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The Store that Sells "Weeltex,
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Th Store of Service
liigA Grade Tailored Suits
Values To $50.00, Three Days
128 of our high grade tailored suits, val
ves ie $50 XX), are offered for three days
only (Monday, Tuesday and Wednes
day) at $29.85.
The materials are Bedford cords, whipcords, aerges, che
iots, diagonals, broadcloth, eponge, basket doth and nor
elty suitings. Color navy, brown, gray, tan, red, white,
black and fancy mixtures. All the latest Winter styles
are embraced in this remarkable offer -plain tailored
as well as novelty styles. Sizes from 14 to 44. (Special
mention is made of white suits, jn basket, cloth, and
diagonals.) Regular values to a gg rj p
$50.00; Three Day. Sale StJ. 5
$15.00 Silk and Wool
All the new dress styles in serge, Tel
ret corduroy, Bedford cord and silk
charmeuse. Vestee effects, Bobespierre
and yoke collars; lace, braid and button
trimmed. Colors browns, grays, taupe,
navy, red, Copenhagen and black. Full
range -qi sizes up to 44. Values to $15;
special Monday, Tues- ft ft gF
day and Wednesday JKM Jf il
(three days only) m
$1950 Johnny and Full Length
The very lattest Winter styles in "Johnny" and fall
length coats, for motoring and street wear. Come in all
the new coatings both mixtures and plain materials.
Colors browns, grays, navy, red and black. Coats in this
offer represent values to $19.50; ft f 4 ftp
Three Days Special (Monday, Tues- Jfc B 0f0
day and Wednesday only) t ,wv
Items of Special Thanksgiving Interest
r-T IS impossible to itemize the garments and accessories required for the Charity Ball, but we Want to
;mw nn those who have deferred their purchases until now that we can supply all needs nicely.
Th ;mc nnfpA helow are of both General and Thanksgiving interest. We have no hesitancy in saying
that they are the best values for Thanksgiving Week that will be offered locally.
The Store that Sella Weeltex.
AH Our Fine Suits, Afternoon and
Everting Gowns Reduced
ALL ear fine mils, afternoon ani evening
gmmm see no bang offend al greaihf re
duced plica. These garments are all exclusive
styles, and represent the besl efforts of both
Parisian mud American designers. The$ are
jusl such gattaemis as you need for the Thanks
gwwg races and for alitor events of the Winter
-Elie ST8RB THAT SBLLS WOOIPX
Gifts 7b Delight Women
The Store Where You Buy What a Woman Wants For Christmas
T 'HIS season, more than ever before, wilt' "The White House'' be able to supply
gifts most pleasing to women. Christmas is not far off and, though we have
ample stocks and a fall corps of competent salespeople, we advise immediate shop
ping. To accquaint you, in a measure, with our splendid Holiday stocks we have
compiled the following Christmas catalogue. We ask that you read it over carefully,
check the items that interest you and bring it along when you come shopping.
Italian silk underwear
Hand emb. lingerie
Crepe de Chine lingerie
RevMon Freres furs
Parisian Ivory Novelties For Christmas Gifts
PARISIAN ivorv is very fashionable right now and is sure to be an
acceptable gift. Especially for the Holidays, we secured an immense
assortment of Parisian rwry novelties, in white, pink and light blue, and
exquisite hand painted novelties. The following will give you an idea of the
extent and variety of our offerings in Parfeian ivory.
Pin trays '
Toilet water bottles
Infant's eomb and brush
j boxes will be giv
. , free, with all pur
chases intended for gifts;
Articles intended for
Christmas can be pur
chased now and we "will
hold thera for future
delivery. - i , .
Watch the Arcade for
At Prices Ranging From 2Sc to $12.50
TTis Jewelry Section Is Crowded With
f. r Christmas'Npyplties "Y-"'
OUR Jewelry Sectionals, erowed wit dainty novelties that make jftW--liesiidnd
of Christinas gifts. Glariee through the articles emMMsted
below yon will find gift suggestions for almost every one on your list.
Corsage bouquet holders
Parisian nor$ novelties
Silver mesh bags '
French' and wHlor
Evening- hair bands
Sterling silver photo
Silver top salve jars
.Silver top puff jars
Sterling silver toilet sets
Gold mesh bags
Gun metal mesh hags
Silyer -ntesh hags
Silver' com holders
Bar pin sets
Stick pins ;
Brilliant hat pins
Silver almond dishes
La yallieres -
Gold inlaid barwtfte
At Prices Ranging From 10c to $35.00
Z Order Service
Out-of-town people who
cannot come to 1 Paso
to select their gifts fat
person will find our
Christmas Mafl Order
Serviee highly satisfae
iary. We ask, however,
that Christinas mail or
ders he seat in as early
"The White House" will -not-,
be open evenings
previous to Christmas.
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"The Store of Service."
Revillon Freres Furs
.11 remind you that we hade the
exclusive agency in El Paso for
the famous Reoillon Freres furs. We
suggest furs, especially RetMlon Frerqs
furs, as the Christmas gift a Woman will
most appreciate. We haoe a very large
slock of furs, embracing every variety
that is being worn this season., Th&ep
arate pieces range in price from $2.95 to
$100.00; the sets up to $300.00.
Oar Christmas Handkerchief Stock
This season, more than ever befotev TW White
House" is truly El Paso headquarters for Christmas
handkerchiefs. Buying, as we do, m immense quan
tities and placing our orders direct, we are abia to
secwe not only the best possible terms but ihe greatest
possible variety. The following brief kens should he
noted with interest by Christmas shoppers.
All me latest novelties, ranging ia price fro 3c
For hpth men and women; from 5c each up.
Hand Embroidered Handkerchief
Our own importation; priced from 20c to $8.95 cjftsV.
We also direct attention to , our offerings in glass
hemstitched Hnea handkerchiefs, colored, bojefer novel
ties, mourning handkerchiefs, bo$ed haiidfeoicMiifs (3
to 6 in a box), glove handkerchiefs, handkerchiefs
with Armenian lace edge, etc, etc
Bath Robes at $1.95 to $11.50
It's easy to make a satisfactory selec
tion from our big stock of bath robes.
Made of eiderdown, robing and Turkish
toweling in plain colors and fancies.
Full range of sizes. Prices range $1.9
$2.95, $3.95, $4.95, up to $11.50.
SPECIAL NOTE. We suggest a comfortable bath
robo as one of the nicest of all Christmas -gifts.
$19.50 Caracul and Seaktte
Genuine caracul coats, finely marked, fasten with large
fancy frog; have beat satin lining. Also, handsome
ftttOette plush eaata, with huge shawl cellar and wide
euffs, faney enteied satin lining. These coats are regu
lar IUJS9 values; special three days af ? 4 O
only (Monday, Tuesday and Jjj 4eQ)
The- STORK THAT SSLLS WeOKBKP
U ' W sill
With less than a week off to the Charity Ball we
advise early purchasing, otherwise you may be
disappointed in either getting the style, color, or
size you wish. Right now our assortment is ex
tensive and complete.
High Satin Boots, beaded vamps in pink, blue and
white, the most eiegant evening shoe for any
A complete line of Evening Slippers of satin in all
colors, also kid in white, blue and pink, patents
and dull kids $3.00 to$6
Fancy Bows, Pompons and Rhinestone. Orna
ments, a large variety 35 Cents to $6.00
GREATER EL PASO'S
TutLl S GREATEST SHOE STORE
Horse Show Millinery
Our Thanksgiving Millinery Display is by far the
most unusual in El Paso. Our iJew York office
has just forwarded ue a special purchase of mid
season models. They embrace all the arid eeacon
novelties and include some of the very latest
novelties in "Horse Show millinery." Now, under
stand, while these hats will be sold at about One
Half their real worth you will buy the most re
cent arrivals in millinery not undesirable, "picked
over" styles. We are able to make extremely low
prices for the simple reason that our New York
office secured radical concessions on the purchase.
The Hats Offered Include Tarn
O'Shanters, Beavers, Hatters
Plush, Velours, Velvets
GAME FROM YALE
(Continued from page !.
for a kick and the ball was muffed by
Flynn and then ball went to Harvard
on Tale's 18 yard line.
Storer rushed around Tale's left end
and crossed the Tale line at the corner
of the field. The ball was kicked out
In front of the goal posts where Wen
dell made a fair catch and Hardwlck
kicked the goal. Score: Harvard 17;
Flyaa Is Taken From Game.
Pumpelly went in for Philoin. Flynn
kicked off to Hardwlck, who ran the
ball back to Harvard's 33 yard line.
On a fake kick formation Wendell
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EVERYTHING GOOD FOR THANKSGIVING.
Cranberries, 2 qts 25c
Evaporated Figs, 2 lbs. .......... 25c
Dates. 2 lbs 23e
Nuts, all kinds, lb 25e
Plum Pudding, tins. 2 for..25e, 35c, 5e
Cluster Raisins, lb 25c
Sfded Raisins, 2 pkgs 25c
Currants, 2 pkgs 25e
Lemon Peel, lb ........25c
Citron, lb 3Cc
New Apple Butter, S lbs. 25c
Smj rna Firs. 25c-c lb.; 1 lb. basket 25c
Bananas, dozt n 2e-25c
Orange, dozen 4()c
Chestnuts, lb 25c
Canton Ginger Jars 75c
204-2O6 E. Oterland St.
made 14 yards for a first down In the
center of the field. Markle took
Flynn'8 place and the big sophomore
fullback, whose muff let Harvard score,
was led off the Held In tears.
Felton kicked to Markle on Tale's
14 yard line, where there wa a fair
catch. Pumpelly kicked to Hardwlck
on Harvard's 46 yard line.
Hardwlck made three yards around
left. Dyer went In for Cornell at
Sig Gala on Forward Pass.
Hardwick dropped the ball on the
next rush and Spalding picked it up
and took it to the Crimson 47 yard line.
There Brickley caught a forward pass
and carried the ball to Tale's 22 yard
Brickley carried the ball to Tale's 19
yard line and then dropped back for a
field goal, standing on Tale's 31 yard
line. Instead Gardner made a forward
pass over the Tale line to Felton. It
was Harvard's ball on Tale's two yard
L. 'ekl'v dropped tm"! to thv IS aid
line and easilj made his second field j
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"The Store of Service'
?oal, making the score: Harvard 2;
Markle kicked to Wendell on Har
vard's 10 yard line. The ball w
run back M yards. Felton kicked on
the first down but Dyer muffed the
ball but recovered It. The period
ended with the ball- lit Tale's posses
sion on their 8 yard line. Score:
Harvard. 20; Tate. 0.
Sheldon Relieves Botnelster.
When play was resumed In the
fourth period Sheldon went in again
The Blue made 26 yards in five
downs. Then Markle gathered In three
yards for a first down on Harvard's
47 yard line. Pumpelly crashed
through for two yards, but a wing
shift failed to work. There was a
Blue loss of four yards.
Tale then tried a forward pass- but
Harvard put the ball on the Crimson
36 yard line. Felton Immediately
kicked to Wheeler on Tale's 29 yard
Yale Loses On Fake Kick.
There was another muff by Wheeler
but the ball was recovered. On a
fake kick formation Wheeler made a
Pumpelly, on another fake kick, lost
a yard. Pumpelly, on a third fake kick
formation, lost 10 yards more. The
ball was In Tale's possession on her
Harvard was off-side and Yale gained
five yards. Pumpelly went through a
big hole in center for seven yards.
Captain Spalding made a first down
on a wing shift. Markle then made IS
yards on a pretty dodging run through
Pumpelly made three yards more.
Spalding made four yards. The ball
was on Harvard's 45-yard line. Baker
went in for Markle: On a quarterback
run, Wheeler made a first down on
Harvard's 37-yard line.
Spalding made three yards and Pum
Yale Held on Eight Yard Liae.
Pumpelly went through a big hole in
center and placed the ball on the
Crimson 20-yard line. Spalding car
ried the hall to the 18-yard line and
then Raker went a first down on the j
'li'i, w.n s l6-ard line
Spalding placed the ball on, next rush
on Harvard's 10-yard line. Pumpelly
gained a yard. It was not sufficient
to make the distance and the ball went
to Harvard on her eight-yard line.
Tale made a pretty double pass, the
second one being to Wheeler, and made
a first down on Harvard's 18-yard line.
Pumpelly, standing on Harvard's 35
yard line, was waiting for the pass to
attempt a field goal, when the whistle
blew, ending the game.
Carving Sets Fer Thanksgiving.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
FOR GEN. CAMPA
(Continued from page 1.)
a division of Gen. Pascual Orozco's
army of Mexican rebels, for a writ of
habeas corpus. The ease will probably
be called on Monday.
Campa was arrested September 14,
last, after throwing up his job as a
rebel leader and -quitting Mexico.
He has been confined in jail at Tuc
son since no charges having been filed
against him by the Mexican government.
THERE is nothing more at-
tractive in society than
br-.utiful gems. Nothing points
out your position in the world
more than the wearing of dia
monds. If you are anxious to
get into the best set, why just
come in and choose your own
setting, we have diamond rings,
brooches, pins, diamond set
watch cases, etc., at prices that
place them within your reach.
W. To Hixson Company
Wholesale, Retail and Mfg. Jewelers
El Paso Texas
GOV. GONZALES ASKS
FOR 10,000 TROOPS
Laredo, Tex.. Nov. 23. Gov Abram
Gonzales, of the state of Chihuahua.
Mei., has appealed to the Mexican gov
ernment to send 10.000 troops into that
state to suppress the rebellion, which
has broken out afresh, according to
irformation from reliable sources.
Until recently, conditions in Chihua
hua were declared improved.
The new impetus given the revolu
tion is said to be due largely to the
efforts of Pascual Oroico jr.
TILES CIRED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Tour druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Pro
truding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 5Cc
I ie DoracMic C5f
Southwestern Fuel Co.
3H DISTRICT COURT.
A, M. Walthall, Freiiaine.
Andres Galindo, charged with seduc
tion; on 'trial.
Freeman et al. vs. McCamy et al., tres
pass to try title suit; judgment for de
fendant. A. S. Mahoney vs. Mrs. J. W. Mahoney,
suit for divorce; filed.
0. 0. Smith vs. Texas Candalilla Wax
company, suit for rent and foreclosure
of hen; filed.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
Dan X. Jackson, Presidrng.
William Walker vs. El Paso & South
western Railway company, suit for dam
ages for $25,006 for personal injuries; on
A. S. J. Xylar, Presiding.
W. N. Carl vs. J. M. Ascarate, suit
to recover commissions in sum of $225;
verdict for defendant.
Guadalupe Veloe vs. the Texas com
pany, suit for damages for $400; on
Carl Robinson, Frank Howard and
Frank Curmon, alias Cameron, charged
with theft under $S0; pleaded guilty and
given 30 days each.
E. B. McCbntock, Presiding.
M. B. Shautz vs. John Brunner, suit for
Gem Electric company et al. vs. Model
Laundrv company, snit for $45: filed.
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
Y. T. Riley, charged with malicious i
mischief; fined $6 and eoate.
Krakauer, Zorfc & Moye vs. Union
Bank and Trusf company, garnishment
Ed. Marsh vs. Ahrino Bueno, suit for
rent for $37.50; filed.
Albert Coekreli, charged with exceed
ing tne speed limit; complaint filed.
Use Semestte Cebe.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Ante Per Mire.
Phone No, 1 for LongwelTs big anto;
cheap, safe and fast
Oar more open Saturday evening
until 9 oclock.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St.
for automobile carry you anywhere in
the city fast, safe carcost is verv
among remedies for aliments of
the Stomach, Liver and Bowels is
It has been in the "contest" for
09 yearn and has helped thou
sands back to health. Try a bortle