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Saturday, Nov. 23, 1912
Tonight and Monday We Go Into the Home-Stretch of the Fourth Week of the
EL PASO HERALD
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AND MAKING 1 ONIGHT AND MONDA Y A STRONG FINISH
We realize, fully, that we will have to "Go Some" to beat Saturday's. It can be done; we are going to do it, we have made all the preparations to do it
You Come Here Tonight and Monday-'-Everyday is Going to Have Keen Interest for You
Giving you a big, generous response to your common sense economy ideals.. You take our word for it 'twill be well worth your time and worth a LOT MORE than the little prices on many;
things you will buy.
The Ridiculously Low Prices on Entire Stock wil
Note a few of the Offerings that will make Tonight and Monday the Greatest Clothing Day of El Paso's history to date from your view as well as the merchants.
Shoes . .MMi'.FnllAWnitM-IImlflrwpar HatS
Cahtc6,sro d A 1 & Dr. Wright's Spring Needle and Heece Underwear; reg- 170 &t& 1 GT H-&1X V-lft"
iand Acid Test of the Strictest Comparison
Men's and Youhts'
Fine Tailored New Fall and Winter
Suits, in all the prevailing mater
ials, shades and styles
regular $15.00 and $17.50 values, ft Q"
all go at
Regular $12.60 and $16.00 rahies, rf fJC
1 lot of 200 Suite wortk up to $15- ? AH
AH Packard and Dr Heed's Cushion Sole
M Shoes; regular $5.50 Values, go QA f fi
jJ jT JL J
Regular $4.5 values go
1 Jot of Shoes worth up,t $3.00 d " C
go at ' ....... A
Begular $3.00 values go d1 Cf
Regular $4.50 and $6.00 values go d Qi"
Dr. Wright's Spring Needle and Fleece Underwear; reg- JQ
ular values $1-25, go at flOC
Men's Fine Ribbed Union Suits; regular $1.26 values, of
Dr. Wright's Sanitary Union Suits; regular $8.00 dQ -o
and $3.50, go at PG.JLO
Men's Fine Shirts, Red Seal, union made, railroad 7Q
shirts; $1.25 value, go at '. jOC
Hall Mark Brand Dress Shirts; regular $2.00 value, h -3 IP
go at ..... P. IO
Ides, Silver and Gold Brand Dress Shirts; regular $1.35 JC-
and $L50 value, go at O O C
Heavy Flannel Shirts; .regular $1.50 and $2.00 value, t -S -J C
Men's Fancy Neckwear, Hosiery, Suspenders,
Sweater Coats and Vests, Fancy Vests and
Gloves all go at extremely low prices.
OnalUdhn B. Stetson Hate. 1 Jot $f nj
of Hate; regular $3.00 value, go at 3
Pajamas and Night
Flannel Pajamas; regular $3.00 4 -I Q
value, at J? 1 A 7
Regular $1.36 values
Night Gowns; regular $L00 values, CQ
Men's and Youths'
all of this year's models,
in all the latest shades & materials,
with plain or reversibfe eoDars; d - s JE
regular $17J0 vataes, all go &tP 1 U.OO
Regular $1540 vahws, a ga 17 r
fit? I JJ
79c r "
Begular $1&M vaJuee, a ge
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Again We Say, Come Today, Look at Our Windows Come Into Our StoreSee the Prices Tickets All Over the Store All Marked In Plain Figures simpliying
this great event so you can actually wait on yourself.
Come Monday Come Tonight this is your Greatest Opportunity to Buy Your Suits, Overcoats, Hats or Furnishings and Save One-Half of the Regular Price,
Store Open Saturday
Until 1 1 P. M.
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Clifford J. Halpern
Texas & Pacific tratn No, B, from
the east, dne at 9:05 p. m, is reported
to arrive at 10:35 p. m. All other
afternoon and night trains are report
ed on time for Saturday.
Dr. K. M. KatUff, dentist, Sue to Drs.
Paget & Ratllff. 204-5-6, Caplea Bldg.
"Working Ob Bead Issae.
City clerk C. W. Fassett is engaged
in preparing the transcript of the
ceedings corering the $400,000 munici
pal bond issue, whlda, when com
pleted, will be forwarded to the attor
ney general at Austin, Texas, for his
Prompt Haek Service.
Pomeroy"s hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Germaa Oa Chain Gang.
Joe Gorman, the prize fighter who
was fined J12S Friday by judge Adrian
Pool, of the corporation court, just De
fore joining the chain gang, donned
his training clothes. Gorman told the
..lliui that tn tiari 1lMn 2irrSttAf? be-
IV11W vim,. .... ....... -
fore but this was the first time that
he wag without the money to pay his
fine. Mrs. Gorman left Friday night
en route to Dallas, Texas.
Dr. ReMssen, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Kfcert, Dentist. 2i6-218 Mills Bldg.
Escapes From Chain Gang.
OliTer Cass, alias. Rabbit, a negro,
escaped Saturday morning from the
city chain gang. Cass was fined $200
some time ago by judge Adrian Pool,
of the corporation courv, on a charge
Ante ambalasee. Peak Undertaking Co.
Trans 'Was BarBlag.
The central fire company was called
out Friday afternoon at 3:30 oclock to
respond to an alarm which was turned
in for a trash fire that originated in
the rear of a, residence on West Boule
vard, between Oregon and Santa Fe
streets. There was no damage.
Needing clauses! See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Harvester Dcfeace Scores Point.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 23. Counsel for
the International Harvester company
scored on one of the government 6 wit
nesses at the hearings in the federal
suit to dissolve the Harvester com-
I EXTRA SPECIAL I
Quarter Sawed Golden Oak Dining Chairs,
genuine leather seat, an unusually hand- I
some chair, well worth $2.50, special
And Here's Another
? 1 S cslirl alr f'iuir nnlslan naU hnun cstliW S
p la.' twxiv wtiw msii VTW2a uaft iuiuii i 7sint
or cobbkr seat Special one week,
$1.75 Sewing Rocker, golden oak finish, special $1.45
Young's EI Paso Furniture Co.
"BUY FROM YOUNG & BUY FOR -LESS"
307 S. EI Paso St. Phoae 835-M.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Write for Catalog
pany. Paul D- Middlekuff, president
of the Acme Harvestiag Machine com
pany, of Peoria, 111., said to be one of
the chief competitors of the alleged
trust, admitted under cross-examination
that the output of his company
had increased steadily for the last
To On easterners.
When our phone. No. 36, is busy,
please call SIC
Held Bros., Coal aad Wood.
Three Plead Gallty.
Carl Robinson,' Frank Howard and
Frank Curom, alias Cameron, pleaded
guilty Saturday morning in the county
conrt to a charge Of theft under $50.
The defendants were arrested some
time ago by the -city .detective.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
M.. and will open a grocery store l the judge and court officials pulled him
there soon. A bank for Columbus is
being organized and it is expected to
hafr'e the institution open for business
on January 1.
Per boHKe wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
The interurban committee is now in
telegraphic communication with the
Stone Webster offices In Boston re
garding the terms of the franchise
transfer and it is probable that the
formal 'transfer will be made Monday.
ilesicsa Herald on Sale
at "Ward's Pharmacy, in "ESI Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Maaonlc Cornerstone Taylag.
A meeting of the Masonic temple
cornerstone committee -will be held
Sunday to arrange the program for
the cornerstone laying Thanksgiving
Sr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Meaa Ave.
Columbus Is UqoisIijk.
Klliott ft White are building a
brick stone building at Columbus, N.
, . e.
Mr. Dyspeptic, you can
now eat foods that here
tofore your weak stomach
would not digest.
Simply see that all your food is
Lard, which k primarily a vege
Frying foods do not absorb -Crush.
Anybody can eat "dry"
fried Crusto potatoes, doughnuts,
OH CS pany
MiHslag HsMbaad In Saleen.
Harry Taylor, who became lost from
his wife and two small children Wed
nesday, when he ivent out to search
for rooms, was found Friday after
noon, it is stated, in a saloon on Texas
street, his clothes almost torn off. The
Associated Charities, which has been
caring for Mrs. Taylor and children,
reported the circumstances to the 'po
Dr. Anaa Ream, Buckler Bldg.
nlicy ItHrai Mall Ronte.
Rural route No. 1 is to be established
down the val'ey. Superintendent of
mails C. C. Gioson has prepared a pe
tition for the new rural route and
as soon as it is signed by 100 prop
erty owners, who are valley residents,
the petition will be forwarded to
Washington. The rural1 route will
serve the valley road from J51 Paso to
within one mile of Ysleta.
Dr. Xettle Sattcrlee, osteopath, SOS
American Bank Bldg, phone 141.
"Wasted To Million.
A Mexican entered the 1 Paso
Bank & Trust company Saturday
morning and politely requested $2,000.
000, offering a receipt In full and a
promise of interest from date. The
Black Maria was telephoned for and
the man locked np at the police station.
off the prostrate attorney.
Dr. PreBthm, diseases of stomach. In.
testines, liver, 51S Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Jamleaop, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 6.18 Stills Bldg
Mark Graven ef Confederates.
Washington, D- C. Nov. 23. The
work of 'the government in marking
with headstones the last resting place
of all confederate soldiers or sailors
who died in northern prisons and were
burled nearby, baa been completed.
The graves of 22,401 confederate dead
have been located.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach. In
testines, metabolism. 403-4 Roberts
Gem Rieetrle Co.. 641 San Antonio St
Attempt te "Wreck Czar's Train.
London, Bug., Nov. 23. A dispatch
from St Petersburg says an unsuccess
ful attempt was made last Monday to
wreck the train on which emperor
Nioaolaa and members of the Busaian
imperial family were returning from
Spala to Tsarskoe-Selo by tearing up
the rails near Koalowa-Ruda.
Dr. Jones, feat specialist. Mills Bldg:
Dr. Bryan, dentist 107 EI Paso street
Sues Standard for Damages.
Findlay, O., Nov. 23. In a suit filed
here F. H. Adams, jr., alleges that for
30 years he has lost 32 on every barrel
of oil he has produced because the
Standard Oil company has eontroled the
price of oil. He asks S1B0.000 damages
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Ce 11 N. Stanton St Both phones.
MHddled Her Clothes.
W. T. Riley, who was before justice
of the peace James J. Murphy Friday
afternoon on a charge of malicious
mischief, was fined $6 and costs. Tt
was alleged that the defendant, fol
lowing a dispute with Joseflna Por
tillo, a tenant pulled down a clothes
line in her yard to which were at
tached a number of clothes that had
just been washed.
Prompt Transfer -Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack and
freight transfer, call Pomeroy's El Paso
Transfer, phone 2444.
Sacs For Auto Accident.
The ease of Guadelupe Telos vs The
Texas company, went to trial Satur
day morning before a jury in the
county court The plaintiff Is suing
for 3800, alleged to be the amount of
damages he sustained by reason of
an automobile of the defendant com
pany running into a wagon which he
Dr. A. T. Still OMteopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street
We have installed several thousand
refrigeration plants in all parts of the
country and want live agents through
Texas to represent us and take care of
our interests. There is In our offer an
opportunity for a phenomenal business.
Write us at once ,as to your experience
and business ability as well as about
your mechanical training. Western
Office, Brunswick Co, 1108 W. P.
Story Bldg.. Los Angeles, Cal. Adv.
from the three Ohio companies for the
ruin of his business.
Staart makes good fotos.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Puel Co.
Three-Ught electric showers at the
Texas Bleosrieal Supply Co.. $T.5s,
"Qnallrr Mease," 118 X. Stanton St,
Texas Kleetrteal Sapnly Co.
Join 'Wright's Pressing olab.
AMERICAN BUXLDETG CO.
OF El, PASO INCORPORATED
Austin.-Texas, Nov. 33. The Ameri
can Building company, of El Paso, capi
tal stock 3300,000, was chartered today.
Its purpose Is the erection and repair of
buildings and loan of money. The in
corporators are W.' L. Teeley, H. B.
Stevens, J. J. Mundy, J. M. Goggin and
W. H. Bucges.
Two-light electric showers. 3S.00, st
the Texas Meetrfeal Sapply Co, "Qual
ity House," US N Stanton St.
Books of Fiction
BY H. G. WSLLS-
BY GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER.
TBDB MAJs m THE OPEN
BY SOGER POOOCS.
THE SION" AT &E&
BY STEWART EDWARD WHOT.
THE PLAGE OF HONEYMOON
BY HAROLD MACGRATH.
WHERE THERE'S A W3UJ
BY MARY ROBERTS RDfEHART.
THE sSDLAM)ERS .
BYaHARLES TENNEY JACKBOOT.
THE SECRET OF LONESOME COTE
BY SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS.
THE. MASTER OE MYSTERIES
THE ONE-WAY TRAIL
BY RIDGWELL CULLUM.
Miner Hangs Self In Jail.
Butte, Mont, Nov. 23. Daniel Ryan,
a miner, hung himself with so little
disturbance In the city jail that his
cellmate, who was reading a magazine
knew nothing of the suicide until he
looked up and found Ryan's dead body
swinging at his elbow. Ryan attached,
a bit of wire to his neck and' to the
bars of the window.
Dr. J. H. PnKPt, dentist, 501-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldg., phone 1650.
Pummels I.nvryer In Court.
Fort Collins, Colo.. Nov. 23. W. C
Minei. a farmer, followed up a verbal
attack in which he used strong lan
guage, with the use cf his fists, upon
attonri raul W Tpe in the counH
'"!'' In n Mir i . kn ji-kt-d L,ee ilnw n
ad vwb pi.ocei.uink 1,0 pound him niii
To Sufferers From
Tour attention Is Invited to an Eng
lish Remedy for tuberculosis which for
sometime has been used in Europe with
wonderful success, its claims nave been
investigated and -are vouched for by
reputable authorities and the benefits
derived by its users are little short of
is prescribed fey English physicians.
It costs nothing to Investigate and It
-ertainly will well repay suffereia from
tuberculosis, in any form, to do so.
Address inquiries to Chas. H. Stevens,
pare The Herald. Adv.
BY ALBERT PAYSON TERHTJNE.
Curran's Book Store
Mar Chew, Proprietor.
will open Sunday, November 3rd. a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
"!riH Kntrance through main dining
Ours are grown on OWN ROOTS. The
kind yon are NOT ASHAMED TO
PLANT in your front ard. They do sot
run into wild roses.
We replace Free any which fail to grow
WE PAY THE EXPRESS
And charge you no more than if you Hved next door neighbor to us.
We guarantee to be the LARGEST GROWERS of ever blooming roses in
the world. Our photo, illustrated catalogue tells you all nbout it, free if
you own a home. Liberal inducements for CLUB ORDERS.
CALIFORNIA ROSE COMPANY, Poo,CaL
LOS ANGELES COUNTY.