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EL PASO HERALD
12 x Monday, November 25, 1912
The CaUSaer Department Store Co., Inc.
Tuesday's Extra Special Economies, As Featured
In the Big "Make Room" Sale
Wooiea's Evening Costumes at One
Half Price !
This reduction applies to all costumes regularly
marked at $50.00 and up. One-Half Price.
All Trimmed and Walking Hats at
One-Half Price !
This reduction applies to every hat in the store,
either -women's, misses' or children's Half Price.
Another Big Gathering of Dress
es at $11.9
.Women's Dresses really beautiful models in fine all wool
serges, corduroys and fancy materials, in a wide choice of
colors richly ornamented these Dresses, in a regular
way, should be $18.00 and $20.00.
Flannelette Ximoaos $2Q
Regularly worth $1-00 and OJC
$1.25 In dark or light oolore all
shades, with neat and pretty trim
mings. 2nd floor S to 11 a. m. only.
Women's All Over Aprons jq
With cap to match 07C
2nd floor & la 11 a. m. only.
Women's Fleeced Kimonos EQ
In pretty patterns and eeJors.Oc C
Baseme t -8 to 11 a. m. only.
Children's Gingham and
2nd Floor 11 to 2 p. m
Women's Sweater Coats
Just like the picture.
in grey only all wool with roll col
lar and two rows of large pearl but
tons regularly marked "at $2.95.
2nd Floor S to 11 a. m. only.
$1.25 and $1.50 Union Suits
In white for women.
2nd Floor 8 to 11 a. m.
Percale Hesse Dresses
In neat designs, percale.
Basement 8 to 11 a. :
Ml'::::- Sb:WA.?N 1
OS'S li5US"lITc' Ifn n9
(LL''tfP'i&l'n)' si'? uH
TYPES THAT Pi
International Livestock Ex
position Will Give
Prizes of $75,000!
Boys' Indian Suits, at
two very special prices
and values $1.25 and
Worth to $2.50
$2.50 Messaline Silk Petticoats All
shades 2nd Floor g -a Wg
11 to 2 p. m : $ I .DO
aii $1 .50 Bov's :Fine ?ats at two
very special prices 48c
and 98c. Values are
Cattle From Thh State Betas Sent te
Brazil Fattening; Beeves en Cot
tonseed In Texas.
Chicago. 111., Nov. 25. "Under the
pur of high prices for market and
Breeding animals," says a Chicago
packer "Texas stockmen claim that a
bit: revival has begun in livestock
raising in tnat state. When a few
: ears ago prices were lower and large
Tanches were being broken up for
home tracts, a decline was predicted In
stockraising. but since that time more
intense methods have been evolved in
that state in feeding methods.
"'A late dispatch from Georgetown.
Tex., says that about 1200 beeves are
being put on cotton seed products to
be fattened for northern markets. Ani
mal breeders throughout the state are
reducing range acreage per animal and
taxing up witn various supplementary
feeds, thus changing the old time
W.000 acre Texas range to something
more on the order of the city dooryard
"Meat products and breeding stock
are now high in all the leading coun
tries. An Alberta, Canada, man lately
marketed 800 head of Alberta beef
steers for which fee received $80,000.
Soup meat in Germany has been 34c
a pound, whole beef tenderloin, 36c;
pork chops, 29c; leg of lamb. 27c
Prices in many cities of this country
have been higher, comparatively, than
In other countries.
"During the past summer 1000 breed
ing cattle were sent from Texas to
Brazil, and there seems to be favorable
opportunities for further shipments
from that state, the first consign
ment having proved favorable, and
were pronounced in splendid condi
tion a short time after arrival.
"Receipts at Fort Worth have been
larger than last year except in hogs,
and it is believed that under supple
mentary feeding and intense methods,
receipts of Texas stock will continue
larger, both at Fort Worth and Chi
"Notwithstanding the increased' sale
qf automobile vehicles, the demand for
high grade horses and mules continues
strong. Representatives of the Italian
and Venezuelan armies were in New
York recently for the purchase of army"!
norses tor tneir respective countries,
while good draught horses and mules
seem to be in good demand everywhere,
affording the American farmer excel
lent opportunities for breeding, both as
to stock and horses."
the border only after dipping. If cat
tle from southern Mexico are dipped
before being brought into Sonora they
may be placed on a range in Sonora for
six months, and then submitted to ex
amination and if found to be free from
ticks and fever, may be dipped at the
border and exported.
MADE AT PORT DAVIS
Fort Iavis. Tex, Nov. 25. J. C.
Powell, of Fort Davis, has shipped
1100 head of big steers from Valen
tine. The price was $50 per head.
E. H. Fowlks has shipped two cars
of cows from Marfa.
.J. A. Pruitt has bought 1428 head of
stock cattle from Mr. Cameron, of El
Paso. They will be pastured near El
Paso for awhile.
W. D. Walston. of Menard, was here
this week looking for grass for his
Bryan Cartwright has shipped sev
eral carloads of cattle from Marfa this
EL PASOANS BUY
BIG MOVEMENT IS ON FROJI
PLAINS COUNTRY RANCHES
Plainview, Tex., Nor. 25. There is
considerable movement of beef cattle
from the ranches to the west and the
breaks east of Plainview to Fort Worth
and Kansas City markets the past few
weeks. As the range is good and feed
fairly cheap, the remaining stock
should winter well.
David and Robt. Tudor have shipped
a car of fat hogs and a car of
sheep, and Joe Keliehor a car of fat
hogs to the Fort Worth market the
past week. Charles Saigling has bought
seven cars of young mules from Colo-,
rado City parties. These were deliv
ered this week, making a total of 500
mules on the Saigling stock farm. Mr.
Saigling says that there Is more pro
fit in raising mules than" in any other
industry pursued in this section.
John DcMau to Ship 5000 Head From
Naco to Los Angeles; Big; Dipping
Tank to be Built.
Naco, Arit, Nov. 25. John Degnau,
an El Paso cattle buyer, has pur
chased 5000 head of cattle from the Can
anea Cattle company, and will be
shipped immediately, two train loads
already having been shipped, one to
Los Angeles. Cal., and one to St Joseph,
Mo. The balance will be shipped in
the next ten days, going to Kansas
WW. Mo. They are all for immediate
slaughter and in prime condition.
E. A. Folsom states that he has the
contract for the immediate building of
a large cattle dipping tank at this
point, and that the stock yards-are to
be rebuilt at once.
The dipping tank and adjuncts-.are
to be built of concrete, iron and red
wood,, and will be close to the inter
national line and just west of the
stock yards: Naco is the easier way
out of much of the Sonora cattle
ranges into the United States, and al
ready several thousand steers axe
headed for this port. This necessi
tates the immediate building of the
Chicago, 111., Jtsv.SS.- The Interna
tional Livestock exposition or 1912,
which will be held at the Union stock
yards here November SO to December 7,
promises to be the best show the expo
sition company has yet held.
Prizes to the aggregate value of
$75,000 will be offered" and this has in
duced a more extensive and versatile
entry than has ever been made for
any previous show. Every breed of
cattle, sheep, swine and horses has
been entered from every part of the
country, and the-.ftiterest the breeders
and feedeis are taking in the forth
coming exposition Is unprecedented.
J,he day of tne inferior animal. the
slow feeder and tas& jnofley getter is
passed. Stockineftare now breeding
for types which yieJS the best results
In the shortest possible time.
Styles Hare Changed.
Styles in livestock have changed
just as have styles in dress and other
things. Along wjfh intensive farming
has come intensive livestock breeding
and feeding. By the application of
scientific principles the steer, the
sheep ar-d the swine has become a
more efficient animal. He grows to
maturity and becomes J&t in half the
timer aequired by tts plebian ancestors;
But there ar many 'Hx&ftpck breeders
who are -yel ignorant' tfETiow to pro
duce theae-resujts and on&'of the prime
objects of the. exposition is to show
them how it is done.
The importance of this annual expo
sition was emphasized by" Eugene Dav
enport in a recent interview.
"It is a mistake to - suppose," said
Mr. Davenport, "that the promotion of
agricuture interests affects onlv
farmers. The truth of the matter is
that other people are more interested
and mor affected by agricultural pro
gress than are- the -farmers them
selves. Along the line 'of livestock
husbandry the" greatest" public need is
that the- common man. should njoy
good animal, prodittft tta- reasonable
price. It is a simple proposition when
reduced to-"its lowest teraig, but to se
cure these products at al reasonable
price means that every man specializ
ing in livestock must employ every de-
ice Known, ana discover many more
not known to improve the quality of
his product as well as to lessen the
cost of production. To this end no
single agency bears greater results
than the bringing together each year
at the International livestock exposi-
spei-imens - ot me , Best cattle,
been able to produce'. Not only
Acts directly and peculiarly
on the blood; purines, enriches
and revitalizes it, and in this
j" way builds up the whole sys
tem, lake it. iet it toaay.
. In usual liquid form or In chocolate
coated tablets called Sarsatabs.
DRUG STORE FOR
ALTA VISTA SECTION
Women's Clubs Have Been a
Boon to Women
One of their cardinal principles is to beautify the home, and one
of the easiest ways to do it is to buy a gallon of Imperial Paint and a
Rubberset brush, and get the young folks busy with them in painting up
the woodwork. It is sanitary, and is a preservative.
Tuffle Paint and Glass Co.
2(0-212 N. STANTON
horses, hogs and sheep that' the "world
has been ahl in nMulniia' r. a.1m
farmers,' but men in all kinds of busi
ness enterprise in the country should
support and attend the exposition."
PECOS MAN SELLS HIS
-CATTLE TO ODBSSA DEALER
Pecos, Tex., Nov. 55: Henry Avant
shipped -451 calves and 108 steers. The
price for calves t. o. tK Pecos, was 16
per head and- he received S32 around
for steers. These cattle were Sold ta
Mr. Graham of Odessa, Tex.
GILXORG BUYS CATTLE
FROM RUIDOSO RANCHMEN
Ruidoso. N. M.. Nov. 23. Watt Gil
more, of Alto, is here buying cattle.
F. M. Miler. of Gleaooe. Is here, look
ing after some cattla.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
HaTc yOH failed to order that Thanks
giving suit or overcoat If so. and
should be in need of" a nice tailor made
suit, jhst call and see those uncalled
for garments at Pearson's, 110 Texas.
Ground In l'urebnseil and Work Will
Start Soon New Bungalow Is
Started Residence Sold.
Alta Vista is to have a drug store.
The site has been purchased, -which is
next to C. H. Gimbel's grocery, just
I opposite the new Alta Vista school. The
building will be erected at once.
A. J. W. Schmid -has commenced 1
building a tnree-room bungalow in
Government Hill, which he and family
will occupy as a home when completed.
N. E. Carter has sold to A. H. Due
derstadt the four room house in block
84 East El Paso, for $950. Hawkins
Bros, made the sale. This house is in
the Alta Vista school district. Values
in this section are increasing rapidly,
Mr. Hawkins reports.
More EnngaleY for Alta Vista.
Newbrough Realty company will
start-"-work this week on three four
room bungalows in Alta Vista. The
bumgaiows will be is the California,
style' -eith mission interior finishing,
and " will cost about $1,900 apiece.
Brick will be the material used in the
construction. The houses will be built
on Douglas and Gramma streets, in
The same firm will build, for Mrs.
Laura J. Bond four four room bunga
lows in block 114, Alta Vista, on
Clifton and Hueco streets. These will
also be of the California type with
mission interiors. .,
Six llld for College-Baildlacic. -
Six contractors entered -bids Satur- I
day afternoon on the group of .four
new buildings for the New . 'Mexico
State Agricultural and Mechanical eel
lege. The contract will be awarded
next Monday. Three o the bidders
were Kl Pasoans, and the others Las
Cruces firms. The buildings are ex
pected to be completed In April, as
work will commence immediately after
the placing of the contract. Trost A
Trost are the architects for the build
ings, which it is estimated, will coat
$50,000. Of the four, the engineering
building will be the most pretentious,
having a 60 foot high tower. It Will be
three stories high and will be about
75 feet square. The Machinery hall
will be 36 by 100 feet, and the Me
chanical laboratory and the ower
house will be one story buildings.
Tsl! These People What You Want
They Will Respond Promptly
Bell 608 & 629.
A. E. RYAN & CO.
OPEN ALL lilGHT. 212 SAW AST0HI0 ST.
LONG WELL'S TRANSFER
AND AUTO GARAGE. PHONE 1
Our equipment is complete Passenger Automobiles. Auto Baggage Trucks,
Hacks, Livery Rigs. Light -.nd heavy hauling. Storage warehouse.
Call ODOM'S TRANSFER
Te haul your baggage or move you. Storage and paekug fey careful rasa.
The Two-Republics Lifelnsurance Comcany
EL PASO, TEXAS .
A. KRAKAUER, President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
C. K. RUSSELL,
Supt. of Agents.
LOUIS ST. J.
Secty. and Genl Mgr.
TO START TUESDAY
Use Domestic -Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Conxtrnettsa AVerk on ratcrurbaa Will
ItegiH as Sooa as Grading Oat-
tttn Come Prom Dallas.
Condemnation proceedings for the
rightofway of the interurban line will
begin Tuesday and construction work
will begin on the line as soon as the
Stone & Webster company can get its
grading outfits here from Dallas.
The franchise will be transferred
from the interurban committee to the
Klectric Railway company at a special
meeting of the committee late this af
ternoon. The transfer will be accom
panied by an agreement on the part of
the company to begin actual construc
tion within days. However, the con
demnation proceedings will begin at
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel, Co-
FAIL TO ARRIVE
Shipment of Cattle From Cananea Cat
tle Company's Rangea te Be Made
Five hundred head of cattle front
Chihuahua, which were expected to ar
rive at Presidio. Texas, today for Im
portation into the United States, have
been delayed. Whether this is due to
rebel activities in the vicinity is not
known. L. E. Cartwright of Marfa,
Texas, is importing the cattle.
Over 1100 head of cattle, frnm th
Cananea Cattle company ranges in
Mexico are expected to be received to
day at Hereford. Ariz. The cattle are
consigned to John Degnau. who will
ship them on to the market in St. Jo
seph and Kansas City.
A'eKOttetea With Keheta.
Charles Hunt, the cattle man, is hav
ing trouble in getting a herd of 30.000
Terrasas steers across the border. The
cattle are wanted by W. A. Wajrgoaer,
of the Imperial valley. CaL Negotia
tions are under way by which it is an
ticipated the rebels will allow the cat
tle to cross.
Ships t Alamegerdo.
The Powder River Cattle company Is
shipping a herd, of 1500 four year old
steers from Artesia. N. M., to Alamo
gordo, where they will be put out at
pasture. In April the herd will be
shipped to the company's ranges in
Montana. The cattle reached El Paso
Sunday night and will be shipped from 1
the Southwestern yards Tuesday morn
JCARKZ MAS PATROL WAGO.V
The Juarez police force has a new
oatrol wagon. It is a "made in 1
Paso" article with screened walls an.l
a door at the back with a patrolman s
step at the rear.
Collector A. ! Sharpe has returned
from Georgetown. Tex., where he has
been on private business.
Use Danesttc Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
20c per Pound
FOLLOW THE CROWD."
Tie Store BeastUnL
GO TO KANSAS CITY
Tucumcari, N. M., Nov. 26. Ship
ments of cattle still continue through
out the 'county, most of the shipments
going to Kansas City, N. V. and
Charles Meeks have shipped one car
load to that city and two cars were
sent out from the San Jon neighbor
hood. It 13 said that cattle, as well as
other stock, have done well in Quay
county this summer and fall, and for
this reason, the land owners over the
county are preparing to enlarge their
herds the coming year. Many are buy
ing a few good Jiead hoping to get Into
the cattle business and this is bein
encouraged, it is said, by owners of
herds. It is a notable fact that every
cattle owner in this vicinity is trying
to better the breed of his stock and is
gradually obtaining Hereford stock as
the best for sale purposes.
Gjuaymas. Sonora. Mex., Nov. 25.
Quarantine on Mexican cattle into the
United States against ticks and Texas
fever is so strict that no cattle at all
will be admitted from the southern
part of the west coast, and cattle from
northern Sonora may be taken across
SHIPS WDLLCOX CATTLB
TO CALIFORNIA RANGE
Willcox, Ariz., Nov. 26. B. E. Rank
in, of Bakersfield, Cal., is here, and
will 'receive a large shipment -of beef
cattle from Johnson and Riggs today,
which he will ship to jCalientes. CaL
Mr. Rankin says that the range cattle
in this vicinity are the finest he has
seen anywhere in this part of the
D. W. Isaacson, of the Hot Springs
ranch, was in -with a shipment of cat
tle on Saturday.
Johnson and Riggs are shipping out
about 50 cars of cattle.
W. A. Fiege made a trip front' his
ranch at Russelville, in his new car
this week. He was accompanied by
H. J. Clifford, a mining man, of John
MOXAHAXS QATTLEMEN ARK
SHIPPING TO FORT WORTH
Monahans, Tex.. Nov. 25. The fol
lowing cattle shipments have been mad
here to the Fort Worth market: Halley
& Lewis, one car cows; J. H. Hogg,
three cars cows; William. Tates, one
car cows. The latter also shipped three
cars to Stanton.
Lee Good, a cattleman of this sec
tion, for the past four years, shipped
his household goods to Putnam and
will follow soon, accompanied by his
family. They intend making their
home at that place.
TAKE IT HOME BY THE BOX!
Improve Teeth, Breath, Appetite,
Digestion Piece by Piece!
buys ?e,eee worth of
. SHEEP AT ROSWBLL
Roswell, N. M-, Nov. 25. F. K. Baker,
a well known sheep feeder an buyer,
of Roodhouse, I1L, has closed several
big deals here that will amount to
$50,000. He bought 7000 wethers from
Will H. Johnson at $4 per head". De
livery to be made January 1; 1700
wethers from Dick Turknett, of Ar
tesia, delivery to be made at Hager
man; 2500 wethers from Frank Bill
ings; 2500 lambs from W. & Williams,
delivery at Hagerman. The shipments
are to be made to Illinois. The last
time this year that Mr. Baker was here
he bought $10,000 worth of sheep.
DRIVES lee CATTLE FROM
GLOBE EO DRIPPIXG SPRINGS
Globe, Ariz.. Nor. 25. William H.
Parks, assisted by 10 men, drove 1000
head of cattle from Globe to Dripping
Springs for grazing. The cattle origi
nally came from Salt river and have
been enroute several days.
SHEBP MEN ARE SKBKIXG
LARGE TRACTS OF LAND
Santa Rosa, N. M.. Nov. 25. Many ap
plications, are being made for the state
selection of lands in this county by
the local stock and sheep men. These
tracts are being applied for in' bodies
ranging from 8,000 to 50.000 acres, and
while it wHl greatly reduce the acre
age available for homestead entry, it
indicates that the live stock industry
of the codnty will continue, though
under changed conditions.
MANY CATTLE SHIPPED
BY ALPINS CATTLE DEALERS
Alpine. Tex Nov. 26. J. A. Pruett
has bought 1400 head of cattle from
the Pittman Cattle- company, of El
A large number of cattle are being
shipped from Alpine this month. An
drew Laird has shipped three cars to ,
North Spur; W. H. Kokernot, two cars
to i-ort worth, cnase Brothers, 18 cars
to Fort Worth, and W. H. Skinner, five
cars to Amarillo.
TAKES SHEEP SHIPMENT
FROM CORONA TO DENVER
Corona, N. M., Nov. 25. Emmet
Davidson has returned from a trip to
Denver, Colo., to which point he ac
companied a shipment of -sheep for
Bert Walmer, recently purchased by
Joe Skinner, from Atkinson, Simpson
Jess Jenkins has shipped two
loads of cattle to Missouri.
VALENTINE CATTLEMEN SHIP
PING TO THE EAST
Valentine, Tex., Nov. 2,5. Jim Powell
and Dick Love have shipped cattle
Means Evans and Jones & Finley
have shipped 50 cars of cattle to east
Harold Mills has moved his steers
recently purchased from Snyder &
Moore to his ranch at Lobo
GETS GOOD PRICE FOR
CATTLE IN KANSAS CITY
Silrer City, N. M., Nov. 25. Davw
Tullock, a prominent cattleman, of
Grant county, has received returns
from a big bunch of yearling steers'
and cowa he shipped some time ago ta
Kansas City. The cows, butcher stock,
netted him $37.50 per head and the
THANKSGIVING DAY. " Take Sunset Heights Car. '
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
SHIPPING CATTLK OUT
OF THE TOYAII VALLEY
Balmorhea, Tex., Nov. 25. McCutch
eon Brothers have shipped out six car
loads of cattle. Cattle are being
shipped out every day.
PARSONS MAN BUYS BUNCH
OF THREE RIVERS GOATS
Parsons, N. M., Nov. 25. G. B. Oreer..
of Parsons, has purchased 1,073 head -of
goats from H. S. Scheffer and
Goodin, of Three Rivers.
SHIPS TO KANSAS CITY.
Rudioso. N. M., Nov. 25. Matt Gil
more has gone to Capitan to assist his
brother. Watt Gilmore, who is ship
ping two carloads of cattle to J. R.
Blackshere at Kansas City.
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