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f There's a Gift suggestion here for every member of the family--appropriate gifts too,
of the most practical kind, for Mamma, Papa, Husband, Wife, Sweetheart, Sister,
Brother Tomboy, Hopdehoy and Baby a gift to make them happy at a price to,
please you too!
WE WOULD SUGGEST FOR PAPA A Silk Umbrella an "Auto Strop"
Safety Razor a Smoking Table a Reading Lamp a nice Suit Case or Bag-
pair of Gloves, Auto or Dress, a couple of Ties, a half dozen pairs of Phoenix Guaran
teed Hose a Stick Pin and Cuff Button set
FOR MAMMA A set of Furs a Silk Kimono or Tea Gown a Silk Petticoat, a
Silk Crochet Shawl, a Sweater, a pair of Gloves, Silk Hosiery a dress pattern a
chiffon or tailored Waist a sewing chair or table, a cedar chest a Rug Art Lamp,
a linen table set or best of all a "Calisher" Merchandise Certificate for any
amount you desire, and let her choose She'll know how to use it.
AND FOR THE REST Well, it's just out of the question to tell of half
the things here that would make any one's heart beat with rapture, for this
is a veritable fairy land with hundreds or appropriate girt
things peeping at you wherever you turn.
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cially priced at 65c,
75c and 98c.
$130 LEATHER HAND BAGS QO
Xmas Special Price tOC
In goat sea! Walrus, with gun metal, silver
and fancy frames in a splendid choice of de
sired styles 9Sc
Toyland Is Prepared for the Com
ing of Santa Ctaus Saturday Morn
ing, Dec. 6, at 10 a. m.
Santa, in his sleigh, with "Dancer & Prancer," his two Rein
deers, will meet the hoys and girls at the northwest corner
of Library Square, at 10 a. m., and proceed direct to
"Calishers" distributing toys and candy to all good children
on the way at "Calisher's," Mamma and Papa Santa Claus
will hold daily receptions, receiving and 'answering letters to
all the hoys and girls who do just what their mothers tell
them to do so we think it well to have your letters pre
pared for him.
borders in col
ors 3 in box,
$1.00 NOVELTY JEWELRY j- jx
Xmas Special Price OL'C
Bar pins, collar, beauty and belt pins- cuff
links and La Vallieres, with seed pearl rhine
stone. settings or gold top and silver finish.
LONG AND SHORT
Handsome gilt, silvered, gunmetai
and pearl chains, with pearl and
stone setting. " JVQ-
Special at JO C
FRENCH IVORY TOILET SETS
-:In cases seba from 3 to S
RICH MANICURING SETS ki
ivory, ebony and. sterling, 3 toU.
pieces to the set, in handsome
$1.25 to $11.95
DES-i. "WRITING. SETS 5 to 9
pjece sets, in brass' or French ivory-?
with blotters in colors to suit,
$2.95 t0 $13.75
LEATHlut COLLAR BAGS In
black, tan or grey, in real leather
or leatheroid and suede, at
50c to $1.50
35c BOX STATIONERY 25c
Royal Fabric and Van Court linen,
50 and " 60 sheets paper and en
velopes to the ' '5C!f
HJJDNTJ'JL'S TOILET "WATERS
Fancy boxes, all rj
HTJ2NTJTS AND RICZSECKER'S
FINE PERFUMES In fancy
FRENCH IVORY NOVELTIES
25c m up to $3.75
Most acceptable Xmas gifts in
beautiful combs, brushes, mirrors,
trays, powder boxes, hat pin hold
ers, hair pin boxes, hair receivers,
nail buffers, shoe horn, soap boxes,
pin cushions, tie holders and pic
t$S to $7 fiats
"A Good Buy"
The Calisher 'Art Section
Located on First Floor for convenience of our customers Stanton St. Rear.
The Cift Section Par excellence, with the greatest assortments of really
acceptable Xmas gifts gifts that every member of the family will enjoy
sueh as oi'broidered covers, scarfs, pillows, Persian gold emb tapestry scarfs
and covers Real Mandarin center pieces, piano scarfs, lace and embM scarfs
and centers. Baby baskets, work baskets, etc., etc. Among the hundreds of
interesting novelties are: Work boxes, at 25c and up; handkerchief and collar
Lags, at 25c and up; novelty pin cushions, glove boxes, handkerchief boxes,
collar boxes in sets or singly; slipper bags, soiled linen bags, coat hangers
in dainty and attractive cretonne and silk; stenciled and stamped scarfs,
squares and centers, bags, ete etc.
A New Shipment of Royal Society Packages present most desirable hints for
needlework gifts and are shown in a complete assortment of the most desired
Beautiful Silks of the Bet
ter Grades Attractively
FILMY, LUSTROUS An AA
44 in. wide in a full choice of de
sired colors and black a grade that
is usually priced at $2.50.
61.25 NOVELTY DRESS jr
A very special lot in rich colorings
and excellent quality.
satins .. 50c $1.50
A full range of the wanted shades,
emerald, turquok-e, scarlet, orange and
white as well as all staple shades.
27 and 36 in. wide 50c to ?1.50 the
MERCERIZED SILK tf -g Q
EMB'D WAISTS .... P 1 eD
A very special value in white only
all over design, high neck.
-xNEN TAILORED rf -a qp
In pleated styles excellent quality.
$5.00 AND $6.00 CHIF- An qf
fon waists po.JyD
x beautiful styles and colorings.
WOMEN'S BREAK- rfrj j-f
FAST JACKETS .... ,. DU
Crocheted, in white or colors.
So wrote our New York office when
they notified us of this purchase of
just 100 handsome trimmed hats
the imaker is commencing on his
.spring stock that accounts for this
ridiculous price Women's tailored
and trimmed hats of the season's
best models, in a magnificent choice
of shapes, colors and combinations
Hats that were made to sell regularly
at from $5.00 on to $7.50 Come in
now and take .your pick
of the hundred aJ
PHOENLX GUARANTEED HOSE
For women an excellent silk lisle
hose, with high spliced heels, double
sole and toe, and deep garter top
4 pair in a box,
Guaranteed 3 months.
$1.25 SILK HOSE tjf
In black, white or tan a rich silk,
with high spliced heels, double sole
and deep garter hem.
The 5c, 10c and 25c
Counters Will delight you
with the many big values
ON THE 5c COUNTER
Glass drawing board with pictures,
paint boxes, A. B. a blocks, game3,
baseballs, noise makers, horns,
trumpets, whistles, decorated
bucKets, etc etc.
ON THE 10c COUNTER
U. S. mail letter boxes, large spell
ing blocks, big paint boxes, stuffed
white felt animals, tiny town post
office, combination lock banks,
domino sets, games, fish ponds,
lotto, building blocks, tiny town
school, bamboo guns, trumpets,
drums, musical tops and toys,
horns, flutes, etc, etc
ON THE 25c tuUNTKR
Pianos, violins, music boxes, met
alaphones, houses, kitchen sets,
animal block puzzles, large deco
rated building blocks, iron autos,
fire engines, hook and ladder, ex
press wagons, large A. B. C. blocks,
water pistols, pop guns, target
guns, large horns, drums, go carts,
trunks, sword an3 scabbard sets,
clowns, etc, etc, in endless variety.
9 "Economy Basement"
Xmas Shoppers save money easily here. We've about 600 pairs of men's
House Slippers in all styles and leathers, very best grades and no old stock
or out of date styles, but we want to make more room for our regular Base
ment Stock which we are now receiving.
Men's Kid House Slippers in BL c:, Tan, Red, Wine and Green, grades
up to $2.50.
Economy Easement Price $1. 65
Men's High Grade Slippers in Tan & Black, kid lined, hand turned
soles, values to $3.00.
Economy Basement Price $L 95
Odds & Ends of Men's & Women's house slippers, best turned soles,
values to $2.00.
Economy Basement Price' 95c
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases for Xmas Gifts
A most acceptable giftone of these "Calisher" grade suit cases or bags
the quality is assured and the price is modest.
1 1 6 Texas.
ED W. 'VIS IV.
a heavy gold Jewel case, MJss Madge
Jacobs, who was accosted on south
Union avenue near the Mesa junction,
saved her pocketbook and put the man
Dr. Rawllngs has removed to 404 Roberts-Banner
Bldg. Practice limited to
obstetrics and diseases of children.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach, in
testines, metabolism. 463-4 Roberts
Banner building. "
Dr. J. H. Pajret, dentist, 501-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldg.. phone 1650.
Stnart makes good fotos.
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 167 El Paso street.
For Temporary unty. j
Lieut George B. Hunter, 13th cavalry,
will go to Fort Riley for temporary
duty, thence to his proper station.
Dr. Nettle Sottcrlee, osteopth, 413
Mills Bldg., Phone 141.
Gem Electric Co, 601 San Antonio St
Dr. Jamieson, diseases of kidn . s,
bladder, rectum and skin; 018 Mills Bldg
16 IN FIBER tf -a -
W ta leather corners and strong steel
24 IN. BLACK SEAL A- tx j-flk
SUIT CASE tpl&.DU
An extra strong case of rich appear
ance. 24 IN. SOLE LEATH- (f fl f CA
ER CASE . .. tpIl.OU
On heavy steel frame
Trunks of Every Size and Description a t $3.75 Up to $25.00
14 IN. SOLE LEATHER rf0 rP
An excellent grade, reinforced corners,
20 IN. BLACK SEAL Ain fjp
Hand sewed, with strong frame and
24 IN. LEATHEROID nn
A good, strong case.
Dr. Jones, foot apeclallat. Mills Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist 223 Mesa Ave.
Texas & Pacific train No. 5. from the
east, due at 9:06 p. m., will arrive at
9.50 p. jn. All other afternoon and
night trains for Wednesday are re
ported on time.
offenders, most of whom the state of
ficer said live outside of "Wisconsin.
Mexican Herald on Sale
at "Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens In Mexico.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Kbert, Dentist 216-218 MIHs Bldg.
Dr. It M. Rntllff, dentist, Sue to Drs.
Paget & Ratltff, Sft4-S-6, Caples Bldg.
xllscoverx Alleged Arson Trust.
Madison, "Wis-, Dec. 4. An arson trust
which is charged with causing the
destruction of ?1. 060.000 worth of prop
erty has been discovered by Wisconsin
state fir marshal Purtell. he said,
warrants have been Issued for the ar
rest of several of the principal alleged
Seeding glasses? See onr optician.
Foster Co., jewelers. Herald Bldg.
Denies Pardon to Counterfeiter.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 1. President
Taft has declined to pardon John C.
Roberts, a Mexican money counterfeit
er, serving a six years sentence.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteoptblc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
i t?,ul.u '-oiuns, consulting pnysicians;
' 201 West Missouri street
Arrested In Court Room.
Emelio Varela, who was dismissed
Tuesday afternoon by judge Adrian
Pool, of the corporation court on a
charge of vagrancy, was arrested by
the city detectives before he could leave
the court room on a charge of assault
to rob. Pauline Wilson, who lives at
219 East Seventh street told the de
tectives' that Varela held her up Sunday
n'ght at the point of a razor, took three
rings off her fingers and $14 in cash.
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack and
freight transfer, call Pomeroy's Kl
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Dr. Klrln, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Anna Reum. Buckler Bldg.
Auto ambulance. Peak Undertaking Co.
Criticise Operators and Strikers.
Charleston, W. Va.. Dec 4. The com
mission appointed by governor Glass
cock to investigate conditions in the
mine strike territory criticises both the
coal operators and the United Mine
Workers of America. It charges the
operators with "the vicious strife pro
moting, un-American guard system."
The miners are charged with an ef
fort to insertA "hin wedge of union
ism in the district."
For bouse wiring and' fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply i
Company. 317 Mills street I
Bnda Life "With Bullet.
Leedham, aged' 22; son of Dr. "and Mrs.
uccuuiuii, in h. snuaeni in oi uesyon- I
dency blew his brains out with a re- '
volver. From a downtown store he '
leiepnonea to a young woman asking
her to go to the theater with him, but
instead of going to her " house, he
rushed to his own home and shot himself.
Why pay $1.00 per hour when you !
can get your worK aone lor 76c per
hour? We employ union labor; lowest
prices on material.
Quality House, 110 N. Stanton St.,
Texas Electrical Supply Company.
Girl Routs Highwayman.
Pueblo, Colo.. Dec. 4-StrikIng a
would-be highwayman In the face with
JVVREZ ENTRIES FOR -O
t THURSDAY, DECE1IBER 5. &
First race The Chas. L. Stone purse,
tw o year olds, five furlongs Truly 107.
Mrs. Gamp 107. Real Star 110. Ances
tors 110, Janus 110.
Second race The Lyoyd P. Wells
purse, all ages, 5 1-2 furlongs, selling
Loving Mose 94, Hazel C. 106, Cale
thumplan 106. Swish 110. Bobby Cook
110. Autumn Rose 110, Jim I. 110, Evran
110, Louis des Cornets 110, iiinkan-i
110, Dan Norton 113.
Third race The J. D. Perry Francis
purse, three year olds and up, one mtle.
selling Royal River 100. Lilly Paxton
100. Lotta Creed 105, Lambertha 105.
Dorothy Ledgett 105, M. Cambon 103.
Arogonese 105. Shorty Norlhcutt 100,
Force 19S, C "W. Kennon 112.
Fourth race The A. L. Shapleigh
curse, 3111 ages. 6 1-2 furlongs, selling
Anne McGee 105. Free 106, Country
By 106. Bellsnicker 110. Beda 110. Gold
of Ophir 113. Serenade 113, Uncle Jim
mie Gray 113. Parlor Boy 116, Sir Alve
Fifth race The Tom Bennett purse,
three year olds and up, seven furlongs
selling EI Pato 96. Sly Lad 105, Cross
over 109, Lackrose 111, Ymir 111, Feath
er Duster 111.
Sixth race The Phil C Scanlon purse,
three year olds and up. one mile, sell- ;
Ing Muff 80, Mis-s Korn 100, Flor
ence Kripp 103, Gretchen G 10a, Black
Mate 105. Rpsevale 105. Balcliff 105, En- .
graver 109, Rose 0"Nell 109.
'Apprentice claimed. I
First race, five and one-half furlongs,
selling, fillies, two year olds, value i
?300-.-KIva (Halsey), 102. 3-1, 6-5, 3-5,
won; Garden of Allah fSchwebtg), 107,
4-1. 8-5. 7-10. second: Sprightly Miss
(McCabe). 181. 4-1, even show, third.
Time, 1:88 2-5. Inquleta, Bula Welsh,
Mother Katchum ran. '
Second race, six furlongs, selling,
three year olds and up. value $388
Quid Nunc (Gentry). 180, -l. 2-1. 3-2.
won: Angelus (Cotton). 105. 6-5, 4-5, 2-5
second: Sliver Grain (Ormes), 108, 18-1.
S-5 show, third. Time 1:15 4-5. Les
ear. Ah Moon, L. de Cognets, Dor.
Ledgett, Folk, Abe Slupskey ran.
Third race, six furlongs, selling,
three year olds and up, value $388
Gold of Ophlr (McCabe). 185. 5-2. even
place, 1-2 show, won: Miss Korn (W.
Taylor), 100. 6-1. 2-1. even, second:
Golden Agnes (Steele). 185, 3-1. 4-5
show third. Time. 1:15 1-5. Balcliff.
Song of Rocks. Ocean Shore, Trans
parent i-orce, Rosewortn, k.eep .Mov
Fourth race, seven furlongs, purse,
three year olds and up. value $488
Meadow (Groth), 189. 2-1, 9-10, 1-3,
won; Console (Burllngame), 189, 2-1,
7-10, 1-4 second; Furlong (Molesworth).
105. 20-1. 3-1. third. Time. 1:27 4-S.
Melton Street, Irish Gentleman, Jim
Fifth race, one mile, selling, three
year olds, value $380 Rio Brazos
(Groth). 106, 2-1. 4-5. out show,
won; Sister Florence (McCabe), 183,
9-10, 3-10. out show, second: Love Day
(Gross). 9-1. 1-3. third. Time 1:42 1-5.
Plum Creek Mandadero ran.
Sixth race, six furlongs, selling, three
year olds and up, value $300 En
graver (Groth), 105, 3-1, even, 1-2. won;
Lucille Allen (Burllngame). 110. 3-1.
2-1. even, second; Bob Lynch (Mulli
gan). 105. 3-1. 3-5. third. Time 1:13 4-5.
Muff, Bay of Pleasure, Zool, Evelina,
M. Cambon ran.
o Sufferers From
Tour attention is invited to an Eng
lish Remedy for tuberculosis which for
sometime has been used in Europe with
wonderful ic-ess. Its claims have, been
investigated and are vouched for by
reputable authorities anf the benefits
derived by its users are little short of
f is prescribed fcp English physicians.
It costs nothing to Investigate and It
certainly will well repay sufferets from
tuberculosis, in any form, to do so.
Address inquiries to Chas. H. Stevens,
care The Herald. Adv.
Over $20,000 have hem t-MK-uded In
purchasing road machinery for con
structing the highway between Cle
burne and Glen Rose.
DECLARES NEW MEXICO WOOL
RATE SHOULD DE REDUCED
Washington, "D. C, Dec 4 In a sup
plemental opinion on the subject of tho
allege unreasonable rates and practices
of trans-continental railroads in the
transportation of wool, rendered today
by the interstate commerae commission,
it was held:
"That a minimum- carload weight of
24.868 pounds prescribed by the com
mission imposes no unreasonable bar
den on the shippers, but actually In
creases their efficiency and economy
"That the contention of shippers
baled and sacked wool should take the
same rates is not sustained.
"That the rates on scoured woola
from New Mexico to eastern destina
tions are excessive and should be re
duced. "That wool in the western territory
should take the fourth class rate."
URIC MB GUJ3ES1T-&&S
Every variety of Rheumatism is caused by an excess of uric add in the
fciood; the different forms of the disease depending on -whetherthis uric acid
settles in the serves, muz ' s or joints. In Sciatica it is the nerves Trhick
are attacked, the muscular form shows the muscles to be the seat of trou
ble, while manifestations of articular Rheumatism are evidenee that the
Joints are being diseased. To cure Rheumatism the uric acid must be re
moved from the blood; the circulation must be made pure. This cannot
be accomplished with external applications; such treatment may furnish,
temporary relief from the pain, but it does not reach the producing cause.
S. S. S. cures Rheumatism of every variety and form because it purifies the
blood. It goes down into the circulation, neutralizes the acids and dis
solves the irritating deposits which are pressing on the sensitive nerves
and tissues, and producing pain. Whether your case of Rheumatism be
acute or chronic S. S. S. is the medicine you need; it will cure you and at
the same time build up the entire system by its fine vegetable tonic effects.
Book on. Rheumatism and any medical advice free to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, GA.