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L PASO HERALD
Friday, December 20, 1912
J. C. Ballard &. Co.
Suggest a few items among the
many things to be had at their store
suitable for Christmas presents.
$1.50 for $1.95
$3.50 for $2.35
$4.00 for $2.98
$5.00 for $3.95
Boys' Sweaters for
50c, 75c, $1, $1.25
Suitable Gifts for Christ
mas Ladies' Hand Embroidered Handker
chiefs, 6 to box, jjjrt
Ladies' .All Linen Hand
kerchiefs Ladies' Plain Linen Handkerchiefs
Ladies' Initial Handkerchiefs in
nice sheer material
Ladies' Silk Hose in bkek and colors,
double feoels, toes and
soles, 35c and
Kid Gloves, special lots, rf - PA
50a, 76c, $1.00, $1.25 aadP 1 OU
1 special lot Ladies' Silk d0 QP
Kimonos, $5.00 value, for!PJ' O
Suitable Gifts for Men and
Initial Linen Handkerchiefs for men,
6 to box, OC
each . OC
Plain All Linen Handker- j r?
chiefs, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and5DC
Fine Mercerized Finish
Handkerchiefs, 5c and...
Men's kind and Mocha
Gloves, $1, $1.25 and...
Boys' Gloves for 25c, 50c
Men's Ties, 25c 35c, 50c
Men's Half Hose, black and colors,
silk, double heels, soles and toes
35c, 3 for $1 EA
Fine Gages Guaranteed Half
Hose, 6 in box, each...
$10.00 Far Sets
$8.50 Far Sets
6.00 Far Sets
$6 JO Far Neck Pieces
$5.00 Fur Neck Pieces
$8.50 Far Neck Pieces
Children's Fur Sets, -white and
brown, $1.25, $1.75
Misses' Fur Sets, fcC f(
$2.50, $3.50 and pD.Ul
Ladies' Small Neck Pieces for $1)0,
Ladies' Hand Bags Made of leather
and morocco Prices at 50c, 75c, $1,
$1.50, $2, $2.50 up
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Sterling Silver Thimbles 15c
Regular 50c Values
Geneva Jewelry Co.
22S 1-2 San Antonio Street
WOMAN IS. KILLED
BY SWITCH ENGINE
Thursday afternoon at 3:55 o'clock,
while crossing the bridge -which, spans
the canal on Eighth street, between El
Paso and Oregon streets, Maria Ariza,
aged 35 years, was run down by a switch
engine of the Mexico North Western
lailway. Both legs were severed from
her body, her Infra was crushed, and the
lodv was almost cut in two. She lived
tt the corner of Sixth and Ochoa streets.
The woman at the time carried a
Miiall bundle. She was employed as a
cook by Dayton Phillips, of the El Paso
Herald advertising department.
Although the body was badly muti
lated, being almost unrecognizable, the
dead woman was identified by Julian
Ariza, who said she was his mother.
According to the story told, the woman
was crossing the bridge when the en
gine approached. She must have become
frightened, it was said, and stepped is
front of it
Victoriauo Provencio was the engineer.
Carlos Hernandez was the foreman of
the switch crew, consisting of Jose Aran
da and Pedro Yanez. W. E. Andrews
is the yardmaster. The inquest was
held by coroner E. B. McClintock.
Interment will be made this afternoon
in the Concordia cemetery.
COXFHSSBS HE ATTACKED-
AVOMEX; DIBS FROM IVOUXD.
Chicago, III., Dec 20 Martin Panko,
in years old, who confessed to having
attacked more than 20 women In the
past year, died today of a bullet -wound
inflicted by detective Frank "WulfX.
when he attempted to arrest the man
jesterday. rafter Panko had attacked
Mrs, Grace Keichet.
SUSPECTED AUTOMOBILE BANDIT
IS CHICAGO CLUB MEMBER.
Chicago. Ill, Dec. 20. "When Arthur
Lewis, alias Louis Forbes, suspected of
being- an automobile bandit, was
searched today, a card -was found in
his pocket showing him to be a mem
ber of the Tuesday Evening club. In
another pocket -was found a letter
acknowledging receipt of J50 for mis-
Morris Wolf, 24 years old, and John i
Wild 55 vears old. comnanioim of
Lewis, are said to have confessed to
the police that they had planned to
rob several restaurants when taken
Main Store grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
The Very Choicest of Everything
For the Holiday Menus
Fruits, Vegetables, Nats, Canned Goods
both staple, and fancy. Candies, preserves, and
pickles. The best of Fowls and Eastern meats, and
in each department of both stores, you will find our
prices are the lowest in El Paso. Additional wagons
are now in service, assuring the quickest possible de
liveries to all parts of the town.
Oranges, all Sweet Navels, per doz. OK
40c, 35c, 30c. ... , 3G
Blaek Twig Apples, 4 lbs. 25c, 9 Ofl
or per box - p.UU
Mixed Nuts, fresh Wd fine, OHf
per lb .......... UU
Florida Grape Fruit, extra fancy,
3 for i
Sweet Cider, very pleasing,
per gal t
Black "Walnuts Missouri grown,
3 lbs v. ...:... .
Cranberies, Cape Cod Stock,
Dates, bulk or package,
2 for.. .j -.-
Figs, extra large imported Smyrna,
Figs, California grown,
per pkg -.- -.-.-.
Candied Fruit, all varieties,
per lb r . . :
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel,
Pre-Inventorv Sale Continues
TO EXTRADITE FORMER
MEXICAN FEDERAL OFFICER.
Los Angeles, Calif., Dec. 20. Accused
of larceny and murder, Prospero Sainz.
formerly an officer in the Mexican fed
eral army, will be extradited to Mex
ico under an order of United States
commissioner Wm. M Vandyke. Sainz.
it is alleered, deserted the federal
troops at Mexican, Mex., and Joined the
rebel forces In lower California. Ho
was arrested here several weeks ago
by United States secret service men.
BULLET RIDDLED BODY OF
NEGRO IS FOUND BY TOSSE.
Meridian. Miss., Dec., 20. The bullet
riddled body of an -unidentified negro,
who last night murdered Perry Wilkin
son, was found today in a swamp near
Culba, Ala. After the killing the negro
was arrested, but escaped. A mob took
up the chase and fired many shots at
the fugitive, but finally lost sight of
him. When search was renewed at
daybreak the body was discovered.
MOROCCAN REBELS SURROUND
DETACnjIENT AT ZOUAVES
Rabat. Morocco. Dec. 20. Moroccan
rebels in the Mogador dlssrlct have sur
rounded a detachment of French troops
consisting of two companies of Zou
aves, according to native advices re
Our turkeys, for the Christmas feast, are mighty
fine. They are the best ever, and are being well con
ditioned for the occasion. You'll profit by choosing
COUNTERFEIT PU CHECKS
ARE FOIAD 0" MISSOURI PACIFIC
Pueblo, Colo, Dec 20 Supt. T A.
Shea, of the Missouri Pacific railroad,
has issued a warning to beware of
counterfeit pay checks on that system.
Five hundred bogus checks are said to
have been printed, being numbered
from 10,200 to 10.700. and bearing the
date of December 1. instead of Decem
ber 2, which appears on the genuine
checks. The paymaster's name Is af
fixed with a rubber stamp.
Supt. Shea has been notified that
the first attempt to pass one of the bo
gus checks was made in Kansas City
MEMORIAL HELD IN PARIS.
Paris, France. Dec 20. A memorial
for the late ambassador Whltelaw
Reid was held this evening in St.
Luke's chapeL The Rev. Isaac Van
winkle delivered an address.
Every invalidwoman is invited to consult our Staff of Physicians, Surgeons
and Specialists, at the Invalid's Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. Y by letter or personally at my expense. R. V. PIERCE, M. D.
TRl VT BOY IS nELD FOR
FATHER FROM ABILENE, TEX.
Walter Robins, of Abilene. Tex., aged
14 years, wanted to go west and kill
Indians. He got as far as El Paso, when
patrolman Ira Ware put an end to his
dream of youth. He is being held at
the police station pending the arrival
of his father, William Robins, from Abi
lene, to take him back home.
".MAD KING" OTTO WILL BE
DETHRONED BY PRINCE LUDWIU.
Munich, Bavaria, Dec. 20. Prince
Ludwig. the new prince regent of
Bavaria, will become king and the
Mad King Otto, in all probability will
be dethroned next year.
We carry every size made In bicycle.
Allen Arras and Cycle Co.
404 North Oregon Street
I Invite Suf ferln
There is every reason why women should not trust their deli
cate constitutions in the hands of unskilled persons. It requires a thorough medical
education to appreciate and understand the delicate female organism. There is
every reason why she should write or personally consult an experienced specialist.
As a powerful, invigorating tonic, "Favorite Prescription" im
parts strength to the whole system and to the organs distinctly feminine
in particular. For run-down," debilitated women of all occupations
nBBV fl m a
is unequaled as a restorative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening nervine
iravonte Prescription allays and subdues nervous excitability, irritability
nervous exhaustion, and other distressing symptoms commonly attendant upon
functional and organic diseases of the feminine organs. It induces refreshing
sleep and relieves mental anxiety and dspondency.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is devised and put-up by a physician of
vast experience in the treatment of women's maladies. Its ingredients have
the indorsement of leading physicians in all schools of practice.
z& The Favorite Prescription" has been
sold by dealers in medicine in its liquid
form for over 40 years. Now it can also be
obtained of them in tablet form or sendfco one-cent
stamps to Dr. Pierce for trial box.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets invigorates the
stomach, liver and bowels. One to three a dose.
Easy to take as candy.
Send 31 one-cent Stamps, to pay cost of wrapping
and mailing only on a free copy of Dr. Pierce's Com
mon Sense Medical Adviser, 1008 pages, cloth
bcund. Invalid's Hotel and Surgical Institute, R. V.
Pierce, M. D, President, Bugalo, N. Y.
"ItHelped Me So JIuch."
Mas. T. W. Mykbs. of Bodlnea. Pa.
ears: "Tour '.Favorite Proscription
has done me a wonderful lot of good.
"Seven years aco when oar flrtt
child was born I was left miserable.
I doctored cita two physicians with,
out any relief. Ithenwenttoeeeono
of the bead doctors In WMJiamsport:
he Bald I must hare an operation at
that was something! coaid not do.
i men Denin taHnf? yonr "larorlto
Prescription' and It helped me so
shall never co through It again with
out ronr mciame.
"o t y wishing yon mt:ca
raccess In Iu'.L.rc"
Insisted Silk Was Changeable.
One of the large Kansas City stores
Ofres it success, in a great measure,
to its policy of exchanging goods if.
returned in a salable conditlorf. An
exception is made -when dress mate
rials have been cut from the bolt
One day recently a customer pur
chased ten yards of a twetoned silk,
which the clerk assured her was tha
most fashionable fabric of the season.
"When she reached home -with her
purchase she decided, on reflection,
that a -woolen material would be
Accordingly, she returned to the
store the next day "and requested the
exchange. The clerk explained that
It was an Impossibility, as the goods
bad been cut.
"Why, I bought this with the dls
tinct nnderstanding," remonstrated
the woman, "that I could return it
Did you not tell me it was a change
The exchange was made.
Memory of Bacon.
Mr. Balfour recently unveiled the
statue of Bacon which the Benchers
have erected in Gray's Inn. In the
fashioning of Gray's Inn Gardens Ba
con played a considerable part The
records of the inn show that in 1597
it was ordered that "the summe of
7 15s. 4d. due to Mr. Bacon for
planting of trees in the walkes be paid
There is evidence that Raleigh, just
before his last voyage to America, had
a long conversation with Bacon In
the "walks." On the northwest side
of the garden there is a catalpa tree
which is believed to have been plant
ed by Bacon. "It is," says the his
torian of the inn, "one of the oldest in
England, and may well have been
brought from its native soil by Ra
kUR Pre-Inyentory Sale continues until Christmas, and gives you an oppor
tunity to buy at a considerable underprice from the finest stock of suits
and overcoats that is offered locally. We give you choice from
Adler-Rochester, "Society" Brand
and "Fashion" Clothes
At Pre-Inventory Sale prices you have choice from our entire stock. There
is no reservation whatever. Blacks and blues are included, as well as mix
tures and standard patterns. It is not out of place here to remind you that
in many instances an overcoat is the most sensible and acceptable-gift you can
- Our Pre-Iriventory Sale Means That You Have Choice
From Our Entire Stock at
OUR CHRISTMAS CATALOGUE
IT IS impossible to present in detail a catalogue of our incomparable Christmas stoek of items suitable
as gifts to men. We simply mention in a general way neckwear, in all the season's bast styles and
colorings. Special mention is made that in neckwear we show four-in-hands with stiek pin and tie clasp
to match. We have two and three piece sets in all the combinations. In hose, handkerchiefs, gloves, hats
and shirts our Christmas stoeks are complete. If you had not thought aboat it, we want to call special
attention to the many gift opportunities we show in leather psrtietifarly trunks, traveling bags and
suit cases. After all is said, it will be better for you to spend a few minutes talking the Christmas
gift situation over with us. It will be to your advantage.
Lady Baltimore Oake
The Most Popular Coke This Season
By Mrs. Janet McKensie Hill, Editor oj
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
This is considered by many cooking
authorities the finest cake that can be
made, thongh in reality it is not at all
EC Lady Baltimore! Caie
One cup butler; 2 cups granulated
sugar; 1 cup milk; 1 teaspoonful rose
VKiler; 3 cups flour; 3 level teaspoon
fuls K C Baking Powder; whiles of 6
eggs, beaten dry.
Cream the butter and beat in the sngar
gradually. Sift together, three times,
the flour and baking powder, and add
to the butter and sugar, alternately with,
the milk and rose water. Lastly, add
the egg whites. Bake in three-layer cake
pans. Pat the layers together with, the
following frosting. .
Kote The cake is a large one and sells at
Women's Excbanscs for $1-50.
Frosting for Lady Baltimore Caba
Thrte cups srrvnulated surar; 1 cup boffins
water: whites of J esss: 1 cup chopped rauint: Z
cup chopped nut-meats; SJigs cut in thix slices.
Stir the sugar and water until the
sugar is dissolved, then let boil without
stirring until the syrup from a spoon
will spin a long thread; pour upon the
whites of the eggs, beaten dry, beating
constantly meanwhile. Continue the
beating until the frosting is cold; add
the fruit and spread upon the cake.
The K C Cook's Book contains ninety jast
such delicious recipes. bread, muffins, cakes
and pastry. You can secure a copy Jree by send
ing the certificate packed In every 25-cent can
of K C Baking Powder to the Jaqubs Mfg. Co.,
Chicago. Small cans do not contain Cook's
"MILLIONAIRE'S SOX HAS LEGS
CRLhHED: DIES FROM IX JURY
Morrlstown. Nv J.. Dec 2. John S.
Huyler, aged 19, the youngest son of
the late John S. Huyler. millionaire can
dy manufacturer, was fatally injured
here today when he fell beneath a
train. Both lepra were crushed to the
knee so tl.at lmmdlate amputation was
necessary and he died a few hours later
LIMUKR FRO-tt MEXICO.
f u of lu nhi from AI.nl,
iv. i l r lth i -.t ma of
l jr the iot.al iVarson mills.
Have you finished it ? You have all the names down, of
course. That's easy. But what have you opposite each
of them? What presents have you selected? How
will you be able to get something appropriate, some
thing nice, something that will be appreciated, and at
the same time make your appropriation stretch over so
many names? That's your problem, isn't it?
Well, here's the answer.
Opposite the name of every person between the ages of
nine and ninety set down "The American Government"
It's that interesting bo.ok about the government that
President Taft approved the one Woodrow Wilson
read on the night of election. And you can get each
copy for bare cost a genuine bargain.