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Friday, December 20, 1912
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Then that is what we are here lor to SHOW YOU Yes, we are delighted
to do it too.
A Fine Suit or Qvercoat? Splendid Design and AH Wool,
before January 1 Oth and aim to sell the bulk of our stock before Chrtstmas To accom-
dALve made more REMARKABLE PRICE REDUCTIONS. ,
ailored to Your Individual Measure to Fit and Pleas e You
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CAN YOU BEAT THESE !
Child's Leggins &
Values up to $3
$4 & $4.50
4 i OF & CCS
Men's $6, $8,
and High Cut
Child's Shoes and
Big Girls' Pumps
jp tf ifimn-nrM
$3.50 and $4
A Lorge Variety
of Low Cuts and,
In fa nts ' High
AH Our Fixtures rfi Q g
Can you expect more can you receive as much by the ordi
nary, old tiinemethod of pur
chasing ready-made guess nts i
Only our immense volume of
business makes possible our
extraordinary service. Wear a
"London' ' tailored suit be
better dressed and save money.
Satisfaction or No Pay
The largest variety is here,
fresh from the mills. Every
thing worth while in new fall
and winter woolens.
Suit or Overcoat
Made to Measure
"London" is the Suit That
Made $15 Famous
London Woolen Mills
The Original $15 Union Tailors
F. P. Dotoling, Mgr. 217 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEN EVENINGS UNT.
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K n leathers worth up to $4. Everything in low cuts in 1 1 j
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TLEXTK SVS JIB HAD
TO FIGHT SPECIYL i:NTERESTS
Boston. Mass., Dec. 20 Robert Valen
tine, former commissioner of Indian
affairs, has issued a. statement regard
ing the charges by the house commit
tee that he had caused the improper
expenditure of public funds.
Mr. Valentine said in part:
"1 was in the Indian office over seven
ears, six months of which I was
assistant commissioner and over three
ears commissioner. I left absolutely
ht my own initiative to enter a new
Held of work. I refer to any fair
minded person who has anv knowledge
of the Indian bureau or my work for
' tne anirmauve accumiMisnineius m me
cause of sanitation and upbuilding and
' upport of the personnel and an honest.
' clean and single hearted admintstra-
liuu cuciaiij. ...
1 nau lo ngni many tviuus ui v en
entrenched special interests and In
dividual greed, all of which forces have
slnglv or together left no stone un
turned to discredit my administration
and personal character."
To clean It out m a hurry. 350 rolls
slightly damaged roofing at half price,
render Lumber Co.
E HAS COME
SIFI'RtCETS ARE EXHVISTED
AFTER HIKING MILES
Fishkill. N Y.. Dec 20. Exhausted
by yesterday's 22 mile tramp the four
puffruKf t pedestrians en route to- Al
bany, slept late this morning. With a
walk of only eight miles to Wapplngers
r&iis antfuu ui inem, taey uetriaea nui
to start until noon.
Miss Rosalie G. Jones, leader of the
pilgrimage, announced on behalf of her
followers that alcohol rubs for stiff
ened joints and salve for blistered feet
"had done wonders" and that "today's
hike will be nothing but a little jaunt."
"They are going to give a ball In
our honor at Wappmgers Falls tonight
and we are all going to dance."
SVES STREET RAILWAY
COlll'lXV FOR SI 0.0(H)
Seraplo Ruiz was plaintiff in the
sultflled Friday morning in the 34th
district court against the El Paso Gas
& Electric compan. wherein he is
asking the sum of $10,000 damages for
alleged personal injuries. The plaintiff
averred that he was employed by the
defendant company as a laborer and on
Nov. 11 was engaged in excavating a
ditch on Arizona street when the sides
of it caved in andnojured him.
M Y CHRISTIHAS TLRKKVS
ARK SHIPPED FROM CLOVIS
Clovis. N M.. Doc. 20. A shipment of
60 turkej has been made by one party
to Albuqueroue. These turkeys were
raised one mile northeast of Clovis and
sold at IS cents per pound f. o. It.
Turkey raising is becoming quite an
industry in this country. It is esti
mated that there are more than J 0.000
turkeys" and chickens in this vicinity.
TWO Bl SI ."VK.SS Bl ILDI3JGS
JBEJ-VG RRECTBD IX ACO
Nogales. Ariz.. Dec. 30. Two new
buildings are being erected in Nogales.
one a fine cut stone store building by
A. Bachilier on Grand avenue, and the
other a brfrk store with handsome
pressed brick front, by Charles Jones on
the same street. Botft buildings will be
occuoied as soon as completed.
MiWEU, VISITS DV1I.
Director Frederick H. Newell, of the
reclamation sc-vice. climbed over the
j dam Friday and will go over the sur
rounding country Saturday before leav
! ing for Phoenix and Yuma. Mr. Newell
xpects to spend two dais at the dam.
When tired out. go to Callsher's and
get hot biscuits and coffee free. Dec. IS
Committee Appointed to Urge Better
Fire Protection; Improved Car
Service Is Promised.
Better street car service, more ade
quate fire protection, better sewerage,
these are a few of the things the resi
dents of HifihlaiMi Tark want, and tbey
are going aftef them.
Residents ol Highland Park held a
meeting Thursday night at the Highland
t, , tl .l...... a n. nuA,. i&n.,t t.liola
jrarK ure awnun w wu ,, " --vj j
Manteu nu tue Desi niesiio im k""k
it. About 60 people attended. Charles
Montfort wai elected chairmen. A com
mittee of three nas appointed to wait
upon the mayor a,ud city council in re
gard to better fire protection, more fire
hvdrants and more and bigger fire
mains; also to investigate what the city
is intending to give Highland Park as
its share of the recent bond issue for
new sewerage. Those on the commUtse
are: D. Y. Kennell. A. V. Rose and I. ..
Barnes. The question of working lor
an enlargement of the Highland Park
school was also discussed. At' present
the school accommodates pupils only to
the high fourth grade.
H. S. Potter, representing the electric
street railway, attended the meeting, and
in answer to the protest 'against the
present car service, promised the 15
minute schedule as soon as the material
arrives for installing new switches.
The question of grading the streets
was also discussed, although no definite
action was taken.
On January 2. in the same place, an
other meeting will be held, when the
committee will report and further action
will be taken.
DBMEXTKD 31 X TKREVTEXS
LIFE OF CATHOLIC BISHOP
Kansas City. M . Dec. 20. After
Saining admission to the residence of
Ul IVIRRl X-,. .11,1111 . ,JM. vuua
Catholic bishop of Kansas City, a de
mented man demanded $100,000,000.
The man said his name was Patrick
T. Kelleher. He was admitted to the
house bv Rev. Francis J, Tief. a priest,
who invited him into the library.
Then making a pretense of summon
ing bishop Hogan. the priest tele
phoned for the police. .
Kelleher told the police he had in
tended tb assassinate the bishop if his
demand was refused. Kelleher re
cently was discharged from the gen-,
eral hospital. vhere he had been a
patient ior several wccks.
CASE OH APPEAL.
The case of Jennie Brice is now with
the court of final appeal. Chairman
F. Coleman of the St. Clement's Men's
club committee forwarded the report of
the mock trial to Kvcrybody's magazine
Thursday evening and "the El Paso club
will be "one of the contestants for the
prizes offered by that magazine for the
bet trial and "report submitted. The
high school students also held a mock
trial of the same case.
EFFECTIVE HOME RESIEDT
' FOR TUBERCULOSIS
It is a serfous matter when the lungs
are affected. A trip away or to a sana
torium is not only expensive, but it in
volves separation from home and
friends. Some are benefited, but few
can safely return. Eckman's Alter
ative is affective for home treatment.
231 S. Atlantic Ave., Haddonfield, N. J.
"Gentlemen: In the fall of 1905 I
contracted a very severe cold, which
settled on my lungs. At last I began
to raise sputum, and my physician then
told me "I must go to California imme
diatelv. At this time I was advised to
take Eckman's Alternative. I stayed
at home and commenced taking it the
last week in October. I began to im
prove and the first veek In January,
1906, I resumed my regular occupa
tion, having gained 25 pounds, fully
restored to health. It is now five
years since my recovery has been ef
fected, and I cannot praise Eckman's
Alterative too highly. I have recom
mended it with excellent results."
(Signed) W. M. TATKM.
Eckman's Alterative is effective to
Bronchitis. Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat
and Lung Troubles, and in upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by Kelly & Pollard, Knobiauek
Drug Co.. People's Drug Store, and oth
er leading druggists. Ask for booklet
telling of recoveries and write to Bck
man Laboratory, Philadelphia. Pa for
additional evidence. Adv.
DECLARES MIXK PROMOTED BY
II.YWTIIORVK WAS -Y.VLUELESS"
New York, N. Y.. Dec. 20. "Value
less" in the way Benedict Crowell. a
Cleveland mining engineer, described
a certain tract of Canadian mining
property promoted by Julian Haw
thorne. Josiah Quincy and others on
trial in the federal court here for
alleged fraudulent use of the mails.
The tract about which Crowell was
questioned was ne which, according to
alleged Hawthorne literature, contained
300 OrtO inns of iron ore at one place
1 and 200.000 at another. The witness
said mere nrrp ov.wv was i mc
place, his examination showed, and
nothing but water and a foot of ore
at another. .,.
Several thousand tons described by
the literature as in sight at other
j spots, but he said he saw none.
! CO I NT TARO KATSIKA FORMS
' XEW JAPVNESE CVBIET
l Tokio. Japan, Dec. 20 The new Jap-
1 anese cabinet has been organised as
1 follows: Premier and minister of for-
pirn nffKlnt nro tern, count Taro Kat-
sura; home affairs, viscount Kanetake
Om- finance. Reiiiro Wakatsaki. for-
j mcrly vice minister: communications
ana presiaent oi me nuiwaj mru.
Xi rtntn: acrririilturfi and commerce.
Rein Nakashaji. formerly vice minister: !
justice. Itasu Jlatsumuro. iormeny
public procurator general of the court
of cassation: education. Komassabnro
Shibata. formerly chief secretary to
the cabinet: war, Lieut Gen. Yasatsuna
Count Kato will be appointed foreign
minister on his return from London.
Just received a. car or red woven
fence, a splendid fence for a little
money. Lander Lumber Co-
r -- .3cs
, Worth While
Bicycles for children wiH develop
strength, health and happiness. Noth
ing suits them better.
Allen Arms & Cycle Co.
404 H. Oregon St
SEEK: SCIENTIFIC LVFOR3IATIOX
x FOR BUILDING AIR CRAFT
Washington, D. O. Dec. 20. A long
step In the direction of securing more
scientific information for use m thr
construction of air craft was taken
when president Taft appointed a. com
mission on aero-dyaamlcal laboratory .
of which Dr. B. S. Woodward, president
of the Carnegie Institute of Washing
ton is named as chairman. .
The object of the commission which
was created upon the recommendation
ofbecretarv Meyer will be to report
on he necessity or desirability for th
establishment of a. national aero
dynamical laboratory, its scope, organ
isation, the most suitable location for
it and the cost of its instalation.
ARK EXPLODED IX AIUIOY.V
Federal officials took an, assorted
lot of unused revolutionary dynamite
bombs out to the smelter Thursdav
afternoon and exploded them in an
arroyo. These bombs were captured
during the rush of revolutionary busi
ness on the border and were deposited
in the department of justice office un
til the officials had1 time to explod
them. They Avere mostly fizzle and
USUAL RUSH IS 3IISS1XG.
It's a slow Christmas over -postorflc
way. The usual rash of Christmas mail
is not materialising. Whether It is the
weather, the "shop early" slogan or the
high cost of living superintendent of
mails C. C. Gibson does not attempt t
explain. But the crush in the lobby of
the postoffice is missing.
COVKROR MANN. OF VIRGINIA,
DECLINES TO V ELCOME BRYAN
Richmond, Va., Dec 20. Governor
Mann a Democrat, declined to assist
in welcoming William J. Brjan to a
luncheon at-a business men's club be
cause, the governor said, etiquette first
required Mr. Bryan to call upon the
governor. Jl' Brian will attend a din
ner at Norfolk in honor of goicrnor
tlect Sulzt-r, of New York-
I'rec demonstration of Ambassadoi
,f(f and Globe Vi'l- flour at Calish-
I '. 18 to to l'"lH
BIG ARIZONA LAND DEAL.
i Prescott. Ariz. Dec. 20. A deal for
i the sale of the Peeples valley, one of
' the largest and most fertile In Yavapai
1 (.uunty. to the Hayes Land and Cattle
companv. of California, is now under
i wav. The price is above $50,000. The
lHri in the bottom of the valley will
'i i Ij'it d to fruit by the Hayes cotn-
, isr ami cattle will be grazed on the
v mrOJrA hil'-.
j Chronic Constipation Cured.
"Five ears ago I had the worst cas"
of i hrru.ic constipation I ever knew of
a".' ch.ini oilanis Tablet-, Hired m .
v ti f. 1 1 .'i. Erookl; r. Muh. I"i.
i '. i al! . lkia. Adcrtisom r t.
What prospect lies be
fore this newly landed
immigrant? Is it that
freedom and bounty of
of which he has dreamed
and for which he has en
dured the horrors of the
steerage? Or is it twelve
hours of unremitting toil
for seven days a week
on wages that are scarce
sufficient to keep life in
his body and strength in
his, arms? That is the
crux of the immigration
problem. Head all about
it in the series of letters
by Frederic J. Haskin
Now Running in This Newspaper
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COME ' GET TOUR CHRISTMAS SUIT AND J
j OVERCOAT AT THE BAZAAR'S
i AMU Q
AVE ONE-HALF OF THE
Store Open Evenings
Until 9 O'clock
The cre of Christmas Gifts for "ad ard the Boys.
Clifford J. Halpsrn
Use DoJcottc Coke.
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