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Saturday, January 4, 1913
January Clearance Sale in
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EI, PASO HERALD
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the Last Gran
This Never-to-be-forgotten Sale Culminates in a Very Short Time
Come and Grab 'Em
All $25, $27.50, $30, $35.00 and $40 Suits and Overcoats, Grab 'Em at
I I All $17.50, $18.50, $20.00 and $22.50 All $10, $12.50 and $15.00
1 Suits and Overcoats, Grab 'Em at Suits, Grab 'Em I
I ' Come Tonight and Grab 'Em I
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I STRONG FINISH
The Standard Stocks Hold
Strong, Though Manipu
lated Ones Are "Weak.
NOTE All Market news on -
this page reflects closing sale &
t- prices (unless buy or bid be -O
specified) on Saturday. Jan- &
New York, N. Y., Jan. 4. The stock
market closed strong:.
Although further weakness developed
among manipulated specialties, the
standard stocks gradually overcame
this influence. Nearly all the Import
ant railroads and industrials made
moderate sains, while operations in
specialties reflected an absence of de
mand and substantial losses were sus
tained. The passing; of the period of tight
money and optimistic reports as to
fundamental trade conditions caused
Irull operators to take a more confi
Bond's were steady.
MONEY AND METALS
NEW YORK MARKET.
(By Associated Press.)
New York. N. Y., Jan. 4. Money on
call nominal, bo loans.
Time loans, easier; SO days. 55M.
percent. 90 dajs, 5 percent; six months,
4 a a 5.
Close: Prime mercantile paper. 15
Bar silver, 63.
Mexican dollars, 49.
The metals were quiet and practical-
nominal. Lake and Electrolytic cop
VT. 1T62&1T&7; casting, 1725
1 1 37j.
St. LiobIs Lead and. Spelter.
St Liouis, Xo Jan. 4. Lead, firm:
Spelter, firm: 73ft.
THB LOCAL MARKET.
Mexican Money Bl Paso Qnotatlen.
Mexican pesos (El FMo buying
Mexican currency (Bl Paso buying
Exchange (City of Mexico'' 4S.S5.
El Paso Smelter Quotations.
Bar silver, 6. '
Copper (wire bars) 17.37S.
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.) 17.30,
Lead (N. Y. sales price) .35.
Lead (London) 17. sC d3.
fcfpelter, quiet: 720 740.
(Douglas Snwlter Quotations.)
Bar silver, 62.52.
Copper (wire bars) 17.42.
Mason Valley i
Ohio Copper 1'fc
Ray Central 2
San Antonio, part paid.. z
Summit ............ ............ 10
St. Xonla Wool. Close.
Rf Tml !Tn Tot, A TXTrtl otAn.3-..
Territory and western mediums, 21
25; fine mediums, 1826; fine. 1317.
New York Cotton. Close.
New York. N. Y Jan. 4. Cotton
Spot quiet. Middling uplands, 1330;
middling gulf, 135S. Sales, none.
DEATHS AND BURIALS
MRS. J. P. CCOXXOR.
Mrs. J. P. O'Connor, wife of one of
El Paso's best known citizens, died Sat
urday morning after an illness of
eight days. Mrs. O'Connor was a na
tive of Paris, Ky., and was 51 years
old at the time of her death. She was
married about 30 years .ago to Mr.
O'Connor and has lived in Bl Paso since
that time. She had two daughters,
Margaret, age, 12, and Mabel, age 19.
The elder daughter has been 111 at the
O'Connor home. 812 North Stanton, for
the past week with appendicitis. Mrs.
O'Connor has a brother, John Galvln.
livinsr at Lexington, Ky. She was a
member of the Catholic church and
the funeral arrangements will be made
as soon as the brother arrives.
The body of George Alston, who was
killed by a fall form the Western
Woodenware company plant Fridav,
will be shipped to Colorado Springs.
Colo., tonight. His widow will accom
pany the remains.
IS GIVKN MILITARY BURIAL.
Bogdan Tokarsky, cook, company K,
22d infantry, who died at Fort Bliss
Thursday from double pneumonia, was
buried with full military honors at the
post cemetery at 9:30 a. m.. Saturday.
Tokarsky, who had been in the ser
vice about five years had not known
relatives in the United States.
MOT STEW, ON
Very Little Trade, . How
ever; Provisions Firm
Chicago. 11L, Jan. 4. Wheat was
steady on firm cables at the opening,
but' there was little tr,ade. May started
a shade higher to a shade lower at 91
to 91c. and sold to 91 to 91c.
The close was firm. May c up at
91 to 91?ic. or only c under the
best of the day.
May corn opened a shade higher to
a shade lower at 48 to 4SV-C. and
sold to 48 to 4S5ic.
The close was firm. May c up at
48 to 49c.
May oats opened a shade higher to a
shade lower at 32 to 32 to 32c
and held within that range on early
Provisions were firm and fairly ac
tive. May pork opened 6c over yes-
leraay at l.J3-fe ana sold to $18.25
MISS MARIE G. O'BRIEN.
Miss Marie Genevieve O'Brien, 25
years of age. daughter of Mrs. Cather
ine O'Brien, a widow, died Friday night
at her home 1120 North Florence street.
The deceased had resided in Bl Paso for
10 years coming to this city from Wis
consin. The funeral services will be
d at the Immaculate Conception
church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 oclock
and interment will be made In Con
cordia, cemeterv TCacII.., v,A mni.....
?J?e ,s survived by her brother, Ted
v.iicu, wu is in uaiirornia with a
NEW YORK LISTED
(By Associated Frees.)
Amalgamated ....!.... .......... 79
Atchison ...... lte
Northern Pacific .121
Reading , .........167
Southern Pacific .......106
inion Pacific , !
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BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald
L. J. Overlook. Bisbee. Ariz.)
calumet & Arizona
liilOUX ............ .-.......
Nevada Con .......... ..........
s-jj-rrior & Boston
P Smelters, common
burial Wire to The HenM from
J UveriocK. Bisoee. Atlx.)
TELLEZ SEEKS RELEASE
FOR BENEFIT OF HEALTH
On the ground that it would be in
jurious to his health to remain in the
county Jail. Santiago Tellez, indicted
by the grand jury on four counts for
forgery, is seeking to gain his liberty
through a habeas corpus proceeding
filed Saturday in the 34th district court.
At his examining trial before justice
of the peace E. B. McClintock the de
fendant was held to the grand jury on
a $1000 bond. He stated he was Jinable
to make bond. It is also said that
Teller's health is not good.
Phone 1 for automobile. Longwell.
Wright's Cleaning Works, phone 343.
ASKS PERMIT TO WEAR A
PISTOL AT FANCY DRESS BALL
A fancy dress ball, under the auspices
of the members of the Veius club, is
scheduled to take place Sunday night
at the Fraternal Brotherhood ball, tor
ner of Oregon and Overland streets. A
prospective guest applied to justice of
morning for permission to wear a slx-
snooier. ne &m o bwb ureasea
as a cowboy.
Suits and overcoats cleaned. Wright.
Auto for hire. Phone Longnrell.
SUBJECT TO DELAY.
On account of labor troubles on the
National Railways of Mexico, all
tickets to Mexico by way of Eagle
rass are sold subject to delay.
Tse Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Suits and overcoats cleaned. Wright.
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Phone 1 for automobile. LongTrclI.
JL Cleaning, djeingr, pressing. "Wright.
Grain and Provision
Chicago Grain. Close.
May J 9191
Jul? '.. S9
Chicago Provisions. Close
Pork Jan 317.72
Jan ........ ........$ 9.72
May .- S.75
,.Tan $ 9.7S
Kansas City Grain. Clone.
May 3 86
Chicago, 111.. Jan. 4. Butter steady.
Eggs, firm: receipts 6985 cases: fresh
Cheese, steady: daisies, 16 17;
twins, 1616: Young Americas,
16 17: long horns, 16 17.
Potatoes, steady; receipts 63 cars.
Poultry, firm; turkeys alive, K;
New Yort Sugar.
New York, N. Y-, Jan. 4. Raw sugar
weak: Muscavado, 89 test, 3170323:
centrifugal, 96 test, 367 0373: molasses
sugar. 89 test, 292298; refined, quiet;
granulated fine, 490; powdered, 500.
Chicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago. 111., Jan. 4. Cattle Rects.
&00; market steady. Beeves. $5,809
9.50: Texas steers, $4.7505.90: western
steers, $5.7507.60: stockers and feed
ers, $4.2507.60; cows and heifers, $2.85
7.60; calves, $6.50010.50.
Hogs Rects. 12,000: market steady
at yesterdav's average. Light, $7,300
7.5C: mixed, $7.3007.60: iheavy, 37.300
7.60: rough. $7.3(f07.4O: pigs, $6.00
7.50: bulk of sales. $7.1507.55.
Sheep Rects. 1000: market steady.
Native, $4.3505.40: western. $4.4005.50;
yearlings. $6.1007.70: lambs, native,
$6.2008.75: western. $6.250S.5.
Kansas City Livestock. .Close.
Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. 4. Cattle
Rects. 200: no' southerns: market
steady. Native steers. $6.2509.25;
southern steers, $5.2507.50: southern
cows and heifers, $3.5006.25; native
cows and heifers. $3.7507.50: stockers
and feeders. $5.0007.60: bulls. $4,700
6.50: calves, $6.00010.00; western
steers, $6.0009.00; western cows, $3.75
Hogs Rects. 2000: market steady:
bulk of sales, $7.iO7.45: heavy. $7.40
07.50; packers and butchers, $7.25
7.45; light. $7.1087.30: pigs. $8.8006 1 in.
Slicp Uects. none. Muttons, $4.00(3:
" O lamlis.. J7 on '! 60. range weth'is
1.1 M-irlings, $4 ""fti 7 50; range ewes.
OU know wliat happens in this store, at.this season
of the year; we look over our stock, and pick out
all the goods that must be cleared up to make room
for new goods soon to come in, and mark prices 'on them
that will make folks come and buy whether they need the
things right now or not.
It's the harvest time for the mbney-saving folks; we're
boimd to clean up the stock, disppse of all tLe goods from
the past season that we can sell; we want to make a total
clearance of all fall and winter goods, and if prices will do
it, we shall accomplish this wish.
Hart Scliaffner W Marx,
Rogers Peet and "Fitform"
clothes are always a good purchase; the prices we ask for
them in a regular way represent a profit to you; and at such
prices as these your profits are just that much more.
Look at the figures
$37.50 to $40.00 Suits at $24.00
$32.50 to $35.00 Suits at $21.00
$22.50 to $27.50 Suits at $18.00
$16.50 to $20.00 Suits at $12.35
$1 2.50 to $1 5.00 Suits at $1 0.00
Charge Customers May Also Enjoy
v These Reductions
January Clearance Sale of ,
Men's Winter Underwear
$5.00 and $4.50 Union Suits $3.85
4.00 and $3.50 Union Suits ?2.95
$4.00 and $3.50 Shirts and Drawers $2.95
$3.00 Union Suits, Shirts and Drawers'
for , $235
$2.50 Union Suits, Shirts and Drawers
$2.00 Union Suits, Shirts and Drawers
$1.75 and 1.50 Union Suits, Shirts and
1.00 and $1.25 Union Suits, Shirts and
MEN'S UNDERWEAR Bxtra special in
broken lines of men's underwear from
this season's selling Cooper union suits
and separate garments, in. worsted and
cotton. Regular $2.00 value. January
Clearance Sale, a gar- QC-
MEN'S UNDERWEAR Odds and ends
of natural wool shirts and Wright's
drawers. Values to $L25. January
Clearance Sale, a gar- f
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Heavy ribbed cotton fleece lined gar
ments in eeru and. natural color; all
sizes. January Clearance Sale yC
39c a garment, or a suit I OC
Copyright H&rt Sch&Sner & Marx
Dave Money on
$1.00 Sweaters ...-... 80c
$2.50 Sweaters -. .$1.95
$1.50 Sweaters $1.15 $3.00 Sweaters $2.35
$2.00 Sweaters $1.65 $5 and $6 Sweaters. . .$3.95
Big Savings in Men's Neckwear
All 25c and 35e Neckwear at ..19c
All 50c and 75c Neckwear at . 39c
$2.00 and $2.5,0 Keisers Knit Ties at . .-.-.. $1.35
AU our $1.00 Pour-in-Hand Ties at - 50c
Phoenix 50c Knitted Mufflers .' '. . .39c
Clearance of Hawes
Von Gal Hats
Men's celebrated Hawes Yon Gal
make of hats broken lines from this
season's selling. Regular $3.00 val
ues. Choice in -the January Clear
ance Sale - $1.95
Clearance of Men's Shirts
LOT r-Broken lines of men's 3tiff bosem and -negligee shirts in
white and 'colors. Values to $1.50. January Clearance p- g
LOT 2 Jfen's 1.00 Columbia shirts without reserve, go in the
January Clearance Sale at, your 7
LOT 3 Men'sL50 to 2.00 Bates Street shirts "in" "all sizes.
January Clearance Sale priee, t n
each ; ; $1.15
LOT 4 Men's Flannel shirts tie sort for work. nrt
$1.00 value. January Clearance Sale, each S C
LOT 5 Men's 1.50 and $2.00 flanad shirts the Eagle brand,
with collar attached. January Clearance Sale tf f
Clearance of Night Shirts
Our $1.50 Night Shirts at . .$1.00
$1.00 and $1.25 Night Shirts at .85c
Our 75c Night Shirts at -. . .59c
MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS Made of medium
and heavy fleece outing flannel. Extra special
in the January Clearance Sale, each 38c
Clearance of Hosiery
ONYX SILK HOSE In black and colors and
fancy novelty effects. 50c values. January
Clearance Sale, pair .e.-. 35c
Our $1.00 silk hose at, pair. 79c
Our1 $1.50 silk Hose at, pair .$1.15
50c E325 Onyx colored lisle hose 35c
ONYX LISLE HOSE 25 dozen men's fancy
lisle hose. Regular 25c values. January Clear
ance Sale, a pair w.l0e
Mammoth Clearance qf
men s an
THIS ought to create such a terrific rush of thinking buyers as no announcement has ever created
before. For without a single exception this is the greatest Sale of Footwear we have ever of
fered the people of El Paso and surrounding territory. You have long known our reputation for
square dealing you know for a certainty that "The Popular" would not jeopardize that reputation
for the sake of a' Shoe Sale, which at the most can last but a few weeks. So when we tell you that
this is the greatest opportunity ever offered to buy women's and children's footwear, you may take
our word for it rthen call immediately at our store and take advantage of the offerings while the
stock is still complete. .,
These 4 Items on Sale in Basement
WOMEN'S PARTY SLD?PERS 200
pairs of party slippers, plain and pat
ent kid and suede, in blue, pink,
white, champagne and black; Cuban
heels. Values to $3.50. January
Clearance Sale, d "fl ((
HOUSE SLIPPERS 150 pairs, in
strap- and matron patterns. Values
up to 2.00. January Clear- QP
ance Sale, a pair ""v
WOMEN'S HIGH SHOES 300 pairs.
;.. TmttNvi nn1 "Mnrhpr nai.teni3. 'hand
mm ilk uuhtuu aim . r r -
Choice of Our Rttr turn and Goodyear welt soles tippea
noiceor uur Keg- and toeg Madc of Unt Ma
Ular L,ine patent colt, vici kid, gun metal calf,
Any Shoe in the House
All our $4.50 and $4.00 shoes $3.15
All our $3.50 shoes, a pair $2.75
All our $3.00 shoes, a pair $2.45
All our $2.50 shoes, a pair $1.95
All our $2.00 shoes, a pair $1.65
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tan Russia calf, etc., with velvet,
cravenette and dull kid tops; Cuban
and military heels. Values to 4.H).
January Clearance Sale, A' -a ah
a pair 4 I ."O
MISSES' AND GROWLNti GIRLS'
LOW HEEL SHOES-30O pairs,
made in button and blueher stvles
with extension soles. They are velvet!
suede, patent kid, viei kid and gun
metal calf, and patent colt with vel
vet and colored kid tops.some in
Jockey Boot patterns with white and
kid tops. Values to $4.00. January
Clearance Sale, a & 1 f Ef
u up C0 .UJCZLU
BOYS' IVAN FRANK SUITS One lot
of 100 selected Knickerbocker saits odds
and ends that formerly sold up as high
as ?i.uu. j.o close quickly,
a suit .'
BOYS IVAN PRANK SUITS Another
lot of Knickerbocker suits that were
marked up to $9.50 the first dj g QttZ
of the season. Clearance Sale V- IO
BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS Special lot oi
boys' all wool Knickerbocker suits
styles worth up to $5.00. dQ JQ
Take your choke at, a suit. PO 7
BIG REDUCTIONS On boys Norfolk,
Sailor Blouse and Buster Brown suits;
not included in the three above lots. Ask
to see them.
BOYS' REEFERS 0e lot of odds ana
ends worth up to $13.50 in sisss 3 to 12
years at $3.95: one lot worth up to S6.50
1 in the January Clearance dJO 7C
Sale at P& a a if
BOYS' COAT SWEATERS InehidiBg
whits, brown, grey, red and aavy. All
wool quality, worth to $1.25.
January Clearance Sale, each.
DRAW STRING BLOUSES One lot of
high quality soisette and madras blouses
in white and colors; soft collar attached
style. 1.00 value. January
SHIRTS AND BLOUSES One lot or
odds and ends, in all colors mostly
neckband stvles. Values to SI. 00. - r
fl January Clearance Sale, each. ..mDC