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L PASO HERALD
.Fridaj, January 10, 1913
A Satisfying Sale for Men
AS this January Clearance Sale becomes better known more men are tak
ing advantage daily of Clearance prices. No article in men's wear but
there is a very radical reduction, the only exception being a few collars or the
like. Outside of this exception, everything in men's goods is offered at the
deepest reductions. For Saturday's selling we have selected as examples
Hart Schaffnef & Marx, Rogers Peet
and "Fitform" Clothes at
These Big Cut Prices
$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
$12.50 to $15.00 Suits at.. $10.00
Clearance of Men's Shirts
LOT 1 Broken, lines of men's stiff bosom shirts, in white
and colors. Values to $1.50. January Clearance Sale
LOT 2 Men's $1.00 Columbia shirts without reserve, so in the
January -Clearance sale at, your choice
LOT 3 lien's $1.50 to $2.00 Bates Street shirts in all sizes.
January Clearance Sale price, each ,
LOT 4 Men's flannel shirts the sort for work. $1.00 value.
January Clearance Sale, each
LOT 5 Men's $1.50 and $2.00 flannel shirts the Eagle brand. rt - -g j
with collar attached. January Clearance Sale price tj) J. A O
Semi-Annual Sale Manhattan Shirts
Men's $1.50 Manhattan Shirts $1.15
$2.00 '" " $1.38
$2.50 " " $1.88
ti tfn ff ec CS r
$3.50 " $2.75
Clearance Sale of Men's & Boys' Shoes
THIS includes our entire stock of men's and boys' fine shoes in all leathers,
styles and sizes. Do not fail tQ take advantage of these exceptional
Clearance Sale prices. "
$5.50 and $6 Stacy Adams Shoes$4.95
$4.00 and $4.50 Ralston Shoes $3.45
$3.50 Fellowcraft Shoes $2.95
All $3.00 Men's and Boys' Shoes $2.65
All $2.50 Men's and Boj's' Shoes $2.15
All $2.25 Men's and Boys' Shoes $1.95
In Underwear and
& JLAHEZ RACE ENTRIES
FOR SATURDAY, JAX. 11.
First race, selling. 3 year olds and
up, 5 1-2 furlongs Jolly Tar 90, Ern
. est H. 92, Ferrona 97, Bredwell m99,
Vmohalko 102, Royal Dolly 162, Prin
cess Industry 106, Descendant 188,
Mike Molett 108, Burning Bush. 108,
Evran 108, Stare 108, Force 111.
Second race, selling. 4 year olds and
up. 1 mile Lady Young 98, Lehigh
100. Jack Ellis 103. Minnolette 103, El
Toro 103, Flying 105, Bonnie Bard 105,
Whiudeft 105. Lam bertha 105, Chief
Desmond 105, Crex. 105, Judge Walton
108, Falcada 110.
Third race, purse, 3 year olds and up,
6 furlongs Tilford Thomas 96. Upright
SG. Chapultepec 102, Dr. Dougherty 109.
Irish Gentleman 114.
Fourth race, selling, 3 year olds and
up, 5 1-3 furlongs Sharper Knight
97. King Stalwart 97, Mazurka 100,
Airs 106. Rio Pecos 108. Oscuro 108,
Ramsy 108. Gelico 108, Bobby Cook 108,
Oakland 109, Garland 111. Horicon 111.
Fifth race, selling, 4 year olds and
up, 6 furlongs Mandadero 102. Golden
Agnes 103. Anne McGee 103, Pipe Vis
ion. 103, Gimli 103, Rosenta 103, Lay
minster 103, Masalo 104, Percy Hender
son 105, Bob Lynch 108. Rogon 110.
Sixth race, selling, 3 year olds and
up. 1 mile Insurance Man 97, Feather
Duster 100, Console 105, Gold of Ophir
107. Swish 109.
Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race Six furlongs, selling,
four-year-olds and up, value $300. Lily
Paxton (Molesworth), 110, 8 to 1, 4 to
1. 2 to 1. won; Gift (Hoffman), 103,
5 to J, 8 to 5, even, second; Buss (Car
roll). i07, 6 to 1, even show, third.
Time, 1:14 1-5. Pedro, Tallow Dip,
Crez, Baden, Ztabtend, Originator,
Delmas, The Peer, Virginia Lindsey
Second race Five and one-half fur
longs, selling, three-year-ola value
J 300. Kiva. (Steele), 14. 3 to 2. 9 to
.ft. out, won; King Stalwart (McCabe),
i no. 10 to 1, 7 to 2, 6 to S. second;
Rooster (Henry), 112, 7 to -2, 3 to 5,
show, third. Time. l:7--2-5. Kenneth,
Caroia, Don Ramon ran. '
Thirl race One mile, selling, fojr-vear-olds
and up, value $100. Little
Marchmont (Gross), 118, 7 to 3. S to 5,
7 to 10, won; Fling (MacDonald), 100.
0 to 1, 3 to 1. even, second; Lehigh
BDrlingame), 103. 10 to 1, 6 to 5 show,
third. Time, 1:41. Ben Uncas, Ah
Moon. Lotta Creed, Jim Cafterata, Aft
ermath ran. -
Fourth race Six furlongs, selling,
touv-y ear-olds and up. value J300. Acu
men Burlingame), 112, S to 1, 4 to 1,
2 to 1, won; Just Red (C. H. Miller),
111. 6 to 1, 3 to 1, 3 to 2, second; Vene
tian Henry), 112. 5 to 1. even show,
third. Time, 1:13 3-5. Cnantieior,
Man' Emily, Le Harrison II., Lady
Tcung, Minnolette, Highland Chief,
Edmond Adams ran.
Fifth race Six furlongs. selling,
four-year-olds and up, value $308.
Parlor Boy (Buxton). 118, 9 to 10. 2 to
5. 1 to 5. won; Golden Agnes (Halsey),
S8. 20" to 1, 5 to 1, 2 to 1, second; An
nual Interest (Gross), 106, 4 to 1, even
show, third. Time, 1:14. Orperth. Quid
Nunc, Bob Lvneh, S. V. Hough, Lescar
Sixth race One mile, selling, four-year-olds
and up. value $308. Setback
(Burlingame), 10S, 9 to 10, 1 to 3, out,
won; Zoroaster (Dreyer), 105, 5 to 2
1 to 2, 1 to 4. second; Miss Korn
(Gross), 10. 10 to l G to 5 show, third.
Time, 1:39 2-3 Shorty N'orthcut, Rose
TO BE BUSY
(Continued From Page 1.)
Hotel Paso del orte.
The dining room and grill of HotPl
Pas" del Norte is open until midnight.
McjN strvfd a la urte liulkat str-Viv.e,
W. Vaugnan, Texarkana; J. C McXealas,
Dallas; W. J. Greer, Wills Point; Rob
ert L. Warren, Terrell; J. E. Kaufman,
Galveston; Quintus Watson. Giddings;
D. A. Paulus. Halletsvllle; W. Q. Mur
ray, Floresville; Julius Real. (Repub
lican). Kerrville; C. B. Hudspeth, El
Psso; J. G. Willacy, Corpus Christi; W.
A. Johnson, Memphis; O. G. Lattimore,
Fort Worth, and R. H. Carter, of Cen
ter. Suspended Sentence Lair.
Senator F. C Weineit, of Seguin, who
was reelected state senator, has ar
rived. The senator is very much in
terested in the suspended sentence law.
He was the author of this law, which
was declared unconstitutional by the
court of criminal appeals. He pro
poses to remove the constitutional ob
jections to this law and introduce an
other bill at the coming session of the
legislature. He has also other meas
ures effecting the penal system of the
state, but he does not care to discuss
then at the present time.
To Reform Judicial Practice.
Judge Barry Miller, of Dallas who
was made chairman of the legislative
committee at the district iudges' con
ference here, announces that he will
appear on January 22. before the house
and senate committee and present the
recommendations of the district judges
on the question of the proposed reforms
in the criminal and civil procedure of
the state. The bills are now beimr
dfte?,-mJuSe iii,,er &ctL to spend
f m.l "EX 2? durPs the legislature
forms "L lnese proposed re-
"Home Rule" Amendment Signed.
As was expected would be done the
governor has signed the proclamation
declaring the socalled home rule con
stitutional amendment adopted. This
action was taken on the advice of the
attorney general's department It is
insisted that the issuing of this proc
lamation declaring the amendment
adopted will not affect the con?estnow
on to determine the legality of the
adoption of the amendment. The
amendment gives cities of Texas the
right to adopt their own charters.
Montana street Is being resurfaced
from Cotton avenue to Pledras street
with two inches of asphalt at a cost rff
between $6000 and $8000. Tne South
western Paving company, which laid
the pavement last summer, is doing the
The plan which has been followed so
far is to resurface the north side of
the street and leave the south, side
open for traffic. 'However, this is to
changed, according to Dr. J. B. Brady
president of the Southwestern Paving"
company. Discussing the improvement,
he said Thrusday morning: "In future
we will resurface one block at a time
closing the whole block to traffic
while this is being done. It will be
necessary only to remove the asphalt
surface, which is two inches deep, and
replace it with better asphalt and new
stone. We had been ordered to use
California asphalt and, as it was re
ceived in hot weather and no test made
we could not tell that It was not as
good as it was supposed to be."
FOUNTAIN DAIRY LUNCH
Under American Trust fc Savings
Bank. cor. San Antonio & Oregon Sts.
AMERICAN DAIRY LUNCH
Cor. Texas & Stanton Sts..
American No. 1 consolidated with
D. E. H. MANIGAULT
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
410 Capies Building
El Paso, Texas Phone 4290
Jameson and wife, lot 7 and westerly
one-half of lot S, block 23, Colton addi
tion; consideration. $1150; December 2.
EL Paso county. Texas O. L. Mcll
haney to Turner Skaggs. south half of
section 18, block 42, public school
land; consideration, $2500; January 6,
Ysleta, Texas Frank R. Tobin. Felix
Martinez, H. H. Stark and T. M. Wingo
to Interurban Improvement company,
blocks 1 to 6, north of Ysleta, Christy
tract, eight acres, Ysleta grant; con
sideration, $98,312; October 21, 1912.
Ysleta, Texas Frank R. Tobin to
Tntnrnrlifln Tmnrotpment pomnanv.
f tract of land, Ysleta grant; considera
tion, $1658; octoDer si. 1312.
Licensed to Wed.
DesWerio Valles and Aurelia Lujan.
1285 Earl McDearman, 501 Mesa av
enue; Excelsior motorcycle.
H. J. Gault, engineer in charge of
surveys under the Elephant Butte
project, with headquarters in Las
Cruces. was in El Paso Thursday on
Accidents to the flesh
will happen, no matter
how careful you are.
El Paso county, Texas a. H. Ander
son. W. G. Jolly, V. E Ware, F. M.
Miller to G. W. Crutcher. lots 9 and 10,
block "L," Hague's subdivisionof Gov
ernment Hill. consideration, $",";n0;
Januarv 6 1 'u :
North m. of Mortana b twoeii
Thurln ,.,,1 7, r, r. j , n IPS j u.
C.ark and ri-d J. Uurk lj Charles x.
Eeot always in the house is
a guarantee of prompt treat
ment whenever tnero is a cut,
burn, bruise or other Injury to
the flesh of any member of the
family. The sooner these
wounds are treated, the greater
certainty that they will heal
without much pain or loss of
time, it is equally certain that
the torture of rheumatism,
neuralgia and sciatica, lame
back, stiff neck and lumbago
will he cased, and the diseaso
speedily driven out of the body.
If -you have it on hand the
suffering1 is short and the cure
is speedy and complete.
Price 25c, COc end $1.00 per
Stephens Eye Sa!ve Cures Sore :
Our Great "World of White" Sale Begins Monday
Thousands of people hereabouts know the "Popular's" World of
White. To them the simple announcement is enough. But there
are thousands of others who will discover this year for the first time
that the "Popular's" White Sales are different from any other
merchandise events anywhere. They are unique and quite in a class
by themselves. And even these who know the "Popular" Sales
best will be amazed at the scope, the variety, the marvelous values
that will make this sale the biggest in all our history. The full details
and prices will be given in Saturday's issue of the Herald and the
Sunday Times. Watch for them.
Saturday Night Will Witness The
Wind-Up of J
anuary lear anee oaie
Sensational Savings Scheduled For Final Day
KNITTED SHA LS j
and scarfs all wool quality in black,
white and grey. Values to $1.75.
January Clearance Sale; (J "S "j P
each . ." P 1 o 1 O
All wool. The kind we
regular way at Coc each.
January '"earancc Sale...
In white, black and the wanted col
ors. The tOc kind O O
The 25c kind in the January
Clearance Sale at
sell in a
Also cashmerettc, for both women
and children. These are the 50c
sort. January Clearance
Sale, a pair ;
Women's silk lined Mocha gloves, in
brown and grey. $2.00 values. Jan
uary Clearance Sale, a ( f E
. SJJ J. oTTC
""pHE FINISH of this unequalled sale is planned for accom-
plishment in a radiant outburst of vivid values. All previous
price parings will pale before the onslaught on prices now made.
Down drop figures marked on seasonable and satisfactory goods
to points but fractional portions' of usual cost.
. Winter goods, with weeks of cold weather yet to come, will not lag
long when people learn of these lowered pricings now announced.
But one day only can these economies be shared a fact that pru
dent buyers will turn to their profit by thronging here tomorrow.
You'll attend of course. Such savings are all too rare to be missed.
Read, heed and respond our guarantee is that every minute and
every cent you spend here will give you great returns.
Warm Underwear of Quality
WOMEN'S PANTS AND VESTS
Medium weight white cotton,
good fitting garments. 50c values.
January Clearance Sale, a
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS
good quality white cotton. The
65c sort. January Clear
ance Sale, a suit .
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS of
white cotton, good soft grade.
$1.00 is the regular price. Jan
uary Clearance Sale, 7Q
each 1 tC
WOMEN'S KNIT PETTICOATS
Cotton, in black, red, grey, light
blue, etc 65e values. January
Clearance Sale , a Q
each rO C
SEMYE MADE WAISTS
of handsome chiffon a waist that can
be made in ten minutes. They are
here in a few pastel shades; also navy,
brown, black and wisteria. Values to
$2.00. January Clearance 7C
Sale, each I OC
50c TRIMMIN&J, 14c YARD
Galloons, edgings, Oriental and Baby
Irish Bands. Odds and ends, worth
up to 50c the yard. January
Soft linen finish lawn Handkerchiefs,
perfectly plain. Its ,our regular 5c
leader. January Clearance Q g
Sale. 12 for.. OOC
January Clearance of leather Hand-
Bags all good styles in black and
colors, made of 'Morocco, Seal, Goat
and Walrus; lined with leather or
75c and S5c values 59c
$1.00 ad $1-25- values 85c
$1.50 and $1.75 values . .$1.15
$2.00 and $20 values.. $1.05
$3.00 values only $2.45
Children's Leather Bags 25c
FINAL CLEARANCE IN
The Boy's Own Store
FIXAL Clearance on all Boy's Suits, worth up
to $6.00, including what is left of serges. Nor
folk and plain coat styles in fancy browns, greys
and blue mixtures. All these suits have knicker
bockers some being lined. Values to (J Q QP
$6.00. January Clearance Sale, each u)3t0
BOY'S SUITS A lot of 200 in tans, browns and
greys all have knickerbocker pants; sizes 7 to
17. Values to $4.50. January Clear- dJO ng
anee Sale, a pair P ooiO
IVAN FRANK SUITS in plain coat styles.
Values to $120 at $7.95; styles worth un to
?.ou in tne January Clearance
HUGE REDUCTIONS on boy's Norfolk, Buster
Brown and Sailor Blouse Suits. Investigate to
morrow. LAST CALL ON REEFERS Sizes 3 to 12 odds
and ends that must be sold. Values (frrp 7?
to $12.50 at $3.95; values to $7.00 at b& 3
BOY'S SWEATERS all wool V neck styles, in
white and the wanted colors. The $1.25 pj f
kind. Januarv Clearance Ralp UliC
wnrtT. TrmrirrroTtnnrvDt: ,-., :,., v ic. "5tet
some have watch pockets, peg tops, cut full and
roomy throughout. Real $1.25 values. rVk
January Clearance sale, a pair JyC
20 PER CENT REDUCTION on Boy's Winter
Underwear, Hats, separate knickerbocker pants,
Gloves, Sweaters and Overcoats.
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Wnmon'c ixrt nlnsn If til irlnvoa in
black, tan. brown and white; double WOMEN'S KNIT PETTICOATS an all pure wool quality that we have Women's German Silver Mesh Bags-
row stitched; all sizes. Extra J? always soia at $10 eacn. iney come in tne wanted, plain colors with
special value at a pair 3 C fancy borders. January Clearance Sale offers a remarkable 0 Q
F ' value, at each SOC
200 pieces of fancy.hair bow ribbons
new designs of taffeta and satin, in
Persian stripes, checks and plaids;
light and dark color combinations
One of the best values in the tfj J"
sale. at. a yard SOC
25c Sanitol Cold Cream 16c
$1.00 Pinaud's Eau de Quinine
Hair Tonic. 69c
35c Java Rice Face Powder- 28c
2Sc Rubifoam Tooth Wash 17c
25c Superba Rice Powder 16c
1 lb. Bar 4711 Glycerine Soap 27c
Tooth Brushes to 25c at 10c
10c Hair Pin Cabinets 7c
"10c Pin Cubes at . 7c
Coats Darning Cotton, 3 for 5c
Spiral Collar Stays, '2 for 5c
5c Darners for only 3c
25c boxes of Colonial Hair Pins. . .18c
15c Child's "Velvet Grip" Sup
No. 2 and 3 "Omo"' Dress 'Shields
for : 18c
5c Fontaine Hook and Eyes, card 3c
Odds and Ends
Waists Worth to $5.00 at 95c
Odds and ends and broken lots of fine lingerie, voile and madras and pure
linen waists. The lingerie and voiles are beautifully trimmed in laces, and
the madras and linen waists are tailored styles; some hand-embroidered
others plain with large and small tucked fronts; laundered cuffs and col
lars. Mostly large sizes in linen 40, 42. 44. In other waists you'll find
most every size. Values to $5.00. To close quickly, take your qj-
Cn01C 3b. ... ......,, it J nT
$1.75 and $1.93 French
Flannel Waists 95c
Nifty tailored shirt styles in women's
French flannel waists; numerous color
stripes in tan, grey and white back
grounds, also plain colors. These
have soft roll collars, French turn
back cuffs and patch pocket. Our
regular $1.75 and $1.95 lines in one
lot at, yonr A -g ,,-
Silk Waist Special $1.95
Odds and ends in women's fine chif
fon, taffeta and messaline silk waists,
in black, brown, light blue, taupe and
pink; prettily trimmed and well
made. These waists are all this sea
son's newest styles, and would be
cheap at $4.95. January 4l 1 O C
Clearance Sale, each 0 JL 3
$6.50 Silk Waists $2.95
One lot consisting of odds and ends
of women's fine silk messaline, taf
feta, chiffon and Dresden silk waists
in manyof the most popular shades of the season. Numerous styles to
select from handsomely trimmed. Values up to aid in- (j?f? QE
eluding $6.50. January Clearance Sale J)fca0
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(I MI fP$
sizes b l-2xo and Vxo inches,
wide and narrow mountings.
$3.75 values. January Aft JQ
Clearance Sale VOi
Large assortment Barrettes and
Back Combs in shell and am- Q Q
ber plain or fancy O c7 O
Brooches and Bar Pins in seed pearl,
brilliants and colored set- 0&
tings. Special OJ?C
Sale 7 to 9.
NAIL BRUSHES ia assorted sizes
and shapes. Values up as high as 50c
each. After Supper Sale ty o
(Limit two Brushes.)
HIND'S HONEY AND ALMOND
CREAM the one toSet preparation
that should be in every home this cold
weather. It preserves and beauti
fies the skin. 50c seller y r
(Limit One Bottle.)
POUND BOX TALCUM POWDER
the "Eureka" takora itfs ideal after
the bath. Full pound boxes
for only A LP C
Limit two boxes)
Read Our Men's Ad
J This Page
Protect Your Child's HealthBay
Warm Coats and Dresses
Have you ever stopped to think how much cheaper it is to buy your
little girl a warm coat and dress, (thus protecting her health) than
it is to pay doctor bills? Especially during this January Clearance
prices are brought down to an almost incredibly low point. Read
$ j..yo uoar.s.....$ JLld $ 2i.95 Dresses... $ 2.45
$ 4.00 Coats $2.45 $ 5.00 Dresses. . .$ 3.05
$ 5.00 Coats $ 3.95 $ 7.50 Dresses... $ 545
$ 7.50 Coats... :.$ 5.45 $10.50 Dresses... $ 7.25
$10.50 Coats $ 7.25 $12.50 Dresses... $ 8.95
$12.50- Coats. . . . .$ 8.95 $15.00 Dresses. . .$10.95
$15.00 Coats ..... $10.95 $17.50 Dresses . S12 45
$17.50 Coats $12.45 Sizes 2 to 14 years'
WOMEN'S COATS WORTH
UP AS HIGH AS $22.50
All sizes of full length fancy checked all wool mixtures with large
collars to protect you from the cold belted bacb, deep cuffs, pockets
and fancy buttons; blanket coats with large corduroy collars and cuffs,
pockets and fancy buttons; boucles, zibelines and other wanted mater
ials, trimmed with braids, buttons, etc, in the season's most popular
ityles. Not a coat m the lot worth less, than $15.00 and many
""" "f "6" ?"..- u. -n unequalled
coat at . . .
to save a neat
sum on a
Crowds Are Flocking to the Basement to Attend the
Great Clearance of Shoes
WOMEN'S PARTY SLIPPERS 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 A -i fg
Clearance Sale vP A Uii
HOUSE SLIPPERS 150 pairs, in strap
an ! matron patterns. Values up to $2.00.
January Clearance Sale, a tC
WOMEN'S HIGH SHOES 300 pairs in
button and blucher patterns, hand turn
and Goodyear welt soles tipped and
plain toes. Made of patent kid, patent
colt, vici kid, gun metal calf, tan, Rus
sia calf, etc., with velvet, cravenette
and dull kid tops; Cuban and military
$4.00 Pink and Gold Satin Party
Slippers with Em- j. - j A
broidored vamps . . . . ?U
heels. Values to
Clearance Sale, a
MISSES AND GROWING GIRLS LOW
HEEL SHOES 300 pairs, made in but
ton and. blucher styles, with extension
solos. They are velvet, suede, patent
kid. vici kid and gun metal" calf and
patent colt with velvet and colored kid
tops some in Jockey Boot patterns with
white and kid tops. Values to $4.0&.
January Clearance Sale, a 6" QC
All our $4.50 and $4 shoes. .$3.15
All our $3.50 sKbes, a pair. .$2.75
All our $3.0oJhoes, a pair. .$2.45
All our $2.50 shoes, a pair. .$1.95
All our $2.00 shoos, a pair. .$1.65