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title: 'El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, January 11, 1913, Week-End Edition, Section C, Page 8-C, Image 8',
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I. PASO HEUALB
Saturday, January 11, 1913
Monday and Tuesday, Last Days Of This Great
All "Peetz" Front
Are now marked at Just Hair
?5.50 'Peetz" Corsets now. .$23i
$7.50 "Peetz" Corsets now. .$3.75
$10.00 "Peetz" Corsets now.. $5.00
This is a splendid opportunity for
those who like the front lace style
and who know a good value.
Mme. Irene $15.00 Corsets $9.50
lime. Irene $12.50 Corsets S7.45
Mme. Irene $10.00 Corsets $6.50
Mme. Irene $8.50 Corsets $5.95
All Chiffon and
In bogle and embroidery trimming,
arc reduced one-third!
36c Malines, in all colors, now.. 14c
36c Veilings, all shades, now. .'19c
Dress Trimmings at 1-3 off!
AJlover Laces at 1-4 off!
SOfc Braids at 1-4 off!
Novelty Lace Keckwear at less
than actual cost!
All cold weather merchandise must be sold prices were never so low---bargains never so plentiful as right now
when everything in the entire store must make way for the "Great White Fair' 'soon to astonish all El Paso--
come here Monday and Tuesday -prepared to find the greatest values yet offered!
S . - CALISHER'S . CALISHER'S CAIJSHERS CALISHER'S CALISHERS CALISHER'S CALISHEB'S I I
Wednesday the Great "White Fait"
Not an ordinary "white goods sale" but the most sensational and spec
tacular sale ever attempted in El Paso.
Watch the Cal-
lihey wiH tell a story of phenom
enal values such as have never
been known before and those "
who watch and wait will benefit
most by the savings in the Great
Watch For The
The lack of selling space in the
several sections will not permit of
our -offering all the best bargains
in one day, so every day will x
bargain day at the Great White
Wednesday Is the Day Tor White Values! Every Day of This Big Sale
Tou Will End More and Greater Values A Sale Vibrant With Sensa-
Women's Hats, Misses'
Hats, Children's Hats
Every Winter Hat in this Big Millinery
Section has had its price trimmed be
yond recognition to les3. in most in
stances, than the cost of the trimming
for -final clearance! ,
Hats worth to $10.00 (ft -j ff
A great selection of handsome styles to
Tailored English Walking Hats in light
shades, worth regularlv to dj5 Effe
$5.50, at "... DOU
Trimmed Hats worth $12.00 to $15.00,
.reduced lor clearance GJO
All Pattern Hats that we
marked up to $35.00,
Children's Hats worth to $2.50
Velvet Shapes worth to
$3.50, reduced to
AH" Willow and French Plumes, All
Feathers and Wings; at Just Half Regu
lar Prices! '
Mme. Sccssa's Free
Will be a feature of the entire week.
Mme. Scossa will demonstrate her
own European Facial Preparations
La France Rouge
Parisian Face Powder
and her famous Freckle Remover
FREE OF CHARGE!
The women of El Paso and elsewhere are cordially in
vited to meet Mme. Scossa who will be pleased to
demonstrate and explain the merits of her own prep
arations. (Guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Act)
Women's Flannelette Night Robes
Four Great Values in Four Big
Lot 1 79c each. Lot 3 95c each.
Lot 2 89c each. Lot 4 $1.25 each.
Come in all desired eolors and patterns in extra
quality warm flannelette, with silk braid and emb.
tan', black or white,
Corduroy Ribbed, in
black only Monday
4 AND 5 INCH FANCY RIB
BONS Worth to 40e yard, in
plain, moire and fancy
Final Clearance on Rugs and Draperies! AH
Real Oriental Rugs Reduced From 15 to
25 Percent Off Former Prices!
To those who appreciate the beautiful in Rugs this is an oppor
tunity not to be lightly passed over for Oriental Rugs are a
staple luxury oi more than ordinary worth, that grow ever more
beautiful with age and never wear out!
ALL WILTON VELVET, AXMINSTER, WOOL AUBUSSON AND
BRUSSELS RUGS HAVE BEEN REDUCED BELOW COST!
SHADES MADE TO MEASURE AT REDUCED PRICES!
As we desire to close out this department, and still have a large
quantity of material in stock, we will, for a limited timevmake
shades to measure at ACTUAL COST PRICE!
BED SPRINGS REDUCED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE!
$4.50 National Style Springs $25.00 Box Springs
Priced to close, at $3.50 Priced to close at $16.95
$7.50 Hellical Woven Wire Springs Band Supports, at $5.95
1 1-2 in. Heavy Polished Brass Curtain Pole Rings, each 2c
$ 9.00 Storage Box, matting $12.50 Storage Box. matting
covered, reed bound, at... 36.00 covered, reed bound, at... $950
$22.50 Cedar Chest at... $16.50 $35.00 Cedar Chest at. . .$27.50
ALL DRAPERIES AND COUCH COVERS REDUCEU IO CUSXI
Men's Undergarments in the Final Clearance
All Men's Wool Undergarments that regularly sell J -fl OA
for $L50,'2Q. Per Cent Off, now P A .x
All Men's Wool Undergarments that regularly sell (h- C
for $2.00, 20 Per Cent Off, now P A ""
All Men's Wool Undergarments that regularly sell drt Cf
for $2.50, 20 Per Cent Off, now. . .' P vJU
All Union Suits at $3.00, 20 Par All Union Suits at $5.00, 20 Per
Cent Off $2.40 Cent Off $4.00,
All Union Suits at $4.00, 20 er Men's "Meyers" Gloves, regular-
Cent Off -..$3.20 ly $1.25, Monday 95c1
All Union Suits at $350, 20 Per Men's $2.00 Hats at 75c
Cent Off $2.80 English Walking Styles.
A31 Women's and Children's Knit Undergar
ments at 20 Per Cent Off!
Basement Store Clearance Bargains !
$L00 Percale and Fleeced Wrappers
Come in fancy patterns, stripes and checks
Children's $1.25 Gingham and Percale Dresses
Come in desirable colors, prettily trimmed.
$1.25 Black or Fancy Sateen Waists at
Excellent quality, neatly trimmed, all sizes
Men's 50c Fleeced Undergarments at
An extra heavy quality, in natural color
Silk Covered Comforters $4.95 Down Comforters 1-4 Off,
Grand Final Clearance
High Grade Suits and Dresses
Women's Evening Costumes, worth to $175.00 tf
This final offering presents the greatest money saving opportunity ever offered in
this line to the people of El Paso The costumes and gowns that enter into this sale
are, exquisite creations of the present seasons most favored models, in charmeuse, crepe
meteor and brocaded satins, magnificently trimmed wlh bugle and metal appl:.jue nets and
ilouncings over chilion Models that were designed particularly ior the "Cnisher trade.
Beautiful, Charming Dresses for Evening and Street Wear Regularly worth from $27.50 to ?35.0Q, rt -j q i
now reduced to .v )lo,
This gathering presents a wonderful choice of materials and styles in every favored shade, daintily trimmed
silks, laces and fancy buttons A most exceptional value.
Women's High Grade Tailored Suits
Values up to $50.00 Half and less than Half Regular
Women's Fine Wool Tailored Suits rf gV
Values up to $22.50 Less than half the regularly
uiarKea prices. x
. Pressed Cut Dessert J 35c 4 Cord Brooms, np
Dishes, 3 for OC Monday only iOC
Regularly 5c each. v " (Limit one)
Box Washing Powder.
Cold Handle Tokers.
Steel Paring Knives.
Gallon Oil Cans.
Large Kitchen Forks.
Cake and Muffin Tins. Earfl
Steel Tack Pullers.
Large Coal Shovels.
Steel Screw Drivers.
Large Wash Basins.
Aluminum Salt & Pepper Sets.
Special Inducements for Large Women
Blue, Black and Brown Suits, worth to $27.50;, re
duced, to .
These come in the desired plain tailored models
beautifully made and lined in a choice of favored
materials. All the Highest Grade Suits, at $55.00 or more,
Are Now Being Sold at Just Half Former Prices!
All Furs, in Sets or Singly At Just Half Price!
Children's Bearskin Coats,
Misses' Novelty Wool Coats,
Values to $7.50
Reduced to $2.95
Extraordinary Clearance of Fine
Dress Materials Underpriced !
$1.00 50-inch Serges 69c
In red and black only full 50 inches wide, of rich color and
fine finish Regularly worth $1.00 jq
Monday -... ji
75-cent Dress Goods 48c
Full 36 inches wide, in black and colors, an excellent grade, of
rich, appearance, worth 75c, a q
$1.50 Fancy Silks at 88c
A very special feature Monday, beautiful patterns in rich color
ings of high grade silks all desired shades, regularly q q
51.50. Monday ...OOC
$2.00 Bengaline Silks $1.48
36 inch Crystal Cord Bengaline Silk in lustrous finish, black only
regularly $2.00. Monday, (J - A Q
$1.50 Velvet Taffeta $1.19
Full 36 inches wide, in all wanted shades, a high grade- silk cf
lustrous, velvety finish. " (J? 1 G
Monday ; j) X . X J
50c Wool Eiderdown 39c
Full 36 inches wide, in colors to please, a heavy grade; suited
for house robes or trimming. y
You save Six Cents on every one of these ar
ticles here Monday
15-cent Small Wares 9 Gents
Tooth Brushes, large or small,
Colgate's Glycerine, 15c bottle
for . 9c
India Rubber Fine Tooth
Coat Shields gc
'Sew-On" Hose Supporters. .9s
Colgate's Shaving Cream,
Large White Chamois 9c
Idalia Tooth Powder, -15e sie,
in glass 9;
Sutol Vanity Face Powder,
Embroidery Edging, 15c piece
Fancy Braids, 3 pieces for. . 9c
liegeman's Peroxide Soap,
Bikers Corn Kemedy, 15c size,
Violet Kice Powfler (white),
for "....' ..',... 9c
Pearl Buttons, 3 cards for. . .Sc
Snapper Dress Fasteners, 3
Powder Puffs, 15c size, each 9c
worth to $2.50 . . .
A Monday extra special a splen
did choice of colors.
f HEART JU U!m V" IbU-v -l -S35K31
The Great White Fair Wednesday, Jan. 25 'fh Prepare
For the Greatest "Surprise Sale" Ever Known!
CONVICT ROAD GAN&
TO LEAVE'SANTA ROSA
iew Road CommlsslonerK Say It In Too
Expensive to Mnlntnln Convict
Santa Rosa, N. 1L, Jan. 1L That the
convict sang doing road work in this
f ount since last June will be removed
it an early date is the opinion of these
who seem to be in a position to know.
It is stated in courthouse circles that
lie new coHnty road commission has
notified the county commissioners to
arrange at once to dispense with the
convict camp now here, in the interest
or. economy. Over $4000 have already
been spent on this camp since the con
victs began work in this county, and
the county has borne half of this ex
pense. While the road already con
structed by this gans- comprises some
ot the best road work in the countrv,
the cost of construction with this
labor is little, if any, less -expensive
than that done with free labor. It
is not announced where the camp now
trr W'U be removed to, nor whn.
The first fire loss here for several
months occurred during the cold snap
that has just passed over this section.
The home of Antonia Chavez, a widow
living with her six year old grand
child caught fire about ?.iidnight anil
the building was completely gutted.
The severest weather for several
vears visited this section during the
recent cold wave, the temperature fall
ing to 10 degrees below zero, and the
coldest day registering a maximum of
only 16 above. A second drop in tem
perature registered seven below. The
storm wave brought with it a six inch
fall of snow, witji one tenth of an inch
The board of county commissioners
adjourned last- night after a five day
session. Several night sessions were
held during the week in order to dis
pose of the business.
Hotel rase. Del JTorte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid
night. Meals served a la carte excel
Wright cleans clothes cleanest.
600 K. Stanton. Phones 16 and S97.
To Phoenix-EI Paso Building Co., to
erect brick dwelling, lots 15 and IS.
block 121, East El Paso: estimated
To Phoenix-El Paso Building Cp.. to
build brick residence, lots 4 and 5,
block 30, Alexanders addition; esti
mated value J2S00.
rvorth side of Texas-Pacific, between
Rayner and Piedras streets G. C.
Smith to John J. Rabon and Mary Ra
bon. lot 9, block "A," East El Paso;
consideration $150. Dec. 14. 1912.
Kan Ellzario. Texas Marcos Ortiz
and wife to Lorenzo B. Zambrano, tract
of land, San Elizarlo grant: consider
ation $60. November 13. 1911.
Southeast corner of Tularosa and Ce
bada streets Edwards & Edwards
Realty company to W. E. Pruett, lots
29 to 32, block S3, East El Paso; con
sideration $1600: Jan. 10, 1913.
South side of Boulevard, between
Dallas and Lee streets Christian H.
Gimbel and wife to J. D. Lowe, lot 3
and westerly half of lot 4, block 52,
Franklin Heights consideration $1600,
Dee. 7. 1912
Fabens, Texas C. M. Kewman, Mra
Newman Mapel and husband to E. S.
Newman, surveys 126 and 12V, San Ell
zario grant: consideration $10: Jan. 2.
Fabens, Texas E. S. Newman to H.
P. Jackson, H. D. Camp, Lee H. Orn
uorff and -Cyrus H. Jones, surveys
1-6 and J27. San Ellzario grant: con
sideration $5500: Jan. 6. 1913.
South side of Montana, between Wil
liams and Dallas streets J. T. FIte
and wife to J. G. Staus. undivided one
half interest in lot 22 and easterly half
of lot si, block 5S. Franklin Heights;
consideration $1350. Dec. 31, 1912.
El Paso county. Texas F. P. Gibson
and wife and T. C. Turk and wife to
K. D. Skinner, sections 5, 9, 10. 24 to
28. block 57. public school land, con
sideration $5272. Dec 7, 1912.
El Paso county, Texas O. F. Halev
to Dave Watson, sections 23 and 2 4.
block 89, public school land; consider
ation $10; June 29. 1912.
Licensed tp 'Weil.
R- G. Barber and Alice Binkl
Zeiton Oriza and Adela Garcia.
15- F. Baker and Mildred L. Wheat
field. Philip Kavser and Antonia Lagunas.
1-Su. J. E. Hawkins, 1220 Magoffin
j avenue: five passenger Maxwell. '
L,;!10MS- M- VarSs, 1511 Canal
1 street: Dec. 11.
To Mrs. E. Luerano. 410 South Ochoa
I street: Dec. 28.
10 .Mrs. u. c. Brans, 140S Myrtle
avenue: Dec. 30.
To Mrs. L. V. Aguirre. 628 East
TO Mrs. a ViHegas, 505 Hill street
I irm- tioys.
To Mrs. P. Jf. Vargus, 1910 Michigan
To Mrs. B. Trugeo, Walnut street
Nov. 29. ;
To Mrs. Clmente Sllva, Oregon ami
Eleventh: Jail. 4.
To Mrs. Art-adio Flores, Fourth and
i:i Paso. Decj 22.
J MILLIXKRY lis STOLEN
FROM JiyRTLE AVENUE STORE
Sometime yiuring Friday night bur-
Jars enterel Broch's branch millinery
tire dn.Mv-rtle avenue, between Kan-
m3 :1TI(1 C41T,Y,VU11 5ltrBdta QOKII.i ... ..
number of millinery articles. l'h- po
lice statecij the burglars left no clue.
I se Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
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PLAN TO REDUCE
Washington. P. C Jan. 11. Plans
for customs reorganization, comprising
a revolutionary change in the bound
aries of customs districts, are so close
to completion that within a month
secretary MacVeagh, of the treasury
department, expects to submit the
scheme to president Taft for approval.
It becomes effective July 1.
The plan contemplates the reduction
of the existing 150 customs districts to
50 With a few exceptions each state
will constitute one customs district.
ever lach n ,fniU and Texas, how
tri, whiu ' hive two or three dis
sSSm Jm L several of the interior
states will be grouped into one district.
ii5S rery department has de
JK' ,annPHn?e a" oI the Propose!
tha? ?h. ifttaI1 ,wlth the statement
t?ntHv w0,e Plan at present was
tfv it wff0,40?5 ?nd representa
inSr t'hl h8 decred, are bombard
ainr fparVnnt wltB Protests
sfaatensStrC05itset.ted acUon ln their
Use Domtic Coke.
Southwestern Fue: Uc
A Complete Stock of the Kind we Can Guarantee
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.