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L PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, Jan. 15, 1913
LAS CRUCES MAN IS
STRICKEN AT HOME
Assistant Postmaster Shevnn Has Des
perate Fifjht For IJfe When
Overcome By Sadden
The El Paso Herald's automobile
leaves The Herald office at 3:30
oclock every afternoon, except Sun
days, for all points on county road
and for Las Cruces. The car returns
to El Paso from The Herald's Las
Cruces office (the Pos toff ice News
stand) at 7:30 p. m. Arrangements
can be made with Dessauer Bros., at
Las Cruces, for delivery of The Her
ald. Mall subscribers in the Mesilla
valley can get The Herald from the
postoffice box Immediately after the
auto arrives. Items for the Las
Cruces department will be given
careful attention If mailed to Mrs.
Herbert Yeo. P. O. Box 402. or tele
phoned to her at Phone 273.
Las Cruces, N. SC Jan. 15. David
Shev&n, assistant postmaster of Las
Cruces, was taken suddenly ill at h.s
home on Miranda avenue about noon
j esterday and for quite awhile his
condition was considered critical.
Dr. B. L. Lane was called and Mr.
Shevan rallied and hopes are now en
tertained for his recovery. Not feeling
very well early yesterday morning Mr.
Snevan thought best not to go to work.
He was standing in his home when
he fell and struck his head. The fall
is thought to have been due to heart
trouble, brought on by an attack of
District court will convene here in
The electric light company is re
pairing breaks in its pipes. Miranda
and Florida avenues are yet flooded.
W. E. Lewis and son. C. T. Lewis,
who came here from Santa Fe have f
gone to El Paso. Their home Is I
u.q(3 fZa HHi a tmiinn- mar fe. ?fTc I
and had to be carried on a cot.
The Sew and So society met at the
home of Mrs. Herbert Yeo on Mir
anda avenue yesterday afternoon. Re
freshments were served. The next
meeting of the club will be held at
ihe home of Mrs. Josephine. Loe on Mir
anda avenue next Tuesday afternoon.
The body of Patrick Mitchell, who
died at the home of Mrs. Graham last
Friday was interred here this morn
ing, the Knights of Columbus taking
charge. The deceased was a native of
Ireland and it is said had no rela
tives in this country.
Mrs. Martin Lohman has gone to
Los Angeles, Calit, having received
word of her son, Herbert's illness.
Mrs. S. S. Lyon and daughter, Mrs.
J T. Marshall and child have left for
their home at Scott, Kansas, after vis
iting in the home of Mrs. Lyon's
daughter, Mrs. J. T. Eckert.
At the meeting of the music club
held at the home of Mrs. J. P. Monty,
the program consisted of children's
music Refreshments were served. The
next meeting will be held at the home
of J. W. Stevens, on Amador street
Monday night, Jan. 27.
Mrs. Orrin Foster, one of the editors
of the Rio Grande Republican, who has
been sick at her home, is again aoie
the be at her desk.
J. K. Flanders, of this place, is in
El Paso on business today.
Mrs. P. R. James is again able to
be on the street, after two weeks ill
ness, due to grip.
Mrs. L. B. Radnall left here for El
Paso this morning.
COLLEGE ORATORS PRACTICE
FOR DEBATE WITH EL PASO
State College, N. M., Jan. IS. The
first tryout for the preparatory debat
ing team to meet the Bl Paso High
school was held in Hadley HalL The
subject debated was, "Resolved. That
Woman Suffrage Should Be Adopted
by the U. S." The negative side won the
debate. The evening's entertainment
was under the supervision of the Co
lumbian Literary society.
Mabel Palmer, a student here last
semester, was married in CerillosL N.
M.. on Jan. 6, to Oswald Dignios. They
went to Denver for their honeymoon
and will live in Santa Fe.
Julia and Henry Hamblen, of Mexico
City, have returned to the college for
Lannus "WeddelL '15 has been elected
president of the Columbian Literary
The student Bible classes have re
The athletic dance for Jan. 18 has
been called off on account of the
basketball teams leaving for El Paso.
Sotrie of the long distance runners
who are to represent the college during
the coming track season, are out every
Mrs. Eula. Richardson has returned
The date for the Junior- "Prom has
been set for Jan. 3L
The Strollers quartet appeared in
Hadley halL The company is composed
of Messrs. Humfeld, whitehead. Long
street and Thomas. Mr. "Whithead
played violin solos, Mr. Longstreet re
cited several Scotch poems, while the
other two young men were soloists.
"William Knorr has been elected presi
dent of the Agricultural club, Herbert
Smith, vice president, and Guy Hamil
ton, secretary, for the coming half year.
Miss Annie Ford has taken the posi
tion in the office as assistant to the
R. V. Ware, of .fecos. Tex., has en
tered the college for this semlster.
Mohler Temple, business manager of
the Round-Up, spent a day in El Paso.
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Bt" li- s
a great many
taking very kindly
very clever styles
just in and have priced
them very reasonably,
Phone Wright for good cleaning.
A Man Wears
to say nothing of his "Un
derwear, received the
best attention at our
Men of taste men
who are particular about
their linen, always send
it to us.
You'll find the reason
is that we have every
facility for doing the
work and the greatest
determination to please.
Sanitary and Fireproof.
412-414 S. Oregon St.
ED. W. PEW.
221 San Antonio St.
(f6 Texas St)
is proving very satisfac
tory to many shrewd
shoppers, as a money
HIPPODROME SKATING REVK.
Big couples' race tonight. Other
special events and races each evening
at 9 oclock, Have you seen Rube
White learn to skate? He takes the
cake, so you can not afford to miss
seeing him. Every -night this I week
with no extra admission. Adv. "
"CUTEST GIRL IS TOWN."
Commencing with Saturday matinee,
the Glass company will be seen In the
famous Jesse Mae Hall satire on marry
ing nobility, at the price of American
womanhood and dollars, at the Craw
ford. Those who make early reser
vations are the only ones who will
uu. uc uiBu.yyumi.ea. Aaverusemeni.
CROWDS CRAWFORD BOUND.
Capacity aptly describes the attend
ance at the Crawford theater la3t
night where "The Lion and the Mouse
is being presented for the first time
in El Paso, at under the regular $2.50
scale of prices. Think of the excel
lency of the company, and then con
sider 25 and 35 cents, and the reason
The same play up to and Including
Friday night only. Reserves at Ryan's
drug store. Advertisement,
EL PASO THEATER.
The City or the Country.
Where was the best in you brought
This is the problem raised by Clyde
Filcn JLn. h.!s 'S'v"4 greatest play,
"The City," which, produced at the
Lyric theater in New York after its
author's death, has caused a genuine
sensation. It deals with the lure of
the metropolis for the boy and the
girl from the country the call of the
city's grinding, growing forces of civi
lization that, particularly to the young
seems to spell "opportunity." Fitch
does not dodge the issue. His char
acters which come from a village in
western New York, are put to the
crucial test It is a mirror held to
life; some succeed -while others fall.
To tell the entire story would be to
rob the play of a part of its charm.
Its appeal, however, its lesson and
its moral so home to all. It is a play
whlch every father and mother should
attend and make certain that their
children see as well.
January IT, IS, 19. Seat sale to
morrow at Ryan's. Matinees Saturday
and Sunday. Advertisement
"KJWGS OF THE FOREST.
Tonight is "ragtime night" at the
Wigwam. The musical program will
be made up largely of light music and
the human voice pipes will sing a
"coon" song for the patrons' benefit
"Kings of the Forest," Seng's great
specially released feature, will bs
The Selig successes in this line,
"Back to the Primitive," "Captain
Kate," "Lost in the Jungle," "Sammy
Orpheus," and others of less pretension
have Inspired more interest In their
release than any polyscopic plays ey?r
produced. The practical experiences tf
the past have led to a more diversion
in a new animal piece entitled "Kings
of the Forest" which Is said to have
reached the acme of sensation, not in
the mere exhibit of trained animals,
but In their habits, as they naturally
kill and forage In the jungle.
"Kings of the Forest" has a big heart
throb based upon the mother's love
for her child, that is quickened to a
tremendous degree through the foray
'f a man-eating lion that visits the
w agi n -Rliere the lone child is sleeping
on to edge of the desert The idea
( DEMONSTRATION OF )
All This Week. You Are Invited "
Madame White, who is conceded to be one of the
greatest authorities in America on the little
secret arts of beauifying the form feminine, is
here direct from New York to demonstrate the
famous La Vida Corsets. "We invite all our
friends and visitors to the store to come and
share these beauty secrets, and consult Madame
"White as to their corsets or other fashion needs.
The La Vida models shown
are absolutely the daintiest ex
amples of corset craft that we
have ever seen, and we are sure
that our friends will be delighted
-with their dainty, shapely
beauty. They work wonders in
perfecting figures that require
improvement, and are equal to
any custom-made corset.
As most women are keenlv
alive to the important role good
corseting plays in the art of
dress, we feel that this will be a
most interestng occasion to our
Prices Range from
$3.50 to $12.50
! e Case
Special Purchase and Sale of
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Fall Suits and Overcoats
Values to $32.50
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Copyright Hut Sdafiaer & Mirx
See San '
Our Mr. L Weiss, on the
way to New York last
week, stopped off in
Chicago and purchased
from the world re
nowned house of Hart
Schaffner and Marx their
surplus stock of Pall Suits
and Overcoats, at a big
price concession. In the
lot you will find sizes for
men of every proportion
long, stout, extra long, ex
tra stout, regular, etc.
Besides this special pur
chase we include our regu
lar stock at this wonder
fully low sale price of $18.
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Boarding and Day School. All Grades. Primary through High School.
Winter Term Begins Tuesday, January 7.
MISS SLATER AND MISS TAFEL, PRINCIPALS.
pf a Hon stalking Its prey is interest
ing in itself, but the sight of it leaping
upon the quarry and dragging it awav
to its cave is something difficult to
describe. This is one of the big en
lodes in this new wonder from the
Sellg Polyscope company. Adv.
WAR DEPARTMENT TO REARR iXCE
I1UIGADE COMMANDS OF ARM1
Washington. D. C, Jan. 15. The con
ference of general officers of the army
u progress here, considering plans for
army reorganization, has concluded Its
labors. Of its results, secretary Stim
"The agreement was unanimous that
a tactical organization -hould he adopt
ed at once based on a divisional and
brigade formation. The only question
at issue is as to the first step how
far it hould go. Probablv there will
be somi m arrange im lit of tin existing
commands tcij shod, jml it is ceitain
that i shall pi . . j with tup reali
zation of thu brigades cun.posd of
three regiments each, even though it Is
not possible at present to gather each
brigade at one point."
The new features of the Salt River I
reclamation nrnlpct ,n heintr Miahd t
to mmnlptmn "Mwr rnxrer hnnqnc .,.1 I
ditional canals and improvements of
present norks are all being handled
v Ith rapid m
Silks and wol as i leaned. 'W right.
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EACH day bring an increasing number of value-seeking shoppers to this
store each day sees many dollars saved for those who accepted the
economy opportunities presented by this underselling White Event.
Although the values offered are certain to be one of the strongest factors in
inducing you to buy during this "White Event, it is by no means the sole argu
ment that should influence you to buy white wear at this time aside from
splendid values offered you will find the garments unusually well made,
sizes correctly proportioned and quality of materials all you could wish for.
Those who have already visited this "World of "White have been quick to
recognize these features and it is be cause they fully realized that the values
offered were extraordinarily unusual, that our sales have been up to Jbigh
water mark since the opening day. ,
Dainty Undermuslins at Noteworthy Savings
NEW lots of undernmslins brought forward from reserve stocks that
women will fairly revel in. There are dainty Princess Slips, Corset
Covers, Chemise, Skirts, Combinations, Gowns and Drawers. Without a
doubt this is the greatest undermuslin display shown here and at very at-
Garments at 25c
A splendid assortment of long and short
skirts and full length gowns trimmed iu
embroidery, tucks and hemstitching. Un-
equaled values while they last
Garments at 45c
A thousand dainty garments to select from
combinations, chemise, corset covers,
gowns, skirts and drawers, all trimmed in
lace, ribbon, embroidery, etc AlSLgm
Matchless values at TrOC
Garments at 59c
By far the largest variety of undermuslins
ever shown at this pri skirts, drawers,
gowns and corset covers lace, ribbon, em
broidery, tucks and hemstitching. gQ
Garments at 95c
Combinations, gowns, chemise, corset cov
ers, drawers and skirts, made of crepej
cambric, longcloth and nainsook lace, rib
bon and embroidery trimmed. Ex
tra big values at, garment...,
Garments at $1.45
Choice assortment of immaculate garments
of batiste, crepe and nainsook gowns,
chemise, drawers, combinations, corset
covers and Princess slips lace, ribbon and
embroidery trimmed some I AC
hand embroidered.... ,...PA jsO
Garments at $1.95
High Art undergarments of batistes, nain
sook, crepe and longcloth corset covers,
gowns, skirts, drawers, chemise, princess
slips and combinations hand embroidered,
lace, ribbon and embroidery ri -9 Q C
trimmed P JL aSO
Garments at $2.45
Beautiful undermuslins the fine lace, rib
bons and embroidery make each piece a
work of art. Gowns, corset covers, chemise,
skirts, drawers, Princess slips d0 A C
and combinations. Choice PfrO
Garments at $2.95
New, beautiful creations Gowns, combina
tions, Princess slips, chemise, corset covers,
skirts and drawers; gorgeously trimmed
and hand embroidered. The materials are
batiste, nainsook and longcloth. J O Q C
Choice ... Pb0
At $3.45 to $6.50 Up
Princess slips, combinations, long chemise,
gowns, skirts and drawers. Tiimmed in
shadow Bohemian, chrny, VaL Maltese and
Baby Irish laces and hand rt r ? ". up
embdy. ?3.45, $3.95, $45 PO.DU
Garments 1-3 to 1-2 Off
A lot of manufacturers samples and
slightly soiled and mussed garments
We've grouped all these, which are other
wise in perfect condition and ji to j off
blue penciled them....... J3 JZ
New Hand Emb. Amercanized French Undermuslins at 1-3 Underprice
In connection with the World of White Sale
of Undermuslins, we are fortunate in securing beau
tiful hand-embroidered Americanized French Under
mnslins at savings that represent a full third.
And these hand embroidered undermuslins arc
so far less in price than their rivals the French
Undermuslins that already women everywhere
are becoming enthusiastis.
Our representative procured these in the Boston
market at thi3 advantageous price. It was the
clean-up of the factory.
Prices are varied and include Gowns, Comhina-
tions, Princess Slips, Corset Covers, etc
Priced at 95c, $1.45, $1.95, $2.45 and $2.35
Laces and Embroideries at Prices You Will Like
X -a.uttj ana j&mDroiaenes oi sneer wmte so daintv and beautiful thv
will instantly win your favor, as will too, these lower-than-usual prices.
LIKE 1 Cambric, Swiss and nain
sook, beading, gallons, edgings and
insertings 1-2 to 4 inches wide.
A better value than ever
shown before at, a yd...... DC
LINE 2 2000 yards of handsome
embroidery headings and bands.
World of White Sale value Q
at, a yard 1'C
LINE 3 Baby matched sets" in
Swiss and cambric, all match sets,
1-2 to 2 1-2 inches 1 OjL
wide. Special a yard.. A &
LINE 4 18 inch embroidery, in
rare and beautiful designs. World
of White Sale, a in
LINE 518 and 27-inch embroid
ery and flouncings for baby
dresses, etc Baby Irish designs.
Best value ever offered AQl
at, yard ..rfrC
LUTE 627 inch flouncings for
dresses, exquisite new designs that
will please the feminine heart.
World of White Sale, 7Q
yard -.. C
LINE 7 Allover Swiss and cam
bric embroidery a special impor
tation in the newest designs.
World of White Sale, g-Q
LINE 8 Our own importation of
fine Swiss embroidery in eyelet
- and baby Irish effects; suitable
for children's and misses dresses.
Extra special value at, qa
yard ...j.. OtC
LINE 945 and 27 inch floun
cings in baby Irish designs in ba
tiste also eyelet embroidery.
Priced for the World of aq
White Sale, at yard tOC
LINE 10 New and beautiful de
signs in Swiss and nainsook all
over embroidery. This must be
seen to be appreciated, qq
World of White Sale, a yd0 C
LINE 11 15 inch Swiss eyelet
and blind effects some of the
best patterns shown in lingerie.
Especially cheap in the World
of White Sale at
yard ....... ......
LINE 12 15 inch flouncings in the very new pin
wheal and numerous other effects. See
this Ismdsome material at, yard. . .
LINE 13 15 inch French voile floncings in luxurious
styles satin stitch the most perfect .d- Qg
hand embroidered effects. Special at, yd V 1 IO
LINE 14 Especially inviting is this display of new
est flouncings in Baby Irish effects on voile conven
tional and floral designs with bands to dJO Q
match. Special, a yard. . P 1 ?
LINE 1 Narrow linen and cotton machine
Torchon lace 1-4 to 3-4 jnches wide. World
of White Sale, yard
LINE 2 Linen Torchon edging and insertion
match 1-2 to 1 1-4 inches wide. World of
White Sale, 12 yards
LINE 3 Machine made Knen Torchon laces and
Values in Table Linens
TABLE DAMASK Silver bleached and pure white all
linen damask. Regular 85c and $1.00 values, pq
World of White Sale, a yard .-.OJ7C
(No Napkins to Match.)
TABLE DAMASK All pure linen satin damask, snow
white; pretty floral and conventional patterns, 72 in
ches wide. A good $1.25 quality. World of QC
White Sale, yd , JOC
(22x22 inch Napkins to match, ?3.29 doz.)
TABLE DAMASK Extra heavy, double faced satin
damask all pure linen. Attractive designs. An ex
tensive selection the finest products of the largest
mills in Scotland and Ireland. $1.75, ?2.00 d -a jq
and $2.25 values at, yard P1.DJ7
(24x24 inch Napkins to match $5.29 doz.)
Chiny odd and matched setsa 11-2 to 3 inches
wide. World of White Sale, yard UC
LINE 4 Normandy and Plat VaL Lace, match seta
from 1 to 5 inches wide, suitable for lingerie
dresses, waists and underwear. World of q
White Sale, yard 03C
LINE 5 1000 bolts of German and French VaL laces
these come in the best designs, and are suitable
for the daintiest lingerie garments. Bolts of a q
12 yards for ftOC
LINE 6 1 1-4 to 4 inch linen Cluny edgings and in
sertions odd and match sets, suitable for trim
ming Ramie linen, Ratine and other heavy fabrics
to be used this spring. Comes in white and j r
ecra. World of White Sale, yard JLC
LINE 7 Oriental and Shadow allover bees, suitable
for yokes and sleeves in lingerie dresses. They are.
here in whjte, cream, ecru and black. 18 inches
values at, yard OC J
Longcloths and Nainsooks
LONGCLOTH We purchase our longclotha di
rect from the weaving establishments and mills,
thereby saving a jobber's commission. All
these materials are put up in 12 yard bolts
and sold by the bolt at these World of White
prices. We invite comparison of qualities and
NO. 386 LONGCLOTH-Comes in loom end
lengths, but put up into 10 yard bolts. Ck
Very special at, a bolt Ot?C
No. 50012 yard bolts.
No. 60012 yard doHh
No. 100012 yard holts.. "
No. 200612 yard bolt
No. 500012 yard bolts eoa
NAINSOOK-Fine quit sofin, 10 and
14 yards m a pwee, put up in a neat box.
Sold by the piece.
No. 850 36 ineh-10 yard bolts. . 95c
5m!& ??k 12 yard bolts w.$1.59
x-0' 3t,.neh10 yrd Wte... -.... $1.45
tx ,1 Ta,nsk 12 yard bolts $1.89
c?"?1 reath"-12 yard bolts. $2.45
Shadow Pla,d 12 yard bolts .-...$3.19
JSo. 15S, 36 inch 12 yard bolts $2.85