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"Wednesday, Jan. Id, 1913
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The Great White Fair-
A Scene of Wondrous
The Big "Calisher" Store with the most wonder ful display of snowy white goods mountains and billows
of it, presented a magnificent scene, with the thousands of El Paso's fair sex, each vieing with the other for
the big special values offered everywhere in every nook and corner of the great store for SUCH BAR
GAINS are indeed a rare occurrence.
Up to 40c
To-tHbse vho were disappointed the
first day in not securing just the
piece they most desired, this offer
will be dot&ly significant, for they
know that such values in embroid
eries have never been offered before.
This special Thursday offering in
cludes skirtings, corset coverings,
yide bands, edges and insertmgs, in
short and long lengths, in beautiful
patterns on fine, strong and service
able materials in fact, -worth up to
40c the yard Thursday, at
Other embroidery specials at
48c and 95c
Jr See Uncle "Eph" and jr
Aunt Elisa, with their ff . Ij
h tfJk pickaninnies, in our IM I) I
1 l!, Texas Street Window J y 4 hi
Surprise Extra !
Lingerie Dresses Worth
$2.00 and $2.50
To be frank these dresses were
purchased to be sold at quite a little
more but through a misunderstand
ing, the sizes we received were all
the smaller ones from 10 to 16
years and of course will fit only
small sized women and misses but
the value They're beauties in fine
lawns and lingerie, with beautiful
trimmings of allover embroidery and
bands, fine laces and tucks -Dresses
that in the ordinary way would .cost
as much as $2.50. Thursday, a
Great White Fair Special at
All afternoon and evening trains for
Wednesday are reported on time.
Why pay 51.00 per sour when you
can get your work done for 75c per
hour? We employ union labor; lowest
prices on material.
Cnalltr House, 110 N. Stanton St
Texas Electrical Supply Company.
Are at Clifton.
T. M. Schumacher, vice president of
the Southwestern system, accompanied
by tarffic manager A. N. Brown, is at
Clifton and Morenci on an inspection
trip of the Southwestern properties In
Auto Ambulance, Peak Undertaking Co.
Mr. Frank's yard eggs, 50c
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Carrying Hra Knuckles.
H. P. Hastings was arrested by
deputy constable G. Brooks Tuesday
mgnt on a cnarse btuuib , immi-
xiiu uumiudub win
of brass kunckles.
be arraigned for
trial in the county
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg:
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg.
Other While Dress Specials at
Mme. Irene Corsets
Worth to $25.00
(All Broken Lines.)
IPr VTSTft e
Waists, worth to
Attends Fraternity Meeting.
A. G. Foster, jr., returned Wednes
day morning from Chicago, I1L. where
he attended the convention of the Pni
Delta Theta fraternity as the local
representative of that order. 'Among
the officers elected for the ensuing
year was Guy Potter Benton, of Dallas;
Tex. The next convention of the
fraternity will be held in 1914 at Bir
Notice to Taxpayers.
State and county taxes for 1912 will
become delinquent If not paid prior to
Feb. 1st. 1913.
Commencing Monday, Jan. 13th. tho
office will be open from 7 to 9 oclock
in the evening to accommodate those
who cannot come In the day time.
Will I. Watson,
County Tax Collector.
Castro Is Fretful.
New York. N. Y., Jan. 15. Gen.
Cipriano Castro spent a fretful day in
his room at the immigration station
on Ellis Is' and and sent out his valet
many times to inquire If the special
board of Inquiry had determined
whether he should be permitted to land
or be deported." He was given small
satisfaction and this increased his irritation.
Surplus Shoe Sale of
We have still scores of complete lines
and dozens of styles of the best
women's shoes on earth, which we are
either selling at a great reduction or closing them out
at ridiculously low prices. A few minutes inspection
of our Women's Shoe Window will convince you that
we are not only offering first class merchandise and
the latest styles, but that the prices are such that you
can effect 25 percent to 50 percent saving on a pair of
this Sale Will
And With It the Opportunity of
Buying a Pair of Walk-Overs
at a Nominal Price
For bonse wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 El Paso street.
C H. Williams & Co., 223 S. Stanton,
uptodate wallpaper and papering.
-3C J Uy f ' S4t t Nv JPA3'
vjeawp -vj 3njA-i-es JGontl yta ujst
U. S. Bepartment of Agriculture
-tflLLIS.L. MOORE. . Chiot.
CbKrTiMcua.tiiBa 1 8 tuia., sercsty-afth. tae
MOlan time. Air pressors .xedtved to bs loral.
I30&US (ooatUraous Unsa) t througt polsu
of oftualflU-prssmiro, Iarassa (dotted Jmea)
pass tluroaja points Moaaal temperature:' draim
oulrSsx zero, fteeslap, W6, and M8P.
O i&sscg. Q parfly doady; clcudyj
xsloi soavr. report BlssJaj.
jratfaJy ' tttMiXho wind, first fljjnres, teaper
kfaret fisoofid. prectpttaaau Of .01 Inch ct taors
ftr jaut 34 hours: third. maxIniTiTTi irlnd Teissier.
Postoffice business at Phoenix is In
ert asing at an enormous rate. The
total for the year ending December.
1312, was $89,428.76 as against $80,530.36
El Paso. "Wednesday, Jan. 15, 1913.
El Paso and vicinity Fair tonight
and Thursday; colder Thursday.
New Mexico Fair tonight and
Thursday; not much change in tem
perature. "West Texas Fair tonight; colder in
the Panhandle. Thursday, generally
: A Ziocal
Our equipment for turning out
high grade work on short notice is
the best in the Southwest
If you want the best let the old
reliable figure on your work.
Tent & Awning
H. J. COLLINS Mgr.
312 S. El Paso St
aAxmmu U vutis i
ON LOCAL OPTION
Election In to Be Held February 5 and
Orflcers to Conduct It Are
Safford, Ariz., Jan. 15. The board of
supervisors of Graham county has ap
pointed A. T. Colton as justice of
peace for Safford in place of W. B.
ronda. The board also took action
on the petition asking for a local op
tion election here. The election was
ordered for February 5, with J. R.
a elJera? inspector. M. E. O'Bryan and
fj Co4ton as judgee, B. F. Foster
nw.T" G- Smitn as clerks and Sam
Paxton as marshal
-,?. y-,11 Flatt wai awarded the
contract for the county hospital. He
J?J onlf" food and beJ clothing.
st f sTn r83,Cal a"endance at a
tw .ih J Jer day for eac" patient,
in th w,th TJ,U open a sanatorium
in'he 'JL660- lney residence.
ilSiii6 w 5lant, o Charlie Solomon
exploded Wednesdsv hn. -c oi
SnS? S. 5!!oads.ere cleaning
.uii. was niinpri oni
the men were injured
upon protest from
a number ol
S2oft-W? , - - " -", LJIt
mit to the Standard OH comprnJ to
erect tanks and other buildlnlrl, in
Lassator-s addition. "oings in
The Civic Improvement league of
Safford will give a banqueT at the
Jones hotel next Friday evenine- o v
B. Link wm le toastmaster ad ad:
dresses will be delivered by mayor E
W. Clayton, president of chamber of
commerce; A. G. Smith, TV. K. Dial W
R. Chambers. J. T. Owens. judge A. t
GoUon, Dr. R. -Williams, Ew a CL
Rickman, T. C Shaeffer and J J
A carload of sash and doors at about
half price. Lander Lumber Co.
El Paso Readings.
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sea level) 30.14 30.11
Dry thermometer -32- 6S
Wet thermometer 29 43
Dew point ' 27
Relative humidity "4 31
Direction of wind SE E
Velocity of wind .1 1 4
State of weather cl'r pt cldy
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp, last 24 hrs.. 62
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 32 ..
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark 10.5 feet. Rise in last
24 hours, 0.1 foot.
SLOW PROGRESS MADE
IN GILLESPIE TRIAL
Fort Davis, Tex.. Jan. 15. District
court, with judge Douglas presiding, is
progressing slowly in the case of J.
W. Gillespie, charged with shooting
and killing Rozell Pulliam in the Al
pine postoffice the 17th day of Sep
tember, 1912. Only five witnesses had
been examined Monday for the state.
Some 60 more witnesses are to be ex
amined. A number of local people are
attending the trial besides relatives on
County Sunday school convention Is
being held here, beginning last night.
The final session will be held tonight.
II. Adams is here and gave a lecture
at 10 a. m. Wednesday and will speak
ALL WHO WISH MAY
MAKE SOME REMARKS
Large Attendance Is Expected at the
Chamber of Commerce Meeting
to Hear IUcaby.
Indications are that there will be a
large attendance at the chamber of
commerce meeting to be held tonight,
when the budget system will be fur
ther discussed. Preparations are be
ing made to care for a large crowd
and everybody who has anything to
say is to be given an opportunity to
voice his sentiments whether they be
favorable or otherwise.
There will be no solicitation for
funds made at the meeting: S. B. Ric
aby, who has conducted similar cam
paigns in other cities, says that he
never asks for money at a meeting.
The meeting of the board of direc
tors, scheduled for Tuesday afternoon
was postponed until after the public
The primaries for the annual elec
tion of directors will be held on Friday.
Hotel Paso del JTorte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent service.
Former Mayor Is Fined.
Bloomington. Ills.. Jan. 15. Former
mayor Albert Moore, now in the mining
business in Arizona, pleaded guilty by
his attorney to two counts of indict
ments charging complicity with gam
bling and social evil. He was fined
$250 on each count, -the attorney
promptly paying the fine.
Dr. Jones. Foot Specialist, Mills Bide
Open at night by appointment Phone 7SS
Dr. Eberr, Dentist riC-ri8 Mills Bldg.
Mr. Frank's yard eggs, 50c.
- - Blockade In Cascades is Opened.
Seattle, Wash.. Jan. 15. The Milwau
kee railroad, after struggling with the
snow since last Saturday, has cleared
its tracks across the Cascade moun
tains and is again moving trains. The
Great, Northern promises to resume the
operation of its mountain division to
day. The Northern Pacific has gained
a complete victory over the drifts and
slides and trains are now moving regularly.
214 San Antonio St.
WANTED Several people with a few hundred dollars to in
vest in a new corporation being organized to do a wholesale
and retail business in El Paso. Backed up by reliable parties
and to be managed by one who knows the business from A to Z.
If interested address N M care Herald.
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach.
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Mbrford. obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren, kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Wants Ban on Titles.
Ottawa, Can Jan. IS. A bill for the
abolition of certain titles n Canada and
for discouraging the bestowal of others
was placed on the order naner for in-
L troduction In parliament by J. H. Burn-
iitim. .m. -Durmuim kquiq ao away wnn
conferring the title of "honorable" on
cabinet ministers and others, and dis
pense with the practice by the cabinet
of recommending Canadians for royal
KTA'C OF SPAIN" CONSIDERS
TRIP TO A3IERICAN CONTINENT
Madrid, Spain, Jan. 15 Following his
BJan to obtain opinions on "political
guestfons from various parliamentar
ians, irrespective of party, king Alfonso
rpceived the Republican leader, senor
Ascarate, vice president of the cham
ber of deputies, with whom he had a
long conversation. Tho king is consid
ering a visit to the American continent.
The king declared he was opposed
to old age pensions and sale1 he would
insist on tho strictest honesty in elec
tions, the largest religious tolerance
and development, and improvement of
education along liberal lines.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Phone 1 for auto. LongTrell.
I ri b l a 1
p x 8
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Dr. R. M. Ratllff, dentist,
Bnglne cylinders, pumps, lubricators,
heaters, anything aluminum cast iron,
brass, cracked by frost, welded good as
new. El Paso Welding Co., 610 North
Best cleaning. Phone Wright.
60 N- Stanton. Phones 16 and S97.
Ladles' garments cleaned. Wright.
Auto for hire. Longwell, phone 1.
ASSERTS PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE
FOR HIGH COST OF LIVING.
Pueblo, Colo., Jan. 15. The people
themselves and not the manufacturers
and retail merchants are directly re
sponsible for the high cost of living,
according to William Small of Denver,
who addressed the annual convention
" '"Colorado Retail Merchants' as
sociation on the problem and solution
oiu.c nigh cost f living.
, 'J.1 s not a Problem of the high cost
of living but of the cost of high liv
ing, said Mr. Small. "High living
is what has caused this great agitation
and until there is reform, until the
people quit living as thev now are.
the cost of food products will remain
Counterfeits Circulated In West.
San Francisco. Calif.. Jan. 15.
Bankers and merchants are warned by
Harry M. Moffit. 'chief of the United
States secret service to watch out for a
counterfeit $10 note that has been put
in circulation throughout the west.
The bills are drawn on the National
Bank of Columbia. Mo.; bear serial
letter "D" with signatures of J. W.
Lyons, registrar of the treasury and
Ellis H. Roberts, treasurer of the
United States. The back of the new
counterfeit Is brown.
Dr. Onrrett, stomach,
Dr. Nettle Satterlee.
Mills Bldg.. Phone 141.
Dr. Jnmleson. diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg.
Suspect Held for Robbery.
Roseburg. Ore., Jan. 15. The man
giving the name of J. Allison, who was
arrested here in connection with post
office robberies at Medford and Grant's
Pass, Ore., is believed by the authori
ties to be John Torgerson. against
whom, it Is stated, there stands in
Vina, Cal., a warrant charging murder.
The slaying of which Torgerson Is said
to be accused was that of James Miller,
on December 4 last His bond was
fixed at 510,000.
Manly Men Are the World's Povrer Today
Are You Fit to Marry?
AGUINALDO LEADS MOVEMENT
' FOR PEACE FOR PHILIPPINES
Manila. P. L. Jan. 15. Forty former
revolutionary leaders have formed a
national association under Emilio
Aguinaldo to work for peace. It is un
derstood that guinaldo aspires to the
presidency in cvf-nt the Jones bill be-
pend' nee of the Islands
People Are Not So Eminent
not mam- r vm, o ,.-.
fJl'i, irrtMe. Do not marry if you are
, "S,d desPondent Do not marry if
M?Ji s"ffer, from indigestion, constipa-
AwkSfleeplssness or an" liver trouble.
m thaJ half of the divorces and two
Jhi8. ot the failures in life can be
traced to Indigestion and constipation.
?L i y are tne Parents of nervousness
sleeplesne8s and general debility.
I believe my Paw Paw Pills are do
j more to Prevent domestic troubles
ana rinanclal failures, as well as bodily
Thimli..!""1 any ?thZr medicine,
ihey might be called the Peacemakers
iney not only enable one to eat all
tney want, but they coax the liver into
activity and carry off all the refuse
matter through the bowels pleasantly
and naturally. v
My paw paw Pljis are wholly unlike
?i. ner laxatives or stomach remedies;
"r, , . -.. .. .... ... .e uuw ii.
uriaiicnoiy ana irrltaDUUy cannot
dwell in the same bodv with Pan. Tow
Pills. They are like ferrets, they chase
-i an uiscomions ana aisagreements
and Jiring good cheer.
Buy a bottle of your druggist, with
the distinct understanding that if you
are not prrfectlj satisfied with the re
sults I will refund- your monev
Advert!-, ment. MUNYON.
Dr. J. H. Paget, 501 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Gem Electric Co., 601 San Antonio St
Want Ettor Prosecuted.
New York. N. Y Jan. 14. Demand
for the prosecution of Josaph J. Ettor.
the labor leader, under the section of
the penal code relating to acts, "endan
gering the public peace" was made upon
district attorney Whitman bv Charles
J. Campbell, counsel for the New York
Hotelmen's association. Camrbll com
nlained that Kttor's remarks before the
striking hotel waiters as quoted were
a violation of the penal code. Dis
trict attorney Whitman, according to
Mr. Campbell, promised to Investigate
Prompt Tranrcr Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and frelsht transfer, call Pomeroys El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Barry to Direct Savrtelle Iloroc.
Los Angeles. Cal.. Jan. 15. Official
notification or xne appointment of Gen
P. H. Barry, of Greeley. Neb., to th
cannot I Soldiers' home at Sawtelle, near here.
UMS wM- ic;.. jy viiiwkio ,fc me.
institution, which recently was the
object of a senatorial investigation. The
change Is fixed for March 5.
Needing glasses? Se onr optician
Foster Co.. jewcler3. Herald Bldg.
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