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L PASO HERALD
Thursday, January 16, 1913
In
Heavy
Syrup
1 lb. cans, 2 for 25c
2 lb. cans, 2 for 35c
3 lb. cans, each 20c
Jackson-Standard Grocery Co.
El Paso and the Southwest's
Leading Grocery and Mail Order
House Sells
3 lbs. Fancy Evaporated Peaches for- . . .:25c
2 lbs. Fancy Evaporated Apples for-. J"-.-.. .25c
3 lbs. Medium Size or 2 lbs. Large Prunes. . .25c
"Gold Bar" Peaches
The Fkest Pack
Sphinx CannedPeaches 1 5c can. Doz. dans $l .75
2 I -lb. Packages Seedless Raisinsjfor '-. .25c
3 lbs. Loose Muscatel Raisins for- . . 25c
3 Cans Extra Good Tomat- for- - -r.:--. . - -25c
2 Cans Early June Peas for- . . ----.?- ..-. .25c
2 Cans Fancy Asparagus for- . . '. - .25c
Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, per lb. 35c, 40c and 45c
"Sedwich Creamery" or Purity Butter, pr lb . . . 40c
Holland Herring (Milchers) per kit- ..---. . $1 .1 0
Fat, nice Mackerel, per kit-... - ---. -r. -.--.-. $1 -00
Corn Chops, 100-lb. sacks, special-. :.-.'... .$1.50
O'Cedar Polish Mops, each- . . .-. . .$1 .50
Very' fine; you should haVe one.
O'Cedar Polish, 50c per bottle; per can-.$1 .00
) , SPECIAL.
A limited number 'of Gallon Glass Jars of Sour
Pickles, regular price $1 25 ; special-..... 75c
Our Goods Are the Best. Our Prices the Lowest.
SO SEND US YOUR ORDERS.
Jackson -
208-12 Mills St.
A
ard
rocery
Phone 3532.
EFFORTS MADE TO
CAPTURE MURDERER
"Far- Stockton Commercial Clnb and
Coaaty Court Offer Reivarda For
Apprehension of Britain's Slayer.
Fort Stockton, Texas, Jan. 17. Ef
forts are being made to apprehend the
slayer of "W. "W. Britain, -which oc
enrred Tuesday.
A message from Mr. Cheatham, -who
lives near the place of the criaie, has
been received statins that a man -who
acted suspiciously "was there, and Im
mediately a3se -TWis formed and
started after the num. It has not yet
returned.
The town. Is very much -vs-rought up
over the murder, air. Britain was one
of the best known residents of this
section. He was for many years fore
man of the Seven "D" ranch, having
resigned only last December. He had
left his home for the ranch with a load
of hay, and when returning on horse
back, he met his death by some one
shooting him.
The Commercial olub has offered $568
reward, and the commissioners' court
has offered $S&0, and the citizens of this
place are now raising a purse to obtain
the capture and conviction of the
murderer.
NEGOTIATIONS FOR. SAM3
OF PHOENIX CAR X.1NBS
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 16. Although
the option taken on the Phoenix street
railway system by the Interests that
control the municipal rapid transit
lines of Baltimore and San Francisco
expired several days ago, it Is stated
that negotiations are still In progress.
The price mentioned in tho option was
$869,000. General M. H. Sherman, of
Los Angeles, owns the system. Man
ager S. H. Mitchell has gone to the
coast to confer with Sherman regard
ing the matter.
Use Domestic Coke. ,
Southwestern Fuel Co.
EL PASO WOMAN IS
. DEAD AT 113 YEARS
Mrs. Jesus Ochoa, whose age is said
to have been lf3 years, died "Wednes
day afternoon at 901 Seventh street
and was buried Thursday in Concordia
Catholic cemetery. She had come to
EF Paso from Chihuahua three years
ago. Death was due to heart failure.
MARTIN O. JOYCE.
Martin O. Joyce, brother of itrs. Jo
seph A. "Wright, of El Paso, died at hi3
home, in San Marcos, Tex, Tuesday.
Mr. Joyce was well known In Bl Paso,
having visited here several times. He
was the son of Rev. "William Joyce,
chaplain of the Texas legislature and
well known to "W. TV. Turney. state
senator Claude B. Hudspeth and other
Kl Paaoans who have attended the
state legislature. Mrs. Joyce, mother
of the deceased, was a member of the
Mitchell family of San Antonio, which
is one of the oldest and best known
families of that city.
Reiiiforc
11aJ&C's&
fcs Complete!
"World of White" Starts Afresh
World of White in the Silks
and Woolens
WHITE MESS ALINE 36 inches wide a heavy, soft,
beautifully finished fabric. Special a SQ
WHITE CREPE METEOR 4 inch, beautiful satin
finish. A $3.50 quality. Extra Special (tfj yQ
a vard PoffS?
WHITE CREPE DE CHENE 46 inch a splendid
heavy quality for dresses or underwear.
have it m cream, isxtra especial,
vard
WHITE STORM SERGE 54 inches wide.
this in cream also. Best value ever
offered at. vard 1 .t... '--
WHITE BEDFORD AND WHIPCORDS Diagonal
weaves, mat weaves, etc Also Kponge and many
other-novelty white woolens at special prices during
The World of White.
Specials in Curtains, Scrims, Etc.
36 inch Curtain Muslin in dots and figures. Special,
yard - 1 9c
38 inch 25c Striped Scrims, yard -,...121-2c
?2.00 3 yards long Nottingham Curtains, good range
of designs, for ...... . $1.19
We also
1.85
We hai
.95c
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YOU "just couldn't get down
to the sale when it start
ed?" Why bless you you can
come tomorrow just as "well.
There is not a single item that
was on sale the first day .but
what can be bought just as ad
vantageously tomorrow. We an
ticipated the enormous business
we have had and prepared ac
cordingly. Many delayed ship
ments have arrived. And so for
Friday all counters and tables
shave been Replenished and -with
still plenty in reserve the sale
will start full speed ahead.
Beauty of Form
Is one of the attainments
that nearly every woman
may achieve.
Madame White, the noted
fashion exponent, is here
from New York to give ou
patrons the benefit of her
advice on this ever interest
ing topic Madame White
will show the exquisite La
Visa Corsets, demonstrating
their value as beauty build
, era. There are models to
improve every type of fig
ure, and Madame White
will gladly advise our pa
trons in the choice of a
suitable style.
The La Vida Corsets shown
are among the most exqui
site examples of corsetry
ever brought to this city,
and wo promise our friends
a treat.
- in.
The Smartest App
OUR FINAL CLEARANCE
are
"H ""3 , 9 T "-,
1 at sensational K
eductions
fT IsE of the most important sales in our history and a greater
never claimed the attention of the buying public of El Paso.
in the collection is included large underprice purchases in which
certain of the country's foremost makers of women's apparel
found an outlet tor their surplus lines. Many or these gar
ments were secured as low as 50c on the dollar, and these splendid
Suits, Coats and Skirts occupy a prominent place in our Final
Clearance Sale at prices that would barely coer the expense of
making. JPriday's buying inducements warrant us in expecting
the largest volume of garment business ever transacted in one
day by any store in the city. , ? J
V.
Tailored Coat Suits Worth
$20.00 at $10.00
In all this wonderful suit gathering you will not find a
single garment that has not the note of distinction that
is given by master designers, expert tailoring and choicest
of materials.
A style assortment that includes both plain tailored and
fancy productions.
Many of the fabrics are serges, worsteds and fancy nov
elty cloth, and the range of colors is extensive.
Garments that would sell in a regular way for $20, offered
while they last atr your choice $10.00. " '
r
Two Lots ot Coats to $22.50
at $9.50 and $12.50
A display of high class long coats that rivals in interest
the extraordinary low prices. Garments in every wanted
style that clearly show irreproachhle quality.
Classy looking belted models with convertible collars that
are dashing and practical for antomobiling.
Elegant appearing coats in rough mixtures and double
faced fabrics in any color or combination of colors yon can
ask for.
Many of these coats are copies of notable foreign models.
Coats worth up to J22.50 at, your choice ?9.50 and $120.
J
Handsome Skirts to $Z.50
for Only $2.95
We believe that we have aseeahled some of the season's
choicest skirt styles for this Final Clearance.
Skirts of broadcloth, serge, worsted, tweeds and novelty
cloths.
Styles are 'the season's greatest favorites, and come in
blaek, brown, navy, grey and fancy mixtures.
Some are perfectly plain, others show pleats and buttons.
You cannot possibly afford to pass up this rare opportunity
to purchase a handsome skirt worth up to, $7.50, at the
temptingly low sale price of $2.95.
r
Our Ad in Friday's Herald Will Con
tain News of Our Final Clearance
of Fall Shoes at Sensational Prices
& j
See Our Window Displays of These
Advertised Suits, Coats and Skirts.
Then Come Inside and Try them On
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Letters to The Herald.
All communications must bear the
signature of the writer, but the name
will be withheld if requested.
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A Human Match Factory
The body contains phosphorus sufficient to make 483,000 matches. Phos
phorus is one of fourteen elements composing the body divided among
bones, flesh, nervous system and other organs. The perfect health of body
requires a perfect balance of the elements. These elements come from the
food we eat the stomach extracts and distributes them.
Bat if stomach is deranged the balance of health is destroyed and the
blood does not carry the proper elements to the different organs, and there
is blood trouble nerve trouble heart trouble. Pain is the hungry cry of .
starved organs. Put the liver, stomach and organs of digestion and nutri
tion into a condition of heafyh. That is just what is done by
DR. PIERCE'S
COLDEEfr 'MEDICAL DISCOVERY
which has been so favorably known for over 40 years. It is now put up in
tk form, as well as liquid, and can be obtained of medicine dealers
everywhere or by mail by sending 50 cents in lc stamps for trial box
address R.V. Pierce, M. D, Buffalo, N.Y.
THE COMMON SENSE KEBIGAL ADVISEE
is a book of 1008 pages handsomely bound in cloth treats
of Physiology Hygiene, Anatomy, Medicine and is a cotanleto
i EosePn-iciaa-Srad31,Jcsiai3pstoR.V.PlerceaCalo,N.Y.
FK.VKCHISE AD ELECTIONS.
The following article in the St. Louis
Globe-Democrat Is by Frank X.
Crutcher, brother of G. W. Crutcher,
of Kl Paso:
Tho Globe-Democrat editorial today
sounding the alarm on "the country
run by minorities" is opportune. "While
the suffrage question is being agitated
all OTar the country and the dear wom
en calling for "the franchise," would
it not be pertinent at this time to in
quire why so many of the registered
men voters fail to -rote at elections;
why it is that frequently 30 percent of
them care so little for their franchise
that they fail to use it? Is it not be
cause it 1b regarded as a "cheap" priv
ilege, useless and worthless except
where the election is desired to be
controled by "the special interests"
that calls into activity the "bosses,"
who round up and drag out a large
percent of these bodlers of the voting
franchise and remind them that their
vote is really worth something, and In
many cases a direct consideration
passes for their votes?
When haTe we had a "full vote" cast
in any city? Why, when a special in
terest was threatened, as In the case
of the "prohibition question" or in an
election where the capitalists want a
certain program and the "floater8"are
rounded up and hauled to the polls
in big, red automobiles?
Every other franchise carries a duty,
as well as a privilege, and where the
said franchise is not used the same is
taken for lapses, the penalty for non
use. As a matter of fact, there Is about
30 percent of the "sovereign voters" in
this vcity that do not appreciate the
franchise, don't care for it, and only
"register" because drummed up and
pulled and dragged to the poll booKS
and "got on the books" in case the
"bosses" need them to put over some
thing for the special interests or to
protect the same. This one-third of
the voters never vote unless "bossed"
out, and then In nine cases out of ten
they vote against the best Interests
of the general community.
To put a stop to "the country being
run by a minority" we must make
every voter who stays on the books
vote, and when he fails to do so let
the law automatically drop hint say
for four years, except for legal ex
cuse. Make every -roter appreciate the
suffrage franchise by 'taking it from
hfm for failure to use it. An amend
ment to the Oklahoma constitution em
bodies this phase, and Missouri should
have the same. Tours truly,
FRANK M. CRUTCHER.
STBA3IBR. TS GROUNDED;
PASSENGERS IX DANGER
Vigo, Spain. Jan. 16. The British
steamer Veronese with 139 passengers
on board went ashore today oft Lelx
cos, the outport of Oporto. A high sea
Is running and the vessel " cannot be
reached bv boats.
It is hoped that tho passengers and
crew may be rescued from the shore.
The Veronese owned by the Eamport
and Holt line, was on the voyage from
Glasgow to Brazil and New York.
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HEnD HELPS THE PfTOPTZtETOR TO
BOUND OVER ON CHINESE
SMUGGLING CONSPIRACY CHARGE
Jack Hatzel, Mignel Chaves and
Santos Duran were bound over to the
federal court grand jury by United
States commissioner G. B. Oliver Thurs
day on a charge of conspiring to
smuggle Chinese into the United States.
Thursday afternoon the men were
arranging to make bond.
TO MEASURE aillOTIAaiEN.
Militia members will meet Saturday
afternoon at 2 oclock to be measured
for their new olive drab uniforms. Capt.
W. T. Downing called a special meet
ing Thursday afternoon for Saturday
at 2, and has issued an order for all
of the amateur "dough boys" to appear
at the armory in the courthouse.
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