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Begins Our Semi-Annual Full MM
White Sale Comes To a Close Tomorrow
Is Now Pastor of Churcli
There Has Brother Mis
sionary Visiting "Him.
Some Attractive Week-End Specials
Tomorrow marks the close of our 1913 January White Sale. . We regard this as our most successful White Sale
to date both from the standpoint of value-giving and volume of business done. While, the first Week of the
sale was greatly handicapped by unfavorable weather, the present week has more than made up for it. Do not
fail to attend White Sale tomorrow. Many attractive specials will be offered in all classes of white merchan
dise. In addition to While Sale items, we call attention to our Week-End Specials. These are limited in num
ber, but each is a splendid value. The Sale of Toilet Requisites, beginning tomorrow, is also not to be over
looked. This is one of the most remarkable sales ever held in El Paso. (See other advertisement for items.)
$2.00 Sweater Coats $1.45
Medium -weight, all-wool sweater coats, with
semi-roll collar and two pockets; pearl but
tons. Colors gray, blue, white, black and red.
Sizes 34 to 44. These are regular $2.00 '
sweaters; Week-End (j fl S E
Special P I tfO
$6.75 Skirts For $2.79
Stylish skirts whiles and fancy mixtures
values to .75; while they (frt 7Q
last,ehofee P 6 if
$4.95 Skirts For $3.49
A nice assortment of stylish skirts made
with panels, kick pleats and all the new ef
fects. Cose in whipcords, serges and novelties
in plain colors and fancy mixtures includ
ing grays, tans, browns, navy and black. Our
regular $4-95 garments; Week- C&O A Q
Bnd Speal pOTT7
New Spring Lingerie Waists
A skipmeat of new Spring lingerie waists has
just come in, and will be on sale tomorrow at
a roost attractive price. These are very dainty
waists, made of fine, sheer lingerie cloth;
trussed with French and German Val and
Swiss embroidery. They are high neck with
long sleeves, or low neck with three-quarter
sleeves Easily worth more, but will be on
sale tomorrow Q A R
in addition to the above special, we now" have
quite a showing of new Spring waists at, prices
rangisg from 3.46 to 2.00.
New Robespierre Neckwear
The latest ideas in Robespierre neckwear
both the flaf and standing styles. PA
Special tomorrow .-.-... .OUC
$15.00 White Fox Sets $6.95
An Extra Special for tomorrow in white Ice
land fox furs. Set consists of shaped scarf and
pillow muff both scarf and muff are nicely
satin lined. These are regular 15.00 sets; an
Extra Special for tomorrow at
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$1.7 S Union Suits $1.20
"Munsing" union suits, medium weight pure bleached
cotton, high neckf long sleeves and ankle length, values
up to $1.75; Extra Special rti jr
tomorrow -. P A oU
See Our Advertisement on Page 7
"The Store of Service"
$1.00 Crepe Kimonos 79c
Long kimonos made of washable crepe. Come
in pink, light blue, lavender, Copenhagen, navy,
cray and black. Trimmed with Persian de
sign sateen. Eegular $1.00 values;
$1.00 House Dresses 79c
Neat, serviceable house dresses, made of ging
ham and percale, in solid colors and neat pat
terns cheeks, stripes and polka dots. Have
either high or round neck. All sizes are of
fered. These are our regular $1.00 7Q-
dresses; Week-End Special 7 C-
Week-End Sale of
"Gotham" Wool Shirts
We offer special prices tomorrow on washable
wool shirts. These shirts are the famous
"Gotham" brand; they are perfect-fitting and
are made to wear. The reduced prices arc for
$2.50 values $1.95
$2.75 values ..-.-.-. $2.20
$3.00 values ..i.-.-- $2.39
$3.50 values .-.-...-. $2.95
$1.0b Middy Blouses 79c
Middy blouses made of twilled galatca cloth,
with colored trimming. These are our regu
lar $1.00 middies; Week-End "7Q f
Special - ?C
Novelties in Children's F am
We have just received, and will show tomor
row, a special shipment of children's fans.
These are very dainty fans, in feather and
Parisian ivory. They are special OP
value at . ,tjC
$15.00 Coats For $7.95
Three-quarter and full length coats, in chin
chilla, polo cloth and fancy mixtures. They
show the new collar effects. Some are trimmed
with velvet; others with self material. Colors
a.e brown, navy, gray and black. Values up
to $15.00; Week-End Special at
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 Postoffice News
stand) at 7:30. p. m. Arrangements
can be made with Dessauer Bros., at
Las Cruces, for delivery of The Her
ald. Mail 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.
First Comprehensive Display
Of Nineteen Thirteen
Between-Season and Advance Spring Styles in
l'M OMORROW We make our first comprehensive display of 1913 styles in
millinery. This display is most interesting, and every woman in El Paso
should make it a point to see it. It embraces betweenseason and advance Spring
styles in tailored hats from the best American milliners such as Phipps, Gage,
Fisk, Atchison-and Burgessor. Every hat shown is an individual style.
These hats are just what you need for immediate 70 car. They are combinations - of hemp and velvet,
mSxm and velvet, braid and Vehet and silk and satin tapestries.
We extend a cordial invitation to every woman in El Paso to come tomorrow and see our first comprehensive
showing of 1013 millinery.
year-olds and up, value $300. Miss
Jean (Hoffman), 108, 2 to 1, 3 to 5,
out won; Gold Point (Halsey), 30
to 1, 15 to 1, 5 to 1, second; Coed
(Molesworth). 30 to 1, 5 to 1, third.
Time. 1:12 25. Beda, Sprightly, Eliz
abeth Harwood ran.
Fourth race Five and a half fur
longs, substituted, selling, four-year-olds
and up, value $300. The Fad
(Groth), 110, 5 to 2, 4 to 5, 2 to 5, won;
Pedro (Gross), 110, 4 to 1. 8 to 5, 7 to
10, second; Bonny Bard (Burlingame),
116, 8 to 1, 6 to 5. third. Time,fl:12 4-5.
Pickaninny, Green Isle, Laymhrster,
Hugh Gray ran.
Fifth race Six furlongs, selling,
four-year-olds and up, value $300.
Chanticlor (Groth), 103, 5 to 2, 7 to 5,
1 to 2, won: Jim L. (Teahan), 105. 2 to
1. 4 to. 5 2 to 5, second; Bob Lynch
(Hill), 105. 3 to 1. 1 to 2. third. Time.
1:18 2-5. Golden Agnes, Delena,
Sixth race Five and a half fur
longs, substituted, selling, four-year-olds
and up, value $300. Zinkland
(O'Brien), 110, 5 to 2. 7 to 10, 2 to 6,
won: Buss (Carroll), 104, 9 to 5, 7 to
10, 2 to 5, second: Tallow Dip (Bur
lingame). 110, 4 to 1. 3 to 5, third.
Time, 1:12 2-5. El Toro, Lookout, Billy
Myer, Galene Gale, D. of Brldgewater
.:. JUAREZ ENTRIES FOR
. SATURDAY, JAX. IS, 1913.
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First race Puree, colts and geldings,
two-year-olds, three furlongs. Korf
h'age 109, Brevity 169 Paw 109, Hy Ki
112, Benedict 112, Manganese 112, Sir
Harry 112, Mesbach 112.
Second race Selling. three-yar-olds
and up, six furlongs. Debutante SS,
Kins Radford SO. Jolly Tar 93, King
Earl 'lOO. Free Will 103, Sadie Shapiro
lJt? 108 Bredwell 105. Ara
Hough 10?' De8Condant 108, S. V.
nh!.T cerSellIn& three-year-olds
o? wVSi.i fjBriongs. King Stalwart
2nio k" Chief "106 Crex 108, Os
ww lS'-,??by Cook 108. Ramsy 108,
Horicon 111. Jack Ellis 115.
Fourth race Selling, three-year-olds
and up, six furlongs. Gold Point 98
Mazurka 100. Rio PecoS j8 Gellco
108. Swede Sam 110. Lady Willi? 113?
Acumen 115. Orbed Lad ng
Fifth race Selling, three-year-olds
I TJWDERSEia, 1
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L OTHERS I
Another Lot of Those Good Apples at
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
and up. six furlongs. Oakland 1O0,
Lady Macy 103, Milt Jones 105, Miss
Jean 107, Parlor Boy 108, Love Day
108, Suffragist 111. Feather Duster 112.
Sixth race Selling, four-year-olds
and up. one mile. Gift 100, Lehigh 100,
Princess Industry 103, Rosevale 103,
Bonnie Bard 105, Eye White 105. Don
Enrique 105. Shorty Northcut 105, Lit
tle Marchmont 105, Black Mate 103,
Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race One mile, selling, four-
year-olds and up, value $300. Gift
(Hoffman). 104, 11 to 5. even. 1 to 2,
won; Ben Uncas (Molesworth), 108,
6 to 1. 2 to 1, 4 to 5, second; Judge
Walton (Kirschbaum), 10S, 6 to L 6 to
5, third. Time, 1:47 2-5. Lambertha,
Stare, Force, Quick Trip, Flying ran.
Second race Five and a half fur
longs, selling, three-year-olds, value
$30. Stout Heart (Teahan), 112, 4 to
5, 2 to 5. out, won; Mercurium (Bur
lingame), 106. 12 to 1, 4 to 1, 6 to 5,
second; Kiva (Groth), 104, 3 to 2, out,
third. Time, 1 11 2-5. King Stalwart,
Wheeler, Maycrdale ran.
Third race Five and a half fur
longs, selling, fillies and mares, three-
SELLS FOR $6000
Turner and Davis have sold to John
Flgueira the 20 room tenement on the
corner of Tays and Fifth street for
$6,000 and have bought from him on
the trade, lots 9 to 12 both inclusive,
in block 57. Cotton addition, at the
, Buys Tvro Lots.
.i1? ijishlands Realty company has
t? ,to,.-Scott Nichols, lots 19 and 20, in
block 65 Highland Park, for 500.
3ieir Bungiilow. '
Plane for a $3500 bungalow to be
erected on Montana street by police
Pi?1?,". D- Greet are being prepared
by O. H. Thorman & Co.
Rungnlow Is Sold.
W. L. Griffith has bought from E. W.
Kayser and W. K. JIarr the new five
room bungalow in block A. Government
auumun. xor tuu. iawKins Bros,
negotiated the sale. This Is near the
New Alta Vista school.
Contractors, look over our sash and
doors and save money. Lander Lum
L3S Cruces, N. M Jan. 17. W. B.
Nance and family left here yesterday
after a brief visit in the home of Rev.
Clyde Campbell, pastor of the M. E.
church. They went to El Paso and
from there go to Vancouver, B. C.,
where they set sail for Soochow, China,
where Mr. Nance teaches logic and
psychology in the university, which
position he has held since Its founding
in 1903. He has, however, been In
China 17 years. Rev. Mr. Campbell
was a teacher of the Bible and Eng
lish in this university from 1907 to
1911 and was compelled to leave the
work there on account of his wife's
health. The M. E. church here is his
first charge since his return to this
country over a year ago. Mrs. Camp
bell's health has Improved rapidly
since her arrival here.
Mrs. John Goddard and mother, 'Mrs.
E. M. Clyde, entertained at dinner Mr.
and Mrs. Nance, and accompanied them
as far as El Paso. They were- friends
In China. Mrs. Goddard and her moth
er lived at Shanghai, the port city,
which is 50 miles from Soo Chow by
rail. Mr. Goddard was an oculist, and
after his death, which was due to
cholera, Mrs. Goddard came here on
account of the impaired condition of
her own health.
Daura V. Peacock has purchased a
new Vlehle auto from T. Rouault &
son. of this place.
M. L. Drury and wife, left here this
morning for El Paso, where they will
meet friends from Cananea, Mexict,
and spend a few days with them in
A. B. Wrlsley left here this morning
for his home in Chicago after 10 days
visit with his son. F. C. Merrill.
The missionary society of the Bap
tist church held an Interesting meet
ing at the home of Mrs. James N.
Minetree in the Hinton addition to
Las Cruces yesterday. Nineteen wom
en were present The topic for dis
cussion was "China." The leader was
Mrs. B. T. Link. After the rendition
of the program Mrs. Minetree served
Dr. Jeff W. Davis and wife, who ar
rived here from Denver Wednesday
morning, left here last evening for
Mesilla park, where they will locate
permanently. There has been no prac
ticing physician at Mesilla park since
Dr. Mitchell left some months ago.
Grandma Peterson and her daugh
ter, Mrs. Hamilton, are suffering from
attacks of grip at their home at the
The Neighborhood Sewing society
will meet at the home of Mrs. J. N.
The county commissioners will meet
in regular session Monday, January 28.
E. H. Stettmund, of La Mesa, has
arrived here and taken possession of
the ranch which he recently purchased
from Col. John Hegan. several weeks
ago. The location of this ranch is
on the Alameda and is one of the best
and most desirable ranches in this
vicinity. CoL Hegan moved this wrek
tS his large ranch near Donna Ana.
Mrs. J. N. Hardy, who for some time
past has been living on her ranch near
town, is spending a few weeks at the
home of Mrs. Worden, near the depot.
r OMORROW, in addition to our
usual Saturday Meal Specials, we
offer special values in the Grocery Depart
ment that the economical housekeeper will
not fail to take advantage of.
Beef Pot Eoast, - 9X
per lb r i 2 C
Choice Mutton Legs, ig
per lb -. .-.-.-.-.- -S-y C
Pig Shoulder Eoast, 1 1Jr
per lb . .-.. "" 2
Pig Ham Eoast, 20c
per lb ... -.-.-. . vw
Dressed Hens, 9flr
per lb - -UC
We will also have tomorrow Home Dressed Turkeys and
Ducks. We remind jou that Shell Oysters and Sealshipl
Oysters are received here daily.
GROCER Y DEPAR TMEN1
Lnboden's Best "Kansas" High Patent
"Missouri" Sweet Cider, (V
per gal. -.-.-.-.-.-. . v?
Imperial White and Yellow Corn
Meal, 8 3-4 lb. sacks - 3C
ANTHONY SCHOOL IS
DELAYED IN OPENING
Two Stare Coses of Smallpox Develop In
Mexican Quarter; County Authori
ties Are Criticized.
Anthony, N. M., Jan. 17. The schools
here will open Jan. 26. It had been
planned to open the school last Mon
day. There are two additional cases
of smallpox in the Mexican quarters.
There is( severe criticism here of the
Dona Ana county and El Paso county
health officers for the loose manner
of guarding the Mexican cases on each
side of the state line.
Price Lippa has quit the Santa Fe
and left today for San Antonio, Tex.
C. A. .Thompson is in El Paso on
R. C Adams is digging an open well,
cased with two-inch plankv going
through 18 feet of soil Into coarse
gravel 12 feet more, where Indications
are strong for surface water, which, if
good, will be pumped for orchard pur
poses. The El Paso Bridge and Iron com
pany Is at work with a full force on
the Anthony-Chamberlno bridge. The
trouble last year Is believed to have
been due to too short of Biles and 60
I foot logs are being driven down this
C E. Miller and S. Hockett went Into
El Paso by auto.
W. H. Glenn, of Canutillo, was In
Las Cruces and made arrangements, to
help the reclamation service to get
names of present owners of land
through which the high line canal is
platted and help In securing right--of
way from La Tuna at the state line,
down to Montoyi. Mr. Glenn himself
has in the stretch about two sections
on which it will be possible to get
water. The plat calls for a 200 foot
rignt oi way and a canal se feet at the
The right of way as far as Berlno
M. G. Williams and Sig N". Schwabe
were elected vice presidents. George
Freeman, secretary, J. M. Hay, treas
urer. Hal E. Christie, George Rogers
and H. X. Ellis, the executle committee.
Druggist Uses Great Kidney
Remedy In His Own Family
It la with great pleasure that I tes
tify to the curative value of Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root. I have personally
used the remedy in my own family and
It Is one of our boat sellers in tne
store and highly endorsed by all pur
chasers. Very respectfully,
C. De St. Roseana, M. p.
Mgr. Randall's Branch Pharmacy.
1231 Marbury SL. Augusta, Ga.
Personally appeared before me, Dr. c
De St. Roseana, personally known to
me and on oath says that the within
statement and certificate ade by him
is true In substance and ia fact, this
May 6th. 1912. B. B. McCowen,
WORK STARTS OTi 14
ROOM HOUSE IX DOUGLAS
Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 17. Contractor
J. S McPherson has broken ground
on the corner of Tenth street and E
avenue for a 14 room residence, to cost
approximately $15,000, for use of G. H.
Dowel, assistant manager of 'the
Copper Queen company. The residence
la being erected by the company for
Mr. Ddwell and his successors, a similar
residence being occupied by general
manager S. W. French.
Dr. Kilmer & Cku,
If Yon Want Dishes. See Us.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
3IE.VS CLUB ELECTS.
F. C Coleman will preside over the
destinies of the men's club of the
Church of St. Clement thie year. Mr.
Coleman was elected president of the
club Thursday evening at Kendrick
hall with a free feed attachment. B.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton.
N. Y.. for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also re
ceive a booklet of valuable informa
tion, telling all about the kidneys and
bladder. When writing, be x sure and
mention the El Paso Daily Herald. Reg
ular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bot
tles for sale at all drug stores. Adv.
Buy the best
Geo, rA. Mansfield & Co
Of the Greater
WILL LOSE MONEY
if you wait until the Interur
ban is built before buying
Only one more week until the close of hie largest and
most successful Raus Mit 'Em Shoe Sale we ever held.
The Greatest Values
are reserved for this last week.
in Mens, Women's and Children's Shoes.
SfATBf L PASO'S
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