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X PASO HERALD
Friday, January 17, 1913
&e Great White Fair-The Center of Attraction for Thrifty Buyers
Mme. Scossa, of San. Fran
cisco. Is giving free demon
strations and correct facial
massage with, her famous
The Well Posted Women of El Paso gather their seasons supplies now
while prices are the inducement, and selections are at their best!
We have prepared for a Record Smashing Saturday Sale with inimiia
hie values in every Section of the Store!
Aer Cel Wash Cloths
$1.00 Fight Robes 59c
Soft finish Cambric Night Robes, 'beautifully
trimred with laces and embroidery, jq
wrth regularly $1.00. Saturday OSC
$1.00 Embroideries 25c
AH day long beautiful 17 and 27 in. flounc
ings, bands, edgings and insertings, worth to
$1.00 the yard OP-
$2.00 Lingerie Waists 95c
Beautifully trimmed white Waists, in shirt,
middy and blouse effects, embroidered Qg
and lace trimmed, Saturday ,... twC
Women's Ribbed Vests 19c
Vests or Drawers, medium -weight, high neck,
long or short sleeves regularly 35c. . f
(6 to 9 p. m. only Second Floor)
6 to 9 p.
Sold everywhere at 5c each.
(Limit Two, First Floor)
35c to 40c Ribbons 17c
Plain shades, novelty patterns and moires, up
to 5 inches wide
(6 to 9 p. m. only Masi Floor)
Women's Rubber Gloves 25c
Sold everywhere at 50e pair. 6 to 9 p. m. only.
Limit 1 Pair.
An P-cpnllnnt value at 5c 3 lanre rolls
or .- 1UC
& to 9 p. m. only Basement.fLimit 3 Rolls)
,...- . " "?!?!!, CALISDERS CATCHERS . CAHSIIER'S CAUSIIER'S CALISHER'S 1
I See the Cotton Plantation
Hew Spring Foulards 48c ,
You'll see them featured elsewhere at 59c splendid values at
that price, too, but better still at the "Calisher"' price A
wonderful choice of rich colorings And odd patterns of soft,
lustrous finish and full 20 inches wide A Saturday in
Special at OC
With Uncle Epb and Aunt Liza,
with their Pickaninnies the birth
place of the Great White Fair.
(In Our Show Windows.)
, 6 to 9 p. m. Only
COLGATE'S DENTAL CREAM
I 25c ste in tubes, r
each ly. .iww
(Limit One Tube)
COLGATE'S RAPID SHAVE
25c sise, in. nickeled - A
Limit One Box)
i (Limit One Comb)
JAP GLYCERINE SOAP t
All day long Q
Egyptian Face Powder A
all iiay AtcC
47i1 LOTION VEGETAL (Lilac)
All day long, OO-
50c sise wOC
' OSBORN'S PEROXYGEN
Full 8 oz. 6 to 9 p. m.
Limit One Bottle)
4711 WHITE ROSE GLYCERINE
SOAP 6 to 9 p. m. no
only l OC
(Limit One Bar)
LA PERLA CASTILE SOAP
15c bars, 6 'to 9 p. m.
(Limit One Bar)
Embroidery Values That Astonish You
$2.25 Embroideries at 79c
A magnificent choice of beautiful Batiste Skirtings and Flounc
ings for the new lingerie dresses You have never had such an
opportunity as this to purchase such fine embroideries at such a
price worth to ?2.25. A Great White Sale 7Q
Special at .. 2 C
Wide Dress Skirtings
Specially priced at $1.25 up to ?7.50 the yard.
Allovers at 35c to $650 the yard.
The magnitude of the assortments or the jwonderful values
could not be extolled in this limited space, but come to the
Great White Fair and you'll be astonished at the values.
$1.95 Embroideries at 48c
Beautiful Skirtings and Flouncings, in exquisite designs of
dainty open and Baby Irish work on finest materials such
patterns as are usually sold as extra special values at as much
as $1.95 the, yard. A Great White Fair Special ASKt
$2.50 Embroideries at 95c
This great lot presents the best selection of all In heavy em
broidered effects and Irish patterns on materials of the finest
and sheerest fabrics, imported direct for this sale and worth
np to $2.50 the yarct. A Great White Fair Special Q "
Great White Fair Sale of Linens and White
Goods Underpriced !
Linen Suitings all reduced ;this includes all new dress linen?,
from 36 to 45 inches wide.
50c Linen Suitings 39c 60c Linen Suitings 48c
75c Linen Suitings 59c 90c Linen Suitings ". . .79c
45c Linen Suiting3 36c $1.00 Linen Suitings 89c
Finer grade- reduced in proportion.
Table Damasks Underpriced for This Sale!
For Adults Only.
Saturday we will distribute
free of charge samples of
Rikers, Sanitol and other
toilet preparations (Drug
For Adults Only.
Saturday we will distribute
free of charge samples of
Rikers, Sanitol and other
toilet preparations (Drug
50c Table Damask 42c
75c Table Damask C3c
$1.25 Table Damask.,.. 1.05
$2.00 Table Damask $1.65
59c Table Damask 48c
89c Table Damask 69c
$1.50 Table Damask $1.29.
$2.50 Table Damask $2.15
Extra Special! $5:00 to $7.50 Napkins, $3.95
Finished-and unfinished Satin Damask Napkins, in beautiful
.patterns, full size. Sale price $3.95 dozen.
New Tubable Silks $i:00
Dainty Striped Patterns and solid white, full 36 inehes wide,
in a splendid choice A very serviceable silk, suited for -waists,
shirts and dresses -hA very special feature for d 1 fC
Saturday's selling at, yard ,
$1.25 Night Robes 79c,
Soft finish .Cambrtc Night Robes, beautifully trimmed with
embroidery and lace, ribbon run, well madq and full cut.
$1.75 Night Robes 95c
Fine Cambric Night Robes with rkb. trimming of lace and em
broidery, ribbon run, in many pretty styles, very full cut.
$2.00 Night Robes $1.48
Lingerie and Nainsook Night Robes, in round, square or V
neck, short or 3-4 sleeves, beautifully trimmed with fine lace
or embroider-. "Worth $2.00.
$2.00 Night Robes $1.15
Fine Cambric or Seersucker Crepe Night Robes, beautifully
trimmed with dainty lace and ribbon, high or low neck and
full size. "Worth $2.00.
$3.50 Night Robes $1.95
Exquisitely trimmed Lingerie Night Robes, in many beautiful
and desired styles, either high or low neck, 3-4 or short sleeves.
Worth to $3.50.
$2.00 Skirts for 95c
Beautiful Cambric Skirts, with wide lace and embroiijery
flounce, some ribbon run, have extra shirred dust ruffle, full
cut. Worth $2.00.
$2.50 Skirts for $1.48
Made very full, close fitting hips, with wide embroidery or
lace flounce, extra dust ruffle, som ribbon trimmed, fine cam
bric tops. Worth $2.50.
$4.00 Skirts for $2.48
Fine soft finish Cambric and Nainsook Skirts with deep
flounces in rows of lace or wide embroidery a verv special
value. Worth $4.00.
, $6.p0 Sample Skirts $3.95
These are an extraordinary value excellently made of fine
lingerie, with exquisite lace or embroiderv flounces. Worth
Corset Covers .Specially Featured at an
We specially feature 8 big lots of fine corset covers that we
know cannot be equalled at the prices anywhere:
Crepe and .Cambric Corset-
Covers'afc ...l 48c
LOT 6 -
Covers with 3 rows of fine-
laeo or emb. at 59c
Hand Emb'd Covers with lin- -
an lace at 89c
Hand Emb'd and Lace Trim
med Covers at 95c
Laee primped Corset Covers
at . ,..T. '.'19c
Emb. and " Ribbon TrimmeVi
Corset Covers at 23c
Crepe Laee Trimmed Covers
Emb. Lace and Ribbon Trim
med Covers at 39c
The Plantation Quartet
Hear the Darkey Plantation Quar
tet rendering old southern melo
'dies Saturday night to 9 p. nx.
(On the Mezzanine Floor.)
Dainty Princess Slips
Specially Featured !
Excellently made, perfect fitting
garments, in the great White Fair
at prices that cannot be duplicated.
$1.50 PRINCESS SLLPS 95c
Extra well made, perfect fitting
slips, trimmed with linen laee or
embroidery. A very special value.
1.75 PRINCESS SLLPS $1.39
Perfect fitting, made of soft finish
eambric, lace or emb. trimmed and
ribbon run. An excellent garment.
$2.00 PRINCESS SLLPS $1.48
Dainty, soft finish cambric slips,
trimmed with pretty laces, medal
lions and ribbon. Exeollently made.
$50 PRINCESS SLLPS $1.89
Beautifully made with 4 rows ef
fine lace and ribbon run beading
with dainty emb. edging. Very
special. Worth $2.50.
$2.00 COMBINATIONS 95c
Handsome combinations made of
soft finish cambric, with metiallkm
and lace trimming, exeeMently:
made. Worth $2.0fl.
$3.50 COMBLNATIONS $1.95
An odd lot of beautiful combina
tions, daintily trimmed with lace
or embroidery, or with aUover
bodke, ribbon run. Worth' t $8.50.
f HEART I iM iSI 1
Night Robes for Menfolks too! Two "Great White Fair Xtra Specials.
MEN'S FINE CAMBRIC NIGHT ROBES With fancy braid
trimmings, and good quality pearl buttons a usual 75c
grade. Satur- QQ.
MEN'S OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT ROBES Made of good
quality flannelette, in neat patterns, all sizes, generously
full cut, and a special bargain O Q
MEN'S $1.25 SHDJTS Special Saturday
MEN'S $1.25 KID GLOVES Special Saturday
MEN'S 50c AND 75c SILK TIES Special
Saturday, 3 for
MEN'S 50c FLEECED UNDERWEAR Special
...95c l -j,-,
...95c rar ) 1 il z. -lU gi
$1.00 XeiUI IJUIHnTH
35c -- -j& &
Fruit Prices Scheduled To Soar
When Frost Bitten California Stock Is Exhausted Values Will Be Increased;
Strawberries Out of the Market.
DO YOUR fruit shopping early and
do It now. The prices of all
California fruits are expected to
t .Ice a flight soon for the frost has
put a crimp in the crop of citrus fruits
on the coast and -as -soon as the frost
nipped oranges, lemons and other Cali
foraiaf raits are off the market, the
prices will he boosted by the working
of the old law of demand and supply.
Oranges are going to be scarcer and
consequently higher in price.
Strawberries are rare birds these
days of revolution wrecked railroads
in Mexico and frost crops in Califor
nia. No strawberries are Deing shipped
here from California and the two llex
ican railroads have put the kibosh on
the Mexican breakfast fruit. Califor
nia grapes are back in town at 20 cents
per pound. Dry onions, another delir
cious fruit, are selling for 3 cents a
There Are Several Reasons
For The Supreme Goodness of
And For Its Superiority Over
Ordinary Baker's Bread
FIRST: Only the highest grade ingredients are
used in the mixing.
SECOND: It is baked in modem ovens under
unapproachable sanitary conditions.
THIRD: Only the highest class bakers in the
business are employed in our shops.
FOURTH: ft leaves our ovens wrapped in dust and germ proof waxed
paper, retaining, all its numnous quauues.
If you happen to be one of the few who have never tried BUSTER
BROWN, order a couple of loaves from your grocer. You II never go
back to eating ordinary bread after one trial.
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS
pound wholesale, or 5 cents retail
guaranteed to keep the doctor and
everyone else away. Aguacates are
selling for 5 cents reduction this week.
16 cents each being the price asked for
the Mexican plums.
The assorted, quotations on all mar
ket products is:
California strawberries ISc per box
Arizona oranges 30. 40. 50c
Casabas - 35c each
New navel oranges 30, 40, SOc
Johnathan apples 3 lbs. for 25c
Green apples... 5c per lb., 6 lbs for 26c
Florida grape fruit 10c each
Tangerines 30c to 40c doz.
Lemons 20c to iOc per doz.
(Wholesale, $6.50 per box.)
Imported Malaga grapes 25c lb
California red grapes 20c lb.
Oranges ..30c to SOc per doz.
Bananas. . 25c to 30c psr .aos..
Persimmons' .' 20c lb.
Valley pears, ... 10c lb, 3 lbs for 25c
Cranberries 15 cents straight
Parsnips 5c a lb.
Potatoes 2 l-2c per lb.
Cucumbers 5c each
(Wholesale, ?1.60 by sack.)
Artichokes .15e eaco
Brussel Sprouts 20c per lb.
Parsley 5c per buncb
Green chill 25c lb.
Eggplant 25c lb.
Bell pepper..... 25c per lb.
String beans. 15c lb.
Radishes ....2 bunches .for 5c
Hubbard squash per lb. 5c
(Wholesale 30c per doz bunches.)
Beets, valley ..'. 5c, 3 for 10c
(Wholesale, SOc per doz. bunches.)
Cabbage ac per lb.
Valley cabbage 5c oer lb.
(Wholesale, 3c per lb-
Aguacates Each 15c
Mountain cauliflower. 15c lb., 2 lbs. 25c
Carrots 2 for 5c
(Wholesale, 25c per doz. bunches.)
Celery 10c a stalk
Valley celery 10c a. stalk, 3 for 35c.
Lettuce t....2 heads for 15c.
Onions, green 5c bunch, 3 for 10c
(Wholesale, 30c per doz. bunches.)
(Wholesale, 3c per pound.) ,
Tomatoes per lb. 15c. 2 lbs. 25c
(Wholesale ?2.25 per crate.)
Onions, white 5c per lb
Dry onions 5c lb., 3c wholesale
Turnips 5c, 3 bunchfs l"c
New sweet potatoes 2 l-2c per lb.
Pumpkin 4c lb.
Shell almonds 60c lb.
Shell walnuts ....60c lb.
Shell pecans 80c lb.
Cocoanuts 10c each
Almonds 25c per lb
Brazil nuts 25c per lb.
Black walnuts .... 10c lb., 3 lbs. for 25c
Chestnuts 20c per lb.
Filberts 3bc per 16,
Pecans 25c per lb.
English Walnuts 25c per lb.
Roasted peanuts 30c lb,
flutter and Ksc.
Butter, fancy grade 33c to 40c lb.
Eggs, Sunflower 40 per doz.
Eggs, fresh candled 35c per doz
Eggs, ranch ...50c per doz.
Walnut cheese 20c glass
McLaren's Imperial ....20c to 35c a Jar
Plmiento cheese .-..20c a glass
German breakfast cheese 2 for 15c
Imperial cheese.... 15 to 35c each
Holland cream cheese.... 40c per lb.
Camerabert. 35c: Imported ..50c per can
Cream dairy -..30c per lb.
Edam, small '. J1.15 each
Neufchatel .....' Uc each. 3 for lac
Pineapple 65c and 70c each
Roquefort 65c per lb.
Swiss imported 40c per lb
Llmburser 30c per lb.
Dutch Girl 40c per can
Brick cheese 30c per lb
Turkeys (dressed) SOc per lb.
Turkeys falive) 22 l-2c per lb.
Spring Chickens (dressed) ..35c per lb.
Spring chickens (live) 30c per lb.
Chickens (dressed) 20c per lb.-
Chickens (live) 17c per lb.
Ducks (dressed) 25 cents per lb.
Ducks (live) 22 l-2c per lb.
Geese (dressed) ..25c per lb.
Geese (lire) 22c per lb.
Ranch eggs 50c per dozen
Speckled trout 17Uc per lb.
Various CaL fih 17c per lb.
Salmon 22c per lb.
Sirloin steak -. 25c per lb.
T bone steak ..'. 27V-C ner lb.
Kountf steak 20c per Ib.J
iuuun. a iea it i5c per ID.
Chuck roast .... 12fee per lb.
Rump roast 15c per lb.
Prime rib roast 20c per lb.
Beef livers 1-2C per lb.
Corn beef 15c per lb.
Leg--. '...;...' 17 l-2c lb.
Shoulders . 15c per lb.
Chops 25c per lb.
Breast pieces 10c per lb.
Spare ribs 17 l-2c lb.
Shoulders, 20c lb.
keg . 20c per lb.
Chops 22 l-2c lb.
Steaks 20c lb.
Sausage 15c per lb.
Sauer kraut. ..10c per Vb., 2 lbs. for 15c
Home cooked tongue, 60c lb.
Home cooked ham 60c lb.
Home cooked veai 60c lb.
Home cooked perk 60c lb.
Jellied tongue ...., 60c lb.
Sallma sausage. Milwaukee.... 40c lb.
Cevelat sausage. Milwaukee... 40c lb.
Head cheese, Milwaukee .. ..40c :'o.
Liver sausage. Milwaukee 40c lb.
Ham sausage, Milwaukee 35o lb.
Blood and tongue sausage. Mil
waukee .Oc lb.
Kosher weiner ................ 25o lb.
Kosher Frankfurters 25c lb.
Kosher cooked corn Deer 40c lb.
Smoked halibut 40c per lb.
Smoked salmon 40c per lb.
Smoked sturgeon 40c per lb.
Smoked eels 40c per lb.
Smoked white fish 40c ?r lb.
Smoked bloaters ...".. -.5c each
Herring milchera Sc each
Anchovies 35o per keg
Upon request of valley farmers and
fruit growers. The Herald adds to Its
market report the wholesale prices. It
is generally understood mat tnese
prices are just 10 percent more than
the produce buyers pay the farmer for
Alfalfa, wholesale $19.00 per ton
Alfalfa, retail $20.00 per ton
Corn, wholesale $1.45 per cwt
Corn, retail '. .$1.60 per cwt.
Texas oats, wholesale.... $1.60 per cwt.
Eex'as oats, retail A.. $1.75 per swt
Chops, wholesale .. $1.-60 per.swt.
Chops, retail $1.60 per swt.
Bran, wholesale $1.60 per swt.
Bran, retail $1.70 per swt.
Chicken feed, wholesale... $2.25 per cwt.
Chicken feed, retail $2.50 per cwt.
Texas & Pacific train No. 5 from the
east, due at 9:05 p. m.. is reported To
arriva at 11:05 p. m. All other after
noon and night trains are reported on
time for Friday.
Why pay $1.09 per nour when you
can get your wor done for 75c per
hour? We employ union labor; lowest
prices on material.
Quality House, 110 X. Stnnton St.,
Texas Electrical Supply Company.
Is Admitted to Practice.
James Macintosh, of Marfa. Texas,
has been admitted to practice in the
courts of Texas. He took the examin
ation in El Paso and made an average
of 96 percent on Torts, the highest
ever attained locally.
Auto Ambulance, Peak Undertaking Co.
Mexican Herald on sale at .news
wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Schumacher Leaves for East.
T M. Schumacher, vice president of
the' El Paso & Southwestern system,
arrived In El Paso Thursday from the
west, where he had been on an inspec
tion trip. He left Thursday night for
Chicago. G. F. Hawks, general superin
tendent of the road, camo in with Mr.
Schumacher. He remained here.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Gumcoii, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
II.VS ARM BROKEN.
Dora V. Peacock, of the Cooperative
Realty company, had his arm broken
Wednesday afternoon when his new
automobile kicked back on him and
broke the bones Is his forearm.
Notice to Taxpayers.
Statfe and county taxes for 1912 will
become delinquent if not paid prior to
Feb. 1st. 1913.
Ccrrunencing Monday, Jan. 13th, the
office wal be open from 7 to 9 oclock
in the evening to accommodate those
who cannot come in the day time
Will L Watson,
County Tax Collector.
Doctor Convicted on Fraud Charge.
. Denver, Colo, Jan. 17. After delib
erating for two hours the federal Jury
returned a verdict of guilty in the
ej' the government against Dr J
Jr.2mpson: cnarged with having
used the mails to defraud in conned
tion with his medical practice. -
,FOi5J1.0,IS? Jl.r,nK and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Suoply
Company. 317 Mills street. wy
Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 Bl Paso street.
Conld Not Find the Fire.
5.ime ?e telephoned the Central fire
station at 3:30 oclock Thursday after
noon and said there was a fire in pro
gress at 1416 Wyoming street The
company responded, but was unable to
una any fire.
n?; W1"lnm & c" 223 S. Stantqn
uptodate wallpaper and papering.
Dr. Anna Renin, Buckler Bldg.
Rioter Sentenced to 100 Days.
Los Angeles, Calif., Jan. 17. Joe
t-oiicn, an Austrian, who participated
n a riot here January 1. when an
American flag was torn to shreds by a
number of his , countrymen, was sen
tenced in the police court to serve lOT
days in the city Jail.
Dr. Jones, Foot SpecInllHt, Mills Bldg.
Open at night by appointment. Phone 788
Dr. Ebcrt. Dentist. 21B-2IS Mills Bldg.
Dr. R. M. Ratllff, dentist, 2M-5-S Ca
Working for Bigger rout.
Burt Orndorff has received a letter
from congressman George Curry stat
ing that he and congressman W. R.
Smith are workinsr hard for the Fert
Bliss enlargement bill and that it has
a fine chance of passing. Congressman
urry s&ys ne would itKe xo oe oacK n
El Paso, where he could see the sun
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Former Congressman Die In Dakota.
Sioux Falls, S. D.. Jan. 17. Oscar
Sherman Glfford. twice territorial del
egate to conirress from Dakota ter
ritory and representative in congress
from South Dakota In the 49th, 50th
and 51st congresses, died at his honi3
in Canton today.
Dv ? TS1,U Osteopthle Infirmary.
nP'ii.t,00,111??' Physician in chief;
ST;,i?elMl,B.urk' Dr- G? barker. Dr.
fauiR- Collins, consulting physicians;
21 West Missouri street.
Home Economics Lectures.
Austin. Tex, Jan. 17. The depart
ment of domestic economy of the Uni-
SaL"?0 ?exas u hli aa ope a
school of home economics for the
women of Texas, beginning Monday
eo. .19 and continuing throughout the
m?&.. Lectures, demonstrations and
fS .b,IUon w.m constitute the program
of this school. The special lectures of
national reputation and authority have
beea engaged and wl give daily lec
tures on various phases of this work.
Dr. Morford. obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren & kidneys. Fevers, digest ive & nerv
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Headquarter, for Mazda lamps. Gem
Electric Co, S01 San Antonio St.
, Mail for Branson.
George E. Branson has a bundle of
letters at the poatoffice as big as a ,
congressman's morning maa There are
18 pieces of "mail for him and the
clerks have ben unable to deliver
them because there is no street address
Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and
iD,n iettieSatt erlee. osteopath, 413
Mills Bldg, Phone 14L
Seek to Invalidate Indictment.
New York, Jan. 17. Permission to
settle before a jury whether Albert A.
Stephens is a resident of New York
and a qualified federal grand juror
w-as obtained by the government in tl
case of Charles S. Mellea and others
Indicted for alleged violation of 'b-1
bnermaa anti-trust law. President
Mellen of the New Haven road re
cently entered a pica of abatemen".
alleging that Stephens was a resldert
of New Jersey and that this invali
dated the indictment
Dr. Jamieson. diseases or kidneys,
bladder, rectum and slcin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Dr. J. h. Paget, 61 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Overripe Eggs By Mall.
A dozen overripe eggs arrived via
Parcels post at the El Pao postoffic
Thursday afternoon. The e-jgs -tte-e
addressed to a Highland !", r but
were filed away in the gaas,- can. as
they smelted to heaven.
prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freisht transfer, call Pomeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Chlronodlst. Mrs. Benson, Herald BUg-.