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Saturday, January 18, 1913 3 C
If You Care to Share in the Very Unusual
Economies Provided by This
Crowded With New Spring Goods We Start Our
EL PASO HERALD
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I "Good Big"
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"ONDAY Ave begin the most important sale of the entire
year OTJB "GOODBYE" CL-UAK4JNJ.U and this is go
ing to be the greatest clearance we've ever held. "We are going to
set a new mark for bargain-giving. Every item of winter mer
chandise is marked down for quick removal and MARKED DOWN
L0WEE than even WE have ever marked them in ANY SALE.
If you've waited for this event you have acted wisely, for the sav
ings here offered are UNPARALLELED! If you thought to save
one-fourth to one-third .on winter needfuls, what will vou say when
we tell you that GREATER SAYTNGS than even HALF are by no
means rare in this sale? Come prepared for startling values. COME
EARLY MONDAY MORNING AND GET FIRST CHOICE OF
THESE REMARKABLY LOW CLEARANCE PRICES.
WE HAVE GOT to dispose of present stocks in order to ac
commodate the new and this is the accepted month in
which to do it. The surprising tiling about this sale is that such
great variety should be involved, yet this is only the logical result of
a constantly broadening volume of business which demands a corre
spondingly large increase in the size of our stock from year to year.
We have shown no favoritism the newest things are sacrificed
along with others not so new, but quite as' worthy. Prices have
been reduced unflinchingly without a thought of the .original cost,
and every department is offering its share. We are simply dupli
cating our action of January a year ago, but with this difference,
namely: That, QUALITY FOR QUALITY, PRICES ARE LOW
ER THAN THEY EVER HAVE BEEN.
Rare Suit Values
THIS has been the largest sea
son in the selling 61 coat
suits. We have sold thousands
of the nobbiest suits to be found
in El Paso. We must clear out
our remaining lots at "Goodbye"
prices. Do not overlook this
great opportunity. Yelvet suits
included in the assortment.
$20.00 Coat Suits now $10.00
$27.50 Coat Suits now $15.00
$37.50 Coat Suits now $22.50
$45.00 Coat Suits now $27.50
$50.00 Coat Suits now. . .".$34.50
Suits over $50.00 at Half Price.
Dresses worth up
to $12.50 for. . .
Suits worth Reg
ularly $27.50 . ,
WE have carefully gone
through our stock and
selected a number of dresses
which we will dispose of, regard
less of cost. They are made of
good quality wool and silk fab
rics. Read on
Wool Dresses to $34.50 at $15.00
$27.50 Silk Dresses now. .$15.00
$37.50 Silk Dresses now. .$22.50
$45.00 Silk Dresses now. .$27.50
Higher priced Dresses in pro
portion. Coat Prices Drop !
IN the lot you will find Boucles,
Double-Faced Coatings, Diag
onals, Chinchillas, Zibelines, etc.
Full length coats in tire leading
shades and styles are to be found
here in great assortments. Note
these prices carefully:
$19.50 Wool Coats now. . .$ 9.50
$22.50 Wool Coats now. . .$12.50
The Half Price List
Velvet Dresses to $79.50 Half
White Serge Dresses to $49.50
White, Broadcloth Dresses to
$49.50 Half Price. '
Choice of all Furs Half Price.
All Evening Wraps Half Price.
All Evening Dresses Half Price.
Exclusive Domestic and Import
ed Models from $75.00 to $350.00.
Coats and Dresses
OUR entire stock of girls'
woolen dresses and coats
at big reductions. Some very
smart models are being shown7
exclusively by us:
?1.95 Wool Coats now marked $1.15
$4.00 Wool Coats now marked $2.45
$5.00 Wool Dresses and Coats J.S3.95
57.50 Wool Dresses and Coats J.S5.45
?10.50 Wool Dresses and Coats $7.25
$12.50 Wool Dresses and Coats $8.95
$15.00 Wool Dresses and Coats $10.95
$17.50 Wool Dresses and Coats $12.45
Waists Less than Cost
THE new Spring Waists are
coming in daily, so it is im
perative that we dispose of ail
Fall styles at once. In order to
do so we've marked them down
to rock-bottom prices.
Linen Tailored Waists odds
and ends worth to $5.00, now 95c
$1.50 Tailored Linene and Linen
Waists, also lingerie styles. .79c
WE are showing some great
values in the Good
bye" Clearance. White, black
and the wanted color sweaters,
including the popular blazer
stripes, in a splendid assortment
of different styles.
Women's $2.95 Sweaters. .$1.95
Women's $4.95 Sweaters $3.45
Children's 50c Sweaters 39c
Children's $1.00 Sweaters.. .79c
.Children's $1.75 Sweaters. .$1.15
It Will Be Necessary for You to
Visit the Store at Once
SUCH white wear values as this sale provides
comes too seldom to be ignored by econom
ically inclined women, so the veiy strongest lan
guage we can use would not sound extravagant in
urging you to share in the VERY UNUSUAL
VALUES offered during this White Event.
Make a list of white wear needs you -will need for
yourself and family during the next six months.
Bring this list to the store and examine only such
goods that you have on your lis; then make a note
of the price savings you will be surprised at the
substantial amount of money you will be able to
save by BUYING NOW.
Here are a few of Monday's EXTRA SPECIAL
VALUES. Hundreds more .-just as worthy just
as remarkable are riot listed because of lack of
Five Good Basement Specials
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS Hem- LONSDALE MUSLIN Limit 10
stitched and tucked, also ruffled yards to a customer no phone or-
styles. World of White 1QC ders accepted at, the World of
?Hn.DREN''s'"wMSTS - Lace te Sale rice of ' QC
trimmed styles; particularly -well (Monday only) v
made. World of White rv CHILDREN'S DRESSES Made of
Sale, each A Vr ! gingham and percale in. white and
CHILDREN'S KNITTED WAISTS aUo zes 2 to 6 veaxs.
In all sizes up to 12 years. ,,,,.,,
World of White Sale, -S C World of White Sale gA
each IOC Special, each ... JJ
Come Monday and Share in
These Embroidery Values
LINE 1 Cambric, Swiss and Nain
sook, beadiug, galloons,, edgings
and insertrngs 1-2 to 4 inches
-wide. A better value than p
ever shown before at, a yd. w w
LINE 2 2000 yards of handsome
embroidery headings and bands.
World of White Sale value Q
at, a yard J?C
LINE 3 Baby matched sets in
Swiss and cambric, all match sets,
1-2 to 21-2 inches - 0?r,
wide. Special a yard AfciC
LINE 418 inch embroidery, in
rare and beautiful designs. World
of White Sale, a 1 Q
LINE 5 18 and 27 inch embroid
ery and flouncings for baby
dresses, etc. Baby Irish designs.
Best value ever offered A Q
at, yard ft27C
LINE 6 27 inch flouncings for
dresses, exquisite new designs that
will please the feminine heart.
World of White Sale, WQ-
LINE 7 Allover Swiss and cam
bric embroidery a special impor
tation in the newest designs.
World of White Sale, PQ
LINE 8 Our own importation of
fine Swiss embroidery in eyelet
and Baby Irish effeets; suitable
for children's and misses' dresses.
Extra special value at QA
LINE 9 45 and 27 inch flounc
ing3 in Baby Irish, designs in ba
tiste ; also eyelet embroidery.
Priced for "the World .of qq
White Sale at, yard. ..'... O C
LINE 10 New and beautiful de
signs in Swiss and nainsook all
over embroidery. This must be seen
to be appreciated. World qq
of White Sale, a yartf..'
LINEV11 15 ineh Swiss eyelet and
blind effects some of the best
patterns shown in lingerie. Espe
cially cheap in the World of
White Sale at, tf a q
LINE 12 15 ineh flouncings in
the very new pin wheel and nu
merous other effects. See this
handsome material 6 "1 J
at, yard pi.OS
LINE 13 15 inch French voile
flouneings in luxurious styles
satin stitch the most perfect
hand embroidered ef- d Qp
fects. Speeial at, yd. . P A iO
LINE 14 Especially inviting is
this display of newest flouncings
in Baby Irish effects on voile
conventional and floral designs
with bands to match.
Special, a yard .
Choice of Any Winter
Hat in the House,
Worth up to $20.00
Fine Messaline Silk
$2.95 Taffeta Silk
Children's $2.00 Trim
Lace and Embroidery
" Trimmed Brassieres
La Vida Corsets by
Continues Next Week
Satin Party Slippers
C Advertisement .)
Southwestern train No. 8, the Golden
State limited, due at 3:56 p. m., from
the east. Is reported to arrive at 4:25
p m. Texas & .Pacific train No. S,
due at 9:05- p. m. from the east, is due
to arrive at 11:05 p. m. Ail other
afternoon and night trains are re
ported on time for Saturday.
Clyinder cracked by frost, welded. El
Paso Welding Co.. 619 North Kansas.
Why pay J1.80 per Hour when you
can get your work done for 75c per
hour' We employ union labor; lowest
prices on material.
Quality Home, 110 N. Stanton St.,
Texas Electrical Supply Company.
One Legged Men Quarrel.
Lino Chaparro, a pee leg man. -complained
in the police court Fridav
afternion that W. Louis, a man -with
an artificial leg, who was on trial on
a. charge of vagrancy, was implicated
in securing S2Q from him for an arti
ficial leg which had never arrived.
Louis testified that he only interper
peted for a man by the name ot Car
penter who was the real agent for the
artifical legs. He denied having any
other interest in the case. Judge Pool
held the case open until 4:39 oclock
Pumps, lubricators, cracked by frost,
welded. El Paso Welding Co., 619 N. Kan.
Dr. R. 31. Ratllff, dentist, 24-5-6 Ca
"No One to Meet Her: Get Excited.
A. uecrro woman who arrived on the
i h train from thr eist fc-iturdav
rn - cti i 2 frTi-ilt ral t exe.ti -
jrert at tic i i n wli n si Usi v-
t t r ". Kj5 Uuri. to t U
her. She had come from Dallas to
visit her daughter, who was ill. "When
the station policeman attempted to
take her into the negro waiting room
at the station she became excited and
begged the officers not to harm her.
She was finally quieted and her rela
tives were located.
Mexican Herald on sale at news
Wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Charged "With Lunacy.
C. E. Gardner, Maria Aralza and M,
Yanez were arrested Friday on lunacy
complaints. The defendants were
lodged in the county jail.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
Obstetrics. 211 Roberts-Banner Bldy.
Confesses to Ilobbery and Murder.
Portland, Oregon, Jan. 18. John St.
Clair, arrested here as a suspect, con
fessed in the presence of United States
district attorney John McCourt and
witnesses, a total of 18 robberies in
Oregon and California and the murder
of John Miller on a ranch at Vina,
association asking that the people of
El Paso give L J. Kirker, national or
ganizer, all the support possible in his
work of organizing the local unit Mr.
Lester favors the old trails route.
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphono and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
Placing Steel Girders.
The steel girders for the top floor
ot the Masonic temple building are
being placed. The steel work skele
ton for the top story is being used
in order to eliminate all concrete col
ums from the main lodge room on the
Dr. Camcon. dentist 228 Mesa Ave.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Hot stuff (low brow for bitullthic
paving while it is superheated), is be
ing laid on Oregon street at the San
Francisco street intersection. The
paving crew had a large gallery of
winter resorters watching the process
of patching the paving.
Several, nice, uncalled-for, nobby
tailor-made suits and overcoats that
must be sold. So call and get a bargain.
K. V. Pearson.Fine Tailoring, 110 Texas.
Favor "Old Trails" Route.
H. lister, thr auto enthusiast nnl
! - 1 ro2f!s nost r who is st?ndin,
j Hi- w. nti-r ere has receive 3 u Vtt
1 fr ii tie Lt ..arUrs of the OU Ira. s
Dr. Bryan, dentist 107 El Paso Street
Notice to Taxpayers.
State and county taxes for 1912 will
become delinquent if not paid prior to
Feb. 1st 1913.
Commencing Monday. Jan. 13th, the
prilce w11 be open from 7 to 9 oclock
v. evening' to accommodate those
who cannot come in the day time.
Will L Watson,
County Tax Collector.
Selllnc Frozen Fruit.
Frozen fruit is being sold on the El
iaso streets from peddlers' wagons.
The fruit including oranges and ban
anas, has been frosted in transit or
in the California freeze and is discol
ored and as palatable as a bale of alfalfa
and equally as nourishing to the hu
C. n. Williams i Co.. 223 S. Stanton,
uptodate wallpaper and papering.
Dr. J.H.Paget, 501 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Enters OH Tank "With Torch.
A Mexican laborer entered a big oil
tank at the El Paso smelter Friday
night with a torch to se-e if -thr tark
v as rmpt His whiskers sfyi cve-
Ltts r sircl b the ruir I "v -
por and he wa3 frhlened out cf a full
year's growth by the explosion which
resulted from his original research.
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg.
Too Much "Work; Postmaster Quits.
Branchvllle, N. C, Jan. 18. Overbur
dened with such an increase of busi
ness since the parcels post law went
into effect postmaster Warren a
Hursh of the local office, has sent his
resignation to the Washington authorities.
Dr. Jones, Foot Specialist, Mills Bldg.
Open at night by appointment Phone 78S
Increase "Wages of Strikers.
New York, N. Y., Jan. 18. The con
ference committee representing the
striking waist makers, nearly all wom
en, and the manufacturers, reached an
agreement last night regarding terms
of a settlement The manufacturers
agreed to an advance in wages of from
10 to 20 percent a minimum wage scale
and a maximum of 50 working hours
a week. The agreement will be voted
on by the strikers. About 37,000 wom
en workers are Involved.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist 210-218 Mills Bldg.
Robbed at Union Station.
A passenger for the Golden State
limited westbound Friday afternoon
was "frisked" for his $80 roll at the
union station gate. A message was
received by superintendent W. R, Mar
tin Saturday morning ironr. superin
tendent J. H. Dyer, of the Tucson di
vision, saying that the passenger had
been robbed here and that someone
had pumped him roughly as he was
about to pass througn the gtes.
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dalhart Pastors Organize.
Pal'iart Tpxos Jjn 1 The Mis
ters Ml ti of tl is i ity i s I" 1 I
organized by the i asters of thu "va
rious churches. Rev. O. H. Hulllnger,
pastor of the First Baptist church, is
chairman, and Rev. J. M. Jennings, pas
tor of the North Methodist church, sec
retary. The organization will hold
regular weekly meetings each Monday.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteoptule Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting jihysiclans;
201 West Mlssonrl street
Stove castlnff, heaters, welded. El Paso
Welding Co., 610 North Kansas.
Fruit Jobbers Elect Officers.
Now Orleans, La- Jan. 18. After at
tacking dishonest dealers and discuss
ing the express companies the Western
Fruit Jobbers' association convention
elected officers and adjourned to meet
next year at Kansas City. Samuel E.
Lux. of Kansas City, was elected presi
dent; T. A. Cargill. of Houstln, Tex.,
is third vice president
Dr. Morford, obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren & kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Discovers New Gas.
London. Eng., Jan. 18. Sir Joseph
Thomas, Cavendish professor of experi
mental physics at Cambridge univer
sity, has announqed his discovery of
a new gas which he said holds the
same relationship to hydrogen that
ozone does to oxxygen.
Headquarters for Mazda lamps. Gem
Electric Co, 601 San Antonio St
Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines and
Indict Alleged Incendiaries.
New York, N Y, Jan. 18. The m
fliotment of three men as alleged In-
endiaries and the arrest of one of
them RiMiert J Rubin, a fire insur
ijuri r wrro developments m
t c distJ-.,.t attorncjs prosecution of
the "arson trust" described by Isldcr
Stein, the convict known as "lazy the
Dr. Jamieson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg.
' Soldiers Home Cleric Arrested.
Leavenworth, Kan., Jan. IS. Clar
ence M- Stearns. Issuing clerk for the
federal soldiers' home commissary, was
arrested by a deputy United States
marshal on charges of burglary and
larceny. The complaint was filed tty
Capt C. M. Pearsall, quartermaster at
the home, who charged that Stearns
attempted to appropriate to his 'use
supplies purchased for the home.
Broken aluminum crank cases, cylin
der, any metal part of your car welded
or brazed. El Paso Welding Co. 619
i onment In the United States peniten
tiary at Leavenworth. Lounsberry De-
gan his sentence last night
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteODath ill
Mills Bldg, Phone 141. oslePa-n' 3
Convicted of Robbing Mall.
Kansas City. Kans., Jan. 18. WelSs
Lounsberry. of Medford, Ore- convicted
in the federal court in Kansas City.
Kans, of robbing a mall car on tlie
Union Pacific railrjoad, between hire
ttlYJnCe- Kan" last August, was
sentenced to serve 7 1-2 years' imprld-
Plans Series of
The Salvation army
a series of meetings
week at the citidel on
army will also have
at 11 a. m. and S p.
school at 2:30 in the
is planning r
to be held next
m. with Sunday
Auto Ambulance, Peak Undertaking Co.
3fay Pull Off a Fight.
Frankie Conley. the bantamweight
boxer, is in town and may pull off a
friendly bout with Earl Puryer, of New
Orleans. In El Paso within a week Ef
forts are betas made to secure a 1"
cense for an athletic club is Hi Paso
and if these are successful, he may be
engaged as instructor for the club.
Prompt Transrer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
600 X. Stanton. Phones IS and S9T.
"Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
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.