Newspaper Page Text
EL PASO HERALD
Friday, January 24, 1913
Free Facial Massage
75c to 95c Waists 39c
A very special Saturday bargain
beautiful a ' i e embroidered and
tucked waists in high or low neck
styles, worth 75c to 95c. QQ
Mme. Scossa will be pleased to
demonstrate, free of charge, her
famous Facial Preparations,
"Creme Bianca," "La France
Rouge," "Parisian Face Powder"
and others. Guaranteed under the
Pure Food A Drugs act. (Mez
At the "Big Store
A Busy Saturday
Never was a time when so many splendid values were specially prepared for
you the Saturday shopping habit meets with greater bargains every week
here at "Calishers" A careful reading of the items quoted here, and a com
parison of the values, will demonstrate the truth of this statement !
Women's Suits Worth to $25.00 . . $750
A strong feature of the "Calisker" clearance now in effect excellently
made and lined Suits in plain shades or fancy mixtures that were designed
to be sold at from $18.50 up to $25.00 sizes for large, medium or small wom
enor for misses, a wonderful gathering of handsome, attractive models,
specially gathered from the most favored of the season's best sellers in
most instances you'll find hut one or two suits of a kind but we have never
offered greater values Come in Saturday You'll want one of these suits.
General Clearance of Women's Fine Suits
Prices Are Less Than Half An Extraordinary Saving, and a Long Way to
Gr6 Yet, Before Warm Weather Comes
Baits -worth up to ?4S.50 now reduced iQ CtTk Suits -worth up to $55.00 now reduced dJO " C.f
Suits -worth up to $65.00 now reduced 6JOQ CA Suits worth up to $85.00 now reduced dJOQ E"
The selections are unequaled in the entire West, presenting a superb gathering of plain, richly tailored or
beautifully trimmed styles in novelty weaves of every late design, or rieh broadcloths and velvets. We are
sure' you will agree with us. that these are really unusual bargains.
The Great White Fair Offers Splendid Economies!
The beautiful embroideries, the crisp, fresh, snowy white wash
fabrics, the wonderful and dainty creations in women's lingerie-1-th'e
unusual economies in household linens there never hare been
gathered together, under one roof, such brilliant displays as these!
The Special Embroidery Tables on the Main Ploor, Are a Revelation!
Embroideries worth to 12e
Great White Fair Special at..
Embroideries worth to 35c
Great White Fair Special at. .. .
Embroideries worth to $1.95
Great White Fair Special at
Embroideries worth to 20C
Great White Fair Special at
Embroideries worth to $1.00
Great White Fair Special at. .. .
Embroideries worth to $2.50
Great White Fair Special at.
1- 1 I "."T T T 1 -i --- i . -w-1 I ( -
jtseautirui JNovemes are snown m urepe ana iuarquisette Jlimbroidenes in
Matched Sets, of wide Skirtings, Plouncings, Edgings and Bands, and Dainty,
Exquisite Swiss Novelties, with intermingling colors in new effects.
36 in. Linen Waistings at 43c .
A very special value worth regularly to 65c a very
serviceable, all linen fabric for waists or suits, in weights'
50c Silk Stripe Marquisettes at 39c
An excellent grade, in beautiful designs.
Spring Novelties in Wash Fabrics
A magnificent gathering of crisp, fresh novelties O JJ
in ratine and serge effects, in dainty striped "C
or solid shades, are here to greet you, in a great choice
of desired colors.
BEAUTIFUL UNDERMUSLINS AT TEMPTING PRICES
To describe the beauty and charm of these exceptionally well made garments
would require a whole page those who have seen this display have been loud
in their praise and the shrewd ones have laid in supplies for a long time ahead.
Corset Covers at 35c and upward.. Princess Ships at 95c and upward.
Mght Robes at 79c and upward. Petticoats at 95c and upward..
Combinations at 95c and upward. Women's Drawers at 39c and upward.
Such values-as are shown here have never been equaled in El Paso!
6 to 9 P. M. Specials In
25c' Packers Tar Soap 16c
Limit One Cake.
25c Lehn & Finks Talcum 16c (
Limit One Jar.
25c Colgate's Shaving Stick. .16c
Limit One Stick.
25c Euthymol Tooth Paste... . 16c
Limit One Tube.
10c Carbolated Vaseline 7c
Limit One Tube.
15c Osborne's Peroxygen 10c
Full 8 oz. Limit One.
15c Colgate's Dental Cream... 8c
Limit Oner Tube.
5c Colgate's Shaving Soap
Limit Two 2 for 5c
10c to 15c Tooth Brushes, 7c
50c Cauthrox Shampoo 39c
Worth 25c at
In tan or white
only an extra
special lot, in sizes
up to 8.
YOU MENF0LKS !
like bargains, eh? We have pre
pared a number of startlers for
you on sale tliu Saturday only!
Men's Fine Shirts
worth $2 to $2.50
How does that strike you? Well,
they're waiting for the shrewd
ones to snap them up Some of
these shirts are slightly, very
slightly, mussed having been
used in window displays.
But you never never in your life
saw such bargains!
Shirts worth to
I DC al .
These are excellent value Come
in light or dark colors in laun
dered or soft styles semi dress or
work shirts values up to 75c.
Saturday Special OCi
at -. 7C
$2.50 Union Suits $1.95
Not an ordinary garment but a
very special value in pure wool
a grade that has never been sold
for less than ?2.50. d -j QC
Saturday Special ...$ltap
$2.00 Shirts or Drawers
Men's all wool shirts or drawers
in a splendid quality, close knit,
full fashioned garment a very
special value Satur- (f fl JP
day at i I oDO
An extra heavy grade of lambs
wool fleeced shirts or drawers, in
grey only a special value at 50c
Saturday only, XQ
each 3 J C
Men's Night Eobes 39c
Either in extra quality outing
flannel or in good, strong cambric,
neatly trimmed with fancy braid
would be a good value at 50c.
Men's 50c and 75c Ties
3 for $1.00
35c each, or 3 for ?1.00 silk ties
in 4 in hands or flowing ends, in
beautiful patterns worth to 75n
Men's half hose in the well
known "Phoenix" guaranteed
make in black or tans ey g
the pair 3C
Sanitary Hand'chiefs .
Two grades, in sealed boxes
2 for 25c and 3 for 25c.
Everything In Footwear For Women,
Misses and Children '
OUR rapidly increasing business causes us to call further attention to our
complete stocks of footwear- for- women, misses and children. We also
remind you that the prices you pay here are considerably lower con
sidering the service we give than elsewhere in El Paso.
MAIL ORDERS We solicit' 'ma'U orders from all. of El PoJo's trade
territory. Since the Parcels Post h-in effect, it is greatly to your advantage
to buy shoes from us.
50c Rubber Gloves- 25c
G to 9 p. m. only One pair to a
purchase Women's rubber gloves
all sizes, regularly 50c. OJ?
12 l-2c Dimities 9c
In neat, small checks and double stripes all day
$1.25, Children's Dresses
All day long 69c. In neat percales, ginghams and
Worth 50c at 35c
An extra heavy fleeced cotton, in
natural color. Drawers or shirts.
3 for 5c
Women's India lawn hemstitched
handkerchiefs, in plain white only
a very sheer, good
quality, 3 for OC
TO REIVE IEH
(Continued from page l.j
of the recall. which, however,
does not necessitate a constitutional
amendment, and a bill by representative
Cordova, for two cent passenger fares
on railroads within the state, consti
tuted the chief bills introduced in the
two houses of the legislature yesterday.
Senator Evans's bill makes intoxica
tion or scandalous conduct cause for
forfeiture of office. It recalls state
and county officials and prescribes the
procedure for ousting these officers who
are guilty of violations of the bill's pro
visions. In the case of state officers,
the attorney general shall institute pro
ceedings in the supreme court, while in
the case of county officers, the district
attorneys shall proceed through the dis
trict courts. Should charges be pre
ferred against the attorney general,
tnen the governor is empowered to des
ignate a district attorney to prosecute
the ouster proceedings in the supreme
court for the removal of that official.
Deadline on Bills.
A resolution by Llewellyn passed the
house providing that no Mils be offered
in the house this session after the last
day of February. There was consider
able opposition to the resolution, but
It passed by a small majority. '
New Bills Introduced.
The following bills were presented:
Lucero. providing for better accommo
dations for the traveling public by rail-
M. MORRIS ON TRIAL.
M. Morris, alias Teraschewsky. who
was convicted on a charge of vagraney
ln the corporation court and fined $200,
was placed on trial Friday morning be
fore a jury in the county court. The
defendant appealed the case from the
corporation court l
Chronic, Crippled-up Suffer
ers Find Relief After Few
Doses of New Remedy
It is needless to suffer any longer
with rheumatism and be all crippled
up and bent out of shape with its
heaxt-wrenching pains when you can
surely avoid it.
Rheumatism comes from weak, in
active kidneys, that fail to filter from
the blood the poisonous waste matter
and uricacid; and It Is useless to rub
on liniments or take ordinary remedies
to relieve the pain. This only prolongs
the misery and can't possibly cure you.
The only way to cure rheumatism "s
to remove the cause. The new discov
ers, Croxone, does this because it neu
tralizes and dissolves all the poisonous
substances and uric acid that lodge
, the joints and muscles, to scratch
and irritate and cause rheumatism, and
cleans out and strengthens the stopped
ut inactive kidneys, so they can filter
all the poison from the blood and drive
It on and out of the system.
Croxone Is the most wonderful medi
cine ever made for curing chronic
rheumatism, kidney troubles, and blad
der disorders. You will find differ
ent from all other remedies There is
nothing else on earth like It. It mat
ters not how old you are, or how long
vou have suffered, it is practically im
possible to take it into the human sys
tem without results. Xou will find re
lief from the first few doses, and you
will be surprised how quickly all your
misery and suffering will end.
..ioi MPinirii of Croxone co.?ts
but a trifle at any first-class drug
store. All druggists are authorized to
sell it on a positive money-back guar
antee Three doses a day for a few
,'avs is often all that is ever needed to.
, ure the worst backache or overcome
ijnnarj disorders. Adv. (
T HOUSE TO
BE IDE LARGE
Work to Start on Dona Ana
Building at Las Gruces
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 Faso 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 frdm 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.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 24. Work
will begin at once on the addition
to -the Dona Ana tfounty courthouse,
in which offices will be provided for
the treasurer, assessor, county clerk,
and commissioners. Fire proof vauits
will be installed for the filing of all
records. Officials have been com
pelled to fcaye their offices up town
on account of lack of room in the
courthouse. This is found to be not
only expensive to the county but a
great inconvenience to the officials and
the general public.
The Dona Ana county commissioners,
John McNary, of Berino; Antonio
Barncastle, of Dona Ana. and John
Findley, of Rincon, adjourned a two
days' session held in the clerks' of
ofice here, last evening, and returned
to their homes. The business trans
acted was of a routine nature.
Old Grant Patent Recorded.
Tlie patent for the Brazito grant
which now embraces the Santa Tomas
grant and contains 9,621, acres, has
been entered for record in the county
clerk's office The description covers
24 pages of foolscap paper and Is in
writing. It was made March 3, 1891.
Theodore Roosevejt causing these let
ters to be made patent and the seal
of tiie general land office to be affixed.
The grant is subject to all the limita
tions and terms of the act of congress,
March 3. 1S91.
Misses Josephine Armijo and Kema
cia Ascarate have returned home from
a brief visit in El Paso.
Mrs. F. Podschun, of Algonia, Kans.,
after a brief visit with her brother,
Chas. Krantz. postmaster at Gar
field, has arrived here and is a guest n
the home of her niece. Mrs. "William
Palmer jr., on Las Cruces avenue.
Mrs. Podschun has not visited Las
Cruces for 17 years.
Mr. and Mrs. John- May were in El
Mrs. Frank French will leave here
the first of the week for Los Anseles,
Calif., where she will join her hus
band, who preceded her a. couple of
weeks. They will locate there. They
were residents here for many years.
The social club will meet at the
home of Mrs. Vincent May next Wed
nesday. The Little Bridge club will be enter
tained at the home of Mrs. R, L. Faulk
ner by Miss Jessie Luarence on Satur
Mrs. -D. F. Baker entertained the
Neighboorhood Sewing circle at her
home on the Alameda yesterday after
noon. Nineteen were present. The
next meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. E. C Craft's, nar Dona Ana.'
The T. O. O. C club will be enter
tained by Miss Josephine Armijo on
The Wednesday club held its last
meeting at the home of Mrs. Luther
Foster on Las Cruces avenue.
Mrs. E. H. Stettmund left here this
morning for El Paso, for a brief visit.
She and her husband recently moved
here from La Mesa and bought the
Col. Ilagan ranch and the Plaza hotel.
The hotel has been leased to C. B.
Ni.-hol, from Rincon.
JUNIOR PROM TO BE
State College. N. M., Jan. 24. The
biggest social event of the school year
is the junior prom. It is to be given
earlier this year than ever before, on
account of the early approach of the
Lenten season. The date has been set
for January 31, and all plans are being
made to have this ball outshine any
thing ever given here before. Elabor
ate decorations, music from El Paso,
and special mude-to-order refreshments
are a part of the plans. Miss Sa"iie
Stuart and Miss Edna Ahderson will
have charge of the serving of refresh
ments. The persons who are to be in
the receiving line are: Dr. and Mrs. W.
E. Garrison, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Bow
man. Prof, and Mrs. A. B. Sage. Prof,
and Mrs. H. S. Hammond, Prof, and
Mrs. S. R. Mitchell. Misses Edna An
derson and Sadie Stuart, Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. Malone enter
tained at a five course dinner fol
lowed by bridge. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Anderson.
Win. Campbell and A. A. Laferrlere
spent a day at the college. They are
employed by the U. s. R. S., stationed
a few miles south of here.
A baby girl has arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clary, and also
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Hum
bert. Mrs. F. L Bixby is expected to re
turn soon from El Paso, bringing with
her a new baby girl, born three weeks
Bishoji Mann held confirmation ser
vice last night at St. James church,
following which there was a reception
to the choir boys and their friends in
the parish house.
Two Inches of snow fell here this
Miss Annis Ford has taken the po
sition in the administrative depart-
ment of the college formerly held b
Miss Sylvia Anderson.
The Science seminary met in the
biology laboratory and discussed the
following subjects: Osmosis in soils.
Prof. Stockton; fireproofing of fabrics
Prof. Christ'ensen; cause ot crown gall
rot. Prof. Hammond; difficulty of alco
hol determinations in fluid extracts.
Prof. Mitchell. "Eugenics," Profs.
Hoblit and Merrill.
SUGGESTS CEMSmtATIOX ON
COMPLETION- OF THE DAM.
B. C. Wade jr., of Las Cruces, has
written El Pasoans suggesting that
El Paso and Las Cruces hold a cele
bration In 1915 in commemoration of
the opening of the Elephont Butte
project. The matter will be presento-1.
to the board of directors of the cham
ber of commerce.
Chamberlain's Tablet for Consti
pation. For constipation. Chamberlain's Tab
lets are excellent. Easy to take, mild
and gentle in efTect. Give them a trial.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
600 N. Stanton. Phones 16 and S97.
Ue Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Half Store for Rent
Best Retail Location in
Town. Rent $160.00.
Ask for W. T.
roads; De Baca, regulating the business
o' logging; Llewellyn, for the encour
agement of irrigation; Llewellyn and
Moreno, for the proper construction and
maintenance of irrigation ditches; Car
ter, to compel the railroads to equip
their engines with electric headlights.
Carter, validating acknowledgments of
deeds and other instruments of record;
Rogers, defining a lawful fence and
providing penalty for trespassing;
Tripp, to prevent the drinking of intox
icating liquors on passenger trans.
Border Patrol Commended.
House resolution by Tully was re
ported favorably and under a suspen
sion of the rules was passed. The res
olution commended the action of the
United States on the border and stated
that while depredations were commit
ted across the line, that the stockmen
and farmers and Americans were well
protected by the troops; that the troops
were gentlemen, behaved in an orderly
manner, and the thanks of the citizens
of New Mexico are due them and the
national government for their splendid
work. The report further states that
there was no drunkenness in the camps.
The resolution passed unanimously.
Snnday Is Defined.
The committee on mines reported fa
vorably on bill number 34. Bill 26 was
passed as amended. It provides that
Sunday, in the sense of the bill, be from
11:59 Saturday night to 12 midnight
Sunday. This applies to the closing and
opening of saloons.
Bill 29, increasing the judges in the
fifth district ,was passed by two-thirds
majority. TheiSe. were several changes
made in the bill before it passed. One
was to allow the two judges to divide
the work and if they could not agree
then it was to be done by the supreme
Moreno BUI Referred.
Moreno's bill, making it a felony to
vacate property without paying rent
past dye. created much discussion, Mnl
llns claiming that the penalty -was too
severe and that he was opposed to Im
prisoning a man for debt. It -was final
ly referred to the judiciary committee
! House joint resolution, providing for
two interpreters for the house, brought
, up the question as to the constitutien-
i ality of the measure, but it was finally
agreed that as the 'people had endorsed
i the amendment to the constitution re-
I moving educational requirement ot
j members of the house, that it would be
i constitutional to provide interpreters.
I The judiciary committee reported
Carter's lobbying measure favorably. It
Is believed that it will pass the house.
I as nearly every member of that body
I would welcome some measure that will
prevent certain people from being on
the floor while the house is In session.
The bill Is stringent.
Is Last Saturday of Walk-Over
Surplus Shoe Sale
All Women's Walk-Over Shoes
On Sale -No Reservation
REGULAR 25c GENUINE
N. B Remember our Saturday Special,
112 TEXAS ST.
(3 Doom West Rio Grande' Bank)
and 409 N. Oregon St.
BAKING iyftMcfl COMPANY
$4 and $4.50 Values . . $3.45
$3.50 Values . , . : $2.95
$3.00 Values $2.65
$1.25 Crochet Slippers
Extra 71SLg ' .
O. Gilmore, Mgr.
214 San AnrnniV, .9r