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!L PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1913
FREE DEMONSTRATION, Second Floor Mme.
Scossa, of San Francisco, is personally demonstrat
ing her famous European Facial Preparations
.Non Wrmkle, "Cream Bianca" Persian Face
Powder and Rouge, etc. Massage Free!
Have You Seen
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Beautiful Embroideries Underpriced
of the Great White Fair
Rosa Bonheurs famous $65,
000 painting now on exhibition,
2nd floor. The moment you
step of the elevator you see
"Old Darby" the most real
istic portrayal of just an ordi
nary old while horse ever pro
duced on canvas. "Old Darby"
is shown purely from an educa
tional standpoint, and every
lover of horses and art should
see this really wonderful mas
linen TorcBon Laces !
Linen "Borchon Laces, a
orth. to 10c, at, yard cC
Sennan and French Val Laces,
jrorih to $1.00 the bolt, r cf
The above are two very special
ralnes for Thursday.
This, the most important sale and display of embroideries of the new
season, presents the greatest economies and selections that have ever
been brought to our city and the knowing ones are taking advantage of
the underpricings, for both present and future needs, for the coming
season will demand embroideries Buy now, it will pay you!
Two great lots, in dainty, pretty patterns, on fine sheer Swiss and strong serviceable nainsook and
Hamburg presenting an excellent selection such values as these are indeed tempting.
17 in. Flouncings, Bands. Wide Edges and Insert- 27 and 17 in. Flouncings, Bands, Wide Edges and
ings, worth to 40c the yard, IP.' Insertings, -worth up to $1.00 the yard, o r-
A at ..OC
Edgings and Insertings, -worth to 15c the
Edgings, Bands and Insertings, worth to
25c the yard, at
The above two lots are -without question the greatest values that have ever been shown and embrace
a magnificent gathering of beautiful designs on sheer, fine lawns, cambric and Hamburg in all widths.
27 in. Swiss Flouncings, worth up to -JO 45 in. Swiss Flouncings. worth up to ftp
L50 the yard, at OC $2.50 the yard, at ' COC
Beautiful Allovers in ex- n C? to d 1 I- r Slfcrhtlv Miisspd TCmhrnicTpriwi th.t w 1 no
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$5.00 yard, at 1-2 Price.
Women's Drawers, Thurs- ftp
In lace trimmed or tucked styles.
Women's Night Robes, worth to
$2.50, Thurs- d -i - -
Hand Emb'd Night Robes, worth
regularly $1.25, lhurs- QQ
$L25 Petticoats, Thurs- Ot
$2 J Petticoats, (t n
Thursday $ i. J. a
$2.00 Lingerie Waists, Q
$5.80 Silk Kimonos, dQ ?fj
Vl.25 Challi Kimonos,
Early Spring Fancies In Women's Suits!
Axe here in a splendid gathering, showing the new Welts and-Bedford
Novelties, nobby Hairline Stripes and Blue Serges with large collars of
contrasting colors, in sizes 13, 15, 17 14, 16, 18 and 36, 38 and 40, for
misses, juniors and women.
We Specially Feature These Beautiful New Suits at
"The best values that d8 C 17 CA (MA TC J d3F
are shown in El Paso." $!, $li.5U, $l;?.d and $2,5
Here's Another Sensational Sale of Women's Fine Dresses!
There's about 15 dresses in the lot, embracing colors of ever' desired
shade, light or dark, beautifully trimmed and made, in light weight
woolen materials dresses that are worth regularly up to a? rf
$22.50 A very special offering for Thursday, choice, at P &)
Early Spring Novelties In
Beautiful Wash Materials
We cannot say too much about this great
gathering of beautiful tuhable wash fabrics
We don't know where you'd find a better
or larger assortment, and such dainty col
Here's an immense gathering of charming
novelties and solid shades in the new "Tub
Silks," Soisettes, Mercerized Flaxons, Voiles
in corded, welt and striped designs, Poplins,
Repps, Serge and Ratine Suitings, Raty
nettes, Solid Shades in Ratynette and Welts,
Fancy Corded Tissue, Kimono Plisse, etc,
in a bewildering profusion of desired pat
terns and colors, at, c pj
54 in. Novelty Ratine Suitings, t fj
are a splendid, serviceable material. I OC
Come in stripe designs on white.
Dainty Striped Voiles, Corded Novelties,
Diagonal Welts and Novelty Pique, p" ff
excellent values, at OUC
Striped Voile and Welt Novelties q PJ
in beautiful colorings at, yard OOC
Imported Madras Novelties in satin stripes
and neat figures, worth regularly "j j
25c the yard, at IOC
Fancy Sheer Lawns and Dimities, in daintv
Toile Du Nord Ginghams, in every desired
shade, stripe and plaid styles, -t e if
worth regularly 15c the yard, at Xd2C
Novelty Silks, in Ribbon Stripe Voiles, an
exquisite, sheer fabric, -worth 75c, fjJQ
very special at, yard ..." O tJ C
Habutai Tubable Silks, in neat stripe de
signs, worth 50c at, QQ
Rich Satin Foulards, in beautiful new de
signs, every shade desired, A Q
These Foulards are an exceptional value.
The Unique Theatre
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TodayDon't Miss It
Three Reel "101 Bison" Military Drama
1000 Soldiers; Several Regiments of
Cavalry In This Marvelous
No greater military spectacle ever produced. A tribute
to General Phil Sheridan; a triumph for the "Unique"
and a treat for "Unique" patrons.
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ATI afternoon and evening1 trains for
Wednesday are reported du time.
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt bag-gage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
afloat or submerged. The damage was
slight and docking was postponed un
Dr. Morf ord, obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren &kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Remove Dented Plates Front Ship.
Vallejo, Calif.. Jan. 29. Several '
slightly dented plates will be removed !
from the cruiser California during her ',
stay in dry dock. More than a vear t
ago wiiue at Honolulu one compart
ment -was leaking slightly. Investiga
fon revealed several dented plates, but
r.o one remembered any vibration, such
as -would have been felt if the vessel
had been in collision -with anything
Alleges Use of Third Degree.
St lKuis, Mb,, Jan. 29. That severe
third degree methods were used by the
police to extract a confession, later re
pudiated, from Barbara Gladys Arnold
that she had fired the hotel Berlin on
November 1. causing the death of three
persons, -was the testimony of Rev.
William J. Williamson, the 16 year old
nursegirl's former employer, at the
crirl's trial on a charge of first degree
Headquarters for Mazda lamps.
Electric Co.601 San Antonio St.
III; Trial Delayed.
Mo., Jan. 29. Soon after
EL PASO THEATRE
GOLDEN JUBILEE TOUR
Feb. 3 and 4 Matinee Feb. 4tE.
the taking of testimony -was begun in
the trial of Dr. B. Clarke Hyde, charged
with the murder of Col. Thomas Swope,
the illness of Carl D. HIggins, a juror,
caused a sudden adjournment. Higgins
was suffering from an attack of grip.
Jfotice to Taxpayers.
State and county taxes for 1912 will
become delinquent If not paid prior to
Feb. 1st. 1913. .
Commencing Monday, Jan. 13th, the
office will be open from 7 to 9 oclock
in the evening to accommodate those
who cannot come in the day time.
Will I. Watson,
County Tax Collector.
Eastern Railroads Are Fined.
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 29. Charged with
failure to remove cattle from oars
every 28 hours to water and feed them,
the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, the
Pennsylvania company and the Pitts
burg, Columbus, Chicago & St. Louis
railways were given fines aggregating
$12,950 in the United States district
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Dr. Janileson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Scene from TEE SENATOR KEEPS HOUSE
Wm. H. Crane's Masterpiece.
Dr. Jones, Foot Specialist, Mills IJldg.
Open at night by appointment. Phone 788
GlrlH Aid In -Savlnp Life.
Kansas City, Mo.. Jan. 29. Ten girls,
ranging in ages from S to 16, bared
their arms to the surgeon's knife to
furnish skin to heal the .burns of Reba
Hainds. 10 years old, who nearly per
ished Christmas day in a fire which
brought death to her father, mother and
baby sister and destroyed the Hainds
farmhouse, near Arnett, Okla.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Paget, dentist, 501 Roberts-Banner.
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath, 413
Hills Bldg.. Phone 141.
Has Frozen Feet.
Charles Walt an Inmate of the clty
jail Tuesday, was sent to the county
hospital- with a case of badly frozen
feet. His feet were frozen last- year.
According to Dr. Frank Lynch, police
surgeon, a portipn of Walt's feet will
have to be amputated.
Dr. A. T. Still OsteoptUIc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Has Letters For Wilkinson.
Police chief I. N. Davis is holding sev
eral letters for Thomas Wilkinson, who
is believed to be in Kl Paso. The let
ters were posted at Butte. Mont.
C H. Williams & Co., 223 S." Stanton,
uptodate wallpaper and papering.
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
army board just returned from the isth
mus. The board prepared an elaborate
scheme of land defence, involving con
struction of roads and provisions for
the rapid movement of troops to any
Why pay 51.00 per hour when you i
can get your work done for 75c per I
uuui: e empioy union iaDor; lowest
prices on material.
Quality DTonse, 110 N. Stanton Sfc.
Texas , Electrical Supply Company.
Dr. R. 31. Ratllff, dentist, 204-5-6 Ca
Says Killing Was In Self Defence.
Akron, Colo., Jan. 29. George Perry,
testifj'ing in his own behalf at his trial
here on the charge of having murdered
Stuart Lanterman on October 16, de
clared that he shot Lanterman in self
defence. He testified Lanterman haa
uttered frequent threats against his
life and had burned his home and at
tacked his stock because, he stated, two
years previously Lanterman's sister had
accused him of attempting to alienate
her affections frcm her husband.
Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and
Dr. Ebert, Dentist, 21C-2I8 Mills Bldg.
Plan Cannl Defence.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 29. Propos
ing guards against a land attack upon
the rear of the great fortifications to
be erected at the Panama canal, as well
as to protect the locks, dams and the
line of the canal itself front an enemy
who m. ght land aloe or below the
rot. u a me of the seacoast fortlfi
. at ion -, a report l.s been submitted to
Uen. Wood, chief of staff, by a special
t-D.r'.Iob,nson disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Four Brothers Are Convicted.
Chicago, III.. Jan. 29. James, George,
Mevin and Fred Rice, brothers, were'
found guilty of counterfeiting by a
federal jury here. Their father. James
KIce sr.. now is serving a penitentlarj
sentence for the same offence.
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 El Paso street.
Dr. Camc-on, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
Two Men Perish nt Sea.
Norfolk, Vs., Jan. 29. Two men were
washed overheard from the naval sub
marine D-2 and drowned according to
reports received here. The victims were
J. Campbell, an electrician, and L.
Hurst, a machinist's mate.
I wish to thank each and everyone
-for their loving kindness, sympathy and
help in this, my hour of great sadness.
l tie riowers were beautiful and words
cannot express my appreciation.
Mrs. Edna Sowyer
Baby Elizabeth Sawyer.
Beat Cough Medicine For Children.
I am very glad to say a few words
in praise bf Chamberlain's Cough Rem-fdy-
J?,rltes..Mrs Lida Dewey. Milkau-'
kee. Wis. I have used it for years
both for my children and myself and
it never fails to relieve and cure a
CUgi0,r col5v Nt amIly with children
should be without it, as it gives almost
Immediate relief in cases of croup"
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pieas
and and safe to take, which is of great
importance when a medicine must be
given to young children. For sale by
all dealers. Advertisement
Our regular 50c silver cake, 40c to
morrow. Purity Itakjng Co-
112 Texas Street,
409 N. Oregon.
About one hundred rolls of slightly
o- o ...vvU .wuuii m nan i
price Lander Lumber Co. I
FOR TRIAL OF ADAMS
Tombstone. Ariz, Jan. 29. When
court opened county attorney Gilmore
moved that in consequcr..- of the fact
that the present jury panel had only 33
names on it the case of the State vs.
Cabe Adams go over until the following
morning. The court allowed the delay
and 50 more jurors arrived during the
day. Adams Is to be tried for the al
leged murder of W. J. Bruner at Hua
chuca Siding a few months ago. This
case will occupy several days.
On the civil side of the court a di
vorce case In which the principals are
prominently known in Cochise county
has been occupying the attention of the
court, the case is that of Cyrus Bryant
vs. Mary Bryant. After several hours
consumed in arguments and witness
evidence both oral and verbal the case
was decided in favor of Mrs. Bryant,
divorce being denied iir. sryant.
Jose Lopez convicted of the crime
of criminal assault was sentenced to-
serve an indeterminate sentence of from
five years to the end of his natural
JUAREZ RACE ENTRIES
4. FOR THURSDAY, JAN. 30.
First race Selling. 3 year olds and
up six furlongs. Azurea 88. Holablrd 93,
Ardelon 93, Ruth Esther 163, Auto Girl
103, Gay 103, 'Sherlock Holmes 103,
Orimar Lad 105, Deerfoot 105, Ara
gonese 106. Ben Greenleaf 108, Quick
Trip 108, Horlcon 11L
Second race Purse, 3 year olds, five
and a half furlongs. Rooster 97, Fam
pinea 100 Mother Katcham 109, Made
line B. 100, Ancestors 105. Kenneth 105,
Choctaw 105. Kiva 107, "Wayanoke 112,
The Cinder 112.
Third race Selling, 4 year olds and
up, one mile. Ursula Emma 98. Rosevale
103, Mary Emily 103, 'Compton 103, Os
waid B. 105.
Fourth race Handican. 3 year olds
and up. five and a half furlongs. Lady
Panchita 97, Mona Canomann 98. Ella
Bryson 100, Kootenay 106, Pride of Lis
Fifth race Selling. 4 year olds and
up, six furlongs. Dave Montgomery
98, SonS of Rocks 191. Swede Sam 102,
Transparent 103. J. M. Stokes 103, Sir
Barry 103, Masalo 184, Chanticlor 105,
Bob Lynch 107, Gemmell 107, Colinet
Sixth race Selling, 4 year olds and
up, one mile. Ocean Queen 161. Jack
Ellis 101, BalclIff 101. Orperth 101.
Hatteras 103, Console 103, 'Malzle Girl
103, Dutch Rock 10S. John Louis 110.
Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race One mile, selling, 4 year
olds and up, value ?306. Pedro (Groth)
1 05. 10 to 1, 8 to 1, 4 to 1. won. Del
mas (Borel) 109. S to 1. 3 to 1, 3 to 2.
scuuliu. uaiuuci uia afauouu; jiu v
to 1, 7 to 10. show, third. Time. 1:46 2-5. I
Hannis, M. Cambon. Adolante, Booger I
Battle. John Patterson, Layminster, (
Fireman. Sam Bernard ran.
Second race Five and one-half fur
longs, selling. 3 year olds, value $200.
Kid Nelson (Cavanaugh) 105, 10 to 1,
3 to 1, 8 to 5, won. Ernest H. (McCabe)
97. 7 to 1. 5 to 2, 6 to 5, second. Pala
table (Hoffman) 105, 7 td 1, even show,
third. Time, 1:07. Fitzgerald. Loan
Shark, Kail Inla, Inquietai Valleta, I
uoraie .b., tea wiaow. Joe JBusner ran.
Third race Six furlongs, purse, 3
year olds and up, value $300. Upright
(Hill) 103, 4 to 1, 2 to 1. 4 to 5. won.
Seneca (Kederis) 100.. 5 to 2, 4 to 5, 1
to 3, second. Gen. Marchmont (Rob
bins) 109. 9 to 5. 1 to 5. show, third.
Time, 1:12 2-5. Flying Footsteps, Dr.
Dougherty. George Oxnard, Follle Levy
Fourth race Seven furlongs, sell
ing, handicap, 3 year olds and up. value
$300. Gold Of Ophir (Robbins) 99. 6 to
1, 3 to 2, 7 to 10. won. Lackrose (Borel)
109, 5 to 1, 2 fo 1. even, second. Sea
cliff (Teahan) 108, 4 to 1. 3 to 5, show,
third. Time, 1:24 2-5. Daddy Gip, Mel
ton Street, Dutch Rock. Ymir. Cock
j Fifth race Six furlongs, selling. 3
J year olds and up, value $300. Suffragist
1 (Loftus), 113, 16 to 5 8 to 5. 7 to 10.
won. Angelus (Cotton) 105, 20 to 1. 6
to 1, 3 to 1, second. Mandadero (Groth)
1A9 fi tn 1 7 tn 1ft ohnv thl. Tirnn
1:12 2-5. Shooting Spray, Golden Agnes,
Dominica. P. Henderson, Lady Young.
Meada, Bellsnicker ran.
Sixth race Five and one-half fur
longs, selling, 3 year olds and up, value
$300. Mother Katcham (Gross) 104. 1
to 5, 2 to 5, 1 to 5, won. Moller (Ormes)
105. 12 to 1, 8 to 5, second. Sprightly
-hiss vcunie; jiww, o to i, 6 to t snow,
third. Time. 1:97. Mazurka. Dynamo.
Velie Forty, Camia, Garter, Dr. Macias
SIX SQUARE MILES
4 TO BE THROWN OPEN
BIsbee Man Builds House By Himself
After Four Tears of Patient
"Work. Putting In Odd Time.
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 29. Officer
Thomas has returned fro a trip up
Tombstone canyon and reports that the
geographical survey party, which, is
in charge of J. Hess and which has
been at work for more than a mont; ,
has about completed laying off six
square miles, which will be opened for
entry. The tract Is generally hilly, a -though
there is quite a large piece f
the ground that is located in the be-1
of the canyon and is leveL
A residence that has taken more
than four years to build will be com
pleted before the end of the month. The
house is that of Johan Ceron and .s
situated in the divide, at Warren. Mr.
Ceron is a miner and has built ts
home entirely himself during his tim
off shift It is a two story structure,
built of adobe and plaster.
HOW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BUDGET IS TO BE SPENT.
Discussing the budget system of
contributions and distribution of funds
inaugurated by the chamber of com
merce, Robert Krakauer, one of tb 3
directors, says there is not a full un
derstanding. "All the people do Tf t
know how the monev is to be naid out '
he says. "It should be made clear that
tne distribution of all funds is to be
approved by the board of trustees ap
pointed by the directors at the last
meeting. We -will recommend for what
the money will be spent, but they will
be the judges as to the propriety of
it." All of the trustees are business
men of high standing. .
BRISCOE COUNTY SCHOOL
LANDS MAY HE SOLD
Midland. Tex jan. 29. Members of
the commissioners' court of Briscoe
county are in Midland this week in
specting Some Briscoe county school
lands lying north of this city. The
commissioners state that it is their in
tention to place these lands on the mar
ket at an early date. The lands lie m
the large belt of territory subject to
Irrigation from shallow wells.
J. H. Jennings, of Martindale, Tex.
is at Midland inspecting the Irrigation
possibilities of this section.
El Paso, Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1913.
El Paso and vicinity Fair tonight and
rnursdar; comer xnursaay.
New Mexico Tonight fair; slightly
warmer in southeast portion. Thundav
i West Texas TJonight fair; colder m
the Panhandle. Thursday fair; colder
except in southeast portion.
El Paso Readings.
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sea level) 30.17 30.18
Dry thermometer 30 54
Wet thermometer 27 39
Dew point 21 is
Relative humidity 6C 22
Direction of wind SB. SE.
Velocity of wind 1 5
State of weather Clear Pt. Cldv
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highftt temu. last 24 hrs.. 56
Lowest temp. last 12 hrs. . 30
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 11.7 feet. Fall in last
24 hours. 0.2 foot. ,n laSt
BARBECUE CLUB HAS A
FEAST AT THE PARK.
About 109 memfiers of the El Paso
Barbecue club met at Washington
Park Tuesday evening for their first
barbecue since the club was organized.
Three yearlings were roasted and eaten
and there was coffee, stew, bread,
pickles, beer and cigars aplenty. No
speeches were made as it is the idea
of mayor Kelly, its organizer, that the
members meet to get acquainted and
talk among themselves and that no
speeches be held.
Tom Powers as chef, outdid himself
in putting up a stew that easily divided
honors with the barbecue.
FROM CHOKEVG SPASM
Damp, raw days in winter are
dreaded, by asthma sufferers.
What is more distressing or ter
rifying than to be seized sudden
ly by an attack ending in a chok
ing spasm in which power to
breathe seems lost? Asthma, suf
ferers are subject to this agon
soothes and relieves at once. It
is prepared and prescribed for all
forms of Asthma and stuffy colds.
"Relief In Fire Minutes"
He says: I had asthma very
bad and had to sit up night after
night Could get no relief until
I took Warners Safe Asthma
Remedy. In five minutes I was
breathing easy I would not be
without it" W. J. Hanscom,
At druggists or postpaid
on receipt of price, 75a
Each 1 Kidney and Liver
for a Remedy
purpose 2 Rheumatic Remedy
3 Diabetes Remedy
4 Asthma Remedy
Sold 5 Xervine
by a11 .. "Constipation
Druggists 6 ""V. Biliousness J
Write for a free sample giving
the number of Remedy desired to
AVnrner's Safe Remedies Co.
Dept. 300. Rochester, '. Y.
Ilia Stomach Troubles Over
Mr. Dyspeptic, would you not like to
feet that your stomach troubles were
over, that you could eat any kind of
food you desired without injury That
may seem so unlikely to yon that vtou
do not even hope for an ending of your
trouble, but permit us to assure von
that it is not altogether impossible. If
others can be cured permanently and
thousands have been, why not von'
John R. Barker of Battle Creek, Mich '
is one of them. He says "I was
troubled with heartburn, indigestion
and liver complaint until I usedCham
berlain's Tablets, then my trouble was
over.''. Sold by all dealers. Adv.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
600 N Stanton. Phones 1C and 897.
Try the new Turkish hatha and bar
ber shop. Paso del Norte hotel.
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Used and recommended by Govern
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To Get Best Results Use the Essex Model
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