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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1913
I Mmo Qm.cj'c Fkpp nomniKh-aHnn .. , Have You Seen Rosa Bonheur's Famous .osfiifc. Sole Agents in El Paso I
Shop MmciCOSSaSreeUemonStratlOn , Masterpiece, "Old Darby" JS&&
l frrittM Facial treatment in mil its many branches is fully explained lS9l 'I J0SW Jw This beauUful canvas, Gx feet, will be on exhibition but IflHH Blltteiick Patterns
DJ JBrv by Mme. Seossa, who is demonstrating her famous European jgy-Bfl YT jpr5p . a short time longer, and we advise all to come and see Ug
f jHP Facial Preparations. iEL J vP YV WS&Stf' ""V tnis w0,M,erful pointing now, while it's here. aDHL
F& rJv" Every One Is Reading the Bargain rA$L (wKf ' ! Whh I
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The Fashion News and Bargain News-AIways Interesting at "CalisherV
The Great SEMI-ANNUAL ODDS and ENDS CLEARANCE Attracts the 1 faulty Housewife to lalishersi
75c EMBROIDERIES 19c
Wide edgings and insertings on fine
Swiss and. cambric, in beautiful de
signs, worth up to 75c " 1 Q -
Extra Special 1C
MEWS $1.25 SHIRTS 69c
An excellent assortment of men's fine
laundered shirts with cuffs attached,
slightly soiled, regHhwly CQ
?L25. Special UJ7C
$1.25 FANCY KIMONOS 79c
Women's long kimonos, in fancy
flannelettes and challies, odds and
ends of regular ?L2S values, 7Q
all colors. Extra Seeial ?C.
MISSES' $230 DRESSES $1.00
Beautiful white lingerie dresses, with
dainty lace and embroidery trim
mings, regularly worth to ?3.&0,
sizes to 17. Special
WOMEN'S $1 HOUSE'DRESSES 5&c
Women neat percale house dresses,
in dark or medium colors, nieely
made and trimiied, worth rft
regularly ?LM. 'Social 02 C
26c 8-4 Sheeting, Special .".20c
30c 10-4 Bleach Sheeting, Special 25c
Odds and Ends in Final Clearance that
Mean Big Savings To Those Who Participate!
(Bargains On The 1st & 2nd Floors)
Women's Suits and Dresses, worth to 7 PA
$220, at tP.Oi
Women's High Grade Dresses, worth to tfjIO EfJ
?30.60, at' p!6.ul
Women's Tailored Suits, worth to 75.00, dlQ QQ
Women's Tailored Skirts, worth to $15.00. rt g PC
Women's Trimmed Hats, worth to $7.50,
Women's Trimmed Hats, worth to $15.00,
Mme. Irene Corsets, worth $12.50 to $20.00, dP AA
$1.95 Leather Bags, a big assortment, j -J CQ
$1.06 Leather Bags, many handsome styles, WA
50c and S5e Belt German and French Yak.
Women's 50c Silk Hose, black only, y O
$3.75 Irish Initialed Pillow Case Sets, drt AC
45x36 Emh. Initialed Pillow Cases.
each -- -,
81x9 AM Lines H. S- Sheets.- worth $8.00,
Showing the Early Spring Styles!
Each express brings to Calishers the latest expressions from the world of fashion
the buyers bow in touch with the fashion pulse, in New York City, are gathe. -ing,
with the accustomed "Calisher" cleverness, the best and most favored styles
in both ready to wear garments and millinery amoDg tlie many new things
ready for inspection are:
Exquisite Models in Novelty Suits and-Dresses. dj j" up to (JOQ 7Tt
very modestly priced at from viO &t 27 3 J
Charming, Clever Models in Chic TaiJorea Hats.ih a (tQ CAt0"87 E(
brilliant choice, priced at from ipOtJJ P X i J
Beautiful "Shower Proof Foulards, from Cheney Bros, in exquisite de- QC
signs, 24 in. wide very special at GJ V
Crepe De Chine Novelties, in exquisite designs Satin Ducbesse. in rich Oriental
colorings Novelty Eponge and Ratine Suitings, and R. & T. Genuine 'Rajah''
Handsome Spring Wool Suitings are shown in a splendid gathering, in solid
shades, stripes, large and small plaids in black and white, and broken plaids with
just a touch of color at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 the yard.
Odds and Ends in Final Clearance that
Present Exceptional Economies!
(Bargains In The Basement Slore)
10c Torchon Laces, wide and narrow,
$3.50 "Perfection'' 16 Butte Kid Gloves, (fj 17 P
tan and brown . tjJfc I vJ
$2.00 "Monarch" 2 Clasp Kid Gloves, colors, d Q
Beautiful New Wash Fabrics 12ict0 95c
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Rich. Colorings and Dainty Patterns in New Spring Ginghams, present
ing a magnificent choice. -t O-. nd 1 Cr
Linene Suitings, Striped Serge Suitings, OA- ani Op
Corded Voiles, Ratynettes, Poplins and R epps, O C .
Silk Stripe VoUes, Novelty Welte asd Rating, OP and O C
DaintyBatistes, Dimity and Lawns in Profusion
New Bulgarian, Shadow and Novelty Laces are also shown in many beauti
ful and charming effects.
5c Torchon Laces, in pretty patterns,
8 l-3c Fancy Shelf OH Cloth, E
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121-2c Dress Ginghams, ,
Men's 15c Mercerised Seeks,
Men's 65c Black Sateen Shirts
Men's 50e Fleeced Underwear,
Men's Extra Heavy 8 l-3c Work Soefcs
Boys' Percale ami Cheviot Waists 9f
The Last Great Clearance Now in Effect on the
Big Third Floor All Remaining Rugs, Draperies,
Couch Covers, Art Furniture, Co-Carls, etc, are
hemg sold at much less than actual cost!
15e Tan, Black or Split Sole Boee
72x90 Bleached, Hemmed Sheets
42x36 Linen Finish Pillow Cases
10c Fringed or Hemmed Huck Towete gj
15 Madras Crepes, stripe patterns,
$1.25 Fancy Sateen Waists, all swes,
25e Large Siw Heavy Ba Toweb -
for ,. .' -
Women s. Misses' & Children's Knit Undergar
ments in Broken Lines and Odds & Ends are
marked for the last great clearance at One-Third
off regularly marked prices Less than actual cost!
$1.00 EMBROIDERIES 25c
27 in. and 17 in. flouneings, wide edg
ings and bands, on fine materials, in
beautiful patterns, worth to J
Extra Special tmtxJ (
BOYS' 75c SHIRTS 49c
Vnihm-'s Friend Shirts there are
none quite so good some are a little
soiled, all sues, ali colors,
regularly 75c. Special..
WOMEN'S 75c WAISTS 39c
Handsome white lingerie waists with
low or high necks, short or lotg
sleeves, some with Dutch collars,
worth to 75c Extra
MEN'S 75c SOFT SHIRTS 39c
Soft laundered shirts in colors, with
attached collar and cuffs, m all sizes.
worth regularly to 75c
Extra Special '.
15c FANCY FOULARDS "Wc
Beautiful patterns and colors in soft,
pretty! silk finish foulards, a splendid
cboicei worth 15c Bxtra f
8c Bordered Crash. Special 5c
10c Outing FlaBBel, Special. ." 6c
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U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief.
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El Paso, Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1913.
TU Tao and vicinitv Unsettled to
night; slfehtly colder; Thursday unset
tle and not so cold.
Xew Mexico Tonight and Thursday
generally fair; not much change in tern-
West Texas Tonight unsettled; somo
what eolder; Thursday unsettled, and not
INDIANS TALK ENGLISH AND
GIVE LAUGH TO CHICAGOANS
Paeblo Chiefs Are on Way to Washington
to Renew 'x"rastee Deed to Lands
With U. S. Government
Chieago, I1L, Feb. 5. Fifteen officials
of the tribes of Pueblo indians in New
Mexico passed thrown this eity en route
for Washington. The Pueblo officials
represent the owners of 6WL000 acres of
The indians, most of whom were in
blankets and moccasins, were slightly
amused at efforts of fellow passengers in
the railway station to patronize them.
"Heap cold, John," said one traveling
man to a tall Pueblo in a red and blue
'Yes it is rather cold, but we are ac
customed to extremes and don't mind 't
much." renlied the indian, who was Juan
Antonio Martin, alcaide of Acoma.
"Heap big injun on warDath," laughed
a station porter, coming up to the" group.
"Here boy. take this bag to the smoi
ing room. Til be there in a minute,"
ordered one of the indians. Pablo Abeita,
one of the chief men of Pueblo . Isleta.
The porter obeyed in a dazed manner.
The Pueblos are delegates to the
United States government. It it their
mission to deed their property to the
United States as trustee for 25 years
to ensure continuance of tbeir policy or
keeping liquor out of their boundaries
and preventing tl- sale of the lands to
individual white men. They are accom
anied by Francis G Wilson, an attorney.
Vkc Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
. . Xocal Data.
J.. . El Paso Readings.
6 a. m. 6 p. m.
Barometer (sea level) 30. 04
Dry thermometer 42
Wet thermometer 34
Dew point '- 21
Relative humidity 41
Direction of wind NW.
Velocity of wind -12
State of weather Clear.
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp. last24 hrs: .- - 63
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 36
Heicht of river this morning
36. ft 2
i fixed zero mark, 11.6 feet.
24 hours, 0.1 foot.
jfl IMPORTANT CHANGE IN TIME! I
NIGHT TRAIN LEAVES 6:15 P. M.
MORNING TRAIN ARRIVES 9:40 A. M.
H No Other Changes. H
I T e x a sPacif ic I
LWm 5&- BmWr SB
1 7:30 A.M. EAST 6:15 P.M. I
Fall in last
WH.L NOT KISS HUSBAND;
COURT GRANTS -iiM A PAROLE
Baltimore. ML, Feb. 5 "I don't be
lieve wives should kiss their husbands; 1
don't believe anvhodv ought to Idss."
This was the reply of Mrs. Theresa E.
Deems. 22 years old, and comely, made
when asked in court if she did not wan
to kiss her husband and make up. .
Then judge Ambler paroled George Wi
Deems, who had been arraigned on s
charge of nonsupport, on condition that
he pay $3 a week toward the support'
of his wife and 7 year old child.
Mrs. Deems said afterward that .she
had never been kissed, not even by her
Parents and that she would not kiss her
child whom she loved "more than her
own life,'' because she did not believe
Use Domestic Cofec.
Southwestern Fuel Cc
"THE DEEP PlHPtE."
"The Deep Purple." the play by "Wil
son Mixner and Paul Armstrong, that
made such a New York hit a year ago,
was presented by the Glass players at
the Crawford theater Tuesday evening
to a lat-ge, well satisfied audience. It
is a play with a strong appeal, full of
.good linee and good dramatic situa
tions and Is acted well by the capable
Glass players. -It tells a story of the
underworld and police graft in New
York, and ia written by two men who
'know, for "Wilson Mianer knows the
night norvc New lorn HKe a motner
knows her offspring; and Paul Arm
strong? knows -the police and police
method as well.
The play "is in four acts, and the set
tings as arranged by the Glass com
pany are appropriate. The perfor
mance Tuesday evening at the Craw
ford -really reflected much credit upon
the company; it could well be criticised
from the -viewpoint of the higher priced
road attraction and not suffer; as a
popular priced organisation, the Glass
company is far and away above the av
erage. Charming Miss Irene Shirley was
seen In & role much different from her
usual characters, that of Kate Fallon,
"Frisco Kate," a former crook, who is
trying to reform, but finds it hard be
cause j of police persecution. She has
some splendid lines and "puts them
over" in a perfectly natural manner.
Miss Audra Allen very acceptably
fills the role of "the girl" in the
case. She is a charming little actress
and in "The Deep Purple" she gives
a perfectly charming presentation and
the audience does not blame William
Lake (Richard Carlyle) for, falling in
love. Mr. Carlyle is well equipped in
looks and actions for playing a lead,
but he often seems to be stumbling for
his lines. If he could get over this,
it would be greatly to his advantage.
Russei Sooad, as the westerner, is
probably the best in the entire cast,
although his part is rather small. He
is always good, regardless 'of the role
he takes, and is a very valuable mem
ber of the Glass company.
.Tames MacHugh. iB-tfce-role of the
rillain was also good, unusually so.
Robert Longmire. as "Pop" Clark,
very acceptably filled .the, rple of the
aged grafter who works on people's
religious sympathies: the other mem
bers of the cast were all equal to the
will be shown at the "Wigwam tonight, l
together with two other full licensed I
reels. The Weekly has twelve sub- j
jects. Principal among those are I
splerdid views f ;he Pasadeiia rose j
rival of ambassador Keid's body on
H. M. S. Natal and at the Cathe
dral of St. John the Divine. There
are views of the peace delegates from
the Balkans; of Capt. Amundsen, dis
coverer of the South Pole; Parisian fur
styles or living models, eta, etc.
Tonight is ragtime night. The hu
man voice pipes will also be used. adv.
CRAWFORD'S FRIDAY NIGHT.
After the plav a program of semi
professional features that will well be
wocth twice the price of admission to
both shows is offered Friday night at
the Crawford. Reservations may now
be made at Ryan's drug store. Adv.
At the Auditorium rink Daredevil
Frank, the champion skater, will be
seen all this week, featuring "The Dip
of Death." Adv.
LIHE2KG OF AMERICAS BY
RAIL IS AJ) TO PEACE
TODAY AT THE GRECIAN.
. -...v. win. oubiBHi win ie snown
j at the Grecian today. . Heading the list
' ry prejxy xaniwuser picture
entitled "The Evidence of the Film,"
showing the moving picture camera
playing an important part snapping
a scene which clears an innocent
victim. It Js cleverly produced by the
capable Thanhauser company. The next
picture shows Warren Kerrigan, the
well known American company star,
as an artist in a pretty picture "The
The Mutual Weekly, showing among
the many interesting events the 3S Iron
Workers' offfphrls after they ere sen
tenced; the latest fashions ot Paris and
New York, complete this exceptionally
strong MIL Good music is furnished as
Pressing, cleaning, dyeing. "Wright.
CRAWFORD "DEEP PUR1M.B.
The critical theatergoers of El Paso
sat in tudgment of "The Deep Purple"
ft the Crawford last night, and. if
laughter, deafening applause and cur
tain calls may be viewed as an ex
pression of approval, then the great
Paul Armstrong play scored heavily. In
the minds of some, a play cannot be
worth hile unless the admission price
is $2.50. but there are hundreds of
others who have the ability to recog
nize merit, even though the prices are
25 and 35 cents. "The Deep Purple"
is the attraction tonight at the Craw
ford at abeurdlv small prices. Reserved
seats are on sal" at Ryan's. Phone 608
and 629 Adv.
I'VTIIE MEEKLV TONIGHT.
An unusuallj good Pathe W eekly
ARE GIVEN SENTENCES
Tombstone, Arir Feb. 5. In the su
perior court. Remon Padilla, charged
with stealing a horse at Dos Cabesos.
was convicted. He waived sentence time
and was immediately sentenced by
judge Sutter to serve an indetetermin
ate sentence of "from one to 10 years."
Cabe Adams who was convicted of
murdering W. 3. Brunner at Huachuca
Siding, was given an indeterminate
sentence of "from 10 years to the end
of his natural life." the jury having
found Adams guilty of murder in the
second degree. His -attorneys gave no
tice of a motion for a new trial
George Marlor will be tried Thursday.
He is charged with having committed a
murder eight years ago.
Exchange restaurant, basement Rob
erts-Bahner Bldg.. reopens for business
Friday. Feb. 7, under the old manage
ment, Mrs. Geo. Morgan Miller. We will
appreciate a call from oar old customers,
and new ones solicited.
Hotel Pnso del Norte.
The. dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent service.
Wright's sanitary cleaning, the best
in EI Paso, phone 343.
PRESIDENT AND MRS. TAFT GIVE
RECEPTION TO ARMY AND NAVY
Washington, D. C Feb. 5. The presi
dent and Mrs. Taft were bosts last night
to the army and navy at a recetion
which marked the climax of the Tft so
cial regime in the white house.
The custom of allowing the guests to
dance in the east room after the recep
tion was adhered to and the president
found time to watch the dancers before
is a curable disease, which requires
treatment. The ORRLXE treatment can
be used with absolute confidence. It
destroys ail desire for whiskey, beer, or
other intoxicants. Can be given in the
home. Xo sanitarium expense. Xo loss
of time from work. Can be given
secretly. If after a trial you faH to
get any benefit from its use your monev
will be refunded.
ORRINE is prepared in two forms:
No. 1, secret treatment, a powder; OR
RINE No. 2, in pill form, for those who
desire to take voluntary treatment. Costs
only 1.00 a box. Come in and talk over
the matter with us. Ask for booklet.
Kelly and Pollard. Sheldon HoteL
Journey From New York to Guatemala
by Rail Will Be Possible With Con
struction of 18 Miles of Railroad.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 5. The link
ing of the Americas by rail would be of
great value as a peace propaganda among;
the different countries of North and
South America, iu the opinion of Andrwv
Carnegie. This belief was expressed by
Mr. aCrnegie at a meeting here of the
permanent Pan-American railway com
mittee, of which he is a member, when
reports of the linking of the Americas
by rail were read, indicating that pro
gress is being made towards this pro
ject. n Central America only IS miles of
line remain to be constructed to make
practicable a railway journey from New
York to Guatemala City. Construction
frcun there is well under way to San
Miguel. Salvador. From this point to
the Pananm canal, 600 miles away, a
number of link:; have been constructed
and plans for others are well advanced.
In Couth America, onlv 175 miles are
still to be constructed between Buenos
Ayres and Lake Titicaca and the line
has been completed from the latter point
to Cusco, Peru, 3000 miles from Buenos
Ayres. In Bolivia, Chile, Columbia. Peru
and Ecuador .progress has beei. made.
The committee will make a full report
to the next Pan-American conference,
which probably will be in some Soeth
American capital during the coming yeaw
Chamberlain's Tablets for Const!-,
For constipation. Chamberlain's Tab
lets are excellent. Easy to take, mild
and gentle in effect. Give them a trial.
For sale by all dealers. Adv.
NEGRO KILLS JUDGE'S SON
AND WOUNDS POLICEMAN
Fort Smith, Ark-, Feb. 5. Frazier
Reed, 20 years old, son of judge James
F. Reed, former United States distncr
attorney, was shot and killed, and NeviLe
Fentress, a policeman, was wounded bv
Henry Jones, a negro, here, while tLe
latter was resisting arrest. ,
Fentress had taken Jones into castodv
on a minor charge when suddenly the
negro seized the officer's pistol and com
menced shooting. One bullet struck Fen
tress, inflicting a flesh wound, and an
other hit Reed, who was standing near.
Hotel Pasc Del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid
night. Meals served a la earte excel
TJse Domestic Cobe.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Men's suits cleaned, pressed. Wright.
Wot That Satisfies.
That's why we are grow
ing so fast in the tent and
No job too big for us.
Tent & Awning
H. J. COLLINS Mgc
312 S. El Paso St.
We have just received a car of unusually fine Onion
oeis in me yenuw, icu anu wtmc vcuicucj.
20c a Qt, 3 Qts. 50c
Special Prices on Larger Quantities.
W. D. Wise & Co.
RETAIL STORE, 105 N. STANTON
Warehouse, Second and
Chihuahua, Phone 11
High Grade Seed, Feed,