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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, February 14, 1913
Tke Phenomenal Values We Have Prepared for This
Saturday's Selling Present Most Unusual Economies !
The New Hats
A srilfauit gathering fresh from
the best designers of America
saucy models that are bewitching
in thtsr quaint trimmings Start
ling eoSor combinations of Flamin
go, AsaerieaH Beauty, Kellrose,
Taupe, Coq "Koche, Besnard Bed,
Regent Blue Orange, Scarlet and
Purple. El Paso's Womenfolk are
cordially invited to eome is and
see tbe bautiful Hats Criticise
and pass judgment on them We
know your verdict will be all is
their favor and the prices
$5.00 Up to
wiH cause yon to wonder why
they're aot marked more They're
the greatest values we have ever
shown Come in Saturday let us
ihow you these beautiful hats.
Perhaps never have we been able to bring to your
notice such offerings as these we have prepared for
you Saturday Every section of the big store con
tributes special features of more than ordinary in
terest in things you want most right now, at prices
to tempt those who know 'to purchase liberally.
We'd Like to Show These New
Suits and Dresses to Youl
The prices, ranging from A-irt ff nP jQQ 7C
present a fascinating J)AUUU p020
gathering of beautiful models, designed and made particularly for
"Calisher" trade, with that careful detail so noticeable in gar
ments of the highest grade, but, by exercising the judgment and
skill at our command, we have succeeded in producing the very
best models of the coming season's designing at prices much less
RATINE DRESSES AT $10.00 EPONGE DRESSES AT $25.00
AND $11.50 Arc shown in clever models
Present a beautiful selection of with pretty collar and cuff
fancies, in solid shades, wilE
skirts in drapery effect, pipedV
with silk messahne.
NOVELTY WOOL SUITS AT
. $15.00 TO $39.75
Present a magnificent gather-
ing of handsome models in
every desired material and
shade in corded and striped ef
fects, shepherd plaids, welts
neat and pretty models, with
dainty button and silk trim
mings, in the new striped ef
fects in wanted shades.
MADRAS, GINGHAM AND
BATISTE DRESSES AT $5.50
UP TO $120
Are most unusual values, with
neat kid belts, pretty collars
and cuffs, trimmed with fine
laee and buttons.
Saturday Extra Specials In New Veilings New Silk Gloves!
Net Veilings In every desired
shade, in round and square
mesh, plain or fancy designs
and dotted effeets, worth to 40c
the yard, eome in 11-4 and
11-2 yard lengths,
Bordered Marquisette Veils
2 1-2 yards long, Q Q
black only i?OC
Shaded Chiffon Veils 2 yards
long, in every new combination,
bordered all Ai op
around P J. iUU
Saturday Extra Specials in New Laces!
Beautiful Bands, up to 9 in.
wide, in Maerame, Bohemian.
Russian, Cluny and Shadow
Laces worth to IE
Ratine Laces, tup to 6 in. iride,
in beautiful n$w designs, a very
heavy, serviceable laee, O JJ
worth to $1.(H dtOC
New Val laces, two very special
lots, 25c bolt, worth' 50c, and
55c a bolt, worth $1.00
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A Great Bargain For Men!
50c Silk Ties ISc
Not all of them worth 50c but not one that is
worth less than 25c some 35c and some are worth,
in the regular way, 50c They're manufacturer's
samples that's the reason bought direct, at a
big reduction and passed on to you, at 15c. Bet
ter come early Saturday the best ones '11 go quick!
Another Big Lot 75c and 50c Ties 25c
A. magnificent selection embra cing every 'new, up to the minute style
design, coloring and material bought the same as the above lot sam
ple lines, but such splendid values better get a good supply!
Men's $1.00 and $1.25 nq
They're just a little dust soiled
left uncovered through an over
sight, but the value is there 69e
for a shirt -worth ?1.00 or $1.25
The patterns are all you could de
sire, all sizes.
Drummer's Samples of 9
Men's Hose &
Worth to 50c.
Only 1 pair of a kind.
Augusta Mills Unions.
In medium just the right -weight.
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204 San Antonio St.
A new shipment of long
and' short silk gloves are
here in desired shades,
and black or -white.
16 button lengths .i
$1.00 and $1.50
Two button lengths at
75c and $1.00
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Saturday Sale Of
Women's Combinations, Princess Slips, Gowns,
Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covers, 7"v
This special feature includes values up to $1.25,
and presents an almost unlimited choke, iu
dainty lace or embroidery trimmed garments.
6 to 9 p. m.
In Toilet Goods
"Oafisher paces always & little
less Toilet Goods Section always
busy (PttreBases limited.)
D. & K. 35e Toilet
Colgate's Deatal Cream,
small aise tube
Sanitol Face aad Cold
Cream, 35c sise
Colgate's Shaving Stkk,
in mckeled tube, 35e siae
Armour's Lily of the Valley Q
Toilet Soap, box 3 cakes O C
(Regularly 15c box)
75c Rubber Gloves, Eft
sties 81-2 only OUC
Colgate's Shaviag Soap, "
regularly 5c, 2 for O C
Colgate's 16e Toilet Soaps, -slighHy
"Bfcked," each .... OC
Bikers Toikt Waters, -g rr
regularly 25c bottle 1 C
$1.00 and $1.25 Leather Bags in
plain or fancy frames, extra well
made and TO
Extra Special Sale of Fine Corsets Saturday
Saturday morning, -we place on sale just 45 corsets "Mne. Irene" Cor
sets every one that were regularly marked to sell from $5.4)0 up to
$15.00 Broken sires of 5 different stvles at. your JjO OkO
choice ". 4Z.70
This is a corset opportunity for those who know and while the lines
are incomplete, there's a size for all to. commence with Come early.
H. & W. Sbeathlyne fr H. &. W. Brassieres,
Junior 11.00 Waists D5C 69c kind, at
6 to 9 P. M. Special !
Sizes 0 to 12, in fine soft finish
cambric and nainsook, daintily
trimmed with lace, embroidery and
tucks, in dusters garments that
regularly S4II from 25 to
40c 6 to S p. m. onlv..
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Great Sale of Graniteware
Saturday and Monday .'. . .
We have just received an immense shipment of manufacturer's sample
of fine graniteware, which, at this writing, has not bees assorted, but
-will be placed on sale Saturday morning, in our big Lower Floor Sales
room, at Half the Regular Prices!
TAw shipment consists of Baking and Pudding Pans, Pie Plates, Colan
ders, Drainers, Buckets, Lunch Buckets, Bread Pans, Cuke Pans, Wah
Basins, Dish Pan. Dippers, Spoons, Ladles, Stew Pans, Sauce Pans,
Drinking Cups, Soap Dishes, etc., etc and will be priced at 5e up to 5oc.
See the Special Display in Stanton St- Window and
come prepared for Great Big Bargains!
Extra Special Values In
A beautiful assortment of narrow.
medium or wide Irish Point and
Baby Irish Lace Collars, 25c to 98c.
Xew Robespierre Ruffling, in
white, ecru or black, at, yard, 25c,
35c and 50c
American Beauty Shades, in satin
ribbons, aae shown in all widths.
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75c Mercerized Dama3k A f
$1.35 Bordered Huck d -fl ff
Towels, doz . . . . P 1 11
6 handsome new patterns to choose
from, 64 in. -wide.
Also in small size, all linen.
Initialed Terrv Wash g
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50c Silk Lisle Hose Black only,
high spliced heels, double Q7
soles, pair J i C
$1.25 Silk Hose White or tan
only, an extra heavy grade, high
spliced heels, 7 EL
- U Shoes Set 7 he Pace
Introductory Special in Women's
rO interest you in the new arrivals in women s
Spring footwear, we note for tomorrow an In
This is a 5-button Oxford, made of soft dull id;
has high arch, round tde and well sole. Such an
Oxford ordinarily sells at $4.00. We make it an
Special at $3745
abortion are excluded from the sus
pended sentence law. On failure to main
tain a suspended sentence by good be
havior a felon may be forced to serve
his sentence. This lavr -will allow per
sons who are guilty only in a technical
sense, persons who were victims to
adverse drconwtaaees, first offenders.
and youths to escape punishment.
For Incorrigible Girl.
A bill has been introduced In tna
house by representatives Henry of
Wichita and others, providing for the
establishment and maintenance or a
state training school, upon the cottage
rlan for incorrigible and delinquent
girls' of Texas, and for the appointment
of a board to select a location for the
institution and to determine the con
ditions of admission and dismissal to
and from the school. The bill carries
an appropriation to put it in effect.
Far Branch Asylara-
Indications point to the final passaera
by the legislature of the bill by rep
resentative Hunt and others providu s
for the establishment of a branch as-v-lum
to be located in northwest Texas.
The bill has already passed to engross
ment in the house. The crowded con-
;a:: .. W ..HAaAmi- DVlnm OT1I1 t b
UU1VU Ul IHV jcs:mv cter ..-w ... -. -
I distance that persons declared insana
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nave iv ue iuubui " & M..- . v..
of the present Institutions, are the rea
sons advanced by Mr. Hunt for the er
actment of his bilL The bill carries an
appropriation of $2H,00 for the con
struction of buildings and their equip
ment. The institution is to be estab
lished west of the east boundary line of
the counties of Montague, Wise. Barker.
Hood, Somervell, Brath, Comanche and
Brown and north of the south boundary
line of the counties of McCullough.
Concho. Tom Green, Irion, Reagan.
Ypton, Crane, Ward, Reeves aad El
SEEK AOTH8R DECISION IX
'HARD CO.VL, TltCST' CASE.
New York, N. Y, Feb. It Purposes
of a suit brought at Trenton by the
federal government against corpora
tions alleged to be members of the
"hard coal trust,' -were explained by
James C MeReyaoWs, of counsel for
the government in the suit.
"The case is brought in two aspects."
said Mr. McReynolds. "First, to have
the court pass upon the question
whether parties In control of a railroad
company canorganizeamong themselve3
a corporation -which continues unde"
their control and through the form of
a contract escape the prosecutions of
the commodities clause of the inter
state commerce law, while retaining t -
themselves all the benefits of the i 1
arrangements clause and the anti-trj-t
In its recent decision in the "harT
eoal trust." the supreme court threw
out without notice,. the charges agains t
several alleged combinations of coal
carrying railroads and coal companies.
Shop for shoes by Parcels Post
NEW BILLS li HEW
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below a certain grade. If offered for
sale In New Mexico.
Senate bill 121, by Mr. Pankey, pro
hibiting the rebating of Insurance pre
miums and amending the insurance
laws in several respects, so as to make
them more stringent.
Senate bill -122, by Mr. Gallegos.
amending- the Mw relating to the filing
of transcripts aad appeals.
BureaH of Mine.
Senate bill 12S, by Mr. Abeytia, cre
atine a state bureau of mines.
Senate bill 124, by Mr. Barth, a dis-
Particulars Page 4.
trlct attornej 's salary
tabled until it could be considered with
the one passed by the house.
Senate bill 125, by Mr. Evans, prohib
iting the prescription of intoxicating
liquors unnecessarily. The bill is to
prevent the sa!e of liquor In dry terri
tory under cover of a prescription.
Senate bill 12S. by Mr. Evans, estab
lishing a Pasteur hospital at Las Vegas
in connectlon.with the insane hospital,
for the treatment of hydrophobia .pa
tients. Senate bill 127, by Mr. Walton, pro
viding for a uniform system of account
ing by cities, towns and villages.
Senate bill 128. by Mr. Romero,
amending the territorial act which In
augurated the state highway system.
The following committee reports were
presented and adopted:
By the mines committee: Senate bill
68, relating to the duties and compen
sation of the mine inspector, favorably
By the finance committee: Senate bill
97 relative to fences, that it be com
mitted to the committee on livestock
for further consideration.
By the finance committee: Senate bill
2, relative to inheritance taxes, favor
ably, senate bill 100, providing for cer
tain state parka, unfavorably; house
joint resolution 9, for the payment of
certain counsel fees connected with last
year's alleged bribery investigation,
substitute reported favorably.
By the highway committee: Senate
bill 16, providing a graduated tax for
motor vehicles, favorably, with amend
ments. On third reading: Senate substitute
for senate bill 29, increasing the num
ber of judges in the fifth district, was
Senate bill 1, allowing cities and
counties to make provision for the care
of the sick and indigent, was passed.
24 to 0.
Senate substitute for senate bill 43.
changing the common law rule In re-
was gard to contempt, was passed, 24 to .
A ... .,. I .
A message from the house announced
the passage of house bill 123, the county
salary bill, as amended.
The senate tabled senate bills 76 and
88. the free school book and 30-mlli
school tax laws, respectively.
State Fair Bill.
The house passed the speaker's bill
for an exhibit at San Diego in 1915 ana
Passed the Albuquerque state fair bill,
introduced by Messrs. Ourule and Gar
cia. In connection with the Albuquer
que bill the speaker used language to
ward John Baron Burg that coulo
hardly be called parliamentary.
In the voting on the bill. Burg voted
against the Gurule-Garcia bill, which
was .considered first When he saw that
the majority was going against him
and the bill would carry, he rose ana
declared that this was to change his
vote, and he asserts that he announced
that he was going to change his vote.
"Mr. Speaker," said Mr. Burg.
"Sit down; you are out of order," said
His vote, consequently remained reg
istered against the Gurule-Garcia bih
and against the fair at Albuquerque,
The bill was passed by a vote of Ji
to 7. despite a move on the part of the
Republicans to table it. They woulcr
have voted for the Burg bill.
After the passage, Messrs. Burg and
Mullens moved to table their measures
for state fairs and the incident was
The San Diego exposition bill was a
special order and was taken up imme
diately after the routine. A committee l
amendment, increasing the appropria
tion for the display from $30,000 to
$50,000. was read and adopted Mr
Lopez moved to amend by making the
appropriation $20,000 more, but this was
tabled Mr. Tullev moved to make it
$100,000. but this was lost also. Mr
Hilton amended the bill so as to make
the commission in charge three instead
of five in number and this was adopted.
Mr. Rogers moved to make the appro
priation $75,000. It was then moved to
table the Gurule-Garcia bill, but this
was lot. Mr. Gurule then moved Its
?," and the vte stood as men
tioned. The fair bill then being out of
the way, the house proceeded with the
New Houhc IJIIIm.
The following bills were introduced:
r Hu, MM 1,r' b Messrs. Lobato and
Vtuint&na. providing for the appoint
ment marshals In Incorporated cities
House bill 14. by Messrs. Campbell.
Moreno and Llewellyn, relating to the
administration of the Quay county ex
House bill 165. by Mr. Toombs, pro
viding for the publication of the delin
quent tax lists to begin the first week
noase bni IM. by Mr. de Baca, ap
propriating $1600 for a bridge near
House bill 167. by Mr de Baca, ap
ProptUtln $30,006 for a bridge across
the Rio Grande near Pena Blanca.
House bill 168, by Mr. Montoya, pro
viding for a bridge at Questa.
Huse bill 169, b Mr Carter, defin
ing seduction and prescribing penalties.
House bill 170, Mr. Martinez,
amending the laws relating to the of
fice of game warden.
House bill 171, bv Messrs. Baca and
Padilla, providing for the construction
of a county bridge.
House bill 172. ljy Mr. Baca, of Va
lencia, amending section 411, of the
House bill 173, by speaker Baca, of
Santa Fe. limiting the hours of work
for Vtonrn and children
C ommlttee Krportn.
Th following committee reports
By judiciary committee- Senate bill
46 and a house lull Identical in form,
unfavorable on the senate bill and fa
orabl on tli- Jiouse bill, bouse bill
1 You Will Pay! i
Sj more in less than 60 days if you SH
Hi delav D
Buy LdllU HOW! Eg
H Onlv S200 an acre. HJ
EX $10 cash; $10 a month. S .
I Tobin Trust Co. m
MA Interarban Land Headquarters WK
Balrooia, Bonnie Bard.
Time. 1:24 2-5.
Sixth race, 5 furlongs, selling, 3 year
olds and up: value S360 Inquieta (Cal
lahan 103. 11 to 10. 1 to 2. 1 to (.
won: The Fad (Small) 114. 4 to 1, 4 to
5. l to 3, second: Ernest H. (McCabe)
96. 10 to 1. even show, third. Time,
1 09 0-5. Hazel C.. Bella, Rosevale, ran.
110, prohibiting minors in poolrooms,
favorably; house bill 129, relative to
the state library, favorably.
By the military affairs committee:
Senate bill 70, ceding jurisdiction over
the Fort Bayard reservation to the fed
eral government, favorably.
i . s. will have 2S,eee TROOPS
IX THE IXAUGTJRAI. PARADE
! Washington. D. C, Feb. 14. The
military' feature ot the Inaugural
parade practically has been completed.
according to an announcement made
by MaJ. Gen. Leonard Wood, grand
marshal. Present figures indicate that
i there will be nearly 35,M soldiers aad
j sailors from the regular aad state
muitia services in line.
Robert X Harper, chairman of the
civic organizations committee, said
that at least 150.9O0 marchers will be
in that portion of the parade. This
win oe composed
SBFFRAGETS REFUSE AID OX
LOXG HIKE TO PRESCETOV
Princeton. N. J., Feb. 14. Tbe stac
cato yell of Princeton university, with
the appendage "Votes for Women."
"Votes for Women" greeted the armr
of suffragets which is marching to
-Washington, when it reaches here
The women. 13 strong, had covered 27
miles in eight hours of active walking
and several of them were on the point
of exhaustion when the lights of tbe
university town twinkled a -welcome.
"Gen." Rosalie Jones, commander of
the expedition, declared that for real
hardship the walk exceeded anything
she had experienced.
"Corporal' Martha Klatschen. who is
less than five feet tall, had to be sup
ported ob four miles of march. She
staggered Into the village an hour after
the arrival of the vanguard, pluckilv
refusing offers of a lift from passing
WITH RASTERS ROADS.
New York. N. T., Feb. 14. Notwith
standing assurances that further con
ferences looking to a settlement were
to be held it became known today that
the deadlock between the railroads
oC the east and their 34.000 firemen
is more acute than at any time since
the negotiations were opened. Federal
mediators, trying to bring both sides
together, admitted today that they had
no further appointments for parleys.
While the firemen were In confer
ence this afternoon it was stated au
thoritatively that unless tbe rail ro Ads
made concessions during the next few
hoars the strike order would be sent
SHE HAD PRIZE HAIR.
Long, rich, heavy hair. Smooth, soft,
luxuriant hair. She says she owes It all
to Hall's Hair Renewer. But she doesn't.
It helped a hig lot, hut that is all. She
had a good digestion, rich blood, strong
nerves. Don't eo throueh Me half sick
of Vm'lcutn, Tand I with std j T0Qr
i organizations in I doctor and follow his advice.
JUAREZ RACK KXTRIBS
FOR SATURDAY, FEB. 15 fi-
First race, selling. 3 year olds and up.
5 1-2 furlongs Baden 1M. Native
Son 10S, Stonecutter 10S. Mike Molett
108. Billy Myer 18. Definite 19S, Orig
Second race, selling, 3 and 4 year
olds. 6 1-2 furlongs Bill Finn S7,
Wolfress IM, Ada Doyle 1M. Kalt
inla 12, Sir Teddy 105. El Sabio 105,
Luke Van Zandt 107. Hanson lit.
Third race, selling, 4 year olds aad
up, 1 1-16 miles Wadsworth IL 1,
El Toro 103. Flying 105. Sleepland 15.
Lily Paxton 108. Dick Baker 148. Bar
ney Oldfield 116.
Fourth race, selling, 3 year olds and
up, S 1-2 furlongs Ernest H. 95. Hote
btrd 98, Mazurka 8. Percy Henderson
105. Russell McGill 105. Galene Gale 1.
Bonnie Bard 10S, Kdmond Adams 18,
Fifth race, selling, 4 year olds and
up, 1 mile Little Marchmont 105, C. W.
Kennon 105, Servicence 108, Balcllff
Sixth race, selling. 3 year olds and
up, 5 1-2 furlongs Bells 98, Royal Riv
er 191. Gift 105. Beda 106. Harlem
Maid 16. Roberta 106. Rosenta 106.
Bobby Cook 108, Faneuil Hall 198.
Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race, 6 furlongs, selling. 3 year
olds and up: value $300 Barney Old
field (Kederls) 110, 8 to 1. 2 to 1, 4 to 5.
won: El Toro (Peak) lit, 3 to l. to 5,
1 tot second-. Mayerdale (Gross) 104,
6 to 5. out show, third. Time, 1:27 1-5
Ah Moon. Layminster. Camarada. ran
Second race, 5 furlongs, selling. 3
year olds and up: value $306 Charlev
Brown (Kederis) 1 04. 8 to 5. 3 to 5 2
to 1. won: wuia unc (Gentry) 104 13
o. second: Hasson
to 1. 4 to 1, 8 to
(Nathan) 91, 11 to
third. Time. 1.10 Hugh Grav. Swift-'
sure. Silver W'ng. Rio Pecos, ran
Third race, furlongs, selling. 3 year
olds and up value $300 C. W. Kennon
(Hoffman) 114. 9 to l, 2 to l. even,
won; Luke Van Zandt (Haynes) 90 9
to 1. 2 to 1, to 5, second. El Pato
(Gentry107, 23 to 5, 1 to 3. show,
third. Time, 1 27 1-5. Sterlin, Zoo
ran. Fourth race. 1 mile sellinpr. 3 -year
olds and up. value $300 Salesia (Es
tep) 10i, 9 to lft i to ;. out won
SleeplaJd (Carter t ? 23 to ' 7 to 10
out, sjCond Hatt.Tas (Hoffman) 107'
'. to 1, out show, third Time 1 53 2-5
U M Eckert, ran
Fifth race. 6 furlong,, selling, 3 year
olds ttftA up. value $300 Cantem
(rothl110. 12 to 1 4 to 1 8 to :,
Won. Juge Walton (Rosen) 113. 7 to
1. 5 to jf. 4 to '), second Mercurium
(.Carter) ,99, ltr to i out show, thirj
Montana - Montana - Montana
Specials for Saturday and Monday
4 lb. pail Cottolene for 50c
3 lbs. new Potatoes for 25c
7 boxes of Matches for r..K -. .25e
9 boxes of Toothpicks for 25c
Red Beans, per pound - 5c
Good Grade Asparagus Tips, 2 for 25c
For a Good cup of Coffee try OLD FORT.
We are also headquarters for PASO DEL NORTE,
OLD MISSION and SUNSET BLENDS.
Guaranteed Fresh Eggs, 3 doz. for . $1.00
"Get the Habit." Phone us your orders.
and Pvf arket
"Quality at the Right Price"
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