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Severe Winter For New Mexicans
RECORD OF 40 YEARS
Coldeot Mentfc New Mexle Him Kimwh
1b Kerl Half Century ami
Aim the Wlmllewt.
Santa. F N M., Jan. 8. According
to the report of the federal weather
bureau for december, that month WM
the third coldest In 40 ears In New
Mexico an dalso one of the cloudiest
and windiest, although it Was also rj
markable that no extreme cold was
recorded, the ninlmum having been
six derees above zero, on Christmas
day while the maximum. wa only
47 degrees, and that on December 10.
The greatest daily range in tempera
ture was 32 degrees on December 14.
and the least range fire degrees, on the
16th Th average temperature was Z
rkerees as, a gainst a normal for 40
-i oars of 30 3 degrees. However, for
the vear. an exceas of five degrees over
the normal la reported.
The precipitation was 77 of an inch
as against a normal of .76 of an inch
The snowfall, however, was 9 7 inches.
FOUR VICE ADMIRALS .
MAY SOON BE NAMED
Washington. D. C Jan. 3. Four
Tice admirals of the United States
navy may b treated at the instance
of secretary of the navy Daniels who
will ask congress to pass such an act
immediately after the holiday recess.
This subject has been much dis
cussed in connection with the situation
in the gulf of Mexico where an Eng
lish naval officer, rear admiral sir
Christopher Cradock, outranks rear
almiral Fletcher, commanume "
American squadron of seven first
class battleships and a half dosen
smaller craft in a 'distinct zone for
STATE BANKS MAY .
TAKE REGIONAL STOCK
Austin, Texas, Jan. . Answering
numerous inquiries from state banks
throughout Texas, the department of
Insurance and banking today held that
these state banks would be permitted
to subscribe for the stock of the new
regional reserve banks to the extent of
six percent of their capital stock.
Commissioner Collier says that while
the department does not propose to ad
vise such banks as to whether or not
they ahouHl subscribe for such stock,
there is no obiection to any -such pro
cedure by the department It appears.
that the state banks are anxious to
subscribe for stocky
HIGH WAVES WASH UP
MONEY FROM BEACH
Santa Crux, Cal, Jan. 3. Money,
Jewelry and other valuables, lost by
summer visitors, has been disclosed by
high waves along the, water front un
til the sands of the beach have been
washed away to a depth of five feet.
During low tide men and boys have
been searching the beach, picking up
16, flO and S20 gold pieces and silver
money of all denominations. A purse
with $60 was uncovered, and the beach
combers have found watches, rings,
stickpins ana otner jeweiry.
RELEASE MURDER SUSPECT
Trinidad, Coio., Jan. 3. Mario Zeni,
who has been held as a military prisoner
since the killing of detective 0. W.
Belcher here on November 20, was re
leased from the city jail Friday. The
order for release was issued by Capt.
E. W. Smith, assistant judge advocate.
Zeni wag named by Louis Zancanele in
an alleged confession of the Belcher mur
der. James Bicuvaris, alias "Jim the
Greek,'' was indicted on the charge of
murdering Angus Alexander, a mine
guard, in & report of the county grand
Great bniilcrBpt sale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement.
SPAXISH KIKG DISSOLVES
PARLIAMENT, CALLS ELECTION
Madrid, Spain. Jan. 3. King Alfonso,
on the advice of the Dato cabinet, has
dissolved the Spanish parliament and
proclaimed a general election. Deputies
will be voted for on March 8 and en
March 15 the new senators will be
BOBBER HOLDS THREE AT
BAY, RANSACKS JEWELRY STORE
Kansas City, Mo.,' Jan. 3. While he
held three men, one of them & police
man, covered with a revolver, a robber
ransacked the safe in the jewelry store
of E. P. Ward and escaped with $150 in
cash and $1500 in diamonds and jewelry.
Great bankrupt .sale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement.
including blues and blacks.
f HAT a CLOTHING CO. fr
who uses his BEST JUDG
MENT in selecting employees;
provides them with a GOOD
system of accounting and
bonds them in the AMERICA
SI RETT COMPANY OF NEW
YORK, the largest Surety
Company In the World, repre
sented by the
20 Mills BIdg.
1 SMASHES HIS AUTO:
i . A-
THEN GiSTS KU&B&U
J. L. Dunn, Herald Auto D rivet. Has
Series of Bad Luck Experiences
sn Trip From Las Cruces.
Old man jinx is pursuing J. L. lAinn,
driver of The Herald autoraob;,e in the
Mesilla valley. Friday night Mr. Dunn
brought a party of Las Cruces people to
El Paso after he had finished his run
up the valley with The Herald. Return
ing to his home in Anthony, Mr. Dunn
struck the concrete side of the bridge
near the cement plant, tearing the front
axle from hiB Ford car and smashing
the fender, the radiator and wheel. He
had turned out for a big car which bad
a blinding electric headlight and he did
not see the bridge until his car struck it.
Mr. Dunn started to walk back to El
Paso to get another car. As he passed
the smelter pump bouse, a man ap
proached him and said: "Say son, gi'me
Havn't,got it," Dunn answered.
The brfbo disproved this statement
by brandishing a club over Dunn's head
and taking $2.50 from him. but leaving
his watch and some checks which he
had in his automobile coat. After the
street ears had stopped running. When
he came downtown a night patrolman
started to arrest him as a suspicious
character, but he established his identity.
! RATTWA A T?nTlMKTl ATTAfiTTE OP
mhxicajv consulate: iranE
Pedro Oarma, Mexican consul at
f when the automobile in which he was
ruling turnea turtle on a oau sireicn
of road between Mar fa and Presidio,
was well known to many members of
the Mexican colony here. Garma was
first assistant to E. C IJorente, consul
at El 1?aso, during the Madero regime.
After Madero's death, he remained in
the consular service and was promoted
to a berth at Marfa. He was carrying
$60,000 to OJinaga to pay off federal
troops when death overtook him.
NEW POSTMASTER AT IOXB.
Washington, D. C, Jan. S. Conrad
Kemppel was today appointed postmas
ter at lone, N. M.
Great bankrupt sale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement
"We have not left town, nor even gone
out of business, as some of our com
petitors would like to convince our
friends, but simply moved td 10S Texas
Street, where you will be told the truth
and served promptly and correctly.
Bl Paso Optical Company, Inc
Opticians to the Southwest.
Great bankrupt pale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement.
An Advance Exhibit of New Apparel
The New Suits
CHORT COATS predominate for
Spring and in many cases, 'the coat
is merely a bolero, while Godet basques
and other flared effects are prominent
suit coat features. Novel collars add
individuality seldom seen. The sleeves
include the new set-on, raglan and
modified Kimono types. The skirts
show extended hip or bustle effects ob
tained by ,tunics of various styles.
Draperies caught at the sides give the
Turkish trouser effect. New materials
and colors are in evidence. A special
showing of these suits are now on dis
play in our Arcade Windows. See
them Monday without faiL
The New Skirts
HPHE new dancing craze which has
" caught all nations is influencing
the length of women's skirts. The new
models will be shorter than formerly.
The latest wide hip effects and draped
models caught at the sides lo give the
Turkish trouser effect are much in
favor. New tones of blue and tan are
shown in soft Spring materials. Our
showing of new creations is exceptional
"1 he Store of Service" 1
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WE I TBI
1913, and Is Hopeful for
Nineteen hundred ''"
year of dSaulet. woridwid thoagh until
the latter VWfi3
home as abroad. L"Sfit bnowladni nf
keen with those wta J WlK?j0
the many problems . PrJXimallyXoiiiE
were hopeful that the ,52duciiir anS
position of this countrf JESS- S 5?
consuming Interests wogM '"!L5L ";
Ually Independent of. ttj &4 flamncSl
mune to. the Play of SjJMJ tjHTy5r
forces dominating the world " "" "J
just closed, and making for dEf1?"
finance and trade. """,-, t rteht
events would prove 22fiSi?eJ It Wa
were lost ot the many w?!?? u Jf?
to 1902 and ISO. Jns.t 5rrt.S,f5,W5S'"
tbe socalled "rich man's" or 'Went panic
iThat been frequwtly and with i JusUoe
said that the Saltan war and ltt attendant
evils did not cause hut rather palpitated
and revealed the worldwide taanell strain
of . 191.. It must with MM Justice be
neia tnat mosi omkk "Iw irZ Ti-
ly measure and forecast the effects, direct
and indirect, of the war which, starting in
October, 1912. drenched theJBalkans and
European Turkey in Mood, converted I east
ern Europe Into an armed oamp. caused
hoarding of gold in Austria, Eance and
Germany, put a practical period to the
European financial and mM, J"?
and In steadily widening circles reached
into and affected the finances and trade
of countries thousands of miles away from
and apparently unconnected wltn the nos
.tu.i.... v nnn,pv nmma immune, ana
all flt the strain of an already greatly
overextended credit fituaUon, , inabirtty to
borrow ew loans and difficulty In getting
Old issues refunded. .,rf
Despite the nomwmi "
from money scarcity and credit strain, the
discussion of new economic measures in
oonarem, the continued agitation of new
and old laws affecting the rpts J?I, co.m
binatlon, the lowering of the tariff, the
unequal, in some cases deficient, yields Of
staple crops, the very high levels of prices
of commodities, numerous failures, heavy
liabilities and hand to nuth baying of a
piece with that noted eadh year since 1907.
many new records of trae volume and in
dustrial output were set up.
The year's failure record was a full one,
exceeding that for lill of -9 Parcont
and that for 1908 by three percent, while
liabilities increased over ai pii Ufa i
1912, though falling sen percent below j
Throughout the entire yW 1913 as in 1912
the large number of small failures called
attention anew to the fct that the busi
ness community has beem greatly diluted of
late years. In the ta fsars from 104 to
191J, Inclusive, the numier in business In
creased by 46.000 per year, or by JS per
cent, whereas the Increase in population
was not at much over half this rate. This
caused a rise In the percentage failing
each year, and raised anew the question
whether the heavy increase in the nmmber
of traders was justified by the volume of
The liquidation In the stock market in
THE Advance Models of Spring 1914 Apparel are fas
cinating beyond description. The Designers' Art and
the Needlemens' Skill are emphasized in the new garments
as never before. Every woman who loves beautiful things
to wear should see this exhibition of charming new crea
tions Monday. Many of the new models are now on dis
play in our Arcade Windows.
THE European craze for transparent
bodices is exerting a noteworthy
influence on semi-nud effects simple
in design, very loose fitting and Housed.
Sleeves show the Kimono, set-on and
large arm-hole types. Medici collars
with a large use of frills prevail. Soft
loose girdles with sash ends are, promi
nent Boleros or short coat effects are
a feature of dressy costumes. The
new bustle effect in skirt will be fav
ored and many show two to five tiers
or tunic overdrapes. Glace Taffetas,
new crepes and soft filmy materials in
the new flower-like tones prevail.
"D LOUSE models ror Spring show
- "semi-nude or transparent bodices,
soft blouse designs and simple in ef
fect. The new collars emphasize the
modified Medicis and other novel
shapes, and are cut high or low, stand
ing away at the back. Pretty frills'
prevail. Long or short kimono and
set-on sleeves. The materials are glace
Taffetas, chiffons and crepes in new
SEE OUR ARCADE DISPLAYS
1413 was apparently thorough without be
ing panicky Trade and industry in turn
showed symptoms of an orderly retreat
rsiner man "i ihowu... ..,-. t
since the improed feeling noted in tne
iat.ier veejis ui .wu ooi .... - "
of rumors of buslnes troublea The eom-
ilete history oi me isuz, ivva. xv- j..
apee and quick revival, some of whose
earlier happenings were closely paralleled
In 1913, will repay perusal because holding
some lessons and Indeed some oncourage
nients. . ..
The best judgment seems to support tne
view mat money, sofc-. uo.. . .
in finance and trade, will be both cheaper I
.....a i ... .is,.ln In 11J than in 1913. 1
Money should be plenty for legitimate trade
and Industry in 1914. and the absence of
burdensome stocks, owing to long con
tinued hand to mouth buying, should be
High costs of all operation seem to hare
come to stay, but it does seem possible to
make progress in the matter of re
ducing the world's most useless ex
penditure, that for armaments. Time
will, perhaps, be needed to heal the
bru.ses, they were hardly deep seated In
juries that the business world received in
1913, but past experience would seem tq
Indicate that, lacking any serious damage
to the business fabric of which there aro
. . ! ! n AAmnapatltrnlv
no realty xangiuio k"i -. ; j
quick revival from the quiet visible in )
na ll.n. ariAllM DnSIIA OTt Vr T1 fMl - Of I
course, by the money and' crop develop
ments of 1914.
CAUSES HIS DEATH
H L. Gilson, foreman of a construc
tion gang at the Elephant Butte dam,
died at that camp of injuries resulting
from a blow on the forehead. Gilson
Was standing near a wood sawing ma
chine last week, when a piece of wood
detached itself from a log on the saw,
hurtled through the air and struck
Gilson on the forehead.
He whs knocked unconscious.
The next- day he went to work, and
was able to keep at it for two or three
days. On the fourth day he com
plained of pain in his head and soon
lapsed into a coma, from which he
never revived. It is thought that a
blood clot formed on the brain. Rel
atives have been notified of the death
and arrangements for the funeral are
held pending the arrival of instruc
tions. MRS.-HATTIE L. WATSON.
Mrs. Uattie Leon Watson, aged 36
years, died Friday afternoon at 1931
Arizona atreeet. She was the wife ot
A. E. Watson, of Abilene, Tex. The re
mains were snipped there Saturday for
burial. Mr. Watson accompanied the
Edgar White, aged 27 years, died
Friday at a local sanitarium. He came
to El Paso four months ago from Le
banon, Tenn. The body will be Bhipped
Saturday to Lebanon for interment, ac
companied by the mother of the de
ceased. JOSEPH SMITH'S FUNERAL.
Funeral services for Joseph Smith, a
negro pioneer, will be held Sundav after
noon from the African Methodist Epis
copal church on Second street. He died
Friday. He had been in El Paso 45
years and was 67 years of age.
MISS LILLIAN PEYTON.
Miss Lillian Peyton, 31 years of age,
died Friday afte"10011 the residence,
fti MAmnhis atenue. Miss Peyton came
LuTSw her moa- some time
Justice J- F- MRcKenz,e. of the
i,th court of civil appeals, has re
turned from a vlsU w,th hIs " at
Eagle Pass airing the holidays. Jus
. v v HlSSins tas returned with
& n?ideom a trip'to New Orleans,
llas Fort Worth and other points.
Chief Justice Harper spent the holidays
in Bl Paso
rre-at bankrupt sale of clothing. See
sport page for prices. Advertisement.
nnual After Inventory
lowing How to Make a
CLOTHES FOR MEN.
Our Department of Women's Wearingr Apparel .
OHersvalues for this wonderful event that cannot bednphcated naftar m price
STSP ayouL W -- they are loWer
au prices uiul wj-y. jjuoj-uxyj j
99 QA siiito. made of blue, black
and brown, fine quality serge, in
the latest styles
d 11 O Q C
$40JK) suits, made of matelasse,
epofee and brocaded velvet, in
all the season's JJOO fC
laUet colors, for Pfc
$10.W dresses, in a great variety of materials, styles and cotore.
An exceptional vslue for 510.00. $4.95
SiSessVdeif fine" quality silk msaltae"ad silk poplin.
These are regularly 'sold for ?22.00 and are worth it. j QQEj
n- ATlllinarv TVixirtment of
fers exceptional values in all
the latest ana mosi bcbkiu
.Ma tints for ladies and misses.
In this offering you will find
many hats that are offered far
below their actual vaiue.
T. A DIES HATS .That
worth na to $20. d "i fC
Soecial sale price. P 1 miJtJ
nH!LDltlvH':j XIAJ.O tvurm
. -...r. . mr 1ft XI.
up to $5-00
CHILDREN'S DRESSES Ladie's and Childern's Underwear
Children's woolen dresses in all colors, stripes and pkjds. ig white cotton union suita, all Bes. CJQ
$1.75 Value, (all Sizes) .- 9C Regular Sc value, for J&
4 00 Value -$1-98 Udles l vests and tights. Kegrfar $li QQ
T" , tOQS !.. .. ..rnvt tUl
2 to 6 years, $4 (! QO
value for pic0
6 to 14 years, ' & QQ
$8.60 values, for. . P '-'
Children's gingham and galatea
dressees in solid colors, also
plaids, stripes and ehecks
2 to 6 years, $L00 value,
6 to 14 Years, $6.00 value,
36 inch wool cashmere, in all colors.
Regular 50c quality. Clear- OO
ance Sale price 00
Th-Au: oAreea and whiDCOrds. full Yard
wide, full line of color. Eegular
quality. Clearance bale
Scotch plaid and novelty suitings,
and 30 inches wide. Regular
quality. Clearance Sale
House Furnishing Dept.
4 quart grey enamel saucepanB,
bright tin covers., OQ
35c value &UC
2 quart grey enamel cov- 1 O-,
ered buckets, 25c value IOC
1 pint grey enamel French QQ,f
percolators. 50c value JC
Medium size gey enamel -9 rj
wash basins. 15c value AvC
Full size grey enamel cham- OQ
bers. 35c value fcilC
Pure white 10 quart chamber pails.
Regular $1.50 value, ri -i Of?
White porcelain bowl and pitcher,
large size." Regular $1.25 QQ
EhW 1 COMPANY
Bulk Olives, per qt 45c
Sour Pickles, per doz 20c
Dill Pickles, per doz 25c
Sauerkraut, per lb 5c
Shipping Orders Given Prompt Attention.
IMPORTATION OF GEMS Mgf I
m VnrV- Jn. 3. iMPOrtations of
flems in 1913 broke all records, accordinc
to William B. TreadweU. jeweiry -aminer
at the customs appraisers stores.
The total of diamonds and other gems
was $46,137,328. The fiKnefire
are said to be due in part to the desire
of importers to set in targe flw1"!
of gems before the hicher duty becomes
ONLY ONE "BroHio Qmnine," that is
Laxative Bromo Quinine
Cures a CoW in OneDay.Grip in2 Days
Dollar 'do the Work oi Two, and Sometimes Three
HOME OF LOW PRICES
316-322 E Overland St. eor. Stawten.
$18.00 eoftte of ziteline, dfagowil
and novelties, all (tQ 7
the teiest styles, for
ooAiiA'i.tB maili nf fine atinl-
ity broadcloths, Persian Iamb
and brocaded d" O 7C
velvet, at $J.O.0
s an ei-irtjj made of novelty
materials, latest Q QC L '
styles and colors, p-,,-' v
. mn-ry TTTkT
JEESJsiy tux- uw
DERSKIRTS We have just received a ship
ment of new jerMy top under
skirts, in all colors.
JIM ralue $2.95
for . m
Long Kimonos of outing flan
nel, $1.75 values, Up
"P"'"" """ s
We haneSe Nemo and Kabo Corsets
$5.00 Nemo corsets d0 QQ
(slightly soiled) for.... V?0
$$1.S0 Kabo corsets Q&
(slightly soiled) for.... OK,
Hack silk lisle
tf qq Boot silk hose in
A full line of plaids, ehecks and aov
lties, a full assortment of patterns
and colors. Regular 20 "1 C
quality. Clearance Sale pitslw'
Irish poplin, beautiful mstccriaed
cloth, nice selection of colors. Reg
ular 20c quality. Clearance Ag
Iron Clad Galatea cloth, a nice selec
tion of patterns. Regular 16c qual
ity. Clearance .Sale "j Ofw
Offerings From Our
FOR MONDAY'S SELLING
Gold band cups and saucers, first
quality cup and -i Ofer
White china dinner plates, best
4 Tie Parlor Broom,
best broom corn. 25c
quality. Regular 10c value,
Crystal water glasses. Reg- r
ular 6c value, 3 for AUC
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
Pickled Onions, per pt
New Mackerel, 3 for
Holland Herring, 6 for
Pigs' Feet, 6 for
WOMAN. FOE FIRST TIME
Sandon. En., Jan. 3 Gustave Semil,
for the first thne in the history f avia
tfon looped the loop in an aeroptane
w?th a woman passenger. Miss Marv
Trehawke Davies. She had accomanv-.!
SlnTil on many previous flushta, -!
rnjone them one from London to Pari.-..
In the aris flight Miss Davies ga.i:td
the distinction of being the first -von. an
to cross the Englich channel m a heaver
tjjun air macmne.
Ageacy for Qaeea
QaaBty Shoes fer
Efacator Shoes f
Beys amd Girls.
Children's fleece Maed white
and cream union CQ
suits at UZK,
Children8 union suits, O O
vests and pants t...ttOC
black and all colors, O
Fancy damask, in combination colors
of red-white, blue-white, tan-white.
60 inches wide, assorted beautiful
patterns. Regular values up to 50c
yard. Clearance Sale ftg
16 inch napkins, hemmed and ready
for use, mercerized assorted patterns.
Regular 85c quality. Clearance Sale
price per KQr
Dry Goods Section
Short lengths red seal zephyr ging
hams in stripes and broken - f
checks. 12 l-2c value A UC
Short lengths curtain scrim, fancy
borders and patterns, worth 7 Ifm
up to 15c yard. Special. . 2C
Ladies' short kimonos. Oriental and
Persian designs. ftp
39c value wOC
Grass floor rugs, size 3x6, neat bor
der designs. $1.25 value, QQ.
Grey cotton blankets, 54x74, blue
and pink border. QQ
$1.25 value 270C
Pure Milk dean Milk
Nothing added, nothing taken
away, just as it comes from the
cow it goes to the consumer. The
cleanest dairy in Texas. Every
bottle sterilized before filling
El Paso Dairy Company
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