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KL PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, January 5, 1910
The end of our present combined sales is in sight. Much remains to be
done and especially in the Ready-to-Wear section are values taost
phenomena!. Half price and less is now the rule.
A Striking Feature for
iCalisher's Combined Sales Will Close Saturday Night
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Half Price
All Coats, long and short, at Yt
Dresses, wool and silk, at zt
Price.
All Broadcloth Suits during this
sale at Yzy Price.
All Tailored Skirts at y2 Price.
All Evening Dresses at J4 Price.
All Afternoon Dresses at Yz Price.
All Costumes at y2 Price.
All Traveling Suits at Yz Price.
All Automobile Coats at y2 Price.
All Imported Costumes y2 Price.
All Silk Dresses at Yz Price.
All Silk Petticoats -at Y Price. ,
Is the price we name on all Ready-to-Wear
Garments that remain, which originally sold
at $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00. Any garment
in stock worth up to $25.00 goes at this price
TAILOKED SUITS' WORTH TO $25.00
COAT DRESSES WORTH TO $25.00
FANCY STREET DRESSES WORTH TO
$25.00
PLAIN TAILORED WOOL DRESSES,
.WORTH TO $25.00
, Your Choice $9.99
Half Price
All Silk Kimonos at Y Price.
All Furs are included in thds sale
at J Price. Not a piece reserved.
All Bain Coats at y2 Price.
Sweaters for women, blisses and
children at Yz Price.
1-2 Price Sale of Waists
All Waists at Yz Price.
Tailored Waists at y2 Price.
Net and Lace Waists at Yz Price.
Chiffon Waists at 4 Price.
Taffeta Silk Waists at Yz Price.
Woolen Waists at Yz Price.
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EXKIA SPECIAL
$3.50 to $4.50 Gloves $1.95
Fine French Kid Gloves, elbow length, '-Perfection"
brand, every pair warranted. All
sizes are offered and all shades. These
gloves sell regularly . at 3.50, 4.00 and
$4-50 a paar; iiaif lear uiear
ance Extra Special
$1.95
Bargain Basement
$3-00 AND $4.00 WOOL SKIRTS $1.00
About 25 odd skirts of tailored suitings for
women and misses; light and dark colors;
a few -panama skirts among them; values
up to 4.00; Cleanup price 1.00 eac3i.
$1.50 AND $1.75 FLANNELETTE
KIMONOS 99c"
Fancy and plain long Kimonos, mostly light
colors, worth to 1.75: sale price 99e.
$1.50 HOUSE DRESSES 99c
Gingham and Percale House Dresses, light
and dark colors; large variety of patterns,
worth to 1.50; salo price' 99c
50c SLEEPING GARMENTS 39 c
Fine outing flannel Sleeping Garments,
dainty patterns, Tegular 50c kinds, all
sizes; sale price 39c.
EXTRA SPECIAL
50c CHILDREN'S OVERALLS 29c
Blue-denim Overalls, extra well made; all
sizes; worth 50c ; special 29c
$40.00 SUITS AND DRESSES $15.00
Everyfall and winter suit must be sold.
We have grouped all suits and dresses that
sold' up to $40.00 in one big lot and offer
-them Thursday at 15.00.
$15.00 TAILORED SUITS $6.95
55 Tailored Suits remain tliat sold at
12.50 to 15.00. The assortment is , yet
pretty extensive. laterials are hard fin
ished" serge and cheviot in black, tan, gray,
"brown, green, wine, taupe, reseda. Satin
lined coats. Values to 15.00; sale price
G.9o.
EXTRA SPEGLAL
FOR THURSDAY
2000 YARDS 10c PRINTED SUITINGS 5c
Medium weight Suitings in mostly fall col
orings, fast color material, similar to print
ed duck; for. children's dresses, -women's
house dresses, separate skirts, etc. Regu
lar price is 10c yard; will be placed
on sale Thursday morning at, yd OC
Down Comforts
25 off regular price on all Down Com
forts during this sale. Xone reserved.
This includes silk and sateen covered; all
go at 25 off.
Clearance Sale of Comforts, cotton and wool
filled, silkoline and sateen covered- Regu
lar and extra large sizes, now go at 25
off the regular price.
, Fine Wool Blankets
1-4 off is the discount on all Blankets.
Tliis is quite a large saving considering
their original low price.
EXTRA SPECIAL
$2.25 Wool Blankets $1.59
These come in white, gray and tan; large
size. Regular 2.25 value; sale price 1.59.
V.
We Announce for Monday the
Opening of the
White Sale
This is by far the most important
event of January.
it
hers
J".CalisKer Dry Goods Cb.(IncorPrat3.)
$1.75 BLACK PETTICOATS 99c
Imitation Heatherbloom Petticoats with a
15-inch embroidered flounce; an extraordin
ary value for final 3 days 99c.
$5-00 AND $6.00 TAILORED SKIRTS $2.69
Fine Wool Skirts in black, brown, gray,
green, wine; dn solid colors, also fancy mix
tures in a large variety of styles; skirts
t'hat sold at ?5.00 to 600; Clearance price
$2.69.
We Are Overstocked With Women's Black
Skirts A Big Lot at $5.00
Values Up to $15.00
Fine Tailored Woolen Skirts in all the
best styles of the season in a wide range of
materials and styles. Skirts in all sizes
that sold up to 15.00; extra special 5.00.
75c CHILDREN'S SWEATERS 39c1
Boys' and girls' Sweaters; ages 2 to 10,
years; white, red. gray; extra well made;
medium weight. Regular price 75c; Clear
ance price 39c.
Fine Knit Underwear
Cut this adv. out and bring it Tvith. you so
you can plainly see that price reductions
are just as listed.
The following price reductions prevail
diuing our Half Year Clearance Sale on all
earments. including Union Suits, Vests
Drawers and Tights, for women, misses and
children. Forest Mills. Essex 3fills and
ifunsing Underwear is included. Every gar
ment in stock is included. "
Regular price 59c 75c 1-00 1.25
Sale price 39c 48c 69c 95c
Reg. 1.50 1.75 $2.00 $2.25 2.50 $3.00 3.50
Sale $1 .1 5 $1 .45 $1 .65 $1 .89 $2-1 0 $2.35 $2.75
A lot of slightly soiled Knit Underwear at
about 1-2 price.
Gloves
Children's Kid Gloves, the 1.00 kind at 79c
Women's 2 -clasp Silk Gloves, worth. $1.25,
at 94c
35c wool Golf Gloves, sale price 20c
50c wool Golf Gloves, sale price 39c
75c wcol Golf Gloves, sale price 48c
25c Mittens, children's size, sale price. ..19c
35c Mittens, children's size, sale price. ..23c
50c Mittens, children's size, sxle price. . .39c
Bargain Basement
CHILDREN'S KNIT UNDERWEAR 15c
Boys' and girls' Kjiit Underwear Vests,
Shirts- and Pants sizes, for children 2 to
14 years; light, medium and heavy weight;
not one of these garments sells for less than
25c regularly and many sell at 35c and 40c;
Clearance Sale price 15c-
$1.00 TAILORED WAISTS 48c
Colored Madras Waists in light and dark
colors, large variety of patterns, worth to
1.00; sale price 48a
THREE EXTSA SPECIALS
25c Bat'h Towels 17c
20c Bath Towels 12Jc
20c Madras Shirtjng 12vjC
FANCY CHALLIES 5c YD.
New shipment jut arrived of Fancy Ghal
lies for kimonos and house dresses; new
fast colors; new 1910 patterns; special 5c
yard.
NEW DRESS GINGHAMS 10c YD.
300 new (patterns in Amoskeag Dress Ging
hams, pretty effects in entirely new designs,
extra special lOe yard.
I I N
COLD WEATHER
IX- NORTH TEXAS.
(Continued From Page One.)
Is suffering among the poorer classes.
Heavy Suem-fall Reported.
"Waco,' Tex., Jan. o. The Texas Cen
tral railroad today reports a heavy snow
and sleet falling all over the -section
entered by the northwestern part of its
linevand that snow is working rapidly
south. Freezing weather here.
Tea Above at Amarillo.
Amarillo. Tex., Jan. 5. The mercury
indicated 10 above here this morning and
the sky Is clear.
Skersuxn Han Show.
Sherman, Tex.. Jan. 5. A heavy snow,
which began falling here this morning,
covered the' ground -in SO "minutes. It
i helleved to be the heaviest of the sea-sox.
PAUL CLAIMS Lffl WHICH Gil! HIS
Hanan Shoes
$4-95
Broken Lots of
HANAN
SHOES
0
Kid, Calf and Pat
ent Leather, worth
$5.50, $6 and $6.50
all go at
$4.95
Says He Bought It From
Warder and Advances the
Old Chamizal Argument
For His Claim.
Perhaps the city may not be able
to start Its sewage disposal plant as
soon as desired because George Paul
claims to own the property which the
city recently acquired from the Cotton
estate by purchase.
Yesterday Paul addressed a letter to
the mayor and city council in which he
stated that he had -been in possession of
the property and claimed that he had
bought it seven years ago. .He con
tends that this is tn the Chamizal grant
and Ms disputed territory, it having
..never been definitely decided whether
the property belongs to the United
States or Mexico.
He makes the startling statement that
a police officer, guarding several
wagonloads of dirt: which -were dumped
into the place. forpioiy Cook possession
of the land and told him that he had
been instructed to arrest him if he, of
fered anjr resistance.
The mayor, in his reply to PauL's let
ter, stated that he would have to take
the' matter up with the city council at
the meeting Thursday. 3Jr Paul writes:
SPECIAL SALE
ON OUR
25 Cents a Pound
Italian Cream
15 Cents a Pound
WEDNESDAY ONLY
"For some years I have claimed to
be the owner of a certain parcel of land,
situated within what Is called the cor
porate limits of t,i Paso, and, during
more than seven years, I have been and
am still, except for the forcible trespass
of the emploj-es of the city, committed
at an early hour on the 31st day of re
cember, 1909, in the actual, exclusive
and peaceable possession of the prop
erty, by a good and sufficient enclo
sure. The tract of land to which I re
fer is that of about three acres, with
a deed from Vf. B. Grant and "Wm. C.
Cotton, executors of the estate of F. B.
Cotton, deceased, dated June 9, 1909, and
filed for record in the office of the
county clerk of El Paso county."
'Territory Is Foreign."
"The tract of land in controversy is
'within the boundaries of what is known
as neutral territory between the United
States and Mexico, and is involved, as
you are likewise aware, in what is
.known, internationally as the Chamizal
case.'
"About the hour of 10 oclock, the
morning of December 31, I discovered
several wagons and teams entering the
enclosure around the land in question
and depositing wagons of earth. I also
noticed a uniformed policeman present,
on guard at my gate; my father on
asking the police officer for an expla
nation of the trespass, was Informed by
the policeman that he was there to ar
rest and rake to the city police station
any person who attempted to interfere
with the wagons and teams entering the
enclosure and depositing the'r loads of
earth."
Mr. Paul protests that the city is
trespassing up his property and tramp-
1 ling upon his rights as an American
citizen and denies the right of the city
to forcibly take possession of his prop
erty and points out that there is a le
gal way through the courts for the
city to secure possession of the prop
erty if it does not belong to Paul.
"I am informed." continues Paul, "that
! you have invested some $13,000 of the
public funds of the city of El Paso,
In the purchase of a claim of title, to
this and another tract of land, situated
upon neutral territory, and which claim
of title is adverse to that which I hold
and am in possession of.
"I am loath to believe that I may be
compeled to forcibly resist such unlaw
ful and unwarranted and Inexcusable
disregard of my rights as a man and a
citizen.
"Tf Vv fliiA rmyrct r Iqtt -nii ffin (
j prive me, or recover from me, this
pi upenj , x snail not complain, oul wm
render you ail the assistance that a law
abiding citizeu should, to carry Into
effect the law's decree."
In the last paragraph of his letter
Mr. Paul says that unless the city
withdraws its policeman and adopts
the regular legal course to dispossess
j mm, ne vui De compeied to lane per
i sonal action to prottect his rights.
The mayor ,did not appear to oe
alarmed over tile warlike communlca
tion; but said the city bought the land
from the Cotton estate and had placed
an officer in charge of it.
"I understand." said tue mayor, 'that
Mr. Warder, -who claims the land, is
not United States territory, deeded the
property to Mr. Paul, and if he paid
Mr. Warder anything for It, I am sorry.
However, that is a matter for Warder
to fix up with the Cotton estate."
Mayor's Reply.
Yesterday afternoon the following re
ply was sent to Mr. Paul:
"Mr. Geo. H. Paul, City:
"Dear -Sir Tour letter of January 3,
1910, addressed to the mayor and the
city council or the city of El Paso was
received by me this morhlnc- Th ,.,.
council will not be In session until
Thursday. January C, 1910, and your
communication cannot be referred to it
until that date. But, I deem it proper
to write you this letter mainly to ac
knowledge Its receipt and to advise you
that it will be brought to the atten
tion of the council at the earliest possi
ble date.
"According to your own statements
contained in your above mentioned
communcation, the only wrong, if any,
which you have suffered, arises from
j the alleged fact that the premises you
uiciiuuii ait; suuuieu in a. loreign coun
try. If said premises are so situated,
you should apply to the authorities of
that country for whatever redress to
which you may be entitled. If the
j lands In question are not in a foreign
countrj't you have suffered no wrong.
This is the light in which the matter
appears to me in view of your own
statements. But. I desire to have all
possible Information upon the subject.
I therefore request you to put yourself
in communication with the city attor-
I ney as boon as possible and explain to
mm your interpretation of the facts and
your rights therein mentioned, that that
official may thoroughly Investigate the
subject and report the facts to the city
council for the proper action of that
body.
"I assure you in advance of any ex
pression by the city council, that the
city of El Paso does not desire to
wrong any one, resident or nonresident,
and will endeavor to expedite the mat
ter so that an early judicial determina
tion may be arrived at.
"Yours very truly,
"Jos. U. Sweeney, Mayor."
COLD WATER CANDIDATES
HOLD A COXFERCEXCE
Dallas, Texas. Jan. 5 Judge Wm.
Poindexter, of Cleburne, and Cone John."
son, of Tyler, candidates for the guber.
natorial nomination, met here today
and exchanged greetings. Both are for
statewide prohibition. They conferred
for some time at a hotel. . Poindexter
declared he would stay in the race un
til the finish.
FALLS FROM LADDER
AND IS KILLED
Francisco Puga a Mexican
Carpenter, Meets Death
at Cement Plant.
Francisco Puga. a Mexican carpenter
about 30 years of age, residing at 1209
South Stanton street, was killed at the
Southwestern Portland Cement plant at
4 oclock Tuesday afternoon.
Puga, who was a carnenter, had
climbed a 30 feetIadder and was work
ing when he missed his balance and fell
headlong to the ground. His skull was
fractured.
The body was removed to the under
taking parlors of Nagley & Kaster. No
ilatives have been lofcated.
AMUSEMENTS.
$U
CONFECTIONERY COMPANY
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St Phon 347
Plate, Window Glass
We have constantly on hand a good stock of each
that will fill most any order.
TUTTLE PAINT a GLASS CO.
TEXAS DRY GOODS TIRM
WIPED OXjT BY FIRE
Granbun, Texas, Jan. 5. Fire here
early this morning destroyed the entire
stock of the Haralson Dry Goods com
pany, causing a loss of $25,000.
The building, owned by p. j. Kerr,
was also destroyed at a loss of $5000.
The fire department prevented the
flames spreading to adjoining buildings.
BATTLE IX XICARAGUA
IS EXPECTED SHORTLY
Managua, Nicaragua, Jan. 5. Gen.
Vasques has left to assume command of
the government forces at Acoyapa. where
an engagement with the insurgent
army now moving westward, may take
place soon-
AMUSEMENTS.
MAJESTIC - - - TONIGHT
ammmmmmmm CHINA SHOWERhhuhh
Every Lady Attending .Tonight I
(Holding reserved seat coupon) receives n beautiful hand paiated Cp. I
Tkree shovrs 7:30, S:30, 9:30 10 and CO cents.
. "
Our stock Saddles, Harness, Eifles, Shotguns, Am
munition and Sporting G-oods are all "Al."' Call
and examine same, or write ns. ATail orders siren
prompt attention. '
SHSLTON-PAYNE ARMS C.
301-303 EL PASO ST.

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