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. I 1 Jf J OF THE BETTER SORT i Fe try to offer better bargains each succeeding Saturday. The half dozen noted for tomorrow are, we think, better than any previously offered. Read each one carefully, remember that this is new fall merchandise at bargain prices, then come early tomorrow morning and make your selections. A Bargain in Chatelaines The Chatelaine 5s one of tihe fancies of the Fall season. Many and varied are the Chatelaines we shonr, and tomorrow ,we quote a bargain price on Genaan Silver Chatelaines. These are faur-piece, consisting of a dainty mesh purse, a pencil, a memorandum cam ana a aear gr v little coin purse. Eegular $1.50 Jfc t ChateJaines; Saturday Bargain ir $2 Hand Bags $1 A genowras sized hand bag is reaHy a necessity on an extended Ettoppirig fcr.n iwhere many small bandies axe accumulated. Tomorrow we offer serviceable leather hand bags, nicely lined and fitted w3th coin purse, Uolors are black, navy, green, tan and brown. Eegular ft if 1.50 to $2.00 bagsj tomoxroiw fh 9 JJ oaly for .... - . r $1.50 Veils 89c 2vew CMffbn 'VeOs of a serviceable quality chiffon. Tra-o yards long, yard wide, hemstitched, come in all the fashionable shades. Veils that should sell for L50j Saturday pnly Bargain 89c Extra ! Extra I $1.50 Belts for 25c A reduction that seems almost unhelieve able. This is a collection of leather belts. Mostly, they are only one or two of a kind. A great part of them are a special pur chase. "We want to close them out, and do it quickly, so' "we make this unheard-of re duction. Every kind of leather belt is in cluded in tihe offer, every color, every style of buckle, every size. They are belts that sell regularly up to 1.50; on sale tomorrow, while they jt last, choice for Saturday Shirts $7.50 Skirts $4.95 We place on sale tomorrow 'morning a lot of about 75 stylish fall skirts. They are made of the wiry, hard finished materials that shed dust readily. Come in handsome mannish mixtures as well as tthe staple blacks and navies. All the late sfcyles of the sea son, including the modified "Hobble" are represented. The size range is complete. If you '. need a stylish, serviceable skirt at a anoney-saving price, come early tomorrow and secure one of these. Regular $7.50 skirts; .we make them a Saturday Bargain at $ jM.95 few Closing Out Sample Hose A few -dozen pair" still remain of our recent mammoth purchase of sample hose. These are hose worth 50c and 75c a pair; they have been on sale at 35c a pair, 3 pair $1.00. To close OP i them out, we give you choice tomorrow at " All kinds of women's hose are included in the lot. Take this opportunity to secure reaHy fine hose for a nominal price. KJ4! . ft 7 TJkWtW; THE FASHION SHOW Tomorrow's paper will give definite information of our Fall '20 Fashion Show. TWIN CITIES TO CELEBRATE OCT. 15-16. (Continued Front Page One.-) business. The first celebration will be held in Juarez on Saturday evening, October 15. the day that president Diaz arrived on the border and when he dedicated the Benito Juarez monument. iThis celebration will take the form of the dedication ceremony of the tab let at the custom house, which will be attended by the mayor and city of- liclafs of El Paso. ' Following this, a band concert is to be arranged at the new Benito Juarez plaza, where the monument was un veiled Sunday. This will give many El Pasonans an opportunity to see the beautiful monument for the first time. A reuest win probably be made to the military department of Chihuahua for the famous Third Cavalry band of Chi huahua, which gave such a splendid concert Tuesday evening to be dele gated to furnish the music for the band concert that will be a part of the Mex ican celebration. The following evening, which will be Sunday, October 16, will be celebrated in El Paso with a sacred concert by the Municipal and Twenty-third infan try bands and the unveiling of the tab let in the chamber of commerce. The city officials of Juarez will be invited to attend this function and the mili tary officers of Fort Bliss and the Juarez garrison will be the special guests of the two celebrations. It fis expected that Taf t-Diaz day will become an annual event in El Paso and Juarez. Cool weather reminds people of Ar doln's fancy family sausage ' A Burglar In Town his name is "bad cough." He doesn't care for gold or silver but he will steal your health away. If he appears in your (house arrest him at once with Ballard's Horehound Syrup, it may mean consumption if you don't. A cure for all coughs, colds and chest troubles. 'Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. All druggists. ARIZOANA BOSSES RETURN TO HOMES Cameron Will Eeturn in jESFo- Ternber for Hunting Trip With Cecil Lyon. Delegate Ralph Cameron, of Arizona. j who accompanied postmaster general Frank JHitchcock from Deming to El Paso, left Thursday evening for Albu querque on business and will return from there to his home in Flagstaff. "While here delegate Cameron, secreta ry Albert M. Sanies, of the Arizona Re publican committee, and Hoval A Smith, of Douglas, held a political powwow and mapped the plan of cam paign for the Arizona political fight. Delegate Cameron will return to El Paso in November and will meet Cecil A Lyon, the Republican oracle of Texas, here and will accompany him on a hunting trip to Mexico following the November elections. - i Ardoln's special sales Saturdays save people money. H J intended for 1 Z cTI I TL &F Opening Occurs Next Monday Evening, j j September 26th JSSggf &? Read full details in Herald tomorrow I fnn&ur SP60 invitations! Again we remind you that our newspaper announcements" f tWwi are only itations to he issued. ' v 1 I Texas and Mesa I I t ' "Tlie mere thought of .buying a diamond should suggest Silberljers's." 1 Important to All Women , Readers of This Paper Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. . "Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or tne result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not In a healthy condltion, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. You may suffer a great deal with pain In the back, bearing-down feelings, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irrit able and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But thousands of irritable, nervous. tired and broken down women have re stored their health and strength by the use of Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. Swamp-Root brings new life and ac tivity to the kidneys, the cause of such troubles. Many send for a sample bottle to see what Swamp-Root, the great Kidney. Liver and Bladder Remedy will do for them. Every reader of this paper, who has not already tried it, may address Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. T., and receive sample bottle free by mail. Tou can purchase the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles at all drug stores. the Middle West." Wm. D. Williams, a member of the board of railroad com missioners of Texas, was elected chair man and John S. Dawson, attorney for the Kansas board of railroad commis sioners, secretary. jkf ews Brevities i Train Bulletin. All afternoon and evening trains are reported on time. To Lock Out Metal Workers. Berlin, Sept. 23. The metal working employers' organization has voted to lock out the organized workmen in the trade on October 8 unless striking ship builders return to work before that day. World's Best Table Water. "White Rock table water is superior to any other known water. A carload is here, both distilled and charged. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone .353. Car Jumped on Owner. Prosser, "Wash., Sept, 23. C. A. "Wil der, a photographer, was killed on the street by his own automobile Thurs day while he was cranking the ma chine. The car jumped upon him, roll ed him and mangled him -and then stopped. Dr. W. R, Wee&s, chronic diseases. Dr. Leslye Hyde, osteopathic physi cian, 814 Mesa. Colorado Peaches. "We have some nice Colorado peaches, both clings and freestones. Make good peach preserves. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. NOTICE. "We have understood that there is some report circulating among our for mer patrrns that we were going out of business. Any such report Is erroneous and false "We have some new men with us that are experienced transfer and liv ery men and fully capable of running our business in perfectly satisfactory manner with our patrons and we appre ciate favors extended us in past and are ready at all times to serve our friends Pomeioy El Paso Transfer Co. "W. J. Harris, President. "W. C. Davis, "Vice President, J. W. Davis, Manager. Seize Unstamped Opium. Honolulu, Hawaii, Sept. 23. Un stamped opium valued at $5000 has been seized by United States district attorney R. "W. Breckons in a tenement house in Chinatown. The tins contain ing the drug evidently had been in salt -water for some time, probably thrown into the ocean from some steamer ap proaching this port. Home Made Horseradish. "We (have some excellent home made horseradish which goes nicely with that "Weisel sausage in our Delicatessen de partment, Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Establish Xerr Panama Line. Seattle, Wash., Sept. 23. A steam ship line between Seattle and Panama has been organized to carry freight only and to connect with a similar fleet plying between Colon and New York. The steamers of the new line are the Mackinaw, Stanley Dollar and Geo. H. Fenwick. The Mackinaw will sail for Panama October 10. Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason able price. Over Guarantee shoe store. C. L. BUlington, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating Tariff Commission Flanj. "Washington, D. C, Sept. 23. Plans are announced of a campaign to be conducted by the National Tariff Com mission association to have congress enact legislation making the tariff board a permanent body to be affiliat ed as a bureau with the treasury department. Let us suggest a dainty frozen desert. Phone the Elite any time. A Barrel of Sauerkraut. Another barrel of that most excel lent Heinz sauerkraut was opened to day at this store. j Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. To Cruise In Medlteranean. Washington, D. C, Sept. 23. The protected cruiser Des Moines has been temporarily detached from duty on the west coast of Africa, where she has been loolking after American inter ests at Liberia, and has been ordered to proceed to Gibraltar for a short cruise in the Meliterranean. Kermit Roosevelt to Wed. New York, Sept. 23. Kermit Roose velt was a returning passenger last night on the transatlantic liner Lusi tania. Asked about the reports that have "connected his name with that of Miss Rutherford, a step-daughter of W. K. Vanderbilt, he answered: "Oh, those reports are not true. Do I know Miss Rutherford? Well, I hardly know her." Dr. Anna Reum, lady physician, resi dence 812 Magoffin. Both phones. Peach Ice cream fiellvered after sup per. Phone the Elite. ilexlco Still Celebrates. Mexico City, Mex., Sept, 23. With ceremonies of quiet dignity, the Na tional University of Mexico yas inaug urated here yesterday. President Diaz and other high officials and .distin guished educators from abroad were present. The presidential luncheon and ball in the national palace tomor row night promises to be the most brilliant social eVent in the history of Mexico. Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis eases of stomach, intestines and liver. Rio Grande Bank building. Dr. J. A. Hcdrlck, surgeon and gyne cologist, Roberts-Banner building. Weisel's Sausages. Weisel, of Milwaukee, Is known all over the United States as the king of sansatre makers. We handle Weisel f sausage because, it's the best. Just received the following: TTead cheese. Hard salama. Liverwurst. Bloodwurst. t J Weinerwursts. Ring bologna. All in our Delicatessen department Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Still Struggling "With Revenue. Berlin, Germany, Sept, 23. The gov ernment is still struggling with the problems of revenue which failed of solution through the fiscal legislation of 1909. It has been rumored for some months that the government intended to introduce at the next session of the reichstag a bill providing for addition al taxation. Rate Organization Formed. Topeka, Kan., Sept, 23. A permanent organization was formed here under the name "The Traffic Federation of SAILS OVER ALPS 7 IN A MONOPLANE (Continued From P&ga One.7 precaution signal fires were lighted and .beyond Domodossola flags marked the route and buoys showed the T;y across Dake Magiore. Alpine solaiers sent up heliographic signals in the mountains, while the summit at Mon scora was Illuminated with oxyhydri que lights. A captive balloon at a height of 6500 feet marked the aero drome at Milan, which is about 75 miles as the crow flies from the start ing point. Chavez drove his monoplane, the same trusty little macriine with whih he recently soared to an altitude of 8792 feet at Issy. When he arose he expressed perfect confidence In the success of his attempt and the fact that failure meant almost certain death did not dampen his spirits. Weymann was equally confident. Elaborate preparations had been made for the event and early today each hamlet along the course to be traversed was the scene of a gathering that eagerly looked toward Brig for the first sight of an approaching aeroplane. TWO DEAD BABIES ARE ' FOUND IN SEWER Denver, Colo., Sept. 23. The discovery of the bodies of two babies in the sewer in the same section of the city where two other bodies have been found within a few days, has caused the Den ven police to start a rigid Investigation. It is thought the babies anay 'have been murdered. TAFT PR03IISEF AID. Cincinnati, Sept. 23. President Taft has promised some of the Ohio Repub lican leaders that he would try to help them out in this state by asking several speakers of national promi nence to take part In the campaign. The president said he might also ask secretary Naegel, of the department of commerce and labor, to make a few speeches in the state. WANTS TO BE CHAPLAIN. Fort Worth, Tex., Sept. 23. Rev. ,T. P.- Hicks, pastor of the Hemphill Pres byterian church, of this city, has an nounced as a candidate for chaplain of the next legislature. States' Rights Conservationists. Seattle, Wash., Sept. 23. Governor M. E. Hay, of Washington, announces that he has sent to the governors of the Pacific coast and mountain states letters asking their views on the ad visability of holding another conserva tion congress at which there might be a fuller discussion of conservation as viewed In the west than there was, ac cording to governor Hay, at the recent St. Paul meeting. TAKE A HINT. Do your own mixing, pay for poison only, "Rough on Rats," a powder, then you get results, for Roaches, Ants, Mice, Rats, etc 15c, 25c, 75c. See di rections how to use in out-buildings. Y. M. C. A. TO ENTERTAIN. The Y. M. C. A. will entertain stu dents of the high school, military insti tute and business colleges at an open house at 8 oclock Friday night. There will be music, a program in the athletic departments and a swim for all in the pool. A Specialist's Advice. In a recent issue the New York Her ald published a special article on the eare of the hair. In which was given the formula for a home-made Hair Tonic, which was highly recommended for its remarkable hair-growing prop erties, as well as for stopping falling hair, revitalizing the hair roots, and destroying the dandruff germ. This ar ticle was of special interest to me, as the formula was one which I myself have seen used in countless cases with most astonishing benefit, thus confirm ing my belief that home-made hair preparations are the best. For the benefit of those who have not seen it before, I give the formula herewith. Procure from your druggist an eight ounce bottle containing six ounces of Bay Rum, also purchase a two-ounce sealed bottle of Lavona de Composee, (Smith's), and one-half drachm Men thol Crystals. Dissolve the Crystals in the Bay Rum and then add the La vona de Composee; shake thoroughly and apply night and morning to the roots of the hair, rubbing into the scalp with the finger tips. This prepa ration contains no coloring matter, but restores gray hair to its natural color by its action on the hair roots. If you desire it perfumed add one teaspooiiful of To-Ka-lon Perfume, which com bines perfectly with the other Ingre dients and imparts a most pleasing scent. Be sure to get all enclosures in the Lavona de Composee package, as they give much valuable advice on care of the hair and besides entitle you to a sprinkler top for your bottle free of charge. A. E. Ryan &(Co., the well known druggist, states that they have had many calls for the preparation and are prepared to fHl the formula at all times. Do not apply where hair is not desired. Vi Corner Kansas and Boulevard BEST QUALITY LOWER PRICES . BEST SERVICE A Good combination you will find them all at the C. 0. D. ' , Bell Phones 884-844-823 Auto Phone 1691 15c 3SC 30c ,25c 25c Sugar, 18 pounds for Best Butter, per pound Fresh Kansas Egg3, per doz Extra Good Quality Pota toes, 10 lbs. for .v. Extra Nice Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. for .' Xew Corn Meal, 83-4 lb. Sack for National Oats (new) and fine quality, per pkg. -... Xew Dr. Price's All Grain food, per pkg. Xew Cream of Wheat, per pkg. Baker's Chocolate, per cake Lipbon's Jelly Tablets, all e flavors, 3 pkgs. for - Large fat Mackerel, each Bayles' Horse Radish and Mustard, per Jar , Bayles' Hot Relish, per jar Fresh California Lettuce, 1 P 2 heads for IOC c 15c 5c 20c c c 15c c c 15c c ..5c 25c 25c 30c 20c 25c 25c 20c 25c 15c 4 Large Rolls Toilet Paper, for 25c 5 gals. Eupion Oil (the very best) for 8Qc 5 gals. Best Grade of Gasoline, for vH. 85c 2 cans Standard pack. Tomatoes (not seconds) for 15c The C. 0. D. for Quality, Lower Prices and Good Services. Eyster's C. O, D. Grocery Cor. Kansas and Boulevard. Extra Fine Large Celery, 2 .bunches for String Beans, per pound Fresh Tomatoes, 2 lbs. for- Bell Peppers, per pound Fine Fresh Okra, per pound - Mountain Cabbage, per pound -.,.... Fresh Pie Plant, 3 lbs. for .' Fancy Colorado Peaches, 3 pounds for California Grapes, extra fine; 3 lbs. for Good Oranges, per doz.. 25c and . Best Lemons, per doz Crystal White Soap, 6 bars for ... D. C. Soap," 8 bars for Large pkg. Gold Dust, each - 4 lbs. Best Bulk Starch, for . 2pkj for . ;. Crescent Corn Starch migBtSBEH" iking Is Equal to the Home Product Why worry yourself with Baking a cake for the Sun day dinner? It takes a lot of time andtrouble so why not let us do your baking. 'Anything' you need in the way of cakes, pies and pastry you -can get here and in most cases cheaper than you could do-it. your self. We especially commend this Special for Saturday Angel Cake, a regular 35c value, on sale Saturday only ian Bakery Phone Bell 310. 210 E. Overland St. Auto 1310. MAX HELD OX IvIIjIjIXG CHARGE IS RELEASED OX BOND Miguel Ciniceros, "wiia hosi been con fined in the county jail since February on a charge of murder! as a. result of a killing' near Ysleta, has given bond in the sum of ?1000 and has secured his release. Three 'large salt mackerel for 25c at Ardoin's tomorrow. W oTLbupsj iPm 1 LOCOMOTIVES J I Sunset Route Through Tourist leeping Cars to Washington Cincinnati Chicago, III. ' St. Louis, Mo. Memphis, Tenn. OIL BTJRXIXG LOCOMOTIVES City Ticket Office St. Regis Hotel "The Philippines as I Saw Them," by General James F. Smith, ex-Governor of the Philip pines, and "California's Black Gold, the Romance of the Oil Wells," by Walter V. Weelke. In Sunset Ilagazine for August, now on sale at all news stands, fifteen cents. JKHL WWT9& 'SSPfrHrifr All You Fastidious men folks WA see the fascinating styles now snuwn iu Fall Neckwear. IdbMoore opp. p. o. Is to feed your stock well if you expect to get good serv ice from them. We have the right kind of feed at the right prices. " Prompt and courteous treatment is a se cret of our growing trade. We woidd like to add you to our list of satisfied custom ers. 0. G. Seeton & Son i Third and Chihuahua Sts.