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AN HOUR LONGER TO SHOP STORE CLOSES NEXT WEEK AT 7 P. M.
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Our Holiday window displays
are well worth seeing.
Don't Delay! Send in the
Christmas mail order now.
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'HEN voti consider that twelve months in the year we devote our entire time and attention to supplying things for women, don't you
think that we are better able than anybody else to supply what a woman will most appreciate at Christmas? This season, we have
exercised more than the usual care in assembling our Holiday stocks. The two short weeks now left for Christmas buying will be full of
satisfaction if you will depend on us to supply what gifts you have in mind intended for a woman,
nK - In addition to articles intended as holiday gifts, we note for next week values in ready-to-wear that are, easily,
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The Best Gift of
All Furs
A handsome set of ifurs is the best gift of all. We
make special displays next week of furs. If you
-wish, a deposit nvlll hold any fur for you until a
later date. In furs for -women and misses, we
mention three special lines
Black hare and cooney collars and muff to match
'prices on the individual pieces ranging $3.50 and
up.
Jap and American minks collars and muffs to
match prices on the individual pieces, $4.95
and up.
Sets of white furs white hare, white Thibet and
Iceland fox $22.50 and up.
In children's fur sets, there is a wide variety in
white, gray, brown and gray and white at ?2.50
and up.
Gloves, Umbrellas, Petticoats -
These three articles are always .appropriate for
M Christmas gifts. We have the celebrated "Trey
fousse," "Pen-ins" and "Fownes" gloves; these
come in every grade and we put them up in
Christmas boxes. In umbrellas, we show the reg
ular and. suit case styles. A silk petticoat se
lected here will certainly please any woman.
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Worth $23.504o $25.00-at $14.85
From our regular high grade stock of women's stylish dresses we have selected
200 worth from $23.50 to- $25.00, and -give you, choice next week at $14.85.
These are dresses for street, afternoon and informal evening affairs they are
correct in every detail. Made of broadcloths, serges, cashmeres, voiles, silks
and chiffons. Long and short sleeved styles, high and low neck, are shown,
many have rich lace yoke and sleeves, many are heavily braided and button
trimmed. Color range embraces white, pink, light blue, grays, tans, browns,
reds, black, also checks shepherd plaids and other effects, rose, navy and Co
penhagen blue and other shades that are being worn this season. Be sure and
see these dresses Monday an inspection will show you that all we have said
about them is true and more. Dresses worth from $23.50 to $25.00; next
week, we ,give you choice at $14.85.
$5.00 Scarfs $2.95
Evening Scarfs, black satin lined in
colors, such as pink, lavender, blue,
yellow, white and green, also some
are lined in a Persian effect. Scarfs
axe 2 1-2 yards long and finished with
tassels. Each one comes in a beauti
ful Christmas box, and we know of
nothing that is a lovelier Christmas
gift than one of these scarfs. Regu
lar $5.00 values: special at $2.95. v
The above scarf value is most unusual
and worth taking advantage of, but,
we want to remind you that we are
showing hundreds of other ,beautiful
scarfs at prices ranging $1.00 to
$15.00. There are crepe de chene,
chiffon, satin, silk, also Asyrian and
Persian scarfs. Each one will be put
in a Christmas box.
Gifts of Neckwear
While we have everything in neck
wear, we suggest as especially appro
priate for gifts the Hand Made Irish
Crochet Jabdts, also dainty lace-edged
linen jabots. No woman ever has too
much neckwear and is always pleased
with a new piece. Prices range 25c,
50c, 75c, $1.00 and up to $10.00.
Coats--
Worth to $15. 75for $9.85
Full length coats black kerseys and light and
dark effects in mixtures. Big variety of styles
to select from some coats show the shawl collar,
some sailor collar effect, others are plainly tailor
ed. Many coats are half lined. A stylish, ser
viceable coat at a nominal price is what this offer
means to you. Values up.to $15.75 one price for
next week, $9.85.
Coats
Worth to $25. 00-for $15. 75
Full length coats for misses and women. Black
kerseys, black broadcloths and the very newest
mixtures. Many finished with handsome velvet
collar and cuffs, others with the fashionable sailor
or shawl (collar, while the plain tailored coats snow
the regulation coat collar. This special coat offer
embraces both the dressy black coats, to cover
dainty afternoon costumes, and the coarser weave
"mannish" coats for general wear. Many coats
are half lined with satin, some are lined through
out xtheir entire length. Xot a coat worth less than
$20.00 and some up to $25.00 one price for next
week, $15.75. ,
Evening CapesNone
Reserved
Our entire stock of Evening Capes goes, on sale
next week. You can get a handsome evening
cape next week at about one-third less than the
regular price. These are broadcloth capes,' repre
senting every approved style of the season. Among
the colors offered are such favored shades as lav
ender, gray, pink, light blue, greenr tan, white and
black. Many of the higher priced capes are most
beautifully trimmed, and every cape hows care
ful finishing throughout. Our entire stock of
Evening Capes on sale beginning Monday
$ 7.50
11.50
Capes $ 4.95
Capes.... 8.95
18.75
29.50
Capes 14.75
Capes 19.50
All higher-priced capes at equally as great re
ductions. No Question of Value
In considering reductions in ready-to-wear offered
next week, we again remind you that onh gar
ments of the very highest type are carried in stock
and that reductions are m'ade on our regular
high grade stock and -not on garments bought
especially for "sate purposes." Notwithstanding
the low prices offered., we are just as careful in
fitting, garments sold at sacrifice prices as if you
had bought them in the regular way.
Belts as Gifts
A wide range of Elastic, Persian and
Tinsel Belts, also .the fashionable
suede, patent and other leathers. You
will be surprised -at what a pretty
belt you can get here for little mon
ey. All belts are nicely boxed. Prices
range 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, up to,
$5.00.
Leather, Velvet and
Suede Bags
Nowadays, there must be a bag for
each costume, a leather or suede bag
matching the tailored suit, a velvet
bag for the afternoon costume. You
should certainly select the gift bags
here iwe are showing all sizes, all
styles and colors to harmonize with
any costume. One of the beautiful
Persian velvet bags would be a dainty
gift.
In connection with bags, we are now
showing some handsome manicure
sets, handkerchief and. glove cases,
also tie and handkerchief cases for
men. These are special lines brought
on for the Holidav trade.
Suits-
Vortk to $34.50--at $16.85
A stylish suit at less than half-price tells the whole story in a few words.
Just 100 of these suits, selected from our-regular stock. Made in cheviots, fine
French suitings and mixtures. Coats are lined with guaranteed silk serge, sat
in or messaline. Every suit style of the season is included both the plainly
tailored models and the more elaborate braided, velvet or Persian trimmed
suits. Black, navy blue, grays, tans, browns, greens and other colors are
shown. We consider this an exceptional offer of suits, riot only is the price
reduction remarkable, but the variety of styles, materials, etc, is remarkably
wide. Suits worth up to $34.50 one price next week, $16.85.
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Advance Showing
of 1911 Styles in Waists
Beginning Monday, we make ad
vance showing of the spring 1911
stvles in tailored and lingerie
waists. We know that Christmas
gifts are first in your thoughts
justnow. but we believe you will
? also be interested in this first peep
at the spring styles. . The "For
syth"' Tailored Waists are includ
ed in this advance showing, and
you can alwaj's depend on a
"Fors3-th" being an authoritative
( style. Spend a few minutes Mon
day in getting a little advance in
formation as to what the spring
styles in waists will be.
Handkerchiefs for both men and wo-
men. are here in bewildering variety.
Women's handkerchiefs range 5c,
12 l-2c, 3 for 50c, 25c, 3 for $1.00,
50c, 75c, 95c and as high as $7.50.
Men's handkerchiefs are 25c, 35c, 50c
and 75c the 75c handkerchiefs are
unusually nice, come 6 in a box, but
we will break the boxes. We furnish
Christmas boxes for all handker
chiefs. Silk
Hose Bargains
To help make your Christmas shop
ping easy, and to make your Christ
mas money go as far as possible, we
offer next week two big bargains in
silk hosiery.
$1.00 SILK HOSE 79c.
Black Silk Hose; lisle foot and deep
garter top, all sizes, regular price
$1.00 per pair; special at 79c
$2.50 SILK HOSE $1.95.
Back Silk Hose, handsomely hand
embroidered in black or a dainty bit
of color, some twenty different pat
terns are offered. These hose have
lisle feet and lisle garter tops, regu
price $2.50 per pair; special at $1.95.
German Silver Mesh Bags $2.95 to
$20.00.
Hat Pins, Vanity Bags and Chate
laines in German silver and sterling.
Lavallieres, set with rhinestone, tur
quoise, amethyst, opals and other
semi-precious stones.
Hundreds of other pretty pieces of
jewelry appropriate for gifts.
$1 . 95
Buys Hats Worth $6.95
Monday Only
We offer for Monday one of the most mag
nificent millinery specials you were ever given
opportunity to choose frbmi This special
comprises a lot of high grade millinery, rep
resenting every style of the hour. - These hats
are made of nice materials, are fashionably
trimmed, and are both semi-dress and tai
Idred models. They would sell regularly at
$6.95 ; we make them a Christmas Special
for Monday at $1. 951
SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAYS
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I MILLINERY OF THE HOIIR mn
Christmas
Books at
Currans
If it's books you are thinldrig of giving, don't'
make your selection without seeing our immense
stock.
i SU.D.4PS ENTRIES
t JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB. Ap
. 18tk IHy, Sunday, Dec. 11. 4-
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First race Twoyearolds, five
?urlongs. Joe "Wells 97, Red Lass 102,
-Cordon Bleu 102, Beechmont 102, Soon
102, Oweniti 102, Practioner 105, Agil
ity 105, Carl Cloud 105, Lady Tendi
109.
Second race Selling, five and a half
furlongs. Cathryn Scott 102, Florence
A. 104, Doe Allen 107. Mark Kennedy
109. Yankee Nic 110, Del Cruzador 110,
He Knows 114. Creston 114.
Third race Handicap, six furlongs.
The Pippin 102. Frank Mullens 30S. Dr.
Smott 102, Spohn 1QS, Angelus 126.
Fourth race La Lfbertad handicap,
$2000 Talue. one mile and furlong- The
Peer 100, Green Seal 10S, Taboo 110,
Polls 110. Meadow 115. Harrlgan 125.
Fifth race Purse, 2earolds, fie
furlongs. Salali 102, Union Jack 102,
Dubois 102, Marjorie A. Iu2, Netti
Marchmont 102. Love Not 102,' Uncle
Ben 107.
Sixth race Selling, one mile. Pirate
Boy 104, Bather Royal 107, Invergarry
107, Misprision 107. Kopek 107, Light
Wool 108, Pedro 110, Bad News 113.
Five pounds apprentice allowance.
EIGHT PAIRS OF BLANKETS
AliD ONE BICYCLE MISSING
The loss of eight pairs of grev blan
kets, said to have been taken from 5J".
Roring, 305 South EI Paso street has
been reported to the police.
W. W. Jourdin, 150 Newman street,
has reported the loss of a bicycle, wnich
is said to have disappeared Friday night.
The citAr detective department is work
ing on both cases.
Not Sisters '
Now and again you see two women pass
iag downthe street who look like sisters.
You are astonished to learn that they are
mother and daughter, and you realize that
a woman at forty or forty-five ought to be
at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it so ?
The general health of woman is so in
timately associated with the local health
of the essentially feminine organs that
there can be no red cheeks and round
form where there is female weakness.
Women who bare suffered from
this trouble have found prompt
relief and cure in the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It gives vigor and vitality to thm
organs of womanhood. It clears the complexion, brightens thm
eyes and reddens the cheeks.
No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription-,,
Any sick Ionian may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Every letter is
held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address:
World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N. Y.
JUAREZ MERCHANTS
FORM ORGANIZATION
Prominent merchants of Chidad Juarez
met Friday night and organized a cham
ber of commerce, the first to exist in the
Mexican border city in many years.
The object of the new organization is
the same as that of similar bodies in
Mexico and the United States. It is
planned to build a handsome two-story
home for the organization, but at present
monthly meetings will be held at 30
Calle Porvenir.
Camile Arquelles was elected presi
dent; Angel Laideron was made vice
president and Manuel Lopez de Xava the
secretary. Directors were chosen as
follows:" Jacob Levy, Guillermo Al
varez. Francisco J. Padillo, Alfonso An
gelo, Matias P. Hernandez, and Domingo
Tmieba.
ROB SALOON CASH
REGISTER OF $135
Thieves entered the Ogden saloon,
corner of El Paso and San Antonio
streets, between 3 and 6 oclock this
morning and took $135 from the cash
register. They failed to take $27 in.
small change, which was in the cash
register.
Entrance into the saloon was made by
forcing the -front door. The saloon i3
located in the heart of the business por
tion of the city.
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Xmas toilet sets at Ryan's.
REEVES COUNTY POPULATION
INCREASE IS 138 PERCENT
Pecos, Tex., Dec. 10. A telegram has
been received in Pecos from the census
bureau announcincr the iDonulafinn of
1 Reeves county, 1910, 4392, as a.rainat
j 1S47 in 1900, or an increase of 138 per
cent, it is stated that the census bureau
failed to enumerate the Balmorhea dis
trict of Reeves county, which it is be
lieved contains no less "than 1500 to 2000
people, and if this is so. the population
of Reeves county is about 6000.
RETURN TO THEER DUTD3S.
Asble3r T. Reed, a mail carrier on
route 17, who has been ill for several
days, returned to work Saturday morn
ing. Miss. Mary Moelich, of the money or
der department, who was away Friday
on account of the illness of her mother
returned to her duties Saturday.
REPORT OIL STRIKE!
ON DISMUKE'S LAND
Oil has been struck by the Corsicana
Oil compare in its well on the land of
Ed. E. Dismuke, six miles northeast of
Toyah, according to a telegram received
in El Paso Saturday morning froffi
Dismuke.
Toyah js more active than ever and the
oil encountered in this latest well is
said to be of a good quality of paraffine
and will prove of commercial value.
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
RALPH S. HUGHES.
Ralph . Hughes, a restaurant man,
died Saturday morning of typhoid fe
ver at his home at Kansas and Mills
street. He was 39 years of age, coming
here a year -ago from Detroit, Mich.
Surviving are a widow and one child.
Funeral arrangements have not been
made.
At the Cactus club Friday night
Smith's team won over McCue's team
in play of the Terrazas park bowling
league, just formed. The margin was
247 awful, Mabel, and Roberts scored
game at 204 and total with 566. Smith
and Roberts made a strike out each.
Scores were:
Smith's I 2 3 Tl.
Smith 179 16S 163 510
Roberts , 191 204 171 56C
Morris 138 123 127 3S
Shaunessy 150 12S" 132 410
Westfell 134 140 125 399
...792 763 72S 22S3
2 3 Tl.
US 19S 426
Totals
McCue's v 1
McCue ...110
Benedetti 134 131 121 3SG
Cassidy 135 174 110 419
Dwyer 123 143 124 392
Klett 136 121 156 '413
ILLUSTRATED BOOKS
JUVENILE BOOKS
. RELIGIOUS BOOKS
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS -""
POETS, CLASSICS
LATE FICTION
BOOKS FOR THE BOYS, THE GIRLS AND
THE LITTLE FOLKS
Calendars, Xmas Cards,
Leather Goods, 'Stationery
of the finest makes in box
and bulk.
See Our Windows.
Curran's
108 Mesa
;
MRS. GREENAVOOD'S FUXERAI.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lizzie
Greenwood, who died Thursday, will be
held Sunday. Mrs. Greenwood is sur
vived by her husbind, Fred Greenwood
and two children. .
iRev. E. T. Hanks returned this after
noon from the meeting of the board of I
.' directors oi the state mission board, of
ins aenomination, in xaiias.
Xuias suggestions at Ryan's.
NO ONE WOULD
suspect you of using Wells' Hair Bal
sam, it so gradually and perfectly re
stores gray hair to natural, ofiginal
color. 50c and ?1.00 at druggists.
Totals 640 687 709
At the Y. M. C. A. the Country
trimmed the association players
a 19 pin margin. White and Ridley
for high total at 517, while Slater
high game with 213 pins. Scores
low:
' Y. M. C. A. -1
Sukerman 148
Bateman 186
Critchett 152
Lehman 176
White 1174
146
169
124
149
164
3
166
136
145
137
179
2036
club
with
tied
took
fol-
Tl.
460
491
421
462
517
Totals
Country Club-
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7,52 763 2351
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Holmes- 128 -141 138 407
Ridley 162 1S9 166 517
Slater 213 150 "149 512
RIghtor 129 177 134 440
Houck 160 137 197 494
Totals 792 794 784 2370
PILES CURED IN C to 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money it
P.ZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case
of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c.
SECRET SERVICE
MAN BUYS ARMS
Gen. Trinidad Calderon. of the Mexican
arcryj bearing- a commission statinjr that
he is connected with the secret service of
his country, was in El Paso Friday night
but left Saturday morning for home.
He hadheavy baggage believed to,have I
contained ammunition and the fact that
he was expecting a secret service man to
meet him here is proved by his instruc
tions to the landlady of the South El
Paso street hotel where he stopped. He
notified her that he expected a certain
man to call on him at 5 oclock Friday
evenins but he failed to appear and
Galderon left instructions that he meet
him at the union station.
He did not register at the hotel but
demanded ail the keys to his room,
which aroused the suspicion of the landlady-
but she could not speak Spanish
and the chambermaid was called in to
settle the difficulty, whereupon he agreed
to keep the room."
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SUE RAILROAD FOR ALLEGED V
OCCIJPAXCY OF YSLETA LAND
Suit was filed Saturday afternoon in
the 34th district court by Horace B.
Stevens, W. J. Harris, Millard Patter
son and A. Matthias against the Gal
veston, Harrisburg and San Antonio
railroad asking judgment for 1000 for
the alleged occupancy of "land In" the
Ysleta land grant.
STEWART Er;LZA3ED
TO GO TO HOSPITAL
Fred Stewart, who was twice tried
in the 34th district court this week on
a charge of burglary, both juries fail
ing to reach verdicts, was released
from the county jail on Saturday on a.
wrtt of habeas corpus.
Mitchell, It is said, has tuberculosis
and will be sent to the county hospital.
WANTED IN CALIFORNIA.
Elioeora Garcia, wanted in a Califor
nia town on -a charge of assault to mur
der, was extradited from Mexico Sat
urday afternoon and was taken to Cal
ifornia. His extradition was secured at
the instance of T. G. Cerdantes.
You can easiiv sell it
Call Bell 115,. Auto 1115
fell the girl what it is
and The Herald will sell
it. "NTo bother, no form
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