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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Dec. 15, 1910.
Shelled Almonds, CClr
Shelled TValnuts, Aflrf
Shelled Hickory Nuts, ff J-
pound 0 O C
Shelled Filberts, E
Shelled Black Walnuts,
Shelled Brazil Nuts, K
Shelled Pecans, rj E
pound J C
Imported Cresco Raisins PA
Fancy Layer Raisins,
Golden Dates, "2 ?
Faney Black Dates, Qfk
pound .' tJ
Pure Olive Oil
Too much care cannot be taken in
buying Olive Oil. We have exper
imented with Olive Oil and know
what is the best. We have it,
packecfin original cans and bottles
-srith the -packers' seal. Ltt us
show you the difference.
Lima Beans, J
No. 1 cans IOC
French String Beans, OS
Xo. 2 dtQC
Tiny Sifted Peas, ey g
Xo. 2 diOC
Okra, extra fine, OA,
Xo. 2 &3C
Sweet Potatoes, c g
Xo. 3 .- aJC
Crab Ztfeat, EAr
'Xo. 1 OUC
Boneless Sardines, PP
large '. O 3
Sweet Wrinkle' Peas, 0-
Xo. 2 ' &yc
Roly Poly Cherries, Afr
Pitted, No. 3 WC
F. D. Corn, A
Xo. 2 UC
Strawberries, O f
xo. 2 .....; OUC
A73 40 c
and Tips TTvP
We have made special arrange
ments to accommodate our cus
tomers with the finest selection of
fruits, vegetables and everything
uptodate in this line obtainable,
from the best markets, in the
FANCY APPLES AND ORANGES
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS
TUCUMCARI MEN ARE
HURT IN COLLISION
Quay County Democrats De
cide ISTot to Oppose the
Tucumcarl. N. M., Dec. 15. D. B.
iicKinzie, L.yle Jacobs and R. Jen
nings, the Tucumcari men -who were
injured at Duran by a fast freight run
ning into the caboose in which they
were at the time, are all in Tucum
cari. McKInzie is the worst hurt, but
his injuries are not supposed to be se
rious. Jim Edwards formerly of this
ity and the engineer of the switch en
gine, was also hurt, as was the fire
man Wright, both now living at Duran.
The switch engine was on the main
track and did not have time to clear
for the fast freight which drove the
engine back on the caboose. Edwards
was taken to, El Paso.
While playing with several small
boys on the foundation which has been
Brewer, son of S M. Brewer the res- '
taurant man, fell and broke the bones
of the right leg.
At the Democratic meeting, called to
consider what action would be taken
on the constitution in Qua- county,
TV". TV. Mayes chairman of the county
Democratic central committee presided
and the secretary, S. T. Hopkins, was
instructed to inform the Democratic
convention at Santa Fe, December 17, i
that it was the sense of the meetin
and party in this county that the J
Democrats would not oppose the adop
tion of the constitution as a party, be
lieving the question to be one for in
telligent individual decision. Hope was
expressed, however, that voters care
fully read the constitution as proposed
and vote according to their opinion.
This marks the end to the expected
opposition to the constitution in Quay I
county, several of the Democratic lead
ers having declared openly already that
they would support the adoption.
'S CHRISTMAS STORE"
I ill! Wk m mm. m va i I i 1 HI lHt 1 1 . (I ff I V9 Wmt n tR BsS II
fill mm. m. m - W W P I 9 1 t wt 1B&L I fe m, M mQ b V KwQ llll!
. m HrfiisroV'rBfni e &
Chamberlain's Stomach and L.I'er
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may
be taken -with perfect safety by the
most dedicate woman or the youngest
child. The old and feeble will also
find them a most suitable remedy for
aiding and strengthening their weak
ened digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale by all dealers.
I will teach you.
M. J. Ely's
102 N. Campbell St
El Paso, Tex.
P. 0. Box 757.
EL PASO tsune: factoey
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Am.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 196c
We 3tcre gaoas. Opp. ?03tsffice, across Plaza
VE REPAIR EVERYTHING. , , --
Key and Lock Work, Guns, Pistols. Um breilas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Blc5-cles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York. 999
Miles. In 35 hours.
X. PASO REPAIR SHOP. 20S North Station Street. Phone Bell 130.
With Capital of $6,000,000
Company Plans to Irri
gate 50,000 Acres.
Silver City, X. M.. Dec. 15. Since the
approval of the application of the Gila
River Power company for the diversion
of water from the Gila river, in the
western portion of this county, by Ver
non L. Sullivan, territorial engineer,
the incorporators, who are also the
directors, Thomas Lyons, manager of
the Gila Farm company, of Gila; Wil
liam D. Murray, president of the Silver
City National bank; and John R- Bart
lett. a capitalist of New York City, are
at work raising- the necessary fupds
and perfecting the plans for the build
ing of the diversion dam.
There is a natural point on the river,
where it boxes up some miles below
the town of Cliff, and about 24 miles
from the Arizona line, for the building
of the immense dam between the bluffs.
It is planned to irrigate several thou
sands of acresv of rich, level land, be
tween this point and the town of
I.ordsburg and in the middle and lower
sections of the river in this county.
The company is capitalized for ?S,
000.000. Its object is the reclaiming of
50,000 acres of land' by irrigation and
the furnishing of electric power for
transportation purposes to the rich Mo
gollon mining section and to other
points in the county.
The dam will cause the submerging
of several thousands of acres of rich
agricultural lands on the upper Gila,
which the. company will be compelled
to purchase from the owners or pro
cure through condemnation proceed
ings. It is understood that a large
amount of this detail work has already
been accomplished and a large amount
of eastern funds are now available,
which will mean the beginning of work
on the diversion dam in the very near
The scheme has the hearty support
of the people of the western portion of
the county, as well as in this city, and
It is believed that it will be early accomplished.
No Christmas Trees This Year But Lots of
CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENTS
EXTRA SPECIALl-Friday OnJy--10c and 15c Pieces 5c
It has always been customary for the Calisher Store to carry Chri3tmas trees, and
usually a great number of ornaments wa3 sold in connection with the trees. This
vcar we will not be able to handle trees and for that reason we find ourselves
considerably overstocked on ornaments. To reduce stock, we make this extra special
value for tomorrow.
10c and 15c Pieces 5 cents
This special comprises a. large variety of ornaments garlands, globes and many
other beautiful things to decorate the Christmas tree. These are worth regularly
10c and 15c each; on sale tomorrow at 5c.
(This special is so unusual that none can be delivered and no telephone orders
Santa Claus Sends
to the Boys and Girls
Santa Claus makes special request that
all the boys and girls delay no longer in
writing him a letter.
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We will display Saturday thfe two prizes
that Santa will give this year to the
bes: letter Avriters one prize is for the
best letter from a girl, the other for the
bet letter from a boy.
25c and 35c Photo Frames 15c
100 pretty gilt photo frames will be on
sale tomorrow at this reduction. Round,
square, oval and oblong frames are offered-
Regular prices 25c and 35cj a
Christmas Special 1 p
tomorrow 7 IiC
75c Silks 48c
Yard Wide Kimono Silks, in a variety
of attractive new patterns, both light
and dark colored effects, regular price
for such silks 75c per yard ; a A O
Christmas Special tomorrow TT C
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
BURTOff-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS-.
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
FOR TENTS AftD CAMP SUPPUES
W e ara manurac-
Before buying set our prices. We o an save you mone
ELc PASO IEAI IL.2ilx a.n.Ubr i;U.3Lt'.jU 1 ,
312 S. EI Paio St.
L. X. 2YA2? & CO.
I S T
OPEK ALL TflGST.
212 SAN AKTONIO ST.
202 Tcx&s St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
"Win be right away."
11 1 to 120 San Francisco St
Bell 1 Auto 1001
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and racking by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOK'S TRANSFEE. AUTO 1966
CASH OR CREDIT
A XiITTIiE 3IOKEY coes a long wa ys here.
H. Ii. STEWART FUHXIXDRE CO.
CI0-312 Soctfe StnmtoH. . Bell C22; Auto. 2100
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RTJXJf I3TG WHITE SEWIXG MACHINE.
Hail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
OX OUR 30c
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE
with at our fountain.
mfX) 7 9 ff
0. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Eates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
Wholesale Csndip 409 Sonu santast
TTIlWlOOaiD VaSIUICS Bell Phone 1483. AutoTpboiie 1403.
I Guns. Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' HarJvare. TcoTa. all IE llJSmmmmmm &SSVmmmmmmmW,
M Jr'-.c aVM'o Harness. Cutlery Tont? 07 Paint Etc m ' ihiim v .mmmmB-g
Continuing the sale of
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats
35.00 Suits and Overcoats
32.50 Suits and Overcoats
30.00 Suits and Overcoats
28.50 Suits and Overcoats
27.50 Suits and Overcoats
25.00 Suits and Overcoats
22.50 Suits and Overcoats
20.00 Suits and Overcoats
18.50 Suits and Overcoats
16.50 and $15.00 Suits and
Overcoats at $11.75
Coloradoans Are Arrested on
Information of Federal
"Washington, D. C, Dec. 15. For
using the United States mails to further
an irrigation scheme In Colorado, de
clared in a statement issued by the
interior department to be "wildly and
flagrantly fraudulent," seven residents
of that state have been indicted as a
result of the combined efforts of the
interior and postoffice departments.
The men are each under $2500 bail.
Their names, as given out by the in
terior department, are: J. Albert
"Wright, Frank "White,, JohnGould,
Corydon A. "Woody, Homer A. JGibson,
Hobert W. Rose and Sam T. Baker,
all of whom are said to.be officers in
one or more irrigation companies. The
charge, it is said, is that they procured
about 50 citizens to make land entries
in the Montrose (Colorado) land dis
trict upon the representations that the
several corporations would construct an
irrigation enterprise that would irri
gate the lands taken by the country
Entrymen, before making the entries,
were required to agree or contract to
deed to a land and irrigation company
when patent was secured, all the land
except 10 or 20 acres of the 320 acres
in each entry, in return for which the
company was to furnish the entryman
his water supply. The land involved
is valued at approximately $160,000.
Many hats have been sold today but still many are left for tomorrow's
shoppers. These are stylish hats, made of worthy materiahj and regular
prices are $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00. It is our desire to make complete
clearance in the Millinery Section before Christmas, so, we are making
one price for the lot$1.00.
The $10.00 Sale
Coats and Skirts
IMany garments were sold j-esterda.y and this morning
infact, no advertised item of ours ever met with
such a ready response. VTe find it necessary to add
fresh garments to the various lots to make them hold
out the balance of the week. Better not wait longer
than tomorrow to make your selections from our
$10.00 "sale: Briefly, it comprises "
Suits worth to . $25. GO INoW at
Dresses worth to $25.00 )
Coats worth to . $22.50
Shirts worth to . $16.75
Sale of Sweaters
Worth Donble-We Price. Them $239
(Size range is broken)
300 coat sweaters go on sale tomorrow morningr
women's sizes, also for girls from 10 to 1G years.
The plain firmly knit ''Athletic" Sweaters with auto
collars and big pockets in tan. dark .green, gray, red
and white. Also pretty, dressy, fancy stitch sweaters
in white, red, gray and green, also in white and
red and white and light blue. While in the whole
lot there is a complete range of sizes, it is not pos
sible to find every size in every -eolor and 'style.
The3e .sweaters are really worth, double the price
quoted, many of them even more. To make a quick
clearance, iwe give you choice at
(Oneof these sweaters would be a gift both pretty
J.Calisher Dry Goods Ca 0eccrFi)
Store Open Each
Evening Until Seven
J.CalirDry Good Ca (E jii
OFFERS TO BUILD
SUGAR BEET PLANT
American Sugar Co. Wants
10,000 Acres in Beets to
Artesia. N. il., Dec. 15. If a suffi
cient tonnag-e of beets is assured tae
Pecos valley wilj have a sugar beet
factory of a daily capacity -of 1000 tons,
operated by the American Sugar Re
finery company. At ' the commercial
club meeting- in the presence of a large
gathering of citizens. D. A. ZVTounday, of
Topeka, Kans.. district manager of the
company in charge of 21 beet factories,
outlined the plans of the company. Ho
wants 10,000 acres In the valley in beets
and not more than 30 acres to the quar
ter section. He will require 20 year
contracts and will pay $5 a ton at the
shipping point. He will put In wells
and pumping, plants and furnish money
where needed to raise a crop. He would
not commit himself in the location of
the plant. Rev. P. E. Thomas of Ros
well will look after fcne placing of con
tracts. The farmers about Artesia are
enthused over the proposition.
"lH T llitl
' HOLD THEIR OWN
SOL.OMOXVIL.L.E PLAXS TO
HAVE SERVICES REGULARLY
Solomonville, Ariz.. De.c. 15. Ar
rangements are being made to have
religious services in Solomonville reg
ularly on Sundays hereafter. Rev. Mr.
Gardiner, who held .services last Sun
day in the Methodist church, probably
will be induced to come at stated In
tervals. For some time Solomonville
has had no regular Sunday services.
Mrs. Carrie McKinney, of Safford,
sister of Mrs. Ben Mann, who died here
was buried In the Safford cemetery be
side her father. Mrs. McKinney came
here some weeks ago for her health.
The change- was made too late to do
Alvin Sands was called to Duncan,
Ariz., by the sudden and serious illness
of his father, Charlie Sands. Mr.
Sands lived at Solomonville a number
Mrs. J. P. Bray and infant, son have
started for Helena, Mont. They will
be met by Rev. J. P. Bray, the hus
band and faiher, at the last change of
cars on their way to the new home.
The women of the' old aid society
met with Mrs. A. A. Anderson.
Are Still in Possession of
Captured Arms and
Jerusalem, Dec. 15. Reports from the
Sitrian Vilayet where Bedouin revolts
have recently been reported, indicate
that the uprising is a serious one.
Many Turkish officials have been mas
sacred and at several military posts
the troops were annihilated.
An Englishman who was an eyewit
ness of some of the scenes of the up
rising, brings a detailed account to this
city. Several companies of troops, he
says, had been sent out with field guns
to effect the disarmament of the Be
douins. The troops were scattered in
small companies among the various
tribes in the district east of the Jordan
when the revolt broke out. The revolt
was carefully planned and executed.
The Bedouins were led by chief Me
jilla of El Kerak, whose father was
a desert chieftain of international prom
inence. The Bedouins, objecting to the
disarmament program, planned an
armed resistance and attacked the
troops simultaneously at all stations
north of Macan. They were successful
J at every point, cdmpletly annihilating
the troops, capturing 16 field guns ana
killing many of the Turklsn railway
The victorious revolters then moved
on El Kerak, a town of about 2000 In
habitants, located 20 miles east of tha
Dead sea. Here, too, they were suc
cessful. They massacred the gover
nors, and their families looted and
burned the government buildings, and
robbed eight American tourists. The
latter suffered no personal Injury, how
ever. It Is asserted that Christian residents
and their buildings were spared. The
garrison of El Kerak, consisting of a
full battalion of infantry, is beleaguered
in the castle awaiting relief from Da
TVe will put up at auction any ar
ticle you select. Snyder Jewell y Co.
Coleman: treasurer. Miss Maude Linam;
sergeant at arms, Sam Burrus.
At t!:2 next meeting, December 17.
the society will debate the following
question: "Resolved, That the consti
tution of New Mexico should be
Forest rnger Bateman Is here on
I forestry business.
John Stewart, of Tularcsa, who pur
j chased the D. Connell place here some
J time ago, has moved his family here,
j J. X. Reeder and Ted Renter, who
j have had the D. Connell place rented
I the past year, are moving; to the J. H.
' Skinner place on the Rio Bonito.
We are prepared to turn out
you? framing quickly
ami u ijiass LO.
BELL PHONE 206; ATJTO PHONE 1206.
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Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammuni
tion, Saddlery, Cutlery, Golf Goods,
Carving Sets, Skates, Parlor Games,
Athletic Equipment, Pennants, etc.
See us before buying.
ALTO LITER A It i' SOCIETY
ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR.
Alto, N. if., Dec. 15. The Alto Lit
erary society at its regular weekly
meeting at the school .house elected
the following officers: President,
Prof. H. F. Jones; vice president. Miss
Mae Gilmore, secretary. Miss Nora
Foos G-asoline Engines
Worfchington Centrifugal Pumps
General Electric Motors
Let us quote you price on your complete Pumping Plant.
Write us for catalogues.
Denver Rock Drill & Machinery Co.
520 San Francisco St., El Paso, Texas. Bell Phone 2777
IB, WANT A JOB?
"We have more calls for office help than we can
supply. Your hands earn from 50 cents to S 1.50 a
day. Your head, when properly trained, can earn
from $5 to S20 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your
head qualify yoa-for the $5 to $20-a-day class
aatd find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or phone DBATJGHOX'S ISU3RESS COLLEGE,
QP&w. Texas, 107 Soath 1 Paso St, PhoaellSi.
I EL FASO
I Special ?f"a!. Tues,
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MONDAY AXD TUESDAY,
DECEMBER 19 AXD 0.
Fred. Warde In Julius Ceasar
NIGHT: 50c TO S2.00.
MATINEE: 50c TO 91.50.
EL PASO THEATRE
Seats go on Sals Saturday
9 A. M.
Wednesday, Dec. 21
GLASS STOCK CO.
The i?ed Mouse
All Fun and Laughter
25 and 35 cents.