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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, December 16, 1910. 16 'E1 Paso's Christmas' Store NEW CHRISTMAS GOODS SHELLED NUTS Shelled Almonds, pound Shelled Walnuts, pound Shelled. Hickory Xuts, pound Shelled Filberts, pound Shelled Black "Walnuts, pound - Shelled Brazil Nuts, pound - Shelled Pecans, pound - Imported Cresco Haisins box Fancy Iayer Raisins, pound Golden. "Dates, package Fancy Black Dates, pound - - 60c 60c 75c 75c 75c 75c 75c 50c uDC 15c 20c FERNDELL GOODS Lima Beans, E -, No. 1 cans .J.OC French String Beans, jf No. 2 OC Tiny Sifted Peas, 6 f Okra. extra fine, Xg Sweet Potatoes, ey f Xo. 3 7 aUQ Crab Meat, 5Qc Boneless Sardines, large wOv Street Wrinkle Peas, " Rolv Polv Gherries, A(r Pitted, Xo. 3 UC &.....-. 20c Strarberries, OA- ATo. 2 OUC Asparagus A(f and Tips TTV Headquarters for Pure Olive Oil Too much care cannot be taken in buying Olive OH. We have exper imented "with Olive Oil and know -what is the best. We have it, packed in original cans and bottles with the -packers' seal. ' L&fc us show you thejdifference. SPECIAL 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 country. - - FANCY APPLES AND ORANGES A SPECIALTY SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS i him i iiiiii mm i Extrfi morrow and Tomorrow Night El Paso's Christmas Store" Brings Out the Best Holiday Bargains Arrange your shopping plans for tomorrow to include a visit here. We have never known the store of course this includes the "Calisher Annex" to offer iirTi 3 . -mnititiiria nfTTniida.v Specials. Everv DeDartment is at your command with something suitable for gifts and at an underprice. A few of the many good 1,, . .2, vctiuca are as - pOVfrtEHT?! mm cWi EL PASO MERCHANTS Prompt Responses TO TELEPHONE CALLS. EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY Trunks, Bags and Leather Geoda AHto. Made. Repaired and Exchanged. "" We store goda. Ojp. ?oste5ce, across Plaz: Bell 1054 WE REPAIR EVERYTHING. , -rv wnrk. Guns. Pistols, Umbrellas andx Bicycles. Agents Cleye iS K?y?d MS Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York. 995 f. ElT PASO REPAIR SHOP, 208 Nortk StafiioH Street. Flume Bell 130. Ben 218 I C E CR E Auto 1188 Smith Ice Cream Co. FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. - . .. . ' LUMBER BTTRTOyLHrGO CO., FIRST & KAN SAS STS- BELL 50; ATTTO 1050 " FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES Before baying get our prices. W c an save you money. We are manurac tnreT EL PASO TENT AST JLWXJSG COMPANY, Beta xme bell KM ik23 A. Z. SYA2T fc C. DRUGGISTS Auto 1058 212 SAIC ANTONIO ST. OPEN ALL WIGHT. Sell 30 I. CARR DRUG CO. -202 TflKU St fTJRGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES. Auto 1020 HACK and BAGGAGE inn be vm right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices. 11 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men. BeU 1 Auto 1001 BeU 1054 BAGGAGE and Auto 1966 "We're there in juit a miaule." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price. BELL 104. ODOM'S xkAjNSJJEJL auiu lyoo CASH OR CREDIT A IiITTIE MONEY goes a long wa ys here. " H. li. STEWART FURNITURE CO. rE-312 SeHtk Stasias. - BeU G32; Anto. 2108 AGENTS FOR THE EASY RUNN ING WHITE SEWING 3IACHINE. Children's 50c Chairs and Rockers 15c Each Tomorrow morning at 8 oclockwe will place on sale 100 Children's Chairs and Rockers. These are substantially built, have natural and hardwood finish. Also, some in the lot are painted red. Such chairs usually sell at 50c; on sale tomorrow A. L at 15c Each (These chairs -will be delivered when other toy purchases are made. Xo phone orders.) Santa ClausReceives Bring the little ones Saturday to see Santa Claus, 10 to 12 A. 3L, 2 to 5 P. L, also 7 to 9 in the evening. Letter Prizes Santa, will exhibit tomorrow his two prizes for the best letters he gets one for a little, girl and one for a 'little boy. More Toys Than Ever We have just received another big shipment of toys of all descrip tions, which has been delayed. These will he placed on sale to morrow. Extra Specials Beautiful Dollies will be offered tomorrow at 50c each. 50 styles to choose from. These are iwell worth considering. Dolh at $1.00 Our $1.00 assortment of dressed dolls is very extensive and you will 'find values up to $1.75. Sat urday special. $1.00 each. " Calislierfc ?n . lOllUWS: Umbrellas $6 and $7 XMAS UMBRELLAS, $4.95 We mention umbrellas for Xmas gifts. These have inlaid pearl handles of unusually good quality. Frame is made of best umbrella steel, paragon style, and the best of all they are covered -with warranted umbrella silk. Special, $4.95. Ribbons 35c FANCY RIBBON 19c YARD . Xmas Ribbon for fancy -work, trim- ming and hair bows. A very large variety of patterns. 3 to 5 inches -wide. Ribbons worth to 35c a yard, ' Saturday 19c yard. 15c and 20c Wide Holly Ribbon, 5c Yard Silk Holly Ribbon for Xmas pack ages, 2 1-2 to 3'l-2 inches wide. Regu lar 15c and 20c ribbon, Saturday spe cial 5c yard. Sale of Sweaters i $3.50 Child's Sweaters, beautiful fine yarn, white with red, light blue or pink tfimmed collar and cuffs. $1.95. 1 to 3 years. $2.25 Child's Sweaters, plain stitch. Plain white, and white and' light blue. $1.65. 1 to 3 years. $1.65 Child's White Sweaters, fancy stitch. $1.35. 1 to 3 years. $1.00 Child's Sweaters, white with red, grey with red, plain navy and plain Ted. With or without pockets; . plain stitch. 69c. 1 to 4 years. $2.25 Girls? Sweaters, navy, grey, red or white, fancy weaves; high or low neck; 6 to 12 years; 98c. $3.50 to $7.50 Women's Coat Sweat ers, finely woven, plain weaves kn.it to fit; auto collars or V neck; red, green, tan, white, grey, and navy; $2.49. All sizes. Tr i-4 off. 7fi5 $2.00 Collapsible Go-Carts for Saturday Selling of Silk Petticoats for Christmas at $2.95 A shipment of fifty silk petticoats has just reached us. They were bought to sell as an extra special at $3.75, and splendid values too, at that price, but we have de cided to place them on sale Saturday at $2.95 instead. Made of soft finish taffeta silk in plain colors, changeable colors, white and black; nicely ,tail ored on good lines. Deep flounces, both tucked and accordion pleated, and foot ruffle. A splendid oppor tunity Saturday at $2.95 Hosiery 50c, 60c and 75c HOSE. AT 3 PAIR FOR $1.00 We have on sale tomorrow 50 dozen women's hose, drummers' samples, of fine quality, plain and "fancy hose. ' They come in black and colors, worth to 75c a pair; Saturday, 3 pair for $1.00. , Aprons 40c APRONS FOR 25c ' Aprons of all kinds for Xmas gifts. White sewing aprons, serving and maicf aprons; also gingham aprons, worth to 40c. Saturday special, 25c each. Sale of Scarfing Remnants About one hundred and fifty, 2 to 21-2 yard lengths of Scarfing Silks in a large variety of patterns will be on sale tomorrow at considerable less than regular prices. They can't last I long at the prices marked for tomor- J row's selling. r- Long Silk Kimonos FOR XMAS GIFTS, $3.85 VALUES TO $6.75 Full length kimonos of india silk in plain light or dark colors. Large con ventional and floral designs, gathered shoulders and at waist, and ribbon trimmed $3.85. COATS AT $8.75 Full Length "General Utility" Coats, for girls from 13 to 18, also suitable for small women. These coats are made of novelty mixtures, striped tweeds, plaid homespuns and tan her ringbone covert cloth. Serviceable, attractive coats Rvalues to "$14.50; extra special, $8.75. FOR GIRLS FROM 2 TO 8 For little girls from 2 to 8 years of age we show a wide variety of coats. Hade of velvet, kersey, thibet cloth, cheviots, and other favorite fabrics. Color range embraces cadet and navy blue, red, brown, tan, black rose and other becoming shade3 for little girls. Values' to $3.50. Extra special, Sat N urday, $2.25. " We have received "another lot of the collapsible go-carts that were such a big bargain last Saturday. These bave steel frames and metal wheels, leatherette seat and back: Tegu lar $2.0b value; Saturday night, 7 to 9. $1.00 (Xone delivered.) Men's Silk Hose 45c a Pair Fine pure silk half hose, linen heel andUoe. These hose are sold as high as $1.00 a pair; Saturday night, 7 to 9, 45c pr. (Limit 2 pair to customer). Xb phone orders. Gingham Kitchen Aprons 2 for 25c Good quality gingham kitchen aprons with pocket; regular 25c value; Saturday night, 7 to 9, 2 for .25c. ' Women's Suits, Dresses and Skitts at $10.00 Saturday will be -the end of our $10.00 closed out as follows: SKIRTS AT $10; VALUES TO $16.75 The materials are fine black, navy or brown chiffon panama cloth, lustrous -black Altman voile, imported grey brilliant worsteds, hair line stripes, etc. Mostly tailored on plain lines "but part are trimmed with 'silk or cloth folds. Values $1 A AH to $16.75; now at .. tPlU.UU clearance sale of Tailored Suits. Dresses and Skirts. 150 garments will be SUITS AT $10; VALUES TO $25.00 A- lot of late model suits on the man-tailored order of cheviot3, serges, diagonals, prunellas and other winter materials. Coat lengths 30 to 36 inches, 3-4, 7-8 ' or semi-fitted; guaranteed satin lining. Plaited or gored skirts, staple and pastel shades. Tailored like all of $1 A Afi our $25 suits; now at V 1 v .JJ DRESSES AT $10; VALUES TO $25 A big gathering of smart one-piece dresses dresses for street wear for business for calling and for infor mal affairs. Tailored dresses of serge, broadcloth, rwide wales, mix tures and velvet. Some silk embroid ered, some .with net or lace yokes and sleeves all tints and d1 A AA shades, now at iplUiUU H: fjM. I I VI 1 1 I I ti JIMM CItSll61rfi ! LJ 1 . F, TnoH ChrtitTtinw. Store BUSEINESS EESJJMES IN TORREON TOWN (Continued From i-ae Gne.l lieves the. insurrectos will make, any more trouble rcr the larger cities; what fighting there is to be, all oelieve will occur in the mountains. That conditions are rapidly resuming their normal status is being evidenced bv the recent activity in real estate and building circles in Torreon. Tieal J estate companies have received more ! inquiries during the past week than! Bell 111 nETAiL GROCERIES wholesale 'Auto 1271 CLIFFORD BROS. Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention. 307-309 E. Overland St. Use the AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Eates. RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT. ROWE-GIBSON COMPANY WnOlGSal CandlGS Bell Phone 1403. Auto. Phone 1403. HENRY 3IOHU CUT RATE HARDWARE 3M S. El Paia St. Guns. A.mmunitren. Wagon Cavers. Builders' Hardware. Tcols, all kinds. Saddlps. Harness. Cutlery, rents oil Paint. Etc- Continuing the sale of Alfred Benjamin CLOTHING 40.00 Suits and Overcoats at $30.75; 35.00 Suits and Overcoats at ....v 526.75 32.50 Suits and Overcoats at $24.75 30.00 Suits and Overcoats at $22.75 28.50 Suits and Overcoats at $21.75 27.50 Suits and Overcoats at $20.75 25.00 Suits and Overcoats at $18.75 22.50 Suits and Overcoats at ., $16.75 20.00 Suits and Overcoats at $15.75 18.50 Suits and Overcoats at $14-75 16.50 and $15.00 Suits and Overcoats at $11.75 for three weeks previous, the opinion nrevailins- that the defeat of the in surrectos in Chihuahua will settle for j a long time the auestion of revoiu tions" in Mexico. Carlos Martinez, a local capitalist, j has purchased half a block in Avenida Morelos, and will build an imposing j residence on it. Dr. Garza Aldape has ' purchased one of' the 10 room houses which the Torreon Land and Construc tion company has under construction. During the, excitement at Gomez Pa lacio and the rumors of impending trouble in Torreon there was not a single workman laid off of the hun dreds employed in constructing new buildings. Chabot y Cia. moves into their pala tial new home this week. WANTS GERMAN IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Theodore Sutro, president of the United German societies of New York Full assortment of delicious confec tions "At The Purity," 224 Mesa. Toilet articles for gifts buy at Sny der Jewelry Cos auction. ARNOLD REELECTED AND PAY INCREASED Dallas, Texas, Dec 16. At a meeting of the Texas Commercial Secretaries and Business Men's association here today, J. A. Arnold of Fort Worth was reelected secretary and manager and his salary was increased from $3000 to $4000 annually. B. B. Cain of Dallas was elected first vice president and B. B. Padock of Fort Worth chairman of the executive committee. President A. S. Cleveland of Houston presided. This afternoon the I. & G. N. bill and the association revenues will be consid ered. It is announced that a fund of $12,000 has been pledged to carry on the work of the association, Dallas and Houston pledging $3000 each. 4- SATURDAY'S ENTRIES JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB. 21st Day, December 17. v ; , First Race Selling, 2yearolds, five fnrTnncre Vfart "I.BM "I Tft Tlfmhlo TT. S 110, Agility 110. Beechmont 110, Vanity t Fair 110, Lady Stalwart 110, Stalwart Lad 110, Iwalani 110. Veno Von 110. , Soon 110, Count D Oro 113, Lees Friar 113. Second race Selling, six furloiygs. Creston 107. Periwinkle 107, Joe Woods 112, Elder 112, Xed Carmack 112, Bonnie Prince Charlie 112, Cotytto 112, Jim Eanes 112j Dr. Mack 115, Spooner 115, Sir Barry 115, Sir Edward 115. Third race Selling, one mile. Short Order 101, Ramon Corona 104, Pedro Tavora 107. I Fourth race Dolores handicap, $1500 value, one mile. Green Seal 102, Injury 113, Helmet 115, Angelus 125. Fifth race Purse, 2yearolds, fiv and half furlongs. Salali 105, Marjorie A. 105, Balella 108, Seth 108, Bobby Boyer 10S, Xettiew Marchmont 110. . Sixth ract! Selling; six furlongs. Pid Hart 103,. Naria Nick 104, Alice George 105. Bob Lynch-l'06, Ellerd 10S, Servicence 110, Wtfrk Box 110, Cha pultepec 112 l)el Cruzador 112, Otilo 113. The Wrolf 113. FRIDAY'S RACES CALLED OFF OX ACCOUNT OF MUD Because of the heavy -track at Ter razas park, the races were called off Friday afternoon. The rain Thursday afternoon -and -evening- got in its worlc on the big'oval, converting it into an adobe bed. STATE BANK IS CLOSED v BY 3IAIXE AUTHORITIES. Saco, Me., Dec 16. The Saco Savings bank closed its doors today. The ac tion was taken after a conference be tween the trustees and the state banlc examiner. The bank, has been doing business 41 years. The asets hava a book value of about $1,460,000. Beautiful mesh "'bags buy them at auction. Snyder Jewelry Co. SCOTT GIVES HIMSELF UP. Fort Worth, Texas, Dec-16. Henry Scott, charged with conspiracy to bribe a jury in a railroad damage suit, came to the" city and surrendered to sheriff Rea today. Scott was indicted along with attorney R. L. Carlock and others. Scott formerly was a restaurant keeper here. city, and of the German Alliance of New York state, representing 2,500,000 German-Americans, who urges tne study of German in the public schools. Mr. Sutro says' that the German language should, be pushed to the very front in stead of being crowdedto the rear. Gift umbrellas, handsome ones, buy them at auction. Snyder Jewelry Co. Gift umbrellas, handsome ones, buy them at auction. Snyder Jewelry Co. Hot Clam Boultron w:tn salt sprays Elite Confectionery Co. FIGHT FOR CLAIMS BILL. "Washington, D. C, Dec 16. By a tia vote of 27 to 27 a motion to strike out the French spoliation claims from the omnibus claims bill was lost in the sen ate today. Vice president Sherman's absence prevented the tie from being broken. Buster Brown shoes for boys for girls. Tne Bee Hive, 208 E. Overland. Christmas Yarning Wc are prepared to turn out your framing quickly Tuttle Paint -H ' Glass Co. BELL PHONE 206; ATJTO PHONE 1205. XMAS GIFTS Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammuni tion, Saddlery, Cutlery, Golf Goods, Carving Sets, Skates, Parlor Games, Athletic Equipment, Pennants, etc. See us before buying. SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO. SS, WANT A JOB? YOU We have mote calk for office help than we can supply. Your hands earn from 50 cents to $1.50 a day. Yoar head, when properly trained, can earn fnwa $5 to $2 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your head qualify you for the $5 to S20-a-day class and find the ob. For FREE catalogue, call, write, or phone BBAUGHOJPS BUSIXESS COLLEGE, IlP&se. Texas, 167 SeHtk El Paso St.PboHel4S. f EL PASO I THEATRE Special Mat. Tues. 3IOXDAY AND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19 AND 20. Fred. Warde In Julius Ceasar XIGHT: 50e TO S2.00. 3LTIXEE:50c TO $1.50. EL PASO THEATRE Wednesday, Dec. 21 Mary Mannering Seats go on Sale Saturday 9 A. M. Crawford THEATRE GLASS STOCK CO. in The Red Mouse All Fun and Laughter 25 and 35 cents. ?