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FT. PASO HERALD
Friday, December 16, L910. LDt3enneinier t& CHRISTMAS 1910 And if you are undecided as to "what they would like, stop in at Hoyt Furniture Co.'s -and look at the. display. Grood furniture makes an ideal gift and proves more precious as it grows older and dearer with its associa tion, beauty, and the comfort it affords you. You will Jmdi many appropriate and in teresting things to select from here that you probably have- not thought of. Inspection .cordially invited. t ' Hoyt Furniture Co. 109-111-113 San Francisco Street. OPEN EVENINGS x 'V" No. 110 HEAD OF CUBAN ARMY HAS QUIT Havana, Cuba, Dec 16. President Gomez today accepted the resignation of Maj. Gen. Pino Guerrera as com manderinchief of the army. The relations between the cummana erinchief and the president have been strained for some ime. Guerrera recently resigned, but the nrpsiiipi't dcnlinea to accept. -It is un derstood Guerrera insisted on retiring1. FEW INDIANS IN - TWO TERRITORIES Washington, D. C, Dec. 1C. A mes sage of the president to the senate transmitting the statement .of the cen sus 'bureau's population of the United States says the population, exclusive of indians in Arizona and New Mex ico is 49S,20S, making a total popula tion exclusive or indians not taxed in the 46 states and territories for the admission of which as states pe.rmis onn Vioc hi0n frflntpd Vv onnerress. The president has offered the general ; 91569,325. a special foreign mission to study the J Indians not taxed in Arizona are 24,- armies of Europe, but this was declined1, 129. in ew Mexico, 10,318. on the ground that the general's healtn In nonsDOuence of the recent attack -3rVDTri A E"E?-EC!'T,Ci fT ' a him i not such as to permit J.Yi.ViVXj JiiViiiXJfiJJ w- luuvxi. w. ...... - 1 him to leave homa J ii New Hotel Fisher 40 rooms with bath, 40 telephones. Running water in every room, Hot and Cold, Elevator and All rooms outside. More individual baths than Any hotel in the city. All newly furnished and Rates only S2.00 per day. Speeial rates by the month. J; W. Fisher, Prop. Formerly of the Sheldon. BROKERS ARE MAJDE TO SEND MAIL FROM , BRANCH OFFICE SATURDAY Saturdav the tore in the Thome buildins on San Francisco street will oe occupied bv postal clerks for the purpose of receiving and dispatching mail for dis tribution, thus relieving congestion at the postoffice. FORUM MEETING. CARUSO IN-HIS NEWEST CHARACTER The Forum Literary Society of the Y. j fg-pi.TTJ, PQ ADJUST M. U. A. will nolu its wckkiv aireww; t-i-t"t-ttit at the club Tooms Friday night. Gl B. ElM GdiJEi Cadv Is down on the program to talk on 'The Making ot a .Newspaper. . .uuuu tain Air Chautauqua' will be the title of Mr. Learning's address. "Current Events" will be discussed by some mem ber chosen by the society. Enrico Caruso. tne famous' Italian Chicago, 111., Dec 16. Secret service men of the department of justice to day made additional arrests on charges of conducting alleged bucket snops. j The office of lurphy & Co., -92 La , tenor, as he' appeared in the costume Salje street, was raided as a branch j of an American cowboy in Puccini's of the Capital Investment company. ; zreat ODeratIc success "The Girl of the Arrests are expected to be made in Golden "West." This opera which was j JZb or 3U sman towns iu me uuimeiu recently sung at tne jietropontan 1 and mldale west today or tomorrow.. 1 opera house, New aorK, is based on the 3IORE DRY FARM" LAND IX SEW MEXICO. - "Washington. D. C-, Dec, 16. Approximately 1600 acres in New Mexico has recently been designated by secretary of .the interior Ballinger under the provisions of the enlarged homestead act as not being susceptible of successful irri gation. This brings the total of New Mexico's designations to 15,952,029 acres. ENGINEERS' FIGHT TVashinsrton. D. C- Dec 16. Commis sioner of labor Neill one of the medi- J ators under the Erdman act, left for ! Chicago today to undertake pe ad- I I justment of the controversy between ! the western railroads and the Broth ! erhood of Locomotive Engineers., The j trouble was referred to- chairman j Knapp, of the interstate commerce j commission. ' - &&4&&G&'& O l GIRLS SOLD FOR X I IMMORAL PURPOSES - j Pueblo", Colorado, Dec. 16. That girls $ secured here were sold for white slav & 1 cry purposes for $100 each to a Trini- ' dad woman, was brought out in police $ I court today when TV. E. Spurgeon was j fined $300 on a vagrancy charge. Two J mnrtf to srftt their consent to go to Trinidad. Spurgeon made no defense. i MS. E. STEIN ?ia, indigestion and stomach troubles. After suffering two years with indiges tion Mrs. E. Stein says she has been entirely cured, and that both she and her sister highly recommend Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey to all their friends on account of what' it has done for them. Mrs. E-. Stein, of Greenwich, Wash. Co.. X. Y., wrote as follows: "Both my sister "and myself were advised to try Duffy's Pure Mait Whiskey after we had suffered two years w,ith indigestion. After taking haJf k dozen bottles I can ijay 1 am entirely eured. Will never bo without it. Both my sister. Miss L. Michaelis and myself, highly recommend it to all our friends.' Few diseases inflict upon their Aic- tims greater suffering than do dyspep- If vou have dyspepsia or indigestion in w s rure & raagsii Li.H. ft anv form do fiot ruin your stomach with drugs; u-se n..j n... mm If II It corrects defective digestion of the food, increases the appetite, strengthens the heart, gives force to the circulation, cures insomnia and brings restfulness to the "brain aoid nervous forces." We have thousands of grateful patients who write us they have been 'cured after they were given up "or their doctors. If you-wish to keep strong and vigor ous Jand enjoy perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, according to directions. Sold in SEALED BOTTLES OXLY by ail druggists, gro cers and dealers, or direct, $1.00 a large bottle. Refuse substitutes and imita tions, they are impure and dangerous. Send for free booklet and doctor's advice. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, It . Y. drama of that lyimc by David Belasco, the famous American playwright. Much was made of the fact' that the latest opera of 4 one of the most popular of modern opsratic composers has a phase of American life as its subject and was heard Tor the first time by an Ameri can audience. BELEN YE&GMEN GET WATCHES AND $900 Albuquerque, A'. M.. .Dec. lb. The 3'eggmen who dynamited the vault of the John Becker Mercantile company's store at Belen ot away Avith 900 Jn money and several gold watches valued at 100, in addition to $600 worth of checks and some valuable papers. The checks and papers were later found on the steps of the Lutheran- church- This is the first big robbery at Belen since five years arn when a mail nonph containing S5000 in bank notes was stolen. - BELEN BANK EMPLOYE IS GIVEN PIVE YEARS Socorro, X. M., Dec 16. J. RFewkes, a former employe of the Belen bank, pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzling 11GG. He was sentenced to serve five years in the territorial penitentiarj but this may be reduced to 10 months. 2- and Hart, S chaff n er &? Marx Mens Suits The greatest chance of the year for men to f it tliemselves with genuine hand tailored suits at the price of the common kinds. Stylish, new models, made of the best all wool materials, in styles for men of all sizes and shapes, and for the very particular young fellows. Sales like this make it possible for you to dress better at less cost. Better see about it tomorrow ou ooine to, Buy a Christmas' Suit for the Boy? w E'YE prepared for tomor row's selling, four grand lots of our beststyle suits for boys and if you have one upon your Christmas list you'll find no better time to buy. v The prices have been decisively reduced. And bear in mind that "Popular" styles and qualities are always the best. Suits made of good woolen materials, some "with one. ethers with two pairs of knickerbocker trousers. Sizes 6 to 16 years. $3.89 $5.00 values for Guaranteed all w'ool suits, including the famous ''Indestructible" Avith one .pair knickerbockers, and some special styles .with two pairs. f j3!0 Values up to $6.50, .... All wool suits of the Ivan Frank make, hand tailored and as perfectly made as a man's suit. Xobby new styles for boys of 6 to 16 year's. Values to $S.50 Ivan Frank hand tailored suits, in blue serge, tan, gray and brown novelties, somestyles with two pairs of knickerbockers. The coats are made with padded shoulders, and jrerfectly tailored: values Q C to $12.50 PSOCF SWEATERS Coat stjie sweaters, all wool, in plain or combination colors, with two pockets. For boys of 3 to 15 year's, f Values to $1.50 BOYS' CHRISTMAS THINGS Suggesting useful gifts which are sold in the Boys' Dept. Windsor and Four-in-Hand Ties, Boys' Suspenders. Mufflers. Sweaters, Kid Gloves. Gauntlet Gloves. Silk Initial Handkerchiefs, .Bath Robes, and Pajamas. In fancy holiday boxe3. .A c N Make the Most of This, the Last Sat urday Night Sale' Before Christinas EXT week we wall omit the regular After Supper Sale, and (Jevote our energies to supplying the wants of the late Christmas shop pers. For tomorrow night we have planned many special items wl-nh should induce earlv shorminff everv one of them worthy of ,.,i -, t-svi-i-i. rnni'ctmfls lief oiiri -rvrippfl so as to Thateriallv lessen the cost. From seven to nine these will be on, sale: Manf rs Samples of Neckwear WE'VE taken all the odds and ends left from the special lots of manufacturers' sam ples of Fancy Is eckwear, and put them into one grand lot for the -After Supper Sale. Only three hundred pieces are left, in styles which sell regu larly up to 75c each. From seven to nine o'clock, vou mav choose from this 1 r lot at, each x (Only two to each customer) Women's $2.50 Coat Sweaters $1.49 Coat sweaters made of good wool zephyr, fancy knit in neat styles. In wnite omy, ana in an. sizes. Styles regularly sold tor .ou, on sale seven to nine o'clock, each. (Second Floor) $1.49 SOFA PILLOWS 93c Handsome sofa pillows, the soft silk, down pillow with beautiful satin or velour cover, ready for use. in unusually attractive de signs and colors. Kegularly these sell for $1.50. From seven to nine o'clock. each (Limit one) 93c Men's Neckwear We seldom repeat a Saturday night item, but the nearness of Christmas makes this a particular!- attractive one. Another lot of fine hand made four-in-hand ties, extra, wide ends, and in very handsome colors and designs, will be on sale from seven to nine o'clock. They're made -f extra qualitv silks and worth regular! v dc 'C TOURIST CASES, 37c Rubber .lined sponge bags, made of real pongee silk, and com bination cases made of fancy cretonne, rubber lined, with several compartments for the toilet articles. Sell regularly for 50c. From seven to nine o'clock, each. (Limit one of each) and $1.00 (Limit two) MEN'S NECKWEAR, 29 c A special lot of wide end four-in-hand ties, full length, made of all1 silk ma-f-prinlc in the newest and mest stylish colors, both light and dark. 50c quality, on sals from seven to nine o'clock, 'iach " . (Limit two) A regular 37c Leather CORSETS, 46c Extra good, new model corsets, in long and medium styles,, with hose supporters attached. These are neatlv trimmed and have the appeaxanee of a dollar cor set, lomorrow nigut, from seven to. nine o'clock, each (Limit one) on sale Hand- Sec ags Good quality imitation seal hand bags in ."the stylish shape and size, some lined with leather, others with moire, and with, small coin purse. In black, brown, tan and other colors, with gilt, silver and sruimetal trim- mings. $1.25 and $1.50 values $ (Limit one) FANCY HOLIDAY B0XE3 Pretty handkerchief, glove and tie boxes with heavilv embossed cover "l8s, 20c and 25c , 89c aturday ii 1 THfevrsaFfc i mm rmi ! SI 'TWth LINEN WAISTS Handsome waists of all pure; linen w.ith hand embroidered front, som? trimnxed -with genuine , Irish hand crochet, other's with hand made Ciuny. Elegantlv made rarments in 'twelve different styfes, whidi regiilarly sell for 5.50 and 6.00. Saturday we offer them, tfjO Q BATH ROBES Women's batli and lounging robes, made of best qualitv, extra heavy blanket robing, satin bound, .with military and 'wide lapel collars, heavy cord "irdle. In a large variety of handsome designs and colors. Saturday we offer &J dCT very special values for . tPTea-rO SILK PETTICOATS Beautifully maJe Pcttieoats of extra heavy aii iilk taffeta, with deep flounce, and all silk or cot ton dust ruffle.' This is a guaranteed quality which sells everywhere for 7.50. We offer 'them as an especially good-before Christ- d g f mas" bargain. Saturday only, ; P" vJP attains On Sale Alt Day ent. Second -Floor. SILK KIMONOS ' ' Another item that will help Christmas shoppers Extra quality -silk kimonos, full le'rigth, amply Eeady-to-Wear Department. Second -Floor. $3.9o wide, and in a large variety of beautiful oriental, floral and conventional designs. Also, all wool .-.TiniKo Irimnnns in lisrht and dark colors. Satur- TA ....w Cr- day. $5.00 and 6.00 styles for (limit one) SILK SLIPS Princess slips made of good quality all silk taf feta, china. Jap and messaline. in' all good colors. Garments which fit perfectly, are neatly made and necessary with the one-piece dresses. Our regular G.50 qualities -will be specially priced all day Saturdav SCHOOL HATS Very pretty style school hats for girls of six to fourteen years. Stylish shapesl in felt and fancy silk, in a" large varietv ji colors. They are the kinds sold arlier in the season for 1-50 to 2.50. Sr.turday we offer them at $3.98 85c Underprice Sale of Dresses and Suits All'dav tomorrow- the underpricing1 of Dresses and Tailored Suite will continue. Such values have never before been offered in any sale. The garments are the newest-tod most desirable ones of the season. Even in the "Qlearing Sales" ajt tne end of the season the prices can jdot be lower. Shoes atid Slippers Make Good Xinas Gifts OUE splendid shoe stocks show many styles of shoe and slippers that are suitable for Christmas giving for men, women, girls, boys and the babv. "Popular" shoes are famous for style and .quality and every pair is sold with our guarantee of absolute satisiaetipn KNIT SLIPPERS Women slippers, knit of mer cerized yarns in all colors, with fleeced oles. All sizes, in styles regularly -sold for 1.50 Saturday special, a pair NEXT WEEK THE STORE WILL. REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 9 OCLOCK. FELT SLIPPERS Good warm house slippers, ex tra quality felt in a variety of colors, both plain styles and fur trimmed. All sizes in the $1.25 quality; Saturday g special, a pair 3 98c (Me&bfudoL MEN'S SLIPPERS Men's leather slippers in tan and black, kid lined. Verv neat stvles in aJl sizes. We offer a verv soecial value on Saturday, a pr. $1.50 WE REQUEST, THAT WHEN POS SIBLE, CUSTOMERS CARRY SMALL PACKAGES OFFICERS ELECTED. Officers elected by Alameda Grove, Woodmen circle. Xo. 9S3, will be in stalled on January 4, and are IMattie' V. Hijrhiwood, guardian; Xora 31. Daw son, adviser; Kittie Weeks, clerk; Delia Wilerish, chapla.ii!; Jennie Lancaster, banker; Ollie H. Taylor, attendant; Kate Kid well, outer sentinel; Addie I Jackson, inner sentinel; Mrs. Bessie Shinn. Mrs. Hannnott thews, managers; Dr. plrysician. and Mrs. Mat W. M. Branchy Use Herald want ads "f or'qulck results SWITCHMAN" HURT. Sherman, Tex., Dec. IS. C. E. Lu cas, a switchman in thnorth Frisco yards, was fatally injured early this cars. His body was badly crushed.