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EL PASO HERALD
4 Friday, December 16, 1910. mammsmmMmmmmmm ffl . n r -. .. . Ill Jarrell, Ballard & to. v 112-114 $oith Oregon St. Offer special Bargains in clothing for men and ladies, boys and girls, and special Holiday Gifts of real service and value. These reductions hold good all next week. Suitable Gifts for Christmas, A great many people are "worried about -what kind of present to give. It Is wise to" select some suitable gift that is serviceable. We will mention a few valuable items. GIFTS SUITABLE FOR LADIES AT THIS STORE Suits, Coats, Skirts, Shirtwaists, Kimonos made of silk and other materials, Furs and Muffs, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Dressing Comb and Brush, Shoes. House Slippers, Silk and Lisle Hose, Gloves, Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, and Blankets. SUITABLE GIFTS FOR MEN AND BOYS Suits, Overcoats, Trousers, Underwear, Shirts, "Waists, Shoes; Slippers, Hats, Caps, Handkerchiefs, Ties, Suspenders, Gloves, and Guff Buttons. p ljtD Ladies5 Suit Specials $25.00 suits for ladies, made of high class materials, d1 7 Q C on sale at P $22.50 suits, made of French serges and other materials, d f f Q J5 on sale at JO.J7U $20.00 suits, made of different ma terials, in regular axd f f QE extra sizes for P1 TWJ ?18.50 suits, -come in different ma terials, Trill be sold at $1G.50 suits, come in all -wool fabrics, full satin lined coats, d O Q C on sale at ......... 3 1&.V& 15.00 suits, pure all wool materials, Th..a.T!. $11.95 $12.50 suits, made of all wool broad cloth, on JQ QC sale at P? ? Misses' and Children's Suits $12.50 misses' and children's suits SS. $9.50 $10.00 misses' and 7 ESA children's suit, on sale atP OM 8.50 suits, misses' and children's ""? $6.50 $6.50 and $7.50 suits, 1 now on sale at Dress Specials $13.50 dresses, will be sold at $12.50 dresses, will be d0 Q? $12.50 dresses, will be 7 AC sold, at P & Men's Clothing at Big Reduction $27.50 high class un- d finished worsted suits P $25 high class tailored 2 Q Q suits for piafc70 Boys' and Youths' Overcoats $1.45 $22.50 high class $10,gf) vouths 12 to 16, for . . . tailored suits for ... P A O -? lspecial lot of boys' reefer overcoats 1 lot of reefer coats, all wool, for 1 youth's overcoat, worth $4.00, for ... 1 lot of overcoats for boys, 12 to 13 vears old; fcO Cf special for P V 1 lot $5.00 coats for (JjO QC tfJf 9J XJ $5.50 Ladies' Kid doves One lot of guaranteed kid gloves that "was damaged in filling them and sent back to the manufacturer to be repaired. They were $1.00 to $1.50 quality, now on AL sale at TJC $1.50 kid gloves, 1 special lot of per fect gloves, odds and ends lot. sizes 6 to 71-4: assorted colors, with evening shades; QE on sale at JJ $20 suits, come in f"fl f QK different styles,' for. . tj) J. O o73 $18.50 high class d -g QJ? tailored suits for J5 1 O O $15, two special lots of suits, styles good. . 1 special lot of all wool worsted suits, different $1fi Q5 colors, for P 1JUJ 1 lot of wool suits &Q 5A on sale at tpOeUl Men's Overcoats $16.50 Overcoats for f00.?T..... $13.45 $13.50 Overcoats for J $12.50 Overcoats for. $10.00 Overcoats rt Q PA for , ... .O.OU Youths' Suits $15.00 youths' suits, on sale at $12.50 youths suits, on sale at . . $10.00 youths'- suits, on sale at 1 lot of $8.50 youths' suits for . 1 lot of $6.50 and $7.50 suits for Children's Coat Special $5.00 Coats for small children, sizes 2. 3, 4, 5, and 6 year old; come in colors white, red, brown, blue plush, and hear skin, also QJ black caracul, for . . P SJ $3.50 coats for children, sizes 2 to 6 years of age; come in colors brown, hi lip. old rose and white. Made of fancy plush and hear skin; on sale at .. .. Children's Bedford Cord coats, sizes 1 to 4 vears; prices $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75", $2.00 and $2.50. 2 08 5 $12,50 Children's and Misses' Goats $12.50 $3.50 coats for girls, sizes S to 12 years. Gome in fancy woolen mater ials; on sale at $2.75 Ueilb Vi ?4.00 and $4.50 children's and misses' coats, sizes 8 to 12 years; come in solid and fancy &Q E colors; on sale at P $G.50 coats for girls 8 to 12 jears of age; come in cloth and plush mater ials. Color-s hlue, green, red and brown; on sale at $4.95 Saturday We Offer a Walnut Pound Cake for 25 Cents If you want something extra fine and at a bargain, too, then you cannot afford to overlook this special which will be on sale Saturday morning. Whipped Cream Puffs 40c Dozen Send us your order for that fruit cake. Send your orders early so that you will be certain not to be disappointed. Belgian Bakery 210 East Overland St. Phone, Bell 310. Auto 1310. CD s t-i S J? xn " Candies Fresh Every Minute' ' CHRISTMAS CANDIES 10c TO ONE DOLLAR PERrLB. Hand Rolled Chocolates Glace Fruits Plum Pudding Emit Cake Maraschino Chocolates McCULLOUGH'S " Candies Fresh Every Minute" Q g CD OK CD za S3- CD CD r COME AND BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT ECONOMICAL PRICES ' For Men Oar stock comprises a good selection of nice and use ful articles suitable for Christmas presents, and you li will save money by buying from us. We offer: For Women RfnnsfnnA Spf Rarlc- Swspenders . In com,s or BarettesJ cm, offir E y Z3C singie or in sets ( ouKnaitis ueco- -i g Elastic Belts . . Fine lisle Soxl rated ianUp Qais, Novelties -'in all colors I Boxes V r Neckwear,Silk or Lisle "Monach" Golf Shirts . . $1.00 Finished Stockings . . Fine Soft Shirts 75c to Silk Waists, la all colors, $1.0S $2.50. Silk Petticoats $2.98 Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes Will please the little folks because they find in this shoe all the dis tinctive characteristics of the ihigh grade shoes worn by their fathers and mothers. Because the varied selection enables them to choose a style which pleases them. Ranging in price from $1.35 to $2.50. according to style and size. Because they find in this shoe the name that is dear to their hearts the name of Buster Brown the friend of every boy and girl. The Bee Hive Dry Goods Store V. 208 EAST OVERLAND IS TO BE BRffiE OF YOUNG COREY Miss Marguerite Hendrickson John ston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston of Detroit, Mich., who is to marry Allen L.yle Corey, son of William E. Corey, the steel magnate. Although Prompt de livery and prompt at tention to phone orders. Try ns. 4 "None Better.'.7 The brand speaks the truth for this shop; Fsp ECIAL OFFERINGS IN SHOES i Are you getting your money's worth as a buyer and wearer of shoes'? Are you- content to go on paying the big profits other dealers are asking, when you can ,.'ome here and save from 50e to $1.50 on every pair purchased 9 We tire enabled to save you money on your shoes by paying cash and watching the market for real gen uine bargains, and by being satisfied with quick sales and small profit. OUR MOTTO We would rather sell ten pairs of shoes at lOo a pair protit than spend the same time selling one pair at 75c profit. See our windows and note the following prices: . - . ' . - - r Ladies' $5.50 and ?6.00 shoes in patent, vici and gun gyfl DC metal Pt.OtJ Ladies' $5.00 shoes, in suedes, vel vet, cravanettes, pat- d0 QC ent and gun metal. . J' Ladies' $4.00 and, $3.50 shoes, in velvets, patent, gun d? QC metal and vici..... P7 A large assortment of $2.00 and $2.25 shoes for d - 1C ladies P I oT"0 Ladies' felt Juliets, trimmed with heavy fur, flexible sewed sole3, beauty and comfort f "7 E combined, 75 cents to.P X I O Boj-s' and Girls' $2.00 school shoes, in box calf and elk d 1 OC skin f&Lm&Q Men's $6.00 shoes, in patent colt, gun metal, velour and (g OC vici, lace or button.. ip'i-aO Men's $3.50 dress rhoes, in blu cher or button, alV 0 QA leathers pimfl Men's $2.50 shoes, cap or plain toe. congress or (1 AS Men's fancy trimmed slipppers, in black and colors, made of soft kid leather, 75 cents $1.95 Child's $1-00 hand turned shoes, in vici kid patent 7SC tins 'wt Infants' 25c moccasins, in assort ed colors, sizes 1 to 4 10c ' Importers of English Shoes El Paso Shoe Co. Cut Price Shoe Store SATURDAY SPECIALS Prime rib roast, per lb. .: m 12 l-2c Sirloin steak, per lb - . . V. . .. I5c T-Bone steak per lb., .-. . .. .... 15c Yeal shoulder roast, per lb . .- -1' ,. ' 15c Yeal stew, per lb ., . . ...'.. :...:, 10c 'Home rendered, lard - - 17 l-2c All kinds of Pickles, Kraut :Olives and Fresh Oysters. OPITZ MARKET 213 Tf. STANTON BELL PHONE 136 jl0 1 Cttfd xJLm m la Hrefereocia -y Ordinarily a ( 1Q ff I smoker must si&lfc I choose between jj . . ij mildness and full-flavored M . I richness in a cigar. But in ffl . B La Pref erencia you find m L B them both combined in xt M ! the ideal smoker . J-r?! - IS PLATTER TOBACCO CO., Distributors W M l M Dallas and San Antonio. MI J Herald Ads Pay no definite date has been set, It Is be lieved that Mr. Corey who Is Ini his senior year at Yale and fhas been made captain of the baseball team or the coming' season, will be married early next summer. AMERICAN MINER SHOT BY MEXICAN Work Is Eesiuned on the x Tunnel at San Pedro, Mexico. Torreon, Mex., Dec. 16 Wordjias been received here of the shooting of Saan McClellend, a well known mining man of Durango, by a drunken Mexican named Raul Escara'ga. The latter wa3 refused a loan and, taking the aged American's weapon from him fired twice, both shots taking effect. The Mexican escaped into the mountains but is being pursued by officers. The shoot ing took place at San Ramon, a mining camp in the western part of Durango. Tork was resumed this week pn the immense tunnel which is being driven into the hills at San Pedro for the pur pose of supplying that town and the eiirrounding haciendas with water. TYhen work was stopped some weeks ago one' kilometer haa already been driven. Three shifts will e put "to work under D. S. Thompson, a Colorado mine contractor. Put a Rebuilder to Work POSTUM In place of coffee or tea. "There's a Reason" Read "The Road to Wellyille," in pkgs. DEPUTIES NAMED BY NEW SHERIFF Duncan, Ariz., Dec. 10. Sheriff-elect I. B. English, of Greenlee county has ap pointed the following deputies: Liny Bates, Clifton; Gerry Crawford, Morenci; 8am Foster, Duncan; Ed. Head, Guthrie. W. R. Chambers, who has held the office of district clerk since 1907, has sent his resignation to judge E. W. Lewis to take effect -Jan. 29. 1911. He will remain here and engage in the practice of law. Judge J. L. T. "Walters has withdrawn his application for appointment to the office of district clerk owing to the fact that Clifton has been chosen as the county Seat. He will, remain 'in Duncan. GLEES0N-C0STELL0 CASE IS x TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT Tombstone, Ariz., Dec. 16. The case of John Gleeson vs. Martin Costello, which has been on trial in the district court here, has closed and has been taken under advisement by judge John C. Campbell. United States marshal C A. Overlock has gone to Leavenworth, Kas.. having in custody Ernest and Oscar Woodson, the two .boj's convicted of holding up a train near Maricopa last summer. Tht bo's will serve 10 year terms. The Way They Hunted. A captain in the Russian Imperial guards rented from a vice president of the Austrian Jockey club a hunting estate, for -which, after taking posses sion, hie refused to pay on the ground that there was very little game. The vender brought an action in the courts of Eger, Bohemia, for recovery and produced evidence to show that the captain and three friends had spent five weeks on the estate, but passed all their time In drinking. They had consumed 1,280 bottles of champagne. On these facts a compromise was ef FORMER CONFED ERATE HEADS THE ' SUPREME COURT Edward Douglas "White, associate jus tice of the supreme court of the United States who is named by president Taft r .fiBBBBQEHIIH as his choice for toe position of chief justice to succeed the late chief justice Fuller. Mr. White was born in Louisiana. In boyhood he was in the Confederate army and took part in operations about Fort Gibson. First National Bank Capital $ 600,000 Surplus and Profits 225.000 Deposits 3,500,000 We cordially invite new business connections. Our sew savings department pays 4 percent on deposits. V OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS "UNTIL S.O'CLOCiC C K. H OEEHEAD, President. GIO. D. FL02Y, Cahier. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Ptm. a N. BASSITT. Vic Vxm. L. J. GUCESIST, Awt. Cash. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000. A LegitzEULte Banking Basinets Traasactti in AU Its Branckw. HIGHEST PRICES AID FUS. JflEilL-AIi. JflOHil. 9 m t bm i . i j r aMHBauiu mammmmmi'i I " -ifc i mv riYiTf- .r.- ' -TC,--- .--- -.-l. S .- ,. J. Rip QrandeV alley Bank &Trust Co. W. W. Turney, Prest. S. T. Turner. Vice Prest W. Cooley, V. P. &. Mgr J"V. E. Arnold, Caier. F M. Murchison, Asst. Cashier. H. E. Christie, Seer. CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS t it Prime rib roasts on special sale Sat- j urday at 12 c per pound. Myles Mar- , ket, both phones. i Toilet articles for gifts buy at Sny der Jewelry Co.'.? auction. Hot chocolate with whipped cream and cake, "At the Purity," 224 Mesa. AEROPLANE RACE. Memphis, Teun., Dec. 16. In the first aerial race for a purse ever held in the south, John B. Moisant, of Chi-4 cago, deieatea JKene oimon, ui mauve. The 'race was for five miles over the old Montgomery park race course. Moisant finished in six minutes, 24 1-5 seconds. Simons's time was S 4-5 sec onds slower. Each used a Bleriot monoplane. Tammany Dines Victors. New York, Dec. 16. Only two of sis Democratic governors elect were able to be present at a banquet give in their honor by the National Democratic club last night. John A. Dix, of New York, and Eugene N. Foss, of Massachu setts were there, but regrets were sent by "Woodrow Wilson, of New Jer sey; Judson Harmon, of Ohio; Simeon E. Baldwin, of Connecticut, and Fred erick E. Ps,isted, of Maine. Norman E. Mack, chairman of the Democratic national committee, pres-Ided. Seated near him were Richard Croker for merly leader of Tammany Hall, and Charles "F- Murphy, present leader. U. S. CITY NATIONAL BANK EL PASO, TEXAS. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: Stewart Frank Powers C. H. LcaveU H. J. SimBaona A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenthal J. F. William! H. M Andreas J. H. Mav SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M. Schrafft-'s chocolates in fancy pack- ages "At The Purity," 224 Mesa. The Razor Shell. One of the most curious of the many lemarfcable forms of marine life Is a rpecies of mollusk called the razor r.hell, wbich$:an excavate holes In solid rocks. This creature has no English name. Its Latin name is pholas. It is found in widely separated regions of thu earth, but is most plentiful on the coast of the Mediterranean; where limestone abounds. It is frequently met with on the coast of Italy, whera whole limestone beaches are honey combed with its holes. It is still a disputed point among naturalists as to how this boring Is effected. Some think that the mollusk secretes some acid which softens the limestone, but others think that the holes are bored, by the simple mechanical process of grinding. The preponderance of opinion appears to lie with the latter view at present, j yet It is said that no one has yet been able to catch the pholas at work. Bcycnd Computation. "When the late shah of Persia was In London," said a member of the British legation, "he amused himself at a din ner party at a ducal residence in Park lane by appraising the beauty of the ladles present in terms of- sheep. Thus for a blond countess he said he would give 1,200 sheep; for a tall, slim baron ess he said he" would give 2,000 sheep; for a peeress of middle age he said he would give 250 sheep, and so on. Fi nally tbe shah came to the beautiful Mrs. Willie James. Everybody waited in anxious silence to hear the old hea then state her value in sheep, for she is thought to be the most beautiful wo man in London. The shah looked at Mrs. James tenderly. He shook his head and sighed. "'This lady,' he said, is. out of the question. Neither I nor any other man In the world owns as many sheep as she Is worth.' Washington Star.