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lu PASO HERALD
Friday, November 8 ,1912.
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112-114 South Oregon St.
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lined, for 1440, 6iM), y jA
Colored Wool Suits for $7.50, $650,
$5.00,4 50,$4JK, grs p-f
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Sl-25, $150 $f.UU
Cordnroy Pants for 75c,
.Men's inter union 4 pa
knits, fl-00, $1.86 $ 1 .OU
Bath Robes, well made, q ap
1 lot men's Outing Flan- f P?
nel Pajamas J7JG
1 lot heavy quality Pa
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1 lot gray Wool Underwear; p"
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chiefs for men for q) J. a3 is
6 soft finish Handkerchiefs o ?
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Gowns, 50c, 75c... . jploUU
' Men's Suits
Range in price $1040, $15.00, $16.50,
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$22.50 and ifr&U.KjK)
Price rangeg $6.50, $7.50, $80,
$6.50, $5.00, $4.50, $4.00, $3.50,
$3.00, $2.50, A1 j-A
Men's Sweater Coats for $1.00, $1.50,
Men's Wool Sox, 25c,
Youths' Overcoats for Boys 10 to
17 Year Sizes, $3.50 up to ... .
DEMOCRATS WILL HE TO M8KE MANY
CHANGES IN THE HOUSE COMMITTEE!
(Continued from page 1.)
Lamb, of Virginia, as head -of the com
mit te on agriculture, otitis this place
for representative Lever, of South Car
olina, but Mr Lever would be forced
to give up the chairmanship of the
education commttee, which "would go
to representative Ansberry, of Ohio.
This accounts for all the chairmanships
Wt vacant b the election, but the
formation of the 'Wilson cabinet may
titer the list further.
Representative Henry, of Texas,
on airman of the rules committee; rep
resentative Burleson, of Texas, a mem
ber of the appropriations committee.
and representative Underwood, head of
the wa j s and means committee, have
been mentioned as cabinet possibili
Progressives Claim Representation.
Statements by Progressive leaders
that they will expect representation on
non-partisan government boards and
commissions, has led to an examination
of the laws and precedents bearing on
This shows, it is declared, that the
lawmakers in creating non-partisan
boards and commissions, made no pro
vision for the selection of members
from minority parties.
Consequently, the general rule has
been merely to prohibit more than a
majority of the members of these
boards and commissions being elected
To Relieve Rheumatism
the body-waste producing uric add mast be
gradually arrested and the blood purified.
Correct diet is essential. Abstain from tea
and anything containing alcohol; eat meat only
once a day and take SCOTT'S EMUL
SION after every meal.
SCOTT'S EMULSION is rich in blood
making qualities and makes new blood free
from the jxHsonous products which irritate
the joints and muscles ; its wonder
ful powers relieve the enlarged, sttf
fened joints; and more,
SCOTT'S EMULSION re
places body-weakness with
sound body-strength by its con
centrated nourishing properties.
Physkaarc everywhere prescribe
SCOTFS EMULSION for rheumatism.
Scorr & Bowks, Bloomfield, N. J. 12-96
from one party, nothing ieing said
from what party or parties the minori
ty shall be chosen.
It is generally recognized that the
question of moral support for the de
mand for representation will be passed
upon by the Democratic leaders alone.
In the house and senate, representa
tion of Progressives on committees
and commissions is likely to bring com
plications. In the last congress the
Democratic majority required the Re
publican minority, the leading minori
ty, to care for the Socialist members
in the committee's appointments. The
general rule i n both house and senate
is to allow the minority leader to
make assignment of minority members
or senators to the respective commit
tees. RcpBbHessa May lienor Hadley. -
No light was thrown on the question
of who will have the second place on
1 no Republican ticket by the visit of
governor Hadley of Missouri, to Wash
ington. The governor said he had not
been asked to take second place on the
ticket. Governor Hadley Intimated
that he would remain loyal to tbe
Comment on the approaching selec
tion of a vice presidential nominee to
receive the 13 electoral votes ot Idaho,
Vermont and Utah has brought out the
fact that several members and officers
of the Republican national committee
favor tho designation of a. nominee
from one ot those states.
The results of Tuesday's election
have made the filling of vice president
Sherman's place on the ticket an ap
pointment of purely an honorary char
acter, and suggestions have been made
that the honors should go to some Re
publican from one of the three states
carried by Taft. In this connection sen
ator Borah, of Idaho, who was suggest
ed by several members of the commit
tee, and former governor Stede, of
ermont, whose name was proposed
before the Chicago convention, are
When the national committee meets
m Chicago. November 12, to select the
ndidate, it is not bound to designate
any person, 11 a majority of the com-
1 life members favor leaving the nom-
ii,.tion to the electors that serve. Such
. ction would make it possible for each
i.mip of four Republican electors to
..ast their votes for men from their re-
If the national committee makes the
icsignation, governor Hadley, of Mis
souri, in any event, will have the sup
, rt of a number of the members.
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Gasoline pjr. .-. .Per Gal. 20c-rPer 5 Gal. 95c
Best Goal Oil -. Per Gal. 20c Per 5 Gal. 85c
Sweet Potatoes, C
12 Jbe ...ftOC
Fresh Pumpkiae, Q
per lb ......- .j... aJ v
2 quarts ...av.v
white and very first, per lb J
Boiled Oats, -per
3 pkgs .w
Macaroni, Noodles, Spa
ghetti, 3 pkgs .......
per pkg "
Home Made Grape Jelly, ng
t glasses OC
White Bsee Lard
10 lb. pail
white, very tender ...
green, per doc
3 large cans
ROOSEVELT C VRRIES THE
HAYDEX, lAIUZ., rRBCINCT.
Hayden, Ariz., Nov. 8. The Progres
sive party managed to get 10 more
otes than the Democrats, which was
a surprise by members of that party,
is this district has heretofore been
strongly Democratic The Democratic
presidential electors got 64 votes, the
Republicans 11, the Progressives 74
and the Socialists 27. For representa
tive to congress, Carl Hayden on the
Democratic ticket, got the most votes,
being credited with 80; Thos. Camp
bell, Republican, 7: Robert S. Fisher.
Progressive, 51. and A. Charles Smith.
Socialist 23. The amendment to the
constitution and the referendum bills
voted upon carried by a large major
ity. One hundred and thirteen votes
were polled on the bill for tbe recall
of all public officers holding an elect
ive office including the judiciary and
only 22 against it. Much surprise
was manifested by local sportsmen in
the passing of the act providing for a
regulation of the hunting of game
birds and animals. This bill has been
fought hard, the main objection being
the fact that game can be sold, which
was prohibitive under the old law.
Condensed Milk, ?Kr
S small cans ..... OC
Evaporated Peaches, 1 A
new stock, per lb 1UC
fresh stock, per lb...
BLUE RIBBON EGGS, guaranteed, do. .-.-. . .35c
BLUE RIBBON BUTTER, guaranteed, lb 35c
PROGRESSIVES HOLD POWER
IX ILLINOIS LEGISLATURE
Chicago. Ill, Nov. 8. With the Pro
gressives holding the balance of power
in tbe house of the Illinois legislature
and standing a chance of ruling the
senate by virtue of the Progressive
tendencies of two Republicans who
have been elected, Democrats and Re
publicans discussed the common ground
on which they might unite in order to
defeat the new party members.
That some understanding has been
reached, tentatively at least, was indi
cated when Edward D. Shurtleff, for
mer speaker, said after a conference
with several Republican leaders that
the Democrats, with the backing of
governor Dunne would have little trou
ble in electing the next speaker.
It was also reported that tbe lead
ers were considering Lawrence Y. Sher
man, the Republican senatorial nom
inee for the short term in the United
States senate and James Hamilton
LewiB for tbe long term,. and a Dunne
man for speaker ot the, house.
State senator Funk who was the Pro
gressive nominee for governor has an
nounced his candidacy for the United
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lomorrow for mJL Jm
XJLFHEN we say $15 Suits We want you to under-
stand that these Suits are Worth considerably
more and are what other stores would put out as $20.00
100 Suits On Sale
THESE suits come in the new browns in fancy chev
iots and blue wide wale. Also, all wool gray
serges, so popular this season, are in the lot. In fact, it
would be hard to find a snappier lot of suits to select
from than those in this special offer we make at a nom
All suits are hand tailored and are up to our standard
in every way. Values up to $20 on special sale tomor-
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We never &e of telling you thai
our slock of trunks, suitcases and
traveling bags is the best and
most reasonably priced in El Paso
French Flannelette Night
Gowns in fancy colors, cut
extra full and extra well
made, ar ea big value to-
Supply yourself with Pa
jamas tomorrow at a sav
ing. French Flannelette
Pajamas all sizes are
an Extra Special 1 "j A
tomorrow at p ! 1U
the belief was expressed that the Wil
son administration would mean the
death of "dollar diplomacy which has
brought untold suffering and loss of
life and property to our peoples," and
the reestablishment of social and com
mercial relations between the United
States and the republics to the south.
The telegram was signed by Don
jeolicarpo Bonilla, former president of
Honduras; TO: Angel Ugaxte and Gen.
Francisco AltschuL former governor of
Granada, Nicaragua, and Col. Carlos
Martinez, a Nicaraguan exile.
Expected the Democrats to 'Win. and Is
Pleased That Kerr Mexico Is In the
Carrboso. N. M., Nov. 8. A3ked by
The Herald correspondent for aa ex
pression as to the results 'ot the elec
tion, governor Wm. C McDonald, who
is at his ranch home here recuperating,
made the following statement:
"I asm not surprised. I have never
worried or lost any sleep because it
seemed to me tbe result was inevitable.
A house divided against itself cannot
stand. No party could have been split
as the Republican party was without
there having been a fatal cause some
where. "The result here In New Mexico is
particular gratifying to me. I have al
ways been sure that New Mexico was
for Woodrow Wilson. Harvey B. - er
gusson is ay personal as well as po
litical friend. The people have made
no mistake In electing him. He is tho
right man In the right place.
"I believe the results of the election
mean peace and harmony in New Mex
ico. They mean that we can all work
together for better government and the
upbuilding of our new state. It Is now
our duty to see that all men are treated
fairly, justly and equally under the law.
"Wm. C McDonald."
PHOENIX TO GET
A NEW CHARTER
Is Vetlng en the Matter Today Fate of
Constitutional Amendments and
Referred Bills Unknown.
Phoenix, Aria, Nov. 8. The people of
Phoenix are going through the motions
of holding a charter election today and
as a consequence the thirsty are en
joying another day of drouth, this be
ing the second election day this week,
and the second day on which the sa
loons have been cloned.
Of nearly 449 voters In the city, but
1773 registered for tbe charter election.
It is generally believed that of those
who took interest enough in the pro
posed charter to register, a majority
are in favor of the measure and that
it will carry
Complete election returns are very
slow in reaching the office of the sec
retary of state and nothing can be said j
definitely as to the result so far as the
constitutional amendments ana Dills
submitted on a referendum are con
cerned. In Phoenix, Tucson and other rail
road towns, while the proposed amend
ments 'were adopted by heavy majori
ties, the railroad bills, with the ex
ception of the three cent fare bill,
were defeated. What the outlying dis
tricts did with them, can be only a
matter of conjecture, but, judging from
the few returns received from Mari
copa, Yavapai, Pinal and Pima coun
ties, it is believed that the majorities
against them in the railroad centers
will be heavily overcome, and that the
bills will be endorsed.
REPUBLICAN'S WILL CONTROL
NEW HAMPSHIRE LEGISLATURE
Concord, N. H-, Nov. 8. Complete re
turns for the entire state ticket give
the Republicans a majority of 21 on
joint ballot in the legislature, which
will be called upon to choose a gover
nor and a United States senator. -ie
complete vote for president was:. Taft.
32,964: Wilaon, 34,743; Roosevelt 17.
802; Ohafln, 351; Debs, 1640.
TO NAME CABINET
Princeton, N. J, Nov. 8. Presidvat
elect Woodrow Wilson has not decided
upon th personnel of bis future cab
inet asLhe intends to keep his mind
open oa -Che subject for a long time.
T moan to keep my mind entirely
open with regard to appointments of
the first consequence until a final an
nouncement s possible," he said. "No !
announcement 'will have the least au- f
thority that is not made over my own ,
signature. These are matters which !
must be detemmed by very deliberate
counsel and not by gossip."
There is every reason to believe that
Woodrow Wilson, both as presidential
nominee and president-elect has net
only not discussed the framing of a
cabinet with anybody but will not make
any final decision until he maps out his
course with regard to his administra
tion. The president-elect said last night
tflat he considered the time between
his eleotion and his inauguration a
period In which he should listen i re
fully to the ideas of men informed on
national questions, and that it was "a
public doty" for him to do so.
ZATAS IN CUBA "WILL CONTEST
Havana, Cuba, Nov. 8 The leading
Zaya at a conference decided to
convene a national liberal assembly
Nov. 23 for the purpose of taking
steps to dispute the legality of the
recent election in which Gen. Mario
Menocal was president of the republic.
McCOMBS SAYS WILSON
"WILL SELECT OWN CABINET
New York, N. Y., Nor. 8. ChAinnaa
McCombs, of the Democratic national
committee, says that he will start soon,
on a two months' vacation, probably at
Hot Springs, Va.
Some one asked whether he might ac
cept a place in the Wilson cabinet. Tbe
chairman said he did not know any
thing about that matter.
"Governor Wilson is the man who
selects his cabinet," he said.
He stated he was not prepared to
discuss plans which he had laid before
president elect Wilson, but intimated
that within a few days he would make
an announcement concerning tbe future
activity of the national committee and
A meeting of the committee probably
will be called within the next two
weeks and resolutions In favor ot con
tinuing the committee as a woraing
institution throughout the Wilson .-d-
ministration will be presented M
The idea is that of conducting a con- j
tinual campaign for the education of I
the people in uemocratic doctrines.
LATIN-AMERM VS Jt BIL VNT
OVER AVILSON'S ELECTION
New Orleans Ta , No X Latin
Americans in New Orleans are jubilant
over the election of oodrow Wilson.
A meeting of the Central American
c lon sent a telegram of congrat a
tion to president-elect Wilson in which
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or "more for the same money" does so because he makes more money on the sak.
THAT'S IdlS INTEREST.
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It may enlighten you to watch every transaction you have with the merchant who practice .
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of Second Hand- Pianos
Taken in exchange on pi
anos and player pianos sold
by F. G. Billings's Pkmo
House. These pianos mast
be cleared out in order to
make room for new stock of High
Grade Pianos and Player pianos
just received. Remember, if you de
cide to buy a new piano or player
piano within one year, I will take
your old piano back at the price you
pay for it, less a small amount for
rent of the old piano for the time
used. By this method I am able to
make my low prices, and easy terms.
Tae time to examine this
one, and compare with a
new one. A $425 "Har
vard" for $225.
Do you have a large music
room? Here is a Parlor
Grand, mahogany, Bush &
Geris, cost $1000, yours for
only $400, Easy terms.
This one will be suitable
for your small apartment.
Thos. Goggan upright, for
Are you here for only a
short while? Why not take
this Smith & Barnes up at
only $125, use it for a year
and you can easily sell it for
$100, when you are ready
to return east. A years pi
ano rent would then cost
you only $25.
Why not a player piano for
the kiddies? Here is an 88
note player piano for only
$425. Free music, easy
terms. Or if you have a si
lent piano here is a cabinet
make Metrostyle pianola
for $85. Call early and
look over the other bar
gains. Fred'k G. Billings
2nd Floor, 214 1-2 Texas.