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EL PASO HERALD
friday, November 8 ,1912.
Bight now when you need winter clothes, we
will put on sale (Saturday only) all our
ADLER'S COLLEGIAN suits and over
coats at reduced prices. These clothes are
ill new, clean, fresh stock, in all the newest
patterns to select from. Remember (Sat
urday only) at these prices:
Suits and Overcoats, value (35 and $32.50,
Suits and Ovwneais, value $36, $27.50 and
.$25.00, for $22.50
Suits and Overcoats value $22.50 and $20.00
Hats $2.50 to
Clothing Department on Second Floor
Take Elevator and Save Five
(f HAT & CLOTHING CO. 4
Central Market Co. ao
SUC. TO ARD0IN.
If it is something you want good
and at the right price
MeatS Green Peas, per lb 15c
Green Lima Beans, per lb 15c
Leg MuttOll IOC Cucumbers, per Jb 7 1-2c
Sho. Cuts. Bsts 18C Okra,perlb 20c
Lorn Steak. . . . . .JSfiZ""
T-BeneBSak C SWf'CaB&rni Lettuce, 2 15c
Corn Beef 10c .. 15c
-r-,1 t- , em- Artichokes, 2 25c
Pk. Roast 20C cauliflower, 2 lbs 25
Hens ..-. . .SWC California Tomatoes, per lb 10c
Springs .... 2Tl-2c Fruits
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TURKS (HE HOT REBELS IEP0ITEI
R l ,'. I T 10 OUIT IN COS SHIES
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For Colder Weather Let Us Take Your Measure For
That Suit or Overcoat Now.
ir it -,r tj i Tailored To Your Measure
$1D IS All I OU leea By Expert Union Tailors
to Spend If You
Spend It Wisely
There are stores with ready-
mades. There are other $15
tailor shops. There are all
kinds of places all kinds of
prices. But there is only One flace
where $ 1 5 will buy a suit or overcoat
made to measure from pure woolens,
that is equal to $2 and $30 custom
Now, that's straight. Make us show
you or, rather, give us one chance.
Remember, it's The London The
London. SUIT or OVERCOA T
Buy Groceries From Lion Grocery Go.
don Woolen Mills
The Origin! $15 Union Tailors
Juarez Hears Nothing
of It, However.
Casaba Cantaloupe ,40c
: Mormons Hear the E,etert
tnmnn armv tal.vr.nho .Vim- Awt .
i vitch, which is on the southern most
loop of the Saloniki-Monastir railroad,
has been captured from the Greeks.
He also reports that Serfrian cavalry j
i uetaenment with machine suns has
been routed at Perlepe. Mormons who hare cone from the
J Fugitive Turkish soldiers are report- Mormon colonies In Mexico verify the
, ed to have massacred many people of i report that Casas Grandes hag been
the village of Silivri. on the coast of j taken by the rebels under either Sala
; the Sea of Marmora and southwest I za or Rojas. These men left the col
or the Tchatalja forts. I onies before the Mexican town was re
! i ported to have been taken, but they
I -TURK'S ARl. AG-ATTT i heard report" along road that the
. i UZV-EXO aaii Air-LiV I rebeis were now in possession of Casas
I FORCED TO RETREAT Grandes and that the federals had
UiWJii 1J Ikftianai withdrawn to Pearson. The Mexico
I I North Western railroad officials have
SjekaeHa In Catuttas; Great Bevattiatfen heard nothing a? the) report. tVttsYe line
j Among the Pelcadiug Force at , Is out and OM telegraph V. are
AftrtaaeiMe. i down and no reports can beWjcelved
' Vienna. Austria, Nov. 8. Turkish from south of Juarez.
troops have been repulsed from the ' " n- haiazar I apturjo. uet
. .i-.i.i i. . w.i.j.n. i Trucy Auber,t or railway officials don"
principal points of the Tchatalja ac- ; kno lt na, Grandes is taken by
cording to the correspondent of the , rebels, they don't know It And there
Reicshopo t with the Bulgarian army, is telegraphic communication between
, The Turkish advance posts on the i J;??8 6rmnd.?s and TIo2!? bJ '
All is reported quiet in the sne be
low Juarez. Gen. Aubert yestaraa7 ar
To Sufferers From
Tour attention is invited to an Eng
lish; Remedy for tuberculosis which for
sometime has been used in Europe with
wonderful success. Its claims have been
investigated and are vouched for by
reputable authorities and the benefits
derived by its users are little short of
marvelous. It is prescribed by Eng
lish physicians. It costs nothing to
investigate and it certainly will well
repay sufferers from tuberculosis, in
any form, to do so.
Inquiries addressed to C 158 Herald
will be promptly answered. Advt.
ceived no report of any fighting in the
district below Juarez, nor of any town
or rebel leaders being captured, despite
wild rumors of both.
QROZGO IS HOT
m LOS AFGELSS
(Continued from page 1.)
All kinds of Apples, Oranges arid Fancy Fruit and
Vegetables on hand all the time.
Fish, Oysters, Lobsters, Shrimps and all kinds of
- Sea Food When in market.
Central Market Co.
right wing opposite the fort of Deli
yunus have been captured already by
Bulgarian troops belonging to the third I ternoon sent 150 soldiets from Juarez
i,..t, mr,A ..!.. o nm ..i i ., on a special irain o me norm
w .w , Auvttvuv , ttt-' a nrruAAil KaIaut Poi-vaal trt
COiIU Lrav...u mv v unit va w
base3 of r pushing home attack on the
According to prisoners, the tyuhus
the point where work U still in pro
gress repairing bridges. It is said that
another troop movement was made
has broken out in Adrianople and is moet,ng smt. who is reported mov-
causing great devastation among the
defending force. Ther eare already sev
eral thousand cases of sickness, and
horrible tales are heard of the trouble
arising from the lack of doctors in
the besieged city.
ing jouth to join Rojas with no more
than 100 men.
Federal officials say that Gen. Jose
de la Luz Blanco has set out from Pear
son with 400 men to follow Rojas, who
is reported on the Chihuahua division
I11?,1"!"6 I 9 the road with a strong rebel force.
Sue. to Ardoin's Market.
are still from 40.000 to 50,000 men en
gaged in the defence of the city, and
although there are several Turkish
healers in the city, there is not a, sin
gle doctor who has received a Euro
Although the Turks are physically
strong and are used to privation, hun
ger and illness ?e doing more dam
age than is the enemy.
The commander of the Bulgarian in
vesting forces is fixing his attention
on the complete surrounding of the
City and he does not contemplate mak-
t ing a forced conquest of the fortress.
miormai negotiations lor the sur
render of Constantinople have already
been entered upon.
that Col. Pascual Orosco sr., father of
the rebel chief, expected -to visit Iios
Angeles. The elder Orozco still re
mains in El Paso, where he was freed
recently from jail and exhonerated of
an extradictlon charge.
AT BARREAL FRIDAY
A report was received in Juarez Fri
day morning of a skirmish at Bar
real, 95 kilometers south o- Juarez,
between federals and rebels. No de
tails were received of the skirmish
at the Juarez military headquarters.
AND SAVE MONEY. WE GUARANTEE
20 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar, with $3.00 worth
of other goods , $1 .00
1 5 lbs. Fancy Potatoes ........... .... .,.,.. 25c
100 lbs. Sack Potatoes .-.,, $1.50
Extra Standard Lady Arundel Tbaatoes, solid pack, $1.85 per
case, 3 cam for ..-.-. ....... .25c
H. C. Fancy Creamery Butler, 3 lbs. for '.... .v.spw.. . $ 1 .00
Strictly Guaranteed Selected Fresh Eggs, per doz. ....-35c
Diamond M. Hard Wheat Flour, guaranteed te bake goed bread,
24 lb. sack, 75c; 48 lb. sack, $130; 98 lb. sack .$2.85
Petit Pofc Peas,
3 cans for ,
3 Large Cans Evaporated"
Milk, aH brands
3 Large Sise Mackerel
Boneless Codfish, one lb.
tablets, 2 for
per lb ..
in kits ...,
Griffin aad SkeUa
Aspaiagss, per ess .-
"j C -Aunt Jemima Paaeake
'IOC floor, per pkg ..........
45 lb. box
We are headquarters for gallon fruits and all canned
goods in case lots. Mail orders solicited and promptly
Lion Grocery Co.
109-11 S. Stanton St
Phones 2405, 2424.
It is learned that Salasar destroyed the
bridges recently between Casas Grandes
and Juarez, while Rojas did the work i
on the Chihuahua division of the North '
Western. Gen. Trucy Aubert has re-
SALAZAK RIDES UP AM) !
DOWN THX NORTH WXSTKRX.
Railroad men, coming' in from along
the Mexico North Western line in
Mexico, report that. Salasar has been
rldinz- no And down the line from Cor- i
ralitos north for the past six weeks,
but has not destroyed any railroad
property and has permitted the work
train crews to continue the work of
repairing the railroad bridges which
have been burned bv the rebels.
IS BEST REACHED VIA
l-Qn A II TWO SOLID TRAINS 7.4E p if
.OU M.lTI. THROUGH. DAILY -I3 r.lTl
TIZ For Sore Feet
Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweaty
Feet Callouses. Bunions and Chil
blains, right of . A all druggists, 25c
for a big box. ,
M. TASO liODGK WO. 1SS, A. r. & A. M.
Regular meetings 1st and 3rd
af Wednesdays of each month.
"ftgr W. W. Evans. W. M.
r I. B. Gillett. Secretary.
Masonic Relief Board, 10 Mesa Ave
Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m..
Called meeting Friday, Nov. 8th, 7:S0
p m. Third degree.
E. E. RYAN'S DAXCING ACADBKY at
the i'. B. hall. Social dance every
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
Use Herald Want Ads.
RUSSIA WII.I, KBBP ITS
AXW OX WAR FOOTIXG.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Nov. S. The
Russian government has decided to re
tain all the time expired soldiers of
the Russian army in active service
with their regiments until next
Spring. This places the Russian army
practically on a war footing.
GERMANY, AUSTRIA AAD ITALY
WILL SOT INTSRVBNK IX BALKAXS
Berlin, Germany, Nov. 8. Germany
Austria-Hungary and Italy will not
intervene in the Balkan situation so
long as their special interests are not
affected and unless they are request
ed to do so by the belligerent na
tions. Tnis determination was
reached following a series of con-
, ferences held here between the Mar-
uuiK ji 9u vriuitauio, xuuian xoreign
minister, the imperial chancelor and
the German foreign secretary, at
which the Austrian ambassador also
GRKBKS OCCUPY SALOX1K3.
Athens. Greece, Nov. 8. The Greek
army commanded by crown prince
Constatine, occupied Saloniki. the
Turkixh stronghold in the southwest
ern section of European-Turkey.
PORTE PROPOSES PEACH.
Cologne. Germany, - Nov. 8. Tho
Porte has proposed to Bulgaria -to be
gin peace negotiations without the
mediation of the powers.
SHttfcwtern Wad Co. Full measure.
Stop coupling! you rack the lungs
and worry the body. BALLARD'S
HOREHOUND SYRUP checks irritation,
heals the lungs and restores comfort
able breathing. Price 25c, Sic and $1.00
per bottle. Sold by Scott White & Co.,
three stores. Adv.
Southweatera Foel Ce. Pull measure.
SBRVIAXS SUFFER HEAVY LOSS
IX BATTLE BEFORE MO X ASTIR
Belgrade, Servia, Nov. 8. Official re
ports describe the two days' heavy
fighting which preceded the surrender
of Prilip, 20 miles northeast of Mon
astic The Servians outnumbered the Turks,
but because of the nature of the ground
were unable to use their, artillery. They
could bring only one mountain battery
into action against the vigorous fire of
the Turkish guns.
I The Servians were not able to form
up in fighting line and weae obliged to
make big sacrifices, taking one posi
tion after another at the point of the
The Turks Meld such strong positions
that they should have been able to an
nihilate the storming parties. Only at
the end of the second day did the Ser
vian infantry succeed in driving the
enemy from their strongholds and put
them to flight in the direction of Mon
astic The Servian wounded numbered
many more than the Turks.
"An uninsured Automobile is not an asset; it is a
Four Automobile Accidents In
Ei Paso In the Past 24 Hours
Telephone us at once and let us insure your car
today. We write:
Automobile Fire Insurance.
Automobile Liability Insurance.
Automobile Theft Insurance.
Automobile Collision Insurance.
Automobile Property Damage Insurance.
Our rates are lower than those of other agents, be
cause "We make policies to fit the Risk and
RATES TO FIT THE POLICIES."
AUSTIN & MARR
General Insurance Underwriters.
Caples Building. Phone 435 i .
COSUMPtWeS BUBLPJBD BY'
It is folly to believe that Consump
tion differs from every other disease
in not requiring the use of any medi
cine for its treatment. For a number
of years an enormous mass of volun
tary and thankful testimonials from
persons who consider that they owe
their lives to Eckman's Alteratlvs, a
medicine for Tuberculosis, has been ac
cumulating. Surely plenty of time to
demonstrate its lasting value. You
can write to any of them. Here is
5323 Girard Ave., Phila., Pa.
"Gentlemen: In the winter of INS
I had an attack of Grippe, followed
by Pneumonia and later by Consump
tion. I grew steadily worse. In the
winter of 1904 I had cough, night
sweats, fever and raised quantities of
awful-looking stuff and later I had
many hemorrhages; at one time throe
in three successive days. Milk and
eggs became so distasteful I could
keep nothing down. Three physicians
treated me. I was ordered to the
mountains, but did not go. Bckman's
Alterative was recommended by a
friend. After taking a small quantity
I had the first quiet night's sleep for
weeks. My improvement was marked
from the first I gained strength and
weight and appetite. I never had an
other hemorrhage and my cough grad
ually lessened until entirely gone. I
am perfectly welL Every thing I say
here can be verified by my family and
ANNE F. LOCGHRAN.
atckman's Alterative is effective in
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat
and Lung Troubles, and in upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by KeHy. Pollard, Knoblauch
Drug Co., People's Drug Store, and oth
er leading druggists. Ask for booklet
telling Of recoveries, and write to Eck
man Laboratory. Philadelphia. Pa, for
additional evidence. Adv.
Tried GETS-IT, The
New Corn Cure, Yet?
I See Hevr Buy It Drive Anay Ceraa.
Douglas Gray, of the Tombstone Con
solidated Mining company, is here for
a few days' business trip. He is at the
J 6 k
"GHTS-IT W1H 6et Every Cora Yesve
At last, a real does-what-it.-saya earn
cure. Nothing like it has ever before
Svery man and woman who has
ccrns, callouses, warts or bunions,
ought to try "Gets-It" at once and see
how marvelously It works. Quit shav
ing your corn with a raaor. Ton may
draw blood and cause blood poisoning'.
"GETS-IT" is remarkable because it
never Irritates or turns the true flesh
sere or raw. It can't. It is as safe as
water. Stockings wont stick to it
Corn pains stop. The corn or callous
shrivels up, comes out Blessed relief
"GETS-rr- is sold at druggists at
15 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt
of price to E. Lawrence A Co.. Chicago.
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BRING THE FAMILY!
SATURDAY WE AGAIN OFFER 10 DISCOUNT ON ALL SHOES-Men's, Women's and Children's.
Everything included; all new goods and most popular styles. We are bidding for your patronage in a way that means
a saving to you and expect a record day's sales. COME EARLY!
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