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Friday, November 8 ,1912.
RETAIL BUSINESS SALE
AT THIS SENSATIONAL
EL PASO HERALD
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It talks longer it goes further it buys more it makes tremen
dous savings for you. Money will buy anything in ready-to-wear
Men. Boys and Youths
and it will buy more of it here than at any other time or any other
sale ever known in El Paso. It will probably stand as a record for
years t come.
We are going out of the retail business and must give up our
location. It's cheaper to sell the goods far under their value and
let you take them out thai it is for us to move and store them and
carry them indefinitely.
We are taking our losses and you get the benefit. They are
all late fall sjtyles, high quality fabrics, the best you can get any
where. And dost forget that the reputation of years in square
dealing stands behind every sale made in this store.
Just One More Day This Week
You better come now before the stocks are so badly broken as
to make your choice a hard one.
ore Open Until 9 p. m.
IBT 310-312 San Antonio Street. ,JKKKK
Store Open Until 9 p. m.
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JURY HEARS MORE
Government Contend That Pacific
Coast tabor leaders Knew Idea.
tttr of v CaaslnK Explosions.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 8. In line
i with the government's contention that
X B McNamara's identity as the dyna
miter of the ios Angeles Times build
ing -was known to the Pacific coast
labor leaders, a letter to J. J. Me-
l Namara signed by W. H. PohfmaH, of
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"dynamite conspiracy" trial today.
McNanvara had visited Seattle after
the Los Angeles explosion and. ae-
SCENE FROM POLLY OF THE CIRCUS
at the El Paso theater Sunday, and Monday night with matinee Sunday afternoon. Seat sale starts tomorrow at
Ryan's. Prices: Night
$2.00, $1.50, $1.00; Matinee $1.00, 75c, 50c,
MAT ESTABLISH NEW I
WEST TEXAS DIOCESE!
Local Catholics Diseass Plans WUck
May Reattlt in Cathedral Betas
Erected Here Many Realty
Because El Paso is about 690 miles
from the city of Dallas, local Catholics
are considering the establishment of a
new diocese with El Paso as the see.
It Is almost Impossible for bishop Lynch, I
of the Dallas diocese, to make s trip to i
" Paso more than onee a year, and
Catholics feel that there should be a j
new diocese here. j
-rojdlil) a petition, seeking the ere-
ation of a new diocese, will be for
warded to the papal delegate at Wash
ington and through him. be presented
to tiie pope for consideration.
In the event of the establishment of
a new diocese heVe, a cathedral will be
built in this city. In fact plans for such
a structure have long been under con
sideration. .If they should be fulfilled,
the new structure will occupy the site
on North Oregon street on -which the
chapel of the Holy Family at prosent
This is considered one of the beet lo
cations In El Paso for such a. building,
as it is centrally located, just one block
north of Carnegie square.
May Have Drag Store.
Alta Vista is to have a drug store.
Two lots have been purchased on the
Children's High Cut Boots
for School Wear
Note Lerner's Prices
Obtainable in all
the most fashion
able leathers; also
in Patent with
white tops, Silk
tassels, made over
new wide toe lasts
fill; e9j I
fit 3 J3Kl
Hi r - -aasssssRs?
sizes 2 1-2 to 6,
11 1-2 to 2,
8 1-2 to 11,
We Have the Right Shapes for
the Little Ones and Know
How to Fit Them.
corner of Copia ami Hue streets in
the northeast El Paso suburb, and the
Alta Vistans say that they will soon
have a drus store in te heart of the
addition, as a. local drusr comoany is
planning to erect a brick building for-i
a drug store on me ioib.
Building Bengal ott on Arlieaa.
King Worley is building a brick bun
galow on Arizona street, in Golden Hill
addition for J. M. Dudley to be occu
pied by him as his home. The cost f
the building is $6606.
M. Hasen has sold C. F. Knoblauch,
lots 1 to 5, in block 114, Bast El Paso,
To Build Two Bungalows.
Cassidy & Adams are preparing to
erect two six room bungalows on lots
2 to 32. in block 21, Cotton addition.
They have purchased the property from
Alice G. Merchant for ?306.
The concrete warehouse for tlie West
ern 'Woodenware company which is be
ing built on Leon street, south of San
cording to witnesses. Pohlaaan and
Eugene A. Clancy of Saa Francisco
had seen him there.
Pohlman's letter enclosed a news
paper dipping abot the Los Angeles
county grand Jury Investigation be
gan after MeNamara had come east.
Clancy also had come east and Pohl
man's letter, according to the govern
ment, referred to Clancy.
The letter was addressed to J. J. Mc
K&mara and saMT
"I understand your fat friend has
gone east. No doubt you have seen
him and put a few good boys on him
to hold htea up."
See Central Market Co-'s Ad., page 5.
Southwestern Fad Co. Fall measure.
Birmingham, Als Nov. 8. Loot of
$40,090 is said to have fallen to band
its who robbed a south bound express
train en the XoulsriHe & Nashville
railroad at Blount Springs, early to
day. They entered the mail ear, awed
the clerks by a flourish of revolvers,
took possession of several registered
mail pouches, then signaled for the
engineer to stop the train and es
caped in the country a few miles north
of Birmingham. Posses are on their
See Central Market Co.'s Ad., page 5.
Haw Way T
A Wonderful Vanishing Liquid Called
Zemo That Bids Farewell to All
Pimples and racial Eruptions.
Xa D7 or Two They Go.
FraBCteoo street, has been poured to
the second story.
The roof is being placed on the Wig- i
want tneater Duiiaing on can Anionic
Many Realty Sales.
Purchasing lot 22 and 24 feet, 8 itch
es of lot 21, block 27. Franklin Heights
addition, from John H. Davig for $3000.
S. C. Awbrey sold the same property
to R. I. Dorbandt for $6500.
Mrs. Rita Pigg has sold D. B. Smith
lots 42 and 43. in block 84. Franklin
Heights, for $5400. O. W. Pickering Las
sold Dr. H. O. Da.rnall part of lots 13
and IS. and all of lot 14. in block 23.
on Montana street for $1470, and he
is building a home thereon.
Mrs. A. V Campbell has sold the
bouse at 602 Upson avenue for $7150.
Th. Tiajnva or the nurchaser Is 'withheld.
J. N. Amador has sold C E. Hefner
lot 22 and the west one-half of lot Zl,
in block 101. Franklin Heights for
$4350, Heffler turning it in at that price
ito Mrs. L. It Mobley when he purchased
from her lots 9 and 10, in block 25,
Franklin Heights for $2500. Mrs. Dona
Blake has sold to Mrs Lizzie Sanders
the rooming house at 905 North Stan
ton street for $550 AH of these deals
were made through the W. F. Payne
To Add to Residence.
James L.. Marr, Friday morning took
out a permit to build a second story to
his residence, at 914 San Antonio street
The addition is to cost $3000.
Southwestern Fuel Co. Full measure.
Headquarters, wholesale and retail, for
Ingersoll $1.00 and $2.00 watches at
Kline's Curio Store. Little Plaza.
AGnra regal, shoes
229 San Antonio Street.
Many a Pretty Gerra li Spoiled by s Poor
Although well known throughout tho
country. ZEMO, the wonderful external
oore for all skin afflictions is now being
introduced here on a positive guarantee.
It is a marvelous remedy, and has cured
some of the -worst cases of ecxema,
pimples, blackheadi, tetter, barber's itch,
salt rheum, blotches, spotted face, chafing.
dandruff and all diseases of the skin and
scalp. ZEMO is sold by drngglst at $1.00
tor the large regular size bottle. But in
order that you may test ZEMO and have
no farther ezepse for any skin eruption.
a liberal 36-oent size bottle is now on sale
at the Drug Stores, or s mailed on receipt
of price by B. W. Rose Medicine Co., St.
ZEMO is a pure, clean, vanishing liquid.
The moment it touches the skin it sinks
right in and you feci the relief at onee.
It is not a salve, paste, ointment or dress
ing. Get the trial bottle today on a posl
ZHMO is sold and guaranteed bv drug
gists everywhere, and in El Paso by
Kelly & Pollard, E. Ryan & Co , Rio
Grande Pharmac Knoblauch Drug Co
Potter Drug '
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Don't Waste Your Time
getting measured and waiting several weeks for a made-to-order suit or over
coat that may not please you after it arrives.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
are unequalled in workmanship and fabric They await your eornmand for a
try-on. Reasonably priced at trom ?
$15.00 to $45.00
of the style and color that appeal to
"good dressers." That's why you see
so many fellows wearing a hat with a
Sol I. Berg label. Hats from France,
Austria and our own country, includ
ing the ever popular Stetson's.
$2.50 to $6.00.
a new shirt maybe you need more
than one (?) If so, your own good
judgment points to this store All the
fancy colorings, as well as the plainer
patterns are among our showing
some with collars attached some
with collars- to match and more
patterns and fit that will please.
$1.00 and Up.
Expert Shoe Fitters
215 El Paso St.
Half Block South of New note!
MEN'S WOOLEN PANTS
a really $3.00 value. Well made in every way and just the thing for ordin
ary wear For Saturday only
$2.00 the Pair
Newest of cross-stripes and fancy
silk mixtures. Regular 50c and 75c
values Saturday -j
35c 3 for $1.00. W
100 DOZ. MEN'S HALF HOSE
In all colors and guaranteed. A
special price" for Saturday only. .
10c per pair.
FOR MAN AND BOY