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Tuesday, November 19, 1912
The Caliaher Department Stere Co., Inc.
"All Thrifty Buyers
Are Headed
The "Make-Room
And the "better values" are the drawing cards We simply must make room
for the immense Xmas stocks that are crowding every nook and corner of this
big store and forcing the regular stocks out at prices much under the usual.
"Make Room" Sale Special Values In
$2 Pkia aad Fascy Ssitiags
"Make Room" Price rf OQ
Here's a beautiful P J. c3I7
gathering of high grade materials
in all desired shades.
"Make Room" Price DP-
In a splendid choice of OOC
beautiful shades an excellent
quality, 36 in. wide.
Single breasted, with
large pearl buttons-
and roll collar in red only 2nd
Women's Aviation Caps -
"Make Room" QE
Price oOC
The best corset at the price to be
had anywhere a model to suit
sny figure.
p? j
fidian tana. Ah pnaRuw-iedneed tosea tewrf.
lfoi.n (contlnsons Ha) pass thxowb poloti
of eaoal xb pnasare. Bcossma (dttMHmd
pMs XmuA pomt of eqU (empenttBre; drawn
only lor xfto. feserine. ST. and MO".
O cle Q partly cloudy: teadyj
ram: snerr; report jststaz.
Arrows Sy with tho wind. First figure, tefflec
ataie: second, precipitation of M Inch or Bora
tat past M, hours: third, maximum wind vetos
John Stoldmaa, Charged "With Sunday
Selling, Says He Is 'ot Interested
in Broadway Saleen.
John Stoldrcan was the third man ar
rested by the police Monday charged
with violating the liquor laws by sell
ing liquor on Sunday. The police stated.
that the defendant is a part owner of
a saloon on Broadway, wherein the
sales are alleged to have been made.
Stoldman denied that he owned an ni
terest in the saloon.
Herman Pedrizzi, who was arrested
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Want a Tonic? Qo To Your Doctor
Isafcoholatonic? No! Does it make the blood pure? No! Does
it streigthen the nerves? No! Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla a tonic?
Yes! Does it make the blood piue? Yes! Does it strengthen
the nerves? Yes! By asking your doctor you can learn more
qwui mo ituuuy iiitruiciiit:. r ouow nis advice.
An Extra Special Value Are These
Black Coats at . $7.50 and $12.50
Shown m the much favored long models Well made
well fitting coals, of heavy serviceable cloaking really
worth $10.00 and $15.00.
Nifty Models In Misses and Small
Women's Coats at $12.50 and $15
Are shown in a wonderful gathering in the "Macki
naw" and "Hany Panfyy" models, in reversible chas
ings of attractive design and in the plain models worth
a third more!
Women's Coat Suits
Specially Priced at
Are one of the many bargains that
are shown in the better grades of
materials both novelty mixtures and
plain shades are shown excellently
designed and finished TJveae suits
are worth to $32.50.
AlITrimmedHatsl-2 0ff
the Price
Every hat in the entire stock
women's, misses' and children's
at just Half Regular Prices!
1-4 Off the Price
Of all nove)ty suitings marked
regularly at $2.50 the yard and
upwards 1-4 Off.
$1.25 AWD $1.50 SUITINGS
"Make Room" Price QQ
44 to 54 in. wide, in OtC
plain shades every desired eel
Double breasted, all &y 7E
wool, with two rows j) O
large pearl buttons and roll collar,
grey only.
la Colors' or White, With Fancy Fand & Rosette, 98c
At 50c up
d1 OC
u. S3, .uepanmenx oi
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EI Paso, Tues., Nov.
Kl Paso and vicinity: Fair tonight
and Wednesday; warmer tonight.
Now Mexico: (Not received a tel
egraphic interruption.)
West Texas: Fair tonight and Wed
nesday; warmer tonight.
. by the police on a charge of selling
Tj&pSSttRZ 5
I -.,... , .mc wuiiijr cuuri cnarg-
aioioman aeniea uiat he owned an in
lawful selling of liquor, was released
Monday afternoon upon furnishing a
$300 bond.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 19. President
Taft was in attendance at the regular
meeting of the Yale corporation. The
main subject discussed was the uni
versity budget. It was announced that
a inena or tne university has offered
1100,000 for the endowment of the chair
J C.AyerCa.
Lotreli, MoSf
Women's Novelty Coats
Specially Priced at
Present a charming choice of the
higher grades of late models, in both
"Johnny" coats and the long styles.
These are shown in the favored diag
onals, boueles and fancy mixtures,
with rich trimmings worth to $35.00.
All Suits at $35 and Up
1-4 Off the Price
All the finer grade coat suits, in
novelty and plain models, enter in
to this sale at 1-4 Off the Price!
Dress Materials
"Make Room Price (t J Q
54 in. wide all want- P X Oa7
ed shades an excellent, heavy
quality $1.69 the yard.
"Make Room" Price QQ
Worth 1.00 and $1.25. OIC
in every new shade, a splendid
quality 89c the yard.
A great value at CO
Others at 75c, 98c and 0C
$1.25, in a fine ' choice of eolors
and plain white.
"Make Room" r r
Price 59C
98c to $3.50
In the better grades of flannelette
Prettily trimmed, in colors to
please you.
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19, 1912. &mW?
Local Data.
BI Paeo Readings.
Today Yesdy
S a.m. S p.m.
Barometer (sea level) 30.26 30.28
Dry thermometer 35 49
Wet thermometer 34 42
Dew point 33 36
Relative humidity 92 61
Direction of wind SE SE
Velocity of wind 6 5
State of weather clear clear
Rainfall last 24 hours
Highest temp, last 24 hrs..53
Lowest temp, last 24 hrs..35
, River.
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark. 11.2 feet. Rise in
last 24 hours, 0.1 foot.
of missions in the Yale divinity school,
on condition that 3200,000 additional be
KPMlrn1 This mnvpmpnt a rmr . .ka
plan to raise at least a million dollars
for the development of the inter-denominational
divinity school Into a
Ki eat unieritv school of religion, w.th
acVqunilj ir'ioweil departments of
rxusbions and of social serwetj
Roller Skating prom
ises to be the popular
pastime this Winter, so we have added Skating
Shoes to regular lines.
THE Hippodrome Skating Rink has sprung
into instant popularity, and a Tegular "skat
ing shoe" is needed to get the most pleasure out of this pastime.
We have just received what we regard as the ideal skating shoe.
They come in gun metal calf or kid, blucher style, have full round
toe, heavy welt sole and low heel. While these shoes are specially
recommended for skating, you will find them to be ideal "general
. tt
The Price
All this week, with every pair of Skating Shoes
sold, we will give Free an Admission Ticket to
the Hippodrome Rink, and Skate Order.
204 San
Train Bulletin.
Texas & Pacific train No. 5, due at
8:05 p. m., is reported one hour late.
All other afternoon and night trains are
reported on time for Tuesday.
Dr. It. M. Ratlttf, dentist. Sue. to Dra.
Paget & Ratllff, 204-6-6, Caples Bid?.
Ea Rente to Artcftln Oil Fields.
E. P. Young, of San ' Antonio, Tex.,
was an arrival in El Paso Tuesday en
route to Artesia, N. M., to investigate
the reported flowing oil wells in that
settion. Mr. Young is connected with
the J. H. JtJauiding coranany. whose
business he started was to nromaia oil I
fields. He seated that1 he wenlufniaVfrf"
.i thorough investigation of tile oil i
properties at Artesia.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist, 21S-21S Mills Bldg.
To Talk to Men's Club.
St. Clement's Men's club will meet
Thursday . evening for its regulci
monthly talkfest. David McKnlght,
president of the club, will talk on par
cels post and its effect on the mail
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's nacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Bell 651-2144.
Is' Sent to Jnnrez.
Antonio Paiz, arrested by the police
Monday on a charge of being insane,
was turned over to the immigration of-
makes the second time that Paiz has
oeen aeponeo.
Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist, 601-592 Roberts-Banner
Bldg.. phone 1654.
Soldiers Under Arest.
John Wilson one of the two soldiers
wso was arrested by the police Satur
day night following a disturbance in
which it was alleged the "sb! (liars tried
to break up a meeting beinffaonducted
jn the tent on Magoffin avenue op
posite the Toltec club, was turn'ed over
to the military autnoiities at Fort Bliss
Monday. Ed Mills, his companion, was
transferred to the county jail after a
oomnlaint charsrinsr him with nan-vine-
a pistol was filed in the county court, i
Dr. RoninRun, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Is Released On $300 Bond.
Raul Varela, who was arrested by the
police last week, following a row which
occurred 'in a saloon on South 21 Paso
street, at the conclusion of which he
was alleged to have fired two shots,
was released on a $300 bond. Varela
was charged in the county court with
unlawfully carrying a pistol, and in
justice of the peace E. B. McClintock's
court, with assault to murder.
deeding glasses? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 22S Jlesa Ave.
Presbyterian Men to Sleet.
This evening at the First Presby
terian church, the Presbyterian Men's
club will have its first get acquainted
meeting of the year. T. J. Jones, as
chairman of the club committee, has
arranged an mrormal program and a
buffet lunch will be served.
Dr. Anna Reum. Buckler Bldg.
For faonse wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills 'street.
Defendant Chooses Own Jurors.
Goshen. N. Y., Nov. 19. Burton W.
Gibson, the New York lawyer charged
with the murder of Mrs. Rosa Menschik
Szabo. overruled his counsel, Robert H.
Elder, and chose five of the 12 jurors
for his case.
Dr. Xettle Satterlce, osteopath.
American Bank BWkt phone 14 L
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver, 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Criticises Rhodes Students.
Washington. D. C. Nov. 19. A severe
criticism of the caliber of'students sent
tn fW fnr.l iinlrAi-altv nna. Ih. Phiula.
I scholarship was delivered by Dr. Geo.
i. .parKin. of oxrord, executive secre
tary of the Rhodes scholarship trust,
before the National Association of State
universities. Dr. Parkin divided the
students sent to Oxford from the United
States into three classes. The first
third he said were high grade students;
dents: the second third, were fair, while
the other third "well, it is a mystery
to the Oxford faculty how they ever
got there. '
Mciran Herald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Will Reorganize Tellnride Co.
Telluride. Colo.. Nov. 19. For the pur
pore of reorganizing, the entire hold
ings of tin Tollnndf Peer eompan
Lrnbrdcins numerous power generating
is $3.50
Antonio St.
plants, transmission lines, reservoirs
and water power sites in Colorado. Utah
and Idaho were sold by sheriff G. W.
Tallman. The purchaser was W. E.
Wheeler, president of the Bank of Tel
luride, acting for Neil A. AVlthers, of
New York, and the purchase price was
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker. XV.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Girl's Father Arrests Hypnotist.
Grand Junction. Colo.. Nov. 19.
Gladys Berson, 18 years of age, of Eu
reka, Utah, and Harry Gatley, 27 years
old,, a traveling hypnotist, were arrest
ed here at the request of the girl's
father, C M. Berson. After their arrest
the girl told the police that at a per
formance in Eureka she had volun
teered to become a hypnotic subject of
Gatley and that ance then she had been
contfpletely under a spell which he
led cast after her. It Is alleeed
that Gatley and Kiss Berson hare been
traveling as man. ana wile ana ne wilt
be taken back t Utah for trial on a (
statutory charge.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach.
T intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Gem Electric Co., S01 San Antonio St
Grants Stay of Sentence.
New York. N. Y.. Nov. 19. A. certifi
cate of reasonable doubt for William
J. Cummins, whose sentence to an inde
terminate term in Sing Sing for lar
ceny in connection with the- wrecked
Carnegie Trust company was recently
confirmed by the appelate division of
the. supreme court, was granted by jus
tice Miller, one of the appelate Jus
tices. The former chairman of the Car
negie company's board'of directors was
admitted to bail fixed at 575,000. Cummins-
was convicted on four counts, al-
leging theft of about 5140,000.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co., 119 N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Dr. Janes, foot specialist. Mills Bldg
Settled by Agreement.
The case of Krakauer. Zork & Meye
vs. H. McjUees, a suit on a well drilling
contract, which was on trial Monday in
the county court, was settled by agree
ment before the conclusion of the trial.
The case was an appeal from the jus
tice court.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach, in-
testines, metabolism.
403-4 Roberts-
Banner Duiiaing.
Dr. Jaralesen, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg
Gen. Merrlara Dies In Maine.
Portland, Me., Nor. 19w Maj. Gen.
Henry Clay Merriam, retired. -died at Ms
home in this city, after an illness of
n.ft.rlv tvn VMIfL (?n Mrrlam -wflo
born at Houlton in 1837, and in 1862 he r
was commissioned captain in the 20th
Maine regiment. He was brevetted for
gallantry at Antletam. During his vol
unteer service lie won three brevets
and the' congressional medal of honor
for "conspicuous gallantry in battle."
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 107 El Paso street
To Our Customers.
When our phone. No. 36, Is busy,
please call 210.
Held IJres., Coal and Wood.
1 3Iore Arrests In Portland Scandal.
Portland, Ore., Nov. 19. Three addi
tional arrests were made, in connection
with a scandal among men and boys
which has shaken this city since Sat
urday, when 11 men were arrested and
one other attempted suicide. All the
defendants save one, were arraigned
and held under bonds of from $2500 to
$5000. Several additional warrants have
been issued and will be served as rap
idly as possible. Several of the sus
pected persons have left Portland.
Silver City, N. M.. Nov. 19. News has
been received here of the death of Sam
Blair, at Hayden, Ariz., brother of ex
sheriff Jim Blair, of Santa Rita. His
remains were sent to Belton. Tex., his
old home. A brother of the Blairs em
ployed in a dry goods store in Hayden.
after the death of Sam, disappeared and
so far as known here he has not been
located. It seems the death of Sam
Blair deeply affected bis brother and
he. it Is said, drew about $100 from his
employers and left Hayden without tell
ing anyone where he was going, and
has not been seen since. He had money
deposited in the bank at Hayden. and it
is still there. He was a sober and in
dustrious young man, very popular in
Haden and his friends fear he has been
mlirdrri1 frr tho mfTov Tnet is Vnnwn
to have had on him when he left Haj -1
Valentine. Texas. Nov. 19. The Val
entine drug store was broken into and
the cash register, containing only small
change, was robbed and a rifle was
stolen. No clue of the robbers is to b
H. A. Peterson, of Candelaria, has
rented the store bulldins belonging to
Mrs Lou Fole and will put in a stok
of enpral met i h.ndis" .Mr. Peterson
also has j. store at Pel Rio,
To Make
giving Dinner a
Be sure and have Buster
Brown Bread. It's better
Bread than you can bake
yourself. It's the best Bread
you can buy.
Order From Your Grocer.
There Are Also Seme Very Short Ones,
Some Very Heavy Ones and Seme
Very Light Ones.'
Douglas, Ariz., Nov. 19. The great
register of Cochise county, Ariz., shows
that at the close of registration, there
were on the rolls a total number of
5834 electors; Bisbee ranging first
with 1,935 ; Douglas second with 1149,
and Lowell third with SC7. out o 41
precincts. .
The oldest elector to cast his ballot
at the recent election in Cochise coun
ty is Nicholas Hunsaker, oX Pirtleville,
aged 37 years.
The oldest naturalized citizen of the
county is E. W. Sinclair, of Lowell,
formerly of Tombstone, aeed 82, and
naturalized in Sioux City, Iowa, Sept.
24, 157. He is a native of Scotland
and an engineer by occupation. Second
oldest is James Garrett, of Gleeson.
aged 78 years, and naturalized in Sac
ramento, Calif, in October, 1859; while
the third oldest elector is Frederick
Klockow, of Tombstone, a native of
Germany, and naturalized in Jo Davis
county, I1L, Aug. 24, 1860.
The oldest and tallest negro voter
in the county is Simon P. Franklin,
of Courtland, a farmer. He is 70 years
of age and six feet in height.
The heaviest man on the register is
W. S. Campbell, of Courtland, wfao
weighs 375 pounds.
The tallest native born Arisonan is
John Valensuela, a resident of Here
ford. He is six feet five Inches tall,
and weighs 190 pounds.
The oldest actively engaged miner is
Thos. McKinny, of Lowell, who is 71
years of age.
The oldest native born Arisonan of
Mexican parents is E. D. Saenes aged
51 years, a resident of Benson.
John Nelson of Lowell is the tallest
miner on record, being S feet 4 inches
tall and weighing 210 pounds.
The oldest naturalized citizen of Mex
ico, by reason of the Gadsden Treaty,
is Joe M. Robles, aged. 70 years, ana
engaged in the stock raising business
at Pool.
W. K. York, of Lowell, is the tallest
cowpuncher riding the range in Cochise
county, being 6 feet 1 inch tall.
The lightest men In the county are:
Patrick 0Haga, a naturalised citizen
and resident of Benson, weighing bnt
93 pounds, and a farmer by occupation.
C. E. Pratt, of Tombstone, a painter,
weighing 100 pounds, and being 5 feet
5 Inches talL Jsa liemons, a cattleman
of San Simon, who also tips the scales
at 109 pounds.
The smallest man on the record is
W. T. Norgan. of Cochise, who is but
five feet tall.
Charles F. Link, of Douglas, em
ployed at the Calumet & Arizona smel
ter as a motorman, is the tallest man
in the county, beiiux C feet S inches tall,
and weighing 21 pounds; while the
second tallest man is xaul Forschlle, of
Pirtleville, a satire of Germany, 6
feet 4 inches tall, and weighing 230
Chicago, ni., Nov. 19. Stephen La
porte, 45 years old, who gave his ad
dress as Tucson. Ariz., when arrest
ed here as a suspicious character, sur
prised the detectives who took him in
to custody by breaking down sud
denly and confessing that on the night
of August 13, 1907. he shot and killed
Walter Taylor, a ranchman, near
Tucson. Laporte said he was em
ployed by Taylor.
He. . said he had been freed alter
a nasty inquest by a coroners jury.
The man is held here pending a
reply by the Tucson police to a tele
gram sent by the police here asking
them to investigate the story .
But Newbro's Herpicide
Was the First Dandruff
Germ Destroyer.
A discovery can be made but once.
After that all similar acts become emu
lation, imitation or an attempt at sub
stitution. ,
Newbro's Herpicide "is a discovery. It
was the first remedy ever given to sci
ence to kill the dandruff germ. Other
preparations have since been offered to
the public, some similar in appearance,
some in odor, but all bringing the dar
ing promise of doing the same things
that Herpicide has been doing for
j ears.
Every article of this kind is merely
one more instance of vicious emulation,
vile imitation or a base attempt at sub
stitution. The "something just as good" story
is old. why give It a thought? Herpi
cide is the Original Remedy. It kills
the dandruff germ and prevents the
hair from falling. Itching of the
scalp stops almost with the first ap
plication. Don t be deceived by something
iust as Sod-
HA&a ska b&
If your own druggist
does not keep the genuine dandruff
germ destroyer, Newbro's Herpicide,
go to one who does.
One dollar size bottles are sold under
an absolute guarantee.
Send 10c In postage for sample and
booklet to The Herpicide Co.. Dept. R,
Detroit, Mich. Applications may be ob
tained at good barber shops.
Newbro's Herpicide in aOc and $1.00
sizes is sold by all dealers who guar
antee it to do all that is claimed. If
' ou are not satisfied your money will
b r funded. Kelly & Pollard, special
agents. (Adv.)
..V BREAD. gy
Parity Pastries
Are Best
To Get Bqnal RlgStt With Men, They
Must Ahe Share the RespenslMU-
ties In Ceehise Ceanty.
Bisbee, Ariz.. Nov. 19. That equal
suffrage v th men brings with It re
sponsibilities as well as rights and
privileges is a matter that th. women
of Cochise county may soon have, oc
casion to recognize, according to Gus
Hlckey, chairman of the board of su
pervisors ot' this county. He declares
that action is tc be taken so that the
sheriff will be required to draw an
equal number of women and men on
every 'jury that Is empaneled.
The Army of
.Is Growing Smaller Every Day.
uy awe teixv
In: permacen'!y
core Csattoe-
Noa. M3-
sew, fasfjeibee, Skx Btaaedw, SalfewSkk.
r ' GeHHiae abr Signature
nine ctbt. ripr vkib
i A well known EI Paso business man
i -whose success proves the value of a
: business education will give two
i scholarships each year in the Inter
j national Business College for deserving
j boys and girls who- have not the means
I of securing such training for them-
such consideration.
The boy and girl must be 16 years
or over, and have definite ideas as to
why they want a business education
The candidates" are to -write a letter
stating age. residence, occupation.
previous schooling, and reason for
wanting a business training.
These letters will be treated- as con
fidential and will help to guide a com
mittee who will award the scholarships.
Write at once. Address letters to
"Friend of Business Education." P. O.
Box 509. El Paso. Texas.
All Work Guaranteed.
We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust Bldg.
Liey not -h
r 111! I ' UEPI 1 I X.
JmmmuuW IBJvfcR .
JW"9Jf 1 pills.
1K Dining Cars M
SP Standard Pullman g
Jg Chair Cars S?
Sp We have reduced 3
fipl round trip rates JS
ff to points North, -S
Wm. East and South- S
tHI "Ask Us." JR
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