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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Nov. 21, 1912
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
Another Big Purchase of Coats !
From a prominent Eastern Manufacturer, at an under-price, en
ables us to offer you these
MOST EXTRAORDINARY VALUES !
We have grouped these Coats in three great lots at fully a third
less than they should he marked, as follows:
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Lot No. 1--Women's and
Misses Coats at
That are really worth to $15.00 Long models, in dark and
English "man wear" mixtures, in reversible cloakings, of il
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the very iatest pattern, witn large conar ana cuns, ana
Vifi-ncnmo TviTHrm hiTnminfro. " f-
(See these coats displayed in our windows.)
Lot No. 3
Lot No. 2
Women's and Misses'
t) JL nt t? t)
That should be marked at $22.50.
This Jot presents the greatest
choke of the latest models in
novelty -weaves we have ever
shown. The materials are beauti
ful all wool reversible, in a splendid color range elegantly
Remarkable Values In Furs
As one customer remarked: I don't know why your prices are so
much less than others ask and this woman knew furs, too We
know the reason it's because we sell our furs several times each
season quick sales more sales and small profits that is the
We Have Single Furs at $4.50 and Up
and Beautiful Sets at $9.50 and Up
P 2 wk
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Women's and Misse
That should be marked up to $27.50.
All in the desired long models, belted
and box cut, with fur andcaracul col
lars, or reversible a brilliant choice of
the season's most favored materials
with the new shades of brown foremost The values are most
RemarkaMe Values in Curtains
A "Friday Flyer" 100 pairs of Fine
at The Pair
25c and 30c Scrims, Friday 15c Yard
Every desired skin it present, in the newest design or shape of the II In Oriental and floral design borders absolutely fast colorings and
season's production. II excellent qualities A special for Friday only.
FRIDA Y, THE DA Y FOR REMNANTS A T HALF VALUE !
Eemnants of Silks, Woolns Y ash Materials, Flan- "" "Remnant CbTufiergiH tire Center Aisle, Linen See
nelettes, Cotton SuSkfes. Table Linens, etc.. at Half . -
Value. y fou an(i m the Basement Store 3M4asJ
Gilt and Silvered Hair Bands, with
beaded tassels and f
I cr J b lirf 40) Safe jriHdm
a.mic .sag wTB W3L sRI!bs3M893
Is ew Leather Bags, q o
An excellent choice, values to $2.00.
All afternoon and night trains are re
ported on time for Thursday.
XI S. Department of Agriculture,
q TV ShA:L'aCiX tt U l2i A u
Dr. R. M. Katltff. dentist. Sue. to Dre.
i--aget & Katun, zv4-b-, capiee .Bldg.
Oppose Newspaper Law.
Chicago, UL, Nov. 21. The Illinois
Daily Newspaper association has gone
on record in opposition to the recent
federal regulations regarding- regis
tration of newspaper ownership,
stockholders and circulation.
Prompt Hack Service.
Potneroy s hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting yoar call. Phones,
Surrenders to Chicago Felice.
Chicago, I1L, Nov. 2L A. P. Pree
man, 40 rears old, local agent and
solicitor lor the Barr & Biden Mer
cantile Agency of St. Louis, for whom
a warrant charging the operation of
a contiaence game had been issued.
surrendered to the police and later
was released on bonds of $600.
Dr. Hell tenon, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Bfeert, Dentist 26-218 Mills Bldg.
Inspect Possible Recruits.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 21. A reporter
for a morning paper in this city, who
had himself arrested on a' fictitious
charge of being an expert pickpocket
of Cincinnati prevented the escape of
five men f.rom the city prison here.
The newspaper man acted for the
warden of the prison who had reason
to believe that ,a plot to escape was
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Keedtag glasses? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Br. CamersB, dentist, 22S Mesa Ave.
Inspects Possible Recarlts.
MaJ. C. N. Barney, of the El Paso
recruiting office, has been in Albuquer
que to inspect an assorted lot of pros
pective defenders of the nation.
Dr. Anna Renin, Buckler Bldg.
Kor house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegrapbone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Te Address Men's Club.
This evening the Men's club of the
church of St. Clement will have the In
tricacies of the parcels post explained
to it by David McKnight. This is the
regular monthly meeting of the club.
Dr. Nettle Satferlee, osteopath, 609
American Bank Bldg., phone HL
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver, 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Charged With Taking Chickens.
Jesus Gutierrez and Jose Martinez,
two young Mexican boys, were arrested
by the police Wednesday night on a
charge of stealing chickens It was
alleged they secured a number of fowls
from the neighborhood between Fourth
and Fifth streets
Obrrafeea taken at p a-CWeatcitr-aCh tno
tsftn tune. Air pressure reduced to sea IbtbL
Isobxm (ooatlnuoHS Hnaj) dim throaen.ianU
of eacal air DroHura. Jsorataia (Ootted llncj)
pass tferosgh points of 4ul temperature: drawn
only Jfer zero, fraezlae, 90, and xXP.
O dear; Q partly cloudy; $ clocdn
(tin; enow: ) report missing.
Arrow Sjrwitt. tits wind. Fitrt Osarea, teaper
atatc; feMiid. praclpltattoa M .lnck or Siors
UK pat H hours: third. ratilEtm wind reW
Paso, Thursday, Nov. 21, 112.
El Paso and vicinity: Fair tonight
and Friday; colder tonight.
New Mexico: Tonight fair; colder
In southeast portion. Friday -fair.
West Texas: Tonight fair and cold
er: freezing in north portion. Friday
iair; coiaer in southeast portion.
1 ' LIKE A B2EE2E J
BOT TOO MUCH
from EI Reno for D. B. Pincham, who . second annual session of the Minne
was arrested here by the city detectives ! sola Conservation and Agricultural
Tuesday, according to messages re- Development congress which is being
city detective department. At the time
Pincham was arrested, silverware es
timated to be worth several hundred
dollars, and a box of clothing was recovered.
Dr. A. T. Still Ostcopthlc Infirmary. -Dr.
Ira W. Collins, physician in chief; !
uv. Amelia nurK, jjr. urace i'arKer, Ur.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street
Seek to Prevent Car Shortage.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 21. The
car shortage problem will, be dealt
with immediately by a committee of
the American Railway association.
The interstate commerce commission,
which has undertaken to break up the
practice of railroads making unwar
ranted use of the equipment of other
lines, has been advised that the Ameri
can Railway association has appointed
Fairfax Harrison, president of the
Monon railroad; R. H. Aishton, of the
Chicago & Northwestern, and T. E.
Clarke, of the Delaware. Lackawanna
& Western, to enforce the rules gov
erning the interchange of cars.
held here In connection with the North
western Products exposition. Howard
Elliott, president of the Northern Pa
cific railway, emphasized the import
ance of the "conservation of railway
service" as a vital factor In the na
Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist, 501-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldg., phone 1650.
Gem Electric Co 601 San Antonio St
Have your electrical work done by
Co., 119 n. Stanton St Both phones.
A 111 Take Pincham Back.
Oklahoma authorities are en route
Mexican Herald on Sale
at Wards Pharmacy, in EI Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens In Mexico.
Urge Better Banking Laws.
Minneapolis, M'nn , Nov 21 Better
banking laws were advocated at the
Dr. Jones, foot specialist. Mills Bldg
Carnegie Increases Endowment.
New York, N. Y., Nov. 2L An addi
tion of $2,000,000 to the endowment
fund of the Carnegie foundation for
the advancement of teaching was an
nounced by Andrew Carnegie at a
meeting of the trustees of his founda
tion here. The endowment now stands
at $14,000,000. with a million dollars
surplus. The money was conveyed to
the trustees in steel corporation bonds.
Ei Paso readings: Today Yes'y
Sam. 6 pm,
Barometer' (sea level) .....38.00 29.78
Dry thermometer . : ..'' 4 59
Wet thermometer .-.."..'.... 89 47
Dew point , . . 31 34
Relative humidity ?... 64 39
Direction of wind NE SE
"Velocity of wind 17 9
State of weather Cl'dy Cl'dy
Rainfall last. 24 hrs 24
Highest temp, last 24 hrs... 63
Lowest temp, last 12 hvs. . . 38
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark. 11.3 feet Rise in last
24 hours, 0.1 foot
ing the painting of the body with col
lodion and the lighting of the collodoin
with a match. Harold Kabn, aged IS.
is perhaps fatally burned. Five high
schoc-i students are fearful of arrest,
while school fraternities are likely to
be forbidden. Young Kalin was taken
to a hospital after his initiation.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach. In
testines, metabolism. 403-4 Roberts
Stuart makes good fotos.
Dr. Bryan, dentist 107 BI Paso street
Initiation May Prove Fatal.
Boise. Idaho, Nov. 21. As the result
of the initiatoiy rites of the K V V
a high school fraternity here, includ
Dr. JaBiicson, diseases of kidius,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
How about your Thanksgiving
clothes? If you have failed to get our
order in for & suit or overcoat don't
"worry. Call and see those uncalled-for
tailor made clothes at Pearson's, 110
1 Quart Aluminum Sauce Cfr
2 Quart Aluminum Sauce 7C
Pans i DC
3 Quart Aluminum Sauce fw f
Large Aluminum Fry 7ELir
Pans -. i DC
6 Quart Aluminum Pre- $f -fl f C
serving Kettle P 1 tsD
ft the standard of the country.
6 Inch Butcher Knives, 5fh
7 Inch Butcher Knives, G.fr
8 Inch Butcher Knives, rap
only S DC
Lay in a Supply of Aluminum Ware and
"Universal" Percolators SZlTSSSffiJt
Made of Aluminum, nickel plated. only, each pX3v
The-best PereotetoT made.
s P A (( Nickel Plated Coffee Xttta, nn
Nine Cup aj. gn "
Sie PT'ww Hot Waffles are deliekms, especially
Food Choppers J" eooked ia riswold Waffle
"Universal" Food Chop- A ey jf ,
pars, medium size tJ?JLj High one for use on A -i J"
Large rf-i -rj gas stove JJL.OU
.. Low one for O C
The latest, improvement in house A fn ,ine of jj g aBd SH.
cleaning. You simply pass the mop ,, ...
over the floor. It picks up the dirt, ver Pited TWw- Our tabic
that's all. rti -J F? A cutlery in solid steel is also corn
Price tJ)i.OU plete.
106-8-10-12 North Stanton St
TOLTEC ELECTS ITS
OFFICERS FOR YEAR
It was gridiron night at the Tol
tec club Wednesday evening. At the
annual election of officers and ban
quet the members were grilled over
the fire of caustic oratory and good
U. S. Stewart was elected president;
James Vance, vice president; T. M.
Wingo. treasurer, and S. C. Awbrey,
secretary. The four new directors
elected are H. "W. Broaddus, W. F.
Payne, Claiborne Adams and T. M.
Wingo. Among the speakers were
Philip Hamlin, of Denver; Mark
Thompson, of Las Cruces, and Cark. H.
M. Cootes, of the Second cavalry,
judge John Franklin was toastmaster.
AT TUB CKAWFORD.
Myrtle Vane and Mr. Taylor scored
another big success last night in "The
Burglar and.theLadjr," but the big-
them all is
promised tonight Friday and Saturday
nights jrth matinee Saturday when
Mr. T7iur will produce "Facing the
FIND SEVERE COLD
ON NEW MEXICO HUNT j
Dr. B. M. Worsham, Dr. S. T. Turner
and Allen H. Rodes have returned from
a"hunt up In the Black Range and Mo
gollon mountains. They were 'accom
panied by a party of Deming people
and made the trip from Deming to the
G. O. S. ranch In automobiles and from
there a considerable distance by wa
gon, making the last stages of the
journey on muleback. Dr. Turner re
ports that the mountains were cov
ered with snow on the tops and that
there was two Inches of ice on the
water where they were camping. They
killed several deer and had a good time.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern- Fuel Co.
Behavior is a mirror in -which every
one displays his own image. Goethe.
BOWELS BAD, LIVER
If Constipated, Bilious,
Headachy, Stomach Sour,
get a 10 cent, bo of-
AT TUB BL PASO.
The Thanksgiving attraction at the
1 Paso will be "The Girl from the
U. S. A." There will be two per
formances on that date, matinee and
night. Seats go on sale at Ryan's
next Wednesday morning. The prices
are: Night, $1.50. $1.00 and 76c. Mat
inee, $1.00, 75c and 50c. Adv.
No Nore Soppy
S'e Arm-Pit Perspiration or Oder.
HIPPODROME SKATING llIXIv.
There is a large increase in the at
tendance of women at. the rink. This
is due tt the- rfaot- thai there is no
sign of rowdyism. The management
of the floor with Ernest Houghs in
charge and with special officer Par
sons on the door to keep out all ob
jectionable people, is orderly and it
is Indeed a pleasure to skate under
such pleasant conditions.
Ladles may come to the rink any
morning from 10 to 12 and obtain ,
skates with instruction free of charge, i
RUXXISfG GAS MAIXS UXDBR
22 SANTA FE TRACKS
A large gang is at work running gas
mains through the Santa Fe reserva
tion and under the 22 tracks thereon.
One of the lines is 1500. feet long and
is oi xz incaes jouvmeterKwmie tne
other Is 800 feet f -six inch. pipe.
The lines will he run into, the holder
and ' from there the gas will be dis
tributed about town to consumers by
the other line. It is expected that
this method of distribution will be
come effective about December 1.
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You men andVwcanefc who can't get
feeling right wfiVf " Have headache.
coatedT tongue, foul taste and foul
breath, dizziness, can'r sleep, are bil
ious, nervous and upset, bothered with
a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or
have back-ache and .feel worn out.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets, r merely forcing a
passageway eveiy few days with.
salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This
Cascarets work while you sleep;
.cleanse and regulate the stomach, re
move the soot,- undigested and fer
menting food and foul gases; take the
excess bile front, the liver and carry
out of the system all the constipated
waste matter and poison in the intes
tines and bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will straighten
you out by morning a 10-cent box
from any drug store will keep your
stomach sweet; liver and bowels reg
ular and head clear for months. Don t
forget the children. They love Cas
carets because they taste good do
good never gripe or sicken. Adv.
HUNDREDS OF ZIMMERMAN'S
WANT TO SHARE IN KSTATE.
Kansas City, Mo. Nov. 21. Hun
dreds of letters from Zimmermans in I
all paiis of the United States who seejij
to aharaln the, million doilarTeWata-W' I
J. K. Brm'merman. formerly "WjSarOe
man of Waco, Texas, have been re
ceived by judge J. E. Guionotte of the
Kansas City probate court.
BABY BROKE OUT
I HEAT RASH
Turned Into Festers. Head, Face,
Groins and Chest Affected. Majss
of Sores. Itched Badly. Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Cured
Where All Others Failed.
V b.- J
t so Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co,
822 Georgia Ave., East Nashville. Tean.
"My baby -was about two months old
when he began 9 break out m small red
pimples like heat rash,
afterward turning into
festers. They gradually
spread until his little
head, face, groins and
cbeet. Ins head being -most
affected, became a mass
of seres with a great deal
of corruption. It became
offensive and gradually
grew worse. I kept a white cap on him
to keep him from scratching, it seemed to
itch so badly. It made hiav eroas and his
chest and groins would often bleed.
"Nothing seemed to help it. and I bad
almost come to the conclusion that my
baby's case was hopeless, when bearhsr of,
the Cntfcura Soap and Cutfcur Ointment,
I decided to try it- I used the CuWeura
Ointment on all affected parts at night
and the next morning used Cutk-ura Soap
and hot water as directed. I noticed at
once that baby rested better. I continued
it for a few weeks and my baby was entirely
cured by the Cutk-ura Soap and Ointment.
They cured where all others failed." (Signed)
Mrs. E. O. Davis. Nov. 2S. 1911.
Cuticura Soap and Cuucura Ointment are
sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept.T. Boston."
JKS-Tender-faced men should use Cuticura
Soap Shaving Stick, 2$c Sample free.
Gefc a box of I-ERSPI-NO right away
(a free powder pad in each box) and
get the surprise of your life. It means
good-bye to excessive and unnatural
perspiration, wherever it may be. that
makes you feel miserable. It means
good-bye to al dress-snicld misery; to
stained, faded, ruined dresses and
waists. You'll be fresh, dry Just
As a remover of perspiration odors
and a body sweetener, there is nothing
like it. Not a sticky, greasy cream!
it's a powder. Use it in summer when
it's hot. or in winter when your cloth
ing is heavy. Ifs a marvel.
PSRSPI-NO, sold rft drug and depart
ment stores, 25c a itoi, or sent on re
ceipt of price by The Perspo Co., Chi
For sale and recommended by Kelly
Pollard. Knoblauch Drug Co., Popular
D. G. Co. (Adv.)
I - ! -' S
and no more onpeasoat work
keeping them dean. For Sani-
Flfth wiU quickly make them
white as nets withoat scmbOpg
or teaching the bowl with the
Sant'Flash is a powdered chtmical
compound disinfectant and deo
dorant easy to ate and harmless
to botai and plumbing. Get a can
to-day and be worried no more by
a discolored water-closet bowL
25 cents a can at your
grocer's or druggist's
Friends Fussed at Her For
Being Lazy, When All She
deeded , "Was Cardni,
The WQtoanonic. . .
SpringfteW, TeRa. -la-tan ,irterest-
; ing letter from this 'place. Miss C. L.
Fuquay writes as follows: "I was
taken sick at ray sister's home, got up
too soon and came to ray home, which
threw roe into chills. Tins resulted
in womanly trouble
I was wkhut either energy or appe
tite, and ray friends fussed, at roe for
ray stupidness, and said I was lazy.
Bat anyhow. I grew worse, and
after taking- to my bed, I was under
the treatment ofa physician for over
a month, without relief.
At last my mother bought me a
bottle "of Cajrdui, the woman's ionic,
and before the first bottle was gone, I
was eating heartily, and before I had
taken all of four bottles. I was O. K.
m every way.
Cardui is what brought me relief,
and I hope every woman who sutfers
as I did,'will give it- a ttiai"
Cardui goes to the "weak spots, and
helps to make them strong. It is for
the weak, tired, nervous, irritable
women, who feel as. .though everything
were wrong, and need sometnins to
quiet their restless nerves, and strength
en their worn-out systems.
Thousands of women now enjoy
good health, as a result of taking Car
dui. Why not you? Try it.
N. B. "Write to: Ladles' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, TeniL, for SeelrrJnettwm
and 64-page, -book, "Hoi
for Women," "sent lat plain'
arf the PANAMA CANAL
2 CnK. bane HEW ORLEANS
By S. S. KroapiteMMta Crctua,
.Inn. 23 FMk. 10
IS days cmch $r5 aad np.
StnJ fir tilurviOud MAW
namtntrr- mriran XJae
02 Olite St., St. Louis,
or Local Agts.