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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, Xov. 23, 1912
The Great Pre-Xmas " Make-Room " Sale Continues
With Greater Attractions and Greater ValuesEconomies Unsurpassed Anywhere !
Satin Fiaish Ticking
In choke patterns, regu
lar 35e. Mob- 1 C
No limit. (Basement)
Soft, smooth fiirk&. reg
ular 10c Mon- y
Limit 10 yds. (Basement)
8., xhe Cabsiier Department Store Co., Inc. .. . I
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77ie preliminary opening of Toyland the crowding for space, demands instant
purchases here will save
Womenfolks Are Just Beginning to Ap
preciate These Wonderful Values in Coats
A nartimilarlv fortunate "special irureliase' of course from
a manufacturer who needed the nionev as badly as we need- ('
ed the coats onlv Ave knew it and he didn't. That's how i
we are able to offer you these big values! The purchase in- ,
eluded 122 coats of the latest designs, which Ave grouped
into three big lots, as follows:
For Coats that
were made to
sell at $15.00.
For Coats that
were made to
sell at $22.50.
$-t Q ftf FOR COATS THAT WERE MADE TO SELL AT $25.00 AND $27.50.
I Q ? jThe three Jots embracing a wide variety of the newer models, in fancy, re
versible materials, with the much favored "blanket" collars, large cuffs
and patch pockets, with ornamental buttons of handsome design. Cut in the long,
straight, belted or box models with round skirt. At the price these are the best
values you have ever seen anywhere.
Womei's High Grade
Suits Specially Featured at
Graceful models of rich appearance, that were made
to sell at from $25.00 to $30.00 in a splendid gather
ing of late styles presenting the new desired weaves
and shades in a wide variety.
Dancing and Party Dresses
Specially Featured at . . .
For misses and small women, beautiful creations in
the favored shades for eveninsr. worth regularly up
to $22.50. The assortment presents a splendid choice j
or dainty models.
Monday OHly Q
la white, pink cC
or blue and baby pat
BeguJar 60c QQ
grade, with em- J W
broidered or lace trim
med' flounce (Basement)
10c Shaker Flannel
An excellent qual
Women's Fleeced Kimonos-Regular-
y 75c, in ex- OOt
cellent quality attrac
Women's House Dresses
In neat per- -Q
cales, well made v 7 L
and trimmed regular
$100 value. (Basement)
25c Table Oil deta
in marble or -IQ
fancy colors. A C
10c Shelf Oil Cloth
In fancy- scalloped
Charming Silks Underpriced Black Silks Underpaiced !
Silks of the better grades, specially
priced for Monday's selling, offering
most unusual economies.
36 IN. MESS ALINE, YARD QQ
Secularly $1.00. presenting aOiC
full range of all desired colors, aa ex
cellent quality, of lustrous finish.
35 In. Velvet Taffetas yd. d- - Q
Regularly $160, light or P i 1 27
dark colors, in every desired shade, in a
beautiful rich, quality and finish
24 In. Crepe Da Chine, yard wn
Cheney Bros, regular $1.00 grade, J C
in a full choice of colors for evening and
street wear, and black or white.
19 IN. TJAFFETA SILKS, yard PQ
Kegularly marked 75c, in all tbeOcC
new shades and desired colors, an excel
lent quality and value.
For Monday we specially feature Black
Silks of a dependable quality at a dis
tinct saving to you.
35 IN. BLACK TAFFETA, YD CQr
Regularly priced at $1.00. an OJC
excellent grade of rich, lustrous appear
ance. 35 In. Blk Velvet Tafeta, Yard on
A rich, smooth silk of lustrous O 27 C
finish; would be a good value at $1.00.
36 In. Blk Velvet Taffeta Yard QO
An exceptionally rich silk, of wOC
soft, even texture, worth all of $1.25.
36 In. Crystal Cord Ottoman f on
and Bengaline Silks, the ydPi5i'
Worth regularly up to $2 00. This is a
lemarkable value at the price, suited for
coats, suits and trimming; extra special
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reduction of stocks, which in turn demands reduction of priceYour Monday's
you one-half and one-third.
For the Cbarity Ball and Social Functions At-
1 a IT I'M T1 Am
tendant upon laanKsgivrng, fix i me
quisiie Evening Costumes, One-' Aj Regular
Half the Regular Price . . . Z Price
All Trimmed Hats
NT.CSTUME.S' $25.00 v.' $32.50 ImportedPatternHats,
costumes, $42.50 IZWCSTWAES $50.00 Tailored Walking Hats
AND SO ON THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE SELECTION AT HALF THE PRICE. d Childrei's Hats
Exquisite "Real' Furs
An underpricing neer before attempted at this season, and a better choice of dis
tinct he creations of tins character has never teen brought to your notice. Come in
Monday, take your choice of all the finer costumes regularly marked at $50.00 or more,
AT JUST HALF THE PRICE.
At prices to tempt purchasing for the
"Yuletide" gift season. Furs of char
acter presenting a rare choice of pure
vt hite and beautifully marked skins from
the animal kingdoms of the four corners
of the earth, at prices much less than
you'd expect to pay. We would direct
your attention especially to these genuine
Bed Fox Sets, at ?39 50
Cross Fox Sets, at $37.50
Iceland Fox Sets, at $14.50
French Coney Sets, at $12.50
And Chinese Wolf Sets, at. .$9.50
At the price, these furs cannot be dupli
cated elsewhere. Single pieces are also
shown at $4.50 and up.
Beautiful Marabouts in Shawl
Collars, Stoles and Neck Pieces
In taupe, black and white, natural and gray and
white. Coq Ostrich Neck Pieces in all desired shades
Your pick of the entire stock. Hats
that were particularly made for "Cal
ieher" trade. Color combinations of
es(ui3ite beauty. Models that earry
a note of distinction into any gath
ering, at just
HALF THE REGULAR PRICES.
FANCY PLUMES AND FEATHERS
AT HALF REGULAR PRICES.
Willow and French Plumes, Arettes,
Wings, Pom Poms, Brushes, Stieknps,
Quills and Feathers ef every desired
character, enter into this saJe at just
one half rjie regular prices.
25c Feathers, now "f O r
50c Feathers, bow r r
AND SO ON UP TO THB FINEST
PLUMES. HALF THE PRICE.
The Infant's Department
Presents a charming collection of dainty and nsefni
articles of adornment and wear in Toilet accessories
of real and French ivory and celluloid in colors or
white. Crocheted novelties in cute .and eunaing de
sign, sleeping garments, bath robes, khm'nos. sfarwls,
4.T PRICES THAT WILL TEMPT YOU TO BUY.
Of Toyland Saturday !
Was attended by a great multitude of both grown and
young folks eagerly examining Santa Claus' newest
delights The display, while not complete as yet,
caused many happy dreams to come to the youngsters
who delighted to view with rapture the many sparkling
and tempting things displayed The announcement of
the formal opening of this big Holiday Display will ap
pear in this space later.
Monday's Specials In Wool
Special at . .
In plain shades and fancy effects, a great gathering
to choose Irom, 44 to 54 inches wide Light or mwk
$2.00 NOVELTY DRESS SUITINGS t - OQ
Mannish mixtures and solid colors, in splendid me
dium and heavy" weight wool fabrics, up to 54 inches
wide, in both light and dark colors Regularly worth
UHE REGULARLY MARKED JRICES
ON ALL NOVELTY WOOL SUITINGS
that regularly sell at $2.50 the yard and
up. These suitings present a beautiful gathering of high
class novelties, in English fancies, French serges
and diagonals, in a inagnifieent color range 25 Per
lceht Off1 the" Regular Prices A greater value or bet
ter selection would he hard to find.
"Eskay" Derby Two-Clasp Gloves $1.50
A high grade French kid glove, in a full assortment
of sizes and all wanted shades one of the best'glove
values we have ever shown at any price.
'Eskay" Jady 16-Battoa Kid Gloves $2.75
Real French kid, with 3 ebtspe at the wrist, in black,
white or tan The best glove value at the price ever
"Eskay" Famosa Two-clasp Gloves $1.W
An excellent, serviceable glove, in all sizes and
shades A very special value.
Women's Silk Hose, Special at 95c
A "Charity Ball'' special, evening shades only
pink, light blue, violet, heliotrope, pearl, lavender,
grey and white the regular L35 grade, with deep
garter top, spliced heels and toes Special for Mon
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$4.00 HAIR BANDS Art -rj
A splendid assortment of beauti
ful pearl and rhinestone hair
bands regularly worth to $4.00.
Monday special at $2.75.
$2.00 GERMAN SILVER VANITY
PURSES Specially d aq
priced at P 1 0
A large assortment of novelty de
signs, with com. powder and mir
ror compartments, worth $2.00.
SATS HE WAS ROBBKD IN
AXJLEY BY TIIRE MEXICANS.
Shortly after Cruz Marcel arrived in
SI Paso Friday night, he was robbed
of $100 fey three Mexicans in the alley
near the interestcion of Third and
Oregon streets, according to the story
he told the police.
Patrolman Simpson, who was de
tailed on the case arrested Transito
Payan, who it was alleged, carried
Marcel in his hack to the alley. An-
tonio Tierrez and S. Rivera. Marcel
ioicl me aeiecuves mat alter ne
reached the alley and haji alighted
from the hack, he was grabbed by
htree Mexicans and dragged into the
I alley, -where he was robbed.
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Southwestern Federation HoIiIm Vnnnal
Election and Reducen Annual
TiifH Prdm Ki -in S2J0.
Officers for the ensuing year were j
elected at the annual meeting of the !
Southwestern Amateur Athletic federa- (
lion, neia at tne i. ai. ij. a. Saturday
morning. H. L. Mitchell, of the T. M.
C. A., was elected president, S. W. Ale x
ander, of the High school, vice presi
dent, and T. TV. Marshall, of the El
Paso Military institute, secretary -treasurer.
It was decided to hold the basketball
meet at Mesilla Park on Feb. 20, 21 and
22, and the annual track and field inert
at El Paso on May 3.
A majority of the members of the or
ganization favor an annual lawn tennis
meet and one will probablj be held in
this city in May or June
Trophies will be given to the -winner
of the basketball meet and if four
teams compete there -nill be a tropn
given for first place and one for sec
ond. A trophy will also be given the
team making the greatest number of
points in the track and field meet
The annual dues hae been reduced
from $5 to ?2.50
The application of the Cactus ilub
'for admission to the federation was re
ferred to a committee to be headed by
H. L. Mitchell..
The election of Mitchell as president
followed the report that coach Bade
noch, of the A. & M. would not accept
a renomination. Then Capt Albro and
Mitchell were nominated and two bal
lots resulting in ties, Albro withdrew
and Mitchell was unanimously elected
Those attending the meeting were ,
H L. Mitchell, representing El Paso i
Y M. C A.: S. W. Alexander and Nelson
Kheinheimer, representing El Paso
High school, Capt. A. B Albra and P i
TV. Rittiek. and T TV. Marshall, reprc- i
senting EI Paso Military institute, and j
J. TV. vViggs. representing New Mexico !
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Grammar School League Xeets. j
The Grammar School Athletic league
is holding its annual meeting for the j
purpose of electing officers at the T. '
M. C. A. this afternoon, and there will
be a meeting of the City Basketball
league there tonight at 8 43
Com pan H, of the 22d infantry, will
play the Cactus club, and the Y M C
V will meet the Catholic Athletic club
in practice basketball games at the Y
M C V. tonight
-et week practice ganus will be
piajed at the skating rink,
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Our automorJile ambulance has all modern conveniences. Is electric
heated, has running water, and all necessities for first aid to the injured
jar and vibration. Competent help in charge. Will go anywhere and
day or night. Phone No. 1 32.
. Free from
at any time,
Peak Undertaking Company
Little Blisters Forrqed on Ankle.
Raw Red and Inflamed. Swelled
Badly, Could not Wear Shoe. Cu-
iicura Soap and Ointment Cured.
Sharps. Va. "A Boston with the finger
on my ankle canood the trouble. After
the skin was scratched off just a small
place then little bHfters formed around it.
which made quHe a large sore The sore
was raw and the skin red and very much
inflamed. It caused the ankle and foot o
swell very badry. It continued to spread
and became very hurtful, so at times I
could not sleep, it would bum and Itch so,
but so tender I was afraid to scratch. I
hurt so I could not wear my shoe. I tried
many remedies and also washes, but all
proved a failure. It was sore for four
years or more, until I was recommended to
try the Cuticnra Soap and Ointment for
healing the skin. I purchased a box of
Cuticura Ointment and a cake of Cutteura
Soap and when I had used two boxes of
Cuticura Ointment with the Cuticura Soap,
it made a permanent cure and has not
been sore since." (Signed) Mrs. Addle I.
Phillips, Dee. 30, 1911
If you wish a skin clear of phnptos, black
heads and other annoying eruptions, hands
soft and white, hair live and glossy, and
scalp free from dandruff and itching, begin
to-day the regular use of Cuticura Soap for
the toBet. bath and shampoo, assisted by
an occasional nght application of Cuticura
Ointment. No other method is so agreeable.
so economical, and so often effective. Cuti
cura Soap (26c) and Cuticura Ointment
(5c) are sold everywhe-e. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with &2-p. bkm Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T.Boston
Ja-Tender-faced men should use Cuticura
Soap Shaving Stick. 25c Sample free.