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Tuesdav, December 10, 1912 1 i CALISHER'S I I For Rent! The Eeilre Calisher Stock For Rent ! iAflffrarffc; "EL PASO'S XMAS SI ORE "CALISHER'S 2, nrnniT nnraifs iF!GII Mh OP BOlRB MEETIHB Jan 1st, 1913. Entire 3rd Floor of the Calislier Building. ieautiful Art Furniture audi Rugs Will fee Sold Out Regardless of Cost On account of discontinuing these lines and moving the Bring" the Children I1 drapery Department t the Mezzanine Floor Jan 1st. Jan 1st, 1913. Entire 3rd Floor of the Calisher Building. Apply to Office Calisher Dept. Store Co. to See We Wil ese a I Sell Out Beautiful Risgs Tojrlaiid Presents a magnificent sight a veritable dreanv land with the brilliant dis- H anta uaiis With their two Reindeers, Dancer and Praneer, in his sleigh, direct from the Arctic regions to Calish- From the Orient, French and Domestic looms Art PlaJ of tempting toys of Wicker and Fancy Odd Pieces of Furniture, Lamps, eery Kimi, ruling every Cedar Chests, Screens, Uongs, Pictures, etc., etc., at er's flsn 'R n W tk"s rnenomenaiiy low r 8 rices I The Calisher Voting Contest Is in full swing. A $25.00 Bicycle for the table, counter and shelf in this greatest of all toy stores There's not a toy or game missing every ale Will Begin Thursday, Dec. 12th SCL isTilresented here This will be the greatest opportunity that has ever pre- .BrinttiechildreTm sented itself-just at the season when such merchan- and lef them reyel the ui&e is uivsi, 111 ueiuanu. -joine m anu maive your seiec- ?Qi:n.i,c, n$ n,, VirvTT nnniTTiTiiY' i-Via -rv-i-icrf "fnrme QC oml-y qc "nncc'TVIo -fvvn o4- 1iq nvinot mo-ilm-J " votes. these goods will go with a rush and all El Paso knows fpalnnrS prtv outfit for the girl receiv- rare and "beautiful real Oriental, French Wilton and ing the most votes and a Art Pag Rugs, and Artistic Home Furmshings, as are Handsome Prize to every shown here in this big 3rd Floor Section. boy or girl who receives 1000 votes or more. g Xmas A Pi oil KJ- JStf -Jrt fc - -'fa School Finances Discussed in Executive Session; Mesa School Now Bailey. tion. Fur Sets-Just Sn ( HEART t Hi nil jfSi . "7 i i irni iMiir' m set. i Tell your Mends to cast their votes for you. Beautiful white furs of rich appearance real furs speciallv priced $24.50, $27.50 to $42.50 Set, i4 u EWS BREVITIES (Advertisement.) Train Bulletin. T. & P. train No. 6. due at 9:06 p. ni ls reported to arrive at 11:35 p. m. All other afternoon and night trains are reported on time for Tuesday. Dr. Ebcrt. Dentist. 2x6-218 Mills Bid?. merce has been indefinitely postponed. Owing to the approach of the holidays it is possible that the trip may be postponed until after the new year. Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave. Directs Traffic For Gould Lines. Denver., Colo., Dec 16. Vice presi dent E. lu Brown, of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad announces that J. M. Johnson, vice president of the Missouri Pacific, has been appointed director of traffic of all the Gould lines west of the Mississippi. Bicycle Claimed By Boy. Luis Portillo was arrested by the po-Ix-e yesterday while Uiding a bicycle claimed by B. Barcerias. a messenger bov. Portillo asserted that he had purchased the bicycle at Juarez. Mexican Herald on Sale at "Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com Ilete and reliable news of what hap tens in Mexico. Gem Xlectric Go., 61 San Antonio 'St. Fire In Feed Store. Fire of an unknown origin started a blaze- in the feed store at the cor ner of Second and Chihuahua streets, which called out the Central fire com pany at 11:40 oclock Tuesday mornln?. There was no damage. Kcads Guilty; Fined $100. ' Celia Jones who was arrested by the police on a charge of running a disorderly house in the 400 block on Jorth Oregon street, Monday after noon, pleaded guilty and paid a $50 fine. For Sale Static X-Ray machine, new, fully equipped, bargain. 214 Roberts Banner Bldg. Phone 6, Mexicans Coins' Home For Christmas. Mexicans are coming in from Kansas and Missouri railroad camps to spend Christmas with their families in Mex ico. Tuesday morning there were 15 of them at th union station bound for Guanajuato. Dr. A. T. Stai Osteopthlc Infirmary. Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief; Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker. Dr. Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians? 201 TVe3t Missouri street. An auto hit her in the region of the fifth vertebra and she died a martyr to modernity. "Why pay ?1.00 per hour when you can get your work done for 756 per hour? We employ union labor; lowest prices on material. Quality House, 110 . Stanton St Texas Electrlcnl Supply Company. "Woman Pea da Xot Guilty. Lockport, N. Y., Dec 10. Mrs. Mary Hanner. charged with shooting her husband, George Hanner. when placed on trial pleaded not guilty. The shoot ing occurred while the-Hanners were on an automobile trip. District at torney Ackerman said he would show that Mrs. Hanner shot her husband, the cause being love for another man. shall, of Mew York; Albert H. Marshall, of Chicago; Harry W. Wil liams, of Sheboygan. Wis.; and Albert T. Kirk, of Shell City, Mo. Dr. Xettle Satterlee. Mills Bldg., Phone 141. osteopath, 413 j Dr. Garrett, diseases seomach and in- Auto ambulance. Peak Undertaking Co. Dr. J. H. Facet, dentist, 501-S02 Roberts-Banner Bldg, phone 1650. Discusses Train Schedule. A. N. Brown, general traffic man ager of the El Paso & Southwestern railroad, arrived in El Paso from his Chicaga headquarters Tuesday morn ing for the purpose of discussing the plan to run trains 5 and 6 through to Tucson instead of to Benson as at present. Dr. Anns Reum, Buckler Bldg. Succumbs to nealth Failure. Denver. Colo, Dec 10. -Wilson Ar nold, father of mayor Arnold, died suddenly at his home, of heart dis ease. He was 76 years old. Mayor Arnold arrived from his office a mo ment after his father succumbed. Dr. ItaiTlIncs has removed to 484 Roberts-Banner Bldg. Practice limited to obstetrics and diseases of children. Auto Trip Postponed. Inclement weather has so affected the upper valley roads that the auto trade trip of the chamber of com- Thls Hen Didn't Cross the Road. A, hen failed to cross the road on West Franklin street Monday after noon. She started across for the old, old reason that hens cross the road. Has Prize "Whiskers. Looking like the second return of Alexander Dowie, Thomas G. Lemmon, of Dallas, displayed the finest set of chin whiskers yet seen in captivity. Mr. Lemmon two ms, please is a book publisher of Dallas and came here on mining business, being interested in some Arizona properties. In addition to his patriarchial whiskers, Mr. Lem mon wears two pairs of nose glasses at the same time. Dr. R. 31. Ratliff. dentist. Sue to Drs. Faget & Ratliff, 204-5-6. Caples Bldg. Steallr.jr Laprobes. Since the cold weather there have been four thefts of laprobes reported to the police, the aggregate value of which, R is stated, would approximate ?75. The favorite haunt of the Jap robe thief the police say is around the theaters when a play Is in progress. For bouse irlrinn and fixtures see the National Telegraphone and Supply Company, 317 ililla street. Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach, Intestines.rl'oberts-Banner Bldg. Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 El Paso street. Meningitis In Austin. Louis Heep, a second year student at the University of Texas, whose home is at 1518 Mundy avenue, has written that spinal meningitis is prevalent at Austin, Texas. The writer stated that there were 10 cases of the disease in the neighborhood in which he lives. Several El Pasoans reported Tuesday morning having received similar news. Prompt Transfer Service. For prompt baggage, livery, hack and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's Ei Paso Transfer. Phone 2444. Prescott Boosting. The board of trade of Prescott, Ariz., has sent a large picture of the plaza of that city to the El Paso chamber of commerce for exhibition in the trade trip corner. The picture is framed in Arizona pine and a pen nant with the name of the town is to be hung above It. Soldier Boy Is Missing. L D. Childress, 1508 West Main street, Richmond. Va, has written police chief I. X. Davis to locate his son, Monroe Childress, a rtlsfh3ri.ri cM,n0. j of company C, 22d infantry. 3hildress j was dischargtd from Fort Bliss in October. The writer stated that he had sent money to his son, but it had been returned. ' The gentle breaking of the news that, the building -fund of the schools was depleted or that at least what was left was spoken for, according to pur chasing agent V. IZ. Sawyer brought an interesting meeting' of the school board Mondaj night to a sudden close. Adjournment was lollowed by a call for an executive session for the pur pose of doctoring up the depleted build ing fund, and some other things which were not given out for publication. Holidays Start December -0. It is Drobable that the teachers of the schools will receive their salary for j police and other employes of the city. The Christmas vacation in the schools will horrln nrt nOTTllT- ?0 ami pnil nn I January 6. j The November Deficit. I The deficit for the month of Nbvem ; ber, according to the report of Mr. Sj.wver submitted to the board,. amounted to $1G,9S5.54. The surplus for October 31 was given at $24,781.18. The deficit taken from that amount leaves the balance on November 30, $7,795.64. The report shows the building fund on nwpmher 1 with a balance of $7,709.63. I The total expenditures for the month I were given at $17,109.34, less total rev 1 enue, $123.80. For five months this I year the expenditures were rendered at $57,671.59, with revenue ror the same I period being given as 565,567.23. Rpvolutionlzintr tne high school sys tem was broached by Dr. E. H Irvin. president of the board, who advocated giving more education that met the re quirement of individual cases. He I stated that 'he thought the academic courses in the high school could be cut down one-half by not making the preparation of students for college courses the whole thing. "Would Eliminate Two Languages. It anything hadfito be cut, W. C. White, a member of tne board, advo cated leaving out the French and Ger man and giving more Spanish. N. R. Crozier, superintendent of the schools, advanced the proposition that earning capacity was enhanced by ed ucation, and promised to submit to the school board a treatise on that subject. He cited the instance of a student in the high chool, who. when he gradu ated in J uary, would step into a po sition th would pay him $75 a month. Dr. Irviit .-xpressed himself as being in favor of a system being installed whereby the boy who could not afford to go to college would be made a car penter or a mechanic right in school, so that when he graduated he would be able to earn his living from the start. Dr. Irvin favored the plan of prepar ing students only for the University of Texas, saying that the school was good enough for anyone. Mesa School Name Changed. The board held Its last meeting at the Mesa school Monday nlgnt, for hence forth the school is to be known as the Bailey school, named over the objection of J. E. Morgan and F. B. Simmons. In honor of Mrs. B. B. Bailey, who devoted 25 years of her life to teaching school in El Paso. The suggestion to change the name of the school had been pre viously proposed by J. F. Coles. When the matter was brought up for the sec ond time, W. C. White made the motion to have the name changed. He was seconded by Herman Andreas. Mr. Mor gan said that he was opposed to naming the schools after any living persons, but considered that a school named after some person "in history" was all right. Mr. Andreas then told about the time that Mrs." Bailey used to teach him in that school 25 years ago, and how she had devoted so many years of her life to teaching. Dr. Irvin put the question to a v6te. with the result that Andreas, White and Primm voted to change the name, and Simmons and j Morgan voted against it. Dr. Irvin did not vote. Superintendent's Report. The report of superintendent Crozier for the scholastic month ending No vember 22, showed an enrolment in the different schools of 5326, an Increase of 273 over last year at the correspond ing time. The grand total of the aver age belonging was given at 4799, an Increase of 254 over that of last year. Mr. Crozier reported that the additional grade had been opened at the San Ja cinto school. The lack of desks, he said, prevented the opening of a grade at the Alamo school, and thought now It would be advisable to wait until the opening of the second term to open the ppers As an appropriate gift for any member of the family there is none that gives as much pleasure and comfort as a pair of house slippers. We are showing a beautiful line priced from 50c to $L 50 fipSas? " Br araggrjWBBff' III 204 San Antonio Street J The Unvarying Goodness Ha 3 ' '" ' - -' T' ill ' "" ' t-t r " .-SHE' trap TAST OF 'THE TOgtS El Paso Theater fiKKS TOE &AGE OF TOS eONWMEMTiJ LEDGER. 111 "Szujacme wesvf. Ixziz$ktibi &okepz Wfc gfjj TgEsazx. cmaaxwx Jba juj. tkos IHs fj ExtomiTmS ax&Bizs. ' ' wm M-l-lI. "-!li )'iu.i..,il)i!ii. .inn ! I i uii, .s;:,ilrwm.lllll gcC'SygRy Little Moveheht Has a Keanikg ail jt owkw"S Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kldn rs. bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg Dr. Jones, foot specialist. Mills Bldg. Stolen' Jewels Are Returned. London, Eng, Dec 10. A rumor is current in London that the Irish crown jewels which were mysteriously stolen from Dublin castle In 1907, have been as mysteriously replaced intact in their original positions. The jewels stolen were those used In the cere mony of investure in the Order of St. Patrick, the processional cross studded with diamonds and the jeweled sword, valued in all at $250,000. Photos Taken at night as well as day time, by appoint ment only. Stuart. 228 Mesa. Indicted On Fraud Charge. Chicago, 111, Dec 10. Four former officers of the Empire Portland Ce ment company, with offices in Chicago and Cincinnati, have been indicted by the federal grand jury here. on charges of using the mails to defraud. Cement dealers throughout the coun try have lost sums aggregating $120, 000, according to the charges. The defendants named are Arthur G. Mar- gfJat Say" iKlUt Wc to SZ.OU. Seat Sale Begins Saturday. Mail orders must be accompanied by postal or express orders. Mail orders filled in the order of arrival. Positively no free list, i! ftaans Original and Gsnuino The Foad-drinfc far AH iiges. More healthful thoa Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the vcakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted grain, powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a ruinate Take no substitute. AskforHORLICK'S. Others are imitations. Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bids,-. Needing glasses; See our optician. Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg. AMUSEmEN'TS. " AT THE CRAWFORD. Albert Taylor is giving another good one in the performance of "In the Bish op's Carriage." The bill is an excel lent comedy and it well fitted to Mr. Taylor's entire company. Wednesday afternoon will be a special matinee for women and a souvenir of a hand painted cup and saucer will be given to all women present. Adv. "THE COXFESSIOX." El Paso will see the first appearance of JamM Halleck Reid's play. "The Confession," on December 11 and 12 at Mr. Reld has used' In the theme of his play a most powerful and vital subject. J ana yei mere is not a line that would offend the most sensitive. Rather he has compiled a story of intense dra matic interest with a strong uplift pur pose and a great lesson. His play will be interpreted by some of America's foremost and distinguished players, artists whose names have ap peared prominently In every dramatic offering. The production of "The Confession" should be looked forward to with the keenest of interest A scenic produc tion has been built worthy of this play and its cast. Advertisement. of Buster Brown Bread accounts for its immense popularity. Every one co nnected with this institu tion works with this point in view: To -produce better bread today than yester day if possible. Buster Brown Bread comes to you wrapped in waxed paper. For Sale by All Grocers. B A K 1 N'G COMPANY RESOLVED:--- yO O J ONE'NEVER, Oi TIREJ OF dU,5- " v TER BROWN VX BREAD. GOOD 3 h TIME-S A DAY BaJ ALL THE YEAR pjS .wrt.1 4 hi I . Jf Fnritx Pastries Are Best grade. It was imperative, the super intendent stated, that additional sehool furniture be ordered at once, since no school desks were in stock. TO USE CUSTOM HOUSE TO RELIEVE THE RUSH Registered mail will be cared for at the custom house at the union station during the coming Christmas rush. The custom station will be used for for warding registered pjall aid five clerks will be stationed there during the holi days, in the past" a store room has been retned In the wholesale district ESCAPES FROM COLORADO JAIL; IS CAUGHT IX SEV MEXICO Brighton. Colo., Dec 10. James Staton. the alleged horse thief, who Tvlfli TtVflnl? T. Qtntth pnnfaaGAjl alava. of detective Jesse Stingley. escaped t tor U'3 overflow worK. from tne jail here on .Nov. Zi, has been captured at Clayton, N. 1L, according to a dispatch to sheriff Schloo. The sheriff expects to leave tonight . to bring the prisoner back. EI Paso's stores are now exhibiting complete stocks for ta Christmas trade. Shop early and avoid the Christmas week rush. nttfcZi" 30.2:303 ZE6 IX S. Department ot Agriculture, WBATHER BUREAU z WILUSJLMOORE.Chiei; TIZ For Sore Feet Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweaty Feet. Callouses. Bunions and Chil blains, ngnt off. At all druggists, 25 c for a iig box. HIPPODROME. The masquerade ball' was a big suc cess at the Hippodrome skating rink. Various prizes were given for the dif ferent costumes. During the next two weeks various races will be given nightly, as has al ready been published. One hundred women's fine roller skates have Just arrived. Remember, there are no extension skates at the Hippodrome. Advertisements. i HIGH V-sa? Un : eatj g6.27 krtbxJ, S5S--KL ;-' y AejirTbf z ll0 z fL -It- r I uwt, I rJ jr Lc. W. v". .I" r-Y S s ic zz -&?rJ&sJ:ia?0-jsi a ii r a.r it : ra p a i i t - -i&jpcz w-fcsi - cfy n r i vhvjot" V ti ' 4 I "DT IP X - f-.k4sr OiO .. 'ttt','" EXPLAN-ATORY NOTES. Ob;erraUons taken cts t.a.. sovanty-2nh xa fldlan time. Air preuto roducetl to sea IveL (foolm (continuous Haas) psa throarh points cr eautl air pressure. IuoTHEnio (dotted linos) pauthroaBh polntsof equal tenperature: arawn only for zero, freesicr. SOP. and xxf. O clear; partly cloudy; cloudyj rain: mow; report misslnz. Arrows fly with tho TrtnO. First flcures. temper cture; second, prec: citation of .01 Inch or iaor for past 21 bouts; third, maximum wind Telo Uy. SUX PLATS RETURX EXGAGE.1IEXT TUESDAY. At exactly 10:48 a. m. Tuesday the sun condescended to shine for the first time since Thursday. It was a sickly sort of a smile as if the sun had been playing hookey and expected a call. But it was welcomed by a populace which has been reared on sunshine and cannot accustom itself to the damp and dreary stuff the weather man has been serving for the last four days. Hotel Pa.io del Norte. The dining room. and grill of Hotel Paso del Norte is open until midnight. Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser vice. Advertisement. A few loose diamonds left at remark able low prices at Kline's Curio Shop. Advertisement TRUSTS MATSOT BE ABLE TO COLLECT OX DEBTS. Chicago, HI.. Dec. 19. Trusts will not be able to collect through the courts a single penny of debts- due them if the supreme court upholds the contention made in a case brought be fore it. The Corn Products Refining com, of New York, sued to recover J 1247 from the D. R. Wilder Manufacturing company, of Atlanta, Ga.. for glucose and, grape sugar sold to the Atlanta company. In a nswer the action against it. the Atlanta company pleaded that the Corn Products Re fining company had monopolized the glucose and grape sugar business and that it had entered into rebate con tracts with Its patrons, all in viola tion of the Sherman anti-trust law. Only once, in recent years has the point involved been before the su preme court. That was In the Con tinental Wall Paper case, in which the court refused to lend itself to a col lection of a debt, because of an il legal combination in violation of the Sherman law. "WILL GET DKCEMr.SU PAY IX TIME FOR CHRISTMAS. Following- a long established cus tom, all city employes will receive their December salaries on December 24 this year in order that they may Buy their ner. On-Christinas day the firemen who are on duty will be allowed two, hours for dinner so they will hava plenty of time to digest it. HI Paso. Tuesday. Dec. 1, 1912. Forecasts. El Paso and vicinity: Unsettled" to night and Wednesday; coder. New Mexico: Tonight and Wednes day generally fair; not much change in temperature. West Texas: Tonight and Wednes day unsettled; colder tonight except in southeast portion; colder Wednesday. EI Paso Readings. j SIHOOV. BU1-. V Barometer (sea level) S0.0S Dry thermometer 41 Wet thermometer Jft turkeys for Christmas dla-i Dew point jg Keiative humidity 91 W. G. Barnes, assistant general freight agent of the El Paso & South western, has gone to San Francisco err a business trip. Today. Yestrdy. P a.m. 6 p.m. 30.1 S 43 4 3S 85 SB Direction of wind NE velocity of wind 1 Z State of weather Cloudy. Cloudy R-ilfall last 24 hours T Highest temperature last 24 hours 45 Lowest temperature last 12 hours .40 Constipated ?. Co To Your Doctor It is impossible to be well, simply impossible, if the bowels are consti pated. Waste products, poisonous substances, must be removed from the body at least once each day, or there will be trouble. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills, gently laxative, all vegetable. He knows why they act directly on the liver. XnT si00""