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Wednesday, Dec 11, 1912
The Unique Theatre
THE O0ST MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE MOVING PIC-
I TURt HOUSE IN TMfc SOU i nuts I E
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"One Moment f PSease9 Here9s Dollars for YwVf
Yes, Mr. Man, We Virtually Hand You a Five or a Ten Dollar Bill With Every Suit or Overcoat You Purchase at the Bazaar's
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8EST VENTK.ATEO. CLEANEST
AND HOST COMFORTABLE
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EL PASO HERALD
Thousands of Representative Men, Leaders in Scores of Pursuits and Professions, Are Now Proclaiming the
Wonderful Savings that This Sale Affords.
Now, Mr. Men, before spending your money, come here and make a comparison and see the truth. When we say that we save you
from $5.00 to $10.00 on your Suit or Overcoat, we mean every word.
Come Today or This Evening and Do Your Christmas Shopping, for This is the Money Saving of a Life Time
COSSE TOM
Store Open Evenings
O'clock
ab b g ma m? di4ssaya.XM;aLMt3vF-,Y'':i,fiTl
Clifford J. Halpern,
Sa.es Manager
30 2
II S. Department oi Agriculture
WEATHER BUREAU-
3 'WILLIS L.MOORE. Chiefi
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EXPLANATORY XOTES.
Observations taien at 8 lhu seTent7-flfth me
Tldlan time. Air preseare reduced to sea level.
JS02AZS (coqttnuoas Unas) piss through point
of equal sirprssare. Isotherx? (dotted, lines)
pass throefli polntt of eqnalteapora tare; fawn
only Jbr zero, freezing, SO0, and BXr.
O dear; Q partly cloudy; clocdrt
rain: snow; report missing.
Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, temper
tor second. prodpiUtkin of SSL Inch or raor
for past 24 hours, third, maximum wind velo
ter.
DO YOTJ KNOW OF
NEEDY FAMILIES?
Scnil the Names to the Elks and they j
ill Send Christina Cheer Send
lhe Xaraes Early.
1 Paso lodge of Elks has taken up
u inniml work of atteoiDtine to alle-
i late the suffering on Christmas I
jnoiig the American families of the .
i U Exalted ruler W. W. Bridgers
w ruld like to get the name of every
iii-cdv deserving family in the city, to!
W Jiom a DaBtveL ul unsiiumj wuico
would be acceptable. He would like
to receive the names and addresses as
Mion as possible, so that a committee
iro-n the lodge may make personal in-
fstlgatiOH of the cases. He would
also like to receive the names of any
Tiprican children in need of shoen,
Siool hooks or anything necessary to
ndko them comfortable. These will
. 1. ho Investigated and cared for. The
lodge js not attempting to take care
Kl Paso, "Wednesday. Dec. 11, 1912.
KorecastH.
El Pas.o and vicinity Fair tonight
and Thursday: warmer Thursday.
New Mexico Tonight, generally fair;
colder In southeast portion. Thursday.
fair.
West Texas Tonight, fair; colder in
east portion. Thursday, fair and
warmer.
PROFITABLE SHEEP
YEAR IN ARIZONA
Rains In the Past Few Weeks Have
Made It Possible Larsf Lamb
Crop Saved This Year.
Prescott, Ariz., Dec 10. Unless af
fected by radical tariff legislation, the
sheep industry of northern Arizona
seems to have before it one of the
most profltabble seasons known for
years. Rains in November and Dec
ember and snow of late have assured
good feed on the lower plains, toward
which more than half a million sheep
now are being driven for lambing and
shearing. For the past two years lit
tle money has been i made by the
flockmasters and many of them havo
realized nothing during that period for
their labor and investment. Last
spring in a number of large bands
less than 50 percent of the lamb crop
was saved, while the wool market
has been rather unstable. These con
ditions, with little grass and with
dry and cold weather, were in marked
contrast to those of several years ago,
when bands of 3000 ewes were known
to return their owners a net profit for
the season of $10,000, with over 100
percent of lambs, worth $4 each, and
with wool at a high figure.
At Kingman has been organized a
Mohave Cbunty Cattle Growers asso
ciation, with Geo. A. Bonelll as presi
dent and C W. Davis as secretary. It
was agreed that the association affil
iate with the Arizona Cattle Growers'
association and that the closest of
cooperatton should prevail between
the stockmen of all sections 'of the
state.
Easy to End
CATARRH
Just Breathe Booth's HVP3IEI Kill the
Germs and Soothe the Inflamed
Membrane Start To-day.
Don't be prejudiced. There is not a
particle of morphine, cocaine, or any
injurious or habit forming drug In
HYOMEI. i
It is made of Eucalyptus and other
grand antiseptics. It will greatly re
lieve the misery of catarrh or any af
fliction of the nose and throat in fi e
minutes.
No stomach dosing just breathe HY
OMEI, it gets at the catarrh germs and
quickly destroys them.
Ask for HYOMEI (pronounced High-o-me)
outfit. It only costs $1.00. and
consists of a hard rubber pocket inhal
er, which can be carried in vest pocket,
a bottle of HYOMEI, a medicine drop
per, and simple directions for use. Ex
tra bottles 50c.
) .g druggists everywhere sell
Hi :, which is guaranteed to end
catai I., coughs, colds and croup, or
mon.e returned.
If you could go to the Eucalyptus for
ests of inland Australia you would
quickly get rid of catarrh. Booth's HY
OMEI brings the identical 4iir of these
forests direct to your borne. It Is a
most wonderful catarrh remedv. Ask
.Kelly & Pollard about it. Adv.
Venetian, lace bedspreads and table
covers one-third discount at Kline's
Curio Shop. Advertisement.
of the Mexican families for the reason
that the Charity association, the Sun
shine workers and the Salvation Army
are lookiag after these people. The
Elks hope to take Christmas cheer to
every American family in the city,
where Christmas provisions are really
needed or would be acceptable, how
ever. It is not necessary to be an
Klk to send in names of the needy.
OFFICERS DETAILED OX
DUTY AS INSTRUCTORS
First Lieut. Dean Halford. 22d in
fantry, at Fort Bliss, has been detailed
as professor of military science and
tactics at the We3t Texas Military
academy at San Antonio, Tex. He is
instructed to report there for duty on
expiration of his present leave.
Lieut. Augustus F. Dannemiller.
sixth infantr, well known in El Paso,
liavmg been stationed at Fort Bliss for
a long time, has been detailed as in
structor of the state militia of Idabo.
First Lieut. Kichard D. LaGarde. 10th
El Paso Readings.
Today. Yesdy.
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sea level) 36.17 30.00
Dry thermometer 29 45
Wet thermometer 2S 40
Dew point 26 34
Relative humidity 86 65
Direction of wind NW NW
Velocity of wind 9 15
State of weather clear clear
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp last 24 hrs.. 50
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 29
infantry, has been detailed for duty
with the Arizona militia, and Capt.
Henry S. Wagner. 14th infantry, with
the Texas militia.
Fort Bliss Is one of the few army
posts In the country with two ser-
; geants first class of the hospital corps.
siaiicnea mere. They are Clarence B.
4ogdon and Wm. W. Blcock.
Stocking) ttilrd with imported nocl-t-t-s,
5c to So. Elite Confectionery.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
EL PASOAXS GIVE THEIR EN
DORSEMENT OF OPTOMETRY LAW
Having been informed that an optom
etry bill will be introduced in the
next legislature, the objects of which
will be the regulation of the practice of
opticians, who fit glasses to the eye. re
quiring them to quallfv before a state
board of examiners, the primary ob
ject being to not only raise tho
standard of this calling, but to also
eliminate the transient spectacle fakers,
a number of El Pasoans have endorsed
such a measure, "believing such a law
will greatly benefit the general public"
according to the endorsement. The mat
ter will be presented to the next Texas
legislature. The endorsers Include
Park W. Pitman, county clerk: Will I.
Watson, county collector: J. D. Ponder,
county treasurer. R. D. Barnum. countv
auditor; J. W. Hadlock. surveyor: E.
Moye. president Union bank: A. T
Kern, president El Paso Bank and
Trust company W H. McCullough,
accountant: Peyton J. Edwards, sheriff;
P. R. Price, county attorney: F. C
Lamb, city chemist. Randolph Terry,
Rev. Robert Taj lor Hanks.
TWELVE INCHES OF
SNOW AT RUIDOSO
Ruidoso. N. M Dec 11. Twelve
Inches of snow have fallen here.
This is the second deep snow here this
winter, and the weather is extremely
eold.
ONE INCH AT BALMORIIEA.
Balmorhea, Tex., Dec 11. An inch
of snow, the first fall of tho season,
has occurred here. The temperature
went to eight above the freezing point.
The snow was followed by a warm
rain.
HEAVY SNOW AT CORONA AND
BELOW ZERO TEMPERATLRE.
Corona. N. M., Dec. 11. The snow
which fell here reached a depth of
about 12 inches, and was Tery gen
eral through this part of the coun
try. The temperature ranged from
S above to 12 below zero.
Christmas
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GU.BUKTSHQ
li LOCOMOTIVES
'TO'
TO
yil oil BunKcrs irw
VjOilOgy
3l
Points In tf
On Sale Dec. 21-22 & 23.
Limit Jan. 1 9th
On Sale Dec. 20-21.-22-23-24-25-26 & 31, & Jan. 1 st.
Limit Jan. 5
iLE
10:00 A. -M.
10:00 P.M.
DINING GARSOBSERVATION CARPULLMAN and TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES
For Detailed Rates and Full Information Apply To
CITY TICKET OFFICE 206 North Oregon.
W. C. McCormick, G.A. . E. Monroe, C.P.&T.A.
80 Years.
Recovers Strength
Martin Armbrnst, of Belroe, Ark..
says: "I vaa taken sick with Acute
Indijestion osd heart trcable. I had
a hrmp in my stomach that nearly
distressed me to death.
I took all kinds of medicine and
was cbscCTzr&sred when my daughter
bez?ed me to try
Duffy's Pure
Man Whiskey
You would not believe how much
good it has done me. I haven't taken
any other medidne in two years
only Duffy's Pore Malt Whiskey, ead
I never will be without it.
I am eighty years old. I do my
work, eat anything and feel fine and
not older than fifty. I had rheuma
tism but that's gone too."
Sold by druxjiti, grocers,
dealers, $1.00 a large bottle.
The Duffy Malt Whukey Co.
Rochettm-, N. Y.
CATTLE MOVEMENTS
CONTINUE STRONG
The Cameron Cattle company Im
ported 14 cars of cattle from the Casas
Grandes district through El Paso Wed
nesday morning.
Look & Odell will ship 700 head of
steers and four cars of bulls and oxen
from Parral next week. They will
make another shipment early in Jan-
Cllff Robertson will bring in about
600 head of beef cattle at Douglas,
Ariz., on Thursday. They are far J.
It. Nations, of El Paso '
W. A. Waggoner, of EI Centre Cal'f..
left El Paso for California Tuesday
night with 224 head of steers from the
Terraaas ranches in Chihuahua, which
he purchased from the Pitman Cattle
company. These cattle were originally
imported by the Hunts and were sold
by them to Stonebreaker and Zea.
E. A. SIIKLTON IS AFTER
EL PASO POSTMASTERSHIP.
E. A. Shelton is the latest applicant
for postmaster J. A. Smith's job, when
the Democrats come into power.
The appointment of another post
master -will not be made for at least a
ear, as the Wilson men have agreed
to allow postmaster Smith to servo
out his term. Collector Sharpe will
not be so fortunate, the Wilsonltes
sa. An effort will be made to haw i
him removed before the expiration j
of his term in order that an original
Wilson man" may have the second
floor suite in the federal building.
NEW BANKING HOURS ARE
PRACTICVLLY AGREED LTON.
A clearing house meeting will be
held at the First National bank this
iftprnnnn tn HorfHr riAfinltolv nn tl,..
now banking hours, which have been (
proposed and practically agreed upon.
The new hours, which will probably
be adopted, are from 9 to 3 during the
week; from 9 to 12 Saturday morning,
and from 5 until 7 ociock Saturday
evening. During the remained of the
time the doors of the banks will be
closed.
ANIMATED WEEKLY NO. ,40
Is being shipped us from New York today. See how
scenes from Juarez and El Paso look in the "Movies."
- UNCLE SAM ON GUARD
United States Troops at, War Practice near El Paso.
ON THE BORDER
The Mexican Government Dispatches Troops to the
Scenes of the Disorder at Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
' A CHURCH PROCESSIONAL
The Italian Societies Celebrate the Feast of St. Ambrose at London, Bng.
SOCIETY'S FOX HUNT
Society Follows the Hounds at their Annual Fox Hunt, at Wfekatunk,
New Jersey.
UNIQUE WRECK
Thirty-three parsons are seriously injured whea an iBterarban Freight
crashes into a passesger coach sear Seattle, Washington.
MONOPLANE TEST
Frank Champine tries out a New Moisaat Monoplane at Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma.
FIGHTING THE FLAMES
Tie Courtade Piano Cover Works are Destroyed by fire at Hoboken,
New, Jersey.
BLUE RIBBON WINNERS
The Prize Winning Live Stock have their Parade at the Oklahoma State
Fair. .
PARISION FASHIONS
The Winter Season brings out the Latest Creations in Fur Coats and Scarfs.
(By Courtesy of C. C. Shavne & Company. New York Paris.)
DREADNOUGHT'S FLOATING DOCK
The Admiralty's Huge Floating Dock is towed to Portsmouth by four Tugs.
DARE-DEVIL LAW
Climhs the Outside of a Fifteen-Story New York Hotel.
SNAPSHOTS OF THE KAISER
Intimate" Views of Kaiser Wilhelm.
WHO'S WHO IN STAGELAND
STELLA MAYHEW
And her husband, Billie Tavlor, at their Home, New Eoehelle, New York.
' ITS ALIVE
Watch the Unique's Program every day. Open at 1 1 a. m.
School Children's Eyes Being Examined
Have you received notice that your child's eyes were defective? If so. Jet
me make the examination and fit glasses.
My equipment and methods, evolved from 21 years experieaee in the
optical business, will insure you satisfaction.
HILL, the Optician of Precision
421 MESA.
(Across railroad, north of Angelus Hotel, near Franklin St.)
MEXICAN KTT.TiED; '
ANOTHER ARRESTED
Pedro Lemon, aged 40 years, who
died Monday night at Csnutllio, Tex.. I
came to his death as the result of his
skull being fractured by a blunt Instru
ment in the hands of another, accord
ing to the verdict of coroner E. B.
McClintock. who held the inquest at
that place Tuesday afternoon. Doctors
Frank Lynch, of El Paso, and Lawson.
of Canutillo. performed the autopsy.
Santiago Floras, who was arrested
Tuesday by members of the sheriff's
department, is being held at the county
jail in connection with the case on a
charge of murder.
Buy Now or Be Sorry
COTTON ADDITION LOTS
A. P. COLES & BROS. Agts.
204 N. OREGON.
at Anything
Without Fear!
Tightness of the Stomach Caused by
Undigested Food Stopped with a
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet.
When you feel as if your stomach
was being tightly choked when the
pain is intense and you break out in
a cold and clammy perspiration and
there is a lump in your throat and you
are" weak and nauseated all you need
is a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet to clear
away the wreckage of undigested food
left in the stomach and intestines and
restore you to vojr normal self again.
And this can all be accomplished with
in a few moments.
Steamship Tickets To All Parts of Europe, Asia & South America-
Around the World Tours.
IbVCE 1VIXKBII& AT THIS
HirroDRoaiB iu.nk tuesdai.
The first of a series of races was
run at the Hippodrome rink last night
The entries raced one mile and the
results are as follows-
Boys' race First. Bud Knight: sec
ond. Floyd Gorman: third, John Leon;
fourth. Kemp Porter
Soldiers' race First. Olsburv : sec
fid. Martin, third, Powning; fourth,
H. Kemp: fifth. Hulen.
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gHjJilpPfc
VH4.M, STE.V3IER IS SL'Mv.
I Pl mouth. Eng., Dec. 11. The vessel
link yesterday by the British battle-
i hip t'cnturion in the English channel
I i blifAcil to hac been the small
-leaner Osp.ox from Waterf rd. Ire-
j land, nhlch was due here iosteiday
lou Ma? Have Often En led the Hearty
Eater! Why Not Emulate Himf
Thousands of people have learned so
well how sure and dependable Stuart's
Lyspepsia Tablets are for all stomach
ills that thev now eat anything the
want without fear of U stress. They
are never without a package at home
and at the office, and upon any indica
tion that the stomach is a little wearv.
they take a Stuart's Tablet after each
meal for a few days until the digestive
organs get rested up again.
This is a splendid plan to follow and
alwavH results in much good The
appetite is improved, the food is rel
ished more, vour sleep Is more refresh
ing, and jour disposition wilt make
you friends instead of enemies.
For Indigestion. Sour Stomach. Belch
ing. Gas. Coated Tongue. Intestinal
Indigestion and all Stomach Disorders
and Pains or for Loss of a petite
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are invalu
able. Use them freel the are as harm
less as sugar would be and are not
to be classed as "medicine " They have
no effect whatever on the system ex
cept the benefits thev bring you
through the proper digestion of your
food. ,
AH Drug stores tell Stu.irt. !Hsp ji-
'a Tablets The p,-ice is 50 cents pci
box. Adertisemenu
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ANYonecan
-- mix to
bacco, but to
blend tobac
cos, and have
it mean some
thing, is a nigh
art. You'll like
this mildj exquis
ite "Turkish
blend" that's so
popular through
out this country.
28 delightfuls
plain package
therefore only
15 cents.

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