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X PASO HERALD
Saturday, fareK "15, 1913 fff WHATEVER YOU BUY AT f JOIT1C U 111 1$ H ffi IHI5 5IUK 13 WUK1M MM WHAT YOU PAY FOR IT X e do not claim to give some thing for nothing. But we do claim that we are onto our job and know good merchandise when we see - it and it is not our JjPpW policy to try for the JHIfc I long-price We Endeavor to Always Have the Newest in Furniture and House Furnishing Goods We Have the Largest Stock of Medium and High Grade Furniture in the Souihwest Sfylepfus Clothes "The same price the world over" Here is a special suit of clothes made by the largest manufac turers of men's clothes in the world- By specializing they are able to in clude high-grade clothes values at very low price, $17. We handle this suit at a jsmall margin of profit to give our customers the benefit of this .new deal in men's clothing. The values are big the clothes are right. You will like them. Come in and see them. mm S rh 1 TMs is the latest in Morris Chairs, upholstered in genuine Spanish leather, finished fumed oak, Early Bnglish or golden oak. Simply re cline and rest. Special on sale, Morris Rockers, very massive, leather cushions, heavy 4 inch posts, finished any eoior. optcim uu om., Hi 1 iJHRiinMP? "Mm I Sewing Rocker, as shown here, upholstered in gen uine leather, has drawer for thread needles and sewing or fancy work, fin ished early English or fumed oak. Special on sale, Our Carpet and Rug Department beautiful new patterns in all grades of rugs ranging in price from .... Something New is overflowing with 75 to $65.01 C .SlVCa 'Pi? mwx i ju a ji .visw hM$$ tAwMmvmim mi mrjtiimm&'A AET EXHIBITION" HEU) AT YSLETA Ysleta, Texas, March 15. Mrs. Al bert Loewensteln and the members of her art class gave a reception and an art exhibition at their studio to a large number of friends. Mrs. Loewensteln was assisted in receiving: and enter taining by Mesdames J. W. Walbridge. E TV. Crane. Julius Loewenstein and Misses L,ula Loewensteln, Fannie Wahl, Rosa Marirujo and Estepcion Guerra, all members of the art class. The studio was artistically decorated in Indian rugs and blankets. The art specimens were exceedingly well exe cuted and Included water colors, china painting, oil. charcoal drawing and tapestry painting. In a sketching con test. In which Miss Lula Loewensteln was the model, Mrs. "W. D. Lansden won the first prize, a hand painted pinncushion. and Mrs. Louis Foir, the booby, a bottle of ketchup. At five oclock hot chocolate and eake 'were served. A string band played through out the reception hours. Favors of the afternoon were miniature palettes painted in water colors. Lieut. "W. N. Hensley has gone to Cuberson's ranch. to take eommand of a troop. Lieut. J. M. Thompson has come down from Norla to take station with the troop here. Mrs. W. N. Hensley has returned to Kansas Citv. Mrs. Effie Metz. of Jackson, Mich., is here for several weeks at Valley Inn. 1V))1 (Jib SEE f ftSSHferasiB SIB K r 4nMH I J a rlnn c Eowe's Sanitary Lava tory, gives you mrming water in any room with out plumbing, press the faucet for water, pull the rubber plug for escape of water. tfo plumbing necessary. It will pay you to see this new household' necessity. Visiting cattlemen are cordially invited to visit our store while in the city. We have 100 feet front, giv ing us over 12,000 square feet of floor space, filled with high class furniture, which we shall be proud to show all visitors, whether they intend to buy or not. You will find an open door at this store. Come you are welcome. Globe-Wernicke Sectional BOOK CASES-We Have a Complete Line For Your Inspection 106-08-10-12 North Stanton St. ill iAi In tiiMBtJ MOOSE ELECT THEIR. OFFICBUS FOR YEU El Paso lodge 526, Loyal Order of Moose, held an election of officers last night for the ensuing- year. By virtue of the election. James TX Pender becomes past dictator. Dr. Fe lix P. Miller was elected dictator. He remains also 'district deputy supreme dictator, and judge Albert S. J. Bylar remains deputy supreme dictator. Besides Dr. Miller, the other officers elected last night follow: Vice dictator, Philip H. Kersey; prelate, Oscar L. Bowen; secretary, Harry G. Glunn (three years): treas urer. Frank M. Lynch: sergeant at arms, William D. Mosley; Inner guard. Hen ry A. Glaves; outer guard, Clifford C Chenoweth: trustees, "William Jeeeen. Harry H. Nail, James H. Meece: repre sentative to supreme lodge. Qunther K. Lessing: alternate. Dr. Felix P. Miller; house custodian, Henry B. Taylor; med ical examiners, all physician members IIATVrnORXE IS COXVICTED OF USING MAILS TO DBFItAUD New York. March IS. Julian Haw thorne, Dr. Tib. J. Morton and Albert Freeman Were convicted in the federal court here of fraudulent use of the malls in promoting Canadian mining claims. , , Josiah Quincy, twice mayor of Bos ton, on trial with them, was acquitted and discharged. ILLINOIS TROOPS CALLED OUT TO SAVE PRISONER FROM; MOB Salem, 111.. March 15. The Jail at Sa lem Is guarded by three companies of militia and a fourth company is on the way here. The state troops were ordered out by governor Dunne in re sponse to a message from sheriff Chas. W Purcell, of Marion county, that he was unable alone to cope with a situ ation arising through the arrest of Frank Sullen. SI years old. charged with an attack on Dorothy Holt, a 14 year old girl. The approach of the state troops so bered the crowd. HYDR URY 3IAY DISAGREE. Kansas City, &, March 15. Dis agreement loomed In the Hyde murder trial when the Jury reported at 10 -OS today that there was little chance of reaching a verdict. Judge PorterfielcT immediately sent the jurors back for further deliberation. Guaranteed 1-mlnnte fever thermoraetef ?L08. .Scott White &. Co Mills Bid?. GALL STONES fcf rtif i-rn v; j SEMES 1 - SWL - Send fer TTTitbtl XES1CAI. BOOK 9T1Vw- LIVER, STOMACH & 0 ALLTR0 BSlESrRcE bJgsascfcCBCgj ingest. iJtSTWnXLteaff f is a sanitary substitute ble of being used in new buildings for Lath and Plaster capa- artistic ways in old and Has a hindred practical uses Distributed By Changed In Name Only Owingtto the fact that many of our customers get our present firm name confused with that of others we have decided to change our name and in the future will be known a,s the Gilliland Tent & Awning Co. Formerly Pass City Teat & Awning Go, EL PAS (SiD . L. Gilliland, Mgr. r Phone 4144. 416N.Ore0onSh 1 k.