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Friday, November 27, 1S0S 3
I AMERIGA EL PASO HERALD TI GIFTS FIIO " " " V r England Ready to Distrib ute Contributions to Soldiers' Children. London, Eng, Nov. 27 England has taken charge of the distribution of the cargo of the American Christmas ship Jason it wag announced by embassa dor Page today. The Jason leaves Devonport Saturday for France. There -was a large gathering at the mencan Luncheon club today at a re past given in honor of the arrival 01 the Christmas ship. ,,.,, John Callen O'lxiughHn. representing the newspapers in the United States wh.ch Tided in collecting the present. sort by the children of America, was 'WerHinesrwe. the American am baTsado?. preyed" Among those pres--nt were lord Northcliffe. sir ueorse RiddT" and Vbert P. Skinner the American consul general. Mr. OIugn Duffy's Assists Stomach lin described the origin of the enter prise and the enthusiasm with which American women and children contrib uted to the unique unaertaKine. " George Hidden expressed the appre-j . ... S. t. D.ltnfn H Said I ciauon 01 urai """"" i.;..i Americans were noted for their original ideas and the enthusiasm with which they carried them out. News Brevities CXdTarUismeat.) Train Bulletin. Texas & Pacific train No 5, from the east, due at 8 50 p m, will arrive at 9:50 p. m. All other afternoon and night trains for Friday are reported on time. One car of assorted mouldings. Pick It out at half price. Bargains in sash and doors. Roofing paper. Lander Lumber Co., phone 282. Old Snliscrlber to Leave. T. C Valenzuela. for 16 jears a sub scriber of The Herald, will leave Satur day for Santa Rita, N. Jt, on a busi ness trip for two weeks. An srlrl in need of a ifriend, call the . Salvation Army Rescue Home. Tele J phone 6960. MR PHILIP TREUDE "I have used Duffv s Pure Malt TA his kev for fne vears and find it the best nud.eine and tonic lean tote I was often troubled, with stomach and bowels, and my position on the cars i, very trying on the nerves but .now I feel fine every day. and I can heartily recommend Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey aT?te TSest medicine that can be used for the stomach."-Phllip Treude, 1838 Albert St, Phila., Pa. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is medicine for all mankind, which fivorable influences weak digest on increases the appetite, corrects faulty assimilation of food, gives force to the circulation, and brings rcstfulness to Ttie nervuu vi. ...... - JOU Get Daffy nnd Sold by most drw glsts, grocers Ja dealers. $1.00 If tfcey can t supply you. w-ite us. Medical booklet and doctor's advice free it ou write, Thf Duffs Malt Whiskey Co $&w Rochester NT PROMINENT LOCAL LAWYERGMENTS Tells of the Results of Using Plant Juice in His Home. Mr George Bates of El Paso, who was district attorney for four years and who is one of the best known lawvers in the State, made the follow ing statement about Plant Juice which he has been using; in his hbme: ' I have not been using Plant Juice mvself mv wife has been using it Phe has not been well for years. Ave read some of the statements made by El Paso and other Texas people who had ued Plant Juice and it convinced us that it was all right I got a bottle for her to try and it has done her a v orld of good. Plant Juice has proved to b Just what it was recommended to be in her case." Tho Estes home is at 1247 Wyoming Street here Mr Estes has lived thir teen ears in El Paso and twenty-four years' In this district. When vou try Plant Juice you find immdiate results from it By results we mean your aiipetite will improve, ,nur food will digest better If you h ive kidnev trouble, derangement of the stomach, liver, nerves or blood v our troubles will gradually vanish and ou w ill feel new vigor, energy and life. Plait Juice is purely vegetable. It Is mi'4 and harmless yet powerful and rapid in its action It will do you more cood than anv-thing jou have ever tried before For sale at Kelly & Pollard's Tirur Store Advertisement Corns Quit, Pains Stop, With "Get-ts" Quit rinsters, Snlien and yntat-Xot: After using "GETS-IT" once you will never again have occasion for asking. "What can I do to get rid of my corns?" 'GETS-IT" is the first sure, certain corn-ender ever known. If you have Why "Soffer- Yet" With Conn? Ue "GCTS4T." They'll Vaouh! Dr. Morford, moved to 21S Mills Bldg Porter Shot In Lee. Will Buchanan, a negro porter at the Normandie hotel, was shot in the right leg Thursday night at a house in the 300 block on Copia street. He did not Know me name oi me ium u c.wi. him. Manicuring done at your office or home. Phone 4663. Dr. Jamleson, diseases of Kidney, Blad der. Skin and Rectum. 618 Mills Bldg. Dr. Cameron, dentist, 202 Rob. -Ban. Bldg. Soldier Away Without Leave. Harry Arnold is being detained by the police pending an Investigation of the report given them that he is a mem ber of troop I. 12th cavalry, stationed at Mercedes, Tex., and is away without leave. Why Not! Patronize an i i u'ution that marks all goods in plain figures, at Itcneh's Vrt Shop, 408 San Francisco St Provost Gnnrd in Hospital. Sergt F H Collins, of the 16th in fantry, was operated on for appendi citis Thursday and is now in the hos pital at Fort Bliss He is a member of the provost guard and Is well known in tho city. Phone 02T. Wilson Mlllican, the best cleaners. White work a specialty. Dr. Paget, dentist, 502 Roberts-Banner Why Nott A nice Silk Shawl for your holiday remembrance, at Bench's Art Shop, 408 San Francisco St Dr.nnn Ileum, Buckler Bldg , over Elite Lloncw Kills Indian Boy. Reno. Nev. Nov. 27. A report re ceived here from Simpson, Lyon county, describes the death of a Shoshone In dian boy who was devoured by a lion ess in the hills near that town Big Mack," a. PJute Indian, who brought in the story, said two Shoshone children wandered In the hills and, seeing a lioness and cubs, stoned the cubs, in unorance of the danger. The lioness pounced on and killed one boy. Dr. A- T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary. ttt nAiilnii mlitrclntan In nnierl Dr M. Alklre. lady specialist: Dr. tori Gibson. 201 W. Missouri street They oured others. They can euro you. El Paso Distilled Water Co, Ph. 489. Croker Wed "Miss Eilmomlson. New York, Nov 27 Richard W. Cro ker, former leader of Tammany hall, was married Thursday to Miss Bula Ld irondson. a member of the Cherokee In dian tribe, who is 60 years his junior. He is 73 years old and she Is 23. The bride and bridgegroom are on their way to the Croker estate, near Palm Beach. Fla. for their honeymoon. Dr.Drndj-.31S Mills Bldg, phone 2221, spec attention diseases women; surgery. Dr.nnrlcy,31S Herald Bldg,obstetrics, diseases of women and nervous troubles. Dr. Ebcrt, dentist 216-218 Mills Bldg. Conple Face Murder Charge. Green Forest. Ark, Nov 27 Edwin J Clark and Bertha Parsons. 14 years old. were arrested Thursday at Cleve land, Okla., charged with the murder of Clark's wife near this place, accord ing to authorities her; The Clarks and the Parsons girl came here rrom Oklahoma to homestead a claim Mrs. Clark died suddenly Nov 18 and a cor oner's jury decided heart failure caused her death An investigation led offi cers here to cause the arrest of the couple. Dr. Jones A Jonesi, Foot Specialists Mills Bldg , 9 to 5 p m. Other hours at house or office by appointment Ph. 788. Dr. Cntlieart X-ray laboratory re moved to 310 Rob-Ban Big Phone 886. An extra large sepia picture free this month with each order of $5 00 or over. Stuart's Studio, Morehouse Bib. Hill, Optician of Precision. 421 Mesa- WEATHER BULLETIN. C. S. DErRTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, NEITHER BUREAU. Observations taken at 1 a. m, 75th me ridian time (6-a. in. El Paso time). Nov. 27. ..9H. lorecntts. El Paso and vicin ity Fair tonight and Saturday New Mexico To night and Saturday, fair. not much change in tempera ture West Texas To night fair: colder In east portion, freez ing In north portion Saturday, fair, and warmer in north portion. hours (Inch) I tried other things by the score and will now try "GETS-IT," you will realize this glorious fact You probably are tired stlckirg on tape that won't stay stuck, plasters that shift themselves right onto your corn, contraptions that make a bundle of jour toe and press right down on the corn Put two drops of "GETS-IT" on that corn in two seconds The corn is then doomed as sure as night follows , dav The corn shrivels. There's no pain, no fuss. If you think this sounds too good to be true try it tonight on anv coin callus, wart or bunion. OI-TS IT is sold by druggists cveiw heie. 25c a bottle, or sent direct bj L Lawieuce i. Co., Chicago Ad iKtanwi ct Uw vn ?Ctts. im 7-W.t ?f-TO- l , Precipitation last Weather at 1 l Lowest temp last night Highest yesterday Temp, at S a. m.... J Abilene ....it Amarlllo d Atlanta 64 Boise. Idaho 22 Bobton 52 Chicago 42 Cincinnati 60 Denver 32 Detroit 40 Duluth. Minn M El Paso 40 Galveston G8 Havre, Mont ........ 22 Jacksonville &ti Little Ilock 4g Los Angeles 60 Nashville 46 New Orleans 64 New York SO Omaha 32 Phoenix SO Rapid City, S. D. ...30 Roswell 40 St. Louis 46 Salt Lake City 3S San Antonio 56 San Francisco . . . - Santa Fe 30 Seattle . 38 Wiihington 14 Wichita, Kans 4. Kou li 62 it rain 55 14 clear 66 64 cloudy 48 30 pt cldy 60 62 clear 64 42 cloudy 66 to cloudy 60 30 clear 60 40 clear 20 clear 60 40 clear 66 SS cloudy 40 22 clear 68 54 pt. cldy SO 46 cloudy 80 68 pt cldy 66 46 rain 66 62 rain 60 48 cloudy . 32 clear 76 80 dear 62 30 clear 60 34 clear 66 4 8 cloudy 52 32 clear 64 54 rain 64 50 cloudy 54 28 elfar 5J 38 cloudy rs 44 i Ioul 1,0 4. Wr i0 IS clear .60 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .16 0 0 1.08 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .02 0 0 .06 0 Bring the Children TOMORROW Souvenirs to the Children We Throw Open the Portals of Toyland and Dolldom (aWasslssssssssWsssllssssssssslsssiiMsssssHMMslsslssssslssssssssslssSl Santa Claus announces his arrival at his El Paso headquarters, at the "Popular," and will receive the good children ot this city every dav from now until Christmas. Wafeonload after wagon load of toys and dolls of everv description have been arranged in the big Basement Salesroom, where Santa Claus assistants will help you in your selections, and demonstrate the wonderiui things that move. Bring the "kiddies," let them see and revel to their hearts' content, in the myriad wonders this great joyland brings forth, its thousands of dolls, mechanical toys, games, ani mals and wagons, autos, carts, velocipedes, hobby horses and other things without number. Make your selections now we will deliver them when you wish. Early buyers are wise buyers. Three Cakes ot Palm Olive Shampoo Free! Buy a 50c bottle of Palm QQf Olive Shampoo, Saturday for OJ7C and we will give you free of charge Three Cakes of Palm Olive Shampoo Soap, that regularly sells for 10c the cake, thus giving you 80c worth of Palm Olive Products for only 39c. Saturday Specials After Supper Sale 48c 6 to 8:30 P. M. Only papist AN IVORY PUFF BOXES AND HAIR RECEIVERS Assorted sizes, each ... . (Limit, Two) PIVERS TOILET WATER Assort ed odors; After Supper fiQ "(Limit, One Bottle) GOOD QUALITY TOOTH BRUSHES Assorted sizes and shapes, in regular 25c values, each ... 1C (Limit, Two) All Day Specials Toilet Requisites 35c CREAM 35c POZZONI'S FACE POW DER. S0c size. Saturdav INGRAM'S MILKWEED Usual 50e size, Saturday KnAcial ... WILLIAMS OR COLGATE'S TAL CUM POWDERS, assorted - C odors, each . . . J. ej t "FROSTILLA," for chapped -s Q hands, 25c sie, Saturdav . IOC MUNYON'S WITCH HAZEL SOAP Saturday Special, three ? K cakes for &iOC PARISIAN IVORY FINISH COMBS Usual 25c values, Satur- IP daj Speeial, each IOC Handkerchief Specials CHILDREN'S XMAS BOXES Three colored border Handkerchiefs with embroidered corner designs. Jf The box: of Three for . . IOC "KEWPIE HANKIES" Children's "Kewpic'' hankies. Box of OA Three for faUC CHILDREN'S BOX HANDKER CHIEFS Embroidered initial, Sham rock lawn, -hemstitched, also colored corner designs. Three in Op a Box for iuOC WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Hemstitched cambric Handkerchiefs, colored initials, embroidered in cor ners, Saturday Special, OP Six for ZtDC Glove Specials 12 AND 16 BUTTON LAMBSKIN GLpVES Lambskin Gloves in glace finish, in white only, full range of sizes, Saturday Special, (g AC MYERS' CAPE GLOVES One clasp, and "RONSARD" two clasp place kid gloves, in Black, White and in the most desired shades; all (? "I ff sizes; the pair . . P i. UU New Neckwear DAINTY NECKWEAR NOVELTIES in lace, organdie and crepe; have just been received, offering a broad choos ing of new and pretty styles; very specially priced at 25c, 35c and 50c Fancy Xmas Ribbons Novelty Ribbons in Plaids, Checks, Stripes, Brocades and Pompadour ef fects in a wide variety of rich color combinations, suitable for Xmas novelties, hair bows, etc. ftg Saturday Special, the yard QC Knitted Shawls WOMEN'S KNITTED SHAWLS and SCARFS, in Black and White only; teaturday Special, Qp choice .... tjC WOMEN'S KNITTED MUFFLERS In the newest shapes; Sat- A C urday Special, choice f?OC NOVELTY LACE AND NET VEILS Drape veils m black, while and col ors, values up to $175, QP Saturday Special, choice . SjC We Continue the Big Sale of Skirts Tomorrow 0nFhorrd A new sales record is being established m this sale, directly attriDuiame iu iue re markable values offered . We do not hesitate to say that to our knowledge Skirts of this character have never been sold at these low prices in El Paso, heretofore. Four Big Groupings Offer Incomparable Values. FIVE STYLES SEVEN STYLES TWELVE STYLES TEN STYLES In value to ?3.95 ' In Values to 4.95 In Values to $6.95 In Values to 9.95 At $1.95 At $2.95 At $3.95 At $4-95 These exceptional values include the very newest models and materials, and are offered in blues and blacks rSv with some browns and tans. Many models are girdle and yoke effects. w,th box pleated tunic or skirt. Some have accord.on pleated drop. Materials include pure wool serge, chiffon broadcloths and novelty weaves. All are beautifully made, some having satin and velvet trimmings and handsome covered buttons. New Crepe de Chine Dresses vss "op:1:: sr.cicd". $10. oo A new shipment ;of beautifully made dresses, in all silk crepe de chine, of excellent quality will be offered tomorrow in black, blues, browns and in green at the merely nominal-price of TEN DOLLARS. These clever dresses are made with the long pleated tunics, gathered girdles and have dainty lace collars and cuffs. An exceptional value. Sizes for large, medium or small women. See These Two Special Coat Offerings For Saturdav's selling we have gathered together these two special groupings that Offer the Lmost emaiabk M0ELS ARE d.1!enn $7.y5 s-hownat":. ;"" $5.00 Corsets At $3.95 Saturday we will place on special sale our entire line of: "MME. LYRA," "FRANCO" and "AMERICAN LADY" Corsets in styles that regularly sell at $5.00, including all the newest models. Take Your Choice Saturday, t0 QC The "Popular" makes a specialty of fitting Misses' and Junior Girls' Corsets. UljH i ranpHnk EIGHT HANDSOME STYLES ARE SHOWN AT and you may choose from nearly fifty coats in mixtures, plaids, in solids and novelties were we to tell you their real worth, it would seem almost unbelievable Come in and see these, Tomorrow. Let us show you thes reaarkaMe -ralues Long coats, medium or short coats-in Black, Gray, Oxford, Blue and Brown. Beautifully made,-with rich silk velvet and crushed plush collars and cuffs and handsome buttons values to $22.50. Two Hosiery Offerings for Saturday Shoppers Women's full fashioned silk lisle hoe. in Pink, Sky, Xmer ald, Champagne, Gray, double garter tops, reinforced heels and toes; absolutely fast color a hose that will -J Q give excellent service--the pair xZ Children's Garments Are Specially Priced The last Day of the Big Juvenile Week Sale offers many big values that wise parents will avail themselves of. Economies arp TmtfYwnrthv. . MnnnrTrrn WADrnT T BOYS K.fln;.SJI.KDUOM.- ajiyjio. SUITS Lined trousers, grays, tans and $3,95 nn. TinnT'CTTTr TTflRTf. SSr Women's Boot Silk and Silk Fibre Hose in black only, full fashioned, with reinforced heels and toes, double garter top, snug fitting, highly finished hose; regu- dj-l ff larly 50c; Three Pair for vi vV $2.95 and $3.95 Sweaters Sat urday at $1.95 Women's pure wool Sweaters in all white, or in white with stripes in colors values that reg ularly sold at J2.95 and ?g.9S; all 1 QC sins; choice K A - (Third Floor) GIRLS' DRESSES 2 to 15 years. Broken lines in various popular materi als, values to ?5.00, also regular ?3.45 and 3.95 Dresses. Offered rtj 1E in the Juvenile Sale at .. cj. TtO GIRLS' DRESSES Up to 14 years. In Serges, Shepherd Checks, Ratines, Plaids, ChalUes, etc. Broken lines that sold regularly up to $7.50. Offered m the Juvenile Sale (Jjo QC GIRLS DRESSES-Up to 15 years. Beautitully made dresses in fcerges, Plaids, Ratines, Challies, etc., including broken lines of dresses that sold up to $9.95; excellent styles and quality un surpassed. Offered in gC ff the Juvenile Sale at ipO.UU CHILDREN'S COATS In sizes '1 to 6 years, in A'clvets, Plushes, Chinchillas, Boueles, Cloths, etc., values regularly Mld at ?5.00, offered in the Juvenile Sale at. CHILDREN'S COATS G to 14 vears. In all new styles and materials, including makers' samples designed to be sold at $7.50 and moic the complete line mak ing the biggest value offering of the sea- gon, offered in the Juvenile Sale at. brawns: sizes C to 15 vears. Juyenilc Sale Week' BOYS' ALL WOOL NORFOLK SUITS Full lined knickers, in fancy grays, browns, tans, mixtures, checks and ,:.,. 't Ktitched nleat and belt models, full cut and perfect fitting suits. Regularly 56.50. Sale Price CHILDREN'S COATS In sues 1 to 6 vears, Cordurojs, Velvets, Cloths, etc., in Nav v, Cardinal, Copen, Brown Values up to 54.00, offered in wis' a? J A C Cf7do . JLKJ $4.95 mfiff ' St" - WOMEN'S $1.00 WOOL SKIRTS 79c Knit wool skirta in light or dark ground, contrasting eelored stripes in border; regularly seW at 7Qr 51.00; Saturday... I $3.95 $5.00 Juvenile Sale at. BOYS' COAT SWEATERS, 95c Heavy weight, worsted weave, shawl collar, with two pockets; gray, brown, navy and red, for boys 6 to 15 years. Q5c An exceptional value BOYS' ALL WOOL SWEATERS, $1.95 Extra heavy, shawl collar, red, navy, gray and brown, 6 to 15 j ears. Juvenile Sale 1 QC II i-vJ Saturday Specials in the Linen and White Goods Department WHITE CROSS OAK naiiiouua NO. 600 LONG CLOTH Soft finish, firm weave, excellent for underwear; has absolutely no dress ing; regularlv $1.50 the bolt; Satur- the " $1.19 (Limit, Two Bolts! ALL LINEN SATIN DAMASK Saturday only, we offer a splendid choice of handsome patterns in extra heavy, all linen damask; 51.50 and ?1.75 values regularly, d! o J the yard jJl.feO See the Special Window Displays For Aprons, underwear, children's and house dresses; 36 inches wide; nice, firm weave; regularly 12 l-2c yard; Saturday, 10 yard bolt A5c (Limit, Two Bolts) ALL LINEN GUEST TOWELS 1527 Hemstitched Tow els in exqui site patterns, soft finishi, fine weave huck; regularly 50c each; AOr Saturday Special, each . Imt& BOYS' CORDUROY DOUBLE SEATED KNICKERS Extra heavy English Cor duroy, mouse brown 51-50 grade $1.29; $2.00 grade $1.69 B0YS? BLOUSES, 50c REG., 39c Collar attached, in black sateen, white or col ored madras, chambray, gingham or cot ton flannel; sizes 5 to 14 QQ years tJ7C ODDS AND ENDS HATS, 29c Boys Tyrol and square top Hats, suitable for bovs 2 to 10 years. Some were OQ marked as much as $2.00 Ail?C BOYS' KNIT FOUR-TN-HANDS, 13c Browns, tans, greens, grays or 1 O reds. A 25c tie for only ,lwC Center VIMe Second Floor COLORED WASHGOODS Medium weight crepes, ratines, ba tistes, etc., in plain and striped ef fects, suitable for school or 'house dresses; values that regularly sell up to 20c; Saturdav, - f vard .. . . .... JLUC LINEN CRASH ROLLER TOWELS 21-2 yards long, white, made of 15c 3-4 linen crash; regularly OQ. 40c; Saturdav, each &iC BROWN LINEN, EACH 24c (Limit, Six Towels.) 1847 "ROGERS BROS. SILVERWARE AT SPECIAL PRICES 1S4I Rogers Bros. Table ware In the "Vintage" and "Sharon" patterns only, are underprlced for quick selling'. Wo find that wo are ov erstocked on those two patterns and to move them quickly we offer a special reduction in prices. The hsual 187 Rogers Bros, guarantee of satisfactory service goes with these goods. Assortments Include: Knives, Forks. Table, Ueeeert, Tea, Coffee and Bouillon Spoons, and many odd pieces, such as Meat and Salad Forks, Sugar Shells, Butter Knives, etc. You 3Inr Choose From These Assortment at 25 PER CENT OFF REGULAR PRICES As Am Xmas Gift Nothing could be more appropriate or acceptable. ALL CHARGE PURCHASES WILL BE ENTERED ON DECEMBER ACCOUNTS, PAYABLE JANUARY 1ST. Len Folks Everv nm in El Paso should look into this special offering of CRAVENETTED RAIN PROOF COATS At $10 These are a very special offering and you may chooee between several shades and black, in solid or striped effect.