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EL1 PASO HERALD
Friday, January lo, 1915
ITI1KIN
HUE. RESCUE
Earthquake Casualties Are
Now Figured at 20,000 ,
Dead, 35,000 Injured.
'(Continued from race One).
r. i sUbhshed and two hastily Impro-
im d hospitals and on . refugee camp
liae been set up.
V. . KwhamT Aids.
The rescue forces have been aug
mented by ttik staff of the United
Mates embassy at Rome, despatched to
-ezz:ino in automobiles by atnoaaea
lor Thomas Nelson Page. The secre
te Lines and attaches carried supplies
I'i. iiuinuig ana provisions lor ine am
It iers.
Jieports from Switzerland show that
tin. quake was felt among the Alps, and
i.uisud destructive .vvalanches there.
s in the Messina catastrophe, it Is
lelu-ed that it will be weeks before
mi- loss of life can be accurately cora
j.iled The recovering of bodies is pro
tecding slowly.
Aveszano nn Immense Cemetery.
J ollowing is the recital of an Avez
Zdno refugee:
"I can best describe Avezzano by
calling it an immense cemetery," this
man said. "From the ruins of the
t yjlege for young men we heard a
frantic appeal for help. 'There are Ku
us. us syll alive here, help us quickly.'
.Soldiers and civilians rushed to the
scene and when I left were doing their
best to cut way through the mass of
iuins.
"I believe that 20 other towns tut
"erpd neverely. These include Celano,
with. 20,000 inhabitants."
St. Peter's Is Dnmnged.
The director of the observatory at
Home declared that the earthquake was
the most severe that ever had been re
corded on his instrument. No fewer
than 150 large panes of glass in St
Peter's. 46 of which are in the dome,
-uere broken. The quake also caused
a number of deep cracks la the ma
Minry of the stairway leading td the
huKe ball on the top of the dome. Sev
eral mosaics inside the basilica, also
"Made in El Paso" Eggs
Replace Connecticut Pie
As the Breaftfast Food I
A. Hen & Co. have been recognized
as the producers of one of the city's
most important "Hade in El Paso"
products.
An order was received from Ansonia.
Conn., Friday through the chamber uf
commerce, for a shipment of three cases
of eggs each month during the winter.
The order was unsolicited and will be
filled by one of the local produce com
panies . The first shipment of "Made
in El fPaso" eggs will be shipped at
once and will compete with the New
England mince pie as a breakfast food
on the Connecticut tables.
Secretary A. W. Reeves says the field
is an important one and, if the local
egg dealers will cultivate the market,
hundreds of cases of eggs could be
shipped to the New England states dur
ing the year.
-have been damaged, as was the statue of
the Redeemer, standing on top of the
facade. '
The column of Marcus Aurelius Is out
of alignment by at least six inches.
The Popolo gate, which was designed
by Michael Angelo, has been shored up.
Its collapse is feared. The skylight of
the chamber of deputies has been shat
tered. The canate building and the of
fices of the minister of finance also
were damaged.
LAY OFF FOR .
EL PASO CONDUCTOR
Local Man" Has Some Inter
esting Things to Say
About Plant Juice.
One of the best known electric car
"i due tors in EI Paso is Mr. E. T.
;nmmitt of 1318 Myrtle street. In an
nit r lew Mr. Qrimmett said:
' You can say everything good for
1'l.int Juice in my case. I was just
umpletcly run down and fagged out
'"ould see nothing ahead but a lay-off.
Momaeh was giving me a world Of
tiouble. bloating after meals, appetite
h.'d what I did cat did not digest:
i uld not sleep, vould roll and toss
Inlf the night; get up as tired as when
J went to bed. With all this I had a
'ad caie of catarrh It would seem
inv stomach would fill at night with
sv .itcumulation r could not spit out
nhile asleep I got a bottle of Plant
.t'lKe and it began to help me from
ihe n first. My catarrh gives me
itv little trouble now and is getting
letter cery da. My stomach does
not bloat now, appetite is good and I
McFp fine. In fact I feel tip top. Plant
Juice surely does fix you up."
If vou have failed to cure your ltora
st n or liver trouble it may be because
ou have catarrh. Plant Juice cures
; it.ir.-h by reaching the iarts affected,
tli rough the blood. Its corrective and
ietorative effects are truly marvelous.
I ik acid is speedily dissolved: the liver
H thoroughly cleansed: stomach dlt
miicis immediately corrected and imii
K st ion and other ailments permanent
H urfd. Plant Juice will do you mote
t,ood thai, anything you have ever tak
n Tt is the world's greatest specific
fo- all ailments of the stomach, kH
vcf liier, nerves or blood. For sale
st Kelly & Pollard's. Advertisement
TOLL OF EARTHQUAKE DEAD
INCREASES BY THOUSANDS
London, Eng., Jan. 15. The Ex
change Telegraph company has re
ceived a message from its Rome cor
respondent who says the magnitude of
the Italian disaster increases as further
news from the devastated area is re
ceived. The casualties at Magllano-di-Marsi
are estimated at 1300 out of a popula
tion of 1500. At Pesoini, 4000 persons
are reported killed and the number of
dead at San Benedettovis given as 3001).
ITALY NEEDS NO AID
FROM OUTSIDE, SAYS PAGE
Washington, D. C, Jan. IB. Dis
patches from Rome today from ambas
sador Thomas Nelson Page place the
dead between 12,04)0 and 15,000 and
the seriously injured at about the same
number.
The ambassador said he had inquired
of the Italian government if aid" were
needed, but was told that Italy was not
accepting assistance from any foreign
jcountry. No Americans haTe been re
ported among the killed or injured.
NACO TROOPS EXPECTED TO BE
ORDERED TO FORT BLISS SOON
Troops of the 6th infantry brigade
and the 6th artillery are expected to be
ordered to Fort Bliss from Naco, Ariz .
within the next two weeks. The troops
were ordered there from Texas City
and Fort' Bliss when the situation at
Naco, Son., became critical, and Gen.
Scott went there from Washington.
As the Juarez agreement provides
that there will be no more fighting on
the Mexican side at Naco, there is no
longer need for the United States
troops to remain at Naco, Ariz.
There are no provisions for barracks
fliere and it is probable that the troops
will be ordered to Fort Bliss, which
has been enlarged and is provided with
additional camp grounds air ready for
the troops.
TRAFFIC VIOLATOR, ARRESTED.
i Quy Fallal, driver ot car 2290, was ar
rested y Capt. Lon Garner, of the po
lice force. Friday morning on a charge
of reckless driving. The complaint
was made by a Mexican boy who claims
that the di iver ran over his bicycle
on a downtown street Thursday afternoon.
GUORGB IIIWTKIl IS Cd.Ml.VG.
George D. Hunter, general passenger
agent of the Texas & Pacific railroad,
will arrive this evening from Dallas
with a party of railroad officials. Mr.
Hunter is a brother of judge F. K.
Hunter and was formerly a resident of
Kl Paso.- He will spend Saturday in
the city.
Watch the slie of the loaf. Tou get
quantity as well as Quality in Gem
Baking Co.'s bread, Advertisement.
Tbe richnens in flavor is unsurpassed
in Avondale brand oats. Adv.
Watch the size of the loaf. Xou got
quantity as well as quality in Gem
Baking Co.'s bread. Advertisement
EHDHT1.
II BIT
Chisels Fail to Make En
trance, However, and Men
Are Frightened Away.
Yeggmen, at leasf on; of whom is
believed to have been an American.
Wednesday night attempted to loot the
former branch of the Banco National,
on Lcrdo avenue. Juarez. The attempt
was unsuccessful, the robbers being j
frightened away.
An examination of the vaults dis
closed the fact that the burglars must
have been working for at least an hour
to gain an entrance. The combinations
had been chiseled pff the vault doors
and an attempt had beei made to tear
off the hinges ofhe big steel doors.
No attempt had been made to use an
explosive.
GOLFERS OF SOUTHWEST
WILL PLAY IN DOUGLAS
The first annual golf tournament of
the Southwestern Golf association will
be played in Douglas, Ariz., Saturday
and Sunday. This tournament is ex
pected to take the place of the old
El Paso-Douglas golf tournament. How
ever, no one is expected to go to Doug
las for the first tournament as all of
the golfers are too busy with the "Made
in El Paso" exposition and other busi
ness to get away.
e'JIT TO CLOSE A CLUB.
The state has brought suit in the Slth
district court against Ben Teneyuque,
Guadalupe Soto and Geronimo Garsa,
seeking to restrain them from selling
liquor. It is alleged in the petition that
the defendants operate the Oklahoma
club at 2206 Oklahoma street and that
they are selling liquor without a ii-,
cense.
Full-size loaf and better quality in
Gem Baking Co.'s bread. Adv.
Your neighbor knows that clean coal
and full weights mean fuel economy.
Do ypu? Ii. C: Semple, successor South
western Fuel Co., phone 531. Adv.
Quantity as well as quality in Gem
Baking Co.'s bread. Advertisement.
REAK A CHILD'S
COLO Bf GIVI1
SYRUP OF FIGS
Cleanses the little liver and
bowels and they get
.well quick
When your child suffers from a cold
don't wait; give the little stomach,
Hver and bowels a gentle, thorough
cleansing at once. When cross, peev
ish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat or
act naturally; if breath is bad. stomach
sour; give a teaspoonful of "California
Syrup of Figs,'" and in a few hours
all the clogged-up, constipated waste,
sour bile and -undigested food will
gently move out df the bowels, and
you have a well, playful child again.
!-.
If your chili
ehs. snuffles and
has caught colajgfrjls feverish or has
a sore throat srvea-Kood dose of "Cal
ifornia SvruD -mfv-Hjes' to evacuate
tVlu hrurAlct nA 1lfftunnna mtin4- rtkAI
(.mi. uvntia uvs uiiuibiivti n UAi utuu
treatment is given.
sick cnuaren neean t te coaxeu to
take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy be
cause they know Its action- on the
stomach, liver and bowels is prompt
and sure. They also know a little
given to-day saves" a sick child tomor
row. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent
bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which contains directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown-ups
plainly on rhe bottle. Beware of
counterfeits sold here. Get the genu
ine, made by "California Fig Syrup
Company." Advertisement.
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An Invitation To Compare Values
Hear the others; then Hear
EDISON DIAMOND DISC.
Mr. Edison has put the phonograph far in advance of all other efforts in
- this line, and he can now catch and record the finest detail of- tone and
ovcrtonc-T-details which the unaided human ear could not hear in any
concert hall of opera house.
By means of the Edison Phonograph, he can bring otherwise inaudible
i sounds to the ear, just as a good telescope can bring otherwise invisible
things to the eye,
'' Whether you are in the market for a phonograph or not, we would.be '
glad to have you drop in at Two-o-Two Texas street and hear these won
derful -musical instruments.
- Demonstrations from nine until six.
Evening demonstrations by appointment.
EI PASO PHONOGRAPH COMPANY
Edison Phonographs Exclusively
-WE'LL EXPECT YOU IN A DAY OR SO-
11
'tu
ck?
Monday Begins the Most Stupendous Merchandising Event of the Year-'
The "PopularY World of White
every advertised statement-it does more this year-itoes farther, for right m the ace ' adVnA
choke of these mammoth selections at lower prices than ever before. WATCH FOR OUR ADS IN THE DAILY PAPERS-COJIE, TAKE A
LOOK AT THE WINDOW DISPLAYS and prepare to be here Monday to share in the greatest bargains ever known.
XHIBITLON
FASHIQO
if lo
Corset
Exhibition
'ou are especially invited to attend
our corset exhibition, now being held.
The smart showing ot'thc season's
styles is incomparable. Everything
tHt is correct in corsctry is reprc
gented. Designs arc the last word,
lterials and trimmings are rieh and
dainty. Workmanship is flawless.
Fitting is perfection. Modish dress
ers everywhere are interested in
Mme. Lyra Corsets
$3.50 to $25.00
These correct corsets are made fpr
"all figures, Slender, medium jmd
stout, including just exactly the right
model for your individual figure.
Wc shall' be glad to fit you and we
can safely guarantee you a faultless
fitting. We believe this the oppor
tunity of every woman to seeure
'her" Madame Lyra model, the eor-a
rect foundation for the season's
styles. Be sure to obtain "your;
model before you have your new suit
or gown fitted, in order to secure the
best results. Let us show you.
A competent Xew York eoractiere,
sent by the Lyra Corset Makew,viu
the interest of the excluive Madame
-ixra Certets, "'"tli us and will be
" pleased to hare you call.
..Basement Special
Black Sateen Bloomers, for children
2 to 1Q years; excellent quality gen
erously modeled ; i O C
36 UT. PERCALES Dark or light col-,
ors, stripes, figures and some solids;
Saturday, the O-
yard... .,OL
These Special Reductions
Are for the Benefit of All
'Not a Restriction of
Any Kind Whatever.
MEN WHO KNOW
Value in Garments-
appreciate these bona fide offerings
of the "PopularV'
MEN'S SECTION
One of the reasons, too, why our
Mr. Weiw huiried eastwaid to secure
additional stocks of both suits and
overcoats, when most stores are glad
to sell. what, they hae. We can only
attribute this wonderful increase in
selling to the fact that more and
more men are becoming better ac
quainted every day, with the modern
methods and modern merchandise this
htorc offers and when you are of
fered such clothing as is made by '
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
ROGERS-PEET COMPANY
"FITFORM"
and others of their class at
One Third Less Than
Regular Price
then you know you arc getting
alue the best value possible. (Joine
in we will be glad to show you. We
include all Fall and Winter Garments
in this offering.
In Furnishings
"WRIGHT'S W00LTEXTURE" flcwe
lined separate garments are offered
at Saturday the EQ
garment tv
ONE DOLLAR SILK FOUR IN HAND
TIES Saturday "7C
at OC
DOLLAR REGULAR SHIRTS AND
DRAWERS Saturday, Cflo
each l O U C
"GLOBE" UNION SUITS SATUR
DAY PRICED AS FOLLOWS:
$1.50 Grade -..$1.15
$2.00 Grade. . . .' $1.40
$2.50 Grade 1 .$1.95
$3.00 Grade ,$Z55
$3.50 Grade $2.65
$4.00 Grade $2.85
$5.00 Grade $3.75
Extra Special!
ALL MEN'S $1.50 AND $2.00
SWEATERS will be sold Saturday
at, your g-J IP
choice tPA.icJ
All Men's Furnishings
Reduced, for Clearance
Last Day of Clearance
and we offer you these Splendid Garments at, almost un
believable underpricings to clear the decks for action it's
like paving you to take them away ! ,
.WOMEN'S DRESSES WOMEN'S DRESSES
That were earlier marked to That you might in all reason
sell at 520.00 to ?2!).50 expect to pay $10.00 to $12.50
22 Styles to Choose From, for 8 Styles to Choose From.
$10.00
Not often does fortune smile
to the tune of such savings as
this. Included are dresses of
French Serge, Crepe do Chine,
Velvet and Satin. Many in
combinations of both, in the
colors most wanted aud
black. All are late models.
All are daintily trimmed.
Sizes for everyone large or
small.
$4.95
Just forty-one Dresses that,
like the first lot. are in the
way. Included are dresses of
wool serge, satin and other
cloths, in blacks, blues and
browns. These are late styles,
some have scarcely got ac
quainted with us all are
pretty, excellently made and
very neatly trimmed. You
will want one at this little
almost ''giveaway" prke.
Just Like Receiving a Present
Those who are fortunate enough to secure one of these
Beautiful Suits Tomorrow; a Clearance $1fl AA
Offering at ,... PlU.UU
Not enough to go round,.we fear, but those who are tardy
wTH find other things perhaps not so wonderfully underprieed
as these, but yet the best that have been seen
Only 27 Suits styles that were $22.50, $35.00, $27.50
and $29.50 blacks, browns, greens, blues, greys long coated
or short coated Gabardines, Wool Poplins, Serges, -Novelties,
Broadcloths an excellent gathering of unusual values and
they are here for early buyers at $10.00.
Saturday
Specials
AFTER SUPPER SALE
6 to 8:30 p. m,
PINAUD'S LILAS DE FRANCE
Toilet Water; after supper Qr
special DOC
Limit, 1 Bottle
PACKER'S TAR SOAP .1 C
After supper special 13C
Limit, 2 Oakea
LAMBERT'S LISTERINE C
After supper special UuC
Limit, 1 Bottle
"T
See These Corsets
at $2.95
"Mme. Lyra" Corsets, in
broken lines, that were reg
ularly sold at $350, and
broken lines of "Lyra" $5.00
Corsets are offered at $3.95.
Quite an incentive to buy
one of these very excellent
corsets. .
See These Blouses
at$2.9
Entirely new models of
beautiful, heavy Crepe de
Chine in white and black.
.These baye just joined the
"Popular" forces. Cleverly
tailored blouses of rare
beauty and character,
trimmed with heavy pearl
buttons.
.. . - V .
"k
Boys' Clearance Specials
- Second Floor
BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS AT FINAL REDUCTIONS
All Winter Suits included in this offering in all desired sizes
up to 18 years.
Boys' $5.00 Suits at.... $4.29 Boys' $8.50 Suits at. . .$6.29
Boys' $5.95 Suits at.... 4.89 Boys' $10.50 Snit at... 7.29
Boys' $7.50 Suits at.... 5.29 Boys $120 Suits at... 8.29
All Boys' Overcoats and Mackinas 1-3 Less
BOYS' SWEATERS ARE RE- $1.25 values at. 89c
DUCED AS FOLLOWS $1.50 values at $1.19
BOYS' NECKBAND SHIRTS 50c grades at 39c
ARE NOW PRICED AT $1.00 grades at 79c
t
Sailor Blouse and Buster Brown Suits
Pure wool styles, regularly up to $10.50, eboicc $3.95
Boys' Felt Hats, Odds and Ends to $3.50, ehoice at 79c
Boys' Undergarments,' Pajamas, etc.,
20 Percent Less
All Day
Specials
PIVER'S FACE POWDER Assorted
odors and tints; Saterday, QC
all day iOC
HOUSEHOLD RUBBER GLOVES
An excellent grade, all sizes, on
Saturday, all day 0C
COCOA CASTILE SOAP Saturday, .
all day, seven cakes Og
for ddijQ.
INGRAM'S MILKWEED CREAM
Regularly 50c the jar; Sat- qg
urday,' all day 9uC
SMELLING SALTS Regular 26c
size, Saturday, all -j g"
day IOC
LAMBSW00L POWDER PUFFS
Saturday all day, two puffs P
far OC
HONEYCOMB WASH CLOTHS Aa
excellent 5 cloth; Saturday -t "
hree for IVJK
HAIR BRUSHES Ebony and rosc-
. Iiuhf Saturday, all -j r
JL71
wooJ. fiuk
day....
9x9 IN. BEVELED MIRROR Ebony
finished back;Surday, QfLu,
"THAIS" TALCUM BOWDBR Keg-
ulsrly 5e the can; Satur
day, all day.. ..
:. i9c
Last Opportunity to Purchase Shoes
of This Character at Such Reductions
By the time this Sale closes Tomorrow Night these stocks
will have changed hands, to a large degree, for not alone) are
Top Boots offered at the unusual reductions, but Low Shoes,
Oxfords and Pumps as well. It will require quick action on
your part but the savings are well worth it.
WOMEN'S, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
ARE UNDER-PRICED AS FOLLOWS:
Misses and Children's
?3JK) Shoes at $2.95
Misses' and Children's
All Women's $C00
Shoes now $4.95
All Women's $5.00
Shoes now $4.15
All Wonvft's $4.00
Shoes now $3.35
All Women's $3.50
Shoes now $2.95
All Women $3.00
Shoes now $2.65
All Women's $2.50
Shoes now - $2.05
AH Women's $2.00
Shoes now. $1.85
EXTRA SPECIAL
All Odds and Ends in
Women's Shoes, all styles and
all leathers; $2.50, $3.00 and
$3.50 values; January Clcar-
price tJJ..OU
$3.00 Shoes at $2.65
Aliases' and Children's
$2.75 Shoes at $2.45
Misses' and ChiUlren'a .
$&0 Shoes at $205
Misses' and Children's
$2.25 Shoes at $1.95
Misses' and Children's
?2.00 Shoes at $1.85
blisses' and Children's
$1.76 Shoes at $1.55
Misses' and Children's
$1-60 Shoe at $1.35
Misses' and Children's
$1.15 Shoes at $1.05
Misses' and Children's
$1.00 Shoes at 85c
WHILE YOU ARE HERE ask to see the new Spring Foot.
wear' especially these "snappy pumps in eomblnauoHB of
fabrics and leather. These have patent leather vamp with
brocaded cloth quarter patent leather with white and black
brocade quarter and buckle to match also "in &A f$
dull kid with black cloth and others pair PT,UU
N alr "" Cn Jf Sr A
Extra
Special!
. - s.
$1.00 TO $1.50 GL0ES AT 85c
Women's Cape and Mocha Gloves, in
one of the best known makes; choke
of the entire lot in black, tan or
grey, all sites, regularly $1.00, $1.25
and $L50, Saturday, all OC
day OuC
FANCY RIBBONS AT 20c-;All day
Saturday you may choose from cn
excellent gathering of popular hair
bow and sash ribbons In checks,
stripes; plaids and fancy floral ef
fects, in the moat wanted eofecs and
widths; Saturday, all dav, ""Bfi
yard.... .. ZUC
NECKWEAR TO 75 AT 35c A
choice gathering of new and pretty
neckwear of all kinds, including lace
amL embroidered collars of every de
scription, vestees, chemisettes,
gutmpes, etc. many are samples we
seeured afe less than their worth
every pretty style imaginable: choose
as many as you like Satur- ng
day at jQC
NECKWEAR 10 35c AT 15c An ex
cellent choice of shadow lace, net and
Swiss chemisette and guimpes in
white, cream and ecru; styles worth
to 35c; choice
at,
BELTS GIRDLES TO 75c AT 15c
Here's an opportunity to secure a belt
or girdle for a ""song." We have
grouped alt remaining odds and end
of belts and girdles that were marked
at oOe, 75c and some higher, into one
big lot, including a great variety of
desired styles select ycurs 1 g
here Saturday at IOC
AUTO HOOD AND SCARF SBTS '
A choice selection of hoods and scarfs
in heavy knitted wool, moot wanted
colorings; an exceptional d -a E"i"
value, choice , pJ.QU
$1.50 NOVELTY VEILS AT 86c
Novelty lace drape and hemstitched
'chiffon eils, in an excellent assort
ment of colors, values to $1.50; Sat
urday yon may select Qg
one at OOC
$1.25 SILK CHIFFON AT 75c- 36 in.
all silk chiffon, selvage bonii-r, iu
white and all wanted colors; Satur
day Special, the
yard
15c
75c
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