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EX PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Xovember 9, 1915. IB mow IS MIS-SPELLED Gets $10 in Merchandise for Advertiseents in Week-end Most Errors; Many Get a Careful Reading o f ANOTHER Urge list of answers was submitted in The Herald's mis-spelled wor B contest for the week ending October M Miss Louise McKicney, 801 2"ortn Virginia street, vas awarded itirst prize, 310 worth of merchandise. As usual, hon orable mention is given Jo a large num ber who did not come irithin the list o prize winners. The judges regretted mat tne prize list was .not larger, as some of those who receired honorable mention sabmittd unusuaJIy well pre- Clears Complexion Don t worry About skin troubles. Tou can hae a clear, clean complexion by using a little zemo. obtained at any drug store for 36c or extra laree bottle at $160. Zemo easily removes all traces of pim ples, black heads, eczema, and ring worm and maScea the skin clear and healtb Zemo is neither watery, isttck-v nor greasr and stains nothing Jt is easilv applied and costs a mere trifle for each application It is al Trars dependable Zemo, Cleveland dvertisemem. StXSSWTEiaBB $mmm&jvaK&EB for''Bj.;aLiBijig 7. v -w- s-i w mjm$&sm . L "J I WanKX 1 l r . 1 t rJW LUrJ fc NT.te&S, WS V x s We are just in receipt of another shipment of Children's Sues that are built on broad foot form lasts. These shoes are made by two of the very best manufacturers of children's shoes and are made of Solid Leather, priced at 90e to $2.50, according to size for Infants' heavy turn sole, black Kid button, size 5 to 8. Oft Special tUC Infants' patent leather vamp mat Goat top, heavy tarn soles, J y A f sizes 5 to 8. Special 4JLrU Boys' Gun Metal Button, sizes 21-2 to 7, all solid leather. t-I Qf- Speeial J)lot0 Bring your children to our store they wHl be given the very best of attention. XhoFiiton McReel Slioe Ca 221 San Antonio St Through the Block to Texas. Eli JijO matter what other dealers, who handle Talking Machines may say about the EDISON DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH and you will appreciate that dealers who indulge in this kind of advertising could not be expected to say anything favorable about a competing product, particularly one with the merits of the EDISON DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH, you should not decide upon the purchase of any kind of sound reproducing instrument until you have heard it demonstrated to you by a dealer who is in a position to do it under favorable circumstances. You owe it to yourself to hear Mr. Edison's new marvelous instrument, and to give us an opportunity to play it for you. Our business is to tell you of its merits, and we are quite willing to let our competitors do the "knocking." After you have visited our store you will realize why competitors find it necessary to "knock." El Paso Phonograph Company Wholesale and Retail. Two-0-Two Texas. El(2 TIE FUST II UTEST Most Careful Reading of Herald and Discovering Honorable Mention for the Advertisements. pared lists in fact, all the lists sub mitted showed a careful study of all the advertisements in the page The full list of prize winners follows First prize, $10 worth of merchan dise coupons to Miss Louise McKinney. 801 N. Virginia, second prize, $7 worth of merchandise coupons to Mrs. C II Wilson. Cochise, Ariz third prize S5 worth of merchandise coupons to Mrs. I M McCrummen, 311 W Boulevard, fourth prize, 14 worth of merchandise coupons to John Jones, M0 Nashville, fifth prize, $2 worth of merchandise coupons to Mrs. S. J. Gatlin. 1301 B. Rio Grande Fourteen other nrlzes of $1 each -worth of merchandise coupons to the following- Miss Irene O Menus. l!tl Cotton. Miss nna B. Weber. 1003 R Rio Grande. Alberta Maynes. :M1 Ma goffin. Frederick W Beers, 1JI4 Orient John Wisda, HIT X. Oehoa; Mrs. Geo K. Dolph, 720 Mund . Mrs. Win. Fishman. 14 Brazos Apts,, Miss Nell Boomer, 1008 N Oregon: Bye Je R. Clemons care Shelton-Payno Arms Co.. Mrs. A. S. Tale, IMS N. Virginia George G Earnest, Morenct, Ariz. Miss E. Heflin. 110 X. Florence. K. E. Simp son. 1011 Xoble. Miss Mary G. Kelly. 900 Mesa Ave. Honorable Mention. Those given honorable mention are the following Meta Ormsbee Box (SI. City TiT in a jiy3 j. f " .rsiiri trif r ss . I J -01r?t j-- - TM Week ' NOTICE Box lit: Urs E. M. Wear, 21I Atlanta. Theodore Davis. .15 E. Nevada. F BeUolr. Box 70. City Mm. W E. Dawson, bis Raysor 8L Mr. A. Belroir Box TOO City. Miss Mary Glen UcHinnet CIS N. El Paso. W E. Lord, ft Mills St. Mrs. c. H. Jones. hjo N Florence. Mrs. W a. Clarke 628 Stewart St. Ml-s Iaabeile Clemons. 71 Wyossiac Miss Ladle Cowan, 231 Park Ave. Miss SaUle B. Jones. I9 NaaferiUe. Miss Grace E. Mathews. 211 Detroit. Mrs J. I Weatermann. in Arizona. Mias Ceua Mathews. :19 Detroit. Mrs. H S. Jones. 196 San Antoalo. Miss Kate Cblpley. 2 Detroit. Mrs. Burt Rawlins. 42IH X Oregon. Chas. Acres. lli Noble. Miss Comfort Paulson. Ills R. Lynn Held. IMS N Florence. Mrs. J. B. Sutton. 14M Arizona. Mrs. E. Blachshard. 2211 Texas. Mrs. M. H. Filey. Ml N Virginia. suas uennue oe ns. S2J w Mum Emma OTUmrKe. S2C W. Apt. u Miss Mollle A. Thornton. Oacara. N M. Mias Eleanor A. Wlnslow. 1402 N El Paso. Mlaa Constance Pateman. M Montana. Miss Katherine G. Woodslde. Torrance, Mrs J K Payas. SIS Arizona. Mrs. F A. fcacontrtas. CM N. Orecon. Mrs. R. A. Hubbard. 219 Sacramento. Miss Gertrude Tale 1919 N. Virginia. A T Karlea. Carrier 21. P O It- W Glass. tt X Campbell Miss Elma G. Carlson. Torrance. N M. Mrs. U C Boswell. MIC Louisville. Mrs. J F. Palmer 1S1: E. Boulevard. Jl-s. c J Huber. 819 W. v H. -Uanlnnd. 2C20 C. F Cleareland, Jr. 2M K. Nevada. Mrs. M. G Miller. 1M3 R Rio Grande. C. H. Wilson. Cochise. Ariz. & J Gatlin. 1M1 E. Rio Grande. Mrs. W E. Arnold. 1418 Hawthorne Place. Mbs Elizabeth Croxton. C41 W Missouri. Mrs. O L. Bryant. C2I Stewart. Miss Coral Bias. 1111 - St Vraln. Chas. c Richmond. 24 AUanta. J F Ixibdell. Hotel Bristol. CM Saa Fran cisco. Miss Lucille Lyons. 711 WyamtaK. Mrs. A. A. Persch. 711 X Stanton. A. T Tnllocn, CM W Missouri. Roy Wyler. lt Magoffin. Miss Kathleen Cannon. HIS E. Boulevard. Mrs D T Underwood. 71 N Campbell. Miss Janet Mack. 1414 Hawthorne Place. Mrs. O C Cleveland. 145 K. Overland. Miss Elvira Cordova. I960 Wyominc. R. .1 Hushes. 11M Wyominc. Mrs. J F Qaaltro. CIS Noble. Mrs. H A. Stewart. 242S E. Missouri A. B. Fenz. HIS Wyominc Miss Marcaret Mulcahy. 1022 Myrtle. Mrs. C R. Fox. E21 w Missouri. F L. Cleavanaer. Sll X Florence. Miss En!a Stewart. Rodeo X M Mm Gladys Dancaa. C13 Nevada. Miss LOutse a Irwin. Ill Montana. Ben Scott Smith, 19J1 Nevada. Frank Dunham. Company D ICtta infantry. Mrs. Hacb McBrlde. 1M9 E. Boulevard. Miss Nellie Beanrhamp. S23 X CampnelL Mrs C C. Dietert. 2111 Gold St Highland R. L. Williams. 311 BLtbee. Mrs. M. K. Smith. Box 2C2. Daibazt. Tex. Mrs. C. F McPhersoa. Vauxhan. N. M Mrs. J A. Watson. 1212 Brown. Mrs. T. C Campbell. Las Cruees. N M. Mrs. L. A. Cardwell. Las Cruees. N M E. Coram. 1221 Huaco. Mrs G W. HeM. IMS Wyoming; Mrs. C L. Wolfe. 119 w Rio Grande. W Brandish. Johnston House. Nat S. RusseU. (II Arizona. Mrs. F B. Miller. 112 N Oregon. atlas icuu Keanac ,zs e Miss Anna Lyons. 711 Wyominc Mrs. R. B. Cutler. P O Box Ml. Mias Estelle Morrison. 914 N Florence. Miss Martha UhHav 7( N Florence. Joseph Fraps. Box 787 Clifton. Ariz. Mrs. E. E. Simpson. 111 Noble MJs Lois Leonard. 1412 Nashville. Mrs. A. A. ABdorson. ClnHon. Arte. Mrs. M L. Norrla. East Vaugbaa. X M. Wm. G Paehard. Troop "C." ltth cavalry. Marts. Tex. Miss Ethel Wlston. TJalhart. Texas. Mr. F L. Wilson. Pearce. Ariz. . Mrs. J E. Payne. Anthony X M. Mrs. W A. McCaleb. Las Cruees. N M Mrs R. CorbeU. Ml Mesa Ave. Miss Marie Cody 1595 Rivera. Mrs. Viola SnelUag. 12i Bliss St Mrs. H. O Dow. 271 Rio Grande Mrs Alice C Warden. P a Box 95 Saf ford. Arix Miss Lea Hulcey. 1117 E. Boulevard. Mrs. G A. Steele. Apt. F Wright Apts. Miss Nannie B- .Ponder. 119 Dakota Ave. Mrs. S. M Davis. Box 54 Benson. Artx Mrs. J E. Healy. P O Box 18 Bowie. Ariz. Mrs. G. C Stevenson. 419 California St. Mrs. Vlrgle Xbltwood. 2S17 Federal Mrs. . Datahetmer, S0BH Prospect. Mn. John P. O'Brien. Gen. Del City Miss Elsie Kelly 292s Manzana. Mrs. C. A. Patten. 172S Tularosa Kriwsrd Meagher 77 E. Boulevard Mrs. A. J Hatfield 114 X Stanton Mrs, L. C Washburn. 3224 Grand Ave.. Sa Mr Rathlesn Thacner P Kay F Leen iln rel rit. St- The , 'sress JUsaOart. II m III!!' HERS i TO CUBE I International Dry Farming ongress First Unit of Great Festival. International Dry Farming con the first unit of the El Paso southwest s great festival of vallejs and plains has practically been secured W. 1. Drummond. chairman of the board of governors of the congress, who has been here to intestiarate El Paso s abtl- i ity to entertain the congress, has ex- prcssra nimseu as ZHliy satisnea mat 1 Paso is the logical place for the 191$ congress and nothing remains to be done but the signing of the contract for the congress. To Get Irrigation Concms. The next step to be undertaken by the chamber of commerce, the cit. the 1 count), the Elephant Butte Water i Users' association and the El Paso Val ley Water Users' association, will be to secure the International Irrigation (congress for the great festival next i ear which will be held to celebrate the formal opening and completion of f I the Elephant Butte dam. Work is now ' 1 being done bj R. F Surges, president ! of the congress and the water users' ' associations to obtain the ' irrigation j congress President liar Come. , Xext a campaign w ill be started to hae presiuent Wilson, the new Mrs. Wilson, secretary of the interior Frank- I lin K. Lane, secretary of agriculture Daid M Houston and the other mem bers of the cabinet to attend the formal dedication of the dam. As a part or this campaign, a movement has been started to name the big project the Wilson dam as was done with the Salt river project which was named for and dedicated by president Theodore Hoosevelt. The fes tival of valleys and plains w ill be made a great southwestern celebration and all of the cities and sections will be invited to have exhibits here and the festival will also be made one of "praise, plenty and prosperity to cele brate the restoration of peace in Mexico which country will be given a prom inent place at the exposition Meeting Held. A meeting of R. B. Orndorff. presi dent of the chamber of commerce, chairman Drummond. and secretaries A. W Reeves. M A. FTaaer. G. H. Clements and H. B. Link; of Las Cruees. was held at the chamber of commerce Monday afternoon following the luncheon given in honor of Mr Drummond at the Shel don. Mr Drummond told the chamber of commerce officials that he was fully satisfied with the selection of EI Paso as the meeting place for the congress and declared that, because of the prox imity of Mexico, the dam celebration and the other attractions, the 1916 meeting would be especially popular with tne members or tne congress. ; Kl Paso Ideal Place. He was shown that, within a radius j of 400 miles El Paso had a contributory population of 4OO.M0 and that better railroad rates could be obtained for the I conention than could Denver or other ' cities. Mr Drummond declared that the congress had voted to go to a southern city and El Paso was an ideal location for the convention city Mr Drummond will leave Wednesday morning for Denver and it is probable that the contract for the convention and the cash guarantee will be ar ranged before he leaves. Sta. A. Mrs. N M. . City Nora A. Huff. Central, Grant Oo.. Mrs. A. J. Rose, 211 Rlverview St Mias Ella NaMosky. Mil Madera. Mrs. Will T Coe, oiencoe, X M. Mrs P McPherson. M7 Pi. Third St. Roe welL N M. James Reay. Portal. Ariz. Mrs. & D. HamDaugh. No. ix Alexandria Apts. Mrs. J a Marshall. Sierra Biases. Texas. Mrs. A. L. Escoatrias. 213 Wyoming. Mrs Tt H. Forbes. 2M Savannah. Mrs. E. Cound. 1112 N. St Vraia. Mrs. L. J. Treat. Apt 1L 21 Wyoratag. Mrs. J D. Wilson. 2S2 San Diego. Mrs. F J Whlteteck. 3 Alexandria. Miss Bea L. Torpey.' Ill Myrtle Ave. Mrs. W C Thomas. W Boulevard. N C Flint 211 Wyominc O F Becharts, CUftaa. Ana Mrs. Cloo Edwards, M17 Rosa. W B. LangMon. 221 Dakota. Mrs. J A. Boxartn. 111 Wyoming. Miss Ella, Jewell Young. Sacramento and Ptedraa. Miss Etta Lewis. 1211 Cotton Ave. Albert SUberberg. MS California St. Miss Josephine Roberta. 131S River St Mrs. M. D Murray. No. 1C Brasos. Mrs. W H- Cain. 3MS Mobile. Miss Helen Markey. MS Roosevelt Mrs. Edgar D Brown. Clint Texas. Mrs C. M. Lyman. 1M X. CsmpbeU. S. W Meeks. SIC N. El Pass. Mra W J. Pickering. 12 a Pledraa. Mrs. F. H Dalton. 221 Ore John MoWey. 71S N Kansas. Mias Lillian Parsons. 211 Grand Ave. Jack Harrison: R. F D. No 1. Box 427. H H Downey. M4 E Rio Grande. Mrs. I. L. Stanton. 211 Cpaea. Mrs. R. M Jackson. S12 N Oregon. Miss Gladys Booth, MS W Rio Grande. Miss Ceua Simons. 2 W Missouri. A. J Peterson. 2717 Mobile. M. F Collier. 27 E. Boulevard. Mra. L. McHenry MS N Stanton. Mrs. M. L. Patterson. 1S X Stanton. C Murray. 4S E. Missouri Joseph McLaughlin. :ocan. Ariz. Miss Nell Mathows. 212 W -Rio Grande. Miss Avallaa Whipple. 121C Upson. Mrs. S. S. Baker. 1411 Arizona. Mias Hazel Smith. 33 Palms Court Miss Maxine Levers. Roawell. N M. Mra V C Bddlemaa. IMS Wyoming. Miss Mertle L. Levers. 57 S. Richardson. Roswell. N M. Mra. W. A. Koller. M2 11th St. Douglst Ariz. Mrs. Ansa Brooks. 324 Hueco St R. L. Crooks. Box lS. Cimarron. N M Miss Beulah K. Wiley IMS Magoffin. Mrs. J L. CShea IMS Magoffin. Mra, W E. Lunsford. 112 Myrtle Mias Mabyn Madison. 3SM McKlnley Ave. Miss Ella Edwards. 21 S. El Paso. Mias Melba Rogers. Box 301. Msrathon. Texan. Mrs. Irene Graham. Box 55 Eogle. X M Mrs. Cblpley. C2 Stewart George Humphreys, Gen. Del City Kenneth Hubbard. 4121 ToWn Blvd. X Terega. S2S W Missouri. Apt Xo. 3 Miss Dorothy I Vollertsen. 215 W Nevada. Mss Martha Medellin. Mesllla Park. N M J H Coleman Box 2S2 Stiver City. M Mrs. M P Mobley 4121 Pera. Henry Wells. 411 S. Psrk 3C , PtU LTHY TVLK roTTOMSII. TV T Wittman. who was to have given a talk on po ltrr culture at the chamber of commerce Thursdav night, was delayed in arriving here and the meeting has been postponed u til next week ifD U FLAP'S! irsjssEKiaxsa -the ncsr POCFRY." Phone ZISSO. 303 Trini St. ThU It Ural ppl Time. Several ktn.lt, 5 pound ZTc mt I'otntoert, I'rom California. Creamery Ilutter . . 3Sc Hseellrnt Kkitm. dozen . 40c 'opudit 1-1 pound ZZc snrntojni Chip, 3 packajrr 2TIe Macaroni. 2 parkaKen 1S? Flour, 34 pound Kle , Fully Guarnnfeed. Tell Xm llic Kind ou re and We Can Supply ou. Sweet Mixed Pickle, pint 30c Don't Overlook Some Home Made (ooklen for the ( hlldren Lunch They cll 10 for Ze Our Hrend at 3c I Good. Phone Is lour Orders. lour Patronage ppreclated. Prompt Deliveries. j II is an easy mailer lo copy VERBATIM some first class store's advertising, particularly so if your ad vertising manager happens lo be a good "CUPPER." But hen a store attempts to put over on an-mlelbgenl public the product of somebody else's brain and sign their name lo it they should look out that it don t prove a BOOMERANG. t . , , , . . . , ... Stores vith Chatham Street methods should not claim to be one priced, for the truth is mighty and will prevail. That this is the only one price store in El Paso is a recognized fact the only store vhere you can not get a reduction from the marked price for any reason. C: We Gave Away the Party Hundreds of interested Sunday dav. The .Myrtle Ave. Tne price enger, 811 X. Florence. Handsome Specially iiicht to estimate the price of the dress and iiat tnat we gave away jion- The Season's Greatest Wanted Silks and Dress Goods Bringing lo you the best of the favored leaves and colorings at prices seldom quoted at this time of year. We are making room for holiday goods hence these remarkable reductions. 75c Cheney Broe. Kimono Silks, yard $1-25 All bilk Mescalines, Mack, only, yard .? 75e neavy Dress Velvets, black only, yard... Georgine Crepes in all colors, yard 75c All Wool Challies, new patterns vard 42 inch all wool Kpin-rfe. in such a African Brown. Bottle Green Delft Blue and Black. V. CANDY SALE ON OUR Novelty Candy Pebbles 31ade of l'uffrd Wbrnt. 15c THE LB. , WEDNESDAY ONLY &?icz. Mesa Avenue and Texas StroeL Try Oar Hot Taraalee and Chili aucr. I EL PASO THE PASS I ! I Don't pass 1 1 1 Keevil's J j . I If Yon Want the 3 ' I BEST DUTCH LUNCHES, 1 1 I BUDWEISER AND LEMP'S 9 , I STANDARD g DiAt il tJlaUUOa 1UUUC v rg rrffifi AUTOS FOR HIRE All Good 7-Passenger Cam Rate, J2 Per Hour Phone 509-510 ATJTO LIVEEY CO. City Hall Stacd - - 418 San Antonio We Give i&C Stamp &k El Paso women gathered Tailored Suits Priced At upTo $ A O Q Values These beautiful models are made up in F. & H. broadcloths, imported gab ardines and serges, revealing the season's most exclusive and high grade styles in African Brown, Russian Green. New Navy and Black. There are not more than twenty suits in this collection so we would advise an early call. Women who exact the utmost in Fall and Winter apparel will appreciate this offering. EXCEP TIONAL Coat Values (filLf Values to $19.75 pJLtJ An appealing collection of winter coats made of zibelines, Scotch mixtures and plaids, serges, whip cords, gabardines, etc.. in swagger box. flare and belted styles. It is seldom that opportunities such as this are offered the buying pub lic, but with our efficient buying organization ever on the alert for snaps we get them and pass along the benefit to our customers. 59c 59c 55c 50c 45 c price ofthe dress was S31.IO! tne winner jits. u. it. wuw ol tne nat was spio.ou; aim iuc Kiuuci .uno. -t . . v.iu t t - -i i vk-uj r- -ri -j vmnnnTt -- m . .iii'i $1.25 Chiffon Taffetas, in black only, yard $1.00 Heavy Storm Serges, every wanted shade, yard $1.35 Silk Crepe de Chine, fall range of colorings, yard $1.00 Silk Poplins, in splendid winter weight, yard .... $1.25 Chiffon Taffetas, in street and evening shades, yard medium weight, suitable for dresses and Kreen, Belgian Blue, Laurel Green, Crow Bhte, Russian Priced, the vard Tell These People What You Want They Will Respond Promptly PHONE 608 629 A. DRUGGISTS OPEN STATE NATIONAL BANK """"INTEREST PAID ON Ss7cC0UNTSOm- " C R. MOREHEAD. President. II C N. BASSETT, Vice Prtriicet. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Prea. GEO. D. FLORY, Cuhier. L. J. GILCHRIST. AMt Cashier. R. B. BIAS FUEL COMPANY Better prepared than ever to serve our customers promptly and efficiently ''OOP COAI. FEED POULTRY SCPPUES Women's Club "SVIotto" Let eiery day be clean up da, and paint, wallpaper and kalsomine are gx)d articles to start with. We have a big stock of each. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO. 210-212 N. Stanton St, Phones 205-206. "DOWN!" THE MAN'S GAME Call on ua or send In your Specifications and GBT OUR PRICKS Slore Open Saturday Xighta Until S Oelocfe. SHELT0N-PAYNE ARMS COMPANY Phone 438. 201-303 South Si Paso St-eet. P O Box J5 Herald Want Ads for results 90?&f Dress and Hat around our corner window Laces & Trimmings For Evening Gowns Oar complete stocks of radiant laces and trimmings affords un usual scope for selection. Every wanted weave and quality is rep resented at prices to suit all pocket books. Opalescent and spangle trimmings in flouncing IS to 36 inches wide. also tendings in widths ranging from 4 to 12 inches, priced the yard, $25 to 520.00 Metalie laces in rich new patterns coming in alloverg, bands ami flouncings, priced the yard $220 to $10.00 Beautiful jet trimmings in hand sotae designs oh silk nets at prices ranging, the yard, $1.50 to $15.00 All-over bees including the new plaids IS to 36 inches wide, the yard, $lio to $4.75 Silk Xets in beautiful colorings including the new Cinderella, the yard, $1.00 to $350 New and Nobby $ . 75 Walking Skirts 0 They embody the utmost in style and service giving qualities developed of newest fabrics featuring all around or half belted effects, patch and pouch pockets. Colorings in clude Green. Brown. Navy, Mix tures and Black. An exceptional gathering of attrac tive skirt models affording most ex traordinary savings at the price. " Selling of 79c 69c 95c 69c 89c separate skirts in new colorings $1.25 J E. KT W AM. MGIIT 212 j San HI Antonio WE HAVE A COMPLETE I.'l'NB OP FOOTBALL GOODS Guaranteed flrat claas and tully up to alt requirements ot Herald Want Ads for results i .