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-ftVek-Eiid Editiou, November 2T-2S, 1915.
3 ! Home of Hart Schag- nr 6- Matx Clolhes For Men and Young Men ESHHSIIWITEIEIL Chargc Purchases Made Balance Of Month Entered en December Accounts. Corner lieu Aenue and San ntonIft Street. Phone Orders Promptly Filled Private Branch Exchange 3aee. Send TJ Your Mall Orders EL PASO HERALD SgBflL 'iQ Tllt)W I jMEsmnrsifliTismT Troop Horse Competition is Close and is Won by Capt. Vidmer, Who Wins First Place; The Grafton Broad Jump Ends in Dead Heat; Society Out n Force for Equine Pageant; Unusually Fine Horses. S EL TASK'S third annual Horse Snow started off with a snap Friday afternoon, with hunters and jump ers and troop horses from the military carrying events through to a bang up finish at dusk. Ten exhibitions of norses of all grades, running through the list of entries from pony and busi ness team shows to women's saddle mounts with society riders up before ntnusiastic onlookers, kept the in terest up until almost dark. Georse W. Tops the List. High up. topping the lists of all en tr.es in the majority of events, James '.-aham McNary's George W figured 'S one of the finest pieces of horseflesh in xh -whole daj's competition. Well set up, long and rang, with a sweep- : Ends Dry, Hoarse or Painful Coughs Quickly ? A Simple. Home-Made Remedy, JJ. Inexpensive but Unequaled : : The rjromnt ami nofiitive results riven by this pleasant tasting, home-made cough syrup bas caused it to be used in more homes than any other remedy. It lives almost instant reiiei ana win usuai r overcome the average couch in 24 hours. Get 2 ounces Pinex (50 cents worth) from any druj; store, pour it into a pint bottle and fill the bottle with plain granu lated sugar svrup. This makes a full pint a family supply of the most ef lectne cough remedy at a cost of only 54 cents or less. You couldn't buv as much reach -made cougn medicine for $UG. lasilv prepared and never spoils. Full directions with Pinex. The promptness, certsintv and ease with which this Pinex Syrup overcomes a bad cough, chest or throat cold is truly remarkable It quickly loosens & dry, hoarse or tight cough and heals and soothes a painful cough in a hurry. With a persistent loose cough it stops the for mation of phlegm in the throat and bron chial tubes, thus ending; the annoying hacking. Pinex is a nighly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway pine extract, rich in guaiaeol and is famous the world over for its splendid effect in bronchitis, whooping cough, bronchial asthma and winter coughs. To avoid disappointment in making this, ask vour druggist for "2 ounces of Pinex." and don't accept anything else. A guarantee of absolute satisfac tion, or monev promntlv refunded, goes with this preparation. The Pines Co., ft Wayne, Ind. ft BEST FOR Lie, i.ST I1GHE, S They liven the liver and bowels and straighten you right up. Don'tbebilious, constipated, sick, with breath bad and stomach sour. IT fa-Q 'P' ta-ci P-fiW a f" I f-1 I ) W gv&sJ 5 JL e jj BVVORK WHILE YOU SLEEPJ , Tomjrht Burt' Take Cascarets and f njov the nicest, gentlest liver and howtrl cleansing you ever experienced. ake up w ith your head clear, stomach swe-1 breath right and feeling fine. ;et rid of sick headache, bHiousness, i onsupation, furred tongue, sour atom ach. bad colds Clear your sk'n, l riBhten vour eyes, quicken your step nd feel like doing a full day's work. ''asci-ets are better than salts, pills r calomel because they don't shock the lner or gripe the bowels or cause incon-venience all the next day Mothers should give cross, sick, bil ious feverish children a whole Cas caret anytime as they can not injure the thirty feet of tender bowels Adv. ing stride which covered the ground in one. two, three time, George W. stepped about the show park to the plaud its of spectators, as he romped away with first honors In every entry he made. Itebel Makes Perfect Score. The only perfect score in the show Friday was made by Maj. G. T. LanK horne's Rebel, a chestnut sorrel, who captured first place in the hunters' and jumpers' class with the bars set at four feet even. Rebel swung around the oval, sailing over the Jumps with an easy getaway and landing with i a sure footing. He was easily one of tne most, graceiui jumpers in tne arena. Close Competition in Hurdle. A close competition finished at the park when the troop horse entries were given the 3 foot 9 inch hurdles at the close of the Fort Bliss Field test Op to the final trys at hurdling, Capt. G. Williams's Jerry. Sergt W. J. Dunne up for the 13th eavalrv. ran j neck and neck with Capt. G. W. Moses' otkvatM, private il a. uants up xor we Sth cavalry, troop K. But Zapata knocked over hurdle number two and Jerry balked at the wall jump, besides knocking off the top bar on the first jump, both horses losing first place to Capt G. Vldmer's Joe. Corp. Gordon up, for the Sth caalr. troos G. Three Tie at Finish. The last event scheduled for the day came to an an ti -climax at dark with with three horses tied for the finish with the Grafton broad jump ribbons at stake. Capt Williams' Jerry, Sgt Dunne up; Capt Warren Dean's Cosmocrat, Capt Ben Lear op, and Capt Williams' cinder. Capt Wil liams up, are the tied entries, all clear ing IS feet in the darkening twilight Musical Drill 'Wins Praise. The musical drill, which was splen didly executed under the direction of Lieut. Edwin X Hardy, of the Eighth cavalry won great favor with the audience. The participants were all in white riding suits. The women wero in white linen suits with black trieor nered hats, ornamented with a rosette of the horse show colors, black and gold. The men were in white polo helmets and white suits, with sashes of black and gold ribbons worn across one shoulder. The horses' tails and bridles were tied with yellow ribbons. A number of intricate figures were per formed and were heartily applauded. Participants In the Drill. The drill was led by Miss Hildegard auer ana James uranam Mcftary. witn Mrs Margaret Kinnon Stevens and Lieut Oliver S. Wood, as the second couple. Those taking part in the drill in addition to the lexers were Mesdames Julius Krakauer. . SC. Bar rows, George D. Moore, William G. Wall, Ben Lear, V. S. Foster; Misses Olive Davis, Marion Jones, Evelyn Jones. Lucy Berry. Mary Hill. Floy Barnhardt, Beulah Brown, and Emily Kemp, Lieuts. James B. Ord. George i--ist, Robert McDonald. 17. M. Mcdi sete. A. S. Peake. F. C Rogers, W. H. Cowles. J L. Collins, N. P. Marrow. Kooert u Annin. Messrs. Julius Jvra kauer and Carl A, Beers. Lieut Hardy was presented with a silver loving cap by Julias Krakauer, president of the horse show associa tion, as an apracfation of Ms worsen tne training of the drill. Results of Show. The results Friday were as follows: First event, class four for business team. Tex and Mex. entered by the Texas company and driven by Abram Argandona won. Dick and Brownie, en tered bs Walter S. Clayton, driven by Walter G Clayton, second: Bessie and Jerry, entered by Western Transfer company, and driven by George Pruett. third, Joe and Dan, by Armour and company, driven by J. Holquin, were disqualified because one horse showed himself windbroken. The second event, class one, troop horse competition: Joe. entered by Capt G. Vidmer. Corp. Gordon up, won; Zapata, by Capt G. W. Moses, private R. A. Burns up, second, Jerry, by Capt G. Williams, Sgt W. J. Dunne up, third. Third event, an exhibition ride by 16 women and IS men. Ponies Under Saddle. Fourth event, class three, ponies un der saddle. Billy, entered by Mrs. Lee Orndorff, and ridden by master Lee Orndorff. jr.. up.' won: Don, by Mrs. J W. Johnson, Miss Coreae Boyd up, second. Bessie, by Merlin Porter, mas ter Park Pitman, jr.. up, third: Blonde, by Billy Tooley. Master Billy Tooley up, fourth. In the fifth event, class three, ponies to cart. Miss Wilmar Carusso's Black Beauty, driven bv herself, took the only prize over Master Conrad Bal lentine s Jim. Hunters and Jumpers, In the sixth event, class two. for hunters and jumpers, Maj. G. T. Lang, home's Rebel took first prize with Capt Ben Lear up: Capt Warren Dean's Cosmocrat. Capt Ben Lear up took second. Capt G. Vldmer's Scim itar, Capt. Vidmer up. took third, and Capt G. Williams' Manchu followed with fourth, Capt. Williams riding him. In the seventh event, class six, for I womens saddle horses, James G. Mc Nary's George W. showed up for the first time, big over the other entries, taking first easily, with Miss Hilde garde Sauer maneuvering him beau tifully before a generously applaud ing gallery- Mrs. Julius Krakauer's Peggy. Mrs. Krakauer up, took sec and ribbon; Maj. Langhorne's Rebel. Mi?fi I ucv Berrv un. took third, and Otis Coles's Knight. Miss Nancy Will- ' lams up, came lourtn witn tne wnne ribbon. George W. Winn. The eighth event, class Ave. for sad- Optimistic ELBERT HUBBARD, the no ted American Satirist, de fined an optimist as "a man who doesn't care what hap pens, so long as it doesn't happen to him." This is smug complacency and not the stuff of which progress is made. The man worth while is the man who cares what happens whether to him or some one else. If you are disinterested in the welfare of others, others will be disin terested in yours. t We are not so here because we know that should something happen to you through our fault, something will inevitably happen to us. And we think too much of the patronage of our humblest customer to per mit that thing to happen. ered Monday at Very Attractive Prices 'IGH class, desirable Silks and Woolen Dress Goods will be offered Monday, at prices you'll scarcely find equalled for many a day. Only unusual preparation can make such offerings possible-and unusual savings result for those who buy here Monday. (Signed) .wBavaaarfjfcg S Coats SNCLUDING sizes for juniors and intermediates. Made of novelty wool mixtures and solid zibelines. Some lined with new French flannel lining, in green, terra cotta. cardinal and black and white. They are values that would sell regularly at $7 JO to $15. On, sale in three great lots U $10.00, $7.50 , and cBO'o o GROS DE LOXDRES TAFFETA 36 inch wide. One of the most popular all silk fabrics. Shown in Afri can brown, Hague blue, bottle green, plum, crow's wing, navy and mack. K!f Regular $1.75 value, at a yard, pJAc ALL SILK CHIFFOX TAFFETA 36 inches wide. Shown in Copes, navy, African brown and black. Regular ?L50 seller. $1.15 Yard, at ALL SILK BLACK MESSALTXE 3S inches wide. Ideal for dresses and drops. The $1.00 grade, at a yard. SOIREE TAFFETA FnB yard wide. A new ami most desirable -silk for street wear. Shewn in Ku sian green, African brown, Burgundy, midnight blui ptam, navy and black. a -j A O J1.75 value, at a yard. spJAof S BI.ACK CHIFFON DRESS VBLVET A beautiful high raster quality, very much in demand for dresses and combinations. ThB doth cannot be duplicated for leas than 4U)0 per yard. A AE! Only a limited amount, at a yard. oK- CHIFFOX DRESS TAFFETA 1 art wide. A beautiful finished dress silk, in black only. $1.00 quality, at a yard, 69c CREPE DE CinXES M inch, extra heavy, all silk crepe de chine, suitable for underwear, drops. blondes and dresses. A wveiy quality, at a yard, , SILKS UP TO $2-00 AT 9Se YARD See our special table containing these silk, thrown out for a quick eteaa-np. Broken lines of fancy dress silks worth $1-50, $1.75 and $2.00. Beau tiful waist and dress lengths of th season's most popular and wanted (Q) R silks, at a yard. , J'SU WOOLEX REMNAXTS In a laree assortment. Choose from the lot Tj O Monday, at about J. CHKXEY BROS. K1MOXO SILKS 100 new and beautiful designs. A special pnrciiase for the Holiday trade. A most wonderful assortment of these very desirable fast color silks, priced as follows: 75e Kimono Silks, yard 5&c $1.00 Kimono Silts, yard 85c $L23 Kimono Sflka, yard 9Sc SILK REMXAXTS Hundreds of beautiful silk i.wm.b1b in LMioiha nf 1.? ftA X 'srii in a niee Suitable for fancy work, blouses, cap, bags, Knimm and combinations. Viit this table and see these cV remnants, at &. WATERFALL VELOCRS inches wide, for dresses and evening wear. One of the novel dress velvets of the season. Shown in a broken color range. Regular $&50 value, at a yard. CHIFFON BROADCLOTH 54 inches wide. Shown in navy, Hague blue, African brown, Boiling green, plum, crow wing, field mouse and black. $20 and $3.00 ,2 ?0 vahm, at a yard, ajpJfs Jt jr COATINGS 54 inch heavy Coatings, in a big range of plaid, checked, plant or striped effects. varaes to ?3Ju. nus m aH.eraeut opportun ity to hoy coating. Yard, at !L95 TKe Byss Department ens 3n AMMERS have been pounding and saws have been barking to get El Paso's Greatest Christmas Toy Store ready. And soon the children and grown-ups may come and see it in its newest. A real live Santa Clau; will be here and will tale the little tots' order for Christmas presents. We'll tell you about it soon. All we ask is that you watch our ad vertisements in the newspapers every day. For U(a2 . X Mnday l Tuesday BOYS' JERSEY SWEATERS With roll col lar. Here in navy, gray or red. Sizes for boys 8 to 14 years. Monday and Tuesday, each, at BOYS' KNIT SLEEPERS la white, with feet; fleeced. Sizes 2 to 8 years. QQ Monday and Tuesday, each, at - J& BOYS' SHIRTS White or striped. Neckband styles, with laundered cuffs. Sizes 12 1-2 to 14. Values $1.00 and $1.50. For boys 12 to 18 years. Each, at BOYS' HEADWEAR la felt, cloth or cordu roy. Odd lots worth to $IJX). For large or small boys. Monday and Tuesday, each, at Oust Greatest Sale OfWomens Higfe Siaoes EGINS in our basement store Tuesday, Xoveni 'ber 30th. To sav our "greatest" is a strong statement to make but it is absolutely a truthful one. SEE OUR ADVERTISEMENT INT MON DAY'S HERALD, then come Tuesday. Crepe de OHine and garments Fr 'T'HEY are most suitaWs gifts and though reasonably priced here, have the real intrinsic value that is always appreciated by wom en who really love beautiful gowns, camisoles, envelope cheause. corset covers, fashioned is the iew washable saiin and. crepe de chine. 1 NEW STYLES IN CAMISOLES AND CORSET COVERS Made tailored and trkamed in crepe de chine and washable sate. Pink or white. Sizes 36 to 44. Prices $2.95. $2.45. $1.95. $1.45, and down to PETTICOATS IN CREPE DE CHINE AND WASHABLE TAF FETA Some beautifully trimmed with corded ruffle, producing the new floral effects; also a haad-raade flower here and there that makes them dainty and new. Prices S1G.50, $7.50 and H-EPE DE CHINE AND SOCIETY WASHABLE SATIN GOWNS All sizes in pink or white. Some beautifully trimmed styles, others in the tailored Paul Poiret models. Prices $1Z58, $10.50, $8.50 and down to 95c Under- Women jim . .jTfli ;- Z KZ JL B S 1 , i J0S s Wanted New Fabrics Frm TKe Wash Gds ectin BEACON BATH ROBING Double faced and re versible. Here in dark or light floral or Navajo de signs. Warm and fast col ors. Priced for Monday, 35c at a yard, CHILDREN'S WEAR & HOUSE DRESS MATE RIALS K i ndergarten cloth, mercerized poplin, Japanese crepe, silk mixed crepe, Robeland fleece. striped madras, silk poplin. etc Yard. 20c, 25c and 50c WHITE FLANNELS For petticoats and bands. Plain flannels in all wool silk and wool, linen and wool. Priced at, a yard. 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, S1.00, and $1.25 EMBROIDERED WOOL FLANNELS For chil dren's petticoats. Pretty designs embroidered in silk. Scalloped or hem stitched edge. 32 inches wide. Priced at, a yard, 522.oo WOOL EIDERDOWNS White or colored; single faced, double faced, and extra heavy coating. Pret ty colors and designs. Priced at, a yard, 35c, 50c, $1.00, to i2oOO ijj. Please ; f Them All V7 Don't buy worthless gifts that one does not want. Use your better judgment deposit the money in favor of any member of the family and present him with the 'bank book on Christmas morning. That is something that will be appreciated. C nan&erci a! National BanK Prompt. Efficient Courteous Service. 2? VsvL die horses, walk, trot and gallop, was won br James G. McXary's George W., Carl A. Beers up. Capt. Rainej's Kinjt, Lieut- E. N". Hardy up. took second: Mai LanKhorne's Rebel took third, with Capt. Ben Lear oip; Lieut. L. P. CollInss Virginia, Loeut. Collins up, took fourth. Tied for First. , Ninth event, class seven, Grafton broad jump was tied for a finish. Capt. Williams's Cinder, Capt Will iams up; Capt. Dean's Cosmocrat. Capt. Lear up. and Capt. Williams's Jerry. Serfft. Dunne up, jumping even till dark. The tenth event, class IS. for model horses shown to halter, was won by James G. McNary's George W Lieut. Collins'8 Virginia coming second, CoL IL J. Slocum's Monterey coming third. $mm wmn i and Lieut Collins's Cinder making fourth place on a close Judging-. Broad Jump to Capt. Lear. The riders of the three horses which tied In the Grafton broad jump" at the horse show Friday afternoon drew straws Saturday morning to settle the winning of the jump instead of repeat ing the jump. Capt. Ben Lear won the draw, with Capt. Harry X. Cootes sec ond and Sergt Dunne third. Humphreys' Seventy-seven For Grip, Influenza, It's Going To Be a Dry Christmas In Arizona; 50 Cases Booze Seized A total of 1200 quarts of Christmas booze consigned to dry Arisona were seised by the United States officers Friday afternoon at the Southwestern freight station. The whisky was packed in SO cases and was consigned to a town in Arizona, the name of which the authorities - i ruse to divulge. The whisky included ceaar Brook and "Old Taylor' 'and was a part of the shipment which was being made to Arizona to irrigate the dry sections during the holidas. No arrests were made by the officers. v The successful use of "Seventy seven" has made many converts to Homeopathy especially when the following suggestion has been ob served. To get the best results, take "Seventy-seven" at the first feeling of a Cold lassitude. If you wait until you begin to cough and sneeze it may take longer. A small vial of pleasant pellets fits the vest pocket. 2j(- antl SI 00 Tt 11 JrusKist- o- mail, tl Humphreys' Ho neo Mtrt dne 'o. 1 W.lliam Street. Jeu. oriu V PHOENIX ORANGE GROWERS COMPETE FOR LOCAL MARKET Arizona oranges are to compete vig orously with the California product for the E! Paso market, according to Mrs. W. A. Wilson, of the Arizona Orange Growers association, who was here Friday and sold a carload of Phoe nix oranges, the first -of a series of shipments to be sent here Mrs. Wilson, who is herself owner of one of the "show" groves of the Salt River alley, said four carloads had been sold in Bisbee and Douglas, and that in southern Arizona generally the home oranges were crowding those from California for the market. Prior to this year, the Phoenix growers have been shipping almost exclusively to New York and other eastern cities. ssoojmo itniii iiomjs hi: T.K1 TO VT.VTB CAI'ITII, Judtje Adrian Pool left for ustin FnH night with the 3300.00) road bonus wfti'ii will ne rM,tfrecl v ith ihi ontroKi The bui el's iie sjm il t i F li Mi Untuck J 11 I'.i ni. i k! juu-f I ' s -.nut if. tf i T' ' N. Wright Co ought the bonds. DOG BlTTfe' of Denver, who DiTjri.K OWN Hit GIRL: IS i .IKRESTED R. L. Tankersley filed a comohint against H. Brettler. a building eont tractor. Friday., charging him with keeping a viefceus dog. Tankerslear claims the dog bit his daughter. WinW nie. on the hand. s A dollar saved by anting goads pro duced elsewhere Is a dollar thrown at your neighbor's birds. PURE RICH BLOOS PREVENTS DISEASE Bad blood. that is. blood that Is im pure or impoverished, thin and pale, is responsible for more ailments than anything ehie. It affects eery organ and function. In some cases it causes catarrh: in others, dyspepsia; in others, rheuma tism; and in still others, weak, tired, languid feelings and worse troubles. It is responsible for run-down con ditions, and is the' moat common catisa of disease. ' -, test the been wonderfuriy Vancccsttal fa. removing scrofula and ether, hamars. racreaaing the red-blood corpuscles; ' and building up the whole system. 0et it 'today. Adv. ' . .-y - VI U14VMC ' V Hood's SarsspariUa is th--rreat. purifier and eiaMckeTpAJh, blood t world MaVevar KmowrC IF has be CANDY SALE On Our Pecan Pralienes (The sticky kind.) 25c the'l-2;lb. box. SATURDAY ONLY 0 7 ff St 0 f .TlSE 00 A Tell These People What You Want - They Will Respond Promptly PHONE 608 629 A. B. ItYAX DRUGGISTS OTE.V ALL MGHT 212 San Antonio STATE NATIONAL BANK Xstablteaed April. 1SSI Capital. Snrpln. aad Profits, CSO,M0 INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS C. K. MORBHKAD, President. II C N. BASSETT, Vice Prex&het JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pr. GEO. D. FLORT, Cashier. U J. GILCHRIST. Ass't Cashier. t R. B. BIAS FUEL COMPANY Better prepared than ever to serve our customers promptly and efficiently P"S. . 1510 E. HteMUri St. WOOD COAL TEED POULTRY 3CPLI"S We have la fine slock of Aulo Windshields of best quality and we know how to put ihem w properly. TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO. 210-212 N. Stanton St. 203-206 i b J 'ho I ! . 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