El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Friday, June 21, 1912 Page: 3 of 16
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EL PASO HEflALD
Friday June 21 1912
Tomorrow the Last Day of this Greatest
V B r-. S
50c Ramie Crash 35c.
AH linen Ramie crash in white
and colors 50c grade; QCp
Napkins at Cost.
Odds and ends in all pure linen
napkins will bo closed out at
Neckwear at 45c.
White and cream lace sailor and
Dutch collars extra C
O JJ-.--- HVf .ina
Ribbon Special 19c
Plain and fancy hair bow and
sash riblons; stripes checks
plaids and pompadour jQ
Glove Special $2.45
Ifi button embroidered silk srloes:
black white and match shades
75c Gloves Pair 35c
Two clasp silk gloves double fin-
ger tips match shades OP-
broken sizes special Oi3C
Women's pure linen hemstitched
nanoKercHiras einuruiuereu in
itials and designs;
Silver Mesh' Bags.
German. Silver mesh bags pretty
designs. Regular $3. ( QQ
values; special at... P JL IO
Corded Mesh Bags.
Very new and stylish. We offer
50c white and cream 1 Q
ones at A27C
YET IB MEET III
Reported That Rebels Are Closing in on Mazatlan With
Good Prospects of Taking That Port Again Soon.
Would Thus Be in Position to Secure Ammu-
nition Without Stint VIscissitudes of
Tucson Ariz. June SL latest arriv-
als from Sinaloa say that -while the
rorth end of the state has seen very
t ttle revolution ry activity ior come
-a-eeks and the jovernmnt haC the ad-
vantaee In the recent skirmishes the
s.tuation around Mazatlan is still dif-
ficult for the government. The "Bov-
ernment leaders were not very enthu-
siastic over their alleged victory at
Tanuco about a Tveek ago and the
opinion gains ground that the rebels
arc closing in on Mazatlan and will
take that port again soon. Mazatlan
has large stocks of American and for-
c gn canned and package goods which
the rebels are eager to seize and they
lioj-c to find there th money which
uas taken away from Culiacan just be-
fore they sacked that cit. With
June Clearance Sale T i
This sale still continues to grow. People
appreciate the big Bargains we are giv-
ing them and are taking advantage of it.
Attend our Sale and Save Dollars for
Men's $5.00 Oxfords (JJO QC
and Shoes at 40.7?
Men's $4.50 Oxfords
and Shoes at
Men's $3.50 Oxfords
and Shoes at...
HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS NOT MENTIONED HERE
? EL PASO SHOE CO.
"VT" E' VE PROVIDED an entirely new spread of values for this last
day of the Mill End Sale. Every clepartment is making a spebial
effort: It is our aim to make tomorrow the biggest day of all and if at-
tractive merchandise and real values 'count for anything we will have no
trouble in accomplishing our purpose. Hardly more than half the values are
Long Silk Kimonos $245
A newly arrived lot that came in the nick of time
for Saturday's selling. All colors of first quality
floral kimono silk from the best maker we know.
Pull length garments with ribbon trimmings. While
they last Saturday rj i
your choice -.......- v jfO
Wash Skirt Special 79$
Nifty styles in white natural light blue and black
lineue wash skirts in' styles
from the usual run of skirts
them pearl button trimmed embroidered .scalloped
etc. All perfect fitting garments TQr
and splendid value at -. . ? C
Undermuslin Special 45
After a week of strenuous selling we come forward
with a special lot of undermuslins we've reserved for
last day selling we want to make tomorrow the
busiest dav of the entire event. Even if you've al
ready patronized the sale it will pay you to come-
again and pick up some of these splendid closing of-
ferings from this remarkable 45c lot.
Here you will find lovely combinations 'beautifully trimmed in lace
and embroidery and ribbon run; hand embroidered chemise ribbon
run; corset covers daintily lace and embroidery trimmed also allover
embroidered; hand embroidered initial gowns in all initials V r.ml
and high neck lace ribbons embroidery and. tuck trimmed; skirts
with deep flounces and non-tearing placket trimmed in Val and
Torchon laces; drawers of plain and cross barred muslin; some
circular style some with fitted hips lace embroidery hemstitching
and tuck trimmed; all exceptional values at the A J
matchless price of "OC
American Lady Corsets
We know the figures most admired and we know who arc the bujers of
American Lady Corsets. A list of the two names would be remarkably
similar almost identical. Tomorrow we offer American Lady corsets at
$1.00 and $1.50. Styles to suit all figures. Among the lot you will find
a new shipment of the short models of which there is such a great demand.
Expert corsctieres to fit you -with these models ' (S -j r
at $a.00 and -. ' pi.DU
Toilet Goods For Saturday-Underprieed
25e Sanitol face cream special a jar . 16c
Lizzells and Colgates bulk perfnme asst. odors oz 38c
50e La Blaclie face powder special a box 37c
$1.00 Pinaud's Eau de Quinine hair tonic bottle . . .: 69c
25c Lehn and Muks Talcum powder a box 17c
25c Colgates Rapid shaving powder special 17c
Mazatlan in their possession they could'
easily secure arms and ammunition
from any part of the world.
Again In Madero's Fnor.
The government organs of Mexico
City have announced that Kenteria the
iladerista governor who was run out
of Sinaloa by the rebels in March in
a movement directed especially against
him and not against Madero has again
won Madero's favor and he will be
sent back to Sinaloa to serve out his
term which empires in September. This
announcement caused general disgust
in Sinaloa where he is hated and dis-
counts the hopes of the pacification of
the state by Gen. Delgado the military
governor who was sworn in on the
14th. Little is known of Gen. Delgado.
but because he is from the outside and
Ladies' $4.50 Colonial Pumps all
leathers and ($?0 IT
Ladies' $3.50 Colonial tf o r
Pumps and Oxfords at & &0
Ladies' $2.50 and $3
Pumps and Oxfords at
till mi s
that are "different'
at this price. Many of
has had no connection with any of the
ri-val factions in Sinaloa it was hoped
he could restore order and would be
given the necessary time to do it.
Vlclsxitudcs of Game Many.
The vicissitudes of the revolutionary
game in Mexico are aptly illustrated in
the case of Manuel Zazueta. wno is
now doing time as a private soldier in
the federal army somewh re around
Zazueta was a merchant in Culiacan
in sympathy with the rebe z and when
the rebels captured the City April 17
he was named as their governor. Af-
ter the rebels looted and evacuated the
city they were pursued by government
troops. Zazueta happened to be in a
band that was captured on May 4. He
was sent as a prisoner of war to Mex-
ico City where he volunteered had his
head shaved and was "mugged" per
custom with such "volunteers" and
went to the front
Don Mucio de la "Vega formerly pro-
prietor of the hotel Hosales in Culiacan
was captured with Zazueta. and he also
has the honor of serving his country as
a noble "volunteer" in the federal ar-
my. These are typical of the recent en-
listments in the army. Zazueta and de
la Vega are only two out of 172 who
went the same route from Culiacan.
and are now "volunteers" in the federal
COL. OROZCO SKXDS HIS
FAMILY TO THIS CITY
Members of the family of Col. Pas-
cual Orozco. military commander of
Juarez and father of the rebel general
have taken up their residence in Kl
Paso. They moved from Juarez on ac-
count of the many rumors prevalent
that federals are gathering in the vici-
nity of the rebel port. They are liv-
ing on Mesa avenue.
EFFORT TO SAVE SHATTERED
LEG OF IMMIGRATION MAN
A desperate effort is bein made to
save the shattered Ie; of immigration
inspector Kay Gould who accidentally
shot himself Wednesday nfcht. The steel
jacketed .45- caliber " bullet passed
through his left les just below the thih.
Four inches of the hope was shattered
by the missile and tlie attending physi-
cians are making an effort to prevent
the amputation of the Iejj by the use
of a siher plate. Gould -Has catinjr din
ncr in a Spanish restaurant when hi
revoher srtuek on the ch.iir cocking
it. When he attempted to straighten
it in the holster the gun as discharged
the ball striking him in the upper art
of the leg and assing through the bone.
Inseclor Gould's wife died recently at
the eruptive hospital of smallpox.
MIDLAND IS TO HAVE
. ANOTHER WHOLESALE HOUSE
Midland Teas June 31. Another
wholesale house ivill shortly open in
Midland. J. M. Jcmison has purchased
a block of land adjoining the railroad
right of way and is erecting a store
room. Mr.Jemison will do a jobbing
business strictly dealing in heavy gro-
ceries feed building material and ranch
H. S. Potter general superintendent
of the Electric Railway company has
returned from Seattle where he attended
the electric light convention.
Charles Ivinzel. postoffice inspector dt
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McGOWN'S BODY IS
TAKEN TO AUSTIN
Thirty Members of El Paso
Bar Association Attend"
6 P3UU31 iiJadoad sq in3m oncid
About 30 members of the El Paso
Bar association met Friday morning
at the Union station and witnessed
the departure of the body of "William
C. McGown state representative who
shot himself at his home here. Fu-
neral services and interment will be
held at Austin.
The body was accompanied by Floyd
McGown an attorney of Austin and
brother of the deceased official. The
widow and mother did not make tho
BABY JOIXS MOTHER.
Surviving the mother one day "Wan-
da aged one year died at Santa Rita
X. M- where Mrs. Howard Golemon
died. Mrs. Golemon was the wife of
Howard Golemon of the Chino Copper
company and a daughter of Col. J. C.
Tipton a former El Paso newspaper-
man. The bodies of mother and child
arrived here Friday morning and
funeral services were held Friday
afternoon in the chapel at 506 Texas
street. Rev. J. E. Abbott officiated.
Interment will be made here.
SCOTT GItEEX CASEY.
Scott Green Casey 7 years old son
of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Casey jr.
died early Friday morning at the resi-
dence 1589 Montana street. Funeral
services will be held Saturday morn-
ing at 10 oclock at the residence.
MRS. M. E. PIERCE.
T. C. Lea received a message an-
nouncing the death of Mrs. M. L. pierce
at KoswelL X. M. Mrs. Pierce was an
aunt of the El Paso attorney. Her
son IMgar Calfee. died last week. Mr.
Lea will leave Friday evening for Ros-
well to attend the funeral.
MRS. J. M. McDOUG.VL.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDougal have
returned from Deming where Mr. Mc-
Dougal was called on account of the
illness and death of his mother. Mrs.
J. M. McDougal. Mrs. McDougal"s re-
mains were taken to Alamogordo for
Why He "Wan I.nte.
"What made you so later
"I met Smithson."
"Well that is m reason why yon
should be an hour late getting home to
"I know but I asked him how ho was
feeling and lie insisted on telling me
abouthis stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber-
"Sure that is what he needs." Sold
by all dealers.
Aot n False Alarm.
June Clearing Sale Saturday Special
?1.00 alarm clocks for 55c
Rogcru Furniture Co.
See Ardoin's Ad. page 3.
Phone for 25c raspberry sherbet after
supper Elite Confectionery.
Coldest melons City Market phone 138
MIND some of the best lots are in limited quantities and
rrpmpndnnslv rp.dnr.fid to close them out auick so come
eady. Other lots that were broken by last week's big business have been
consolidated and receive another deep cut. There'll be wonderful value-
picking here tomorrow. From the opening of our doors till closing time the
store will be a field of values.
Wonderful Shoe Values
WOMEN'S PUMPS AND LOW SHOES As a fit-
ting climax to the Mill End Sale we will place on
sale all odds and ends of women's pumps and low
shoes footwear ranging in price from $2.50 $3.00
to $3.50 will be sacrificed at 1 L1
WOMEN'S OXFORDS All of the broken lines o
women's blucher oxfords in stock will be put on sale
at factorv cost. They are of Suede Patent and Gun-
metal with turn and" Goodyear welt - AtL
sole $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 values
CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR Broken lines of boys
and girls' pumps and oxfords. All styles regardless
of f ormer prices in sizes up to 2 9 5 C
will go at a pair -.-......-
CHILDREN'S PUMPS A new shipment of
mitlfl strati -mimns. made of jmnmetal and
patent leather broad toe styles good substan-
tial soles. While they last they go at the fol-
lowing prices: . 5 1-2 to 8 $1.00; a - fL (
8 1-2 to 11 $1.25; 11 1-2 to 2 A - V
From the Boys' Department
BOYS' WOOL SUITS To add new zest to the sale of boys' woolen suits
we have taken a number of suits from our regular stock and added them
to th suits left from the reat Chicago purchase and sale of which people
ha.e been taking advantage. These garments are sizes T0 QC
6 to 17. Values to $9.50 for ?4.95; values to $7.50 rVV
BOYS' BLOUSES A newly arrived shipment of boys' unlaundered blouses
in light or dark patterns; attached collars. 39 C
Special at each " ..
BOYS' WASH SUITS In sailor blouse and Buster Brown styles; all
-win arui wliite. These we offer tomorrow at a special f per
of your opportunity to share in this sale of suits
it's getting close to the "now or never" stage the
lap." Still a number of suits to choose from but
sale brings its end in sight. If you want to pay $ 1
your suit money buy the very limit of value
plan attending at once -
$5.50 and $6.00 Stacy Adams
This includes all slightly
Russia calf Patent colt
styles. See San Antonio Street window display of this $5.50 and
footwear offered at a pair ..-
"Bates Street" ?1.50 and
$2.00 shirks in all colors;
Newport madras Rus-
sian stripes etc. full
length sleecs guaran-
teed fast shades. Extra
AFTER SUPPER SALE
7 to 9 O'clock Only
LAMBERT'S LISTERINE Lambert's $1.00
Bottle of listerine offered in " fi.
the After Supper Sale at fy
each (Limit one bottle)
WATERPROOF TOURIST CASES with
apartments for comb and brush tooth
brush soap and sponge; neatly fin- jji
ished. Extra special After Supper each. .
(Limit one case).
MEN'S HOSE SPECIAL 12Jc Men's soft
finish lisle hose with linen heel and toe; colors tan
slate wine Copenhagen and J
black. A matchless value at Jr.
a pair - - - -"
You're ISfearing the End
broken lines in shoes and oxfords of this well known make. Tan
and kid gun metal and black kid in both button and Blucher
See Other Specials in
Other Sections of Our
$1. and $1.25 Bags 77c.
Women's leather velvet and lace
hand bags in numerous 77
shapes; special each .... C
Women's Knit Vests.
Women's featherweijrht summe:
vests good ribbed 25e
values in aH
10c Knit Vots7c.
Women s 10o gTade of summer
knit vests all sizes; ex-
tra special .........
25c Hosiery 12 l-2c
Women's black lace hose just
the thing for summer. Ag
12 l-2c pair 2 for
50c Silk Hose 39c.
Women's 50c black silk boot hose
with lisle colored Iaven- OQ
der tops pair . . . .OuC
Sun Bonnets 19c.
Women's and children's good qual-
ity chambray 6un bonnets lace
trimmed (basement) "J Q
each . XC
Embroideries 7 l-2c
Fine quality Swiss embroideries
some cros3 barred effects 7fo
values to 15c (basement) C
Good quality cover steel frame
and rod fancy and mis- PA
sion handles (basement) .OUC
50c Kimonos 30c.
Long lawn kimonos in Japanese
and floral patterns 50c Q f
values Cbasement) ......5JC
at $1 0 and $ 1 5
sale is on its "last
the success of the
0 or $ 1 5 and make
AT ifrTTWr fi 1 t li liul hi Hlliiii
lien's 25e Tub Ties in
fancies stripes and solid
colors all new aad iip-to-the-secoad
each or 3
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