El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Thursday, January 9, 1913 Page: 2 of 10
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See White' Sale
White Sale To Date
DESPITE the unfavorable weather of the pres-
ent Week our January White Sale is meeting
with big success. To further interest you in this big
eoent we note for tomorrow an
Extra Special LZuat 95c
. The values are up to $2.00
Just 1000 waists are embraced in this remarkable While Sale
Special and five big tables are needed to hold them. Every) imagin-
able kmd of white -Burnt is included. Below we try to give you some
idea of what you can buy here tomorrow in waists at 95c
TABLE NO. 1. On this table you will find the famous "Auto"
brand of tailored wauls in knife pleated wide pleats and initial
pocket styles. Also "Auto" brand initial lingerie waists and "Auto"
brand Imene tailored skirts.
TABLE NO. 2. Here you will find "Geisha" brand tailored
house waists made of white linene with colored collar and cuffs.
TABLE NO. 3. On this table are white linene coatee waists while
madras shirts and white soiesetle shirts
TABLE NO. 4. Dainty embroidered lingerie waists made with
high or low neck.
TABLE NO. 5. All sorts of while waists and shirts including
sheer musitt shirts.
The waists in this remarkable offer sell regularly
up to $2.00; you have choice tomorrow.
SPECIAL NOTE. We cannot send any of the above vraisls out
on approval or C. O. D. neither can we make any exchanges. Our
Fitog Roohib are steam heated and very comfortable and are at
your disposal to try on any of these ivakts and make sure that they
arc the right size etc.
Ranging In Price From $12.50 To $25.00
at $2 75
Beginning tomorrow we make a final uniform price
on all remaining high grade tailored hats. These
hats are from Fisfa Gage and Phipps.
Oar sale of tailored hats at $ 1 .00 has met with remarkable success
and 'customers have received remarkable values. Our present sale
is even more attractive.
This "offer means that our entire remaining stock of
high grade tailored hats ranging in price from
mo en i- "c rin ni i 1 j . .
.p IZ..JU 10 sJi.uu wui ue ctuseu out
SPECIAL NOTE. While this offer may seem exaggerated we
ask that you see-the Arcade d'isplay or better still visit the Millinery
Section and see for yourself thai these values are just as advertised.
A Few Remaining Hats
There yet remains ample selection
in desirable tailored hats ranging
ra price up to $12.50 which we
have oa sale at the nominal price
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Bo&rdisg aad Day School. All Grades. Primary through High School.
x Winter Term Begins Tuesday January 7.
MISS SLATER AHD MISS TAFEL PRINCIPALS.
SEW YORK STRIKERS SMASH
WEVDOWS IN ASTOR HOTEL
' New York It y Jan. 9. Efforts or
the International Hotel Workers' asso-
ciation to extend.tfce strike against the
larger hotels and restaurants of the
city are being continued.
Armed with bricks a mob of 300
men stormed the north side of the
Hotel Aator tonight hurling missiles
'.hrough the windows and shouting to
. the employes 'inside to join the strike.
A battle between the police and strik-
ers ensued in which a patrolman was
knocked down and injured.
Phone 1 for automobile cheap rates
quick service. Ixragwell.
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rre of your face? Is your nose
uuuu w cuijr wchj '
your cheeks sag? Have
you bagginess under
or over the eyes? Are
your cheeks hollow?
TTaurA v n ii frfickles.
I moles or other oiscoj-
oration of the skin?
Any or all of these
defects which are so
ansoying can be re-
moved promptly by
nur rainless method.
without inconvenience or loss
time. Whv delay? ..
Special prices for a short ume
1 Hotei. Phone 4700 for appointment.
WANTED- an experienced shipping
clerk also salesman. Must have good
references and city experience. None
other need apply.
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Mid-Season Styles In
The new millinery has been ar-
ming in considerable quantity
and we now have a representative
showing of all the best styles of
the immediate season.
ARMS POLICE WITH RIFLES
TO CHASE AUTO BANDITS
Chicago I1L Jan. 9. Ten policemen
selected from the best marksmen on
the force were armed with long range
rifles placed in four taxicabs and in-
structed by Capt Halpin to scour tho
city in search of holdup men of all de-
scriptions. He especially warned them
to be on the lookout for motor car ban-
dits but told them also to watch for
perpetrators of petty robberies.
The captain's action followed his con-
victipn that in the four men arrested
Sunday and Monday he had captured
only one of the automobile bandits.
That one. he says is Herbert Saucier
alias Cattlitth. Saucier's father has
telegraphed funds from his home in
Louisiana to employ counsel for his
"If you meet motor car bandits whose
cars are speedier than yours" the cap-
tain told his Bicn" tas -:siour rifles. Do
I riHjo-2f:-aid to shoot."" " !
If you have severe headaches appe-
tite is poor feel bilious you know
digestion is being retarded. Take
before meals and notice the im
provement. It is a real help
1 Start Your
Tomorrow afternoon at
3 o'clock of the
from the top floor of the Mills
building by one of the inventors
Everybody invited to be at the front of the
Mills Building at 3 o'clock tomorrow.
The demonstrator will come down slow fast
and stop at different points and show that the
machine is always under perfect control.
PBDBE OF THE
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lished and is open to all who comply
with its terms" said Sir. Daniels.
"Our present tariff is made up under
instructions from London to conform
to the English German and other con-
tinental tariffs for similar classes of
goods; in other words we charge the
same rates to American shippers as
are paid to shippers from Europe."
Archbald Scored by Sterling:.
Judge Archbald of the United States
commerce court sitting with his at-
torneys before the bar of the senate
is hearing his conduct and his integrity
as a Judge arraigned in bitter terms.
Representative John A. Sterling of
Illinois summing up the case against
judge Archbald. declared that it showed
him unworthy of public office; and
convicted him of a "system of conduct
which he has carried on with the rail-
roads so rank that it 'smells to
"If judge Archbald is not convicted
bf these offenses and removed from
office the verdict will be that the con-
stitution is at fault." said Sterling. "If
the senate does convict Judge Archbald
if the constitution in this case is com-
plied with as I believe it will be the
people again will turn to the old con-
stitution as their refuge and their har-
bor." Mr. Sterlintr declared the sneclfic
charges against judge Archbald at least
many or tnem were not ine single
grounds upon which the house asked
for his removal from office reviewing
judge Archbald's correspondence with
attorney Helm Bruce of the Louisville
& Nashville railroad over a decision in
which the commerce court ultimately
gave the award to the railroad he
"I believe the Inevitable and logical
and reasonable conclusion is that judge
Archbald. bv reason of this assistance
from Helm Bruce was able to convince
the court that their first decision was
wrong and compelled them to reverse
"We aro impelled to the conclusion
that judge Archbald was determined
and I am inclined to think he was
wrongfully determined to have that
case decided in favor of the Louisville
& Nashville railroad."
Tho closing arguments of the de-
fence was begun this afternoon.
The Indian affairs committee of
the senate heard witnesses in connec-
tion with the Townsend resolution to
refer to the attorney general records
pertaining to Crow Indians.
Representative Dupre has introduced
a bill providing for the celebration of
the 100th anniversary of the battle of
New Orleans In 1S15 and appropriating
$250000 for the purpose.
Alexander Simpson jr.. of Philadel-
phia for the defence attacked the legal
grounds upon which the house man-
agers were proceeding.
Mr. Simpson declared the prosecutors
had frankly admitted that judge Arch-
bald was accused of violation of no
specific law but had asked each mem-
ber of the senate to find in his own
conscience the law by which to judge
the accused jurist. He declared the
power of impeachment applied directly
to "treason bribery or other high
crimes of misdemeanors." but that the
house was attempting to convict Judge
Archbald when he was. In fact guilty
of nothing of a criminal or impeachable
NEGRO DENIES HE GOT $34000
FOR ARCHBOLD'S LETTERS.
Chicago 111.. Jan. 9. WlUis W.
Winkfield the former negro employe
of the Standard OH company who Is
charged with having assisted In the
theft of what are k'jown as the Arch-
bold letters which eventually reached
the public through William Randolph
Heart today told his version of the
Hetidiculed a report that $34000
Tr nolir-Tar th Talt?r--andJratr
intnthestorva newname fiat of Frank
Morell. who he said was an office boy
and file clerk for the oil company.
WInkfield said vnat his connection
with the letters was partly accidental.
He caught Morell and Charles Stump
he said in 1903 of 1904 taking letter
copy books from the files after office
Morell and Stunlp Winkfield de-
clared were so startled that they
promised to "let him in on the deal"
if he would keep quiet.
Winkfield will leave tonight for
Washington to appear Saturday before1
the special senate committee investi-
gating campaign expenses.
MEXICO BORDER AFFAIRS
Washington U. C-. Jt"J- The
long standing boundary dispute be-
tween Texas and New Mexico along the
Rio Grande was discussed before pres-
ident Taft yesterday by secretary
Fisher senator Culberson and repre-
sentatives Burleson and smith of
Texas senator Catron and represen-
tative Curry of New Mexico. The bound-
ary commissioners have been unable
to agree on a resurvey and president
Taft has decided to ask judge Sam R.
Scott the Texas commissioner to come
COMPOSER OF -O.UEEN ESTHER"
tU CANTATA DIES ON COAST
Los Angela. CaL Jan. 9. Richard
Watson Kernel a. musical composer of
rote died hcr. 3 't sttrdJ5 H-was
s m a--s old. n ong hi composit oris
ii". "tar.tat i 'QV'tu rnhT ' probably
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water going. A hot water heater in
the basement of the Mills building
broke Wednesday afternoon but was
replaced before dark by another larger
heater to supply water o the offices
in the building. The White House also
had a touch of the wet weather when
a radiator blew out and spattered hot
water and steam over the floor. A
number of hot water heaters in private
residences froze up and had to be re-
paired before fires could be relighted.
Water pipes continued to freeze and
burst and the streets were covered with
a coat of snow and ice.
The coldest weather on the El Paso
& Southwestern railroad system was at
Abbott a point on the Dawson branch
where the thermometer registered 20
uegrees below zero on Thursday.
HEAVY SNOW FALLS
ON PACIFIC COAST
Fields Sloping Dona to San Francisco
Bay Arc Covered "With Snow-
Blizzard in the Cascades.
San Fanclsco CaL Jan. 9. All the
fields sloping down the San Fanclsco
bay were white -with snow this morn-
ing for the first time in two years. In
Mount Tamalpais there was five inches
and the temperature was 28. In tho
city there were brisk flurries melting
as they fell.
Blizzard In Cascades.
Seattle Wash. Jan. 9. The worst
blizzard of the season Is raging in the
Cascade mountains according to re
ports to railroad officers In this city.
Trains on the Northern Paicfic and the
Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul allroads
are running frm four to nine hours
Eleven Below at Artenla.
Artesia N. M.. Jan. 9. The coldest
experienced in Artesia in seven years
was on Tuesday night when the ther-
mometer descended to 11 degrees be-
low zero. The night previous was two
degrees below zero with a strong
norther and two inches of snow.
Moderates at Silver City.
Silver City N. M Jan. 9. The
weather moderated last night. The
mercury had dropped to two below zero
the coldest long spell ever recorded.
There is yet no communication with
Mogollon and has been none for six
days. The waterworks in the city are
seriously impaired. Many houses are
without water. Cattle on the ranges
are suffering and it is feared the loss
very Cold at Stints. Fe.
Santa Fe N. M.. Jan. 9. This ancient
A Good Kidney Remedy
Is Like a Good Friend
I wish to tell of the wonderful re-
sults I have received from your noted
Swamp-Root I am fifty-eight years
of age well and healthy to-day but
there has been a time in my life that
I was all run down and worn out. My
kidneys were in a very bad condition
and I suffered from lame back. I have
tried other remedies but never got thb
results that " I have received from
Swamp-Root and I honestly believe
that I owe my life to Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root I tell others that I could
not live without Swamp-Root in the
house for when I feel tired and worn
out and my back not feeling right I
take Swamp-Root and I am feeling
fine In a few days. I heartily recom-
mend Swamp-Root the world over.
Very truly yours
MRS. W. A. GRIFFIN
303 No. Spring St. Tyler. Texas.
Sworn to and subscribed before roe
this the 20th day of April. 1912.
J. W. Benird.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Trove What Swamp-Root "Will Do For
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton
N. Y. for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone. You will also re-
ceive a booklet of valuable informa-
tion telling all about the kidneys and
bladder. When writing be sure and
mention tho El Paso Daily Herald. Reg-
ular fifty-cent and .one-dollar size bot-
tles for sale at all drug stores. Adv.
Mules & Horses
2ar extra fine large broke. Must
I'ourt ILiusc Aj2"n ard.
city is now in the grasp of the coldest
weather in 30 years while the present
low record lacks less than one degree
of being the coldest recorded since the
weather man first commenced making
observations in 1872.
Monday night the thermometer
reached2.2 degrees below The cold-
est previous record was In January
1883. when 13 below was registered.
These records were on the govern-
ment instruments although local ob-
servers state that on their thermometers
it wa? lower R. V Bovle says it was
18 below while C. J. Bacon says his
thermometer registered 15 below.
The freeze was accompanied by a
plentiful fall of snow which assures
good range conditions and plenty of
water in the streams next summer.
Morenei Mains Freeze.
Morenci. Ariz. Jan. 9. Morenci peo-
ple are experiencing the coldest weather
that has visited this section in years.
-- maina and afu-er connections aro
frozen all over camp.
Snow at Sierra Bianca.
Sierra Blanca. Texas Jan. 9 Snow-
fell here to a deptn of two Inches and
the thermometer registered four above
zero at 6 a. m.
Breaks 12 Years Record.
Bisbee. Ariz.. Jan. 9. The coldest
snap in 12 years has visited Bisbee and
the thermometer is hovering around the
zero mark. Large water mains have
burst houses -are isolated from a water
suddIv and the snow and the ice has
made traveling up the steep streets
Trade Normal in Colorado.
Trinidad. Colo . Jan. 9. The severe
cold has been dissipated in southern
Colorado and northern New Mexico the
mercury ascending from four below
zero today to 42 above. Stock has suf-
fered little and traffic is normal.
Lemon Crop Is Destroyed.
San Diego Calif-. Jan. 9. The cold
wave is ended and orohardlsts are fig-
uring up the cost. C. H. Stuart county
San Diego county at from J4.000.000 to
'"There is not the slightest doubt." he
said "that the entire lemon crop on the
trees is practically lost. The trees also
have been killed at the tops and outer
parts. There will be virtually no crop
Rain Helps Orange Crop.
Los Angeles Calif.. Jan. 9. Rain
which began near midnight and prob-
ably will continue greatly benefited
today the citrus fruit growers whose
oranges and lemons suttereu in me re-
cent cold snap. Citrus experts said
that the rain coming directly on the
heels of the freeze made conditions
ideal for the effort to save that part pf
tho crop which was only slightly
nipped by the frost.
THINK DOUGLAS MAN
WAS FROZEN TO DEATH
Douglas Ariz. Jan. 9. Julius Holt
aged 23 years employed as a skimmer
at the Copper Queen smelter was
found dead in a cell at the city jail
following bis arrest on a charge of
drunkenness. It is charged that his
death was due to freezing. The city jail
Is not provided with sleeping accom-
modation Of any kind and prisoners
are forced to He on the concrete floor
of the building protected only by suclr
covering as they wrap around them.
Temperature here has bettered the
low record by 12 the mercury standing
six below zero. Wednesday morning's
temperature was three above zero.
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Many cases of Piles have been cured
by a trial package of Pyramid Pile
Remedy without further treatment
When it proves its value to you. get
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BY MRS. MAE MARTYN
Miss B. K. The worry and bother of .
wearing nair-nets ana veils to niiujo
the hair stay up and conceal that dull
"stringy" unkempt appearance you
speak of could be easily avoided if
you would stop shampooing with soap.
The "free" alkali in soap irritates the
scalp makes the hair streaked dull
coarse and brittle. Shampoo with a
teasponful of canthrox dissolved in a
cup of hot water and your hair will
always be light fluffy and easy to do
up besides looking decidely neat
This shampoo lathers abundantly
dries quickly stops Itching of the scalp
and cleanses as no other shampoo
will. The luxury of extreme cleanli-
ness which cornea from the use of this
sbampoo has made t so o-jpulir that
many of the best hairdressers now use
it exclusively. It is inexpensive and
can be bought at any drug store.
Carmen: It Is a very easy matter to
reduce your weight without leaving
the SKin wrinkled and Hal'l-V if you
only know how. Here Is the secret:
Buy at any drug store four ounces of
parnotis and put in 1 1-2 Pints of hot
water. When cold strain and take a
tablesponful of the liquid before
each meal. This is harmless and the
pleasing way it will cut down your
weight will surprise you. Avoiding
rJchV solid foods and taking plenty of
exerclsewill aseistereatly in getting
rid of yoHn fat- quTafely.
Nadie: To strengthen your weak
eyes and rid them of that dull over-
worked look put in each eye dally
two or three drops of a fine strengthen-
ing tonic made by dissolving an ounce
of crystos in a pint of water. This
eye-tonic is very soothing and
strengthening and by using it regu-
larly in a short time it will make your
eyes strong clear and sparkling. I
find It unequalled as a good eye-tonic
for treating weak inflamed expres-
Inez G.: Don't worn-: almost every-
body else has the same troubles:. At
the approach of winter impurities in
the blood usually manifest them-
selves and what you require to over-
come the pimply "muddy" complex-
ion is a good system-tonic and regu-
lator. You can easily make it your-
self. Get from your druggist an ounce
of kardene and dissolve it in one-
half pint alcohol (not whisky): then
add one half cupful sugar and enough
hot water to make a quart of tonie
A tablesooonful taken before each
meal will soon rid your system of
poisonous accumulations and make
you strong and healthy bringing the
ruddy glow of perfect health to your
lma B.: You can rid vcur skin of
hip unsightly hairs with a ir'plf
r i"!' marli In mixinfi enough pow'' r-
l delator! mi' Witi r to covi the
hilrs not w. nt- d. Apply and lit r.-
Much suffering among the poorer clas-
ses is reported. s
LINER BATTLES WITH GALE
OFF THE COAST OF IRELAND
Queenstown. Ireland Jan. 9. A ter-
rific battle with the gale is being
fought off this port by the liner Phila-
delphia which left Southampton yes-
terday for New York.
The Philadelphia arrived off Roches
Point at 11 oclock this morning and
since that hour has been trying unsuc-
cessfully to enter the harbor. Many
passengers and a big mail are waiting
on the quay for shipment to. America.
3IEXICAN FREEZES TO DEATH
AT AGUA PRIETA SONORA
Agua Prieta Son. Mex. Jan. 9. An
unknown Mexican supposed to be a
private in the federal force at Agua
Prieta died from exposure during the
snowstorm here. The man had been
drinking and fell in the snow on the
street. He lay without attention it
is claimed for several flours.
TO DRAW NEW CHARTER
FOR CITY OF PHOENIS
Phoenix Ariz. Jan. 9. May 6 has
been set by the council as the date on
which a board of freeholders will be
elected to draw up a new charter pro-
viding for the commission form of mu-
nicipal government. The primaries
will be held April S. The regular city
election will also be held May 6.
After the freeholders are elected they
will have 90 days to report to the
council. One charter was drawn but
the governor refused to approve it on
the ground that it conflicted with the
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
THICK RED RASH 01
And Arms. Itched so Scratched Skin
Off. Pitiful to See. Mass of Sores.
Had to Handle Him on a Pillow.
Used Cuticura Soap and Oint'
ment. Well In a Week.
1603 Isabella Ave. KhorriHe Tann.
"Last summer when nor baby was only a
fewireeksold bis head chest nnrt arms brake
out with vb&t appeared as
first to be prickly neat a
very floe ttuck red rvh.
In a fenr days a brown
seals famed over the af-
fected surface and just
after tfais 01811 tioOs ap-
pcared en. bis head. His
": zz'Jtli ;.- ' bead wa hot and itched
I... Z'.;i go intensely Sat he wcoM
scratch the skin oS wssrever ha could get
his hands. Ho scraftrftfid the blood oat cf
his face his eyes began to get sore sod he
vraa pitiful to see. His head chest asd
aims were a mass of sores. I had to handle
Mm en a pillow and then ha was In so much
pain ha could hardly sleep and was so fretful
it took nearly all my time to caro sr him.
" I Med several remedies which ad ssemed
to make him worse He bad been is tills
coadittna about three weeks when I received
a free sample of OntVcnra Soap and Oint-
ment. I began their usa at ones and the
first oppHcatiaa cleaned his head perfectly
and ha began to Improve frost tbas very
hour. I got same mora and In a week bo was
wall and not a scar left on Mm." (SSgsed)
Mrs. L. T. Sexton Mar. 31. 1812.
Oottccra Soap 85c. tgiriOcttaauOinteMot
50c. are sold everywhere. liberal eartplo of
each mailed free wtthSS-p-Skta Book Aj-dresspost-rd'CTlBa.Dept.T.Bceton.'
43"Tender-fSced mao "M use Cuticcra
Soap Shaving SHcfc. 25c Sample free.
Spirits for Rheumatism
The use of spirits in the treatment
of rheumatism has proved an inova-
tion among the medical profession.
When mixed with certain other in-
gredients and taken properly it is said
to be an almost infallible cure for rheu-
matism and backache. Here is the
formula: "From your druggist get one
ounce of Toris compound (in original
sealed package) and one ounce of
syrup of Sarsaparilla compound. Take
these two ingredients home and put
them into a half pint of good whiskey.
Shake the bottle and take a tablespoon-
ful before each meal and at bedtime."
Results come immediately.. If your
druggist does not have Toris compound
in stock he will get it in a few hours
from his wholesale house. Don't be
influenced to take some patent medi-
cine instead of this. Insist on having
the genuine Toris compound in the
original one ounce sealed yellow pack-
age. Published by the Globe Pharma-
ceutical Laboratories of Chicago. Adv
main two or three minutes. Then rub
off wash the skin and the hairs are
gone. This method is harmless and
unfailing and leaves the skin free
from spot or blemish.
ANXIOUS: Your figure will soon be
plump and symmetrical and your bust
nicely rounded out If you employ the
vaucaire treatment made at home as
follows: In 1 pint water dissolve 11-2
cupfuls sugar then add 1 ounce galloL
Take 2 teaspoonfuls before each meaL
This Is not a fat-builder but a bust-
developer and will energize the stunted
tissues and permit them to attain their
Mrs. W.: Long curly lashes lend an
added touch to feminine beauty. Get
from your druggist a small original
package of pyroxin and apply a little
of it at lashroots with thumb and
forefinger. This makes them grow
long and curly. Thin eyebrows should
have pyroxin rubbed on them with
finger-end and they will come in thick
and glossy. Use caution not to get any-
where hair is not wanted.
Jessie H.: Some sage dressings are
beneficial to the scalp but I never
recommend them on account of the
danger of stanrr cr Utieotorhtg tb
hair. IC -wcu wtnt a good dependable
remeuy for dandruff. Itching scalp
and falling hair try an ounce of
qulnzoln dissolved In one-half pint of
alcohol (not wlUsky) and one-half
Pint wateF. This-will put .your hair
and scalp in a healthy condition. Ap-
ply the tonlo twice week rubblngit
gently into the hair-roote. It Is free
from oil and makes a fine dressing for
the hair I know of many who were
tronnipd"wlth "hopeless" cases of dand-
ruff aid falline ialr that found this
IUZoa.- Yoi1 must not use face powder
If vou want a smooth rosy healthy
comDlexlon. Powder enters the pores
enlarSs them and eventually causes
carslT sallow skin then wrinkles.
To have a smooth skin that looks
natural and not artificial you must
Use alotlon. Here Is a splendid re-
Ipe for an Inexpensive one. Get from
any drug store four ounces of spur-
max. dissolve It in a half-pint hot
water (or witch hazel) adding two
teaspoonfuls glycerine. Apply this
lotion to your face neck and arms
rubbing gently for a few moments and
It will lend a most charming tone to
your skin. This spurmax lotion re-
moves the shine and gives a clean
clear wholesome look to a sallow
skin. If you desire a really charming
complexion taboo face powders; They
rub off too easily and give that readily
notlceable "painted" look which this
lotion does not This lotion is ine
for cold sorf? chaps pimples and a
sure protPi. tion to a delicate skin
fr-r.m bitinsr w.nds and changes of
W. tv 'J
THE USE OF
When you can get a
warm suit or overcoat
at virtually your own
who waited for
the last minute
just because you
thought Mr. Jack
Frost was not
coming to ESPaso?
is here and
to stay for a
me to i tie
and heat Mr. Jack
Frost to it. Get
one of our
or $35.00 Suit or
Any $22.50 $18.50
Suit or Overcoat .
All $12.50 to $15.00
Come Today Come Tonight
buy and enjoy a warm Suit
or Overcoat as thousands
of pleased customers are
now doing and lauging at
Mr. Jack Frost.
Open Until 9 P. M.
Clifford J. Halpern Sales Mgr.
You Had Batter
U2S the most t-'P'-Ur. i
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