El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Saturday, January 17, 1914 Page: 2 of 38
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More qf Martinez Cka Than Jones In EI Paso
Smith yny As Takes a Rear Seat in the New City Directory; Badger Some Bears Two Tangoes nd a L of
Fishers tat No Fishes.
MORE Martinez folk live in EI
Paso than the well known
Smith or Joaes clan.
The new city directory which has
just been Issued by the Worley Direc-
tory company proves it. There are
only 106 of the Jones boys living at
the present time in El Paso and the
Smith set numbers but 183 including
one Smyth and a Smlthe. The total
enrolment of tb entire Martinez
famllv is 206 Just 100 more names
than 'there are in the Jones family.
The new city directory shows a
number of tbinga not generally known.
It develops the fact that Ed Leak
a janitor in the Roberts-Banner build-
ing and is hunting for leaks In the
steam fitting and plumbing most or
There are three Abels and sir Cains
in the directory but there have been
no one round knockout bouts yet
stapred by them. i..
There is a Badger 'our Bears
(spelled Behr) three Deers a Babbitt
named Roy who works in the El Paso
Herald mechanical department a num-
ber of Campbells and eight Foxes.
Plenty of Fishers; bo Fink.
Plenty of Fishers live in El Paso
but there is not a Fish in town to
take the honorable city directory's
word for It But there is a Finn two
Finneys and one Ftecher German
Lee Gee is a akullion in a north side
residence and his nickname is "Whiz."
A glimpse into the future life is
given in the H column of thte direc-
tory for one name there Is Hellbig.
There is a High School and a High
Long listed in the official guide to
the beet families. High Long launders
clothes and the High jfthool. Irons out
human minds. j:2 ' .
Ho who edits tills - directory oonld
not spell cat without adding two T.'s.
He has spelled the name of the mother
country wrqng for there is one Inglish
in the directory.
All told there are 17 Paynes in the
blue book but not a single one has
M. D. after his name.
A local Bain four Raineys and ene
Rainwater make up the weather sec-
tion of the big book.
O. H. Sellers is a traveling sales-
man. Charles Sells sells hats and also
Robert M. Shaver is not a barber
but a weather observer In the weather
Of the Smith symposium there are
eight Williams and only one Bill.
Ed L. Tinker has no corner on the
tango game for there are two Tangos
in the directory an uib iime. t
Neither should president Wilson get
chesty over his fine old southern
name In the blue book there are eac-
actlv 91 Wilsons that's all
You are in the directory. He Is a
Chinese cook and his full name is Lee
T." f. Jewah. has proved there is
nothing particular in a name for he
5 . nf the best custom insDectors
in the sewJeA jBTeviny that hts name .
mil Tnnt has it on Tom Jones bv
J two for there are six of theWilliam
folk and only io"! .t""""1"-
There are 28 Kellys and Henry in
the official blue book.
Southern patriots will find subject
for reverence in the honored name of
Robert E. Lee among the L's.
Tilne Sations Represented.
Nine Nations are represented In the
directory including J. H.
Of Orezoas there are 39 but there
Is only one Pascual and goodness
knows where he is.
Six Parsons and seven Churches
look after the future welfare of the
Abasta is the Alpha and Zwisher is
x. -.- nf the newest directory.
I These names begin and end the book.
AT MYNDUS N. M.
Kl Paso Klrm to Krect Hotel Resi-
dences m Fine Se "With Sta-
ble Stems an Orfcer Balldtags.
An HI lssn firm has secured &
$150000 bofUUng contract at Myndus
N. M. let by P. W. Turner of New
Orleans La president of the Tur-
aerized Roofing Co of Hew Orleans.
The contract was secured by the
Thomas J. Pritebard Construction
Co. of TBI Iaso.
The work includes the building of
a. 3-room modern hotel at Myndus
and 10 cottages fitted with upto date
improvements also a $20000 resi-
dence garage and barn which It is
supposed Mr. Turner is building for
his personal se. The latter build-
ings are located a short' distance
from Myndus on a part of a 1000 acre
tract of land which air. Turner owns
at that point.
Myndus is located about 70 miles
west of El Paso on the Southern Pa-
cific railroad. Jt is not known what
the intention ocf Turner is with re-
gard to Myndus. No property is be-
ing offered for sale though the state-
ment has been made that all the cot-
tages being built are now rented
which may indicate that there may
be a factory erected at Myndus.
Mr. Turner is the .man who got
the roofing contract for the Kansas
City Stock yards where about 23
acres of roof were covered with Tur-
Mr. Pritchard has sole charge of
all building operation at Myndus un-
til Mr. Turner returns to this local-
ity in June.
Besides the Turner work the
Pritchard firm has taken several
contracts from private agencies at
Myndus. These include a large gen-
eral atore for R. D. Clayton a pool
Tiall and other buildings.
RATK HBARIXG POSTPONED
BT ARIZONA COMMISSION
Phoenix. Ariz.. Jan. 17. At the re-
quest of the railroads the hearing to
have been held before the corporation
commission January 26. for the pur-
pose of considering a proposed sched-
ule of distance tariffs on lumber and
rules regarding station facilities has
been postponed until February 9.
THBBE MEN WITH WINDOW
SASHES ARK ARRESTED
Augustln Gutierrez M Cruz and An-
Antonio Lopez were arrested by J. B.
Badger Friday nieht Each defendant
had a window sash which the police say
belonged at Badger's place. Second and
Santa Fe streets.
The La Mode Beauty Shop is now
open on the second floor of the Herald
building. Shampooing hair dressing
facial massage scalp treatment cos-
metics hair good; switches made from
comings. Herald building phone 1332.
FIRE DAMAGES COAL
CHUTE OF SANTA FE
Fire at 6:20 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing did approximately $200 worth of
damage to the Santa Fe coal chute
in the Santa Fe yards at the termi-
nation of West Overland street. The
cause of the fire was unknown. It
started in the coal bins. As soon as
the members of the central fire de-
partment arrived on the scene they
dumped the coal on the tracks. Only
the chute proper was damaged the
bridge and trestle work of the chute
not being Injured.
At 10:15 o'clock Friday night the
central company responded to an
alarm for a trash fire in the yard
at 905 Montana street There was
NOT PANCHO VILLA AS STUPID
AMERICANS THINK SAYS VELARDE
"They think that I am Pancho Villa"
said Tgnaclo Velarde as he played a
tune with a fork on the bars of his
cell in the city Jail Saturday morning.
"But the police are stupid as all Amer-
icans are." Velarde declared that he
would not take $6000 for the fork. He
later gave it to Cant. Lon Garner for
a cigaret A complaint charginK him
with insanity was filed in the county
ADVERTISE the selling points of your
real estate candidly and convincingly.
Tell your story on the want ad page
of The Herald and you will reach
thousands of prospective buyers.
HOME OF LOW PRICES
TUI7MA AMD 1
3fS-K2 E Overtax! St ear. Stouten.
1 J It j wVh I
Ladies' and Misses Ready-to-Wear Apparel
that offer money-saving opportunities yo u cannot afford to miss. Our fixed policy
or carrying bo garment over rrom one season to anotner is responsiDie ror tne
Reductions of One-Half One-Third
and One Quarter thai Have Been
Made on All Our
Suits Coats and Dresses
In this offering you will find many gann valuable use for next season.
ending of this season but can also be of ents that can not only be good use for
We Are Now Showing the N&w Styles
for Spring. Don't Fail to See Them
Millinery Greatly Reduced
Every season there comes a time when space is more valuable than prices.
Spring is approaching but before we greet it all our remaining hats must
vanish. Therefore we have assembled all our hats and we are determined
to sell them at prices regardless of cost
Almost in Half
on Silks & Dress Goods
The silks in our present offering are the most
desirable and favorable of the reason and
there is a constant demand for them although
many of these goods are distinctly fall fabrics.
Many wise economical women will buy them
just the. same and lay away for use this coming
spring. The economies will be worth while.
Sale of Notions that Af-
ford Great Savings
Here is your opportunity to supply your needs
in notions and dress trimmings at special rate
prices that will pay you to provide for the
There is no need to impress upon you the im-
portance of this bargain sale for dress-
makers as a rule are skilled shoppers. Just
come in and look over our line and you will
find the prices quality considered worthy of
Don't Fail to Visit Our Basement Salesroom
and look over our enormous stock of Enamelware Kitchen necessities' household necessities Rugs
Carpets Oil Cloths and in fact everything that is necessary to make your home complete and com-
fortable. Economical women should not fail to take advantaee of the
LOW PRICES THAT NOW PREVAIL IN THE BASEMENT SALESROOM.
S r lit
Pure Milk Clean Milk
Nothing added nothing taken
away just as it comes from the
cow it goes to the consumer. The
cleanest dairy in Texas. Every
bottle sterilized before filling.
EI Paso Dairy Company
Eil I COMPANY
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
Faast Blend 45c lb. White House 45c lb.
Ambassador 40c lb. President .'. . 45c lb.
Statesman 35c lb. Shilling's 40c lb.
Levy's Special 25c lb. Green Coffee 20cf 25c 30c lb.
Special 3 lbs. Mix Tea 35c lb. 3 lbs $1.00
Begins Monday Morning at 8:30
NOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHING AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS
rm HE WHITE HOUSE Semi-Animal Clean Sweep Sale is an established Retail Event in EI Paso.
T It is looked forward to with keen interest and enthusiasm by every woman and everytoe be-
cause the Maralous Values Low Prices Perfect Service aad Modern Me.thod used in rts pnaonm
are unequaled in the Southwest. Our customers and shoppers generally have learned "by actual ex-
"erience'that this sale always reaches the CLIMAX of Value-giving dtortfte "
To-Wear Millinery Eur and Accessary Stocks are placed on sale at SWEEPING ETOUU1IOH b witn
out Reservation. Nowhere to our knowledge can you secure such remarkable Qualities and bplenctia
. SMes ai ;the prices named here. Be prepared for the Most Extraordnary Bargains of the year. Come
early Monday and every day if possible. TTia.fl
Our Arcade Windows Show Values Seldom Approached Anywhere.
A Clean Sweep of
Up to $19.50 Suits $7.95
Up To $25.00 Suits $9.98
Up To $29.50 Suits $12.50
Up To $35.00 Suits $ 1 4.50
Up To $45.00 Suits $1 9.50
All Higher Prices At Sweep-
4.95 Furs now $ 2.48
$ 7.50 Furs now $ 3.75
$1&00 Fars now... $7.50
$25.00 Furs now..'. $12.50
$3950 Furs now $19.75
$49.50 Furs now $24.75
$75.00 Furs now $37.50
All Higher Prices At Sweep-
A Clean Sweep of
53.50 to $200 After-
noon and Evening
Your unrestricted choice of all
our finest Afternoon and Even-
ing Gowns shown in the sea-
son's latest models materials
and colors. A (EjIQ CO
Clean Sweep at..-
fSiwLs" tsIIhhi p
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None reserved. Coats suitable for street auto
outing and evening wear in best styles mater-
ials and colors.
Up To $ 7.95 Goats $ 3.95
Up To $ 9.95 Coats $ 4.95
Up To $12.50 Goats $ 6.95
Up To $19t50 Coats $ 9.95
Up To $25.00 Coats $14.95
All Higher -Prices At Sweep-
A Clean Sweep of All
Up to 50c Hosiery
Clean Sweep Sale..
A Clean Sweep of silk boot lisle silk
lisle and plain cotton hose. Also lace
hose in black tan and colors. This
sale Includes broken eolor ranse and
sizes. All worth up to See. While they
last during Clean Sweep 1 Q
Sale the pair AUU
Kid and Silk Gloves
In Up to $1.50 QQM
Wrist length and 16 button
lenghts in Chamoisette lisle silk
and kid. Mosdy odds and ends
. of our best sellers. Standard
brands but broken color range
and sizes. Clean Sweep of
these up to $1.50
values at the pair. .
A Clean Sweep of
Silk and Wool
Up To $ 6.95 Dresses $3.95
Up To $ 9.95 Dresses $4.95
Up To $19.50 Dresses $9.95
Up To $29.50 Dresses. . .$14.85
Up To $35.00 Dresses. . .$17.50
$49.50 To $89.50 Dreesee At
Tailored Hats te $10.0 89c
Tailored Hats to $15.0 : $1.89
Tailored Hats te $20.00 $2.89
Tailored Hab te $25.00 $3.89
Tailored Hats te $30.00. $4.89
Tailored Hats te $35.00 $5.89
Tass and UBriaed Shapes 19c
Up to $6.00 Imported Ribbons
A Clean Sweep of
A Clean Sweep of all Fall and Winter Wool
Skirts and SUk Petticoats. Values unequalled
in El Paso.
Up To $ 6.75 Skirts $3.95
Up To $10.00 Skirts . .$4.95
Up To $15.00 Skirts $6.95
$1.50 Petticoats At -.-... .$1.19
$3.95 Silk Petticoat3 $2.69
All Skirts & Petticoats At
A Clean Sweep of-All
Underwear &nd Sweater Coats Blouses and Accessories
50c Grey Fleeced Vests and Pants 29c
75c Knit Vests and Pants now 3fc
75c Undermuslins in all styles 45c
$1.00 Knit Union Suits now at 69c
Up to $1.75 Odd Wool Pants at '. 75c
Up to $1.45 Undermnslins bow at 75c
Up to $1.75 Undermuslins now at. S5c
Up to $2.25 Undermuslins now at $1.25
Up to $1.95 Sweater Coats now at $1.00
Up to $2.95 Sweater Coats now at $1.45
Up to $4.95 Sweater Coats now at $2.95
Up to $10.00 Sweater Coats at $4.45
ALL UNDERWEAR AND SWEATERS
AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS
Up te $3.50 White BIoHses and Skirts ; 75c
Up to $5.95 Lingerie Blesses hbw at... $1.95
Up to $3.95 Lingerie Blouses how at $2.5
Up to $6.95 Lingerie Blouses bow at $2.95
Up to $5.50 Silk Lace and Net Bloases $3.95
Up to $7.50 Silk Lace aad Net Blouses $4.95
Up to $10 Silk Lace and Net Bloases $6.95
Odds and Ends in Neckwear up te $3.00 39c
Tango Sashes worth up to $3.95 at $1.00
All Mesh and Beaded Bags how at .HALF PRICE
All Jewelry and White Ivery at 1.4 OFF
AH Fine Handkerchiefs and Neckwear 1.4 OFF
ALL HURD'S STATIONERY UMBRELLAS FLORAL
NOVELTIES ETC. AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS
-- --W-- "
Lace and Net mouses In q O Q J
Regmar $5 Values . . . pi ?Q
Filmy shadow lace and net models with chiffon linings. Also
shadow lace with net and Camisole linings and net with flesh
colored linings. Fairy lace and net frills and silk combination
trimmings. Low necks short and long
sleeves. Clean Sweep price
Up to $10.00 Corsets
Clean Sweep Sale . . .
One limited assortment ef good Corsets in values up to $10.00.
In the lot arc samples and dtficontmued models of Royal Wor
cester Warner's Bon Ton Redfern and
Lily of France. Clean Sweep price
Up to $730
."JAe Store of Service"-
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