El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, December 20, 1914 Page: 5 of 40
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Sunday. December 20 1914.
EL PASO MORNING TIMES
Edwin Clapp Shoes
Hie Edwin Clapp is eminently a
gentleman shoe no matter
whether it is bought for every day
or dreaa wear. If you want a work
hoe don't buy Edwin Clapp'
because it is not made for that
purpose. The Edwin Clapp shoe
displays perfection in every line; it
feels extremely comfortable on
the foot; it is made of' the very
best and finest materials and has
such beautiful finish that it repre-
sents the highest perfection in
shoe making. You can and some-
times perhaps you have paid
more for a pair of shoes but you
can't get a better shoe if you were
willing to pay twice the price we
Vici Kids all lasts and styles $6.50
Tan Patent Leather and Kangaroo all styles and lasts . $7.00
GREATER EL PASO1 3
y GREATEST SHOE STORE
Will Keep Open Evenings Until Xmas.
We pay highest prices on federal and constitutionalist money.
City National Bank Building Itoom in. Y I'hone X41S.
THE BABIES' SPECIAL.
Xmas values $6.00 to $25.00. Guaranteed mohair tops.
FOUTZ & ZINKLER
Phone 1 106. 1 13 N. Stanton.
You will appreciate the co-operation in
financial matters afforded you by this
strong obliging banking institution.
Open an account with the First National
Bank and you will soon realize what a ben-
efit it wiil be to you.
A Per Cent In'erest on
SCOUT FOR "CM
DIGGERS" IS HERE
WILL LOOK OVER VALLEY TOR HOUKS
or mis ncTtRNiw; from
It fl. Person Will Condiiel Inte-tiqatton
of Land In Br Watered by Uirtt
Elephant Bulle Project.
To look over the nio Grande project and
toe fertile Mesilla and El Paao valleys with
a view nf mti i . -imir employes of tn
United stains Rovernment In Ibe canal
ion-a lo romo hon and engage In farming
operations is the mission or R. S. Person
or Waslilwrinn. p. ;. formerly connected
with the t tilled States treasury depart
nvtnt who rv ached L'l Paso yesterday and
woo win t-omiiiri his investigations jomuy
with local officials or the United states
reclamation office and with Col. c. L.
Reagrave enter roloniatlon agent for the
Santa Ke sysiim. and Editor Vandcrgrlfr
of the Santa Ee orriclal ruagailnv known a -
Mr. Person was Induced to come to El
Paso and look into the posslbllltlc s or the
lands to be watered under the v Itto
nrai.de project at tire Instance of ChteT sta-
llstirian ltliuhard and other officials of
the r- lajo.iiioti service at Washington.
Dclrahlr Class oT Hell lera.
"There nri snout MWO ramllles in the
I'linitl lone representing employes or the
iMlimlim ' in.il commission -and the ranamii
MailniHd rouipany who ftre shortly to reave
the Isthmus or Panama to seek desirable
homeM in the United Slates. Very few ol
thee men will return to thvlr old homes.
Most of them have saved tip money and.
having for more than ten years lived under
the salutary discipline enforovd by Colonel
Ooe thuls In Hie canal rone they are ror
the mosl i .i i ft very desirable class of
settlers to come Into a country. They air
nor foreigners bul' American citizens and
havtiifr lived for years In the tropics they
have heroine accustomed to a warm c li-
mare and so in seeking now homes I bey
win naturally prefer a location m the
i"i. i i stales Want 'Canal Diggers. "
'I nergeilc efforts are being made by
various localities in the slates of I lochia
Maryland und Virginia to attract the ex
ranal diggers u those sections. We are
working on the plan or cnloiitzlng these
men und their faun lies in consider ble
bodies tire Idea belli (o locate them where
I (hey can have small farina of rrom :v tu
u acres eacn ano w riere uny can en-
rage m general farming or go In Tor
lalrying stock or ho raising ur engage
ji horticultural pursuits.
"I was Informed at Washington thai thv
huids to be irrigated under the Hlo Urabde
project aimed an Ideal pi aw for settling
to advantage a considerable body of these
government employes who dug the Panama
canal and whose term of duly anil service
on the Isthmus Is virtually completed in
Mi of .the practical completion oí ule
big ditch and Die fad lhal Hie canal zone
Is to become a military reservation anuun
Jstered by a permanent organisation em-
ploying a much Miialler force than was
essary during uiu construction periou
Mm h Depends on Person Report.
'Following inv investigations report win
be made at Washington to an organization
which has been formed for the purpos!
or repatriating the canal diggers. Whether
i lie canal diggers win come 10 ine m raso
section will largely depend upon the re-
port made by. Mr. i vi n . I hough the
gentleman was too modest to sav so. lie
will spend several days here pursuing his
investigations alter which he will g
Phoenix. Aiiz.. to Inspect ihn- Salt It
alley project after which the privately
owned irrigation project known as in
Arizona I'arins company will be Inspected.
Mr. Person will then go to Yuma Ariz.
and inspect the imperial valley country
after which points In Northern California
aim MHiwiern oregun win in: visnea.
i Ml Monday Mr. Person w ho Is a guest
of Ibe Hotel I'aso del Norte will meet local
officials of the Hulled states reclama t Ion
service and will also confer with M
liusseti or I In publicity bureau of tl
i li amber of Cuinvrce and the Las Cruc
Water Users' 'association.
Need tilassesr nn aegaii 108 Teias St.
near urcgon. (Advertisement.)
You'll want one for your Christmas din
ler. Specify "valley raised" when yoi
all us up and you will gel "turkey snils
I anion." Order now from Peyton's Meat
Market phone moo. (Advertisement.)
Ilaxe Santa Hans Call at the El Paso
Electrical Supply company 3 iu Myrtle av
und see thi- many electrical girts they
have in store. Electric lamps coffee pe
tutors toasters. Irons chafing dish
flashlights toy motors massage vihrutoi
lealing pads. Xmas tree lights and Inn
lreds of other things electrical. Phone S
Iion't forget the jockey Hall al the Pluck
Cat Juarez Tuesday evening December
Funeral of Richard A. Howling.
ic funeral of Hie late Itichard A. Dow
mi. win be hehl tills afternoon from tl
hurrli of the l nun. i' u I lie Conception
1 rn 1. 1 il and Myrtle uvenue at 3 o'cl
Members of Hie I". E. club of El Paso are
penally requested to attend the service
Funeral of C. B. King.
Kline ral services for C. H. King wh
died 1 ihiav in win following a brief nines-'
III la le Id this morning at 11 o'clock at
the chapel. ?iw V Stanton airee-1. Deceased
was n ii.iiiiier hy trHdc and had reside'
in El Paso fur some time. Interment will
be made in t.oticoidia rviuelery:
Wilson lrrnw to Br Burled Today
Wilson Morrow a residen! of Sprlligf IhJiI
Mo. died Friday nlgbl al 7u& siambn
street afier an Ulmss or some time. Mr
Morrow came to hi raso some time ago
rrom bis home At the nine or his death
be was years of age hetng born
1K.V2 at Portsmouth. I'hio. lie was a mem
ber Of tin: Odd (vllows lodge of Spring
rieid and niso or trie .viooem wooamt
of the World
Surviving him Is a wire Mrs. Edith
Morrow now in ihe city. two sons
Charles Wilfon Morrow or EI Pase and
E 0. Morrow of Cleveland and a daugh
ter Mrs. V. p. Hrovui. of Haclitet N. M.
are how living. A brother I.. O Morrow
a resident of i 'umu- n- in. Mineral
service will be held at y o'clock this morn
ing- at the chapel of Mclteau. Minmons and
llartrord 70g M. stanton street inter-
ment will be In Evergreen cvmelery.
Cut Caupon and Present with 98o for Your Copy Today
P fl 1 1 P fl M Good for one copy of "Europe at War"
wUUrUll when presented with. 98c at
IOS Texas St
Mull orders city or rural delivery 12 cents extra; within 1(0 miles IS
cents extra; within too miles. 20 cents extra.
All malt orders are sent by insured parcel post.
THIS COUPON NOT GOOD AFTER DEC. II 11.
IF HOOD'S IS USED
The renulne old reliable Hood's Harsa-
parilla correct the acid condition or the
blood and builds up the whole ayieiñ. II
drlvea out rbeumallam because it cleanaea
It baa been succeaarully used for forty
yean In many thouaajuis of caatff the world
There Is no better remedy Tor skin and
blood diseases for loas or appetite rbeii-
luatiam stomach and kidney troubles fen
era) debility and all Urs arising rrom Im-
pure Impoverished devliallted blood.
Jt is unnecessary to sulrer. Siart treat-
ment at once. Uet a botfle ur. Hood's baria
parilla rrum your iWareat drug-vial. You
will be pleaacd with iba resulla.
Our Low Prices Put Us In The
Santa Claus Class
We are not Selling High Grade Clothing at a Loss but we
are Selling Them on a Smaller Margin of Profit than Any
Other Dealer in El Paso.
y r or nircci wcoi
k driving or work
assortment t o
select from. .-
$2.50 grade cut to $1.90
$2.00 grade cut to $1.60
$1.50 grade cut to $1.20
$1.25 grade cut to $ .90
Outing or Muslin.
$2.50 grade cut to $1.60
$2.00 grade cut to $1.40
$1.50 grade cut to $1.00
XV hnvp n linr of
. - . - --
' n very tine men s
footwear we want
'-J 0 lhese prices will
$5.00 Shoes to $4.25
$4.50 Shoes to $3.75
$4.00 Shoes to .$3.25
Here's Big Values.
$8.00 Trousers now . . . : $6.00
$7.00 Trousers now $5.25
$6.00 Trousers now ......... $4.50
$5.00 Trousers now $3.75
$4.00 Trousers now $3.00
$3.00 Trousers now . .$2.25
sssssssstn I I V Y7 "sxsx&ssssssTfBsxl
We can suit the MU '
to fit every
$2.50 quality American silk now $1.90
$1.50 quality natural wool now. $1.10
$1.25 quality wool or Egyptian cot
ton now $ .90
$1.00 quality silk fleece lined
now $ .80
$ .50 grade now $ .40
$1.25 grade cut to $ .90
$1.00 grade cut to $ .80
in i an i .i ay Dlue oilks rercales.
Madras Soisettes in White Cream and
rancy. with soft or laundered cuffs.
with or without cuffs.
$3.00 grade $2.40
$2.50 grade $2.00
$2.00 grade $1.60
$1.50 grade $1.10
$1.25 grade $ .90
Wool or Mercerized
$).0n Krade cut to $2.25
$2.50 grade cut to $1.90
$2.00 grade cut to $1.60
$1.00 grade cut to $ .85
Our stock is a very com-
plete one. All the newest
blocks and shades.
from . . . . " to
Suits and Overcoats
Including Blues and Blacks of the season's most fashionable models
choice fabrics and the latest tailoring including Schloss Bros. & Co.
make. Suits and Overcoats for men of all ages conservative or extreme
styles a suit and overcoat for every man and young man.
$15.00 Grade Cut to $10.50
$20.00 Grade Cut to $14.50
$25.00 Grade cut to $18.50
If you want something good in the way of a Suit Case the kind
you are not ashamed to carry buy it here. The price is right.
$ I 0.00 quality now $7.50
$ 9.00 quality now $6.75
$ 7.00 quality now $5.75
$ 6.00 quality now $4.50
$ 5.00 quality now $3.75
$ 4.00 quality now $3.00
$ 3.00 quality now $2.00
WE DO AS WE ADVERTISE
THE $15 CLOTHES SHOP
Harris Krupp Prop. Wholesale and Retail 107 San Antonio St.
;atti.k kuktlkrh Bt'sv.
s In riii's Olllro InvMlloitJnO DrprnUtloss
In Lower Vsllry.
m.... ... nMttiA m.tlrra are Liity ni'ar
Yn'hfts cllnt and Socorro. T.-nan. according
10 Frank Col. wno arrive ui in.
rrom hl rancn located In ihe lower val-
i.. .v rii-iiiiin. Mr. Colea re
ported the artatr to the hcrirra ornee In
the caty and an Immediate. lnvetlKallon
was ordered. Mr. Colé went to hla ranch
on be arms numerpua rep.n mu iu
were Lukv in that vicindy. and. on srrlv-
. .......'( il. i rive head of hi stoek had
heen stolen. He followed (He thieves who
were Mixicans lor n.
unable to locate tliem. Itallrhers are of Ibe
opinion that ihe stolen callle are being
killed and the meal disposed of by the
thieves it is reported tint band la com-
posed of nve men.
Soldier- Quintet Outelaaaeal.
Time honored basketball records of the
losal Y. M X. A. were broken last main
when a qulnict composed of crack sstoela-
lion athletes defeated a representative regi
mental Idler team by the remarkable
score of los to ij Suporlor eipcrlence
speed and accurate basket throwing -of una
association players completely qutclaased
tne soldlera who gamely endeavored 10 turn
in tide despite tbs fact that their plsys
were defeated In tne making ad were un
able 10 score at any turn except In rare In
stances. The Y. M. c. A. team Is allowing
exceptionally good form at present accord-
ing to Fbyalcsl Director A. L. Holmes and
bids fair to be s strong contender for the
at the end of Oie present
to he decided
Sacrifice of Horirs In War.
Associated Fresa Correspond1 him-
London Dec. I. Providing mount! for
ihe British army so constantly exposed to
Herman fire on the comment keeps rive
To those interested in
New Bonanza Oil Stock
WU No. 1 la 1-184 feet pood
Indications oil and gaa. Calng
cemented and utorago ready for
Urge flow. Work will be con-
tinued after Chriatrnaa. Havt
lnatructloba to (Mime all pending
aalea at once. B'nd tn your or-
ders without further delay.
18 Buckler Bldg. Ihone 6710.
inuunt depots in Enifland and Ireland
Kicli depot in under direction of an army
officer who la annlHiod by veterinarian
nxitrli rider i iron nil and blackHmlth.
Many Canadians from the wcKlcrn pruv-
Uicei have been diarted Info tne remount
'rvlro because of Uicir skill an horsemen
ami experience in inaniiKinK wild animals.
Itoih artillery and cavalry havn suffered
a very heavy los of animals in lidgl uni
Mid r ranee and there la constant demand
for many different kind of sntiuajs. Hunt-
ers cart horses robs and heavy animals
for vans used hy the commissary are
ttoufrhi by the reinuunl officers and shaped
up for the field.
IM KRKST OS INTKRKST
lbard of Kduenlloa Takei siep to Pro-
li i i -i. ir Nelniol I-nuil.
Uy I Win- to The Tim
ii -1 in Texas Dec. IU. -At a special
meeting of the statv tioard of eduralloQ
i -ni. iv the board adopted a resolution d-
lei iinir the state treasurer to collect from
all counties and school districts and
others whose bond are now held by ttw
slate srh(M)l mud interest on Hie interest
that Is due this fund- It was round thero
an suvoral dHirlels over one year In ar-
rears. The amount of Interest due tna
fund Is Kl(US and Interest on this stuu
will be rharg)'d at & nej cent. (Jovefnor
Colquitt ivtunit-d unexñeetedly today from
Houston ui order to call this meeting.
Banking By Mail
JIM AH I Asv TO OPEN A HAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US AS
THOUGH YOU l l l l) NEXT DOOR.
We pay 4 per cent Interest compounded twice every year. We do
business under the depositors' guaranty law of the Stats of Texas and
are a guaranty Fund Bank as provided by suoh law.
Our plan in addition to being; convenient is safs profitable and
liberal Nobody has ever lost a dollar In a State Bank In Texas.
WHITE TODAY FOK OUH FREE BOOHXET. "BANKING BY MAIL"
OR SIMPLY M All. YOUR DEPOSIT.
ÉL PASO BANK A TRUST CO. El Poo Tew
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