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IN WOMAN'S REALM
Today's Suggestion by Ellen Stan.1
ONE PIECE CORSET COVER.
THIS U not ouly a season of the year when one thinks about replenishing
outer garments, but underclothes nro of interest os well. There arc u
number of new Ideas in lluserlo garments tbnt simplify the making,
such ns the cutting of garmeotB u oik piece, the couitynln of one or
more articles ami lha cut'Uas of" garfueuis after such a design that ilnJ? ffljijf
it made to answer the purjloac of two or three, euch as a combination of.
tircular drawers and bust supporter which forms u co'mb'lnaildn answering the
porpw l,ust "upportcr, corset cover, drawers and petticoat. This not only
itapUiles 'e wWu. bnt Ik economical as well, for it eaves material and
Tlie corset coer Illustrated Is especially designed for flouncing, is econom
ical sml particularly easy to make, the ueck requiring uo other finish than the
edge of tho flounc
ing and the making
Ib simplified Bothers
arc only the under
kvm scam, front,
annholes and bot
tom to finish. Ttfe
bottom Is fl rushed
vUh a strtpof bead
ing or ft band of tho
Hir.teilal, and the
armboles arc finish
cd with a narrow
edge to match the
pattern' of tbo
flouncing. The front
may have a Tlslble
or Invisible closing,
but most people pre
fer a visible closing
through a front
If one has suffi
cient time and the
Inclination a more
dainty corset cover
can be fashioned
from sheer batiste
In hand embroidery.
Tho edges should be
and the ueck fin
ished with quarter
to half Inch silts,
buttonholixl, to ran
the ribbon through.
A dainty floral de
sign can be em
broidered on either
side of the front and
a corresponding de
sign worked out on
the back, or It may
lw scattered with
polka dots, daisies
r doner hpniyj. instead of a front plait tlw material can be buttonhole
walloped and a buttonhole wcrketl in each scallop This form of closing will
Mt show through a sheer waist, as the other Is lis hie to do.
Kow that the lines of the gowns nro so pronun ced the combination suit is
more worn than tlie separate cor3bt cover and Blsirt. It in very attractive In
appearance and comfortable to wear.
For the evening skirt of soft clinging fabrics there come petticoats of
colored messallne. trimmed with full ruffles edged with three inches of lace
ThU one piece corset cover for flouncing is specially designed for stout
figures. The pattern la cat In nine .sizes from 32 to 48 Inches bust measure.
To copy it for the average person requires 1 yards of flouncing 17 inches
Any reader of this paper who desires to secure this pattern may do no by
leading 10 cents to this office. Give the number, 4091, state size desired and
writ tho full artdress plainly. Tbo pattern will be forwarded promptly by mall.
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Return to Long Blooves.
bo gharp and determined ha boen
'ie rovcn-al to long hIcovch 'that4 now
eren a ball gown L occasionally to bo
seen mado with long, tight sloevw of
tranaparont chiffon or net, says tbo
Philadelphia Bulletin. For . evening
oar long blecvc aro too inappronnato
'o ever acqairo any roal hold upon fash
ion, but for the daytimo, and especial
ly in winter, long sleeves nro so much
more saitablo that thoy rarely remain
out of voguo for moro than a J'car
tiwa at most. Last year all tho smart-
Ct separate wjijtg nnd, jljo majority
of seVero tailor costume had full
length Blecves, but short sleoven wero
'till penni&aiblo on all occasions. Not
this year, howovcr, for now thoTO
u no tune, save in tbo evoaing, nnd
then only with a deeolleto gown, when
"y but tho longest and tightest of
sleovcs may bo worn. As nothing
make? a cloth gown w warm as long,
tight sleoven of tbo inmo material,. it
is duo largely to the present stylo of
sleevo that the wearing of dark cloth
gowns without jackets is onco moro in
vogue. Later on, whon n far, or, at any
rate, a cloth or velvet coat, is obliga
tory, tho long cloth slooves may be
slashod open down tho center nnd gath
ers of chiffon or chiffon 'cloth set in,
or tho sleeves may bo entirely trans
parent, or a thin material tho exact col
or'of tho dress, with no cloth at all. .
- -.P1115 Winter Clothes.
It might bo remembered by Ihosa
who wait until a moment of actual
necessity before unpacking tho clothos
put away during tho spring that cam
phor nnd'tnr balls havo tho sarao pro
hibltlvo effect on tho peoplo that they
F L JONES & SON
sneral Directors and Embakners
JFFICE: 174 S. Broad St RESIDENCE: 346 S. Hill St
j'ttj'jifK.o 432 Telephone 433
The Choicest Meats
We handle only the best and choic
est grade of Meats; and that means
the sweet,ltender, juicy, healty
At this market quality and price
meet each other. We sell for cash
only, and so we can make you the
1 lowestjpnces in Globe
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
W. Diedrichs, Supt.
havo , on-tho 'intruder for whom they
woro intonded. . This fact has boon dis
covered tby. monvthan ono young man
who has been obliged to mlnglo with
tho butterflies of tfoo first ball of tho
season in a suit fairly impregnated
with tho odor intenodd for moths.
And all becauso his wifo or mother
neglected to bring it forth 1'rora tho
cedar chest in duo time,
Yet tho habit of Unpacking too early
is equally to bo doplored. Tor tht
moth has a custom of lingering, oven
as (j rofy and. many a woman has lived
to regret a too p?COcioiis exit f bor
furs from thoir newspajO" fl&d disid-'
In order to unpack with tho least dis
comfort, closo doom and open windows;
shako or brush overything carofully be
fore taking them through tho houso and
hang everything on lines in tho open
air for at least half a day,
Thft "Quaint" Jhings.
Tho poke bonnet. L
Tho Shaker bonnctt.
Tho ''capuchon" for theater wear.
Skin-tight sleeves buttoned thoir
Fitted bodices laced in tho back a
tor tho manner of colonial days.
Sashes, big mantles, old brocades,
scarfsfl ruches, and other such revivals.
In fact never was thero exploited in
a slnglo season so many 'quaint and
It has been revivod.
And is worn indofatigably.
It is a favorito in millinery.
Lapols and trimmings bear witness to
And many whole costumes aro
achieved by it. .
Tho ottoman of today, howevor, is
not that of yostordny.
In tho old dnys of its supromajy it
was stiff enough .to .stand without sup
port. Now it is suppliant in its softnestt,
and has boen ndapted in other ways to
purposos of diroctoiro.
Ladies! Don't fail to attetd the
groat sacrifice sale at Dolph Bmtz &
Oo. See ad on Paga 4.
Chamberlain '3 the aiest Feyvtai
"Wo havo in siock many eolio aaO
diarrhoea medicines," says B. M. White;
a prominent merchant of Turtle Bayou,
Texas, "but sell more of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remeday
than of all others put together. " For
salo by all dragists.
Send Mic pain formula on a box of
Pink Kain Tablets., Then ask ypurJDocu
ior tx tncer ts a ooiier ono. ram mean;
congestion blood pressare somowhorc
Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets check
head pains, womanly pains, pain any
where. Try one, and scot 20 for 25o.
Sold by Palace Pharmacy.
You get the best wlen yon order
Cedarbrook whiskey. The Parlor. M.
Frank N. Prakes has purchaeod the
Fashion barbershop in North Broad
Sam Keo, Ike grocor, wishes to wy
to Olobo people that b:B stock of grtf
cories is tho largest and best ho has
over had. Mr, Koo's patronage has
boon steadily increasing and thero 's a
reason. It is because ho sells tho best
grocorics for "popular prices nnd guar
antees perfect satisfaction, knowing
that a eattsfknl coatomcr is a "booster"
tot his storo.
For gonuino mutton, lamb and sheep
The Pionoer Moat Market, M. C.
Bonne, Supt. Phono 851.
Dr. M. O. Thomas, tho old reliable
optician, is shaking hands with his
many friends and making many now
onoa Satisfaction always guaranteed
whon you got glasses from him. If not
satisfied, costs you nothing. If you will
telephone 731, or drop mo a curd or
stop sorrol team, I will call at your
Pleasant, suro, easy, safe little liver
Pills, aro DoWltt's Little Early Kiscrs.
Thoy aro asy to tako, and aot contly.
Wo sell and recommend thow. Palace
Pharmacy and JTnltod Drug Co.
v ict or
Globo'a Music Store
EI Paso, Texas
BOOMS 75c, 51.00 and $1.60
Conducted in accordance with the
sanitary laws of tho States of Texas.
Tho best equipped roatnurant jn tho
Southwest. Iloadquortora for stockm6n
and mining mon. v
OHAS. ZEIQBR, PBOP.
We place on sale our entire line ,of
Ladies' White Waists ,
Sizes 32 to 38; regular price, $1.50,
$1.75, $2.00 and $2.50.
To get the room and move the lot quick, we
vviU.seU the entire line at
f W"il i
each, as long as they last
We Have Moved
Temporarily to 558 N. Broad St.
"We Trfll ccnjry Ossse narteiH while oar new building Is bsiag built oa
tlhe sit of our old lecatlea at 824 Nort BtMi.
Four Doors North of the Bridge
SPECIAL SEDUCTIONS AN TOILET SOAPS, SXATIOmntT, BTO.
At jewelry of special beauty. ''November is a month of
snusual enthusiasm for jwrelry sales, and when the jew
elry ef the distinctive style and remarkable, values that
our coBeetion shows, we judge the public, enthusiasm will
ot Ve lacking. Every price we make is wonderful
when the quality of the jewelry is considered.
All Goods bought here will be
Engraved FREE OF CHARGE j
O. R. FEIST
UNITED DRUG CO.
TKo Medern Way
Tn erection of b. CHEAPEST
tnre rtone blocks x OOLESt'
Kelftw Cement Blocks and Cement l.
BetlBiatM Chtcrfnlly nd Promptly FBrnlaied.
J. THORNTON PRICE
XESIDENCE 110 B. PINE
230 N. BBOAB
J. M. H'PHEBSON
MEAsmamG the futueb or globe by the past.
Its transformation the last two years has been the wonder of the ycst.
Tfce man who purchases a lot In Globe today, 'will, wo bcHsvo double
his money before another year has passed.
We are selling them, three sales closed yesterday. GOOD ENOUGH.
LIST TOOTt PEOPEETT WITH US, WE AEE DOING THE BUS
TLING. LET US BB TOUE BEAL ESTATE AGENTS FOB BE
SULTS. INSURANCE SOLICITED. '
Alex. Simpson & Co.
Now is the time to buy a Heater, Range or Cook Stove. For fifteen
days we are going to sell all our Heaters, Ranges and Cook Stoves
at actual cost. I5uv now. x ou wm r
save several dollars. When you
need anything in Furniture, Crock
ery, Tinware, etc., come here and
we will give you a special discount
of 10 per cent.
EBoraty Hot Blast Coal Heated
AJVi3te fikeftt Km Bestac, was 93, mv i-D6
Oleke Onm 9H WtrnMau Stmt, vn 5Jt, Btv --
Dftiqr (MlflMM ingm Be HJ, B 3.75
Beauty Hat Must MI Ihwlw, vuMw $?.00
. V. B. Het BhMt 6ri MMHL mi 16, aw $10
OaWay Hta, wgalwr BtTJW wtaeo, m 311-60
Noble Hot Mast Oeal aeoCers, vese 941 now 55
STOVES AND RANGES
Mooro's Merit Cook Staves, Ho. MR, wnt 920, now 515
Moore's Merit CeS Stoves K. , were 922J09, now $17J30
Mooro's Merit Geek Steves B. tit, with reservoir, were $32.50, now 323
Mooro's Merit Rmmwj BTo.14ffH.C wera 827.50. now $21
Mooro'a Merit Batges Ho. OB H. O., were 930, new 923
Meore's Merit Banges No. 248, B. H. O, were $35, new $26
Moore's Merit Banges No. 248 B. H. C, were 9S5, nam -.. ., 926
Mooro's Merit Banges No. 448, B. H. O., wexe 949, now ....-. $30
Tista Cast, Wood Coek Btoves No. 7, were 910, now ..,.., $8
Princess Steel Bangs N. 8M H. C was $47.50, new V 93(3
Princess Copper Ootrtact Steet Bangs No. 814, waa 98S, now .91
Begont Copper Contact Steel Banges No. 820, were 965, now ?
DaiEy Coal Heater
Iron Beds, All Colors
Iron Beds, No.. 641, were 95, aw 92.76
Iob BeB, KTo. 8M, were 98.50, new ,..., .....90.80
Iron Beets, No. 144V were Bl, mm 53.80
Iron Beds, Ne. 2QM, vest SIS, aew ...- 96.50
Ipoa Beds, Mo. SOU, wero S11LM, acw 56.73
Iron Bads, No. 222?, wtra 934, lW 59.S0
Iron Beds, IX. 22T7, wwe fid, sew 58.75
Lroa OrSte, K. an, wM 9Kt,w
Iron CfB, N. 319, McgK , wtw 937 J, dw
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J. P. McNeil
We Save You Money