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To match all colors of hair, and
Coronet Braids $1.50 to $3.00
Switches $2.00 to $5.98
Small Turbans 25c
Hair Bolls 40c and 50c
A variety of styles in imitation
shell and amber, plain, gold and
silver inlaid and jeweled
25c "to $3.50.
BARRETTES Plain and fancy
styles, 65c to $6.00.
HAT PINS Fancy jeweled, 25c
hk a "little less" you can supply yourself with
toilet necessities of high quality.
25c Tooth Brushes 10c
35c Xail Brushes 12c
Sheffield's Dentifrice 17c
Yiolette Nail Bleach 16c
Eleto Toilet Water 27c
Colgate's Shaving Soap 4c
Colgate's Palm ToHet Soap 4c
Good Hair Brush . 10c
Woodbury's Face Powder 17c
Lambert's Listerine 17c
Judge Lea Has a Bunch of
Fine Specimens in Po
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THE correctness of the
trimjmnfl is essential to
the satisfaction you'll have in
the Easter gown. The newest
ideas are shown in this stare.
ALL0VERS Point Venise. Baby Irish,
Ohantilly and Irish Crochet Lace; plain
nets in all colors; gold and silver threaded
nets; gold and silver nets; silk floss braid
ed nets in every shade-
BANDS To match all allovers; fancy
hand embroidered; spangled; gold, silver,
pearl sad jeweled; silk floss braided in all
ALMOST as important as
the costume itself is the
selection of the gloves. Our
assortment of the "Fownes"
Eld GrloYes and the "Kayser"
Silk Gloves will meet every de
mand. xTew spring colors are
shown in all kinds.
"FOWNES" GLOVES (GUARANTEED).
"PHILLIS" pique sewed, two clasp, in
black, white and colors, a pair $2.00.
"DAGMAR" pique sewed, two clasp, all
colors, a pair $1.50.
"LA ROME" dress gloves, two clasp, all
colors, a pair $1.50.
"ROXBURGH" pique sewed, one clasp, all
colors, a pair $1.00.
KAYSER'S SILK GLOVES
A very complete line of the spring colors,
black and white is shown in the wrist
and 16 button lengths, plain or in fancy
embroidered styles. v
Ribbons - Belts
"p ASTER, always brings a
" demand for pretty rib
bons for the little ones s"ash
or hair bows for a hundred
and one other uses. We're
ready for this early Easter
March 27th with a beautiful
Persian, Pompadour and Moire Ribbons, in
the newest designs, are represented by more
than 10(K) pieces of all -widths, ranging from
5 to 7 1-2 inches, at 25c to $1.50 a yard.
"Dorothy Dainty" sets, consisting of the
sash and (hair bows to match, in Pompa
dour and brocaded designs, and plain rib
bons $2.50 to $5.00 set.
Patent Leather Belts are quite the vogue
now. and our line shows the new shaped and
plain styles, with gunmstal and gilt trim
mings 50c to $2.50.
PATTERNS AND PUBLICATIONS
I French Hand-Made
GE2T0INE hand made under
garments in sets to match.
Correctly designed garments,
Set consisting of Chemise, Night Gown and
Drawers of fine batiste, (hand embroidered seal
loped edging $1L50. .
Set of Slipover Gown, Drawers and Chemise,
of fine nainsook, hand embroidered $13.50.
Set of Slipover Gown, Drawers and Chemise,
made of fine batiste, hand embroidered in eve
iet design $16.50.
Set of Chemise, JNight Gown and Drawers, of
nainsook, beautifully hand embroidered and
ribbon trimmed $22.50.
Set of finest -batiste, Night Gown, Chemise
and Drawers, hand embroidered in elaborate
eyelet design $29.bU.
Extra Value in Our $6.50 Skirts
TALUES like we offer in this line of skirts are
exceptional, even in this store. Many of the
skirts are the kind that ought to sell for $850 but
we include them at this yery popular price $630.
Finer quality dress skirts are shown in tailor-made styles, of novelty
worsteds and diagonals. In fancy styles, introducing the "tunic and
over skirt effects, of voile and appropriate light weight fabrics
$10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $17.50 and up to $27.50.
fe All Aglow "With New Things
PBINOTIME has come in this store! All traces of winter time have vanished, and instead
you'll see in every nook and corner the beautiful colorings, the dainty, pretty things that tell
of the coming of spring. The wonderfully complete stocks tell how carefully we have pre
pared ourselves to' supply your every want, and now we offer them to you in all their fresh
ness and beauty. Our buyers have been unusually fortunate this season in securing choice
merchandise at prices lower than we anticipated, in spite of the general upward trend of prices
bought at prices that allow us to give even better values.than ever before.
IN A WORD CONSIDERING THE COMPLETENESS OF THE STOCKS, THE FAIRNESS OF OUR PRICES, THE
HEARTINESS OF OUR WELCOME AND THE COURTEOUS NESS OF OUR TREATMENT YOU'LL FIND THIS STORE
A VERY GOOD PLACE TO TRADE".
HENRIETTAS All wool, fine French dyed,
silk finish, 44 inch width. in all colors, black
and white, a yard $1.00
SILK WARP HENRIETTA English manufac
ture, highly finished, permanent 'black. 45 inch
width, a yard $1.75.
CHEVRON DIAGONALS Wide wale diagonal,
in mustard, wisteria, raisin, black, green and
Edison; 54 inches wide, a yard 2.00.
HAIR LINE SERGE In black or navy blue,
-with white hair line. Extremely stylish. A 54
inch width, a yard $2.00.
DERVISH STRIPES A new suiting of just
the right "weight for spring and summer wear.
Grey, Copenhagen, tan, green and light blue,
with white stripe, a yard $1.25.
VIG0REUX The perfect fabric for tailored
suits or skirts. Greys and tan mixtures. 54
inches wide, a yard $1.75.
MANY GARMENTS FOR EASTER WEAR ARE INCLUDED
IN THE SPECIAL LOTS MENTIONED HERE '
TWF. suits offered in this lot are in the season's newest
style. The coats are -the approved 30 to 34 inch
lengths, splendidly tailored, lined with soft satins and silks,
and showing many effective trimming ideas. The 3kirts are
in the pleated styles, perfect in fit and hang. A splendid
variety of cloth is used in making these suits fancy wor
steds, French serges and diagonal suitings, in a wonderful
range of colors. Values up to ?25.00,
are offered in this lot for Monday M Q S" f
and Tuesday P JL O W eJ
ANY beautiful dresses are in this
plain and fancy Taffeta, .Messaline,
colorings. J-He moaeis snow tne new
ef fects the lace yokes and cuffs, and
mings. vaiues uy w v-."u ' "i-
fered for Monday and Tuesday
- Beautiful Beyond Comparison
Materials For the
The most favored of all silks
for spring and summer wear.
Our line shows the new. small,
neat designs that have entirely
superseded the large designs
of a year ago. "Shedwater"
Foulards are guaranteed ab
$1.00 a Yard
SPECIAL 23 inch wide Foulards, in a va
riety of good patterns and colors, a. regu
lar 85c value, specially priced AQf
Monday and Tuesday, a yard rtO C
Silk & Woolen Specials
For Monday and Tuesday
Vigoreux Panama 89c
A light weight -woolen for suits,
dresses and skirts. 44 inches
wide, pure wool, in grey, blue,
green and tan mixtures. Reg
ular $1.25 value, a QQ
vard C? &
Shadow Stripe Mohairs, fancy
stripes, nun's veiling, albatross
and plain serge, in good spring
colors and weights. Regular
65c value; special, a yf O
yard kt C
27 Inch Messaline 95c.
All Silk Messaline, 27 inches
wide, and Satin Francaise, 22
inches wide, in all colors (no
black or -white). Regular $1.25
"value, Monday and
Tuesday, a yard
Domestic Pongee 69c.
27 inch wide all silk Domestic
Pongee, in the natural color
onlv. An excellent suit or
waist materici. $1.00
value, a yard
China Silk, all colors, 50c
, White Goods ancl Linens .
45 inch Mercerized Chiffon and Batiste, 45c -value, a yard 29c
32 inch Persian Lawns, very sheer, 40c quality, a yard 27c
66 inch Paris Mousseline, extra $1.00 quality, a yard 69c
45 inch Ramie Linen, rough weave suiting, all cSlors 75c
L45 inch French Finish Linen Suiting, 65c value, axyard 48c
We show nearly 500 pieces of fine quality French and Scotch
fiingham, in plain colors, stripes, checks and plaids. 32
inches wide and an excellent value at 25c 'a yard.
Tailormade Suits & Dresses
HH 00 much stress cannot be laid upon the grand values
J- offered m this lot of high class tailor-made suits. Rer
iect style is depicted in each garment stj-le that is correct
to the smallest detail. The Russian blouse and coat stvles
in the 30 to 34 inch lengths predominate, with a variety of
skirt styles. Shepard checks are shown in profusion," as
-well -as many novelty worsteds, diagonal suitings and French
serges, m every desirable color. Values
Tuidlf a t . T.. Z . .d. .$29.85
TJ XUSUALLY "handsome dresses are shown in this special
xT 7 ,' lRaJah Tussah, Shantung, Chiffon Taffeta and
foulards. The new prism pleat effect is quite in evidence.
.Many of these dresses show the new tunb and overdraped
effects. The trimming of these dresses is most effective
lacej yokes and sleeves handsome bands
pipings in harmony with materials. A r n CS t
Values to$37.50 $2i? mOD
lot, made of Foulard,
in the new spring
tunic ana overurapmg
handsome band trim-
Remarkable Shoe Sale
In the Basement
W OMEN'S Oxford Ties and Pumps, in all
v kik leathers, tan, chocolate and ox
blood such makes ? the Chas. K Fox Fine
Footery, "Queen Quafiv," D. Armstrong & Co
"Red Cross." RegulaX $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
styles, on sale Mondav Tit $1.48. "Rp.ttftr not.
SHEPARD PLAIDS The "Shedwater" taf
feta, in black or navy blue and white checks,
in all sizes, a yard $1.00.
FANCY CHECKS 27 inch silk, in black or
navy blue, and white fancy checks, a vard
WARP PRINT TAFFiSTA Extra quality
warp-printed silks in the greys and jasper ef
fects, with neat black design, a yard $1.00.
PINCHECK TAFFETA Chiffon finish taffeta
in very small checks. Light blue', tan, green,
lavender, grey and brown, with -white, a vard
CHANGEABLE CZARINA One of the most
stylish of the new silks in all color combina
tions, a yard 75c. '
WASH TAFFETA Cheney Bros.' make, in '
all colors. Washable, durable and of rich ap
pearance, a vard 75c.
New Spring Model
I . Corsets
YOU will need a new corset to give the right lines
to the Easter gown. The new spring models
of the American Lady, Lyra, Nemo, Warner's Rust
Proof and Gossards (front laced) ) are now here.
The new models show a return of the low bust almost a girdle
effect with the extreme long skirt and. the tapering waist. Our
expert fitter "will fit you with a corset to suit your figure.
IKT this department we make
a specialty of the better
makes, such as "Onyx" Ho
siery Essex Alills Under
wear Kayser's Italian Silk
Hosiery and Underwear
1 1 Merode ' ' Underwear ' ' Ca
det" Stockings for boys and
"Onyx" Hosiery is shown in the new spring
novelties, in silk, lisle and cotton, jblack and
colors, plain, lace or embroidered 25c to
Women's Lisle Undervests, fine ribbed, with
the underarm shield, extra quality, each 25c
Italian Silk Undervests, Deautifully hand
embroidered, in white, cream, pink and blue,
SPECIAL Women's Gauze Lisle Ribbed
Vests, low neck, no sleeves, fancy crochet
lop, -with silk embroiaered initial 50c value,
Monday and Tuesday, each 39c.
Pure Silk Gauze Hose, in black only. A
limited quantity of the $1.00 quality is of
fered Monday and Tuesday at, a pair $1.00.
the pretty neck things
brought out this season, in de
sign and material. Our stocks,
will supply your every need. .
Irish Crochet Coat Collar and Cuff Sets,
the real hand work in a variety of hand
some designs $3.50 to $14.50.
Irish Crochet Collars and Jabots, genuine
handwork in dainty uesigns $1.00 to $7.50.
Jabots, Dutch Tollars, Chemisettes and
Stocks of linen, lawn and -batiste, beauti
fully trimmed with Baby Irish, Irish Point,
Valenciennes. Mehlin and Irish Hand Cro
chet Laces. Most exquisite styles at 25c to
Coat Collars and Cuff Sets, same as above
$1.50 to 5.00.
THREE special lots special
ly priced for Monday
and Tuesday each one a bar
gain. Swiss and Xainsook Embroidered Edging
and Insertion, 1-2 to 7 inches wide, in
small designs, suitable for children's and
infants' garments. Values to 40c 14c.
Broken lines of all linen and linen finish
Torchon Lace Edging and Insertion, 1-2 to
3 inches wide, in filet and crochet effects.
Regular 15c values 7c.
Broken lines of linen and linen finish
Torchon, same as above, but wider, values
to 25c a vard 12c."
SHOP BY MAIL.
TJR Children's Department
-Ms a delightful shopping place
for mothers It's full of good
ideas in children's garments
it's full of economies. . Many a
stitch might he saved by a visit
here before beginning the work
of making the little girl's
Girls' dresses of fine Scotch and French ging
hams in small checks, plaids, stripes and plain
colors, beautifully made in the most fetching
stvles. For girls of 4 to 14 years, the prices
arc $1.48, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and up to
Girls' dresses, made of domestic ginghams, per
cales, madras and chambray, in plain, plaids
and stripes, in very tasty styles, neatly trim
med. For girls of 4 to 14 years, the prices ar
98c, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and up to $2-50.
"It Is no crime to run and this Is evi
dently a case of arrested development,"
said judge Lea In police court this
morning when he dismissed Jim "Wil
liams and 31. Lazarus, arrested on a
charge of fighting. "Williams said Laz
arus had "stood good" for the room
rent of two men who had stopped at
the Orient rooms on Stanton street and
then declined to pay. "There was no
fight to it," said "Williams, "I hit him
and h ran."
Donaciano Hernandez, whose fond
ness for spirits led him into a trance,
was fined $3 on a charge of beiny
Joseph Ryan was arrested for being:
drunk, but ne was 64 years old and
Irish, so the combination was too strong
to warrant his being fined.
Tom Bunts, who sometimes sells pen
cils, said he took a couple of hot
drinks, not water, and they went to
his head so that the machinery got out
of order and his feet would not work
straight. He was fined $1 for his un
steadiness. As Antonio Santa Ana pleaded guilty
to a charge of having imbibed too free
ly, judge Lea said: 'T will have t
chloroform you Jf you do not discon
tinue your visits here," and then ha
placed a $3 sign behind Santa. Ana's
namo on the docket.
John Hanson and Tom Tenthon plead
ed not guilty to the charge of vagrancy
and their case3 were passed.
Jim "Williams, a negro, pleaded not
guilty to the charge of vagrancy, and
said he had worked at the G. H. shops
last week but was competed to lay
off on account of his feet.
3Jaggie Banks, a negress "who gets
into court frequently, said she "Was no
vagrant and her case was passed until
this evening, as was that of Chas.
Johnson, charged with the same of
fence. Jim Hansley, who used to work, as &
miner, but is badly crippledjwith rheu
matism, said he had asked & man to
buy his supper but was not begging.
His case was passed until this after
noon. J. P. Regan, alias "Doc," is so fond
of the city jail that he returned there
last night to sleep. He w& dismissed
this morning as It Is no offence to
sleep in the city jail.
J. O. Porter was arrested on a charge
of exceeding the automobile speed limit
and will be tried this evening.
Friday evening Frank Lorraine was
fined $25 because he had usednone too
choice language in addressing those
who refused him alms.
Frank Gardner and Joe "Wilson were
fined $10 each on the charge of vagrancy.
In Rush to Escape From
Dentist's Office, For
gets His Pet.
A burglar, a bull do and a six-shooter
caused Dr- G. A. Reherd to break all
speed records getting down the stairs
rfrom his of nee in the Coles -block Fri
day night at 8:30.
A burglar entered the office of Dra.
Brown and Galloway, found Reherd
there and told him to get ouc of the
ivav, at the same time making a hip
ipocket movement. The dentist thought
discretion the better part of valor and
complied withfthe request, the dog- fol
lowing him two steps at a time, Reherd
shouting all the -way down for the police.
The -bluecoats, tnree in number, an
swered as did two detectives, "but the
"burglar had (made his escape down the
Dr. C. P. "Brown Jhas & "white iaced
ibrindle bull dog- which may be secured
by the o"wner it 'he will call at the office.
The dog did not manage to catch up
with Dr. Reherd ia his big dash, dowm
Every man whose time Is money, will
find best suited to his particular needs
a policy of Insurance against disability
or disease Issued by tno Continental
Casualty Company, Chicago.
I,. E. GIHett, IHstrict Xusger,
207 St. Louis Streetj
IN EL PASO COURT
One forribery, One for
Burglary and One for
There -were two convictions in the 34th
district court Friday and one this morn
ing. "A. Xaill, charged 'with attempting
to bribe assistant city attornev Tolney
-J. Brown, was sentenced to s'erve two
years in the state penitentiary when
lound guilty by a jury Friday morning.
In the afternoon John Henry Watson,
a negro charged with burglarizing
Craig's saloon on Missouri street and
stealing a six-shooter and $20 In. monev
was given a two year sentence. " '
This morning R. TV". Johnson was con
victed on a charge of attempting to pass
an order for ?10 worth of goods on R
C. Lightbody & Co., to which he had
forged the name of Capt. Juan S. Hart
He was iIso given two years in the pen
He requested thtit the court inime
diately pass sentence and this was done
m For your expressions of M
jB sympathy in our deepest jR
H sorrow we thank you. H
H Mrs. B, F. Hammett, S
B Irs. TV. Carter TVhite, B
M Paul Penney Hammett. m