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jou Aaye arcvozmce of economy, or a grain of thrift, in your make-up; if you've a liking for fresh, crisp, seasonable merchandise, and necessity
demands that you make each dollar count; our 29th Anniversary Sale will appeal to you. This sale is but three days old. But, already, we have
found it necessary to replenish many of the lots. And, there is not a section of the whole store that has not been crowded with eager buyers every one
of these three days. You will find below many extra specials for tomorrow only; any of them is well worth a visit here tomorrow.
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Anniversary Sale Linen Section
Double Satin Damask Trill give good
-wear and retains its fine finish after
laundering. About 25 patterns to choose
from, several have napkins to match.
Our regular $1.25 damask; Anniversary
Sale price, per yard 95c
Bleached, silver bleached and unbleached,
heavy "woven Damask in stripe, flower
and dot designs, sells regularly 1.00 a
yard; sale price 79c.
.Extra durable Damask Xapkins, intend
ed for hard wear. Both bleached and
silver bleached napkins in the lot, "worth
to $2.75 a dozen; Anniversary Sale
price $2.15.
Bleached and silver bleached Napkins,
20x20 and 24x24, a big assortment of
patterns to choose from. Should sell
$3.25 a dozen; sale price $2.65.
24x24 bleached double Damask Napkins,
ro&e and tfleur-de-lis patterns. Regular
price $3.95 a dozen; sale price $3.25.
TABLECLOTH PATTERNS
In Z, 2 1-2 and 3 3ard lengths, "with bor
der all around. Worth to $4.00; sal
price $2.75.
TABLE SETS
If you 'want linens for a June bride, you
bad better look at this special. Two
and 3-yard cloths iwith a dozen napkins
to snatch, some "with border and others
hemstitched. Worth to $&.00 per set;
sale price $7.25.
Small Cotton Towels, 12x24, hemmed,
worth 5c each: sale price 3c
Plain -white Huck Towels, 18x34, good
heavy grade, worth 10c each; sale price
8c
18x36 Huck Towels, either plain or
hemstitched, wortih 25c and 30c each;
sale price 19c
Fancy Huck Towels, beautiful patterns,
some with space for monogram. Regu
lar $1.25 towels; sale price 9Sc
3Sxl8 heavy Turkish Towels, hemmed,
unbleached, worth ISc each; sale price
14c.
23x38 extra heavy, unbleached Bath
Towels, hemmed,-fwitih red border, each
22c
44x24 extra heavy, bleached Bath
Towels, hemmed, wortih 40c each; sale
price 32c.
TOWELING
10c Toweling Crash; sale price 9c yard.
121-2c Toweling Crash; sale price 10c
a yard.
15c Toweling Crash; sale price 121-2c
a yard.
EMBROIDERED LINENS
All Embroidered Bedspreads, Embroid
ered Sheets and Pillow Cases and the
small Embroidered Pieces center pieces,
doilies, scarfs, etc are included in 29th
Anniversary Sale at 20 percent off the
regular prices.
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Ready-to- Wear
Extra! Extra!
$10 Wash Dresses $3.29
There are only 200 dresses in this
lot women's sizes. They axe
made of the very best quality
wash materials. Colors are
white, light blue, pink, tan, gray,
old rose, lavender and linen. AH
colors are guaranteed to be abso
lutely fast. These are extra well
made dresses, tailored styles, and
very carefully finished. Xot a
dress of the whole 200 worth less
than $7.00 and prices range up to
$10.00. Tomorrow, and as long
as they Oast, Anniversary Sale
price is
$3.29
WOMEN'S WASH DRESSES
Prettily made, with high or low neck,
long or three-quarter sleeves. Xeatly
trimmed in 'braid; lace and embroidery.
Materials are gingham, lawn, chambray
land percale, in solid colors as well as
flowered patterns.
Dresses iworfch. to $4.00; sale price. $2.48
Dresses 'woxtfo. to $2.50; sale price. 1.48
Dresses worth to $1-50; sale price. .99
WOMEN'S WHITE SKIRTS
Made of linene, Indianhead and duck;
gome self trimmed.
Skirts worth to $3.00; sale price.. $1.95
Skirts STorth to $2.50; sale price.. 1.48
Drapery Section
EXTBA! EXTRA!
25c SCRLM 10c
A lot of abort lengths of Fancy Scrims
from 3 to 10 yards. Would sell regu
larly 25c a yard; Extra Special tomor
row, and as long as they -last, f
"" PORTIERES i-2 PRICE
A lot of fine mercerized Tapestry Por
tieres that are slightly soiled. Come in
reds, greens and other good shades. To
be closed out during Anniversary Sale
1-2 regular prices.
Women's Muslin Underwear
LOT NO. 1
Undermtslins worth to $1.00; OQ
Anniversary Sale price &&,
LOT NO. 2
Undermuslins worth to $1-50; CQ
Anniversary Sale price J&
LOT NO. 3
Undermuslins worth to $1.75; TQ
Anniversary Sale price Jj
You will find in the above lots Gowns,
Corset Covers, Combination Suits. Long
Skirts, Short Skirts, Chemise and Draw
ers. They are made of unusually nice
quality longclofch, cambric and muslin.
Some garments are quite plain, others
are daintily trimmed with fine lace and
embroidery. If you need undermuslins,
and at this season of the year you prob
ably do, you cannot do better than
make your selections from these three
lots.
EXTBA! EXTRA!
$1.50 WHITE SKIRTS 95c
Full pleated, plain and trimmed skirts
in the lot, all extra well finished. Made
of best quality linene, duck and Indian
head, worth to $1.50; Anniver- AP
sary Extra Special vwC
WDMEN'S LONG KIMONOS
Made of crepe and lawn, many styles
and colorings to choose from. These
kimonos sell regularly $2 25; Anniver
sary Sale price $1.49.
$1.50 KIMONOS 99c
Long kimoncs, of Japanese crepe, finish
ed with silk hand. Come in solid colors
only. Worth to $1.50; sale price 99c.
DRESSING JACKETS
Cool and comfortable, neatly made and
finished.
Worth to $1.75; sale price $1-25
Wortih to $1.25; sale price 98
$1.25 PETTICOATS 69c
Women's Xearsilk Petticoats, in black
and colors, cut good and wide, finished
with, deep flounce, well worth $L25;
Anniversf.ry Sale price 69c
$3.00 PETTICOATS $1.95
Women's Heatherbloom Petticoats, in
dainty black and white stripes, worth
to $3 00; sale price $1.95.
EXTRA! EXTRA!
CHILDREN'S COATS 99c
Just think what a price to pay for an
all wool coat. These are light and me
dium weight coats just the thing for
a summer at Clcudcroft- Made of serges,
cheviots and mannish suitings in navy
blue, red, brown, tan and gray. Sizes
from 3 to 12 years; values up to $3.50;
one of thejbest values of Anni- QA
' versary Sale at C
Miscellaneous Bargains
EXTRA! EXTRA!
TOMORROW ONLY
Monday we sold 12 yards of Lonsdale
Muslin for $1.00. On the request of
customers who were unable to be here
Monday, we have decided to repeat the
offer tomorrow. Xo telephone orders
can be filled.
25c OLLCLOTH 17c
Table Oilcloth, in white, marble and
(fancy colors, sells regularly 25c a yard;
sale price, for .tomorrow only, 17c.
121-2C VESTS 7c
Women's Jersey Ribbed Vests, taped
neck and shoulder straps, regular 12Vc
vests; Anniversary Sale price 7c.
15c "ACORN" WAISTS 10c
Children's White "Acorn" Knit Waists,
all sizes, Tegular price ISc each; sale
price 10c.
CHILDREN'S HOSE 15c
Children's fine Ribbed Hose, all sizes, in
black, white and colors. These hose are
equal, in wearing quality, to any 25c
hose made. An Anniversary Sale special
per pair I5c
50c OVERALLS 1Sc
Children's Overalls, sizes up to 10
years, regular 50c overalls; sale price
19c.
$1.00 BABY CAPS 25c
India lawn and dimity caps, trimmed in
fine laces and embroideries, worth to
$1.00; sale price, choice for 25c.
Anniversary Sale of Ready-to- Wear
Women' s Lingerie Dresses
Our whole stock of Lingerie Dresses is now on sale at 29th Anniversary prices. Right
now, when yon need them, we offer stylish summer dresses at just about half what they
should sell for. You will find both white and colored dresses in the following lots, all
sizes, all the new ideas in tunics and Russian effects, all the late trimming ideas. Just
think of buying summer dresses, now, in May, at prices you usually pay in August anrl
September when the season for summer dresses is practically over!
Dresses worth to $6.50;
Sale price
Dresses worth to $7.50;
Sale price
Dresses worth to $11.50;
Sale price
Dresses worth to $15.50 f
Sale price..
$4.79
Dresses worth to $19.50;
Sale price
Dresses worth to $26.50;
Sale price
Dresses worth to $30.00;
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Dresses worth to $37.50;
Sale price.'
$12.29
..$17.29
29.50
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All higher priced dresses at corresponding reductions.
Coats For Summer
Wear
Pull length coats to1 pro
tect dainty Fiimmer Presses.
Pongee coats, rajah coats,
linen coats, light weight
wool and shepherd check
coats. They are all reduced
in price
Waists
1-4 to 1-3 Off
Extraordinary values are
offered in the Waist Sec
tion during Anniversary
Sale. You will save from
1-4 to 1-3 if you buy your
summer waists now.
Paris Costumes
Only 3 Left -
Of the 6 Paris costumes ad
vertised Saturday, 3 were
sold Monday. The remain
ing 3 that were priced ori
ginally $175.00, $200.00 and
$225.00 are now offered,
choice $69.50.
Wool Suits and Dresses
All 525.00 Tailored Wool Suits. All $30.00 and $32.50 Tailored
Sf.... $14.50 IT:... $19.75
All higher priced suits reduced for Anniversary Sale.
Wool Suits and Dresses $9.29
A limited number of very light weight suits and dresses, made of
the verv best quality woolens, in light and dark colors. Both
plain tailored and trimmed garments included the suits have,
mostly, pleated skirts. For traveling or for a summer at Cloud-
omffc wp recommend one of these stvhsh suits or dresses. .Kegu
lar $20-00 and $22.50 values; during Anniversary
Sale, choice
$9.29
Wool Skirts
During 29th Anniversary Sale
all Tailored Skirts, nias of
Voiles and other light weight
woolen materials, will be sold
at greatly reduced prices.
White Serge Skirts
A big bargain is a limited lot
of white Serge Skirts- These
are slightly soiled. Priced for
Anniversary Sale one-fourth
less than regular.
Anniversary Sale Notes
Our sales force has been doubled for Anniversary Sale. This
means that you will be waited on promptly without any of
that tiresome "standing around," so often characteristic of
sales.
We urge out-of-town people to take advantage of Anniversary
Sale bargains. Come to El Paso and shop in person, if you
possibly can. If not, order by mail we fiH- mail orders care
fully and promptly.
Anniversary Sale of
Embroideries
plain Floor)
35c AND 40c EMBROIDERIES 18c A YARD
Edgings, Bands and Insertings of Swiss, cambric
and nainsook, in eyelet and solid effects, for trim
ming underwear and summer dtesses. Worth 35c
and 40c' a yard; Anniversary Sale price ISc.
50c EMBROIDERIES 29c A YARD
Swiss Flouncings, IS to 20 inches wide, in a great
variety of pretty patterns, sell regularly 50c a
yard j Sale price 29c.
75c AND $1.00 EMBROIDERIES 48c A YARD
Wide Flouncings of Swiss and fine cambric, blind
and eyelet work, regular 75c and $1.00 embroid
eries; sale price, per-yard 4Sc.
$1.25 AND $1.50 ALLOVERS 69c A YARD
Fine, sheer Allcvers, for making waists and
dresses. Vast assortment of dainty patterns to
choose from, and no two pieces alike. Regular
prices $1-25 and $1.50 a yard; sale price 69c.
$1.50 AND $2.00 EMBROIDERIES 98c A YARD
45-inch Flouncings. in large and small patterns,
Eomc have hemstitched border. Xot a yard worth
less than $1.50, and most of it worth $2.00; sale
price 98c.
5000 Yards of Ribbon, Worth to 35c, For 10c a Yard
These are plain color, taffeta and satin ribbons. Widths 3 to 5 inches, eveiy imag
inable color in the lot. A really wonderful ribbon value, one that could occur only
during a Calisher Anniversary Sale. These ribbons sell regularly up to
35c a yard; as long as they last we give you choice for
Anniversary Sale of Silk
IIRS
$1.50 DRESS SILKS 79c
Fancy Dress Silks, worth to $1.50 a
yard." In stripes, checks, dots, plaids
and other patterns, in a great va
riety of colors; sale price 79c.
$1.25 FOULARDS 79c
Cheney's Shower-Proof Foulards, 24
to 27 incres wide, in dots, stripes,
checks and embroidered effects, in
even' imaginable shade- 'These foul
"ards sell regularly $1.25 a yard; sale
price 79c.
$1.25 TULA SILK 79c
27-inch Tula Silk, has high luster.
Comes in coral, taupe, navy blue, tan,
pink, light blue, brick, vapor, granite,
black and white; worth $1.25 a yard;
sale price 79c.
$1 00 TAFFETA 59c
Short lengths of Taffeta Silks, from
2 to 10 yarjs. Great variety of col
ors to select from. These are our
regular $1.00-a-yard taffeta; sale
price 59c
IkCalisherJDry: Goods Co. &&&&&
Extra! Extra!
Tomorrow Only
75c Rough Silks
Heavy weave rough silks in solid
colors and changeable effects great
variety of colors to select from.
These silks sell regularly 75c a yard;
we offer them tomorrow only
39c
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Anniversary Sale v
Millinery
$10.00 and $12,00 Hats .
$5.00 ;
This, the first week of Anniversary Sale, we
are f eatniing $5.00 hats. TTe have done a par
ticularly good millinery business this spring
and so we are able to offer unusually good val
ues during Anniversary Sale. These- $5.00
hats are late summer styles of every imagin
able color, size and shape. They are hats such
as you would find elsewhere at $10.00 and even
$12.00. The first week of
Anniversary Sale, we give
you choice at
Extra! Extra!
Untrimmed Straw Hats
Worth $1.25 and $1.50
t
$5,00
Large Straw Hats, suitable for women and
misses. Offered in white and burnt; sell reg
ularly $1.25 and $1.50; an Anni- 2Q
versary Extra Special C
Anniversary Sale of Gloves
50c and 75c Gloves 39c
Short Silk Gloves, "Kayser," "Fownes"
and other leading makes. Have double
tipped fingers; come in black, white and
colors. Sell regularly 50c and
75c; Anniversary Sale price
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.MEXICAN G-OVERHOR
VISITS THE CITY
Sr. Diego Eedo, Chief Execu
tive of Sinaloa, Is Visit
ing Here.
Gov. Diego Eedo, of Sinaloa, Mex.,
with a party of relatives and officials
from the Mexican coast state, is in El
Paso. The Mexican, official slipped in
quietly from Tucson, where he will re
turn tonight in time to make an ad
dress at the inaugural ceremonies of the
new Tucson and West Coast of Mexico
railway Thursday.
Gov. Redo came to El Paso to accom
pany this far his mother. Mrs. A. Redo,
on her way to the City of Mexico.
With hiin are J. Castellat, secretary ol
the state of Sinaloa and a former mem
ber of the Wasldngton embassy; F. Gar
cia Fajardo, general purchaser of the
state; Miss B.Hedo, the governor's niece;
Miss M. de Castro; her iriend; Mrs. Cas
tellat, and Mrs. Eajardo.
PROF. GAlilUSOIf V.TIIX
ADDRESS SAATLA. FE SCHOOLS
Santa Fe, jfLM-May. The new city
board of educatlobftconslsting of seven
Republicans and one Democrat, organ
ized by electing ex-mayor Jose D. Sena
president over Thomas B. Catron.
For the 12th consecutive time, James
A. "Wood was elected superintendent of
schools.
Dr. W E. Garrison, of the Nev Mexico
College of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts, was selected to malce tho com
mencement address.
WOMAN FALLS IN
VELL, BREAKS LIMB
Carpenter Injured by Pall
and Man Kicked "by a
Horse at Deming.
Deming, ST. M., May 4. Miss Phillips,
who lives 12 miles southwest of Dem
ing, fell into a w ell 37 feet deap, break
ing one limb in two places, and dis
locating the ankle of the orer limb.
"Workmen were taking dirt out of the
well and let the windlass slip. The
handle caught her dress and pulled
her into the well. Two workmen werd
in the well but neither of them were
hurt.
Mr. "Wolfe, a carpenter, fell from the
Nordhaus building, on Silver avenue,
and v.as stunned by the fall. He recov
ered consciousness soon, however, and
sustained no permanent injuries.
E. C. Green was kicked by a horse
on the shoulder and right side and se
riously hurt.
Isabella Kscobar and Basiha Amara
were married today by justice of the
peace McCHntock. J
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