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Wednesday, June 1, 1910.
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25c NAIL BRUSHES 12 1-2c
T TSEFUL Hand and Xail Brushes, worth
KJ to 25c each; on sale
35c GLOVES 15c
ODD pairs of tan and gray Lisle Gloves,
worth 35c a pair; your g
choice, beginning tomorrow JL O C
50c HATS 1pc
CHILDREN'S HATS, of straw, linen and
duck. SeH regularly at 25c and 50c;
closing out price, ibeginning to- ff
morrow, is JLJ&
10c HANDKERCHIEFS 5c
EX'S Hemstitched Handkerchiefs with
fancy colored border; regular 10c
handkerchiefs ; the price, beginning f
tomorrow, is OC
333 GLYCERINE SOAP.
J OSTG, full sized bars of 333 Glycerine
-a--' Soap a good soap for hot weather;
beginning tomorrow, Q
each. . .. - OC
BiRADLEY'S Woodland Violet Ammonia,
regular price , 15c a bottle; on sale,
15c FANS 8c .
HIGHLY decorated, folding paper Fans,
worth 12 l-2c and 15c. We include
them in "Aftenmath Saile" 0
at ..-: OC
$2.00 FLOUNCINGS 88c
FULL wMuh Swiss flouncings the most
beautiful patterns of the season.. Val
ues to $2.00 a yard; beginning QQ
tomorrow, choice OOC
TOWELING 3c A YARD
CRASH for kitchen Towels, white with
red border, very absorbant. On sale,
beginning tomorrow, per O
yard. . OC
75c HOSE 3 PAIR $1.00
WOMEN'S Sample Hose, in black, white
and colors. Worth 50c and 75c a
pair; on sale, beginning to
morrow, 3 pairs for
10c HANDKERCHIEFS 5c
WOMEN'S Dainty Handkerchiefs, cross
bar lawn with embroidered corners.
Handkerchiefs worth to 10c each; on sale
beginning tomorrow, in our Cool E
WOMEN'S Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,
pure white and with colored border,
sell regularly 5c and 10c each; on sale in
the Basement, beginning tomorrow, ft
3 for 1WC
40c EMBROIDERIES 15c
EDGLNGS and Insertions of Swiss, cam
bric and nainsook all widths, hundreds
of beautiful patterns. Embroideries worth
to 40c a yard; on sale beginning
TOILER SOAPS, 3 CAKES 10c
AN odd lot of Toilet Soaps, different
brands and odors. Sell ordinarily at
5c and 10c a cake; to be closed out, be
ginning tomorrow, 3 cakes f
35c RIBBONS 10c
SILK Ribbons, where the color range is
broken. These ribbons are worth 25c
and 35c a yard; you can buy them, fe-
PORTIERES ONE-HALF PRICE
A LOT of odd pairs of mercerized Tapes
try Portieres just the Portieres for
the summer home. We give you choice,
Ibeginning tomorrow, at one-half regular
WOMEN'S Undermuslins gowns, skirts,
corset covers, .drawers and chemise.
Made of nice grade white materials. Worth
np to $1-25 per garment; price, F g
beginning tomorrow, ia.
CURTAINS ONE-HALF PRICE
ALL odd pairs of Lace Curtains and all
odd Curtains are to be closed cut, be
ginning tomorrow, at one-half regular
prices. Some of these
25c HANDKERCHIEFS 12 1-2c
WOMEN'S" sample Handkerchiefs, some
hemstitched linen, -some embroidered
linen, others novelty colored crossbar
effects. Values to 25c; your choice, be
ginning tomorrow, ' 'XlJz
25c PICTURES "3c
A VARIED lot of Oil Paintings, in hard
wood frames, all sorts of subjects.
Regular price 25c each; we offer them, be
ginning tomorrow, for far less Than the
frame alone is worth, " o
or. .'. ' ' 5C
HAND BAGS ONE-HALF PRICE
LEATHER HAND BAGS in all sorts of
styles, shapes, sizes and colors only
one or two of a kind. These bags must be
clpsed out right away, so we offer them,
beginning tomorrow at just one-half reg
$1.50 WAISTS 50c
THESE Waists are very well cut and
neatlv made- Materials axe lawn,
madras, linene and percale. You will find
ail sizes in the lot. Such Waists sell in a
regular way at $1.25 and 1.50; on sale,
beginning tomorrow, in Calisher's PA
Cool Basement, choice.'. JJ
TABLECLOTHS ONE-FOURTH OFF
A LOT of odd Tablecloths hemmed,
fringed, bleached or unbleached must
be closed out at once. Beginning tomor
row, we offer them to you at one-fourth
off, and in some cases one-tthird off the
A GREAT quantity of summer Silks was
sold during Anniversary Sale. The
remnants are on sale Tomorrow. They em
brace dress silks, waistings, lining silks
jpongees and taffetas. Here is your chance
to pick up a good piece of silk at about
one-half what it's worth.
$11.50 SKIRTS $4.85
WOMEN'S Summer Weight Wool Skirts
stylish,' well tailored. Skirts that
could be worn when shopping, or on your
summer trip. They are priced originally
as high as $11.50 ; tf a q P?
"Aftermath" price is $Tt.O
Lots of Fans to keep you cool ..
in the Cool Calisher Basement
Our recent Anniversary Sale, which closed Tuesday evening, left
in its wake an immense accumulation of odds and ends. This is
the natural result of a sale carried out on the gigantic proiDortions
of one of our Anniversary Sales.
All departments oh the Main Floor have been cleared of these odds and ends
they have been transferred to the "Bargain Basennent," where they will be
on sale beginning tomorrow morning.
In addition to the contributions from the" Main Floor, the Base
ment itself had an immense accumulation of odds and ends
which will also be on sale beginning tomorrow morning.
Many of the following lots are limited, so be on the safe side and
shop here early tomorrow morning.
75c VESTS 33 1-3c
WOMEN'S Mercerized Cotton and Lisle
Vests, low necked and sleeveless,
plain or trimmed. Colors are white and
icream. These are Vests worth to 75c
each; on sale beginning to
morrow, 3 for
SOILED Knit Underwear, as well as all
odd and broken lines, must be closed
out. Here is the way to supply yourself
with a bountiful supply of summer under
wear at small cost.' Less than one-half
price is the rule on Knit Underwear.
TRIMMED HATS $1.00
A LOT of Women's Hats, stylishly trim
med, mostly black. Prices ranse reg
ularly up to $4.50; choice, rt jj
This is a limited lot it can't
last longer than one day. . .
35c HOSE 15c
WOMEN'S Mercerized Silk Lisle Hose,
summer weight, black only. Most of
these hose are factory mended. Should sell
25c and 35c a pair; on sale, beginning to
morrow, m our cool basement,
BLACK and Colored Petticoats, made of
a superior quality, well wearing taf
feta. A small lot only, and early selec
tion is advisable. These are petticoats
worth up to $5.o0; tomorrow
and while thev last f
35c HANDKERCHIEFS 15c
WOMEN'S Sample Linen Handkerchiefs,
some hemstitched, others with- em
broidered edge and still others crossbar.
These Handkerchiefs aie worth up to 35c
each; on sale in the basement (
beginning tomorrow JL O C
WE have a big lot of Kimonos and
Dressing Jackets, only two or three
of a kind, that you are offered, beginning
tomorrow, at one fourth to one-third off
the regular price. Now that June is here,
and there is every prospect of real June
weather, you need comfortable, loose gar
ments. It will pay you to look over this
big special lot.
15c WASH GOODS 5c
ALL Wash Goods Remnants, worth up
to 15c a yard will be on sale" tomor
row 5c yd. This includes ginghams, lawns,
shirtings and. in short, every kind of wash
goods. Lengths range from a yard and
a half up to enough to make a dress. Re
member, Remnants of Wash Goods, worth
to 15c a yard on sale, beginning p
tomorrow, per j'ard OG
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50c Belts 3c
There are about 500 odd belts to go on sale tomorrow. These
are wash belts, "leather belts and silk belts good styles, -till
colors, all sizes, all kinds of buckles. They're worth up to 50c
each:fypur choice beginning tomorrow,
J.CalisKer Dr.y Goods Cb-(Inrporatedj
PREMO SOAP sells -by the box, 3 cakes
f in a box; beginning tomorrow 4"
the price per box is . IUC
qLACIv Darning Eggs, worth 5c each;
XJ mothers can bay them tomorrow
12 1-2c VESTS 7c
WOMEN'S Fine Ribbed Full Bleached
Summer Vests very elastic nicely
trimmed. Our regular 12 l-2c vests; vj
priced, beginning tomorrow
A LOT of long and short Silk Kimonos,
worth up to $15.00, will be on sale,
beginning tomorrow at one-half to one
ifchird their value.
8 1-3c GINGHAM 4c
A LOT of Apron Ginghams, in blue-and-nvJiite
and brown-and-white checks.
Worth 8 l-3c a yard; an extra spe- A
rial, beginning tomorrow a" K
( BUTTONS 3c A DOZEN
TjEARL Buttons 'both the fancy and
1 plain ones. Worth 5c and 10c a dozen;
or sale beginning tomorrow Q
HOOKS AND EYES 3c
BEST quality black and white hooks and
eyes, regular price 5c a card; on sale
beginning tomorrow, O
35c SHEARS 18c
A DJUSTABLE Shears that are worth
t 35c a -nair: buv them, tomorrow, in.
the Cool Calisher Basement,
MEN'S Pure Linen Hemstitched Hand
kerchiefs, full size, worth 15c each;
on sale, beginning tomorrow, in the OP
Cool Basement, 3 for ipC
75c HAIR BRUSHES 39c
THESE are very nice Brushes, have good
bristles, rosewood backs; should sell
75c each ; on sale, beginning
$1.00 FLOUNCINGS 43c
SWISS and nainsook flouncings just saich
flouncings as you are needing for sum
mer dresses and fine petticoats. Values
to, $1.00 a yard; beginning tomor- 40
row at TtOC
DD lots of notions will be offered to
morrow at less than one-half price.
We haven't room to list all of tJhese little
items so depend -mainly on this simple an
nouncement to interest you.
20c HANDKERCHIEFS 10c
WOMEN'S Initialed Linen Handker
chiefs, also Women's Plain Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs. Values to 20c; on
Bale beginning tomorrow,
50c HOSE 19c
SAMPLE line of Men's Half Hose, both
mercerized, silk lisle hose and embroid
ered hose; wonxh 35c and 50c a pair; choice
tomorrow, as long as the lot 1 Q
20c TOWELS 10c
GOOD sized Bath Towels, medium, and
heavy weight, bleached and unbleached,
hemmed or fringed.. Regular 15c and 20c
Towels; priced, beginning tomorrow
TABLE LINEN REMNANTS
A LOT of remnants of Table Linens
lengths one and one-half to three
yards will ibe on sale tomorrow- at very
low prices. We must make complete clear
ance at once of all remnants.
$1.25 DRESSES 69c
CHILDREN'S Dresses, made of a service
alble quality fast color percale. Of
course, the children need "play" dresses.
These are regular $1.25 dresses; on sale, be
ginning tomorrow, in the A
LAUNDERED Embroidered Collars, many
-patterns to choose from. These are
collars that are worth 15c each; on sale, '
beginning tomorrow, in the Base- np
ment, 3 for uOC
KNIT DRAWERS 5c
THTNK of buying Children's Knit Draw
ers for 5c a pair. These are full
bleached, lace trimmed drawers. Qn sale,
beginning tomorrow, p
at r. OC
25c HOSE 12 1-2c
WOMEN'S, Misses' and Children's Hose,
in black, white, tan, pink and light
blue; worth to 25c a pair: offered, begin
ning tomorrow, in the Cool Calisher Base
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
VAST accumulation of odd Sheets and
Pillow Cases all kinds all sizes
must be dosed out, beginning tomorrow, at
really remarkable price reductions. This
is a good opportunity to provide sheets and
pillow cases for the Ckmdcroft cottage.
DUTCH COLLARS 3 FOR 25c
ACE-EDGED Lawn Dutch Collars, also
some Sailor Collars. This is just the
kind of neckwear you want for.just now.
These Dutch and Sailor Collars should sell
up to 25c each; on sale in the Basement,
beginning tomorrow, n (?
3 for wOC
20c CRETONNE 12c
DRAPERY Cretonnes, 30 to 36 inches
wide. Offered in a great variety of
cheerful summer patterns. These cretonnes
would sell regularly 20c a yard; on sale,
-beginning tomorrow, in our Cool - c
$10.00 SUITS $4.95
WOMEN'S Wash Suits all colors and
sizes.. Made of linens -nnd "linenes,
also poplin and rep. These are very trim.
serviceable suits good for traveling. Their
regular prices are $S.0O and $10.00; your
cnoice, Beginning tomorrow,
$5-00 DRESSES $2-49
OMEN'S Tub Dresses. ,neatly made,
manv stvles to select from, in both
solid colors and figured efrects. You need
dresses for the summer and these are both
pretty and cheap. ' Should sell for $5.00;
on sa-le beginning O
tomorrow fei 4
Lots of Fans to keep you C00L
POWER BALERS FOR HAY
CROP AT FT. SUMNER
Silt Adds to Holding Capacity of Irriga
tion Ditch'; Lumber Sheds Under
Construction; Business Notes.
Fort Sumner, N. M, June 1. A 10
isorse power gasoline engine is being used
to "bale the alfalfa on Lucern farm.
Silt in the pump ditch is greatly im
proving its water holding capacity. The
ditch is much more effective than for
merly and more silt will entirely do
away with the leakage.
The big lumber sheds of the Rockwell
Lumlber company are going up.
Operations hare been resumed on the
Lovelace building. This is the first
trial of the stone from Ijhe local guarry.
Postmaster Parker has moved his of
fice from the Murphy block into the
The Simmons restaurant has been
moved into the Brooks building.
F. L. Holliday, for several months
master machinist for the Canal tcompany,
has accepted a -position as superintend
ent yf erection with the contractors put
ting in tSie municipal plant at Portales.
E- H. Bickley, an attorney from Rand-
lett, Okla., has arrived here with his
family to locate.
B. A. Barnes, of Duncan, Okla., county
clerk of Stevens county in that state,
has written his brotherlaw, Dr. Whar
ton, that he will move here in June.
D. J. McGanne has returned to Dea-
CROP PROSPECTS GOOD
FOR MORMON COLONISTS
Forest Fires Raging Northeast of
Colonia Dublan; Conference Changed
to Colonia Dublan.
Colonia Dublan, Mex., June 1. The
wheat and oat crops are looking well in
the mountains. Corn is just coming up.
Adelbert Taylor of Colonia Juarez has
been engaged as principal of the Dublan
schools. He will be supported by a
strong oorp of assistants.
Mt. Stegal of Colonia Chuichupa, and
George H. Amsley of El Paso, are plan
ning for a three months hunting and
, The conference has been changed from
Cplonia Diaz to Colonia Dublan on ac
count of the absence of bishop Johnson,
who is in Utah, on business.
John Jones and family and Miss May
Jones have gone for a trip into the
mountains "near Colonia Garcia. They
expect other teams to join them for their,
fisliing and hunting trip.
For a number of days forest fires
have been raging northst of Dublan.
The heavy electrical and rain storm
(plainly visible from here, did not ex
tinguish the flames.
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
A boarding and day school of highest standards.
OPENS SEPTEMBER 15th.
College Preparatory, Regular Academic and special elective courses.
Special advantages in Music.
Intermediate courses for younger girls.
Principals: Miss Ora W. L. Slater, A. B.WeHesley, Miss Olga E. Tafel,
University of Cincinnati.
Tel. 145. Summer -address: 520 Prospect Ave., El Paso.
ROSS & CO. ESTABLISHMENT
UN ASHES AT FT. HANCOCK
The mercantile establishment of Ross
& Co., at Fort Hancock, was destroyed
b.y fire early Wednesday morning.
Mayor W. F. Robinson of El Paso is a
member of the firm and is trustee of
the estate of the late Mr. Ross. The
property, stock and building was Talued
at approximately $6000 and the loss is
fully covered by insurance.
Mr3 Gilbert, wife of Col. Lew Gilbert,
has returned to El Paso, after a long
and extended trip to several cities of the
republic of Mexico, much improved in
I 41st DISTIUCT COURT.
Juilsre A. M. AValtliill, Presiding:.
FanO. Elma. nnd flii- lnlL-nn hv tiavt
j friend, Geodge Cushingr vs. Zach Lamar
uod, suit to try title to survey 93,' on
the Island, and siirwv iks nn tho
mainland, in San Elizario grant, and
ior $iuuo damages, filed.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
J. R. Harper, I'residinsT.
'Prank Wiliiam alias FeWx Diaz,
charged with theft of one horse; not
Teofilo Ledesma, charged with burg
lary of a box car; on trial.
Sf WAIT NX
l&IVaUey lands are boun'Mpi
J J to increase in price with- 1
I 1 in the next two months I
You may regret that
s' you were to sIow I
V now, make a mt
NkbV profit. &fly
A. S. J. Ej-Iar, Presiding;.
C. H. Gore vs. Western Union Tele
graph company, suit for damages; judg
ment for defendant.
John Salopek vs. El Paso Street Rail
way company, suit for damages; on
SHOOTIXG THE CHUTES.
The Ollle Mack company is giving
a very good performance of "Shoot
ing the Chutes" this week at the Air
dome and each night the audience shows
its approval by the frequent applause.
Commencing next Sunday. Mr. Mack
will offer what he thinks is the best
of all the Murray and Mack bills, en
titled "Pinnigan's Ball."
moving picture exhibitors and patrons.
This company has dramatized Helen
Hunt Jackson's "Enraona," and in its
circulars to the trade, declares this
picture to be the feature isue of the
year. It is a thrijling story of the
white man's injustice to the Indian. The
picture, together with two others, will
be shown tonight at -the Crystal, "the
The Wigwam will also show three
pictures. Its feature will be "Her
sweet Revenge." a comedy romance.
Removal Sale Bargains. ,
S,n;-der Jewelry Co., 208 Texas.
AGED VETEILIX STARTS ROW
IX CONFEDERATE HO?tIE.
Austin, Tex., June I. John G. Hot
tlnger, 70 years of ag -who wad ex
pelled from the Confede.-ue home yes
terday, charged with Insubordination
and using disrespectful ianguage. de
clares he will petition by mandamus for
reinstatement. He three tons -o oriug
suit r,-ainst Col. R. M. Wyn.ie lor
slander, alleging Wynne, who is super
intendent of the home, made a state
ment Xo the board of managers regard
ing the charges.
William Lomax, a grading contractor,
has turned his teams and wagons over
to "Uncle Dick" Caples for the sum
mer and. accompanied by Mrs. Lomax
and little William, jr., has gone back
to Chicago to spend the summer on the
George E. Swan is in the city today
enroute to Douglas. Ariz., to become
editorof the Daily Dispatch.- Mr. Swan
has just resigned as assistant secretary
of the International Dry Farm, congress
at Spokane, Wash He is a former Den
ver newspaper man.
Inns in m 5hops
Too much cannot be said of Ardoin's
"Sunny Side SpeciaV butter. Always
fresh and sweet.
Only a few more nights remain to
hear Ableman's Human Talking pic
tures at the Majestic. A rare program
is offered tonight.
CRYSTAL'S SPECIAL FEATURE.
The BiOgranh nomnnnv' film nrn
considered the best on -the market by the J
STARTS FIRE IX
CITY HALL. BASEMENT.
San Antonio. Tex., .rune I. To warm
his feet. Martinez Mertz. a prisoner in
the city jail in the basement of the
city hall, set his blanket and mattress
afire this morning.
Joseph Neu, contracting lighting
agent forHthe El Paso Electric Railway
company, has returned from St. Louis,
where he attended the annual conven
tion of the National Electric Light as
sociation. He also attended a meeting
of tho Stone-Webster contracting agents
in St. Louis.
Removal Sale Bargains.
Snyder Jewelry Co., 20S Texas.
Nothing more healthful than planty
of fresh, sweet, pure milk The El Paso
Schneider's market is preparing for a
record breaker sale for next Saturday.
Watch for announcement.
The way to keep the babies cool and
good 'tempered is to give them the El
Paso Dairy Co. milk. Both phones.
Dill pickles, sauerkraut and bulk
queen olives are quite a delicacy in
June, yet you can get them- fresh" and
delicious at Jackson's. It's the way he
has of keeping them. Go in and see.
Buttermilk season is here. The finest
in El Paso is at the El Paso Dairy Co.
As usual Ardoin's have the choicest
and best. This time it's Ice cold watermelons.
Good milk costs no more than the or
dinary kind and during the summer
months you want the best. Phone the
El Paso Dairy.
Jackson's delicatessen department Is
serving many tables these, hot days.
Home baked cakes, home boiled ham,
home made cottage cheese are nice for
lunch. Go In and see or phone 353.
The only market in El Paso that
maintains Its own cold storage plant is
the Schneider market.
Next time you want- iro Q, t..
Smith Co. make and note Its' Superiority
. ... wmci luaAB. tsotn phone.
Jackson's way of keeping fruit and
vegetables is -appealing to many house
wives this season. In iii trio,. ..
keep out aH germs, dust and dirt, and
I keep the fruit anr! verotoku. ,
Mutely fresh. Phone 353.
Don't take anyone's word. The next
time you want good Ice cream, phone
the Srwith Ice Cream Co., and then decide.
Smith's Ice cream is always properly
packed. That's wh It keeps so nice
and housewies prefer It.
To get the purest, best, and Derfeet
( ice cream it is just ne-essary to remem
, her the name of tre Smith Ice Cream