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EL PASO'S OXLY EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR STORE. I
TTze jnosf ruthless price cutting in Ready -to-Wear ever conceived of!
Recently we have sold an immense amount of Ready-to- Wear. Still,
much remains which must be closed out at once. The following items
represent the most ruthless price-cutting in Ready-to -Vear $ou have
seen this season.
$5.00 Dresses for :$1.95
$6.75 Dresses for $2.95
$7.50lDresses for $3.95
Dresses "worth to
Dresses nvorth to
Dresses worth to
Besides linen, the following lots embrace linens, gingham and repp dresses and all sorts of fancy materials. In other
words, all wash dresses that aren't lingerie dresses are offered next week at the following noteworthy re'ductions. There
are dresses to wear around the house in the morning and pretty afternoon costumes. The tunic and Russian effects pre
dominate, with either long or elbow sleeves, high, or low neck. Some dresses are plainly tailored and self trimmed, others
are trimmed with linen laces. Colors are white, pink, blue, lavender, tan and natural. When you can buy dresses at these
prices it really isn't wonth your while to have them made or try to make them yourself.-
$12.50 for $5.00 Dresses worijh to $25.00 for $12-95
$16.75 for $7.50' Dresses worth to $30.00 for 15.95
$20.00 for $9-85 Dresses worth to $37.50 for . $19.50
Li tn ? i i f At Way e!ow
T3ie linen suit season will noend for a couple of months, but, heavy shipments of advance fall and winter styles are
expected shortly, and it is necessary to olose out immediately the remaining summer things. This is the reason why
next week we offer Mnen suits at far below half price.
EXTRA $5.00 SUITS $1-95
Colors are pink, blue, lavender, white and natural. These
are all this season's suits, good vaiues at tihe regular price
and at tlieectuced price the biggest bargains ever offered
in linen suits. Regular ?o.00 values; special
$5.75 SUITS FOR $2.95
Suits of linen, repp and linene. In pink, blue, lavender,
white, natural, tan and black-and-white checks. Regular
price is $6:75; your choice next week, while (JJ Q p"
t-he lot lasts " $)ic0
SUITS WORTH TO $8-75 FOR $3.95
Same color range as in previous lot. Some of these suits
are .plainly tailored, while others are handsomely trimmed.
Iaerial is of superior quality. Regular prices d O O 5
up to $8.75; next week at iPOwIu'O
SUITS WORTH TO $15.00 FOR $5.00
We guarantee each of these suits to be pure linen
colors aiU sty'es are offered. Regular prices ( g
up to $15.00; choice next week at $? O .
SUITS WORTH TO $20-00 FOR $7.95
Beautiful French linen, Rainier and Jrkh linrn mits. Some
plain tailored, with an unmatchabie air of dignified sim
plicity. Others are made elaborate with embroidery, heavy
laces and braiding. Colors while, oyster whitj, l.uvnoVr,
blve, pink, rose, gray and wine. Regular (S?? OK
prices up to $20.00; priced next week at P . t3
SUITS WORTH TO $29.50 FOR $12.48
All linen suits worth $25.00, $27.50 and Ajj A Q
$29.50; choice next week for '.... tp JL &a HcJ
SUITS WORTH TO $64.50 FOR $19.50
A few white linen suits, handsomely trimmed in laces, reg
ular prices up to $64.50; must be closed (
out next weeic, so we give you choice at 1$.
Our ''bargains in stylish waists" are well known inn El Paso, and the
mere announcement of one is enough to crowd the Waist Section.
The 3 lots noted for next week are most comprehensive, embracing
as they do dozens of late styles in tailored and lingerie waists
Though these prices are for all of next week, yet it would be ad
visable for you to shop Monday the waists being so desirable and
the reductions bo considerable. a
LOT NO. 1
Waists worth $1.75 and $2.00; next week at $1.29.
LOT NO 2
Waists wortih io $2.50; next week at $1.69.
LOT NO. 3
Waists worth to $3.00 next week at $1.89.
Ilf Wr iSF
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we offer reduced prices on our entire line of tailored skirts none is re
served-consisting of blacfVoiles, navy blue voiles, black Panamas, black Eajahs, white serges and, in short, f
all kinds of materials, "both of domestic and foreign manufacture, in solid colors and also stripes and all 1'
kind pf fancy mixtures. The following lots will give you some idea of this remarkable skirt sale. You
vTJll note that in almost every case the sale price is a little less than half the regular price Remember, it
is a three days' sale Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
El Paso Churches
The Herald contributes this space on
Saturdays to the church notices.
They must, however, be sent so as
to reach The Herald office not later
than 3 p. m. Friday.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Cor. Boule
vard and Stanton. Rev. C. L. Ove?
street, pastor. Public worship morn
ing' and evening-. 11 a. m- sad 7:30 p. m.
Pitii -cr. Titcn Tt'P!TtVTrRFtTA'V
l Corner Myrtle avenue and Willow
, streets. Sunday night at 8 oclock.
nraohlnfV TATninff jftrv(pA: In tilt
Park chapel have been discontinued
until fall. Sunday school at both
places continues as usual.
ALTURA PARh ?UESBYTERU
CHURCH Bible school will be held as
usual in the Presbyterian chapel at
Altura Park, corner Nashville street
and Park avenue, conducted by Rev.
Tr- ..1. T 4. - . v." orllll CX
as well as children. Watch for tha
Sunday school nag:.
CHURCH Rev. Miles Hanson, of Man
chester, England, will preach at West
minster Presbyterian church morning
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Myrtle avenue and Ochoa street.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by
the pastor. C. O. Beckman. Sunday
school at 9:45 a. m.
SILVER CITY PERSONAL
AM) GENERAL NEWS NOTES
Silver City, N. M., July 23. Mrs. E- S.
Jones, formerly Miss Dollle Laughlin,
arrived Friday from Washington, whera
her husband Is stationed for a visit with
her parents. Capt. a ones nas been or
dered to Alaska, where sue tUl Join
him at the end of her visit hart,.
A. H. S. Talbot, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, have arrived from
Jacksonville, Fla. He is a prominent
real estate dealer in his home town, but
may locatehere, owing- to the health of
J. O. Law, -who will succeed F. A.
Affleck as the local representative of
the Texas Oil company, is here from El
j Paso. Mr. Law will probably move his
iamuy nere rrom JSl Paso.
Mrs. James K. Blair and three chil
dren are in the city from Belton, Tex.,
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore TT. Carter.
Roger Gallagher, the lightweight
boxes, of this city, has returned from
a visit east and has taken a chair in
one of the local barber shops.
Sam A. Llndauer is visiting his uncle
Samuel Llndauer, a clothier of this rlty.
The young man graduated this year at
Stanford university and will continue
his law studies at Harvard the cominsr
TRINITY METHODIST Cor. Mesa
avenue and Boulevard. Rev. C. S
Wright, pastor presiding. 11 a. m. and
S p. m.
BLOSSOM BANK WOULD
TAKE POSTAL SAYINGS
"Washington, D. C, July 23. Postmas
ter general Hitchcock today received
the application of the First National
bank of Blossom, Texas, asking to be
designsSted a postal saVfngs depository.
The departmenChas announced that
Fort "Worth will be among the Texas
cities where the postoff Ice has been se
lected as a postal savings bank.
HIGHLAND PARK METHODISV
CHURCH 712 Copper street. Rev. H.
M. Law. pastor. Usual services.
EXTRA $5.00 SKIRTS $1.69
W consider this the best value of the sale. These are
exanmer .weight all-wool slSr-ts, fancy mixtures only.
Regular price is $5.00; 3 Days' Sale (ft 1 ZQ
price - pJLoOt
$6.75 SKIRTS FOR $3-95
A nice assortment of faaHionabe skirts incuding the
light summer stripes, .the more sober black and navy
blue panaxnas and the popular black and white checked
skirts. These are all $6.75 skirts; 3 Days' (Q OE
Sale price POl3
SKIRTS WORTH TO $10.00 FOR $4.85
It is hard to describe this lot it is so big and varied,
comprising black voile skirts, blue and black panamas,
shepherd plaads, mannish mixtures and the light sum
mer stripes and checks. All are beautifully tailored-i-and
any skirt you select from this lot will prove en
tirely satisfactory as to appearance and wear. Regular
prices up to ?10.00; 3 Days' Sale
SKIRTS WORTH TO $20.00 0R $9-85
In this "lot you are offered our higtiest priced skirts. If
you have in mind a very handsome slcirt you must look
at these. Made in "die very latest summer styles, made
of the finest imported materials, and finished through
out with a care and a perfection that you will never
see equaled. Regular prices up to $20.00:
3 Days' Sale price
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FIRST BAPTIST Corner Magoffin
avenue and Virginia street, four blocks
east of the court house. Robert Bruce
Smith, D. D pastor; Miss Elizabeth
Hall, pastor's assistant. Bible school
at 9:45 a. m. Baraca and Philathea
bible classes, also other classes with
superior teachers. Prof. G. P. Putnam,
superintendent. Judge A. M. "Walthall,
adult bible teacher. Preaching ser
vices 11 a. m. and S p. m.
EAST EL PASO BAPTIST CHAPEL
Rev. E. B. Hearn, pastor of the East
El Paso Baptist chapel, 3311 Ala
meda avenue, announces that regu
lar services will be held Sunday, in
cluding Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
preaching at 11 a. m.; 3. T. P. TJ. at 7
p. m., and preaching- at S p. m. All
members of adherent faith are cor
dially invited to attend the Sunday
DSMING PERSONAL NEWS.
Deming, N. M., July 23, John "Wat
toils has returned to his home in
ainesvllle, Texas. His brother, Al J.
Watkins, accompanied him to El Paso.
Ed Carskadon "entertained with a stag
H. G. Bush and wife have gone to El
Paso for a short visit.
O. H. Cooper of Louisville, Ky., Is in
HIGHLAND PARK BAPTIST CHAP
EL 530 Siiver street. Rev. R. W.
Merrill, pastor. Usual services.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Cor
ner Montana and Virginia streets. Rev.
R. T. Hanks, D. D.. pastor. Sunday
mornlng service at 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, Baraca class, Philathean and
all other classes at 9:30 a. m. Evening
service at S p. m.. B. Y. P. U. at 7
HOUSTON SP.UARE BAPTIST Cor
ner Montana and Ange streets. Rev.
A. J. McElwaln, pastor. Sunday school
at 9:40 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:45 p. m. You are cordially in
vited to attend.
ST. CLEMENT'S EPISCOPAL Holy
communion, 7:30 a. m.; Sunday school,
9:30; morning prayer with sermon by
the rector. 11 a. m.; evening prayer.
S p. m.; Saints' day, morning- service,
10 a. m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL Preach
ing 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 500
North Oregon, at the corner of Frank
lin. Rev. P. J. Rice, pastor. Sunday
school at 9:45; preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
CHURCH OF THE IiniACULATE
CONCEPTION Corner Campbell and
Mj-rtle avenue. Rev. Father F. C
Roy, S. J., rector. Usual services.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH 705 North
Oregon street. Rev. Anthony J. Schu
ler, S. J., rector. Usual services.
CHURCH OF THE GUARDIAN
ANGEL Corner Frutas and San Mar
cial. Rev. Albert Gibert. S. J., rector.
All wash skirts bear reduced prices for Monday, Tuesday aud Wednesday. This includes
linen, linene and repp skirts in regular, misses' and out sizes. Made in the latest models
pleated from the knee, pleated from the waist, also the tunic effects. Some skills are button
trmnned, some are trimmed with heavy lace, still others are handsomelv embroidered 3
Days' Sale prices as follows: - '
Regular $1.25 Wash Skirts,
8 Davs' Sale
Regular $1.75 Wash Shirts,
8 Days' Sale ,..
Regular $2.50 Wash Skirts
8 Days' Sale
"Regular $2.75 and $2.95 fr
Wash Skirts, 3 Days' Sale. M?
Regular $3.95 Wash Skirts, rfj
3 Days Sale $
Regular $4.50 Wash Skirts,
8 Davs' Sale
Regular $5.50 Wash Skirts, )
3 Days' Sale ? ,
Regular $6.75 and $7.50
Wash Skirts worth up to r
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Do not confuse these specials
with ordinary values offered
elsewhere. These garmnets
are our regular high class ex
FIRST CniTRCH OF CHRIST, SCI
ENTIST Corner Stanton and Montana
street. Services at 11 awn. and at S
p., m. Sunday school sAr 9:30 a, m.
"Wednesday evening services at 8 p. m.
The reading rooms of this church are
located on the third floor of the Herald
building. Nos. 308 and 309, and are
open to the public from 10 a. m. to
5 p. m.
TEXAS TOWX AND COUNTY
SHOW CENSUS INCREASE
Washington, D. C. July 23. The
census bureau today gave out the folio-wing
figures on Texas population:
Brotvnsvllle, 10,517; Childress county
953S. Ten years ago the census showed
Brownsville 6305, and Childress county
MAKING MORE ROOM.
Ground has been broken for th8 new
immigration station addition at the San
ta P"e bridge.
Going on your vacation? Away from
the haunts of men? TVhat are you
going to do in case you fall sick? Lack
of space necessitates your taking one
remedy for many ills. Take Duffy's
Pure Malt "Whisky with you. It Is a
whole medicine chest In itself.
Most efficacious remedy known for
chills, fever, colds, dysentery, diar
rhoea nausea, sunstroke and all sum
mer ills. It Is a wonderfulremedy In
the prevention and cure of typboid and
all other Intestinal diseases. Used in
your drinking water, it assists In kill
ing disease germs, and purifying thr
SECOND CHURCH OP CHRIST, SCI-
ENTIST Woman's club room, Carne
gie Library. El Paso street entrance.
Services Sunday morning 11 a. m. Sun
day evening. S p. m.. subj-t. unan
nounced. Wednesday v?nlng, Testi
monial meeting S p. m. Pastor, the Bible
and the Christian Science text book.
Free reading room No. 13 Buckler
building, open during the week from
10 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Tuesday and
Friday evening, 7 to 9.
MOUNT SINAI CONGREGATION
Temple, corner North Oregon and
Boulevard. Martin Zielonka, rabbi.
Serv'ces Friday at 730 p. m.
Duffy's Pure Malt Wtiskey
strengthens the heart and gives force
to the circulation. It Is pleasant to the
taste and can be retained by the most
delicate stomach. It has to Its- credit
50 years of well doing. Tliis is truly a
recommendation In Itself. It will help
you will keep you strong and vigor-
Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY by
druggists, grocers and dealers, or
shipped direct for $1.00 per large bot
tle. The Duffy Malt Whisky Co., Ro
chester, N. T.
CONGREGATION BNAI ZION SI 6
North Santa Fe street. Nathan
Schechter. rabbi. Usual services.
GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHER
AN CHURCH 1109 San Antonio street.
English services every first Sunday
of the month. German services on all
other Sundays at 10:30 a. m. Rev. O.
Bahr. 330 Fruta street.
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Montreal, Canada, July i!3. It Is becoming evident ihat much heavier po
licing of the Grand Trunk railroad line is necessary as a result of the strike.
A number of canes of disorders are reported today, but the most serious are
at Brockville, Ontario, -where seven men were Injured following the arrival of
a local passengcr train from Toronto.
Stones ere thrown and the asent's office was stormed by a mob, the door
battered down and sis? private detectives driven out, kicked and buffeted.
A dispatcher?, offices were then attacked and the dispatchers driven out. J
A BIG INCREASE.
Washington, D. C, July 23.
The census returns show that
Brownsville, Tex., has Increased
its population C8.3 percent In the
last 10 years.
The population is now 10,317
compared with 6305 in 1900.
WATER HOLES ONLY IN RIVER.
There is almost an absolute lace of
water in the Rio Grande. With the
exception of a few water holes, all is
sandy waste, very unriverlike.
MORE HINDUS REFUSED
ADMISSION PAPERS TO U. S.
wanted a Hindu translator .
Immigration officials are worried.
While the Influx of Allah breathing
immigrants is very small at the El
Paso port, still of late a numer of Hin
dus have applied, and there is no Inter
preter. Friday two more Hindu immigrants
applied for admission into the United
States. Neither of them could juggle
either Englisl, or SDanisb, to-say noth
ing of Chines and Russian, tiut for
tunately no language was needed to
reiect them. Neither had enough where
withal! to pa the required head tax.
HOSPITAL CORPS THROUGH
EL PASO TO LEON SPRINGS
A detachment of the United States
hospital corps, with headquarters at
San Francisco, passed through El Paso
Satisrday -morning on a special Southern
Pacific .train composed uf nvo baggage
cars and two Pullman sleepers. The
corps is en route to Leon Springs, Tex.,
where the state troops and regulars of
Fort Bliss and other Texas posts are
encamped for the summer maneuvers.
OCCUPY NEW HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B- YJa.ce have moved I
irom 4 id Mesa avenue to their new res
idence, just completed, at 503 Prospect
street. They will leave July 2C for a
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LUTHERAN PREACHING SERVICE
will be held in the parish house of
the church of St. Clernent on Campbell
street, Sunday. July 24, at 8 p. m. Ser
vice in English. Lutherans are urged to
come. All others are cordially invited
to come. Elmer H. Combs, Missionary
for General Synod.
Apostolic Mission 413 E. Overland
St.. services each eveninsr at 7:30.
TTe don't claim to have
all the office supplies in
the citys but we do claim
to have the finest assort
ment of supplies for the
busy business man's of
fice. One of the great
est labor savers to put
into your office is the
SALVATION ARMY Myrtle avenue.
Adjt- J. C. West in charge. Mexican
corps. 417 South Stanton street. AdJL
James Hunter in charge.
Y. M. C. A.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO
CIATION Comer Oregon and Mis
souri street. Men's meetings held
every Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m.
AMERICAN DESERTS JAIL GANG.
After half a day's service at cleaning
Juarez streets, J. H. Booth, American
and unhappy, decided that he had
enough of penal service in Mexico.
Friday afternoon, when the foreman of
tbe jail gang wasn't looking. Booth de
pa ' fd
You ?an see them in all
sizes by stopping in a
Let Us Show You.
108 MESA AYE.