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200 Stylish Fail Suits Underpriced
rHE past week, our Fashion Show proved conclusively
our claim to leadership in u)omen's ready-to-wear gar
ments. The corning week we shall devote to demonstrat-,
ing our ability to sell stylish garments at an underprice.
We want you to learn that we can sell you newer styles,
better materials and higher grade workmanship at a lower
price than it is ossib!& for you to find elsewhere. Suit
Sale is for Monday only, and the 2 following lots are offered:
Suits at $1
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Every one knows "the reputation we hold on suits at $25.00. While not all the suits in. this lot are from our regu-ifl-r
S9.FI.nn ninA. vt -manv of them are. For Monday's sellinsr -vre have selected lust 100 suits. Every style is
represented in the lot. Materials are serges, English cheviots, Scotch tweeds and- broadcloths
from 28 to 32 inches, semi-fitting models. Some of them have large re
vers, others are in plain tailored mannish effects, still others are slight
ly trimmed and have linings in contrasting shades. Skirts are made
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Suits at $27.85
(Values up to $34.50.) .
At this price we have also selected 100 suits for Monday's selling. Every woman desiring a high elasstailored
suit and having in mind paying about $35.00 for it can save the difference here Monday. These suits embody
every new feature that characterizes this season's styles. A variety "of new skirts is shown many of them the now
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gored effects "with self straps. The materials are rough man-tailoring
effects, such as cheviots, tweeds, homespuns, boucle, also mannish wor
steds and broadcloths. All the new colorings of the season are em
braced in the lot. Such a value as this will hardly occur again this
Regular prices to $34.50; on sale Monday at
M. Tj. Marlow, superintendent of
bridges and building of the Mexico
North Western railway, dropped dead
-at 10:30 oclock Saturday morning as he
stepped through the door of the super
intendent's office near the iroundhouse
in Ciudad Juarez. Unexpected and in
stantaneous deata was caused by heart
failure, It is supposed. '
The sudden death ends a long career
as railway contractor, for both the
North "Western and National Old Mexico
Central in Mexico, and various roads
in the United States. "Lew" Marlow
as he was known, had been employed as
chief of construction by the North
Western for about one year. Previous
to that time he served more than 12
years with the Mexican Central, first
as foreman, and later as chief of north
ern divisions with offices and residence
in tne city of Chihuahua.
Since his association with the new
road, Mr. Marlow had lived In El Paso
at -the Windsor hotel, 302, 304 South
Stanton s-treet. He was unrnafrried,
about 45 years of age, and is sur
vived by his parents and one brother
diving in Beatrice, Nebraska, and an
other brother residing in' Penver, Colo.
Permission to remove the body to El
Paso was promptly given by the Mexi
can authorities, after a message haa
been dispatched to governor Sanchez,
and inspection made by the court of
letters, and Dr. J?. L. Arguelles. The
official pnyslcian believed that death
was due to heart trouble. Marlow had
recently complained of rheumatism In
his left arm, although otherwise he ap
peared in perfect health, t The body
was removed to this side by undertakers
McBean, Simmons & Carr, and mes
sages dispatched to the .relatives. Fu
neral arrangements await word from
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NEW CORSETS .
All the new falbmodels in "Kedfern,"
"Lilv of Pranee,, "Modart," "Bon
Ton' "Eoyal Worcester" and "War
ners Sust Eroof" Corsets are now
shown in our Gorset Section. Our ex
pert corsetiere is at your service.
OX MAIUtYTN'G TOllNG.
(Br Beatrice Fxirftuc) -if
4$f'g.fi44'4TaT?' ' i-Xo'u could read my daily mall and look
in the newspapers you will ijna tnat
r'S very easy for the unmarried per
son to give advice, for all unmar
ried people have numerous theories
"You are not married, and so you
don't know whaCyou. are talking
about,' said a married friend to me the J
other day when I was voicing some of
my views on marriage.
"X know I'm not," I answered hum
bly i (married women always make un
married women feel humble on the
marriage question), "but many of my
friends are, and I've learned about mar
Tiage from them."
"Your views are unsound and you are
misquoting into the bargain," jeered
my friend, "but now that we're on the
subject, what do you know about mar
rJage?" ( x
"That nine out of 10 women marry
too young," I answered promptly.
"More than half the divorces come
from early marriage. 'A girl marriesj
and has children when she is hardly
old enough t be ouf'of the school
room. 3ur4ng several years of the play
time G& life she is tied hand and foot
to bavcekeeplng and babies. But na
ture "will not be defrauded in that way,
and so she prompts her child to take
the playtime later. But her husband is
not the play fellow the young wife
seeks, and then trouble begins."
"But if young people fall in love and
are able to marry, you can hardly ex
pect them to wait half a dozen years
simply because it may be prudent to
"I am not saying that they should
wait any such length of time, but if
many young people marry under 20,
and not many self-supporting young
men are able to undertake the respon
sibilities of marriage before they are
25. And as for the girls, no girl df 17
is ready to undertake the duties of
motherhood at that age."
"Well," said my friend, "I married
at 21, Jack was 27 and we've had 10
years of happy life."
I have had a number of married
friends who never in the world would
have chosen their" present mates had
they waited until they were a few
One madcap girl eloped with an ac
tor when she was 17. Her" father has
been supporting her and her two chil
dren for the last six years.
A Sordid Picture.
A clever, brilliant, college professor
was swept off his feet the first year he
left college by a pretty doll who has
absolutely no sympathy &ith his work.
She goes her way, he his. They .have
nothing in common.
Another young couple insisted on
marrying before the man was maMng
enough to supportTa" family. The babies
came more quickly than the fortune,
and now the woman is worn, peevish,
sick of married life, and the man makes
no secret of his envy of his bachelor
friends, and advises all young men to
It Is a sordid picture, and one that
I never enjoy looking at. In every case
there might have been happiness if the
young people had waited until they
were sure they were suited to each
Happy marriage Is the perfect state
for man and woman, but marriage can
not be lightly entered upon.
I would advise every girl to have her
play before marriage. By play I mean
tli1 dances and beaux and all the fun
that ever- girl loves.
There willrbe dances after marriage,
but therei can be but one beau, and he
a permanent one.
Young married people can have great
fun, but they should have it together.
And Tve learned from watching mj
friends that marrlaere can be either
1 the best thing In the world or th
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Eli PASO THEATER, OCTOBER 4
, BENEFIT HUMANE SOCIETY
1 Etude in G Moszkowski
t Mr. Francis Moore..
2 O Paradise (L'Af ricaine) .. .
,... Mey erbier,
Mr. Parvin "Witte."
3 Serenade .'. Schubert
Mr. H. H. Miller.
4 Aria from"Der Freischutz "Weber
Miss Helen Cooper.
5 Carmena Wilgfljx
The "Wltte Quartet. u
Mrs. Parvin "Wltte, soprano; Mrs.
"W. "W. Evans, contralto; Mr. Par
vin "Witte, tenor; Mathew H. Lemon,
6 Canzanetta del Salvator Rosa. .Liszt
Mr. A. F. Sievers.
7 Unto Thy Heart Allitsen
Mrs.lW. W. Evans.
8 AllvHail, Thou Iwelling Pure and
lo-ijrly (Faust) Gounod
Mrs. J. E. Rhein.
9 II Bacio Arditi
Miss Helen Cooper.
Sextet From Lucia.
Mrs. Parvin TVitte, Parvin IVitte.
Mrs. C. T. Pollock, M. H. McCallum.
James G. McNary, Wallace Morris.
' EXHIBIT FOR FAIR
Family Moves to El Igaso ; a
Baby Eegains Health in
Cloudcroft, N. M., Oct. 1. The school
has been asked to assist m making an
exhibit in the art department at the
El Paso Fair.
Miss Mary Simms, of Three Rivers,
has left, after a visit of nearly a
AV. P. Hill and family left for El
Paso. The sojourn In Cloudcroft has
greasy benefited the health of the
baby another little one owing its
recoverj- to Cloudcroft.
Mr. Alexander returned Friday to
El Paso, where hewill spend the win
ter. Messrs. Bailey, Parker, Kelch, Frank
Smith and 'Dr. Haxley spent a few
daj-s in El Paso.
At the 3Iajestic.
Manager Rich says "Two Heroes,"
the comedy bill at the Majestic, is ohe
of the best bills of the season and is
being thoroughly enjoyed by big
crowds nightly. Only two more nights
are left for this bill Saturday and
Sunday. Three shows nightly 7:15,
8:15 and 9:15. Prices 10c and 25c
Opening of the Season.
Sunday, October 9, will see the the
atrical season in full blast in El
Paso, manager Frank Rich an
nounces. At the El Paso, open
ing with the big musical success,
"Morning, Noon and Night," and the
Crawford will celebrate the return or
the favorite Glass Stqck company.
Sale of seats for both open Thursday,
October, 6. at 9 a. m.
Big feature bill. Happy Hour.
QUEEN SHEBA'S SINtx
by PL Rider Haggard. '
ONCE UPON A TIME
bv Richard H. Davis, f
THE INTRUSION OF JIMMY
by P. G. Wodehouse.
bv Robert W. Chambers.
CELT & SAXON
by Geo. Meredith.
t bv Edmond Rostand.
THE" ROSE IN THE RING
by Geo. Barf McCutcheon.
10 8 MESA
TRANSFER OF WATER.
- COMPANY DELAYED
,Bonds Have Not Been Ee
turnecl Sewer Con
tractors Await Their .
Although Saturday was announced
as the day on which the transfer of the
property of the International Water
company to the city would be made,
the negotiations have not been com
pleted. The date is still Indefinite, ac
cording to the statement Saturday
morning of mayor C. E. Kelly. The wa
terworks bonds, amounting to ?375,000,
have not been returned from Austin,
and a number of other minor details
are to be settled. Aldermen Clayton
and Hewitt are also out of the city and
mayor Kellj- desires to confer with
them before completing the deal. It is
probable, however, that the negoti
ations will be completed the early part
of next week.
City attorney "W M. Coldwell, and W
H. Burges, representing the water
company, were closeted with mayor
ICelly the greater part of' Saturday
morning. Discussion of the waterworks
problem was heard.
The date of the closing of the con
tracts with Sorenson & Morgan for the
construction of sections 1 and J$ of the
sewagf and garbage disposal plant,
and "W. E. Anderson, for the construc
tion of section 2, is also indefinite.
Mayor Kelly, however, states that the
contracts will bo closed as soon as tne
contractors execute surety bonds.
Try a good Sunday dinner at Clark's
Cafeteria, from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
(HANTS DRAFT A
- Third baseman Manush, who was
drawn from New Orleans by the Giants
onthe forced draft scheme. Once be
fore he was tried but it was supposed
that he would not make good because at
a particular stage of playing he did
nothing phenomenal. 'He was "let go"
and since then nas played with Sa
vannah and Columbus of the minor
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leagues in a way to show that the man
agement o fthe Giants did not have him
right before. His recent work has
demonstrated that he can play the kind
of ball that the .major league requires.
His socalled failiVig before was with the
are so gradually and perfectly restored
to original color by "Wells' Hair Balsam,
that no one would ever suspect you of
using anytnlng. 50c and $1.00 at drug
gists. E. S. "Wells, Chemist. Jersey City, N. J.
Try a good Sunday, dinner at Clark's
Cafeteria, from 11 a. m to 2 p. m.
Big feature bill. Happy Hour.
Do not linger over the
parting any more. The
hat for this season is here
Soft Felts in Many
Shapes and Colorings.
y A ill a. Tlliai'.iTir'five
Shapes in Derbies are here
representative of ths lead-
Yoeman, Bryan Bros. Special
Suits to Measure $20 to
N HE FORGOT SOMETHING.
Mrs. Sarah S. 'Piatt Decker, of Den
ver, expresident of the general federa
tion of women's clubs, tells this story:
One evening farmer Johns came back
from his weekly trip to town, half a
dozen miles away, and after unhitching
his mare, walked over to the pump for
his customary scrub, and then joined
his son and daughter at supper in the
"Sort o 'pears to me 's though I'd 'a'
forgot something or other," he remark
ed toward the end of the meal, as hu
searched for his tobacco.
"Why, pa, did you get the reel of
thread and the pink gingham for my
"And the prock for butter, and the
bag of flour, and the vaniller flavr
"Did ye git the harrer mender and
shoe Old Jinny V
"Well, pa, I don't rec' elect that ye
had anything else ye ought to have
But still pa did not seem quite satis
fied. He chewed a' while reflectively,
his gaze fixed ruminatingly sn -space.
Suddenly he smote his thigh with a
I prolonged exclamation: "By goshl It's
ma rve forgoti"
k "And that," observed Mrs. Decker
"has been the trouble all ,a!ong. Ma's
! been left behind. But nofr she haa
I given up waiting. ne nas arriveu ujr
a path of her own, and she s not going
to be forgotten again. October Cen
j To tfco :PhM1c.
I Young gentleman (by nature), na-
j tive of Manchester,, unconventional.
Socialist. Christian Scientist, vegetar-
j ian, teetotaler, member of the peace
I society, anti-vaccinationist, antl-vivi-sectionist,
no fads, would like to meet
a broad-minded person of similar
I tastes Punch.
"Mrs. Gaswell, while you were in
Venice did you see the Bridge of
"Oh. yes, I saw what they called that,
but, my land, Tve seen bridges 10 times
its size without even going out of
Pennsylvania. Chicago Tribune.
The Other K1e.-
"Hullo! What's upf Hurt your
"Yes, reckless driving."
"Oh, a motor?"
"Xo, a nail." M. A. P.
IT WILL PAY YOU
to visit onr store and see the new lines we are showing.
We have just unloaded three ears consisting of most
everything in furniture. f
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1OH)0 TABLE FOR S6.85
This Library Table is a.special feature for next week,
made of oak finished Early English Fumed', or Golden
Oak, has banister ends; shelf for magazines, drawer for
writing material, etc. Yerv strcngly built; size 24 in.
by 36 in. "Worth $10.00. Specially priced &iL C C
next week for only, each v v.OsJ
Some of the new arrivals consist of
dining room suits ' in turned oak,
Early English and Golden oak.
Office Desks in a variety of prices.
Dressers in all finishes.
Iron and Brass Beds in the ilatesfc
Fancy Rockers, Dining Chairs, Daven
ports and Couches.
We also have a complete line of rugs
and art squares at our usual low
It is here that you will find the best
line of Ranges and Stoves; also
Heaters in both wood and coal.
We want your trade and only expect
it through fair "treatment and low
GIVE US A TRIAL
108-110-112 N. Stanton