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OF THE BETTER SORT
We bring the week to a close with splendid bargains.
Both Fair visitors and hdme people will find here to
morrow bargains in which variety and value are unlimited. It is impossible to
advertise all of them, but, those listed will give you a good idea of what awaits
you here tomorrow.
Mi
ImI If
Two Skirt
Bargains
Both Splendid Values
For tomorrow's selling we have selected 100 sty
lish skirts and divided them into two lots. These
aTe the "hobhle" and "semi-hobble" skirts, some
are plain tailored, others self trimmed with self
bands, self straps- etc., still others are button
trimmed. Materials are voiles, panamas hen
riettas, tweeds and novelty suitings. Skirts in
Lot No. 1 come in solid colors black, brown, gray
and blue also in the popular striped effects in
various colorings. Skirts in Lot No. 2 come in
solid colors, also in a great variety of novelty pat
terns. j
LOT NO. 2
Skirts worth up to
$10.00; Saturday Bar
gain $6.75
LOT Np. 1
Skjjrts worth up to
$7.50; Saturday Bargain
$4.85
t
Silk Hose
Customers have got in the habit
of looking forward to Saturday
for unusual hose values. The
one for tomorrow is certainly
most unusual. These are black
silk hose, have lisle garter tops,
heels and toes; 75c and even
$1.00 is often paid for just
such hose as these. We make
them a Saturday Bargain at
the -unheard of low price of,
pair,
39c
$1.00 and $1.25
SCARFS
59c
Yon. cant posabry get along1 this
season without a scarf. "While the
scarfs we offer tomorrow are for
a. very Sott price, they are most
imnmral values. These scarfs come
in & wide variety of Persian do
signs having a conventional floral
border. They are 72 inches long,
24 inches wide, and the tegular
prices are $1.00 and $L25. Satur
day Bargain at
OJfC
25c Handkerchiefs
3 for 50c
At the regular price of 25c each these
handkerchiefs are good values. They
are a? special import order and an
immense quantity was purchased so
twe secured them at a price reduc
tion that enables us to make them
a hg Saturday Bargain. Pure linen
handkerchiefs, hemstitched, some
with hand embroidered spray, others
iwith embroidered spray and initial.
Come 6 in a box, but we are willing
to break .boxes. Regular 25c hand
kerchiefs; Saturday Bargain
3 for 50c
Umbrellas
at 79c
Whether it rains or not, it will be
a good idea to purchase an um
brella tomorrow at the bargain
price. These umbrellas are cover
ed with a very good quality of
"Gloria," have substantial frames,
and the new style Mission handles
there are fully 100 different
handles to select from. Regular
$1.00 and $1.25 umbrellas; Satur
day Bargain
79c
The Biggest Bargain Possible
Saturday Sale of Stylish Cloth Dresses
For tomorrow's selling, we have set aside a limited number of the season's best
production in cloth dresses at a nominal price. Dresses are made of serges,
panamas, henriettas and other serviceable, well finished materials. Come in
solid colors, in a wide range. Every approved model of the season is shown,
and there is a full range of sizes to select from. These dresses sell regularly up
to $17.50; they are a Saturday bargain at
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SATURDAY;
FEMES
(Continued TYom Pa:e One.)
lowing the baseball game and the
harness and running races of the last
day cf the Great Western meeting
were pulled off on time.
PREMIUMS AWARDED
IN KENNEL SHOW
Further premiums have been awarded
in the kennel show at the fair. Thoy
follow. (All dogs except -where other
wise mentioned, owned by EI Pasoans):
St Bernard dogs, limit First, Monk
of Alta, owner Tilly Weller; wins all j
prizes excepx ior cat. .tsernara oncnes,
In which Nora, owned by E 1L An
dreas, took all prizes.
Great Dane dogs, open First, Haupp,
owner Mary E. O'Connor,
d Pointer dogs, limit First, Aikens
Brpker, owner C. E. Aikens, Colorado
Springa, Colo. Second, Mike Andreas,
owner J. L. Andreas.
Pointer dogs, open First, Mfke An
dreas, owner J. L. Andreas.
Pointers, bitches, limit First, Ai
kens X.izette, owner C E. Aikens, Colo
rado Springs, Colo. Second, Clyo K.,
owner A- Chanvin, Albuquerque, N. M.
English Setters, dogs, limit First,
Coles Magnet, owner Daniel Carpen
ter, Kansas City, Mo.
English Setters, dogs, local First.
Prince Chap, owner J. L. Marr.
English Setters, bitches, limit Firbt,
Tippy Gooz, owner Karl Noneman, Al
buquerque, N. M.
Gordon Setters, dogs, novice First,
Sid Thompson, owner Chas. Pisek.
Gordon Setters,, dogs, limit First,
Sid Thompson, owner Charles Pisek.
Gordon Setters, dogs, open First,
same dog and owner.
Irish Setters, dogs, limit, open and
local Buster, owner A. D. Graham,
Albuquerque, X. M., winner of all
classes.
Cocker Spaniels, dogs, novice First,
Joe Wheeler. Second, Sam, owner J. S.
Capron.
Cocker Spaniels, dogs, limit First.
Prince Pinney, owner E. A. PInney,
Albuquerque, N. M. Second, Joo
"Wheeler, owner Mrs. Ice Cllasssook.
Cocker Spaniels, dogs, limit (other
than black) First, Sir Russett Rowdy,
owner A. C. Wilson, Colorado Springs,
Colo.
Cocker Spaniel dogs, open First, Sir
Russett Rowdy. Second, Pruyn's Red
King, owner C. F. Pruyn. Salem, Ills.
Cocker Spaniels, dogs,' local First,
Joe Wheeler.
Cocker Spaniels, bitches, novice
First, Baby Toodles, owner Lee Glass
cock. Cocker Spaniels, bitches, limit First,
Engratia, owner Dr. R. A. Higgins.
Second, Baby Toodles. ,
Cocker Spaniels, bitches, open First,
Egyptian Queen, owner C. F. Pruyn.
Third, Baby Toodles, owner, Mrs. Leo
Glasscock.
Cocker spaniel, bitches, local -FIrsl.
Engratia, owner Dr. R. A. Higglas;
second, .bsaoy Toodles, owner, jurs. ih
Glasscock.
Collies, dogs, limit First. High Hope.
owner, -Dr. J. D. Lynch, Melrose, N. J
M.; second, Western Clinker, owner, vv.
C. Raum; third, Reno, owner, Oliver
Carr.
Collies, dogs, local First Clinker
Hope; third, China, owner Mrs. John
Harrison. t
Collies, bitches, novice First Geor-
l gia, owner H. G. Ross; second, Vic
toria, owner, Mrs. Charles E. Kircher.
Collies, bitches, limit First, Crcig
more Countess, owner, Kit Robinson.
Collie bitches, open Craigmore
Countess; second, Toronto Lassie, offn-
Jer, Mrs. E. H. Tale; third, Queen, own
er, H. S. BurwelL
Collie, bitches. local First Hun
tress, owner, Mrs. C. Hunt; second,
Bell, owner, H. H. Brokenbrow; third,
Lassie, owner, H. H. Brokenbrow.
Poodles (other than toy) dogs, lim
it and open Bailey Joe, owner Sid
Slate, both firsts.
Poodles (other than toy), bitches,
limit First, Queen Bailey, owner Sid
Slate.
Boston terriers, dogs, novice First,
Comet, owner Robert C. Clarke; second,
Dallas News, jr., owners, E. R. Alder
son and W. R. Everett, Dallas, Ter.,
third, Kimberly Prince,, owner Alvca
Dixon.
Boston terrier, dogs, limit First,
Dallas News, jr., owners, E. R. Alder
son and W. R. Everett, Dallas, Tex.
Boston terriers, dogs, limit, class
S45 First, Dick Lightheart, owner, J.
W. Brauer, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Boston terriers, dogs, limit First,
Hero, owner, C. M. Hay ward.
Boston terriers, dogs, open First,
Dick Lightheart; second, Dalians Fly,
owner, Perkins and Smith, Decatur,
HI.; third, Dallas News, jr.
Boston terriers, dogs, local First
King Trouble, owner, Mrs. C. B. Rob
ertson. Boston terriers, bitches, novice
First, Osage Brambeletta, owner I. W.
Weathers, Kansas City, Mo.
Boston terriers, bitches, limit First,
Cabanne Bell, owners Perkins and
Smith, Decatur, 111.; second, Babette,
owner, B. F. Ducharme.
Boston terriers, bitches, limit, class
35S First, Clarke's Merry Mack, own
er, Robert C. Clarke; second, Sue B
pwner, J. W. Brauer, Colorado Springs,
Colo.; third, Cabanne Pearl, owner Ca
banne kennels, St- Louis, Mo.
Boston terriers, bitches, limit, class
354 First, Dottle, owner, J. C. White.
Boston terriers, bitches, open First.
Osage Lady Jane, owner, J. P. Lane,
Kansas City, Mo.; second, Sue B., own
er, J. W. Brauer, Colorado Springs.
Colo.; third. Buzz, owner, Burt Orn
dorff. Boston terriers, bitches, local Fir3t.
Dottle, owner, James C. White; second,
DIna, owner, John J. Rabon.
Boston terriers, brace First,
Clarke's Merry Mack and Comet 1910,
owner Robert C. Clarke.
Irish terriers, bitches, open First,
Royal Limelight, owner, J. J. McClos
key, Texas City, Tex.; second Gran
Uaile, owner, J. J. McCloskey.
Pekingese spaniel, bitch, limit ir.d
open and lone First, Yurh, owner, H.
O. Henry, Fort Stanton, .N. M. This dog
is from the imperial kennels at Peklrg",
China.
Chihuahua dogs, limit First, Sacho,
owner, Mrs. Flora Bates; first, Rubi
Second, owner, R. D. Marquez.
Chihuahua dogs, open First, Panco,
owner, M. C. Santa Ana.
Chihuahua dogs, local First, Pan
cho; second, Rubi Second.
Chihuahua bitches, -limit First
Chola, owner, Mrs. Flora Bates and
Mile. Fi Fi., owner, Dr. F. S. Cary, tied
for first; second, Trlxle owner, Mrs.
M. J. Barr; third, C?hicata, owner,. Mrs.
M. J Barr
Chihuahua bitfches, open First
Mile. Fi Fi, owner Dr. French S. Cars.
s Miscellaneous dogs and bitches, ope.i
under 25 pounds First, Siguachi.
Mexican hairless, owner Mrs. Olga de
jM Cundiff.
Friday judging was In progress
' among the Russian wolf hound, bull
terrier, fox- terrier, beagles , Italian
greyhounds, alredales, French bulldogs
and Dalmatian hounds.
COL. LOOKE SAYS
FAIR IS THE BEST
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PLUME SALE CLOSES
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Tomorrow
Tomorrow we bring to a close what has been one
of the most successful Plume Sales ever held in
El Paso. So that no one will be disappointed we
will add for tomorrow's selling all our regular
stock of Willow and French Plumes. These will
be sold at the same price reductions as those we
bought at an underprice.
5 muimerv
Our closing out sale of Children's Millinery con
tinues. There yet remain many remarkable
bargains in children's and infants' millinery.
Has Directed Many Fairs
But jSfone to Equal
'El Paso.
Colonel M. F. Locke is 86 years of
age. But he went out to see the El
Paso fair and declared it the "best
ever."
Colonel Locke, who served in two
wars, ought to know something about
fairs, for in his earlier day he was
commissioner of mines and agriculture
of Arkansas, and directed many county
and state fairs in the 'eastern state.
But Col. Locke is a Texan by birth
and rearing. He fought with Jeff Da- J
vis in the Mexican war, and command
ed the 10th Texas cavalry in the Civil
war.
Col. Locke came to El Paso from Lit
tle Rock about a year ago. With his
wife he is living at 807 Boulevard.
PRIZE CAKES TO- HE
SOLD BY AUCTIONEER.
The cakes which won prizes at the
fair will be auctioned off tonight in
the women's department at the fair
grounds, gollowlng the fireworks dis
play. The cakes which did not win
prizes were claimed by their owners
and most of them taken back to town.
Among the cakes exhibited was one
made by the domestic science depart
ment of the high school, and another
by Mrs. Dan Kelly, which showed rare
art work in the use of imitation fruits.
DOIL SHOW.
The doll show in the women's de
partment at the fair opened Friday
morning! The judges are Misses Eliza
beth Stevens, Marie Rich and Irene
Laughlln.
FAIR NOTES.
W. C. Bulger's pen of five Lang
shang chickena scored? 190 points in
the judging of poultry at the fair. This
is within' 12 points of Walter Long's
Plymouth White Rocks.
In the poultry awards, the name of
J. Whitney Webb, of El Paso, who
won third prize in the white Plymouth
Rock pullet class, wbs announced as
J. Whitney, of Webb City, Tex.
Van Patton's indians, who appeared
In the Os-Aple parade Thursday night,
are giving their dances on the Over
land Trail each afternoon and evening.
A message was ( received from
Guthrie Smith, of the Alamogordo, N.
M., News, Thursday stating that it
would be Impossible for him to come.
He sent his paper to be read at the
convention of the Southwestern Edit
orial association, but it arrived too
late.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Used the World over to Cure
a Cold in One Day. 25c.
V
Fireworks
At the Fair
rounds
H a R B B H jp H IB H
Don't Fail to See
the Great Railroad
Collision
Admission to Fair Grounds (Main
Gate,) 25 cents; Children 15 cents
Tomorrow,
Saturday
WILL BE
CHILDREN'S
At The Fair
DAY
SPECIAL
VALUES
AT THIS
STORE
Tomorrow
for
Fair Visitors
and
Home Folks
Drop in some
time tomorrow
and get a
Union Clothing
Company (a-)
"Best by Test"
111 S. El Paso Street
The Question
of where to secure a
square deal for your
' round dollar when i t
conies to Men's Furnish
ings, Hats and Tailor
ing is easily solved. You
get it here.
206 Mesa.
Get the Habit. Pav Cash,
Main
Gate Free
to all children under 15 years of age
DON'T FORGET THE
ABY SHOW
Sa
In
turday
at 11 a. m.
Agricultural
Building
tav 7k
turday Special
Saturday we offer an unusual
good bargain in our regular 35c
Lemon Cocoanut Layer
Cake, only
25 Cents
Belgian Bakery
Tfct tfiittt fowftry HU
fc iht w W. Try a tog tf bit Sm
PUR1HA S0BATCH FEED
UifcisKMftUy
PUBiKA CHICK FEED
tew Ihy CfeMcs
(Jfcray hi ttwofcirfcwi lap)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
&S0N
EL PASO
EI Paso Pasieur Institute
Per PpeTcatlTe Txcxtaaeat
OF HYDROPHOBIA.
S25 SAM" ANTONTO STREET.
Pbeae 2340 R. 1. ate 3457
Auto 1310.
Phone Bell 310,
210 E. Overland St.
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill ana office, 1200 Mo. St. I
Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win
dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank,
Store and Office Fixtures.
Her Heart Was Broken.
because her complexion was bad and
ie could find nothing to clear it up.
Ladies: A bad complexion is caused
by an inactive liver. An inactive liver
will be put in perfect condition by tak
ing Ballard's Herbine. The unequalled
liver regulator. Sold by Scott White
& Co 204 Mills, and Depot Pharmacy.
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