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Introductory Special In
Women's Fall Dresses
To introduce the fall season, we offer tomorrow a most
remarkable special in women's dresses. "We will place on
sale tomorrow morning just 100 dresses, embracing cor
duroys, velvets, serges and satins. There are fully 25
different styles to select from. Some dresses are plain
while others are handsomely trimmed. There are many
coat styles in the offer hut the majority conform to the
popular high waisted effect. The color range includes
pure white, white combinations, navy, black, Coronation
purple, red, green and hrown. If asked to place your own
price on these dresses you
would readily say "They are
worth $20.00." On sale to
morrow; at choice for
(The size range is from 14 years up)
Sale of Manufacturer's
We isuve jast received a, big ship
aeat of sample hope. These axe
geatuae SerHiesdorf-dyed hose and
come ia plunr I&ce boot and em
broidered styles. Every imagin
able color is included as well as
plain, fclacks and whites. This is
Tegular 50c hosiery; on sale to-
4 pair for JU.UU
(2sot less than 4 pair sold to a
A Limited Special
Erom new arrivals in hosiery
select or tomorrow one Extra
Special. This is fancy black lisle
hoee, a regular 25c grade. Offered
tomorrow limit 3 pair to a cus
tomer at 3 pair iflr
Silk Petticoats $1. 48
Here is another surprising special for to
morrow. These are new arrivals in guaran
teed pure silk taffeta petticoats. They
come in blackr changeable and all the new
fall shades. Other stores ordinarily ask
$5.00 for this, grade petticoat; we place
them on special sale d A Q
tomorrow at V etO
(Limit one petticoat to a customer)
Umbrellas at $1.00
We offer tomorrow at a special price new
arrivals in umbrellas. They are 26-inch
size, covered with good quality Gloria silk,
and have neat Mission handles trimmed in
silver. They should sell for d -1 AA
$1.75; offered tomorrow at . . P JL vU
$5.00 Skirts $2.95
Another Introductory Special! The latest
models in high, girdle skirts, made of high
grade serge, and come in both button
trimmed and plain styles. Colors are navy,
black and brown. The values are ?o.lH);
on special sale tomorrow
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Sale of Neckwear
We continue tomorrow the sale of neck
wear. Every imaginable kind of neckwear
is included in the following lots:
LOT 1 Neckwear up to 75c at 10c
LOT 2 Neckwear up to $1.00 at 19c
LOT 3 Neckwear up to $1.50 at 39c
The New Fichu Collar at 50c
One of the neckwear novelties of the season
is the fichu collar. These will be on sale
tomorrow, in a wide range of PA
choice, at . OVIC
We offer tomorrow a most
unusual value in messaline
and chiffon waists. The
messaline waists have low
neck and short sleeves. They
come in black, brown, blue
and gray and are trimmed
in black and white, brown
and white, blue and white,
and gray and white piping.
The chiffon waists are even
more attractive than the
messaline ones. They are
black chiffon handsomely
embroidered in floral de
signs and made over silk of
blue, gold, navy, Alice,
Drown or other color. Both
the chiffon, and messaline
waists are new fall gar
ments and their ' regular
price is $5.00; offered to
Make necessary purchases
tomorrow, as .store closes
at moos iXeaday. -
at Popular Trices
Here is a field where our leadership
is universally conceded. All El
Paso knows that, quality and style
considered, our prices are distinct
ly lower than those of any other
Our this season's assortment of
millinery at $5.00 and $10.00 is a
triumph of successful merchandis
ing. The styles, the finish and
quality of these hats are superior
to those shown .elsewhere at $7.50
and $15.00. There are no two
models alike, consequently we urge
you to make an early selection.
FOR THE CONVENT
Boston, Mass., Sept. 1. Mrs. Ger
trude Haile lL.anman, one of the most
brilliant' leaders of society at Nor
wich, Conn., and one of the most
wealthy women in the state, has given
up her riches to charity, renounced the
JfSmEffll sfanis j& sGkfik t?iXSViM snmhJ "ht I
t MILLfHERY OF THE HOUR "VI
El Paso's Xeading Millinery Establishment
, Supreme Gourt of ISFew Mex-J-
ico Clears Titles -
Santa Pe, N. M., Sept 1. The su
preme court adjourned this afternoon
to meet again on Nevember 27 to dis
pose of all business possible before
giving -way to the state and. federal
coarts of the new state. "
Tbe court Is entirely up with its
docket and handed down a .number? of
opinions this afternoon, the most im
portant and far-reaching- in its con
sequences, growing out of the partition
TCTT)NTiV s & deceptive disease
1 thousands have it
TROUBLE and doa,t knOTr iL If
you want good re
salts you can stake no mistake "by
using J)t. Kilmer's .jSwamp-Root, the
great klaney remedy At druggists in
fifty cent and dollar sizes. Sample bot
tle by aa.il freealso pamphlet telling
you how-to .find out if you. have kidney
trouble. ""Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghaniten, N. Y '
of the Alameda land grant of 90,000
acres in Sandoval and Bernalillo coun
ties among more than 500 claimants,
450 being descendants or heirs of the
original grantee, or purchasers from
him and his heirs, and about 100 be
ing pioneer settlers or descendants or
purchasers from then"( The court held
that the early settlers acquired title
through settling in good faith within
the grant boundaries and that the title
derived from these pioneers is good.
The decision says the title to hun
dreds of settlers upon land grants in
all parts of the territory, but whose
titles should be clouded, had been de
rived from original grantee of the
FALL IN STOCKS
Germans Reported to Have
Suicided Because of
Berlin, Germany, Sept. 1. The recent
break in the prices of American se
curities is having disastrous conse
quences on a number of German
brokers. Xast night George "Weichert,
MP!'-' 1 & -" fii X
world in general and-spciti.1 pleasures
in particular, and entered a convent
She is now in the convent of the Sis
ters of the Reparation, in New York,
with the intention of becoming a nun.
Mrs. Lanman was born in a Presbyter
Ian family but soon after her husband's
death she became an Episcopalian. In
1909 she joined the Roman Catholic
the proprietor of a brokerage firm was
found drowned in a lake near Berlin.
He is 'said to have been made bankrupt
through the drop in Canadian Pacific
Another broker, Paul Dehnicke, died
suddenly yesterday, and it Is reported
that he committed suicide t because of
losses through heavy engagements of
American securities on the Imdon
Paul Kwiet and Martin Gans of the
private banking house of Kwiet and
Gans, who were arrested August 29,
charged with embezzlement of $500,000
of the bank's deposits were examined
in court today. They testified that
their disaster was due to the American
slump in prices.
At Hamburg, a broker named Ernest
Fridlander, fled yesterday, being un
able to meet his engagements on the
London and New York exchanges.
Another small Berlin firm is reported
to be in difficulties. '
EYSTER'S C. 0. D. GROCERY
Corner' Kansas and Boulevard
Bell Phones 884, 844, 823; Meat Department, Bell
Phone 865; Auto Phone 1691
Best Groceries, Lower Prices, Best Services This is
what has made this store what It is.
Every Sack .481b.
Guaranteed ( Sack
None Better 241b.
Made Anywhere ' Sack
Made by the Merritt,
Great Bend, Kansas
31ne Bibbon Fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen 30c
Potatoes, 8 pounds "for . 25c
Broken Comb Honey (in bulk;, 2 pounds for v 25c
Cantaloupes, - rt All Large Cans 3Hlk Og
6 for .,.' aOC 3 forr OC
WatermelonSj valley grown,
all guaranteed, per, lb
All Small Cans Milk
Extra fine black or white
Grapes, 3 lbs. for
Peaches, those fine,Elberta, per crate,
1.25, or three lbs.
Peaches, large, white, lemon cling,
crate 3 1 0
Extra good Macaroni, Spaghetti, or
Vermicelli, 3 pkgs. y Jf
Best Full Head Kicd,
3 lbs. for
Best Full Head Jap Rice,
4 lbs. for '.
Good eating Pears, J p Beans, Navy Beans, or Black
per lb OC Eye Peas, 3 lbs. ' Cr
Extra fine large California
Plums, 2 lbs. for .....,...,
Mountain Plums, good size,
3 lbs. for ....'....
Lemons, very best,
All -10c pkg. Crackers,
3 pkgs. for
All white Laundry Soapt
6 bars for
Swift's Pride Soap,
7 bars for T
Large Gold Bust, ,
Wash. Tubs, Washboards, Pails, Mops, Mopsticks,
Brooms, Scrub Brushes. We handle only the very best
'Kansas City Meats. All weights guaranteed 16 ounces
to every pound.
EYSTER'S C.O.D. GROCERY
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
LEADER. IN LOW PEICES
Personal El Pasoans Going and
Coming; Visitors to the City
' Mrs. James L. "Wilson and daughter
have returned to their home in Tulsa,
Junius Hawkins has returned from
Mrs. I. Tarver left today-for her old
home in. Alabama.
William Valentine "returned the first
of the "week from Cloudcroft.
Inman Sharpe has returned from a
trip, through norhern Arkansas.
MrT and Mrs. Frank "Wells Brown
are now at home; 1315 Mesa avenue.
Mrs. Claiborne Adams has as her
guest, Miss Katherine Devine, of San
Mayor C. E. Kelly leaves soon for
Austin to be, gone' several days on
R B. Winter, of the ' government
water service, is here from Langtry,
Mrs. C. Ii- Caspary, jr., has returned
from Uvalde, where she 'spent several
MissMary Lewis, daughter of Col
onel Lewis, will return from California
Mrs. W. Kemp ' and Mrs. H. White
have returned after a pleasant visit In
Members of the Summer Social club
are arranging to have a picnic Thurs
Mrs. C. H. Forbes, who has been vis
iting Mrs. J. C. Ronan, has returned to
her home in .Chicago.
Frank Appel. engine foreman in the
G. H. yards, has gone to Los Angeles
to spend his vacation.
Miss Nell Smith, who has been the
guest of Mrs. J. D. Love, leaves today
for her home In Dallas.
Mrs. A- B. Moore, mother of Mrs. W.
It.' Brown, has returned from a two
weeks' trip to California.
Mrs. Albert Gowan and children
leave Friday for Mesilla Park, where
they will make their future home. j
Sunervisiner engineer L. C. Hill, of J
the reclamation service; is expected
back from the dam Thursday evening.
Assistant chief of police W. J. Ten
Eyck has returned from a vacation
spent at the hot springs near Sierra
James Corrigan. o'r Corrigan & Mc
Kinney, is here on his way to Chihua
hua to inspect mining properties
owned by the company.
Mrs. John L. Iyer, who has been
spending the summer ather old home
at Galleton, Tenn., is reported to be
Major Charles Barney, of the El Paso
recruiting station, has gone to Las
Cruces to visit the recruiting station
in that city.
Miss Nora Bradley arrived today
from Rockdale, Texas, where she spent
part of the summer. She also visited
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bernard have
just returned from a two months'
pleasure trip in California and the
Policeman Walter Williams, who for
the past few weeks has been In Kan
sas City, returned home Wednesday
over the T. &; P.
Miss Irene Laughlin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Laughlin, will leave
soon for St. Mary's at Dallas to attend
school during1 the winter.
E. P. Smith, superintendent of ter
minals of the T. & P. with headquar
ters in El Paso, has returned from
his vacation to New Xork.
Mrs. Leila T. Moore, supervisor of
music in the public schools, has re-
, turned from the east. She has entire
ly recovered from lier recent illness.
Mrs. Caroline M, Clancy, of Colorado
Springs, Colo., is visiting her son and
daughterinlaw, -Mr. and Mrs. John H.
Murphy, of the Alexandria apartments.
Mrs. Sam Goodman left Wednesday
for San Antonio, Houston and other
cities. She will be accompanied. by
Miss Mollie Wise, of San Antonio.
The Misses Wanda and Esterr Gib
son, who have been visiting their
grandmother, MCrs E. M. Fraser, leave
Sunday for their home in Fort Worth.
Mrs. E. Skidmore had a painful .ac
cident Tuesday, when she fell from an
Arizona street car. She will be com
pelled to remain in bed for several
Miss Christine E. W;-oldert, who has
been touring Calif ornia, will arrive
Friday to be the guest of Mrs- George
Tilton for a few days, en route to her
home In Tyler,' Tex.
Mrs. W. J. Hoover and her, two
daughters, who have for the past
month been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. M. Hoover, have returned to their
home in Houston.
Mrs. Frank Langan, wife of chief
clerk Langan, at the Sheldon hotel,
will return Friday evening from Cali
fornia, -where she has been' spending
the summer. She will be accompanied
by her mother and Miss Arline.
J. J. Stewart, building contractor and
concrete superintendent, has returned
from a summer trip through the east.
Mr. Stewart left here with the El Paso
Shriners and since the Rochester re
union, has been making an extensive
trip through the east
Dr. J. B. Dorbandt, brother of Robert
Our specials for tomorrow, as usual, nave been selected
with the idea of giving you sometning of nigh quality
at a low price. Eesides these specials, you will, find
here tomorrow eTerything the market affords in fruits
Prime Bib t
row, per pound
Yeal Shoulder Eoast, tomorrow, per pound 15c
Specials In Grocery Department
"Casino" brand jMam
moth Peeled Aspara
gus, comes in 2 1-2 lb.
tins that sell regular
ly for 60c each; spe
(Eeg. -price 8oc)
"Casiao" bow Sal
kocl Cutlets, oe ia
1 lb. oval tias tiat
sell xegnlaarl j- f s 4r
eadk; special tomorrow,
Our Delicatessen Department grows in favor daily.
When you want something especially appetizing
telephone and find out what our "Delicatessen Bill-Of-Pare"
L. Dorbandt, was here "Wednesday on
lis way to his home In Ijampasas,
Texas, from California. Dr. Dorbandt
owns the Hereford ranch at Midland,
and. is one of the big men, physically
and mentilly, in east Texas- He is
six feet three f.nd weighs 250.
Miss Marie Meekman, who has been
visiting- Mrs. E. King on Upson avenue,
left today for her home in Delaune,
JJL, accompanied by Miss Helen Mer
rill. They will visit San Antonio And
other cities on their way to Chicago.
Miss Meekman will leave Chicago for
her home, and Miss Merrill will go
FAMOUS HOBSEMAN .
James R. Keene, the famous Ameri
can millionaire horseman and finan-
After AHgwt H5ti. 1111, St.
Mark's Hospital will e pea
ta the pablic m a gmmerai.
hospital ier te care at nex,
Troaaea aai ckll&rea. Metfteal,
sargrlcal aai oVstetxieal eases
treated. Special care aivea
sick babies. Omly araamate
aarses la axteaiaace.
SHOOTING- SCBAPE -IN
Juarez Soldiers Start Trou
ble Thursday Mght.
A small sized battle teek. 'place ia
the tenderloin In Cluead Jaares Thurs
day Bight hetweea iaeHrrecto eoWters,
and resulted in the wadiag &Z e ia
the leg and the arrest of. aother. There
were several heads bruised ana shots
The fight started by tb discharging
of a pistol by a drunk ea man, the bul
let wounding one of a group. Instantly
there was a large crowd of soldiers ia
the street and. a general mixvp result
ed. The poMce were unable to handle
the men for sotae time.
IN JUABEZ JAIL
Carlos Gab&ldea and Joes Sanches,
two customs men in Ciwiad Jmares,
who were takes in charge by the mili
tary authorities for placing Garcia
f Pena, commandante of fiscal guards.
I under arrest in an effort to make him.
resign will be tried, oa a -charge of
placing Peaa under arrest without be
cier, whose health is causing grave
anxiety. Mr. Keene's health, since the
Carlton hotel fire in London, has not
been very good. He is now in a, nurs
ing home in London, which is equiva
lent to an American private jiospitaL
ANOTHER. OPIUM DET
IX JTTARBZ RATD-RD
An opium house oa Calle Men, ia
Ciudad Juarez, was raided by the po
lice, Thursday night and three pipes,
a small quantity of opium asd other
smoking paraphernalia were seised.
The place was rua by Chlaeee, bat
there nobody was found In the act of
smoking when the officers arrived. Tb
manager of the house was arrested.
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Stock complete in
r every branch of
study from the
the high' school in
' 108 Mesa