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STORE CLOSED -MONDAY
Ultr&Fashionahle Suits, Dresses, and Coats
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IN addition to the plain serviceable "every day3' suits and other garments
we have been telling you about, we direct particular attention today to
N ultra- fashionable garments that are now ready for your inspection. Most
of these are recent arrivals, and show all the fads and fancies that have
been conceived both abroad and at home. As the store closes Monday at
noon, special displays of ultra-fashionable garments will be made all next
week. In addition to this class of wearing apparel, we call special attention to
Coats and Wraps The Newest Neckwear
m , i , i .t' -A.x -'jtfever before have we seen such beautiful
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arriyals will be displayed Monday and
next week. Of particular interest is the
fichu collar, which is shown in various ma
terials. This is the latest "Few York
craze and we axe particularly fortunate in
being able to show such a wide variety.
"We will also display next week the new
chemisette collar and many new ideas in
regular and one-sided jabots, sailor and
Dutch collars. The new neckwear comes
,in black, white, cream and-ecru.
The New Veils
We will show next week more than
50 styles in the new; Shetland veils.
'The color range embraces black,,
white, green, red,- navy,- Kaffir brown.
Coronation purple and, in fact, every
shade that will be seen this season in
millinery, suits and dresses.
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an immense shipment of evening
capes and coats. The colorings,
,the trimmings and the materials
are the most beautiful we have
ever seen. Both Parisian and
New York i deas are shown in
both the coats and capes. "We
have also received our initial
shipment 'of coats for street and
" general utility" wear.
Sweaters Have Arrived
From present indications this will
be another "sweater season." We
have just received a full line of
sweater coats, single and double
jbreasted styles in long and short
lengths. Thev come in white, tan,
'navy, red and gray. Prices range
from $2.50 up.
More Dresses at $14.85
Our Introductory Special in dresses at $14.85 will be continued.
Many new garments will be added for Monday morning selling.
The offer embraces corduroys, 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, but the majority conform to the popular high waisted effect".
The color range includes pure white, white combinations, naw,
black, Coronation purnle, red, -green and brown. If asked to place
your own price on xnese dresses you
would readily say.'4 They are wortH
$20.00. " On special sale at choice
for , . .
Ws extend .out-of-town people a pressing invitation to visit ""The White
Bowee" whe& ia SI Paso. In case jou do not find it convenient to come
far tW eitv, we will interpret any order -sent ns by mail according to the
kiest idea in- garments and accessories.
-jBody "of Deceased Jurist to
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At . ting oi the Barassoel.ation
bJa 'Sfttitrday' mornlsCp- final arrange
jaWfcs fr tk' fumeral of judge iTEL
'Seiti -were aaade:
Tfc bdy, aooopspanled by R. T. Nelll
n of the deceased, will arrive at. tne
umtem station, at 3:45 Saturday and wUl
e met by the members of the Bar as
iciirtoa. They will form an escort and
SiOcoiRpa&y the body to the undertak
ing establishment of McBen, Simmons
cjCaxr. The' funeral will take place
f t&t. -here on Sanday, the members of
the association meeting- there at 1:45
p. m. and 'accompanying the body to
TriJdiy 'KatlMiist ; church,- where the
funeral .service will be held at 2
-oclock, Rev. Caspar S. "Wright offici
ating. At. the meeting of the Bar association
on Saturday the pall bearers and hon
prary pall bearers were not ohosen as
-the association wishes to consult with
KMr. Ieill in this matter. A committee
-on resolutions, composed of the follow
iag members was appointed: Capt. T.
J. Beall, chairman; R. F. Burges, J. M.
Gbggin, "W. M. Coldwell, "W. OLPetlco
las and Peyton F Edwards This com
mittee will meet on Monday morning
at ;the regular meeting of the Bar
association and draw up resolutions.
A committee to purchase floral designs
";was also appointed, composed of Heigh
'-Clark, chairman; 25. L. Cobb and R.
F Burges. . V
For 8o electrical -work we have no
competition- Texas Electrical Supply
Co., "The House, of Quality," 119 North
Free Urlnkiag-- Cnps.
Monday and Tuesday, with any pur
chase, we give free a sanitary drinking
Scott White & Co., Mills Bldg.
Scott White & Co., -204 Mills St.
Depot Pharmacy, .near union depot.
See the Elite mo-Flag; pictures tonight
and Sunday. Best show yet.
Wrfjcht fr fine dry cleaning.
BULLS TOSS 1EIT
Oats Show Slight Weakness.
Corn and Provisions
Chicago. 111., Sept. 2. Bullish senti
ment had the lead today in the wheat
market here owing to the strength of
European cables. Opening prices were
unchanged to c higher. December
started at 944 to 91, no difference
from' the market as a whole,- dipped
to to 94, and then rose to 94
'Closing figures were strong with
December 95 to 95.
Excellent shipping demand- gave a
strong tone to corn. December opened
a shade to c up at 63 to 63,
touched 63 to '63, and advanced to
The close was strong 1 to lc
higher at 64.
Freer deliveries weakened oats. De
cember started unchanged to "c high
er at 45 to 46, and fell to, 45. ""
Big decrease in lard stocks helped
prices . for all hog products. Initial
sales were 2 to '12 to 15c dearer
with January delivery at $16:3t). S9.30
j to ?9.32 for lard and $8.42, to ?8.45
Grain and Broylsions,
Cafcapa .Grata. ' ' Cli
Sept ..-.-... . ,:43i
Dec .- 46
Chlcagro ProvIsIoHs. Cloa.
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for Competent People
We are now ready to receive appli
cations for salespeople for, all de
partments. A permanent position
awaits those who have the neces
sary j, qualifications and are am
bitious. Those desiring employ
ment will apply to the Manager
Monday morning at 9 o'clock new
building, Stanton Street entrance.
Applicants are required- to bring
written application in own hand
writing giving full details.
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Kansas city Livestock. Close.
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 2. Cattle
Becelpts 500, including 400 southerns;
market steady. Native steers, $5.00
8.00; southern steers, ' $4.006.00;
southern cows and heifers, ?3.004.50;
native cows .and heifers. S2.7Rif77 5s
stockers and feeders, 3.253.75; bulls,
' 13.00 4.50; calves, $4.507.05; western
ui-b&to, t.uunyi.iu western cows, 53. UU
Hogs Rects. 1000; market 5c high
er: Bulk of sales, $?.207.35; heavy,
$7.207.35; packers and butchers, 7.20,
7.40j lambs, light, ?7157.35.
. Sheep Rects. 500; market steady.
Muttons, ?3.2o.4.00; lanibs, $5.506.35;
range wexners and yearlings,. 33.25
4.25; range ewes, 2.50 3.75. '
Ghicago Livestock. Close.
Chicago, 111., Sent. 2. Cattle Re
ceipts 200; market steady. Beeves,
$5. 00 7.90'; Texas steers, ' $4.406.35;
western ' steers, $4.007.00; stockers
and feeders, $3.005.50; cows and
heifers, $2.25 6.25; calves, $6.25 (g 9.25.
Hogs Rects. 5000; market 5c High
er. Light, $7.25g7.S0; mixed, $7.10
7.75; heavy, ?6.9Q7.70; rough, $6.90
7.10; good to choice heavy, ?7.107.70;
pigs, $5.25 7.65; bulk of sales, $7.15
Sheep Rects. 1000; market steady.
Native, ?2r003i80; western, $2.25
3.80; yearlings, $4.'004.90; lambs, na
tive, $4.006.45; western, $4.50"6:50.
Omaha Livesiock; Close.
Omaha, Neb., Sept 2. Cattle Re
ceipts 100 market "steady. Native
steers,' $5i00.00; cbws" -and heifers,
$3.00O5.75; western steers, -.$3.7-5 6.75;
Texas steers, $3.505.50; cows and
heifers, ,$3.005.25; canners. $2.50
3.75; stockers and feeders, $3.255.S5;
calves, $3.00 7.25; bulls, stags, etc.,
Hogs Rects. 2700; market 5c high
er, .tieavy, ?7.007.25; mixed, 7.05
7.15; light, $7.307.40; pigs,
7.00; bulk of sales, $7.057.15.
Sheep Rects. 500; market
Yearlings, $4.004.40; wethers,
3,50; ewes, $2.603.15; lambs,
St. IiOnl?: Wool. Close.
St Louis, Mo., SeDt 2. Wool firm
Territory and western mediums, 17 i
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NO donbt about rfcl Our
diamond. stock is without
an equal in El Paso. We
npt only carry at all times a
larger stock than all other 'El
Paso jewelers combined but all
stones offered here have been
selected by experts and. are
scientifically - graded. In tnk
connection, we call attention -to
the fact that all our solitaire
diamond engagement rings are
18 karat gold with platinum'
4TEXAS & MESA "iy
"The mere thought of buying a
diamond should suggest Silber
20; fine mediums, 15
. Elgla Bntier.
Elgin, HI., Sept 2. Butter firm, 26c;
output 839,600 pounds. There will be
no meeting of board Monday, holiday.
MOtfEY AKtT METALS.
Jtmvr Terfc QaetatUaai
New York, Sept 2t Call money,
Prime mercantile . paper, no quota
tion. Clemlns Ouotatleas Tetter.
Bar silver 52. . .
Desilverized lead (New Tork) steady;
Copper Spot $12.0012.15.
Spelter (St. I"ujsf nuotatlon")
Steady, $5.80; lead, steady, $4.40.,
Mexican dollars 4S.
Carreat Smelter Qaetatleaa.
(Ei Paso 5mlterJ
Bar silver 52
Copper (wire bars) .;.. 12.425
Copper- Cathode (cts. per lb.). 12.30
Lead (N. Y. sales price) $4.50'
Lead (London) 14, s6 d3 ,
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Copper (wire bars)iVvv $12.35
Silver ., , $52150
SHEEP COMPANY IS
FQEMED IN EL PASO
Store Closes Monday at Noon
Regular A- M. Dclfrtry
PLEASE DO YOUR ORDERING EARLY
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Gregg shorthand iwrttera win the speed contest-at WasalmgtoB, 3, C, ad
break the world's record for accuracy Ik transcript.
Ask for free lesson by mail.
Try our work and he convinced before you py.
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Eanks Interested in "New
Karakule Industrv at
The El Paso Karakule Sheep com
pany, which proposes to breed full
blooded and graded Karakule sheep; in
El Paso county, has secured 3200 acres
of land near Polvo, Texas, and arranged,
for the leasing of 16,000 acres more in,
the Immediate vicinity when it Is need
ed, for running the valuable fur pro7
ducing sheep. HV. P. Payne, "Winches
ter Cooley, J. F. "Williams, TJ. S. Stew
art, J. G. McNary and Owen P.! White
are financially Interested in the In
dustry, wrhich has been promoted by
Dr. C. C. Young.
The tract of 10,000 acres owned by
Dr. Young at Finlay, Texas, will also
be held in reserve for the use of the
sheep breeding company when needed.
The 3200 acres obtained for the sheep
ranch is the property of the local in
vestors in the company. The company
is to be incorporated, for $180,000.
A herd of 26 Karakules- will be
-brought from the Lowden' ranch to
Polvo within 'one month.
Jnst the weather for-itiot toast and
coffee. We have the electric toaster's!
and coffee percolators. . Texas 3Elecr
tlcal Supply Co "The HoWse o Quali
ty," 119 ICortfc Stanton street.
School books, new and -secondhand,
at Morgan's Book Store, 204 Mills St.
Why not the best? Page 13.
-The bestmith's Ice cream.
It is up to you. Page 5.
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EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
- A EFOEBIG-Sa1meadTaiitages aJ
.-' tiie oesi; eascern scnoois. . Dgaxa.
- ing;and day school situated in the drr aniri
. Sunny enmate ox western Texas, if is ".;!
especially desirable' for girls who are not .
sufficiently robust to endure seTere win- gjfi
ters. The pupils are encouraged to be in -,
' the open air, and sleeping out of doors is-
' possible during most of the sjchool year. -i
Studies and sports are carefully super- -f I
vised. The work offered includes inter-
mediate, high school and advanced-- '
courses. It is under the direction of, col- s
lege-trained teachers. - Splendid instruc
tion in music, voice culture, and physical -training.
For year-book and detailed informa" rV
tion, apply to r .
Miss Orar W. L. Slater, 1111 Terraces. '-
. , Street, El Paso, Texas.
TAFT IX MAIXB.
Isleboro, Me., Sept. 2. The Mayflow
er, with, president 'and Mrs. Taft and
a party of friends aboard, dropped
anchor off Isleboro shortly before noon
today, having- made the trip from Bev
erly in about 12 hours.
The purest Smith's Ice cream.
It is up to -you. , Pag-e 5.
AX IXTERXATlOXAIi BXATJTT
WINNER DIES IN FGYXHTY
Belief ontain, O., SepL 2. -Word iras
received here today tfeat Nelll MciL
mlck, once the belle of "Crbana, who
won first prize la the international
beauty contest held at the Chicago
"World-; fair, died yesterday, frieiM"les,
in a, i"ew Tork hospital.
Ton. are responsible. Page 5.
School Books and Supplies
Stock complete in
r every branch of
r. stiidy from the
the high school in