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Saturday September 2, 1911
John W. Phillips
We Are Proud
Of our present stowing of good Furniture..
We offer these extra specials for next
"week in order that you may. see for your- '
self. Come Monday and enjoy this reast
of bargains. :::::::.::
II 1 In 1
(f l'"T"T" a
This continuous post Iron
Bed in Yernis Martin finish,
full size or 1J-4- size. For
This Elegant Dining Chair in
genuine quarter sawed oak,
highly polished, solid eaddie
ssai; iwlted construction; an
excellent Tlue; fcO 7
special on sale . J7
. m $14.50 M I fell II rT
This all Jron Porch or X&wn Swing,
Blade entirely of steel tubing and wire,
only one io sell dj A ff A
Office Chair like cut, made of
solid "quarter sawed oak, golden
finish; highest class spring
hase with casters; special on
- LADIES' DESKS in. all finishes, golden
' oak, Early English, fumed oak, -birdseye
maple, Circassian, walnut and mahogany.
Prices rangep from each, j2 AA
in golden oak , 3O.UU
- . Hardware
"We are putting in a complete
line of Shelf Hardware. "When
in need of anything in this linej
we can save you some money.
J ' I
BflSntME TO BE
Mary garden Has a J&ew
" One That Will -All ao
in a Handbag
DESCRIPTION OP XAJtY
GAHDEN'S, "SEW DRESS,
"A plain white over a field of
nothing1, gathered into a single
panel and held la place tempor
arily by spier"Veb piss. Gold
beaded cherry blossoms about
to fall embroider the -corsage,
and the back Is fashioned after
the famous Delaware ""water gap.
"A pretty variation of this is
the Gulebra cut, but it will not
he fashionable until 1915.
Melisande net trails- unconven
tionally down the Jeagtb of a
visionary skirt and there is a
decided hiatus at the right and
left knees, where gossamer
straps may be seen, by powerful
glasses, holding in place one of
the 45 pairs of silk stockings. A
chiffon scarf prevents the
wearer from taking cold."
the ultimate nothing was attained on
that memorable night in the Hotel As
tor, when she appeared to sing for
the Professional Women's league. She
had dressed in a hurry, she explained
Her costume was described by a re
viving listener as a gasp and a shrug
of the shoulders. There was much dis
cussion whether her garment was blue
or white or gold. It was eventually de
cided in favor of the "blue, as there
wasn't enough of it to be both white
and gold. It was on this occasion, too,
that the famous back, depicted from
the neck to girdle, began its triumph
ant march through the press.
This, however, is to be outdone this
winter. America will be astonished,
says Mary. It was generally believed
that she might go to the other extreme
and emulate the Eskimo this season, as
somebody gave her 45 pairs of silk
stockings before she sailed last June.
But Mary has the original mind.
A modiste, when asked to outline a
costume of flimsy material that would
shock Americans and yet not call out
the fire department, took a blue print
from the refrigerator and showed it.
TJie description Is printed above.
J5KIRTS TO REVEAL
DAISTY FEMININE ANHXBB
New York, "Sept. 2. Order smolced
glasses, please. Mary Garden, whom
na&ny regard sjg queen of the "great
undraped," andtEe author of "The
Hypnosis of, Anthony Oomstock; or,
How "to Get Away With It," issues no
tice -from her retreat in Paris that this
year hes personal scnery will be of
"In fact," the carols, "I will wear so
little that the Americans will be as
tonished." A hunt through the asbestos envelope
for pictures of Mary Illustrating what
.not to wear reveals her Salome as a
good example of the pneumonia garb.
In this she seems to specialise In veils,
a few tenuous strips being wound
afcout the operatic frame. This creation
brought Mary Into prominence, much to
-the annoyance of herself and her re
tiring manager, Oscar Hammersteln.
Perhaps the climax In her search for
Cut 1 Front Permits Free Action fe
Xlrabs, Say's Mas Milliner.
New York, .Sept. 2. Charles C.
Kurtzman, a Fifth avenue milliner,
I who returned on the Kaiser Wilhelm
t ILr had at his fingers' ends all the
latest tips on the coming fashions.
-'Skirts are going to be cut open
I in frot, just enough to reveal the
j ankles, and as a result women will
' take greate-rcare In the selection of
boots and stockings," said -he. "This
new style of dress will be just the
opposite of the hobble skirt .It "will
permit of free action (or the limbs and
will be far more graceful In the way
It falls from hips.
"Curved lines will again come Into
fashion. Straight lines will be discard
ed, and no matter how much like a
I string bean a woman may appear, her
costumer will make "her look round and
"Velvet or cloth dresses trimmed
with fur," he said, "will be smart for
morning wear, shopping and motoring.
Reversible materials and plaids wJLll
also be used.
"For afternoon wear fashion will run
to velvet and satin trimmed with gold
and silver, armide and 'shadow laces,
and In the evening brocaded velvet on
satine or moussaline."
i Mr. Kurtzman said long pointed
trains would come in and fur and large
I velvet hats trimmed with paradise or
Not another suburb in or around El Paso can offer
half the advantages of Gran view addition either as
a home site or as an investment. No addition is be
ing populated so fast. IJvery week new homes are
being added there and every new home makes
Grandview property more valuable.
Grandview has all modern city improvements
excellent street car service, pure mesa water and
is high, healthful and just far enough away from
the .city's smoke and noise.
Grandview 's situation is such1 that it is a logical'
residential tract, its environ that of a home suburb.
Lots for $10.00 Down
and $5.00 a Month
and long before your payments have been com
pleted you can sell for a handsome profit if you
care to. Call at our office or phone us and our
autos will take you to it. -
408 American Bank Bldg.
Accomplished Musician to Live Here
BS&KtiBBBnm KPBffl8nEwmiff!rt ffff?fTSTStHlMlB
A talented violinist, Miss Virginia
Lawrence Bean, has recently come here
with her parents from Santa Fe to
make her permanent home. Miss Bean
will play Sunday morning at the Pres
byterian church and Sunday evening at
the union service in Cleveland Square.
Of Miss Bean and her parents, V. I
Bean and wife (also a line musician),
the Santa Fe New Mexican says:
"Santa Fe regrets to lose these
charming people, who since comisg
here from Duluth, Minnesota, several
years ago, have made a host of local
friends. Mrs. Bean and Miss Bean, as
talented musicians, have given joy to
many, and Mr. Bean has taken an aot
ive part In the upbuilding of the new
Miss Bean ias been playing the vio
lin from ea,rly childhood, having been
taught by her mother and also having
had advantage of lnstructionx by con
servatory masters. She has a delight
fully simple, unaffected manner, and
her repertory Is large. Mr. Bean will
go Into business here.
ortribh plumes wouM be generally
worn. Large band bags will continue
As for the hair, the milliner said that
bands, crowns and caps of gold, silver,
cloths and laces would be worn, and
that these would be ornamented with
tube or pearl beads or brilliants.
SchooL Taobks, new and secondhand.
I at Morgan's Book Store, 204 Mills fit
Any electric heattagr .device you-.purchase
from us is fully guaranteed free
from all 'defects for two years. That's
the kind Of goods we sell. Texas Elec
trical Sapply Co., "House of Quality,"
119 Xortk Stanton.
All sohool -supplies, at Morgan's Book
Store, 204 Mills street.
FasteHrlzed milk. El Paso Dairy.
,Mr. Property Owner:
We want to show you why
we should handle your rental
1 In the first place our
Rental Department is a separ
ate and distinct department of
our business and we have two
competent men who do noth
ing else, but devote their whole
time to the rental accounts.
2 We show every inquirer
all honses on our list, in auto
3 We have more inquiries
for rent houses than any three
firms in 511 Paso.
4 Our Carpenters, Masons
Plasterers, Plumbers, etc., are
hired by the month or week
and we can do your repairs at
smaller cost than any other
firm in the city, and at the
same time satisfy the tenant;
We charge no commission on
We would be glad if you
would come in the office and
talk it over with us, if incon
venient, though, 'phone and
we will come to you.
Yours for prompt and effi
cient service, .
Austin & Marr
C a pies Building
The beautiful fixtures in
our Oregon street store.
We close it on October 1st.
Suitable for Drug or Confectionery
Business. Call or write the new
Mesa and Texas,
EL PASO, TEXAS.
One Safe Course
That is a course in Gregg Shorthand
at he International Business College.
Gregg ratera win the speed contest at
Washington, D. C, and break the world's
record for accuracy in transcript. Gregg
Shorthand is taught in more schools and
colleges than any otheiC three systems
pnmhiTtpfL 7. oanres tbxeo months' time.
three months' salary and three hundred (
worries and disappointments.
When you buy ?n eivitinn " "'m
to get a good title. If you think you
haven't the time tx investigate -ui. hi-me
cue who knows. Ask the educators in
El Paso, the representative business
men any one qualified to pass on the
character and quality of a bueines? edu
cation. Above all consult your own interest.
Don't drop your money and then get
Try our work and be convinced before
you pay That's the kind of guarantee
Corner San Antonio, Oregon St.
J. P. Mullm, President.
HASKIN ON THE
USE OF SCHOOLS
(Continued from Drevlous tage-
vacation schools by sending: them
trained story tellers who Interest the
chlldreni In good literature and some
times distribute books among- them. In
Cincinnati this year, each of the vaca
tion schools held a mothers' meeting'
on one afternoon each week. These
were attended by the mothers of the
children, who sometime brought their
babies also. They were entertained
-with songs, recitations and, stories and
usually some slirple refreshments were
furnished by the domestic science
( Children ElkeNPlaH.
The one noticeable feature of the va
cation sohool iff that the children love
OH YOU VICTROLA
We have had considerable difficulty throughout the
summer in securing enongh Yictrolas to supply the
ever increasing demand for these
HIGH GRADE INSTRUMENTS
A big shipment of "yTOTOB YIJTROLAB has
just been received and we can now furnish same in
PIAFO MNISH MAHOaAlTY CASES OB IF
MISSION, GOLDEN OR FOMED OAK OASES.
VICTOR VICTROLAS $50 to $200
Terms Yery Liberal. , m
Bhone Us For Our Free Trial Oner.
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
Catalog and Price List on Application.
Money to Loan
Upon First Liens Upon Real Estate
Long Time City Property Preferred
No Loans Less Than $5,000 Will Be Made
Address P. 0. Box 206
Giving Full Description of Property to be Offered.
it. Compulsory education is never re
quired for this, for no child -?vill miss
a session if it can be helped. The,
Country TFeek association frequently
has children refuse to take its prof
fered outings because they do not wish
to miss school. Even though there are
no regular studies, the work done is
always of a class to fit the child phys
ically and mentally to enter upon the
regular work of the ordinary school In
the fall. T
The discipline is largely In the hands
of the children. When they are busy
and happy, they have no desire to mis
behave, but rather cooperate with the
teacher in the maintenance ef order.
A basketry class of small boys com-
posed the following rules of orr ad
wrote them upon the blackboard wker
they were permitted to ramaia all sm,
"You must not sass the tochr.
Tou must mot chew sum.
Tou must not talk Iwad
Tou must not break the rale
Next article Grek letter So!tis.
"We okb. sell y am. electric ira tor
?2.56 and it is not ne-asssstry 4 sub
scribe to any paper for est yer. Jt
pay us $2.50 and th iron is yvrs
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