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T our old location our Saturday Values were always looked forward to with great interest. In our
new location we propose to make them even more attractive. We can easily do this because in the
store everything has been arranged to facilitate shopping. By this we mean that customers can shop
mrifr nmVVlv and aalesnennle can serve a great manv more Deoole
House Dresses jug the COurse oifethe day than they could formerly. The following
' c items should indues vou to visit "The White House" tomorrow.
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Tomorrow we offer house
4rMees for only 7Sc. These
dresses are made of striped
Hoe percale. Two styles are
offered, one with high neck and
long sleeves, the ether with
Dutch aeek and three-quarter
sleeves. Both styles open in
front. Tomorrow only, at The
White House," you can buy a
neat, serviceable house drees
An extraordinary Saturday
value. Our regular $1.06 grade
of silk hose for 79e a pair. This
is a pure' stMS hose with lisle
heels, toes, soles and deep gar
ter tops. Colors are cham
pagne, gray, lavender, maize,
sky, pink, old rose, red and
navy. Splendid value at $1.00
per pair; offered Saturday
Saturday Sale of Waists
At the very nominal price of 48c. you have choice tomorrow from fully 1800
new waists. These waists are a special low price purchase made by our New
York office. There are more the 20 different styles to select from. Below
we note brief, descriptions of some of the styles.
While lawn waists, daintily Jfcce
trimmed, lowtsesk with sattare ssftr
coBnr) three-quarter sleeves. .
WhHe laws waists, laee and embpd
ery "'trimmed, made with squire
Duinh collar, titoeooHartor sleeve
WWN mwR waists Jaee and ei
erirtwnmed. hiai-jMsk. tone sl
White madras woisto made
Dutch cellar f eetored -
White madras and linene waists,
made plain shirt style with pocket,
soft eollar and cuffs.
Waists of light weight cotton Bed
ford cord with sailor collar and tie
of navy blue lawn. ,
Tissue, chambray and madras shirts,
in light and dark colors, with soft
eollar and cuffs.
Colored waists, high and low neck
styles, made of checked madras, tis
sue and lawn.
bought these waists in regular way, they would be priced up to
On sale tomorrow at 4
Choice for 48c
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"White House Values" in
I Skirts at $3.95
The skirts shown here at $3.95 would be priced anywhere
else in El Paso no less than $6.00. This is a decided state
ment to make, but you will find upon investigation that it
is a fact.
Our showing of skirts at $3.95 embraces all the styles of
the season, such as panel, overlapping panel, tunic, side
tunic, etc Only all-wool fabrics are used. Plain colors are
shown black, blues, tans, browns, grays, etc There is
also a wide range of choice in faricy mixtures. Special
mention is made of white serge skirts, also the white
skirts with black hairline stripes.
See the window display of $3.96 skirts, or better still come,
in and see the skirts themselves, and you will appre
ciate what unusual values they are.
Lingerie Dresses $2.95 and $3.95
Your attention is called to two remarkable "White. House
values" in lingerie dresses. Be sure and look at these
dresses when you come tomorrow.
AT $2-95 we offer white lingerie dresses made with Dutch
neck and nieely trimmed with embroidered panels and lace.
All sixes, from 16 to 44.
AT $3.95 we offer lingerie dresses made of embroidery
flouncing and trimmed with rows of lace insertion, edging
and medallions. The skirt is of wide embroidery flouncing.
All sizes, from 16 to 44.
MTJSLEK DRAWERS 4Sc
Circular umbrella drawers made of nainsook muslin and
trimmed with Swiss or nainsook embroidery. Garments
like these are usually sold for at least 76c per pair; a
"White House value" at 49c
HAKD EMB. CHEMISE $1.25
Chemise made of good quality longeloth and daintily fin
ished with the Madeira hand embroidery are "White House
values" at $1.25.
LONG CREPE KIMONOS $1.00
Full length eotton crepe kimonos, in pink, light Mae, laven
der, helio and black. Made fat loose styles with shirred
shoulders and trimmed with Persian border. "White House
values" at $1.00.
We have a complete stock of both crepe and ehalBe kimo
nos, prices ranging $L35, $L60, $L7fi, ?L95 up U $4.50.
On long silk kimonos prices range $3-96, $4.96 and up.
Silk Petticoats for $1.
Tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock we will place on sale a
number of silk petticoats and offer them as long as "they
last for $1.00. These petticoats are made of "messa.Hae
taffeta," which is a soft taffeta silk. They come in brown
and gray only. Be on hand tomorrow evening and secure a
sitk petticoat for the nominal price of $1.0fr -i
(We must limit one petticoat to & euetteer) - .
White Linene Parasols at 65c
Saturday morning at this nominal price we
place on sale just 50 parasols. These para
sols are made of a substantial quality of white
linene with hemstitched border. They have,
neat Mission handles in natural color. Offered
tomorrow, as long as they last, at 65c
2&c tubes of Colgate's Dental 50e jars of MaMaa . Face
Cream; Saturday ig. Cream; Saturday OZ?
ior IDC for ODC
Saniiol Pace Powder, flesh or Swan Down Faee Powder, flesh
white, regular price 1 J or white, Saturday, 1 vf
86c; Saturday for.... IOC per box lfiC
50c bottles of 4711 Toilet Wa- 16e flexible steel nail files;
ter, all odors; Satur- Q Q Saturday r
day for JOC for 1UC
Pure Linen Suits at $4.95
A "White House value" that should not be overlooked is
pure linen suits at $4.96. These shite are made of natural
color, pre-shrunk linen. They are plain tailored, the coat
a two-button style with patch pockets, the skirt in panel
effect. All sizes are offered" from 14 to 46: One of these
suits will give) you 6ie, of wear and service all this spring
$2.50 Tailored Waists
These, are the famous "Geisha" brand of tailored waists.
Made of linene. All sorts of styles to choose from. There
are a number of low neck styles in the assortment. Regu
lar $3.50 waists; Saturday at $1.50.
$3i00 Lingerie Waists
At this reduction we offer tomorrow two splendid styles
in sheer lingerie waists. The urst style is marquisette
with embroidered front and also trimmed with Clnny lace.
Made with high neck and three-quarter sleeves. The other
style is of allover embroidery trimmed with imitation Irish
crochet. Regular $3.00 waists; Saturday at $1.96.
CUFF PIN SETS 25c
Cuff pins, for soft cuffs, plain and fancy styles in 12 kt.
rolled gold plate. Per set 26c
BAR PINS 50c
Gold bar pins, a great variety to choose from, plain and
fancy. Price 60c
COIN MESH BAGS 36c
Small coin bags of German silver mesh, unlined, can be
attached to chain. Only 36c
Our Easter Sale
which begins Monday will be
the most extraordinary sale event
that has ever occurred in
El Paso. Full details tomorrow
TAILORED STOCKS -
Special display will be made tomorrow of new arrivals in
tailored stocks. These are made of linene, madras and repp,
in a variety of styles. Priced at 3oc and 50c
"GABY" BOWS 50c
We will also show tomorrow' the newest "Gaby" bows. They
are made of lawn or lace. Priced at 50c
' DUTCH COLLARS 25c
Both large and small styles in round Dutch collars made
of allover embroidered lawn; "White House values" -at 25c
, 10c HANDKERCHIEFS 95c iOZEN
Superior quality, initial handkerchiefs, sold regularly for
10c each; Saturday at 95c a dozen.
15c HANDKERCHIEFS 10c
Sheer crossbar lawn handkerchiefs with embroidered bor
ders, our regular 15c handkerchiefs; Saturday for 10c
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 15c EACH
Strictly all-linen handkerchiefs, fine sneer quality, with
narrow hemstitched edge: splendid 15c values.
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS $1.45 BOA
Men's all linen initial handkerchiefs, 6 to a box; a "White
House value" at $1.45 per box.
75c CHAMOISETTE GLOVES 0c
Medium weight, good quality chamoisette gloves, in white
and natural, our regular 75c grade; Saturday for, per pair
A NEW KID GLOVE CLEANER
In our Glove Section we are demonstrating a new Cleaning
Enamel for soiled kid gloves. Price 26e a can.
The Tea Room
We call special attention to the fact that the
Tea Boom not only serves ranches and hot and
cold drinks, but curiae a complete fine of high
grade candies, AMegrettFs, etc
If ' . f ' Hit iM'.yil
The Store of Service
Your millinery needs can be supplied here to
morrow, whether you want something elabo
rate in the way of an Easter hat or sbntething
simple for general wear.
1 We Save You Money
Deliveries Always on Time
Calumet Baking Powder 10c, 25c and $1.00
MTcMath's Ghaffless Coffee (fresh every day) lb. 35c
American Beautfy Flour (try one sack), 24 lb. -
Flake White Soap (specially made for this wa
ter), 7 bars 25c
Babbitt's Cleanser (better than Dutch cleanser) . .5c
Plain Smoked Hams, lb. 16c; Bacon, lb 20c
National Oats (pure white rolled oats), 3 for. . .25c
Corn Flakes, Poet Toasties, 3 for 25c
Belle Springs Butter (pure creamery butter), lb. 35c
Sugar (the best granulated), 16 lbs. for $1.00
F ATT! ri7 A DH Phane 663 or 634 At 1653
&KJKJ SUE V.tt.IJL
Or for Highland Park,
Phone 1666 and 1662.
Here is What We Can Do in Grocery Bargains
16 Pounds Best Granulated Sugar . . $1.0 Cash
50 lbs. Empress Flour, the best. .$1-75
50 lbs. Diamond M Flour $1.60
10 lbs. Silver Leaf Lard $1.35.
Strictly Fresh Yard Eggs 30c
Best Creamery Butter 35c
Best Full Cream Cheese, per lb. . .30e
Best American Swiss Cheese 30c
4 wa. Pink Beans 25c
SIS lbs. Navy Beans 25c
3 cans Standard marquese Com. .25c
5 cans Standard Lady Arundel
5 gals. Best Oil SOe
LION GROCERY COMPANY
109 S. STAKTOK
We Want You to
that our meats are of the highest
quality. Why pay the same prices
for inferior meats? ,
CdLBdLPkai&J38- v -Auio
209 East Overload Sfocl .
Reach Base Ball
Postage 8c Extra
For Sale By
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MANY UTS III
IAS CHUCES FIELD
Republicans Have Not Yet
Entered the Fight Many
People Come and Go.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 29. From
present Indications there may be seven
or eight tickets of seven or eigrht dis
tinct varieties in the field before the
day of election arrives on April 8.
This afternoon another ticket to be
ing formed, at a special metiner ter
that purpose, so it is reported, known
as the Peoples ticket.
Last night at the court house a large
attendance was had and the Prohibition
tirkpt launched in the field, consisting
" the following to comprise trie beard
o.' fust' es. out of which is selected the
chairman by the trustees themselves,
who acts as maor T. Rouault, sr., Jose
Gonrales. W B. Murphy. Vincent May
and Litton Talor. Wm. Adair was put
on the ticket for treasurer.
The Democratic ticket was put in the
field some time ago with Mr. Paxton.
m. Jacoby, Wm. Bradford, Nevarrer
and Chavez, with R. L. Faulkner as
'e Repabllean Ticket.
The Republicans have not nominated
their ticket as yet, and the feeling- is
gaining ground that there will be no
Republican ticket, but it may be that
there will be a banding together of the
leading ouslnesa men of the town who
will put ud a Business Men's ticket
Wife aad Husband III.
The parents of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Browne have arrived from the east to
:eit with their son and family. Mr.
Brow ne. w ho is manager of the West
ern Union Telegraph company here, has
been ill for some time, and his wife has
been an invalid for years, and the par
ents are here to remain until Mr.
Browne is able to attend to business
Mrs. Floyd Oldham continues to im
prove, and la now entirely out of dan
ger, and will be able to be up in a few
'Mr. Newton u havine constructed a
small brick garage at the back of his
nome on ias cruces avenue ior tne
housing of his new- automobile, which
is a recent purcnase.
Land O frier Business.
The following business was done yes
terday at the C. S. land office for this
district: Homestead entries: Kdw. C.
DeMoss, Lordsburg. N. M., east half of
northeast quarter, northeast quarter of
southeast quarter section 28; northwest
ouarter of southwest quarter section 27,
township 22 south, range 18 west Por
firio Delgado. Salinas, N. M., northeast
quarter section 35. township 11 south,
range 9 east Wm. M. Farrell. Magda
lena, N. M., northeast quarter of
northeast quarter section 9, north half
of northwest quarter, northwest quar
ter of northeast quarter section 19.
township 35 south, range A west
R. H. Aldoue. postofflce inspector
from Denver, Colo., spent the dav in
Las Cruces, relative to postofflce
Going; to Ensland.
Mrs. Frank French, who is leaving on
the 2d of April for her home in Eng
land, is being entertained with parties
and dinners in her honor by her many
friends in Las Cruces.
Wednesday afternoon the home of Mrs.
W. C. Fields was the scene of a de
lightful party in honor of Mrs. French,
a which bridge was played for prizes,
and a daintv luncheon served at the
close of the games.
l'esterday afternoon Mrs J. F. Sattley
I 'n i m
entertained the Thursda Bridge club,
and complimentary to Mrs. French had
a few extra tables at bridge, at her
home on Las Cruces avenue.
Out of Town Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Garver, who haTe
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fay Sperry.
left yesterday for El Paso en route to
their home in Des Moines. Iowa.
C. R. Graves, of Los Angeles. Cal..
is a new arrival in the valley where he
comes on a brief business trip.
W. w. Cox arrived on this morning's
train from Santa Fe, where has has
been for several days.
J. S. Castlebary, of Spokane, Wash.,
is a Pacific coast visitor for a few
days, looking into business conditions
in the valley.
W. Irwin Moore, whose home is Mo
gollon. X. M.. is over here for a few
days on business.
G. L. Kahle, of El Paso, is spending
the day in the county seat attending to
some matters of business.
R. M. Howard, of Deming. N. M., is
a Luna county visitor her for the day.
Walter A. Piers, of Denver, arrived on
the south bound train this morning for
a few days here on a business trip.
John J. McCourt. of El Paso, Is spend
ing the day here.
Mrs. J. S Maurer and son, John, ac
companied by Miss Susie Maurer. left on
the northbound train this morning for
enicago, wnere weir home is, after
spending the winter months in Las Cru--es's
Forces A Quick Sale
Clrcumtances sometimes cause peop
ple to have to sell at prices way under
market value. A. P. Coles & Bros., 204
North Oregon street, have listed with
them for quick sale a nice S-room resi
dence, with every modern convenience,
situated on East Rio Grande street
This property can be bought at a great
sacrifice, but you'll have to harry.
SAN JOSK SCHOOL HAS "
CLOSBD FORTHB SBASOX
Solomonville, Ariz.. March 29. Her
school at San Jose having closed, Mrs.
C. P Dawson, who has tough t the
school for two years, has left for the
home of her sister, Mrs. Parker at
Hachlta, N. M.
Mrs. Howard M. Parks has returned
to her home at Coronado, after a week's
visit in the valley.
The Aid society will meet at the
home of Mrs. W. A. Wilson.
Mrs Allle Richards, of Safford, and
406 San Francises St Phone 588.
her sister. Mra W. H. Parks, of Globe,
Arlz were visitors at tile home of
Mra John Parka
John D. Williams, former county
treasurer of Graham county, after a
week's stay in the valley, visiting
friends, has left for Morencl, where he
will take a position in a new bank
shortly to be opened at that place.
Mra I. E. Solomon and her guest.
(Mrs. Jennie Solomon, of San Francisco,
have returned from a visit to Globe
Mrs. Emma F. Todd, of Safford. who
assisted In transcribing the records for
Greenlee county, passed through en
route for Phoenix, where she has a
position as stenographer with the cor
Oaly One "BROMO QUIXRW
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININK.
Look for the signature of K. W GROVK
TTsed the World over '. Cure 2 Cold In
One Day. 6c.
Rvmose ses. ,
Ruidoso. N M March .- S.
Johnson has left for Glencoe on bost
ness. . ,
Harry Allen, of Nogal, N at. Is hare
on business. ,
Matt GHraore has left for his raac
in the San Andreas mountaina
J R. Coleman, of Capltan. 1
on business, and while here U tne
guest of F A. WD- whrola.
G. T. Chase, of Southern Cam";
is here in the interest of the eesneany
he represent . .
R. Bracken has purchased trsamg
C Austin, of Angus N M. four WF"1
Island Red chickens for $10.
Autos Valley Implement, CoBany.
Pasteurised milk. El Paso -airy.
K-r-i-t Best moderate priced car.
Fresh buttermilk. El Paso Dairy.