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"The Store of Service.'
eek-End Specials j
Wonderful Buying Opportunities 5
"The Slore of Service."
At $155 we offer tomorrow fully 20
styles in waists. They embrace mar
quiaette waists, lawn waists, Fl&xon
waists, roile waists, linen waists,
fancy ntadraa waists, embroidered
marquisette waists, Cluny trimmed
waists, cordelair.fi waists and fancy
tissue waists. There are some with
high neck and long sleeves, others
with low neck and short sleeves. Many
are made with peplum. There is
hardly any kind of waist you could
desire that you will not find in this
special Week-End offer. Values to
$1-95"; you have choice at
$2.00 Shirts $1.50
Womb's shirts with soft eoliar
and cuffs and pocket. Made of
cream color brocaded soisette,
white corded madras and,mka
with coteaed hairline stripe. A
splendid assoriaant to select from.
Values to $2.00; Week-Bad Spe
cial at $LS).
Special Shoving of Middy
A special showing will he made to
morrow of middy blouses. All
styles and grades will be shown.
High School girls are. urged to
come tomorrow and select their
Middy Blouses at $1.00
Hade of twilled galatea, in all
white and white with colored
Middy Blouses at $1.25
Made of twilled galatea, in all
white and with colored combina
Middy Blouses at $1.50
Made of twilled soisette and gala
tea, in all white and with colored
trimming. Also, khaki middy
Mfddy Blouses at $1.75 -Made
of Hydegrade galatea and
Middy Blouses at $1.95
Middy blouses made of cordekine,
' in all white and with colored trim
ming; splendid Tahtes priced at
Seasonable Specials In Knit
Summkv Vols 10c
Good -quality Derby ribbed cotton
vests, taped neck and shoulder
straps. 10c oaeh.
15c Summer Vests, 2 For 25c
Richelieu ribbed imported cotton
vests, nice soft quality, taped neck
and shoulder straps, sell regularly
for 15c each; Week-Bad Special 2
20c Summer Vvsts 16c
Sea Island cotton fancy ribbed
vests, well taped, sedraad shoulder
straps, regular 20c garments;
Week -End Special for lc
Summer Vests 25c
At 25c we offer splendid values in
women's summer vests. Several
styles are shown in lisle and cot
ton. All well taped at neck and
Summer Vests, 3 For $1.00
At 35c each, 3 for $1.00, we offer
Richelieu and Kajer's gauze cot
ton and game lisle vests.
Week'End Specials In
AMERICAN BEAUTY HAND BAGS
Hand bags of white lace with draw
string top, each bag trimmed with an
American Beauty rose made of satin.
Week-End Special offered at 45c
$L50 FAKCY WHITE BAGS 95c
Two-toned terrydoth and eordebuae
bags embroidered in a variety of de
signs, values to $1.50; Week-End
.special at 95c.
$2.00 CROCHET BAGS Si JO
Hand crochet bags, in white only,
regular $2.00 values; Week-End Spe
cial for $L50.
$1.75 Silk Vests $1.50
Italian silk vests in white, pink
and light bine. These are .fine
quality vests, well finished and
taped and easily worth $1.75 each;
Week-End Special for $1.50.
Union Suits 50c
At 50e each we offer spring
weight Jersey ribbed cotton union
suits in several styles. We have
suits with high neck, long sleeves
and ankle length, also low neck,
sleeveless and knee length. What
ever style union suit you prefer
yon will be sure to find in our 50c
75c Union Suits 54c
Spring weight "Munsing" union
suits made of selected SeaIsland
cotton and Jersey ribbed, low neck,
sleeveless and ankle length, regu
lar 75c garments; Week-End Spe
$1.00 Union Suits 76c
"Munsing" union suits made of
fine Egyptian cotton, low neck,
sleeveless and ankle length, regu
lar $1.00 garments; Week-End
Special at 76c
Beauty Hand Bags
Ratine, ntacrame and cord cro
chet hand bags is white and
ecro, good sire, with drawstring
top. Each bag is trimmed with
a large satin handmade Ameri
can Beauty rose. Values to
$155; Week-End Extra Special,
as long as the quantity oq
lasts, at ., ?C
$2.00 La Vaffieres
Silver chain hi vallieres with
pendant of pearl, filigree and
colored stones. These la val
lieres are pretty and dainty and
you wiu oe sure to want one.
Worth to $2.00; offered tomor
row night (7 to 9) as an Extra
Special at choice
50c Pearl Bead
Single strand noeklaceS of grad
uated pearl beads, with clasp.
Each necklace put up in a nice
box. We could secure only 50
of these necklaces.' They are
extra good values at 50c; of
fered tomorrow, as long as
Blazer Coats Just In
We have just received by express the "Blazer"
coats, one of the seasons novelties. They come
in plain colors and stripes. Special mention is
made of the Norfolk Blazer coat. Prices range
$4.95, $6.75 and up.-
For misses and juniors we are showing the new
"Blazer" sirts. See them tomorrow.
'Misses' and Junior Saits at $10.00
(Values to $15.75)
We continue tomorrow the $10.00 suit special in misses' and junior
suits. These are new spring suits in serges, worsteds and cheviots.
There are a number of different styles to select from. The colors
are grays, tans and blues and white with black hairline stripes.
Mothers should not fail to take advantage of this special offer in
-misses' and junior stylish suits. Values to $15.75; on sale at $10.
The Arcade is an ever changing panorama of
WASH SKIRTS AT 1.25 AND $1.45
At these prices we offer unusually
attractive values in skirts made of the
new wide wale piques and cordelines.
These skirts show the high waist
effect. Plain styles are shown, also
panel effects and the side cutaway or
envelope style. Large pearl buttons
are used as trimming. You need
wash skirts. Look at these tomorrow.
We have an extensive showing of
pique skirts at $1.75; $1.96, $1.25,
$2.50 and up.
While we offer house dresses
at all prices, we consider thoes
at $1.00 especially good values,
in fact the best values obtain
able in El Paso, at the priee.
They are .made of gingham,
'percale, lawn and chambray.
Open in front. Some have
Dutch and others high neck.
.When you come tomorrow be
sure and investigate what we
offer in, a bouse dress at the
$1.00 LAWN KIMONOS 69c
.Full length kimonos made of fancy
flowered lawn and trimmed with plain
color. You need one of these kimonos
for the summer. They are regular
$1.00 values; Week-End Special at
LONG CREPE KIMONOS $1.00
Full length kimonos made of Ser
pentine crepe, in all colors both light
and dark, some have Persian trim
ming. Both Empire and loose styles
are offered. You will find these ki
monos especially good value at $1.00.
DRESSING SACQUES 50c
Dressing saeques of fancy lawn fin
ished with edge of plain color lawn;
extra value at 50c At 50c we also
offer short kimonos made of plain
white and fancy dotted Swiss with
75C FAN CHAINS 45C
Long bead fan chains in all sorts of
styles and colorings, worth to 75c;
Week-End Special at 45c
75C BROOCH PINS 49c
Roman, Fgsch and dull gold brooch
pics set w torsi, pearls and colored
stOes, a great variety to choose
from, values to 75c; Week-End Spe
cial, choice for 49c.
$1.00 GOLD BRACELETS 59c
14 karat gold plated bracelets in
fancy chased designs, some set with
colored stones, regular $1.00 values;
Week-End Special 59c
Again tomorrow night the Tea
Room will serve the regular
Saturday night supper which
has proven so popular.
Specials In Oar
25c Colgate's Dental
25c Sanitol Face
25c Sanitol Face
25e tubes of Daggett &
Cold Cream; Week
End Special 17c
10c bottles of White
House Peroxide (4
oz. size); Week-End
Special, 2 for 15c
Regular $1.75 cushion
hair brushes for. .$1.35
Toilet and Bath
Soaps 10c a Bar,
or 3 for 25c
A feature in the Toilet
Goods Section tomorrow
is the special showing of
toilet and bath soaps at
10c a bar or 3 bars for
25c We want El Paso
people to realize how
completely stocked this
section is. Some of the
soaps shown at this priee
As a Saturday Night
Special we offer a special
priee on rabbit paw nail
polishers. These are the
best nail polishers. Made
of a genuine rabbit a paw
with ivory handle. Of
fered in two sizes,
medium and Urge. Regu
lar price 26c; tomorrow
night (7 to 9) special at
Do not overlook the spe
cial demonstration to
morrow of "Elmo Sis
ters" Beauty Prepara
tions. Miss Ne&ton, an
or, h in charge.
aiwii i.bi na ana
Most Remarkable Millinery
Offer of the Season
Hats In Values to $6.00
On Sale Saturday $1.95
We know in advance that customers will fully appre
ciate the unusual offer we make tomorrow in the
Millinery Department. We also advise customers
that there is considerable choice in these hats and
you should make a selection as early as possible.
The bats offered might be classed as general utility
hats. Most of them are made of fins Java and Mada
gascar braids. They are the popular rolled brim sailor
shape artistically trimmed in ribbon and French
In the special offer are also included a number of
tailored hats. These are made of hair braids and are
mostly Colonial styles.
The center Arcade exhibition ease shows a number of
the hats offered. You will readily recognize that the
values are Sip to $6.00; the Saturday sale price is
Saturday Night Special In the
Tomorrow night, from 7 to 9, we will offer hem
stitched chiffon veils as an Extra Special. These
veils are extra large and come in all the favored
shades of the spring season. They will be on sale
Week-End Special In Muslin
TINDERMUSLINS AT 50c (Worth t 89c)
As a WeekEnd Special we offer tomorrow nndermuslin gar-
-mants" worth to S9c at 50c The special embraces night
gowns and drawers.
The gowns are, made of nainsook muslin and are slipover
styles. Two grades are offered. One is neatly trimmed
aretisd neek and sleeves with Torchon lace and sella regu
larly for 60c The other has yoke of embroidery insertion
and sells regularly at 75c
The drawers are also made of nainsook muslin and two
grades are offered. One is the new dosed style with extra
wide leg giving the effect of a short skirt. Nicely trimmed
with tucks and embroidery and sells regularly for 80c
The other grade comes in both open aad dosed styles, nicely
trimmed with nainsook embroidery edging, and sells rej-a-larly
You have choice tomorrow of any gown
or any pair of drawers at 50c
Saturday Night Special--Silk
Tomorrow night (7 to 9) we offer all-silk petticoats
at the nominal price of $1.49. These are messaline
petticoats made with deep fancy flounce. They come
in changeable effects and plain colors, including
white Offered tomorrow night only and only one
petticoat to a customer
Corsets at $1.00
At the low price of $1.00 we offer twelve new models in
Royal Worcester and Warner's corsets. These are made of
eoutil and batiste. They are the new medium and low bust
styles with long hips. In a corset at $l.w you cannot do
better than select one of these models.
We are also showing splendid new models in corsets at
51.50, $2.00, S2.50, $3.00 and $3.50.
25c HANDKERCHIEFS 16c
Sheer crossbar linen handkerchiefs,
strictly all-linen and neatly hem
stitched: Week-End -i r
m i& k
25c LINEN COLLARS 15c
Tailored embroidered linen collars,
the kind we sell regularly at 26c
each; Week-End r
40c BARRETTES 25c Plain and
carved barrettes in shell and am
ber color, 40c values;
Week-End Special at.
25c HAIRPIN CABINETS 15c
Hairpin cabinets containing over
www Mourwn wire jmij -
DRESS SHIELDS 8c PAIR Full
size, good quality stoeklnet dress
shields, bur a season's supply;
MILIW CONTENDS WITH CIVI1
AUTHORITIES FOR IB SOLSIERS
Attorneys For Defence Ob
ject to Dismissal of Cases
A novel point of law- will decide
whether Fred Freepartner and Willis
V. Mpson will be turned over to the
miliary authorities or bound over to
tlif federal grand iury charged witn
foji- other -with conspiracy to ship
firms into Mexico Both are privates
in tompanj A. of the ISth infantry,
and the courtmartiai now sitting at
lort Bliss wants the men.
B . v hf-n I'nited States district at
' T Mfisrauid Kngelkine moved to
- "b tni cis aciinst ihf t so!
i .- r-r templet. on of the prelim
inary hearing in the United State
commissioner a court Friday afternoon.
mto.Pn Protest aroae from J T.
Hill. Tom Lea and W. D. Howe attor
neys for the defence. They declared
that the commissioner had? no right
to dismiss any case In which he con
sidered the defendants guilty, that If
the soldiers were dismissed ail of the
I uwcuua -nouia oe dismissed, that
the military authorities desired to
give the soldiers more punishment
i than would be given by the civil court
' and that the .civil court at any rate
' had rights oer the military court
Army Officers Walt for Prisoner-,
; To this attorney Engelking argued
that the offence charged against the
soiaiers was not only a civil one, but
that they were charged with beinp
traitors to th-lr superiors, brekmir
J the regulations ii was their sworn
duty to enforce. The army officers
were waiting to take the soldiers to
the fort and the United States mar
shal was ready to take them back to
the civil Jail.
Then attorney Howe declared that
he could show law In proof of his con
tention that the commissioner had no
right to dismiss the soldiers' cases any
more than a man charged with theft
in one state could be released to face
a charge of murder In another.
The commissioner adjourned the case
until afternoon In order that the at
torneys for the defence could show
cause for refustng the request of the
Documents and much testimony was
advanced in prosecution of the two
soldiers and Enrique Eeparza, a grocer
at 500 South Stanton ftreet. Augustin
Oallo, former chief of police of Clu
dad Juarez, and a lieutenant in Oroz
co's rebel armv, and two Americans,
Joe De I,auter and I. E Malladj Maps
alleged to show the plan to smuggle
the ammunition to Juarez r. shown,
together with notes among the plot
ters. Secret Service Men Testify.
Principal witness s w re I J. Hall
ai .J Hik w ho said th." . i e
i ii plmed b t! . 11. XI. -in )Ze-Tl I It
as s. cret si'!' in n .a tliO I i fj
States. Hall said that Hicks had
acted In the capacity of a "stool" and
worked In with the alleged conspira
tors to the last moment when the ar
rests were made.
Hicks's testimony developed inter
esting side lights on the method which
it is alleged Madero's government is
employing here. Hicks said he wprked
under the El Paso office of the t. S.
department of state and Justice al
though he was paid 0 a month by
the Mexican government. He admitted
to the attorneys In his testimony that
he had been Indicted on a charge of
murder In Texas and had been In the
El Paso jail on a charge of Jorfy.
His story of the alleged smuggling
plot required much time and cross ex
amination, and lacked dates and loca
tions, the commlssieper complained.
He told of the arrest of Mason and
sal.1 th.it a pass from GY 2,
In the oldier-s hat band, and of mys
terious vorkings about a V'rgJiiU;
street grocery store. He admitted
that he hart seen no arms, and that
the smuggling plan, if any. was In
terrupted by the arrests.
Had lulled Juarez.
It -wai in b arious testimony
tl-pt Mas-i'i ni.j Frei partner had vls-
ti .i Tunri? n iiilian'B clothes, and
b.i nni with ntbTs named in the
complaint. Sheriff Edwards testified
that he had arrested all but Eaparsa
and Oallo, who were apprehended later
in an alley off Second street, between
Kansas and Stanton streets, and had
taken pistols from the defendants.
Lieut. H. s. Oreer. of the army, said
he xhad seen Freepartner visit Juarez
in company with Baparaa. Capt. Q. X.
Bomford had no material testimony.
FINDS MICH HAItt IX
AVATKK FROM CITV PIPKS
P. J. Phelan. 31 East Missouri
street, telephoned to The Herald that
the water from the city water pipes
in his house had been filled with fine
hair all da Friday. He sajs It was
particularly noticeable Friday after
noon and he believes that a dog or cat
must hae lodged in some of the cltv
Pork Shoulder y
Roast, lb IOC
Fancy Mutton J ?
Legs, lb I--
4 lbs. for
Sugar Cured Hams,
(Whole) lb '
Narrow Strip Bacon,
Nations Pure Rendered f g
Lard, 3, 5, 101b. cans, lb. ..IOC
IT 1 L
, I Nowhere
16c - lite
BARGAINS FOR CASH
(8 Pounds Best Granulated Sugar $1.00
50 lbs. best grade Empress flour $1.75 S cans Petit Poia Peas 25c
50 lb. Diamond M flour $1.60 J f8 Marquise corn ... ... 25e
1 lh full erun nh, 25c 1 PraBted "n " ! 3QC
1 lb. full cream cheese v 25c 3 caM aeeorted California fruits 45c
Armour s Shield brand hams 18c 3 pkgs. Blue Ribboi mnce meat 25c
& Bacon, lb. 18c 2 pkgs. seeded raisins or entrants 25c
Swift's Premium Brand Ham 3c 3 largs cans eoadaased miBc, ail
Bacon 28c brands 25c
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
LION GROCERY CO. ST .
Prime Rib IP
Stew . . .
CC )" 'ST " SW S
Poultry Alive and Dressed to Order
213 N. Stanton St. Bell Phone 136; Auto Phone 2345
DUGLAS MAY GET
Public Buildings Committee
ation Asked For.
Washington. D. C. April 19. The
senate committee on public buildings
has recommended for passage a bill
providing for the construction of a
public building: at Douglas. Aria.
The senate committee on Indian af
fairs has approved an amendment for
the bill providing- for an appropriation
of $2000 for locating the site for a
bridge at the San Carlos reservation
and $1000 for a site at Yuma, Aria.
Senator Mark Smith has appointed
Collin Ray Jones, of Lehl. Aria., and
Turner Church Smith, of Globe. Aria,
as cadets at the naval academy at An
napolis. Heme Reapeetn Tltaale's Dead.
The house met at noon knd Immedi
ately adjourned out of respect to the
memory of the Tltanlc's dead.
At the meeting of the interstate com
merce committee it was voted to
recommend the Goeks bill to establish
parcels post and postal express.
The senate met at 2 p. m., and during
the brief session agreed to vote on the
Dillingham immigration bill before ad
journment. Sesate Pwhm Patent Bill.
The senate has passed a bill au
thorizing the issuance of patents on
homesteads covered by Irrigation pro-
lAt ITHJ. !.. . .. K& Kill
the government is to be protected by
a lien for the unpaid portion of the
j purcoase price. TM measure nun
sues 10 tne nouse.
OF EASTERN PART
Southwestern Officials Look
for Best Kept Sec
tions of Road.
Officials of the B Paso & South-
. western sstem having completed the
j annual inspection of the western di-
.ilnn .-. w A MrartA from T!l
'o"n . nit rwu. ..
Paso Thursday on the Inspection of
eastern divisions. Members of the
part n.ll .lisband en route without
returnirsr tn the general headquarters
here. Various prizes for the best kept
sections of n.ad will be awarded later.
Those comprising the party were H.
J Simmons. K.-neral manager, G. F.
Hawks, general superintendent. L U.
jtorns, l'ucumcari division, superin,
tndent: H s. Falrbank, roadmaster at
Carrizozo F B. King, superintendent
at Douglas n. Emerson, resident n
riiifer at ln.imlas. F T" B,'llv',!i r,s
lent engin. . - at Tucumc.i!. i
Fr inoe, ri.admistfr at lame,r 1
It 11. UU'.re, a'lmaster at Ouran. N
Two stoiy, 8 room
modern brick house
Corner Prospect ave
nue. Lot 55x90.
Price and terms right.
Alley In Rear.
Horace B. Stevens
Real Estate and Insurance
M-: L. V. McKenzie, roadmaster at Tu
cumeari. and E. Gordon, master me
chanic at Tucumcarl.
POUR BIG LEAGUE
Three American league ball games
and one National league game were
postponed Friday on account of rain
and wet grounds.
The games postponed were:
National league Cincinnati at Chi
cago. American league New Turk at Bos
ton: Cleveland at Detroit; St Louis
' THE ADVANCE "1
H In the price of Lots in fl
I Tobins 4th Addition I
Tobins 4th Addition
wilt take place
April 29th 1912
Phono SM today and we win
show you this beautiful prop-erty
TOBIN REAL KSTA.TE
TRT ST CO.