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These are fuH length
eeote, made of Hack ker
sey doth. Some have
large shawl collar of vel
vet, others tailored collar
with satin revets, sad
tfccre.arc still others with
plain eeai cottar. Oeae
is all sises and are ex
ceptional value for
Week-End Specials in
Ready -to- Wear
Misses' Coats at $7.95
We eall special attention to stylish coats
for misses attractively priced at ?7.a5.
They are made of novelty diagonal coatings,
with large shawl collar, patch pockets and
semi-belted baek; piped with velvet to
match and finished with fancy buttons.
The colors are brown, navy and Copenhagen.
Sises 14, 16 and 18. We do not believe
you can duplicate these coats in 1 Paso
except .at a considerably higher price.
$7.50 Corduroy Dresses
Stylish dresses made of wide wale corduroy.
Come in brown, navy and Mack Nock and
sleeves are finished with lace. These are
dresses that we consider exceptional value
at $7.95; we make them a Week-End Spe
cial at $6.60.
Skirts Special $2.95
Stylish skirts, made of whipcord, in Mack
and "white and tan and white effects.
Trimmed with large buttons. Extra Special,
tomorrow only, at $2.95.
Skirts for $4.95 .
We consider these skirts incomparable val
ues at $435. They are made of the most
fashionable Fall fabrics, whipcord, fancy
serges, herringbone and novelty skirtings.
Come in black, blue, brown, tan, gray and
novelty mixtures. Many different styles
to select from panel effects, pleats, pleated
panels, etc There is an unusually wide
range of choice in black skirts at this price.
Challie Kimonos $1.25
Long kimonos of eotton challie, very nice
for the early Pall. They are made in Em
pire style with set in sleeves. Come in
Persian and floral designs, in light and dark
colored effects, and are trimmed with satin
to match. Special at $1.25.
Also, kimonos at $135. Made of heavy
flannelette and eotton challie. In floral,
Persian and jacquard designs. Extra value
$2.50 Hand Bags $1 .95
Genuine goat seal hand bags, good
sfee, fitted with mirror, penal, memo
book and coin purse. Lined with
leather or moue and trimmed in gun
metal or German silver. Regular val
ues to $3.60; Week-End rt -a q r
Special . tJJL.yO
12 New Fall Models in
We direct attention to our splendid
lines of dollar corsets. At this price
we offer Warner's Royal Worcester
and C-B a la Sphite corsets in fully
12 new fall models.
Corsets $1.50 to $3.00 .
In corsets priced $1.50 to $SJM we
offer a wide range of choiee'in long,
short and medium length models with
the Jaw, high or medium bust. In
either coutil or batiste. r
Corset Demonstration .
Do not overlook the demonstration
tomorrow, by Miss MeCautey, of the
new Pall models of Redfern corsets. .
Miss Koenig is now with us, demon
strating the superb Bon Ton and
Royal Worcester corsets. .
$1.50 SUk Hose $1.00
Strictly all-silk hose, a well-knowa
brand, mbdhun and heavy weight, in
blade and colors, regular values up
to ?L5 per pair;
Week-End Special .
v i Notions t
25c hairpin eabinetg . ,..15c
10c curling irons 6c
10c papers of pins ., 6c
26c rubber hair curlers, card 17c
Robespierre Side Fr'dls
The new Robespierre side frills of net
and shadow lace, values to $1.75;
Extra Week-End Ap
'RobMpierre side frills of lawn and
Swiss, trimmed with Irish crochet
hue and insertion, values to $3.50;
Week-End Extra &-i rr
50c Laem Collars 35c
Dainty lawn collars, trimmed with
lace and embroidery. Have deep back
(round or square) and long or short
iron ends. Values to 50c;
Extra Special tomorrow
Robespierre Npckear 50c
All the newest ideas in Robespierre
neckwear, in net, lawn and lace, in
ducing the black and white P? f
novelties. Choice at
SUk Hose 50c Pair
Pine "quality silk hose, with lisle sole,
heel and toe and deep garter top.
Comes m pink, light blue, tan, white
and Mack. Special value at, PA
per pair OUC
Chic Novelties at 75c
At this price we will show tomorrow
an extensive assortment of the latest
neckwear noveKied, including the
Robespierre novelties in satin and
shadow lace, also jabots of all kinds
Children's Bells at 16c
Red patent leather belts, 2 1-2 inches wide, Nor
folk shape with metal buckle. A regular -I r
25c belt; Week-End Special IOC
(Limit One Belt)
THERE are 400 waists in this
remarkable offer. They are
made of chiffon, allorer lace,
messaline, taffeta and other
silks. The taffeta, waists are
self trimmed, while the chiffons
and messalines are embroidered
andvlaoe trimmed. Every style
feature of the season is to be
-bund in this collection of
waists. The most fashionable
colors, such as taupe, navy,
gray, black, white, Copenhagen,
brown, etc Now, of course, you
want to know why we are of
fering such a reduction. It is
simply this. The manufacturer
from whom we buy a great
many of our waists made a mis
take on one of our orders and
shipped us just double the
number specified. Rather than
have the surplus returned he
offered us an attractive price
concession and we make the
same concession to our custom
ers. These are waists that
should sell for $4.50; on sale
ME now have a wmder
" fully complete assort
ment of Parisian ivory novel
ties. Come m p'mk and blue
as veil as n'te. To give
you an idea of the attractive
prices quoted, ae mention
Manicure Articles 35c
Nail files and cuticle knives,
good steel with Parisian ivory
handle; only 35c each.
Manicure Articles '50c
Nail files and cuticle knives,
also button hooks, shoe horns,
etc; choice at 50c.
Parisian Ivory Frames 25c
Dainty photo frames in Parisian
ivory, also Parisian ivory pin
cushions; only 25c
Many Novelties at 50c
We show many novelties in
Parisian ivory priced at 50c
Spedal mention is made of pin
cushions, round, square and
oval photo frames, puff jars
and hair receivers.
$1.50 Novelties 95c
Parisian ivory docks in white,
pink and blue, also pin cush
ions, photo frames and other
articles. Values up to $1.50;
Week-End Special 95c
Kid Gloves 89c pair
Our special kid gloves, wrist
length, two clasps, fancy
stitched backs. They come in
white, black, tan. gray, brown.
Priced 89c a pair.
Week-End Specials in the
Madras Waists 50c
Serviceable waists, of madras and percale,
in checks, stripes and plain; AVeek-End
$1.23 Waists 95c
Tailored waists, "Auto" and other brands,
made of white linene, in pleted and em
broidered styles, values to 1.25,; Week
End Spedal 95c.
Waists and Shirts $1.25 1
A splendid assortment, embracing the new
Robespierre lingerie waists and tailored
waists and shirts made of linene, madras
and soisette specially priced at $1.25.
The new Robespierre lingerie waists.
trimmed with shadow and Val lace, with
touches of colored velvet ribbon and new
buttons to match, either long or short
sleeves special at $2.95.
. Silk Waists at $2.95
Our $2.96 silk waists are much admired by
all customers. At this price we offer waists
of messaline and taffeta silk, chiffon and
allover lace. They have long or short
sleeves, some have high neck white others
are Robespierre effects. Specially priced
Middy Blouses 95c
Middy blouses made of fine quality twilled
galatea, in white, red and white, blue and
whit, also braid trimmed. All colors guar
anteed fast. Special 95c
We are El Paso agents for the famous
"Colham" Shirts for Women. These
form a feature of our Fall line.
Evening Scarfs 50c
1 deeen dainty evening scarfs are
embraced in this attractive special.
Made of Florentine and tissue silk, in
the daintiest designs and colorings.
Two yards long and 24 inches ride,
with hemstitched, ends, ipesuu to-
MuinMiTif js Lavw a rhoff MsT
Psttieoats made of good
quality messaline silk.
Have deep fancy flounce.
Come in all the eolors of
the Fall season rose,
Copenhagen, taupe, navy,
gray, brown, lbjfht blue,'
red, pink, royal blue,
emerald and black. Spe
cial value at
$1.00 Umbrellas 88c
Vgbsaeafs 36-inch -umbrellas, covered
with taffeta gloria, have steel rod,
neat Mission handles. These are our
regular $1.00 umbrellas; OQ
Week-End Special OOC
25e Williams' Talcum Powder 15c
26c Sanitol Tooth Powder 16c
3e Mentholatum 17c
50c Lablacbe Face Powder 36c
25e Houbigant's Rice Powder 16c
26c Woodbury's Face Powder 17c
50c site Eau de Quinine 38c
50c size Lambert's Listerine 38c
50c siae Parisian Sage Hair Tonic, 39c
25e Colgate's Shaving Stick 17c
Bulk Perfumes selling regularly for
50c per ounce; Week-End
50c Yantine's Geisha Cream 38c
25c Colgate's Dental Cream 15c
(Limit One tube)
lde site "White House" Peroxide.. 5C
(Limit One bottle)
$1.00 site river's Toilet .Water
(Amrea, Incarnate and Flora-
(Limit One bottle)
Regular $1.00 rubber cushion hair
brushes; Extra Special 69c
Saturday we introduce Non-Spi. It
relieves perspiration. Shields are un
necessary when you use Non-Spi. It
is absolutely harmless. Demonstrated
at the Toilet Goods Section.
JeTel Boxes 75c
Dainty new jewel boxes in several
handsome designs in the new gold,
satin silver and ivory finish. Have
hinged top and are silk lined. Also,
plush covered pin eustuon ana jewel
box combined, in three finishes.
Values usually sold at
$1.50; Week-End Special
Mesh Change Bags 75c
Drawstring mesh bags of untarnish
abte German silver with 6-inch chain
and finger ring, will hold lots of
change, a regular $1.50 yg
value; Week-End Special . O C
$1.50 Jewelry Novelties 50c
Tomorrow we offer jewelry novelties
worth to $1.50 at choice for 50c In
cluded are the new Robespierre bar
pine, hat pins, beauty pins, vanities,
photo frames, la vallieres, belt
buckles, men's scarf pins, frill pins,
brooches, bead Jtecklaeee, belt pins,
earrings, scarf clasps, seed pearl pins
and many other novelties.
Vahws to flJS; Sflr
Children's Mesh Bags
In the Extra Special at 50e we also
include children's drawstring mesh
bags with long chain, regular 95c
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5c Handkerchiefs 36c Dozen
Women's and children's handkerchiefs wade of
linn finished lawn, worth 5c each; OC
Extra Week-End Special at, per dosen 5DC
(Limit One dozen)
Fancy Oven Roast, per pound -. . . 12 l-2c
"Pig" Pork Roast, per pound .,. . .20c
Ex. Choice Lamb Legs, per pound 15c
Home Dressed Hens, per pound 20c
Spring Chickens 40c to 65c Each
FEESH OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY.
FRESH LOBSTERS. FRESH FISH.
HOME DRESSED GEESE.
HOME DRESSED DUCKS.
HOME DRESSED TURKEYS.
Grocery Dept. Specials
' Here Are Some Attractive Coffee Offers:
Nations' Speeial, per pound. . .- . .-.-- -25c
Morning Tonic, per pound . -30c
Peaberry Roast, 3 pounds for $1.00
Wash Rag Castile Soap, save your hands,
6 for - 25c
Bob White Laundry Soap, 7 for .25c
2 Fancy Norway Mackerel for 25c
3 German Breakfast Cheese for. . .-.-. .-.-. .25c
2 Neufchatel Cheese for . .-.-. .- -. 15c
J. H. Nations Meat and Supply Co.
220 MESA AVE.
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We continue tomorrow the best mtNmeru
value of the season. It embraces the most
stylish shapes of the Fail season and at
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price thai u pHenomenamf tow. jibw -$-
possible to do justice to these hats m m ndef&ement. An inspection to
morrov iZ easU$ convince you that this is a TmWnery oger viihoul
Stylish $3. 00 Hats For $1. 00
We place on sale tomorrow morning at $1.00 styfoh Fall bats that are
easily $3.00 values. You may Sad it hard to believe that yoa can get a
stylish hat, right at die beginning of the season, for oar $1.00, but a visit
here tomorrow will easily satisfy you as to die tru& of thk assertion. We
divide these hats into three groups', as follows:
Group No. 1
Group No. 2
Group No. 3
Ta Tll TiSuliaK fWfnn)
These are the popular Group No. 2 conprises drooo hrm Dsrbv. of-
Fisk tailored sailors. They the
drooping flare " " different
granite shadings. This
have French felt brim shapes, also six of the hat is very fashionable
in the East as well as
and silk velvet crown. new picture sapaes. abroad.
Xone of the above hats should sell for less than 13.00 and, indeed, assay of
them could be sold for considerably More. They go on sale tomorrow
Choice For $L 00
A. KRAKAUKR IS THROWX
FROX HORSB AXD INJURED
A. Krakauer was thrown from his
horse while taking his daily ride Fri
day morning and suffered a severe
shock, although no bones were broken.
Mr. Krakauer was returning' from his
morning ride and was going to his
home on North Mesa avenue. When op
posite the Y. M. C A. building his
mount shier at a street car and he "was
thrown to the pavement. He was
taken to the Y. M. C A. reception room
and later to his home.
Boys shirts and sweaters. Sol I.
i"lMM- BrHMhes sad Daaties Hep.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St Adv.
TWO FII.B DKCIAIUVTIOXS
TO BECOME AMBRICAX CIT1ZBXS
Philip 6. Lopez, aged 3 years, a car
penter, born itt Zacetecas. Mexico, has
filed his declaration to become a citi
States in the dis-
Lopes says that he
of the United
trict clerk's office.
emigrated to the united States from
Ben Burman, a clerk, aged 24 years,
was another applicant to become a cit
izen of the United States. Burman
stated that he was born at Dzuren.
Russia, and in filing his declaration of
intention renounced all allegiance to
Nicholas, emperor of Russia. He emi
grated to the United States in 1908.
Perfection Oil Heateii.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
fa W 1 COMPANY
Where do you buy your FLOUR? We sell the best grade of Flour for
the money brouaht to El Paso. "Defiance" Brand, 24 lb., 75c 48 lb., $ 1 .45
Levy's Best, 24 lb., 90c 48 lb., $1.70
Above brands are guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded.
Mail orders given prompt attention. Largest Retail and Wholesale house in
Bell Phones 505. 3098. 204-206 E. CKcrland St.
ANOTHER FLYER FOR
Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 11. The
New Mexico state fair management,
realizing that a mistake had been
made in permitting aviator Lincoln
Beachey to leave the city, disappoint
ing the crowds who went to the fair
grounds Thursday (Albuquerque day)
to see the airship flights, induced the
Curtis Biplane company to send Roy
N. Francis and & new flying machine
and he gave a number of exhibition
flights today. He will fly again to
morrow. The police today closed a number of
! rn film iiilv.l irmiiiiilfi Anmrntnmrn
They were too raw.
PEAR RBVOLT IX rOLAXD.
Paris, France, Oct 11. Reports of a
possible insurrection in Poland have
resnlted in secret instructions beipg
given financiers in Russian Poland to
transfer their documents and valuables
to Moscow, according to a St Peters
burg dispatch to the Temps.
Is not recommended foi
everything; but if you
have kidney, liver or
bladder trouble it will
be found just the remedy you need. At
druggists in fifty cent and dollar
sizes. You may have a sample bottle
of this wonderful new discovery by
Trail frre. alro pamphlet tellinsr all
about jt dilre-"?, Dr Kilmer & Co
tjDghdmi'm, .. 1 Vhtrtiwm-nt
CANAL PAPERS TO BE
SENT TO WASHINGTON
The papers Jn the proposed Franklin
canal transfer will be sent to Washing
ton this week, preliminary to the 'gov
ernment taking over the canal from
the "Water User's association. The
papers, which have been made by the
local department of the reclamation
service, include the rlghtofway, the
title and the abstracts which will form
a part of the transfer. -The papers
must first be passed on by the depart
ment in Washington, before the actual
transfer from the association to the
government can take place.
MIXING WOSIAJT HERE.
Mrs. K. M. Conners, of New York,
arrived last night from Denting. N. M.,
on her way to attend the Dallas fair.
Mrs. Conners is one of the owners of
the Consolidated Hillsboro Gold Mines
company, owners of that famous group
of gold mines, which has been in liti
gation for some time, but the diffi
culties have been adjusted and ar
rangements will be made to operate
the properties in the near future. Her
husband, the late J. X. A. Conners, was
one of the most distinguished mining
engineers in the west
FALL MAY CONCLUDE
Friday was a quiet day for the sen
ate investigating committee. Senator
A. B. Fall did not hear any evidence
Friday morning. He will try to con
clude the hearing Saturday evening. A i
mass of testimony has been taken and I
will be submitted to the otner mem
bers of the subcommittee before the
final report is l.iade to the senate.
Only Obc "BROMO UUIAIXE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day,
Cures Grip in Two Days. 25c. Adv.
I $2 and $2.25
Postmaster J. A. Smith is expected
back soon from the Salt Lake Irriga
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2,
in calf or kid. but
ton and blucher.
Special for Fri
day, Saturday and
Hj-rJwari Co., Ju9 Mills bt
American Shoe Store
We Sell Groceries
Strictly Fresh Eggs, 2 Dozen for . . 65c
Purity Butter, per pound 35c; 3 for -.$1.00
18 pounds Best Sugar for ' $1.00
3 large cans Pioneer or St. Charles Milk 25c
3 cans Van Camp's Beans for 25c
Fresh Concord Grapes, Basket ... 25
.3 nice Norway Mackerel for .-.- 25c
Jelly Glasses, per dozen 30c
100 lb. sack best Wheat Bran for $1.40
Fresh Aunt Jeininia Pancake Flour, package 10c
100 pounds Fancy Irish Potatoes for $1.60
We are the Mail Order House of the Southwest Write
Standard Grocery Co.
Bell Phones 367-348 or 876. 208 210 Mills.