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4 oc bottles Lambert's Lister-
iae, regular 25c size. -
Week End special .... IOC
(Limit one bottle).
25c tubes Colgate's
Cream; Week End
25c cans Mennen's Talcum
Powder, borated or scented;
Mo Tdeonwe Orders.
Many Seasonable Specials for the First
Saturday in November
$2.50 Hand Bags
Goat seal hand bags, assorted
shapes, German silver, gun
metal and gilt frames, leather
and moire linings, these are
regular $2.50 bags; Extra
Week- End special
EXTRA! EXTRA! .
Silk Petticoats $1.00
7 to 9 P. M.
Tomorrow night, from 7 to 9 o'clock, we -will sell messaline silk petti
coats for (1.00. These petticoats are made of good quality messaline
and have deep fancy flounce. They eome in all colore emerald green,
American Beauty, brown, Copenhagen, kings bine, tan, gray, black, light
bine, pink, tanpe, etc. On sale tomorrow night beginning (f -9 ff
promptly at 7- for .. t$) 1 JJ
(Limit One petticoat to a customer).
Corset Department Items
DeBeie Brassieres, 50c. Uzette Sanitary Skirt Shield.
We hare tfaree new numbers in De- This k a new, washable skirt
Bevoiee ' brassieres at this price, shield. It is attached to the cor-
Made of fine material with rein- set instead of to a belt. rf
forced shield. Perfect fitting as Priced , OUC
are all DeBevoise brassieres. .
$130 Brassieres, 75c. , Compressed napkins, convenient
Arienne, H. and W. and DeBevoise for J4??61' J,hlf n "
brassieres plain and faner models earrwd ra hand bag.
in varions styles. Also numbers Priced, each JK,
that have been discontinued. Yal- Our own special brand of seamless
ues up to $L56; you have wp sanitary napkins. Six in ty
choice tomorrow tlC a box, price aOC
Perfection Shoulder Brace. Elastic Sanitary Bells.
For men, women and children. New elastic sanitary belts, im-
Simple of eonstrnction OC proved style, 5EJ
Priced DC priced dtDC
Week-End Specials Sweater Coats
Wo Sweater CeaU $1.49. $5.00 Sweater Coats, $2.95.
Just M dosen women's wool AH wool sweater coats, plain and
"T ? .'"&' L. "" belt styles, in white and colors.
with high roll collar, two pockets . . ... . . ., , M
and peart buttons. Come vny, SeveM whjte " in the lot
Wack, gray, tan, d, lfcowa and Kgtttly soiled. Values up ia
white. Extra special aq $5.00; your choice Ao Q
tomorjnwi. ... p'J.ar?7 tomorrow rP&.&Q
Sweater Coals. $2.50. $8.50 Sweater Gpfa. $4.95.
Women's ar woqt fatty double Strictly all wool novelty sweater
stitch' sweater concsv double coats, all sorts of styles and color
breasteaV fancy edge, semi ruff- combinations, both Jong and short
neck collar, double 'turnback models, some are slightly soiled
wrists, two pockets and pearl but- from being displayed in the win
tons. Come in red, navy, black, dows. Vanes in the lot up to
tan. white and Ox- iy ef $8 .50; your choice to- sA qf
ford. Special.. S&UU morrow Jor only .. . P.&D
$10. 00 Suit Sale
Tomorrow we offer one of the most re
markable suit sales ever held in El Paso.
Just 129 Suits are-embraced in this sale.
They are values io $30.00, but you have
choice tomorrow at $10.00.
Just think of it! At the very height of the Fall season
we offer an "end-of-tnt-season" value in suits!
These suits are made of Seotch mixtures, tweeds, whip
or!s. serges, diagonals and novelty suitings. They come
in gray, brown, black. Woe, purple and fancy mixtures.
There's a great variety of styles to select from,' includ
ing many ot this season's very latest models. The
coats range from 2 ta 30 inches in length. All coats
rrc lined :ith bc-t gu&.:intced lining. The sise range is
-,-'-' r-r-;,"7 from 16 U 44
As stated before, here art only 120 suits in this, ex
traordinary sale. They represent values to 30.0ftj go'
on sale tomorrow morning at,
$1.25 Lace Collars
Venise, maerame and Oriental
lace collars, in all sorts of
styles and designs, mostly in
ecru color, worth regularly up
to $1.26; Extra Week End
10 Bars for 25c
This offer is made only to cus
tomers purchasing $1.00 or
more worth of regular priced
toilet articles. It is for to
morrow only limit '10 bars to
A Puff Jar Free
Tomorrow with every "$l-00
purchase of face powder we
will give, absolutely free, a
moulded glass puff jar with
German silver top.
White Iceland Fox Fur Sets
As an Extra Special tomorrow we offer' white Iceland fox sets at the
unlies'rd of4ow priec of $9.96. These sets are suitable for both misses
and women. The quantity is limited so you should be an" early shopper
tomorrow morning. Eaeli set 'consists of shaped flat scarf, with animal
-head aw tail, and full size pillow muff. On sale tomorrow, (J Q Q C I
as long as the limited quantity btrids out, at J)2270 J
Extra Specials in Waists
$2.50 Geisha Waists, 95c.
Odds bA end3 of "Geisha" brand
tailored waists, made of white and
colored , stripe linene. Regular
pejeqs range' as high as $2.50; to
close out; you have OK
, choice at' tOC
$3 Alloter Lace Waists. $1.95
Beautiful waists made of a fine
qualify of Oriental allover lace.
They bare messaline Robespierre
collar with net jabot and the three
quarter sleeves are finished with
net frill. Come in white, ecru and
Mock, m are regular $3 waists;
Extra' special for Sat
urday shoppers .
$2.50 Shirts, $1.45.
Silk soisette shirts, in white or
colored ground with dainty stripe.
Made with soft collar and cuffs
and pocket. Regular" values ug to
12.50; Week End
$4.95 Silk Waists., $3.95.
''Dressy" waists made of fine
quality chiffon and silks. All sorts
of new styles to select from
high neck, long and short sleeves,
the Robespierre and Direetoire
styles. Come in plain colors, and
two-tone effects' in the new taupe,
Copenhagen, black, white, navy,
brown, gray and other shades.
Values as high as $456; Extra
Special for Week
End shoppers ....
Special Sale of Hand
Embroidered Linen Waists
An extraordinary attraction in the Waist Section tomorrow k a sale
of Jiigh grade tailored waists. These wairts are strictly fill-linen and
are beautifully embroidered by hand. .- ,Thfee special groups are
offered, as follows-. Do not fail tcrtak$a4rlntage tomorrow lof fhese
extraordioary reductions onhand embroickwdpwe Imeirwkts
Hand embroidered linen
value ta $4.00;
Waek-End Sale .
values to $9.75;
Week End Sale ..
linen waists, values to $14.50;
$2.50 Derby Sailors for 95c
The new "Derby Sailors," in felt, trimmed in Ottoman
silk- Offered in navy, cardinal, brown, black, laoender,
champagne, pink and light lue. They are Q f
$2.50 values; on special sale tomorrow &
Hood Crushers Roll Brim Sailors
The new roll brim felt sailors, suit
able for misses and women, $2.25
values; Week End yQ
Silk velour "hood crushers," in navy,
wine, Oxford, gray and brown, $255
values; Week End tf? H QQ
Special P 1 ,OU
"Extra! $25 Tailored Hats $7.50
These are Fisk and Gage hats, part of the big pur
chase we recently made of the entire sample lines of
both these famous manufacturers. The values are
up to $25.00; you have, choice . .-.
tomorrow at .
Week-End Ribbon Specials
61-2 inch satin Push mom rttboB, ia
ftfi all colors, k a Week Jiad nr
UC Special at, per yard s5UC
-51- inch iajftetfrTiboon, ia aB.the
staple colors, is a Week End
Special at, per yard
7 to 9 P. M.
Week-End Specials Handkerchiefs
Full 4 ox. bottles of our own
brand peroxide, regularly soid
for lOe; Saturday night
special 7 to 9
5c Handkerchiefs, 35c Dozen.
Plain hemstitched handkerchiefs, linen
finished, full siie, worth regularly 5e
eacn; weeK-'Emi special,
Rubber coehion hair brushes,
regularly sold for $1M; Sat
urday might special
7 to 8
7-1 -2c Haniiterchiefs, 5c
Plain hemstitched handkerchiefs, sain- '
sook and crossbar lawn, worth regularly
71-2c each; Week-End
15c Handkerchiefs, 10c.
Embroidered corner handkerchiefs, fine
sheer lawn, worth to 16e eaeh; r
Week-End Special JLUC
25c Hcmdlctr chiefs, 12 -2c
Odds and ends of strictly all-linen hand
kerchiefs, worth regularly up to 25c
each; Week-End o f
20c Handkerchiefs, 15c.
Sheer crossbar lawn embroidered hand
kerchiefs, regular values to 20c
each; Week-End Special IOC
25c Handkerchiefs', 3 for 50c.
Embroidered corner all-linen handker
chiefs, also colored border embroidered
handkerchiefs, regular 25c values: Week-
Jnd Special, 20c each,
Men's full size strktiv all-Jinen hand
kerchiefs, worh regularly lie each
At $2.95' we offer unusually good values
in both corduroy and whipcord skirts.
The corduroys come in brown and navy;
the whipcords in gray and tan, two-tone
effects. If you are looking for a
stylish skirt at a nominal JQ QC
price, let us show these -at PMt0
Extra!. - Extra!
Bath' brushes with hardwood
back and- removable handle.
good bristles; Extra
Hose Section .
New 25c Hon.
Among recent arrivals in the Hose
Section we eaD special attention to
new 2fe heae. At this price we
now offer fast black silk lisle and
Maeo cotton hose, "Onyx" and
other brands, in light, medium and
Oaf -See Hose, 25c
Medium weight cotton hose, in
out sues; special'
Nev, SUk Hose, 50c
We will be glad to show you our
new 50c silk hose. Comes in black
and colors and is certainly re
markable value, at tZ.f
pah- . OUC i
Our Dollar Stfc Hose.
We carry a big stock of silk hose
in black, white and colors at the
favored price of $1.00 per pair. It
will give you an idea of the size
of our stock when we tell you
that at this price we have fully.
een different brands Becker's,
Kayser's. McCallum, Fleur-de-lis,
Cobweb Weave, Rivoli and Phoe
35c Siher Mesh Bags, 26c
Genuine German silver unbreak
able mesh bags, have drawstring
top and wrist chain, a regular 35c
value; Week-End O?
50c Hal Phu. 10c.
A lot of fancy hat pins, fancy
gold, set with colored stones, bril
fiants etc., worth regularly up to
50e your choiee "Pf
tomorrow '. X J C
V $1.00 Fan Chains. 69c
Full 56 inch, fancy Ink gold and
silver fan chains, in the newest de
sign, with pearl beads, worth reg
ularly up to $1.00; Week
ite House Coats
$9.95 and $11. SO
In coats at these prices $9.95 and $11.50 we are of
fering values that simply cannot be equaled elsewhere
in El Paso. At these prices we show both "Johnny" and
full length coats in caracul, reversible fabrics, Seotch
mixtures and fancy coatings. They eome in all sices,
from 14 to 44. See them tomorrow.
25c Back Combs. 10c
A limited quantity of carved shell back combs, worth regu
larly 25e; special tomorrow, lOe.
End VneriaT 6 9 C C""'' P leather belts, two1 inches wide, in Mack, red
-MM special ,VTSV -j -.1,; ;, f .) ,t.j ku "i JZTmn
wii 5L7c:L..rr..' " " p"w -,
naw-aira opeciai lac
$1.00 Doeskin Cloves, 75c.
Natural color doeskin gloves,
wrist length, two clasps, fine soft
quality sold regularly for LO0
pair. Week -End
$3.50 Long Chamois
Genuine ehamois gloves, full 15
button length, two clasps at wrist.
soia reguiariy ror $34U pair;
week .End ,v
Evening Scarfs 50c.
Dainty evening scarfs made of washable pompadour tissue
silk, hemstitched ends; special value, 50c
$1.00 Umbrellas, 88c
Full siae, close toll umbrellas, with strong Paragon frame
and steel rod, neat Mission handle, our regular $1.00 values -Week-End
special 88c. , '
'The Store of Service"
$ln00 Outing Corms, 89c
White outing gowns, well made
and daintily trimmed, regular $1
value; Week End QQ
Outing Govns, $1.00
White and striped outing gowns,
trimmed, with braid, made of a
sfclenild. quality "Daisv Cloth"
75'fiuting Petticoats, 48c
Fancy slriped outiBg flannel pet
tkeate with hemstitched ruffle,
regular 75c values; Week AQ
End special iOC
AVe have a complete assortment of
women's striped outing flannel
pajamas. They are trimmed with
braid and frogs. Priced- $1.50,
$1.75, $2.00 ana $2.50.
Flannelette Kimonos, J95c.
Comfortable kimonos ifor this time
of year. Made of faney flannel
ette and trimmed with plain color
satin. These kimonos come in both
loose aHd belted styles, and spe
cial values g p
25c Necklaces 15c
'Necklaces of medium sixe gold
beads, well strung, with good
clasp, regular 25c values Ex
tra special to- "
Anything needed in Fall and Win
ter weight underwear can be sup
plied from our big, complete stock.
We carry "Viola," "Swan" and
"Munsing"' underwear in all
grades. Especially good values are
Vests and Pants, 25c
Medium weight, pure bleached
cotton vests and pants. The vests
are nigh, neck with long sleeves;
the pants ankle length. A special
value, at per g
Union Suits, 50.
Union suits, Vess, pants and
tights, in white, ecru and gray,
light, medium and heavy weights.
Any garment in this assortment
you will find an excellent r"
value at OUC
Union Suits, $1.00.
"Viola' brand, fine quality, me
dium weight ,unkn suits, Jersey
ribbed, pur, bleached, With high
neck, long sleeves and ankle length.
In Window No. 7
You will see a good dis
A lot of the $5.50 ones
i Discontinuing these.
A. D. Foster Co.
Herald Bldg. '
El Paso's Popular
LOCAL POLICE WISH
i Say EI Paso I Haves for Creoles and
j System Woaltl AM In Identifying
' X IVaated Ktoevr&ere.
MSMung uia ai J-aao is xne aaven
for crooks from all parts of the world,
the local police want the Bertillios
system of Identification installed at the
local police station. A request to thai
effect win be presented to mayor E.
It was estimated that it would cost
$800 to instal that system, but the re
sults obtained, it was stated, woold
more than offset that expenditure
"El Paso," said chief of police I N
Davis, "appears to be the lighting place
for all crooks. It is right on the bor
der, and when closely crowded the crim
inal can jump across. Personally 1
think the Bertillion svstem of iilntif'-
I cation would be of great assistance."
SUSPECTS HELD FOR
A BANK ROBBERY
Columbus. O., Nov. 1. HI e. Camp
bell and Joe P. Garvin, who. the pol'ce
believe, are implicated in the 1200,000
bank robbery at New Westminster,
Canada, were arrested here toda.
The men were arrested by United
States deputy marshal Al Baur when
they entered the postofrtee. PriTate de
tectives are said to have been informed
of their presence here. The men under
arrest here will be held pendinsr inTes-
ti Ration. The police say thev answer I
the description of the men wanted. I
URGED OK CONGRESS
Washington. D. C. Nov 1 -With tht
approach of the next session, which be
gins Ieoembr 5. a big fight is loom
ing up in congress over the battleshio
question Such a fight occurs ever
session At the last session it was ol
unusual intensity, the house sticking
ont for no battleships in the naval ap
propriation bill and the senate stand
ing firm for one ship. An appropria
tion was made for one ship.
At the next session, friends of th
navy in both houses are ?oing to in
sist that four be appropriated for. arr
has drawn a gloomy picture of the
United States falling far behind Japar
and Germany In five years in nava
strength unless four ships are providec
at the session and at least two annual
ly at each succeeding session.
iVRRKSTED IX fcL PASO;
COXVIOTRD IX ALAMOGORDO.
Jose Morales, who was arrested here
Wednesday by the city detectives oa a
charge of disposing of mortgage i
propertj belonging at Cloudcroft, n
M, and taken to Alamogordo by po
liceman Tom York, was convicted nr
the charge there, fined S850, and
given a sentence of 90 days in the
CHICAGO POLICK HA R DRRY an attorney of
OX THAI I, OF SUSPECT, i "s Bn arrival m CI
! county Jail, according to Dean Sherr
BEST GOODS AT THE LEAST PRICE.
PURE LARD Rose Brand Wo. 3, 45c; Ws. 5, 75c; Wo. 10, $1.45
19 lbs. Sugar $1.00 12 lbs. Spuds 25c
LEVY'S BEST FLOUR 24 lb. Sack, 90c; 48 lb. Sack $1.75
DEFIANCE BRAWD FLOUR . . .24 lb. Saclr, 75ct 48-lb. Sack, $1.45
BACOW AWD HAMS SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET VALUE.
Send in YeHr Orders by Mail and We Will Treat You Right
Phones 505-3098. 204-206 E. Overland St
Chicago. 111., Nov. l. Chicago police
have been on the lookout for men
named Campbell and Gavin, charged
with participation in the Canadian
bank robber. They were supposed to
nave been the companions of James W".
Stacey, held here undtr that charge . nd
under the charge of assault with intent
to kill former lieutenant R. .1. Rnrns nf
the Chicago police department. i
Burnss failure to arrest Star-e - '
the others led to his dismissal from the i
afternoon. The attorney stated that
tne sentence had been suspended, con
ditional on the good behaUor of .Mor
Mr Sherry is here, he stat d. $ i -cure
the wason and team of lor- t
that Morales is alleged to ha-vi dis
posed of here These t e atjoin'
said would be taken to CloudcrWL
PHOENIX RECUSES VICB presidbnt qi denvbu
JTXlUJJlllA ZVXJ- UO-lO I ROAD DIBS IN MARYLAND
UtKlbrATXUiM UUJN IxlCESS drick. Md.. Nov. 1. Horace W.
v-uu-ne, ior zo years prominent in weal-
Phoenix, Ariz., which secured the
next meeting of the National Irrigation
congress, has turned it down, because
it would be too expensive to entertain
and because of not having a hall big
enough to accommodate the convention.
It is estimated that $20,000 would be
required to entertain and pay the ex
penses of the convention and this was
considered more than the people of
Phoenix thought it would be orth ta
them. It is now left with the executive
committee of the congress to select the
next place of meeting.
ern railroad management, died here to
day at the age of 58. after a long ill
ness. Mr. Clarke resigned frcm the
vW ;.rttldency of the Denver A Rio
Grxnt.- in 1911, because nf a nervous
breakdown, and came to Frederick, Ms
Only One "DK03IO QUININE"
Tat is IAXATrVB BROMO yUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W.
WlUVt- Cures a COId in One Dav. ilerlcs and the entire nrow wo. m.ri.,1
:ac aui. I o l
SIX PERISH IN
WRECK OF SCHOONER
Marshfield, Ore., Nov. 1. The small
gasoline schooner Osprey and her en
tire crew of six men were lost at the
entrance of the port of Marshfield earlv
today when the vessel crashed into the
jetty in a heav sea. Captain Jacob
son attempted to bring the s,chooner
in over the bar where the waves were
running n-ountain high, but the win!
failed him and his boat was swept don n
on htt Jett.
EiTery sea diove across the schooner's
WOMAN CONVICTED I
OF SON'S MURDER;
Baltimore, lid.. Nov 1 Albert J
Patterson and Mrs. Emma Barnbi rger
today were found guilty of the murder
of James Bamberger, the woman's 23 ,
year old son. who was stabbed to death
b Patterson at the Bamberger home
i last J.niirv
i " --' - - . i : -
The penalty is death or life Imprison- boost n;
J Cures Grip in Two Days.
.rboaid and lost.
nient. The slain man objected to Pat
terson s attentions to his mother. j
tf"EiT Kidney trouble preys j
CIX upon the mind, discour-
ANr ages and lessens ambl- j
WmUTRnT ,,on: beauty, vigor and i
" " - ihcinpfiitnaae
KIRST FHSBX8 OK WHTER
ARRIVES KRJDVY XORNI;
Freezing weather arm ed in XI Pas
Friday morning, November 1, at six:
oelock. city time. The thermoraeter .
the roof of the Southwestern uildin.r
registered 32 in the shade Fridaf morn -ing
at six oelock. which' is th freez
ing point ag established y thewreath"
sharks at Washington. Owinf to tha
dryness of the atmosphere here, there
was no frost. Col. N. r -Lane says H
explains the present nlpuy wtather as
due to the cold wave wfcch has been
oal sales in the rbrth an :
cheerfulness soon disap
pear ft hen the kidneys are out of order
or diseased For good results use Dr
Kilmer's Swamp-Root tie great '.Mdnev
remedy At druggists Sample bottle
uy man iree aiso parnyniei. i .-iinn tooK charge, 3I4.OS0 t year
Addn vs.. Dr Kilmer & Co. Bingham- item it wis said, "had bfef redu
ton, N. "i . dtrtibtnitnt. J ?11 000
MUOR VHKS WR bWhJE-Y
OF DKPARTMEN-kr l'ENSES.
Mayor C. E. Kelly has revested the
different city departments :o prepare
a budget ol expenses, toetther with
recommendations, to be ;i-; nted to
him at the earliest daty possible.
It was estimated that th police de
partment cost the cit 't,ii00ik to run
! isi ear. Th- i ngi'ie- nr depar:
iii. it , ovt the 1 1 h. V ierbert l