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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, November 2, 1912
Monday Store N ews tfomthe Popular
PROMINENCE will be given all
next week to the correct fabrics and
trimmings for the Charity Ball Gown.
The Charity Ball, the first important so
cial event of the season, is near at hand,
and preparation of the costume should not
be delayed. A wonderfully rich showing
of the newest of the correct fabrics is
made, with this event in mind.
Early choice should be made for several
reasons that now your range of choice k
far broader than it will be a week hence
that now your selection can be given more
careful thought and be made unhurriedly
-that by buying now you will give your
dressmaker ample time to do your work
to your satisfaction.
CREPED CHIFFON CLOTH
44 inch novelty creped chiffon eloth a beau
tiful new ehiffon something entirely dif
ferent for over-drapes. Comes in piak, light
blue, helio, black and white, d "j OP
DOLLY VARDEM CHIFFONS
44 inch, in dainty little floral
popular and effective. Quite
these quaint little designs to J0 f(
select from. A yard ?l-60 to . 4- ""
This beautiful, soft, drapy silk fabric v,hieh
is now so much in demand is here in the
season's most popular shades. 0 ((
42 inches wide. Yard P3UU
42 inch allover embroidered chiffons in
dainty designs. Comes in light blue, pink
helio, black and white. d0 ff
A yard $1.75 to Pi VV
With satin Cbarmeuee border, combined with
gold and silver thread effects. Something novel
and different. Shown in French blue, amber.
turquoise and white.
44 inches wide the fabric for durability. A
beautiful, heavy, perfectly woven fabric for
over drapes and dresses. Comes in all of the
season's wanted shades.
Beautiful heavy, rich brocaded satin so effect
ively used this season combined with plain
satins and velours. Ideal sr reception and
evening gowns. Shown in white, light blue,
pink. heUo. yellow and black. Also handsome
two tone effects, 36 inches
wide, a yard .. ..
In all shades suitable for slips and dresses.
Beautiful, rich, soft, shimmering
quality, full yard wide, a yard . .
ELAIN AND BROCADED CHARMEUSE
Unquestionably holds first place among silk
fabrics for the season. This lovely, soft, drapy
fabric is being -used in every conceivable way.
Some of the most effective forms are of the
two combined. We are showing a splendid
assortment of this popular silk. In both novel
and staple shades Taupe, grey, French blue,
chamois, primrose, pearl grey, heliotrope, tur
quoise blue, rose pink, apricot, nut brown, snuff,
Copenhagen, old Tose, -amber and
white. Priced at, a yard $.50 to
A beautiful heavy satin finish drapy silk fabric
in all of tile wanted shades, 44 (J j f(
inches wide. A yard ..a sJ
CREPE DE CHINE
Cheneys 46 ineh all silk quality in a beauti-
IMPORTED CHIFFONS AND VELOURS
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those who discriminate. See these (J"?
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Shop With Us by Mail
EfTEN if you cannot visit our store in person
you can enjoy all the advantages of a city
shopping place through the use of our perfectly
organized Mail Order Dept. Your orders will
be given prompt and painstaking attention, the
goods being forwarded the day 4he order is
received. These orders are filled by expert
shoppers who give them the same care and
thought that would be given to personal pur
chases. We guarantee absolute satisfaction in
every instance or the money back cheerfully.
Express charges and postage will be prepaid on
orders amounting to $5.00 or more, except on
heavy merchandise, such as sheetings, muslins,
Samples of the new Fall fabrics will be sent
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,f;ki- v isungs Are ureal or smau
& . By Comparison: the More You
Compare Qualities and Styles, the More You i
Appreciate Our Prices
Distinctive Outer Garments
APPAKBL for women, misses and oljildren fill this great seeond floor with rare selectioiB, for Monday's selling. It is hg
smart styles, best of values at such unusual low prices that is convincing and bringing hundreds of new patrons to the
"Popular." The largest business in the history of oiu ready-to-wear department was had x during October. Foreseeing the
possibility of depleted stocks, rush orders were given our New York buyers to select all desirable and high-class Suits, Coats
and Dresses that could be procured. Express shipments received Friday and Saturday illustrate the advantages of a New
York organization who are thoroughly familiar with the market and who have influence with the makers. There are now no
gaps in our stocks, evry department has been replenished Avith' new merchandise. Visitors to our seeond floor Garment Sec
tion Monday will find as complete a collection as shown at any time this season.
Specializing Out Twenty-Five Dollar Garments
"rVTOTHTNG illustrates more clearly the superior buying advantages enjoved by this store than
-L l concessions our buyers secure and throuah our connection with a powerful buy me organization
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these moderately priced garments. Every advantage gained through the price
is shared -Hith vou. e are not exaggerating wnen we say mat tne
POPULAR.'S" 25 garments are equal to any sold at 30.00 equal, in fact, to many which are sold for $32.50. Notice the garments displayed in our San Antonio street win
dows the re only average examples of the many good styles shown at this extremely reasonable price.
Tailored Suits at $25
Styles for street or dressy wear. Clever new models made
of men's wear serge, diagonals, cheviots, clay worsteds,
Eponge, bed ford cords, zibeline, broadcloth, etc Cut
away, straight front and fancy shaped models. Some of
the styles are severely plain, others are tastefully trim
med in velvets and braids; others with new vests of
contrasting color and Robespierre collars. Suits at 25
suitable for the young miss and for women of every age.
Other models at $15, $220, $29.50, $34.50, $39.50 up).
Sealette Coats at $25
Exquisite, genuine Sealette Coats for women, full length
garments with a cutaway bottom. The large shawl
collar, cuffs, front edges and bottom are of genuine black
caracul. The coat fastens by the means of large black
silk frogs. In all our experience we have never seen a
more charming coat for the money. Lined throughout
with a guaranteed quality of Skinner's black satin. This
is a coat that you will be proud to own and at the mod
erate price of $25.00 you can well afford to do so.
(Other Models in Velours, Velvets, Plushes to $125).
See the Excjuisite Evening Gowns
Priced at $12.50 Up to $350
Velvet Dresses at $25 -
Fashion favors velvets this season and evidence of their
popularity is seen in every conceivable form. We call your
especial attention to the handsome silk velvet dresses
we are featuring at $25.00. One-piece models in black,
navy and brown, with large collars and cuffs of amber
colored charmeuse and amber buttons down front of
garment. Numerous other velvet dresses at this price
suitable for street and afternoon wear. If you want- to
be "right-up-to-the minute" wear one of these velvet
(Other models at $12.45, $15, $22.50, $27.50 to $39.50).
New Cloth Coats at $25
The range of choice includes coats for every kind of
wear for women and lassies. They are made in the
cleverist and most effective styles of the season, of
chinchilla, broadcloth, zibeline, wide, wale, diagonals,
monotone effects, boucles, fancy mixtures, maekinaw
cloths, etc More styles of coats than ever before at
25.00 is a noteworthy characteristic of the "Popular"
coat stocks. This you'll agree when you a-shopping
come, and yotTll also agree they are the BEST coats that
could ever be bought for the price.
(Others at $7.50, $9.50, $12.50, $15, $19.50 up to $49.50).
New Johnny Dress at $25
Very .smart one piece dresses of Eponge and serge in
taupe, brown, black, navy and black and white stripes.
The "Johnny Dress" has set the pace in New York and
all stylishly gowned "women are wearing them. They
are handsomely trimmed in fancy silks, buttons and laces
and many have suede belts of contrasting colors. Then
there are hundreds of other style dresses in this 25.00
line that will please the most discriminating. Let us
show you these garments Monday whether you want to
purchase or .not.
(Othe dresses at $6.95, $12.45, $15, $22.50 to $39.50).
Dependable Furs at $25
Our fur stock at $25.00 contains only reliable and de
sirable pieces. In buying from us you get the benefit
of our expert Fur knowledge, and included with this
knowledge is the guarantee of this house. Every piete
of Fur is sold on its merit. We take all the responsi
bility. Partkinar attention is called to our showing of
red, white, black, and silver fox and Jap mink Furs at
$25.00. Mew and stylish shapes all new and just re
jceived. Xow is the time to buy Furs while stocks are at
(Other Furs ana Fur Coats to $550.00).
See the Charming Evening Wraps
Priced at $15 Up to $225,001
rTlHERL are many clever iniKr'ations in
-- Dress Trimmings this season, many
of which are very beautiful and artistic
We are showing Rhinestones on Velvets,
in ornaments and medallions; also Pearl
Ornaments, Allovers, Wide Bands and
Fringe; Rich Metal Laces in plain colors,
gold, silver, bronze; Bulgarian Sashes
with tinted Charmeuse ends; all size
frogs, pendants and ornaments, in colors
to match all the new dress goods, at prices
to satisfy. To make your Charity Ball
or Evening Gown one of the "most beau
tiful," visit this section. Aisle 2 Mam
SEMI FLOUKCES AKD FLOTJWCIKGS
In shadow maline, chantilly, Bohemian and
Venise in all beautiful designs, in white,
oyster grey and cream. These are suitable
for the most beautiful evening gowns. We
also show a complete Kiie of gold, silver,
bronze and oxidized allovers, border edgings
FUR AND FEATHER TRIMMINGS
Our stock cannot be surpassed. We show
Russian mink, heaver, mole, imitation er
mine, coney and mink.
BEADS AND BRILLIANTS
As beads and brilliants are used extensively
this season, we are prepared to please the
fastidious dresser with a showing of beaded
tunics, allovers, bands, galloons, fringes,
edgings, drops, tassels, cabaehons and gar
nitures of all sorts. Priced attractively
Choice of All Our
TMPORTED models from Jenoe Eanvii,
Mine. Carlier and others. Also our models
from Kurzman. A hat for every face-
Take your unrestricted choice of any pattern i
hat in the house at exactly HALF PRICE.
Here Are Some More
Reductions in Hats
Women's $25.00 Hats, ....$15.00
Women's $15.00 Hats, $ 9.50
Women's $10.00 Hats $ 730
Women's $ 7.50 Hats, $ 5.00
Woaea's $ 5.00 Hate, . . . . 330
Misses' $5.00 Hats ..- $330
Womea's $3.50 Hate $1.95
Misses $3.50 Hats, - . $1.95
New Shipments of
IT k an assemblage of all that k smart and
worth while in current waist styles, with
not a single mediocre note to mar the char
acter of our display and kvwoess ia price.
New, up-to-the-minute Paris models, the
choicest of materials and trimmings, finest of
workmanship and a range of colors to match
all the new tailored suits shown for the new
"Popular" Special Line of
Waists at $4.95
ATTRACTIVE late arrivals have just come
to us. Dozens of beautiful new designs
which are fresh to El Paso. The new Robes
pierre collar, very much in evidence in almost
all of them. They have, too, either long or
short sleeves, open back or front, as this sea
son's styles demand. Made of fine Charmeuse,
Mescaline, Chiffon, Crepe de Chine, Taffeta,
Dresden, Crepe, Net, Marquisettes, etc., charm
ingly trimmed in laces, hand embroidery, high
colored silks, velvets, amber and erystal but
tons. White, black and the season's leading
shades for Fall. The TopularV $4.95 hue of
waists is the talk of the town. We claim they
are as good as waists selling ordinarily at $7.50,
and our customers tell us they are as good as
waists they see on their shopping rounds at
$S.50. Look at the line Monday frA Qg
and judge for yourself J)rr0
DISTINCTIVELY new and very smart and
stylish a strictly tailored shut of all
wool striped and plain French flannel and black
soisette. This shirt is made in the becoming
tailored fashion, has a visible front closing; a
jaunty pocket, and a fashionable soft turned
down collar. The sleeves are full length and
made in the set-in tailored style and are fin
ished with soft turn-back cuffs. QC
"Popular" special iOC
Women 's and Misses ' Wool
Serge Middys and Norfolks
in Navy at $2.95.
MISSING MAS FOUND
DEAD ON RIVER BANK
EstaYea barra Had Been Missing
From Ills Home at La Mesa File
eeks: Had Wandered Off.
La Mesa, N. M-, Nov. 2 The body of
Estaven Ybarra, an aged resident of
La Mesa who, wandered away from
home ti.e weeks ago and had been
searched for since then, has been found
by a Mexican goat herder near the
river bank back of C. C. Rigney's farm.
Quite a number of prominent Re
publicans of Las Cruces held a rally
in the lia Mesa schoolhouse. Among
the speakers were D. V. Peacock,
ehairmata of the Republican central
committer of this county, F. M. Hay
nor, Mark B Thompson and W. B.
boutherland After the speaking an
t nchilada supper and a dance were
Postmaster H D Nelson ha- soUl his
iIa e south of town to Mr and Airs.
Hans, of Canutillo, Texas. Mrs
.Nelson will leave soon to Tisit rela
tives in Kansas. Mr. Nelson will soon
leave for the old home in England. Mr.
Hans is now postmaster.
L N. Stampler has sold his bees to
Frank Basham. Mr. Stamper will soon
join his family in Arkansas.
The Episcopal 'women gave a Hal
lowe'en party last night in the school
house. The work of cleaning the Las Mesa
ditch will start Monday.
.0 DAMAGING FROST I
, IX UPPER VALLEY YET
Anthony, N. M., Nov. 2. Up to date
there have been no frosts to percepti
bly injure growing alfalfa, and many
light fifth cuttings ar going on.
Miss Mabel Bowden, from Minerva,
Ohio, has arrived here to take a busi
ness position with her brother, R. E.
There .was a Republican rally at
Geek's hall last night which equaled in
non-enthusiasm the Democratic meet
ing of a few days ago.
Johnr. Forest th has demonstrated
this j ear that plfu.lfi raising is not the
only pajing industry in the valley He
has a large field of kaffir corn and
milo maize, which will yield from 3000
to 4000 pounds of seed to the acre This
seed is in demand e ery spring at $2 50
to ?3 per 100 pounds.
TWO CONVICTS ARE
KILLED BY POSSE
Rawlins. Wye. Nov. 2 Richardson
and Backstrum, two of the convicts
who escaped from the Wyoming peni
tentiary here on October 13, were
killed by a posse near Powder Springs
on the Colorado-Wyoming line, accord
ing -to telephone messages received
A fierce battle took place when the
posse, headed by sheriff Terrlll and
deputy sheriff Ogee, finally cornered
the fugitives, after a chase of more
than two weeks Burke, a third con
vict, escaped. Nope of the posse were
Richardson, Backstrum and Burke,
three of the most desperate among the
eight conMcts who escaped on October
13, killing one citizen and stabbing an
other, had remained together In their
flight through the hills southward to
wards Colorado, eluding the pursuers
time after time AH three were armed,
and they stole food and ammunition
along the waj Several posses have
been constantly on their trail, but they
succeeded in keeping ahead of their
pursuers until last night.
The bodies of the dead convicts will
be brought to Rawlins. The pursuit of
Burke is being continued.
Meet some friends at the depot? Call
Longwell's auto. Quick service, small
cost. Phone l. Advertisement.
Auto For Hire.
Call phone 1 for the fast, safe car of
Longwell's. 1M AVolf drives it Adv.
We carry a full line of Simplex elec
tric heating and cooking devices. Texas
Kleetrleal Supply Cc "House of Qual
ity," 119 N Stanton St
MeatlBg Stoie Every Mae and Price.
Laurie Hardware Co. J09 Mills St.
AT DALHART HEAVY
Dalhart, Texas, Nov 2 Receipts of
the Ft W & D C railroad here for the
month of October show an increase of
$12,500 over the corresponding month
of last ear and breaks any previous
record iof this station for any one
month. All freight items are repre
sented in the increase, including 500
carloads of livestock received and
Miss Zola Lehr. age IS, died at a lo.
cal sanitarium from appendicitis. Fu
neral services were conducted at the
Baptist church,- and the remains were
shipped to Winston, Mo . for interment
L,nsrvell' Hto For Hire.
Call l for the finest auto in El Paso.
Ed Wolf drives It Advertisement
We carr a complete line of flashlights
and -up-ilies Mail us your orders.
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Qualltj," 11! N. Stanton St
El Paso, Saturday, Nov. 2, 1912.
El Paso and vicinity Fair tonight
and Sunday; warmer.
New Mexico Tonight and Sunday in
creasing cloudiness and warmer north
and east portions.
West Texas Tonight and Sunday in
creasing cloudiness; warmer.
El Paso Readings.
6a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sea level).... T. 30. 31 30 30
Dry thermometer 36 49
Wet thermometer 30 38
Dew point 22 22
Relative humiditv S3 33
j Direction of wind SE. SK
.' A ..lnA.t.. nf .......1 1A 1.?
I civilljr ui niuu .......... v J.O 1
State of weather CWy. Clear.
Rainfall last 24 hours . . 0
Highest temp, last 24 hrs.. 54
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 34
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 9.S feet. No change m
last 24 hours.
Twenty-five percent saved on electric
fixtures and showers, at the Tom Mee
trie Supply Co.. "Heie 'ef HaaHry,"
118 V Mast b St.
Livery baggage wagons transfer.
The most complete enqulpment in the
southwest Phone 1 Advertisement
We have everything In the heating
and cooking devices, "electrical " Texa
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lty, 119 N Stanton
Livery baggage wagons transfer
The most complete enqulpment in the
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