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Featuring Ready -to- Wear at $19.5
Embracing Suits, Coats and Dresses for both -Women
Monday, and next week, We will make special displays of ready-to-wear
at $19.50. Atihis price We will show the widest possible
range of choice in suits, coats and dresses, for both women and
misses. The descriptions below will give you a general idea of
the garments offered.
If $19.50 is about what you expect, to pay for your Winter suit,
coat or dress, it is at I he White Mouse that you will get the
most for your money both from the standpoint of style and wear
Silk Dresses $19.30 Suits at $19.50
In silk dresses at $ 1 9.50 we are Our $ 1 9.50 suits are absolutely
offering really exceptional val- correct as to style, made of good
are made of charmeuse and
We Keep In Constant
Touch With New
Something New Arrives
In addition to carrying a all times the roost
complete stock of women's and misses ready-to-wear
and dress accessories to be found in
El Paso, we are particular that the best east
ern styles be shown here simultaneously with
their appearance in the best "specialty houses"
in New York Gty. Our New York or
ganization is just as closely in touch with
the sources of supply as the best New York
shops. Thanksghrhig comes on apace and
the social season increases n activity. For
occasions requiring costumes of the hand
somer sort, we commend yon &T Jir Garment
ues. x ney
brocaded charmeuse the two most fash
ionable silks of the season. Come in
navy, Copenhagen, brown, black, gray
and taupe. Daintily trimmed with shad
ow lace, buttons and fancy loops. Many
of these dresses show the draped effects
that are so fashionable this season. The.
Robespierre collar is another style feature.
Some dresses have vestee effect of lace.
Sleeves are full length. We do not ex
aggerate k the least when we say that
many of the silk dresses' we offer next week
at $19.50 should really sell for as high
as $30.00. They are certainly excep
tional values at $19.50.
Coats at $19.50
Our showing of $19.50 coats
is indeed remarkable. It in
cludes "Wooltex" coats, which you know
are guaranteed to give at least two full
sdasons of satisfactory wear. At $19.50
we show full length, three-quarter and
"Johnny" styles. They are made of two
face materials, boucles, diagonals, tweeds,
Scotch mixtures, broadcloths and fancy
coatings. There are Norfolk styles with
patch pockets, and styles that can either be
buttoned up high or turned low in long
revere. Special mention is made of cara
cul and sealette coats at $19.50. Sizes for
juniors, misses and women up to 44.
The price is $19.50.
material and carefully tailored through
out They come in all sizes from 14 to
44. The materials are whipcords, chev
iots, diagonals, serges and fancy mixture
suitings. The coats have guaranteed lin
ing. It is, of course, impossible to de
scribe each style offered, but, mention is
made of the Norfolk and semi-belted styles
Which are very ' popular this season.
We also show "Johnny" suits at $19.50.
These have bright colored lining which
shows on the revere. We extend a cordial
invitation to EI Paso women, and misses
to come Monday and see our special dis
play of 519.50 suits., We are confident
that nowhere else in 'El Paso will you
find such nice suits or so many different
styles offered at this price $19.50.
Wool Dresses $19.50
In wool dresses at $19.50 we
offer a wide range of choice.
They are made of whipcords, diagonals,
serges, Bedford cords and broadcloth.
Corne in browns, navy, black, white and
tan. Trimmed with braid, buttons and .
embroidery. The Robespierre collar, the
Directotre revers and the vestee are some
of the style features that you wilt notice t
at once. Sleeves are hm letogttt as
Dame Fashion says they .should be. We.
are very proud of our $ 19.50 wool dresses.
See them Monday.
Our $25. 00 Serge Suits
SPECIAL attention is directed to the serge suits we are show
ing at $25.00. They are made of mens Wear jetgey in black,
and blue, and are the best $25'.00 serge suft Value' we have ever
How much do you know about the inside
of your corset?
You ought to know everything that the bon
ing has the flexible quality that shapes the
right figure-style, and that is comfortable.
The corset that has it k the corset you want.
You need a Warner's. We give you a cor
set that is right m style, plus the things that
make a corset comfortable the right boning
that cannot break, punch through the fabric
or rust, the right material tha. cannot tear,
a corset that will give the kind of figure you
want, without hurting you over the bust, the.
waist, the abdomen, anywhere.
A stiff corset hurts no matter how good a
jsijape. A Warner's it not stiff it cannot
; hart. Very light-weight fabrics, not especially
.made, cannot wear. Warner's fabrics are
specially made and ill outoear any other
We claim for Warner's Corsets that they
outwear any other corsets. Every part of
a Warner's Corset k absolutely correct. You
can have any shape you want, plus comfort,
plus wear. Do you want a guaranteed cor
Kt guaranteed for comfort, style and wear?
' IT. so, have' our corsetiere fit you in a War
ner's. "Prices $-1 :00ft
New Three-Piece Dresses
A SPECIAL display will be made wast week of
the new three-piece dresses. This is a Parisian
idea and promises to have a wide vogue in
this country. The three-piece dress k really a dress
and coat to go with it. We have charmeuse dresses .
velvet trimmed with velvet coat. Also, velvet dresses
with pleated chiffon waist and brocaded velvet coat.
The skirts of these new dresses show the latest draped
effects. If you are interested m the very latest fashions,
as of course you are, you must be sure to see thk
special showing next week.
flis continue Monday, and next week
the demonstration of "Mary Gar
den" and Riker's fine toilet preparations.
For this demonstration we have secured
an expert from New York- As her stay
with us is limited, you should not delay
bat attend the demonstration Monday.
$12.50 and $15,00
Fisk and Gage
Our recent enormous purchase of Fisk & Cage Sample Hats makes it pos
sible for us to continue next eek our phenomenal values in untrimmed
shapes. They come in Black Silk, Austrian, French and Sea Velours,
Imported Beavers, etc The stifles are all the new Tarn, Soft Crown and
Picture Effects. Every one bears the name of the
maker either Fisk or Cage, They are easily jorth
from $12.50 to $15.00. The price
'THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX.
"THE STORE OF SERVICE."
' "The Handkerchief Store
of El Paso"
f ONG ago, "The White House" become known
-f . as "the handkerchief store of El Paso." We
now have, by far, the largest and most complete hand
kerchief stock we have ever carried. Visit thk sec
tion and you will say that you never knew there could
be so many different kinds of handkerchiefs. To
give you an idea of our splendid stock, we print a brief
catalogue, as follows:
Lawn handkerchiefs ranging m price from 2c to
Children's handkerchiefs from 2c up.
Initial handkerchiefs, for men, women and children,
in lawn and linen from 5c to 50c each.
Plain linen handkerchiefs 10c to 75c each.
Embroidered all-linen handkerchiefs 10c to $8.95
Lace edged linen handkerchiefs 20c to $2.50 each.
We offer an Extra Special for Monday in women's
initial handkerchiefs. We have 200 dozen of these
handkerchiefs. They are full size, sheer lawn and
have dainty embroidered initial plain or with laurel
"wreath. Special Monday q Qdch
(Limit one dozen) .
Leave a Call
WITH one of our reliable alarm clocks and you
win be sure to keep, vow resolution to get up
early. We have alarm clocks selling as low
as $1.00 and as high as $5.00. The famous "Big
Ben" k here if you prefer him.
If you are considering the purchase of a watch, re
member that we sell all the best known American makes
as well as the watches of D. Gruen and Sons Com
pany, and that we are sole distributers of the "Palek
Philippe" in thk territory.
W. T. Hixson Co,
Wholesale and Retail and Manufacturing Jewelers
El Paso Texas
There will be no core to throw away
after One has eaten an apple If Frank
Rodgers. a Delaware fruit grower, suc
( eds in experiments ne has under
wa He owns a tree that has pro
duced now for two j ears seedless and
coreless apples. The fruit is of the
usual size and very highly flavored
He is grafting some of the twigs into
other trees into his orchard and hopes
in thf course of a few j ears to make
his fortune Chiraqo Tribune.
Southwestern Fuel Co. Full measure.
8-Piece Kitchen Set
To introduce our goods in Bl Paso
we offer this splendid kitchen set
retailing: at $2.00 free as a premium
with each purchase of
6 Genuine Rogers Tea
guaranteed 36 years' hard ue.
This Is a fair, square offer made t
introduce our goods in El Paso. Take
advantage Of it. Pin this ad to your
telephone book now and phone- our
representative, who will be pleased
to call and show you the actual set
and also some rare bargains in
Sterling and plated silverware.
You don't pay a cent till you get
V. C. HART
Advertising Manager, Kl Paso.
Mc-Lain, Black & Co., lac.
Many valuable suggestions for
Christmas gifts. Best grade. Un
usually low prices. t
ROY E. BERG-MAN IS J SOUGHT EXCITEMENT
CLAIMED BY DEATH IN MEXICAN REVOLT
WHAT'S A GIRAFFE?
The children had written compositions
on the giraffe. They were reading them
aloud to the class. At length the time
came for little Willie to read his. It was
as follows: "The giraffe is a dumb ani
mal, and cannot express itself by any
sound, because its neck is so long that
it? voice gt ts tired on its way to its
Well Known Young Man, of Advertising
Staff of The Herald, Dies Father
and Wife at Bedside.
Rov E. Bergman, aged 29 years, died
Friday afternoon at his home, 1014 East
Boulevard. His father, W. C. Bergman,
a banker and manufacturer of Newton,
la., was at his bedside when he died;
also his wife.
Deceased had been a resident of El
Paao for the past four years, with the
exception of a few months spent in a
sanatorium in Denver last winter. He
came here four years ago for relief from
rlmonary troubles and improved rapid
at first. For several months past,
deceased had been connected with the
advertising department of the El Paso
Herald, and was very popular with the
business men of the city, with whom he
was constantly associated.
Deceased, besides his wife and father,
leaves a sister and two brothers in
Iowa. Before his illness he was a trav
eling salesman in Iowa and was widely
known throughout that state. Shortly
before coming to El Paso he -was mar
ried to Miss Kutherine Reynolds of
Nashville Tens, and she was a faithful
attendant at his bedside during his ill
ness. His last illness came upon him in
ihe Herald business office a little over
a -week ago and he was sent to his
home which he never left again. His
father president of the First National
bank of Newton was wired for and ar
rived in time to be with his son before
The body of deceased was taken back
to the old home for burial this after
noon, accompanied by the father and
ONLY, ONE BRICK.
"I hear ye bad words with Casey."
"We had no words."
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"Nothing but one brick." Washington i
Corporal John Walter, Who DiediThttrs
day Night at Fort Bliss, Had Ex
citing Career in Southwest.
When the eastern newspapers were
.tiled with the stories of the first Mexi
can revolution, of Garibaldi's American
legion and the soldiers of fortune, who
were fighting under the tricolor of the
Mexican rebels, John Walter, son of a
wealthy and aristocratic ( family of
Washington, left home and' joined this
foreign legion before Casas Grandee, as
a machine gun operator. He fought
be&ide Madero in this battle, was cap
tured with the others of the American
corps, taken to Chihuahua as prisoner
of war and imprisoned in the federal
Through the efforts of his father and
the influence of prominent politicians
in .Washington, Walter was given his re
lease from the Mexican prison after his
father had "aid a large ransom for him.
Having a taste of army life, young
Walter returned to Washington and en
listed in the cavalry service, with the
expectation of obtaining a commission.
He was assigned to troop E of the 13th
cavalry, then stationed at Fort RUey,
Kan. When the Mexican affairs again
started boiling, the 13th was ordered
to the Mexican border and Walter came
to Fort Bliss with his regiment. He
was stationed at Columbus. S. M on the
border patrol. Ten days ago he was
taken ill and brought to the
hospital at Fort Bliss. Two trained
The Variety the Stitiethe Fit
the Excellent Quality are all
features embodied in our $3.00
shoes. In fact, yoe'd be surprised
to see how near the high grade
quality these $3j00 shoes look.
We have your size and you get just
what you want.- "V
with kid or
Gun Metal .
Welt or Tufn Soles
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Lovers of Nature
Did it over occur to you that the
game is fast disappearing and that
before long you will be wishing
you had preserved some of the fine
specimens you are now letting go
Ornament your tone, den or of
fice with them, their presence
will recall many exciting and
We invite yon to ask questions
Our mounting price Bat can be had
3M Saa Fraaeisee St.
The street that leads to the union
depot. Et'Paso, Texas.
nurses and two doctors were as
signed to his case and everything was
done to quench the fever fn-e& in the
young soldier, who uad been promoted
to be a( corporal since his enlistment.
His condition continued to grow more
alarming, and his father, Frank Walter,
was notified. The elder Walter is one
of the capitalists and large property
owners of Washington. He chartered a
private car and came to Fort Bliss as
soon as possible after receiving the mes
sage. He arrived Thursday morning
and was quartered at the Country crab,
where he could be near his son. The
young man's condition improved after
the arrival of his father and, he was
thought to be ont of danger. Thursday
night he called the night nurse ana
asked that his father be sent for. Be
fore the elder Walter could come in an
auto from the nearby crab, the boy died.
The body of corporal Walter was
taken bacK to the old Walter home in
Staunton, Va, Woodrow Wilson's birth
place, Friday afternoon. The father ac
companied it and will be met in Staun
ton by Mrs. Walter, who is a member
of the old Duryea family, of JSew York.
MRS. HENRIETTA SCHUTZ.
A daughter of a pioneer El Pasoan
lied in Xos Angeles earlv Saturday
morning. Mrs. Samuel Schuti, 811 West
Boulevard, received a telegram from Los
Angeles, notifying her of the death of
her daughter, Mrs. Henrietta Schutz.
Mrs. Schutz was well known in El Paso,
having lived here before going to Cali
Iornia. She also lived in Silver City,
N. M. She has two daughters. Miss
Carrie and Emma Schutz. and a son,
Arthur Schuts. Her father, Samuel
Schutz. was one of the pioneer El Paso
merchants, and was the owner of the
Schutz block, where the "Hoyt furniture
store is now located.
The body will be brought to El Paso
MRS. MARIA L. MONTOYA.
Mrs. Maria L. Montoya. mother of
county constable Domingo Montoya.
.cd at 1 oelock Saturday afternoon at
her home. 417 South Florence street.
She was 83 years of age and was born in
the old town of San Elizafio. Tex. The
funeral will be held Sunday afternoon
from the Sacred Heart church.
Felipe Macias, aged 48. died Friday at
0i2 Tavs street. As no physician "had
been called, coroner E. B. McClintock
held an inquest and decided that death
was due to paralysis.
Card of Tfcaaka.
I wish to return my most heartfelt
thanks to the many kind friends who so
nobly assisted my son. Roy, during his
sickness and death.
W. C. Bergman.
to see pictures of children. We
have atade chUd portraiture our
special study and can guarantte
you the best if we can have your
A Good Picture makes one of
the most highly prized Christmas
OT YBItY PLBASAXT.
The "neighbor" who figures in the
London Telegraph anecdote probablv
meant to say something kind. Patrick s
face was so homely that it had been
described as an "offence to the land
scape." and he was as poor as he was
homely. One day a neighbor met him
"And how are ye, Pf"
"Mighty bad," answered Pat.
"Sure, that so?" said the sympathetic
"It is thai-ration that is stharin' roe
in the face,
"Sure, and it can't be yery pleasant
for ayther of ye." Seleoted.
PILES CrjRKI) I. TO 14 DAI S.
Your druggist will refund money i'
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure anx
case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Pro
truding Piles in S to 14 days. 50c
Mar Chew, Proprietor,
will open Sunday, November 3rd, a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
Srill Entrance through main dining
fat 1 QOMPA NY
Durham Creamery Butter,
MEW FRAME HONEY, 2 FOR
STRAINED HONEY .
BLUE RIBBON MINCE MEAT
BLUE RIBBON MINCE MEAT,
Xew Apple Butter,
pnrrs 25c quarts 45c
OUART JARS 30c
3 FOR 25c
Uarlcr OU ilrmiaxm.