SPBCXAI. DEMONSTRATION NEXT WBB1C OF "MARY C-lRDtV AXD RIIvBRS TOII.BT PREPARATION.
A "Monday Only" Sale that Will Certainly
Meet With Your Approval
To Stimulate Business and Further Advertise our Garment Section We Offer
Some Unprecedented Values for Monday
11 HEN you consider that you can buy "White House' garments at such radical
reductions as those noted below, you should certainly tae advantage of this
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"Monday Only" 5ae. TTiere is onejexception to this-
.continued through Tuesday.
-the suit item itfifcj itfiZZ fee
. MONDAY ONLY
Evening Dresses iii dt-IA QEt
Values to $20.00 at $IF. 0&
7 VENING dresses are also offered Monday at IliSS.
- These are the daintiest dressed you almostr ever saw.
They mre aceordian pleated, overskirt and the new draped
kirt effects. Made of chiffon over messaline and messaline
over crepe de Chine. Come in pink, pale blue, lavender,
yellow, pale green and white. Trimmed , with shadow
lace, embroidered designs and
jewel trimmings. Regular val
ues to $20.00; offered Monday
Dresses in Values
to $20.00 at '.
THESE are dresses for street and afternoon wear. They
are all this season's styles and there is a big variety
of styles to select from. There are Norfolk styles, over
skirts, panel and pleated effects, flat and standing Robes
pierre collars. The materials are serges, whipcords, Bedford
cords, velvets, corduroys, charmeuse, eolienne and messa
line. Some dresses are trimmed with lace, satin or velvet;
others with buttons and braid. The colors are browns,
nary, black, tan, Copenhagen,
taupe, white and wisteria. Reg
ular values to $90.00; on sale
Monday only at .
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$6. 75 and $7.50
a Specialty Store We
m touch with latest New
WE want to impress on you that these djpesses are our
regular stock and not bought specially to create a
sale. They are made of serges and novelty woolens, in navy,
browns, red and black. All new styles. Some are plain
tailored and very serviceable; others quite dressy, being
trammed with lace, velvet or satin.
All sizes from 16 to 44. Regular
valnea are $S.7R in STJiO: anwial
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MONDAY and TUESDA Y ONLY
Any $25.00 Q1Qm85
Suit for . .
TfflNK? wbat this means! Right at the height of the
season, a "White House" $23.00 suit for $19.85! Mon
day and Tuesday we give you unrestricted choice of any
$25.00 suit in the store for $19.85. This embraces fully 27
different models Norfolk, cutaways, semi-bolted effects,
pleated backs, braid bound edges and every other style that
is being worn right now. The color range embraees browns,
grays, tans, navy, blaek and white. Special mention k made
of white suits white serges, eorduroys and novelty basket
weaves. Special mention is also made of men's wear serge
suits, in navy and black. They are extra value at 985.00
but we include them in this sale at $10.85. Our $25.00
"WooHex" suite guaranteed for two seasons are also in
cluded. In short, every $25.00
suit in the store can be bought
Monday and Tuesday for
(The above includes sues for misses as well as women.)
Coats in Values
to $27.50 at. .
MONDAY only we offer this. remarkable special in coats.
There is a very large assortment to select from, em
bracing the best 9tyles of the season and including even
KWooltex' guaranteed coats. Full length, seven-eighths and
Johnny" styles are included. Made of boueles, cheviots,
caracul, sealette, diagonals, Scotch mixtures, tweeds, chin
chillas, polo cloth, broadcloths and wbelines. Come in navy,
blaek, white, gray, brown ana
black and white effects. Regu.
la-- values are up to $27.50;
Monday only, choice for ,
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Exquisite Evening Gowns
At Radical Reductions
A UL MextJt&k wfc fff ogar radical reductions on aU
"" hur' imported and high grade evening go-mat. This
is your opportunity to secure what k needed for the
Thanksgiving BaU. In connection with this important
item, we advise lhal you make your selections as early
as possible, so that needed alterations can he made to your
Beautiful Evening Scarfs
Our collection of evening scarfs is truly wonderful. Made '
of fine silk chiffon, messaline, satin charmeuse, etc in ex
quisite Pompadour and Dresden designs, a - .
with fringed or hemstitched ends. Priced & 1 & I"" 1
as low aM60c and np to U? JL 7.J V
Evening Scarfs Special $3.95
A special value will be offered Monday in a p
evening scarfs. These are really $-L50 val- HI J tf
nes; special iPJ.s7eJ
The Newest Thing in Gloves
Kayser's White Leatherette '
Gloves $1. 00 per pair
We will show Monday the very newest thing in gloves.
These are Kayser's white leatherette gloves, wrist length,
witfe two pearl clasps, and washable. Look just like white
gJnee kid gloves and are very serviceable. - s.f.
All e rage ht New York. Special, per fc 1 f if
The Last Word in
Hand Bags Special $3.95
AM the new shapes in hand bags, in matt seal, safforan,
walrus and other leathers. Have gun metal,
silver and gold frames, dainty coin purse or
vamty fittings. Special at
"THE STORE OF SERVICE.'
SHIPMENT just in from Nev York makes it pos
sible for us to show next aeet all the latest maunery
ideas of the metropolis. Special mention is made of the
models that are duplicates of Horse Shov? Millinery. This
annual mid-season event mNe York always brings oat many
clever ideas, and il seems that this season there are more than
ever before. These Horse Sho& models &HI be displayed
Other Mid-Season Models
We will ateo show Monday the greatest erase of the season,
TAM O'SHANTERS. Special mention ie also made of Rem
brandt, Bevetta and Bolero toques.
Imported Beavers Specially Priced
We will display Monday the very. latest ideas in imported
beavers. These are large shapes, and come Sn blaek and" white.
They are the latest Gage blocks and at the special price are
most attractive values. The white beavers are regular $12.00
values; they will be placed on sale Monday at $6.95. The black
beavers are regular $9.00 values; they will be on sale at $4.86.
The Arcade millinery display a"W prove most interesting
Undermuslins 1-3 Off
JUjONDAY e efer a splendid lot of sample undef
" muslins. Night gowns, petticoats, drawers, com
bination garments and slips are included. They are made
of fine nainsook, longclolh and muslin; trimmed in all
sorts of clever ways with shadow lace. Torchon, French
Val and embroidery. A few hand embroidered gar
ments arc included m the lot. Monday we offer the en
tire lot at just ONE-THIRD LESS THAN REGU
LAR PRICES. Here is an opportunity to secure fae
undermuslins at a considerable savmg.
Wool Sweater Coats $2. 75
Women's sweater coats, fancy knit of extra heavy all-wool
yarn. Double breasted with military roll a - m prf
collar, two pqekets, doable cuffs. Come iii all L 9 K
staple colors. Special value Monday r "s
$2.00 Sweater Coats $1.49
We also offer Monday regular $2.00 sweater 4 m g
coats for. ... tfei i-,t7
Extra heavy feephyr yarn sweater coats, r
double breasted, both with and without belt, at $2.95, $3.50,
$3.95 and up.
Sterling Silver Photo Frames
Early Christmas shoppers will be interested in our display
of silver photo frames. There is no daintier or more
acceptable gift than a silver frame. These are sterling sil
ver, with velvet back, and come in round,
oval, oblong and square shapes, sizes 2 to 7
mcltes. Attractively priced from 50e to.
NOTE, The Jewelry Section is showing many lovely "gift
things." Visit this-sectioH soon.
Bath Robes $1.48
Nice, warm bath robes, full length, made of good quality
fancy robing, in red, "navy, brown and . A f
Copenhagen, with cord girdle; special Mon- H J M.1
day only at P A tTTKJ
"THE STORE OF SERVICE:
MAIL. ORDERS FILLED.
"TUB STORE THAT SELLS WOOITEX
SEE ARCADE DISPLAY.
( Advertisement. )
Train No. 5, of the Texas ft Pacific,
due at 9:05 p. kl. Is reported to arrive at
10.35 p. m. All other afternoon and
eveniner trains for Saturday are report
ed on time.
Br. Kbert, Dentist. 26-218 Mills Bids.
Prempt lfaek Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Teer ReeeptfB te Cardinal.
Kansas City. Mo., Nov. 16. His
eminence, cardinal John Farley, who
arrived here on his return to New York
from the Pacific coast was given a
pnblie reception at the home of bishop
Thomas F. UUis. After a reception by
the Knights of Columbus he left ' for
Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist. 601-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldr- phone 1650.
Dr. RnMHRea, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner BIdg.
XeediaK Rlatwcst See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bidg.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach. In
testines, liver, 5JU Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Shift Is "HVeeSceuS x-asaeBKers Escape.
Buenos Ayres, Nov. 16. The steamer
Oravia has been wrecked in the Falk
land Islands off the southern coast of
Argentina, according to a wireless dis
patch from admiral Garcia on board
the Argentine cruiser San Martin. The
admiral reports that all the passengers
and the crew 'were saved. The Oravia
left Liverpool Oct. 17 for Callao.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
To Oar Customers.
"When our phone. No. 16, is busy,
please call 31.
Held Bros., Coal and "Weed.
IT. D. C To Sleet la Xcw Orleans.
Washington, D. C. Nov. 15. The
United Daughters of the Confederacy
in convention voted unanimously to
hold the 1911 convention in New
deceive the federal Judge, were fixed
For house wlr'np: and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street.
Dr. A'ettie Satterlce, osteopath,
American Bank Bldg., phone liL
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg.
Dr. R. 3L Ratliff, dentist. Sue to Drs.
Paget ft Ratliff, 104-5-6, Caples Bldg. '
Rcwnell AVnnts TJetter Rates. "
Roswell. N. M, Nov. 16. As a result
of a meeting of haembers of the state
corporation commission and business
men of Roswell here, an appeal will be
made to the interstate commerce com
mission to arrange more equitable
freight rates on the Santa Fe to east
ern New Mexico points.
Green vs. Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe
Railway company under consideration
was discharged Saturday morning by
judge Dan M. Jackson, of the 34th dis
trict court. The plaintiff in the suit
was suing for damages in the sum of
S2S.0OO for injuries alleged to have
been sustained by him while he was in
the employ of that road.
Dr. JaJBiesea, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin. 618 Mills Bldg
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 107 El Paso street.
Mexican Herald on Sale
at "Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what happens-in
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
v., w ii k7t.aui.uii ot. ovin pnones.
hr I 1 COMPANY
XEW SHELLED JLLlfOHDS, lb 60c
WJSW XUTS Filberts, Almonds. Walnuts, Brazil Pinions, Peanuts, Pecans.
Kew Dates Wew Figs Stuffed Dates
Imported Spiced Anchovies Rolled Spiced Herring Holland Herring
Extra Fine Dill Pickles Sauerkraut Vinegar Pickles
Ohves in Bulk Pickled Pigs' Feet
Gets Appeal on Contempt Charge.
Chicago. I1L. Nov. 16,-Albert C.
Jones, sentenced to one year in the Will
county jail at Jollet for contempt of
court in the Jack Johnson bond case
by judge Landis, was granted an ap
peal by the United States circuit court
of appeals. Bonds of the man who was
sentenced because of alleged efforts to
Dr. A T. StUl Ostcopthlc Infirmary
Dr. Ira Y. Collins, physician in chief:
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians,
201 "West Missouri street.
Mar Chew, Proprietor,
will opei Sunday. November 3rd, a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
3rill Kntrance through main dining
Con Men at Houston.
Sergeant W. 1. Greet, who was sent
from here to Houston, Tei... to assist
the police department of that city in
preserving order during the carnival in
progress there, has written police chief
L N. Davis that the "bunco" men who
inhabit Juarez are at .present visitors
at Houston. He stated that he had
pointed them out to the Houston police.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Jones, foot Mjiechilis.t. Mills Bldg
J,ury "Unable To Aree.
fter beins: out ail da Fridav and
th it niirht wifT'm't n ((hire a erdict,
the juij which had the case of E
Aceused of Theft.
Mariano Martinez, who was arrested
by mounted policeman Tom York Fri
day morning on a charge of theft from
the person, was bonnd over on a $500
bond by justice of the peace E. B. Mc
Clintock that afternoon to await the
further action of the grand jury on his
case Martinez, it was alleged, was im
plicated in a transaction which occurred
in the fear of a saloon on South El Paso
street, wherein Cruz Gallardo the vic
tim, lost $80
Notice of Meeting.
Notice is hereby given, that a special
meeting of the members of the El
Paso Country club will be held at the
club house, Monday. Nov. 18, 1912. at S
oclock. p m., for the purpose of
amending portion of Section XVI of the
bj -laws, as per notice of such amend
ment. dat-d and posted Oct. 29. 1912,
now apearitiir on the bulletin board
aters Davis, President
For the Charity Ball
The Guarantee prides itself on
haTing the largest stock, the
most selected and exclusive variety a Evening Slip
pers to be found in the entire Southwest Owr repu
tation is such that we cannot afford to seH a cheap
looking shoe that will not stand the waar or keep its
shape, and those that we show have all iite marks of
elegance, smartness and high grade qualify.
Sajan Slippers in all shades, with pompons or;iiiire-
stone ornaments. $3.00 to, $1000
According to quality or ornament. -
Colored Kid, Suede and Patent Slippers, inchfc&ag two
new creations by Laird, Schober & Co. . .$.00" to, $6.50
Hundreds of extra ornaments to select from.
6REXTSR SL PASO'S
'GREATEST SHQS STORE l
Is the delight of the Iogpitable
housekeeper when she sees H dec
orating her table, ocnaniBM&rag her
buffet sad leading it tone to her
dining room, ar ock of silver
is artistic prwleaar by the most
talented desifers with every piece
a gem or" the silversmith's art.
W. T. Hixson
"Wholesale, Retail and Mfg. Jewel
El Paso. Texas
Our inereasirig business
is tiie best evidence of
our ability to give the
in all of its branches.
3W San Fraaelsqe St.
The street that leads to the anion
depot. Kl Pao, Texas.
REFUSE TO SALTJTB FIAGt
ARK SUSPENDED PROM SCHOOI,
Salt Lake City. Utah, Nov. 18. Sus
pended from the public schools because
sAe refused to take part in the flag sa
luting vxerdsea, Lena Eyler. a IS year
old Socialist girl, and her younger sis
ter. Navie, will avail themselves of an
offer made by socialists of Los An
geles and go to school in that city.
Their parents decided yesterday that
this was the best solution of the con
You will sure
ly feel better
after a trial of
STOMACH BITTERS l
It tones and sweetens the atom-
acfi, assists digestion, keeps the
bowels open and prevents Malaria.
It's the medicine for you. Try a
bottle today. m
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