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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1913
A Golden Opportunity for Young Fellows:
Two and Three Piece & 1 1 C4 A
Spring Suits, Choice k L.JXJ
Models Worth up
T the end of each season the
manufacturers we buy our
clothing from, take their remaining
stock of woolens and make them
into suits models for the coming
season as they are known at that
This year they had quite a supply
of medium and light weight mate
rial on hand and in order to dispose
of same they made it up into new
Where the material was insuffi
cient for a three piece suit, they
made coat and pants suits, with full
Every garment shows the bestof tai
loring and workmanship, is all pure
wool and in pleasing patterns and
colors. Numerous styles that will
at once appeal to the yoimg fellows
as well as older men.
Models that would ordinarily sell
up as high as $20.00. We bought
them at a price that will enable us
to give you choice of the lot at
Men's $4 and
Hart, Schaffner ? Marx, Rogers
Peet and Other High Grade
Fall and Winter Suits & Overcoats
$37.50 to $40.00 Suits and Overcoats for $24.00
$32.50 to $35.00 Suits and Overcoats for $21.00
$25.00 to $30.00 Suits and Overcoats for $18.00
$16.50 to $20.00 Suits and Overcoats for $12.35
$12.50 to $15.00 Suits and Overcoats for $10.00
Sale of Men's Shirts
$3.00, $2.50 AND $2.00 SHIRTS In
a broken line of sizes. Extra special,
$2.00 AND $1;50 BATES STREET
SHIRTS Broken lines. Plain white
shirts in the lot. Choice $1.15
$1.00 AND $1.25 COLUMBIA
SHIRTS Coat styles with attached
cuffs; neat patterns; sizes 15 to 18.
$2.50 AND $2.00 WOOL SHIRTS
Also French flannel; collar attached.
Remarkable values at, each $1.15
For Thursday Only
200 dozen men's soft nainsook hand
kerchiefs size 17x19 inch; unlaun
dered. The best value eyeTSg
offered at the Popular at, aoOC
Sale of Underwear
50c cotton ribbed shirts and drawers,
medium and heavy weight, garment
39c suit 75c
75c natural wool shirts and drawers,
$1.00 medium and heavy weight wool
or cotton shirts or drawers, gar
$1.50 medium and heavy weight wool
or cotton shirts or drawers, gar
$2.00 medium and heavy weight wool
or cotton shirts or drawers, gar
$2.50 medium and heavy weight wool
or cotton. shirts or, drawers, gar
ment ' $1.95
$3.00 medium and heavy weight wool
or ., cotton shirST or drawers, gar
$3.50 medium and heavy weight wool
or cotton shirts or drawers, gar
$5.00 medium and heavy weight wool
or cotton shirts or drawers, gar
Take a Look at the New Sprint Hats
B' UY your new Spring Hat now a derby or a soft hat-either is sure to de
light you if you choose from the Popular 's" stock. We sell Stetson
Hawes von Gal and other high grade makes. There is more style and betW
quality in the hats we sell than in any otnerp at anything like the same
price, x-rove it yourseu. get a. new kx-u nab xnursaay get it of
Train Ne. 8, oa the Southwestern, the
Golden State limited, from the north,
due at 3:50 p- m.. Is reported? to arrive
, ,"3, mT All other afternoon and
night trains are reported on time for
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street
Cold Wave In the Northwest.
Mna.poi Minn. FK o. The told
The Best Suits You Ever Saw
For $15 Ready Now!
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Bfc.rUKfc. you read this style message any iunner mins. now you noma
your tailor to make your Spring suit. First, you would look over the fashion
plates to see the Spring ideas from Paris. Then, choosing the style suited to you,
you would direct some changes to avoid the extremes of French style. Next, you
would be very sure to get linings of the very best quality. If your tailor were of
the very highest type, he would cut out and drape and finish your suit, so that it
would hang well. For all this you would pay, not only a great deal of time, and
trouble, but at least $35.00 to $50.00 for the suit itself.
Here you will find the new Spring suit models. They show the newest fashions
made of beautiful goods in an endless variety of attractive patterns goods proven
hv chemical test to be the nurest of nure wool. Cut and tailored and finished as
custom tailors would do. Ready to put on with none of the irksome fitting hours
that the custom tailor demands. And the price of any of these models is but $ 1 5.00.
Almost unbelievable. Onlya visit to the "Popular" can prove the truth of all this.
Look over the suits see what style suits you best g -v
then go try on one of these new Spring Suits 2) j 81 II
"Popular" Special $4.95 Skirts
rTl HE materials are serges, whipcords, mixtures, novelty stripes, checks and
-- ratine weaves. Both draped and pleated styles as well as plain models.
Buttons with simulated buttonholes are the favored trimmings the idea being
to carry out tailormade effect. A large assortment to choose from.
"Popular" special ...................................
'Women s Silk Tailored Shirts for $2.95
. "Vjr7"OMEN'S extra good quality silk habutai tailored shirts, in plain white and
fancy stripes: Made with soft detachable collar apd French turn back
cuffs; has patch pocket at left These are new and will be very iO Qtt
popular this season. Exceptional values at. .................. . vTJ
Sample Undermuslins 1-3 to 1-2 Off
MANUFACTURERS sample undermuslins displayed on a special table.
True, some of them are slightly soiled and mussed from handling. But
who minds? A tubbing will make them as fresh as new, and they are marked at
1-3 to 1-2 off regular prices. SPRING WASH FABRICS
TOMORROW we will show many new
Spring Wash Goods fabrics that
have received the approval of fashion
authorities. Perhaps early but remem
ber only a week or two and you will be
in the very midst of spring sewing. So
why not see these new things now.
Laces on Sale
NEVER before at this period of
the season have we been in a
position to offer such unusual values
in Embroideries and Laces. Several
special purchases recently made out
at big bargain prices for this week.
SWISS EMBROIDERY GAL
LOONS Eyelet and dainty effects -
suitable for trimming waists, lingerie
and wash dresses. 1 1-4 to 2 inches
wide. Special a
yard . . . .'
TORCHON LACES Cotton and
linen, in cluny and crochet effects. I to
2 1-2 inches wide. Special i - j
45-in. EMBROIDERY FLOUNC
ING in Gipure and Baby Irish ef
fects on a beautiful grade of Swiss.
Extra special, a "I fiO
yard . . 5 l.DiS
45-INCH EMBROIDERY Beau
tiful French voile, batiste and Swiss m
ratine, eyelet and satin stitch effects.
The best value we have ever been
able to offer' at,
NORMANDY AND PLAT VAL.
LACE match sets, suitable for
trimming- the daintiest lingerie dresses
and underwear. 11-2 to 5 inches
wide. Special, a
VAL. LACES Elyria. Zion City
German and French Vals. most
delicate patterns in match sets.
Special, 12 yard
The Very Newest
"Popular" Special $5
I ,. i&mwm y
TSSfcm. -lxn 'MB -IH' 'Y7
- f-4 ;&. 'v? $mi B re"
T would seem that Darae Fashion has de
creed that the whole world of womankind
shall be becomingly hatted this Spring so uni
versally becoming are the new shapes.
The Turban, in its various forms, offers wide
choke for the woman who has in mind, first
of all, becomingness.
The elongated shapes are good, too; and hats
with rolling brims are finding favor.
And the trimmings; Such a riot of colors and
variety, and the smartness with which they are
A fair number of these new hats are ready to
be seen and we hope you'll come to see them
tomorrow. "Popular" j ff
The Parcels Post Has Made It More
Convenient Than Ever to Shop
HJTiV, M0iAViWVlAVlVJVfO5 i II 2ft
W ( ! ii III II MMMI Mil !! ii i ! Mil i I W I lVXCSd dVCUUC HliranCt
. ""'" " nBlp
White Dresses 50$
TrO mother can make these pretty
white dresses like these for 50c.
For children 6 months to 6 years of
age. Made of pretty white lawn;
trimmed m neat lace and embroidery;
well made and finished. tZ,fA
Unroatchable "values at, each. OUt
V7"E are givkig these dresses a spe-
cial display of their own to
morrow. Mothers will be delighted
with the pretty styles and particularly
the prices. Actual comparison of
dresses and prices w3I prove that the
values offered can not be duplicated
elsewhere Materials are ginghams,
chambrays, percales, piques, linens,
Ikienes, etc. Priced at 95c, $1.45,
Spring 1913 Royal Society
Package Outfits. Complete
Shirtwaist, Corset Covers, Gowns, Ki
monos, Infants Dresses, Dressing
Sacques, Aprons, Centerpieces, Pil
lows, Scarfs, Glove Cases, Work Bags,
etc We also have m stock a full line
of Embroidery Silks. See them in Art
Goods section. Aisle 1 mam floor.
iticscl avcuuc entrance. a n
to stand under her bowsprit and reaa
to Capt. Knudsen telegrams addressed
to him. Seafaring men do not recall
when before a ship has "piled up" on
the sands in this fashion.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
SOI West Mlssor.ri street.
wave in the northwest is increasing in
intensity, the thermometer here regis
tering 15 degrees below zero. The cold
is accompanied by a -45-mile northwest
Prompt Transrer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Stop Railroad Construction.
St. Paul Minn , Feb. 5. Because con
tractors for thp Great Northern rail
road are alleged to have invaded gov
eminent lend, preparations for the con
struction of the 501-mile extenskm from
Npw Ro. kfo-d T. D, to Lewjston,
Mont :... h . p -uSDcndd nor the
l"ort !' ii jnd.an reservation, an-'
cordi0,,1 f the resident agent, ac
cording to a report received here.
K,L-an,.e!'0,, diseases or kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; S18 Mills Bldg.
Open at night by appointment. Phone 788
Steamer "Vanhed Illnh oa I.aml.
New York, N. Y.. Feb. 5. With her
bow pointing at rlht angles to the
shore, the Norwegian steamship Nicho
las Cuneo. laden with bananas and co
coanuts, from Jamaica i-ruunded upon
th. sloping stretih.v of - ik! .it I...rm'
!' K'h I. J W fw t, t . t'.l. t. Ir ,t
I' ft th- El,.,' wit' f .- ; i- - . i
on til' sancls t'x . ii'. - i i'-
IicnreH $1,000,000 to Partner.
New York, N. Y.. Feb. 5. The filing
of the will of George "V. Crossman, a
coffee importer, revealed a curious
agreement between Crossman and his
partner, Herman Sleleken. A codicil
to the will showed that each had agreed
to leave the other $1,000,600. In addi
tion to his bequest to his partner,
Crossman left nearly Jl.00fl.000 to
friends and relatives.
Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Paget, dentist, S01 Roberts-Banner.
Has Broken Arches.
Frank Langan, chief clerk of the
Sheldon, is off duty because of a pair
of broken arches in his feet, caused by
his work behind the counter and his
Headquarter for Mazda lamps. Gem
Electric Co., S01 San Antonio St.
Dr. Klein, diseases or tungs. stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Armed Men ISunrd Ilnllotx.
disclosures are expected to follow the j
puBuns oi armea suaras neivte "
vanlts of the city hall, where the bal-
test ovi-r the office of state's attorney
are stored O.-ims made b William A. j
'unn. a di . .t. cl Soouli-t candidate!
f"r -t ! - - iitniifi o.p Maelt
" ! I ' i 1 I i .1 , I i .'
u ' .-. J- i i : I vill l ' -
lead to a new tally of the vote.
Why pay 81.00 per nour when you
can get your work done for 75c per
hour? We employ union labor; lowest
prices on material.
Quality House, 110 X. Stanton St,
Texas Electrical Supply Company.
Banker Released In Canada.
Winnipeg. Canada. Fob. 5. C. A.
Bonds, of Memphis, Tenn., president of
a chain of night an aay uanna. wn
victed In Memphis of fraud and who
fled to Canada while on bail, was re
leased by order of justice MacDonald.
Judge MacDonald, after listening to ar
gument in a habeas corpus proceedings
ordered Bonds released on the ground
that information showed no crime
against the laws of Canada.
Dr. Ebert. Dentist. SiC-riS Mills Bldg.
Wants BI Paso Plans.
J. C. Ponsford. formerly of Bl Paso,
is now located at St Thomas, Ontario,
and has wired O. C. Thorman for a set
of El Paso made plans to be used in the(
construction of his home there.
Dr. R. M. Uatllff, dentist, 204-5-6 Co
Veteran Seati Quilt to Taft.
Washington. D. C.. Feb. 6. President
Taffs collection of gifts was increased
when he received a red. white and blue
quilt from S. H. Read, of Merna, Neb., a
civil war veteran. 82 years of age, wht
wrote toai n uu ow wjt en
tirely by hand and containing 5982
Dr. Onrrett. stomach, intestines and
internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Dr. Itoblnsen. disease of children, and
ohtt tries. 211 Roberts-Banner Bldj,".
I'IIktIihk C.et MeNMnj-e From King.
i r . i. - t 1 1'. -it
l' .' I UI g.t "'II;,
may emphasize the cordial relations
that we know exist between Briton, Ca
nadian and American." wrote king
George V. of England, in a message to
the Pilgrims of the United States, read
at their 10th annual dinner in this city
last night. The king extended "greet
ings and best wishes for a delightful
C H. Williams & Co., 323 S. Staatoa,
uptodate wallpaper and papering.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 22S Mesa Ave.
SappoHed 3Iad Dog Killed.
Some excitement was created by &
umused mad doe Wednesday moraine-
I in the 1000 Mock on Cotton avenue.
The aog was running wiia ana pnone
I calls at the police station were inces
sant, until mounted policeman ma .Ben
son was sent to shoot the dog.
Dr. Nettle Satterlee. osteopath, 413 !
T)Uc PliAnA lil
rams .&.. .w... .-..
To Dlacniw the "Illiberal Uberal."
Rev; Martin Zielonka. of Temple Ht
Sinai, will preach Friday evening on
"the HHbertU liberal" and will discuss
the local conditions as related to the
Sunday dosing other civic matters.
Mexican Meraw e at news i
wagon. Oregos ano on --vnionto.
Deg Catchers to Resume.
isexc jumin; "" taicaers wfil '
start their rounds again, in order fo '
clean the town of canines before the !
dog days come. ,
n -.. A1 AhStAlrlPS ttlcAaca. n .v.. t
dren & kidneys- Fevers, digestive & nerv
ous diseases. 213 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Illttkep Osberne te Speak.
Right Rev. Edward W Osborn.
bishop of the diocese of Spring'uld I"
wnn i the guest of Rev Henrv J-" 15- -i
II -.ik at th. Ash Wedr.fcJ
tins . t-ning
SCFFHACBT LEADER IS GIVEN
JAIL SENTENCE OF TWO WEEKS
London, Eng., Feb. 5. Sylvia Pank
hurst. the militant suffraget leader,
was sentenced to two -weeks' impris
onment or a. fine of $10 at the Bow
street police court today. The sarre
punishment was meted out to 19 other
women who participated la the raid
on the house of commons under "Gen '
Flora Drummond on January 28, when
the women tried to force an inter
view with David Lloyd-George. Thcy
were charged with resisting the police.
CASTRO TO DINE WITH SCLZER.
New York. N. Y Feb. 5. Cipria.io
Castro, former president of Venezuela.
today accepted an invitation to tarce
luncheon with governor Sulzer at Al
. WrlKbt'a sanitary cleaning, the bes:
in 1 Paso, phone 343.
Use Domestic Coke.
South wee tern Fael Co.
Pressing, cleaning, dyeing. Wrisht.
NEAR V GROWING CITY OX
$200 an acre. 810 cash. $10 a
TOBIN REAL ESTATE
Headquarter for Land on the