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Silk Striped Voile Dresses $6.95
rrifflESE dUMon me- mde of th ww silk
JL jdiiggd voile the voile is white with
the sMt stripe m Iwwfer, "tak, ligbi blue or
navy., Sm-jt we sy Pttl dretfl. Have
lace collar sod caffs and white kid Wit, and are
finished with a row of buttons, down, the front.
A "White House value" f&i- Q
Brocaded Bedford Dreewes $6.50 ,
These as just the dwaees jro want for wear
right now. They are made of a brocaded Bed
ford, awl com in pMc, Kgfat btae d t
They have Dutch collar and cuffs of em
broidered lawn. Box pleat front, with bat
tons aU tfee way daws, and drese is finished
with white kid belt. AB. ases. A g Ef"
"WM Shh vatae" at .UU
In Toilet Articles
Bona ViTa, the Liquid Baee Powder, ia pink
or white, per bottle 50c
3& Bradley's 7ae Powder ; 18c
25c liehm ad JinkV Talesm Powder 18c
26c Menses's Tsfcw Fowdor .'...15c
75e 4711 Lotion Vegetate 33c
50c Mmhwo fee-BelPs Pace powder 36c
6e Create de Meridor 3c
5e OtampEn Liquid Pearl 38c
tfte tabes Garbdlated Vaseline 7c
25c Hail Brashes 10c
Various' stylos of fcaad aad Bail braehee, with
hardwood backs aad good bristles, worth to
Xc; Week-Jtod Special, 1 fir.
ehofoe ........ 1.VC
25c Tootli Brushes 10c
Bene handle tooth brashes, good quality, as
sorted shapes sad styles, worth to j r
age; Woek-Bod Special XUC
25c Chamois 'SMns 16c
12xlS chamois skins, for household use, good
qoaKtT aad extra soft, worfch 26c;
Week-End Special 1UI
90c Nail Buffers 49c
Large aad modi- sise sail buffers, with obosy
aad rosewood handles, vataes to 90c; A Q
35c Tooth Brushes 29c
35c Pro-phy-kwrtk tooth brashes. aU oq
styles; Week-End Special &-
$1.00 Combs 69c
Poll awe (19 loch) bard rubber combs, aU
coarse teeth, extra heavy, regular $1.W value.
Extra Week -Bad CQr
ferial r&ntoae) UJ7C
75c Ivory Trays 45c
4xl white Parisian iwary dresser trays, regu
lar 76c values; Extra Week-Bad Awf
(7 to 9 only)
16 oc bottles Peroxide, regular 35c sise; Extra
Special for Saturday Bight 1 C-
(7 to 9) 1UC
35c Packer's Tar Soap; Extra Special
Saturday sight (7, to 8)
(No telephone orders)
25e tabes Colgate's DeaUl 1 J .
Ctoam x .. IOC
35e battles Lawbertfs -fj"
TinfrrrW X 3 C
$1.1 betaes Kewhro's JQ
Berpiodo , OOC
50c BRASSIERES 39c
All regular 60c DeBevoise aad H. & W. bras
sieres, this embraces all the new Spring mod
els, will be speeial tomorrow OQ-
$1.50 BRASSIERES $1.38.
Aerienae, H. & W., DeBevoise and B. & J. bast
eoafiaers and brassieres, all sorts of models.
open frost aad back, with round, square and V
seeks, our Tegular $1.50 bras- tf-i on
sieres; Week-End Speeial P JL 0O
We wfll also offer tomorrow splendid models
ia Warner's aad C-B corsets f -f ff
attractively priced at P 1 .UU
CORSETS AT $3.00
Speeial showing will be made tomorrow of new
Spring models ia Bon Ton aad, Redfern $3.09
corsets. These have low and' medium high
busts, long aad extra long hips. They are the
best $3.00 corsets to be found anywhere.
Cuff Buttons 50c
Gold plated cuff buttons, is new de-
ngi; speeau, -
P Pir OUC
-.- -.- -.- -- ... -- -- -.- -.- v .;. .j.
.;. $. 4.
A. .... ... . .
Shooting Spray 111, Stare 111, Sack
Ellis 11L Bill Anderson 113.
Third race Selling; three-year-olds
and up; six furlongs. Sanfranor 92,
Mayerdale 97, Fraafc G. Hogan 183,
Ethel Samson) 103. Golden Agnes 13.
Quid Nunc 10S. Balronia 106, Fancy 1M,
Angelas 108, Wllhite 108, Gift 108, Dave
Fourth race Purse; four-year-oWs
and up; air furlongs. Winning Witch
100, Bachelor Girl 100, Wintergreen 105,
Upright 107, Mockler 188. Dr. Doug
erty 108. Enfield 108. Ymir 110. Cha
Fifth race Selling; tnree-year-olds
and up; five and one-half furlongs.
Koseitaire 87, King Stalwart 03, Inqu,!-
. JTUARJ9E RACK KXTRIRS .:.
. FOR. SATURDAY, MARCH 1. 4.
First race Selling; two-year-olds;
four furlongs. Stella Wart S8, Col
onel HcDougall 11, Dnke Hall 13,
Delia Mack 1M, La Estrella 103, Vir
ginia S. 103. La Rimlfai IOC, Irish Ann
110. Attica 110, "Paw 110, Benedict 113.
Second race Selling; three-year-olds
and up; six furlongs. Pretty
nale 87. Vireo 2. Ernest H. 97. Kine
Lear 105, Hugh Gray 108, Lee Harrison
II 108, Adolante 108, Galene Gale 109,
C O M P A NY
You Save Money Trading Here
100 lbs. Potatoes -j Ar Durham Creamery Butter,
10 lbs. Broken Rice, J"A Strictly Fresh Eggs,
for OUC per doz
1 gaL Sour Pickles A 6 lbs. bpecJUed
New Month hy Taking
It Will Be Real Economy to Visit "The White House" Tomorrow
IN USHERING in the new month we have exercised unusual care
in presenting seasonable items attractively underpriced. The new
month will witness many important events at "The White House.
The early date at which Easter comes will condense much buying
into a limited time. But, we are prepared. There will be no disap
pointment if you depend on the White House service.
Featuring Stylish Spring
Suits for $9.95
THE big feature for tomorrow is the showing
of stylish Spring suits at $9.95. These suite
are made of all-wool fabrics. They come in grays
and tans in novelty materials and in navy blue
serge. They are plain tailored and are the- very
latest Spring styles. The coats are nicely silk
lined. There are all sizes up to 44. Our New
York office secured these suits from the manu
facturer at a special
That is why we are
able to offer them it
the nominal price of
Bo not delay, but come tomorrow and take ad-,
vantage of this unusual offer in Spring suits.
$1.95 Hand Bags 95c
A lot of novelty and Angora seal hand bags,
plain and trimmed, moire lined, iritb. eoin purse
or vanity fittings; there are bags
in the lot worth as high as $1-95; L Hk f
Week-Ead, Special, choke SJ
$7.50 Hand Bags $3.95
A lot of high grade leather hand bags, one of
a kind. In the lot you will find genuine seal,
morocco and walnis. bags, in black and colors.
AU sorts of. shapes to choose from small,
medium and large. Lined with leather or, silk,
and have coin purse or vanity .fittings. Values
ia,ihe lot up to $7.50; ft O P-
ra Week-End Special 5ol?e3
Lace Chemisettes 2!)c
' Dainty chemisettes, in net, shadow and fancy
Vol bice, is a-iblg assortment of de- pi
signs. Have lawn body. Extra T&f
Special Saturday oSd-7
-$1.50 Short 'Chamois Gloves $1.35
Real chamois gloves, in .natural color one
clasp style, regular $1.50 gloves; f O (?
Week-Bnd Special Plo50
$3.00 Long Chamois Gloves $1.95
Real, imported chamois gloves, natural cokr,
fall 16-button length, our regular (J qp
$3.00 gloves; Week-End Special. . P 1 .JO
Long Chamolsette Gloves 50c
Eayser's imported chamoisette gloves, in white
and natural color, full 16-button C j"
length; special at. pair ....... Ol C
Week-End Sets 50c
Rubber lined, cretonne covered week-end sets,
equipped with ivory tooth brush, Sanitol tooth
powder, face powder, hair tonic and JJ f
face cream. Speeial OUC
Balkan Turbans $2:98 .
Tailored "Balkan" turbans of hand made
Neapolitan braid, trimmed with maline and
silk velvet in contrasting new Spring
shades. Week-End (O At'
Servian Turbans $2.98
Tailored Servian turbans, of hand made
silk finished hair braid, trimmed in two
toned maline with stick-up effect. Colors
are navy, brown, Nell rose and black.
Week-End Spe- tf J Q-Q
Shop by Parcel
Post All Orders
Sent Prepaid S
f eta 94, Holablrd 99, Royal Dolly 181,
Sparkette 108, Sir Alverscot 104, Lee's
jrriar J.9&, .kuit-e as.Miv.iis w, napa
Sixth race Selling; four-yoar-olda
and up; one and one-sixteenth- miles.
Sleepland 93, Bob Farley 7. Rose
vale 100, Shorty Northcut 104. Can
tem 106, Rake 10.
Note: 'Five pounds apprentice al
First race Five and one-half fur
longs; selling; maiden three-year-olds;
value 3S. Arnly (Molesworth) 110.
2 to 1, 6 to 5, 3 to 5, won. Jolly Tar
(Nathan) 117. 19 to 1. 3 to 1. 7 to 5,
second. El Sabio (Lofrus) 115, 7 to 1,
13 to 10 show, third. Time 1:18 3-S.
Bill Finn, Blue Beard. Red Rose, Mag
da B., Downland, ran.
Second race One mile; selling; four-year-olds
and up; value $300. Cale
thumpian (Groth) 1, 6 to 1, 8 to 5.
7 to 10, won. B-lck Baker (Callahan
108, 4 to 5. 1 to 3, 1- to 4, second.
Sleepland (Carter) 1VC 9 to 1. even
show, third. Time 1:46. Don En
rique, Lehigh, Wadsworth n, Gretchen
Third race Five and one'-nalf fur
longs; selling; three-year-olds and up,
value S300. High Street (Carter) 108.
9 to o. 4 to 5. 2 to 5, won. Salvage
iEurling.inie) JOS. 9 to 3. 3 to 1, 3 to
2, seeoiid. Mfcurjum (Hill) 96 3 tn 1
S to 5 show, third. Tinu 1 11 4-5. iiai
E. OVERLAND ST.
$2.00 Sweater Coats $ 1 rOO '
Women's strictly all-wool, fancy knit sweater
coats, with semi-roll collar, two pockets, come
in red, black, white, gray, navy .a 4Ta
and tan, and are regular 52-0fM 8i
values; Week-End Special H o vrvr
$1.00 Umbrellas' 79c
Our regular $1.00 umbrellas, covered with good
quality gloria, have steel rod and strong "Para
gon" frame, niee Mission handle; P
an Extra Special for Saturday only f
$1 .00 Boxes Note Paper 69c
Hurd's gilt-edged lawnette Bote paper, ia dainty
tints, nleefc boxed and sells rojai- rf
lady for" $1.00 per Box; Era fr
Week-End Speeial fS
50c Sachet Bags 35c
Dainty satin covered sachet bags, trimmed
with hand made roses, worth regularly Og
50c; Week-End Special OOC
5c Handkerchiefs 3c'
100 dozen women's and children's plain lawn
and crossbar muslin hemstitched handkerchiefs,
these are our regular 5c handkerchiefs; O .
Week-End Special O C
35c Handkerchiefs 3 for 50c
Women's all-linen handkerchiefs, embroidered
and plain, worth to 35e each; Week- Cf '
End Special 20c each, or 3 for OUC
Men's Handkerchiefs 10c
Men's extra large lawn handkerchiefs, f
narrow hemstitch; special, each JLvC
Traveling Cases 75c
Rubber lined traveling cases, good sise and well
arranged, covered with satin in pretty 7E
Dresden designs. Speeial o OC
in Spring Millinery
Bulgarian Turbans $1.98
Tailored Bulgarian turbans, made of hair
braid, trimmed, with taffeta silk. Colors
Are brown, navy, black, and black and
wniie commnauon. These hats are just
wnat is wantea lor present
wear. Week-End special.
Roumanian Turbans $2:98'
Tailored Roumanian turbans, hand made.
Colors 'are Nell Rose, pink, grav, new blHe,
navy and black. Week-End tfrt qq
Shop" by Parcels
Post All Orders
Seat Prepaid No
ney.Oldfleld Tom G.. Stexlln, tag
Lear, Godfather; Ablhu. Abe Sulpskey
Dnte. Jim Cafferata. ran.
Fourth race Five and one-half fur
i5f: Pe; three-year-olds; value
300. Weyanoke (Loftus) 113, 2 to 1.
f.ta 5' 1 to ' won- Fitagerald (Hill)
3, 7 to 1, J to 1, 7 to 10, second.
Vested Right (Carter) 102, 15 to 2, 4
to 5 show, third. Time 1:10 4-5. Con
nuht Klva, Auto Run, ran.
ifth race Five and one-half fur
longs; selling; three-year-olds and up;
value J300. Russell McGtll (Hal
sey) , 3 to 1. S to 5. 7 to 1".
won. King Stalwart (Hill) 99. 18 to 5,
8 to 6, 7 to 10, second. Quid Nunc
(Gentry) 104, 30 to 1, 6 to 1 show, third.
Time 1:10 3-5. Annual Interest, Ma
surka, Orlmar Lad, Velie Forty. Char
ley Brown, Shooting Spray, ran.
Sixth race One mile; selling; four-year-olds
and up; value $800. Acu
men (Halsey) 105. 6 to 5, 1 to 2, out.
won. Dutch Rock (Estep) 107. 16 to
5. 6 to 5. S to 5. second. Black Mate
'Hill) 107. 5 to 1. 1 to 2 show. Uiira.
Time 1.44 2-5 Rake Shorty Northcut,
Hotel Paao Del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Pao H' K.rte is open until mid
night .M. .Us ;. ried a la caue ex
c llcnt . tk f
I w Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
. New Silk Waists Selling at $2.95
NEW messaline silk waists will be offered
tomorrow at an attractive price. These
are high neck, long sleeve waists, made with
pin tucks and pleats. They come is brown,
navy and black. At the same price we also
offer new white India silk shirts, made with
Robespierre turndown collar. Attractively
priced for SfttHrday fJO QE?
New Lingerie Waists 95c
New arrivals this week in- sheer lingerie waists
will be featured tomorrow at 95c Both high
and low neck models are shown with long or
short sleeves and daintily trimmed hr'ValAnd
shadow lace. You would expect to pay ?li25.
or even more, for waists like these. Qg .
A splendid special for Saturday, embracing:
'Geisha" iaUored Tsaisis, while and' colored.
"Auto" tailored uaitls.
Madras shirts, plain white and "Bfith colored
Lingerie rvaisls, high and loJP neck ippdcls.
Madras moists, v'ftite,4an and colored -j?
These waists sell -regularly up to - . jtd
$2:50; we make them a big Week- t Hjf
End Special at, choice ;..'''
UndermusUns at 45c'
A splendid special for Week-End shoppers in
muslin underwear. This is aa immense lot of
undermuslins and embraces
Chemise -embroidery and lace trimmed.
Corset covers embroidery and lace trimmed.
Drars'ers embroidery and lace trimmed.
Slipover night goons embroidery and lace
High neck, long sleeve night go&ns.
Embroidery and lace trimmed petticoats.
"Slim Princess" petticoats &ith scalloped
These garments are nicely made, aad are worth
regularly up to 75c Extra Special .
for Week-End , Ahp
Good quality muslin drawers, extra well made,
both open and closed styles are offered, nicely
trimmed with embroidery or laee.
Our special, pair
In princess slips we offer specially good values
at 75c and 95c These slips are made of nain
sook muslin, and are trimmed in many pretty
ways with embroidery and laee- QC
Attractively priced at Toe and S O C
CREPE NIGHT GOWNS
We have a niee assortment of Japaaese crepe
night gowns These come in -all white and
with dainty; colored Jtgure. Trimmed' "witfi
lace and embroidery and scalloped. Attractive
ly priced at &e, ?ijo
$1.25 House Dresses 89c
A nice assortment of gingham aad per
cale house dresses. v Come in stripes,
checks and neat patterns, in light and"
.dark colorings. Trimmed with self and
plain material and finished with peurl
buttons. All sizes up to 46. Regular
prices are $1.00 aad $1.25; Qf
Week-Bnd Special OlC
EXTRA! - EXTRA!
White Silk Petticoats $2.35
Petticoafs made of good quality messa
line silk, with fancy flouaee. Aa Extra
, Special for Saturday only. beiBg offered
at the nominal price An or
$1.50 Challie Kimonos 95c
Long kimonos, made of cotton challie, in neat
patterns and striped effects, with border. Come
in both light and dark coloriags. Collar and
cuffs are trimmed with ruffled satin to match.
These are regular $L50 kimonos; QE
Week-End Special tOC
50c Bar Pins 25c-
New bar pins, in all sorts of styles, bjaek
enamel, fancy stone set, etc, values to r -,
50c; Week-End Speeial iOC
$1.25 Barrettes 50c
A special lot of barrettes, carved and plain bar
effects, in shell and amber, values up Cf
to $1.25; Week-End Speeial, choke OUC
$1.00 Bracelets 39c
Gold filled bracelets, plain and chased,
values to $1.00; WeeK- QCJ
End Special JjC
ILLINOIS MAX CITBS TRIVIAL
' CAUSES OF DIVORCE IS CHICAGO
Chicago, I1L. Feb. 28. "Divorcee seem
to b. grantod here because a husband 1
has a wooden leg, or because a wife
pulled htm out of bed by the whiskers,
because the wife appropriated the hus
band's percolating oogee pot or be- 1
caus a husband kept a beer saloon:
a nurse married a sick man expecting
him to die. and then sued him and se-
when he recovered.
In these words. Francis Minor Moody.
cuurtarv of the IlllnAia AAn.n.iainK
marriage and divorce, charaoterizod 1
boforo. a meeting of the Empire club
of Chicago the extent of the
t .... w viuuiHavion is
itself to remedy.
"oHce to Bank Customer..
On Monday the banks will be olosod
for tho observance of the anniversary
of Texas Independence.
State National Bank.
First National Bank.
American National Bank.
City National Bank.
Rio Grande Valley Bank Trust Co.
El Paso Bank A- Trust Co.
Vnlon Bank & Trust Co.
Commercial National Bank.
Texas Bank & Tru-t Co.
I se DoraeHtic Coke.
Southst rn Fuel Co
N addition to receioing daily the finest oysters and
fish obtainable, our Delicatessen Department of
fers during Lenta special daily menu The ever in
creasing popularity of the Delicatessen Department
should induce you to try this service.
Meat Department. '
OUR Saturday Specials are up to the Nations
standard which means the best obtainable.
Prices noted below are very much in your favor.
Choice Oven . . Veal Shoulder
Roast, per lb. . Roast, per lb.
Nations' Pure Home
5 lb. pail. -.....
Cured Bacon, lb.,1
We will also have tomorrow home dressedspring
chickens and turkeys.
9 Packages for . i 25c
With every-$2 order, for Saturday only, we will sell
9 packages of Uneeda Biscuits for 25c
Phone Us Your Order.
I 408 Wyoming St
CONVIOrBD OFFICIALS MAY BE
REELECTED BY lltOVtVORKBRS
Samuel Gompers Expresses Belief Men
Convicted of Conspiracy In Dyna
mite Plot Are Innocent.
Indianapolis, InL. Feb. 28. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Federation of Labor, held a confer
ence with Frank M. Ryan and eight
other officials of the. International
Bridge and Structural Ironworkers
who were convicted at the recent
"dynamite conspiracy trial here. Pre
cautions were taken to make the con
ference secret- Guards were placed at
the doors -and only those who could
show credentials as delegates to the
Ironworkers' convention were permit
ted to attend.
Mr. Gomeers declined &tr to make
known what took place except to say
that he had expressed a belief, that all
of the 38 mtt confined in the federal
penitentiary at Leavenworth. Kas.. as
conspired toward the McNamara dyna
mite plots were innocant.
He said in addressing the Iron
workers' delegates that he told the
men he was confident the United States
circuit court of appeals would grant
Frank M. Ryan, who received a sen
tence of seven years, and who pre
sided over the session, addressed by
Gompers. is a candidate for reelection.
Several daya ago whoa plans for re
organising the union came up at the
convention, the delegates decided to
defer action until Mr. Gompers had ad
dressed them. Mr. Gompers's expres
sions of confidence In Ryans. as presi
dent, John T. Butler, et Buffalo, as
vice president, and Eugene A. Clancy, of
San Francisco; Phlllpp A. Cooley. of
New Orleans; Mitchell J. Young, of
Boston, and Frank C Webb, of New
York, as members of the executive
aoai. was said by the delegates to
strengthen the probability that their
men would be reelected. The election
will not be held for several days.
MBf CONTEMPLATING MARRLVGE
MUST HAVE HEALTH CERTIFICATE
Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 28. The pure
marriage bill was passed by the state
senate, amonded to make It necessary
oaly that men who contemplate becom
ing married shall present a certificate
of physical health.
Hotel Paso del Nerte.
The dining room and rUl of .Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight
Meals served a la carte. Excellent service.
T " " " . . .
TLse- Domestic Coke.
Southwi't-rn Fuel Co.
Hens, per lb.
Just received a ear of Northern.
Seed Potatoes, Harlr Ecd
Triumph Burbanks, Early Eose
and Irish Ceblers.
Write for prices.
E. P. Kepiey Co.
CALIFORNIA IS CONVICTED
OF MURDER AT SALEM. MiASS.
Salem. Mass., Fab. 28. William A
.' ot. Stokton. Calif., was found
guilty of the murder of George E.
Marsh, of Lynn.
.. Dorr exhibited Mttte emotion when
the verdict of murder ia the first de
gree was read. His faeo paled a lit
e,!h, Broscles of -has Jaw tightened
.,Ut.U J,ad hto kBd8 gripped the
rail In front of the . prisoner's cage,
but he recovered, in a moment and sat
down quietly. ,
under the law, soatenoe cannot be
pronounced for days, with in which
f6.. e attorneys th defence are
privileged to file axoeittiona. Tbe Jury
was out about two aotirs.
Use Domestic Uoke.
Southwestern Fspl Oo.
$7 and $1U
Suits & Overcoai
$15 Clothes Shop
107 SVV NTONIO ST.
Harris Krapp, Prop.
Phones 1571 &1572 1