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Week-End Specials and May White Sale Values
yOUR visit here tomorro w will be an interesting one. In addition to May White Sale values throughout the store, our Wee-End Specials
are exceptionally attrac live. The Millinery Department, too, holds a sale of hats and unlrimmed shapes that is truly phenomenal.
, EKJRA SPECIAL!
Silk Petticoats $150
Pongee Siik Coats $4.95
Good fuabty muniiline and soft taffeta petticoats, with deep
fancy flounce. Gome in every wanted shade, inctuding the
new fa nek, Sell rose, old rose and the pastel shades, also'
black. .Extra Special Saturday only,
CUwtt eae to a CH4er.)
Long Siik Kimonos $2. 79
IjoRg teoats of genuine pongee, belted style, Tery suitable for
, xuiomobiling and traveling. Button high up on the neck or
in 'rever erfect. Hare brown satin collar and cuffs, larro but.
i tens and pateh pockets. Begular ?9.S& values; rtjj nr to aatek. Extra Special Saturday only, 0 q
Week-End Special $4.55 -; : "" V " ' V
r (Limit one to a customer.)
Lone kimonos made of fancy silk, Empire and loose styles,
very nice for traveling. Come in large and snail designs, in
both light and dark colors, and are trimmed witfc plain silk
tfwmi&r Wash Dresses
Xeat vasit dresses, jn junior sises only. Some Made of linene...
m natunil linen color, trimmed with pkfoe. Others made of
ambra;r, in red and blue. Begular values up
to $2.9a, (Veek-End Special.
xLawn Kimonos 95c
FdU iengO idmamm made of fancy tarn, Xmpire and
styles, n fancy and plain lawn borders; Week
Any $3,95 Gingham Dress In
Stock for $2.45
Tomorrow, as an Extra Special, we offer our very large
assortment of ?S.&5 gingham dresses at choice for ?2.46.
TAese dresses come in stripes, cheeks, plaids and plain
colors; trimmed -with embroidery, pique, pearl buttons
and self trimmed. Particular attention is ealted to
dresses of "crinkled" gingham, in striped effects. All
sines in the assortment, and all colors both light and
dart;. 'Saturday only, you have choice &0 A C
GOBBET 0OVSSS 15c
Wool Skirts $1.45
Neat plain tailored skirts, high girdle, ih gray mixtures, esual
to Ute ordinary 5.W Talue; Extra Special "taabr-J t -j A j-
Wash Skirts 79c
Our regular Doe white wash skirts, made of heavy linene,
which launders like linen. Several styles to eheose from,
high girdle effects, made with panels and pleats.
May White Sale Special
Cambric xtuslin cosset severs, trim
med with lace; Extra Spe
QOESKT COTOBS 39c
Cumin ic waists cutset eoveas, trim
med with Torehon lace, embroidery
and-rlbbon; Sxtia Gpeeml
35c DRAWERS 25c
"Muglm dwwxata. open and dosed
series, ome tnmmed with salnsook
eaibrpidery and tucks, otters with 4
of laee insertion and scalloped
-oshtes 'to S5e; Extra. Special
May Whe Sale, ty -
S8c DRAWERS 33c
MhsIhi dtaujc, iaee and embroidery
trimmed, others tucked wifii seal
loped edy,,repdar 60c values; Extra
Special may Wjute fjate, on
Iia petticoats, full width
trimmed with deep
flounce 'fA Hamburg embroidery, val
ues to J1.09; Extra Special JQ
Kay White Sale OifC
Our xepular Jjle mbed vests; Kay
White kfe Spa- Q
cuu. ; .. oC
Our regefar eess-; May -j-
White Btfleseeml J, IC
Our regular 30c vests, made f Sea
Thnd enftton. finely wwven; ;("
May TTfcfte ale .Special. ll3C
Gauze lisle vests, fine and sheer, sell
regularly for 2Se; Kay -I Q
White S-Ic SneriaJ . . . J. c7 C
A few odd maes of fine hale thread
vests, tiie famou e "Swis" brand.
worth up to "76c eaeh; Spe
A One Hundred Hat Sale
Stylish Millinery at Almost
As We have previously announced, we will offer lomorroib phe
nomenal values m millinery , the big Hem bang a special purchase of
100 hats. In addition, we have selected other items thai are in
keeping with the one hundred hat item. We want to emphasize thai
there are no imaginary values in this sale, but everything is just as
noted. The Arcade display fully carries out this advertisement and a
visit viR easily convince you that these are the most remarkable milli
nery values ever set forth m El Paso.
$12.00 Fisk and Gage Tailored Hats for $1.48
We have 100 Ksk and Gage tailored hats
which we secured at a fraction of their value
and, offer them to our customers in the same
way. Had these hats been bought in a regular
way they would sell for $5.00 to $12.00; they
will be on sale tomorrow, until gone, at
High grade tailored hate, from
Phipps. Bnrgesser. Atchison, Castle
ami other well known makers, val
ues up to $30.00;
100 Fisk hand blocked hemp shapes,
values up to $.M;
Jnst 50 new Freaeh
pattern hats, worth
from $50.00 ts $100;
on sale Saturday at
prices ranging $30J00
Real English Milan shapes,
fine quality, natural color
Rajah silk Curzman sailors, trim
med with Bulgarian band, colors
green, brown, blue, champagne, etc,
$5.00 values; choice to- rf -g rr
$1.25 PARASOLS 75c
Plain white linene parasols, have nar
row hemstitched border, neat Mis
sion handles, regular $1.25 values;
May White Sale Spe- 7K
eiaf O C
$1.50 PARASOLS 95c
A splendid assortment of white par
asols, plain and embroidered, the very
newest shapes. Included in this as
sortment are parasols with solid em
broidery, also those with eyelet em
broidery, and some with heavy laee
insertion. Regular $1.50 values;
Extra Special Satur- r r?
$5.00 PARASOLS $3.95
Very dainty parasols of embroidered
marquisette with sky blue and green
linings, regular ?.0 val- $ Q Q r"
ues; May White Sale.. PJ.VO
15c WHITE HOSE 9c
White lisle hose, with reinforced
heels, toes and garter tope, our reg
ular 15c hose; May White Q
Sale Special, pair. 7 C
50c GLOVES 38c
Long white chamoisette gloves, 2
ektsps at wrist, a regular 9c glove;
Extra Special May White O
Sale, pair OOC
(Limit three pair.)
$1.50 BASSIERES 75c
Odds and ends of brassieres, laee and
embroidery trimmed, front and back
fastenings, values up to $1.50; May
White Sale Spe- ry
50c PATENT BELTS 25c
Patent leather belts, all kinds, Buster
Brown and straight, plain and fancy,
2 and 2 1-2 inches wide. Come in red,
white, pink, gold, silver, black, gray,
blue, brown, etc. All sises. "Worth
regularly up to 5ftc; Week- r p
End Special, ehoiee ZOC
All 25c Toilet Goods 18c
Smiay e offer all regular 25c teefef goods ml 18c
TsfKjwaj idea of the many things yott can
buy here tomorrov for 18c (north 25c) 9e mention
TWooatimj-u Facte! neap.
4 c botHfn Xdetertae
SaaMel Face Cream
licfaa & Flnk' Talnua
Woodhuid Violet Face
Roger & GaUefs Face
Ivle Fmc FKdr
Colgate's Toilet Water
Bradley4 Violet fVltefa
age Jars Nail Ksaael
Dr. Ly-ea Tooth PoTrder
S oars Fairy Soap
SBifcoH Taleasa Powder
All Day Saturday
56c Bulk Perfumes, all odors,
at, per ounce 33c
5e Metba Cleansing Cream
2mt Packer's Tar Soap (limSf
1 cake) ..16c
$1.00 sine Lambert's Lieierine
(limit 1 battle) 68c
59c Nor Spi (limit 1 bottle)
House Dresses $lmM
Saturday JNight 7 to 9
Dresses made of fancy percales, ginghams and other wash
fabrics, in light and dark colors.' 'They are well made and
there is a variety of styles to select from. 8ome have dust
cap to match. All sises. Regular 1M Tables;
Extra Special Saturday 7 to 9
(Limit one to a easterner.)
The Tango Coat
Newest Spring Creation
KThe very latest Spring creation is the Tango oat.
This is a hip length silk coat. We show these coats
at $4.95 and ?9.95. At ?4.95 we show one model in
black and white shepherd cheeked messaline with wide
wT-i'Vfc,.M "T" ribboa; edRes aBd "
also finished with velvet ribbon. Another model in
cloth of gold with bkek ribbon. At 8.u5 we offer Tango
coats of satin duchesse, in navy, black and. Copenhagen,
w . uiiougftout with fancy colored
We extend a cordial invitation to every one -ho is
interested in neu fashions to see the very newest of
all the Tanso coal.
"The Store of Service"!
NEGRO KILLS TWO
MEN AT FT. "WORTH
"atrolman 9cMtree. Vetera of Ft
orth Foree Is Oae of the Victims
Stayer Tries to Baa Life.
Ft Worth. Tex., May 1. Tommy Lee,
. negro bootblack yesterday shot dead
ratrolman Ogiltree, a veteran of the
ocal police force, and Walter Moore.
v negro, and shot and severely wounded
avld CoKon. Harold Mnrdock and an
amdentilied negro. He then crawled
nto a sewer, where be was pursued
v a mob of 2000 people and shot him
lf The trouble started when Lee fired
ipon a negro with whom he had
married This excited him and he ran
pa negro pool hall and killed Moore,
he policeman was killed when he at
empted to arrest Lee. The negro
hen ran through the streets firing at
hose who tried to stop him.
A companj of state militia was or- i
Is to Be Seen Here
r ,7 ;nr( now centers m the graduates, and it this connection 9e
call particular attention to our splendid slock of sbppers and pumps
suitable for CommencemmL We show aU the nemtl ideas v. while
buck ond canvas as veil as patent leather. Considering the high quality
of the shoes we sell and the careful attention We &e fe fating, oW
prices witt. be found most reasonable.
SPECIAL NOTE The boy graduates will also
find here everything they need in the way of footwear.
204 San Antonio Street
Home Djcessed Hens 20c
Boston Pork Roast . - 17 l-2c
Veal Shoulder Roast .or 17 l-2c
Loin Mutton Ghops .... 171-2c
Home Cured Bacon (whole strip) 25c
Nations' House Rendered. Lard, 5 lb. Pail. .75c
Blue Yailey Butter, Regular Price 35c
HOME DRESSED TURKEYS
SPRING CHICKENS j
FRESH STRAWBERRIES AND CHERRIES.
- FRESH TOMATOES
ERESH EGG PLANT
FRESH BELL PEPPERS
A CH tMOIS" THE BEST 93,00 1
With Eaeh SaM.
THE $15 CLOTHES SHOP
HIRRIS KRIPP. Prop.
107 -an ntonio street.
dered out to guard the Jail to which
Lee was taken. It was feared that the
men and boys who had gathered In
numbers would attempt to lynch the
While a portion of the mob was as
sembled about the front of the jail, a
number of men battered in a rear door.
They were repulsed by prison guards.
One man was struck by a brick sad
The militia has been distributed In
commanding positions to repel any at
tack that mignt be made.
The negro Lee is still alive, but is
believed to be mortally wounded.
Rioting resulted in considerable
property damage in the negro section
of the cit, practically every house on
East Ninth street occupied by negroes
teing iv recked.
Big fires fed principally by liquors
ami trash were started early today by
snail ciowds but the activity of th
police and property owners prevented
the flames trom gaining any headway.
C. B. STEVENS TO SHIP
CATTLE KROJI ARIZONA.
Charles B. Stevens left Truraday af
ternoon for Nogales, Aria., where he
will superintend the loading of the
last shipment of cattle from his
ranch there which he has sold. He
will return Monday.
For W eakaeim and Lom of Appetite
The Old Standard general strengthening
ton'c GROVE'S TASTELESS chill
TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds
up the system A true tonic and sure
Appetizer For adults and children. 50c,
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Jackson, Presiding.
R. L. Adkins vs. Atchison, Topeka, &
Santa Fe company, suit for $50,000; on
John J. Rochelle vs. Bl Paso & South
western eompany et aL, suit for $10,000
damages for personal injuries; filed.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. 31. Walthall, Presiding.
J. D. Sykers vs. 1 Paso A South
western company, suit for damages; on
K. B. McCIintock, PrestdlHff.
Selfridge-Bliss Cursan company vs.
H. L. Clark, suit on account tor $40;
judgment for defendant.
J. J. Murphy, Presiding.
X A. Hernandez, charged with at
tempted arson; held to grand jury in
sum of $500
Mittie Walker, charged with assault;
fined $5 and costs.
Bobbie Richardson and WiU Walker,
charged with disturbing the peace;
each fined $5 and coats.
Julian Aguirre, charged with mali
cious mischief; fined $100 and costs.
Monition Notice is hcrebv given that
there have been seized in this collection
district 'or iolation of the customs
laws one bav mare one buggy and 1
one set lurnuj,, v nch -nill u, sold in
f-ont of the Custom House. El Paso.
Te-sa s.' ! oelock a m . Slav J4. 1913
i v m inimnp the sa! ie is required
' i - w ih'n ttf time iire" ribf-d
L. t- i ( ,llu',
ARE YOU INSURED?
Many of the an for tu nates of last
night's fire did not have one cent of
insurance and the reason was that they
had put it off until too late. Do not
do likewise, but call on A. P. Coles &
Bros., and secure insurance at once in
the leading companies of the world.
DUAL EXISTENCE OF CHICAGO
CLAIRVOYANT REVEALED TO JURY
Cnieago, UL, May 16. Interesting
evidence of the operations of Charles de
Alvandros, alleged leader of the clair
voyant ring now under investigation,
nas. been presented to the grand jury.
According to state's attorney Hoync,
de Alvandros led a dual existence, pos
ing as a lawyer and operating as a seer.
ob a lawyer ne naa an on ice aowntown;
as a clairvoyant he was said to have
maintained three mystic parlors in
which he appeared. disguised to those '
who Lad met him in his capacity as an '
atuiruey. jis a lawyer, ne is alleged to
nave directed his victims to consult the
seer. Then he is said to have disguised
himself and appeared as the seer. Thus
he was able to make surprising dis
closures to his victims.
He is said to hae acted as chairman
of weekl" meetings held by clairvoyants
where the "white envelope fund" was
contributed for distribution to the poli
ticians and detectives who protected
State's attorney Hoyne said:
"I have direct evidence of collusion
between police officials and criminals;
that is, direct connection, without a go
between, and none of them will escape
lines as the Kohlberg house with a
stucco tlnish and a red tile foot The
interior of the garage was decorated
in green and the lunch was served to
the guests who were seated at two
long tables while a Mexican guitar
player sang Spanish songs in th3
moonlight under the window.
You owe it to yourself to
Iook oyer our line of
hand tailored suits De-
ore buying your spring suit.
e are discontinuing our
department and these
the prices we put on all
'ts $21. 50
$20 & $22.50 su
$35 & $40.00 sw
Coal T the Cheapest This Month.
Best Gallup lump (American block
coal) In three ton lots, $6 50 per ton.
Best Swastika lnnp from Sugarlte
mine J6 50 per ton Discount on three
ton (lelne-ie Has no equal for econ
m will not ios- iwii-l.t i- lack
V" le "31
hoiithvresirrn Tuel ( vmiifiir,
DEDICATES NEW GARAGE
WITH PARTY TO FRIENDS
Garage housewarmlngs are the new
est automobile wrinkles in EI Paso
Tht N-were introduced by Walter Kohl
0,"g, v""0 Invited a number of his j
friendb to help him properly dedicate
his nev garage just completed in th I
rar of uh Kohlberg home on Wt st
V iin ir' in 1 i nii tiefts Th
y if f thf t attrartH ,
"i t i ,.kv it IS tuiU wi'li Hi at I
A Torpid liver is a fine field
for the Malarial Germ and it
thrives wonderfully. Tha cer
tain result in mch. cases is a
spell of Chills.
Zs a PoTrerfel Chill Tonic audi
It nuts the liver in health v.
Vigorous condition and cures
the chills by destroying the
disease germs which infest the
system. Herhlne is a fine anti
periodic medicine, more effec
tive than the syrupy mixtures
that sicken the stomach: be-
cause it not only kills the dis
ease germs, hut act 3 effeetlvelv
in tne liver, stomach and bow
els, thus putting the system in
condition to successfully resist
the usual third or seventh day
return of the chilL Herblne is
A cleansing and invigorating
ucujtHue xur lira waoie uouy.
Price 50c per Bottle.
1 5JamesF.Ba.,nrd,Prop. St. Louis, Mo.
Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing j
ointment for Sore Eyes.
8t :wn (S-
H -- H. CREENBEfQ H
"Strings far Mttt"
H SHELDON HOTEL BUILDING OPPOSITE POSTOPFKE. S
"We give special attention to all mail orders.
Ieb W 1 COMPANY
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
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