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Albuquerque morning journal. [volume] (Albuquerque, N.M.) 1903-1926, February 11, 1912, EDITORIAL SECTION, Image 11

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The New Dress Trim
mings and Laces
We have just opened advance arrivals
of the 1912 Dress Trimmings-real won
ders' in exquisite fabric art and delicacy
-more wonderfully conceived and skill
fully created, it seems to us, than, ever
before. They represent our very careful
selections from the best foreign and do
mestic lines, WE, KNOW THEY WILL
PLEASE YOU. WILL YOU COME AND
SEE?
1 1 life- IX!
Charming Exhibit of
New Foulards
First Important Showing of
1912 Patterns
When ynii see these new fabrics you will wlUI
njtly Brunt (hut foulard deserve nil of the decided
popularity accorded them In recent seasons, hnd
It Is predicted tli.it fur the approaching irprlnw
tind Summer they will stand still hltihcr In East
ern favor, ruuhirds nr 2:1 Inche wlilo ut K5V,
$l.no it ml $1.25 ; jii ni.
Bordered & All-Over Foulards
AVe also auk your attention to our openliiK dls
liltiy of bordered und ullover effects showing a
Uirtre collection of French Faconne Foulards, dou
ble width, ut $2.(10, $2.50 iiinl $3.00 per yard.
TOMORROW
- THE WEEK - OF - THE - E
COM BTS
L FEBRUARY - SALE
of all new White Goods, new Wash Laces, new Embroideries, including all kinds of Household Goods, such as Sheets, Pillow Cases, Bed Spreads, Towels, Table Linens, Etc., Etc., and we anticipate that it
will prove to be one of the greatest in Albuquerque's history. Our supremacy in this line is unquestioned, and women within a radius of many miles recognize this as the logical supply center for merchandise
of this character. The vast assortments we offer and the great values we give have come to be a by-word and all femininity is intensely interested when the word goes around that THE ECONOMIST is going
to have their Great White Sale. ' '
Embroideries
(See Our Window Display.)
This showing embraces the production of almost every embroidery-making
country. We have itone direct to the makers and selected the finest and
itiopt artistic effects produced, either by machine or handwork.
The variety of patterns and designs is nlmoBt without limit fill lieautiful
ly executed on fine cloths ready tomorrow morning for your inspection and
choosing.
Our advertisement and window display can, at best, serve only as a sug
gestion of tho miiKnll'Icent run-tee In beautiful conceptions.
Kvery piece is marked to represent considerably more than usual value
for the price.
INHKllTIOXM Duinllly embroidered: n wonderful assortment; yard, 10c, l.V,
30c, 2.V, 35c, .'(, (I.V. 75c, 91.00, $1.25, $l.r0 upwards.
Il.XDIXJS From the dainty narrow little effects to the choicest and most
elaborate designs. Yard 10c, I5 20c, 2."c, 35o, 50! upwards to $1.50.
VKIXIXGS Delicate, yet strongly made little veinings, for finishing a variety
of garments. Yard 5c. c. He, 10c, 15c, 21k- anil 25c.
COHSKT CXIVKU KMHICOIDKItlKS Many novel eflecls, beautifull made; a
great variety. Yard 25 35c, 50c, 75c.
DKMI ILOIXCIXfiS Kxceplional values nt, yard, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00.
Al.l.OVK.It.S Artistically made In combinations of Valenciennes or Haby Irish
lace Insertions; beautiful patterns. Yard O.V, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75, $2.00 and upwards to $10.00.
SIATC'IIFl) JIAI1Y KKTS Dainty and artistic creations, perfectly In harmony
with the tiny garment for the little mites of humanity. Patterns are In
vines, scrolls, flowers, etc. Yard 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75o and up
wards to $5.00.
'45clnch Flounclngs for downs. This Is our most extensive showing of these
goods. There is a great variety of designs in all wanted cloths; Voiles,
Marquisettes. Crepes, Nainsook and Swiss, both embroidered In white or colors.
Yards $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $1.00, $5.00 upwards to $15.00.
MAT(.'ltKI SKI'S A hundsome line of novelties In matched sets; Swiss, Nain
sook, liatiste and Cambric; beautifully made in best qualities of cloths.
Yard 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and upwards to $5.00.
COMTLETE EMHOITEHET HOVE TA.TTEHJVS
Examine this beautiful, entirely new line. All ready to put together, in
cluding the r.klrt, material ofr the waist and sleeves to match the skirt. All .
beautifully embroidered. A large variety of patterns In white and various
colors. These robes are from the best makers of St. Gall and will lie shown
Monday. Each $10.00, $12.50. $15.00, 1H. .,!, $20.00, $25.00.
WA.SHLA.CEJT
J-'IM'M'H VAI.KXOKXNKS LACKS Dninty and beautiful little edges and In
sertions in matched sets at, per dojsen yards, 25c, 35c, 5tc, (l.V, "5c, $1.00
and upwards to $1.00.
CLVXY AXI 1IKAVY TOUCIIOX LACKS These laces will be very largely
used In the coming season for trimming Waists and Gowns. We have
provided them in liberal quantities and varieties of Insertions in all widths.
They are offered in the sale at very special pries, ranging at, pr yard, 10c,
12 l-2c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c and upwards to $1.00,
SPECIAL EMUHOIDEHIES
Arrangd In lots for your convenience, consisting of Rroken and Matched
Sets, Flouncings, Etc. ,
Lot No. 1 Lot No. 2 Ixt No. 3 Lot No. 4
5ojd. 10cd. 12 1-2c yd. 15c yd.
L"t No. 6 Lot No. 7 Lot No. g Lot No. 1
25c yd. 2c yd. 35c yd. 50c yd.
TABLE
LINENS
.18
.59
15
.25
.115
.15
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.75
.75
Lot No. 6
lc yd.
Lot No. 10
75c d.
See them on our
Many of these are worth more than double the lot price.
center tables.
WASH LACES
We ore prepared for this sale with a remarkable gathering of dainty, yet
serviceable laces of all kinds. Such as English Torchon. Uarmen Torchons.
Keal Linen Torchon, Piatt and Normandy Valenciennes. Also a big assortment
of French and German Vals, In broken sets. All are arranged In lots for four
conveniences as follows:
Lot No. 1 Lot No. I Lot No. 3 Lot No. 4 Lot No. 5
Ittc (loz. 3.V do. ftllc (fox. 75c dux. H do.
Lot No. 6 Lot No. 7 Lot No. 8 Lot Xi. Iit No. 10
$1.25 dos. $1.60 do. $1.05 doz. $2.25 doz. $2.50 doz.
(l.V r.lcai-ucd Damask, 02 Inches
w idc
7.V Mcrcerisied Damuhk, 73 in.
wide
$ l.r.O Iiliacbed Duinusk. (IS to
70 Inches v. id.' 1
$l.r0 German llleach Damask,
inches wide t
$ T. tUriuhed Damask, 72
im lies He 1
Napkins
f l.r.O Kliachcd Napkins, sale
price $
$-'.(Mi ltleachcd Napkins, sale
pci- 1.
$:i.r0 Slbu ltleachcd, all linen,
sale mice 2.
J 4. .Ill Sibil lilcachcd, all linen,
sale 'price '3.
Linen Crashes
Hleached or unbleached. All lines
reduced.
Itegular price 1 2 'i-. ; sale price Oct -llcgulur
price 11c and l.V; sale
juice 11c
Itegular price 10c; sale price 12 l-2c
Cotton Crashes
7c bleached or imicleached Twill
Crash , , . . 5C
10c blein lied Toweling, for, yard 7c
Glass Toweling ,
, i:.ular 1 0f : wile price 7 l-2!
J ; . j-; 1 1 1 1 1 r 12;nc a I ii : sale price 10c
Scalloped Cloths
?i'...' il N-4 Hound Scalloped Cloth;
Sale Price . . . . ; . $5.35
7..".(l U-4 Itiiiiiitl Scallopel Cloth;
Sale Price 1 KO.OtT'
' Hemstitched Cloths
$l.r. i, 72 by '.in inches. Hem
stitched Cloth; Sale Price .. $3.50
Hemstitched Table Cloths
2 yards, 2'j yards and 3 yards long
with one ibi'.eu napkins to match at
Hii. 00. i-7 I , SO.Od and SI 2. .SO.
Pattern Table Cloth
2 anls, 2 -j yards ami 3 yards lung,
with one dozen napkins to match
Ht $.'1.50 cadi and up.
Lunch Napkins
llHiustitchcd and Scalloped Styles nt
following reduced prices:
t.'I.r.ll value 4.Dil alile $8.00 valua
Xow $2.70 Now $:l.:0 Now $1.50
Lunch Sets
Containing 1 cloth, 45 by 43 Inches,
and bait dozen napkins to match;
Special S:t.H.-.
. .cloth oti by uf. iiu hi s, with half doz
en napkins, value $3.T,0; Special $2.9H
Special on Towels
Consisting a big lino of Hemstitched
Jluek TowcN in various designs. Size
by Jii. itwiicH. Selling regularly ut
75c, file anil SI. Oil each; choice of
any in tin' lot: Special, each .... 50c
Bath Mats
$ 1 . 7 ." value, size 47 by 72; Palo
Price $1.25
$2.r,) value, size f0 by 72; Pale
Price $2.00
Other itl.i k at K.V, 75c mill 65c each.
WHITE
LINENS
JSC-inch Shirt Waist Linens In n fine
quality. Even Hound Thread, ns ful
fill!' value, 3(1 Inches .
(l.V value, 36 inches .
7:V value, 36 Inches .
$1.00 value, 3G Inches
3Hc
IHc
412c
72c
54-inch Linen For Suits
1.00 value, 54 Inches
0c value, 64 inches .
80c
75c
27-inch Suiting Linen
This grade Is very much used for
Suits.
$1.75 grade, 72 inches wide ....$1.30
$1.50 grade, 72 Inches wide $I.1H
Plain Linen Damask
72 inches wide, $2.0(1 value; Sale v
price $1,415
26 inches wide, "5c value; Pale
price 3
SHEETS, SHEETINGS AND
PILLOW CASES
(OC Maiuliml Urn ml Only.)
Ready-Made Sheets
We carrv the celebrated Wnni-
utte, liuliiht Anchor, Atlantii) and
I'eppcrcll Sheets. In Pillow Cases
we carry Invlviht Anchor. Peppercll
jind Fruit ol the loom brands. AH
i .'me specially priced for this sale and
we quote Peppercll sheets and pillow
cases as follows, so you can Jililpo ii'
our values:
!(lx!ll Inches, sale price
Xlxiti) inches, sale price
72x!IO inches, sab) price,
BSx'tO inches, sale price
54x1(0 Inches, sale price,
42 by 36 Inches, pillow
45 by 36 Inches pillow i
f.O bv 3fi inches pillow
50 by SS'i Inches pillow
Scalloped lUlgc llllow
. .45 by 36 Inches, 50c
each 72 l-2c
each 417 l-2e
each 2 l-2c
each 57 l-2c
each IHc
aaes, each 1 lt
uses, each l(lc
uses, each 1M!
cases, e i. 20c
ii scs Sizes
value at 3!c
II. niMIK bill Tucked Pillov CascM,
Anchor Itrand -Size. 4 5 by 36, regu
lar 37 Vie value, 30c: size, 00 by 36,
regular 40c value, 33c.
Embroidered Bed Sets
Containing 1 large sheet, embroid
ered and 2 large size embroidered pil
low cases, hemstitched and of a fine
grade, of sheeting, I Inches.
Kegular values $5.50; Sale Price $1.15
Crib size, embroidered sheet and pil
low case set. size 45 by 72; pillow 32x
27, $3.50 value ' $2,415
Hand Embroidered Huck
Towels
A large line of Humidor Huck lin
en towels, hand embroidered on one
end and heinsl Itched or scalloped on
other end. Kegular $1.25 value l 85c
White Goods
All fashion nulhoritles agree that this will be an exception White Good?
season and with this fuel In view we have made thorough preparation to meet
tlm demands. We show all the new fabrics. Heavy and semi-heavy fabrics
will be Used pi iiiciiailly for skh ts or com suits, j 1 i u t w and wide cord effects
being much in evidence. Voiles will bit very popular fur entire d reuses and
waists on account of the soft ntul clinging effect. Uur collection chows tho wid
est possible ruirge of both foreign and domestic fabrics for street and evening
gowns, both In plain materials and embroidered effects. Also materials for
undermusllns, gowns and waists in many fabrics.
Il A I.IOY-For hard service. Made of long selected eotlon. Per
yard . 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c, 20c, 25c.
Pl'.ltSI AV LAW S Fine soft grade of a superior grades, tier yard
, l.V, 25c, 35c and 50c,
14TTK1 NWISKKS These will he one of the leading fabiicvs of the season.
iur showing Is most comprehensive. Per yard Ittc, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c,
$1.00 and $1.25.
I'AISIS LAW XS An Ideal fabric for evening gowns and graduation dresses,
ll Is soft and clinging and r.heer and beautiful In effect, 45 Inches wide.
Per jard 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
KLAXON Queen of Fabrics. Suit und wiry effects, in plain white, stripes
ii ml checks. A large variety? Per yard l.V, llc, 25c and 35c
t'llKCKKI IH.MITIKS A beautiful fabric for waists and for Infants' and
children's dresses In checks and stripes. Per yard l.V, 20c ami 25c
4 111.4 K X.MSlOK For waists, apons and children's dresses. Excellent val
ues at, per yard l'c, 12 l-2c and 15c
VOIl.lv One of the fabrics that Is bound to be a leader this season. Soft and
clinging, with a beautiful draping effect for evening or reception gowns
and dresses. We show a remarkable variety of qualities, 40 laches wide;
exceptional values at, yard 25c, 35c, 50c, 75e, and $1.00
I'ltJI'KK one of the prime favorites for tho coming season for skirts snd two.
piece milts. ' Tills 'pretty fabric has again come Into lis own. Cords or
welts In all sizes. Fashion favors the heavier weaves this season; we have,
them priced by the yard at 25c. 35c. 50c, (15c, 75c and $1.00.
HIPPLI vn l Suit, clingy w hite fabric for underwear. An Ideal fabric, 2H
Inches wide ut only, yard 15c
WHITE QUILTS A FEATVRE AT THiS SALE
SCAI.I.4PI.I spiti:is.
84x04. regular price $2.75, for
each $1.0$
lllvXMI D M KSI II I I S
ROxOO, regular price $3.5t, for
each $2.08
i i:i(.i i m i;si ii.i i s
K Kxitfi, cut corners $4.50 value.
for : $.1.50
IIKMMCD NAT IX SPKKADS
NSxftS, regular price $4.50, for,
each $3.50
li(l(.l.l WD M AI.MIPI l
SOx'Mi, regular price $.1.75, for $2.75
lie. x Hi 4, regular price $5.00, for $3.75
11)0x100, regular price $6.00, for $1.00
i: IIHK STM K 4F IlKDSPIl KAIS, AI.SO C lllll SPIU'.ADS
IXCLl li;i A T KALI'S I'll 14 JX.
BATH TOWELS
Pleached and I'nbleachcd, nt Special reductions
12V4o values; sale price 8 l-2c 35c values;
J5ci values; sales price Ill Tide values;
20c values; sale price Kit 65c values;
25c values: sale price 22 l-2c 75c values;
Our entire stock of linen towels. Damask and Hacks Included In this
sale at Special Sale Prices.
hi:mmi:i emit iii:ti:i 4 lilts
7Sxn6, regular price $1.25, for
each -UH
72XNO. regular price $1.40, for
each l-l
SOxNfi, regular juice $1.75, for,
each 1 . -18
I KIV(.I.I, (IT lOltNKUS
72nS, regular price $1.1(0, for,
each !
S4x'.6, regular price $2.00, for,
each A"
itoxftx, regulur price $2.50, for,
euch 9.00
sale price
sale price
sale price,
sale price
. . .27c
. . .380
. . .48c
. . .60c
LONG CLOTHS
10-yard pieces,
10-ynrd pieces,
12-yurd pieces,
12-yard pieces,
12-yard pieces,
12-).ird pieces,
$1.35 value at
$1.75 value at .
$2.00 value, at
$2.50 values at
$2.75 values at
$3.00 values at
. .$1.05
. . . 1.35
$1.50
$ 1 .145
$2.25
$2.70
SEA ISLAND NAINSOOK
All 12-Yard Pieces
$.1.50 values, sale pile ....
S3. 25 values, sale price ,,
$.1.00 values, sale price ....
$2.75 values, sale price ....
$2.50 values, sate price ....
IMPORTED ENGLISH NAINSOOKS
45lnches wide, made of an Kxtra Quality Cotton
12-yard pieces, regular value $3.75: sale price
12-rd pieces, regular value $3.50 stile price
, . .$2.85
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, . .82.50
, . . 2.35
, . .$2.20
, .$.1.00
. .2.75
THE PRETTY
EXPENSIVE NEW WAISTS FOR SPRI
Our purchases were made from the best Waist Manufacturers employing the best designers in the cast, and
we can assure every purchaser that these are the latest word in waist styles. All are as pretty and fine
as nice materials, dainty laces and embroideries and good designs can make them. All sizes, and every one
new and fresh. Women of refined taste are sure to be delighted with this early showing of inexpensive
waists for Spring. ,
Women'. I Inherit- Wal.l ut $1 00,
$1.25. 82..M1. .t .Ml, .YM! and $7.50.
Woiuen'i. Mitbli llloiitM-s at $1.25.
$1.50 nml 12. .Ml.
Ui.lo.il"- tailored will -It s( $1.25,
k2.cu, s.'.Mi a ii.l $:t..'.o.
Women'- iiianiil.il al-l cliirt at
$1.25, 2.5 ami :t. .Ml.
Spring Dress Goods for Gowns and Suits JllbAHD PHOHE ORDFR
T Cream wool materials for street suits are far and away in the j "yr-- M I J
lead this scas-m. our counters are piled a 1th whipcords ana oi-
Bgonal weaves, fine and heavy verges, from 44 to 54 Inches wide.
BSC TO S2.00 THE yAH7
For tailored suits the new weave Include hard finished ma
terials and shepherd checks In all sisea. Also black and white.
Invisible checks and hairline trlKs; flat cord weave and fany
check. 4 4 to 54 Inche wide.
6SC TO S2.00
Tailored fuitir.gs. S4 Inche aide.
SI.2S TO S.OOtTHE yAD
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New Spring Suits
W ht n ttu ttiiif t take ail . ant.n:e of the Sjt ial White File
Do Not Neglect to Visit' the Suit Section
Kxpres shipments of new .-'priiia Suits and Irt-t s are rvT
arrivinit almost daily and en, h shipment hi.ws s..me in fe.it mo
in rut of coat or rkirt r the )' the ti union- Is hanill. d. W
cordially in lie you to ctoio st the first itutvcnitiu i.ppttrt unity
and inttpt ct the
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