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JOSKE BROS. CO. THE BIG STORE JOSKE BROS. CO. • THE BIG STORE JOSKE BROS. CO THE BIG STORE JOSKE BROS. CO.
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[Again Tomorrow the Season's Greatest Sale of Shirt Waists
Our Entire Stock —the Largest in Texas—ls Included
Joske’s Waist Sales are famed throughout the South for their genuiness and value-giving surprises. The sale which we launch tomorrow morning on
a broader and more comprehensive scale than any the Big Store has ever attempted, will forcibly demonstrate the superiority of Joshes X. |
HV> a Z/AvK stylesand values. Over 15000 waists are here for this eveny —the choicest productions of America’s best makers. /
I'u □ Particular attention is directed to the excellence of their construction, their fullness and becomingness. Hundreds of original and captivat-
la *J / jn _ - * n g style effects, thirteen of which are reproduced on* this page. The, Big Store L<pught them to unusually good advantage, and during this JW
« vlj I \l sale we share the savings with you. The extremely low prices should induce you to buy a sufficient “fr Gr'\
J /TKmm L \ quantity to last throughout the season. While there is practically no end of styles, and ’
fEnpii exceedingly large, there is an advantage in choosing early. Bear that Fact in mind, and Mw f///riw ’
// * 1 Come Here Tomorrow. n ixK\\ tl nJ II 117'
’ I □W / / GOOD WISTS AT 50c
lx. J J Theya better waists than you usually secure at 75c. And we’ve Jjfc Ia S jtkß ixk\ *
J several hundred, so get a supply if you wish. Made of white India OCD sl*
y | 1 IKa J? linon ami some prettily trimmed. Tomorrow the sale price is Fl/\\\
The Illustrat'd A* ' ly J 50C J m n
Was made from S ¥/4 ■ a A 'i 1 X FT _ A } w,u b# nlled lf
waists that are $ ST I /Al Ah.” S x /MCwT ✓ PICA ■ SwSkl Ws ' I J fir /|\\\\\vvwl 1 1 they reach us In
included in this < * l/\ Wk I wx^\X.'♦'Si 2 /"XCTY ylSr Lr k 1 f' ®J’ [• H sax. ’ jwlW’'* 'tU < tlme - Writs at
big sale. Everv Il \ \fIKT «®Vu W fife I ' f ®Q i 5 ‘ V > once and shars in
waist shown here // MijL, I P' J ft J i '
I A '’’'' The Waists at $ 2 - 25
Ihe Waists at 75c i 'w« • / t-3rn ill n\ W V we could make every woman in
Close to one thousand waists will be on 1 9jl n u/ i ] / F jKj 11' •' Vx v A Antonio realize the magni-
j sale tomorrow at this price alone—sev- nl\ wifi * J . u - de of .t iis offering, the Big
eral new and attractive styles to make your selec- 'lll. A 1 1 AjcmMf l\\ ‘ \TyL Crh 1/m y ||p • mJ ‘ tore, big as it is, would prove inadequate. The
tion from. Dainty white waists of sheer lingerie 'Jtk \\\ fl Vk flit f/k waists are the prettiest ever brought to Texas
materials, pretty cluster tucked and trimmed with T i sd'llmg&rrjfff<Bl/ 1!' E J — fl iLgxfixKjk /1 / / //twmA. P rices are the lowest ever quoted on simi-
Valenciennes laces; also a splendid lot of all-linen I »a v \\lnr*i illfil lg2B |l JuftSrwr&a. 11. , ». If H\\k b\( !Il Lw/I V\ !ir s^'eB. Hundreds to select from; lingerie
waists in dainty tucked s t yles—all with long 'DvVk Mil S' Il I \ 1 I / l*\l IHP st y le ’chieflv, fronts of embroidery
sleeves. All sizes. Any of these $l.OO i*l 'B 1 I r' *r \ and lace. They are priced at $2.25.
"*«•“ ; /OC /Wy CaW 1/ ICT The Display at $2.65
The Waists at 00c I | § the other lots, this one is too broad to permit de-
You will'find practically no end of pretty models at this price—anti %( ription of individual styles. They are trimmed in
they are ;in all sizes. Made in lingerie styles—one with yoke of Trish V \ vwvVX heavy lace bands and medallions, bands of embroidery or with
crochet lace and Valenciennes insertion—another trimmed with heavy lace bands. \ yokes of cobwebby laces, intermingled with cluster tucks. The
Some witJi a touch of embroidery and many elaborate tucked; you never \ i ! sleeves are pointed and set off with-tucks and laces or embroidery
prettier or daintier styles for so small a price. Anv of this lot tomorrow, only >r\jC M| i l aMp-?-, I O/> C — a writable mine of summer beauty — tomorrow they are priced
$l-25 I mwW Beautiful Waists at $4.40
Many stjdes to select from at this price—exclusive styles, too. Nowhere else will vou /Hl pWmwjtSf -tf c i • , *•
find these exceptionally clever models, and surelv you will not be able to duplicate 1 , l! 1 a ' ar,e 'y lingerie waists, net waists, messaline silk and taffeta waists in
these values. Almost all elaborate styles, made of sheerest lingerie cloths with yokes of cobweb- i e P resent sea . son . s 1)681 styles. Those of lingerie are profusely trimmed with
bv lace ■or heavy bands. Some also of India linon in plain tailored styles. The new < V \ luces or embroideries, while the waists of net, messaline and taffeta are dain-
pointed,sleeve is a feature. All sizes from 34 to 44. Choice I.Z.J . A 4fl - tucked or pleated. Styles that are new and distinctive and at
«• tV/ the same time smart and stylish.
The Wasts at $1.75 The Collection at $5.25
Closest o'■twelve hundred, and they are in the season’s newest and most fetching styles: Everv one correct Everv rrnrmonf nff o ™.l <>t i .• , , .•. . ... . ,
. }„ every detail. Made of sheer liberie fab™, .Ale, .W
ll.e.vs not. oetv butts. - _ « z 7 C lingerie doth with of heavy l.», stiU .Mother 5
featured .m this broad collection at J so we might describe for an hour, this collection at $6.25.
TtetiO 12c Worth of Notions 8c „ ~~ Toilet Needs 18c; Always 25c
Stocking Darner and two balls Darning Cotton ...,8c Wl IM I . bB; |Wk) _ ]■ . fjnfxfl u ■. . ul t ... , " 1
Large etlbe Dress Pius-wbite or black 8c g n L • !! C
Dozen indestructible head Lace Pins 8c IT^fl /WW t
Dozen H!at Pins—white, jet or mat— 8c Ogtl JMML BRO ■ )■) ■ ill Mill H ll (lc*® i Wk M e T K,n !® k T H* e .J" 18c
Four boxes —200 —Mourning Dress Pins, 8c Jißs—Hl IV JU lift— Bottle Lucille Liquid Green Soap 18c
Book Enirlish Dress Pins —black, white, colors 8c ' 'I — . T\/ Tu >e Euthymol Tooth Paste 18c
■ Jar Freckeleater Cream 18c
AMUSEMENTS.
BRAND OPERA HOUSE *
Week Commencing Sunday Matinee.
May 2—Matinees Wednesday, Sat- I
urelay and Sunday. *
Miss Emma Bunting
In
‘‘Sweet Clover”
PRICES —Matinee, all over house 25c
NUght 15c. 25c. 35c, 50c-
HOUSE COOEED BY ELECTRIC FANS
EMPIRE OPERA HOUSE >
TONIGHT '
—The Great—
' EDWIN BABBIE STOCK COMPANY
18—PEOPLE —18
New Scenery, New Plays, Vaudeville Between
Acts.
Tonight
NEBRASKA
Commencing Sunday, May 2
"DIVORCONS"
Matinees Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday.
POPULAB PBIOES
Nights 10®. 20c . 30c
Matinee. 10c and 25c
UM
221 LOSOYA STREET.
MISS MONTGOMERY
a nd chorus in Poppy Ballet.
W. K. RAY
That Funny Tramp.
MISS FRANKIE KANE
and LEO KANTER
Comedy Sketch.
ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
MOVING PICTURES, etc.
Matinees 3 to 5. Evenings 7 to 10:30 p. m
Sc and 10c. No extra charge for seats
AMATEUR NIGHT. FRIDAY
ROHL TlMfflEi
The Theater Beautiful.
BEFINED VAUDEVILLE
BESERVED OPERA CHAIRS M
SIX-PIECE ORCHESTRA
PERFECT VENTILATION gK!
Matinees daily 3 p. m Mstinee* hSR
Saturday and Sunday 2:30 and 3:30.
Night daily 8:u0 and 9:15.
urng teti. iu.,r|f....□F3T '
Pans, an.i 1 s. tveob. nnukWftrt. 1 "'
THURSDAY,
AMUSEMENTS
mime
SYTZ & SYTZ
Novelty Singing and Daneing.
JOHN CARBOLTON
Coonologist.
HOLMES & HOLMES
Comedy Musical Act.
JOE SMITH
Illustrated Songs.
STAEOGRAPH
Motion Pictures.
Shrunk
Not at our laundry. Mfe handle
woolens to perfection. Cten not wo
handle yours? Try us on your
bundle and see if you are not
pleased.
Cleaning and Dyeing.
New Process
Laundry
| Dr. WM. ROBBIE I
I Genito-Urlnan and Rectal Diseases |
I Hicks Bldg. Tpp Floor.
—Office Hours—
-2-5 p. m. Sundayq 10-12.
HAVE YOUR SHIRTS
•Ykx^—- | ,
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SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZBTTB
SCREENS
Door &
Window
Wholesale and Retail
Write or Call on us
for Prices
PRAEGER HARDWARE CO.
322-324 E. COMMERCE ST.
San Antonio, Texas J
SANITARY
HOUSE CLEANING
Carpets, matting, upholstered fur
niture; etc., cleaned by our vacuum
cleaner without removal.
Don’t judge us by what others
have done. Let us show you.
We also sew, re-fit and re-lay
carpets and renovate mattresses.
Estimates and particulars on re
quest.
H(JiSEN BROS.
Established 1890.
831 Austin St. Both Phones.
MARCOS LAMAR
Famous European Clairvoyant and
Mental Healer, an honest and most re
, liable mediym, tells you the innermost
secret of your heart and gives never-
I failing help and advice on all affairs
of life. This inspired Prophet of mod-
I ern times has shown thousands the road
I to Success, Happiness and Prosperity—
! why not you! One visit to him may be
I the turning point of your lifetime. No (
i fee unless you say “I am perfef4kl>' 1
I isfied. ’* German, French, dish, 1
। Italian and Bohemian. Hoq' to C.
I closed Sundays. Special fee. ,
214 Avenue E —2l4. OppCp OS t o f-
i fiee.
1 "*.l Houston, Toxas. The
good r *
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CITY NEWS
Search for a Negro Girl. —Sheriff
May of Colorado county was in tho city
yesterday searching for a negro girl
wanted at Columbus on the charge of
theft of diamonds committed about a
year ago.
Dr. R. W. Aiken, Dentist, suite 313,
Moore building. New ohone 1693.
Negro Dies.—-Leonard Eans, the ne
| gro waiter who was injured in an alter
i cation is the kitehen of the Menger ho
। tei. died Tuesday night in the city hos
[ pital, as a result of his wounds. His
i remains were taken to LaGrange last
night. The waiters from the Menger ho-
I tel, about 50 in number, escorted the
remains to the depot.
Clinton G. Brown—Attorney at Law
Alamo Bank building. Both phones.
Notice—Members of Alamo Lodge
| No. 34, Royal Achates: The next regu
lar meeting will be held Friday, April
j 30th, at 8:30 p. m. in K. o f P. hall. T. E.
| Blundell, president.
Want River Decorated.—lt has been
suggested by several business men that
the colored lights suspended over the
river during the carnival should be
made a permanent feature of the decor
ation of San Antonio.
M. D. A. carnival and ball Sat. uid
Sun., May 1 and 2, Mission garden
hall. Tickets 25c. Fun and frolic.
E. M. L. opening dance, Sat at
Muth’s hall. Artzt music.
[ THE OLD WAY vs. THE NEW
[ Tn former days there was no
safe method of ever being sure
; about titles to lands. t
If you got anxious about your
i title you went to the courthouse.
The clerk would make the
I search as best be could. He
would take sueb records as he
■ might, choose and look page by
Jugc for the oKL- deeds to ydlir
land. He could never .... know when
his task was done.
In the end you got a very ■ weak
assurance. #
Now, it is different.
The abstracter has stepped in - u
and prepared a marvelously ac- But
curate index—that reveals the
,*p V nnnAition of every tract.
e ] the St. Regis Hotel,
n - foQtifl^niT.ijg'
IS BEST CITY
IN ALL TEXAS
Traction Magnate Says Large
Sums Are Cheerfully Spent to
Meet Town’s Growth.
San Antonio is the queen city of all
Texas, declares Emerson McMillin, a
1 । prominent Walt street broker and head |
of the San Antonio Tractton company,
who arrived here yesterday to Inspect
his holdings and who Is a guest at the
St. Anthony hotel.
This is the first visit of Mr. McMillin
' to San Antonio, though he has been the
owner ,for years of property valued at
several millions of dollars. "I am here
merely on a trip of inspection,” said he,
1 "and out of a personal desire to visit
San Antonio, which I have long regard
l ed as the finest city in Texas.
"My traction and lighting interests
have been satisfactorily controlled by
my managements and my visit here has
no particular importance. I can say.
however, that the Tractton company
■ here will keep full pace with the growth
i of the town. On account of its rapid
i growth and spread over such large terri
tory we have had to spend enormous
sums of money in the building of new
lines but It has been cheerfully paid out
for we have the fullest confidence that
the city will realize our highest expec
tations.”
Mb. McMillin rode over a part of the
company's lines yesterday in company
with General Manager W. B. Tuttle and
has been inspecting other parts of the
company’s property today.
From here he expects to go on into
■ Mexico, accompanied by James Camp
bell, a prominent St. Louis banker and
vice president of the Frisco lines.
THE UNENDING WAR.
(New York Sun )
Tho Balkan clouds have blown away, I
No more cr, men to frown,
But the soprano of our choir
Still throws the gauntl&t down.
They’ve exiled Castro far away
Across the ocean Good,
But we can’t play a trick like that.
Our basso still sees blood.
The yellow peril has been stilled,
’’“come a danger dim.
> ir yet remains
Upon u.. grim.
?, bul Id their dreadnought
■'N S Km ,
Insinuating.
(Washington Evening Star.)
‘‘Lady,’’ said Meandering Mike, "you
don’t want to listen to no hard luck
story, do you?’’
"Not a bit of ft.” '
“You relieve my mind. If you want
to hear somethin’ worth while you jea’
gimme a cliance to show you what
I kin do as an nfter-dlnner speaker.”
Easy to Carry.
(Me-ggendorfer Blaetter.)
"■Why, I see you have sent little
Willfe for beer for the first time, and
that you have given him two jugs to
carry. Why did you do this?”
“I did it so that with one in each
hand he could kee-p his ballance bet
ter.’’
A Rigid Test.
(Washington Evening Star.)
"You are more cautious than you
used to be about recommending peo
ple for appointment.”
“Yes," answered Senator Sorghum;
“I have been thinking it over, and I
have decided that I ought to be at
least as careful about indorsing a
man’s application for public office as I
would be about indorsing his note.”
Sounded That Way.
(Harper’s.)
Tommy (at the local concert, watch
ing the soprano singing an Rrla and
conducing waving baton) —Ma, what's
that long-haired man hitting at her
with that stick for?
Mother —He Isn’t hitting at her.
Tommy—Then why is she scream
ing?
XPRTE W, IW9.
SUBURBAN ATHLETES.
(Chicago News.)
I gaze at the biscuit.
My knife .stiffly poised in the air;
I hardly know whether to risk it—
Shall I eat it or let it He there?
It is only four blocks; I can run it!
I have but three minutes, ’tis true,
But I’m sure that I often have done
it.
By jinks, I can do it in two!
The last hit of liver and bacon—
I can't say I like to leave that;
And yet, it's a fact, I might taks
on f
Too much of a job. Where’s my ha>?
Great Caesar! Two minutes left only!
If I eat any more I'm lost;
Yet that half of a biscuit looks lone
ly—
I willseat it, not counting the cost!
Wait! I'll gulp it down fast while I
hustle;
We suburbanites frequently do.
Now, here’s where I win on my mus-
4 cle;
I’m determined to see the thing
* through.
Two blocks gone! Is that the train’s
whistle?
If I miss it I’m stuck here till 10.
One block more! The train’s in sight!
This’ll
Near kill me! Ah! Caught it again!
A GREAT DISCOVERY.
Uncle Silas (looking at the sign,
‘‘Woman’s Exchange”)—By gosh. If
I’d knowed of this place afore I’d a
swapped Sal long afore this.
White Wolf Stock Food
THREE KINDS OF FEED IN ONE.
It is nutritious and wholesome. Will give new
life, blood and looks to your horses and cows.
Give your horses and cows a change of diet by
feeding them
WHITE WOLF STOCK FOOD
Werner Wilkens Mills.
DISTRIBUTORS
All Feed Dealers and Grocers handle it—if any
one Is not able or willing to fill your order, ’phone
us and we will see that your wants are supplied.

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