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San Antonio light and gazette. [volume] (San Antonio, Tex.) 1909-1911, May 02, 1909, Image 3

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A Clearance Sale of White Wash Goods
Monday Dress Specials
We Want You to See These
4nA for a white, pink, lavender or blue Lingerie
• W Dress, trimmed in Vai. lace and tucks. They
are well made and worth $6.00.
for a white, pink or blue linenette Coat Suit
•VV piped in desirable trimming. Coat and skirt
also button trimmed—worth $7.00.
6 nO f° r a Lingerie Dress in good materials and well
•VFVJ made. You can get this one in pink, blue, white
and lavender, and it’s a good dress at a low price.
Gingham Jumpers
Low' neck and short sleeves—in gray, blue and red.
Offered you at cost for Monday only. This jumper is good
for street wear and excellent for home wear. Tailor made.
Just think of the price—only $3.00.
Gingham Petticoats
Gingham and chambray Petti
coats, with deep flounce, stitch
ed, full cut, in light and dark col
ors. 4c.
Kimonos
One lot of lawn Kimonas, in
fancy figures. Made of good
quality lawn. 10c.
Voile Skirts
Here is a Bargain in crisp, and
wiry voiles, trimmed and plain,
and a bargain at $4.75.
Novelty Skirts
Striped and other novelty de
signs and shades. In all the
newest models. At $7.50 and
$lO.OO.
New Veilings
The latest mesh and colors.
A large assortment of the new
patterns. Buy your veiling here.
Per Yard, 25c, 50c and $l.OO.
Geo. Dullnig Co.
G. A. R. LADIES
HONOR VISITOR
Mrs. Genevieve H, Longfield-i
Lane, President of Order,
Spends a Day in San An
tonio.
A large number of the members of
the E. O. C. Ord camp, G. A. R„ Gen
eral Stanley Circle No. 3. Ladies of
the G. A R. and the Woman’s Relief
Biliousness
•'I hare nsed your valuable Cascareta
and I find them perfect. Couldn’t do
without them. I have used them for
some time for indigestion and biliousness
and am now completely cured. Recom
mend them to everyone. Once tried, you
will never be without them in the
family."—Edward A. Marx, Albany, N.Y.
Pleasant, Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Grip*.
10c. 25c. SOc. Never sold la balk. The sea
nine tablet stamped CC C. Guaranteed to
cure or your money back 921
SUNDAY.
Pretty
Dresses
and in fact our line of
merchandise through
out the store is of the
best quality.
If it is not as repre
sented your money
back.
We can't do more
than this.
INTERESTING
MRS. G. H. LONGFIELD-LANE.
President of the Ladies of the Grand
Army who visited San Antonio
yesterday.
Corps, were at Woodman hall last
night at the special meeting held in
honor of Mrs Genevieve H. Longfleld-
Children's Dresses
In gingham and chambray,
neatly made and trimmed and
the labor of making is worth
more than we are asking for
them. 50c and 69c.
Ladies' Parasols
Ladies Parasols in all desir
able colors. Variety of patterns
to select from. $1.25.
Leather Bags
Leather lined, 12-inch, with
purse of same material. An
elegant bag for $l.OO.
Neckwear; Jabots 15c
A special assortment of Ja
bots in ecru and white, go on
sale Monday, value 28c, at 13c.
Lace Curtains
Nottingham Lace Curtains
3 1-2 vards long. Worth $2 to
$3. At $1.50.
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
at exceptionally low prices. The best values that we have ever offered.
The power of cash buying and selling will be demonstrated at our
store tomorrow and lasts throughout the week. We carry the best of
everything for the least money. This great sale of white goods is just
at the opportune time toprepare yourself for commencement and gra
duation dresses and for other necessary summer dresses for the fami.y.
Continues Until Saturday 10 P. M.
Lawn, 40 inches wide, 10-yard pieces, regular price $1.25 now a bolt 79c
Persian Lawn, very sheer, value ,25c, now’ a yard 17c
25c quality sheer Lawn, 40 inches wide, special a yard 15c
25c and 35c striped and cross-bar sheer Lawns, at yard 17c
Cross-bar Nainsooks, 1000 yards, regularly 15c, at yard 7 i-2c
Ixmgcloth, 12-yard bolts, regular $1.25 bolt 98c
Longcloth, 12-yard bolts, regular $1.50 a bolt $1.29
Longcloth, 12-yard bolts, regular $2.50 abolt 1.59
White figured Madras, new designs, worth 25c. special at yard 13c
Pekin stripe and plaid Muslin, very fine andsheer, worth 29c a yard 10c
Check and large plaid muslin, the 30c quality, in this sale a yard 15c
30-inch Embroidery Swiss, 65c value, at per yard 39c
White Chiffonett, 45 inches wide, 40c quality at 25c
French Moussaline, 2 yards, wide, worth 75c, at 50c
White Madras, in stripes and other new effects at 17c
French Mausssaline, 2 yards wide, worth $1.25. at 75c
A $3.98 Hat Special
An assortment of the latest styles, all specially designed for us. Dress and Tailored Hats,
and worth from $5.00 to $7.00 each. They are trimmed with flowers, feathers and ribbons, and
we are sure that you will be pleased with them—and especially the low price. Whatever is not
sold on Monday goes back to original prices from Tuesday morning, so avail yourself of the low
price Monday. ✓
Flowers
Here is a bargain. Regular prices
will not prevail on any of the flow
ers, foliage or fruits which are dis
played on the two large sales tables.
One-Fourth Off
Any Article On the Tables
An expert corsetiere in charge of our newly arranged corset department. Separate fit
ting room. Redfern Corsets are guaranteed to wear. The standard of quality is so high that the
statement is almost superfluous. Careful corseting is necessary for the dress mode.
$3.00 to $15.00 a Pair
We also carry a large and select line of Warner's Rust-Proof Corsets. This is a good corset,
gelling from $l.OO to $5.00 pair. Try our corsets for comfort.
Lane, president of the Ladies of the
Grand Army. Mrs. Lane has reached
Texas on a tour in her official ca
pacity, which has included th? states
of the' Pacific coast. California, Utah,
Oregon. Nevada, New Mexico and
Arizona.
The session opened with the sing
ing of America by the audience.
Dr. L. L. Whittaker, past comman
der of the E. O. C. Ord camp, G. A. R-,
made an address dealing with the
work of the G. A. R. and the prin
ciples and deeds for which it stands.
In her address Mrs. Genevieve H. 1
Longfield-Lane, who was the princi-1
p|al speaker of the evening, called at
tention to the purposes for which the
Ladies 'of the G. A. R., 65,000 strong,
are banded together, namely tq. per
petuate the memory of the Union sol
diers, to keep forever sacred memor
ial day. to teach the children of the
United States patriotism, to assist the
G. A. R. to assist each other and
Union soldiers in trouble and in sick
ness, to build monuments in the dif
ferent states in honor of the Union
soldiers, >and to build homes for the
needy Union Soldiers and their wives.
In this connection Mrs. Lane said tb.at
a special work during the last several
years had been the erection of five
room cottages in California, Oregon
and Washington for veterans and (
their wives. Fifty-six of these have al-'
ready been built Mrs. Lane stated
that one million dollars in cash had
been expended in relief work since -
the organization of the society in 1883.
Mrs. S. E. Miller gave a reading,
and there were vocal selections by
Miss ‘Betters and Mr. Hall.
A banquet w'as served at the con-,
elusion of tho program.
Shapes
Fancy rough straw shapes, Milan and chip
shapes, large, small or medium, in white, burnt
" black and other colors.
Monday all $l.OO Shapes for 75c
, Monday all $1.25 Shapes for 98c /
Monday all $.150 $1.75 Shapes $1.25
Monday all $2.00- $2.25 Shapes $1.78
ORGANIZE GRAND
JURY TOMORROW
Further Investigation of the
Journeay Case Is to Be
• Made.
The May term of the Thirty-seventh
district court w ill open tomorrow
TherbinEJ
QUICKLY CURES
BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION 1
DYSPEPSIA, MALARIA, CHILLS
AND FEVER AND ALL UV£R I
1 COMPLAINTS. 1
1 HEARTILY RECOMMENDS IT TO HER FRIENDS ■
Mra. Maggie Millar. Hugo, Okla., !
writes:— l take pleasure in recommending ।
' your Herbine. for it did so much for me. I .
had a aick headache, foulbreath, bad taste ,
' in my mouth and could not rest well at ।
I night. I used one bottle and was cured. I,
am never without Herbine. I heartily re- ;
commend it to all my friends. (
Price SO Cents per Bottle. ;
Ballard Snow Liniment Co., i
ST. LOUIS, MO.
KMOS Sold and Recommended by MIMI
BEXAR DRUG CO.
morning at 9:30 o’clock when Judge
Dwyer will organize and charge the
I grand jury.
The new rjrand jury will probably
| resume the Investigation of the'case
। of E. ,0. Journeay, charged with mur
der and criminal assault. The grand
* jury of the March term had the case
; under investigation, but did not re
turn an Indictment on account of an
important witness removing from the
I state and for that reason was not
[ brought before the quizzing body.
| Very few cases, other than that of
| Journeay. are to be investigated.
j inal settings are:
The five gambling cases in which
State Rangers Laughlin and White
figure as witnesses, they having made
BEAUTIFUL WOMEN
Demand qiore than an ordinary com
plexion cream. DR. C. H. BERRY’S FACE
CREAM Is guaranteed to remove all dis
colorations of the skin. tan. pimples,
freckles, moth patches, etc. Also a com
plexion beautifler. Free book “Hints How
to be Beautiful. ’’ Address Dr. C. H. Ber
ry Co., 30th and Michigan Blvd. Chicago.
BUY NOW AND PAY LATER
DROMGOOLE
KJ BROTHERS fa
Watches & Diamonds
ON EASY PAYMENTS.
Old Phone 1187-In
605 West Houston Street.
San Antonio, Tex.
We Are
Constantly Growing
NEW SYSTEM
In Buying and Selling
Polite and Attentive
Clerks
We will consider it a
great favor, your re
porting to us any seem
ing neglect on the part
of our clerks to wait
upon you courteously.
Monday Waist Specials
Tomorrow the waist department will have in stock fifty
dozen of new Waists, in linen and lingerie, in many different
styles, out of which we will be able to suit the most critical buy
er. Prices range from $l.OO to $7.50.
For 35c Cents
Odds and ends that we are going to close out and worth
up to $l.OO. Not many. Some soiled, others new, but cer
tainly worth 35c. While they last you can get a waist for
35C- .
For 89 Cents
These waists are fashion’s latest models, trimmed in
inserting and embroidery. A wide range of pretty styles.
Well worth $1.25 and $1.50. For this one day at 89c.
For $2.50 and $3.00
For Net Waists in ecru and white, with high or Dutch
necks, of good material and worth $l.OO more than we are
asking you for them.
INTERESTING
Domestic
White Cambric, Diamond
Hill. Our 10c seller is offered
you at per yard, 7 I-2C.
Linen Sheeting
90 inches wide. L T sed for la
diies’ suits, skirts and sheets.
Good quality. Regular $1.15.
At 83c yard.
Shrunk Linen
36 inches wide, white. An
excellent article, selling regular
ly at*69c. Special 49c.
Lawns
Figured and fancy Lawns,
stripes and side bands and dots.
Our ioc values at 7 l-2c.
Towels
A new line of Huck Towels,
some plain, other bordered. Reg
ular 15c each jdozen priced Mon
day $1.47.
Geo. Dullnig Co.
the raid, are set for next Wednesday
and the indications are that there
will not be a continuance. Other crim
inal settlings are:
Monday. May 3 —John Law, S. Sara
bia, W. D. Langsworth, J. M. Daniel,
D. Galindo, A. Palacios and Fr. Sila,
Lee Fnucane, E. M. Durfee alias E.
O. Durfee, Malvin and Newcomber.
Monday, May 10—Will Woods. T. H.
Moody, Frank Salazar, Andrew Miller
and Hal Wallace, L Garcia, Louis
Frank, Andrew Miller and Hal Wal
lace, Ramon Mata, Francis M. Gay, D.
I Diaz Jr.
Wednesday, May 13 —Theo. Hopp.
Nel von M. Hart, Wilbert Vorchelli.
| Jack Halamuda.
You’re to be the judge: we leave
lit to you to decide; all we want is
j your verdict —Will Hollister’s Rocky
• Mountain Tea make you well and
keep you well? That’s fair. Tea or
j Tablets, 35 cents. —Lone Star Drug
1 Store.
REALTY DEALS
AT HIGH TIDE
Real estate transactions in San An
tonio during the month of Aoril were
at high tide according to figures com
piled by the Daily Light and Gazette.
The total figures in deeds filed break
the record for the year thus far and
mortgages and releases are a close
secund.
Totals for the month are .ns follows:
Deeds, $1,210,508.54; releases. $86.-
543.04: mortgages, $48,756.61.
Real estate dealers have everv
praise for what the month brought
forth in activities along their line. It
May 2, 1909.
Embroidery
Petticoat Flouncing in Ham
burg and nainsook. New effec
tive designs. Regular 20c line.
Special 15c.
Undermuslins
All regular 50c Drawers. Cor
set Covers, Skirts, for this one
day only at 39c.
Linens
A nice crisp, smooth finish 36-
inch linen has been selling all the
while at 25c. Special 19c.
Linneite
This article is 40 inches wide,
and in white. Just the thing
for a good skirt or suit. Worth
20c. Special at 12 i-2c.
Embroidery
Hamburg match in all
widths, open work and work ef
fect. Worth 15c yard. At 10c.
was ushered in wtih a movine market
and closed with prices upward and de
mand strong. At no time during the
month was the slightest deuresslon to
be noticed. Demand for business.
। close-in residence and suburban prou
ertv was heavy all through the month
I and a precedent has been set for
May.
Shrunk
Not at our laundry. We handle
woolens to perfection. Can not we
handle yours? Try us on your
bundle and see if you are not
pleased.
Cleaning and Dyeing.
Now Process
Laundry
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