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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, March 26, 1910.
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TTR the. nassino- of Easter comes the preparation of the summer wardrobe.
The "style show'3 of this dav establishes the season's fashions, decides which has found a place in i
-,-mKi 4Wm. Th p. "Pnmilar's" styles were much in evidence recognizable among the thousands J
through their individuality, their air of distinction and perfect accord with the modes of the day.
Stocks in this store meet the requirements of all lovers of good dress.Theunques
, tioned authenticity of the styles inspires confidence in those who come to see and
those who come to see invariably remain to buy. Monday we offer a splendid array;
of summer things attractively priced helps in planning the summer clothes at the
$760 Dress Skirts $4.98
A skirt to wear -with the sliirt waists makes this a partic
ularly opportune after Easter bargain. Xeat tailor made
stvles in plain Panama and serge, and novelty hard finished
worsteds, worth regularly up to $7.50, are &A Q
specially priced P70
$3.50 White Waists $2,69
Our jnost beautiful $3.50 styles of the hand
embroidered, tailor made and fancy lingerie
waists, are offered for Monday's special sell
ing at the very special (2?0 CtQk
Rough and Natural Silks
IjST maMng preparations for the
summer vacation, consider the
many good uses to which you can put
the rough silks for traveling dress,
for street wear, for a dressy dress, for
separate waists, for coats. Our show
ing of these is wonderfully complete.
36 inch Cloth of Gold, natural color $1-25
36 inch Heavy Automobile Coating, natural. .1.50
36 inch Tussah, semi-rough, natural ?1.25
27 inch Tussah, semi-rough, natural 75e to $1.00
27 inch Diagonal Tussaih, natural color $1.50
27 inch "Shedwater" Shantung, absolutely spot
proof, in natural and all colors $1.00
27 inch "Zira," semi-rough, satin finish silks, in
all the new spring colors. A regular $1.25 qual
ity, specially priced for .Monday,
79c a yard
Dainty designs, sheer silken fabrics, the most ap
propriate of all the material for summer gowns.
35c to 50c a yard-
FANCY SILKS Special showing is made of all silk
chiffon ijnisb. taffetas, in the new pin checks and
fancy designs, -and; the "Shedwater" taffeta and
louisines, in the Shepard cheeks, at $1.00 a yard.
HITE GOODS AND
JUST now thoughts turn to the cool
things for summer wear the
pretty white fabrics, the daintily de
signed thin materials and our show
ing of these is most complete. .
Sheer Lawns, Irish Dimities, Plaxon, Embroidered
Batiste. Wash Chiffons, white and colors, Paris
Mousseline,- Marquisettes, iladras Waistings, Wash
Toile, Mercerized Foulards, Crepe, for waists, Tissues
Imported English Piques, both plain and fancy.
27 inch Linene in all colors, worth regularly 1A
15c a yard. Special Monday 1Ut
SPECIAL ., ,
Persian Lawn. 28 inches wide, extra quality and
worth 15c ,a yard. Special Monday,, only 12 O
yards to each customer, a yard O
After Easter Sale of
Embroideries and Laces
THE mere announcement of a sale
in this department serves to
fill it with a crowd of buyers. 'Tis
only in this store that such price
making as this is possible.
25c Laces for 8c
Special lot of Point de Paris and Valenciennes laces
and insertions, from 11-2 to 4 inches wide, O
worth regularly to 25c, a yard OC
15c Laces, 6c
Linen and cotton Cluny and Torchon laces and in-
j sertions, and baby Irish and crochet effects, laces
and bands, worth regularly up to 15c, Ct
a yard OC
$1.75 Alio vers, 98c
Allover Embroideries of Swiss and cambric, large
and small designs, in the eyelet and French em
broidery effects. Regular values to QQ
$1.00 Embroideries, 68c
Hand embroidered -bands, galoons and insertions, on
finest quality Swiss, batiste and linen, in the baby
Irish, eyelet and shadow effects, 11-2 to 4 JQ
inches wide and worth regularly up to $1.00. OOC
HEX buying hosiery, why not buy the best?
'Onyx" hosiery is iamous the world over
for excellence of quality and real value The
new summer styles show a variety of plain colors,
all lace and lace boot effects, and many pretty em
Silk, lisle and cotton hosiery ff every quality is sold
here from 25c to $5-00.
Among these 200 garments are coat dresses, coat suits and one-piece
dresses of linene and linen, in pink, blue, rose, tan, white, champagne
and violet; fancy lingerie dresses of lawns, batiste and swiss. in white
and colors. Some are trimmed in embroideries in the eyelet and French
designs; Valenciennes, imitation baby Irish, Cluny and Maltese laces.
The Real Values are up to $ 10
Does Your Corse Fit?
r S your corset comfortable, or do you
-- feel as though you were in a
"straight jacket?" Oft times the
wrong model is sold to you a corset
that does not conform to your figure in
any particular. Then you're bound to
Our corset fitters study your figure
fit you carefully give you a corset
that you hardly notice except through
the more perfect lines of your form. In
a word, satisfaction is certain to those
who huy corsets here.
The newest models are shown in the
AMERICAN LADY For all figures, at $1.00 to $5-00.
LYRA High grade, French model, at $5.00 to $15.00. !
NEMO For stout women, $3.50 to $10.00.
WARNER'S RUST PROOF For all -figures. $1.00 to $5.00.
MADAME IRENE French model, $5-00 to $18.50.
The "Popular" Basement
ARE you among the thousands who have aready found
out the splendid shopping advantages of our Base
ment? If not, you should at once count yourself among
those who save manv an odd nickel or dime by making the
most of the "little less" prices here. The interesting spe
cials in the After Easter Sale are:
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SILKO A sheer, mercerized fabric, in
imitation of the much used Flaxon. In
small neat designs and stripes in all col
ors", for waists and dresses. - 1 J?
A vard IDC
FIGURED DIMITIES 30 inches wide,
in daintv flowered designs- Very suit
able for children's garments.
COTTON FOULARDS A light weight
material, for summer wear. Very silky
finish, and a complete assortment of
real Foulard design?. 1 Ofer
A yard A
LAWNS Batiste finish lawns, in floral
and conventional designs, and stripes. 30
inches wide, very "special lUQ-QjU
A yard 3C
Manufacturers Surplus Stock of Linen and Lingerie Dresses3
bought at practically half the regular price, A g Q g
offered as an After Easter Special at I . . . . Jp J J
SPLENDID bargain! Our good fortune in securing
nearlv two hundred, new, stvlishlv made dresses
and coat suits, the surplus stock of one of New York's
largest manufacturers, at about half the real value, makes
this remarkable pricemaking possible. We believe in shar
ing a "streak of luck" like this with our customers, giving
them the full benefit of any special bargain our buyers
Tailonnade Coat Suits, i) o
Regularly Priced at $22.50 ? A-.OcJ
Neat styles for street or traveling, made in the
plain tailored coat, and many novelty styles.
The materials used are the summer weight
serges, diagonals and mannish worsteds. The
color range includes the popular greys and tans,
and all the spring and summer colors. Eeal val
ues included at this price are $17.50," $19.50 and
Tailormade Coat Suits,
Regularly Priced at $24.50. . .
Those who are planning vacation trips to the
mountains or the seashore will find in this lot
just the suit needed 'for traveling or street wear."
The plain tailored coat and Kussiau blouse
styles are shown in serges, diagonals and wor
teds, in all colors. Your attention is called par
ticularly to the beautiful suits made of the all
white serge and flannel, and the white serge with
black hair line. Values up to $21.50 are included
in this magnificent lot of suits.
Tailormade Coat Suits,
Regularly Priced at $45.00
Suits suitable for street, traveling or dress are
offered in this grand group of the season's best
garments. Not a suit in the lot but is fully worth
$35.00, most of them are 40.00, $42.50 and
$45.00 styles. The plain tailbred coat and many
novelty 'suits are shown in the summer weight
diagonals, serges, Shepard checks, novelty suit
ing, the white serge with black hairline, and the
black with white and Bajah silks in black and
colors. An assortment that includes a style for
One-Piece Silk Dresses,
Regularly Priced at $27.50
To have the choice cof garments like these offered
you at this price is far from ordinary. Smart
ness of style, coupled with excellence of quality,
make these dresses to be desired by the most
faithful followers of fashion. Plain and striped
Taffeta, figured Foulard, Messaline, Shantung
and Eajah Silks, effectively made, with appro
priate trimming of places, nets, bands and em
broidered designs. $22.50, $25.00 and '$27.50
styles are priced at $19.85.
Protect your clothing and
furs from the ravages of
xnofchs during the summer
months by the use of these.
2 Sizes, 50c and 65c
Mail iMail orders are given
prompt and careful atten
tion. Send for samples of
the new summer goods.
WOMEN'S VESTS Lisle finish,
taped all around. Regular OO
35c value --- l
RAINBOW VEILING Two tone
chiffon veiling, in all the popular
colors. ?1.25 value, on QQ
JABOTS Of linen lawn, tucked,
embroidered and lace OK
trimmed. Values to 50c. &J
BRAIDS Cotton trimming braids
for wash fabrics. Bolts ofOQ
6 yards, "woroa 50c wOl
SASH PINS And Belt Pins, set
with large amethyst AQ(
stone. Special value T
Onlr a few pairs left, nearly all In
the $5.50 and $6.00 styles of Men's
Oxfords and Shoes. We are dis
continuing this line and offer all
remaining pairs at
TO PTJMP WATER
Mormon Colonists Want Im
port Duty Removed on
Chihuahua, Mex.. March 26. The
Mormon colonists In the district of Gal
eflra this state are very ambitious
to utilize gasoline pumping plants foi
It is estimated that fully 100,00V
acres in that district have an inex
haustible supp.y of water -within 10 or
12 feet unacr the surface. All thai
prevents the use of pumpingr plants to
use this water on rich agricultural land
is the high clutj on gasoline, which
makes the use of that fuel prohibitive.
The colonists have conceived the plan
of asking the federal government to
J release gasoline us-ed for such purposes
from the imper duty, and have com
missioned attorney Edmund Richardson,
of Colonia Diaz, to go to Mexico City
and present the subject to president
Iiaz. Mr. Richardson has just been
here and presented the matter to gov
ernor Creel, who will very likely use
his Influence to help the project.
About two years ago the Mexican
government gave a concession to the
Cananea Consolidated Copper company,
of Cananea, allowing it to Import coal,
etc., free, so that the great copper
mines and smelters there could resume
There are million of acres in this
state and In semiarid northern Mexico
which could be and would be utilized
for farming purposes if gasoline could
be imported free so the farmers could
afford to buy It.
DR. SPERRY TO SPCA1C AT
THE EL PASO V. 31. C. A.
Dr. Lyman B. Sperry -will speak at the
Y. M. C. A. according to the following
Sunday, Match 27 2:30 p. m.. young
er boys, "Two Lads and Two Ladders;"
3:30 p. m., man, "Male and Female, or,
the Significance of Sex."
Monday, March 2S S:2J a. m., talk to
high -school, both boys and girls (40
minute period). S:00 to 8:30 p. m., on
gym floor, high school boys and men,
"Four-Fourths a Man."
Wednesday, March 30 S to S:30. on
gym floor, same group as Monday
night, "Quacks and Quackery."
Thursday, March 31 9.30 a. m., ad
dress to Military institute assmebly;
7-30. Young Women's Christian 'asso
ciation, "Woman and Her Problems."
Friday, April 110 a. m., talk to
Draughon's Business college students;
6-30 p. m. address at Y- M. C. A. mem
bers dinner; S to 8:30, on gym floor,
some group as Wednesday night, "As
a Man Thinketh."
Saturday, April 28 p. m., to the
Forum, "Brains Nerve and Success."
Sunday, April 32:30 p. m.. older
boys "Something Done Broke;" 3:30
P. m.. men's meeting, "Avoidable Caas3
DIES FROM POISOXIXG.
Indianapolis, Ind., Marc, 26. Rev.
John H. Boersig. of Madison, Ind.. died
at the home of his brother in this city
as the result of blood poisoning con
tracted while administering the sacra
ment to a dying parlshoner about a