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Wednesday. June 8, 1910.
1?t T3A QA lQ""f?1P ATI! ,r" " r B BBSSS T st, Jb JL JL i if if 'f "vs.7 i hii'je'i7 i fS ""i - f! Purchased at 20c on the Dollar ommences une and Must Be Sold 1 Li Hej 9 th'. i At a recent meeting of the creditors of the Jolley-Smith Millinery Co. the entire stock of high grade millinery, flowers, ribbons, etc., were purchased by us at 20c on the dollar. Every article in the store was fresh and new goods. 3tfo old stock carried over from season to season. When we purchased this stock at such ridiculusly low price we had in view to give the people of El Paso ABSOLUTELY THE G-KEATEST BARGAINS E VEE KHQWN, and when you see this stock of the season's most stylish and best hats sold at a price less than the cost of an ordinary sailor you will then realize what a bargain event this really will be. This mammoth stock cannot last but a few days. The manufacturers could not begin to make these hats at the prices we will sell them to you. Fine pattern hats, ele gant street hats, ribbons, flowers and trimmings will be sold at such a price you would be ashamed to offer if we would let you make your own price. Come here tomorrow ex-, peeing more-for your money than you ever did before and you will not be'eiisappomted. These -bargains will be saved for our patrons as no big lots will be sold to merchants. THOSE WHO COME FJEST WILL GET THEIE PICK OF THESE SENSATIONAL VALUES. You may wait a life time and never have such an opportunity again, be cause the prices cannot be as low as we offer you and the next stock tliat any store may buy would not be so stylish. There is plenty of time to get good service out of a sum mer hat. t A little money at this sale will purchase niore high grade millinery than ever before or that you may hope to get afterwards. LOOK AT THESE VALUES. COME AND SEE THE STOCK. SALE STAETS TOMORROW. I JEWELEY One lot Breaches in many different styles, neatly set -with brilliants and stones, gold filled; extra values; worth 35c; Creditors' Sale g? price JLOC One lot Belt Buckles, arts and crafts, and many other beautiful patterns in buckles; regular 65c values; OQ Creditors' Sale price ajC One lot et Buckles and Belt Pins, very neat and attractive; some cut steel with brilliants; worth up to 1.00; QA Creditors Sale price O zS C Veil Pins, gold filled, ouic s-t with pretty stones and same plain; worch oUj; Creditors' Sale -fi ty price i a C ELOWEES All must be sold at sacrince nri cs. One lot Flowers, worth 25"; Avhlle they last, at, Creditors' Sale QJ price c C Flowers in price up to 45s. 1Q Creditors' Sale price A C 50c and 60c Flower, Credit- 02 itors' Sale price i .. .. . 3C The entire stock of Flowers will go at the same rate in prices. "We have a large assortment of them. HAT PINS All the Beauties in brilliants and stones. 50c and 75c values, Creditors' ! Sale price 00 $1.00 and $1.50 values, Credit- A Q ors' Sale price jCcC COMBS AHB BAEETTES Some beautiful Combs, set with bril liants, some handsomely carved neat de signs; the greatest values ever offered for the mone. $1.50 Combs, Creditors' Sale price $2.50 Combs, Creditors' Sale price $3.50 Combs, Creditors' Sale price $5.00 Combs, Creditors' Sale price $6.50 Combs, Creditors' Sale price c 32o98 1.48 Ladies Trimmed Hats t i We have a very large assortment of Ladies' Trimmed Hats which Tve offer at extremely low prices. They are heauti- fully trimmed with flowers, ribbons braids, feather tips and wings. This sea son?s latest styles, including many -mirl- smnnier patterns. Besides items you find here quoted you will find scores of others. $10.00 Hats; Creditor's Sale price $15.00 Hats; Creditor's Sale price $18.00- Hats; Creditor's Sale price $25.00 Hats; Creditor's Sale' price , 1 lot Ladies' Straws in extra large, medium and shapes, daintily trimmed with flowers and ribbons. are beautiful and sold much less than manu- tf c facturers' cost $6.50; Creditor's Sale price. . . f)arf $7, k Jh k c yT "ymfi They . WJ 98 Or , Ladies' Trimmed Hats 1 lot Ladies' Hats in different colors, with trimmings and flowers and ribbons to match; S8.75 values; (jQ OQ Creditor's Sale price tpO&0 1 lot Ladies' Sailor Hat3 in all colors, the best styles; worth in price up to $1-00; Creditor's Sale A Q 7rice ... fC?w $1:00 Ladies' Sailor Hats; Creditors Sale price , $1.75 Ladies' Sailor Hats; Creditor's Sale price ., . . $2.50 Ladies' Sailor Hats; Creditor's Sale price All the most popular shapes and styles, nicely trimmed with flowers and ribbons. This lot of hats "1 QQ sell for $3.50 and $4.00; Creditor's Sale price.. P 1 & in 1 lot shapes, values $1.75; Creditor's Sale price 1 lot shapes, $2.50 values; Creditor's Sale price 1 lot shapes, $3.50 values; JCI Creditor's Sale price ? 48c 69c 98c ..79c HAIR GjOODS One lot Hair Eats. 15c values: Creditors' Sale price OC One lot Hats, all colors, worth 20c, 25c; Creditors' Sale price ? C One lot Hair Eats, extra large and long, 50c and 75c values ; while & O they last, Creditors' Sale price. OwC TURBAFS One lot Turbans, all colors, fine values for 15c; Creditors' Sale price 2C One lot Turbans, regularly 35c; Creditors' Sale price 1. C One lot Turbans, non-crushable, with steel ira-me, covered with hair and silk net, Toe values; Ureditors Sale price BRAID PINS Big lot Braid Pins, all the latest curves and cuts, some with, 'brilliants, some plain, some carved. One lot Braid Pins, wortfo. 7 l-2c; O Creditors' Sale price OC 15c Braid Pins; Creditors' 7 Sale price C 25c Braid Pins; Creditors' Sale A price. . ... t J.T'C 50c Braid Pins; Creditors' Sale OO price .wOC 39c HAND BAGS L - 1. U."gJ V Large assortment to select from- You will find wliat you want at a great sav ing. Some seal skin leather and pot chance, and other qualities will all go in the sale. Be here and get the first pick. One lot worth 35c, Creditors' Sale price One lot worth 65e, Creditors' Sale price One let worth $1.50, Creditors' Sale price One lot worth $2.50. Credit- d -s ors' Sale price P A One lot worth $3.00, Credit ors' ale price One lot worth $6.00, Credit ors' Sale price Creditors' Sale of PKirnes All Colors 17c 35c c 52.00 $3.00 "tunies, all Sale Plumes, all Sale colors; price - Creditor's $1.75 $2.98 $6.00 Plumes, sale price . . . $7.50 Plumes, sale Drice . . . ,98c- mmiwrzmmimm coiir,,. extort mMWSsl&iM price WlMM.iMMm' w&&ffl $ 1 .39 tj sJ $2.69 II ?r' $5.98 II BAEEETTES One lot Barrettes, plain and fancy, large and small, extra values for 25c; "t P Creditors' Sal eprice wv 35c Barretts, Creditors' Sale price 40c and 50c Barretts, Credit ors' .Sale price $10.00 Plumes, sale price $15 00 Plumes, sale price k $9.75 ?20.00 Plume,, JgJ A Qg sale price y 3.9nsJ $22.00 Plumes, rf jj tjj sale price . . . Pi " w 65c Barretts, Creditors' Sale price One lot Barrettes, set with brilliants, beautiful ones; some plain jets, some with carved designs; black and all' col ors to match the hair. Extra values from $1.50 to $2.00. Credit ors' Sale price -HOME OF LOW PRICES- CHIFFONS One lot extra wide Chiffon in mo3t all colors. This Chiffon i3 a fine value at 50c and 75c- While they last, 5Q at, Creditors' Sale price.. srfeC PLAIN COMBS Xeatly carved, some large and some small. 35c Combs, Creditors' Sale q price IOC 65c Combs, Creditors' Sale price S5c Combs, Creditors' Sale price VEILS Extra large and long, all colors, neatly hemstitched. $1.00 Veils, Creditors' Sale C.Q price U&C $1.75 Veils, Creditors' Sale qo price J$Q $2.50 Veils, Creditors' Sale (fr f A f price pI.4tU $3.50 Veils, Creditors Sale d aq price D i t70 7Q - $5.00 Veils, Creditors' Sale fcsy q price $i9Oy 17c 29c 33c 39c 48c I J -WOME OF'LOW PRICES ie enees Thursday Mornings, June 9th. I 6 & 18 L Overland St- ' rjr j-Mi m inwrm EBE2CZX; s 1 r t m 1 1 & 18.J0VRXAN PCOB MEDICAL COL LEG-ES A DANGER (Continued From Pagre Ciie.) acter of an education In modern medi cine, to ascertain what mu&t be its pre liminary educational basis; what must be the facilities of a good medical school on modern lines in respect to labora- l tones, hospital, and dispensary, etc. " In some states, notably Pennsylvania, Illinois, Missouri and Calljrn:a, the re port says, many medical schools do not require even a high school education. In the south, secondary schools and col leges are more backward. It is Inad visable to attempt in that section to require the higher standard at this mo ment; and medical education must be adjusted accordingly. But the fact that the proper standard cannot be reached Is no excuse for the general absence of any standard at all; the low grade andSb I schools with which Maryland, Kentuc ky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, etc, abound are not only menaces to public health, but obstructions to the develop ment of the educational 53 stem of the southern states. Throughout the coun try low grade medical schools exist only by misrepresenting their own standards-. For though all pretend to enforce a definite entrance requirement, scarcely more than 30 of the 155 do so. On a much smaller scale similar condi tions are repeated in Canada, where out of eight medical schools three are without enforced preliminary require ments. The Carnegie Foundation ic this re port takes the position that the train ing of physicians Is not a business; it is a" vital social function. Superfluous schools, operated directly or indirectly for profit, should be closed; the others should be generously supported. An at tempt is made in a chapter entitled "Re construction" to forecast a satisfactory rearrangement on such a basis. Fol lowing this general discussion, running through nine chaDters. oom brinf chan-. ters dealing with such thorny subjects as medical sects, the state boards, post graduate schools, medical education of women, medical education of the negro. TO DISCUSS EXPRESS RATES THURSDAY EVENING At the meeting of the transportation comnnlttee of the chamber of commerce Tuesday afternoon to kconsIder the snervftmnt for the sreueral reduction of express rates, it was decided to meet with the Merchants' league Thursday evening. The committee and merchants will have a general discussion of the (movement which has been started in New York to get a general reduction of express rates to all points in the country. W. M. Reed,, district engineer of the reclamation service, and E. D. Vincent, construction engineer, went to Engle "Wednesday on reclamation business. TV. C. Burchfield, a local cattleman, will leave Wednesday over the Golden State for Kansas City. A AVRECK is the only fit description for the man, or woman who is crippled with rheumatism. Just a few rheumatic twinges may be the forerenner of a se ver attack stop the trouble at the start with Ballard's Snow liniment. Cure3 the rheumatism and all pain. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold by all druggists.