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EL PASO HERALD
16- Wednesday, July 6, 1910. y Clearance Sale r HAT'S what our customers have been saying all day yesterday and today that our present July Clearance Sale is ''bigger and better" than any previous sale. It ought to be! The Calisher business is growing all the time, enabling us to give always bigger and better values. Come tomorrow, come every day during July Clearance Sale. You mustnt miss a single day. New Extra Specials will be advertised from day to day. In addition, there are already beginning to appear odd lots too small to be advertised. These we display on counters and in the windows, where you will find them on your daily shopping round. Read what awaits you here tomorrow! "Bigger and Better Than Ever Bef ore"-- Our Jul 1 Surumer Dresses Qne-fourih to One-third Off Xoet enough lingerie or linen dresses remain to group them into -lots. So we simply make the general re duction 1-4 to 1-3 off on all summer dresses in stock. f Our regular (prices are as low as it is possible to sell stylish, ready-to-wear. Wihen we reduce these by 1-4 or 1-3 you can't afford not to profit byit. v EXTRA Full Length Oats, made of black taffeta. Tailored and ifcrrmmed styles with fitted, semi-fitted or loose hack. Vaiues to $18.50. Sale Li men Suits July Clearance Silk Dresses pnce EXTRA Black Petticoats, made of -warranted taffeta silk. Ex tra, well anade, too, and finished with a deep tailored flounce. Regular ?5.00 values. Sale 0 jCQ $10.00 Linen Suits $3.95 $12.50 and $14.50 Linen Suits $5.95 $16.50 and $18.00 Linen Suits $8.95 These three lots comprise all colors in linen suits and aill styles the plain tailored suits as well "as the dressy embroidery or braid trimmed sxiits. A linen suit is an important part of every woman's summer wardrobe. We would suggest that you" make your selection from the above lots as soon as possible, to morrow would be the best time. $15.00 Silk Dresses; Sale price $20.00 Silk Dresses; Sale price $25.00 Silk Dresses; Sale price $30.00 Silk Dresses; Sale price $35.00 Silk Dresses; Sale price $40.00 Silk Dresses; Sale price $18.95 You will need a silk dress of some kinnd on your summer trip especially if you go any part of the way by water. Pongee Coats, Suits and Dresses . One-fourth to One-half Off Pongee garments are a big feature of July Clearance. Xot one is reserved. All are offered at reductions ranjximr from 1-4 to 1-2. " July Clearance In the Millinery A simple statement of reductions is, we believe, sufficient to fill the Millinery Section tomorrow with eager shoppers. Hats at HALF Baibv Gaps, embroidered and silk trimmed at HALF PRICE. AH remaining Pattern PRICE. Stylish Midsummer Hats, worth to $8.00, at A lot of Children's and Misses' Hats at HALF PRICE. $2.95 All Flowers and Foliage at HALF PRICE. Straw Braids at HALF PRICE. Silk, Net and Chiffon Hat Sarfs at HALF PRICE. Extra! Extra! Ostrich Plumes 1-4 Off ' $3.98 Fiske Sailors $2.15 All Ostrich Plumes French and willow 'Fiske' Straw Sailors, in black and burnt, black, white and colored during July regular $3.98 values; July Clearance, Etra 'Clearance at Special Extra! Extra! 1-4 Off $2.15 Lots of Fans to Keep You Cool Lots of Fans to Keep You Cool "Good Things" For Tomorrow's Shoppers "Polar Star" "WSrite Crocheted Spreads, full size, medium nveight, worth $1.25 ; Sale price 98c. "Vvtaite Damask Spreads, full size, hemmed, woven de signs, values to $1.75; Sale price $1.39. -"Imperial" "White Spreads, 11-4 size, Marseilles pat terns, values to $3.00; Sale price $1.95. White Marseilles Spreads, large size and heavy, hand some designs. Some of these spreads are hemmed, ofcaers fringed with, cut corners. Values to 4.00; Sale price $2.95. TFEiite Dimity Spreads, worth. $2.00; Saile price $1.50. Bleached Bath Towels, hemmed and fringed; some plain white, others have colroed border. Values to loc; Sale price 9c Hemmed Huck Towels with colored border, worth 81-Bc each; Sale price 5c Full Bleached Cotton Crash, worth 61-2c a yard; Sale price 10 yards to a customer 10 yards for 39c. AH linen Tcarchon Edgings and Insertions, values to 10c a yard; Sale price 10- yards to a customer 10 yards for 25c Odd lots and odd pairs of Portieres, Lace, 2sefc and Madras Curtains, Bed Sets, etc, to be closed out dur ing July Clearance at Half Price or. nearly Half Price. Mmm "'" Tomorrow Morning From 8 to 9 Tomorrow mornings in the Base ment, from 8 to 9 only, we will sell Best Grade Apron Gingham as a July Clearance Extra Special 10 Yards for 40c CURTAINS 1-4 OFF. All Madras Curtains, all Lace Curtains, all Portieres, all Couch Covers, all Table Covers, all Bed Sets and all similar merchandise during July Clearance Sale at 1-4 off. 38-inch White Curtain Swiss, in stripes, figures, dots, etc.; values to 25c a yard; Sale price 15c Curtain Xets, 42 to 50 inches wide, white and ecru; values to 35c a yard; Sale price 19c. Yard wide Sil'koline, about 50 different patterns; val ues to 15c a yard; Sale price 9c. Full yard -wide Burlap, in greens, reds, tans and blues; values to 15c a yard; Sale price 12c. Curtain Cretonnes. light and dark colors, new and at tractive patterns; values to 10c a yard; Sale price 7c. Monks Cloth, 60 inches wide, for floor coverings, table covers and summer portieres. Comes in tan, natural, the new blues, myrtle and sage green. Values to 75c a yard; Sale price 49c. Ruffled White Swiss Curtains, 2 1-2 yards long; val ues to 75c a pair; Sale price 47c. White and Ecru Door Panels, Battenberg and net; values to 1.00; Sale price 48c ' Mantel Scarfs, made of fine French gateen in pretty floral patterns and finished with tied and knotted fringe. Values to $1.25; Sale price S9c. Linen Lap Robes, in neat striped effects, full size, good colors Values to $1.00; Sale price 79c. Values to $1.25; Sale price 95c. Pongee is, beyond all question, the summer 3ilk. This is the time to buy a handsome pongee coat, dress or suit at 1-4 to 1-2 off the regular price. tgs All 25c Veilings 15c All 35c Veilings 23c All 50c Veilings 39c All 60c Veilings 53c All 75c Veilings 83c All $1.00 Veilings ' 79c Dress Goods Panamas, Voiles, Storm and French Serges, Prunellas, Broadcloths, Mo hairs, Sicilians, Lansdownes, Hen riettas, Nnnsveilings, Cashmeres, Wool Taffetas and Fancy Suitings The 50c qualities"; Sale price 39c The 75c qualities; sale price 48c The $1.00 qualities ; sale price 79c The $1.25 qualities ; Sale price 95c The $1.50 qualities; sale price $1.15 The $1.75 qualities; Sale price $1.39 The $2.00 qiialltles; Sale price ' $1.59 The $2.50 qualities; Sale price $1.98 The $3.00 qualities; Sale price $2.39 The $3.50 qualities; Sale price $2.89 July Clearance Neckwear WORTH $5c AND 35c FOR 19c Dainty new neck pieces stocks, tabs. Dutch collars, etc. worth 25c and 35c ; choice 19c. WORTH 50c AND 75c FOR 39c All styles of fancy neckwear, lace trimmed and em broidered, worth 50c and 75c; Sale price, choice for 39c. $1.00 NECKWEAR 1-4 OFF AH neckwear that sells in a regular way for $1.00 and more; during Jul Clearance 1-4 off. 15c COLLARS 9c Regular 15c embroidered collars, dozens of patterns to select from; Sale price 9c. Extra! Extra! Large Lace Collars white cream and ecru worth up to $2.50; July Clear ance Extra Special 99 Cents ? Caluhar Dry Goods Co. Chiwr-wM) Muslin Underwear All Combination Suits corset cover and skirt, corset cover and drawers, also the 3-piece combinations during July Clearance at 1-4 to 1-3 off. All Petticoats 1-4 to 1-3 off. All Drawers 1-4 to 1-3 off. All Chemise 1-4 to 1-3 off. All Corset Covers 1-4 o 1-3 off. Take this opportunity to lay in a whole year's supply of dainty undermuslins. Children's Drawers 15c Good quality Muslin Drawers, daintily finished with hemstitched ruffles. Sizes 1 to 12 years. 1 j July Clearance Extra: Special, per pair. '. IOC Hfand-Made Underwear 1-3 to 1-2 Off Our beaiutiful Hand-ilade, Hand-Embroidered Under wear full range of garments is included in July Clearance Sale at 1-3 to 1-2 off. Women's Pajamas Made'of fast color wash materials, all sizes $1.75 Pajamas for $1.4S. $1.'95 Pajamas for $1.59. ' $2.25 Pajamas for $1.85. $2.50 Pajamas for $1.95. $3.43 Pajamas for $2.75. i 1 Hanan Oxfords The Best On Earth We would like to have you see our line of Shoes and Oxfords Before buying your Summer Footwear Try Herald Want Ads. PEOPLE IN EL PASO HOTELS From Xevr Mexico. At the Sheldon P. T. Bartiett, Silver City; G. TV. East, Las Cruces. At the St. Regis J. H. Bigelow, Hills boro; R. F. Feagrans, Albuquerque; "W. T. Hamilton, Asarco; Frank Johnson, San ilarcial; J. T. Molten,, Las Cruces. At the Orndorff F. Ttf. Young and wife, Carrizozo. ' At the Zeiger Robert Herington, Columbus; W. IX LaPolnte, Las Cruces; Dr. J. H. Johnson, Oran. At the grand Central R. Anderson, Hachita; Fath. Geray, Las Cruces; Geo. 3L vTilliams, Alamogordo; J. Jackson, Alamogordo; H. D. Crist, Deenan; Mrs. H. TV. Gross, Garrizozo. , At the Angelus O. S. Gould, Hills boro. - From Arizona. At the Orndorff E. G. Gunther, Tuc son; E. TV. Booker, Globe. At the Zeiger A. TV. Anderson, Sol omonville. At the Grand Central Frank New man, Tucson. At the Angelus F. TV. Hawley, Tuc son; James Ashley, Tucson. . From Texas. At the Sheldon Edward Brehnn, Moulton. At the St. Regis TV. L. TVooton, waco; .airs. j. w. .vioone, .rceno; .airs. x. Y. -Casey, Reno; Otto P. Downing, Ft. Stockton; TV. M. Jonson, Hamlin. At the Orndorff C. H. Oglivie, Ft. "Worth. At the Zeiger J. J. Smith, Ysleta; M. TV. Jones, Ysleta; C. R. Clark, San Antonio; TV. D. Lansden, Ysleta. At the Angelus George TV. Snyder, San Angelo; T. TV. Shaw and wife, Hous- Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even afier the croupy cough appears, will prevent the attack. SoTd by all drug-gists. ton; C. E. Spalding, Marfa; Eugene Warner, San Antonio. From Mexico. At the Sheldon E. L. Turner, Mex ico City; M. O. Roberts and wife, Mex ico, D. F.; O. C. Irwin, Chihuahua; Bax ter Owen, Chihuahua; C- M. Powers, Chihuahua; R. T. Lester, Chihuahua. At the St. Regis D. M. Morris, Mon terey; TV. H. Evans, Parral; Johu J. Eagan, Torreon. At the Orndorff E. R. Puente, Chi huahua; R. Arreola, Torreon; Simon Ma.tinez, Guaymas; Emilio Pedraza, Chihuahua. At the Zeiger Ing. M. L. Cardona, Chihuahua; Ing. Roselio Escheveria, Chihuahua. At the Grand Central T. Eshavarria, Sinaloa; Theodore P. Montev'ede, Ciudad, Juarez; C. A. McKie, Casas Graudes; C. P. Pitt, Casas Grandes; N. N. Nelson, Amolaya; R. T. Kirby, Chihuahua. At - the Angelus TV. Benton, Mexico, D. F.; H. E. Hartegan, Chihuahua. From the Pacific Coumt. At the Sheldon Billie Smith, Reno, Nev.; V. R. Jones, Seattle, TVash.; E. A. Richards and wife, San Francisco. At the St. Regis L. R. Doolittle, Los Angeles. At the Orndorff Charles S. Coleman, Los Angeles; George A. Moore, wife and baby, Los Angeles. At the Zeiger J. M. Rollins, Port land, Ore. At the Angelus George H. Clements, Los Angelus; Roy L. Terrell, San Diego, Cal. From Xew York. At the St. Regis Floyd B. Wilson. From Chicago. At the Orndorff TV. S. Reynolds. From Missouri. At the Sheldon A. TVahlstab, St. Louis. From Eerywhere. At the Sheldon E. H. McCleary, Pitts burg, Pa.; Emil Dusler, Fort TVayne, Ind.; J. B. Smith. Tallahassee, Fla. At the St. Regis L. Luuksuitz, Den ver, Colo.; S- J. Gates. Louisiana; A. B. Clard, New Orleans, La.; E. S. "ham biers. New Orleans, La.; Philip Ham lin. Denver, Colo.; At the Orndorff H. J. Brittain. At lanta, Ga.; J. E. Reese, Manchester, Eng land. At the Zeiger Johu Banner, Mount Assy, N. C; A. L. Bunker Mount Assy, N. C At the Grand Central A. S. Seger bamiuan and wife, Axtel, Kans. RICH LEAD-SILVER ORE FR03I SHALLOW DIIAGOOX PROPERTY Car Shipment o Smelter Nets Texas Arizona Company $-0."S.-; Other Camps Have Rich Deposits. Dragoon Mining Camp, Ariz., July 6. The Texas-Arizona Mining company, in the Gunnison hills, is daily taking out rich lead-silver ore from the bottom of its 70-foot incline shaft, Avhich it is shipping to the El Paso smelter. The development is showing up more ore all the time, which also carries copper and silver values. From March 15 to June 15 it ship ped five cars of ore. 45 tons of first class and 75 tons of second class ore, which netted $3328.65. The last car shipment netted $2058.22, showing the ore getting richer with depth. A car load of the highest grade ever pro duced in the mine is on the dump to be shipped at once. Manager Williams has started a per pendicular shaft to the 100 foot level, from where drifts will be run to enter the known ore bodies. Extensive im provements will soon begin, consisting of office buildings, bunk house and gasoline hoist, all to be paid for from shipments of ore. President J. Q. Ma rlon of El Paso is visiting the property. The Arizona & Cleveland property is being steadily developed by Straud Bros., and it is believed will show simi lar rich deposits of ore at equal depth 1 of the Texas-Arizona workings. The main shaft of the Centurian is sinking steadily and ore is being stop ed in the 125 foot and 225 foot levels. j with better showings every day. 1 T. Higgins and I. J. Flanagan are be I gining work on their claim near the ! Centurian and arranging to patent their claim. ROSWELL GETS OUTSIDE TELEPHINE CONNECTIONS New Schedule Goes Into Effect on Ros-well-Vaughn Auto Line Three New Cars en Route. Roswell, X. M.. July 6. Roswell citi zens can now talk with El Paso, AJbai- uerque, Santa Fe. Las Vegas, Denver, and other cities west and north, the Bell company having- finished its telephone line between Roswell and Carrizozo. A new schedule lias been put into ef fect with the instalation of three new cars on the Roswell-Vaughn auto mail and passenger line. The car leaves Vaughn at S:30 a. m. and reaches Ros well not later than 2 p. m. Another car leaves Roswell at 12:30 p. m., arriving at Vaughn not later tian 6:30 the same afternoon. It is expected that this will cause a large amount of Roswell mail to be sent over the nuto route. 3IINIXG MEN'S MOVEMENTS. Col. J. TV. Pender, in company with TV. H. Muggly, of Boston, and J. H. Miller, of Joplin, Mo., have gone to the Proctectora gold mine, southwest of Ocampo, Chih. Edward J. Davis, of Pittsburg. Pa., has gone to the Sahuayacan mine In western Chihuahua. John Moffatt, manager of the Tamna mine, Quitman district, Texas, is in EI Paso purchasing mine supplies. George Griggs, of Chihuahua, man ager of the mineral exhibit of the state of Chihuahua, which Is one of the best and richest mineral collections in the world, and the author of "Mines of Candy Special Regular 40 Cents a Pound Glace Pecan Bar 25 Cents a Pound WEDNESDAY ONLY Chihnahua" is in El Paso "on his way to Los Angeles. Floyd B. TVilson, the lawyer and au thor of New York city, is at the St. Regis on his way to Mexico, where he is largely Interested in mining enterprises. PHOENIX ELKS TO BE IN EL PASO THURSDAY The Phoenix, Ariz., Elks' statehood special train will reach Bl Paso Thurs day morning at 5:30. The advance, messages sent out state that "if 3'ou're not at the train you lose." To prevent any such loss, a committee from the El Paso lodge will meet the special when it arrives and extend the Arizona boosters as much of the freedom of the citv as the- can use during the fcvro hours they are in drvdock here This committee will be composed of exalted ruler Walter Scott, of 187,. judge C. TV. Marshall and Dr. C. H. Higginsr Peach Ice cream delivered after sup per. Phone the Elite El Paso School For GIRLS Upper intermediate, full high school, and ad vanced elective courses. Theory, practice and appreciation of music under the best instructor. Resident director of physical training and outdoor sports. MSSI,A,rER--MISS TAFEL, Principal 520 Prospect Ave. El Paae, Texa. CONFECTIONERY COMPANY C S. PICKRELL, LSfcr. 206 N. Qreeon St. Pkose 34? CHEAPER THAN WHITE LEAD AND OIL Tuttle's Imperial is a high-grade paint and at $1.80 per gallon is much cheaper than paint can be made from Lead and Oil. Turtle Paint H Glass Co. See Us or Write for Prices on Hammocks, Water Bags, Tents, Cots, Durham Duplex Razors. and anything in the Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line. SHELTON-PAYJTE ARMS CO.