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A large variety of jabots and
Dutch collars, in lace, lace
trimmed and embroidered el
fects, values up to $1.00; Sea
ion's End Extra Special at
Wp begin Monday a Season's End Sale that will be the means of customers obtain
r ing some of tie biggest bargains ever given. Broken lines from our recent Clean
Sweep Sale have been gotten together and will be offered at price inducements
that will lead to speedy purchases. Already new fall garments are arriving and the week
we devote to our Season's End Sale must result in the clearing out of a vast amount of
merchandise. It is impossible in print to do justice to the values this sale affords, but a
visit to the store next week will soon convince you where the best bargains in El Paso
are io be obtained. Some of the Season's End "values are as follows:
Season's End Sale of Tailored Suits
All remaining spring suits must be closed out the coming -week, and to this end we have reduced prices to the lowest -possible
point. The assortment embraces blacks, navy blues, light and dark colors, mixtures and black and white stripes. The follow
ing reductions Are exactly as listed:
Full length reversible coats for
traveling, motoring or evening
wear. Made of natural linen
and lined in colorpd repp. Beg
ular $10.00 garments;
- Season's End price
$20.00 suits; Season's
$25.00 suits; Season's
$35.00 suits; Season's
$40.00 suits; Season's
$50.00 suits; Season
$6.75 Skirts $3.95 $10.00 $12.50 $17.50 $20.00 $25.00
There is no garment so useful for
summer and early fall wear as a
wkite eerge skirt. These are very
nice skirts, well tailored, madw
witk pocket. Regular $6.75 gar
ments; Season's End 'price
$12.50 DRESSES $4.85
These are lingeries, marquisettes and tissues, in white and
colors. Values up to $12.50; Season's End &A Q ?
$45.00 DRESSES $18.95
These are pongees, foulards, silk marquisettes, voiles, chif
fons and nets. They are handsome dresses that sell in a
regular way up to $4o.00; Seasons End
EXTRA! $7.50 Silk Kimonos $2.95
A limited number of full length Mmonos, made
of Habutai silk. Come in various solid colors,
also in large floral patterns. Both semi-fitted
and loose styles are offered. Kegular $7.50
Idmonos offered as an Extra Special at ,
$3.00 WASH DRESSES $1.19
There are only 50 dresses in this offer, so we advise that
you he an early shopper Monday. They come in all colors
and are made with high or low neck, long or short sleeves.
Regular $?.00 values; Season's End dj iq
price X X
$7.50 WASH DRESSES $3.85
Gingham, tissue and lawn dresses, also lingerie dresses,
values up to $7.50; Season's End ? Q QC
A large variety of lingerie and
tailored waists, in white and col
ors, with high and Dutch necks,
the famous "Forsyth" style tailor
ed waists are included, values to
$2.25; Season's End price
$1.50 KIMONOS $1.00
Just 100 kimonos, full length, made of crepe in large figured pat
terns and trimmed in silk, regular $1.50 garments; Season's End
NEW FALL SKIRTS
Values to $12.50 at $5.95
We continue to offer this remarkable
Extra Special in new fall skirts. But for
next week we have added some beautiful
embroidered black voile skirts and some
black corduroy effects. If you intend
getting a new skirt this fall you should
not overlook this remarkable offer. These
skirts are all advance fall models, many
showing the high belt effect. Values are
up to $12.50; Extra Special at $5.95.
Monday 0nly-$3.75 Silk Parasols $1.69
A specially selected lot of parasols offered Monday only. They
are pongees, smart black and white striped effects, navy blue
stripes and a variety of choice in solid colors. Have strong frames
and dainty bandies vind will give you lots of service and satisfac
tion. Values to $3.75; Extra Special Monday only at
EXTRA? THE NEWEST VEILS
To add interest to our Season's End Sale, we offer special prices
on Shetland veils, the latest New York fad. These are made of
silk and offered in white only.
Regular 50c Shetland veils for 29c
Regular 75c Shetland veils for 49c
XXVEX suits and dresses hatf prtce.
Ihiring Season's End Sale we offer all linen suits and
dresses at exactly one-half the original selling price. You
have still fully two months to wear these garments, and
we suggest that you come Monday and investigate thil
remarkable half price offer.
DISPLAYING ADVANCE STYLES FOR FULL.
In connection with our Season's End Sale we will disptav
advance fall styles in Buits, skirts, kimonos and other
garments. We are now receiving daily shipments of
fall styles. When you come to take advantage of Sea
son's End reductions do not fail to look at the new
things and see what is correct for the coming season.
The El Paso
School for Girls-
Have you decided upon a school for your daughter ?
You will find this school well equipped to meet every re
quirement of a girl's education.
A pleasant and attractive home life affords the right con
ditions for effective work.
The faculty is composed of women of college training and
experience in special lines of work.
The advantages in music are equal to those of the hest
Physical development and wholesome games form an Im
portant part of the daily work.
Every girl's course of study is planned with regard to her
individual needs; her study hours are under careful direction.
Girls of all ages are received as boarding and day pupik in
the intermediate, high school and advanced courses.
Thursday, September 14
1111 Terrace Street, El Paso, Texas. Telephone 2929.
WD MM, SII FEET TALL
OE HAVING SEVEN
Two Appear in Court and
Trial Is Delayed to Allow
Others to Testify.
New York, N. Y. July 29. Standing
more than six feet with shoulders
broad In proportion, and wearing: a
great picture hat, a gown of many
celors and large jewels, she was led
lHto the New Jersey avenue police
court, Brooklyn, between two police
men. As she approached magistrate Nau
mer, Charles Sigatov, a small, deter
ninea looking man, stepped forward
"So you "have my wife. Julia, at last,
have you? Tin very glad. I' Imagine
-tber husbands will be glad, too."
The woman gave Sigatov a glance of
scorn and laughed.
"Have on," she said In a deep voice.
"Rave on. little oae," she repeated, and
then she laughed again.
Bigamy the Ckarge.
"I charge this woman with bigamy,''
said Sigatov when his wife was
brought to the bar. Sigatov then told
how on April 11, 1910, he had married
Julia at his resldpnpp 47R Ww Toreoir
avenue, and how she had disappeared
two weeKs later with her wedding
Mrs. Sigatov, a woman of 55, stood
glaring at Sigatov while he spoke, but
she changed her glances to another
man as he stepped forward and told
the magistrate that he was "Marcus
"Weiss swore that he married the
muscular Julia in April, 1905, and had
given her handsome presents and
money. Then about two weeks after
the wedding day she disappeared.
Seven Men In Case.
"If you will postpone this beaTing
until Thursday," broke in Albert Kin
tie, counsel for Sigatov, "I'll have sev
en men in court who married this
woman, and she Is not divorced from
any of them. Her scheme Is to marry
a man, get money and presents from
him and then disappear. She would
then get some rabbi to give her a di
vorce, go forth and get a new hus
band." "I'll hold you in $1000 bail fo- ex
amination Thursday," said the judge.
"Let 'em all rave; let 'em all rave"
spoke up Mrs. Sigatov, as she shook
the feathers on her hat and started for
ball. ' "
Elks and MoOSe
The Mesa Ave. window
display of emblems and
jewelry for both orders is
the most interesting and
extensive shown locally
Everything marked in
TEXAS & MESA
"The mere thought of buying a diamond should suggest Silberte's.,,
Peaches ! Peaches ! Peaches !
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BED WAS L THAT'S AVERT dfl CONDITIONS'AS THET
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touched yA m, " r W m Was ssh&d L HAVE
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We have made special arrangements to supply
you with the largest and finest Elberta Peaches
that ever came 'to El Paso. They TviU only last a
few days, so you had better get your orders in early.
We Will Self These Extra Fancy
1.00 a Crate
And you will save money by buying them, as they
weigh half as much again as the smaller ones.
KE "uH UltTl mV i m mkm A H H"i 1 j H 31 "A Bt BlR i I j Si 3H
THE "OTHER WOMAN"
. TO STAY Iff PRISON
Material Witness in Beattie
Trial Under $5000 Bond,
Cannot Make It.
Richmond. Va., July 29. The plans
to obtain the release of Beulah Bin
ford, held as a material -witness for the
commonwealth in the Beattje murder
case, have been promptly blocked by
the state's representatives.
"A friend." whose Identitv remains
hidden, offered to furnish the $1000
bond, but the commonwealth's attor
ney decided that bail should be In
creased to $5000.
Miss Binford is to be kept in jail un
til the trial.
The girl has given up hope of obtaining-
bond and takes no comfort
from the many letters she is receiving
from all parts of the country. Her let
ters contain offers of sympathy and
of marriage and even of engagements
on the vaudeville stage but no offers
of the bail 'bond of $1000.
"The evidence in our possession,
said associate prosecutor "Wendnhrsr.
"is iJuffifcient. That which anay be
gathered later would only be cumula
tive and really Isn't necessary."
MAY GO TO ASIA
FOR GrOLDEN FLEECE
EIGHT ARE KILLED
IN A MAINE WRECK
Excursion and Passenger
Trains Collide at a
Grindstone, Maine, July 29. Efght
persons. Including three trainmen, are
dead and 14 seriously Injured as the
result oi. a head on collision which
occurred at the Bangor and AroostooJe
railroad station here shortly after 9
oclock last night. The trains were a
special of three light coa-che centain-
ing about 150 excursionists, and & reg
ular passenger express.
The five passengers killed aa& all of
the Injured were In the smoker direct
ly behind the engine f tha excKrsion.
The accident appears to have been
due to a misunderstanding of orders.
j I. ST. "Wllkerson left for Houston
Bear service- Cactus messengers.
Fred Knollenberg May Go
in Search of Famous
An El Pasoan may go to Central
Asia on a quest for the golden fleece
of the mohair goats, that are raised in
that country as In no other country of
the world. Fred C Knollenburg roay
make the long journey into Interior
Asia with Dr. C. C. Young in search
of full blooded mohair animals for the
National Mohair Growers' association.
Ir. Toung has a special permit from
the emperor of Russia to bring out 50
more full bloods for his karakul sheep
ranch in Texas. If Mr. Knollenberg ac
companies him, arrangements will also
be made for the exportation to the
United States of a small herd of Asiatic
mohair goats for the purpose of Im
proving the strain of the mohair goats
in this country. Mr. Knollenberir Is
now in correspondence with the associ
ation officers regarding the proposed
BISBEE IS IXVADECD BY
A TEST OF HOUSE FLIES
Bisbee, Ariz., July 29. This city Is
being invaded by millions of house
flies, which have become such a pest
that the city council will, at the request-
of citizens, take measures to get
rid of them at the next meeting of
that body. The flies come up to the
city from the city garbage dump below
Lowell, where they are in such large
numbers that persons who have gone
there with refuse have been almost
overcome by the flics. The fly invas
ion has caused a resurrection of the
proposition to build a garbage disposal
Have your clothes cleaned Wrigkt.
Cactus messengers are safe and sure.
By author of
Many more good ones in
store for you. Drop in
and look them oyer.
108 Mesa Ave.