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Rpratise of the Fact that Oar Store Be Closed on Saturday, We Make nusua I Friday jrr Special Friday Women's Embroider ed Front Tailored Waists worth up to $1.25 y Special Our New SpecialGlove at 89c A special lot of -women's all white embroidered front, tailored linene waists, large variety "with embroidered fronts plaited, side plaits, duster plaits and Gibson side plaits with tail ored collars and cuffs, worth up to SI 25. Friday Special Pair d C eac Serge Dresses at $6.75 New fall styles of serge dresses in navy and black, with the new Robes pierre collar of satin and velvet. Some are trimmed with narrow black braid down waist front, with colored bullet buttons to match collar, which are Red, Copenhagen, and Black. Others have pipings of plaid silk down front; sKirts in panel effect and in verted pleats. These are all wool serges; sizes 16 to 40. Man) months ago we placed an import order for an immense quantity of these gloves for these reas ons: First, to bay right the hest quality in peeping with our standard, and, second, to gae our patrons a glove worth while for less than $1.00 a pair. Friday these gloves will be shown for the first time and We hope they will meet with your approval. We can assure you their quality is as good as most one dollar gloves they're fine, soft, pliable kid. Well made and sewn, perfect fitting, two clasps, triple fancy back stitch. Come in all staple colors, also while and black they will wear. Priced specially. er EXTRA ite Petticoat Special Commencing Friday, values worth up to $1. TS, on sale at 95c each By far the best of values we've ever been able to offer. They're made of good quality muslin and nainsook and trimmed in 'such a large variety of styles in Embroidery and Val. lace. Some of the flounces are 24 inches deep, with row after row of em broidery insertion or lace; every skirt is a superb value, all grouped into one lot, worth up to 1.75. Your choice commencing Friday 95c each Pair Messaline Silk Dresses $675 Xew style silk dresses in all the wanted colors, with Robespierre col lars of another color, such as Ameri can Beanty, Copenhagen, White, Gold and the dresses are Navy Blue, Taupe, Copenhagen, Brown, Gray and Black with lace and net frilling on waist and collar. They fasten in front. In all sizes, 14 to 44. A White House value Store Closes MU on Saturday 'The Store of Service' m Store Closes on Saturday i nf,)nii nmi.nj)n ;:::::: fff IHP IlIHlr if 1 If '-'- ;!;::::: All Our New Pali Suits The Ones We Bought to sell for ""- I::::: $15, $18.50 and $20 ft 4 rf- O C -"?! P K MB imU -4---'; 1 IK Ap 1 1 " "" j r On Sale This Week . , In this collection you will find the season's newest shades of brown, gray and blue Also a big line of fancy mixtures. The fabrics are worsteds, cheviots and cassimeres. Every suit is hand tailored and is Guaran teed to give you perfect satisfaction in every detail. Come in and let us show vou tomorrow. and every other item important in the dress, all of the latest crea tions ready for your choosine. FALL HATS SUCH AS you want in large varieties of shapes, colors and textures Shirts and Neckwear pE I;:: 310-312 San Antonio St. ZZZZzl' iiifiiiiiiiyiip CONTEST CASE IS I HOCKING ALONG" No Important Eulings Yet Made Injunction to Save the Ballots. To restrain county clerk Park Pit man from burning up the ballots used in the recent primaries, Ike Aldereto, district clerk, contestant for the district clerk's nomination for reelection in the contest now pending before judge W. U Douglas in the 41st district court, de clared Wednesday that he would apply f ... . tilimrfinn. Sixtv davs after the primaries the county clerk has the right to destroy the ballots. The time in this instance will have expired on September 27. The ballots, it is believed by the antis contesting the nomination of the ring candidates in the suit, will be needed for evidence. In the event that the court decides to have the list of nominees as published by the county clerk revised, adding thereto the names of the contestants, would he have the right to make such a revision? That was the question pro pounded to the attorneys for the con testants and contestees Thursday morn ing by judge Douglas. He stated that he-was not making any ruling, but the question had occurred to mm. ouage Peyton F. Edwards," one of the attorneys for the contestees. stated that he meant to take that up in his argument. The position of the contestees in view of the fact as they allege that the notice of contest was not filed with the county clerk within the time specified by law, is that the county cleric would not nave the right to revise the list of the nomi nees even should the judge ordered it done. , . , , Judge T. A. Palvey and judge Ed wards, representing the contestees, are basing their sole defence to the suit be ing prosecuted by the contestants on the proposition that the contestants did not file the notice of contest in tune. In '-contradistinction to that position, judge Seymour Thurmond, for the con testants, is arguing that the article or the statute on wnica tne attorneys xor the contestees are relying is not ap plicable to the case. Argument in the case began Wednes day afternoon when the matter of the cost bond was taken up, the contestees having ruled for costs. No ruling was made on that score, and none will bo made until the question of jurisdiction has been settled. In the event that judge Douglas decides against the contestants, it was stated that a writ of mandamus would be applied for to compel him ,to try the case. The question then of the time of notice would be settled by a higher court. The action of judge Doug las in the contest election eases pending before him would be final. An appeal would lie in case he refused to try the cases, and this would be onlv bv an aD- I plication for a writ of mandamus. The ease of judge F. G. Morris. who is contesting tne nomination oi judge T. R. Harper, will be brought before iudge Douglas again as soon as the con test case now pending Alderete vs. Es cajeda has been disposed of. Judge Morris Wednesday morning announced that he would amend his petition. No definite ruling has been made in any case. .' ' Clothes For very uccasion, 'OW that the Fall season is fully on, we want to forcefully impress on the mmd of every man in El Paso that this is the one place in El Paso to get correct clothes for every occasion. For dress occasions, both fonhal and infor mal, we are showing this Fall the largest assort ment of clothing and accessories to be found locally. That Every Day Suit When it comes to the substantial "everyday" business suit, we defy competition with our in comparable Adler-Rocnester . Clothes for Men Whatever price you decide to pay for a suit, there is no ques tion in the world about your getting the fullest value for your money here in an "Adler-Rochesler." For the young men "Society" brand is the best you can buy, and that is the reason it is found only at the "Union Clothing Co." SPECIAL NOTE. Fall hats, neckwear and furnish ings of all kinds find nothing lacking in our present display. m Lbkbbv'' -.NE vsLLhLh THE COTJBTS. 34th DISTRICT COURT. Dan M. Jnckson, Prcnidtntr. Victor Galbadon, charged with theft from the person, jury unable to agree on a verdict and dismissed. J. B. Bennett, charged with robbery by assault; on trial. Effie H. Crowell vs. John V. Crowell, suit for a divorce; filed. Exparte vs. Etta Clausen, suit to re move disabilities; filed. Henry Milch vs. El Paso & South western Railway company et als., suit for damaged for $25,000; filed. You can fry one food af ter another in the same rusto because it does not absorb odors. Think how eco nomical it is. And Cruslo is better than butter for all cooking and costs less' than, half as much. You'll never use hog grease again after once trying pure, odorless, tasteless Cruslo Lard. 41st DISTRICT COURT. t TV. C. Douglas, Presiding, j F. G. Morris vs. J. R. Harper, suit to j contest election: on trial. i Ex-parte vs Mary Katherine Evans. . suit to remove disabilities; filed. Ike Alderete et als. vs. J. A. Escajeda et als.; suit to contest election; on trial. T. S. Delaney vs. Grace Delaney, suit for divorce, filed. QUALITY LARd COUNTY COURT. A. S. J. Eylar. Presiding J. Shannon, charged with theft under $50; pleaded guilty and fined $1 and one day In jail. Antonio Vlllalabos vs. A. T. & S. F. Railway; suit for damages, $950; ver dict for defendant. J. P Delaney vs. W H. Cain, suit on commission, $381.50; on trial. JUSTICES' COURTS. E. B. McCllntock, Presiding. Roy Davis, charged with forgery; bound over to the grand Jury on $500 bond. J Shannon, charged with theft from the person; case dismissed and com plaint charging defendant with theft under $50 filed in the county court, to which he pleaded guilty. J G. Nova vs. Western Tailoring Co., suit to recover $17; filed. E. Ochoa vs Western Tailoring Co, suit for $15.50, filed. Charles Gill vs. Western Tailoring Co., suit for $12.50; filed. Richy Hass, peace bond proceedings; filed. Barbaro Arcinaga, charged with as sault; complaint filed. A Xew Contest Case In Court. Tou are guilty of a misdemeanor and a crime against the laws of nature when you will allow your hair to become full of dandruff. The panalty is the com plete loss of your hair and beauty. The lawyer who will defend you is a $1.00 bottle of the Mexican Herb Hair Tonic, which is guaranteed to -svin your case WILL HAVE LARGER BAND COME HERE FR03I CHIHUAHUA. So pleasing was the Mexican band concert Tuesday night that Gen. Vic toriano Huerta, through the Mexican consul, announced that he would have a band of from 80 to 100 musicians re turn from Chihuahua as soon as the Mexican Central railroad was repaired and give another concert In Cleveland square. Manufactured Only By Magnolia Cotton OH Company Houston. Texas fjft ??3385 PRICES OP AU1J TIJIES SMASHED IMPERIAL FULLY GUARANTEED 28x3. $11.45 32x3 $19.25 30x3 $12 25 34x4 $29.50 C0x3 $18 05 Celebrated Red Innertnbes. ALLEN ARMS & CYCLE CO. 404 N. Oregon St. illness. For two days she was uncon Ecious. but today her condition was re ported somewhat improved OW Sii This is the real Furniture opportunity of the season. Every article in stock bears a Red Tag which means a big saving. Hi . EL PASO BURNISHING Co. Mills & Stanton Sts. n IW4 fcj -J WQ MRS. PATRICK CAMPBELL REPORTED SERIOUSLY ILL London, England. Sept. 19. Mrs. Pat rick Campbell, the actress, is said to be critically ill. Four specialists who were called differed as to the cause of her vrM & wm mMM fli hi n wvfeFM& w, mntfw r MANY POSTMASTERS DISCUSS POSTAGE AND PARCELS POST Richmond, Va., Sept 19. Penny post age, parcels post, postal savings banks, rural delivery, the classification of fourth class postmasters and various other topics were discussed today be fore the National League of Postmas ters of the United States In session here. More than 800 postmasters of the third and fourth class are in attend ance, representing 22,000 of the 57,000 postofflces in their classes. DEATHS AND BUSIALS 1 CfW GROCERY k&f I COM G O 204-206 E. PA NY Overland St c UNDERSELL ALL OTHERS To Our Patrons: DON'T FORGET. We close Saturday, Sept. 2 1 and open at 5 :30 p. m. You will confer a great favor upon us by placing your wants for Saturday and Sunday for Friday delivery. VIRGINIA ROBINSON. Virginia Robinson, the six year old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Wit Robinson, died at Paragould, Ark., Thursday morning of typhoid fever, according to a telegram received in El Paso Thurs day morning. The little girl and her parents had been visiting Mrs. Robin son's parents in Paragould, where she contracted the disease from which she was unable to recover. No funeral ar rangements have been made. MRS. ELEANOR B. EDGAR. Mrs. Eleanor B. Edgar, wife of Dr. John F. Edgar, died at the family residence. 504 Prospect avenue Wed nesday night The funeral was held Thursday afternoon and the burial was in Concordia cemetery. George Estes will go to Amarillo, Texas Friday to attend court there A 8 kin of Btatity is a Joy Forever. R. T. Felix Oouraud's Oriental Cream or Magical Beautiflor. Beoovea Tin, Tlnplet Freckles, lloth itcbeS, Ru&,an! Skla Diwisej, ana zTcry DienusA oabeaatf, odda flu detection. It bu stood tbe twt ot 64 Tears, and Is so Bimlfia ire tutelttobesaitlt H properly cuds. Accept no couster fett of slmOir name. Dr. L. A. Sarro said to ladr cf the hast ton (a patient): "As you ladles Till 2S3 them. I recommend 'Gonrnnd'a Crernn' as the least barmfol or all the Sln preparations." For sale by nil dmsjtsti and Fancy Goods Dealers In ths United States, Canada and Sirope. KBD.T. HOPHHPrcp., 37 Bred issa Strot IforfcL n -. -u u SN L !. al 6r So l 'j Jffi Evening Slippers (Lattemann s New York Made) Satins, Suedes or Dull Mat Kid (Beaded or Plain Vamps-Half French or Covered Cuban Heels) The Very Newest Models Just Received San Antonio St. No. 221 THE SATISFACTORY Jk & sssv sste-tf"--- SORT J Texas St No. 116 L ED W. PEW.