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EL PASO HERALD
.8 IFriday, February 28, 1913 V I C-HKM : " ' OAHMEM CA..BHBKS "T" j 1 I jfEW PARASOLS A special Saturday feature Parasols worth to $2.50, Every wanted color and style is present. && 98c iHfciBs j .Kr vTm ssHsBi&ASwHliSwi? " -'31-K wmWjl - t Last Day of the Big Patriotic Sale Saturday ! j4mf itfe'ue prepared a Great Spread of Tempting Values in fixings you need right now Fixings for yourself, for the children and for the home It's the thrifty buyers we want buyers who know values and know, too, just how much these economies we offer meanwe want you to come here tomorrow, to reap the benefits of these underpricings. Your Spring Suit, Madam, Is Iere Waiting for Your Approval Wouldn't you consider it a treat just to -walk in here and see just the suit or dress, you have had in mind at just the price, or perhaps less, than you had decided to spend? Would you appreciate a saving say, of "enough to purchase that preltyhat you were thinking of? We "will be only too glad to show you the suit ana the savings-won z you come lai The New Spring Suits $14.50, $17.50, $19.75 and Up to $39.75 Present a gathering that, for excellence o f materials, style and making, cannot be equaled elsewhere at the price The Materials, selected with great care, and in most instances, confined exclu- sivelv to 'tCalisher's," embrace the newest of the more favored weaves in smart English effects, Frenchy novelties and the quiet shades of grey in handsome Diagonals and Bedfords. The ShortXtoats, in cutaway and straight styles, are" cleverly modeled to meet the requirements of El Paso's particular trade, with skirts in draped or slashed eiiects so muuxi in lavor. Silk Poplin Dresses $14.95 Are a new favorite exquisite models, in the wanted shades, with elaborate embroidered yoke and skirt. These are an exceptional value! Sale of Ribbons Saturday underpriced. We have just received" a special purchase and shipment of beauti ful Spring ribbons which we very tpecially feature tomorrow 4 io 6 in. Fancy Ribbons, worth up to 45 c yard, 25c the Yard There's a brilliant gathering to choose from, m exquisite ifloral and Dresden designs, stripes and plaids an excellent value. 4 io 6 in. Fancy Ribbons, worth up to 40c yard, 19c the Yard This special lot embraces novelty bordered ribbons in plain shades, Moire, and Silk ribbons in all de sired shades. Wool.CHallie Dresses $14.95 Another new feature, in tans, browns and other desired shades beautifully made, with clever touches of rieJi trimmings, and a splendid value at ?14.95. NATURAL LINEN DRESSES $7.95 Handsomely made, in an excellent grade of pure linen, wiii richly em broidered yokes, beed styles, a great value. SATIN FOULARD DRESSES $5.00 An extra special value for -Saturday while they last! Come in black and white pin stripe, Woes, brocaded, etc Worth $10.00. ) , "Opera" Waists and Shirts Charming Spring Styles Fresh from the hands of the most noted waist makers of the world made and designed as only "Opera" Waists are, with those ingenious touches and exquisite care of detail that every woman likes and you know, "Opera" Waists can be had only at "Calisner,s." The materials, Crepes, iMarquisettes, Lingerie and Silk are the best grades obtainable, and are made in clever yoke styles and "shirt bosom" effects, with embroidered, ratine and dainty lace trimmings in colored fancies and all white, conservatively prieed ?IQ Q UP to 4l Q NEW MIDDY BLOUSES Beautifully made Middy's, with low . necks and lacings, or high yoke, with pretty collars and cuffs, are shown in an excellent grade Galatea Cloth,' specially priced t 1 - OC i-WM- vl8CjT PJr V at SATURDAY WAIST SPECIAL A great gathering of new Lingerie Waists, Linen Shirts and Tailored Waists will be specially featured Saturday, at. -. . The season's bet styles are represent ed in this special lot! 95c -.4. U j,-. - Trfmmittgs are in llne'v orred. Sale of Veilings Saturday $1.00 Shetland itiesh Veils '...( 59b Come in all shades Saturday special. 50c Fancy Face Veilings 33c Come in a splendid eboiee of patterns. 75c Wash Chiffon Scarf ings ....-.-. -39c Come in all wanted shades, very heavy. Beautiful Shaded Veils, Special .-.-. $1'J25 Come in combinations of all new shades. Fancy Veilings, worth to 35c 15c Come in lengths of 1 1-4 to 1 1-2 yards, in many patterns and colorings the veil, 15c. Sale of Lace Collars Saturday Beautiful designs in Venise, Irish and SQ. Crochet Lae$ Collars, worth to $1.25 J7C Here is a remarkable selection of wide and narrow collars, in square, round or pointed styles, dainty, exquisite designs, remarkable not only for their beauty, bwt the price, as welL Exquisite Ribbon' Novelties in Bows, with cunning lttthTroses and pearl trimmings, are specially priced Saturday 25 C an 50 C Fancy Irish Lace Collars, worth 50c, . O G? , Are another -veiy special Talue for Saturday. 25c WOMEN'S SPRING UNDER WEAR Very special, vests or pants Medium weight, small ribbed gar ments, an excellent grade. UNION SUITS QCI Special OOC Medium weight, elose ribbed all sizes. !pl.5?5 SATURDAY SALE OF WALK ING HATS AND SHAPES. Worth to $3.tfo, at Here's a spring treat, iind ire'd advise an early choice, for we are afraid there are not enough to go around Every1 new and favored style and shajse. Sale of Flowers Continues Saturday. 10c Flower Clusters 25c .7Se Silk JRosea. with foliage. .39c $1.00 Flower Clustery 50c 6 to 9 p. m. Special Pears Soap the. cake .. 10c Limit, TwbJakBs.' " t Colgate's and Williams' Talcum Powder, box 13c Limit, One Box. Bikers Dental Cream 11c Limit, One Tube. Hinds Honey and Almond Cream, 50c sise. ..1 :..34c Limit, One Bottle. Newbro's Herpieide -35c Limit, One Bottle. x Bonds Extract 17c Limit. One Bottle. AB'tiay long. - h U&e-'Idali&'Tfooth- Powder 1 5c 50c Pinauds Eau De Quinine 38c 50c Colgate's Bay Rum 38c 50c Rikers Cream of Roses. 38c 50c "Albo" Face Bleach 38c 50c "JPebeco" Tooth Paste. . .38c Saturday Extra Specials (First Floor) $1.50 KID GLOVES Bitted, the T- OQ An excellent grade in tan, brown, navy, red, mode and gray Saturday only. "CAROLA," MILANESE LISLE ?Eio GLOVES Pair DOC 6 to 9 p. m. only "Made in Saxony," regular 50c Come in pongee shades. $3 16 BUT. NATURAL DOESKIN d.0 rQ GLOVES P074 $3.95 16 BUT. KID GLOVES .... gQ QC The pair &&& tome in pink, blue and cream shades. WOMEN'S SHEER LAWN CORDED BORDER HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS -j g 3 for ....1UC WOMEN'S' EMBD. HEMSTITCHED 0" HANDKERCHIEFS 3 for ....&J 15c AND 20c GALATEA AND SERGE -f -j SUITINGS H-V A splendid selection of pretty new patterns. Pur chases limited to 10 yards. Jst Floor. 15c PERCALES In new and pretty - "1 patterns AJ. LEATHERETTE HAND BAGS With 4 compart ments, imitation seal, steel Citflr frame OUC PATENT LEATHER BELTS K(n 15c, 25c to Out, ROLLED GOLD VANITY BRACELETS, OE- each dJ NEW BOW AND BAR PINS " C Worth 25c, at fUt Come in the neslong style, in pretty designs. iL,r:':, $1 and $i.so This is a new arrival in the Corset Section, de signed to meet the requirements of slender figures a most comfortable, health preserving corset that gives the desired fullness and graceful lines so much wanted and necessary for a perfect form. ' MAJESTIC CORSETS New models, a satisfactory corset for woraeH who are particular We "specially feature these corsets, Sat urday, at 89c- 51-00, 51.50- and up to' 55.0'0. MME. IRENEC0RSETS $2.98- Odd numbers sad h'nes-that were regularly marked from $5.00 jup to 515.00. Your -swe may be here and just think ef the price 52.98. wSST.r. 35c, 50c and 75c A. Drah specia Come inplain or lace trimmed styles, reinforced - at,arms u--. Big Bargains For Little Folks Saturday (2nd Floor) Misses Twilled and Muslin Middy Blouses v r Worth $1.00 OUC A very special feature, on sale from C to 9 p. m. oaly-Come in whit?, with dainty trimmings and collars in all colors, and Ted and blue stripes Purchase limited to 1. x Children's Gingham Dresses C CWWrea's Gingham BwsewQp , worth to ?1.00, 2 to 6 years. . O C worth to 51256 to 14 years .t7 0Cj Children's Imported Dresses Sizes 2, S and 4 In Linen Repp and Galatej J A-Tm Tj-4 Art wv nlAfi tP I Am iflll nn to J . pritty styles and colors, at half regular value.? "iOC P0 Children's Belted Dresses, in poplins, repps and pique, with large pearl but tons, white only, worth to 52.00. $1.25 : Waists, 39c Misses' Blazer Coats, spring weight, in Norfolk style, excellently made. Children's H. & W. Drawer Waists, laee trimmed, worth 50c Infants' Bibs 5c to 35c In every size and pretty style. Children's "Wayne Knit," "Pony" Brand Hose Bkek and white ". ... $6.95 a superior grade, all wool, at j Infants' ABC Fancy Bibs, large size, Terry cloth, r r; t - T ..fiOC Infants' Bonnets 29c to $2.25 a DeauutiH selection, spring styles. 25c I Saturday Extra Specials (Lower Floor) 50c 4 STRING BROOMS-- OO S to 11 a. m. only 5C GOLD DUST WASHING T0WDER -t tj -S to 11 a. m. only 1 C TOILET PAPER Limit, S to 11 a. in., '-j r 3 rolls for" 1 U C LARGE GLASS PITCHERS q 3 to 11 a. m. only X i C ' CHttDREN'S DRESES-rftK, ts' ja - 1.25.' all day 3U..v.-.,-. JOcfC ' WOMEN'S SUN BONNE'ESiWjftn'SOc. q -- all day 50C 121-2c DRESS AND APRON GING- rj ji HAMS All day 'ZC WOMEN'S SUMMER VESTS - Lace trimmed. 3 for OC $1!5 LmGERIE WAISTS 7Q 7 to 9 p. m. only c?C $1.00 PERCALE HOUSE DRESSES AQg 7 to 9 p. m. only rriC MEN'S $1.00 PERCALE AND MADRAS - SHIRTS 7 to 9 p. m. only OUC BOYS' 75c MOTHER'S FRIEND Q WAISTS 7 to 9 p. m --... rC LEATHERETTE AND STRAW-SUIT CASES Full size, worth to 51.50 Limit 1 QQf 7 to 9 p. m. only 2OC WOMEN'S MUSLIN DRAWERS Tucked, hem stitched or lace trimmed, worth 50c OCJr 35c and iOC WOMEN'S 20c BLACK OR TAN "Olhf HOSE Pair, L l WOMEN'S $1.00 LINGERIE WAISTS OQ All dav OIC , ...CALISHER'S THE MAN WHO UKES TO SAVE Is the Man Man Who Watches These Calisher Saturday Specials The object of this little "ad" is to keep you posted to let you know that here in this big store is a "Man's Store" where the new things are always shown at a lesser price a saving to you, not alone on Saturday, but every day of the week too. Tomorrow, we feature 50c Spring Ties at 2h This mere statement does noi convey uic full meaning of this offer You must see these beautiful snappy designs, the rich colorings to fully appreciate the value we are offering you The lot includes about 12 dozen high grade mer cerized silk finish washable ties, too, in smart pat terns You'll want a half dozen! SPRING WEIGHT UNION SUITS 89 C Aextr- fine grade; full fashiened, dose rifefeai-TegHlorly worth 5L25 the suit. HERCERIZED LISLE HOSE Worth 20c 1 1 C he pair .-... 01.00 SOFT SHIRTS 'Slightly soiled, collars CO attached " $1.25 PAJAMAS Madras, with silk 98 C trimmings .-. ........ 6T09P.M. SPECIAL WHITE SHIRTS 7Qc Collar and cuffs attached, in neat madras, sizes 16 1-2 to 17 1-2 - W only Worth all of $1.25. r!W HE . . ! m wMwaamFn E i Nv)BHUwUHB w Ib3?3 7t-iH thout WHgt WtZf be a SH Wjr OPRING styles in women's a- are now arriving daily. To led your Spring footwear wi seeing what we offer will mistake. shoes JHife- iH i i life - 'HmSiSRi Miilli :$mm Si (S Sscss2i!Hi7' I KnlzSfl aV 1 JHOp li - IS QCiv fe 'sv We are i-Paso ageats for 66. J.&M" -fiWSDston & MHrpiy) - Shoes for Men In Chicago cold storage warehouses ol more than 20.000 poumLs of butter by revenue agents are expected to result in a score, of prosecutions in the federal courts according to a statement of fed eral officials today. The confiscation is the result of an examination of sev eral million pounds of butter stored in several warehouses. It is charged that the outter is adulterated with -more than 16 percent water. Mexican Herald on sale at news wagon, Oregon and San Antonio. Sr. Morford. obstetrics, diseases of chil dren &kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv ous diseases. J42 Roberts-Banner Bldg. Starts Nm Service VomliiT I Dr. RollInsoE. disease Of children, and I Rlnkx I,ecacv To Aid F"nh N. i Mt.m..n .ii. i i i . ... i obstetrics. 11 Roberts-Banner Bld- ! v- i- ... .- v tm o .. T n - i i v 11 , uj lt its' - K( k rt i jnri of Tt nskd a 1 c i.f 7" '-,";;x Ivl1 -Ti"r iai -. ivi inspectors Selie Batter. j so uu 1j aiu.m; U.rfathfr l -- ii. n- roa. 4 yo 10 iouglas ani Bisbte, 1 Chicago, III. Feb. 2S Recent seizure? 1 denpln iifKert in contesting the will News Brevities Adver tisemeni .) Train BalletiB. T.ex5 Pacific train No. 5. from tfce east, due at 9:40 p. m. is reported t afternoon and evening trains for Frl- t - - --1 1,-4 vii uhk. Prempt TraBtier Servlee. ror prompt baggage, livery, hack and freigbr transfer, call Pomeroys El Paso Transfer. Phone 2444 The cars will leave Kl Paso each Mon day and Thursday at 6 p. m. Only a weekly service has been in effect here tofore. Drs. Brown, dentists. 26 Mills Bldg.; phone 932-X. Signs of Spring Appear. . The- plaza is green and other porks are snowing the touch of spring. Many lawns 'indicate by their renewed life that winter has passed. . Shrubs and trees are budding. For aoBHe -nlrlne and fixtures R the National Telegrapnono and Supi Company, 317 Mills street. of her grandfather, the late Gen. Thomas T. Kckert. former head of the Western Union telegraph company. Miss Kckert receives I&6.806 and a $30,000 country estate by the will, the breaking of which canceled her legacy. Dr. Jones, Foot Specialist. Mills Bldg. Open at night by appointment. Phone 783 Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines and internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid. "Trust" Beady To Pay Fine. Detroit Mich., Feb. 23 Representa tives of the Standard Manufacturing companj of Pittsbnrs and other mem bers of the socalled iath tub trust re centl convicted of criminal conspiracy in rrstiaint of trade have notified ;isia..t attornev J Kdward Rland of iW'- iit that th will i th. fines nn ! .;. il i' urist tin m without furth- i contest ii- ihe. government will cancel a second criminal indictment which is pending against them. Mr. Bland has asked attorney general 'Wlckeraham for instructions. Dr. Jaraleson. diseases of kidneys, bladder, rectum awTskin; 61S Mills Bldg. Grand Opera for "Western Cities. Chicago. Ill, Feb. 28. The Chicago Grand Opera company, which left New York today for a tour of cities west of Chicago, will travel 9846 miles M special train of two sections. The train will go direct from New York to Dallas. Texas, a distance of 173S miles. Chiropodist, Mrs. Benson. Herald Bldg. : lieaaqaarters lor naiaa wraps, ucm ! Electric Co, Sol San Antonio St. Four Generation. Celebrate. Newton. , J, Feb. -8. One hundred years old. Mrs. Anna Ratan, second cousin of commodore Perry, victor of the battle of LaK, JSrie. rajpeiva con gratulations from 2 descendants, rep resenting four generations, at a daugh ter's home here. Blevea great 'grand children and two great great grand children were among those wrhov4s!led the aged woman. Dr. RatUff, dentist, 204 Caples bldg. Dr. T. W. Crowder. eye, ear, nose and throat. 412-13 Mills BWg- phone IW. Finds "Watch In Stranger's Coat. Chicago. 111.. Feb. 28. Whoa Dr. Peter J. Peel a1sefered i.lhat he had been robbed of hte watch in a fashion able cafe here, ho Hmembered that a man sitting near Mm had joeOed him In entering. He noticed where the man he suspected had Aung his overcoat thrust his naW Into the pocket and found two watcHea, Ms own and an other. He took feoth while the owner Of the coat watc&ed him. not saying a word. ' Dr. Xettle Sattcrlee, osteopath, 410 Mills Bldg, pfcoae 141. Dr. Kfeln. diseases or lungs, stomach. Intestines. Koherts-Banner Bldg. V " Railroad. Men "Xre Scattered. Traffic manager A N. Brown oX the El Paso & Southwestern system. V in Chicago. General passenger agent Eugene Fox is In St Louis. Assistant gVneral freight agent W. C. Barnes is fttendlng a rate meetiag in Paoentx, and chief clerk J. D. Mason, of the passenger department is in Los An jreles attending a rate meeting. Assist fnt superintendent H. W. Oonnolly; of the G H., has gone to Houston for a conference relative to the book of rules. I Dr. Came-on. dentist 23S Mesa Ave. Dr. Paget, dentist SOI Roberts-Banner. TdBoanrE-ge ""'Pkln coresPondenrf tkt Times points out ?halwlng to the deadlock of the six Powell China will be unable to meet liabilities amounting to JiBS.m failing due in Europe in the next fort ntght Thfs is in adStlon to the arrears from the Boxer Indemnity. r a t SHU Osteopthlc Infirmary. Dr ira wf Collins, physician In chief. nT AnSia Bark. Dr. Grace Parker. Dr. r?asStxiteS yS,Ctea3: 201 West Mlseonrl stree- rak. to Meet on Tuesday. t.iSv night the ocal lodge of Elks will hold 1U el,c'in ofce. The' candidates for exalted ruter at the presAit time are Clyde . Uohnes and Charles A- Klnne. C. II. WllllaniS' Co- 324 S. Stanton, painting and paperfaanging. Dr. Kbert. Peatlst Ztts-2S Mijte Bldg: Sneelal Conventloa Rates. The raTes to ,! Stock men s convention t AJWrmD. Texas, are 320 35 from ElPasOejfckets ill be on ,!. March 1 to 4. McVusive and good to 1 1 turn up to Marcfa,! inclusive l"e Domestic O-fce. Southwestern Fuel Co. CUNNINGHAM HEIRS " WIN MINING SUIT Tombstone, Arix, Feb. 38. The cele brated CosteUo-Cunningh&m suit In volving several claims In the Warren mining district has been decided by judge Smith of Prescott judge Sutter of Tombstone disqualifying in the case. The decision virtually gives the heirs of Paddy Cunningham 5125.000, the action being brought for an even half million. The suit involved several claims. Including the selebrated Irish Mag. of Bisbee, which Martin CosteUe, deceased, sold and this suit was brought to- recover by the heirs of the late Paddy Cunningham. In ail probability the case will be. appealed. M. D. Scrlbner, one of the early com ers to Tombstone, died from pneu monia. Mr. Soribner came to Tombstone in 1SS1 and was identified with many business ven tares here for years. Mr Scribner was 58 years old and was born in Washintgon, La. He was a member of the Masonic and Elk fraternities. Try "GETS-IT," See Every Gorn Vanish ! The Corn Cure on n ?fevr Plan Gets Kvery Corn Quick and Sure. Tou tried a lot of things for corns. bwt you've stilt- got them. Trr the new, sure, quick, easy, painless way "First Time la My Wfe I Got Rid at Cons. "GBTS-IT Is a Marvel!" the new-plan' con care. GET-IT.J Watch it get rid of that corn war callus or buaioa in a hnrrv. "0.1-ts is as wre as time. It takes two spi oj to appiy mats an n wiwi-fj stick and fuss over no sales tin: corns sore and turn trut tleh raw red, no plasters, no m li razors that ma cau; i i ' more digging at corns. Just th. thing in the world to use, Yc days are over. "GETS-rf" is s. tied. It Is safe. neer hurts flesh Your druggist sells "GETS cents per bottle or direct ir " from V la rence JL Co . Ch Adt ertisement.