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Again We Will Demonstrate
Our Supremacy In Selling Stylish
Millinery at a Moderate Price
AfE begin Saturday morning a most phenomenal sale of 5ivS8jjjj5g:
Fine Silk Ratine
War the bakuMje of the -week we offer
a remarkable special is silk ratine
dresses. These come in Copenhagen,
light Mae, pink, Tose, tan, -white and
oyster. Some are plain styles, made
-with collar and caffs of ratine of
some eoBtaastwg color, and hare
Jaige self covered battone down
front. Other styies have Bulgarian
embroidered collar, yoke and cuffs of
iocked batiste and are trimmed -with
lace. TJheee dresses are regular $6.75
aad f6JK vataee; as Extra Special
for the fe&kwee of the tf jt fT
AJE begin Saturday morning a most phenomenal sale of
v m;lJ:ar1, fW A7.i V,A niti rvrenflu made, a .sfio
cash purchase of several hundred high grade tailored hats. These
come from one of the best makers in New York and the price at
which we secured them approximates about one-half. The hats
have just arrived and as soon as We get them unpacked we will
group them into special lots and have them ready for you Satur
day morning. You will be advised more fully either tomor
row or Friday as to this sale. ,
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EXTRA ! EXTRA 1
Preparations for 15c
Thursday eslr, as aa Extra Special,
-we offer regular 25c Sanitol toilet
preparations for 15c. The offer in
SanHol Denial Paste
SamUl Teeth Ponder
Smtel Toe4h Liquid
Samt&l Face Cream
Sanitol Face Powder
These are all regular 25c prepara
tions; Thursday only, any 1 C
of them for IOC
(So telephone orders. Limit one of
EXTRA I EXTRA I
at 8c Each
Men's extra large, hemstitched hand
kerchiefs, made of superior quality
lawn; Extra Special Thurs- Q
day only at, each OC
Visit the Arcade Daily
Bring this advertisement to our
Notion Department not later than
one week from today and receive,
absolutely free, a regular 10c card of
"Vi (son D ress-keeks
These popular new Dress-books are not ordinary hooks and
eyes or snaps they Trill completely overcome your dress-fastening
difficulties. The free cards are not samples but the same value for
Trhich you would regularly pay 10c
We make this most unusual and liberal offer as we arc confident
you will find Wilson Dress-hooks the very thing you have always
wanted. They can't come unhooked or "pop open accidentally.
They hold securely without bulge or gap, though you can unhook
them with perfect ease. Guaranteed not to rust or crush in washing
and ironing, and to outlast any garment; perfectly fiat and never show.
Don't neglect this opportunity to try the Wilson Dress-hooks
you have seen so widely advertised in the leading magazines and style
books. Used by fashionable women everywhere
and endorsed by leading dressmakers.
Cut Out this Advertisement
resent at oar Notion Department.
small sues; Grax. Black and White colors.
on a card. We can not tire a card to any one who has
received a card free from any merchant or the Wilson
Dress-hook Co.. Cleveland, O. Kone siren to children.
$1.00 and up
This Spring we Iwve a truly immense
assortment of house dresses. They
are made of Anderson's ginghams,
chambrays, percales and other ser
viceable wash materials. Come in
stripes, checks and solid colors, in
light and dark shades. Prices range
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.95, $2.25, $2-50,
$2.85, $3.50, $3.95, $4.50 and $4.95.
House Dresses With Dust
Cap to Match
Special mention is made of percale
house dresses, in neat patterns, with
dust cap to match. We feature these
dresses at the nominal d -fl ff
price of ipl.W
$1.25 Middy Blouses
Women's and nribses' middy blouses,
made of twilled galatea cloth.
Some are all white; others trimmed
with fast color red or navy blue.
Sizes range from 12 to 20 and from
32 to 40. Values up to
$1.25; Thursday Special
SPECIAL NOTE: The above offer on hooks and
eyes is for Thursday, Friday and Saturday only.
New Chemisettes 50c
We have just received a new ship
ment of chemisettes. These are
made of fine net and shadow lace,
with India linori bodice and elastic
belt. A special feature of these
chemisettes is that they have collar
-supporters. The a$t ehemisettes
eome in white, -black and ecru, the
shadow lace ones in white only. They
arc, by far, the best value we have
ever been able to offer in Cf
chemisettes at OvC
"The Store of Service"
EAL ESTATE MEN
ARE BUYING LAND
GUESTS OF EL PkSO
Continued from previous page.)
John Frost, Frost National bank.
T W. Frledrich, -A, B. Frank com
pany. L. R. Gardner, Queen & Crescent
.T E. Guggenheim, Guggenheim-Goldsmith
Herbert S. Groon. Alfred Giles & Co.
Charles Graebner, G. A. Duerler man
Leon S. Goodman, Goodman Grocery
H X Gruene. New Braunfels.
ius Giesecke, Guenther Milling com
pany. H. ML Hart. City National bank.
J. Hoban. Armour Co.
F. Henael. contractor.
John Hoskins, Dallas.
T,. J. Hausman. Cotton Belt.
R. M. Hodge. San Antonio Life Insur
K. A. Holmgreen, Alamo Iron Works.
W B. Hamilton, jr.. West Texas Bank
and Trust company.
H. A. Hirshberg. Jobbers and Manu
Harry Hertzberg. attorney.
F. Kraege, Yorktown.
J. F Kline, Creamery Dairy.
A. Kronkosky, San Antonio Drug
down the valley with Tobin
see the interurban the creen
alfalfa fields the beautiful
orchards and flowers. You will
also see where you can double
your mosey by making a small
investment ir. land. We won't
ask vou to buy you will ask
us how long it will take to pre
pare a deed. ,
K. A. Kalkhurst, Alamo Auto Sales
O. S. Lammers, photo and barber sup
plies. W. J. Lyons, Lyons Bros., vinegar.
Harry Leopold, M. Halff & Bro.
Ir. J. S. Langford, San Antonio Life
Ed Lamm, Pruitt Commission com
pany. Bert J. McLean, San Antonio Light.
W. A. McArthur. San Antonio Brew
L M. Mcllhenny, Maverick-Clarke
Leo Mandry, San Antonio Tank and
J. R. Martin. Star Clay Products com
pany. W. M. Marvin, Brown Cracker and
Fred W. Mauie, Union Central Life
H. A. Moos. H. A. Moos Book company.
L. A. Mathews, the dictaphone.
Max B. Mayer, Banner Distilling com
pany. John Marback. New Braunfels.
O. K. Mayfield, Toepperwein & May
field. Henry Marucheau, Marucheau Grain
Press Nichols. Mallory line.
J. D. Oppenheimer, American Shoe
and Hat company.
S. Pfeiffer. Pfeiffer Grocery company.
R. T. Pruitt, Pruitt commission com
pany. a H. Phillip!. Robert M. Green Soda
F. A. Piper. F. A. Piper company,
C. M. Roberts. L. P. Peck Real Estate
St sarns' Elastris
Bat IE Rsaoli Paste
sterminates Cockroaches quickly and
very thoroughly: also Eats,
Mice, Waterbugs, etc
Set the genuine, refuse imitations
Money back if it fails.
At all dealers,- 25c and $1.00.
Steams' Electric Paste C&, Chicago, ifflnols.
A CARLOAD OF THE CELEBRATED
BREAD WINNER FLOUR.
24 pound sack.' 75c 48 pound sack $1.45
BXCELLBXT FOR BREAD A5D BISCUITS.
sW 1 GOMPA NY
IL V. Schumann. South Texas Drue
II. C Schumacher. Lone Star Brewing
L. Schwartz. TJvalde.
Albert Steves, jr.. E1 Steves & sons.
V. S. Stires, Stires's Outdoor Advertis
W. A. SpingalL S. A. & A. P. railroad.
J. S. Skirving. contractor.
E. C. Schoelhorn, Ed Steves & son.
C. G: Snead, Snead-Beyer company.
Arthur Storns. Pioneer Flour Mills.
D. J. Straus, L. Frank Saddlery om
pany. W. L. Stiles. Piper & Stiles, Insur
ance. G. C. Scbjober. Schober Brewing com
pany. M. II. Trice. Trice & Ludolph.
"VV. W. Vaughan. Southwestern Tele
graph and Telephone company.
George B. Wathen, publicity agent,
chamber of commerce.
Jake Wolf, J. Oppenheimer & Co.
H. M. Wilklns. Morgan line.
A. C. Winkennhower. San Antonio
Tent and Awning company.
H. "W. "Weber, San Antonio Drug com
pany. S. B. "Weller, Newton. "Weller & "Wag
B. R. Webb. Bulck Auto company.
R. B. Webb. Meyer & Webb.
R. IL Wester. R. H. Wester Realty
A. J. Walser, Household Furniture
JOKER VICTI3IIZBS XliW
SEX.VTOR FltOSI ILIjIXOIS
Washington. D. C, April 16. Senator
J. Hamilton Lewis, the new senator
from Illinois, had a bad half hour to
day when a jocular friend told him
there was a possibility that secretary
of state Bryan would announce that
Lewis could not take the oath because
of the recent amendment to the con
stitution providing for the election of
senators by direct vote.
"Goodness gracious," exclaimed Col.
Lewis. "We will have to see about
that at once."
When the new senator's fears were
set at rest after a hurried telephone
call to the state department, the jok
ing friend had disappeared. Senator
Lewis was forced to go to the capital,
but he announced belligerently that he
would interview "the friend" later
probably with a club.
llLSBAXD XOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR WIFE'S PROMISSORY XOTKS
Phoenix Ariz.. April 16. Xo husband
is responsible for a promissory note
executed by his wife withdut his con
sent Such is the decision of the Ari
zona supreme court, which has reversed
the judgment of the superior court of
Cochise county in the ease of John R.
Richards and Isabel Richards, appel
lants, versus Taul B. Warnekros and
Nannie B. Warnekros. Mrs. Richards
made a promissory note in favor of
Warnekros. naming certain community
property of herself and husband as se
curity. The supreme court holds that
she had no right to mortgage commu
nity property, that Warnekros could
collect only on property held in her
MARSHALL IRGES IXJECTIOX
OF COXSCIKXCE IX 'BIG BUSINESS"
Washington, D. C. April 16. Ampli
fying his speech of Saturday night be
fore the National Democratic club in
New York city in which he served
warning on the rich, vice president
Marshall authorized the publication in
a local paper of a remarkable ampli
fication of that address. Principally,
he urged the injection of conselenc e
into "big business" as an antidote for
Hf- also rf iterated his arsimpnt
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST. ri?aT8t thc rpauation of gnat for-J
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TO PIiAN CAMPAIGNS
2Jew York, N. Y.. April 16. Leaders
of the Progressive party gathered here
today at the call of the executive com
mittee to discuss plans for fall elec
tions in several states and to perfect
organization work. Theodore Roose
velt was not present when the meeting
was called to order but -was expected
later. The party situation in New
York, New Jersey, Massachusetts,
Tennessee and "Virginia which are
among the states holding fall elections,
was the chief topic.
A quorum of the executive committee
was present. It had vacancies to fill
in the membership of the national com
mittee caused by the death of Henry
K. Cochran, of Arkansas and the res
ignation of Mrs. Isabella Blaney, o'f
California, one of the four national
committee women at large.
REPUBLICANS MAY CURTAIL
DELEGATES FROJI THE SOUTH.
Chicago, III., April 16. The execu
tive committee of the Republican na
tional committee, which will meet in
the near future, probably in Chicago,
will take under consideration the work
of curtailing the representation of the
southern states in the next national
convention, according to a statement
by Roy O. West, national committee
man from Illinois. Coincident with this
statement the report gained currency
that the proposed meeting of the exec
utive committee would be followed by
a meeting of the entire national com
mittee at which plans would be for
mulated to bring the Republicans and
FLORIDA DEFEATS SUFFRAGE.
Tallahassee. Fla.. April 16. Woman
suffrage by constitutional amendment
in Florida is dead for four years. The
house committee has reported against
the proposition and a poll shows that
the report of the committee on amend
ments would be sustained.
At the prevailing market prices (which their experience teaches them are ex
tremely low) IN LESS THAN 90 DAYS THEY WILL BE SELLING
YOU THE SAME LAND (that you can buy today at the same prices they
are paying) AND DOUBLING THEIR MONEY.
You Can Make
and keep the money in El Paso if you act now. People who take the time to
examine this land are buying NOW.
You Will Buy When You See the Land
Think One whole acre containing 43,560 square feet (OVER 14 TIMES
AS MUCH LAND AS IN A LOT) for
0 AN ACRE !
$10 cash and $10 a month.
PRICE AND TERMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NO-
Let us show you today.
Phone 803 and we will send a motor for you.
BULGVRIAXS XOW FAVOR
MEDIATION TER3IS OF POWERS.
London. Eng., April 16. The Bul
garian government, according to a So
fia dispatch has notified the other
governments of the Balkan league
that terms of the latest note of the
great powers are acceptable to Bul
garia and asks the allies to assent
promptly to the conclusion of peace.
It is probable, adds the dispatch, that
an- armistice will be arranged this
MOXTEXEGltO STILL REFUSES
TO YIELD SCUTARL
Cettinje, Montenegro. April 16. The
government has notified its represen
tatives abroad that Montenegro re
jects pecuniary compensation for Scu
tari and only will yield to overwhelm
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Phone Wright for good cleaning.
FRBXCII AVIATOR WIXS PRIZE.
Montecarlo. Minaco, April IS.
Maurice Prevost, a French aviator, to
iay won the Schneider cup for hydro
aeroplanes, which carries with It a
prize of (5000. The other starters were
Roland Garros. Gabriel Espanel and
Capt. W. T. Weymann.
DOUOLAS MAX GIVEN PLACE.
Phoenix. Arlx,. April 16. The board
of control has employed R R. Free
man, of Douglas, to act as plumber
and all around mechanic at Fort Grant.
to -which place the state industrial
Mhcol -w ill wnn be rnoiil
Here Is the sort of a fan which you
may see on the tables of restaurants
and at home this summer. It is the
newest thing in summer comforts.
The idea of this fan is that it is es
pecially useful for a dining table. In
somuch as it directs its cooling current
towards the higher parts of the room
instead of directly at the people seated
around the table. The current of air
thus created is cooling and pleasing
without being annoying because of
The blades of this fan start the air
upwards while a thin sheet of nickel
above the blades deflects it outwards
towards the room.
The "crowning glory" of this fan
may be a dish of fruit or a dish or pot
of flowers. The nickel plate is so con
structed that It holds anything on that
order entrusted to its care.
la .tba -booklet which wc are sfvmg atcay rsc,yoc.caa&zl cctaasbcct&ebasi
methods of home heather. All who want to fceiease fcoae coofort sod lower &&bfis
should read t&s book. Get R at our store w&&u-deay.
It describes the Campbell Fsrsace. teEs bos and wte ycu-cas-aet every ocace of
eacdtrom every toa'of cool with n full i iTnlnifl i i iT'iiT waste.
B ewc yonr fatn3y hearinc rwrirnrt n,nii.Vi-jiTa-system.
If yqa ate. dSBaJlQd, with toot pnsest sspHasce. -whatever it be. c&&aesaad
isvesasrate "VYlotexCIiaier. ResAia the -booklet detaSs of t&e var3o&&adTises.
WORK 13 HOURS OVERTIME
Denver. Colo.. April 16. Approxi
mately IS hours after the time fixed for
final adjournment, at 6 p. m.. April IS.
the 19th general assembly of Colorado
actually closed its deliberations about
nine oclock this morning. The clocks
in Doth houses had been set back and
' the records will show that adjournment
was taken at 6 p. in., on the legislative
I day of April 15.
. The failure of two conference com
I mlttees to agree on the Long appropri
i ation bill and the prolonged discussion
j of that measure by a conference com-
miiiee cnieny was responsioie ior prolonging-
the session throughout the
WILL ATTEMPT FLIGHT ACROSS
ATLANTIC IX A DIIUGIBLB
Las Palmas. Canary Islands, April 1C.
The dirigible balloon, Suchard. In
which Joseph Brucker, formerly of
Milwaukee, proposes to make a trans
Atlantic flight, is being inflated. Capt.
BrucKer announces that he will start
for American Thursday, if the present
favorable wind continues.
tkiris cliumd, prisstd Wright.
COLDS C VISE HEADACHE AXD GRIP
L XATI VE BRi 'MO Quinine removes the
c-i.i-e Thtrcr nnh One "BROXIO QLTIN
1N1" ' I.oi'k for signature of E. W.
LmJUUIHJ 8'" "H'l'ili ir iiiiiniinMif i u'i".
clean bsat at lowest cost.
fcai i'JIi Ti-r mi ii ii of rhirtifgt
""""'J steel now in nsa have dose
dsty for SSyeeis.
AanMBMI,aeT are easily iaadlet
The Gaarsstee of the zaafcer Is back of
every fuinace sold. Wo install it in 31 hem a
aad you pay sothisp if it fafls to sin perfect
satisfacttoa. Made by The Campbell Hest
ts?Co.ofIe3foies.Ia. Sold by
El Paso Sheet Metal Works,
402 Texas Street. Tekpljone 548.
FOR KILLING SON
Seattle. Wash.. April 16. C. N. John
son, a stationary engineer, was found
guilty of murder in the first degree yes
terday for causing the death of his six
?ear old child by standing with the boy
n his arrj in front of a speeding
passengef train December 3, 1912.
John&on, on the witness stand, told
of making a suicide agreement with his
little son after Johnson and his wife
had quarreled. Witnesses of the killing
say the child pleaded with his father
not to destroy him. The boy was killed
instantly and Johnson received a bro
ken leg and a cut on the head.
Sentenee will be imposed later, and
may be either death or life imprisonment.
Aztec, 3T. M., April 16. C. W. Uol.ls
who has been held to the grard J
under 10,000 bond, was taken to j-j. t..
Fe this week by sheriff Dufur. wh
ile will be examined as to his 3am tj
Since incarceration Goldsbys mini
seems to have broken down. TTe 13
j the man accused by his little daugu-
lers ot a crime.
HARVESTER DISMANTLES MILL:
MAY MOVE TO GERMANY
Auburn. N. Y., April 16. Governor
Sulser intervened in the strike situation
here in an effort to avert the removal
of the cordage industry of the Interna
tional Harvester company to Germany.
While the governor was appealing
through the state department of labor
to the company's officials to defer ac
tion until arbitration could be appealed
to. the company proceeded with the
work of dismantling its mill.
FOUR INJURED BY STRIKE
RIOT IN MASSACHl SETTS I
Mulford. Mass.. April 16 Rioting 1
attended an attempt to enforce a gen- 1
eral strike order. Two policemen and '
two laborers were badl injured.
tilk -n.ii'US cleaned Wright.
Lace waists cleaned Wright.
$15 Clothes Shop
107 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Schloss Bros. Clothes