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EL PASO HERALD
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SATURDAY
EVENINGS OPEN
TILL 8:30
MEN'S STORE
REMAINS OPEN
TILL 9:30
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Give a Buffet Supper For
Them; Col. Smith Wins In
door Yachting Contest.
Bachelors ami reformed bachelors at
tended the Bachelor club "free lunch
supper in the Sheldon grill, Thursday
eienlnK with a program of "Indoor
1 achtlns" on the side. The regatta
liegan with a spirited yacht race In a
tank, when Lieut Col. E. V. Smith of
the Sixth infantry and Charles II. mis
sell, propelled miniature yachts over
a prescribed course by blowing hot air
into the sails. The race was refereed
by Sterling Blackshear general chair
man of the regatta. CoL Smith won
the race by jib-sail and. was award
ed a McClnty trophy cup. The winner
then lectured the loser on preparea
ness. Srhuoner Hare.
At the crack of a cap pistol In the
hands of H. 11. Stone, chairman or the
schooner race, the three contestants,
Claiborne Adams, Charles K. Ilussell
and A K llowlanda tacked off and
then tacked to port again. Mr. Bow
lands was winner, making a record.
time of two seconds. He was presented
with a beautiful horn with a mellow
note as a trophy. i
Sciilllnc Contest.
The third race was a sculling con
test between two teams consisting of
A K Rowland, Norman Walker and
fol K V Smith, and V. IL Fryer, II.
li. Fletcher and Claiborne Adams.
I. oh lands scored the first in the race
of team No. l, and W. H. Fryer 2" tho
race of team No. 1. They were then
pitted against each other and Bow
lands wonTy" boat length. This race
was held in the hall of the Sheldon,
where a straight course was found
meeting all the needs of the regatta.
The diners lined the course and
i hcered the teams. Bowlands was
then awarded the trophy of a miniature
sloop This contest was refereed by
Hope Smith.
Fferre Sea Ilattle.
The final stunt was a sea battle off
the Aleutian islands between a U. S.
-rulser and a Japanese torpedo boat
i:. A. Brann Impersonated the cruiser,
wearing a red military suit and a 'boat
to matdr; while Frank A. Loftus played
the torpedo boavoostumed as a pirate.
The battle took place amid the hurling
of torpedoes from starboard and lar
board between the bombs of wit thrown
out and neither vessel absolutely pdt
out of commission made their way
toward the galley cracking torpedoes
as tney went. '
Emblem of Order.
That the B&caeior club has Its seri
ous moments as well as its Jovial was
illustrated by the marked respect that
w.is paid by the members as the em
Mem of the order was brought into
the room by W. C. Porterfleld, baebelor
i n hlef. The emblem was a jellyfish
upon a decorated salver and had just
i trn removed from ice. All the bache
lors rose and saluted when the jelly
fish came into the room.
Is the visitors and guests arrived
he were glten eilps setting forth the
TUles of indoor yachting. The rules
were.
Itules of Indoor Yachting.
"Sailors participating In this regatta
must have at least three sheets In the
wind to qualify.
"Tankers are barred, as they have
too much capacity for the shallow ves
sels ' McGlnty schooners are not permit
ted to compete because they draw
two' much liquid.
"Wind Jammers and professional
boosters are barred for fear they will
start a squall and crab the contest.
"Yacht owners who need skippers for
their boats may find a surplus supply
in the soda crackers.
"Because you drive a yacht line Jltne
nnd blow about It does not qualify you
'or this regatta. hls is for gents.
"Chicken fiklft(.are barred, as tbls is
not a pleasure cruise.
"The course, as arranged by 'the
'Mutse muster. I as follows: Sou' by
sou'weBt on the first leg to the Lyric
theater, back toward Chicken alley for
the second leg, then luff your malns'l
toward the Sheldon grill for the finish
and port tor sherry if you prefer ltV
"Dutch Charlie's quart-tet will sing
The Lighthouse Bell Told on the
Lighthouse Keeper and Ills Bride;'
How Would You Like to See What the
Sea Sees in Summer?" and "The Captain
Left Home Because His Wife Ate Sea
Biscuits in Bed.'
"Schedule of watches (Ingersolls
barred) Two bells, have a beer; four
bells, everyone bend his elbow; six
bells, sing The Heidelberg Stein Song'
out of key; eight bells, eTeryone arise
and chant In chorus, 'Just One More
Drink and We Will All Go Home.'
"Dockage for the winter may be ar
ranged in advance at the Keeley Gold
Cure institute. Mesa avenue.
"In the event of a storm don't worry
what to do you will do it anyway."
I'ortrnlt of Founder.
In the center of the room was tile
portrait of Willie Seaweed Oysterctte.
oeloved founder of Indoor yacht I ml
and beneath the inscription: "Born
1S32, died !9I8." The portrait was dono
liv Miss Kuth Augur and toasts were
drunk to the memory of the fine old
rounder during the course of the even
ing I'pon each table were decora
tions of smilax and wistaria blooms In
the form of starfish, with tiny yachts
In tbe center of each Uecoratlon. The
stunts and decorations were planned
by John Began and his committee.
Guests of Honor, i
Alves Dixon. It B. Ornnorff.
A E. Bowlands. Kenneth MacCallum.
nr , r. James L. Slarr.
W H. Fryer. Charles R. BusselL
Mason Pollard. It. C. Treslder.
Claiborne Adams. W E. Wilson.
v It. stiles. Norman Walker.
W. E. Arnold. W. E. Ware.
The Ttachelora present werJ
Paul D. Thomas. Sterling Blackshear.
Page Kemp ?03T?rd?!Lx-
" ,,, Smith Wltluim.
Hope Smith. jRck Having.
Charles A. Brann. Henry B. stone. '
Norman SnodgrassE. J. McQuillan.
A. W. Norcoo. James W. Curtis.'
Breedlore Smith. Frank A. Loftus.
F B. Fletcher. John JJ. Began.
J C Chllds. W. & Berkshire.
W. C Porterfleld. Hugh B. Thompson.
Jury Would Drop Murder
Case To See a Musical
Comedy; 'Judge Stubborn
Denver, Colo, Feb. 18. Judge w. D.
Wright in tho district, court Thursday
crushed the hopes of a Jury which for
two days had been absorbed in the
murder trial of Raphael de Itozze. The
jury decided that, by way of diversion,
it would like to attend a musical
comedy show. Juror Arthfcr W. Gray
so informed judge Wright, Hut the lat
ter refused permission for such a
"novel departure
De Bozze, many years ago loaned
Mrs. Josephone de Santos, a neighbor,
$20 it is claimed. Beturnlng to Den
ver, October 2t, last, he entered the de
Kantos home while the family were at
dinner In a quarrel that resulted
when repayment was demanded, the
lamp was shot from the table and Mrs
de Santos fatally injured in a souffle
In the dark between male members of
tbe household and de Bozze,
For breakfast tomorrow try Sulz
berger's Majestic Bacon. "Deltclously
Different " Adv
I Cook With Gas i
Send Us Tour Mail Orders.
Corner Memi Avenue una nn Antonio .Street
Private Ilrnnch Exchnnge 330 0,
Thone Orders Promptly Filled;
Geftfcinif ABoimg
Very Fine,
Tlhi&ni& Ycm!
TT YS hard to keep a thing io
yourself. Remember, when
you were small, how you would
run to Father or Mother when
Favor smiled on you?
We're in the midst of tearing
down our old building and
erecting in its place a magnifi
cent six story, reinforced con
crete structure. We've changed
the location of several sections.
We've moved The Popular'
Men's Store across the way to
310-12 San Antonio Street
right next door to Feldman's
and in spite of the little incon
veniences we're "running to
you" to tell you what a fine
showing we have made in Jan
uary and up to this writing in
February.
Our rapid growth Kas necessi
tated the erecting of our new
, .home, which when completed
will be second to none in the
great Southwest. '
And we're paying particular
attention to service, too, and
our efficient store family will
see that you receive perfect sat
isfaction. What does all this mean to you?
Greater resources and facilities
wider assortments and bet
ter service to you that's what
it means.
You'll profit by our growth
. see if you don't.
Sisned esw&awami
Wirst Floor
Specials
NECKWEAR FOR WOMEN An odd
lot of slightly mussed neckwear, con
sisting of flat and rollover collars,
vestecs, guimps, etc. Prettily made
of organdy, net, laces and chiffon.
This neckwear is worth up to 50c
each, but, being mussed, 11 S
it goes at JiJtL
25c
HAIRBOW AND SASH RIBB0NS
In moire and the wanted plain colors,
black and white, 1 to 6 inches wide.
Special, a yard,
at
BOUDOIR CAPS Stunning new
styles just received. Made of silk,
crepe and chiffon in all wanted col
ors. Exquisitely embellished in
dainty laces and ribbons. f ""fc -
Choicest 3UC
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS Lin
en and batiste; hemstitched and hand
embroidered initials and designs in
corner. Laundered and unlaundered
styles. Values to 25c,
at each,
WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS
Prettily hemstitched, lawn handker
chiefs, with white or colored embroid-
Big valued at 12 for SJjC
WOMEN'S KID GLOVES-Two clasp,
imported glaco kid gloves, with nov
elty contrasting embroidered backs.
A pair, ,,00, gQ
WOMEN'S GLOVES-Onc clasp and
gauntlet style, washable cape gloves.
Will wash and remain soft and pli
able. Shown in ivory and white, with
contrasting and embroidered backs.
A pair, at $2.00,
and
RUFFLING One to three inches
wide. Shown in white, cream and
ecru. Made of dainty lace and net.
Values to 50c. Being slightly soiled,
we offer it, at a ti ipk
yard, ii-C
NEW BOUDOIR HEAD BANDS To
take place of the cap. Made of fine
crepe de chine, gold and silver cloth.
Pretty lace and dainty ribbons en
hance their bennty. , O fl ,0 0
Priced at $2.00, and $iLU'U'
SEE THE NEW Feather Fans, Cor
sage Bouquets and Novelty Neck-
1.50
The ale oi Worn
era's $3.50 to $5
Igpfo Slioes
at 91.95
timies
Saturday
Tihe Opportunity of a ILitf etiss&e to Secure Bestt QuaaMtty
Atanmiiraflmi Uttemislls at a Fractions of TIKeiir Value u
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ALUMINUM
Sale Begins Saturday, at 9:SO A. M., Ba'semaeEat
JP
39C "TpIGHTEEN EIGHTY TWO" aluminum utensils are made of the best if (59c
m "-5rgraue aiunniium ouiainaine aiiaare guaranteed io uie customer ior id g
nm J i.!.. uwv rj u.uw ,ui,.iuxuuuiU L 1,1 UUU J-X1K -- lFl"."
The sheet aluminum is rolled and hardened, then spun into shape, thus
making utensils without seams or joints. ,
"1882" aluminum is a particularly desirable metal for kitchen utensils, as it
forms neither verdigris, rust nor injurious zinc or 'nickel oxides in other
words, food cooked in "1882 "aluminum receptacles will be' healthful and
good.
Such utensils are easily kept dean.
Every piece of aluminum ware in this remarkable sale is of such quality
and weight that you will wonder how it is possible for us to sell it at this
price as well you may, for never have we offered such bargains in kitchen
wares. ' ' '
The assortment consists of the following:
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Wash Basins
Milk & Cake Pans
Pudding Pans
89c
Tea Kettles
Sauce Pans
Coffee Pots
Cuspidors
Berlin Kettles
Colanders, etc.
NOTE None sold to dealers or by telephone, C. 0. D. or mail; none deliv
ered; none "will be. sold to employes until after 11 o'clock Saturday morn
ing. We endeavor in this way to give everyone an equal opportunity to
secure the pieces they desire.
m
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it f69c
ew Arrivals Im
WE call your especial attention to a
handsome lot' of women's Sport
Coats, in the wanted checks and plaidg ;
many chic belted models with pretty
flared bottoms; others embellished in
faiio.v hnttons. Rpr tlip.m rdh
her)3 tomorrow, at
Middy Blouses, 69c
TSiey Are Beauties
"W'OU would expect to pay anywhere -from 95c I
" for such good grade Middy Blouses. They i
: to $1.45
are here
in women s, misses and children s sizes. Plain white
galatea, with white, navy, red or copen collars, cuffs,
pockets and lacings. Take advantage of C.(Th
this special offer tomorrow, at O C
Brassieres, 45c
Fuall of Style aind Quality
BRASSIERES that you would consider wonder
ful at double the price we are asking. New, fresh
and fine in fact, just arrived especially for tomor
row's selling. Made of a good grade of fine soft
cambric; good fitting and serviceable. A.Mr
Lace or embroidery trimmed. Each, at tJ
This Is El P&soV
Store For Children!
SKIRTS FOR GIRLS Satur
day will be a clean-up day for
winter skirts. Included in the t
lot you will find black and'
white shepherd checks, and
other woolen novelties. Val
ues up to $4.95. While they
last Saturday, 3p fj
I rPbj S
I J J! E p
your choice, at
NEW HATS, CAPS AND
BONNETS For girls of 1 to
8 years. Just received many
dainty styles in lingerie Hats
and Caps; also pretty fancy
trimmed straws and braids,
and fine tailored Panamas.
Prices start at $8,50 and go down $ &(T
gradually to &3J
GIRLS' UNDERMUSLINS Pretty styles in gowns, princess slips, pet
ticoats, Teddy Bears and drawers.i Daintily trimmed with lace and
embroidery. Your choice,
a garment, .
SHOE TOP SUITS By far the
finest collection the smartest
apparel that El Paso offers
such is the verdict of women who
have shopped around for their daughters.
And it is all very reasonably priced as
you'd expect at "The Popular."
Lovely New
Spring -fiats
THIS offering is exceptional doubly
so, in view of the fact that all milli-
nery materials have greatly advanced in
price.
There is not one hat in the assortment that
would not sell for $5, and many of them
for $6.50.
You are accustomed to finding excellent
offerings at "The Popular" so we invite
you to come early, inspect these beautiful
hats and judge for yourself as to their
true 'value.
In the assortment are close fitting tur
bans, flat sailors and the more matronly
hats. In fact everything in shape and
trimmings that is new will be found.
Choose Saturdav, 0.0??
at each, oJD
UEfcderMTOfcxisLts
For -Womeni, at 45c (Q. 95c
SATURDAY we offer women's gowns, chemise,
petticoats, corset covers and drawers, in A-.
the prettiest styles we have ever seen, at nr J
CAMISOLES Of washable satin and silver cloth. '
Pretty new styles with corset cover or cam- O M.
isole tops. Take your choice, at D
oyss Spring' Suits
i
s
5.00
IpHESE stylish, new Spring Suits have
two pair lined Knickerbocker trousers.
Grey or tan patterns, made in Novelty
Norfolk styles. Well finished. Surprising
values with 2 pair Knicks; C& OO
sizes 8 t 1 7 years, for '
HIGH GRADE SPRING NORFOLK
SUITS For boys. The hand tailored
pure wool new season styles. Blue, tan,
grey, brown, drab, green, mixtures, plaids,
stripes and checks. They are beautiful
junior styles; sizes 4 to 10 years. Boys
Norfolk effect 8 to 18 years. Attractively
Priced!
BOYS' LINED KNICKERBOCKER
PANTS Greys, tans an'd browns, finished '
Uurable. weaves;
98c
with button bottom).
sizes 6 to 18 years.
A pair, at
SHOWING BOYS KNICKERBOCKER
PANTS-j-In good school wear mixture;
nard woven goods ; sizes S w ) (P
5 to 14 years, for .J"-
BOYS WASH SUITS In the new coat effects; all colors including
white; sizes 2 to 8 years. Special values, at $T g.tf
m J vr
89c, $1.00, $1.25 and
iiMmsmiowiQ1
IF YOUR BOY NEEDS A HAT
OR CAP Bring him to us. We
will fit him for you in any shape,
style, material or color you wish.
Caps 50c and $1.00
Hats 50c to $5.00
1
kiter Sapper
Sale 6tnA.n
PI VERS VEGETALE TOILET
WATER AsorteC odors- (Limit I
bottle to- a customer). Afie- Sup.
per Sale,
each, at OVC
YVETTE FACE POWDER-Assort-ed
colors. (Limit two boxes to a cus
tomer). After Supper Q0
Sale. each, at VC
GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL FACE
CREAM A complexion beautifier.
(Limit I bottle to a customer).
....v. supper jaie,
each.
On Sale All Day
Colgate's Toilet Waters 59c
Willow's Evening Jaamin Face
Powder, a boi, at ......35c
Pond's Extract Cold CTeara .".... 37C
Rubifoam for the Teeth.. ..-....."l5c
Danderine Hair Tonic 35c
One Pound 20 llule Team Borax09e
Bradley's Woodland Violet Bath
Ammonia, a bottle, at... S7c
Squibbs Talcum Powder.-ar.-....ll7c
Table ILiineiis
Is
72-DTCH TABLE DAMASK-Half
imen ana extra heavy mercerized,
large selection of pretty figures, such
as dots, floral designs and stripes
A quality worth considerably more
' money. Saturday special, (Limit of
5 yards to a customer), &s
at a yard, 5.5C
HALF LINEN BUCK TOWELS
Hemstitched and hemmed. All white
or blue borders. Sturdy and strong
and good looking. Special, (Limit 2
ton;S:urt!2for2.5o
12 YARD BOLT NO. 600 LONG
CLOTH Finn, fine weave for under
wear. ThU is one of our extra spe
cial items and only 2 bolts to cus-
K A 12 yds. $1-15
36-INCH CHINESE MIDDY CLOTH
AND; POPULAR NURSE CLOTH-r-A
real round thread white material,
made) and woven exactly the same
as linen. Rich, permanent linen lus
tre. This cloth has met the abso
lute approval of customers in the
past four years. Unexcelled for
white; skirts, middy blouses, nurses'
uniforms and aprons, white dresses
of all kinds, Saturday at a very
prrdprice; i9c
TO NURSES This is an exceptional
chance to purchase uniform material
at a substantial reduction. For this
one sale we will not limit the num
ber of yards to a customer.
TKe Men's
Fursaisfoi2as
at ,
f IT
"VS mL VSTWltftaLUNK.
If F S Vt Kg CLOTHES'! V
HTHE following items on sale
both in our main floor sec
tion and across the street in
The Popular men's stores
right next door to Feldman's.
ONYX HOSIERY FROM 6 TO
9 P. M. ONLY Guaranteed
lisle hose, with reinforced heel,
toe and sole. Here in grey,
tan, black and navy. Regular
25c sellers. (Limit 6pair to a
customer). For Saturday, 6
pair for $1.00; 3 pair for 50c,
or a pair, gQ
-EMERY" BRAND SHIRTS
All day Saturday, we offer
men's new spring "Emery"
shirts, in white or f
colors, at each, OC
ONE PIECE BRIGHTON PA
JAMAS In crepes and madras
stripes. $2.00 and $2.50 values,
Zfil.SLOO
"SHEDAKER" UNION SUITS
In athletic stvles. Values to
iufata $l.oo
MEN'S CAMBRIC HANDKER.
CHIEFS First quality. Ex
tra heavy weight. Regular 10c
values. While they last.
12 for 40c
NOTE The last four items on
sale all day. The hose' item
After Supper only.
Art Goods
2iiad Floor Asasaesc
FINISHED PIECES Cretonne Scarfs,
Sewing Bags, Shoe Bags, Pin Cush
ions and Scarfs to match; also Pil
low Tops. 25o and 35c Tl g
values, at JlC
STAMPED SCARFS 45 to 54 inches
long. Made of art crash and linen.
Stamped in conventional or floral de
signs. Ynlues to $1.00, $.&
at your choice, yCC

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