El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Saturday, May 3, 1913 Page: 2 of 32
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We Prepay All Parcels -Post Packages
Half Price Sale
of All Imported Pattern
Hats Begins Monday
We Make This Sale May
Instead of July
In the pad ear greet half-price sale of pattern hats has alays been
held in July. This year we take time hy the fetlock nd offer " cus-
tomers an enormous saving right at the height of the millinery sea-
son. Thk sale is particularly opporttme for those vho are gohg to '
the Summer retorts.
Our unreserved offer is half-price on all
Imported Pattern Hals
250 Trimmed Hats
at $10 and $3.98
Those Hats are Worth Double Triple and Quadruple the
Price At Whwh They Wdl be Placed on Sale Monday.
Realising that the demand for pattern hats is more or less
limited we have decided to add two interesting groups of
tailored and drees bats at two very moderate prices. We have
takes thane 25 bate direet from stock. The assortment k
composed of tailored drees and semi-drees bats including pokes'
mushrooms sailors and round bate trimmed ia a variety of
attractive designs such as are the vogue in current millinery
modes. The colors include brows navy old blue Nell rose
purple emerald green and mustard. Special mention is made of
fine Kites and Tagal hemp shapes some trimmed with ostriah
and others with 'flowers. Under ordinary circumstances yeu
could mot possibly buy such bats at anything like these prices.
Group No. 1
Group No. 2
Tailored and Dress Hate Tailored and Drees Hats worth
worth considerably more; considerably more; choice Moa-
Spring Clearance Sale
The Spring Clearance Sale ia the Corset
Section is not to be overlooked. Royal
Worcester Warner's Bon Ton Medart
Heifers Lily of France CB a la Spirite
and W. B. corsets are embraced in this
sale all new Spring models. Note the
refactions and do not fail to avail your-
self of them Monday or next week.
$ LOO Corsets 89c
$ 1.50 Corsets $1.35
$ 2.00 Corsets $1.79'
$ 3.00 Corsets $2.69
$ 5.00 Corsets $4.45
$ 6.00 Corsets $5.39
$ 8.00 Corsets $6.95
$10.00 Corsets $8.95
B . I - i - vrk
UR Spring Clearance Sale which begins Monday is entirely out of the ordinary. It is
7. .7 j ...ui. .$ 1 -rApTPncp. in the Garment Section and includes all earlu Storing garments.
neia wuu pui ui.ulu .j. - -- :- - - .
We hardly deem it necessary to go tnto lengin ' aeiau as we general puonc is aiTcuuyjuuy ac-
quainted with the character of garments we carry qndHhe fact that an advertised White House
value is always just as slated.
All Wool Suits
at Greatly Reduced Prices
Our entire Spring stock of wool and silk suits -will be offered
beginning Monday at greatly reduced prices.. The assortment is
large embracing every style color and material of the season.
Both plafn tailored and fancy suits are offered. All colors
such as grays tans Copenhagen navy brown; Mack white H
the pastel shades including Nell Roe Mack and "white checks
fancy mixtures etc Seductions as follows r
All Silk Dresses
at Greatly Reduced Prices
ATI Spring ilk dresses are included in Clearance Sale. Styles
for streetTafternoon reeeption and dinner wear. Balkan Rueefan
Mouse coat and draped effects. Materials a crepe ".
crepTde Chine charmeuse Canton crepei sUk .J'Rfcd.
crefl pongee mescaline and other lashionabte silks. The eotor
range iTwtensive embracing all the new Spring shades abo
Made. Seductions as follows:
Values to $ 9.95 at $ 6.85
Values to $14.50 at $ 9195
Values to $19.50 at .$12.85
Values to $25.00 at $16.85
Values to $32.50 at $19.50
Values to $39.50 at... .'. . .$23.85
Values to $49.50 at JWJOl
Values to $14.50 at J$ 9.95
Values to $19.50 at $12.95
Values to $25 .00 at..:... .-.$17.50
Values to $32.50 at $19.85
Values to $39.50 at $24.50
Values to $45.00 at.:... .;. .$29.50
Values to $50.00 at. ..:. .'. .$32.50
Higher priced Silk Drcnee at equally srent redactions. All higher Frfeed wool and slile .salts at proportionate reduction
of Fine Ratirte Dresses
All early Spring models in fine ratine dresses will be of-
fered next week at greatly reduced prices. These are
meetly exclusive styles Oriental and Matelaase coat ef-
feets etc They are made of imported novelty materials
and come in black and white striped and plaid effects
white tan rose Copenhagen light blue amber lavender
etc Trimmed in Balkan embroidery etc Reductions are
just as listed.
; Values to $25.00 at $16.50
Values to $29.50 at.. $18.50
. Values to $39.50 at...... :. $24.50
'' niKher priced dresses- at similar reductions.
White Dresses of
Imported Novelty Crepe
A feature for next week are the offerings in white
Mreeees made of imported novelty and cobweb erepos.
These are beautiful garments trimmed with the finest
laces with hand embroidered collar and cuffs. Reductions
$37.50 and $39.50 values at . . $24.85
' $35.00values at. . . :. . .$21.85
$29.50 values at...: $19.85
EXTRA! 4 " EXTRA!
All-Wool Suits tor $6.95
There are just 25 suite is this offer They are new Spring
styles. Coats are the fashionable 26-lnch length. Come in
tans grays navy and Mack. Coats have good silk lining..
Good assortment of shtes. Such-suits ordinarily sell for.st
least double the price quoted; we make them d QP
an Bxtra Special Monday as long as they test P O mJJ
UVsmmmmV ' K it M aft 2 Ifc
$7.95 Silk Dresses $3.95
Dresses made of fancy 'sVk'.irtmmod vURtace some
have iwfce collar and cuffs of fancy tucked voile. Come
in striped checked and dolled effects in all the vanlcd
colors both light and dark. Values areup to $2.95;
Extra Special Monday $3.95.
EXTRA ! . EXTRA I
$6.95 Ratine Dresses $3.95
Tailored dresses of light weight Bilk ratine suitable for
Summer wear. Made with Dutch neck and three-quarter
sleeves. Come in Copenhagen pink tan and white with
collar and cuffs of a contrasting color; button
iriramed. Regular HM tahwft'Bxtra'SpeeJaJ (tQjQE
Monday '. .:."...'.. pOVU
All Wool Coats at
Greatly Reduced Pricep
Our .entire... Spring stock of wool eoate three-quarier
and sevea-efenths models k included m his sale. There
are- coats for automobiling and general wear also dress
coats. EVERY COAT OFFERED IS A THIS SEASON'S
GARMENT. They eome in Btripee checks solid colors
and fancy mixtures in tans Copenhagen grays navy
black white brown etc Note the rerfuetione'.
Values to $10.00 at.: $ 595
Values to $16.50 at $ 995
Values to $19.50 at $12.85
Values to $25 .00 at $17.50
Values to $32.50 at $19.85
All higher priced vreol coats proportionately redaeed.
$7.95 Wool Skirts $4.95
A wide range of choke in separate skirts made of whip-
cord poplin serges vigeraux and Bedford. Come solid
colors such as tans grays navy fefaek and white also in
fancy mixtures Mack and white cheeks and stripes. Made
with htps and pleats plain two-ptejee effects panel and
many other styles. Values up to $7.86; Spring Clear-
ance price $4.95.
In Silk Waists
$3.00 Silk Waists $195
Keseallne silk waists high neck and
long sleeves brblderef front. Also
Robespierre srtk shtrte of washable
India silk white ground with colored
pencil stripes. Regular values up to
$3.09; Bxtra Special Mon- rt Qp
$7.50. Silk Waists $4.95
The newest ideas In novelty waists for
afternoon and evening wear. Made of
orepe de Chine meesaline chiffon and
taffeta silk. Values up to ?7.S9;
Bxtra. Special Monday &f QC
$10:00 Silk Waists $6.75
Beautiful exclusive model Waists of
novelty 9tlk ehlffdn allover laoe mes-
s&line orepe de Chine taffeta bro-
oadee etc Values up to JlO.Odr'
Bxtra Special Monday. ?. T'-
oheloe ...pO O
Extraordinary Values In
s We note for Monday somsf awueually
attractive offers in White fiottae un-der-musllns.
The garments offered are
neatly made and prettily trimmed with
embroidery and lace.
Values to 50c at
Values to 75c at
Values to $1.25 at. ...
Values to $1.50 at....
' Values to $1.75 at
Values to $2.25 at
Visit the Arcade and
See Many New 1 kings
"The Store of Serviced
75c LONG SILK
lg-buttoa length silk gloves in Mack
white tan and gray mostly small
sizes gloves in the lot worth up to 75e
pair; Extra Special Mon- o t
day .. uOC
t 35c LINEN COLLARS
A let of embroidered linen collars var-
ious heights and styles mostly large
skes worth up to 36c; Extra f
Special -Monday; choice 1 U C
35c KNIT PANTS 18c
Women's lisle thread Summer pants
tight knee in sices 4 and 5 regular 35e
grade; Extra Special Monday - Q
until gone pair JLOC
$150' PARASOLS 95c
A splendid special in parasols for Mon-
day only all the new Spring ideas in
repp tissues Ramie linen and other
materials in plain colors and combina-
tions with contrasting color Dresden
and hemstitched borders. Good strong
frames and nice Mission handles. Values
up to $1.60; Extra Special qf
Monday choice VDC
Ghfldrenfe sflk Windsor ties fa pretty
pkids regular 2c quality; Ex- o
tra Special Monday- lOC
75c HOSIERY 33c
Sift: lisle lace lisle mercerised Kale and
plain lisle- hose also silk boot and ianoy
hosiery aH high grade hose; fat Hack
white tans- and colors values ia the fat
up to 75c pau-j Extra Special oo
Monday choke J3C
50c BELT PINS 15c
A large assort a ant of belt pins and
buckles in gold oxidised and saver all
the newest designs some set with fancy
stones values up to Sue; Bxtra -J
Special Monday cfaofae lO
25c SILK BOOT HOSE
Our special C silk hoot hose m bfaek
sad fan with Ksle sole heel ami toe
and garter top; Extra Spe- -I j
eial Monday pair 1 C
limit 6 Pair.)
WB FRBPAT ALL PAROBLS POST PAGKAGBS
FINAL REPORT OF
THE 6RP JURY
(Continued From Page l.)
officers are not always Informed as to
the laws they are expected to enforce.
A rigid investigation by the police com-
missioners as to the conduct of individ-
ual officers is also recommended as
we have testimony regarding officers
iv ho drink in saloons while on duty and
also regarding aid given by one police
officer to a bookmaker operating on
this side of the river. In the main the
personnel of the Torce Is excellent.
Xevr City Jail Needed.
A new and sanitary city Jail ie ur-
ge ptly needed. In spite of every effort
or. the part of those in charge the pres-
ent jail is unwholesome and offensive.
It seems likely that conditions might
te improved In some degree by a thor-
ough painting of the celling and interior
-nalis. using colors that will diffuse
Would Patet Cabb tr Jail Interior.
We have visited the county jail and
commend the manner In which prison-
ers are treated. In fact we believe the
management of the jail under the pres-
ent administration to be good. "We find
that the interior walls in the old part Of
the jail are in bad condition and recom-
mend to the county commissioners that
the entire interior be repainted and the
walls washed by the prisoners at least
twice a month. Perishable supplies can-
not be cared for properly with the an-
tiquated ice box now in use.
Care of the Insane.
It Is humiliating to the state pride of
Texans that this great state does not
provide sufficient asylums for the care
of its insane. The sight of insane eo-
?ile of both sexes confined in the roun-
y jail one of them for more than six
years is a pathetic one. It is the unan-
imous opinion of this jury that asylums
should be provided for all inBane
where they ir.ay receive intelligent
remedial treatment which in many cases
would doubtless restore them to use-
fulness. A great improvement in con-
ditions will be made If the county will
provide a place of detention for the in-
sane apart from the county iaiL
Audit af CeHnty Books.
We recommend to the county commis-
sioners the desirability of a thorough
audit of the county boohs going back
over as long a term as is practicable
We believe that the taxpayers money
would be well spent in making an audit
such as was made in the city the value
of this being demonstrated by the con-
dition of some of the city offices previ-
ous to said audit
False Rumors Probed.
We have gone into and carefully in-
vestigated many groundless rumors of
law violations and wish to condemn
the practice of circulating vicious
street reports of official misconduct
when such reports are unfounded.
This grand jury feels that it has
done its full duty in the time allotted
in returning indictments and the matter
of prosecutions now rests with the
proper officials and the people them-
selves through the juries.
H. B. Stevens.
The members of the grand jury were:
H. B. Stevens. J. C. Wilmarth E. M.
Pray Martin W. Sweeney. George Le
Baron. M. B. Davis. W. H. Austin W.
H. Loretz. W. H. Shelton S. Aronstein
Robert Lander and W. B. Gilllspie.
Wright cleans cleanest in El Paso.
DRINK GRAPE JUICE
Individual size 10c Pints 25c
1-2 pint 15c Quarts 45c
PINEAPPLE JUICE A bottle 25c
LIME JUICE A healthy and fine summer drink 50c
i m i
Saturday morning justice of the peaee
James J. Murphy rendered judgment in
favor of the local smelting company
plaintiff in the 'forcible entry and de-
tainer suits filed against nine of its
striking employes. The Buits were
brought to oust the defendants who bad
gone on a strike out of the company's
houses on the smelter property. '
Among the grounds set up in the mo-
tion for a new trial which was filed by
the defendants it is alleged that the
notices for them to vacate the premises
were written in Spanish. These they
contend should have been printed in
English in order to comply with the
DBL.BGATHS CIIUSB.V TO
CHILD YVKLFAHB CON'GRBSS
WW I COMPANY
Montana Street Lots
At a Bargain
I will sell at a bargain my two
lots on the 1300 block of Mon-
tana street if taken at once.
These are the BEST available
lots on Montana street and will
not be offered again. For price
and terms phone 24o8.
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
State Superintendent IA hlte Xnmt Mrs.
1. I. UHttn of Albuquerque ns
One of Three RenreftcntativcH.
Santa Fe. N. 14. May 3. At the re-
quest of the governing body of the Na-
tional Congress of Mothers and Parent-
Teachers' association state superin-
tendent Alvan N' White has appointed
three delegates to represent this state
at the 17th child welfare conference
of this organization which -will be held
at Boston. May 15 to 20. The object
of this conference will' be the xliscus-
'on of methods for securing better
opportunities fur childhood in the
home church school and state. The
three delegates appointed are:
Mrs. Josie Lockard. of. Paten super-
intendent of schools for Colfax county.
Mrs T. I Butts teacher in the Al-
Buqlierflue scfiools for the past 20 years
i"'l nos pnnciril of the First ward
if hn .1 ii' tint cit I
MMir M R Mp mfthr superior of i
Lon..io Acjucuii fur Lurls Santa Fe.
"TAG YOU'RE IT" IF
THE GIRLS" GET YOU
Crossing Fingers and Touching Wood
Does No Good for Unless You Are
Tagged You Are Caught.
Tak day Y. W. C. A Paf.
May 3 having been and thereby k
declared Tag day W the mayor himself
Saturday was the open Bason for tag-
ging all downtowners who did not fly
the red or blue colors of the Tag day.
Crossed fingers had no effect on the
fair taggers Saturday for they violated J
all jles of the old game of "tae tae i
you're it." Neither did standing on wood
Or knocking on the same substance prove '
an auui lor me victims oi ine lag oay I
giris. un an oi tne downtown corner
:n tbe plazas and hotels the committees
from the Y. YV. C. A. were busy all day
tagging everyonew ho came in sU?ht.
Many were tagged two or more times
arid some of the more philanthropic wore
strands of tan like the flower garlands
of the Hawaiians.
Everyone helped in the good work.
The traffic cop on the phua beat stopped
all automobiles that passed through the
transfer plana while the drivers or own-
ers dugup two bits for the tag dav
fund. The young women in the hotels
had a merry time with" the traveling
men who dug up generously for the
tags which were attached by willing
hands to their lapels.
The Mexican refueees knew nothing
of the American institution of tag day
and it had to be explained to them in
detail before they fell for the plan of
raising funds for the voung woman's as-
sociation When thev caught the idea.
t''i'V dlir d' oi ard ifnenvialy
It 13 all loi jl urth cause. A lodge
for the working girls to be built at
CkHtdcreft is the object of the 1913 Tag
GLOBE FIRE CHIEF
Globe Aru.. May 3 Flovd Blevins
was elected chief of the Globe fire de-
partment at the regular meeting of the
city council. William Keegan was the
choice for assistant chief.
Complaints have been received by' tbe
city about the poor condition of the
Globe cemetery. A committee has been
appointed to confer with the board of
supervisors to determine what improve-
ments should be made.
The council has called a special meet-
ing for Wednesday. May 7 at 7 oektck
to hear all complaints on taxes.
Tbe condition of Dr. William A. Holt
who has been suffering from blood poi-
very time so long as you have
good health on your side but as
soon as sickness overtakes you a
heavy handicap is Imposed. Keep
strong and robust by daily use of
soiling eaased by the prick of a needle
while operating on a patient was re-
ported as improved last night. The at-
tending physicians still have some fear
that Dr. Holt may lose his right arm.
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The Best $3.00
With Each Suit
HARRIS KRUPP Prop.
107 San ntonlo Street.
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