El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 31, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 5, 1911 Page: 3 of 28
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EL PASO MORNING TlMES-
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1911.
“The Popular’s Men’s Store”
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Rogers, Peet & Company
Tailormade Clothes for
“The Best Clothes on Earth’
'T* HAT they’re “the best clothes on earth” is not said boastfully, but it’s our honest conviction, based
* on the real merits of the clothes—the workmanship, the quality of the materials and, not the
least, the inimitable style that’s shown in every garment.
For business or dress die styles are all that the most particular man can desire—a “city air” about
them that distinguishes them from the ordinary ready-to-put-on clothes.
They are not “cheap” clothes—they cost a trifle more than some kinds. But when you put them on,
your satisfaction is worth the difference in cost.
Hart Schaffner dr Marx
Suits and Overcoats
$20.00 to $35.00
Rogers Peet & Company
$25.00 to $40.00
Popular Priced Suits and Overcoats
JP OR the men and young fellows whose use or purse demands
a suit at a moderate price, we show
splendid values in suits and overcoats at less than $20.00. These suits and overcoats are made of
good, all wool materials, fashionably cut and well tailored.
The “High School Brand” of suits is our own special brand for suits designed especially to suit the
young fellows' taste—a little more dash and snap to them than the conservative business men’s styles.
Prices of these are $12<,50 to $18,00
Copyright Ban Schaffner A Marx
Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marx
/COMPLETE new lines of the best style negligee
v* shirts, plain and pleated front, of madras and
percale, are now shown in the Manhattan, Bates
Street and Columbia makes.
Manhattan shirts, plain or pleated, $1.50 to $3.00.
Bates Street shirts, plain or pleated, $1.50.
Columbia shirts, the best made for $1.00.
Flannel shirts, with collar attached or with separate
collar to match, $2.00 to $3.50.
Negligee and Flannel Shirts I The Underwear You’ll Need for Winter “Maxam» Cuff Shirts
’OUR underwear needs should be given attention now. Our complete win-
* ter lines are now shown and you're certain of getting the size you need—
later you may not be so fortunate. We can fit men of every size—the biggest
or the littlest—with the separate garments or union suits.
MEN’S UNION SUITS
Perfect fitting union suits of Egyptian
cotton heavily fleeced, all sizes.........
MEN’S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Extra quality cotton ribbed undershirts and
drawers, heavily fleeced, each
«LA8TEN BURY UN DERWEAR
Strictly all wool undershirts and drawers. In light,
medium and heavy weights—$1.00, $1.00 nnd $2.25.
COOPER “SPRING NEEDLE’’
All wool, spring needle knit undershirts and draw-
ers, non-shrinking and perfect fitting—$1.50 to
TIIE cuff is the first place a shirt shows the wear
^ —gets ragged and rough before any other place
shows signs of wear. The “Maxam” reversible cuff
is a clever idea which almost doubles the life of the
shirt—you'll appreciate the good features the instant
you see it.
Wc show the “Maxam” reversible cuff shirts, made
of good quality percale, with neat stripe, white negli-
gee and white pleated front, at $1.50.
“Popular” 95c Undermustins
QPLENDID value is given in the un-
<3 dermuslins we offer at this price—
they’re quite equal in design and qual-
ity to those commonly sold at $1.25. Our
line of 95c garments has been
brightened up ;with new arri-
vals—better values if possible
than we’ve ever shown before.
NIGHT GOWNS—Of muslin, long cloth
and nainsook, in high neck or slipover
styles, lace and embroidery trimmed.
COMBINATIONS —Corset cover and
drawers or nainsook and long cloth, reg-
ular or French drawers, with trimmed or
allover embroidery corset cover.
SKIRTS—Full length, with lace or em-
broidery flounce or plain tucked flounce.
DRAWERS—Lace and embroidery
CORSET COVERS—IN -many
dainty styles, very special values
A Very Attractive Offering in the Millinery Department
$15.00 Tailored and Dress Hats $10.00
SOME of the prettiest styles that we have shown this sea-
son are included in this group of tailored and dress hats of-
fered for Monday’s selling. All new shapes, tastefully trim-
•med and quite'desirable in every way. Hats, A AA
including the $15.00 kinds, are priced........tP *
For Sweet CBiarity?§ Sake
Prominence Will Be Given This Week to the Correct Fabrics and Trim-
mings for the Charity Ball G',»wn—Your Selections Should
Be Made Early.
•’ip HE CHARITY BALL, the first important social event of the sca-
* son, is near at hand, and preparation of the costume should not lie
delayed. A wonderfully rich showing of the newest of the correct fab-
rics is made this week, with this event in mind.
Early choice should be made*for several reasons—that now your range
of choice is far broader than it will be a week hence—that now, your se-
lection can be given more careful thought and he made unhurriedly—
that by buying now you will give your dressmaker ample time to do
your work to your satisfaction.
One of the handsomest of the soft, clinging silk
fabrics, with rich satin finish. A forty-four inch
width in all the evening shades and colors, suit-
able for afternoon costumes; QQ
VELVET AND SATIN SHAPES *1.98
Special lot of dress shapes In large and medium
sizes of plush satin and velvet In black and many
colors. Included In this lot are shapes
worth $4.76; special ...............
VELVET AND SATIN SHAPES $3.85
Very handsome untrimmed shapes in large and me-
dium dress styles, of velvet, satin and plush. A spe-
cial lot Including many worth $10.00
and $12.60, priced .................
$7.50 Stria Hat $1.95
About fifty nekt style street hats. In the plainly
tailored and draped turban styles of velvet, silk
and chenille, in black and colon. A special lot
Including some of our $7.60 styles, J j Qg
offered Monday at
An unusually serviceable silk chiffon in
all the dainty colors for evening wear.
Forty-four inches wide and of *jl £ A
extra quality; a yard.........JLskJv
Handsome quality of silk marquisette,
designed especially for evening cos-
tumes. In all the dainty evening shades
—black and navy, with richly designed
border in harmonious colorings. A 44-
inch width, a $1.50 quality dfcl] /TjA/Th
specially priced ...........
Satin and Messaline
Extra quality all silk, satin in all
shades. A beautiful soft finish, very lus-
trous. A quality suitable for the cos-
tume or the underdress. A Qg?
$1.50 value, specially-priced
Marquisette and Voile
Forty-four inch wide silk marquisette,
and the indestructible voile, in white,
black and colors, suitable for evening or
A yard ................
DRY GOODS CGjvc
$1.00 CREPE DE CHINE 05c
All zllk crepe de chine, twenty-three Inches
wide, beautiful lustre and a good, firm fabric.
In a full line of evening and afternoon shades.
A dollar quality, special ........«5c a Yard
THESE SERGE DRESSES FOR
GIRLS FOR $5.00
The prettiest and best lot of girls’
dresses we’ve ever shown at near
this price. By taking all the maker
had left, we got a price concession
that allows us to offer you the same
styles we sold earlier for $7.50 at
These dresses are made of All wool
serge in navy, brown and red. In
the box plaited style with patent
leather belt; the peasant waist with
full kilted skirt; the two piece
middy blouse style In plain serge
and novelty checks; other pretty
styles with hand embroidered de.
signs and colored silk _jK>ngee.
Sizes 6 to It years.
$7.50 value .......
$10.50 DRESSES $7.50
Handsome styles of wide welt dia-
gonal serge In red and blue, the
peasant waist hand embroidered
and with full kilt skirt. Dress of
navy serge with shawl collar of
black satin, hand embroidered In
colors. Regular 07 Cfl
$10.50 styles ........W'
Better Than Most $25.00
TAILORED COAT SUITS AT
Coat suits at $23.75 are a
special feature in this store.
Styles and qualities that are
never sold anywhere for less
than $25.00 and many which
In most places would sell for
even $30,00, are priced this
way. They're perfect gar-
ments—-In style, in quality,
In fit and workmanship.
Wo show $23.75 suits In
plain serges In plainly tail-
ored styles; novelty tweeds,
worsteds and home spunH In
novelty stripes: plain cloths
in dressy styles; $23,75 suits
are made in styles for wo-
men of every ago and for
the young miss.
Pretty style dresses
for little folks of 2
and 3 years, made
of white llncne, em-
broidered In white
or navy, with collar
and cuffs piped to
match. A 75c dress
7he Newest Models in American Lady
jC® VERY woman who has the
lEd art of dressing realizes the
importance of corset correctness
in model and fit. We are show-
ing the new models in these two
excellent corsets—models design-
ed to conform to the modes of the
season. The low bust is the most
important change from the for-
mer styles, many of the new mod-
els being merely a “girdle” top,
with the extreme long hip.
Expert corsctlcrcs aro' always in attendance In this
department, who will advise you as to the model
your figure requires, will fit you perfectly, making
such alterations as are necessary. They will take
pleasure in showing you the new American Lady
and Lyra models.
American Lady Concls, $1.00 to $ 5.00
Lyra Corset ............$5.00 to $10.00
EXCLLSIVE AGENTS FOR
$5.00 COATS FOR GIRLS
A dollar more won't buy you a
better coat anywhere than the
splendid ones we feature at this
popular price. They are pretty
styles of plain cioth. In all colors,
velvet, corduroy, caracul and seal-
ette for little ones of 2 to 5, and
good, serviceable ones of kersey,
tweed, cheviot and caracul for
girls of 8 to 14. The best
you can buy for ....
_ The High Novelty of the Season
Japanese Embroidered Bags
•Tp HE Japanese are famous for their skill in em-
S broidering and in these handsome bags
which have become the fad of fashionable folks
that skill is evidenced. Several beautiful ones,
richly embroidered by hand, in the quaint Ja-
panese designs are displayed in our jewelry de-
These are In new and unique shapes with the long
shoulder cord and finished with deep chenille fringe.
The designs are executed In the brilliantly colored
silks or In the tinsel. Prices of these are from $9.50
up to $24.50—each one an exclusive design.
Leather and Velvet Bags $2
l_f AND BAGS in the new sizes and shapes, made of iml-
*1 tatlon seal leather lined, with strong frame of gun-
mtal, silver or gold finish. Velvet hags In black and all
the good colors, 'with long shoulder cord. OO fill
Very handsome styles .......................^fc.UU
DRY GOODS CO.-
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