El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 32, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 1, 1912 Page: 3 of 36
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mark the first
real opening of the
Goods Display. Gift
suggestions for alL
Read this list that fol-
Hand Bags, $1 to $1#.
Collar Cases. ft to $1.50.
Music Rolls, ft .50 to f5.60.
Pullman Slippers, ft.50.
Flasks, 75c to f5.
Traveling Cases. $2 to fl5.
Photo Cases, 60c to $3.
Drinking Cups. 25c to fl.50.
Brush Cases, ft to f6.
Card Games, ft.75 to ff.
Mirrors, 75c to, $2.
Memos, 50c to f2.
Ikl O DOUBT you have already;begun to plan your list of Christmas
" things, and' as usual, are more or less puzzled as to what will be
the most appropriate and acceptable gift for this one or that one. A
visit to the “POPULAR” will help you in the solution of that most per-
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plexing question. Our preparations for holiday business have been made
on a most extensive scale ^vith greater assortments than ever before and
several new lines added.
Our store service, too, has been improved to meet the demands of. the
Christmas rush—more salespeople—more wrappers—more delivery autos
HE Sterling silver
* novelties we sell
are of guaranteed
quality and in the
newest designs. A bit
of silver is a gift that
always meets with ap-
preciation. This is a
partial list of the
many pretty things
Tolldt Sets, $7.50 In $45.
Military Brush, $1.75-$S.50.
Military Brush Sat. $5-$7.50.
Hair Brush, $5 to $5.
Clothes Brush. $2 to $4.50.
Files, Hooks, Horns, Cuticles.
Seals, Erasers, Tooth Brush-
es, Bells, Blotters, Curlers,
etc., 95c to 75c.
Polishers, 6®c to $2.
Puff Jars, $2 to $5.
lfalr Koeelvers, $2 to $5.
Vanity Purses, $1.50 to $15.
WWW HAT ^ould Christmas be ,to the little girl without at least on*
MbB doll? " Would seem rather incomplete, wouldn’t It? The Doll
™ * Section of Toyland has in It just the doll that’s needed to make
the ’’little mother’s" Christmas a perfect one. Every kind—every size—
light haired ones and dark—big ones and little. Whatever kind Is wanted
Is here. We make a special feature of the “Dollar Doll"—selling the
largest, handsomest and best ever sold anywhere
for that price; -24 Inches high, bisque head with nat-
ural hair, movable eyes and full jointed body. In
order to have the doll dressed In time select It now.
rWH OYLAND Is opened! In It you’ll find every kind of tey to make
1 glad the heart of the little boy or girl. They’re good toys, too,
“ not the •'trashy” ktnd that break almost before they are given,
but strongly made and-desirable. One good-gift that lasts Is ■ worth a
half dosen that are quickly broken. The mechanical toy booth Is full of
Interesting and Instructive toys—electrical, steam and spring. Our ex-
pert In charge will instruct you in the operation and
care of these. Wo urge the easly choice of toys.
Selections made can be left with us to be delivered
at any time to suit your convenience. .
Many Novelties in the Art Dept Ml
mjfANY a pretty, inexpensive little- 11 x* __
JYI gift thing can be found among the I A g1
dainty novelties shown in this depart- I ||
ment. Then, too, you’ll find all the II J
needed materials for your art needle- ^
AT 10c TO $27.75—Stamped Linen Center Pieces, yftT’ly
Scarfs, Pillow Tops, Luncheon Cloths, Towels, Vl/L# I
Aprons, Children’s Dresses, Hand Bags, Shirtwaists, W-~yU M
Gowns, Baby Carriage Robes, Jackets, Belts, Yokes, ^
etc., etc. --■‘.‘.“f
AT 50c TO $10.50—Finished Linen and Art Crash j———j-
Center Pieces, Scarfs, Pillows, Hand Bags, Shoe Bags. |
Sewing Bags, etc.
AT $1.00 TO *5.00—Fancy Silk Ribbon and Velour .. ■‘■ft
Opera and Sewing Bags. Beautiful novelties. j
AT 25c TO $7.50—Pin Cushions in a variety of
1 l l 1 -t, .. ,1 , ' nn<r >1 out t-nrl
than ever before,
AT 5c AND 10c —Women’s
Lawn and Cambric Handker-
chiefs; hemstitched, tilain
AT 15c, 2 FOR 25c-Women’s
Uhlaundered Linen Initialed
Handkerchiefs; linen hem-
stitched, hand embroidered
comer and border handker-
chiefs, and linen hemstitched,
hand embroidered initial
in the Aew script and eyelet
AT 25o—Women’s Hand Em-
broidered, Scalloped and
Hemstitched Linen Handker-
chiefs with embroidered cor-
ner, in all the new designs.
Also women’s hand embroid-
ered Initial handkerchiefs in
script and the new long block
initials, in white and colors.
AT 50o—Women’s extra fine
Unusually Handsome Neckwear
| ACE Collars, Collar and Cuff Sets,
^ in Flat Venise, Mocrome, Princess
Lace, etc., in white, cream and ecru.
New shapes—round, pointed, square,
backs, lapel fronts. Also Robespierre
collars—black and colored satin with
lace jabot and frilled effects. Prices
range from 25c to $5.00.
Veils and Veiling
NEW VANITY VEILS—Tn white, black, taupe, navy
and brown; very new and stylish. Crt
Prices range from $1.50 to...............fviuU
DRAPE VEILS—Shadow and lace designs, hand-
some designs. Priced at $11.50
AUTO VEILS—Plain and two-tone Chiffon and
Crepe Chiffon Veils. In all the popular shades of
the season. Prices range from 0/1 flfj
75c to................................. ^TTiUU
Gifts in this line,
still there are lots of
pretty ones for the
w o in e n . They are
handsome, hut moder-
ate in price.
Desk Sets, $2.50 to $19.50.
Calendars, 25o to *2.50.
Paper Cutters, 25o to $1.50,
Stamp Boxes, 25c to $1.
Paper Clips, 25e to $1.50.
Trunk Tags, 50c.
Card Cases, 50c to $1.
Letter Heals, $1 to $2.
Pencil Holders, 50c to $1.
Paper Weights, "V to $1.
Hand Blotters, $1 to $1.50,
Letter Racks, $1 to $1.
Trays, 50o to $1.
Inkstands, 25c to *7.50.
Ash Trays, 50o to $5.
Tobacco Jars, $1.50 to $5.
Candlesticks, $1 to *0.
Book Racks, *2 to $7. ’
Smoking Sets, $2.50 to $7.50.
Memo Pads, 75c to $2.
Initial Napkin Rings, 25o.
embroidered In the newest
m W* *—Wom-
en’s hemstitched Irish Linen,
Hand Embroidered Handker-
chiefs. An excellent: Value*
CHIEFS—Put up three in a
fancy box. Will make nice
gifts. A box 15c to 60c.
AT $1.00 A BOX OF 3—
Women’s hand thread drawn,
Jr Marabout Sets, Scarfs, Shawls
and Boudoir Caps
MARIBON SETS AND SEPARATE PIECES—Neckpieces and Muffs,
natural, white, black and white, brown and white, and black. Cft
Prices range from $22.50 down to.,..................... ftiJU
NEW EVENING SCARFS—Plain and fancy Chiffon, Crepe de China,
Chantilly Lace, Syrian. Dew Drop and Shaded effects. Cfln
Priced at *12.50 down to...................................dUl/
ZEPHYR SHAWLS AND SCARF'S—In black, white and grey. Just
the thing for cold days. See these, priced at Cftp
*4.00 down to.............................................dUl*
Gifts From the Linen Department
]f | SEFUL and sensible gifts in all ready finished
*■/ linens for the table and bed room: Fancy linens,
hand embroidered, hand made lace and hem-
stitched, including Scarfs, Centers, Lunch Cloths, Bed
Spreads.and Bolster Cases, all linen Sheets and Pil-
low Cases, Doily Sets, Guest Towels, hemstitched
and scalloped Table Cloths, Napkins and Sets, Lunch
Cloths, Dresser Scarfs, Buffet Scarfs, Bed Sheets,
Pillow Cases and linen Towels, etc. All attractively
T_________ . “Cottage’’ em-
broidered Handkerchiefs; 3
in a fancy box.
AT 25c AND 50o—Women’s
Hand Embroidered Linen
Glove Handkerchiefs. Do not
fail to see these.
HANDKERCHIEF C E N -
TERM—These are linen ajid
range in price from 10c to
AT 50c TO $0.00—Women's
hand embroidered, hemstitch-
ed and scalloped edge and
embroidered corner Hand-
AT $1.25 TO $10.50—Real
Valenciennes, Rose Point and
Batenberg Handkerchiefs in
the very newest designs.
|yj[ A N Y handsome
gift things are shown
in Persian Ivory—ar-
ticles that are useful
as well as pretty.
Combs, 50c to $!.
Brushes, 95o to $5. ,r
Mirrors, 50c to $7.
Hair Receivers, 50c to $2.
Powder Boxes, 50c to *4.
Hat Brushes, 75c to $2.
Clothes Brushes, $3 to $4.50.
Trays, 25c to *2.50.
Pin Cushions and Jewel
Boxes combined, $1.25 to
Pin Boxes. $1.25 to $4.
Bonnet Brushes, $1.25 to
Picture Frames. 50o to $4.
Nall Files, 50e.
Cuticle Knives. 50c.
Button Hooks, 50c.
Shoe Horns, 50c.
Button Hooks and Shoe
Horns combined, 75c.
Nall Brushes, 25c to $1.
Tooth Brush Racks, 50c.
Sponge Holders, $1.
Soap Dishes, Boxes and Hold-
ers, 25c to 50c.
Flesh Brushes. $1.50.
Military Brushes. *7 to $8.
Infant’s Combs, 15c.
Infant's Brushea $1.
Shaving Brushes, $1.25 to
Perfume Bottles. $1.75 to $2.
Talcum Boxes, 50c.
Olovq Boxes. $7.50. j
mings, etc. • Yard, $1.25 to................................ *'*-
BOUDOIR CAPS—Made of Shadow Lace, Fancy Net and Dotted Swjrs;
beautifully trimmed In lace and ribbon. Prices range RQn
from $5.00 down to................ .............” ’ ......WW
** in cross barrel
lawn, organdie and
plain lawn. A full as-
sortment of work and
chafing dish aprons,
in Val and Irish lace,
beading and pretty
ribbon bows. FJrices
range from 15c up to
Kt^rSL7£rV,k Christmas Voting Contest %%
OUR CUSTOMERS WILL DECIDE WINNERS
Prizes Awarded December 24th
Voting Commences December 2nd-’Ends December 21st
• - ------ ----- salessllps In them and drop them In the VOTING
We arc going to bring joy to the hearts and happy smiles to
the faces of fifty boys and girls this Christmas.
* Our customers—and the children themselves—will decide
who will be winners of these fifty prises.
Every salescheck Issued in this store from December 2nd tv
21st enclosed In envelopes provided for the occasion and drop-
ped In the VOTING BOX will count for VOTES for some boy
Every dime WtlQ count as ONE VOTE.
The twenty-five BOYS and twenty,-five GIRLS who receive
the highest number of votes will receive the prizes.
What boy or girl are you going to VOTE FOR?
Write thetr names on these envelopes NOW, put them in
y«$r shopping bag and bring them when you comb to the store— ----— -
Remember the Voting Box Every Time You Make a Purchase Between December 2nd and 21st
See Our Grand Display of Furs
Richard Hudnut's Perfumes,
In assorted odors. 60c to $4.
Colgate’s Perfumes, In assort-
ed odors, at 25c ap to $2.50.
Van tine* Oriental Perfumes.
50c to $3.50.
Rlckerseckers Perfumes, tn
assorted odors, 25c to $0.
Hubigants Ideal Perfumes
and Face Powder, $4 and
Rlgnard's Mary Garden Pre-
parations, 60c to *3.75.
L. T. Pi vers Tqllet Prepara-
tions, 25c to $1.50. ,
See Our Grand Display of Dolls
They Make Appropriate
Five Windows on
DRY GOODS CO.‘»c
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