El Paso Herald from El Paso, Texas on September 12, 1913 · Page 2
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The Store That Sells Wooltex ]ftfeek-End Specials Emphasizing Moderately Priced Merchandise Tomorrow Is Also Last Day of Fur Exhibit W £efy~End Specials In Toilet Articles 25c Lehn «& Fink's Talcum Powder 18c 50c Maclaine Isa-beli’s Face Powder 37 c 50c Hikers Cream of Roses ...........38c 25c Dioxyg^n ............................................. 17 c 25c Sanitol Face Powder ....................... 15 c 25c Colgate’s" Rapid »Shave Powder.. 16c 25c Mennen’s Talcum Powder ........... 15 c 35c b* .s 4711 White Rose Glycerine Soap ..............................................................28c EXTRA! EXTRA J 35c Colgate's Antiseptic Dental Powder .....................-..........................................20c 35c jars Daggett & Ramsdell*» Perfect Cold Cream .........-....................................28c 50c Lablache Face Powder ...................35c Extra Specials Saturday Night (On sale from 7 yto 9 p. m. Quantity limited.) 25c Dr. Lyon’s Tooth Powder............... 15 c 50c Lambert's Listerine .......................32c New Fichus 25c and 50c We are now showing all the newest ideas in fichus made of net and shadow lace. We are aiso showing the fashionable De Medici collars, in net, shadow lace and chiffon. The prices are most attractive—25c |g* g\ and ..........................*....................OUC House Dresses $1.00 We have just received a big new shipment of house dresses. While this shipment embraced all prices, we call special attention to the dresses at $1.00. In past seasons we have built up a reputation for the best $1.00 house dress in El Paso and these new dresses are, we believe, better value than anything we have previously offered. They are nicely made of percale. Have high or Dutch neck and come in light and dark colors. All sizes are offered. See these dresses when you come to “The White House” tomorrow. Fall Coats at $14.50 This fall we are featuring stylish coats at $14.50. You will be surprised at the garments we offer at this price. Special mention is made of the following: BOUCLES—three-quarter length, new cutaway styles, lined or unlined. SEALETTES—cutaway styles, have large shawl collar and cuffs, satin lining. LAINE BEDFORDS-—in smart styles. The above are only examples of what you may expect to find here in a coat at $14.50. All sizes are offered. See these coats tomorrow. Wool Skirts at $4.95 Misses’ Serge Dresses At this price we show all the styles and materials of the Fall season. The assortment embraces poplins, serges, fancy bed fords, black and white waffle checks, eponges, matelasse and other novelty materials«. All colors. Regular and “out” sizes. If you want a stylish Fall skirt at a moderate pric^, in- \estigate what we offer at $4.95. We have a large assortment of wool skirts, all new Fall styles, at $3.95. New Net Blouses $2.95 At $2.75 and $2.95 we are showing new Fall blouses made of silk, chiffon, lace and net. These are the new low neck blouses; have either long or short sleeves. Especially pretty are the lace and net blouses trimmed with ribbon in camesole effect. Carrying out our moderately priced policy, we are showing stylish dresses for misses and juniors priced at $2.95, $3.95 and $4.95. These dresses are made of serge and fancy bedfords, and come in wine, navy and brown. Some are Peter Thompson styles trimmed in plaid. Others are trimmed with brocaded velvet and have the new drop shoulder. Be sure and see these pretty, stylish dresses when you come tomorrow. 25c Corsets Covers 19c Dainty corset covers, made of soft finished cambric, trimmed with embroidery and lace. Regular 25c grade Week-End 19c Special Weefy-End Specials In Corset Dept. Discontinued Models Discontinued models in Warner’s, Royal Worcester and CB a la Spirite corsets, values up to $3.00, are an Extra Special for Saturday at, choice ...................$1.50 $1.50 Corsets $1.00 From time to time the manufacturers of Royal Worcester corsets allow us to offer this concession on one of their models. So, tomorrow only you can buy a regular $1.50 Royal Worcester corset for ................................................$1.00 Corset Waists For misses and growing girls we recommend the H. & W. Sheathlyne corset waist. We carry these waists in medium and low bust models, with medium or long hip. Prices 75c, $1.00 anl... $ 1.50 New Muslin Underwear 50c W e are showing the new “Slim Princess” petticoats, which are finished at the bottom with a scalloped edge or a small flounce. We are also showing the new It arrow drawers* Both petticoats and drawers are attractively priced at p A only ........................................v • • OU C Evening Scarfs 50c Dainty evening scarfs, made of Seco, tissue and Japan silk. They are two yards long, with hemstitched ends. Come in plain colors, also in Dresden figured ends Special value 50C Velvet Four-in~Hands 50c Kt 50c The velvet four-in-hand is the very latest. We are showing these in a wide range of designs and colorings. We have both the straight and the flare end styles. Priced at .............................................. Net Chemisettes 25c and 50c New chemisettes, made of fine net. Both high and low neck styles are offered, in white, cream and ecru. Have elastic at belt line. Attractively frieed at 25c and...............OUC Bead Necklaces 50c Tlhe new bead necklaces, 15 inches long, made of graduated beads. They come in amber, white, red, gray, blue, pink, plum and other colors. We show these necklaces in either solid or transparent beads. Offered at a special PA low price of...................................O KJ C New Wishing Sashes The wishing sash—the very newest idea in sashes. Made of fine quality silk, in changeable, plaid, ribbed, two-tone, striped and figured effects. Finished with tassel or fringed ends. There is a wide range of choice at 50c, <2*0 QP 95c, $1.50, $2.50, $3.50 r:id.. ipO.t/D Knit Vests and Pants 25c Black Hose 19c Medium weight cotton hose, fast black and seamless, made with double soles, heels and toes. This is a splendid grade of hose and sells regularly for 25c. pair; Week-End Special ............................. 19c $1.50 Character Dolls 95c Unbreakable character dolls, 15 inches tall, dressed in sailor costumes, bloomers, rompers, etc. Regular $1.50 values; QC Week-End Special.....................................t/OC Lace and Net Blouses $3.95 Saturday at a special price of $3.95 we will offer six different models in shadow lace and net blouses. These are tbe very latest Fall models, showing the dainty undertrimming in camesole effect. They come in white, cream and ecru. Both high and low necks are shown; long and short sleeves. Priced CfJO AC for Saturday at .................................. $4.95 Lingerie Blouses $2.45 A lot of lingerie blouses, made of voile, batiste, lawn and lingerie cloth; trimmed in various ways with Val and shadow lace, embroidery, embroidered designs, etc. Both high and low neck models are shown, with either long or short sleeves. Values range regularly as high as $4.95; Extra Special 4 C Saturday .............................................. Novelty Blouses $4.95 An unusually wide variety of choice in novelty silk, plain silk, chiffon, lace and net blouses. Some are the new low neck models, with long or short sleeves. Others are high neck and are what is needed to wear with your new Fall suit. The color range embraces white, blue, taupe, green, brown, changeable effects, etc. You would readily pay as high as $6.75 for these blouses; offered <&=> yi here Saturday at ............................... $¡25 Fall Waists 95c New Fall waists, made of fine lawn, trimmed with lace and tucking. Some are high neck with long sleeves; others low neck with three- quarter length sleeves. Regular $1.25 A g values; Week-End Special ..................... New Fall Lingerie Waists Special attention is directed to our display of Fall lingerie waists. We are showing a great variety of models in batiste, voile and lawn. Both high and low necks are shown, with either long or short sleeves. The trimmings are of lace and embroidery. Excellent values are offered in Fall lingerie waists at $1.25/$1.45, $1.95, $2.45 and .......... “The Store of Service” 35c For early Fall wear we are showing Jersey ribbed, light weight cotton vests and pants. The vests have either long or short sleeves; the pants come in both knee and ankle P A _ lengths. Priced, per garment, 25c and ^ 50c Lisle Gloves 35c Full 16-button length imported chamois lisle gloves, in white and natural, regular price is 50c per pair; Week-End Special ............................... $1.50 Kid Gloves 89c A lot of wrist length kid gloves in odd sizes. Come in black and colors. They are regular $1.50 gloves; QA choice at ......................................................Oi/C Long White Kid Gloves $1 95 16 button length white kid gloves—they are soft, pliable kid. Extra Special <£1 Qu Saturday, pair ...................................* «i/O Women's Handkerchiefs 39c Doz. Women’s sheer white lawn hemstitched handkerchiefs. worth regularly 5c each; O ;f> Week-End Special, per dozen.................Oi? v Mens Handkerchiefs 8c Men’s full regular 15c gra< End Special 11 size pure linen handkerchief» 5c grade; Extra Week- our 8c (Limit six) La Vallieres 50c and 75c 75c New la vallieres—they are silver set with white or colored stones. Special at 50c and ........................................... EXTRA! EXTRA! $1.95 Wool Sweaters $1.45 Women’s medium weight, fancy knit wool sweaters, 27-inch length. Two styles are offered. One is low neck; the other has a semi­ roll high neck. Both styles have two pockets and are trimmed with pearl buttons. Colors are Oxford, cardinal, navy, black, white, brown and tan. A regular $1.95 sweater; {ft 1 A £* Extra Special Saturday only at. . ^ A Attend Fur Exhibit Tomorrow Week-End Specials In New Fall Millinery (Mezzanine Floor) The new velvet student caps (tam effect), suitable for women, misses, juniors and children. Come in all colors and are special Saturdav *1 O Pat ...................................*......... $ 1 o25 French felt crushers, in all col- A Q Drs; Week-End Special.................u5C Tailored ready-to-wear hats, 20 different styles in black velvet and silk hatters plush .are a Week-End c\ dp Special at .................................o4 J Untrimmed Shapes A manufacturer of untrimmed shapes, being in need of ready money, let us have 2.000 shapes at about 25 per cent below the regular price. These are all new Fall shapes, and the purchase embraced every style, material and color shown this season. The shapes are now on sale on the Mezzanine Flocr at prices that are about one-fourth less than you ordinarily pay. Four lots are offered as follows: $1,95 $2 ,45 $2,95 $3.95 SPECIAL NOTE—In our Millinery Workroom, at all times, you will find a full corps of expert designers and trimmers. When shape and trimmings are purchased here, there is no charge for the workroom service. Patent Leather Boots The Fashionable Shoe for Dress Wear 11/ ELL dressed worn- W en this Fall will choose patent leather boots for dress wear. Knowing this, we exercised unusual care in the selection of our stock of this class of footwear. We are now showing a variety of correct models in patent leather boots. The illustrations show two of our most popular models. The first is sterling patent colt with dull kid top, narrow New York toe and new Louis Cuban heel. The price is $5.00. The other model is sterling patent colt with cravenette top , plain toe, Cuban heel, turn sole. The price is $4.00. We have many other models We will be glad to show you. Store Closes at 6 P. M. 204 San Antonio St . 50c Correspondence Cards 33c 33c Hurd’s damask linen correspondence cards, with envelopes to match. There are 25 cards and 25 envelopes in a box and the regular price is »50c vper box; Week-End Special ............................. (Limit two) New Crepe Kimonos 75c Long crepe kimonos, in red, lavender, pink and gray, with plain and fancy borders. They are loose house style, shirred on wp shoulders. Extra value Saturdav at... / DC Telephone 2576 NATIONS 220 Mesa Avenue A IF CHILD IS CROSS, FEVERISH AND SICK Look Mother! If ton erne 1 * coated, elfanse little bowel* with «California Sjmp of Figs." and regulation all have been tried and all have failed. Modern Industrialism is one of the most important factors contributing to the social evil and health problems of the day.” Children love this "fruit laxative,” *nd nothinjg else cleanses the tender itomach, liver and bowels so nicely. A child simply will not stop playing to empty the bowels, and the result Is, they become tightly clogged with waste. liver gets sluggish, stomach sours, then your little one becomes cross, half-sick, feverish, don’t eat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, system full of cold, has sore throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen, Mother 1 See if tongue is coated, then give a tea-spoonful of “California Syrup of Figs,” and in a few hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out or the system, and you have a well, playful child again. Millions of mothers give “California Syrup of Figs” because it is perfectly harmless; children love it, and it never fails to act on the stomach, liver and bowels. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot- ! tie of “California Syrup of Figs,” | which has full directions for babies, j children of all ages and for grown- Cincinnati Health Officer Declares Social Evil Is Plague of the Century—Would Isolate Social Evil Diseases—Thinks Modern Dress Is Responsible For Undermining the Race. WRIGHT IS GIVEN 30-YEAR SENTENCE CONSPIRACY CHARGE MADE AGAINST JUDGE We Aim to Supply Our Trade With the Best Quality of Steer Beef that Can Be Bought Saturday Specials German Style Pot Roast, per lb. ....................15c Pig Pork Ham Roast, per lb.........................20c Pig Pork Shoulder Roast, per lb.............17 l-2c Fancy Rib Stew, per lb ..................................10c Country Style Smoked Hog Jowls, per lb ___15c Nations’ Home Rendered Lard, 5 lb. pails. .75c Home Dressed Hens—Springers—Broilers. Fresh Oysters Received Daily. Fresh Salmon—Shell Lobsters—Blue Valley Butter. For Sunday Dinner All Kinds Fresh Fruits—Fresh Vegetables. Nations’ Little Pork Sausage for Sunday Breakfast-Genuine Spring Lamb. Buy Good Things to Eat at NATIONS You Owe It to Your Family. C age for the five years ending with 1D05 to 74.3 during 1911. “Even though the cause, or causes were discovered, it would, no doubt require many years before such know] COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Sept. 12.—The annual convention of the American Public Health association, which has been in session here Hucn Knowl_ since Tuesday, closed this afternoon ; edge could be successfully applied in with a genera] session at which Dr. F. ; a. deliberate campaign to reduce the 3U Hoffman, of the Prudential Life In- i cancer death rate. For the time beinur surance company, of New York, oTeliv- i public attention needs to be directed to ered an address on the “Mortality from j the supreme importance of early dia"- cancer in the United States and foreign \ nosiS on the one hand and the earliest countries.” j possible operative treatment on the The convention closed one day ear- ! other. This conclusion even applies to lier than it had planned, but work was j many forms of internal cancers, which advanced to allow tomorrow for unin- ! are invariably fatal, unless the patient terrupted sightseeing. Jacksonville, | submits to an early and radical surgi- Fla., was chosen for the next meeting place. In addition to the address by Dr. Hoffman, a number of other papers of importance were read and considerable unfinished business was transacted. i'nnppr Itate Increases. “It is evident that the American people are increasingly liable to can, C4.X Hauit* LU Ccill- ups plainly printed on the bottle. Be- j cerous afflictions,” said Dr. Hoffman. ware of counterfeits sold here. Get t j n°t able to acocunt for this, .. . . , ... . put he found a ray of hope in the fact the genuine, made by California tig that compared with other civilized Refuse any other j countries the cancer death rate is not Syrup Company.” ----------- ---- . ---- ---------kind with contempt.—Advertisement. from S67.9 per mboo'^o^ulatii^ avlr- LEVY PHONES 505—3098. Lemons, per doz Mixed Tea, per ih ........ 3 Salmon for ............... GROCERY COMPANY mm EBsisLi, ALL OTHERS 204-206 E. OVERLAND ST. SPECIALS 25c 35c 25c Levy's Special Coffee, per lb ............................. 3 Silver Flake Oats for ................................... Toilet Paper, roll .......................... 20c 25c 5c cal treatment. Society Combats Problem. In appreciation of the seriousness of the problem and its important relation to the health of the nation a national society for the control ¿f cancer has recently been organized for the specific object to disseminate ’ knowledge concerning the sypmtoms, diagnosis, notice, treatment and prevention of cancer to investigate the conditions under which cancer is found and to compile statistics in regard thereto Isolate Social Evil Diseases That the social evil, with its attendant moral degeneracy, is the nlatrne nf the 20th century, was the contention o\ I*i. ,1. H. Landis, health officer of Cincinnati. “There is no reason why diseases occasioned by the social evil should not occupy the same position so far as their handling by health departments is concerned, as the plague—isolation ” he said. illames Modern Dress In relation to the parts contributory causes. play on the social evil and the alleged constantly lowering standard of morality, Or. Landis advocated the idea that dress worn by women of today is responsible in a degree for influences which, he said, are undermining the race. i ‘Til® * iRj?u,^nce of' certificates of health to fallen women is wrong,” he said, for it is a licensing of crime. Lducation. segregation, suppression Is Convicted at Midland for Killing of Stead at I*ecos, on a Chan-te «'I Venue from Reeves County. Midland, Tex., Sept. 12.—James L Wright, of Pecos, was yetserday convicted of the murder of C. C. Stead, at whow as shot at Pecos, Reeves county. Oct. 18, 1912, and who died six months later from the result of hi.3 wound. The verdict wras reached after a 2 1 hour session of the jury and Wright was sentenced to SO years in the state penitentiary. A change of venue was secured from Reeves county to Midland county, for this trial which is particularly remarkable for the fact that it is the first murder case tried in Midland countv in which a white man has been convicted. W. P. Brady, of Pecos, and Eearl Anderson, District of Midland county conduced the case for the state and judge Ross, of Pecos, for the defendant. DR. T. A. BRAY IS BITTEN BY RABID DOG Officer of the liureau of Animal Industry <ioes to Chicago to Take Pasteur Treatment. Dr. T. A. Bray, of the United States bureau of animal industry, has gone to Chicago, 111., to take the pasteur treatment. Mrs. Bray accompanied him. # While feeding his dog about 10-days ago, a stray pup entered the yard ay/{ bit the doctor on the finger. He *fnt cultures to the bureau in Washington, and, upon being advised that the condition of the dog showed a case of rabies, lie went to Chicago to take the treatment. Attorney Sent to Prison on Prejury Chnrjie Accuses Federal Judge I.andiH and Government Lawyers, Chicago, 111., Sept. 12.—Charges of criminal conspiracy have been filed in the United States district court against federal judge K. M. Landis, district attorneys Elwood G. Godman and Harry Parkins and Mr. and Mrs. L C. Silver. The charges were made by attorney Hyman Epstein and were based on the affidavit of Max Gerber, a convict at Fort Leavenworth, made while ep- steln was serving a 15 months sentence for perjurg committed before judge Landis. Epstein charged that he had been sent to prison on the strength of a conspiracy framed by judge Landis, the government attorneys and Mr. and Mrs. Silver. Epstein represented the Silvers in a bankruptcy proceeding. Silver confessed to perjury and gave testimony which resulted in Epstein’s sentence to the^ federal penitentiary. Gerber, who was a cell mate of Silver, stated in his arrida-vit that Silver had told him that his testimony which sent Epstein to prison was false. Epstein revealed the fact that as a convict clerk in tho mail department of the prison, he had rer,d all of Silver’s letters to and from his wife. He aroused Judge Landis’ wrath when he read from a notebook, quotations from a from Mrs. Silver. Turning to district attorney Wilker- S^fi. judge I^andis said: < “For your information I will say, I will never again send a prisoner from this court to any penitentiary where a man’s private letters are not kept from the inspection of other prisoners. The charges were made in judge Landis’s court by Epstein, who introduced an affidavit while pleading for a return to his right as attorney to practice in the United States court. GERMAN AVIATOR KILI/ED. Muenster, Germany, Sept. 12.—Aviator Hans Lorenz yvas’killed here today as he was completing a two hours’ flight. Whenever Tonie ' "u Need a General Take Grove’s. The Old Standard Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic is/ equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tpnic roperties of QUIN-. INE and IKCfN. Drives out Malaria, enriches Bloojd, Builds up the Whole System. *>0c,~T-Advertisement. S For a Few Days More Only $25 Suits for... .$18.50 $20 Suits for... .$14.50 $15 Suits for... .$10.50 THE $15 CLOTHES SHOP 107 San Antonio Street. HARRIS KRUPP, Prop. McELWAIN SHOES are the moft widely worn men’s shoes in America They are made by an aggregation of factories having the largest output in the world. This means that shoes bearing the McElwain trade-mark give the utmost value for their price.

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