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"BABES IX TOYLAXD."
"Babes in Toyland" -will visit El Paso
on Monday night, appearing: at the El
Paso theater. This is one of ihe sterling;
events of the dramatic season. Hamlin
and Mitchell outran all of their brother
producers in presenting; original ideas
In the production of this beautiful play
founded on the fairy story of "The
Babes In the Woods," it is said. The
most talented scenic artists the tvorld
knows made the scenic production, -while
one of the greatest living composers,
"Victor Herbert, wrote tuneful airs for
the beautiful lyrics from the pen of the
Glen MacDonough. And it is to the cred
it of Julian Mitchell, that he cleverly
staged the little army of entertame'rs
who make up the story. Seals are on
good health, with its blessings, must un
derstand, quite dearly, that it involves the
question of right living -with all the term
implies. With proper knowledge of what
is best, each hour of recreation, of enjoy
ment, of contemplation and of effort may
be made to contribute to living aright.
Then the use of medicines may be dis
pensed with to advantage, but under or
dinary conditions in many instances a
simple, wholesome remedy may be invalu
able if taken at the proper time, and the
California Fig Syrup Co. holds that it is
alike important to present the subject
truthfully and to supply the one perfect
laxative to those desiring it.
Consequently, the Company's Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna gives general
satisfaction. To get its beneficial effects
buy the genuine, manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale
by all leading druggists.
108 Mesa Ave.
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! sale at the Crawford.
1.00 and $1-50.
"THE GREAT DIVIDE."
"The Great Divide," Henry Miller's
great New York success, was seen in
El Paso for the first time this after
noon and a large matinee audience
seemed to thoroughlyujoy th perform
ance. Tonight the same bill will be
repeated. Seats are on sale at the Craw
ford. CRAWFORD THEATER. ,
Starting Sunday matinee, the "farce
comedy, "The Honeymoon." will be the
new offering by the Xorih Bros', stock
company for the coming week. The play
is the first farce comedy this company
has attempted and Mr. Sabine and Miss
Cirilen will be seen In the leading roles.
SPECIAL MATIXEE OF "TOYLAXD."
On account of the great demand for
seats, manager Rich.' has arranged for
a special matinee of the blgfmusical ex
travaganza, "Babes in Toyland." Mon
day afternoon. The matinee will be
held till 3:15 to' give all teachers .and
school children an opportunity to see
this big musical comedy. Spec'al pr'ces
to the children of 25 and 50 cents have
CHAS. B. HAXFORD.
"The American1 Lord" is one "of the
brightest, most wholesome of the sfage
offerings in recent years., and the ex
cellent company -will give it the rendi
tion it deserves, no doubt. The part
of John Breuster Is in the hands ot
Charles B. ixanford, one of the strong
est actors on the American stage, and
in it he is said to have found one of the
most sympathetic roles of his artistic
career. The Irish widow of the piece
is Miss Marie Drofnah, a charming and
accomplished actress who has been Mr.
Hanford's leading woman in Shak
sperean parts for several years. The
supporting company has been carefully
chosen and includes a number of play
ers who have successfully appeared
-with Mr. Hanford In the past. The
production will be both elaborate and
complete. Seats are now on sale at the
U. S. GRANT AND .
ROBT. E. LEE MEET
Bisbee Surgeon Treats Them
Both Thev Are Aimers ,
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 8. Dr. Bridge, sur
geon for the Copper Queen hospital, has
had the special honor to witness a meet
ing of U. S. Grant and Robert E. Lee,
and more than that to lend his services
for their medical treatment. The men
in question wer.e two Bisbee miners suf
fering with slight injuries.
Alex Laurenas, a miner, was 1 rought
to the Copper Queen hospital in a very
serious condition. Laurenas while coup
ling two cars full of ore in the Spray
mine had his head caught between them.
The cold weather increasing in intens
ity has broken more pipes, and yester
day water ran In many streets of this
city. Several citizens have sustained
slight injuries falling in places where
the W2ter was frozen.
Interest for the wrestling game be
tween Hazard, of Courtland and Ander
son of Bisbee, which will take place naxt
Wednesday In this city, is increasing.
Hazard promises that he will throw his
opponent twice during one hour Ander
son will go on the mat at 133 pounds
and Hazard at 180 pounds.
Frank Hayness hosresigned as a mem
ber of the city council, having left the
ward for which he was elected.
XOTED GEOLOGIST IS
VISITING IX EL, PASO.
Ztfade First Report on the Transpecos
Country- in 1SS9 and Has Inspected
Russian Gold Region.
Professor TV. H. R. Von Steeruwitz,
consulting engineer, metalurgist and
chemist, of Houston, Tex., is in the city.
The professor is an eminent geologist,
of world wide reputation and was on
the Texas state geological survey, mak
ing the first report on the transpecos
country in 1SS9, having been in the field
about four years. The object of his ex
amination was particularly directed to
a search 'for ores, minerals, oils, coals,
clays and other materials of commer
cial value and to investigating the geo
logical formation and topography and
of the probability of obtaining artesian
-water and irrigating from streams,
tanks' and veils in the country. ,
His" report showed that the transpecos
country is one of the richest mineral
fields" in the southwest, containing sil
ver gold, copper, lead and zinc,,and tur
quois and opals as well as other non--metalic
minerals of economic value.
Subsequently he spent several years in
examining the gold regions of Russia
and Siberia and the Ural mountains.
HELD TO GRAND JURY
ON BURGLARY CHARGES
Albert S.'McGary. charged with burg
larizing a room in the Berkeley room
ing house, occupied by H. M. Porter,
was given a preliminary hearing before
justice "Watson Friday afternoon and
bound over to the grand jury in the
sum of $500.
Juan Martinez, charged with attempt
Mng to burglarize the second hand store
at 02 South El Paso street last Wed
nesday night, was also tried and bound
over to the grand jury in a similar
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educed Prices Still Further Rediced On Silks and
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Novcltv Suinngs. remaining pieces of those formerly- sold
' for $100 to $1.25 a yard, are placed in one grand lot for
the last trvo days of the January Clearance Sale at a
yard 67c .
Zklanufacturers' samples of the famous
"Cmyx" brand. Plain and fancy cot
ton, plain and fancy lisle, in -black and
colors. Values in this lot are 35c, 40c
and 50c. Specialh priced for fhe last
two davs of the Januarv Clearance Sale
at ...:. f 16c
Women's Gloved 37c
Extra quality fabric Gloves, in the suede
finish, lined, two cla$p style, in black
and colors. Regular 65c styles. Spe
cially priced for the last two days of the
Januarv Clearance Sale 37c
Always an item of inter
est to housewives, and
these two specials for
the last two days of the
January Clearance Sale
will be doubly interest
ing, because of the un
usual pricings. a
68 inch Mercerized Table Damask,
full bleached, handsome designs,
65c value, a yard 38c
20x20 inch Xapkins of the same
quality, regular $flL35 values, a
doen 1 97c
72 inch all linen, silver bleached,
extra heavy Table Damask, $1.25
value, a yard 95c
20x20 All Linen Xapkins, extra
good quality, $2.00 value, a
All broken lines of Children's and Misses'
Fleeced Cotton, Bibbed Vest3 and Pants,
in natural gray and white, are put on a
special table. These are slightly soiled
garments, worth in a regular way up to
40c For the last two days of f-fche Jan
uary Clearance Sale, a garment 22c
Sfaeeis and Pillow Cases
On Sale in the Basement
72x90 Seamless Sheets, regular GOc A Q
value; each 45C
81x90 Seamless Sheets, regular C5c E $.-
value; each OttC
03x90 Pepperell Sheets, regularly sold tZA n
65c; Clearance Sale price, each OttC
72x90 Pepperell Sheets, regularly sold Q
70c; Clearance Sale price, each. OJC
81x90 Pepperell Sheets, regularly sold J
75c; Clearance Sale price, each ". --
90x90 Pepperell Sheets, regularly sold 75.
80c; Clearance Sale price, each JC
42x36 Pillow Cases, each 9c
45x36 Pillow Cases, each 9c
45x36 Pepperell Pillow Cases, regularly 1 C
sold 20; Clearance' Sale price, each IDC
18x36 Cotton Huck Towels, 12 l-2c Qor
value; Clearance Sale price, each OvC
Full size Crochet Bed Spreads, AQ'v
$1.25 value, each tOC
finale a fitting end of one
of this sale. Broken
object ot this sale is all
' winter goods. But two d.ays, Monday and l uesaay, can uicsc c-iinuiio
be1 shared a fact, that prudent buyers will turn to their profit by thronging
here. You'll attend, of course. Such savings are too rare to be missed.
tfor, rm ntifl Wflfst SHks
neat 'designs and all colors including $1.25 and ,$1.50 val
ues, specially priced for t?he last two days of the January
Clearance Sale, a yard G9c.
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Stocks Must Be Cleared Before Inventory
MOST sensational is the pricemaking in the Suit Section for the
4final days of the January Clearance Sale. Inventory, time is
near and we are 'determined to reduce the number of garments to he
11 taken up" to the minimum. The materials alone would cost you
more than we ask for the garments ready to put on. We include in
this line all the suits remaining of the recent special purchase re
ceived last week.
Tailor made Coat
Suits in absolute
ly correct stives
and good materi
als. , Regular val
ues up to $27.50.
Priced in the last
two days of the
ance Sale for
Coat Suits in
weights and col
for spring wear.
.up to $32.50.
Triced in the last
two days of the
ance sale for
EVEN LESS THAN HALF
Is the Way W Price Women's Coats
"What woman who needs a coat can resist these wonderfully attrac
tive prices. Consider well your needs the money that you can save
the character of these garments. Can yoji afford to let this oppor
tunity pass by unnoticed?
The coats thus priced are in the new long fitted and semrritted
styles, strictly tailor made .
$18.50 Tailor Made Long Coats $9.65.
$29.50 Tailor Made Long Coats $14.65.
$39.50 Tailor Made Long Coats $19.65.
Prices formerly advertised on Skirts and Waists will remain In effect the last two days of the
January Clearance Sale.
THE NEXT EVENT OUR
Final Clearance Prices On Shoes
Men's fine Dress Shoes, the remaining pairs of the Florsheim d0 gQ
.i. essn t.a sr nn cfvlps in nil leathers, a. Tjair izJ !
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Odds and ends of Women's Shoes, the
bpsf. of -the seasons styles m all
leathers. . Our special
$3.00 shoes, at, a pair..
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; Mornents are one
WS time flies
? events. Stocks
re-grouped and repriced for the' final two days
lines are reduced to absurdly low prices, for the
tne name impnes, vjz.. nu avo -
in taffeta and messaline,
High class Coat
Suits of most de
sired cloths and
colors. Cor rect
styles, in values
. to $49.50, special
ly priced in the
last two days of
ANNUAL WHiTS SAi.
Special lot of Misses $2.00 Shoes in
all leathers, for dress or school wear,
specially priced for Mon- J f gQ
dayand Tuesday, a pair V J. 2
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the climax of
Twill be a grand
of the most extra-
have been thor
Imported Wool Challies in handsome designs and colors
for house garments. Regular 75c values (displayed in
window) are -priced for the last two days of the January
Clearance Sale, a yard 49c.
.Girls' $6.00 Cloaks
For Monday and 'Tuesday we offer:
Choice of all Girls' Cloaks in the best
of tne season's styles, in the '1 to 14
year sizes, worth up to $6.00, for. .2.48
$8.00 Cloaks $3.48
Choice of all Girls' Cloaks, the newest
and 'most desirable styles, for, 2 to 14
years, and worth up to $8.00, for.. .$3.48
Infants' Silk, Velvet, Plush, andi Knit
Caps, white and all colors, regularly
worth up to 75c, each 39c
Monday and Tuesday
A fourth off the regular
price makes the buying
of Boys' Suits and Over
coats an easy matter.
For Monday and Tues
day, the last two days
of "the January Clear
ance Sale, we offer all
our "Ivan Frank " Suits
and Overcoats and Beef
BOYS' SWEATERS Coat style,
with two pockets. For boys of o
to 14- years. 65c values 39c
Everything in boys' wear reduced.
Three grandJots of Dress Trimmings are
offered for the last two days of the
January 4 Clearance Sale at seemingly
impossible prices. The lots consist of
fancy silk braids. Persian bands, net
bands, tinsel bands, et. including the
best and most desired styles of the sea
son. Special lot, values to 30c, a yard... 5c
Special lot, values to $1.00. a yard. .18c
Special lot, values to $2.25, a yard. .49c
Grand Clean Up
Sale of Remnants
A special feature for the closing
days of ihe January Clearance Sale
will he Eenrnants of Silks and
Woolens, at prices that scarcely
represent half ths real worth.
Prices have been1 revised on all,
placing them 'at an xrnheard of
point of lowness.
And Even. Less