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3L PASO HEUALD
Saturday, January 4, 1913
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New Spring Hats
Gates and Ksk models of Tailored
Hate are ready for inspection A
"A Sale Without Precedent For Its Great Money Saving Opportunities"
Spring Dress Materials
Are peeping from the shelves
Shepherd Plaids, Tissues, Serge3,
etc., in a full line of colors.
Girls' Gingham Dresses
Worth to $L25 7Q
Monday t.e C
Beautifully trimmed gingham and
percale dresses, in light or dark
colors sizes up to 14.
When Assortments aye broken When the new Spring Stocks are Begging to be displayed Now this is the Time for Sinai Clearance the
time, to ignore costs and sell goods You women of El Paso or elsewhere whoread the Items quoted here, will at once recognize the Im
portance of this sale the tremendous savings offered, and be here early Monday morning!
EVERY PIECE OF MERCHANDISE IN THE STORE MARKED DOWN TO COST AND LESS!
Boys' Gingham Kompera
Worth regularly 40c,
Romper suits, excellently made of
fast color checked gingham in
colors to please.
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Final Clearance of Women's Ready-to-Wear !
Every Suit, Coat, Dress, Fur, Hat and Negligee Garment has been marked down for final clearance to less than
Womens' Evening Costumes, Worth to $175.
Reduced to . : . . .
This is, without doubt, the greatest value presented this season! The exquisite draping of these exclusive
"Calisher" models surpasses anything ever shown in EI Paso heretofore,, the superb materials, Charmeuse, Chif
fon, Crepe Meteor and Brocaded Satins, with tunics and overdrapes of antique metal laces. Bugle and Silk ap
plique and trimmings of rare beauty, present an ensemble of exquisite beauty and now you may take your choice
of the entire gathering at $45.00
AH Evening Coats and Wraps at. Just Half Price!
Final Clearance of Trimmed Hats !
Every hat in the store has been gathered for the final shearing the prices
have withered to almost nothing.
All Trimmed Hats That Were Regularly Marked at d1 A A
Jp to $10.00, Reduced to $1.1111
Take your choice of the entire lot You'll find a shape and color to suit
you and you save enough to pay for a new spring hat!
All Pattern Hats Up to $35.00, Reduced to .' . .
Take your choice of all these beautiful hats that you have
pa often admired at less than the cost of the imported Ostrich and Metal
All Children's Hats Up to $2.00, Now at .... 49c
Here!s'a-sensation for the children a superb gathering of really charming
hats in all desired colors. N
ALL OSTRICH PLUMES AT HALF REGULAR PRICES!
All Furs Reduced to Just Half Price
SEW SILK TISSUE SHIRTS
Just in Natty styles, in stripes, light 1 OK
or dark colors, -with Patch Pockets.... l&v
CHHffiiEN'S COATS REDUCED F O R FINAL CLEARANCE !
Children's Fancy Coats In red, blue, grey, eta, -with
pretty m-aid trimmings, wor.lh to $4.00, A -f AQ
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Bearskin and Wool Coats -Worth to $7.50, (f ffj Q E
reduced to t)fd
2k. splendid gathering of nobby styles in colors and white.
Misses Checked Norfolks and Blazer Coats Reduced to d a a t
Regularly -worth $7.50 Come in-desired colors all sizes. Pt,'0
All Boys Suits & Hats at Half
Take your choice of any suit in the store any hat in the store,
no matter what price It's yours for just half what it is
marked! Suits are regularly marked at $2.50 up to $9.00
Hats are marked at from $1.00 to $2.50 Now the Price is
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Final Clearance of Womens' Tailored Suits !
Large Womeb, Worth to $27.50
This is an extra special value for women who wear suits measuring from 40 to 46 inches in the bust The col
ors, too, are just what large women want Black, Blue and Brown in plain tailored models, excellently made
and richly lined This is indeed a splendid opportunity for a big saving but make your selection early!
Womens' Tailored Suits, Worth to $22.50, Q Q
Here's perhaps a dozen or more handsome models to choose from, in dark or medium colors, m plain or mixed
materials, about 30 suits in all, where there are but 1 and 2 of a kind You might close your eyes and make a
selection and you'd be delighted with your bargain!
Womens' Suils, Regularly Priced
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were designed exclusively for Calisherc Some plain tailored, others richly and profusely trimmed Come in and
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AH Womens' Saits at $55 ard Up at Just Half Price !
FREE DEMONSTRATION MONDAY!
(And All Week)
EUROPEAN FACIAL PREPARATIONS
Mme. Scossa will demonstrate her wonderful
LA FRANCE ROUGE'
and PARISIAN FACE POWDER
Mme. Scossa will personally demonstrate facial mas
sage, and explain the peculiar merits of her prepara
tions, so well and favorably known the length of the
coast, and invites El Paso's womenfolk to take ad
vantage of this free demonstration. (Mezzanine Floor)
(All preparations guaranteed under Pure ' 3?&od &
Drug act.) ' '
AT HALF PRICE!
All Boys' Pants, ages
6 to 17 years, regu
larly marked at 85c
to $2.50, are now on
sale at Just Half
Final Clearance On In
All Infants' Underwear, in "Ku
bens" and other grades, Hands,
Wrappers, etc. at 20 Percent Off
Infants' Sacques crocheted in white
with colors regular f
Infants" Crochet Goods at 1-4 Off!
Final Clearance On Kid Gloves !
$1.25 "Coloma" 2 Clasp
Gloves all shades, QJ?
16 But. ?Eskay" Kid Gloves,
black or white, regularly
worth ' n ap
$2.00 "Monarch" 2 Clasp
Gloves, all d -j rQ
shades, at . .. VOS7
Mended Gloves, in all shades
and styles, at Just Half
Final Clearance of Dress
AH Silks and Dress Goods enter into this sale at most sweeping re
ductions The Last Bargain Call.
50 in. Storm Serges, navy, black and white, worth ?1.00, at 69c
$1.25 and $1.50 Dress Goods, all desired shades, now at 85c
50c and 75c Dress Goods, in all wanted colors, now at 39c
$1.75 Dress Goods, in full line of colors, now at -$1.39
$1.00 Cheney Bros. Kimono Silk, 36 in. wide, now at 65c -
$L25 French Messalines, 36 in. wide, all colors, now ...89c
$L25 Novelty Dress SDks, aplendid selection, now 79c
$L50 Novelty Dress Silks, in beautiful effects, now 88c
$1.50 Velvet Taffetas, in all colors, 36 in. wide, now $1.19
?2.00 Charmeuse Silks, all colors, 42 in. wide, now $1.48
75c Shadow Stripe Crepes all colors, 27 in. wide, now 29c
L25 Black Taffeta, 36 in. wide, extra special at 59c
2.00 Black Crystal Cords, 36 in. wide, special at $1.39
?L50 Crystal Cords, all colors', 36 in. wide, special at 93c
50c Silk Stripe Cotton Charmeuse, all colors, special at 33c
15 and 18c Imp't'd Madras Shirtings, extra special at 11c
Bath Robing,' assorted colors, 27 inches
38 inch Wool Eiderdown, worth 50c, all colors,
72 inch German Bleached Damask, worth $1.50,
66 isch Bleached Table Damask, worth 65c,
Hemstitched Lunch Cloths, worth $1.50,
each j. -...
All Damask Table Sets at 25 Percent Off!
Extra Size Turkish Bath Towels, worth 50c,
All Down Filled Comforts at 1-4 Off the Price!
All Wool and Cotton Blankets Reduced to Cost!
JEWELRY NOVELTIES ALL MARKED
Bar Pins, Beauty Pins, Belt Pins,
Brooches, Collar Supports, etc, eta,
worth up to 50c - q,
BRILLIANT -AND RHINESTONE HAIR
BANDS, 1-4 OFF!
NOVELTY JEWELRY 1-2 PRICE J
ALL ART GOODS REDUCED BELOW
Stamped, Stenciled and Tinted eyp
Pillow Tops feidC
Worth reguiaily 35c
50c Stamped Rambler Rose Pillow Tops
anu iscans, in loose weave
75c Pillow Tops
Finished Pieces in Pillows, Center Pieces
ana scans at 1-2 Price!
Final Clearance on Rugs & Draperi
All Real Oriental Rue;s Reduced From 15 to
Per Cent Off Former Prices!
To those who appreciate the beautiful in Rugs this is an oppor
tunity not to be lightly passed over for Oriental Rugs are a
staple luxury of more than ordinary worth, that grow ever more
beautiful with .ager-ond never wear out!
, SHADES MADE TO MEASURE AT REDUCED PRICES!
As we desire to close out this department, and still have a large
quantity of material in stock, we will, for a limited time, make
shades to measure at ACTUAL COST PRICE!
BED SPRINGS REDUCED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE!
$4.50 National Style Springs, . $25.00 Box Springs,
. Priced to close, at $3.50 Priced to close, at . . .$16.95
$7:50 Hellical Woven Wire Springs, Band Supports, at $55
1 1-2 in. Heavy Polished Brass Curtain Pole Rings, each 2c
$9.00 Storage, Box, Matting $12.50 Storage Box, Matting
.. coyered, reed bound, at. .$6.00 covered, reed bound, at. .$9.50
$22.50 Cedar Chest at. . . .$16.50 $35.00 Cedar Chest at . . . .$27.50
ALL DRAPERDZS & COUCH COVERS REDUCED TO COST!
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All Eiderdown Bath and Lounging Robes at
1-4 Off the Price!
Emb'd Linene U aists. with laundered collar, and white or black emb'd mar
quisette waists, worth $1.25, reduced . " Q C
Ice Wcol Shawls
worth up to
Final Clearance On All Umbrellas!
Women's fine Gloria covered, Paragon frame Um-
I brellas, with natural staff and mission handles.
regularly worth to $1.50,
Men's and Women's Paragon Frame
Regularly marked 75c r-natural ; curved ' or staff
'All Silk Umbrellas af r-4 Off the Price!
Final Clearance on
Skirts-Less Than Half!
AH Skirts Regularly sold up to $6.00 at $2.50
All Skirts Regularly sold up to $7.50 at $3,50
35c VEILINGS, all shades, now. . 19c All Skirts Regularly sold ud to SI 5.00 at $6.50
DRESS TRIMMINGS AT 1-3 OFF
ALL OVER LACES AT
SILK BRAIDS AT
ALL CHIFFON & NET ROBES, in
Bugle & Embroidery trimming
ARE REDUCED, ONE THIRD!
25c MALINES, in all colors, now 14c
Final'Clearance of Notions!
2 l-2e Kolls Tape, 3 rolte for 5c
5c Pieee Braid, 3 pieces for 10c
5c Asbestos Iron Holders, 3 jfor 10c
5c card Pearl Buttons, 3 for 10c
5c card Gilt Pins, 3 for 10c
5e Cube Pins, black or white, 3 for. ......10c
5c box Hair Pins, 3 for 10c
5c Shoe Laces, black or tan, 3 for 10c
5c" card Hooks & Eyes, 3 for 10c
5c Safety Pins, 3 papers for 10c
10c card Pearl Buttons, 2 ior 15c
10c card Shell Hair Pins, 2 for . .-15c
10c box Wire, Hair Pins, 2 for 15c
10c Hose. Supporters, 2 pajr for 15c
25c Nickeled Shears, pair 19c
15c piece Embroidery Edging lie
Final Clearance of Toilet Goods!
55c Jar Pure Vaseline, for "... . 19c
50c Riker's Toilet Waters, for 38c
75e Idalia Toilet Waters for 3Sc
Osborn's 6 cz. Bottle P-croxygcn 8c
Premo Glyceriw Soap, box 3 cakes 8c
Riker's Dental Cream, tube lie
Riker's Cream of Hoses, a pure skin and
face powder, 25c size 19c
Riker's Septone Shampoo Xiquid. . . .- 19c
Yamato Unitary INapkins, pkg..: 19c
v Pure Linn Emliroitter'ed .apd lace edge
. ..-Handkerchiefs, -worth 1 25c each,
3 FOR 50c
NOVELTY NECKWEAR 1-2 PRICE!
75c .Gift Box Stationery for ...48c
Watch For The Great White Fair!
Commencing Wednesday, January 15th'
She Sale That All Women Look Forward To!
The White Goods event of the year, and this year will' eclipse all
previous efforts in value giving Wait for the Great White Fair!
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TOYAH BA2S" CH IS
ABOUT TO BE SOLD
Mrs. Kate Kendall and her two, sons,
TV. E. Tinnin and J. O. Tmnln, are ne
gotiating for the sale of their ranch at
Toyah. There are 70 sections in the
GAI I STONES HOME REM.
ALL PAIN in Pit of StoL1
1 ranch, and. when the deal is closed they
will pronaoiy move id me r.i .faso val
ley to locate permanently. There are no
cattle on the ranch at this time
The Pitman Cattle company on Fri
day sold to Peters Bros., of Kansas
City, Mo., 156 head of bulls and stags,
whiclKare being shipped to the Kansas
MEXICAN KXPORTS AJfD
IMPORTS FOR TWO YEARS
The Mexican Central Railroad corn
er Right Side, or Back-! Ran? has furnished Tony Escontrias.
ment of Mexican exports for the year
1912, which, according to the figures,
totaled 60,847,674.28 pesos in imports,
andll4,29G,044.10 pesos in exports. For
1911 the Mexican imports were 58.237,
032 51 pesos and the exports 89,657,-195.64.
ache, under Shoulder Blades: Stomach
Trouble. Indigestion, Sick Headache,
Biliousness, Colic, Jaundice, Gas. Nerv
ous Weakness. Constipation Blues,
Catarrh. These are all common symp
toms of Gall Troubles. Send for copy
righted Medical Boole on Llv- S?j3,
er. Stomach and Gall Troubles " - -
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Dearborn St, Chlcaso, Adv. Good cleaning, moderate prices. Wright.
IIIPPODR03IE SKATIXG RINK.
The daring, dangerous leap -for life
will be seen tonight at 9 oclock. It
is the most daring trick on skates. Dare
Devil Whiting's lightning descent will
be made down an 18 inch wide chute,
then over 35 feet of space through fire
to the receiving platform. There will
be no extra charge. Adv.
OPKXES'G OF GLASS PLAYERS.
The Glass Stock company, announced
to open at the Crawford Monday night,
Jan. 6, has deferred Its opening date
to Thursday, Jan. 9 and its initial of
fering will be "The Lion and the
Mouse." The Taj lor Stock company
concludes at the Crawford theater to
morrow night, and the intervening time
will be devoted to renovating the play
iiouse The early interest shown In the Glass
Snil!.''?185 unusually large WIDE VARIETY OF THINGS
TtlO Tn frt T?nrm
TirvSne3 efrly reservation of seats at
aryeaho 2324 " the Ucket
1 month, it was stated, is the Drovislon .
ARRI1 E IN PARCELS POST , placing water for irrigation purposes I
Golfstlcks. a scruDDing mop, a nrie.
six dozen Kansas eggs, dresses and
. - . T-inTiiimrrn
BURNING GREASE CAUSES ALARM
:fnl?nlS!"S An ven ' at the-res-
j suits are being shipped by parcels post j it Is in effect
through the El Paso postofficc. t states In the u
idence, 502 South Kansas atrof rT-nV,,
Central n-n nmr.nn -. n
nodCakm SatU- oir. Th'ere was
Ue Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Phone 1 for automobile. LongwelL
Ladies' garments cleaned. "Wright.
N. V. Braley, a carpenter in El Paso
-a gone to Tombstone
Tho ot-irs arrived from Kansas Frldav
in good condition and were delivered
to the addresses at a price which was
lower than the market price even when
the 70 cents postage was added. The
golf sticks were shipped by one golf
enthusiast in Bisbee to another in El
Paso; the mop was a New Year's re
membrance from some husband to his
domestic wife, and the rifle was not for
under the control of a stat" I oard. This
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in all other Irrigation
covers 59 typewritten pages. He stated
"that it was now in the hands of the
printers and that copies of It would 03 1
sent to all legislators from the and
districts of the state.
PLXS STATE CONTROL
OF IRRIGATION WATER I
The central feature in the irrigation j
bill prepared bv R. F Burges. whim '
nnnrt rl, .mrTTT ... """ or pi r; a o mm oeiore me
.xifa, luuucraie prices, bright, i legislatuie whtn it convenes
$5.00 Sweater Coats for $2.'45
THE BOB MOORE CO.'S
End of Season C!ean-Up.
this i rTTmnf'aSrfiifir'nr-TgagaB
Our Pure, Satin Finis,
Assorted Stick Candy
. 15c lb.
"FOLLOW THE CROWD."
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THE STORE BEAUTIFIU