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35c H03E 2&c
.All regular 35c hose, in eotton, lisle
cotton and mercerized cotton, black,
tan asd" white, is a Clean Sweep Spe
cial, for Monday only, at, OQ
per pair tU
2.95 SWEATER COATDS $1.85
Medium weight, stricily all-wool
sweater easts, plain and fancy knit,
double breasted, with either high oi
rail collar,, two poekets and pearl but
tons. Colors are tan, brown, gray,
black, white, red and navy. These
are our regular $250, $2.75 and ?2.95
sweater coats; Clean Sweep Special
Monday, d"B OC
$4.00 SEAL HAND BAGS $2.45
A limited quantity of real seal hand
bags, in black only, have leather
trimmed freae aBd are leather lined,
fitted with coin purse, regular $4.00
bags; Clean Sweep Special Monday,
as long as they !JO A C
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Senc is Ybnr Afa Orders
MEN'S 35c HANDKERCHIEFS 26c
Men's full size, pure linen handker
chiefs, regular 35c grade; Of?
Extra Special Monday only. ,OC
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$20 SILK UMBRELLAS $1.50
Taffeta silk umbrellas, fine quality,
'rictly all-silk, with neat Mission
ndles in various styles, our regular
-'.50 silk umbrellas; Clean Sweep
-xtra Special, Monday
CHILDREN'S NOTE PAPER
Dainty note paper for the little folks
(Hnrds) with envelopes to match,
fie regular price is 50c a box; spe
cial Monday only Qfir
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NEW ERENCH BORDERED STA
TIONERY ffreaeb. bordered stationery (Hurd?s)
with envelopes to match, this is one
of the latest fads hi stationery, sells
regularly for ?1.2o a box?
special Monday only for. .
IN announcing the final week (sale closes next Saturday) we bring to your attention an
array of values such as was never before offered in El Paso at one time. You are aware
that the early date at which Easter comes necessitates the advancing of Spring business to
a great degree. Already, Spring merchandise is piled high in the Receiving Department
awaiting room which must be made by the clearance of items noted below.
50c' DERMA VTVAi29c
To further introduce Derma Viva,
the marvelous Liquid Face Powder,
we offer regular 56c bottles, nn
Monday only, for .... 2?C
SiOJOO SERGE DRES&ES $4.35
Stylish serge dresses, in tan, navy
and Copenhagen, all sizes for misses
and women. They are made with
striped collar finished with lace ja
bot; pipisg around waist and cuffs
to match collar. Our regular $10.00
jjarmeats; Clean Sweep &A QP
Special .i Jt:.JD
Final Clean Sweep
Stylish skirts, high girdle effects, in
serges, whipcords and fancy mate
rials, in fjcays, tans, browns, navy
and bleak. Priced for second week
of Clean Swep Sale as follows t
5-L95 values; Clean SJ OQ
Sweep Price ., &O.OZ7
$6.75 values; Clean. (jA OA
$20.00 Skirts $6.59
All wool dresses are now marked at Final Clean Sweep prices. Tai
lored and trimmed models, in serge, whipcord, Bedford cord, diago
nals, ratine, eponge, corduroy and fancy woolens. Sizes for women,
misses and juniors.
iWcol Dresses, values to $7.95;
Final Clean Sweep' Price
Wool Dresses, values to $10.00;
Final Clean Sweep Price
Wool Dresses, values to $20.00;
Final Clean Sweep Price
Wool Dresses, values to $29.50;
Final Clean Sweep Price
Wool Dresses, values to $39.50;
Final Clean Sweep Price
We emphasize that all reductions are just as listed.
A feature of Clean Sweep Sale are two Extra Specials in silk dresses.
These are, we believe, the greatest values ever given in stylish silk
dresses. Both street and afternoon dresses arc offered in charmeuse,
brocaded chaijneuse, crepe meteor and faille. Colors are grays, taupe,
navy, black, Copenhagen, gold, amethyst, wisteria and brown.
Special No. 1 Special No. 2
Silk dresses, values to $37.50, at Silk Dresses, values to $67.50, at
Final Clean Sweep
Values in Coats
' $7.95 COATS $3.95
Black cloth coats, with collar -and cuffs of
velvet and sealette. Also, chinchilla , and
fancy mixture coats, in gray, tan, navy and
brown. Semi-belted backs and loose effects.
In this lot are also included some Blazer
coats in plain red and brown and red checks.
Values to $7.95; t "fi (TW
' $12.50 COATS $4.95
Seven-eighths and full length coats, in
chinchilla, diagonals and fancy mixtures.
Colors grays, tans, browns and navy. Some
of these coats have contrasting color collar
and cuffs; others velvet collar and cuffs.
Values to $12.50;
Final Clean Sweep
$19.50 COATS $8.95
We include in this lot new coats that have
just arrived. They are full length and
seven-eighths styles, in zebclines, boucles,
polo cloth, diagonals, chinchilla and fancy
mixtures. Colors are black, navy, grays,
tans, browns and red. Velvet and cloth
collars. Values to $19.50; if r txs
Final Clean Sweep mfoc tI
r -mt w
$10 and $15
OR next week we have grouped all remaining Winter suits in
two bkr lots one at Sioioo and the other at $15.00. These are
high grade suits the latest Winter styles. They come in serges,
whipcords, diagonals, storm serge, corduroys and novelties. Colors
black, brown, navy, purple, light and dark gray and white. You
should not fail to take advantage of these final Clean Sweep reduc
tions on stylish suits of the "White House kind."
Lot No. 2
Lot No. 2
Suits in values to $32U0;
Suits in values to $50.00;
Bulk Perfumes that sell regularly
for 50e an ounee Italian Violet, Vio
let, White Heliotrope, lily of the
Valley, Now Mown" Hay, Virginia
Rose, Ideal Pink, Honeysuckle, Lotus
Flower and Wild Rose odors; Extra
Special Monday only, per
MESH BAGS HALF PRICE
All sterling silver and German silver
mesh bags will be on sale Monday at
exactly Half Price. The sterling bags
are priced regularly from $L95 to
$24.50; the German silver bags range
in priee from 50c to $17.50. Yen
have choiee Monday at HALF PRICE.
$1.50 KID GLOVES 75c
A Clean Sweep of all wrist length
kid gloves in odd shades, also broken
sixes in blacks and whites. There
are gloves in the lot worth as high
as $1.50 a pair; you have T g
choice Monday ... ...... OC
$1.50 WHITE KID GLOVES $1.15
"Meyers Make" white cheverett Md
walking gloves, wrist length with one
clasp, double stitch seams, our regu
lar $3-50 gloves; Clean. Sweep Spe
cial Monday, $Ji -J JJ
- $1.50 SATEEN PETTICOATS 95e
Serviceable sateen petticoats, differ
ent styles, some fancy, others plain.
Come in all colors, including black
and white, and axe regular $1-50 val
ues; Clean Sweep QJ?
TTigfr grade skirts, in serges, whip
cords, diagonals, striped, checked and
novelty laateriafe. Colors are browns,
blues, grays, black, and black and
white stripes and checks. Regular
values to $10.00; & gA
Oeaa Swieep Special tPO.Oa
$135 FLANNbLKyTK SHIRTS 95c
Medium weight gray flannelette
shirts, plam and striped, values up
to $L95; Clean Stweep QP
SjecM Miioday 270C
$250 GOTHAM SHIRTS $150
T3 famose "Gotham shirts, made
of wafeui aad Lorainc Scotch flan
nels, in light and dark colorings, reg
ular ?2.W and $250 values; Clean
Monday ........ .....
$230 SILVER NOVELTIES 95c
AH sorts of novelties, in silver, gun
metal and gilt, such: ' as perfume
bottles, powder book hoWera, vanity
powder pus's, coin holders, vanity
mirrors, etc, worth regularlv from
choice Monday . euC
AH outing pajamas are offered Mon
day at a reduction of ONE-FOURTH.
$3.50 LA VALLTERES $1.00
Oriental and fancy stone set la val-
beres, in enamel, oxidized and
sflver finish, values up to $3j50;
choice dj-j f
Long silk kimonos Empire and loose
styles in Japanese, Persian, floral
and Jacquard designs trimmed with
plain color silk.
Reg. $3.95 Silk Kimo-
$-L95 SiTk Kimo- 30 flQ
Clean Sweep P5'&i'
$6.75 Silk Kimo- & A flA
$15.00 SILK KIMONOS $6.89
Silk kimonos and negligees, in plain
colors and fancy designs, light and
medium dark shades, some trimmed
with lace, values to $15.00; Clean
Special ........ .-
Flannelette and challie kimonos, in
floral designs, in light and dark col
orings. Loose, belted and Empire
styles, with kimono and three-quarter
sleeves; trimmed with satin bands.
Attractive Clean Sweep reductions
for next week, as follows:
Regular $1.00 Flannelette and Crepe'
Kimonos; Clean wq
Sweep .... yC
Regular $L25 Flannelette and Challie
Kimonos; Clean CkQ
Regular, $1.50 Flannelette Kimonos;
Clean ( -I g e
Sweep -.. Jl.iy
Regular $1.75 and
' a m M f
ts at $25.0
BIG item in our niiial Spring display next voee is Wooltex suits at $25.00.
Of course, we show many other suits, but the Wooltex suit for the Spring
season at $25.00 is a marvel of tailoring. In addition to the $25.00 line, higher,
priced suits will be shown that represent the very best styles of the new season. '
Spring Displays Throughout the Store
In addition to suits, the new Spring coats are shown in variety. The Waist Sec
tion comes forward with lines practically complete, several of which are included
at Clean Sweep prices to add interest to the final week of sale. In accessories
practically everything is represented. As usual, "The While House" is first to
show all the correct new things.
All Furs at Half Price
All remaining furs will be offered next week at just Half Price. This
embraces seta and separate pieces in bl&ek lynx, black fox, black cooney,
mole, squirrel, red fox and white fox. There is no reserve. You have
choice next week of all furs in stock at just exactly HALF PRICE.
NOTE. All White House furs are fully guaranteed.
Two attractive specials
Monday in short petticoats, made of
good quality outing, with hemstitched
or scalloped flounce. ,
Regular 50c Outing Petticoats; Clean
Regular 75c Outing Petticoats, Clean
Newest Spring Creations
mii.,i,m.ii,. nj.uimnjl'tl.i 1'j'j.ii ii ftlr
Incomparable Displays of
New Spring Millinery
OE have no hesitancy in saying thai our advance
showing in millinery for next week is far greater
than all other millinery displays that will be made m El
Paso. Not only is the display larger but the styles are
more beautiful and exclusive and the prices lower. The
foremost hat makers in America have contributed to this
display, and whether a new hat is an immediate need or
one to be supplied at a later date be sure and see this
Last Call on Millinery
Final Clearance Must Be Made Next Week
The last word has been said on millinery. We have as
sembled practically every hat in stock,
and offer von choice at the nominal
Untrimmed shapes of every description
for the final week of sale go
'Thq Store of Service
PUN i HDE
Arcade to Run Through
From Texas to San
1 Paso's first arcade building will
be erected on San Antonio and Texas
itreets. if tae plans approved by Mrs.
tfary C. Hills and her daughter, Mrs.
Dudley Waters, are carried out. Mrs.
Hills and her'daughter own the build
ing and ground adjoining the Rio
Brande valley bank annex on Texas,
rtending west 19 feet on Texas, and
having a frontaige of 12 feet on San
&.ntonio street, being 100 feet deep.
while Mr. and Mrs. Waters were
ere, it was decided to erect a modern
building on tms prround, which has a
otrJ xr. r as ur -. r,r c,i '10,000 square
-et. Ttto r-s axe bona consider 3.
me Is tj rr T - f o bu'ldinsr a moCern
office building, with mercantile stores
on the first floor, facing the two streets.
The other is to have the building erect
ed in the form of an arcade, with
store fronts lining the arcade on each
side, and entrances on both streets, so
that the people could walk through
from one street to another, stopping at
wnatever snop or store tney wished
The upper stories would bo arranged
as offices, unless the entire building
was leased for one store.
The building is being planned for six
stories and will cost from $200,000 to
$300,000. depending upon the style of
building. This will be arranged to suit
the tenant who leases the building, and
it is for this reason that a .definite de
cision has not yet been reached. It will
be called the Hills building and will be
of concrete or steel construction.
The statement that the building is to
be erected at the junction of San An
tonio and Texas streets was an error;
that property is owned by Walter Ear
hart. Flans $20,000 Residence.
In order to receive some return on
Its investment the Central Investment
company Is planning to erect a two
story brick residence building on thp
north'ast corner or Myrtle avenue and
Stanton trrpts to rost about $15 000
nr t:oono Th bufMintr is to Tv- "fx4'
feci This property has been, vacant
ever since the old one story shacks,
which stood there for years, were
burned or torn down.
A contract for the erection of a six
room residence to be erected in Grand
View will be let Monday by F. J.
Jones. Plans have been prepared by
O. H. Thorman & Co.
"Work Starts on Bungalow.
Work has started on a five room
bungalow for W. G. Walz, jr., at the
corner of El Paso and River streets. It
2.0 IU UUbl fdOVU.
Mrs. W. J. Buio has sold to W. L.
Meyers, a five room pebble dashed
residence at the corner of Cotton and
Kentucky avenues, in Highland Park,
C. H. Leavell has sold I. H. Ferguson,
four lots on Elm street in Manhattan
Heights, to be used for building pur
poses. The purchase price was $2000.
Home Nearly Finished.
, ?? home of Geo. W. Cameron in the
1900 block on Boulevard, will be ready
for occupancy Feb. 1. The two story
house adjoining will be ready in 30
days and the six room brick bungalow
on the other side will be finished in 60
days. I M Burkhead's home, across
frrtm the ltfi TJIo csi.nAi rn.ii .
completed m tfr-co wcU Brick work
on th. home of t'h.i" H I.s. ntr "no
H.vcra street I as Dcrn fn'sh L V, rk
has started. s tt a$w six room
bungalow for H. M. Schneider In the
2300 block on Myrtle avenue. The
Mayfield-Doak apartments on the cor
ner of Octavia street and Myrtle avenue
will be completed in six weeks. These
homes are all being erected by the
Mayfield Realty company.
Will Avrait Removal of Bank.
Fenchler brothers will do nothing
with the First National Bank building,
which they bought recently for $165,
000. until after the First National va
cates the rooms. As the First National
is having trouble getting possession of
the Bronson block, where the new
building will be built, it is not probable
that anything will be done with the
present bank building for a year at
least Fred Fenchler, who, with his
brother, W. H. Fenchler, bought the
building, said Friday afternoon that
they expected to erect a modern build
ing on the site of the bank building,
but would do nothing until possession
was finally given them.
I nrish to announce that I have- re-cele-d
my complete line of "spring
woolens for 1'US R. V. Pearson, fine
tail" iii-r U Tcxj."
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aiORE WOMEN ARE ARRESTED
IN POKER RAID AT NEW YORK
New Tork. N. T, Jan. 25. The second
raid with! na week disclosing alleged
gamblln gamong women at poker In up
town apartment houses, was carried
out by the police last night. It was
learned today. A score of men and
women In evening dress were arrested,
including a handsomely gowned young
woman who said she was Mrs. Alice
Messill. fo rwhose arrest the detectives
carried warrants charging her with
maintaining a gamMmcr hous. She
v. i"! l"Cke,' u,t notwilist I'l n.r h. -T"-L'tests
th i -r. wi"? only cnte.taining
a few guests at cards
SDFFRAGETS RAX.IT FORCES
XX EFFORT TO SKCUR1S BALLOT
London. Eng.. Jan. 36. The snffra
gets are rallying their forces- in Lon
don. Numerous recruits of the wom
en's social and political union have
arrived here from Scotland and the
provinces within the past 21 hours "for
special duty." This is interpreted as a
threat that militancy will b,osJmn
an unexpected form if. as w a???
certain, the suffragets f ind on Monday
next that thev have beep roiled In their
attoxopt to ueura the ballot
FRENC HTROOPS "PTTT
400 MOOES IN BATTLE
Mogador, Morocco. Jan. 25. Heavy
losses were inflicted on a large force
of Moorish rebels who last night at
tacked a Franca expeditionary column
near this place. The fighting was se
vere for some hours and 3(H) Moors were
killed or wounded. They were finally
routed and fled, but the French were
unable to pursue them, owing to the
smallness of their forces. The French
casualties were IS killed aad a
c o m P A NY
SATURDAY ONLY Box Gano Apples 90e
Those who have not tried our grades of Flour don't know what they have missed.
24 lbs 75c ! 48 lbs. . . . .-.- $1.45
LEVY'S BEST FLOUR
24 lbs 90c 48 lb-. $1.75
We carry all popular Brands in stock.