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THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1912. TM
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ZEe Surprising Values Offered Have Elicited The Praise Of The Most Skeptical
friXTj j ttt . t TT " e speak hon5tIy, we speak within bounds, when we emphasize this sale as the most important of all sales. In its econ
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$2.50 and $3.00 For
Peter Thompson, Sailor apd Onc-Piece Dress
es, In slis for C.Irls from 4 to 11 years, made
pfctyjyyiy bot quality Washable materials,
pretty new patterns and colors tbat are abso
lutelv fast., regular $2.50 and $8 taluett for
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the biggest bargains are in quantities too limited to advertise, but they are here together with scores of other items that will
be so emphasized.
It isn't profit, it is not cost in many instances, that causes this jjreat merchandise movement. The one great object is
to reduce surplus stocks and clean up odd Jots and broken lines. It's a great chance; and your proof of wisdom will lie in
taking advantage of it. You can make no mistake in buying here tomorrow.
DRESSES WORTH tfj-j 1 j
$2.75 and $2.00 For pi . 1 D
This offer includes a splendid assortment of
Drosses, lu all sizes for Girls from 4 fo'l
years; made of Gingham, Madras and per
cales, they are not -skimped in any way, cut
good and full hnd "well madn. Si 77, and s-
vame lor ji.m.
Entire Remaining Stock Of Women's Tailored Suits, Street & Evening Dresses
Without Reserve At Two Bargain
mClRT WORTH $4o ao qc r
01I I O AND $6.50 FOR p,VJ
Up To $35.00
Jdeludihg Women s Tailored Suits
Street vAndiEvening Dresses
The wpniuj who respondsjio this announcemeat Will receive two to threa
tirao"tlj.vajupfor every1' dollar expended You will not make a mistake fn
erajujent .ropi this colleciion, as the styles are practically good for
another' eoastfn. "" ' "
We want jou to take every word we sav for full face value. We have raid,
not a single garment worth lea thani27.6 and some that sold for .as much
as $35.00 and $46 and we mean that fxactlv.
Perhaps these valuations may sesm ridiculous to ypa we almost hesitate
to mention them for fear you may thia k we are exaggerating, but neverthe
less, thev're true Choice for $9 95
Whei voo consi-'or lhe"stls, the materials and the splen
did way in which they are. .made,. ou'li wonder how it Is
possibie for anv store to sell sucb skirts -at such a ridlcu
lonslj low price: made of all-wool Serge, Panama Cloth and
mixtures, mostly large s'ses. $4 SO to $6.50 values for $2 95
SKIRTS y?oflSR $6.95
This oflv-r concerns a splendid assortment of ultra-fashion
able Skirts made of Imported Worsteds, Sersps. Whipcord
Diagonals iud Novelty Mixtures. The season's best stjies
and newest colors are represented, skirts that regularlj sell
for $U.jO ip to $15 uy Choice for $p.95.
Hats Worth To $11.50
This price gies you fre
choice of every remaining
hat thet formerly sold for'
$70 up to $11.50, there'
only" a limited number, but
the styles are, new this sea
son and becoming, too.
Ca week of great values in wool dress goods
Hats Worth To $15.00
Tako your pick tomorrow of
Pattern Hats and Trimmed
Hats that formerly sold for
$12.50 up to $18.50 for $2.95
There are about ten Hats In
the lot Vnmatchable at th
sale .price $2.95.
For - -
Up To $25.00
Including Tailored Suits
Street And Evening Dresses"
A complete and drastic clearance that brings a limited number ot
Tailored Suits and Dresses at bf'ow co?t of making. An opportuni
ty to pick from this collection of high class garments is worthy of
There s not a great variety to choose from, 'and you wouldn't
expect it either, at this period of the seaian. But some ofth!s sea
son's newest and best stylps afo iucluiled and If there Is a stybi
and slie to meet your reGMremdnts jou are sure of a bargain extra
ordinary. $18.50 to $25.00 values for 5.35
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let of Dres-.
Goods that sell for 91o
a yahJ;'f6Telty Sult'nss.
BegjVonteds and Che
viots, Tilt1 colprs repre
senttd.'llaie prce S1? -a
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KIMOXA CLOTH, 32-Inches wide, fleece
llnel jn stripes, Persian and bordered
patterns a splendid assortment, 20c qual
ity at a yard , 12V2c
EDS.V FLANNELS, especially adapte-3
for shirtwaists, 27-inehes wide, in p'.n
MrlHes and iplaln coiors, 20c qualltz.
special a yard 1214c
OUTING PLANXBLS, very baaiy qual
ity, suitable for underskirts, in Kray. tan,
brown aa4 red barrette effects, 15c qual
ity, por yard 10
All $1.00 Wool Dress Good
SpecfdHj prlc5?d for this sal
at 7wr a ard. Serges, Nov--it
Cheeks aad Striped Suitings,
a fine rawe from which to
This means, take your pick
of any piece of Wool Dress
Goods that regelarly retails
for 85c a jard, and all you
pay is 60c all desirable fab
rics and favorite colors represented.
OUTING FLANNELS, 22 Inches wide In
light, medium and dark colors, variety of
patterns, regular 10q duality, special a
yard .'.' ..." 7Vz
WOOL EIDERDOWN'. 27-inches wide, in
tan, gray, pink and blue colors, regular
50c quality at a'yafd 35c
FLEECED GOODS. 32-lnchos wide, suit
able for house neglig-ses in dotted, fig
ured, floral and Persian patterns, 13c
quality at a yard 10c
This is a sweoplng reduo
tion and includes every
pleve of Dress Goods that
formerly sold for 75c a yard
Silk and Wool ' Plaids, Mo
hairs. Serges and Suiting!)
Now 56c a yard '
A saving of ONE-THIRD
on Dress Goods Is a bar
gain you cannot afford to
overlook. The offer in
cludes. Wool Hatiste,
Serges, Mohairs and Beau
tiful Plaids, sale- price 4uCf
Satan Char incuse
$20.QUAUTY FOR glgO
Satint-Charmeost is. by all .altfrf this
K-asoh's most popalar dresinfitriai
aiid-Qiey "will ip as much Jasored for
B.'infij 'They are dMghtflly ibeaotl-tul.-sofiv
clinging, lustrovc, and lend
themselves gracefully In the fusl.ion-
I ingofjpretty dresses for street or
evening wear, jhocmw wio, an ue
atfsite jSlors. Sl6 iualft at HMt
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' Broadcloth $1
wide, a beaattful laettou
qrality fn Black. Navy,
llrovn and Wisteria, the reg
ular pile m $1 75 per yard,
remarked for th sale at
WOOL fHALLIBS. 27-aehes
wide in stripes, figures, dots
and bordered patterns es
pecially adapted for Paro
.Prcssos, waists. - etc, S5c
flualtly. par yard. 40c.
Outings 9c Yd.
OUTING i-'LANNELS, is a
wide range of patterns and
colors. Including stripe?,
checks, figitres and plaids,
3S-iMhes wide, 121-Sc qual
ity, special a yard 9c.
Serge 12hc Yd.
COTTON SURGE and Dtago
nais, 27-laches wide, in gray,
tan. brown, ravy and cadet
blue, also striped patterns,
the quality that sells for 20s
a. yard, sale price 121-2c
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$1.00 QUAUTY FOR JQC
Women will need no urging to buy
these beautful Silk ilessaliaes at a
saving of 3c a yard. The offer con
cerns our regular stock, and there Is
ample variety from which to choose
Including black, white and every fash
lonable fall color and shade, 27-lnehe6
icfrfo raulnr SI.66 auallty for 70c a
High Grade Clothes At Big Reductions In
Prices Makes This A Clothing Sale Of Very Great Importance
The sale of Men's Suits continues wth unabated en
thusiasm and activity. Saturday was the biggest day
in the Clothing department we have ever known
And Monday should be still a bigger day, because,
Men who have purchased suits here have told their
friends', and these friends will tell their friends and
all in turn will come for their share of the wonderful
Men who have participated in this great clothing
event have told us frankly and without solicitation,
that these are the best suits they ever saw offered ar
such remarkably low prices
It costs you nothing to see for yourself the ex
ceptional workmanship, style and fit of these gar
ments. Once seen, the marked superiority of the
fabric and style will be proven to the most inexperi
enced clothing buver.
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we coruiauy invue you to come aim inspeui mis
offer of Men's Suits and judge for yourself the val
ues, with absolutely NO OBLIGATION TO BUY.
V27x5 INS. RUGS
AXM1N3TER Brussels Rugs size lhx36 inch
es, 'Irfrlental and Floral designs, a variety
of voWtSititTTis, new shades and new color
V coaWaatiOBS, $l,2a values for 90c.
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AXMINSTKR Brussels Ruga, size 27x54 inch
es. See these, note the snjerlor quality, the
beaMy and harmony of shade blending, and
haaasome new designs, $2.50 values for $1.75
P75 lfe gZ
WORTH $18.50 UP TO $22.50
This niter includes all our salt (EXCEPT
BLVEri AND BIJCKS) that regularlj sell tof
$18 50, J20..0 and $22.50 And. dollar for dollar
tbrv- are the host that money can bay at orig
inal prices voar choice for $15.00. -A gianea at
the smart styles splendid materials and fault
less workmanship will conviace you of any
claims we majse of their superiority grtts pos-
without equal at this low price.
WORTH. $25.00,. $27.50 AND 30.00
SUPEI:!Ol!rT4 Is the one word tli4 uenaes thq
clothes financed i?ithl3 offer mMetfor us by
the best talentedeTperts we knowAffrom ths
best and most' serviceable fabrics shown In the
textile markets. Clothes that are brim full of
stylr, perfect ir ' fit and f&ultlqsg in the minut
est detail of manufacture
good latne at original
Choice for $!8p.
Sells that represent
prices $27.59 to $30
36x72 INS. RUGS
AMUtVSTER Brussels Rugs, size C672 Inch
es. In Oriental, floral and conventional pat
terns tnev recuUrly sell for $4.00, especial
Iv priced for this s-ale at $S 06
$20 ROOM SIZE RUGS
AXMIXSTEII Brussels Rugs, size S ft 5 Ins. .
ly 10 ft. Clnst All new designs, Rugs of rar
est beailoi cbiolutely perfect In nualitj. the
kinds that sell for $20, sale price $16. .
- Possibly Better Off.
Some- dnefcas compiled statistics
ehowlfi'jhatona thousand persons In
the "Uftljetf SHtes are at present em
ployed ftFSalktns for wagers So
cletyVttnld bp just as well off If they
were wvtju, w 6wo. wmo.
' fin v.- ".
ly used, soon btcoraos discolored This J u" Bl0",Bg1.,?ap1!fr' .. '
,,. M.n, h inl hr nnHrin a. Jaco a piece of white blotting pa
HtUo viaeKar Into the bottle and add- iPer ndr vase containing flowers.?
.ng a pinch of salt AlkV thts to " will aborb any moisture walch may
..T,rf fr .! honn: lhon rlnso i"53- w" l TB"C "- prevenia
J a fU.l'"6C c i t Ob victiv;u-
with clesr ter The 'botUo mi be
perfectly clear and iright.
stains from appearing upon the- po!.
izttd surface of the tabic.
ifcam parish churc! TececJy. It way
Jound that the bridegroom 1M forgot
ten mo nn.. At tne sugge-.j-ia o'si
dcor. which had a dag aC'ho.cEo. w?a
'rommaadred and th ci-reuion; was
xoaipleted. rail Mai! fiawtto
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Tirn to Motor Vthlclis.
Tfae advaot of motor vablclea In
Madras Is of comjwrativeir recent
datcbut wttklB a rery brief interval
'bar bar to a groat extcat mppfent
od carriie ilrawa y borses. which
former'v constituted the chief means
ct rraopoi4aUor aaoeg the European
Lofllc Hard to Fathom.
A Chicago woman had Jier husband
arrested for disorderly conduct be
cause he refused to kiss "her. The ways
which some women have of inspiring
affection and Its demonstrations ca?
be accounted for only by the secret
aari rarsterlou'S processes of feminine journal
. , 4Vhen Trcubies Ee'ain,
Aa soon- as a married woman get
350 saved up she become oppressed
ir tbo thought tbat she'h merely ac
'cumulatiag a firtuae for. the second
wife td . spewt. Loals,vIHe. Courier-