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10 Wednesday, January 5, 1910 THifcauK?gaa ESE2?a?l'5S3 FEWT ffWB31g3Eg $ JJL-" "" --- 'lZ''ZZZIm m F A W fe. A K BEMS 1 mmMtm nfifV ill I I Pi All 18.00 Suits at.. $ 9.90 AH $20.00 Suits at.. 10.90 All $22.00 Suits at. . 12.90 All$22.50 Suits at.. 13.90 All $25.00 Suits at.. 15:90 All $27.50 and $30.00 Suits at 17.90 All $35.00 Suits at.. 20.90 vercoats at vo $12.50 SUITS AT $5.90 Suits -made of cashmeres and -worsteds in an endless variety of patterns. Some are single, some double breasted, all are worth 12.50; Removal Sale j-'QA $12.50 TO $15 SUITS AT $7.50 Every style of the season is in this lot. These suits are made of all favored suit materials in cluding cashmeres and worsteds. Regular $12-50 to $15 values; Removal Sale i price ' Our present REMOVAL SALE is smash ing all records. The first few days taxed our capacity to the utmost9 bit values were so remarkable that customers didn't seriously object to the little inconveniences they were put to. We must move! And we propose to close out, as nearly as possi ble, our entire stock. Some of the Mam moth Removal Sale Bargains are as follows: H B B At 3 5c you can buy WoTk and Dress Shirts that should sell for 50c At 40c we offer you Work and Dress "Jack Rabbits" that are, easily, worth 65c. At GOc and 75c you have choice from madras and flannel "Jack Rabbits" that you can't buy elsewhere fcr less than $1.00- At 75c ycu -will find nobbiest Dress Shirts in light and dark colors, with attached or detached cuffs. These are regular $1.25 values. At $1.15 we offer $1.75 and $2.(0 values in Dress Shirts. At 90c you can buy Flannel Shirts worth $r25 and $1.50. They can hex had in either grav. blue or brown. At $1-15 we have a lot of "Wool Skirts in blue and assorted pat terns that sell regularly at $1.75. At $1.35 vou can buy Wcol Shirts worth $2.00 and $2.25. At $1.65 we have Broadcloth and Flannel Shirts, $2.50 and $3.00 val- SILK STRING TIES Worth 25c; sale price 17c Worth 35c; sale price 19c SILK -BOW TIES Worth 10c; sale price 5c 25c and 35c Cravats and Shield Ztfidgets 19c SILK FOURINHAND TIES Worth 25c; sale price 15c Worth 35c; sale price 19c Worth 50c; sale price 23c Worth 65c; sale price 37c Worth 75c; sale price- 39c HANDKERCHIEFS 10c values 5c 12 l-2c values 7c 15e values 9c 25c values 15c 35c values lSc SUSPENDERS AND GARTERS Best 50c grades of Suspenders; Re moval Sale price - 35c "Boston" and "Brighton" Garters.' the 25c kind, at 15c "Boston" and -'Brighton" Garters, the 50c kind, at 35c The "Rockford" Socks at 4c The "Rockford" Socks in an extra heavy weight at . Gc Good weight Socks, worth 10c; in fan, black and red, at 6c Our 121-2c Socks in all colors; at 7c and 8c Our 15c Socks, in all colors, at 9e The "Bazaar Special" Socks in black and tan. at lie 25c and 35c Socks, wool and cash mere 19c 20c Wool Socks at 13c 25c Mercerized Socks a. " 18c 50c and 65c silk finished Lisle Socks at 331-Sc "Carhart" and 'Hanson" Gauntlet Gloves for 95c 'Great Western" Gauntlet Gloves, only $1.15 50c and 65c leather Gloves, with or without gauntlets, for 40c Water proof Gauntlet Gloves worth $1.00: Removal Sale price 75c Railroad Gauntlet Gloves, in red, worth $1-25; Removal Sale price.. 85c ill oil s unoBrw bhi Fleeced lined Shirts and QSr Drawers, worth 50c, for... OwC Ribbed Shirts and Drawers QE the 50c kind, for ODC Fleece lined Shirts and Drawers, all colors, woTth 65c, Af Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, Af our 65c grade, for . . T? v C Fleeced and Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, should sell for $1; ffl Removal Sale OUC Lambs' wcol shirts and Drawers, in gray, tan, and pink $1.50 and $1.75 values; sale f price P A JL J Ribbed Union Suits, the Qffcr $1.50 kind for !...OUC Medium weight wool Shirts and Drawers in gray and white, QA at 85c and ,.U'C Shirts and Drawers of wool in. all colors, some ribbed, some plain; good values ordinarily at $1.25; QjTi Removal Sale price OvC Shirts and Drawers of cashmere and worsted in gray and the buckskin color, $2.00 grade, Op for tpJL.OO Cashmere ribbed Union Suits, worth $2.50, during Removal d -0 f F Sale vour size for onlv. . $ JL DO 185 Worsted and cashmere Shirts and Drawers, all colors, all sizes, $3.t0 value for, only Wool ribbed Union Suits, d O Off worth $3.50, at . . && taO Wool ribbed Union Suits, worth not a cent less than $4.00; 6j?0 A S Removal Sale price only P& 0 LOOK FOR THE RHQ GANVAS FRQHT LOOK FOR THE HED CANVAS FRONT HPiy Q QHftFQ $1.75 and $2.00 Shoes Satin Calf, Bluclier m l QQ style at . . . .wai&3 $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes Blu eher style, in viei Md, box calf and patent Qfl gg leather &? $4.50 Shoes, same leathers as previous spe- j jg cial, for itvivO $5.50 and $6.00 Shoes same as above &M QSJ for dsuS OIL. COXCESSIOX IX BAJA, CALIFORNIA IS GRANTED Flavlo GonsaleE to Explore-40,000 Hec tares of Land on Peainsnla. Mexico Citj Jan. 5. The department of fomento lias granted a concession to Flavio Gonzalez to explore and exploit TOO 3IUCH FACE Ton feel as If you had one face too many -when you have Neuragia. Don't you? Save the face, you may need it; but get rid of the Neuralgia by ap plving Ballard's Snow Liniment Finest thing in the -world for rheumatism, neu ralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame back and all pains. Sold by all druggists. the oil fields and carbureted deposits in lower California, a track of 40,000 hectares. The ground on which the exploration is to be made is mainly property of the crovernment. The contract will be signed j by minister Olegario Molina of the de partment of fomento, and Flavio Gon zales, who claims to have suficient cap ital fcr the enterprise. There have already been works of exploration in the same region with great success, -ah oil was found in different places, and it is believed that when a thorough exploration is made there will be found large quantities of crude oil for the development of which a big com pany will be organized. JPTjS MJF?T?JFy5BEjMKBelBlBlwBiwB weMgLJLgjP , tr wiriWwwwwCiattJwwMSwttwewgCJaawwMlwCMftj wwwwlwB wwwwwwwlwwiiiwwMwwwww hydrogen I . '' , 2 wi . -a-natL. w n i iw-i . j '""r . I WHRent!s CIRCULAR STAIRCASE By MARY ROBERTS RIXEHART ninstratloaa by Ray "Walter Copyright 1908 by the Bobbs-Merrill Co. ,1 J ' And In Fife Years i . It is hard to foretell just what land vdll be worth in the upper Mesilla Valley in live years from today, but it is safe to predict that this land will be selling for $500.00 an acre and not an acre could be bought at less than that, if at that price. , During the next few days we are going to offer unusual opportunities to men who want to provide for the future. We have several small tracts of 5, 10 and 20 acres, located in the heart of the upper Mesil la Valley. The soil is the richest in all the country, it is under irrigation, ,will raise crops each year that will pav for the farm, but we are still offering them for a small payment down andthe balance in six years without interest, taxes or mortgage.' During this week a number of these tracts have been sold and before the end of the month every one will be sold. If you make your selection at once you will get a tract that will please you better than by waiting until a majority are -all sold; If you are interested in these far-ros and will call at our office we will take pleasure in showing you the best proposition ever known in the history of the southwest. HATTON Mk LTY& 224 MESA AVE. BOTH PHONES CHAPTEFTXXV. A Visit from Lcufse. That day was destined to be an eventful one, for when I entered the house and found Eliza ensconsed in the upper hall on a chair, with Mary Anne doing her best to stifle her with household ammonia, and Liddy rub bing her wrists whatever good that is supposed to do -JL knew that the ghost had been walking again, and this time in daylight. Eliza was in a frenzy of fear. She clutched at my sleeve when I went close to her, and refused to let go until she had told bar story. Coming just after the fire, tne household was demoralized, and it was no surprise to me to find Alex and the under gardener struggling downstairs with a heavy trunk between them. "I didn't want to do it, Miss Innes," Alex said. "But she was so excited I was afraid she would do as she said drag it down herself, and sc. atch the staircase." I was trying to get my bonnet off and to keep the maids quiet at the same time. "Now, Eliza, when you have washed your face and stopped bawling," I said, "come into my sitting room and tell me what has happened." Liddy put away my things without speaking. The very set of her shoul ders expressed disapproval. "Well,"I said, when the silence be came uncomfortable, "things seem to be warming up." Silence from Liddy, and a long sigh. "If Eliza goes, I don't know where to look for another cook." More si lence. "Rosie is probably a good cook." Sniff. "Liddy," I said at last, "don't dare to deny that you are having the time of your life. You positively gloat in this excitement. You never looked i better. It's my opinion all this running around, and getting jolted out of a rut, has stirred up that torpid liver of yours." "It's not myself I'm thinking about," she said, goaded into speech. "May be my liver was torpid, and maybe it wasn't; but I know this: I've got some feelings left, and to see you standing at the foot of that staircase shootin through- the door I'll never be the same woman again." "Well, I'm glad of that anything fj2I a change" I said. jkr?5 In came (Continued Prom Yesterday). Eliza, flanked by Rosie and Mary Anne. , Her story, broken with sobs and cor rections from the other two, was this: At two o'clock (2:15, Rosie insisted) she had gone upstairs to get a picture from her room to show Mary Anne. (A picture of a lady, Mary Anne inter posed.) She went up the servants' staircase and along the corridor to her room, which lay between the trunk room and the unfinished ballroom. She heard a sound as she went down the corridor like some one moving furni ture, but she was not nervous. She thought it might be men examining the house after the fire ttie night before, but she looked in the trunkroom and saw nobody. She went into her room quietly. The noise had ceased and everything was quiet Then she sat down on the sido of her bed, and, feeling faint she was subject to spells ("I told you that when I came, didn't I, Rosie?" "Yes'm, indeed she did!") she put her head down on her pillow and "Took a nap. All right!" I said. "Go on." "When I came to, Miss Innes, sure as I'm sittin' here, I thought I'd die. Somethin' hit me in the face, and I set up, sudden. And then I seen the plaster drop, droppin from a little Struggling Down-Stairs with a Heavy Trunk. hole in the wall. And the first thing I knew, an iron bar that long (fully two yards by her measure) "shot through that hole and tumbled on the bed. If I'd been still sleeping" ("Fainting," corrected Rosie) "I'd 'a' been hit on the head and killed!" "I wisht you'd heard her scream," put in Mary Anne. "Aid her face as white as a pillow-sljjv when she tum bled down the stairs." "No doubt there i some natural ex planation for it, Eliza," I said. "You may have dreamed it, in your 'faint ing' attack. But fit is true, the metal rod and the hole in the wall will show it" Eliza looked a little bit sheepish. "The bote's there all right, Miss In nes," shefftud. "But the bar was gone when MaryAnne and Rosie went up to pack my trunk." "That wasn't all," iLiddy's voice came funereally from a corner. "Eliza said that from the hole in the wall a burning eye looked down at her!" "The wall .must be at least six "inches thicker I said with asperity. "Unless the person who drilled the hole carried his eyes on the ends of a stick, Eliza couldn't possibly have seen, them." (To be continued). ust Exact! v Fills t he Bill infsrnaciooa! KOHLEEHg BROS, ' MAKERS Globe Flour, best by test, and the payroll In El Pso. BAGGAGE TBA&SFER BAGGAGE FHOHE BELL 1. AUTO 1C01. Will be up right away. Gsxefol men. Reasonable prices, LongwelTs Transfer, 111 SAN FEAHCISCO ST. ODOM TBA3SSFER CO. Bag2a2e an Moving. All Kisda of Hauling. PROMPT ATTENTION Bell Phone .1054 Auto Phone 196S 109 Main St 5fe Crwley Co. EXPERT PRINTERS 331 Texas St. El Past, Texas I - 1 ' AJSTD FRESH FIELD, GARDEN AKD FLOWER SEEDS O CALL ON OR WRITE TO kl EET THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS DEALERS IX HAY, GRAIM, FLOUR AND FEED Tourist- Shopper's m Mail Order Guide A HANDY DIRECTORY OF RELIABLE AND PROGRESSIVE FIRMS OP EL PASO AUTOMOBILES AKD SUPPLIES""" Automobile Tires, Tubes ana Sundries ' CRAIG? O'DONNELL & CO. General Agents . Chamber of Commerce Bufldtn DIAMOND MAXWELL ELECTRIC CARS RADER & ALEXANDER rnoneo. w.on. Auto 2127 TRTTKKS AND BAGS Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases an -.-.-. ,B1M .!- i"i T3 rum i mm rauior? sss- p" Opposite- P0St0ffic nrrn Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 1966.