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Coming to El Paso Saturday.
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"THE GREAT DIVIDE."
"The Great Divide" comes to El Paso
Saturday- This dramatic success,
which played at the Princess and Daly's
theaters, Ner York, for two seasons,
where It rounded out a run of over
GOO performances, has been booked to
appear here several times, but Henry
Miller, under whose management the
play hns won such a phenomenal suc
cess, was obliged to cancel the previous
dates owing to the record breaking re
ceipts of the New Tork engagement.
Manager Rich will positively present
"The Great Divide" at the El Paso
theater on Saturday afternoon and
night, Jan. 8. Seats are now selling
at the Crawford.
CHIA'A SHOWER TONIGHT.
Manager Rich will have another big
souvenir night at the Majestic tonight,
when each woman having reserved seat
coupon will receive a piece of hand
some 'hand decorated chinaware. Three
shows are given nightly 7:30, 8:30 and
S 30.
CRAWFORD THEATER.
Large and well pleased audiences is
the rule at tnls popular house and "A
Bachelor's Romance" is pleasing Im
mensely. Next week, a screaming farce
comedy, "The Honeymoon." will be
given. Seats are now selling.
BABES IX TOYLAXD.
.Arrangements have been completed
for the appearance of "Babes in Toy
land" at the El Paso on Monday, Jan
uary 10.
This means an event of the season
and a theatrical attraction that It is
said, will appeal to every class of peo-
Actual Starvation
The Kelly fc Pollard Dms Compssy
Give Pacts Regarding Dyspepsia.
Although indigestion and dyspepsia
are so prevalent, most people do not
thoroughly understand their cause and
how to obtain relief. There is no reason
why people should not eat anj-thlng
they desire if they will only chew it
carefully and thoroughly. Many act
ually starve themselves into sickness
through fear of eating every good-looking,
good-smelling and good-tasting
food, because it does not .agree with
them.
Dieting; cannot cure dyspepsia. If
we refuse every article of food that dis
agrees with us, before Gong we have
nothing left, and find ourselves chronic
dyspeptics.
We are so confident that we can fur
nish relief for indigestion and dyspep
sia that we promise to supply the medi
cine free of all cost to every one who
uses it according to directions who is
not perfectly satisfied with the results.
We exact no promises and put no one
under any obligation whatever. Surely
nothing could be fairer. "We are lo
cated.Tlght here where you live, and
our reputation should be sufficient as
surance of the genuineness of our of
fer. We want every one who Is troubled
with Indigestion or dyspepsia in any
form to come to our store and get a
box of Rexall Dyspesia Tablets. Take
them home, and give them a reasonable
tria?. according to directions. They
are very pleasant to take: they soothe
the irritable stomach, strengthen and
Invigorate the digestive organs, promote '
a healthy and natural bowel action, al
most immediately relieve nausea and
stomach irritation, produce healthy di
gestion and assimilation, and promote
nutrition.
A 25-cent package of Rexall Dys
pepsia Tablets burnishes 15 days treat
ment. In ordinary cases this is suf
ficient to produce complete relief. In
more chronic cases, a longer treatment,
of course. Is necessary, and depends up
on the severity of the trouble. Vnr
such cases we have two larger sizes, 50
cents and $1.00. Remember you can ob
tain Rexall Remedies in El Pano only
at our store The Rexall store. Peo
ple's Drug store Kelly & Pollard.
pie. It is a beautiful story of fairy
land. There are 40 acting artists and
a crew of trained stage mechanics and
an orchestra of skilled musicians. The
attraction has created a genuine sen
stion wherever produced, thus account
ing for its prolonged and marvelous
run In the face cf exceptionally clever
counter attractions in all the principal
cities.
"Babes in Toyland" is the joint work
of Glen MacDonough and Victor Her
bert. The former dramatized the fairy
tale, "Babes in the Wood," and to the
exquisite story Mr. Herbert set musi
cal gems that have nei-er been equaled,
and the fact that Julian Mitchell
staged the production is the best en
dorsement that it is complete to the
smallest detail. Seats go on sale
Thursday morning at the Crawford.
Has opened with a vim and our reputation for Bargain Giving is more
than sustained. If you desire quality in garments and materials of satis
fying character at RED LETTTER SALE PRICES yojTshould buy your
wearables at the "Greater -Boston Store," The following unusual offerings
will be on szle tomorrow and the entire week. When we call them un
usual offerings it means that values far out of the ordinary await you here.
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ICKt -rre foruct. let's Xrti u :r maov
at home and still ger thu i-est. GJobo
Flour.
WOODMEN OF WORLD AND
CIRCLE IN'STAL. OPIFCERS
Drill "by Team Is Feature of Instalation.
Effort Will Be Mnde to Increase
Membership.
With ceremonies befitting woodcraft,
newly elected officers of Tornillo camp,
No. 42, -Woodmen of the World, and
Willow Grove circle, No. S4, were in
stalled at the K. of P. nail last night.
Every seat in the large hall was
filled.
A special feature of the program was
a drill by the instalatioir team, directed
by Mrs. JJ. L. Ztfudd. The post of guar
dian of the circle was relinquished by
Mrs. A. HcNeman to Mrs. L. G. Malone.
Mrs. Lulu Mattice was Installed as
clerk.
Dr. H. A. McGruder is the new Wood
man commander, C. C. Kelfer being
made clerk. Following the ceremonies
Sdge A. S. J Eylar made a short ad
ess. The present membership of the Wood
men camp is 410. An effort will be
made to reach the thousand mark be
fore another year.
ERROR MADE IX REFORTIXG
AMOUNT OF BANK STOCK HELD
The management of the American
National bank wishes to correct an
error made in an article in yesterday's
paper. The article in question stated
that A. P. Coles had sold to judge
Fall 1200,000 of the stock of the bank,
while in fact the total capital stock of
the bank Is but $200,000, and this is
held by about SO different stockholders
No one person owns or ever has owned
even a majority of -this stock, in fact
no four persons now own nor ever have
owned a majority of the stock or con
trol of the bank. The stock is held by
various persons in varying amounts,
and the bank's officers and directors
I are eieciea oy uie oouy oi me siock-
UV1UC19.
ANDREWS PRESENTS BDLL
TO AID H03IESTEADERS
Washington, D. C, Jan. 5. Delegate
Andrews of New Mexico, has introduced
bills for the homesteaders in the Rocky
mountain states, New. Mexico and Ari
zona. A homesteader may enter land
making a total of 320 acres. Provision
Is also made If a homesteader Is com
peled by extreme sickness or death in
his family to abandon his homestead,
he may take a second entry.
A bill pensioning John P. Oconnor, of
company D, 33d Ohio volunteer infan
try for $35, has also been presented.
JAPANESE CAPTURE
IXSUIioiENT LEADER
Tokio, Japan, Jan. 5 According to a
Seoul dispatch, Japanese troops, under
the command of Maj. Igarashi, recent
ly captured Col. Hai-sam, the most in
fluential leader of the insurgents in
south Korea. During the 12 months to
October 31, the Japanese troops had 976
encounters with the insurgents, with
! the result that 3098 Koreans were kill
' 267 wounded, and 3055 captured.
Globe Flour, Dest by test,
and the payroll in El mo.
We Wish to Thank
WV The people for their libdai patronage during the past year.
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p - io uiu earner uesire ana constant endeavor to make the
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count and ismking business is cordially invited.
H CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS $240,000.00
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black and colors; man tailored
and trimmed; all new models.
$15-00 Suits, Red
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?27.50 Suits, Ked
Letter Sale price. .
$35.00 Suits. Red tf?0 0 HsO
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$9;75
$18.98
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P- ' I i t V W WOMEN'S CLOTH DRESSES
Lan. aim vivA, luatciiuia vi
diagonal serge and English pan
axaa. ?20.00 cloth dresses; Red
Lett-r Sale
price
$18.00 BLACK SILK
DRESSES, sale price
WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES
black and colors, messaiine; Jer
sey and taffeta; $25.00 silk
a.:esses, sale d1g AQ
Price iO.O
WOMEN'S SEPARATE SKIRTS, black and colors
all the late materials, all late models
50.SHr.ts. $4.98
$11.00 Skirts - $ AO
for p3ocO
li5-00.Sk. $7.98
WOMEN'S SILK' PETTICOATS, black and colore, dif
ferent styie flounces; splendid qnalifcie
$o.UU Silk Tetticoats,
sale pric2
$6.50 Silk Petticoats,
sale price
$8.00 Silk Petticoats, .
sale price w
WOMEN'S LONG SILK KIMONOS, beautiful desins-
?5.o0 Long bilk kimonos,
sale price 7..
$p.00 Long Silk Kimonos, ry Q
sale price ?0
MILLINERY, PLUMES AND FURS AT HALF PRICE
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MEN'S SHOES, gun metal, and vici, Elucher
style, worth np to $3.50 &O A Q.
Sale price V TrO
MEN'S SHOES, lace and button, black a-nd
tan, worth $3.00; rf- AQ
Sale-price pi tO
WOMEN'S SHOES, black and tan, lace and
button, some with gray cloth top, d Q Q
worth $3.00; sale price P A oSO
WOMEN'S SHOES, vici, Blucher, pat.
tip, light and extension sole. Worth
$2.00. Sale 2? 1 AQ
price tyleTIv
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES, sizes 1 to
51-2; vici and gun metal. Worth
$1-75. Sale 1 ftQ
price tj? A tc7
MISSES' SCHOOL SHOES, sizes
8 1-2 to 11; Dongola and vici; worth
$1.25; sale SQr.
price OJO
Sizes 121-2 to 2, worth QQ
$1.35; sale price ... tOC
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Standard Calicoes, all fast colors,
worth 71-2c; sale Q -
price O v
Shirting prints and prints with fancy
borders, worth 10c; sale A tl
price jt -C
Dress Percales, fast colors, worth
12 l-2c; sale m r
price fee
Dress Foulards, beautiful patterns,
r02:."!: 12'ZC
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Outing Flannels, all. the best styles,
worth 10 cents; sale y
price C
Yard Wide bleached Domestic, g
worth 10c; sale price OC
Yard wide unbleached 'Domes- g
tic; sale price OC
Fine materials for waists and
dresses, worth 25c; - Q-
sale price JL 1 2 C
Women's white Handkercliiefs
worth 5c; sale 0
price 2C
Men's Suits
Bed Letter Sale Prices
MEN'S CASSIMERE SUITS in a
big range of the newest patterns
and latest cuts; values up to
$15.00; sale
price
Ten's Suits worth
$1S, sale price ..
Glen's' Suits worth d1 9 A C
$20, sale price .. pJLerO
Glen's Suits worth.
$25, sale price ..
MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS, in
gray, brown and tan, worth. $4;
sale
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price
Men's Corduroy Pants, worth $3;
price P J.
Men's Cassimere Pants, worth $3;
sale fatsy j-
price P 1D
Men's Casshnere Pants, worth $4;
sale $9QC
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$16.95
89 c
48c
48c
39c
89 c
59c
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Misses' and Chiidrens Heady to Wear Red Letter Sale Prices
CHILDREN'S BEAR-SKIN COATS, white and
ages one to six vears
$3.00 Bear Skin Coats,
sale price
$3.50 Bear Skio Coats.
sale price . JM . . 7 j
9.uv xear ajem uoats,
sale price W.
Eight to fourteen vears
$3.00 Bear Skin Coats
sale price ,
$5.50 Bear Skin Coats
sale price
$1.50 Bear Skin Coats
sale price
colors,
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CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES, one to six years, long
effect, all colors; neatly made and trimmed
$lt09-dresses t q
$2.00 dresses
for ;
$3.50 dresses
for
Eight to fourteen vears
$3-50 dresses rf r
for $I.?0
$2.50 dresses d 7Q
$1.49
$2.79
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Men's Overcoats al Btd Latter Sab Pricas
Hen's Furnishings at Bad Utter Sail Prices
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS, new and pretty styles, light
ana aarK colorings, worth $lJ2o;
sale price
Men's Dress Shirts, worth 75c;
sale price
Men's Soft Shirts with collar attached, light
colors, worth 75c ; sale price
MEN'S WORKING SHIRTS, different styles
and colors, worth 65c; sale price
MEN'S OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT SHIRTS,
worth $1.25, ior
75c Outing ight Shirts,
sale price
MEN'S COAT SWEATERS, worth $3.00; d qq
gray and white; sale price J)JL tO
Men's Sweaters, worth 75c ; a
sale price r C
MEN'S HALF HOSE, fancy styles, worth 35c; -
sale price ;X C
Men's Black Socks, with white feet, worth 20c; -fl ty
sale price JLdC
Boys' Clothing ai Hid Letter Sale Pricts
BOYS' SUITS of fine cassimere and. velvet, Buster
Brown and Russian Blouse styles, 2 1-2 to 7 years;
big assortment, values to $7.00; rt a "aj
sale price T"?0
BOYS' SHIRTS AND BLOUSES, percale and cham
bray, all sizes, worth 65c; a q
sale price .- rO C
BOYS' HATS -AND CAIJS, assorted styles
Hats worth $1.75 ? 1 l"
sale price P X JL 7
Hats worth $l.o0
sale price
Hats worth 75c
sale price
Caps worth 35c
sale price
Caps worth 65c
sale price
98c
49c
23c
48c
Sheets and Pills W Cases Red Letter Saie Prices
54x90 ready to use Sheets, worth 40c; O
sale price 0tC
72x90 ready to use Sheets, worth 55c; AC
sale price jT C
72x90 ready to use Sheets, worth 60c; A O ,
sale price r?C
81x90 ready to use Sheets, worth 85c; Cl
sale price OSC
72x90 Peppercll Mills Sheets, worth 75c; ?Q
sale price OtC
42x36 Pillcnv Cases, worth 12 l-c; f
sale price J.L?C
42x3G Pillow Cases, worth 15c; f 9r
sale price 7 .., Ai2C
42x36 Pepperell Cases, worth 171-2c; " ?
sale price AOC
4xb Hemstitched Cases, worth 171-2c; "f
sale price 7. A
Flue S.sighams, Ghambrays and Gheviois
Red Letter Sale Prices
1 lot Dress Ginghams, Cheviots and Chambrays; solid shades,
checks and stripes; all fast colors; worth 121-2 and - g
15c; sale price LC
Apron Ginghams, lest makes, all colors, all size checks;
lUc quail t y apron ginghams;
sale price
A good quality apron frinjrham:
sale price .. OC
'Silk Ginghams and fine zephyr Ginghams in checks, stripes
and plaids, fine imported goods, worth up to 25c r-i
yard; sale price 19c and JLOC
1 lot 36-inch fine Cambrics and Percales, light and dark col
orings; for shirts and dresses; 15c values; f O
s-le Price L diZC
White and Colored Bed Spreads
Red Letter Sale Prices
$1.19
Full size white crochet Bed Spreads, worth $1-00; 7Q 0
sale price & 7C
Full size white crochet Bed Spreads, worth $1.34; qq
sale price OC
Full size white crochet Bed Spreads, Marseilles
patterns worth $1-50 ; sale price
White1 crochet Bed Spreads, worth $1.75; "1 QQ
iale price P J
White .crochet Bed Spreads, worth $2.25; m, 17 Q
sale price 4L 0
Colored crochet Bed Spreads, worth $1.00; Q
sale price 4C
Colored crochet Bedspreads, worth $1.S5; rt qq
sale price )Ae3
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1 lot double width Flannelettes, suitable for kimonos
and dressing jackets, 12 l-2c and 15c values; 1A
sale price IUC
Choice of all our best quality kimono flannels, beau
tiful designs and colorings, 15c and 20c -fl Or
values; sale price J. 2C
Barber Towels, worth 5c each; A
sale price TT C
Hemmed Huck Towels, worth 10c each; wr
sale price 2C
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EXTRA SPECIALS
Full size wliite and gray cotton Blankets,
worth S5c; sale price
Fancy Colored Blankets, worth $1.25;
sale price
Bed Comforts, full size, worth $1.50
sale price
59c
89c
98c
Bed Comforts, extra heavy, worth $2.00; fc -j A r
sale price p J, Zs
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