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ftym&S&f&lk i rrs'Uisri -hKt s"T ft iriv . r- summer pszss ss Clean Siveepu -i r22 Q7 l" 5-3. -Hltt "". BHii3i3fJwHf? ft 15 jf ffiJSWrliS (!JiiljfSBBlJ ifirt'jJ Summer Clean Sweep S 5ae ? frothing Reserved "SEE irs ce fg- 7 Days of f Ae Sae ?s oi account of Clean Sweep Sale. mction of stock, we have decided alize fully the importance of Clean inter, for the simple reason that otirsl week note particularly that Price and Less ,,,,-y IV Accessories Smart accessories veils, gloves, hosiery, necbwear, belts, hands bags and jewelry ore included in Clean Sweep Sale. V . ,' irvmBBi TVa nvp -nrond of rnrHHMffHM'ix l,j,. l , . ot only is it wonu; tefejtit'a'&ttfsrfeb are so very pretty. Even the simplest, most inexpensive dresses have an air about them, a charm wholly out of proportion to their cost. As for the higher-priced dresses one of a kind sty les, most of them came direct from Paris their beauty and marvelous workmanship will fairlv take your breath away. It is not often that such a stock of lingerie dresses is offered at reduced prices. And such reductions! Be here next week without fail. Regular 3.95 Lingerie Dresses Regular 5.00 Lingerie Dresses Regular 6.75 Lingerie Dresses Kegular 7.50 lingerie Dresses $1.95 .$2.45 $3.45 $4.65 Regular 10.00 Lingerie Dresses Regular S12.50 Lingerie Dresses Regular 15.00 Lingerie Dresses Regular 17.50 Lingerie Dresses 15.95 16,95 Regular 20.00 Lingerie Dresses . , Regular 25.00 Lingerie Dresses. , Regular 30.00 Lingerie Dresses . , Regular 35.00 Lingerie Dresses., Io9i All other Lingerie Dresses at Clean Sweep prices. Clean Sweep of WASH I T :n--n Knonn n-nrf wmn cL-rr; "Rrailfir Tmspa' iinrl out zes. White, natural. Tnnlr jinrl hhiaa T5ia ,.,... styles pleated from the knee, pleated from the waist, a! -,o the tunic effects. Sonne trimmed wath buttons, with heavy lace, others are handsomely embroidered. Clean Sweep reductions as follows: Reg. 1.25 Wash rj Skirts, next week .. i Real $5.00 Values 250 dresses are offered at tins reduction in abotit 15 different styles including lace-trimmed lingerie P JL sL eT:D w dresses, checked gingham dresses, the combination dresses -with white nvaist and colored skirt, plain fl color linene dresses and striped and figured dresses made of different kinds of summer wash fabrics, This is. poi-rfcively, the biggest 'bargain eer given in stylish summer dresses. Better make your se lections early Monday morning. They are regular 5.00 dresses not one nvorth less than that. Choice the coming week, while they last. 7 At Less Than Half Price jW next week's selling:, we have rearranged the lots of linen suits" and reduced prices still further. If you were unable to attend Clean Sweep Sale the past week, be here without fail the coming week. From now until the cool weather, a linen suit will be the most serviceable garment in your wardrobe. Next week you will have no trouble finding just the kind of suit you need and at the same time you will get it for les3 than half the regular price. In Hie following 12 lots, and the others not advertised, are two and three-piece linen suits of every imaginable kind ranging from the simple, smart suit for shopping or traveling to the very elaborate richly braided or enibroi dery trimmed suits. The color range is complete embracing white, natural, pink, blue, wisteria, etc., etc Note that in even case the reduction is more than half. Recr. $1-75 Wash Skirts, next wee Reg. 2.50 Wash Skirts, next week c ...$1.00 .45 Reg. 2.75 and 2.95 Wfash Skirts Reg. 3.95 Wash Skirts, next week.. Reg. 4.50 Wash Skirts, next week. . $1.85 Reg. 5.50 Wash Skirts, next week. . . Reg. $6.75 and 7.50 Wafeh Skirts ... .. Wash Skirts worth up to 11.50 for... $3, $4, $6, latest some Qi Reg. 3.95 Linen Suits, next week T.eg. 5.00 Linen Suits, next week.... Reg. 6.75 and 7.50 f Linen Suits Reg. 7.95 and 8.50 Linen Suits $1.48 3.48 Reg. 9.50 and 10 ( A AQ Linen Suits 4P0 Reg. 12.50 and 15 Linen Suits Reg. 16.50 and 17.50 Linen Suits. $7.48 Reg. 18.75 and 20 dQ AQ Linen Suits P. All higher-priced. Linen Suits likewise reduced. Reg. 21.50 and n QQ 22.50 Linen. Suits. . . pZ?UO Reg. 23.50 and 25 Linen Suits.. Reg. 27.50 to 35 Linen Suits.. Linen Suits worth. to 45 for... $11.98 $15.98 $19.50 5.09 Silk Peitticoats monaay uniy j3fe J 'lavMraiffiBiB. t JMFvvS3YxVj& 'fiVJMgs. ammm&ssri m mmmws3mBBa OtfiUa l UWVst&S&mZE&i mmRsmum 'im&SSXSSSSmmm ImiO Taffeta Petticoats guar anteed to be pure silk. Colors are black, white, Alice and Dutch blue, greens, tan, brown, yel low and cream, "ev er before have we of fered such a silk pet- S3Vl'uu'u "'"ft-""' .v.ov. iA afi lar $5.00 petti- SsiSfettwi. flnafo "Xfrmz-loTT- , vvt,.r m oniy we orrer Sp them to you at c r ices LINEN DRESSES Besides linen dresses, all linene, gingham and percale dresses are included in the following lots. ' You will see that in most cases the reduction is more than half. What kind of a dress do you need? A simple little gingham morning dress, or an embroidered white linen for dress-up occasions or anything be tween the two? Come next week and take advantage of Clean Sweep prices. List week's selling of dresses was (heavy, but our stock is a large one, and next week there will be no disappointment as to color or size. 6.75 Dresses next week Dresses worth to 8.50 Regular 10.00 Dresses .. . 13.50 and 14.50 Dresse $4.45 15.50 and 16.50 Dresses 19.50 and 22.50 Dresses 23.50 and 25.00 Dresses Dresses worth to 35.00 0 oJ ,95 AH higher-priced linen dresses also reduced. Odd Lot Linen Suits Worth to $25.00 for $7.50 An odd lot of linen suits that must be sold they are in our way. Gome in white, lavender, green and old rose. Regular prices range up to $25.00. If your size is in the lot, it will be the biggest bargain you ever bought. Closing- out price next $& ? week V Special Window Displays This is the greatest opportunity ever presented for securing a complete suppl' of waists for every need. Hundreds of different styles, scores of different materials, in tailored and lingerie models; finest laces and em broideries; many exquisitely hand embroidered; open front, open back, frill effects; long sleeves, three-quarter sleeves, elbow sleeves; high necks, Dutch collars, V-shaped necks and everytliing that is new. Waists worth to 1.50, Clean Sweep price Waist, worth 1.75 and 2, Clean Sweep. Waists worth to (g Q 2.50. Clean Sweep. . P 1 07 Waists worth to 3.00, Clean Sweep.. .89 Waists worth to 3.95, Clean Sweep.. Waists worth 4.50 and 5, Clean Sweep. Whists worth to 7.95, Clean Sweep . Waists worth to 10, Clean Sweep... .MOTE We include the famous "Forsyth Style" Tailored Waists in Sweep Sale. $3.49 .85 95 Clean HP MWIm I WWiw Wafer rfI ww ruin ii iii mi i ii hi i n itn JEFFJ!ESi MAY SI at 3344 "Wabash avenue. McGuirk was armed with a rifle. When examined at the station, Mc Guirk said that he had lost 25 as a result of the figltf ai Rno but denied j that he had intended to harm Johnson. JIM JEFFRIES GOES TO QUIETXESS OF UAXCH Continued From Page One.) of returning to the ring: Some of his friends, however, are clamoring for an other fight and manager Berger inti mated today that he might hav,e an im portant statement to make on the sub ject soon. ar-ix rtiAicjEs effoim' to GET ATVJACK JOUXSOX Han a Rifle and Is Arrested hy the Chicago Police "While Trying to JForce HJs "Way Into John- jon' Home. Chicago, I1L, July 9. Richard Mc Guirk, a St. Louis machinist, was ar rested here late Friday after he had at tempted to force an entrance to the home of Jack Johnson, negro pugilist, Will Go to Catnlina for a Rest and "Will Then Hunt Deer In the "Mountains. Is Not Reading Papers. Los Angeles, July 9. Still moody downcast and silent, J. J. Jeffries ar rived home from his disastrous experi ence in Reno. Jeffries took pains to avoid letting many see him. -There was a crowd at the Arcade station awaiting the arrival of his train. He quietly dropped bit at River station with Mrs. Jeffries. H remained in town but 15 minutes, leav ing at once for his ranch at Burbank. "Jeffries," said Jack Kipper, "does not know anj'thing about the rumors of doping that have been flying about. j-He cannot see to read yet. He has not read a word about the fight and nobody has told him a word of all that has been said." Kipper himself scouts the idea that Jeffries was doped. However, he says the Dig fellow was not himself mentally fchen he entered the ring. "Worry ruined all Jeffries's chances," he declared. "Toward the last he re- oeived hundreds of telegrams from men who pleaded with him to win, saying he had to win, that they had bet their all on him. This sort of thing preyed on his mind. This dope stuff is all rot." ' After a brief visit to his aged parents Immediately upon his arrival, Jeffries left the city. He will remain at the ranch until today when he will start for Catallna islands, where if he does not change his mind he will pass a fort night or more, while his broken spirit and battered countenance are mending. After the Catalina trip he will seek the mountain fastnesses to hunt. deer. To get away from civilization, friends and critics, seems to be his main object. This big fellow refused to see anyone except his partner, Jack Kipper, and Sam Berger, whose mana gerial duties ended when Jeffries ceased to be champion at Reno on .he Fourth. Berger will accompanj' Jeffries on the Catalina trip. 1 by "Wnlliam Shaw, general secretary of j the United Society of Christian En deavor. I From mayor William J. Gaynor of J New York, secretary Shaw received the ' following letter: J "It is quite impossible for me to un ! derstand how it can enter any mind I that we are In danger of race riots in i the city of New York between blacks and whites. I -would also remind you that the government of the city of New York is a government of laws and not of men, and that I have no right at my mere will to prohibit anything. I see no reason to get excited at all. ' RAIL.RO vd news. STILWELLGETS MORE FUNDS FOR OfelENT MANY GOVERNORS AGAINST THE MOVING PICTURES Mayor Gnynor of New York, Declines to Take Steps to Present Pictures Belnp: Shovrn There. Boston, tI.l2u;s., July 9. Messages from ithe governors of Connecticut, Colorado, North Dakoto. Vermont and West Vir ginia, expressing sympathy with the movement to prevent the exhibition of prize fight pictures have been received Will at Once Close Gap Be tween San Angelo and Conchos River. Chihuahua, Mexico, July 9. Juan F. Trevino, local manager of the Kansas City, Mexico, & Orient railroad, who is just back from Mexico Citv. states that he saw there a letter from A. E. Stil well, president of the road, to S. W. Rider, the Mexico manager of the United States and J- --clean Trust com pany, in which Mr. StJlwell states that he has succeeded in raising $5,000,000 gold in England by sale of road bonds and that he purposes closing up the 365 mile gap between San Angelo, Texas, and the Conchos river in this state the first thing. Manager Trevino also ha -sa letter from W. W. Colpitts, chief engineer of the Orient road, ordering Trevino to get ready to lay steel on 25 miles of itrack, most of which is graded, east of the Conchos river and on 10 miles west of Sanchez station in the Sierra JMadres. This piece of road is about ready for the rails Contractor A. H, Hill has been wired for to return and resume grading east of the Conchos river. neetion with the Cloudcroft train but it will be necessary under the new sched ule to leave Cloudcroft at 2:40 'In the afternoon to make the connection. Pas sengers from the east will be able to connect with the S. P. train No. 9, the Sunset Limited, for the wett, under the new frchedule. No. 9 leaving at S:20 p. Miss Galhe Kendall, of 3030 Peri street, has gone to Los Angeles to visit her brother. Win. E. Kendall. l-i- CROFTERS MUST COME BACK SOONER NOW Change in Schedule Will Bring1 Passengers in at 7:40 Instead or 10:40. Another change in the Southwestern schedule on the arrival side of the time card will go -into effect on July 0, when No 33. from Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City, t ill arrive in El Paso at 7.40 p. m. Instead of 10:40 p. m. as at present. No. 33 will still make cou- PART OF TWIN BUTTES ROAD IS IN OPERATION A portion of the Twin Buttes rail road has been placed under the juris diction of the Southern Pacific and a mixed train service will be maintained between Tucson and Nogales by way of Tucson and Nogales railroad. The i P. jurisdiction extends between Tucson and Sahuarita, the junction point with the Tucson & Nogales road. The speed limit of 25 miles per hour Is placed on the service between Tucson and Sahuarl to and 15 miles per hour between Sahuarita and Calabases. Thme Twin Buttes road will make connection at Sahuarita on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays but will connect for freight on Tuesdays and Saturdays only. o NIGHT SWITCH ENGINE AT CARRIZOZO IS PULLED OFF The night switch engine of the Southwestern at Carrizozo has bet?n pulled off an dfhe hours of the &wich engine hereafter i 111 be between 5 a. m I Visitors Welcome! 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