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3e FRO-YHY-IC-TIC TOOTH HRUSIIRS (SOFT, MEDIUM, HARD ASD EXTRA HARD) ; WBHK-BND BXTRA SPECIAL 3e
Th v & a.fm in &&$ $mi& riaa&Zs
Week-End Specials Well Worth While
'HIS week the volume of our Wee-End Specials is somewhat curtailed, hut the values are materially increased. In many sections only
one item is advertised, but uou will find distolaued manu others eauallu as attractive as the one noted here. Our Saturday business con
tinues to increase as the season advances, and when you consider carefully such values as the following you can easily understand why.
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Velvet and Q -
Corduroy Dresses p IsD
Stylish velvet and corduroy dresses are feature
for tomorrow, being offered at the nominal price
of $o. They come in navy, wine, taupe, brown
and black. Some are Norfolk style, others are
tailored effects with military collar, and there are
still others with satin coHar and girdle and lace in
tha. sleeves. Sisee from .16 to 44. These dresses
ar regular, 150 and I&50 val
ues; special tomorrow
at
p UD
Black Coats $4. 95
Coats made of black doth that looks like blaek
broadcloth. Have shawl collar and wide revere
trimmed with satin, cuffs are velvet trimmed, and
there is a row of large velvet ocvered fawctons
down side of back. These eoats come in all sues,
and are exceptional values at the regular priee,
which is $750. On sale tomor- s g-rcM
only S4.i? 5
Demonstration Tomorrow ,
(by an expert from New York)
of "Mary Garden" and "Riker's"
Toilet Preparations
You are cordially invited to attend
Week-End Specials'- Toilet Articles
25c Eu thymol Tooth Paste, g 50c size bottles Lambert's 0
(Limit one tube) . . . i . . . IOC Ligterine (Limit one) O T C
25c jars Colgate's CoM P 50c Levy's Lablache Face qj.
Cream (Limit one) .. .. IOC Powder (Limit one box) ..OOC
NO TELEPHONE ORDERS
v EXTRA! EXTRA! !-w
Quadruple Silver Plated Bon Boh;
and Almond Dishes 29c : :-
Vhipcprd Skirts $1.95
We offer tomorrow an extra good value in skirts
&t $1.95. They are made of whipeord, in tan and
gray. High girdle with serai-belted effect and
darted back. Trimmed with large self covered
buttons. These skirts are just as stylish and look
just as well as most skirts you
see priced up to $5.00. Week
End Extra Special at . . .
.$1.95
EXTRA! EXTRA!
Long Kid Gloves $1.69
Saturday only we offer dainty bon bon and almond dishes for only 19c. ' These
dainty dishes are quadruple silver plated and there are five diffengt styJesr
to choose from one style with handle. You need Jxm bon, and at-,Tg 'ipi'-'
hhmhI dishes for your Thanksgiving table, so get them tomorrow,! y
Saturday only they will be oa sale at '
EXTRA SPECIAL
Iceland Fox Sets p 9. 95
Tomorrow at the nominal priee of $9.05 we offer
a limited number of white Iceland fox sets.
One of these sets would make the nicest kind of a
Christmas gift! Set consists of shaped scarf and
pillow muff, trimmed with animal heads and tails
and lined with good satin. Sat
urday only, a limited number
snly, at
$9.95
Tine stmKty imported lambskin gloves, foil lfi-button
length, m tan and white; Extra Special
Jer tomorrow only,
per pair . ,
(Limit one pair)
$L69
$2.00 and $2.50
Hand Bags $1.50
Black Angora goat seal and sealette hand bags, several
styles to select from, have gun metal, German silver,
French gilt and self covered frames, moire and leather
linings, coin purse or vanity fittings.
Every bag offered is a $2.00 or $2J0
value; Week-End Extra Special at
$1.50
Gingham Aprons 25c
Another shipment f those 25e gingham aprons. Come
in light Hue, pink and navy. Hound all
around with white tape. On sale
tomorrow at
25
c
$2 Sweater Coats $1A5
An Extra Special embracing over 32 dosen women's
wool sweater coats. Single breasted with roll or high
collar: two nockete. Come in aH colors fast a p
and are regular $2.00 values; Week- S'J zA.
End Extra Special' "
'Children's Belts
Chtbiren's patent leather Buster Brown belts, 2 inches
w3e, coine in red, white and Mack, with g p
aiesa.1 buckle, regular 25c values; Week- I ff
J$s Extra Special A J"U
EXTRA! EXTRA!
50c Hat Pins 10c
Tomorrow we offer fancy hat pins, fully 500 , f
in the lot, values up to 50c, as a Week-End f I If
Sxir Special at choice for JLM
Invisible Hairnets 3c each
Pull sixe invisible hairnets, both with and with-
oat elastic, in all shades blond, auburn, black, ""
brown, etc; Week-End Extra Special, each -r
The Biggest Array of Bona Fide,
Millinery
Bargains
That Has Been Brought
Out This Season w
r,-
n OTH ihe Mam Floor and Mezzanine
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milliner thai are far out of ihe ordinary.
In callmg your attention to these values.
e "manl to impress on you that nothing offered k undesirable or shop-,
s&rn. On the other hand, it is bright new merchandise, seme of ,
Whci has not been in the store a "meek. On accoant of the great num
ber of items offered, the descriptions are necessarily brief. But, if
you will visit, either our Main Floor or Mezzanine Millinery Section
tomorrow you will feel amply repaid for your trouble in ihe values
yea secure.
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'THE STORE OF SERVICE."
$4 SILK VELVET TOQUES 1.49
The latest Fall shapes in silk vel
vet toques, trimmed in satin
Dueheese; $4.00 val- rt - q
ues; on sale tomorrow P X 7i7
$8.00 OSOMMED HATS $2.98
Just 50 stylish hats, including val
ues up to $8.00; you tfJO QQ
have ehoiee tomorrow Pu0
UNTRIMMED WHITE FELTS
Untrimmed white felts, new dress
shapes and saijor effects; Week
End Special, (U -a rf
TJNTRTMMED FELTS 5Dc
Untrimmed felts, in all colors;
Week-End Special, Cf
choice OUC
WILLOW PLUMES HALF-PRICE
Just 100 beautiful willow plumes,
in blaek and white only, will be
offered tomorrow at just ONE
HALF THE REGULAR PRICE.
$4.00 STREET HATS 95c
New street hats, all stvles and
colors, values to $4.00;
Week-End Special at. .
OSTRICH FEATHERS 50c & 95c
Unfinished fancy ostrich feathers,
values up to $3 JO; spe
cial at 50c and .
$10.00 TAM HOODS $3.98
Seal plush "tarn hoods, trimmed
with hand embroidery, applique,
etc., values to $10.00; you have
ehoiee toraor- J? Q QQ
row P3e50
$5.00 VELVED SHAPES $1.98
Silk velvet shapes, in all styles
and colors, $5.00 values; on
sale tomor rf -f qq
row pi.yo
$3.50 VELVET HATS $1.79
Blaek velvet hats, in large picture
shapes, $3.50 values;
EXTRA! EXTRA!
$1. 75 Wool
.. Cashmere Pants $1.29
... 'Odds and ends of women's strictly all-wool cashmere
pants, ankle length, medium weight, -a g y
woth regularly $1.75 pair; will be I J W
closed out tomorrow at, pair r
Union Suits $1.00
x Our $1.00 union suits are extra good values. They are
medium weight and pure bleached, made from selected
maco cotton. High neck, long sleeves
and ankle length. Our special
pnee
$1.00
$1.79
95c
95c
on sale tomorrow.
VELVET SAILORS
Black velvet soft crown sailors,
three specials are offered, the first
at 89c, the second at rh QQ
$1.39 and the last atJ 1 .Oi
VELOUR CRUSHERS
Silk Telour crushers, trimmed in
unfinished ostrich and silk cords;
Week-End A pq
Special tPioDi
$15.00 TAILORED HATS $5.98
VeJour tailored hats. Gage and
Fisk models, values to $15.00; on
sate tomor
row
$5.98
$1.00 Corsets for 79c
As a Week-End Extra? Special we offer $1.00 OB a la
Spirite corsets for 79c. These are made of coutil, with
lace-trimmed top, well boned and have good hose' sup
porters. Come in models for slender, medium p
and stout figures. Regular $1.09 C-B a la I4f
Spirite corsets; Saturday only for . .'.
EXTRA! EXTRA!
$3.00 Silk, Chiffon and
Lace Waists $1.95
A particularly attractive special for week-end shoppers
-embracing' allover lace, chiffon, China and messaline silk
waists. They are high neck, long sleeve rf p
models, lace or self trimmed. Regular Hk 1 t
values to $3; Week-End Extra Special . P
Christmas Handkerchief
Special
These are dafntily embroidered, strictly aH-lraon hand
kerchiefs, suitable for Christmas gifts, worth -. -
regularly up to 25c each; speekl Saturday 1 hp
only at W
(Limit six)
25c Silk Cotton Hose 17c
"Glorictta' silk cotton hose, fast black, made m
with double sole, heel and toe, our regular 25c lf
hose; Week-End Extra Special, pair '
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'THE STORE OF SERVICE."
MAIL, ORDKItS FILLED.
"TUB STORK THAT SELLS "WOOLTBX"
SEE ARCADB DISPIVY.
PABLO KSOANDON RBLHASKD.
Hexioo City. Mex, Nov. IB. Pablo
Bscandon. a wealthy rancher and for
merly governor of the state of More
'os. was released from the penitentiary
today owing to a lack of evidence con
necting him with voluntarily aiding
he adherents of the rebel Zapata, with
rhieh he was charged.
A Fighting
Cook
"I feel like s fighting cock"
k tke expression of the man
with an active liver he
tackle his work with vim
he k successful nine times
out of ten you will find he
futt's Pills
which have been used by a
Bullion people with satisfac
tory result. At your drug
gist's sugar coated or plain.
MOEE ARRESTS BY
MILITARY OFFICERS
Felipe Cazaros, paymaster under the
rebel leader, Inez Salazar, is a pris
oner at Fort BIIse today, making the
third arrest by the military in the
Juarez attack expose. Cazaros was
arrested last night at Las Cruces, N.
M.. and brought here early today in
an automobile.
Jose Cordova, secretary to Gen. Pas
coal Orozco, is now being held as a
military prisoner at Fort Bliss, accord
ing to advices received by the Mexican
secret service here. Cordova was ar
rested in Albuquerque Wednesday and
was brought here and taken to Fort
Bliss, where he Is being eonfined in the
guardhouse, the secret service men say.
Another revolutionary leader was ar
rested in the plaza Friday at noon by
officers from Fort Bliss and taken to
the fort as a military prisoner. No one
knows who the man was and the of
ficers refused to divulge his name. A
count of revolutionary noses is now be
ing made to discover which of the
fighters for liberty" is missing since
Thursday night.
COL. LAZAKO RELBASBD
U3TDER BOND OF S1000.
Col. Lazaro Alanis, who has been in
the county jail on the charge of con
spiracy to smuggle ammunition to
Mexico, has been released on a bond
of $1000, pending the calling of his
case at Santa Fe on December 2. It is
alleged thai Col. Alanis, one of the
rebel commanders, attempted to cross
ammunition over the New Mexico- border.
TJNDHRSBU,
ALL
OTHERS
LFlY GROCERY
Ik-- W 1 COMPANY
Few Suggestions
HEW SHELLED ALMONDS, lb. ... '.....60c
XEW HUTS Filberts, Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Pinions, Peanuts! Pecans.
Hew Dates Hew Figs Stuffed Dates
Imported Spiced Anchovies Boiled Spiced Herring Holland Herring
Extra Fine Dill Pickles Sauerkraut Vinegar Pickles
Oh. es m Bulk Pickled p , Feet
, REBELS ATTACK'AND
MENACE FEDERALS
Mexico City, Mex.. Nov. 15. One hun
dred federals on their way from Pu
ebla, in the state of Mexico, to the re
lief of Tepeji, 10 miles south, are men
aced by Zapatistas, who ambushed
them at Barranca Honda. Trainmen
who escaped report that the federals
lost IS men killed and that the others
are hard pressed.
Six hundred rebels, under Tuerto
Norales, attacked Huchuetla, state of
Puebla, which was defended by rural
guards. Most of the defenders, with
the commander, Jose Rosette, went over
to thej-ebels. Rosette was made a col
onel in the rebel ranks.
Engagements have been reported at
various other points the federals win
ning with the fewest casualties.
FKD1SRALS UBTAKE TOWS
131 STATE OF XUBVO LISOX
Monterey, Mexico, Nov. 15. Word has
reached here that the federal soldiers
sent out from here over a week ago
have retaken the town of Mier y No
riega, in the southern part of Nueo
Leon.
The town was taken by a band of
nearly 100 rebels about two weeks ago,
and since that time has been under con
trol of rebels under a leade named
Exiquio Kguia. The regular town of
ficials were reinstated by the soldiers.
There are rumors here that Col. J as.
A. Robertson, of this city, former owner
of the News, and promoter of large in
terests in this country, is to be am
bassador to this country under Wood
row AVilson's presidency. The- rumor
has strength in that Col. Robertson has
for many years been a friend of Wm.
J. Bryan.
AMMUNITION IS
SEIZED IN JUAREZ
Ammunition smugglers continue ac
tive In spite of the American border
patrol and the presence of the federals
in Juarez. Friday morning federal sol
diers discovered a number of boxes of
cartridges in the bottom of an alfalfa
wagon which was being hauled through t
i" streets or ine .Mexican town, near
the plaza. The ammunition was seized
and the driver arrested. It is thought
that this was a part of a general plan
for smuggling ammunition to the rebels
south of Juarez.
SCRIP TO BK CASH.
All outstanding registered Jury scrip
will be equal to cash in February, ac
cording to county treasurer J. D. Pon
der, and holders of the scrip are ad
vised to keep it until that time.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That is LAXATIVK BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day,
Cures Grip in Two Days. 25c Adv.
Heating Staves Every Size and Price.
Laurie Hardware Co., 9 Mills St.
Majestic Ranges.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mill's St.
A snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
EASTERN GRILL
Mar Chew, Proprietor,
will open Sunday. November 3rd. a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
3nll Entrance throuph mun (lining
room
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The El Paso
and Southwestern
System
Lv. SI Paso 7:30 P.M.
Lv. Douglas 6:40 A.M.
Lv. Bisbee 6:50 A.M.
Ar. Tucson 11:00 A.M.
Announces the Inauguration
of Through Train Service
Between Ei Paso and Tuc
son on November 20
on the Following Schedule :
Lv. Tucson 6:20 P.M.
Lv. Bisbee 9:15 P.M.
Lv. Douglas 11:00 P. M.
At. El Paso 7:00 A.M.
Train will consist of baggage-mail and coaches between SI Paso and
Tucson; Cafe-Parlor-Observation car between Douglas and Tucson; Stand
ard electric lighted Pullman sleeping car between El Paso and Douglas.
EUGENE FOX, General Passenger Agent.
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A Satisfactory
Sunday Dinner
It seems that more importance attaches to
the Sunday Dinner than any other meal
of the week. For that reason we make a special effort
to offer each Saturday everything the market affords
in Meats, PooJtry, Sea Foods, Fruits and Vegetables.
Special Attention
k directed to our offerings tomorrow in Home Dressed
Turkeys. Ducks and Spring Chickens, also all kinds of
Fish and Oysters (Eastern).
Saturday Meat Specials
Oven Pot Roast, Pork shoulder roast
12 1-2c lb 20c lb
Home dressed hens Cala Hams f68 fc)
18 1-2c lb 15c each
Delicatessen Department
This Department offers a varied menu
of appetizing items for the Sunday dinner
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Saturday the Last Day But We Intend
To Make It the Best of Our
Fifth Anniversary Scde
"Tremendous crowds even for Kress has been &e
way they have crowded our store all this week.
Now let everyone come tomorrow and take ad
' vantage of the fact that there will rbe, something, jn
some department for every customer.
Many items not usually on our counters Among
them you will find vn&t.
Large Decorated Turkey Platters, each...-. &c
Large Medium and Small Turkey Boasters, each. .25c
Galvanized Goal Scuttles, each 25c
Handsome Plauen Lace
Collars, value to $1.50,
each 25c
All Silk Taffeta Bib
bon, wide VFidibs,
yard ..&a 10c
Handsome Decorated Jardenieres, each... .... 25c
Beautifully Painted Salad Bowls, each 25c
Burro China Barome
ters, tell the weather,
each 25c
Many New Patterns in
Chinaware,
each 15c
All Silk Men's Pour-in-Hands, each 15c and 25c
Toy Department Just Overflowing with New Import
ed Toys - 10c, 15c and 25c
At 9 a. m., Wash Bowls
and Pitchers, each
piece -vr 25c
At 10 a. m., Dolls' Fold
ing Go-Carts, $1.00
value, each .-.-.-, 25c
At 10 A. Mn Useful, Practical l?ood Choppers, each 25c
At 3 p. m., Aluminum
Photo. Frames, Ink
Stands, etc., value 69e,
each 25c
At 4 p. m., Children's
Sewing Machines, only
sale of these before
Xmas, each 25c
Watch "Kress" Windows.
Our Prices Are Lowes
Buy For Cash and Save Money
1 5 lb California Potatoes for 25c
1 5 lb California Onions for 25c
Fresh Kansas Eggs, per doz 30c
Lady Arundel Tomatoes .(none so good). 3 cam for 25c
Swiss Cheese, per lb 30c Brick CW, pec lb 30c
Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per lb 25c
Limburger Cheese, per lb 25c
Pure California Table Claret, per gal ". . 65c
Pure California Sweet Wines, per gal 75c
Lion Grocery Co.
Phones 2424, 2405
109-11 S Stanton St
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