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Combining White Sale Items
and Week-End' Specials
OUR store programme for tomorrow is most interesting. Of course, the White Said
is the big attraction. In addition, we ofier our usual attractive Week-End Spe
cials. The catalogue below is most convincing. Tae time to read' it.
White Sale of Undermusiins '
SI. 25 muslins 75c SI. 75 muslins 95c
Night gowns, pettieoats, corset covers,
drawers, combinations and princess
slips. Made of good quality nainsook
and muslin; trimmed with lace, ran
broidery, rows of beading and ribbon.
ValHesia this lot up to ?l-25 per
garment; January White y g
Sale ."C
Night gowns, combinations, drawers,
corset covers, princess slips, chemise
and petticoats. Made of best grade
nainsook and muslin; trimmed with
lace, embroidery lace veining and rib
bon run beading. Values up to $1.75
per garment; January QP
White Sale 70C
Night gowns, drawers, chemise, petti
coats, combination suits and princess
slips. Made of nainsook and muslin;
trimmed with lace and embroidery.
Gowns ar.e high neck and slipover
styles. They are worth regularly up
to ?2.0fl each; January
White Sale
For One Day Only
Sale of Skirts
$495 Skirts $339
Tomorrow only all our 4.95 skirts
will be on sale at $3.36. This em
braces all the newest styles and most
wasted colors, in whipcord, serge,
corduroy and fancy skirtings. One
day only choice of our Q QQ
?4o skirts for pO.55
$735 Skirts $438
Mi onr $7.95 skirts will be on sale
tomorrow at $4.95. There is a wide
range of choice in styles and ma
terials, kwteding whipcords, corduroy,
Bedford cords, serges, fancy mixtures
and striped novelties. All colors in
cluding grays, ttfas, browns, navy,
black and white. Both regular and
out sizes. Any $7.95 skirt can be '
boaght tomorrow for djvf QQ
......... jcJ
$22.30 Tailored
Suits at $10.00
'THERE are just 20 suits hi this
special. They are plain tail
ored and fancy styles, in women's
and misses' sizes. The coals have
good satin linings. It Teill pay you
to investigate this offer. If you can
fbid your size il Tvill he the biggest
value in a tailored suit you ever
bought. Prices range regularly to
$22.50; special ai
Xtra! Xira!
White Silk
Petticoats $1.79
Tomorrow, as a White Sale
Extra Special, we offer just
50 white silk petticoats at
the nominal price of $1.79.
These petticoats are made of
good messaline, and have
fancy flounce. Offered to
morrow only and only 50
in the lot for
PER fe,
(We must limit one to a
$10.00 Skiits $6.39
One day only all skirts in values to
' $10.00 are offered at 6.30. This is a
very large assortment embracing all
the sew colors and materials. The
. selection of styles is very large. Sat
unlay only aay skirt dJ QQ
ap to $l0Jd for j0.3t7
$7.50 Serge Dresses $4.39
A limited number of stylish Berge
dresses are offered tomorrow at the
above attractive reduction. These
dresses come in navy, black, maroon,
green, tan and brown. They are
trimmed with satin, lace and fancy
buttons. Regular values J a a
to $7.50; special Satur-Hklg. -If
day only at "
(.We mast Emit one dress to a eas
terner.) $1.25 Cape Tan Gloves $1
Heavy, imported, cape tan. gloves,
wrist length with one clasp, double
seams, gusset thumbs, these are
sphmdid wearing gloves and worth
$l36 pain Week-End d fl A A
Special i I oUU
Black Cotton Hose 25c Pr
Heavy Maeo cotton hose, with double
soles, heels and toes; OC
per pair ....muC
While Sole Hose 35c Pair
Heavy quality, white sole, black hose,
with double soles, heels and toes;
35c per pair, 3 pair ( -a A A
Out Size Blk. Cotton Hose
Out size medium weight block cotton
hose; special value at, per gy
pair uuC
Xtra! Xtra!
$1.50 Corsets
"Kojal Worcester" ' corsets,
splendid models, made of
coutil, wtih low and medium
busts, extra long hips, six
supporters. These are our
regular $1.50 "Royal Worces
ter" models; a White Sale
Week-End Special at
NOTE. All Winter Sails are no&
being offered at greatly reduced
Coat Specials
Coats at $735
Full length coats of chinchilla and
black cloth. The black coats have
sealette collar and cuffs. The chin
chillas come in brown and gray; they
have large shawl collar and wide
cuffs made of plain color ( fj AC
eloth. Special values at..V' .tO
New Black Coats $750
We have just received, and will show
tomorrow, a special shipment of full
length black cloth coats. These are
straight line coats. Have large" shawl
collar, Dircetoire revcrs' and wide
cuffs, trimmed with velvet and braid;
large velvet and fancy &? C A
buttons. Special at p oOU
$22.50 Coats $15.00 White House Showing of
Special attention is directed to a
large rack of coats, in all materials
and styles, value to $22.50; now
si!g...fr:ef. $15.00
NOTE All Winter coats are now
greatly reduced in price.
Flannehlh Kimonos 79c Is Wel1 Worth SeeinS
Long flannelette kimonos in floral
designs in ligh- and dark colors.
Made with shirred and belted backs.
Extra Special
35c Knit Mufflers 1 5c
Bi-Co knit mufflers, in black, white
and colors, regular 35c values; Ex
tra Week-End IP
Special IOC
75c Outing Petticoats 45c
"Cold weather" petticoats, made of
gooji qualily striped outing, finished
with hemstitched or scalloped ruffle,
values to 75c; Week-End
1 fif J
$150 Union Suits $1.00
"Viola" and Munsing bleached cotton
union suits, heavy and medium
weight, high neck and long sleeves,
worth to $1.50 a suit; ? A A
Extra Week-End Special V 1 .UU
$12.50 to $25.00
Fisk, Gage and
Hats $2. 75
At the uniform price of
$2.75 you now have choice
of every tailored hat that
formerly sold at-prices rang
ing $12.50 to $25.00.
Hats at $1.00
If you need a "general
utility" hat and only cans
to pay "next to nothing"
for it, we direct your at
tention to the tailored hats
we are now selling at $1.00.
These hats sold in regular
season up to $12.50.
Extra Size
A FEATURE of our present
" January While Sale are extra
size undermusiins, for large Tvomcn.
We call special attention to
Extra size night gowns, high and
loy nec styles, trimmed rvilh em
broidery and lace; While Sale
prices $1.25, $1.45 and $1.75.
Extra size combinations, embroid
ery end lace trimmed; While Sale
prices $125 to $2.45.
Extra size petticoats, embroidery
and lace trimmed; White Sale
prices $1.25 to $2.45.
Slim Princess Petticoats
"Slim Princess" petticoats, made of
good quality muslin and nainsook
muslin, finished at the bottom with
plain scalloped edge or narrow ruffle
of Swiss embroidery, values to 75c;
a White Sale Week-End A J?
Special at frO C
Corset Covers and
Drawers 25c
'Corset covers and drawers, made of
splendid ,' quality muslin, trimmed
with embroidery and lace; they are
extra special T JJ
value at mOC
White Sale of Corsets
We continue to close out all discon
tinued, numbers in Bon Ton, Royal
Worcester, Lily of France, Modart,
Redfern and Warner's corsets. Note
reductions below and 4o not fail to
investigate tomorrow.,-- y
Corsets worth to $4.00; bow. ,;-.L75
Corsets worth to $5.00; now 52.50
Corsets worth to 6.00 now $3.00
Corsets worth to $8.50; now 54.00
Corsets worth to $10.00; now. ..$6.00
All-Linen Handkerchiefs
10c Each
Women's pure linon, plain hem
stitched and initial handkerchiefs,
really worths double; White Sale
Week-End Special 10c
eaca, or per aozen w x. i
Sv? -3fajr sjA Hill
Week-End Specials
' Toilet Articles
25c Colgate's Rapid Shave
Powder Vjc
25c Sanilol Tooth Powder. .16c
50c size Daggett & Ramsdell's
Perfect Cold Cream 37c
10c flexible nail files 5C
50c Lablache Face Powder 35C
50c Madame Ise-Bell's Face
Powder 36c
25c jars of Colgate's Cold
Cream . 16c
Lotions for Chapped
Hands and Lips
50c Hinds Honey & Almond
Cream 33c
25c Jergen's Benzoin & Almond
Lotion 16c
25c Holmes Frostilla 18c
25c size Colgate's Pure
Glycerine 16c
25c Mentholatuni i8c
5c jare of Pure Vaseline ... .3c
50c Cuticura Ointment 39c
35c Hazeline Snow 29c
$1.00 Combs 69c '
Large, heavy, black rubber
dressing combs, with all coarse
teeth, regular $1.00 values;
Week-Bnd s(
Special OUC
1st Specials
$1.25 White Waists 89c
Waists and shirts, all white, made of
madras and cordeline, prices range
regularly up to $1.:3; Extra QQ
Week-End Special 02C
$1.00 Waists 39c
Waists and shirts, made of gingham
flannelette andnKdris, in blif6k'arf8
white effects and light colorings.
There are waists in the lot worth as
high as $1.00; Extra Special jn
tomorrow, choice . 5C
$1.50 Flannelette
Shirts 95c
Gray flannelette shirts, plain and
fancy striped, fast color, values to
?1.50 Week-End q .
Special ..." J73C
$1.50 Madras Shirts $1.19'
Madras, soiesette and linene shirts, all
white, values to $L50; d fl 1 Q
Week-End Special & 11U
$4.00 Taffeta Shirts $2.45
Black taffeta silk shirts, regular
$4.00 values; Extra Special for Sat
urday only
afrr.r. $2.45
75c Jewelry Novelties for 25c
You have choice tomorrow at 25c from a splendid assortment of jewelry
novelties. The assortment embraces
Brilliant set bar pins
Pearl cuff buttons
Mesh bags
Pin sets
Pin seal, morocco, suffron, walrus and matt seal hand bags
large, edium and also small shapes with gold, gun metal,
silver and leather covered frames. They are lined with
Jeat&er or hk anl have com purse or vanity fittings. Reg
ular values up to $7.50; Extra Special for (fro ng
Saturday pJ.c0
'The Store of Service"
Pearl bar pins
Silver bar pins
Gold bar pins . Fancy hat pin3 Earringa
Beauty ps Fan chains Bon bon dishes
La vallieres Jet brooches Jewel boxes
Bend necklaees Fancy brooches Pin cushions
Satin flower hat pins Black bar pins Gold beads
These articles are worth up to 75c; tomor- O f
row you have choice for . ,( 4& C
Tn connection with White Sale we offer a special demonstration
(with free fittings) of the celebrated "Bon Ton" and "Royal Wor
cester" corsets. Miss Kocnig, whom we secured specially
for this demonstration, is one of America's foremost cx-
tert corsetieres. Her advice and experience are yours for
the asking. Consult her tomorrow.
(Continued From Pare 1.)
In progress, he aid. which would
make of El Paso the metropolis .of the
southwest, and advocated everyone
working to that end. He pralBed may
or Kelly and the city administration.
The speaker said that when the profits
began to accrue from the city water
works It would result in a lower water
rate. In conclusion he congratulated
the organization in asking- such an ad
ministration to succeed itself, and ex
pressed the hope that it weuld be as
Sf inthe election of aldermen for
trie new government as was evidenced
in the past.
vS? 5.1, Pnso Politics Seriously.
TT.if7.;i Uer? precinct chairman In
SjfS?- ?ark; whlafa, he .said, was
Swat vn.?ck!nK.element a"3 "has
wf w wrong," said that politics
mitSrf 2ch- .He mde reference to
SSi?".. , Sala- which appeared in
newcomer laimed that they gave the
ferker'y"1 Glared' El-intli-est
iE nffan onBht to take an
WANTED- an experienced shipping
clerk, also salesman. Must have good
references and city experience. None
other need apply.
Identifies himself with an organization
ought to be given the -credit for good
faith. I am with the present organi
zation because it has identified itself
with every movement that promoted
what was best for the city. This is
the time of progress. An organization
is particularly valuable: The organi
zation stands for definite things, is
composed of sincere men. who get
riled when their motives are ques
tioned." Value of Organization.
The speaker stated that the citizens
of Highland Park had recently organ
ized an Improvement society similar
to that of the Alta Vista club, and
what organization meant was becom
ing known to them. He concluded by
saying that no one could put his fin
ger on a single man In the community
and say he was grafting. He said
that he favored polling the blggeet
vote this time that ever put a set of
men in office.
Judge Adrian Pool wanted to put
into effect a plan which would secure
the payment of poll taxes of persons
who would vote "right." He said that
a special effort ought to be made along
these lines. At his suggestion that
precinct meetings be held every night
during the week, a committee com
posed of J. S. Curtis, H. G. gchaef f er and
Tom Newman was appointed. Arrange
ments were made for precincts Nos. 1,
S and 3 to meet Monday nights; 4. 6
and G Tuesday nights: 7. S and 9 Wed
nesday nights; io, 11 and 12 Thursday
night: 13, 14 and 15. Friday nights:
16 and 17, Saturday nights.
Among Those Present.
m.ng th., i i . s. nt were Mayor
Kelly. Adrian P 1, jf the corporation
court. lr -w, H i- 1 rs...n, citi health
J officer: C K. Brownlie and J. T. Grant.
neaun ornciais; c. v. Jj'asselt. city
clerk; H. JU English, city sewer com
missioner's office; I E. Behr, citv tax
assessor and collector; Dave Sullivan,
deputy, and G. Brooks, clerk In that
office: W. J. Hadlock. sewer commis
sioner; Teddy Bartlett, building in
spector; A. A. Murdoch, city auditor,
and H. G. Schaeffer, assistant city au
ditor; M. Maloney, city plumbing in
spector; H. O. Dow, sanitary office;
Charles Stapleton, city time keeper;
polic chief L N. Davis: W. Stubble
field, polioeman; J. A. Escajada, dis
trict clerk; H. R. ATcClintock and
James J. Murphy, justices of the peace
Roy Barnum, county auditor; Will i
Watson, county tax assessor; John
Cain, deputy county clerk; P. R. Price,
county attorney; Stanley Good, ir
deputy sheriff: Jim Conklln: B. B. El
fers, Billy Smith, and others.
During an intermission, O. T. Gillett
gave some excellent imitations of do
mestic animals "down on the farm."
Cnrd of Thanks.
I wish to thank the many friends
and the B. of It E. for their assistance
and kindness during the illness and
death of my son, O. T. Ford. Respect
fully, Mrs. L. E. Ford.
Hotel Paso del IVorte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte excellent service.
About oni hundred rolls of slightly
damagtd cuarantood rooflns at half
price, gamier Lumber Co.
The American Bank and Trust com
pany will open for business Saturday.
Ix J. Davis, state bank Inspector, has
arrived here from Austin with the
charter for the new banking house and
everything will be arranged for the
bank to open in the rooms formerly oc
cupied by the American National bank,
which was 'consolidated with the First
National bank.
W. E. Race, superintendent of the
city waterworks, is still mourning the
luss of his buggy. The horse and buggy
were stolen from In front of the water
works office on Franklin stieet add
Mesa avenue on Dec 31. The horse
was turned loose and walked back to
the stable, but the police have been
unable to locate either the buggy or
the harness.
Palms will grow in El Paso ey,an
when the mercury drops as low as It
did during the past few days. Inspec
tions made by park commissioner It, E.
Harris disclose the fact that all trees
and plants In the city parks have with
stood the cold. No trees have been
killed by the frost sc, rar as can he
determined at this time.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Ward's Pharmacy
600 N. tanton. Phones 16 and 897.
Nowhere Like Nations
For Good Things to Eat
Saturday Specials
As usual we offer tomorrow most attractive specials
in both the Meat and Grocery Departments.
You vMlfind here tomorrow Home DressedSprings,
Geese, Ducks and Turkeys.
Fresh Oysters Received Daily.
Specials on Canned Fruits
Canned Table Fruits "FKekengers" ancl Gold
Leaf" are being offered for tomorrow at .prices
that should induce you to lay in a season's supply.
Telephone 2576
Boarding and Day School. All Grades. Primary through High School.
Winter Term Begins Tuesday, January 7.
Cae la Outgrowth of Dlnpnte Over Pas
session of Four Year Old
Son of Fallens.
County judge A. S. J. Eylar entered
a $26 fine against L. O. Full en, who
was on trial Thursday In the county
court on a charge of aggravated as
sault, preferred by his former wife,
Mrs. Dorothy Bowman Fullen. There
were two cases against the Roswell, N.
M. attorney. In the second case, judge
Eylar entered an order of not "guilty."
The two cases of aggravated assault
filed against O. O. Awren, Mr. Fullen's
attorney, were dismissed by the judge
finding the defendant not guilty.
The settlement in the case occurred
Thursday afternoon, when Mr. Askren
took the stand as a witness for the
defence. The prosecuting attorneys
and those representing the defence,
shortly after the witness detailed the
circumstances connected jwlth tracing
William Fullen. the four year old child
over which it was alleged .the charge
resulted, held a consultation lj$tbe
judge's office. Later judge BylaSwas
called in. He came out shortly and
made the entries on the dodkeL
Following the disposition of the
county court cases a settlement was
effected in the $12,000 damage suit
filed by Mrs. Fullen in the 41st dis-.
trict court against Askren. The suit
was filed shortly after the attorney
was arrested on a complaint charging
him with aggravated assault. A judg
ment for $150 in the damage suit was
entered for Mrs. Fullen.
Mules & Horses
For Sale
2ar extra fine, large, broke. Must
Jell quick.
. . Aston
Court House Wagon Yard.
C H. Lee has sold his home, at 909
Montana street, to E L. Robinson for
$9500: The lots have a frontage of 42
feet on Montana street and are occupied
by a modern residence.
uaouiUSI'VU, --r. lbU. IV. 1UC
safety fears were entertained here,
wired news of her arrival at Guanta-
Chairman Happcr Notified That War
Department Approves Larger Fort
Bliss Dill.
The war eepartment favors the
Smith bill for the enlargement of Fort
Bliss to a regimental post. J. A. Hap
per, chairman of the chamber of com
merce committee for the enlargement
of the post, has been notified that the
report of the war department on the
proposal to enlarge the post had been
favorable. This bill calls for an ap
propriation of $450,000 for the con
struction of buildings at the post.
The bill was referred to the war de
partment by the committee on military
affairs and was favorably reported
upon by the department when it was
sent back to thecomrnittee for final
Sngar Increases 10 Percent In 10 Years
While Advance in Steaka Is From
53 to 105 Percent.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 10. Soaring
prices of foodstuffs are pictured in a
new set of figures compiled by the
United States department of labor from
its investigation of the cost of living
in 39 American cities.
Between August 31. 1911, and August
31, 1912, potatoes were the only thing
reduced in price.
The figures showing the advance In
prices djirlng the last 18 years show
the following increases:
tsucar, 6 percent; butter, 34; Milk.
35; flour, 35; potatoes. 46; eggs. 47;
lard, 57; hens, 59; sirloin steaks. 53;
ham, 63: rib roast, 63; corn meal, 64;
round steak. 86; smoked bacon, 100,
and pork chops, 105.
Cinolnnatl. O., Jan. 10. Four frater
nal insurance associations have been
mulcted out of nearly 3300,906 In the
last six years. It was declared by the
police, through a gang of swindlers
that ha8 played on the credulity of Sla
vonic immigrants. This revelation fol
lowed the arrest of William Vokalek,
who, the police say. made a confession.
In the confession, the police declare.
Vokalek named several New York men
as members of the alleged conspiracy.
Their names have been given to gov
ernment Inspectors, who are investigating.
Ward Pharmaer
600 K. Stanton. Phones 16 and 897.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
City water Is to be supplied in Morn
ingside Heights. Mains eight and 10
inches in diameter are being laid by th 3
Newman Investment company at a cos:
of $15,000.
Only One Way
To Stomach Health
Eat Three Meals a Day and Let
Stnart's Dyspepsia Tablets Digest
Them. The Stomach Soon Re
covers After This Brief Rest.
The very worst thing you can do is
to starve yourself to overcome stomach
misery. Make your meals just as com
prehensive ss possible. Use Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets freely for awhile
and all trace of stomach trouble will
be gone. Dieting is a fallacy. The in
tensive farming and gardening of the
presentday forces such quick results that
our dietary is lacking In the quantu
of flesh-forming elements of former
days. Thus we get a surplus ot
During the cold snap only three
breaks occurred in the city water
n?ans. However, there were a great
many small service pipes ownaS by
private owners which became fitwen
up and bursted-
Burt Orndorff of the Sheldon has
gone to San Antonio to attend the
annual meeting of the Texas Hotel
Keepers' association of which he Is
vice president. Mr. Orndorff -will at
tempt to have the next meeting come
to xii raw.
J. R. Hilliard. of Coyote. Tex., shipped
six hortx-a through El Paso to Elgin,
Aris., Friday morning.
Dr. J V Held, of the bureau of ani
mal industr has gone to N'aco Ariz.,
to inspoi r .m importation of cattle
W O IUT"! a . ittlt- min of Dt ri
ver, i: I iu lu M- xiean ittle.
Yon can Make Every Meal Feel Saag.
starch; meats are often despoiled of
much of their nutritive quality, the
soil is depleted of the amount of vege
table salts it ought to have. We do
not obtain the natural ripened fruits
and vegetables hence the stomach re
quires assistance to digest an overa
bundance of fibrous material and take
care of fruit acids that Nature had no
chance to convert into grape sugar. So
we need more pepsin than the system
can supply, more diastase, more of the
natural tonic and preservative proper
ties which ripened vegetation shoui i
five us. This deficiency is made up In
tuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and is -'"-only
way to have stomach-health un
der modern conditions
Try just one box and ou will never
want to be without this wenderfu,
ri medy for stomach troubles. Stuart s
I'pepsia Tablets contain an ingredi
ent one gra'n of which Will digesc
i.H giains f fiKd. Ihey are so en
tirely harmless because they have ab
solutely no effect on the system on.'
way or another except to do just the
one thipu diK. -t food
Ker lru -.'ore -tils arJ re.ou
nen K t"u:, I' M-psia Tablets, lhe.
lTj.i l ' ci'i 1 ' box AdV.

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