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Telephone 2576 Telephone 2576 1 The EXTRA! EXTRA! SATURDAY NIGHT. 00 brs of Ivory Sop will be sold ttwHKTOW njgbt ireta 7 to , as is Bstwi Speekil at 8 bars for , (Limit 8 bars to a customer.) fNb telephone orders) (None delivered.) EXTRA! EXTRA! $1.50 TJNDERMUSLINS 88c. A splendid lot of undennuslins, embrac ing night gowns, drawers, corset covers-, petticoats and combinations. Made of nainsook muslin and cambric muslin; trimmed with Val and Torchon lace and embroidery. Garments in this lot are -wortb regularly up to $L50 each; Extra Special tomor- q row, any garment in the lot qQQ -ios ..-........ Extra Specials In Waists & Shirts tor Final Day Clean Sweep Sale $2.50 "Waists and Shirts 95c A saperb collection of waists and shirts, em- Tuaciag Geisha" tailored waists, all Vhite and with catered stripe. "Auto" tailored -waists, white and coWred effects. Madras and soiesette shirts. Iisgerie waists, high and low neck. Ptennefctte shirts, in light and dark eolorings. Begular values are up to $2.50; ft Pf Extra Special for the final day of 3C sale at, choice $1.00 Waists and Shirts 35c A splendid, assortment of waists and shirts, made of madras-, percale and gingham, in light and dark colorings. Values in the lot as high as $1-00; you have r choice tomorrow at JxJ $1.25 Madras Shirts 75e Sft shirts, made of madras, white with faney self stripe, good variety to choose from,' values to $1,25; Extra Speeial to- 7n $2.95 Spring Lingerie Waists $L95 Hew Spring lingerie waists, made of sheer liberie doth, daintily trimmed with French VsL laee. High neck with long sleeves, or low neck with short sleeves. Values to $2.95; Extra Spewal for the last day of tf -j QJ Cieaa Sweep Sale at P A New Initial Lawn Waists 95C Dainty waists made of nainsook lawn with sailor collar and short sleeves, embroidered initial on pocket; attractively priced QC - JlC .... - -..- $2.50 Gotham Shirts $1.50 The famous "Gotham" brand shirts, made of madras, mercerized poplin, Scotch flannel and other materials, in light and dark colorings, Talues to $2J0; Clean Sweep (f - J"f $3.50 Gotham Shirts $2.45 "Gotham" shirts, made of madras, Scotch and JJoraine flannels, come in stripes, checks, etc in light and dark colorings, values to $3.50; Extra Special to- 4jO A El morrow ;)erD Xtra! Xtral $8.50 Silk Waists $4.45 A superb collection of novelty silk and chiffon waists, also silk shirts. There k hardly anything you could desire in a sQk waist or shirt that will not be found in this offer. Values up to 58.50; Extra Special for closing day of Clean $4.45 Sweep Sale at, choice. . . . Sanitary Napkins Qui own brand of sanitary napkins, put up expressly for us, come one dozen to a box and the regular price is 50e the box QC Week-End Special DOC (Corset Section) "White House Values" in Muslin Drawers Drawers 25c Pair Women's full cut, full width muslin drawers, open or closed, embroidery or lace trimmed; "White House value" at per e pair mOC Drawers 35c Pair. Women's full cut, extra wide cambrie muslin drawers, open or closed, embroidery or lace trimmed; exceptional value at, per QC pair jOC Drawers 45c Pair Open and closed drawers, made of longeloth, munsook and cambric, embroidery or lace trimmed; extra "White House value" A C at; per pair tcO C Crepe De Chine Underwear Tomorrow we offer all our crepe de Chine underwear at a general Clean Sweep re duction of ONE-BOURTH. & The Ore $5.00 HAND BAGS $2.45. A splendid lot of leather hand bags, in black and colors, in cluding genuine seal bags, regular values up to $5.00; opeciai ior iinai aay 01 uean Sweep Sale Climax In Value Giving Closes Tomorrow Mght VKSFsSisSltei?' .a" SS&i SaSk Bj Safe "SsSsSSF atest Values Ever Assembled THIS is the final word! In bringing our Clean Sweep Sale to a Close tomorrow night, we do so with absolute disregard for regular price or real worth of merchandise offered. This applies particularly to ready-to-wear. We hope to close out tomorrow every coat, suit and dress that remains from the past season. In most cases in the items noted below the regular price is even more than we quote. After all is said, the real test of any item offered at a special price is the item itself, so come tomorrow arid secure the greatest values ever given locally. Women' s Coats $7.50 COATS $2.95 Chinchilla and cravenette cloth coats, in navy, brown, black and tan; f jr pi values to $7.50; priced for 3ft D final day of CleanSweepSale r B!n " v $10.00 COATS $3.95 Chinchilla and fancy cloth coats, in black, brown, gray and navy, gray with black collar and navy with gray collar, also black broadeloth coats, values to ij O f F $10.00; priced for final day 3g Jy3 of Clean Sweep Sale $12.50 COATS $4.95 Semi-belted and loose coats, new Winter styles, in chinchilla, broadcloth, zibeline, Melton cloth and striped materials. Have wide cuffs and velvet or cloth collar. Values to $12.50; final day d A F of Clean Sweep BTl73 Sale $15.00 COATS. $5.95 Coats of zibeline, boucles, striped, and fancy materials, in gray, tan, brown, navy and black; also stripes and fancies. Some have velvet collar and cuffs, others combi nations of velvet and cloth; some show the long collar stole. Val- T r f p ues to $15; final day of .D Clean Sweep Sale - $19.50 COATS $6.95 Coats made ot high grade materials, such as zibeline cloth, boucles, chinchillas, striped and fancy materials. They are semi-belted and loose styles the latest Winter models . with velvet and cloth collars. Come in black, tan, navy, gray and brown; also stripes and fancies. Values to d " g g to $19.50; priced for closing t) h day of Clean Sweep Sale T w' v Our Spring 'N addition to the incomparable Clean Sweep items offered tomorrow, we extend you a cordial invitation to see the Spring displays in ready-to-wear, accessories and the very latest in millinery. Toilet Articles 50c Melba Face Powder (all tints) 38c 25c Sanitol Cold Cream 15c 50c Hiker's Cream of Roses 38c 25c Lustr-ite Nail Bleach. .16c 10c Jap Rose Soap 7c 25c Woodbury's Face Pow der 17c $1.00 size bottles Pure Bay Rum 69c Sc Hair Nets 2c Invisible, thread hairnets, full size, all shades, our regular 5c nets; Week-End C Special C (Limit six.) 75c Belts 25c Women's leather belts, patent and other leathers, in black and colors, worth up to 75c; choice tomorrow for aOC 25c Handkerchiefs 10c A splendid lot of women's handkerchiefs, in linen and plain and crossbar lawn, some with initial, others Irish embroidered corners, worth up to 25c; choice tomorrow r for IOC $1.00 Boxes Note Paper 69c Hurd's new colored note paper, lawn finish, in pink, lavender and light blue, with the new envelopes to match; regular price 51 jq the box; Week-End Special OtC $1.25 Cape Tan Gloves $1.00 Medium weight, good quality cape tan gloves, one clasp, double seams, regular $1.25 gloves; Week-End J a ff Special pI.UU T0 A C JJATr S Tailored Suits At the Lowest Possible Prices Tomorrow, the final day of Clean Sweep Sale, we offer wBftt are positively the lowest prices ever quoted on stylish tailored suits. These suits are the .latest Winter models. The materials .are serges, whipcords, Bed ford cords, diagonals, corduroy and novelty suitings. Colors are gray, brown, black; also stripes and fancies. The corduroy suits come in black, navy and white. Suits up to $22.50; Final rfk O (To P1 Day of Clean Sweep ?J ffL HJHi Sale pJT Suits up to $32.50; FinaK sT TM Day of Clean Sweep Jfe (Je(J Suits up to $50.00; Final f 4 ( ff Day of Clean Sweep D.UU All other suits at equally as great re ductions. $10.00 Serge Dresses for $3.95 Stylish, well made serge dresses. Colors'' black, brown, tan, gray, navy and Copen hagen. They have high or low striped collar, finished with lace jabot and are trimmed with piping to match collar; have either three-quarter, or full length sleeves. These dresses are good $10.00 values; priced for the last day A - a pi oMJtara Sweep $0,170 . $6.75 Skirts for $2.79 Only a few skirts in this lot. They are made of checked and striped materials and corduroy. Come in white, brown and tan. High girdle effects. Values to $6.75; will be closed out tomorrow $- .- at the nominal price J - S Extra Specials N 25c Colgate's Rapid Shave Powder 16c 50c Stillman's Freckle Cream 36c 25c Euthymol Tooth Paste 15c 25c Lambert's Listerine. . .15c EXTRA! EXTRA! SATURDAY NIGHT 25c Holmes Fragrant Frostilla; Extra Special Saturday night p (7 to 9) IOC (Limit one bottle.) SOc Neckwear 10c In this offer you will find Dutch collars, made of lawn, trimmed with lace. Straight jabots of net and lace. Side frills of lawn and lace. Tailored stocks, with jabot, in several colors. The, values are up tp 50c; .- -.-. .you have choice tomorrow - B I BT $1.50 Neckwear 50c This offer embraces Lawn Dutch collars, trimmed with lace nd embroidery; with round, pointed and square backs. Straight, jabots in net -and lace. Side frills of lawn and lace. Macrame collars, for coats and dresses, in several designs. Large not bows trimmed with tiny rosebuds. Large lace collars. Low neck lace chemisettes, with elastic belt. The values are up to $1.50; tat r you have choice tomorrow H If at. '.. .. ........... Displays B EXTRA! EXTRA! 75c KNIT VESTS AND PANTS 35c Yomen's ribbed cotton vests and pants, med ium and heavy weight, in cream or gray, regu lar and out sizes. These garments gy p are worth regularly up to 75c "&" each ; Extra Weed-End Special w v w EXTRA! EXTRA! $3.50 CREPE DE CHINE PETTI COATS, $4.75. Tomorrow, as an Extra Special, we of fer a limited number of the new "Slim Princess" silk crepe de Chine petticoats. They come in white, pink and light blue, and are beautifully trimmed with Torchon, net, Val. Cluny or Bohemian lace. Values lace. Values yj a P7P rday only at. t ' to $8.50; an dal for Saturday only ; A Clean Sweep Sale of Corsets at Prices That Will Interest You Corsets for $1.00 These are Royal Worcester, C-B a la Spirite and Warner's corsets. They arc low, medium and high busts, with extra long or medium long hips; all have good hose supfarters. They represent values to $1.50; d1 f( Weed-End Special, choice P A V J $5.00 Corsets $1.50 Discontinued models in Redfern, Bon Ton, Lily of France and ilodart corsets, values up to $5.00; will be closed out to- (J -t tZf morrow at, choice vl iJJ $10.00 Corsets $2.95' Another bargain offer in high grade corsets, such as Bon Ton, Redfern, ilodart and Lily of France. These are also discontinued num bers. They are made of imported coutil and worth regularly as high as $10.00. d sy Q( choice tomorrow for P2'0 Extra Specials in Flannelette Kimonos For tomorrow, the closing day of Clean Sweep Sale, we offer two Extra Specials in flan nelette kimonos. These kimonos come in floral and conventional designs, in gray, tan, lavender, navy, red pink nd light blue. Both loose and belted styles are offered. Regular $1.00 Flannelette Kimonos; 69c 98c Clean Sweep Special Regular $1.50 Flannelette Kimonos; Clean Sweep Special Extra Specials in Silk Petticoats Tomorrow, the final day of Clean Sweep Snle, we offer extraordinary values in silk petti coats. In the two lota noted below there are fully 100 different styles to select from fancy flounces, plain flounces, jersey tops, etc They come in every imaginable color, includ ing blacks and whites. Silk Petticoats, values to $3.95; Clean Sweep Special , Silk Petticoats, values to $4.95; $3.79 Clean Sweep Special , Jewelry Novelties 95c At the nominal price of 95c we give you choice tomorrow of jewelry novel ties worth as high as $5.00. The offer embraces Hat Pins, Coin Purses, Drink ing Cups, Vanities, Earrings, Mesh Bags, Bracelets, Jewel Boxes, Bead Necklaces, La Vallieres, Brooches, Bar Pins, Lockets, Photo Frames. Fan Chains, Pearl Beads and many other pretty things. Prices range regularly up to $5.00; fp you have choice tomorrow M Special Sale Hose Tomorrow we offer unusually attractive spe cials in all kinds of hose. You should lay in a generous supply of hose tomorrow at the following prices: ALL 25c HOSE l9c.PAIR ALL 35c HOSE 29c PAIR ALL 50c HOSE 39c PAIR ALL 75c HOSE 59c PAIR ALL $1.00 SILK HOSE; SAT URDAY 79c PAIR ALL $1.50 SILK HOSE; SAT URDAY $1.29 PAIR ALL $2.00 SILK HOSE; SAT URDAY $1-59 PAIR ALL $2.50 SILK HOSE; SAT URDAY $1.95 PAIR The above prices are for Satur day only. The New Parasols When you come tomorrow, be sure and see the new parasols we are showing, especially the new "Palm" shapes. In El Paso LONG WHITE KID GLOVES $1.65. 16-button length white kid gloves, with 3 clasps at wrist, these are splendid quality gloves and there is a d " f? C good size range; Week-End Special, pair J A V0 NATIONS' "FULL FED BEEF NOT RANGE BEEF IS WHATJOU BUY HERE Saturday Specials Veal Shoulder German Pot Roast, lb. Li'jC Loin Pork Roast, lb. 17c xr .. , ... D.L C lyattons rure r wi bulk or link, per lb For the Sunday dinner we otfer Home Dressed Turkeys and Spring Chickens. Fresh Oysters received daily. THERE is nothing produced in the United States todav in the way of a health food that compares with Uncle Sam's Breakfast Food. We announce the arrival of a fresh shipment of this cereal, and another is en route. This breakfast food is the real doctor bill dis courager and we will mm REPORTED ON IHE CEMILtCatarrh (Continued from page 1.) spite of the rebel activities In the north. Bishop J. C. Bentley, o Colonla. Juarez, accompanied by J. J. Walser, Ernest Hatch. Alonzo Taylor and 35 other settlers In the Mormon colonies left Friday for Columbus. N. 3L. where they will cross and so to the Mormon colonies, to care for their homes, -which were abandoned at the time of. the Mormon exodus. NEW ORLEANS ARMS FIRM IS INDICTED New Orleans, La., Jan. 31. Indict ments chareins- conspiracy to violate the neutrality laws in connection with the proposed shipment of arms and ammunition valued at $200,600, to Mexican insurgents, were returned to day Dy the United States grand Jury against members 6f the firm of A. Baldwin and company, of this city, a large importing house. Other persons were indicted also, but so far no names have been made p.ublic The munitions, due to activities of an agent of the department of justice, never left New Orleans and are stored in a warehouse. They are said to represent a part only of purchases totalling $500,000 made here and In New York by agents of the Felix Diaz revolt of last summer. REBELS GET CATTLE FEDERALS EXPECTED A small heavd of beef cattle was seized by the rebels at the overhead bridge Thursday night, the Juarez folks say. TSe cattle were being driven to Juarez for the federal army when the entire herd of 20 cattle were rounded up by the rebels, and driven ofC to provision the army of Salazar. The overhead brides Is 12 kilometers south of Juarez. MOVE UPON JUAREZ REBEL RUSE, 'TIS SAID Douglas, Ariz., Jan. 31. It Is re ported here from rebel sources that faalazar's advance on Juarez was a ruse for the purpose of drawing into the town as many federals as possible to leave the way open for an advance west into Sonora- It is said here he probably will be in the western state within the next few davs. WILIj HOLD CARROSCOSA. FOR AN INVESTIGATION Aristoco Carroscosa. said to have been commisariat for the rebels at Guadalupe, who was one of the men arrested bv the United States troops at the Fabens bridge, will be held. pending an Investigation of his arrest by the department of justice. Carros cosa was one of the men said to have been arranging for the taking aoross of the three wagon loads of supplies for the rebels, which were seized at Fabens. Concealed in the supplies was a. small quantity of ammunition, it is said, and it is this the government Is investigating, as a vloaltlon of the neutrality law. The others who are being held at Fabens will probably be released as there is nothing upon which they can be held. The wounded Mexi can who was shot by the rangers will recover and will be released REBELS DE3USD GOATS rrrwvr. FROM BIG HACIENDA Washington. D. C t,rS Phillip E. Holland, at Sa"1"0- Mlc. reports the nearby town of. Vlwcal Is threatened with a rebel attack. The SbdSSer VcnUo-Rodrlguez ha. .de manded that the hacienda deSalado. in San Luis PotosI produce 2000 goats so t he may feed his 1500 revolutionists. LCilY GROCERY Es W 1 COMPANY PHONES 5053098. , JUST, RECEIVED . CAR LOAD'OF LEVY'S BEST FLOUR The flour that made us famous. We guarantee absolute satisfaction, or money refunded. Nothing better milled. 241b.sack 90c J 481b.sack $1.75 Try a sack of this flour and be convinced. V m Roast, lb. Home Dressed Hens, lb. 20c uuuoug, s Attention Dyspeptics Uncle Sam's Breakfast Food will make you happy be headquarters tor it. SUBE WAY TO BANISH Breathe the Soothlas Healing Air of the Australian Encalrptna Fareats NATURE'S Ottb Cnrc NO HARMFUL DRUGS IN BOOTH'S HYOMEI Get rid of catarrh start today core It without pouring into your stomach a vile and unpalatable nostrum. HY OMEI (pronounce it High-o-me) cures catarrh in nose or throat, and does it by such a simple and pleasant method that thousands who have been cared are glad to recommend It. Just breathe HYOMEI, and Its sooth ing, medicated and antiseptic properties will come in direct contact with the in flamed parts, stop the discharge, drive out the soreness and heal the membrane. JUST BREATHE THROUGH THROW thi HYOMEI is made of Eucalyptus com bined with other antiseptics. Breathed through the inhaler It destroys the per sistent catarrh germ. A complete outfit. Including Inhaler, bottle of HYOMEI and simple Instruc tions for use. $1.00. Separate bottle of HYOMEI, If later needed, 69 cents, at druggists everywhere. For catarrh, coughs, colds, sore throat. Booth's HYOMEI 13 guaranteed. Kelly & Pollard guarantee it Adv. SHERIFF REPLIES TO COURT'S CHARGES Santa Fe. N. M.. Jan. 31. Chaa. C l Closson. sheriff of Santa Fe county, is appearing oeiore me supreme court OI New Mexico . to answer to con tempt proceedings which were filed against him about 10 days ago charging him with allowing Ricardo Alarid to run at large five different times, in defiance to a com mitment issued by the supreme court. The case has not been decided yet, but in his answer, which Closson filed this morning, he presents specific reasons for each of the instances mentioned in the complaint for Alarid's being at lib erty. Closson Is represented by O. C Catron, son of senator Catron, and Chas. A. Spiess. of Las Vegas. Repb llcan national committeeman. ASSERTS "REIGN OF TERROR'' EXISTS IN MINERS' STRIKE Washington, D. (X, Jan. 31. A "reign of terror" at the ore- mine workers' strike at Mineville. N. Y., is charged In a report to the American Federation of Labor by Jos. N. Carmon. a union or ganizer. "Mounted and foot police and fore men," he declared, "are breaking into the homes of the strikers and com pelling them to go to work at the point of guns. Some who refuse are ethrown into jail. "JUAREZ, THE ANCIENT." "Juarez, the Ancient" Is the subject ot a sketch in the current number of the Texas magazine, written by Nor man M Walker, of El Paso. The sketch is illustrated with views and photo graphs of Juarez characters. UNUERSEU. AH. OTHERS 204-206 E. OVERLAND ST. ?jgia yywEttri Tui5i tSt-wAX - iiwy 'The Store of Service"