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'Women TOILET ARTICLES Extra Specials Se bottles Noa-Spi 39c 6c Hooey and M- mond Cream 35c 20c battles Peroxide 5c Se Cuiieura Ointment 37c IS c bottles Peroxide, regular 2&01 size, for 16c Me battles Pure Witch Hazel 39c lie Slate Sisters CaewHi bac Cream 36c Sfe Sisters Tiseee Builder 36c Me Ietr-te Nail Bleaeit 16i Jfcdk PerfiMaes, all odors, that sell regularly for 60c aa essee; Extra Special tomorrow 33c 5 Cream of Boees 37c 1M swe bottles river's Toilet Water, all odors, for 69c 25c 5c boxes of black 'Beauty Spots 18c bottles Lambert's LfeteriHe 36c AH kinds of hand and sail brashes, worth to age; Extra. Speeial tomorrow 10 AH loads of hand and naM brashes, worth to SSer Extra Speeial to- morrow 15, Opes bad: complexion brushes at 25c aad 50c Regular $1.00 Hughes' "Meal" rubber cushion hair brashes; Extra Spe eial to-morrow 69c Tooth Powders and 'Pastes 2e Saaitol Tooth Powder 16c 26e Dr. Grave's Tooth Powder 17c 35c Calox Tooth Powder , 19c 36c K.kksecker's Tooth Paste , 17c 2Se Batipaol Tooth Paste 18c 36c Saaitol Tooth Paste - 16c See Buhifeaai 17c SSe Colgate's Deatal Cream 15c Shop by Parcels Post All Orders Sent Prepaid No Exceptions )" The Store of Service" See the Arcade for New Spring Styles and Week-End Specials Mail Orders Sent Promptly Week-End Specials for Washington's Birthday FOR tomorrow's selling we have selected what We believe will bethe best list of season able offers to be found in El Paso. .Particular stress is laid on the Garment Section, where you will find some early-season "White House values" that .are really remarkable. As a feature for Washington's birthday, sou mirs will be given all children' accompanied by their f. :is or an older person. Notice of this is given below. Crepe Dressing Sacques 89c Short dressing sacques. made of faney washable orepe, in light aad dark colorings, nicely finished and regular $1-00 OQ values; Week-End Special .OJC $3.95 Silk Kimonos $2.85 Fancy silk kimonos, -n Persian, floral and Oriental designs, in light and dark color ings; trimmed with satin. These are our regular $3.95 silk kimonos; offered for Saturday only d0 OC $3.95 House Dresses $1.89 Neat, pretty dresses, made of percale and gingham. High and low neck styles. Come in stripes, cheeks and figured effects, also in solid colors. Values to di QQ $3.S; Week-End Special t$ 1 .02 $6.95 House Dresses $2.95 Tissue and gingham dresses, in a variety of styles, self trimmed and fancy trimmed. Come in stripes, checks and crossbar effects, ia pink, blue, black and white, lavender and two tone effects. Values dJO QE to ?6.96"; Week-End Special V Linen Dresses $4.95 Fancy linen dresses they are the natural linen color with ebecked effect in assorted colors. Tiey are new Spring dresses, trim med with ratine. Will wash nicely. All sises. A "White House value" &A Q C New Lingerie Waists 95c Dainty waists, made of lingerie cloth, trim med with shadow and Val lace. High neck and low neck styles, with three-quarter or full length sleeves. "White House value" at 95c We afeo offer splendid values in tailored waists and shirts at 95c New Foulard Waists $3.75 Wehave just receiveL and will show to morrow, waists of satin foulard, in navy blue with Oriental motif design. These waists are made with Robespierre collar and three-quarter sleeves, and are trimmed with faney buttons. They are sot only very pretty, bat will prove very serviceable. At tractively priced at ?3.75. New Silk Shirts $3.95 Of particular interest is the display oiflor row of new shirts and semi-shirt styles made of pongee and silk. The pongees are natural color; the others cream ground with colored hairline stripe. These garments are perfect-fitting and superb value at 3.95. See them tomorrow. Gingham Aprons 25c These aprons are made of splendid quality fast color gingham. They come in pink and white, light blue and white, navy and white and black and white checks. They are made with bib, which fastens at back of neck, and are taped all around. Special value at 25c Allover Gingham Aprons 75c Allover aprons with kimono sleeves, belted back and one pocket, made of fast color gingham, and are a special "White House valae" at 75c 75c Crosses 38c 11-4 to 21-2 inch crosses, in gold, silver and black, worth to 75c; Week-End Spe cial 38c Extra! $3.00 La Vallieres $1.00 A sample lot of la vallieres, in many dainty designs, including Oriental and Balkan ef fects. They are worth up to $3.00; an Ex tra Special for tomorrow at, choice $1.00. t Extra! $4.50 Mesh Bags $1.00 Gennine sterling silver mesh bags, small styles with skeleton frame, values up to , $4.50; will be closed out tomorrow at, choice $1.00. Jr. up . George Washington Hatchets FREE for the Chil dren Saturday rpO help the cliildren celebrate George Washington's birthday Be are going to give away o morrojB) 500 George Was hj-n gton hatchets. These hatchets will be given only to children and only tshere the children are accompanied by an adult Bring the children to "The White House" mih yod to morrow. Come early, as Tse have only 500 hatchets. ew Bulgarian Embroidered Collars 25c GPECIAL showing will be made tomorrow 'of these new col lars. These are round Dutch col lars, made of sheer batiste and lawn, embroidered in the rkftly colored Bulgarian designs. Priced at only JSP B&Sb. A&k m& 9 Sale of Sample Neckwear Our New York of fiee recently pur chased a manufacturer's sample line of high grade neckwear. This neckwear has just reached us and will be on sale tomorrow at just one-half what it would sell for reg ularly. This is high grade neck wear, mostly hand embroidered goods, and there are no two pieces alike In the offer you will find Dutch collars, collar and cuff sets, linen' jabots, laee jabots, linen stock collars, rever collars, eoat collars, etc All offered at jnet one-half what it would sell for regularly. You should not fail to take advantage of this opportunity to secure high grade neckwear at a remarkable reduction. 75c Mesh Bags 45c German silver mesh bags, with drawstring top, regular 75c values; 1 Week-End Speeial, 46e. m9 ubberizea Loots for $2,95 Pull length rubberized auto arid rain coats, in tan only; offered tomorrow (J O QP at a very low price vPoaO Fancy Net Dresses $4.95 Embroidered net dresses, for women and misses. The waist is a Gibson Bertha ef fect, skirt is a double flounce effect, and dress is finished with piping and sash of silk. Skirt has an extra net d f QP drop. "White House value" at. J)t,.lD Pongee Coats $9.95 Pull length coats of Shantong pongee silk, made with semi-belted back and are good for either automobiling or traveling. Come in natural color, with collar and cuffs of brown or Copenhagen satin. j? Q O E "White House value" at Va7 i?0 $4.95 Wool Skirts $2.95 A group of stylish, serviceable skirts, in serge, whipcord, two tone and novelty ef fects, in white, brown, navy, gray and black. Values to ?4.95; Extra Speeial (ft QE Undermusliris 95c We call special attention to our showing of undermoslfas at 95c We pride ourselves that the garments we offer at this priee are better made" and better material than , you will find elsewhere. There is a full ' range of garments high neck and slipover sight gowns, chemise, corset covers, petti coats, drawers, combinations and slips. They are all new garments, fresh' and crisp. Made of longdoth, nainsook and nainsook mus lin; nicely trimmed with embroidery and laee. Extra value at 95c TJndermuslins $1.45 Tomorrow we will offer a great variety of undermuslins at the attractive priee of $1.45. These are all new, clean garments, made of muslin, nainsook and longeloth, eleverly trimmed in French Val, Cluny, shadow laee and German Val. In the lot you wil find high and low neck night gowns, "Slim Princess" petticoats, corset covers, drawers, combinations and princess slips. All attractively priced at $1.45. Crepe De Chine Underwear Combinations and night gowns, made of the bfct washablecrBpe de Chine, daintily trim med with lace, come in pink andifght lue. f. These garments are worth more, but we offer them tomorrow at a special price of $4.95. 5c Handkerchiefs 38c Dozen Women's full size hemstitched lawn hand kerchiefs, three styles, crossbar, plain with satin stripe border and plain with drawn work border. These handkerchiefs sell reg ularly for 5c each, 60c per dozen; Week End Speeial, per dozen 33c. Men's Handkerchiefs 10c Men's hemstitched lawn handkerchiefs, ex tra large and extra quality, will be on sale tomorrow at, each 10c 15c Hose lie Gauge lisle seamless hose, in blaek, white and tan, double sole, this is a splendid 15c hose; Week-End Special, per pair lie (Limit six pair) 75c Hose 39c A speeial lot of hose, in broken she ranges, which we wish to close out. It embraces sBk boot, lisle cotton and. embroidered hose, in blaek, white, tan and colors. Worth to 75c per pair; you have choice tomorrow at 39c Guaranteed Silk Hose Phoenix guaran&sed silk hose, in black, white and tan; per pair 75c Long Chamoisette Gloves 50c Kaysers real imported chamoisette gloves, 16-button length, in white and natural; Saturday, per pair 50c m "WEEK-END SPECIALS Toilet Artictes ' FACE POWDERS 50c Pozzoni's Complexion Powder 36c 50c LaWaehe Faee Pow der 35 25c Lavie Face Powder 19c 25c Dresden Face Powder 18c 75c Japanese Honeysuckle Face Powder 49 c 50c Melba Face Powder 36c 75e Bradley's Face Pow der 49c 50c Ziska Faee Powder 39c COLD CREAMS 25e Colgate's Cokl Cream 17c 50c Morning Dew Cream 36c 50c Malrina Cream 38c 50e GeMta Cream , 36c - 75c Cremc Armei-- 48c 50c Kiatbo Cream 37c 25e Pond's Extract Van ishing Cream 17c TALCUM POWDERS 25c Mennen's Talcum Powdec. 15e 25c Williams' Talcumf Powder 15c 25c Golf Queen Takum Powder 15c 25c Squibb's Talcum Powder . 19, 50c Djer Kiss Takura Powder 23c Xtra! Xtra! Regular 5 Aer-Cel wash cloths; Extra Special tomorrow 3c (limit three) Ivory Clocks 95c White ivory clocks, in dainty new designs, eaeh one 'warranted to keep good time, or your money will be refunded. Special Satardav 95c Japanese Air Fern Sets 95c Tomorrow we will have on sale our last lot of Japanese air fern sets. Each set consists of ever lasting Japanese air fern, brass fern dish and mir ror. The special price for the complete set is 95c REBELS Tl ACCEPT lit Ml E (Continued From Pass 1.) elements. Sale of public lands on easy payments will be asked. This statement Is official. "We will demand the fulfillment of the land grant clause before taking any sides in the matter," said Manuel L. Lujan, former rebel emissary to Washington, who returned late Thur day from the rebel camp below Juarez. He spoke for Gen. Jose Tnez Salasar, rebel commander in chief, who controls more than 2000 troops now in -he field. "Mexico cannot stand another revolution." declared Lujan. "It would ruin the country. No matter how un satisfactory the present situation may be, we will try to satisfy the popular demand by political rather than armed strife " Gomez's Position Not Clear. The relation of Emilio Vasquez Go mez, who announced his claim to the provisional presidency before Gen. Huerta, was not made clear. Senor Lujan said that Gomes' was with Sal- azar. "While the rebel chief had ac cepted the Gomez claim, it was hoped to adjust that in event that Huerta's cabinet would give guarantees that the public lands, particularly of Chi huahua state, would be -distributed according to the former promises of Madero. It was said that a concrete plan would be offered Huerta by a rebel delegate who will leave within a few days for Mexico City. Aldape and David de la Faente. On the trip to Salazars camp, Lu jan was acompanied by Manuel Gar za Aldape, named at Mexico City as minister of agriculture. Aldape said he would deliberate before accepting the offer. Neither Is it certain that Col. David de la Fuente. Salazar's chief of staff and Gomez's cabinet member, will accept the cabinet po sition offered by Huerta. 1'alomaj Customs House Opened. Another manifesto has been issued from the rebel headquarters of Emilio Vasquez Gomez under date of Febru ary 19. Jointly with J. Tnez Salazar, subsequently of the interior, he des ignates the customs house at ?a lomas, ChL. as of the third class and open for international traffic from this date. Goods are to be valued at 50 percent less than formerly when imported. Duties are to be collected and entries made according to the present federal customs. Garza Aldape left last night for San LPIV GROCERY Eb W 1 COM FANY ALL OTHERS PHONES 5053098. 204-206 E. SSETtflA! Spread Winner Flour Regukr $8.25 100 EiVlL3 24 lbs. 75c 48 lbs. $1.45. OVERLAND ST. lbs. 25c 3 Case for Sahnoa Strictly Fresh Eggs, P r d- 7 Le-sys Special Blend Coffee, per lb Ettle3 Kjugbuxy's Jam or Preserves Above goods are regular 25c article. 25c 25c 50c J Antonio, Texas, where he expects to receive a direct communication from Gen. Huerta regarding the cabinet of fer. So far he has refused to commit himself Jn either accepting or refusing the position. Orozco Invited to Conference. Fascual Orozco. jr.. has been called to Mexico City by Felix Diaz for a con ference with the successful revolution ist. The message was sent to Col. Fas cual Orozco, sr., at Nuevo Laredo Thurs day. and was transmitted to EV Paso Friday morning for delivery to Gen. Orozco in the field. A courier was sent with the message to Orosco's camp in the district of Bravoa, south of Juarez, where he is be lieved to be in company with Mar cello Caraveo, near Chihuahua. The message from Orozoo's father said that he had been Included in the invita tion from Diaz and that both, he and his son were In perfect accord with the Huerta-Diaz government. Conference at 1'nlomns. A conference of rebel chiefs has been called at Falomas at once to consider the plans for the cessation of the north ern revolution iand the acceptance of the new government. Manuel Lujan, head of the revolutionary junta here, is authority for this. Lujan returned from the Ojitos conference Thursday nisrht. after hftvinjr a talk with Gomez. David de la Fuente and Salazar. He says that he is now waiting for tele graphic authority to call the Palomas conference at which final decision will' be made as to the future of the revolu tionary party in the north. , Lujan says that the expression at Ojitos Thursday -was all in favor of Peace, providing the land policy of the new government Is satisfactory to the northern rebels. Gomez Opposed to Peace. From other sources it is said that Gomez opposes the recognition of the Huerta government and is urging Sala zar to fight, as he feels that he has been left out in the cold on the new deal. But Salazar is reported to have refused to continue the revolution, at least for any personal reasons, preferring- to Quit, as he says he is tired of iifrht!nr Tlie land police which the north, rn rebels will insitt upon provides for the PoaUng of a loan of from 5,0W,m to ? 10,000,000 with which to purchase large tracts of land and sejl them to the people on long term payments cov ering SO years. Gonzales 3Iust ItcKlRn. Another nrovisinn nf mn with the northern rebels will be the resignation of governor Gonzales at once. "This will be one of the principal conditions upon which the revolutionists will agree to lay down their arms." Lujan says. Gonzales Is held to be an enemy of Poor and rich alike in the state of Chi huahua. Orozco Alive On January 15. A mining man of Farral, who has just come from Mexico, says that about Jan. 16 he was in the camp of Fascual Oroz co. jr.. about 40 miles northwest of Jimenez. Orozco had with him about 200 men and entertained the miner and tis party for about two hours. The mining man says he has known Orozco for years and could not possibly have been mistaken, and that if be Is dead he has died since the 15th of January. Orozco was nursing a badly swollen knee, which was getting better but nad been bothering him then for two months. "What of Salazar? Revolutionists in El Paso say that while Salazar has expressed his desire tp retire from the field, they believe that he will be induced to take his men and go south to oppose Zapata and ins 'urce ii salazar accepts ana z&paia re fuses to accept the Huerta government They do not think that Salazar will ac cept the position of governor of Chi huahua in place of Gonzalez, even pro visionally, as they say that he is not , capable of handling the affairs of the state government. The rebels here consider the appoint ment of De la Fuente and Manuel Garza Aldape to the cabinet as a substantial recognition of the northern revolution by the government The Huerta cabinet is a Diaz cabinet, since Huerta is the selection of Diaz for the pro isional presidency pending his own election This was the method pursued l Ma dero in selecting De la Bar-1 t- pro vision il prisident ' VIdnpe to Solie iJind Problem. j Manuel Garza Aldape. t' i w nun- J ister of agriculture, was appointed the E! Paso rebels say, to solve the 'land problems of the Mexican people and to adjust the land holdings to the sat isfaction of the northern rebels. He Is In accord with the plan of purchasing lands by the government and salCng them on long term payments to the people. This is the plan advanced by the northern rebels and will be accept able to the government, they say The rebels will be Incorporated into the rurale corps of the north, the reb els here say. Salazar will be made ehlef of the northern rurale district, if he desires it, they say. and all of the soldiers who wish to serve until the lands are allotted will be given positions In the rurale corps of the north. OIinVESB'AItR SPARBD. Chinese in Mexico are safe and have not been molested. Mar Wing Kee mayor of Chinatown, received a telo gram from ambassador Woo Chunr Yen. at Mexico City, saying that an Chinese were safe and conditions were again normal. " wc Nowhere Like Nations For Good Things to Eat WTtlGHT now, when many other markets are furnishing customers with stringy, range beef, Nations' customers are getting the choicest stall fed product. Not only in meats, but in the vegetable, fruit, grocery and delicatessen de partments you will find the best every day in the week- ' Saturday Specials NATIONS' HQME CURED BACON, lb :...- 25c GERM OVi. CHOICE MUT ROAST TON LEGS 15c 3b. 15c lb. VEALSHOUL- HOME DRESSED DER ROAST HENS 17 1-2clb. ' 20c lb. For tomorrow we wfll have We receive daily extra ehoiee an extra choice supplv of lobsters, oysters sad ether sea spring ehkkesa and turkeys. foods. TEL. 2576 MADERO TRIED A (MEXICANS GET TO TRICK THAT FAILED l THE BORDER FB2ST "Use Domestic Coke. Southwestern Fael Co. $7 and $11 FOR Suits & Overcoats AT TnE $15 Clothes Shop 107 SX AVTOVIO ST. Harris Krupp, Prop. Wanted to Make Mexico Rally to Him to Stave Off Intervention, bat Taft Called His Hand. Washington, D. O. Feb. 2L The resignation of Francisco L Madero as president of Mexico not only clarifies the situation in the disturbed republic so- far as the United States is con cerned, but lays bare a deep-laid seheme on the part of the retired of ficial to maintain himself in power. It developed that Madero's appeal to president Taft not to intervene was in tended to secure a declaration from this government which would line no I Mexicans federals and rebels behind Madero to resist American invasion. Historic Precedent. In a way, this action was similar to the plan recommended by Seward when secretary of state to Lincoln, under which the United States was to inaugurate a war against Europe and thus arouse a state of patriotism for the common country, north and south. Lincoln refused to take the course sug gested by Seward and confined him self to efforts to suppress the rebellion. Lacks Lincoln's Wlndom. -Madero bad not the wisdom of Lin coln and his retirement was the result. It appears, according to telegrams from rear-admiral Southerland and other sources, that Madero flooded Mexico with, dispatches announcing that the United States was assem bling military forces for the purpose of occupying Mexico and appealed to federals as well as rebels to stand behind him in maintaining the integ rity of the country. Plays Intervention Rumor. Following the circulation of those reports, Madero telegraphed to presi dent Taft that be bad been informed that the United States "has ordered, to set out for ports of- Mexico war ves sels with troops to disembark and come to this capital to give guarantees of safety to Americans," and that the disembarkation of troops would cause a conflagration and terrible conse quence of more extent than the ones we have to contend with at present." Nailed by Taft. Had president Taft faUed to indi cate In his reply that the United States was not contemplating Inter vention , but was relying upon Mexico itself to restore peace and order, un doubtedly Madero would have taken advantage of the absence of any such assurance to use the note as proof cf the reports he had spread. Posse Parsains; Bandits Arrive la Time to See Them Escape "With, the Stolen Horses. Alpine, Texas, Feb. XL The sheriffs posse, "which has been trailing the Mexicans who looted the Hancock. Ha ley and Cotter ranches, failed by an hour to reach the border before tne fugitives, whom they saw crossing in the distance. The Mexicans had stopped near the Cotter ranch house to ask their way, and William Cotter, who recognized the Hancock horses, tried to buy them. The Mexicans refused to sell, and after navtne been wrong ly directed by young Cotter into a eanvofl south of th "OX' ranch which has but a bridle path outlet, they helped themselves to fresh horses from the Cotter pastures and rode off. They succeeded in making their way out of the canyon before morning, when the posse from the "02 ranch hit their trail. They were successful ia get ting all the. horses across the border. It is feared that their bold venture will inspire others to depredations, es pecially if the troops are withdrawn. In view of the seriousness of the situ ation county judge A. M. Turney and J. D. Jackson, president of the Com mercial clnb have wired to governor Colquitt asking him to present the case of the border cattlemen to the- war department at 'Washington, or else or der a deputation of rangers to the Big Bend frontier. GERMANY DISCUSSES MEXICAN SITUATION Berlin, Germany, Feb. XL The Mexi can situation came up for discussion in the imperial parliament today ' when Gottlieb Von Jagow, the foreign min ister, replied to an interpellation of Germans in Mexico. He declared that Germany had sot sent any warship to Mexico, as the only vessel available in American waters was on the way to Philadelphia for repairs. The foreign office, however, had learned that the numerous United States warships in Mexican "waters had been Instructed to give refuge to all foreigners and aa far as possible to protect their prop erty. The Gorman foreign office had thanked the United States government for this service. As damage was dose to Gertaan prop erty, the German government -will take steps to secure full compensation. "Germany in general is committed to a policy of noninterference la the in ternal affairs of foreign states." said Von Jalgow. "But this will not prevent her from standing vigorously for the protection of her subjects." I alio, Kids! Tomorrow's The Big Herald Day 9H jgSjleBBfl Come to the Campbell Shows, Corner Santa Fe and Second Streets; get Free Tickets at The Herald at 1 o'clock Saturday.