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in Texas Primary
tAt Return? Give J- E. F-er
2_,*cn Second and C. F.
tboruas Fourth Place m
j^fC for Senate Seat
. ._ - ' 22 Incomplete
? . rn towns in Texas
?^?clock to-r.isht showed Karl B.
iU.H of Austin, leading; for the
Piratic nomination ior United
^^nator. with Senator ( uiberson
?STthird, according to figure? by
7***?*.' election bureau. Mayfieid
?. ?tS votes. ?Tame F. Ferguson,
??Senator Culbcrson. 1.486; Cul
^ Thomas, of Dallai?. 7?1; C.iarence
of Fort Worth, 52,, and Rob
*L Henry, of Waco, 46!. Returns
?*?*! were contests in eleven of the
_2__dona! districts, the principal
tonel"? '???*?" lub* wher<' Represen
?*?* Thomas L. B?anton was opposed
tar car" "" Albri-ht- O?
j?loway. J. H- Dibrell and N. S.
Ionian, Mr.. F. M B Hushes.
*T, . h District,
*??_r?_e'opiV''-''?: Representative J. D.
SSeld and four others.
1 fWs time Mr. Ferguson and bis
'?ver? candidate? for the Senate
___St?SCh ''''? Th0y Vire P1aced
f_L position i Ferguson ?
.?ttcerUii ; ? *' the |
JLLjatic State Central Committee
-^ TV "... : d t/.e
Lrs;c- '?? Fer?*u
%-'s c?iae would have prone on the
wrtflt! and she would have had her
???.?Wd's support. Both (Mod applica
__** ?__ v -, ; Mr. F? rguscn's was ac
"eottd H . "' e withdrew, although
,C.Jrew.5 eofce dispute about her right
?_.8 so, and the subject was referred
-he Attorney General, who left the
?tier to the discretion of the county
A second primary, on August 2G, is ex
?ectid to decide any cases where one
?it'di'date has not a majority of the
billots cap*. Whenever r.o candidate
fceitfs the required -majority the two
t?i candidates enter the second pri
Frank Trams on Pickle.??
And Win? Health Prizes
He's Foiu* anti a Half and He
?Startled ?Uuiberrv Center
Foik With His Biet
When Frank Le Fasco, of 293 Eiiza
?x-.s Street, ?roc? into training to com
?te for such health prizes as were
mrded yesterday at the Mulberry
Eea'th Center by the Association for
[wrtTing thi n of the Poor,
?goes on a diet of pickles, cocoanut,
ntermelon, licorice, spaghetti, ravioli,
put,Ue cream and soda water.
After he wins the prize?which he
?id Miterday-- he eat pickles, cocoa
:iL watermelon, licorice, spaghetti,
?i"7?, pork, ico cream and soda
i-tet ' !
t."?nk is four and a half years old. j
:? wen the prize from a list of 300 !
?'Irr.- does he keep so healthy?"
Me one asked Mrs. La Faso. "Doesn't j
? ever get sick?''
"For v**y geek?" asked Mrs. La <:
Faso -with a s?.rug. "He no got time j
for to be seek. V.'ance, maybe, whan j
tse two yew old, he eat four, five, seex I
peekle, and get great pain in his belly.
l'hti1? a too much -peekle. Ice cream
?nd ttcoinai Letter for keeris."
First prize for tbf healthiest girl
?wjifon ?jy Rosa Slafiani, of 49 Eliza?
beth _ Street. She is five years old.
Virgin Islanders Call
On President for Advice
TfovVant to Know Just What
Department Is Running
WSHINGTON, July 22.?Completely
in the dark as to what government
department is charged with the respon?
sibility of supervising Virgin Island
affairs, three representatives of the
i-isalar government, who have traveled
?!! the way from St. Thomas to Wash?
ington to get some light on the subject,
carried their case to the White House
They had -wandered from the State
Department to the. Navy Department
and then to several other departments
*n a rain effort to find some one who
could give them the information they
sought. Confident that the President
could put them on the ritrht track the
three went to the White House, only to
and th.t Mr. Harding's time was taken
?P entirely by such domestic problems
u the enal and railroad strikes. They
*ere advised to return Mondav for an
piiir chief complaint, in addition to
?mg unable to determino the status of
,e ??ands as far as supervision on
'?tie part of the United States is con?
traed, is that enforcement of the
''"?nteerith amendment there is pre?
senting foreign shins carrying liquor
tacks from putting into St. Thomas
fiarbor for repairs, coal and supplies.
For Funding Conference
?-?S. Commission and Parmen
tier to ?Meet Next Week
to Discuss Data
WASHINGTON, July 22. ? Prelimi
"**" s'eps toward negotiations for the
'-tiding of the French war debt to this
d? .Ty were vi"*tually completed to
S? a aonference of Under Secretary
?"><"'? of the Treasury with Jean V.
'??"?entier, Director of Finance of the
Treasury officials said after the con
?-renee that the American Debt Fund
?^?mission would meet late next
tit A t**scusa with M. Farmentier
?r_>. 0n ,he financial condition of
y.n\,*:]?<?'?'? "??'?"-'' presented to-day to
__*?2_"ry "I101"' ** meanwhile will
,^-y the French statements which an
__?V. ; bud?/iets ,of the past
rL' tV!1" year and lhe French cir
J^isituatiort j e-iving the
tad'?? French exports and imports
lifciutt c&mra c From these state
tj A a r"'a urv expecta to be able
?educe the position of France to
ira liquidation of its debts.
SJetnp*s Healih Prevents
?Vw Raee for Congress
Hv Virfiin-a Republican Rep?
??tentative Declines To
rriT_ Kr Candidate
4e?; RAD0 SWINGS, Col/. Julv 22.
???RfV.?tative C. Bascom Slemp, of
Cp X!r6-nia District, onlv Repub
ii'y i? '.reS?man from that state, to
4Kd a definite statement finally
WtSi?. , -"?nomination given him
^ne assembly at Norton, Va? Thurs
*nf.?r??entative Slemp's refusal to
r-*uJ?, 8. candi*iate is due to the
'??tM .1 .? ?reserving his health, he
??Wblie.*, '1le?ra? to R. A. Anderson.
"lCBn ?t-aSrinan, at Marion, Va.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets, New York
For MONDA Y
NisuAL Clearance of Summer Apparel
All Sales Final
Women's and Misses9
From the Black and White Shop
Many Suitable for Mourning
Linen, dotted Swiss or voile, many -with
real Irish crochet or real
Heretofore S12.75 to $24.50 10.
Of silk Canton cr?pe, cr?pe de chin?,
printed cr?pe de chine or embroidered
Heretofore ?25.00 to ?49.50 18.50
Black and White Shop-F/Wj Floor
Tailored or lingerie models of dimity,
voile or linen ? many are hand made,
hand embroidered or
Heretofore $5.00 to $9.75
Feminine Blouse Shop?Third Floor
Women's and Misses'
Linen frocks, many are hand made and
h^nd drawn ; also frocks of ?ponge or light
weight knitted wool.
Heretofore $15.00 to $39.50
knitted Sports Frocks
Of fibre silk or wool, also wool and fibre
silk, in sports colorings.
Heretofore $22.50 to $55?f 0 15.00
Short Sports Coats
Tuxedo, box or belted models of sports
flannel, Jersey or corduroy.
Heretofore $15,00 to ?29.50 10.
Feminine Sports Apparel Shop*-Fourth Floor
Hand-Made Slimmer Dresses
v Heretofore ?29.50 to s69.50
Hand drawn or hand embroidered dresses of
French cotton voile or cotton cr?pe, also a
limited number of silk dresses of silk Canton
cr?pe, cr?pe de chine or cr?pe Georgette.
High - Class Silk or Lace Gowns
Heretofore ?49.50 to $89.50
Silk gowns of Canton cr?pe or cr?pe Georgette,
also crepe Georgette over foulard; including all
white, black, navy and desirable colors. Lace
gowns in black, brown, beige, orchid or henna.
WOMEN'S DRESS SHOP? Third Floor
isses summer frocKs
Heretofore ?9.75 to ?18.50
Of linen, gingham, novelty voile or ?ponge.
i Heretofore H2.75 to ^29.50
The season's smartest models of linen, novelty
voiles, ?ponge, organdie or tub silks.
Misses' Silk Frocks
Heretofore $24.50 to $49.50
Silk Canton cr?pe, cr?pe de chine or printed
silk cr?pes in desirable models aad\colors.
MISSES* DRESS SHOP?24 to 20 years?Second Floor
Women's and Misses9
White Silk Sports Skirts
For Walking, Golfing, Tennis or General Wear
Heretofore ?14.50 to ?19.75
Made of high grade silk cr?pes in a variety of models.
Feminine Skirt Shop?Fourth Floor
Coats, Wraps or Capes
Smart models for sports, travel or afternoon
wear, of silk Canton cr?pe or the high class
Heretofore $39.50 to $85.00 25.00
WOMENS COAT SHOP?Fourth Floor
White Sports Shoes
Pumps or Oxfords
All white buckskin or canvas, or with black
or tan leather trimming; leather of
rubber soles and heels.
Heretofore $3.00 to *12?Q0 5.50
Feminine Footwear Shop? Third Floor
Including Imported Modela
Of Fibre Silk or MohairJ^ant
Slip-over or Tuxedo sweaters "%'sport,*
colors, included are tnany
Heretofore $9,75 Jo $29.50 5.1
Slip-over or coat sweaters? Including a
collection of imported models.
Heretofore $15.00 to $39.50 10.00
FEMININE SWEATER SHOP?Foxtrth Floor
Women's and Misses9
LONG WAISTED BANDEAUX
Sizes 34 to 44; of flesh
colored brocaded satin.
Heretofore $4.00 2.2o
BRASSIERES WITH RE.AL LACE
Sizes 32 to 42; flesh colored
satin with,real lace.
Heretofore $5.75 O. i ?
Corset Shop?First Floor
EXTRA QUALITY PURE THREAD INGRAIN
SILK STOCKINGS WITH SILK TOP
Black, white or
3 pairs for ?4?45 Regular price $1.95 1,50
OPENWORK CLOX PURE THREAD
INGRAIN SILK STOCKINGS
Black, white, polo gray or beige with
novelty openwork clox in assorted
wood; silk sole and silk
3 pairs for $8.45 Regular price 220.127.116.11
Pure Thread Ingrain Silk Hosiery
From Our Regular Stock?Every Pair Full Fashioned
EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY PURE THREAD
INGRAIN SILK STOCKINGS
Black, white, gray, beige, or Russian
calf; silk sole and silk garter top.
3 pairs for S5.8Q Regular price $2.75 . 1.95
SHEER INGRAIN PURE THREAD
Exceptional quality in black, beige,
gray, polo gray, gunmetal or light
designs, silk sole and silk
3 pairs for ?8.75 Regular price $3.95 2*95
Feminine Hosiery Shop?street Floor
POINTEX HEEL PURE THREAD
INGRAIN SILK STOCKINGS
In black, white, medium or polo gray
or new suede; silk sole, silk garter top. w
3 pairs for$7.60 \ Regular price $2.95 2.55
HAND EMBROIDERED CLOX PURE
THREAD INGRAIN SILK STOCKINGS
In white with black, red, lavender,
purple, tan, Copen or green novelty or
plain clox; also black with self or white
clox. Silk garter top. Regular prices
3 pairs for $8.75 ?3.2$ and $3,50.2.95
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