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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, September 2, 19H
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Miss May Anderson has returned
from her summer outing: at Columbus,
If. M., and is located at 9E North Stan-
ton street. ,
-Miss Virginia Brown, a new assistant
kindergarten teacher in the public
schools, arrived y.esterday from Bill-
Misses Lillian and Mazie Cole came
down Tuesday from Clouddcroft, after
,a short visit -with their sister, 'Mrs. H.
W. Broaddus. ,
Miss Alice Fitzgerald recently re
turned from her summer trip, wnicn i
included th different California coast 1
Judge M. "W. Stanton and son have
arrived home Irom California, and Mrs.
Satnton and baby, who are at Catallna
Island, will soon return.
R. E. McCormick, English teacher in
the Tiigh school, accompanied by his,
bride, will arrive in the city Saturday
from San Antonio.
Mrs. Empress Arrington is at home
after a visit at her ranch in New Mex
ico. Mrs. Charles "W. Geiger has returned
from Cloudcroft where she ywas the
guest of Mrs. L. J. Ford during the sea
son. Ralph I. Geiger, John E, Geiger
and Joe Ball have returned from a
two months' camping trip to the Sac
ramento mountains, eight miles be
Mrs, A. Stolarof f and children, Annie,
Mary, Rosie and Soloaon. have returned
from Cloudcroft, where they have been
spending the summer at their cottage.
Xr. and Mrs. J. A. Rawlings and fam
ily have returned, from their summer
home,' "Pine Ridge," at Mountain Park,
Rev. J. J. Bullen has returned from a
three weeks cisit at the different I
Pacific coast resorts. Mrs. Bullen and
two daughters, who have been sojourn
ing in Cloudcroft, have also returned.
Miss Louise "Wlegand came in Tues
day from California, where she visited
at Long Beach, Xios Angeles and San
Mrs. R, F. Campbell and little Irene
Campbell, who have been'visiting the
former's daughter, Mrs. Alfred Aloe, at
Vancouver barracks, near Portland, and
also different points in California, ar
rived home Tuesday.
T. A Thurston has returned from a
trip of several weeks through the west.
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,Llljf iPjW Now
Most people know LERNEE shoe values, par
ticularly the splendid School Shoes we have always
sold; this season they are even better than ever be
fore. We have for the Girls thisl season, a splendid line
-of good solid OAEI SOLED SHOES from $1.00 up to
$2.00, that make excellent school shoes and will posi
tively give GOOD SERVICE.
"For the Boys we have a various assortment from
$1.00 up to $2.50 (according to the size and quality),
all leathers, Elkskins in tan and black. Box Calf and
Gun Metals. These include
LERNER'S SPECIAL SHOES for-BOY SCOUTS
The shoes that outwear three ordinary pairs.
No premiums or souvenirs just good, extra good, shoe values.
ACTT5 REGAL SHOES
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Mrs. G. W. Caspary, who is visiting1 in
Chicago and adjacent points, "will re
turn home about September i.
Miss Carrie Seddon came" In Thurs
day evening- from an all summer visit
at Jj-ansas uity, jao. ? j
Mrs. K. "W. Pulllam and daughter,
"Velma, of 299 Grandvlew, returned to
the city Thursday after an enjoyable
summer in California.
,.. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lack returned
'Wednesdav from a two months visit
In Silver City, -where they went for
Mr. and Mrs. -J. I. McCullough and
slaughter, Miss Leila Miller, are at
home, after an enjoyable outing in the
B. S. Thomas, Latin teacher in the
high school, recently returned from his
- summer vacation at Troup, Texas.
Mrs. Frank: Payne has returned from
a six "weeks stay in Los Angeles and
Mrs. H. W. Broaddus will close her
cottage at Cloudcroft, where she has
been all summer,- and return to the
Mrs. A. H. Winter arrived home' the
first of the week, after an all summer
sojourn in California. '
Mrs. E. O. Hughson, who has been vis
tiing in 'Minneapolis and vicinity all
summer, is bow at Sioux Palls, Iowa,
and will arrive home in a few days.
B, M White, former principal cf
the high school, returned recently from
McKenzie, Tenn., where he spent the
Misses Kathrine Gorbutt and Bena
Hudson came in Friday from their
summer trip through the west.
George "W. Iauth, who will be assist
ant ieacher in the manual training de
partment of the public school, arrived
recently from Columbia "university,
New Torfc Mr. Daath was accompa
nied by his wife and baby,
Mrs. J. E. Monroe and children and
another, Mrs. B-onnelly, have returned
from a delightful summer spent at
Xiong Beach, Cal.
Kenneth Brown, jr., came down Sat
urday from Cloudcroft to enter school.
Mrs. Brown will remain in Cloudcroft
until Sept. 10.
Mrs. A. G. Foster and family were
among the arrivals from Callfornig. this
afternoon. They spent the summer at
Miss Zuma Bice Hartsfield returned
Thursday from her summer outing and
is located temporarily at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Wright.
After a lengthy visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. F. O. Pierce, at Toyah, Texas,
Mrs. G. C Anthony returned to the city
Mrs. J. E. Keltner, Mrs. Fred May
"hew and Mrs. Ellen Towrie, who have
had a cottage at Cloudcroft for a
month, returned the first of the week.
They were accompanied by their
guests, Mrs. Fred Bladlock and daugh
ter, Miss Opal BEadlock.
Bev. Henry Easter and family came
down from Cloudcroft Thursday even
ing, where they have been all summer.
Mrs. Winchester Cooley andchildren
returned to the city Thursday aftr an
all summer sojourn in Cloudcroft.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Simmons and
daughter, Violet, were among those
returning from an all summer stay at
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swain and Mrs.
George Phillips arrive home Thurs
day from, a ten days' visit in Cloud
Miss Walker 3IcCIellen and brother,
Thomas, returned Thursday from a
summer visit with their father in St.
Iiouis and Uakeside, Mich. They were
accdmpanied home by their father,
Thomas G. McClellen, sr., who will
spend some time here visiting.
The principals of the El Paso school
for girls, Miss Ora W. I. Slater and
Miss Olga E. Tafel, have both re
turned from their summer outings.
Miss Tafel spent the early part of the
summer in Colorado, returning by way
of Cincinnati, where a few weeks
were spent. Miss Slater spent the
month of August In Cloudcroft, the
guest of her sister, Mrs. H. I. Slater, at
Mrs. C. Tj. Matkin and daughter, An
toinette, and son, George, returned the
first of the week from Ennis, Texas,
and other east Texas points, where
they have been during the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Ju. Hunter and daugh
ter, -Miss Eva Hunter, returned Thurs
day from a fortnight's visit spent In
Los Angeles and adjacent beaches, and
Mrs. J. N. Harris and guest. Miss
Mollle Holliefield, of Auburn. Ala.,
have returned from a month's stay at
the "Valley ranch, at Mimbres, N. M.
Miss Mamie Clark came home Wed
nesday from a visit in east Texas, In
cluding Fort Worth, Dallas, Waco and
Miss Lulu Jones came down the first
of the week from CloudcrofL where
she has been all summer at her ranch. :
Mrs. Alice Mornis has returned from
ber summer outing, spent at Cloud
croft Mrs. Leila T. Moore came In Thurs
day Irom an all summer sojourn spent
in the east
Dr. 'and Mrs. L. G. Witherspoon, Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. WIngo, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Taylor and Miss Anna Shelton
arrived home Friday morning from a
month's outing at "Camp Wingo" In
the Glorietta mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crombie came in
Thursday evening after a delightful
visit in Los Angeles and at the coast
After a year's absence, Miss Rosema
ry Pelham returned to the city recent
ly from Bowling Green, Ky".
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Brock and family,
of 801 North Ochoa street, came home
Friday from Ocean Park, Cal., where
Mrs. Brock and children have been all
New Fall Tailored Suits
The line is o-enerouslv complete. The styles range from the severe plain
tailored models to the smartly trimmed effects. Materials include the Nov
elty Mixtures, Serges, Cheviots, Broadcloth and the new English weaves.
You will find it of decided advantage to inspect these superfine suits before
buying. Prices range from $12.95 to $35.00.
Women's One-Piece Dresses
Materials are Panama and Serge, black and all the new
fall shades, trimmed in the latest style. Prices range
from $10.95 to $24.50.
A Sale of Silks and Dress Goods-New Au
tumn Fabricrat Unbelieveable Prices
36 inch black Messaline and 36 inch
black guaranteed Chiffon Taffeta j
worth $1.25; ' AQ
27 inches "wide, in novelty designs.
Colors of red, blue, brown OP
and white, 50c values, special wOC
New fall designs and colorings, all
pure silk, worth 75c;
36 INCH SILK DIAGONALS
All pure silk, shades Of new blues,
gray, lavender and brown j Cl
worth $1.00 ; special OUC
. ALL PURE SILK MESSALINE
Short lengths, all colors, suitable for
Waists or trimmings j
75c values, special . . . . .
Sale of Boys' School
Boys' two piece suits, double breasted, 3
button coat, Knickerbocker &0 OQ
pants, worth $4.00 special s)0f
Values to $7.50, special $5.39
BOYS' SCHOOL PANTS
Boys' Cassimere Pants in all sizes, assorted
colors, worth $1.00; " JA
special 2 UwC
BOYS' SHIRTS AND BLOUSES
light and dark colors, all sizes; g
special at 50c and mOC
BOYS' SCHOOL CAPS
New fall styles and colors; c g
worth 40c; spedal mDC
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES
Boys' School Shoes, Kangaroo, Calf, Blucher,
sizes 21-2 to 51-2; A QQ
worth $2.75; special J) I 0J
BOYS' ELKSKIN SHOES
Sizes 8 to 11, special $1.49
Sizes 12 to 2, special .$1.69
Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2, special $1.98
BUSTER BROWN BLUE RIBBON SHOES
Gun metal, vici kid, sizes 21-2 to 51-2;
worth $3.50; (He jq
special p (U7
Sizes 12 to 2, special $2.49
Sizes 8 to 11, special $1.98
LOT SHORT LENGTH SILKS
Xovelty waist and dress silks, ch&cka,
stripes and plaids; Qr
75c values, special ..l?C
Wool Dress Fabrics
38 inch Wool Serge Panama, and
Batiste, all the leading fall shades
and white, worth 69c; EItf"
special t r vUC
50 inch black and white Shepherd
Checks Suiting, different siae checks;
regular price oOc; QQ
special , 07C
50 inch English Broadcloth, black
and colors, for tailored suits and
skirts;. $1.25 value;
For children's School Dresses, pretty
bright colors; neat de- - Of-
signs; speck.1 at 15c and. 2C
KIMONO CREPE CLOTH
Fifty new and pretty designs, light
and dark colorings; 25c Q
value, special .IOC
NEW FALL SUITINGS
Solid colors in invisible stripe effects,
also pretty plaid suitings;
worth 35c; special
New Wash Fabrics
FOR SCHOOL WEAR-GREAT
Double width dress Ginghams, im
plaids, checks, stripes and solid colors.
Values to 15c; r
special 121-2c and JLUC
WASH MATERIALS FOR" SCHOOL
Many pretty designs and solid colors,
different style -weaves in values to
25c; special, - p
19c and IOC
For boys' School Clothes, big assort
ment to select from; 1 O f
f CHILDREN'S SCHOOL RD3B0NS
Hair Bibbons, all pnre silk, black, white and colors. m
1 l& W ft
of Autumn Hats
Our Millinery depart
ment is glowing with.
Autmrmal b e anty,
lovely creations and
beautiful designs, also
a great showing of
Tailored Hats; the
Tariety is imnsiially
large for so " early n
Moaday Exfra Speckk
"Women's White Felt
Tailored Hats, worth
to $400, special $2.50
Long black or white
Willow Plumes, yal
nes to $22.00; spe
Bound Ticket Hose
for boys and girls,
heavy or fine Tib;
black ort tan, all sizes,
Childre&'s RibW Ktte
Black or tan, donble
heels and toes, spe
cial ". 15c
2 Pair for 25c
Boys' Black Tennis
Oxfords, sizes 12 to
5; worth 85c; Extra
6 & 18 EOteriaio &r.
3ussbs scsoois imsesss.
Pretty wash mater
ials, checks, stripes,
plaids and solid col
ors, Talues to 75c; Ex
tra, Special 49e.
summer. Mr. Brock Joined them two
weeks &go. y
Miss Leona Black has returned from
California, where she spent several
weeks visiting friends.
Merrick Breck is down from Cloud
croft. - l
Mrs. Geo. Haile has returned from
a several months' visit in' California.
Mrs. J. C. Ponsford, accompanied by
her nephew, Albert, and niece, Pearl,
is expected today from St. Thomas,
Canada, -where they spent the Summer.
The Misses Janiet Anna Grace and
Gertrude Ellis have returned from a
fortnight's visit with Mrs. William
Petlcolas at Cloudcroft at Cloudcroft,
and Tvill be located at the Brazos.
Xiawton Croom has returned from -a
two weeks' visit at Toyah.
Mrs. J. H. Hlrt and children have
returned from a very delightful trip in
Mrs. W. H. Forbes, sr., and her
daughter, Mrs. "W. . Forbes, jr., and
two children returned the first of the
week from an all summer visit at
The Misses Bertha and Mary Pool
returned Friday from Abilene, Texas,
and Miss Vera Pool also arrived Friday
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There Is No Substitute
It takes art, skill, knowledge, ex
perience, proper equipment all
comDinea in oraer to acnieve
FAULTLESS DRY CLEANING
Send ns your .soiled sujits, waists, dresses, plumes, etc.
701 TEXAS 5T.
Why Not The Best?
Ring up the Smith Ice Cream Company and tell them
you want some of their r cream for your Sunday
It Costs No More
than other -cream and when you get their cream you
know you are getting the pure stuff. It is no harder
Than The Other Kind
and they will take especial pains to deliver at prompt
ly at the hour you wish it. They have several differ
ent varieties. It is all first class.
And You TeJke No Chances
of getting an impure article when you order from
them. Take due consideration of all the surround
ings and you will determine that
When Dealing With
such a firm, you are sure to be treated right. Re
member that their telephones are Bell 818 and Auto
1188, and the firm is
The Smith Ice Cream Co.
frop Colorado, where she spent the
Miss La-vert Chamberlain came In
Friday from an all summer's visit spent
at different points in eas Texas.
Mrs. Mary Hamilton has arrived,
after an all summer sojourn in Los An
greles and the coast resorts. She will
visit for a short time at the home of
Mrs. Rowland Gilchrist
Miss Katherine HIseler has returned
after a month's vacation in Si "An
tonio. Miss Minnie Hiseler has returned
after aa all aasnaer'a aejesrn. la 3few
Torlc and Buffalo &ad otier rtljr
Miss 3argret McCraeksa. retsnM
Tuesday after spending several wka
in CloBdcroft, the guest of Mrs. T
Mr. and Mrs. Lou tL GImw f
daughter. Hose a&ry. aad Mr.
4 ADXKTIONAi SOvrJMTY fe
4 OX FAGB SECTBWr. 4.
600 Ho. Stanton St.
Ray K. Smith, Manager.
Look at This List
Prime Rib Roast,
Shoulder Roast, og
S ibs. for v..OC
Boiling Meat, . OE?
4 lbs. for ...-. t ZOC
per lb ...
Round Steak, x f O r
per lb lZC
PURE HOME RENDERED
Veal Shoulder Roast,
Leg MuttoB, ,
per lb U
per lb ...-.
Pork Shoulder Roast,
Hens and Springs, alive or dressed to order.
213 N. Stanton St. Bell Phone 136; Auto Phone 2345