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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, June 4, 1914
BE HELD HERE
Plans Made For Entertain
ment of Texas 'Pharma
June is the convention month in El
Paso Following the Texas State Fed
eration of Labor meeting here next
ureefc, the Texas State Pharmaceu
t'cal association will have its 35th an
nual convention in El Paso the fol
lowing week, beginning on June lta
and continuing until June 18. The
Drug Travelers association of Texas
w 11 also hold their annual convention
at the same time and will add much
Itfo to the convention of druggists.
Tbe program includes a trip to
Clcudcroft on June 18, an auto ride
oer the city and to Mexico on the
3 7th and a number of Informal recep
tiors and entertainment: for the drug
gists during the week of their con
tention. The delegates will begin to
arrive on Monday. June IS. The Paw
del ?.orte and Sheldon hotels will be
headquarters for the drug men and the
chamber of commerce will be the of
ficial meeting place.
Will Hold Parade.
A parade to the chamber of com
merce from the Paso del Norte will
open the convention and a meeting if
the executive committee will be held
at 3 30 John A. Weeks, of Ballinger.
Tex. will call the meeting to order at
10 o'clock on the opening day. The
inoraion will be given by Rev.
Charles W. Webdell and mayor C E.
Kelly will deliver the address of wel
come. F A. Chappa. of San Antonio.
will respond to the address of welcome
for the association. Herbert Ward
will deliver an address of welcome
for the El Paso County Druggists as
soriation. W. D. Adams, of Farney.
Tex, will respond to this address and
this will be followed by the president's
annual address and the opening of the
bni ness session.
The second business session will be
held Tuesday morning when papers
wJl be read, election of officers and
the selection of the meeting place for
1915 will be decided upon.
Will Visit Juarez.
Monday afternoon a special street
car party will go to Juarez for a sight
seeing trip and to attend a bullfight.
At 8 30 the same evening a cabaret
entertainment will be given in honor
of the guests on the roof of the Paso
del yznTitk hotel-
Tuesday afternoon there will be an
automobile trip over me city ana a
Mexican dinner In Juarez at 7 o'clock.
t Sv o'clock there will be a grand ball
i the ball room of the Paso del Norte.
The last day of the convention will
be spent in Cloudcroft The train
will leave El Paso at 7 a. m. and will
return in the evening. This part of the
program will be in charge of the Texas
State Drug Travelers" association and
a program of outdoor sports, a lunch
at the Lodge and other entertainment
win De arranged ior tae guests uy me
The women's reception committee is
headed by Mrs. C E. Iveuy ana in
rlndpji Mrs. s. C White. Mrs. J. Diefen
bach. Mrs. X. H. Allen. Mrs. "W. B.
Ont New Appliances
"Itlephone Scout," Mast Remarkable of a Number of Recently Developed
Instruments for Use in Warfare.
By VICTOR ELLIOTT.
WASHINGTON, D. C June 4.
When the American troops were
ordered to Veracruz several
months ago they took with them a
number of new appliances to be used
In actual warfare which never have
been tested under fire, but which, ac
cording to experts of the war depart
ment, will play a great part in the next
Amonsr these were the "telephqto
scout," the field telegraph and tele
phone combined In one instrument, and
the electric semaphore, all of them eith
er invented by members of the Ameri
can signal corps or by them improved
In using the telephoto scout the sol
dier usually is mounted on horseback.
His equipment consists of a collapsible
tripod and a telephoto camera. Sup
pose, for example, that reconnoitering
has disclosed the presence of an enemy
behind a range of hills. The scout
rides along the alley on the near side
of the range, dismounts at a suitable
point, ties his horse to a tree, climbs
the hill and sets up his camera in a
place on the summit from which he can
get a view of the foe.
Camera Kntlrcly Nctt Device.
This particular telephotographic cam
era is something entirely new. It is an
Invention which the signal corps has
developed with much pains and pa
tience for its o n use and so Jealously
is its construction guarded that It is
impossible to obtain pictures of it.
Of course the operator of the new
telephoto camera has sought conceal
ment among the brush on the summit
of the hill and he takes great care that
both he and his instrument are well
hhldden before he commences to work.
All that he needs Is a quarter of a sec
ond's exposure in the direction of the
enemy. He squeezes the bulb, turns the
plate holder for a duplicate picture to
provide against accident, climbs down
the hill, mounts his horse and rides
back to headquarters carrying a birds
eye view of the enemy.
Quickly Develop Plate.
At headquarters he finds a portable
dark room already set up. Another
oldier already has the chemicals for
evJPing and printing mixed and pre
5ar1 for use. The man who has taken
tne picture hands it oer to the dark
i? "Perator and the latter proceeds
?tP late,l' to develop the plates.
A5r the plate has been developed a
..ma&mfid print bf the picture on
sensitive piper is made. The print is
ready to be shown to the officers of
if? s'"erl statr within half an hour
aiter the scout has returned with his
.?, however. Is not alL Having
delivered the enlarged print, the pho
tographer makes from the freshly de
veloped negative a contact -positive"
Sr,la1n!ern slide. This slide, rinsed and
if? ? e same manner as was the
original plate. Is handed over to a
waiting officer, who goes to the room
where the members of the general staff
are In consultation, pulls down tne
window shades, puts the lantern slide
into a projector and throws the picture
upon a large screen of white cotton
By this means the officers of the staff
are enabled to -view, as if with their
own eyes, the scene upon which the
scout looked an hour or so earlier But
the picture is much better than that for
the eye of the telephoto camera is tele
scopic and everything in the distance.
een though so far away as to be al
most indistinguishable to tbe scout, is
broo"ht relatively near on the screen.
Klectrlc Semaphore Perfected.
The semaphore consists of two elec
tric flash lamps attached by wires to a
battery in a small portable box. Each
lamp one of them red and tbe other
green Is a small Incandescent bulb on
the end or a short rod through which
the wire passes. The operator conveys
code signals bv waving and flashing
these lights. The manner of wireless
ing will doubtless be to night work of
the army what wigwagging and hello
graphing are to the day work.
The field buzzer, originally very
primitive, has been developed to such
an extent that it is now a telephone
and telegraph combined, the whole ap
paratus being contained In a box which
one almost can piece in his pocket.
Good News for Sufferers
From Kidney Diseases
The kidnejs. from their delicate con
struct on and the filtering -work re
quired of them, are more susceptible
to disease than, any other organ in the
wonderful machinery of the human
body. The most deplorable feature of
kidney disease consists in Its subtle
and delusive character, and so Insid
ious are its ravages that many vic
tims ao not even suspect its existence
until the advanced stages have been
reached. Few people, after reaching
the period of maturity, are in posses
sion of absolutely healthy kidneys; it
follows that the greatest care and
vigilance uust be exercised to keep
these organs free from the dangers
that constantly beset them.
Since the discovery of Warner's
Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy about
37 years ago, many sufferers from
kidney diseases have been benefited
bi its healme- nrooerties. Vanv nhr-
siclans Vconsider it an excellentremedy
in tne treatment oi diseases or tne
kidneys, lner and blood. Get It to
ds It is sold by all druggists In 50c
and $1 00 sizes.
other Warner's Safe Remedies are:
Safe Rheumatic Itemed . Safe Dia
betes Remedy: Safe Nervine. Safe
Asthma Remedy: Safe Pills. No one
Warner preparation is recommended
as a "Cure-all,' but each is for a pur
pose Send for sample and booklet to
earner's Safe Remedies Co., Dept Jst,
Rochester, N. T. Advertisement.
Baker. Mrs. W. L. Laird, Mrs. S. F.
Noble. Mrs. W. J. Jones, Mrs. W G.
Payne, Mrs. Lee Jones, Mrs. E. Han
cock. Mrs. W. L. Wells. Mrs. a S.
shoitnn Mrs. jr. J. Fredericks. Mrs. W.
T. Farrow. Mrs. R. F Love. Mrs. C. A.
Patton. Mrs. D. L. Cook. Mrs. R. W.
Graham. Mrs. A. E. Ryan. Mrs. B C.
Anthony. Mrs. F. Schaefer, Mrs. P. D.
Reynolds, Mrs. R. W. Knoblauch. Mrs.
M. J. Wolf. Mrs. R. F. Travis, Mrs. E.
E. McNatt, Mrs. R. E. Roche. Mrs. N.
H. Frampton, Mrs. S. J. Gatlln. Mrs.
H. Ward. Mrs. R. E. Ware. Mrs. A. A.
Gossard. Mrs. C. G. jicDow, Mrs. J. E.
Grayson. Mrs. L. M. Butehofsky. Mrs.
H. M. MIsklmlns. Mrs. H. M. Harp, Mrs.
H. B. Hayes. Mrs. F. R. Porras. Mrs.
F. S. Terapleton. Mrs. Geo. Barrett,
Mrs. a S. Hill. Mrs. E. R. Roach. Mrs.
J. M. Huffman, Miss Davie Wilson.
Miss A. E. Weaber. Miss N. Weaber.
Miss Loa Warner. Miss Blanch White.
Miss N. Pollard. Miss E. Carum. Miss
A. McDow, Miss L. McDow, Miss M E
Ward, Miss D. M. Allen, Miss Jennie
Men's reception committee C E.
Kelly, chairman: Scott White. N. IL.
Allen. A. E. Ryan. R. F. Travis, C. L.
McDow, J. E. Grayson, L. M Butehof
sky, J. Diefenbach. R. W. Knoblauch,
R. F. Love. C. S. Hill. H. F. Harp. B.
C Anthony. E. Hancock, M. A. Gra
ham, W. G Payne, E. E. McNatt. T. a
Gunning. M A. Warner. H. B. Hayes,
J. A. Weaber. J H. Pollard. H. L. Pot
ter. N. E. Stuckej. Fred Schaefer, A.
Awbrey. F R. Porras. N H Frampton.
M. J Fredericks. V T. Farrow, Ed
Mitchell. A A. Gossard. J G Hajes.
fTasteeL H JH. MISKIISJSSIS. i. -
SOLDIEES TO HOLD
Elaborate Arrangement Being Made
For Fourth of July Fentlvltles;
Pergonals of the Camps.
Border patrol soldiers are preparing
for a big athletic carnival at Camp Cot
ton on July Fourth and are making ar
rangements for entertaining all of the
border patrol troops there. One of the
features will be a division boxing con
test for tbe championship of the Mexi
"Sailor" Qulnn Is a heavyweight now
in the division on the border who has
met Al Kaufman. Porky Flynn and the
other coast heavies. "Soldier" Leroy is
a featherweight fighter with a reputa
tion earned on the coast. Eddie Beattie,
who met Frankie Burns and Johnnie
Papke and is holder of the feather
weight title in the arm), is also on the
Quartermaster Sergt. San ford Jones,
of company D, 16th infantry, has been
relieved from duty and Sergt. George
M Cannon has been detailed to his po
sition. Sergt. Joseph Savage has been re
lieved from duty as mess sergeant and
his deties assigned to quartermaster
Sergt. Cannon, a brother of George M.
Cannon, of company D. lth infantry.
Privates Stanley John If. Touerhko,
Howard Sherman and Abraham New
man hae been discharged from com
pany H. 16th infantry i
Corp. Charles Redmond and Corp.
Aged Veteran, Long in
Prison, Dies Suddenly
With Release in Sight
Leavenworth, Kaiu June 1. A veter
an of the civil war. bent from age and
hard worn by S years in prison. David
Traux, 8 years old. died with his re
lease In sight died just as he was
ab"ut to rIStte the longing of many
yeTSux died of Joy, his friends at the
soiaiers norae ;. , s
"Davy" had been in PrIso"'I - J
yeara of a lire senlenee for killing an
Tnmate at the soldiers' home at Dodge .
TranTbad believed that he mteht be
released some time and saved Sl bo
that he would not go to a pauper's
8 The old man w as notified Tuesd ay
that he was to be released. He sat In
the prison office Wednesday waiting
for the car that would take him awa.
When the car drew up, friends to
to tell the veteran that he must leave.
He sat motionless. The doctor said.
" 'Davy" died of heart disease.
DELAYED BY RAINS
Mud covered, tired and hungry, four
officers of the New Mexico military In
stitute at Roswell, N. M, arrived In El
Paso Wednesday afternoon, after spend
ing 4: hours on the desert between hi
Paso and Alamogordo without food or
The' trip was made In Dr. H. A. Ingells's
Paige-Detroit touring ear and the rains
caught the party 50 miles from EI Paso
on the Alamogordo road and they were
forced to wait until the rains ceased
njl KAV imnM llff their W SV OUT.
The party Included Dr. Ingells. Capt.
C. A. Reynolds. Capt. F. W. Thompson
and Maj. C. R. Forney.
GOVERNOR TO TAKE
STUMP EOR EERGUSON
Austin. Tex, June 4. The fact that
governor Colquitt w as unable to fill his
engagement last Saturday week at
Weatherford In behalf of James E.
Ferguson, for governor, does not by
any means indicate that he does not
propose to aid the Bell county candi
date The goernor. who has just re
turned from Mineral Wells, declared
that he is not only supporting Fergu
son, but he is to make speeches in his
behalf He said he would commence
after the Dallas mass meeting which
is to be held shortly He is to make
speeches independently of any of the
( Friday Is Remnant Day
. X. nJ-v --- 1T -
Lee. W. B- Taylor. T. L. i. Raymond Lloyd, of company C. :0th ln-
otu t a tmiM x t. uienL. i; u.
Haussamen. J. K. Scott. W. L. Wells.
C. S. Shelton. C. A. Patton. D. J. Cook.
R. W. Graham. W. G White, L. Lubio.
Jesse White, G. M Dominguez. P. D.
Reynolds. A. Soto. M J. Wolf. V. C
Simms. J. W. Garrett. R. E. Roche. &
J. Gatlln, M Brennan. E. Simpson. R.
E. Ware. A. Moreno. Herbert Ward, J.
M. Huffman. E. R. Roach.
The following Is the arrangement
committee for the Drug Travelers as
sociation of Texas: M. J. Fredericks,
chairman: W. T Farrow. Edward
Mitchell, A. A. Gossard and W. II.
fantry. have been honorably discharged.
Sergt. James McMurrr. privates Har
ry Davis, R. Phiiabaum. W. M. Musi and
Bernard Must, of company I, 20th In
fantry, will be discharged this week.
Frank Miller, orderly to CoL C. A. P
Hatfield, of the 13th cavalry, was dis
charged on June 2.
Troop G, of the 13th cavalry, is on
tbe target range, with Lieut. Hunt in
Companies K and L. of the ICth In
fantry, have also been on the range for
the past two days.
4 Cured His RUPTURE
1 was badly ruptured while lifting a
trunk .several years ago. Doctors said
my only hope of cure was an operation.
Trusses did me no good. Finally I got
hold of something that quickly and
completely cured me. Years have
Fassed and the rupture has never re
turned, although I am doing hard work
as a carpenter. There was no opera
tion, no lost time, no trouble. I have
nothing to sell, but will giTe full In
formation about how you may find a
complete cure without operation, if
you write to me, Eugene M. Pull en.
Carpenter, 191 Marcellus Avenue.
Manasquan, X. J. Better cut out this
rotice arc! show it to any others who
are ruptured you may save a life or
at least stop the misery of rupture and
cue worry ana oaager gt an operation.
IN STATE TREASURY
Vustin. Tex, June I Stale treasurer
Ttnildlxir Permits. i Ldwards has made DUblic the halnnrn
To S. Hermanos. to build an adobe. Str- J In the state treasury in cash and bonds
etM and Oro. eMlnuua vwu iww. : " " iw -uuiuk Jwy Ji. 1914
To Georze KUIS. to Mild wwu. ii wcbw i nils statement snows tne total cash
Boulevard, estimated raise JJ. I on hand to the credit of the arious
To J. F Corbln. to build a shed. M East j fuds to be J3.340 I0S. and the total
Fourth street, estimated value SIS. i bonds. S:0.SSS.300 Of the cash nn hVnri
" Beedi Filed. I J9'54, to he permanent school fund:
.. . ..... ...,.. . p. I S-S.6I7 to the available nninmiiv j
Smith to Martin Howard Peterson, lots 1 to I and 19..M Jo the permanent university
4. block 7. I to 4. MOCK li; 1 to IS. DIOCK
The next issue of the Telephone
Book is now being compisecl.
Changes for the sew ieeee should
be attended to at onee. Siail re
quest or telepbose
Ask for Contract Department
Tri-State Telephone Co.
SPECIAL NOTE For Adver
tising or Bold Face Name
Service Telephone "Page" at
Franklin Printing Co. 770.
19 1 tn J hlarlr 14. 1 to 48. DIOCK 21. 1 o
48, block !S. 1 to 41. block 4: 1 U II. blocs
47. 1 to 4. block ft. 19 to S. block 31:
Hollywood Heights: consideration S1I.5M:
Mar i. Ml.
Northeast corner of Fort Boalovard and
Mylos Carl H. Koedebusch to C. Gertnic.
lots li and IS. block II. Grand View, con
sideration Sift and other. Jane z. 1S14.
Sin EUxmrlo. Tex. George Harper et n.
to J. E. White. 41.5S acres. San SMzaria
Kraut, consideration, other and SI: May C.
licensed to Wed.
Herman Johnson and jtertie I. Tripp.
M L. Oandr and Mary Mahan.
John Xngford and Pearl Campbell.
;107 McKnlght and Carroll, Bnrton-IJnco
Co four passenger Hudson,
To L. G. McChesney. :i25 Bast Boulevard:
To Mrs. Pablo Garcia rear of 4S South
Santa Fe street. May 24.
To Mrs. Apoliaar Bstrada, 718 Sixth street:
To Mrs. Jose Zanlga. t Tays street: May SI.
io ssrs. cregono littevars. sti Florence
street. May 38.
To Mrs. Jose Samrez K Leon street: June 1.
STORE CLERKS TO "
Friday night the Retail Clerks' In
ternational Protective association will
be organized at Union Ijihor hll h. IV.
'. Van Zandt, of Fort Worth, who Is
the general organizer of the union. All
of the retail clothing clerks, many of
the grocery clerks and clerks from
many of the other stores have signed
the membership list and will affiliate
-with the new union.
Cards announcing that the stores
where these clerks are employed are
union stores will be distributed and
i5.e S 2 th,e 1'09 card men in Bl
Paso will be solicited b the union for
The union is open to the women
clerks and a number hae signed the
charter rolL The charter has been sent
for and is expected to be here by Fri
.Lfst..Friday n'Kht a temporary or
ganization was nerfected, with Ted Ma
chold as president
STATE U.D COHJIISMO.tEU
3IARI.-IG 1ISIT TO Ki, PASO
.,iT' J1001"" of Austin, land com
missioner and candidate for reelection,
was a visitor in El Paso Wednesday.
j41 Rnh4nu.ii .... .a ...-a. -
z v. : OWS..TT mat ne was nvm
making land investigations, the nature
-- .. .u, nuum not aisciose. It IS
thought that the investigations have
something to do with the elusie La
Prieta grant, the "land of skv." thou-
K&nHR nf afran nf .k.AU i : , .
J . " v. nuivu ll.l uc'CIl
bought' 1 unsuspecting purchasers
wno paid thousands of dollais of real
zuna: iai to tne fish and oyster
j.uiiu. o,oii to tne conteaerate pen
sion fund: JST,3; to the prison com
mission fund, and $5011 to the volun
teers of Texas Spanish-American war
Of the bonds. J1.JT4,77S are to the
credit of the permanent school fund
J SOS. 604 to the permanent university
fund, and J 105. 000 to permanent A. and
M. college fund.
Cotton Importers have a new scheme
for getting their cotton across the river
without it being attached by tbe courts.
Much of the cotton coming from the La
guna district is claimed by the exiled
Spaniards and as soon as it reaches the
American side a court injunction is
asked for and the cotton Is tied up.
Now the cotton importers brinr their
cotton over late Saturday afternoon,
when the courts are closed, and the cot
ton is on its way east before an In
junction can be obtained.
A number of cars nave been taken
through this port late Saturday after
noons and another shipment is expect
ed Saturday from Juarez.
fiEX. ASBERT IS SmTKCED
TO 12 YB.IKS POU KILLI.NG-
Hatana. Cuba. June 4. Gen. Ernesto
Asbert. former governor of Havana.
province, and Eugenlo Arias, a former
member of tbe house of representa
tives, were sentenced 'Wednesday to IS
i ears' imprisonment for the killing. In
Jtili 1913. of Oen Armand Rlva, chief
Senator Tidal "Morales, who waa with
the others at the time of the killing,
was convicted on two charges, firing a
shot In the street and carrying a re
volver without a license. A fine was
Police captain Eraillo Campina, whom
the defendants accused of attempting
to shoot them, was acauitted.
In view of possible disorder when
the verdict was announced, machine
guns had been placed near the jail and
police guards were doubled.
SECRKTVRV HeVIJOO AD JlItlDE
RBTCRA PROH 1VEUDISC TRIP
"Washington. D. C . June 4 Secretary
of the treasury McAdoo and his bride,
whn Miss Eleanor "Wilson, returned
to Washington Wednesday, after spend
ing their honeymoon in Sew Hamp
shire. They made a brief visit to the
vthite house to see the president and
other members of the family and then
went to their home. In the fashionable
section of the capital.
Mr McAdoo declined to discuss the
federal reserve board appointments.
YEKO Gl.VKsr ASIC SEG ILL
MOET TO- 10S TEXAS STREET-Advertisement
SPANISH KINO AM) QCEKX A11K
GDESTS AT AMERICAN EMD4.SSV
Madrid. Spain. June 4 King Alfonso
and queen "Victoria were guests at
luncheon at the American embassy to
day The guests included Kermlt
Roosevelt and the British and German
ambassadors. The Imparclal prints an
article on the approaching visit of for
mer president Roosevelt, but it is of a
Yes but far more important is the .effect of
food on body and brain.
is not only a delightfully appetizing food, but k remarkably rich in
Made from whole wheat and barley, Grape-NuU retains aH the
nutrition of these grains, including the mineral salts phosphate of
potash, etc. so necessary for growth and repair of the delicate brain
and nerve tissues, but which are so often lacking in ordinary food.
Ready to eat from the package, witfc cream or railk and a
sprinkle of sugar
A ration of Grape-Nuts along with oAer food helps wonder
fully to provide a wellrbalaaced dietary.
sold by Grocers everywhere.
In All of Oar Yard Goods Sections
REilNANTS hundreds of them, in just the kinds of materials you -want
for summer garments. They're the remaining few yards of the quick
selling new things that we are showing in the summer lines. Among them
are pieces suitable for blouses, children's garments, skirts, etc.
Wash Goods, in white and colors, Ginghams, Linens for dress and the
table, odd dozens and half dozens linen napkins, "Woolen Goods, Silks, Rib
bons, Veilings, Laces and Embroid- XJ A T T7 TTiTT7 9
eries at about IlLr FKIC.E..
Table of Underprice Small Linens Slightly Soiled
At One Third to One Half Off Regular Prices
A TABLE of small linens slightly soiled. Lot includes all linen Towels,
TillTllVh ninths, hfltb bPTnsfifplinl nnrl c-nallnnol rp-r f!Whc "M"o1mt
7 w v,.v.v u-.u. UUuvuv.U, J.tJ V1UIM, -LU.UUls.U.Ui
jmoroioery uenrer jrieces, Jjresser ocarts, etc.
Regular prices reduced ,
Jf3 TO !jz OFF.
Two Tables of Laces and Embroideries
Marked at Exactly Half Price
TWO heaping tables of fresh embroidery remnants to select from. In the
lot you will find edges, insertions, headings, demi-flounces, corset cov
erings and flounces, also short lengths of Laces. A variety of kinds and
styles lengths range from 1-2 to 4 yards. A host of pretty patterns and
materials. All offered at ONE-HALF PEICE
Friday Sale of Laces and Embroideries
At Far Less Than Regular Prices
17" IXDS that are just suited for summer frocks. Flouncings of Crepe,
-- Neige and Voile, in light weights that are ideal for seashore, the
mountains or at home. Every yard at a price that will appeal.
45 IN. EMBROIDERY FLOUNC
INGS $1.69 Beautiful patterns
well executed on voiles, crepes
and neiges; work is very deep,
with straight edges and novelty
scallops. Exceptional values
27 IN. EMBROIDERY FLOUNC
INGS 75c A table assortment
of these beautiful flouncings. J
Tl ,n.. ,. .,.. .1.1 .. i' ':
tut. satt(.tua ctic b'jr ctatjuiclic
with inserts of lace. Lovely
sheer Swiss, that will wash to
perfection. These are odd pieces
that we are anxious to close out.
Regular $1 .00 value at. yd. 75p
18 IN. EMBROIDERY FLOUNC
INGS 29c These are shown m
Cambric and Swiss both neat
and showy designs, well exe-
CHI Itr- Tgf r i v I. jtfO' 'JT.
cuted. with perfect scaBops.
WeH suited for children's dresses
and underwear. There is also
some corset cover embroidery in
this lot. Unapproachable values
SHADOW LACES 10c YARD
A table assortment of Shadow
and Normandy Val laces and in
sertions some in match, sets;
widths from 1 12 to 5 inches.
These are both sightly and dur
able. Remarkable values at
NORMANDY VAL FLOUNC
INGS Very effective and showy
patterns in the Normandy Val
Mesh, 18 inches wide, well made
and washable. Impossible to
duplicate at, yard ..... .25p
Summer Footwear for Little Folks
Priced $1.00 to $3.50, According to Size
"UR Juvenile Shoe Store is better prepared than ever before to serve you
in Summer Footwear needs for the little folks. All kinds of outing and
play shoes for the little folks both for the bov and the girl. They come in
tan, -white and all black leathers in such styles as Pla-Mate, Bov Scout,
Navashu, Baby Doll Pumps and Barefoot a rf , &y tr
Sandals. Priced according to size vliUU TJO yD,DJ
35c Values 19c
65c Values 39c
Bags, Suit Cases
'z And Trunks. -
Men Who Are Most Particular
to be dressed in best stvle usuallv want to wear
the "Popular's" Hart Schaffner & Marx, Rogers
Peet and "Fitform" clothes, because with the best
style, they get also the best quality; and that's -what
constitutes best value. All the newest models in plain
fabrics, novelties and blue serges. Priced at $18 to
35. Other makes $10 upward.
White Serge and Flannel Trousers
In Plain and Pin Stripes
also light greys in plain and striped and numerous
patterns that can be worn with one of our blue serge
coats. If you want to be cool and comfortable these
hot days come in and get a pair of these trousers.
They are attractively priced.
Extra Specials in Men 's Furnishings
MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS rf cross bar nainsook with, white or twey
trimmings; cut full and 61 inches Voog; one pocket, V nr
neck, style, Friday and Saturday 3C
MEN'S SILK FOUR-IN-HANDS in reversible and flow end styles.
AH colors. Friday and Saturday, 19e q -RVYR Q C
ONYS SILK HOSE Reinforced iWe neel. sole and toe, in black, tan,
grey and nay; sizes are broken; Friday and d -f r
Saturday, a pair 35c. 3 PAIRS FOR 5)1. DU
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