Wednesday, August 27, 1919.
EL E&SO HERALD
Directs That Mail for Ad
jutant General Be Sent
phoenix. Ariz. Aur- 27. Secretary
cf v. ar Newton D. BaJcer bas asked
poM.-n aster general A. E Burleson to
j--iier all mail sent fay the war de-pa-tment
to the adjutant general of
-irona delivered to governor Thomas
Canpbell. This development in the
f.ffht between the governor and CoL
' har-fs TV. Harris, who the state's ex-,
ecutive js trying to oust from office,;
f-came known when a letttr was re
ceived at the governor's office en-
closing a copy or the correspondence
between the two cabinet officers.
The letter of the secretary of war
.s a sequel to a letter recently ad
arv.ssed to the governor advising him
'hat hereafter until further notice aU
communications with the state of Art-,
z' ' i v-ould be addressed to the gov
ernor and not to the adjutant general.
L" al postal authorities, however,
er confronted with the problem of;
w oat to do with considerable mail
ft.i.ch had been sent out by the war
department before the order to secre
tary Baker to address everything to,
the governor had peen made. Harris!
declared that he was in possession of
t ie records of the office and that be,
n as at least a de facto adjutant gen-1
The governor, who some months
ago notified Harris that he had been i
removed from office and who appoint
ed Capt. Walter S. Ingalls to take bs
place felt sure that the mail should
be delivered to Capt Ingalls, who now
Y 3.s, an office in the state house. When
tie postal officials here upon advice
f United States attorney Plynn, de--idd
to hold the mail until they could
p-ceive instructions as to whom they
v"'jla deliver it, they found them
unable to obtain satisfactory
aire to Washington brought dl-
- i .ons to deliver the mail to "the
i ghtful holder of the office." As that
. the vtry Question that the superior
"d supreme courts have not yet de-
e rm m - d , the 1 ocal pos toff ice force
?u as much at sea as ever. Mean
while the mail has been accumulating.
The letter of secretary Baker to the
t simaster general follows:
The secretary of war presents his
t 'irpliments to the honorable the
Ft.a &su r general and has the honor
j request that he direct the postal
j-aUirities in Arizona to turn over to
T .e governor of Arizona all mail ad-d--s.--ecJ
to the adjutant general, state
-? Arizona, from the war department,
thouJd there be any question as to
3 procedure, that such war depart
trt as may be on hand be re-
- .rr.M for the purpose of being re--d-'-eied
MAJOR IS ARRAIGNED IN
ALLEGED FRAUD PLOT CASE
Detroit, Mich-, Aug. 27. MaJ Leslie
"a' erbury. formerly salvage officer
n tre American expeditionary forces
aa indicted by a federal grand Jury
n the charge of complicity in an si
eged conspiracy to defraud the gov--rsznent
in the sale of $30.000,MM
XmTJ? Te,?J?.' ' n' commission In the matter
a : c : . e u in federal court Tuesday asc n. ,.,-.-a it--t ,
.-...od mute .(has been filed by the A. T. & S. F.
,, ';, w.rlS,,?, v rT.hXf Ka"ay company, which owns and rp
s .ilty entered. Waterburj furnished .,, iIi
i cash bond of $7500 and probably l
Fiii ie brought to trial September 8.
To Plan For
El Pasoans Will Visit 'in
Texas and New Mex
ico in Automobiles.
A meeting of members of the lob
ben and wholesalers department of
the chamber oX cotnmrrce has been
called for Thursday afternoon at 4
oclock at the of'ices of that or
ganlsatfon to plr.n a trade boosting
trip Into New Mexico. The meeting
bas been called by A. D. Tadloek,
director of the traffic department.
Among the local manufacturers
and jobbers advocating the trip are
W. U. Daoghdrill and E. G. Krupp.
They plan to have about a doxen
wholesalers and . manufacturers go
by automobile to Pecos. Carlsbad,
Arteaia, RoswelU Portales and other
towns in this trade territory to get
acquainted aid to land orders for El
Tells Police Of
Career In Crime
Austrian Youth Confesses
to New Mexican Author
ities, Says Sheriff.
Santa ' Fe, N. M-. Aug. 27. Felix
Janocha, alias Jack Hanson, arrested
in Albuquerque and brought back to
Santa Fe by sheriff George W. Armi
Jo. has confessed to the authorities,
according to the sheriff, that he
robbed, or tried to rob, the Wood
Davis Hardware company's store on
the Plaza; S. G. Sindelar's shoe store,
H. C Tontr's Jewelry store, the Cap
ital Vulcanising company's office and
the Spanish cafo.
In several of these places money
and merchandise were stolen, but not
to any large amount. He told the po
lice he left Cracow, Austria, when the
war broke'out and fell in with profes
sional thieves, who trained him.
He Joined "The Secret Ten" at Lo
well. Mass.. he said, and assisted them
by standing iruard while they com
mitted robberies He was well paid
for that, he said, but finally the gang
was arrested and he was sent to the
reform school for nine months.
After his discharge he was unable
to get work in the east and came to
New Mexico, landing in Albuquerque,
where he was unable to secure em
ployment and made his way to Santa
Fe in July. He could get no work
and. therefore, planned the robberies,
he told the officers.
RAILROAD ASKS MORE TIME
TO COMPLY WITH ORDER
Phoenix. Arfc Aiur. 27. ADDllca-
tfon for an extension of time in complying-
with the order of the Arizona
j eratee the electric light and power
plant at Win slow, Ariz.
The company states that, althoogh
the order was issued in 191. it did not
"become the ovfner of the property
nntl 1917. During the war. the peti
tion states, prices of materials "end
scarcity of labor made it impossible
to comply. Reference is made to the
test ease now in the courts to deter
DR. THOMAS COMMISSIONED
PAST ASSISTANT SURGEON
r-r G N. ThoMSvs. who took his dis
cnarjre from theVavy & week ago, fe
r.p!vpd a. commission todav from the
secretary of the navy as past assistant! mine whether the order of the cor-
sargreon. Tne commission was tssnea ' poraiion commission ox -uie raiuaiea
a: Wahington before his discharge ; law adopted in 1914 by vote of the
here as assistant surgeon. The qnes-' people shall govern. The company
tion is now whether he is in or out asks that It be granted an extension
of tne navy. The new commission i or time until this matter is settled.
gives him rank as a lieutenant.
-trade above that in which he served
and from which he was discharged
LOXDOXEIIS USE PERISCOPES
TO SEC THE PARADE
London. Bag., Aug. 27. Hundreds
of nersons saw the seace day nroces-
Thp no at office at Brasrirvllle. Mass- Saion without savins: for hltrh nriced
has been closed because no one will seats or standing long ours In te
act as postmaster, the salary being ' streets. They used government peri
atrial 1 and the incumbent not allowed 1 scopes, which were sold at prices
o do outside work From Leslie's. ranging from 5 cents to $7.50.
Canadian "Ace," With One
Arm Disabled by Wound,
Makes Round Trip.
Mineola. N. T-. AUS 7. Three avi
ators arrived from Toronto this morn
ins, completing the round trip in the
international air race. Lieut. Robert
H. Midklff estimated his actual flying
time as nine hours and SI mlnates
He carried Sergt. Melville as a pas
senger. The other finishers were
Capt A. E. Slmonin, with MaJ. Henry
Miller as a passenger, and Lieut. W.
C F. Brown, with Lfeot Daniel B.
Glsh as passenger.
Roland Rohlfs, Bert Acosta and
Sergt. B. Coombs also completed the
round trip. Coombs's actual time was
eight hours and It minutes.
Lieut. Wallace Toons left Roose
velt field at 8:M oclock this morning
on the last leg of the aviation race
between Toronto and NewYork, and
Lieut. O. S. Palmer left at ,3;Jtr oclock.
Ace" Makes Iloond Trip.
Toronto. Ont.. Aug. 27. CoL W. O
Barker, famous Canadian airman, fly
ing a captured German fokker, com
pleted the round trip from Toronto to
New York in the international aerial
derby at 9.35 a. m. today. He said
that his wound shattered left arm.
which was nearly frozen during the
eastern flight, was uncomfortable,
but had not caused him much incon
venience in making the trip from Buf
falo this morning.
A record for long distance flying
is claimed for MaJ. Rudolph Schroe
der, who yesterday completed the race
between Toronto and New York and
return. In actual flying time MaJ.
Schroeder was in the air nine hours
and 16 minutes. The- first half of the
Journey from Toronto to New York
was accomplished in four hours and
three minutes. Good wather condi
tions on the return Journey cut the
record to five hours and 32 minutes.
POLICEMEN REFUSE TO HOLD
UP HANDS; ARREST SOLDIERS
Shortly after Z ocloek Wednesday
morning' the police received a call
from a hotel at Seventh and South
HI Paso streets, saying two intox
icated soldiers had everybody la the
nlace covered with their guns.
The call was answered by polfcoJ
captain w. A. Simpson, detective- p.
M. Jacobs and policemen L. T. Robey
and W. C Woolverton. Capt. Slmpaor
-was the first to arrive, and one of
the soldiers tried to make blm put
up his hands, but failed. The soldiers
were arrested and gave their names
as Bradley and Morgan of company A.
19th infantry. Charges of being
drunk, disturbing the peace and as-
sault were filed against them. Later
tney were turned over to tne provosi
HOUSE REPUBLICANS AGREE
ON LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM
Washington, D. C Aug: 27. House
Republicans, meeting in a party con
ference last night, agreed that the
legislative program for the re
mainder of the special session should,
if- possible, include railroad reorgan
ization, adoption of policies for oper
ating the merchant marine and re
organizing the army, and the enact
ment of measures for retirement of
civil service employes and for the
rehabilitation of Industrial cripples.
HOBBY ORDERS EXTRADITION
OF DELMAS TO WASHINGTON
Austin. Texas. Aug. 27. Gov. w.
P. Hobby today granted the extradi
tion of D. M. Del mas, recently par
doned because of his war record after
escaping from the Texas penitentiary.
The extradition of Del mas was asked
ay the state of Washington, where he
was wanted on a charge of breaking
jail while he was held for an alleged
20 CASES OP SPEEDING
SINCE AUGUST 1
Approximately 30 cases alleging
violations of various traffic laws have
been nled in the two Justice courts
here since August L Many of the
i cases have already come to trial and
small lines assessed, iiost oi tne
cases are for speeding.
Private Branch Exchange 3300.
Cor. Mesa Ave. and San Antonio St.
For Women at tKe Nomi
nal Price of
ATJi the items among the end of the month
"specials, here is one that stands out prominently.
We offer choice of the following lots of women's
new Fall boots that should sell or at least $7.50:
9 in. top blade bools. -with perfo
rated tips and ivelt soles, in sizes 2 1-2
to 7, in widths B. C. D and E.
9-inch gray doth lop booh to match gray kid vamp, turned safe, in sizes
2 1-2 to 7, and uidtht D.CandD.
Cray lpd vamp boots, tamed soles, lon English Vfalipng heel, perfor
ated tips, sizes 2 1-2 to 7, widths B, C and D.
9-inch brotm cloth top boots to match- bro&n kid vamp, Cuban heel, in
sizes 2 1-2 to 7, Jt-idths B, C, D and E. v ,
Any of the above you select will prove to be the best
values you can possibly buy. While you have a
large stock to select from, we sug
gest that you come early tomor
row and take your choice at
I Private Breach Bxekafe 3300. I JIall end Phone Order. Prompt y Filled. j
Cor. Ue.a Ave and San Anionlo St. " '
Sciiool Preparation WeeK
For Tne College krirl and
THE present Fall displays on the 5th floor make it the most
attractive section of the entire store. In addition to Fall dis
plays we will specially feature for the last three days of the
month the following items:
Do Notj Be Tardy
COMING late to take advantage of tLe month
end specials in the Girls Own Shop will he
almost as bad as being tardy at school. We have
selected the three following items to introduce the
first day of month end specials.
JUNIOR MISS' SERGE SKIRTS
Theee are fall plemted models, made on band with or
without separate belts, sixes 13, 15 ami 17 years.
S5X0 values for end of month eS3J Os S
special at O.VJ
These are made of felt. New York school girls are
taking to them like "wildfire." The latest in school
beadwear, suitable for girls from 10 to 16 years. We
feature these for end of the month ( 1 O S
special at SI.
These made of pretty plaids, solid and combination
patterns. Well made and foil cut, sizes 13, 15 and
17 yean. s.uo values lor eno oi ineggcn
month special at
In addition to the above, school girls will find in
cluded in the month end specials middy Mouses, mid
dy skirts, woe! skirts, gingham dresses, underwear
and millinery. ith floor.
THE 'three following specials in our enlarged
Underwear Department on the 3rd floor will
add further interest to the end of the month specials.
SILK TEDDIES $3.50
This is a most attractive line of crepe de chine .and
washable satin teddies. They are daintily trimmed
in val laces and embroidered rosebuds. Some show
shoulder straps, others are corset O
cover style. Month end special at 3.JJ
' $7.50 PETTIBOCKERS $3.95
We will also featnre as a month end special, fine
quality jersey sitt rettiboefcers. These come in every
imaginable shade ' and are regular $7.50 values,
month end special $3.95
UNION SUITS $1.45
Those of our customers who wear light weight union
suits the year around will certainly take advantage
of this offer. They are made of fine quality mer
cerized lisle with Venetian silk tope. These come in
either tight or umbrella knee with bodice or open
. TUT . : anJ okito nj . -fall rMX
IQgMJ. XHCj' CHOC Ml puaiw auw ." j
of sues. Jtonta ena special tji JLS
Shoes j 1 ,
For The Balance Of School Preparation Week'
rE offer you an exceptional value for the
growing girls m these Billiken shoes. I nese
come in black patent leather, low heel, welt sole,
lace style and made on a medium toe last. A good
looking serviceable shoe. Sizes ? o (TV
212 to 7. Special price SjJO.
While canvas high top shoes. These have low heels,
welt sole and are the lace style. Sizes 2 1-2 to 6.
FOR THE GROWING GIRL
We feature the Scuffer shoe for school or play. You
soles and come in both medium and foot form shapes.
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2.
A black kid button shoe made OB the wide toe last
and is a splendid value. Sizes O jOv f
HV4to2. Price tp) CjP o W
De featuer the Scuffer jhoe for school or play. You
will find it the shoe tilt will wear. They come in
black, tan and smoke colors, both button and ktce
styles. Sues 5 1-2 to 8.
SHOP here tomorrow and Saturday. Store
will be closed all tlay Monday Labor
. - -
A wide range of choice is offered of this season's best models in all wool serges, point
twill, tricotine, silvertone and velours. These are strictly hand tailored garments, show
II the new ideas in embroidery and braid models. They come in colors of navy, pekin,
brown and overseas blue. They are l A,
an end of the month special at f-JJ O
Coats For The Suits For The
A COAT is an absolute necessity in the
college girl's wardrobe, and this item
can be easily supplied from this special.
These coats come in wool, relonr and sil
vertone and are ideal for school wear. -They
are strictly hand tailored and very modish.
They come in colors of brown, taupe, rein
deer, oxMood, pekin and navy. An end
of the month 6!QO gZTh
COLLEGE gu-fe and women of small
stature will welcome this special. Doz
ens of the season's best models are offered
in velour de laine, silvertone, tricotine,
wool serges and check velours.' These are
offered in colors of navy, reindeer, brown,
pekin, russet, mahogany and overseas blue.
These suits are hand tailored and sOk
lined. End of the g yl A CT
month special at tpVO IJ
'IPWO groups of waiste have been selected for the end of the month selling.
waists in these lots come in sues ana colors ror ue college gui.
' Special No. 1 Is composed of attracthe
georget Uonees, both square and round
oeckT hand embroidered and pleated. These
come ap a big range of colors. Values are
$7.50 and in some eases more. Price for
end of the month (3 A r
Special No. 2 Handsomest blouses of the
season. They arc made of fine georget and
beautifully embroidered- in contrasting col
or. In this lot ue quite a number of ex
tra size blouses. Values are to $12-5c,
end of the month f3 7 CSir
For Young Women. Matrons
THE 5th floor millinery section is a veritable panorama ot
the new millinery for FalL For end of the month, wc
feature a delightful display of panne and Lyons velvet cre
ations which have just arrived. El Paso women who are look
ing for a stylish Fall hat at a nominal price win find it in this
offer. These are black panne and Lyons velvet hats of good
qualities. A limited number of brawn, navy and purple are
Ho tnduded. These are medium and small
hats, mushrooms, chin-chins, turbans, tri
cornea, curled brans and soft effects, also
an assortment of irregular shape that are
ao much in vogue this season. These are
trimmed with ostrich, ribbon, cord and tas
sel and novel fancies. This is our contribution to the end of the moath
special.- we, otter you cue ice at
C Fl-r-' X
us to sell them at
BLOUSES AT $2.25
About 100 of these blouses are made of
georget and crepe de chine, same of printed
Moiget, brosen sizes.
$2.95 values at
, 6th Floor.
Month End Special i
Jn The Downstairs Store
l"TwHE Downstairs Store always takes a prominent place in
month end specials. Those for this month are of unusual
AFTERNOON AND EVENING DRESSES
Many of these are made of beaded gem get and come is
piak, white, flesh, gray, apricot and 6? O , Sf
blue. J25.09 values at lf$.l. 0?
SILK DRESSES AT $7.85
These are made of printed georget, crepe de china, taffeta,
foulard and satin. 5 g r"
$10.85 values at tJV .
SILK DRESSES AT $13.85
Tlnse dross ec are made of satin and taffeta, also combina
tions of georget. (oloxs are black, navy, copes, champagne
tod brown. ' fl-g o fig
f 15.00 values at $10, iJZj
SILK DRESSES AT $16.85
These are made mostly of satin and faw quality Crepe de
;hine. Some beautifa embroidered numbers and you wiU
find some Rosemary models and also afternoon frocks
BLOUSES AT $4.75
In this assortment you will find high grade waists made
ot georget and crepe ae dune, lnese Having sugat imper
These are made of crepe de ehiae and come in flesh, black
and white, sites up to 42. Q "Iff
Special price , JpOiO
s COTTON BLOUSES AT 55c
These blouses are made of voile and lawn,
tome are tailored styles, others embroidery
and lace trimmed.
MIDDIES AT $1.00
These middies are made of twilled muslin,
some in plans white, others with colored
eoBars and cuffs. Come in sizes for ehfl
dren and women. tfl ar"fcir"V
Special price at y i.
SWEATERS AT $4.85
These sweaters are made, of all wool with
gray Angora collars, cornel ia buff, turquoise,
rose, copen and emerald; gt O g?
Sizes to 46. Special price at tp. CZJ
Two Special Lois of New Fall
For Afonth End Special at $3.85 and $4.85
It will be a joy to yon to see this eaptiratiBg die
play of new Fall milhne:y that bas just come into
The Popular. The newness of these hats very ap
parent and you will find ever so many variations
in shapes in trimmings at prices surprisingly low.
The' Downstairs Store's tlat Shop is an unending
procession of new arrivals. As fast as they come,
they are sold. You always are assured new mer
chandise. AT $3.85 is an exceedingly interesting collection of
new Lyona and silk velvet hats. All manner of
shapes. Rolled brims in black, brown and navy. The
trimming touches are distinctly new.
AT $4.85 are Lyons and panne elvet creations. A
Mr slei-t ""i- Black, navy,
brown and combinations. Downstairs Store,
OCT of town Mothers of
School Children will fmj
ear MaH Order Department a
Brigaty. satisfactory source of
Misses' hose, medium weight)
fine ribbed, double heel and
toe. All sizes from 7 to 10.
in buck, white and tan. See-
These hose are made of white
sOk and Bale tops, sizes S; : to
10. End of the month special,
WOMEN'S LISLE HOSE
These hose are made of fine
mercerized lisle and come in
black, brown, navy, gray and
white. 65c values for end of
the month O fj
Crochet patterns of venice col
lars, suitable for children's
coats and dresses. Colors white
and eeru. Month end special,
values at 59c
CUFF LINKS OR BOYS
Coif links far boys, different
designs and colors. Splendid
for school wear. QQ
50e values for Uvl
SUGAR AND CREAM
Acid etched glass sugar an l
cream sets in attractive de
signs and shapes. Regular
$1.00 values for end of the
CHIEFS Initial haodkereaiefs suitable
for the krger school girl, em
broidered corners, initials, in
all white and dainty colors.
special, S for
MONTH end special
in toilet articles to in
troduce you to lie new loca
tion of this department on the
street floor First aisle, Mesa
Dr. Berry's Freckle Oint-
nent, Month End Special 49c
Dr. Berry's KremoU, spec 79c
Dr. Berry's Cream Balm. . 79c
Frostilla, Month End Spec 21c
Packer's Tar Shampoo at. 39c
Pouoci's Face Powder at 39c
Willow's Toilet Water 69c
Mary FnEer Kail Pouah. . 33c
Herpidde, month end spec 39c
Mentholatnm, special 19c
Q-t-no Depilatory, special 59c
Odor-shun (deodorant) .. 19c
Dr. Lyon's Tootls Powder. . 19c
Tokalon Santonex. snecial 55 c
Evening Jasmine Face Pdr. 39c
Jergn's Oriental Talcnra,
month end special, 2 for 25c
Jergen's" Witch Hard Soap,
month end special, box. . 25c
,1st Aisle, Street Floor.
Month End Specie! In
TO add still further inter
est to School Preparation
Week, we feature all end of
the month specials in school
suits that we know will appeal
to mothers. These are well
made 0 excellent material.
None are smarter ia style, nor
better in fabrics. AH are made
ia the newest models and are
serviceable. The trousers are
lined, throughout, double seat
and double knee, adding Ion.;
Ihe to the garment. There is
a size, a model and a fabric to
please the "hard to please."
The values are out of the or
dinary, sizes 7 to 16 years.
Special price at $10-50.
These Kaynee Blouses are
made of fine material and
come in different colors. $1.00
values at 69c; 51.50 values at
95c, and $2 t3 1 C?
values at ID
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