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EX PASO HERALD
Tuesday, May 18, 1915
ISEBSLL GOVERNOR TALKS SEHflTE PASSES 111 II W
Leave Your Orders Early
For Decoration Day Flowers
PLAYER DRflWNS AGAINST SALOONS IKBSIESi JOIN IN CLEANUP
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JackLeightonLosesHisIiiie
While Swimming in Ce
ment Plant Reservoir.
Jack Leighton, an amateur baseball
plajer, lost bis lite Monday afternoon, I
about 3 IS, while swimming in the res-
rvoir above the plant of the South- i
western Portland Cement company.
The young: man drowned in -ight of
Eugene Troctor, his companion.
Leighton and Troctor. who is a stew- ,
ard at the Sheldon hotel, went to the
reservoir together. They had been in '
the water less than three minutes when
Leigh ton told his companion that he i
was going: to swim to the other side, j
He had reached deep water 35 or 40 feet j
from the shore when he suddenly i
ceased swimming and went under. He ;
came up again and went down and
came up a third time. Then he san.
for the third time and he was not '
seen again.
Went Down Three Times,
"I heard bis cry for help as he be
gan drowning," said Troctor, "but be
ing a very poor swimmer was -unable to
go to his assistance. I advised him
against attempting to swim across the
reservoir, but he was a good swimmer
and had no fear. He must have been
taken with cramps."
Troctor immediately sought help. A
party of bathers had Just left. He over
took them and they began a search
by diving. A number of Mexicans also
aided in the search. Troctor then got
into communication with Hal Leighton,
a brother, who is storekeeper at the
Sheldon, and the brother Joined in the
search. Capt. W. D. Greet of the police
department also went out. Efforts to
find the body continued until after
dark and the work was then aban
doned until Tuesday. There Is neither
a boat or any equipment for dragging 1
tne reservoir, and this nandlcaped the
searchers.
Efforts to recover the body of Leigh
ton "were made during the morning
Tuesday but without result.
Another Almost Drowned.
During the afternoon, one of the
Mexican searchers, swimming close to
shore, nearly lost his life by drowning.
He began calling for help but his
companions on the bank apparently be
lieving him in fun. jeered him. Finally
one of the Mexicans went to his as
sistance. Leighton had been in 1 Paso for
several months, coming here from
Sacramento, CaL He was employed for
a time witn tne xroy laundry. He
played on the Feldman baseball team
and at the time of his death was wait
ing for a tryout in the Bl Paso team
by manager John McCloskey. He was
21 years old.
MEXICIN IS ARRESTED
OX BIC1CLE THEFT CIIARGti
Manuel Lopez was arrested. at the
Santa Fe bridge Tuesday morning by
the immigration authorities immedi
ately after the police had telepnoneJ
the bridge that a bicycle belonging to
Lester Burnett, a messenger, had been
stolen.
A charge of theft of a bicycle was
entered against him at the police sta
tion. GET RID OP HUMORS
Hood'M Sarsaparilla Is the Medicine to
Take Makes Pore Blood.
Dry, moist, scaly tetter, pimples,
boils, and other eruptions come from
humors, which may be either inherited,
or acquired through defective diges
tion and assimilation.
To treat these eruptions with dry
ing medicines is dangerous.
Hood's Sarsaparilla, the old reliable
medicine, helps the system to dis
charge the humors, and improres the
digestion and assimilation.
Get Hood's Sarsaparilla from your
druggist. It may be confidently re
lied upon to do its work. It purifies
the blood, tones t-e stomach, ana
nuuds up tne whole system.
It goes
to the roots of diseases, and Its benefi- ,
elal results are nermanent Tt t
clal results are permanent. It sets
things to rights in the system. Re
member to ask for Hood's Sarsaparilla.
because nothing else acts like It and
nothing else can take Its place. Adv.
PRESIDENT
AMBASSADOR
STATESMAN
CA2?DYSJJ3
OX OUR XOYELTY
CANDY PEBBLES
CANDY COVERED PUFFED RICE
20c THE LB.
"WEDNESDAY ONLY
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MESA AVENUE ATTD TEXAS STREET
Order a pint of Ice cream, 25c
Why Swelter in the Heat This Summer?
Come Where the Breezes Blow!
Silver City, Xew Mexico, Has the Finest
Summer Climate to Be Found la
the Southwest.
The nights are cool and a blanket is
nearly always required for comfort.
Xo dust storms, mosquitoes or malaria.
Government approved region. Army
sanatorium at Fort Bayard nine miles
to the East First class sanatoria and
boarding houses. Summer session of
the Normal School begins May list and
continues eight weeks. Wonderful
scenery, good automobile roads; camp
ing, hunting and fishing in nearby
mountains. Altitude 6,000 feet.
TVrite to the Chamber of Commerce
f i information and booklet Adv.
"100 I
PURE"
Cdrrttl
kO ? &
; New Mexico Executive Says
Saloons Cannot Be Con-
troled; "Shut Them TJp."
Governor "W. C. McDonald "The
saloon cannot be controlled by law.
Since it cannot be regulated and
cannot be made to obey the law,
take the step which you know will
be effective and close it up."
Justice R. H Hanna "The saloons
are violating every law of God and
man. If the law of God prevailed
the saloonkeeper would be sent out
to the penitentiary to serve time
with his victims."
Judge E. a Abbott "If they will
not quit this nefarious business of
robbing men of their reason and
their manhood, let us make it a
crime to sell liquor in any form
here:"
CoL Jose D. Sena "Drink hurts
our people more than anything else.
It is the duty of all to help eradicate
the saloon and save the Spanish
American people from its clutches.
Let us vote to free this city from
the abominable evil of the liquor
habit"
Santa Fe, X. M, May IS. These are
some of the expressions of the state's
chief executive, of Us supreme court
Justice and leading clt liens against the
saloon.
At a meeting to organize for the fight
at the polls on June 7, Gov. W. C Mc
Donald made a strong speech against
the liquor traffic, declaring that, since
it could not be controled by law, it
should be put out of business. Justice
R. H. Hanna declared at the meeting
that, if the law of God prevailed, every
saloon keeper would be sent to the pen
itentiary. Justice E. C Abbott. CoL
Jose D. Sena, Judge Edmund Abbott,
judge John R. McFie and other promi
nent men of the state also spoke
strongly against the sale of liquor in
&.nta Fe and declared that there was
but one way to stop it. and that was
to legislate it out of business on June 7.
Representative Meeting.
The meeting was one of the most
representative ever held In Santa Fe
with the 'most prominent jurists, city
officials, representative business men.
The public meeting came after a series
of protests against the way Santa Fe
naa Deen deoauched with liquor in the
past. Efforts to enforce the existing
laws are claimed to have been defeated
and every effort to make the capital
city a respectable place in which to live
overcome by the saloons, the speakers
at me meeting declared.
CoL Jose D. Sena acted as chairman
of the meeting and Melvin T. Dunlavyi
as scretarv. Jurlr. John It MlTi n,.l
as secretary. Judge John R. McFie pre
sided at the opening of the meeting as
the temporary chairman. Chief Justice
Clarence H. Roberts, of the state su
preme court, drew up the platform as
chairman of that committee. The re
port of the committee was adopted
unanimously, its principal plank being
the elimination of the saloon from Santa
Ee on June 7. While the committee
was considering the platform. Judge
Hanna, of the supreme court, made a
strong speech against the saloon. He
denounced the saloon as the greatest
civic evil and declared that the present
conditions in Santa Fe are due to the
Influence of the saloons.
Deflea Saloon Men.
Going to the edge of the platform, the
justice declared: "You saloon men who
are now smiling at what I say will have
the smile gone from your faces on June
8." as he shook a menacing finger in
the direction of some local saloon men
who were present at the mass meeting.
This was received with a burst of ap
plause which was led by chairman Sena.
who proposed three cKeers for each of
the speakers who denounced the saloon.
Chairman Sena made a powerful speech
ET?h S ?,?. w. AiiiTS
against the liquor trade. He declared
that the most widespread damage naa
been done to the Spanish-American
people by the sale of whisky and de
nounced the men who trafficed in it
as the lowest of the low. "I am not a
prohibitionist." said the chairman, "but
conditions have simply reached a point
In Santa Fe where decency must pre
vaiL" Governor McDonald made a cooL
business talk to the crowd in which he
declared that, from his observation since
he had become governor, he was con
vinced of the havoc wrought by the
salons and said that, where men were
too weak to withstand the appeal of
liquor, strong men must become their
brother's keeper.
Abbott Given Ovation.
To justice Abbott was given one of
I the most entnusiasiic receptions, rw-
lowing threats which were said to have
1 been made against his political career
j because of his attitude on the saloon
question, juBiice apdou was gnen -u
ovation, led by chairman Sena. "I am
not a coward." said judge Abbott. "1
say to all you people that I stand
squarely against the saloon. If that po
sition will defeat my ambition for the
future. I am perfectly willing to be de
feated." Judge Abbott told of his per
sonal friends who had been ruined by
whisky and characterized It as the
"poison of the devil himself."
Meliton Castillo made a speech in
Spanish against the saloon.
Justice A. L. Morrtsion made a vig
orous speech against the traffic and
appealed to the voters, as an old man
who had seen what liquor would do to
men, to vote out the saloons on June 7.
Meetings are to be held at frequent
Intervals and speeches made against
the saloons from now until the local
option election The women are taking
an active part in tlie crusade and were
present at the meeting
HERALD NEWSIES ARE GUESTS
AT A LYRIC PERFORMANCE
Herald newsboys had a big time at
the Lyric theater last evening. Form
ing at The Herald office, they marched
down El Paso street to San Antonio,
east on San Antonio to Stanton and
back down San Antonio and El Paso
to the theater. Thev were entertained
with a German and blackface farce,
entitled 'The Siamese Twins." and all
the bovs joined In tne cnorus oi up
Four of the I
perary when It was sung.
boys! when asked if any of them could
do stunts, maae meir y w .
stage and sang. The host. Mr. McGee.
was well pleased with the manner in
which the boys acted, and the boys
were equally well pleased with their
reception and entertainment.
jr.VREZ M1VS CMl T1KKX:
StS WAS A WOMAN'S JOKE
J W. Flynn. of Juarez, telephoned
the El Paso police department Monday
afternoon that his new Studebaker car
had disappeared and that a womin was
supposed to have stolen It Later In the
day -he advised the police that the car
had been located.
Mr. Flynn stated Tuesday that the
car had been taken as a joke. A woman
was implicated in the disappearance of
the car. he stated.
UNITED RWI.WAIS CVX
PVY XO MORE DIVIDENDS
San Francisco. Calif., May 18. The
United Railways, operating most of the
street railway lines In San Francisco,
was ordered today by the railroad com
mission of California to pay no more
dividends, "in the absence of snr nlan
for restitution" of $1,096,000 withdrawn
from the company's treasury on a note
bv Patrick Calhoun, of San Francisco
and Cleveland, former president of the '
compan)
Bill Providing for Purchase
of Old Capitol Site Goes
to the Governor.
Austin, Texas, May 18. Three bills
were passed finally in the senate to
day under suspension 01 the rules. Tne
bills passed were Parr's bill creating
i Lanham county out of a part of Duval
count . Johnson's bill amending the law
, creating the HanDT Independents school
t .Hn.vf.., I.. Vnnnll .,.. &n.4 th,
; house bill making an appropriation of
)i,wu xor tne purcnase 01 me sue 01
the first canital of Texas at old Wash
ington. in Washington county. This
! last named bill has passed both
j branches and becomes a law upon re-
ceiving the approval of the governor. I
' I'resiaent In woreciaiivc
I The secretary of the senate today re-
i celved a communication from J. F. Tu
j raulty, secretary to president Wilson.
I acknowledging receipt of the resolution
1 of the senate on the destruction of the
A Lusitanla. In this letter, secretary Tu
" multv said: "The president directs me
to acknowledge the receipt of your tel-
I egram of May 1 and to express his pro-
found appreciation of the action of the
senate of J.exs in lis generous wpiw
sion of confidence and support. He
asks me to say to you that such mes
sages hearten him greatly."
GlbHon BUI Considered.
Consideration of the educational ap
propriation bill was taken up in the
senate. The senate committee on in
surance, composed of the entire mem
bership of the senate. Is this afternoon
considering the Gibson bllL
It appears that a tacit agreement has
been reached by the opponents of the
bill in the senate not to block or delay
its consideration. Lieutenant governor
Hobby, who is favorable to the meas
ure, is not now expected to reach here
until tonight or tomorrow morning.
Consideration of the. departmental ap
propriations bill was resumed in the
house today and considerable progress
was made on the measure. An amend
ment was adopted adding S40W a year
for the establishment of a course or
hygiene sanitation and improvement
of public health in the public schools
of the state, under the direction of the
board of health.
Fight Over Agricultural Item-
There was a fight over appropriations
for the department of agriculture. The
bill carried SS8.866 a year. Represen
tative Tillotson offered an amendment
striking out 29.304 for salaries of in
stitute workers.
Representative Dixon, of Harris, op
posed this amendment on the grounds
that the law requires the commissioner
to maintain lecturers. The amendment
was pending when the house recessed.
A 111 Submit Additional Measures.
Governor Ferguson is expected during
this week to send in several additional
measures for the consideration of the
J?l"akers: Amongihe proposed meas
lawmakers. AmwuB ic """" ..
....... that arv scheduled to be recom
mended by the executive this week are
the Galveston dry dock bllL the high
way commission bllL and probably
some legislation on the penitentiary
Flcbt Over Xormml Bill Likely.
A fight is likely to be precipitated
in the legislature over the bill creat
ing the three state normals over the
action of the house committee on edu
cation In eliminating the governor and
lieutenant governor from the locating
board. The bill as introduced merely
provided that the governor, lieutenant
governor and attorney general shall
constitute the board to select the sites
fnr the! Institutions, but the iwise
committee amended it by providing that j
generaL state superintendent of public
instruction and the chairmen of the
boards of regents of the university. A.
and M. and of the four white state
normals. Should the house pass the
bill in this shape, it will likely be re
jected by the senate and result In the
measure being referred to a free con
ference committee
LOWER VALLEY SCHOOLS
CLOSE FOR THE SUMMER
Clint. Texas. May 18 The Clint pub
lic schools, as well as those of Fa bens
and San Elizarlo. have closed for the
summer season. Miss Josephine Silva Is
conducting a subscription school at
Clint.
Prof. B. F. Brlggs and wife who
have been conducting the San Ellzario
schools, left last week for Playas, New
Mexico, where they will spend the sum
mer month on their ranch.
A number of the boys connected with
the reclamation service are stopping at
Hotel Clint and are making another
survey of this section of the - alley.
Jack McKinney, a student of the
Roswell Military institute, was a visi
tor to bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. C M.
McKinney. at Clint. He will return to
Roswell for a few weeks more work,
after which he expects to spend the
summer at this place.
J R. Humble of Guthrie, Oklahoma,
brother of C D. and E. A. Humble, has
arrived with his family, and will make
his home near San Elizarlo, where he
will be Interested in farming with E.
A. Humble this season.
Brooks Dalton, of the Clint Mercan
tile & Banking company, is now in
California spending his summer vaca
tion. Mrs. Ella Pullen has left for Bisbee.
Arizona, where she will spend several
weeks visiting her son, John Pullen,
and other relatives.
The regular weekly dance at Hotel
Clint was well attended, a number of
-1 Fasoans being present. It has been
decided to Rive the dances- only every
two weeks during the summer months.
DOUBLE POSTAGE CHARGED
OX "SHORT-PAID" LETTERS
Complaints are being made by the
local postoffice officials because of
"short-paid" postage on fqrelgn mails.
The postoffice department has notified
postmaster E. A. Shelton that letters
and other articles mailed at the El
Paso postoffice for foreign points
which do not carry sufficient postage
should be held until the sender ran be
notified, as double the regular rate is
collected when a letter is sent "vlthout
sufficient postage.
The department has issued a bulletin
giving the countries to which a letter
may be sent at the regular domest c
rate of two cents an ounce. These are
Canada. Mexico. Cuba. Panama v.ntr-
land, Scotland. Wales. Ireland and
Shanghai. China. Letters mav be sent
direct to Germany on a direct steamer
for two cents but, as there is now no
direct shipping to that country, this
country is checked from the list For
all other countries the rate is five cents
an ounce, or fraction.
RECEIVKS 10.000 COPIES
OF CW TEXAS STATUTES
Austin. Texas. May 18. Ten thousand
copies of the new laws enacted at the
regular session of the 31th legislature,
January i: to March 30. have been re
ceived by the secretary of state's de
partment and are now ready for distri
bution. The volume contains 166 general,
special and local laws, and 12 resolu
tions. This is the first time in many
ears where the laws have been printed
so close after the adjournment of a
regular session.
MARRIED SEW MEXICO
TIIEX COMBS TO RL PASO
Mr and Mrs. W. L. fidgar. who were
married .a week ago In Bernalillo, X. M.,
have come to El Paso. They made the
trip overland by automobile.
Mrs. Edgar was formerly Mrs. Laura
Gardner.
Mr Edgar will go in business in El
Tnfln faovmc nnrrhoaMl in tnn.B. ...
the Elite laundry on South Uregon
steet.
TJ.
S. Officers to Assist City
Officials in Making
El Paso Spotless,
An inspection of Chihuahuita pre
paratory to a campaign for the clean
ing no of the southern portion of the
city was started Tuesday morning by
rr W. C Kluttx. city health officer.
' and Maj. Clarence J. Manly, of the rth
I lnLa.ntr?: ... . u.. ... I
I n.1- f . .....1,1. .1 n ....HA.. , tl,B . 1
, cepted the offer of Brig. Gen. John J,
: Pershing, commanaer 01 me eienra in
finlrv brizade. for the use or army
surgeons in his command and the in- ,
speetiott is being made today with Maj.
Manly 'Is the result. Dr. Kluttx and
Mai. Haaly will devote the entire day
to the work and will visit all sections ,
0r the city where it is planned to im
nmv oanitarv conditions.
Whatever work is undertaken in I
Chihuahuita, it is stated, will be under
the direction of Dr. Kluttz and his force
of inspectors.
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Gift From Father To Son
Mountain Hon cubs as a present from
father to son is a new way of showing i
parental devotion.
B. V. Lilly, who is a professional
hunter and trapper, caught two moun
tain Hon cubs in the Mogollons. near ,
Alma. N. M.. and sent them to Silver
City for shipment to his son. H. X.
Lilly, who works at the El Paso Ice
Ik Refrigerator Co. as a bookkeeper.
Young Lilly did not know what to
do with the cubs as he could not keep
them in his room and he could not find
a buer for them. He finally took
them to Washington park and placed
them la the zoo until he can find a
market for his vicious little pets.
GEORGE ELSW0RTH CHARGED I
WITH THE THEFT OF TOOLS
Charged with having stolen a set of i
carpenter's tools. George Elswortn
was bound over to the grand jury .
Tuesday morning by Justice J. M. Dead
er following his examining triaL Bond
was fixed at S7S. j
The complaint was made by A. A. King,
who testified that he had been doing
some work at postoffice substation A.
at the corner of Piedras and Montana .
streets and left his tools locked in a
room above. Tuesday morning, when
h returned to work he found the tools
gone, he stated, and later, he said he
had seen the defendant with the tools ,
in his possession. I
VLTV VISTA CLUB AVAXTS
EXTRXSIOX OH ITS. SCHOOL
Alta Vista wishes a'large extension
built on the Alta. Vista school to in
clude an auditorium for public meet
ings and community affairs. .
A meeting of the Alta Vista Improve- !
ment club will be held Wednesday
evening for a business session to con
sider plans for the enlargement of the
school. '
A committee will -be appointed at
this meetlne to confer with the school
board about the needs of the Alta Vista
district for more school facilities.
GAXGSTERS WORK FOR
UXIOXS THROUGHOUT BAST
.ew iwk. Ay io. vpciuuiw ,i m- j
gangviers erapiojea uy oiiitiais m
bor unions to tntmidate the employers
In dotkln' trade strikes, extend from
New York to Cleveland, Philadelphia
and other large cities, according o evi
dence, the substance of which was dis
closed by district attorney Perkins to
day Much of this evidence was given
in the confession of "Dopey Bsnny
Fein.
IIIGIILVND'PUtK STREET CU
VXD FORD HAVE COLLISION
A Highland Park street car and a
Ford auto, owned by John Burch, col
lided at the corner of Mesa avenue
and San Antonio street at 10 oclock
Monday night as the street car was
going to the barns.
The auto was said to have crossed
San Antonio going from Broadway into
Mesa avenue when the collision oc
curred. A front wheel of the auto was
broken but Burch was not injured.
OWKI.I, .UD WEEKS FOR3I
A NEW LA IV PARTOBRsIlIP
Charles L. Vowell and J. F. Weeks I
have formed a law partnership and
will open offices at once. Mr. Vowell
has been practicing alone and Mr.
Weeks has been associated with M. W.
Stanton.
Volney X. Brown and Randolph
Terry have dissolved the law partner
ship of Brown & Terry and will open
separate offices.
DR. T. P. CIIRISTM.N IS
APl'UIVTHD COW I.!PBCTOR
Mayor Tom Lea Tuesday morning
announcled the appointment of Dr. T.
P. Christian as tnberculer inspector to J
une tne place ol ur. K. A. juggins in
the city health department.
The duties of the office involve the
inspection of cows.
Physician's
"Dr. Holmes, the vell.lmovn nVfn
specialist, writes:
"I am convinced that the D. D. D
Prescription is as much a speciflc for
Eczema as qnlntne for malaria. I
have been prescribing the D. D. D.
remedy for years." This soothing com
pound of oil of wlntergreen and other
healing ingredients gives instant re
lief the moment it is applied.
It sinks through the pores, kills and
throws off the gnawing disease germs
and aulcklr heals the inflamed tisanes-
All cases of skin disease, mild or vlo-1
OPHELIA
D. D. D.-f or 15 years-the Standard Skin Remedy
Such Beautiful New Parasols
Hot Weather Wash Fabrics Always Something New to See
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DAINTY SHEER EMBROIDERED VOILES
AND CREPES, 36 and 38 in. wide, are excel
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per yard.
32 IN. SHIRTING MADRAS in
all-white, neat stripe'effects; a
splendid assortment.
Special values, yd..
MA ALL OVER
Would Scratch. Very Cross and
Fretful. Used Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. In Two Weeks
Head Sound and Well.
Koute No. J. Bos 15. Canton. N. C
"My baby had eczema on bis head awful
bad. It commenced by breaking out In
pimples and soon became & sond eruption
aH over the top of Ids bead. He would
scratch in spile of everything that couH ba
done and was very cross and fretful.
I tried many other remedies but nothing
Kemed to help in the least. A friend recom
mended Cnticura Soap and Ointment to
me and induced me to try them. I com
menced washing toe scalp with the Cuticura
Soap and then rubbing on the Cuticura
Ointment and in two weeks' time his head
was sound and wett." (Signed) Mrs.
Margaret ConML July 30. 1914. t
Delicate skins become irritated and severe
eruptions develop. Then treatment after
treatment Is tried and found wanting until
life becomes a nightmare of torture and
dbllgureraent. imposing a fearful handicap
in the race for business or socl&i advance
ment. Yet tms physical and mental suffer
ing might have been avoided by use of
Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With .2-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress postcard "Cuticura, Dept. T, Bos
ton." Sold throughout toe world.
Hairs Will Vanish
After This Treatment
(Toilet Helps)
You can keep, your skin free from
hair or fuzz by the occasional use of
plain delatone and In using it ou need
hae no fear of marring or injuring;
the skin A thick paste is made by
mixing; some of the powdered delatone
with water. Then spread on the hairs
and after 2 or 3 minutes rub off. wash '
the skin and all traces of hair have
vanished Be careful, however, to get
real delatone Advertisement.
TfiY HFRflLD WANT ADS
8Mn Remedy
let. yield to this soothiig liquid wash.
the D D D Prescription
All druggists sell D D. D BOe and
tl 00. A generous trial bottle for only
He Come in and let us tell you
about our money back guarantee that
D D. D. will do what is claimed. You,
will b the judge. Ask about D. I. D.
Soap. Its steady use keeps tho skin
always healthy.
Kellv & Pollard, druggists.
BABY'S HEAD
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signs that will appeal to the more conservative tastes. Our
showing has never been more complete.
THESE PARASOLS come from one of our very best
makers as the seasons contribution, at a low price compli
mentary to our extensive buying this season.
More Than a Hundred in S .85
laneia ana messauue vjiir., m
plain, fancy, bordered and hem
stitched styles, choice at
JJt I II I -.-. I.. . i
OVER A HUNDRED MORE in ezdusive, ("many of Aem oae of a kind
styles"), that represent every fancy of the season An opportune time to select
a parasol that will go well with most any costume.
THESE ARE UNUSUAL VALUES AT
$2.50, $3, $4.50 and up to $12.50
BEAUTIFUL SHEER GENUINE
SCOTCH TISSUES, Voiles, fig
ured and dotted Swisses.
Special at 1 J.
yard IOC
40 AND 42
VOILES AND
f JK
at, per yard:
40 IN. SEED AND SPLASH
VOILES, in dainty printed and
tinted weaves: must be seen to
be appreciated.
At
35c
ALWAYS ASK FOR S. & H. TEADING
DURABLE AND HYGIENIC
Keysioaa is a wall paint that drys with that soft velvely finish so
deairaUe is your home. And it ran be scrubbed with eoap and water.
BOOKLET AND COLOR CARD ON REQUEST.
TUTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO.
Phones Nos. 205 and 206. 210-212 N. Stanton St.
BANKING BY MAIL
Just as easy to open a savings account with us as though you.
lived next door.
WE PAT 4 percent Interest, compounded Twice Every Year.
We do business under the Depositor's Guaranty Law it the State
of Texas and are a Guaranty Fond Bank as provided by such Law.
Onr plan, in addition to being convenient, is safe, profitable
and HheraL Nobody has ever last a dollar in a State bank in Texas.
Write today for oar free booklet "BACKING BT MAIL," or
simply mall your deposit.
El Paso Bank and Trust Co., El Paso, Texas
r - i.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Established Ajarll.lSSl Cnnltat. Surplus and Profits, 5500,000
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
a K. MOREHEAD, President. II C X. BASSETT, Viee President
JOSEPH MAGOFFIX, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLOKT, Ctahier.
. L. J. GILCHRIST. Ass't Cashier.
D. & M. Baseball Goods
COMPLETE STOCK-PRICES ARE RIGHT. BE SURE AND HWESTIGATE
OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY.
Skelt on-Payne Arms Co.
301 S. El Paso St.
DR. II. A. MAGRUDCR
DR. H. A. MAGRUDER
DEATIST
Established 1982
Ask Anyone.
AUTOMOBILE TRIPS TO
Seven Pasnencer Cars
3 lake reservations
Mission Garage, Mills and
PHONE
A. E.
DRUGGISTS
opcx ali, xigitt
608
629
Want Ads
so Moderately
99
7 T
r in
FsWSN.S
SHEER FLAX0NS, VOILES,
BATISTES, Organdies and 27
in. Eposge; special 1A
values at, per yard " "
IN. DAINTY EMBROIDERED
ORGANDIES; pretty new de
I
Values
Double ,
signs; are special values Qt .
iJJK
39 IN. PLAIN FLAX0NS,
STRIPED VOILES, Lace Clotrt.
etc, tor daiBty dresses and
blouses. Special values'
18c
at, per yard.
STAMPS.
Graduate Louisville. Kr. CoUese. 1S07 H
In Ion Clothlnc- Co. nnderneata Ua
ELEPHANT BUTTE DAM
Competent DrlTera
request rate ot
Campbell Sts. Phone 797
RYAV
212
San
Antonio
a The EI Paso Herald Are
AN INVESTMENT
NOT an EXPERIMENT
Ad erlisenu nC.

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