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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, May 31, 1915 f a ram FN DBS: Zapatistas Said to Be Con sidering the Appointment of Gen. Villareal. - i ntomo, Texas, May 31. Two f ni usMoners have arriei in San Ao :riio claiming to be from Mexico City .-1 U commissioned by Gen. Ignacio de la Tr.irc Mier to see Gen. Antonio L ill, real, expresident of the Agnascal v uc conention, now In San Antonio. " n .iv Gen. De la Torre Mier sent t -ii To niMte Gen Villareal to declare I rlf provisional president for "the co mention 111 Mexico Citj. F' -some this is taken to mean that the Zipatistas ha e decided to select new provisional president m place of Ro'iuc .5on2ales Garza, the present ( onvention provisional president, a creature of Ueu Francisco Villa. "The tomtption is in Mexico City with roirales and the Zapata forces and is ieprrated from Villa and his forces by the army of Gen. Alaro Obregon. May Tie Dumping Garza. Rpeently Gen. Villa, decided to sever relations w ith Garza and "the conven t on because of friction with Garza's representatives in the Villa camp. By ?''n" it is said that the action in at-te-npiing to get Villareal to return to "Iexi o and accept the provisional pres idency, may be a joint move by Villa 2nd Zapata as a result of Villa's breach with Garza, whom Zapata has never tired ery much for anjhow. but this - rot regarded as likely; it is con quered more likely that Zapata is at tempting to get a man whom he thinks sjuicifntU strong to force Villa to si.vpnrt rim or place Villa In the role f rebelling against and defying "the contention ' Gutierrez Revolt Knds. becoming to a Carransa bulletin from Veracruz, the Gutierrez revolution s at an end and Gutierrez and 'his forces, last reported at Camacho. on .he Mexican Central between Zacatecas "d Tnrreon. have embraced the Car .j'ii uuie The bulletin says: j..ulalio Gutierrez has issued a proc ''i ation renouncing his claims to the i -esidenc and disbanding his forces. Anion have enlisted in the Conotltution- countrv just outside of Veracruz, ac cording to mail advices from that city. and special representative John R. Sil lircan of the state department is said to have protested to the first chief of the Constitutionalists that conditions are becoming Intolerable. It is reported that Gen. Carranza re plied, in effect, that he is virtually helpless and that even his own soldiers have gone on looting expeditions in defiance of his orders. CARRANZA SAYS HE DOESN'T NEED U. S. FOOD SUPPLIES " eracruz. Mex, May 31. "The food situation in Mexico has begun to im- - "uVl v. ith importation of food supplies t Constitutionalist government a '1 in its action in gathering large airtitie or supplies in the states of yuercuro, Guanajuato and Jalisco and thursing them fn sections where food f u: t s a re scarce," ta s an official itt-rneat issued here today. "Tfcire is no pos6ibilit of a famine. though there will be a shortage until i ie next harvest. "Merchants are receiving and plac- ;r larst- orders for flour and other i (psities from the United States. .ot a single case of death from star tioii lias been reported in the entire "untr This j ear's crop will be three fourtiis of the normal harvest. Opening f coiimuications Tt ith Mexico Citv will t r-PK a. flood of orders from merchants To- fodstuffs from the United States. In strtes 'where conditions are worse, i nnbtitut onalist forces are distributing t m and fluur and selling it at osr iTif Conditions are mending dailv iia the success of Constitutionalist SAYS VILLA LOST 3000 MEN IN SILAO BATTLE San Antonio. Tex, May 31. The staff correspondent of the Express at Aguas calientes. Mex- says Gen. Villa lost 800 men. or one third of his forces, in last week's fighting at Silao. Gen. Eulalio Gutierrez has been ad vancing against Zacatecas until Villa's communications itith his base of sup plies is threatened. Villa's food sup plies are said to be growing short. TOO FI.KK FIUIJI XACOZUII I.'K.IU-G MAYTORB. V TROOPS Dousrlas. Ariz, May SI. Fearing re prisals at the hands of Maytorena troops under Gen. Trujillo, who is raid ing the Nacozari district of northern Sonora, 70 residents of the district ar rived late Saturday at Agua Frleta to seek the protection of the Carranza forces there under command of Gen. P. Elias Calles. Two Maytorena otticers nan oeen LETS IE Ml KTC-JIH. Says Germany Will Respond Definitely When Common Basis Is Established. killed in toe Nacozari district recently bv Carrancista sympathizers. Trujillo is reported to hae entered Nacozari j cussion of the subject as suggested in Berlin. German, rlay 31 Before Suing the United States a definite answer regarding the American de mands. Germany desires to arrive at a common understanding of the facts in thecase. said Gottlieb von Jagow. imperial German foreign secretary, in an Ateniew given ;he Associated ITess. lie said he hoped the United States would take the same view. Herr von Jagow said he had no idea how the German note would be re ceived in the United States, since com munication between the two countries is very limited. -8 for the damaging of the Ameri can ship Nebraskan he said if a Ger man torpedo sank the ship the act was unintentional, since submarine com manders have instructions to safeguard neutral shipping. "The American note, of course, leaves the way open for a preliminary dis- Saturday. A Carranza garrison of 56 the German note. I hope that such a ; men evacuated the town Thursday. MS LOSE Ml MD FEPULSED Heavy Fighting With the Allies on the Gtallipoli Peninsula. London, Eng, May 31. Heavy fight ing on the Gallipoli peninsula, resulting In the rout of the attacking Turkish forces, is announced in an official state ment given out here today. The cas ualties of the Turks are said to have amounted to at least 3000. The British losses are given as 300. CHICO CANO'S BAND OF 100 OUTLAWS TERRORIZES BORDER L,-.tir, Teas, Hay 31. According to -pi J H Sogers, United States mar snal from his deputy, W. B. Matthews, t M 'rfa, there is n desperate band of Me itan operating in that section and s terro-izl'ig Big Bend residents. At ordinir to this communication, the "Texuan gans is believed to be that of 'hiPo ('ano. who has been operating n 'ne B'g Bend countrj for some time, ml who is under federal indictment on nargc of the murder of a man, who with Joe Sitters and another, was way ul two or three years ago. Cano's i inch is believed to be part of a gang 10ft Mexicans, formerly followers of '-ozco, who are now engaged wholly h outlaw r. and attached to neither i ('airaiii-a nor the Villa factions. CAROTHERS LEAVES FOR CONFERENCE WITH VILLA ' r ' Orothers, special agent of the stte department, left Sunday ii SM for Gen Villa's headquarters at Ieon Mr. Carothers has been in El Ja-o for abaut a week for the purpose xf makirg a general report to Wash ington He did not take with him the text of thp statement that president Wilson s expected to Send to the Mexican Uaae: It is understood that this mes fae will arne hrc Tuesda and that it will immediately be transmitted to ien Villa. Sirrilsr messages will be delivered to rar anza and Zapata. Washington ad "v ices s;at CARRANZA CANT CONTROL HIS TROOPS, IS REPORT X)v Orleans, La , Maj 31 (Jen. Car ra za is fast losing his hold on the LEAGUE OF PEACE IS OBJECT OF CONFERENCE New York. May 31. Proposals for a league of ,peace of to be considered at a meeting called by 1900 prominent men of the United States, headed by former president Taft. The conference is to be held in Independence hall, Phil adelphia, June 17. It is proposed, according xo the text of the call made nublic. that tfao United States shall become one of the league of powers which shall agree to use tneir joint military forces to prevent any one of their number rrom going to war wun another before recourse Is had to a judicial tribunal or, where necessary, to an international council of concilia tion. The clan is largely the idSi of Mr. Taft, who will preside at the conference and is understood to have the personal, though unofficial, endorsement of pres ident Wilson, tne announcement says. Among those who have associated themselves in the number are David Starr Jordan, chancelor of Stanford university .cardinal Gibbons, Benjamin Ide Wheeler, president of the Umver sitv of California. John G. Hibben. president of Princeton unnersit, and A. Lawrence Lowell, president of Har vard university. CLAIMS GERMANS PLANNED REVOLT IN BRAZIL Rio Janeiro. Brazil, May 31. The Ga zetta de Noticias denounces what it de scribes as "German maneuvers" in southern Brazil, where the Germans have established an important colony. This paper declares the German col onists assembled a depot of munitions of war and that it was their intention to proclaim the independence of the state of Salnte Catherine. The outbreak of the war in Europe caused them to nntiwnp nrr insr this nroiect into ef fect The Brazilian government Is said J lo nave counuijiitin.cu t-io uuwiuumv.. to the German minister, who promised to investigate. "HEN PARTIES" RESTORED TO FAYOR IN ENGLAND BY WAR London, Eng May 31. War has led to a noticeable increase in social com radeship amonp English women and has broken down the former prejudice against what are popularlv and con temptuously .. nown as hen parties. Numerous clubs hae sprung up, such as the Lady Workers' club for lonely women earning moderate salaries. This club keeps open from Mo 5 . m. on work davs a-d from 2 to 9 p. m. on Saturdays and Sundays. It objects j are purely the cultivation of friend ship, without bridge or any kind of propaganda. j common basis of fact, once established, may serve as tne groundworK ior lur- j lUCt L-UUIUlUIIJCitUUI, aliUtUW SillU. I "Won't D1hcua4 Certification. ' The minister was unwilling to com- ment on the suggestion that an ar- ! rangement might be reached on a basis of an inspection and certification by the American government of passenger ships not carrying war cargoes, point ing out that he did not feel entitled to anticipate, as the other departments of the government must be heard be fore suggestions could be definitely taken up or discussed. Dr. on Jagow expressed pleasure at the newspaper announcement that American line steamers were not car rying contraband, but he suggested the advisability of supplementing such newspaper statements by more definite authoritative announcements. Places Blame on Britain. Replying to a question. Dr. von 'Jagow said that Germany from the outset had been willing to abandon her submarine warfare against merchant men in respoiree to a return by Great Britain to the regulations of war in regard to contraband general 1, the specific condition being the liftlnsr of the embargo on foodstuffs and raw ma- 1 terials sow on the lists of conditional contraband. Britain's, he said, that the well-meant proposals of the United States for a compromise failed. Question of Principle.' 'The question of foodstuffs and raw materials," lr. von Jagow said, "is not a question of necessity for German, but one of principle. German has shown, I think, that it cannot be starved out by Great Britain's embargo on foodstuffs. Ihe same is true of raw materials with which, according on the London declaration, belligerents have no rignt to interfere when they are not specif ically destined for the armed force uf an enemy. Germany is able to get along, even if the imports of such ma terials are cut off. Germany, however, objects to the cool assumption of the British cabinet that when it is unable to defeat the German armies legiti mately on the battlefield, it is entitled to try to force the nation to ite knees by economic pressure, disregarding all accepted precepts and regulations of war. Germany will fight such an un justified method of war with all the means at her disposal." ebrankau ot Torpedoed y Ueslsn. Ir. von Jagow said be had absolute ly no information regarding the Amer ican steamer Nebraskan, which was damaged by an explosion in the Irish sea last week, and in the absence of any definite news as to whether the ship was torpedoed or struck a mine, he declined to express any opinion as to the effect of the incident on the pending negotiations. The Nebraskan, in any event. Dr. von Jagow said, was not torpedoed" with design by a German submarine. The German policy regarding neutral ship ping, even in the war zone, had been enunciated clearly. There was no in tention of attacking neutral ships. "WorKInc In Dark. "Are you an optimist or a pessimist regarding the German-American situa tion? the correspondent asked as he was taking his leave of the foreign minister. "How can I tell you haw our note will be .received?" replied Dr. von Ja gow. I have no means of communi cating with the ambassador at Wash ington, or of gaging public sentiment. Wireless commun'cation is limited and rather unsatisfactory There are no means for cabling, and th open wire less messages we are sending are read or interfered with b British stations. DUNLAP'S GROCERY I rno.c ssso aes tk.vvs st. Tie handle only the Best Goods Obtainable e wish to thank oar friends and patrons for the liberal patronage given us during our first two months' business, and promise an imr.-oement in oar service. Sugar, 15 lbs $1.00 Snowdrift, large pail 51.15 Large Gold Dust 20c Matches, 8 boxes 25c Xew Potatoes. 6 pounds 25c Best Flour, 24 pounds 51.10 Fresh Tomatoes, fine ones, lb 15c j Polly Prim Ucaucr. b lor 25c Fine Grapefruit 10c Fresh Pineapples, large onco 15c Swift's Premium Hams, lb 19c Pineapple. 2 Xo. 2 cans 25c W hae man other artciles at bar pdip prices, but we are too busy to -ite them out Phone In. We Dellier Promptly. , id ie wagon leaves at 7. SO and 1? SO dail. Ate ppreciate lonr Rutinrx. LINER MEGANTIC ESCAPES PURSUIT BY SUBMARINE London. Eng.. May 31. The White Star liner Megantic. Liverpool for Mon treal, was parsu d off the Irish coast Sunday by a German submarine bat managed to escape. She sent cut S. O. S. calls when the submarine was first sighted, but later sent out a wire less that she had eluded pursuit and was making for the open sea. MRS. WILLIAMS' 1 Yields To Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Comoound. GKRHAS FIRK 700,000 MIELL.S 1 FOLK HOURS Petrograd. Russia, May 31. Tn a four hour bombardment in the fighting be tween ftolice and the Dunajez river on theeastern front, the Germans fired 70.0 projectiles, according to an of ficial statement issued here. The state ment says 1500 guns were employed, j iney were mosiiy pieces 01 nicuiurn caliber and 42 centimeter howitzers. "Generally speahin?," sas the note, "the enemv" uses in an attack ten pro jectiles of medium caliber weighing over 800 pounds, against each of our riflemen holding a space of about one ard on the front of our trenches." iwMr-l- ASK FOR GLOBE MILLS Peerless Hen and Chick Food jla.de from the formula used success fully for j ears by the Peerless Poultry Supply Co , of Los Angeles one of the largest poultry supply i ousts m the west. An elerant ess O'ul-a'-"!. an J, lest you forget, IflAiJt H fcL FA50 Elkhart, Ind.: "I suffered forfoar jiea years from organic inflammation, female weakness," pain and irregulari ties. The pains in my sides were in- ' creased by walking j or standing on my I feet and I had such awful bearing down feelings, was de pressed in spirits and became thin and pale with dull.heavy eyes. I had six doc tors from whom I received onlv tamrx- albimw inns attick I rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E. &brvia.vs AtuiK FitovnEit Pinfcham's Vegetable Compound a fair Pans. France. May si. Albanians j jial and also the Sanative Wash. Ihavo have entered the war for the first time. I -n-.-,.,.,! ti, T.Tnj;. fnr fnnr montha according to a Havas agencv dispatch now used tne remedies ior lour monina from N'ish. Servia. The Albanians are ! and cannot express my thanks for what ox rnrKlsn sMnpatny. Servian blockhouses in Mahonm. Mar 26. At the same time several They attacked 1 they haTe done for me. 1 "Tf flinaA o ttmII r r ittt hanfif I hundred i i enn hpvt mv nprmisston tn rmbKsri I Albanians attacked frontier iwsts be- ...,,. -,. Wn.iwc iK tween Rasteutza and Ektirovltsa, with j t-ii- wj iixiuuiw, - mahcine kuus. Tn both cases the Al- James Street, Elkhart, Indiana. oanians were repuiieu. mey are re ported to be preparing to renew the attack on Mahonm. TKV THOISINI IJIK VCIIKHS CIVS IEW! OS ritKPARKDZVESS New York. May 31.--out of 10.900 ministers of every denomination who have been Interrogated by the Church Peace union, founded b Andrew Car negie, with respect to preparedness of the United States for war. about S ptrcent have expressed themselves as opposed o increasing: the nation's de fences, it .- announced V large part of the mirrit. it K said, were em phatic on tii, other sidf of the matter. Tie EI Paso Ice end Itrfrlserator Co. Maintains Its own delivery system. Pure distilled water and ice. Phones 1H-11C Advertisement. Lydia E. Pinkharn's "Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herb?, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and to-day holds the record of being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of, and thousands of voluntary 1 testimonials on file in the Pinkhara j laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to i prove this fact. If you have tlic slightest doubt tliat liydiaE. Pinlcham's Vegeta ble Compound will help yon.writc toXydiaE.Pinkham SieaicincCo. (confidential) Iiyrtn,3Iass., for ad vice. Your letter will be opened, lead and answered -by a woman. Sggg ( JH 2-ilPiS$ MG , ZZjf &z2g&m- oind Awayr WHEREVER you go, the right kind of clothes and traveling accessories are necessary to your comfort and satis faction, and" to make the psuvhnse "f these goods an easy matter we've prepar ed these "Vacationists Specials." They are offered this week at prices which make the buying a small matter of dollars and cents. Call 3300 n Undermuslins-Best Values In Months if yon wish to shop by phone, at our compe tent opera ton and expert shop pert will give you prompt and efficient service and fill your orders promptly and satisfactorily. Six Lots 45c, 95c, $1.45, $1.95, $2.45, $2.95 "T1 HE message of this Undermuslin Department Tuesday is MONEY SAVING You can buy garments Tuesday for" less tian you could make them in the home. You can buy them for even less than the ordinary cost of the unmade materials. Ihere are thousands of garments, crisp and fresh and new, that have never been shown before exceptional values every one. Mammoth table displays will be ready for your inspection tomorrow. You'll find some rare bargains in the various lots at 45d - 9o$ - S1.45 - 2.45 and 2.95. Lovely Crepe de CLine Undergarments Specially Priced at $1.95 to $12.50 THE daintiness, the clinginess' and the fact that these garments have almost no bulk at all. hare given to crepe de chine undergarments a new high place in the esteem of fashionable women. The new styles we have just unpacked are so moderately priced as to surprise most women who hae mis taken notions as to the cost of crepe de chine undergarments. Here you will find white, pink and light blue Combination Suits, Princess Slips, Underskirts, Corset Covers, Bloomers and Gowns, trimmed with handsome lsee and ribbons. Camisoles 95c to $4.50; Gowns 32.95 to $12.50; Petticoats $1.95 to $11.50; Envelope Chemise and Combinations $2.45 to $12.50. Infants' and Children's Undemnislins ainsook and Lawn we bare made the summer underclothes of babies Of MusKn, GamLric, N; THKY are worth the attention of every mother ubo has looked forward without pleasure, be cause of these hot summer days, to making a dozen end one bits of- underclothes for wee daughters simply because "you couldn't buy any worth any thing at all anywhere." Xow, we want all these mothers to know at once that -Battling Suits THE Bathing Season wilt soon be on in earnest and an import ant part of the summer wardrobe will be a Bath ing Suit of attractive design. Ye are show ing a handsome assort ment of suits out of the ordinary in style. Among them are suite of navy blue wotair neatly trimmed in white or red taping. Children's sizes, $1.75 to $350. Women's and misses jJO E"k sizes, iJiJ.OU Riding Habits THE 'Popular's" ready-to-wear hab its which are equal to custom made habits sold elsewhere at double the "PopularV prices, are the latest accepted modes, copied from the correct styles of a Lon don Habit-Maker of in ternational refutation. They are thoroughly practical. Strictly man nish, but graceful lines and perfection of tailor ing characterize both the originals and our skill ful copies, which are shown in complete as sortment in the Eques trienne Department, 3rd rioor. j.-riees Tange $ou down by easy stages to and little -girls a feature at the "Popular." We have gathered hundreds of nowy white under garments for these wee tots ail beautifully made, all superbly finished and all so low in price that mothers will at once see the utter extravagance of een the least of this Tdnd of home-sewing. f Drinking Cups To Take on the Trip AX individual drinking eup for every member of be family is urged by all Medical Societies. One for the family is made necessary by the Sanitary Laws prohibiting a public drinking cup on trains and in public places- We show these eups in niekle plated and sterling silver collapsible styles in convenient leath er eases. We hav them t nC. $5.00 and down to "t Vacation'sNeeds , Toilet Goods KLIHERT'S WATERPROOF TOUR IST CASES For men and women, Linen, silk and cretonne QEs covered. 32J0 down to iiJ IMPORTED TOILET PREPARA TIONS Our stocks are complete. We hate Rignauds, Colgate's, COrsay, Pivers, Rogers & Gallet's, Djerkiss', Miro, Dena, etc. DOMESTIC TOILET PREPARA TIONS We also carry complete stocks of all standard American made toilet preparations such as Richard Hudnut's, Elmo Sisters, Palmer's. Melon's, Colgate's, Oak- and Lazells. J I rx'VBBEiyfrfgS $15 Girls' H Very Cn ats eap SEEMINGLY little, Kit importaut things are disregarded by some stores. For insUnce: bow inaHy stores make j feature of children's millinery ! This store specializes up on it one of our de signers seems mtuitively to know how to create hats for children that allow all the charm and happiness of those bright little faces to peek out like summer sun-beams from beneath the brims. And after all these hats are made of straw and ribbons and tiny flowers like others and we wouldn't for worlds ask you to pay for anything but the hats themselves. The charm of them goes along with them with out added cost. Prices $S.50 and dotin by easv tr si.oo "Makes Uc Worth While" Set Your Summer Joys to the Music of The Mastf ola FOR that bimgalow-qest in the country, that cottage-hy-the-sea, that cozy camp iu the moun taiiis, what jollier companv than the MASTROLAr Here, miles from the musical and operatic treats of the city,- the MASTROLA brings to you the latest and greatest triumphs of the Masters. . . On the lawn or the lake, indoors or in motorboats, the MAS TROLA sets the days is music, and mixes melody with the moon light. Take a MASTROLA in place of a costlier machiiifj you '1L make freer, all-round use or it. and you can play all rerords up to 12 inch on -it. The Price Is Only- Plays All Records ) Beginning Wednesday, . Jane 2nd, a Sale of "Royal Society" HAND EMBROIDERED FINISHED PIECES There are 500 in the lot center pieces, scarfs, pil low tops, infants' and children's dresses, women' Waists, gowns, corset con-rs, combination suits, dressing aeiues, etc. These Will Be Sold at Manufacturer's Cost See Our Ad. In Tuesday's Herald Announcing Our New Stationery Department THIS announcement will be welcome news to many of our patrons. The same high standard will be v maintained in this department that has always characterised the "Popular" and the prices will be as low as is con sistent with quality. A complete assortment of staple and novelty POUND PAPER AND BOXED PAPER will be carried. (Main Floor) Traveling Requisites THERMOS BOTTLES A traveling necessity for Tourists, Autoists and Vacationists. Ther mos bottles arc a neces sity. For the mother who travels, they are a boon providing a convenient and safe way for carry ing milk and also avoid ing the dreaded "change of water." Keeps liquids hot 48 bouts and cold 72 hours. Half pints, pints and quarts. WE ALSO HAVE CARRY ING CASES. FITTED AUTO CASES Made of Baas Wood. (Flats.) Light yet dur able. Covered with a material that makes them air tight, sand and moisture proof. They have reinforced earners and sturdy catches. Completely fitted with plates, knives, forks, etc Also compartments for Thermos battles. Priced at $35 and by easy stages IT $10 WATERMAN'S FOUN TAIN PENS The ideal pen for "Vacationista'' furnishing an ever-ready, perfect flow of ink for memos, letter writing and drawings. A style for every individual need. We have them at $15 and all the way Aj j-r down to inJJ INGERS0LL WATCHES For those who do not care to risk the loss of their valuable time piece on the trip. An absolute ly reliable time keeper that resists the bumps and knocks of the out ing. $3.00 rf1 ff down to pl.UU 1 A aaui I ley's r Luncheon Sets and Table Linens LUNCHEON SETS of natural Ka en embroidered ia colors. Col ored Table Sets and Natural Loom Damask by the yard. Prices aod erate. A complete stock of Novehy TaWe Linens suitable for summer vaca tion use. Prices reasonable. rz LEARFLAX Linen Rugs V?r ASHABLE, moth proof, revers W. jble. Made from German grown fhuc Ideal rugs for home, porch or office, guaranteed linen in every fibre, absolutely sanitary, per fect in weave, and made in all stand ard sixes and in a large variety of colors. They not only represent a startling advance ia textile science, they constitute a product of immed iate, definite appeal. SEE THEM IK RUG DEPARTMENT. SECOND FLOOR ANNEX. CEDAR CHESTS-Jut received a large shipment of high grade cedar chests. All chests guaranteed Ten nessee cedar. Dust and vermin proof. Ranging in price from $20 to $24.50 PORCH SWINGS Made in brown or green with high grade spring and cotton mattress, wind shield and rope complete. Actual value $11.50. Special for $8J0 Only a limited number All Good Makes of Summer Hose V ' At AMI KAIIIMCS Urex-4 nnil buiting; I.Inrns. nil color, jd 40c lo $1.00 Palm Beach bultia?. ?1 75c Gabardine!, all rnlont. il. Sic lo oOe Ilren filnsllnmn, xtrlncx and plaids, jd 25c Natural Linen for dresne and ultm jd . . .r5c to SC.00 r All Telephone Lines Lead to the "Popular." Call 3300 .J V MeShfmi?L. TOURIST TOILET CASES Leather rases of convenient' sise completely fitted with toilet accessories in ebony or Parisian hory, also military brush sets in leather cases, fold in? coat hangers and many oth tr articles that provide home com torts lor tourists. SUPPLY your hosiery needs before yon leave and be assured of the minimum of hosiery troubles with such good makes as we sell "Onyx,' -McCuUBm," "Kayser" and "Phceaix," guaranteed hose We are able to supply your every need and at prices that appeal. We guarantee all the hose e sell to give absolute satisfaction regardless of make or quality. Prices $8.50 a pan- down to $1.00 WHITE FABRICS A'eir neavea In nedlam heavy weave far White Sklrtn are Ilmey rorali. CahardSne. Cotton Corduroy, I'lqnes, Datrmnk. Cheeks. Matlaaar. Bnaket W'eaTcs, aad Mammy Linens. priced, yd. . . . Sc to l, u J j ad lidd in strict confidence.