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EL PASO HERALD
zr-s&Lt... OldSlil MMffllffl 1DDIES AIE LOSTS IHITENCE' TS . X0E30I aozso: aono IOE aonoi X0E30Z n BIS! No C. O. D.'s, Exchanges of Approvals. 2 No. C. O. D.'s, Exchanges or Approvals. I AJliJAYFylJrUlAAjIl 4 wr r ir - pr- m -w w w - w - I 3oys Swim in Rio Grande at Smelter and Disappear; One 9 Years Old. Two Mexican boy Salvado Avalla and Regenio Reymundo, were drowned in the river at the smelter settlement Tuesdaj night about 6 clock while swimming near the river bank. The Avalla boy was but 9 years old and a as the son of Guadalupe Avalla, a workman at the smVlter. who lives Ui the smelter settlement The other oov was 12 years old and was the son ol Regremo Reymundo, a weigher at the smelter The bodies of the two Mexican boys had not been recoered Tuesday, al though a search of the river bad been made Monday night and again Tuesday morning DUNLAF GROCERY COMPANY Phone 38S6. 363 Texas Street. Those who know us, know we handle only the best To those not acquainted with us, we wish to say, compare onr goods with the best, as we handle nothing inferior. Flour, the best. S4 lbs. 03c Mignonette Flour, 10 lb. bags 30c Read the Globe Mills "Ad." ""omatoes, fine ones, basket.. 20c Salad Dressing 15c Peanut Butter, best, lb. 15c watermelons, pound .......13.C Olives, pint Jar 20c California Cherries, lb. 23c Apricots, 3 lbs. 25c Orusto, 5 pound pall.........50c Pineapples, each .....5c Supreme Skinned Hams 13c Cantaloupes s. PROMPT nRT.lXTBTJT-" " " Tie Appreciate Your Patronaire. AUTOS FOR HIRE All Good 7-Passenger Cars Rate, $2 Per Hour Phone 5Q3-510 AUTO LIVERY CO. City Hall Stand - - 418 San Antonio F. Zlabovsky Charged With Receiving Stolen Prop erty; Hose Stolen. Charged with receiving and conceal ing stolen property, F. Zlabovsky was arrested by the city detectives Tuesday afternoon and a complaint filed against him in justice J. M. Deaver's court. The detectives made a search of his store at 30S South El Paso street and found 12 pairs of trousers and 11 coats. These were identified by A. M. Loomis, proprietor of the Juarez Com mission company, who claims that they were stolen from his place at 20$ West San Antonio street. R. L. Daniel, of 2401 Montana street, reported that 25 feet of hose had been stolen from his home Tuesday eve ning. Two Mexican boys took a bundle of laundry from, the Kllte laundry on South Oregtn street. The boys dis appeared with the laundry and have not yet been arrested. Tire Pump Stolen. 4 Antonio Hernandez was arrested by the police Tuesday afternoon with a tire pump in his possession. A stamp vending machine was found Tuesday near the union station, where it had been left after it had been broken open and the contents taken. The police have been unable to locate the owner of the machine. A bicvelo was stolen from in front of 204 Mills street. It was taken with a chain and lock on the wheel. A black mule was stolen from the Sixth infantry camp Tuesday night. It has not yet been recovered. PAROLES ARE REFUSED 16 PRESC0TT PRISONERS Phoenix. Ariz, June SS Some IS Prescott citizens, serving jail terms on "bootlegging," charges were refused paroles by the state board of pardons. A special meeting of the board was held In Phoenix for the purpose of consid ering the applications of the prisoners. The policy of the board is not to ex tend clemency to "bootleggers" unless their physical condition makes confine ment dangerous to their lives. Aviation Stunts, Automobile , Races, Military Features j Fireworks. aviator's e:gim; dibs while he is upside dovot San Francisco, Calif, June 26 While he was upside down in a loop the loop performance. Art Smith's aeroplane en gine went dead at the exposition grounds Tuesday. Smith managed to whirl into an upright position and then volplaned to a safe landing from an altitude of 2S00 feet. if Only Three More Days WbWMm WHILE we sold a large number of rugs this week we still have a large assortment of odd pat terns which we must close out at GREAT REDUCTIONS 9x12 and 8.3x10.6 wool and fibre Rugs, t r (T Close Out Price tPO.iU 9x12 Seamless Brussels Rugs. (tj 1 1 C E? Close Out Price $1 I . O 9x12 Seamless Velvet and Brussels Rugs, (ft - Q QPj Close Out Price IJ.OD 9x12 Extra Heavy Axminster and Velvet Rugs, tfjl Q O Ef Close Out Price tPlt.OD ALL ODD PATTERNS OF WILTON RUGS AT CLOSE OUT PRICES. CONQOLEUH! RUGS We Lave just received a new shipment of two new sizes in these popular Rugs, and for next week offer them at Special Prices Size 6x9 A good assortment of patterns; C?Q QC Special at )000 Size 10.6x12 Good bright room size patterns; (O Q.EL Special at tP7O0 THE FERELESS COOKER Takes the drudgery out of Kitchen woric, maKes trie rood W TjmfBlf Y9 Tjaasxaat more wnoiesotne ana aeuaous; saves four fifths of the fuel bill. We are now showinB the full line of Caloric and Ideal Fireless SZSiiiy n l. c l r.l :- ci sefefcisSSrrrrjTiiSir tric Cook Stove. Prices Ideal ft f P " :.: r .t b i B.r 3 wsk Prices, Caloric j "1 "g Cfi up from... vPli.e3U EXTRA VALUES IN0UR DEPT. ALL THIS WEEK. jy'jy? vs-33-jBf5 fdfl I IJLy . M&SBik tfBWfei WE PWwglSgptg GIVE iyiijjiiiir green Bp' TRADING Etig$j&mr STAMPS UI 108-110-112 NORTH STANTON ST. Arrangements are virtually completed for the most elaborate Jul) 4th and 5th program ever held in El Paso or the southwest, the features of which will be aeroplane flights by Farnum Fish, the Los Angeles flyer, and a parade by all the troops stationed on the border near El Paso. Chamber of commerce and city officials, aided by the Berger Aviation company, have joined forces to make the two-day celebration a nota ble one. The program for the fourth will include aeroplane flights, athletic sports, automobile and motorcycle races, military maneuvers, band concerts, baseball and fireworks. All railroads entering EI Paso have agreed to put on reduced rates to the towns in El Paso's territory. To Tet Aeroplane. This afternoon the 110,000 Wright aeroplane which will be flown here will be set up on the military reservation at Fort Bliss and aviator Fish will make a trial flight. It is likely that an army officer will go up with him. The machine is the latest model biplane and is the type that has been adopted for use in the army aviation section. J S. Berger, who is managing the two-day Bhow to be held at Washington park, said today that Fish will show every flying trick in the aviation game when he goes up at the park. For Auto Races, Fifteen hundred dollars In prizes have been hung up by Mr. Berger for the automobile races and already more than a dozen cars have entered. Entries have been received, he says, from Ros welL Deming, Carrizozo. Lorburg and other outside towns. Eight local auto mobile firms have signified their inten tion of taking part in the speed con tests. Ten. JO and SO mile races will be run. The contest is open to cars of all sizes from any portion of the south west. No entry fee is charged. TWo same rules apply to the motorcyoia races. Amateur Athletics. Tuesday afternoon a committee com posed of Art Woods. Claiborne Adams, Lieut. O. K Michaelis, Lieut. H. B Lew is and J. S. Berger met at the Cactus club and formulated plans for an ath letic meet during the two-day show. Athletes from New Mexico, Texas and Arizona will be InTlted to enter. The meet will be an amateur one and will be held under the auspices of the South western A. A- U The program of events will include a 106 yard dash, 228 yard dash, 419 yard run, mile run, mile relay between teams from the Sixth, 16th and 20th infantry and 15th cavalry. Gold and silver med als, donated by Mr Berger, will be awarded to the winners. Military Eltnln. , The motorcycle and automobile races will probably follow the athletic sports. Troops from the 15th cavalry will drill and maneuver for cups to be presented b- the aviation company. The exhi bition by the military will Include Ro man races, drills, polo pony races and rescue races. A band will.be on hand to play during the intermissions in the entertainment program Thus far Mr. Berger has not received a reply to the telegram sent Tuesday to Win. Jennings Bryan inviting him to come here and speak on the 4th and 5th Mr. Berger offered Bryan his own price for the trip. Elaborate Fireworks. On the night of Monday, July 5, the elabzorate fireworks display 'which has been arranged by the city will be h?id, following the entertainment program. Five hundred dollars worth of fire works have been purchased and the lot includes several big set pieces, one of which will represent water flowing over the Elephant Bntte dam. SAYS U. S. KEPT JAPAN FROM SENDING ARMY ABROAD The Hague. Holland, June 23 Pro test by the United States was effective in preventing the sending of 300.000 Japanese troops to Europe for partici pation in the war, according to a state ment of the Handelsblad Tuesday The United States contended that such an expedition would be undesirable. The newspaper declares that a Japan ese army of that strength was landed in Manchuria, where it was drilling preparatory to departure for the Eu ropean battlefield, but that Great Britain, after receiving the tntomation from Washington, informed Tokio that she "was sorry, but that under Ameri can pressure, must request that the Japanese government do nothing fur ther concerning the dispatch of an ex peditionary corps to Europe Washington Officials Silent. Washington. D. C , June.23 Govern ment officials here heard without com ment of the article published in 'he Handelsblad asserting that an unof ficial hint from Washington to London blocked plans of Japan for sending an expedition of 300,000 men to participate in the European war The United States knew that Japan had at least 100.00 men in Manchuria when she was waiting for China's le play to her demands. It was generally understood here, however, that the army was there for effect nnnn niir. and to bs ready for service In the event oi a rupture oeiween Tokio and Pekin. AMERICAN FINED ON CHARGE OF SELLING STAMPS IN JUAREZ J. R- Kerr, who has been under arrest In Juarez since last Saturday night, was fined 100 pesos in the federal court in that city today on the charge of selling stamps without having a permit. It has always been the custom of curio dealers in Juarez to sell stamps to their customers, but about a year or so I ago an order was issued against selling ucn stamps ana ine aeaiers nave since been selling their postal cards and giv ing away stamps with the cards. Last Saturday Mr. Kerr was arrested shortly after making a sale of some stamped cards to two tourists. He was not locked up, but was detained In the of fice of the detectives that night. Later he was released on his own recogni zance and today he was fined and told that a law was In effect forbiding the sale or distribution of stamps In any manner except by those having a special permit from the postoffice. Mr. Kerr did not know of this order. Mr Kerr is an American citizen and lives at 1011 North EI Paso street. He conducts the Las Vegas curio store in Juarez. CHIEF ARMSTRONG'S BIG RED AUTO HITS MEXICAN BOY Chief "W "W". Armstrong's fire au'o struck a Mexican boy. Angel Manzanrz, who was hanging onto the end of a hook and ladder truck and who dropped off Just as the chiefs auto appeared. The accident happened at Fifth and EI Paso streets. The Mexican boy's head was bruised but he was not seriously injured and was taken to the emergency hospital where his injuries were treated The fire was at the home of Maria Chavez, at S10 Gerrero alley A gasoline stove exploded and scorched the Mexi can shack where the woman lived. ill MOST DARING RUSSIAN AVIATOR IS YOUNG GIRL Petrograd, Russia, June 23 One of the most daring Russian aviators on the Gallcian front is a girl from the Petrograd High school She recently arrived at Kiev, wounded in arm and leg. having been hit while fljing over some Austrian positions She kept cor trol of her machine however and land ed safely behind the Russian lines. D ip Greatest Waist Purchase on Record The Entire Stock of One of New York's Best Designers Purchased by the "Popular3' Resulting Thursday in a Great Sale of New Summer "Waists 3500 Sale Prices $1.85, $2.95 & $3.85. Intended Prices$4.95, $6.50&$8.50 The entire El Paso shopping public will long remember this record breaking pur chase. It is the greatest sin gle purchase ever made for waists of this character. iT t 6h Jlyk3 7 V xwmi Fr XIV MM m ll N-- The maker's name is with held by request. "We se cured his entire stock all brand new, in latest summer styles, materials and trimmings. WJs I V aval i Aa&r 1 lir Sale Begins Promptly at 8:30 O'clock Thursday Morning When one store buys 3500 waists in a single lot, it means that the price was so low they simply couldn't resist. And you will find these values so astonishing that your high est expectations will be far exceeded. Come early tomorrow. Thirty-five hundred fresh, crisp Waists ex quisitely fashioned and embodying finest workmanship. Styles so varied that com plete description is out of the question. An endless profusion of exclusive trimmings, materials and shadings that will please you. Waists of fine, heavy Georg ette Crepe, Crepe de Chine, Sheer Organdie, Pussy Wil low and Pongee, in shades of white, flesh, peach, bisque, rose and combinations, also black and fancy stripes. tploOe); $ L 2.95 and $3.85 Intended Prices: $4.95, $6.50 and $8.50 Pretty trimmings of fine Silk, Filet, Venise, Cluny and Mechlin lace. Some with hand embroidered eyelets or lace insertion ex tending around body. Others with flaring standing collars, or flat collars edged with frills, or of all-lace or organdie. Sleeves are all trimmed tohar monizeperf ectly with the body of the waists, and are in both long and short effect, includ ing a complete showing of the new bell-shaDed stvle. Don't jp miss this rare opportunity. The New"Fifth Ave."Bag . "Slip a Finger Thro the Strap' SMALL enough to be decorative large enough to hold powder, change and handkerchief, and light enough to forget it is on your finger wniie dancing. $2.25 The "Fifth Avenue" Bag is of COLONIAL make and will be all the rage this summer at every smart "The Dansant" and roof-garden dance. Ultra-fashionable for tailored wear in self-striped black patent leather with pearl top or imitation precious stone setting. Made in a wealth of colors in Pqnjab silk, black morocco, white and black French moire and mottled ooze leather in all colors. Also in white pique with wlute pearl top. Advertised m Vogue Magazine at $2.50. Our price is Our Employes' Weekly Hall Holi days Begin Saturday, July 10th, and Continue During the Heated Period THE two basic principles of this store has always been 1. An obligation to the store's work people (recognizing that they form a family) to conserve their health, to educate them and to observe the very opposite of the current idea that an employer owed nothing to his sales people and workpeople beyond pay ing their salaries. 2. A service to the public exactly opposite to the ancient custom that the customer must look out for him self; a recognition that each transac tion is to be concluded only by tho customer and not by the store, giving privilege for the return of goods and the return of money. After The Heated PcioJ We Will Ch$e Satur days at C p. m. the Year Around. LONG- LAWN KIMONOS Made of excellent quality lawn, in light floral effects. Full range of sizes. Special, each, 35c Inspect Our Complete Line of Luggage in Basement Barefoot Sandals For Women and Children WOMEN'S white bare foot sandals, per forated toe. double strap, white elkskin sole. Just the tiling for the hot days. Can be washed with soap and water. Priced (ry at, a pair pi.DJ White Sandals lor Little Tots. Infants' sizes 5 to 8, at $1.50 Children's sizes 8 1-2 to 11, at .$1.75 Misses' sizes 111-2 to 2, at $2.00 Expert Salesman To Fit the Feet Correctly. THE NEW SUMMER STYLES DEMAND A BRASSIERE i-j-t HE Spring and Summer styles ib both Waists and Dreesea demand that yon wear a brassiere if yoor figure would bave the trig, trim appearance every wobmb admires for tomorrow we will feature "Gossard" Brauieres beeaoae they're 90 many points of goodness to re commend them to the particular woman. Made m that earefal painstaking manner that Insures a er fect fit and tat enough styles and slaes so that with the aid and suggestions of or expert corsetieres. you can find a "Gossard" Brassiere exactly sutled to your needs. "Very few vromen vrho once examine a GoswanT Drasaiere nho dent npprrelate their unique construction vrhicb. holds the figure in smooth KTaceful lines without a suKitestlon of stlffnens or rlsldncss clvlnc the bust a youthful contour. COT 1 Made of solid LOT 2 Lovely Bras- embroidery over heavy net, others of shadow bee and still others of embroidered linen. Our $3.50 values, P 0 0 sieves of dainty china, silk, shadow lace and others of coutil prettily trimmed in embroidery. Our regalar $50 values. Special, Thursday, Virtually a third of our third floor will be devoted to the display of these waists Thursday, and plenty of experienced salesladies will be on hand to aid you in choosing. You can see many of the styles in our windows. The Basement Specials y For Thursday's Selling Only BOYS' "WASH SUrfS Made of Idnene and Gingham, in Sailor and Oliver Twist styles. Sizes 3 to 7 years. Special, Cir each, 0C BOYS' BLOUSES Made of Per cale and Gingham, in both taped and tapeless styles. Solid color blues and striped patterns. g Each, 25C $1.50 y :oc 30E30E 301 onoc 301 3E3CI I70E30E 30X loxao: 30E30 O D o n o o n o o D o o n o n o Q o n o M o n o n o n o n 0 o D o n o n o D D o o '