EL PASO HERALD
Monday, May 17, 1920.
GOI !N DRIVE
Chamber of commerce teams that
ae combed the city to raise 130,000
reeded to meet the annual bod pet's
requirements reported Monday noon
&t a luncheon at the cnamber of com
merce that they had raised $22,052
of the amount. The sum raised since
last Saturday noon was 92337. Man rice
rhwartx. of the central committee.
laid Mr Schwartz reported to James
3 McNary, general chairman of the
arne organization, tnat nis commit
tee had about 33500 more in sight.
J C Wilmarth announced that the
Herald would tnrn in every member
if us organization who is a home
-wner He said the comber would
he between 2 and 35. It pays, he
said, to hare Herald men members
of the chamber of commerce. C N.
Hassett. president of the chamber of
commerce, said he would do the same
thing for his lumber company, and
w illiam S. McMatta said he would do
it for his publishing house.
Because of the salesmanship club.
luncheon tomorrow noon, wnicn win
fill the chamber of commerce grill
room, no luncheon will be held by
campaign workers Instead they will
report at 5 ocloclc tomorrow after
noon through their captains to K. M.
Roberts, general manager. At noon
Wednesday the campaigners will meet
at lunch again and make a final re
port. For a while after the lunch
the v ill clean up odds and ends and
then a lawn party will be held at
the home of Mr. McNary in Austin
Terras at which all workers in the
drive will be guests.
Eer worker at Monday's luncheon
pledged anew his supnort and it was
otd to put the drive over If night
work epe required to do it.
"WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
Which We Will Place On Sale Starting
TUESDAY, MAY l&ih
and the sale to run for 10 days only.
These Shoes are genuine Goodyear welts,
made of high grade leathers and are priced at
less than cost of manufacturing.
Gun Metal Blucher
A fine every day
welt, as illustra
215 1 Paso
I ' ' "i"4ai ,XV s&
SS. g.b3rll aw .5
"We keep the price
down wLere they
Send us your mill
orders for these
N'ew Orleans. La. May 17. Re
ports of heavy rains In the belt oxer
the week end caused an excited and
advancing market on the opening
today and during the first hoar of
business prices were raised 47 to 75
points, July going to $38.65 and Oc
tober to J1S 86. Messages from the
western half of the belt stated that
many streams were ont of their
banks and that much replanting of
cotton would have to oe done.
Ojwninr bids were: May. 8399: July.
JJS.M: October. JK.8J: December, JISI7.
Te weather nap reflected leu rain in
to belt then expected and this checked the
biBlnc. Pollowlnc the forecast of fair
tather for the entire wertera half of the
cotton country offertass increased and the
market reacted. Late in the moraine
July was trading at J1S-J1 and October
at 838 Zi and the gains were pared down
to 13 to 34 points.
XE1V YORK COTTON" FCTUBES.
New York. Mar 17 Cotton futures
closed study May. SUM: July. S38.S9:
Lpetober. 918.41; December. IIS."; jann
"arr. W4.3S. . .
fi.ll. I XSSXU. BITJi t.uwu..
Galveston. Tex, May 17. Spot cotton
steady. Middling, tii.se.
MOTHER TAKES BAXDITS BODT.
Chicago, HJ, May 17. Mrs. I T.
Walton, of St. Joseph. Mo, mother of
Horace Walton, killed Friday in a
rie-ht with the nollee after he robbed
an express train of $70,000 and killed
William W. Kooerts, pnrajinaii, owa
tha hod, of her son today. The train
on which she came to Chicago also
brought the body of her husband,
who died, of heart failure at Bncklln.
Ma She will take both bodies back
Gun Metal English
this shoe has a
heel, as illustrated.
Brown Calf English
One of the"
This Ia your
chsnr fn bnr
hoe nt pre-nur
W3 AN A
Chicago, HI., May 17. Declines In
the price of corn occurred today,
largely as a result of predictions that
the interstate commerce commission
soon would use emergency measures
to move grain more rapidly.
Opening prices which varied from
unchanged figures to He advance.
with July at J 1.7 8 to $1.79. and Sep
tember $i.t5 to l.Cfi, were followed
by a decided setback.
oats paralleled tne action oi corn.
A'ter opening unchanged to half a
cent to iSc higher, including July at
93 He to 53 c the market underwent
Provisions weakened with grain and
Grains and Provisions.
Cbicaco Grain. Cloac
Corn Mar, SLKtt: -Jolr, LWK; Sep
Oats Mar. SLOT; Jolr. MNc: Septem
Chleaco Frorlslons. dose.
Pork Mar. (U.75: Jolr. 339.J5.
Lard Jalr, Jt.9t: September. 121.TSK.
Ribs July. S1LC9; September. J 19.35.
Chlcaro Produce, Close.
Chicago, I1L. Mar 17. Batter Hisher.
Eip HtjKs. 33.948 eaees; blcher.
Firsts 4143c; ordlaarr tlnta. 17Uc
At market, eases Included. 399) 49c; .tor
ace packed extras, 44e; storace packed
Ponltrr Alrre. nicber. Fowls. 37c.
Potatoes Steadr; reeeipts, il cara
Nortnern WMte sacked aad. walk. 7.3St
7.1: On. ills n, 3a,ttsf-U: new, arm:
Florida, barrels. No. I. tlT.M; No. X ilt.t
trlS.S: Texas Triamplls. t4t99.M cwt.
Kansas Citr Prodnce. Close.
Kansas Cltr. Mo, Mar 17. Ems On.
cent nicher; tints. 49c.
Batter Creamerr. l?c nicher. 49c.
Ponltrr Tarkers. 2e hither. 41c.
DltLlS BAT MARKET.
Dallas. Tex, Mar 17. No. 1 bar and
Johnmi eras l:s..: aHalfa, HIM
Chleaco Ureatoek. Close.
Chicago, m. Mar 17. Cattle Receipts.
39.49. Market Slav, rteadr to Stc lower
on both beef and botcher cattle. Karlr top
on henry steers. JU-J5: balk. Jll.ll.5:
rat cows. Urtelr Jt-Mtne-ie: canaers
mostly li.M..7t: choice cxItos steadr.
bnlk. 250He lower at Jlt.SlI.i4; stack
ers and feeders, weak.
Ran Reeetaee. 44.SM: most 2Sc to ISC
i..r. Mkri and be.vr botcaers weejr
ai.i. mm(! too. 114.CS: balk. SlZ.Uw'
14.25: pics, steadr to lower with balk at
chu. itlfiea 14.SS4L Market Terr
alow and anerenly lower: few sales of low
crades made, bat nest jamas not mho.
tr.nu rstv UvMitoek. dose.
Kansas City. Mo, Mar'17. Cattle Re
ceipts. . Market steadr to 4o lower,
beery, weak: top rearllncs. H4-: sbe-
stoek. ban. sua zeeaer. scsaar; ookk ww.
I11.SS: ebotce netxera, ii; c.
etenlr lower, no blcher; mostly steaor
.at. vlr 114 ..
H Ke-ssntst lLtM: Ilchts to mo-
dinm, 15!Sc lower top. 114.M: hearr.
slow. lie lower; balk Ucht and medlnms.
111 75tn.:.: euuc neaer. -a".'
Sheep Receipts, lt.0.. Market (el
ia.... sm.iv tMd moA ehesee aoothwestant
sprlnc lambs. U7.W1S.,: balk yoerlincs
nd lambs. il4.MU.n: bout Texas
weethers JfLM: balk lat ewea, 1S-W
1.5; goats. He lower: bant. I7.saaji.sa.
nnvee Tiyestock. Close.
Denyer. Colo, Mar 17. Cattls Re-
colpts. t Market steadr. Bser ataerj.
(11.M01..M: cows and heUera. -
and feeders, SLM1S.
tr--leeelnta. lit. It eeaU tower;
top. 14.4t: bark. ix.t14.tt.
1 .- i. ..ml Market nor
maL Lemba, lt tttfl.!!-. wethors. l!-tt
13.t: ewes, i..a.x&.w: epu "
Fort lVorOi Iiresiock. Close.
Fort Worth. Tex- Mar 17. Cattle Re
ceipts Satnrday. lttt; market, steady.
Beeyes. SLMll.t: stockera. Jl-ttJ
lt.S: cows. Il; hoers. JittJ
ll.; bolls. I.tt.7J: earres, .
Hoo-Rseelpts. : marlmt. It to It
centTlower. Heayy. IMsflt.M: Ucht.
tl-SH.5: medmm. Mx.TIln:
mixed. JlL7.eii.7l: eommoa. Jl-75t
1L7.: pica. a.stll-M.
Sneep-Receipta. Xttt: market, steady
Lambs. ll-a14.7S: rearUaaa. IM
U.tt: wethers, lltJtsll-7i: ewes. J"
ls.it: calls, li.MOt.tt: coats, I4.
Board To Hear
When the school board meets next
It will bare belort It a letter
from the chamber o) commerce ask
ing that H prepare and make public
a budget for the operation of the
city's schools dnrioK the year ltzo
121. and that after such bndfret is
prepared a public hearing be held
The letter was sent to the school
board Monday, pnrsnaat to a resolu
tion adopted by the tax and economy
committee of the chamber of com
merce. The letter Is signed by A.
Schwartz, chairman of the committee,
in the absence of Jaltas A. Krakavjer.
by James G. McNary. chairman-director
of the governmental research and
city planning department of the cham
ber, and by Charles Jf. Bassett presi
dent of the chamber of commerce.
The letter asks that in nuking tip
the budget a detailed bndgetbe pre
pared for each school unit and that
the salary account be itemised so as
to show the number of positions au
thorized and the new and old salary
for each position.
ask Fort rmso labor.
Santa Te. N. M, May 17 The dis
trict engineer in cbarse of the work
on the state aid road through Shoe
maker canyon fn Mora county has
asked for a force of J8 convict. The
cams will be established at an early
Judge W. D. Howe. In Ittn district
court, Monday crranted Carmen Leyba
a divorce from Sara O. Ijeyba,
By WALTER WELLMAit.
rfill the little squares, you will
need seven words. One of the
words of seven letters is the
name of something in the picture
The other one means "rejection "
Botff of the words of five letters are
the names of objects In the picture
One of the words of three letters is
the name of an object In the picture.
The other means "to recede " The
word of one letter is io be found in
what the boy is saj Ing If the cor
rect words are arranged property
the centrals, reading downward, will
spell the name of an animal
I MS1VEH TO SATTRDAI'S F17ZZI.I;.
ion' loom, moor, rood, door, roof
foou 1 ot
Copper stocks were down to H
point Monday, according to J. S. Cur
tiss & Co- Security Bank building.
(fcrb Copper Stocks.
Artsona BtacBsmtoa ...... Q ItuiS
ArkaiwcLS Aricama. ......... 1 0 11
Big Ltlr l-ic a 5-1
cL Jeronw 14 j-h
jonioiiaateo Artsosa SO
Dundee Anson (.9 l.
Green Monster 1-1C 0
Hau Conner 30 at
Howe Sound 3.sj
Jerome Verde H0
Naoosarl 47 0
Chief :t 0
Miami Consolidated 1-35 0
New Cornelia 18 i
Ray Heresies sses
United Eastern 3K0
ooprrior t Boston . ....4 1-lt 0
Verde Kxteulon 2S es
Verde Combination 0
SIlTer KJnc 3 0
nenn 15 0
Consolidated Copper .... 390
Listed rooper Stocks
Anaconda . .
New York Central v....
American Car Foundry
American Loeomotiv. ........
Bethlehem Steel Ill,
ioraao ruei a: iron 31
Lackawanna . 7414
Industrial Alcohol ;
U. 8. Rubber Sh,
Central Leather ft
General Motors 28
New York OSS.
Mexican Petroleum 179
Texasx Oil 47
Plarce . 1
Royal Dutch . USK
EL PASO OIL STOCKS.
The, figure. takn from the board, at
tae close or u session sionaay noon:
El raso Mock Exehance.
BIT Four $ -36
Black Lime 3.75
Comanche County .7a
Comaneb. Nortnern 1-.9
W. W. Cox ts.tt
Hueeo Baatn 7.
B3 Paso Rancor 41
Homer Union -2i
Homer Con. 1 St
Heeaeahoe Bend 7.S9
Hoc Creek. Jr..
L X L. t ISt
Jaccer.-Wallace . .....
Kmc Elcht ISO
Heart of Duke -r -
Rancer Bock Island.... 125
Sips Sprins -9
Rancor Brook. ..... .49
Bancer Texas 73
Rancer Central 15
Rancer Bark 11
Southwestern O. D..
Sunshine ............. .It
Texas Homer .......... 2t
Texas Pet 27K
III FORT BLISS
A special propram and renew ia
being arranged at Fort Bliss to re
ceive Maj Gen Joseph T. Dickman,
deoartment commander, when he
comes to El Paso on an inspection
trip. Gen Dickman Is expected to
come to bl fas aoooi .nay a.
The rea-iraental bands at the post
are to be consolidated. The S2d field
artillery band, and the Eighth and
Seventh cavalry bands will compose
the consolidated hand under tne lead
ershlp of Lieut W. S. Vanover. He
will be assisted by band leaders La-
cock and Eysmont.
FOURTH MOBILE ORDNANCE
REPAIR SHOP GOES NORTH
Tha Fourth mobile ordnance re
pair shop unde the command of
Capt. John Ordway today is leaving;
Fort Bliss (or Camp Dodge, Iowa.
This unit will leave this evening
on the El Paso and Southwestern for
tha north to rejoin the Fourth di
vision. It has been statioft.d at Fort
Bliss for the past aix months under-
going a course or training in the ma
chine srun school. The detachment
consists of ! men and one officer.
COXCERT TO COMt-LHIEVT
COL. AMI MHS. II. I- nOWZE
ComDiimentarv to CoL and Mrs. K.
L. Howxe, thj Eighth cavalry band
vrill nlav a concert in the band
stand at Fort Bliss from 8 to odock
Wednesday evening, weather per
mitting. Lieut. Wm S. Vanover. band
leader, announces the following pro
atarcn. rannnauser, vverture,
-Haymond . Oriental Fox Trot. "Dar
danella.' selection. "Mikado,' (from
Sullivan's comic opera). "Pilgrim
Chorus," (from Tannhauser); sefec-
tlon. "H. M. s. Pinaforer Mrand
War March and Battle Hymn." from
R. Wagner's opera); "Kienxi." finale.
Eighth cavalry Air.
Washington. D. C Mar 17. CapL
George Beard Fletcher, medical
corps, ana Aioert jsartin. medical
corps, hae been honorably dis
charged. THE COURTS.
TnlRTT-FOlRTn DISTRICT COCIIT.
Judge 11 . H. Howe, Presiding.
Florence s David D Daidson. suit
for divorcev filed.
SIXTV-FFTII I1ISTHICT CorTlT,
Jndce Ballard Coldiyell. Preolding.
Ruby is W. H. Baglcy. suit for
Annie M. vs Jack liershej. annul
ment of marriage, filed
FOIITV-FIRST DISTRICT COURT,
Jndge r. R. ITIce, Presiding.
George E i nliace. truardian suit
for damae-es s South rn Pacific
A chameleon, when blind-fnlriii
loses the power to chanee It. hna'
and the entire body remains of a uni
Th women of Ponnr (,mi tii
boa-u rf Ka ik hj.il tlit fi'-st vmn-
can jci i aiin ir n
Kew York. May 17. Trading in
stocks today again was extremely re
stricted by reason of unsettled fin
ancial and industrial developments.
out tecnmcai conditions seemed to
favor the long account. The close
was steady. Sales approximated
Liberty bond. cIom: J Ha. tMM; first
4a. i.: trecond . M4.M; flr-t im,
SS&.CS; tr-scond 4s. JtX; third V.
J 87.4 4; fourth 4Kb, $S4.4; lictery Xu,
;4.SS; Tlctsry 4.s. -.
The yratmwtttmtl character of ths mar
ket wii sppacatit from the ease with
which prtoM eJWed at the Orat shm of
rc-Mwd pressare. PaAmeriesa aad
Mcxtoui Patroknun made extreme de
slinea of 3fe and M potata. reapectlTely.
Bthlhem. Crncfhle and Baplosie aad
Vasadlam. 3 to t: Baldwin lcoraatrr
4 and Atlaatte OshT S. DirJIaaa of to
5 potata aeoompaatod te roactloa tn re
laUd specialties. Raits, eapeciaUy traaa
ooatlBeBtahv toaka 1 t 1 polata. Uttle
esyBoaragameat was offarad hy the money
market, call mane epaadna; at t peromt.
Prleas showed mtla chaar at the tniftftf
opaaiaf of today's stock market. Develop
ment over the weak end promotad farther
Mexican olH were firm on late news.
bat active aelliac aamwd ia tha first half
hoar, csjteelinc; all cates.
N. T. LISTED STOCKS.
(By the Associated Press.
New York, Mar 17. followlnc are the
elossnc onotatnyas artbe 2tew Tork stack
exchange for the stock, meqtloned:
AaMticaa Socar 139
American T. and T. 93.
Anaconda .... .................... l
China t 31H
Colorado Fool aad Iron 81 H
Northern Padae 74
OoaUwiu PactOo 4
Union Paelflc IK
TJsated States Stool tlnj
MONEY AND METALS.
IBr tha Anoctattd Presa.l
New Tork, Vay 15. Xereaatlla paper.
8terttms day Mils. St-Tt; eosusrarcml
a day Mns en banks, SS.TO; cemmovehU
4S day Wllm. IX77H; telWiBfl. IS.I2K; ea
Government hofsda, weak.
Time lossjs. strong, tt dare 9 dars and
atx montba., In percent.
Bar stiver. 99.c
Mexican dallara. .c
Can moner, stiwnc. Htcfc. t: low. C; rul
iug rate. 8: eleaiac bM. C: ottered at 7.
last loan, c; bank aoeantaneoa, t percent.
Copper. dolL Electrolytic, spot and sec
ond quarter. Uxfuac; Jury. Uil
Iron, steadr- No. 1 Northom. S49.M: No.
2 Northern. SII.M; No. X Saothem. J 43.99
Tin. steadr. Spot. SH.M; Jose aad Jolr.
Antimony, lit tt.
Lsod. quiet: Spot and Mar. offered at
33.75: Jons aad July otferod at 33.79.
Zinc, quiet. Spot, tr.t bid: 17.75 asked.
LOXDO.N JICTAL MARKET.
Loodoa. Baav. Mar 17. Tna qnotatlons I
on the metal exesaac. today were as
Spot copper, 191,7a. td. I
EloctrolytJc. 113. I
Tin. 29. i
Lead. 4. 5a.
Zlac 146. lis.
RETUU PROM MBIJTIXfl
of tssni.Munis at st. louis
ChariM B. Barclaowugh ratnmad
Sunday from tha Amoriean AssocU
tioa of Kngtseers' convontioa which
met tn St. Ixrala. Mr. Bargiebaagh
has Deem appointed chairman of the
committee fa charge of building ar
rsueineiits for the) aew 31 story
tUtMXM kcacsiasrteTS building for
the aaeocxatVan, which Is to bo erectod
itlng too southwftstem district
were Dean Q. X. Bauer of Tucaoa.
who was mada chairman of the reao
lutlaoa eoBunittee. and Forest Baker.
also of Tucson. L. M. Lawaon. man
ager of tne igepfuiat amtte recuuna
tion sreject, repreeented the El Paso
breach of the sssnclitlsn.
Melchor Vfllabos and Rita Sanchex.
Albert Weitaaaer and Hortencla L.
Lewis w. Cart aad Margaret G.
U. S. Dignitaries
A t Canonization
Of Joan Of Arc
Rome. Italy. May 17. (By the As
sociated Press.) Joan of Arc the
shepherd lass who in 1429 was called
rrom the peaceful fields of Pomremy
to lead the armies of France to vic
tory aa-ainat the Britlah and Bnrsfnn-
dians, yesterday was exalted to aalnt-
Thirty thousand nersons witnessed
the rite in honor to the meek girl
wsisw leaaersnip lounaea moaern
France and whooe life Inanlred th
allied world during the dark hours
of the great war lust closed.
Among those seen taking part In
the procession were archbishop Ed
ward J. Hanna, of San Francisco:
bishops John P. Carroll. Helena.
Mont.; Daniel M. Gorman. Boise.
Idaho, and Paul Joseph Xuesbaum.
Corpus Christi. Texas, and fathers
Kdward Higney. Newport. R. I.; John
J. Connelly. Wilmington. Del., and
John A. Butler. San Francisco, be
sides all the students at the Amer
ican college in Rome..
MASONS TO CONFER THREE
COUNCIL DEGREES SATURDAY
All three of the decrees of the coun
cil, an important branch of Masonry,
will be conferred on a large class of
candidates next Saturday at the
Masonic temple. The highest of these
degrees U snperexcellent master.
This degree is conferred only twice
a year in El Paso and. El Paso and
Dallas are the only two cities In the
state where it Is conferred.
The first two degrees of the coun
cil are to be given Saturday after
noon and the highest In the evening,
following a dinner. John 1niple
Rire thrice illustrious master of the
oonncil will preside at the ceremonies
Marry w. Connolly, recorder, win
register candidates at 2 oclock In the
afternoon. W. S. Taylor, temple or
ganist, has a special program for the
Marlon Hills. Lyman L. Burgess. R.
F. Hawley, J. Mays Jones. I. M. PhiD
neny. George B. Slater and W. W.
Click will have prominent posts in
to roval ana select aegree worn.
Horace B. Hayes. George E. Trout
Harrv W Ore. John D. Mason. John
W. Moss. Rufe P. March. C S. Ham
mond. John C Ross. Walter W. Scott.
L. L. Burgess. G. B. Slater, and others
will taka. "Heavy" parts in tne super-
INESTIOTIC DCATlf OK
MARFA CAPTAIN AT PHOEMI
Phoenix. Ant. May IT. Capt. S. .
McDonnell. U S A . of Marfa, Tex a
has arrived here to investigate cir
cumstances surrounding the death o
Cant. John Thompson, who was foun
dead In bis hotel room here April 3
last. The coroner's inquest verdic
was that Thompson died as the resul"
of an overdose of sedative drug. Kelt
administered. He was on 20 da$
leae of absence from the Bu- Bend
military district. headquarters oi
which is at Marfa. Investigation is to
be conducted to ascertain If the of
ficer s death was acc'dental or in
TTtADC CARI1 SCSPEMIRD.
Phoenix. Ariz May 17 Th- Phoe
nix Building Trades council ha 5u
pended th building tride card" it 1
was announcrd b J I Rodcr-r- him- '
l ss agt.pt ot tin' 1'iHi'H-r- un.oi
Hi Ftr. PT'nf a mil n mn t. . .
l-I tl tt tt tll 4 JU1, il
All Cars Stop At The White House
All That's New and Desirable in Lingerie
' l V
RISSttnSZIZft Mam i
W SSlfmlBKBnftMtJF T tsMsBsl-ssssrlaiiHr
Did you attend our Annual Economy Basement May Sale of
WMte Monday! Hundreds of El Paso women shared in the
bargains represented in the sale. Should you care to partici
pate, you might refer to our ad in last Satur
day's Herald or Monday morning's Tunes
everytmng advertised is still on sale. Tues
Crepe de Chine. Satin and
S3k MuH prettily trinunr
ia hecs pink and white. Up
T0YAH GRANTS ELECTRIC
Toyah. Tex, May 17. At a meet
ing of the eity council. Monday and
Tuesday, May 17 and 18, were desig
nated as "clean-up" days for Toyah.
A franchise was granted by the
council to Jesse Knight for the erec
tion and maintenance of an electric
light and power plant. Mr. Knight
was also granted the right to lay
pipes in the streets of Toyah through
which to furnish natural or artificial
I. G. Hlghnote was appointed by
the council to be city attorney and
Wiley Ca seels was named as city
marshal. It was resorred to have the
city ordinance revised and amended
at the earliest possible moment.
It was decided to wage unrelenting
war against bootleggers, gamblers
and lewd women.
It was resolved that steps must be
taken to prevent waste by fire and
to that end a mass nioeUng will be
soon called at which a volunteer fire
brigade will be organised.
rVTIUAXS IIOMI5 PROM SBSSIO.W
Otto J. Kyler. grand representative
of El Paso lodge No. S3. Knights of
Pythias, and Miss May belle Bethea.
grand representative of Matties
Ttftnple No. 31. Pythian Sisters, have
returned from the conventions of the
affiliated organizations at Dallas.
Fort Worth was selected for the con
vention to begin the second Tuesday
In May. 1921.
I K Only One Dollar I
H ffejQJBugBnj& J In these days the -value of a rlollar k very lightly considered D
JHKKjj yet 1
Only one dollar opens a savings accort with "Everybody's H
i: Bank." ffi.
1 Q Only one dollar deposited regularly each week will form H
1 the valuable habit of saving and may lead to financial in- H
I dependence H '
(J Only one dollar opens the axil; to form banking connection
f and enables yoa to avail yourself of til the facilities of
1 "Everybody's Bank" H
BoiekNatiotu. Rank I
i H 'I Evergbodij's Banlc j m
Bfl Stanton and Texas Streets j
IL , I
" iii .
IDEAL for warm summer days are
Eiffel Maid Union Suits for misses
and women they're athletic cut, easy
and comfortable for wear under the cor
set ribbon shoulder straps, elastic
webbed band at the small of the bacfc
there are no buttons you just step in.
Pink, flesh or white of soft nainsook
and batiste, voile, dimity, Seco and A.
B. C. silk all quality, well cut, dain
tily finished no fussy frills.
$2.98 Voile 1 7Q
BLOUSES.... V 1
Novelty effects in white and
bUck Uack velvet ties and
bands. all . f7(
jizes special. .. .VJl.Cu
"The Store Of Service"
For Sale Fornittxre
b-.e furniture for mhI h 1-1
fair trratmeot and Quick strrvice.
CO. Lndsr new
W bey and sU an kinds of rarnirore
DAVIS HARDWARg Jt rTRVITUBE CO.
Corner Overland and Ore con St.. Ph. SC2.
FANCT combination store, heating stOTts.
beds (fall asd three-a.uirtrt taKiso.
ehsin. mcs. bomehold goods. Fort Bliss
vmr. szi9 bscramento.
FCEMTUBK of S rooms for sale, also
house in good location for rent to xtarty
btjjinc fernitsre. Ph. :f between a and
WK ABE maUair special tow prices to
cash borers of fnrnirare at HOME FTB
MTCBE CO, Slfc Texas. tJndrr new
FOB &1LE Complete foroihina. tne tad
Ins; piano for room btmsalow. mahoc
anj and oak. very fin-x Iii Wbeeliag,
eini.tll.tjmaj niarncS. HO SwCK. fB 39 OS.
WANTED Second hand fnrairar .n.
inoos)t aod eoaUty. we pay cash, phono
as BHRKTrilLL rCRlTUKE CO
K San Antonio. Ph. Sf4S.
FOB SA.LB Good fsznttare, parlor, bed-
rapm and Httrnf riOOBXa mit. Ana wnKlBtaa.
stove, refrigerator and carpets. 4
VE STILL HATE RABSilVS Is atevar
and conuDtostoB farsitare fresh lets m
weekly a D Bowser Upbe4etrBr Co
TSS Texas. Fa. 411.
THE U'KSTXKX FTJBNITTJRB CO. wUl
pay cash for your fsraitore or we will
uelunire It for new Come to the store
that aavee you money. Ph. 14 li, corner
Stanton aad Overland.
For Sale ForaitEre
i stUPl.Vl'K rraiarfalnrc f t nrnn in-
meet with tUjplsc perch, one eX the mot'
i destrable aoartiiiests m citr. will
apartmat te psrtr baying roraltare.
dress C C, ore Hsrsld.
WILL PAT HIGHEST cash price for e-
ond band fornlrore or will exebanc o
KIO GBANDC fUKMILUE CO.
Phone :: x-ll s. stac-
WE DO NOT answer ads. but aire tie
cash and can nse sereral thossand dollars
worth of second band ftirnitnre, any kla
any quantity. G. IX Homer rpholster's;
Co Tee Texas. Ph. Ut.
TICTBOLAS in mahocany, oak or tc. in
to match the fornltnre In yovr homu ?
as bow them to yoa. Tri-Slate Tsl& ts
Machine ro.. Z89 X. Qrecon.
WANTKW lie, 00 worth second ia- 1
noasohoid aad office tarnltore. base i '"
era, bemtera, sa heaters and all - id
hearJnc stores, cook-stoves, raasee cjt
anteed best pricoa. Texas Fanutnrs C-
SS SINGLE MlfiHOK doer vara" b
27A; doable mirror doo- wardrob
Mi. $30 small desk. til. Jl famed r- r.
er. leather seat. tlZ. t2 fomd -oc-v -Imitation
leather seat. lt. tZZ 49 In':
retned dining table. SIS. S15 kitchen -'
tU; S5S steel range. JJ4. $13 hall -
-il: S45 famed buffet. JJ7 S. Si r-i
feather pUlows. $4: 49 hnitatloa leath -famed.
maBloD style coach. lt. tlS oi L
taMee, tt inch square, Jl. 146 six leah
seat famed chairs. $14; SIS framed mir-o-Ikevoled
Ux4. U. J 45 white ename '
drecaiag table and chair, SK. Sit eh f
fonior. 114: aad a lot of other barr ox
ia used raraitare. If yoa have anrtb i
for sale, call nav Vanrte Pttrnltare Co, 1j$
San Jactmto, Pa. Sit.
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