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EL PASO HERALD
14 Friday, July 16, 1920. POOL PRICES TO T i Investigation to determine equita 1 ie prices for the use of the Sanset Heights bathing pool Is being made 1 citv officials to be included tn the franchise granted private individuals i -hmd the enterprise," said a state i -nt given out Friday by acting avor R. C Semple While the investigation has not pi ne far enough to make a definite statement possible, it Is highly prob i in that nrftspnt charges for adrals- - n and use of the pool will soon be aterfaliy reduced. City officials are expressly deslr- s of getting before the public the act that the Sunset pool is not a unlcipal enterprise. It is private every sense of the word, except ' at the city has granted to Indlvld- ils a franchise for Its operation - have authority to fix maximum ares. the individuals concerned are ' 1? gated to use city water, and the itv is paid 10 percent of the net unne derived from it 'In addition, !t Is now a matter t only a few weeks before the pool ft Washington park will be com- i ieted It w-.ll be strictly municipal and operated for the benefit of the ublic For use of the pool there, no harg Is to be made, and public 'resting rooms will be supplied to Those desiring them Private rooms ill oe available at 10 cents each, a harge of fle cents will be made or towels, ana a oatning sun con- sslon will be granted where bath z suits cn be had for a 25 cent fee The city ao contemplates the ri etion of a lake in the recently squired park near the School of Vires It will be five acres in ex tent according tn plans, and will be tfiized both for bathing, boating and pr recreation purposes With regard to the Sunset pool. s'nct regard for observance of sani tation rules is being insisted on. erv dav 20,000 gallons of fresh wa ter is run in to replace that amount f water drained for. That quantity amounts to 40 gallons of fresh water er dav for every swimmer. "Phone TJs" Tree Poor Ate 347-348. Saturday Candy ALMOND BRITTLE One-Half Ponnd. CHILDREN SHOW WHY DEFECTS Austin, Tex July 16 A survey of school children's health, which the public health nurse declares to be typical of the entire state and other states, has been completed by Miss Fearl K. Hyer, R. N.. public health nurse of the Texas Public Health association. Kiss Hyer made examinations, as sisted by local physicians, of 729 children in a certain north Texas town. Among these 729 school chil dren, 1656 defects were found over two defects per child. The number with enlarged tonsils were 297,, 31 with submerged tonsils. 122 that needed eyelids treated. 97 that had adenoids, 160 who needed glasses badly, 136 with defective hearing. 3S5 who needed teeth treated, 119 who needed gums treated, 30 who were over 10 pounds overweight, and 299 who were five pounds or more underweight. "Every community needs a nubile health nurse, so that these defects may be discovered and corrected In youth, and so that the children may grow into strong, healthy, happy men and women," said Miss Hyer. DECORATED NURSE HEADS ARMY SERVICE 'CORPS Washington. D. C Jnlv IS. Miss Julia I Stlmson. of New York, was appointed today by secretary Baker as superintendent of the army nurse corps, with the relative rank of ma jor. She received the D. S. M. and the British R. H. C for services in the nurse corps during the war. E HO LAREDO UNDER ARHI (Continued from page 1.) TRAFFIC LEAGUE MEETS HERE The first meeting of the Texas traf fic league to be held in west Texas will be held in Br-Paso Monday morn ing at the chamber of commerce. Luncheon will be served to the vlsit ingtrafflc men at noon and they will be guests at the traffic club dance at the West Tsleta country club In the evening. A Summer's day Recipe to- EtTIO.NERY COMPjLVI UPTON'S til if tea addition, a small party of Taqul In dians from Piedras Negras. who re inforced the Nuevo Laredo garrison, reported eight or ten rabels had been killed in a skirmish between Taquls and the rebels six miles south of the border here. Fifteen wounded rebels were reported to have crossed to the Texas side during the day. These reports could not be confirmed. American military authorities are watching the situation cloiely. Army aviators reported last night that they had lost track of the rebels. While fighting was In progress in Nuevo Laredo. United States aviators fly- Ling low over the Mexican town. dropped notes warning the combat ants not to fire into American terri tory Reinforcements for the United states units at Laredo amvea toaay, including two troops of cavalry from Fort Sam Houston and one from Fort Brown. Four airplanes from San An tonio arrived here yesterday. The bridge was closed yesterday except to refugees coming from the Mexican side. At the request of the Mexican authorities American troops are guarding the Texas side of the Rio Grande and keeping the curious from approaching the river side, where danger of wounding by stray firing would exist. Robertson Worm Rebels, Washington, D. CL, July 16. Ameri can consul Robertson in Nuevo Laredo reported to the state department yes terday that he had received a letter from Gen. Ricardo Gonzalez, a nephew of Gen. Pablo Gonzalez, stating that he had called for the surrender of the city and advising foreigners to cross over to American soiL The consul served notice immediately that the consulate must not be disturbed. Five Hour Fight At Monterey. Brownsville, Texas. July 16. Bebels nnrfi r.An. vltlare&L who attacked Monterey, capital of Nuevo Leon, Wed nesday morning, xougnt tor " v hours before thejr were repulsed, ac cording to a e tails received cere xotmy. The attacking body numbered 200 men. Monterey has been comparatively quiet since the attack, according to this Information. Two hundred and fifty cavalrymen left Matamoros, opposite here, yester day morning for Monterey. RETURN OROZCO PROPERTIES. Chihuahua, Mex, July 16. The fed eral government has ordered return to his heirs the properties belong ing to the late Gen. Pascuel Orozco, that were confiscated since 1914. The properties are a portion of the mine. La Soledad, located in Cusihnlriachic and a tract of land, calld Chuvisqnllln, near this city. The properties of Sil veatro Terrazas also have been re turned to him. REVOLT UN S PROVE FA IL RENOVATE CUT OFFICES. The offices of the Juarez city otPN dais, including those of mayor Fran cisco XX Gonzales and chief of police Pedro Garcia, are being renewed both In the matter of woodwork and pa pering. A new office is also being constructed at the police station for use b7 the chief. TROOPS TO TEHUAATEPEC, Veracruz. Mex July 16. Specula tion was aroused here today by the denarture or three trains carrying troops in the direction of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. No information as to the reason for the troop movement has been received here. The women In Efirrnt spend most of their lives in miserable hovels, tn working In the fields or in getting water. Saturday The Day To Buy!!! Seoii-Aiitmaf Clearance Sale We are prepared to gire yon extra good service. Best Good. Biggest Selection v am iHIB Biggest Discount Bert Goodi No Hot Air- 0b any three-piece salt-in the home. -No Ball! Black and bine serges, flannels, ererythisg included. ONLY BRING THE MONEY. On all Silk Shirts. Finest line in El Paso. Exclu sive patterns. Latest styles. The following bargains we offer you are less than HALF PRICE. Every article is Erst class, absolutely guaranteed. We don't sell Seconds or Imperfections. First-Class Stores Nerer Do. OFF 50 dozea solid leather pocketkools. A very handy purse, guaranteed. Hf (Sat price '. .. .' OvC 100 dozen work gloves, solid leather. Gauntlet and short gloves, every pair guaran- Cl" teed. Our price is OvC Athletic Undershirts, good quality. White Bal briggan, every pair guaranteed. Q 3ur price is 33C Chalmers poros knit underwear, size 34 and 36. Every suit guaranteed. (Si f f Out price is p X , U LI 10 dozen straw hats. Pinyan. very Kght and jurabie. Every hat is guaranteed. d "t ff 3ur price is , ip A eULr ZOO dozen artificial s3k hose. White and grey, Jl sizes, extra good wearers. Every J f ir guaranteed. Our price is OUC 2,000 shirts, finest makes and materials includ ing Emory and Manhattan, all first class goods ia sizes 14 14J4 and 15. (J " 7 C Our price is ipli (D 100 dozen four-in-hand silk ties, beau- Q (J b'ful designs, guaranteed. Our price is O O C 20 dozen white duck and khaki hats, extra good quality. Every hat guaranteed. Cf Our price is OUC 25 dozen silk caps, special, good silk. All new, ap-to-date patterns. Absolutely tf JJ guaranteed. Our price is PX.OO 10 dozen Jersey sflk shirts, color white, all sizes. Every shirt guaranteed. tf J Q C 3ur price J) O0 duett, Peabody and Ide collars, soft and stiff. 3roken sizes, guaranteed. c rf Two for J)C We have more bargains in all departments. Look at the bargain bulletins in our store or ask for them. We Lead Let Those Who Can Folew. We FiD Man Orders' Right and Right Away. 266-216 Saa Antonio Street EI Paso, Texas. The efforts of Gens. Alejo Gonzales, Lueio Blanco and Villasenor to In cite the border garrisons of Coahulla and Tamaullpas to revolt against the de facto government have faUed. ac cording to Alberto Ruiz Sandoval consular partclultr for the govern ment, who retained to El Paso Thurs day from a 10 day trip to Eagle Pass and Piedras Kegras- As a precaation against the garri sons at Piedras Negras and Villa Acnna. which had been under the command of Gen. Villasenor. going out against the government, troops from those two points were removed to interior garrisons. Their places will be taken by troops brought into Coabnila by Gen. Arellano, who ar rived at Masqniz. Coahaila five days ago, according to Mr. Sandoval. Gen. Arellano, who recently cast his lot with the de facto government, was formerly a commander nnder the oolors of Gen. Felix Diaz, who has also became loyal to the provisional government. Gen. Arellano now has a force of 400 men under his com mand, which will be distributed to the garrisons or Piedras Negras. Villa Acuna, Musquiz and other points In Coahnfla. Gen. Eugenio Martinez arrived In Piedras Negras a few days ago, from where be will direct the operations of federal forces in the border region. Gen. Martinez is the military com mander of Nuevo Laredo, Dtxrango and Coahuila. His first order was for the removal of the troops formerly under Villasenor. While he has made no decisive move against the de facto government Vil lasenor la strongly suspected by pro visional leaders of being a Gonzales sympathizer. "Ricardo Gonzales. said Mr. Sando val, "who rebelled at Montelova two weeks ago, was defeated July 7, by federal troona at Barrsteran. H escaped with 15 men, but later joined a force of 20 men who had rebelled at Candela, Tamaullpas, and attacked Nuevo Lafc-edo. where he again met defeat. Trains are now running regularly between Piedras Negras and Saltlllo, as in that entire section there are so rebels with the exception of Lieut. CoL Ildefonso Castro, who has but six men. Castro rebelled at Musqatz several days ago and with his small band Is plundering the ranches In the mountain districts. He Is a bandit working under the guise of a revolu tionary leader. He burned a bridge near Musquiz a few days ago. but the damage was promptly repaired by federal soldiers, and traffic was blocked but a short time." Tampico Streets Under Military Control, Due to Bolsheoik Activity Mexico City, Mex, July IS. Man agers of petroleum companies at Tampico have appealed to Gen. Man uel PelAex. TniHtftrv ci'n., i. .. Tamaullpas, to prevent alleged Bol shevik! from forcibly hindering la borers frcm working. Gen. Plaez has nlsMil . . of Tampico under military control. r"" " "? juxoeisior. une aol shevikL it Is said, are being watched by government agents. A train of petroleum tank cars has been blown up, presumably by rebels commanded by Gen. Manuel C. Lar rage. between Ebano and ChlloL in the state of Veracruz. COL LIMA AND OFFICERS MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEAR Chihuahnsn V.-- ti , . i Satostio 'Lima and a group of his of X. .!:. vU belonging to an Infantry nand, which refused to loin this chief when he revolted weeks ago In Gomez Palaclo, have mysteriously disappeared from this dlty, wheri they were stationed. It seems thai iJina and his men were not satisfied ..... wi u&iu uraers regaratnt? the payment of their soldiers and then determined to Join the rebels. An other Version IS that Utin nnl. I- appearance was loyal to the federal government, but secretly was on the side of Guajario, from whom he re cSlTe? Instructions to appear to be obeying tbe orders of the nummut so as to get a big amount of money for his soldiers and then desert to the rebels. Mavor Rosendo A Avula .... score of officers nt th. him n- ,... stabulary have addressed a letter to Gen Amaro asking permission to go freely In pursuit of Villa, complain ing that the c&mnsjffn I. wt .i.i wi iduuie aecisive can Co accom plished with such tactics. VILLA FORCES DYNAMITE TRAIN; ARE BEATEN OFF Francisco Villa launched his threat ened "reign of terror" late Wednes day when Villlstas dynamited the engine of a northbound train of the Mexican national line near Conchos station, according to news reaching Juarez Thursday night. No official confirmation of the attack could be obtained at de facto headquarters here Fnda. According to the Information re ceived the train waj attacked by a aw,., imiiu ui viiiisus wno were re pulsed by the train guard. While the engine is said to have been partly wrecked by the charge of dynam.te, none of the passenger cars was dam aged and the passengers and train crew escaped without injury. An other engine from CMhuahua City was rushed to the hmd. nr h tack and took the train to that place. DEATH OF LIBERATOR WILL BE COMMEMORATED Flags will fly at half mast in Juarez Sunday in commemoration of the 48th anniversary of the death of .ucuuu juarez, uoeraior or Mexico, for whom the neighboring city was named. The day will be observed by exercises both at the Juarez nnnn. ment and in the auditorium of the customs house The monument will be denriiti4 with floral pieces and the day will be fittingly observed bv natrinti speeches The official speech will be made by Rafael Ronqulllo, while there will be patriotic addresses and recitations bv Alfonso Allen. Mipn.l Prado and Alberto Plnon, pupils of various public schools of Juarez. The national and other airs will be played by the military band. WORKERS CALL STRIKE ON VERACRUZ-MEXICO CITY LINE Veracruz, Mex, July It, A strike was declared last midnight by all the personnel on the lines and in the shops of the Mexican railway which runs from Veracruz to Mexico City. The men are demanding a ISA n.r- cent increase In wages and recogni- mvu ui ineir onion. A boycott against the railway has been decided noon until the ikmuili of the strikers have been granted. All the dock workers have also gone on strike against the terminal company. GROCERIES AnC SEIZED. Several wagonloads of groceries uu orygoous. Doing smuggled into Mexico from El Paso during the last week, have been seized by fiscal guards, according to Manuel Prieto. the new collector of customs. There nave aiso oeen several small mthtm of liquor beins: crossed Into the United States. At The WHITE HOUSE safe A Sale Of Double Strength'Clean S-weep' Values And WEEK-END SPECIALS Clean Sweep In The Girl's Dept. 8rd. Floor FROCKS REDUCED $5.98, $6.98, $7.98 Cool reeks of Swiss, Organdie and Nov elty fabrics in a wonderful variety of daisty colors. Ia sizes for the junior girl 13 to 17 years and for her sister of S to 14. $ &S0 frocks, $5.93 $1000 froekf, $&98 SliJO frocks, $7.98 TOTS' FROCKS Of white and daiaty colored Orgaadfe, Voile, Lawn and Dimity many beautiful fairy Kke styles, for toe tot from 2 to 6 years. Clean Sweep redact ions: 3 7.50 frocks, $3.98 $10.08 frocks, $5.93 COVERALLS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Made of Bght weight Khaki, Denim, Bine -Chambray and White Madras, also plain and novelty cheek ginghams, ia ceveralj, romper sad creeper styles. Sees 1 to 6 years. $2.00 salts at S1.39 Third Floor Clean S-weep In The Apparel Salon 2nd Floor SPLENDID DRESSES REDUCED, $49.95 Thirty dresses in this lot to be cleaned oat Saturday all of high grade Materials foulards, georgette crepe, crepe de rtrine, taffeta elaborately beaded. Braided, em broidered or in tailored effects. Every dress will be in excellent style the eoauBg season. Light and dark color tones. SS9.Se, tUM, $10000 to S125.00 dresses, reduced to $49.95. BEAUTIFUL DRESSES REDUCED TO $24.95 Scores of styles to sereet from ia many colors Georgette crepe, taffeta, crepe de chine and chiffon fabrics, -elaborately trim med or plainly tailored. Street, afternoon sad dinner gowns among them. $Wj09, 4&00, 9S040, KSOjOO, &&08 dresses at $2455. REGROUPING OF SUITS UP TO $65 FOR $29.95 Excellent grade Trieotiae, Serge aad Poplin were used ia the making of these wool suits navy, Mack aad a few other shades. Wonderfully well tailored. Values to $05 at 529.95. WASH SKIRTS REDUCED TO $235 The white tub skirt is practical for wear several summers styles vary Bttle. These skirts show attractive belt, buttons aad pockets. S4.94, $&95 aad $&75 skirts at $255. Apparel Salon, 2ad FJeor Clean Sweep Of UND'RTHINGS Main Floor MUSUNWEAE AT $1.98 Dainty lingerie Petticoats, Gowns aad Teddy Bears ia flesh or white. $50 values. Oeaa a (Q Sweep priee T-l.tO CORSETS $1.79 An excellent make Batiste Corset ia flesh pink aad white. Low aad rae dfom low best, long hip S A TJQk models. $&0 corsets at ..t1.Cc PHOENIX HOSE 98c Phoeaz Silk Hose ia white, black, dark brown aad grey. The regular price would be Si. SO, "but as they are slightly" imperfect, we (Q offer them at the pair UOC Main Floor Saturday Toilet Goods 50c Mikweed Cream 39c $1.00 Pond's Extract 79c 50c Carmen Face Powder 39c 25c Dr. Lyoa's Tooth Pow der 19c 50c Wells Shampoo 39c 60c Danderke 49c 25c Lavoris 19c 60c Witch Hazel 49c 25c Mentholatum 16c 50c Packers Tar Shampoo 39c 25c FrostBia 19c 50c Listerke 39c EXTRA SPECIAL EXTRA $1.00 Waltz Dream To3et Water. . 50c Hyglo Mani cure Sets, special. . . 50c Honey and AI- aond Cream, special. Mam Floor- .89c 39c 39c Clean Sweep Of BLOUSES Main Floor NO greater Clean Swtep valaes are offered than thee fa the Blouse Section ea the 3taa Hear. Here as always ose finds aB that is smart aad new in fasHeaahte blouses. BLOUSES AT $4.98 Bjoases at S4J6 are in the mest Morahle styles of Georgette Crese ad Crepe de Chiae ia flesh aad white aad ia high sport shades. There are beaded, embroidered and pkua tailored models tfiAO usoag them. Special... fjfc. JJQ BLOUSES AT $9.95 Handsome modefa of Georgette Crepe ia flesh, white and assorted shades, intruding navy brae aad Hack. There are any number of attractive styles from which to choose. $12J5B aad JliflO values. A Clean (Z f rtr Sweep Special at t.cD Blouse Section, Main Floor 1 3ftsia 1ST ANNUAL SALE, READY MADE DOMESTICS J HE READY-MADE DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT which opened hut one year ago. has grown to vn SffiT' T" T ,- dqwtaenu in the store. Here at aH times CriL I. X ' d-W hi taWe linen,, blankets, comforters, etc-priced much lower than elsewhere. Our First Annnal Sale of Ready-Made Domestics combg durinTciean Sweep Sale, win represent a big saving on every article in the department and wffl add ranch m mahng Saturday the GREATEST DAY OF OUR I SEMI-ANNUAL cS SWEEPLE. AW VKHisIy advertised goods for Clean Sweep Sale wfll continue on sale as kg as they last. Hole, S rooming house proprietors wffl profit largely by particiFaring in this sale. aKB5t- w Yff&P p EXTRA SPECIAL S3J9 SHEETS S198 High grade sheets finest quality ire 90x89 aad 90x103. $3.79 quality. EXTRA HO SPECIAL ?Z.yO EXTRA SPECIAL 49c TOWELS 39c Fine Uses finish Hade Towels Sx plain aad hemstitched bor ders. EXTRA. C)f SPECIAL , uaC EXTRA SPECIAL 39e BATH TOWELS 2Jc Good Turkish Bath Towels, soft qaafit aise 18x35. 29e grade, Saturday Crr EXTRA SPECIAL 20C EXTRA SPECIAL S1.00 BATH TOWELS 79c High grade Bath Towels of oft Turkish Terry Cloth, white with red or blue border or all white. EXTRA rjr SPECIAL CuC EXTRA SPECIAL 53 SPREADS S2J59 Good crochet white bedspreads several patterns sise'SOxSe for double beds. (jo nr EXTRA SPECIAL jQ.)U EXTRA SPECIAL WAPKDTS, DOZ. 51.49 Artil lery Maakjas for every day ase ia betels aad cafes jest ISO SPECIAL f 1.4c SHEETS Ex- .12.29 FULL line of irnrAK"R nnrf Trnr4Tr supplies at Gandara's. Adv. 52.49 MOHAWK wlfent quality 1280, Special at. 24 D0ZEJT B0HTEX SHEETS Fine soft muslin ew sn 12x90, Special at fLUo $2.49 BONTEX SHEETS doz. iPiird.qua:it3:'..f2,29 J2.S8 B0NTEX SHEETS 10 dot, hospital, rooming boose aad ho tel she 89x99 no fif) Cif dressing Special at...i?25.0y $2.93 DURABLE SHEETS Made of Dwhjht Anchor sheetiag Bx99 niee for TQ A Hotels. Special ?Z.Ut 59c PILLOW CASES 45x36 SenntDe Mohan make, AC Special at, each fltC These Big Values Will Appeal to Hotel Proprietors. Send Betty " Your Order CLEAN SWEEP OF White Low Shoes S1SU0O WHITE KID PUMPS AND TLBS Washable white kid, tamed soles, covered full Louh beeb. Clean tf fn Sweep Estra Special .t)0 $6X0 WHITE CANVAS PUMPS & OXFORDS Military aad covered Louis heels, Clean iZZ?. f3.98 $5.00 WHITE CANVAS PUMPS & OXFORDS Hih and low beels all sues, tat not every sise in each style. However, rrj.. fi.98 Economy Basement Mc PILLOW CASES 45x3 Genniae Wamsutta Percale eases, Hae quality, nr. sPcial -UcC 19e HUCK TOWELS 15x35 Soft cotton buck with -f CT red border. Special lVC 21c GOOD HUCK TOWELS 15x23 with red border. Kae grade birdseye buck. Special iZJC 25ev GOOD HUCK TOWELS 18x36 White with red borders Special at ZlC 2e DRESSER SCARFS-Of goad oft liaeae, crocaeted edge !8x3S afr" 25c 75c DRESSER SCARFS 49c Plain heaused or wide Chxay lace tr1. 49c 1 '"The Store Of Service" Phone Orders Filled Promptly Little Plaza Phone 4580 "The House of Courtesy"