Newspaper Page Text
EL PASO HERALD
Friday, July 16, 1920. GOX RECEIVES Iffl VOTERS Columbus C July 16. Gov James M. Cox. the Democratic presidential nominee today rtt a delegation from the Nat onai Woman's party, beaded by Miss Alice Paul, who urged him to use his Influence to have Tennessee ratify the federal suffrage amend ment In time to permit women to vote ' the November election. Go Cox will arr've in Washington Sa'nrday afternoon for his conference wi h president Wilson Plans were being developed today b. the Columbus chamber of com merce to entertain the Democratic rational committee which will meet here next Tuesday. mcng messages received today were two from E. H. Moore, the gov ernor s preconvention manager and Wilbur Marsh. Iowa, treasurer of the nat'o lal committee, commanding the co em or s decision not to reply to Delator Harding's statements. Fan i Bargains I Electric Fans Made by 1 Robbins & Myers I n-lnch three-speed.. .. S17.S3 9 9-lneh, oeII latin c 12LC3 9 IS-Ineh, three speed 9ZZLSO 9 IS-lneh, oscillating 931.7? 9 lo-ucflt uinc spcca fiu m v visniwiv -m 1 e i"L"""i a ". m i JLAKDWAKE V I Fire Points. Phone 1731. B f 1 ROOM FOR ALL SUITS HJLHDING SAY "DIAMOND DYES" Dor t streak or ruin your material in s joor dve. Insist on "Diamond Dyes." Jasy directions is package. "FREEZONE" Lift Off Corns f No Pain! 1 Doesn t Drop a Uttle Freesone on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly von lift it right oil with ringers. Tmlj' Tonr druggist sells a tiny bottle of Freezone for a lew cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal luses, without soreness or irritation. Adv. IMPORTED Pompeian Olive Oil makes a salad dressics fit for a king Marion, Ohio. July IS Perfect con fidence that the third party move ment will make no serious Inroads on Republican strength was ex pressed yesterday by senator Harding, Republican candidate for president. The candidate declared the Re publican platform was broad and pro gressive enonght to make a winning appeal to the farmer, the laborer and all others the news party Is seeking to bring asder its banners. He ex pressed gratification that Senator La Follette bad declined to be the can didate of the third party and added that he believed "few Republicans are interested in the third party movement-" Senator Harding's comment was made daring a pause in a hard days work on his speecch of acceptance which is to be delivered next Thurs day at the formal notification cere monies here. Although he attended to ursrent correspondence, virtually the whole day was given over to the speech. He expects to about complete It tomorrow. G. O. P. Platform Progressive "The Republican party" he said In discussing the third party movement, "stands before the country upon a platform which is sound and progres sive. It offers a platform to the vo ters for their Judgment, with confid ence that the expression of their judgment will result in victory In November. The Republican party this year re presents no one faction within a parts, no splint or particular group within our voting citizenship. Rather it calls upon all Americans who love America, who believe in sound pro gress and real development, to sup port it. "The laboring man who seeks a sonars deal from a political party will get it from the Republican party; the tarmer wno is tooKing lor jree dom from present irksome restric tions Is promised that freedom and full consideration or .the needs of agriculture In the event of Republican success, the small business man who is suffering from restricted credit, high Interest rates and Inequitable taxes may well look to the Republic an party to relieve him from the Irar dens placed upon him by a Democrat ic administration. 'Votiflcatlon Plans Completed "More than ever, the Republican nartv this rear stands for the Lin- colnlan 'government of the people, by the people and for the people" lor tne good of all the people. It is upon the development of that principle and the Interpretation of our platform that we shall make our campaign, ir respective of the plans or the nom inees or outer parties. Plans for the notification cerem onies are a.bout completed, although what Dart the women sniiragists wiu take remains undetermined. It was said today no effLrt would be mad6 to iniercere wttn suzirage picxeis u che women deccided to use them. On the moraine of notification cay Senator Harding will receive a com mittee of suffragists and will reiter ate to them that in his opinion the Republican party has been and Is the true friend of equal suffrage. In a statement Issued last night through Harding's headquarters here Mrs. C C Pavey of Columbus, head of the new women's club, declared the actual accomplishment of suf frage should be credited to the Re publican party. TTIIl Hear Au(i-5nff. Washington, D. C July IS. Sen ator Harding has notified the Ka tlonal Association opposed to women suffrage that he "will readily gtvft a hearing to those who are opposed to woman suzrrage." xne jtepuDiican nominee. In a letter written July to Mrs. Horace Brock, chairman of the Republican section of the associa tion, and made public last night by the organization, declared he "did not mean to be a candidate who is the partisan of any particular group In our American activities.- The senator added that he would give suggestions of the anti-suffrag-Ists "thoughtful consideration." In making public the letter. Miss Mary G. KUbreth, president of the association, charged that represent atives of the organization were dis criminated against at the Democratic national convention at san Francisco Senator Glass, chairman of the plat form committee, the statement charg ed, "actually compelled not only our delegation, to sit before his commit tee for nearly two days without be ing granted a hearing on state rights, although he allowed negroes. Hindus, Filipinos. Koreans. Porto Rleans and everybody else on earth who wanted a hearing to have one." TREATY RATIHCATION WITH AUSTRIA-HUNGARY EXCHANGED Paris, Prance, July 16. The ex change of ratifications of the treaty of St. Germain, which established peace between the allies and Austria took place this morning in the cloak room of the foreign office. Jules Cmbon presided over the ceremony. Afterward M. Hertsch, representing Czecho-Slovakla. signed the agree ments for the protection of minorities within the former territory of the Austro-Hungarian empire. Cor. Urea Ove and San Antonio St Mail and Phone Orders Promptly Pilled Prlvata B Tin eh Exchange 3300 Street Floor Specials For Clearaway Day ' VEILING. 25c A clearance of odds and ends of veilings offers some of tie season's smartest veils in black, brown, grey, navy, taupe and purple. These are imported styles in motifs of scrolls and plain mesh effects, priced at less than whole sale cost. This'is priced for the o final day clearance, per yard at3 C PARASOLS. $3.95 A value extraordi nary in sun shades. These parasols are fashioned of all-silk in solid effects, as well as ribboned bor der styles is a host of pleasing colors and color combinations. These are smartly made with attractive handles specially priced at tgcseykssizg. cSL llSN. $3.95 "SlPflFFIGS" CHILD'S LAXATIVE CANT- SWIM, IN TOO DEEP, PULMOTER BRINGS MAN TO Police Thursday night received a call from the new swimming pool in J northwest 1 Paso, for the pulmotor. kept xor emergency cases. uney found, on arrival that Max Benard. a jeweler, who cannot swim, had got beyond his depth In the pool and started to sink. Dr. G. B Calnan resuscitated Benard after he had been rescued from the pool by G. I PlckreU. Look at tongue! Remove poisocz from stomach, liver and towels Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name California oo the package, then you are sure your child is having the beat and most harmless laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and biwela. Children love Its delicious fruity taste. Full directions for child's dose on each bottle. Give it without fear Mother! Ton must eay "California." Adv "RENEW IT? WITH A HEWITT" SEC DAIRYMEN ARE KKVED FOR SELLING WATERED MILK Six Mexican dairymen operating in El Paso, were fined various amounts ranging from $10 to JIM by police Judge Charles Pollock Thursday, charged with selling watered milk. Some of the men testified that the water got into the milk from ice with which they kept it cool. Following are the dairymen fined the amounts' P. Reza. 5100. A. Flo res. 435; Francisco Pa Jos. $10; I. M. OU- as. $10; A. Maclas, $Z5, Jesus Reyes. $104. S. Estrada sent an employe to re present him but judge Pollock re fused to consider his case and ordered htm to be brought into court. GILLETTE RAZORS. $3.75 Genuine Gillette Safety Razors are offered for this selling. Triple silver plated holders with twelve tested blades and a small mirror, fitted into a compact Test-pocket sue case, are a week-end special of more than ordinary inter est. These are priced i f T at each S0. D CORN HOLDERS. PAIR I5c Practical corn holders which eliminate the an noyances incident to eating corn from the cob, are offered in correct size In a pattern, which will harmonize with any silver service These are heavily silver plated an unequalled value, at s (j per pair lJ C Sterling silver corn holders are to be had in a variety of styles and ' ST patterns, per pair J J C POUND PAPER. 50c POUND A desirable quality of pound paper that is ideal for every day correspondence is shown in a full range of delicate tints, as well as white. This comes conveniently packed in a box an exclusive Popular &fir feature, per pound 5C Envelopes to match, 2 packages for 25c Saturday Specials In Toilet Articles Lena & Fink Talcum, Saturday Special 19c Wniovr Theatrical Cream, Special 69c Non-Spi, Saturday Special 39c Phyiicianj and Surgeons Soap, 3 for. .25c Tomorrow is the final day of our July Clearance Sale in other Words it is Clearaway Day. "TT HERE is no need for us to tell you what wonderful savings the July Gearance Sale has offered this year. We believe everybody is fully aware of it. What we do want to tell you is that we have concentrated our efforts for the final day of the sale, and if you appreciate values in seasonable merchandise, be sure to attend. Surprising Values In Summer Ready-io-Wear Features on the Fifth Floor for Clearaway Day T is a strange condition of affairs, but, for the final day of our July Clearance Sale, you can find almost as at tractive items as were offered the first day. Of course, this refers to variety, rather than quantity of garments offered. This comes about because of the many desirable purchases our New York office has recently bees able to vfrp. The following are the outstanding features of the final day: New Arrivals in Crisp Organdie Dresses J$J B have just received and offer for the first time Satur- day some of the most beautiful organdie dresses we nave seen this season. These come is various simple, yet ele gant models in the colors of white, blue, pink, orchid, rose, navy and brown. You will readily recognize these as being J26 values or more. They are featured for fl r ls the final day of the July Clearance at JplA,?5 COKTnrUED: Yon will also find a wonderful range of choice is another lot of organdie dresses which is also, for the most part, new arrivals at the moderate price of S1&50. The Blouse Shop Blouse News Extraordinary for Saturday's Selling Keeping everlastingly at it, searching the markets up and down, is how we secure such blouse rallies which mean? savings to you. We have had a remarkable business is the Blouse Shop, so for the final day we offer in addition to the previously advertised specials the three fol lowing: til J $ yK3 If o x IV DAINTY VOILE BLOUSES AT $3.95 These voile blouses are made of the sheerest of voile, .trimmed with dainty laces and tiny tucking, and pretty little buttons. They come is both long and short sleeve models, in the very newest styles. All sizes are to be found, in values to S0, and you. are indeed fortunate is being offered Mouses gg o Q at this quahty at jpOiVJ GEORGET AND CREPE DE CHINE BLOUSES AT $3.95 These georget and crepe de chine blouses corns is solid colors and in beautiful color combina tions. You will find artistically beaded and embroidered styles, and there are a splendid sowing of plain tailored models. TJiese are blouses which sell regularly at prices up to 57.00 they are O f ipeeialat tJJO. fO $4.50 AND $5.00 SMOCKS AT $3.50 A most interesting item for Saturday is smocks. These come is Ksese, gaUtea and crepes. They are variously embroidered, and there is a full range of summer from. These are $150 and $5.00 smocks, offered as a Saturday special at Buy SKirts Now For the final day of the. Gearance Sale, there is a wonderful variety of choice in skirt selections: TWO SPECIALS IN SPORT SKIRTS Beautiful sport skirts in all the lovely sport skirtings of the present season are offered in two lots. In lot No. 2 are a limited number of beautiful barooette satin skirts. All the lovely colorings are here at the following prices: Lot No. 1 at $12.95 Lot Ho. 2 at $14.95 WASH SKIRTS AT $4.95 Wash skirts of linen, voile and gabardine are in this selling. Most of them are white, but there are a limited number of colored skirts in the lot. These were skirts which sold regu- colonngs to select 3.50 5th Floor. Millinery Clearaway been T Til9Shs p4 PaWIIMI QnAml j40 . ww . V' """" - hriy at $895, $11 aBd up to $17.50. They summer model Ostara Rouge, Special at 39c are a feature for tfce final day gj A Cljk combinatii J, & J. Shaving Cream, Special at 26c rf Oearanee Sale at J.V and znaline. Tl 100 high priced pattern hats have radically cut for final clearance. ONE LOT AT $5 THE OTHER AT $10 This is a rare opportunity to get an expensive hat at a moderate price. LOT No. 1 offers pattern hats in mid-summer styles from the most representative milliners of America. Both large and small shapes are included and you g ". have choice, at JplLF LOT No. 2 comprises mid-summer garden hats and large and small shapes in mid summer models, of georget, taffeta, Batavia ions of organdie There are priced 9 TO 1 SPECIALS 39c 17c 39c Pcpsodent tooth paste. Clear away Day, 9 to 1 Woodbury's soap. Clearaway Day, 9 to 1 Mulsified cocoanut oil shampoo, 9 to I - In The Silk Section Saturday w31 offer the best values you have ever secured in silks. There will be a big clean-up of odd lots and broken lines. We suggest early shopping if you wish to have the best choice. MTXISTBrUAI, ALLIANCE TO MEET. The Kl Paso Ministerial alliance will hold a special called meeting" at 11 octodc Saturday morning. The meeting has been called by the presi dent. Bev George W McCall, pastor of the Central Baptist chnrch. to dis cuss the problem of. the gambling In Juarez. Sell Oil Stock to Curtlma Jt Co. Adv Kfew Location 211 TEXAS STREET E.W. King &, Co. Jeweler, Wstcluaakera Optician Formerly CURTIS & KING Saturday Special in ihe Shop o Satets Walnut Nuggets Pound 59c FOR this week-end special. we of fer as our special walnut nuggets. This is a delicious confection walnut meats in cream. Take a box home with you. Special &G per pound 3 7 C Oar candies are ihe very best and alaays fresh Street Floor SPORT SILKS Sport skirting silts la regu lar $5 value trill be In this selling for the final day, at per yard $138. CHIFFON TAFFETA Chiffon taffeta, in splendid color assortment is special for the final day in regular $8.50 quality at itSS. SPORT SKIRTINGS Sport skirtings in all the beautiful rough weaves, in values $8 and $10, are special for the final day at, per yard $2.95. GEORGET CREPE Georget crepe in fully 100 shades is offered in regular $3.50 value, special for final day of Clearance Sale, $1.93. PUSSY WILLOW Beautiful $7 pussy willow taffeta is offered in novel effects, special for the final day at, per yard $3.95. FTT.K SHIRTING AT HALF PRICE VTe of fer over two hundred pieces of heavy crepe. La Jerze, radium and broadcloth sQk shirtings in qualities whieh sold for $4.50 and $5.69, special for Saturday at $2.19. WASH SATIN Wash satin in the underwear shades is offered in regular $3 quality, special for clearance at $1.59. ODDS AND ENDS AT HALF PRICE A table of odds and ends of the season's best fabrics will be offered for Saturday's selling. Every yard on this table will be marked at exactly half its original pnee. This is an opportunity you cannot afford to miss. 3d Floor Silk Section. Women's Footwear Ample choice of styles in a good range of sizes in the three following lots: LOT NO. 1 In this group you will find taupe suede with French strap slippers; grey suede buckle pumps; white buck and white kid in step ties; brown kid pumps; brown kid one eyelet ties and patent leather one-eyelet ties. None of these sold in a regular way for less than $12, and many of them up to $1050. rbev are an extra special for q j-v m the final day at Q, y JSfi NO. 2 Women's white canvas pumps and oxfords with Louis heels are in this lot. These are made of a very high grade linen doth. These are specially priced for the final day of the Clearance Sale gr m - & at, per pair P495 LOT NO. 3 These are Blomenthal's white washable kid one-eyelet ties. They come in sizes 4 to 8, and in widths AAA to D. These are specially priced for the final day of the s&Splr $6.00 2d Floor. Btewp&HwSbip SUMMER UNION SUITS, 75c Summer union suits in low neck, short sleete. loose and tight knee models in either open or dosed styles are offered in white and pink in all sizes, special for Saturday at 75c BRASSIERES AND COOTTNERS. Brassieres and bust confmers of coutil and batiste with front or back fastenings, come m white and flesh in all sues in four different prices 50c, 75s, 85c and $1.00. WOMEN'S SILK HOSE, 95c. Women's silk hose in plain and drop stitch effects are shown m plain colors and two tone novelty lace styles These are shown in a full range of sues in all colors,' special at 95c, CHILDREN'S HOSE, 35c Children's hose of soft finished lisle with extra long leg, come in black, white and brown in all sizes. These slightly imperfect, but splendid value at 35c SILK PETTICOATS, $4J5 Silk petticoats, made of good grade taffeta, others with silk jersey tops and pleated taf feta ruffles, are offered in plain and change able colors, specially priced at $4.95. CAMISOLES, 79c Camisoles of good grade of wash silk with lace and insertion trimmings are offered in flesh only in all sizes at 79c SUMMER DREb&ING SACKS Summer dressing sacks are offered in plain, figured and flowered lawn, also percale. These hare large sailor collars trimmed with lace and embroidery A full range of sizes includes 49 and 43. These are priced from $1.39 to $3.95. WHITE WASH SKIRTS, $195 White wash skirts of gabardine, pique and a few organdies, in beautiful styles, are of fered in models with pockets and large or small pearl button trimming. These are beau tifully made and specially priced at $3.95. TWO LOTS OF BLOUSES. Blouses of georget and crepe de chine are of fered in two lota. There are beautifully beaded and embroidered models, some short and some long sleeves. There are all the lovely pastel shades to be found, as well as white These are offered m two prices $495 and $24)5. TOILET GOODS Luxor rouge, Saturday special at 50c Luxor toilet water, special at $1.00 Sylvan toilet water, special at 75c Luxor powder, two sues . 50c and 75c Glycerine soap, 4 bars for ... 25c Certified soap, 18c, 4 bars for 70c Certified cream, Saturday special at 50c Clearaway Specials In $22.50 THE past few days have been days of great activity ia The Girls" Own Shop. For Clearaway Day even greater values at greater savings have been arranged new. fresh mexchandke has been added to the stocks, and all will be sold at July Clearance Sale prices. DRESSES TWO LOTS Dresses for girls of 8 to 17, are shown in taffeta, georget, chiffon, net and Tepe de chine in a splendid variety of olors including pink, light blue, copes, .-oral, rose, aprfcot, honey, navy, maize ind white. There are styles suitable for street, afternoon or party wear Fhey are lovely things and will not hut long, priced at $13.50 and GINGHAM DRESSES n splendid assortment of dimes m long and short sleeve models in plaids, rherirt and solid color ginghams and dam breys in all wasted shades. Many of these dreeses are suitable for the small woman. Included are odds and ends from various regular lines ra valoes up 5.?- $8.95 MIDDY BLOUSES These are middies for gtrb of from 10 to 16 years, and most of them are the Jade Tar make. Ten will find all white; white with colored collars and cuffs; also Copenhagen bine with trim ming of white braid. These are values to $3-50 a special item for the final daOearase, 2.35 BLOOMER DRESSES FOR TINY TOTS Bloomer dresses of splendid quality chambrey are shown is solid colors, with white collars and cuffs, with featherstrteaiBg. The cotes are stale, blue, rose, lavender, brows, green and tan, is sizes S to 'ft yean. There are a few "Patsy Froks" m the .ascortraeat. These are regular $4J0 gQ r at !? SJ values, extra special HATS THREE LOTS A feature for the final day of the July Cfeoraaee Sale win be three tables piled high with hate fancy braid hats, rib bos and flower trimmed straw hats, phis and fancy hats of chiffons, manses, organdies and the ever popular leghorns and tailored models is white and colors. We are offering them for Saturday's setnsg At $135. $2.45 and $4.45 All prenossly advertised items will re main os sale through Oearaway Satur- COLORED SILK COATS There are bat a few of these beautiful little entered safe easts of taJfeta, silk poplin, erase de drise and satis. They are shows is navy, coses, light blue, pink and rose. Far the hut day of the Clearance Sale these are special AT HALF PRICE 4th Floor. In Underwear Section ' )R Geaiaway Day of the July Clearance Sale, the Ifederwear section offers two attractive specials m sale underwear: -sr NO. 1 Crepe de ehme gowns and teddies in both lace trimmed asd tail ored styles are offered. Included are also satis bloomers is tailored styles. These are special for g O C the final day at iOiVj LOT NO. 2 Wash satis asd crepe de chine teddies is tailored and lace trimmed styles, with ribbon straps, are as attractive special is flesh color only. The price for dearaway g A Q" The Greater Popular Boys' Store One Thousand Boys5 In ages 2 12 to 8, greatly underpriced, in the three following lots: 1,000 boys wash suits taken from our regular stocks .are in this selling. You will find middy suks with long or short trousers, Oliver Twist. Russian. Eton, Norfolk and other belted models m plain colors and color combinations. The assortment as a whole offers sizes 2Yz 8 years. These are specially priced for the final day at 2.95 e TpjT f3rSa SB . There are odds and ends in boys wash suits in plain and fjj i -v r combination colors m values to 56, specially priced at 4?-l Zs BOYS' STRAW HATS REDUCED Our entire stock of boys' straw hats in white Milan asd ether fine qualities are ihewn is all sizes. These are all put into one big tot values op to $18 special for the final day of the July Clearance n A g an Sale, at .J? at K. & E. SPORT BLOUSES. $1.35 We have just received a new lot of sport blouses in plain white madras asd light striped percales, in lew seek, short sleeve raodds, is saws 7 to It These eaters are guaranteed to wash. .These are special , - aJQ' A -JJf Washable cotton knickers in aH sizes, specially priced at Khaki knickers, all sizes, $2.50 values, special at Play-alls the practical every day play suit, special at Small boys overalls, sizes 3 to 5. heavy blue denim, at Blue serge caps, all sizes. $1.25 values, special Boys cross bar rauilin union suits, sizes 4 to 12, special K. & E. white madras reapers, sizes 2 to 7. special at la ftf neous 'rpriced MS $1.75 fpl $LOO WBk 75c timk 59c flL Specials In Boys' Suits XTRAGOOD. STEINWAY AND SAMPECK CLOTHES FOR BOYS Such popular asd well known boys clothes as Stra good, Stemway and Sampedc are offered is this wonder fulful sale. There a wide assortment of models is light asd heavyweight fabrics. These are shown in sizes 8 to 18, asd are priced at lees than wholesale value at $10.75, $14.75 asd $13.75. Palm BeacK Suits $9.75 A remarkable opportunity is offered you to purchase a summer suit for warm weather wear. These Palm Beach suits come is all the sew summer shades m sizes 7 to 18 you hae choice at the greatly reduced price of $9.75.