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During his first swim, Gerald Iur
harr S year old son of Mr. and Mrs.
7 C Durham. S50S Haeco street.
urowned late Tuesday afternoon in
ihe Sunset Heights swimming pooL
With the pool filled with Iiathers,
many of them close to the boy, only
as woman saw him go under the
water and she believed the boy to be
playing The police did not obtain
this woman's name.
The boy's grandfather. E. A. Duke.
of trawn, was near nun at too urns,
Teaching two younger children,
Dorothy 12. and Don-is, 4 to swira.
rhe grandfather had left the boy in
-hallow water.
The police pnlmotor was mshed to
the pool bat proved useless. The
mother left the place with the body
of her dead child in her arms.
J. C Durham, the boy's father, was
in Pueblo. He is the local repre
sentative of the Colorado Fuel and
Iron company. He is expected to
rcarh hera tt Thursday.
Funeral arrangements are pending
ihe fathers arrival.
I A Line 0 Cheer
1 Each Day 0' The Year
I WORRY not If so soma other man
My Equal Is
Bat if he's what he should ba 'Us
my plan
To do all things that properly I can
That ITl be his.
Th' Equality that holds my Interest
Is that that makes m Kauai to the
I care not how "superior" yoa he
If you are not superior to ne.
Copyright. 1S20, by the McClnre
ewspaper Syndicate.
j 14 Years Ago Today
From The Herald of Tlds Date. 1S08.
THE headquarters staff and band of
the 25th Infantry reached here to
day from Fort Niobrara, Neb., to
take station at Fort Bliss.
Tonight at the St. Regis the mem
bers of the Washington Part Stock
ompany are to temler a banquet to
Maj J M. T Portello, commanding of
i icer at Fort Bliss.
Over fifty 1 Pasoans left this af
ternoon on the limited for Cloudcroft.
Work has been started on the grad
ing for the double track for the
Sara Fe from El Paso to the smelter.
The annual ball of "The Brother
hood of the Empty Skull" was held
as evening in the Woman s club
W. H. Fryer returned from Denver
-i esterday. where no nas oeen atteno
in? the Elk's convention.
S C. Awbrey, of the firm of Awbrey
Semple Is spending a month In. ban
News Brevities
( Aflvertis eznents.)
Train Bulletin.
ATI afternoon and night trains were
reported on time wettoeaaajr.
E. P. A S. "W. To Bnfld TooBions.
V brick and concrete tool house
vesting $14,000 Is to be erected on
company property by the K. P. & S.
tv, work to be started Immediately.
Permit for the structure was issued
Tuesday afternoon.
Avoid trouble Leave oarr&ira checks
at LongwelTs. or telephone No. 1
Dr. Asna Renm, Buckler BMg. Ph. IT
Two Ant os Damaged.
Tbomas Fignerro, charged with
reckless driving, was fined $1S Tues
day afternoon by police Jedge Charles
Pollock. Pignerro is alleged to have
driven his automobile into .oa which
-as parked at the curb on Alameda
street, damaging It.
H. H. Headrtcx. Aedttor. Tax Afl
nsor. 230 First National Bank Bldg.
Man. Waated In Texas. Dead
in nxs erforxs to locate Jose Brnzas
Perez In Mexico, at the request of
Peres wife in San Antonio, Tex, vice
consul Oscar Harper, in charge of the
J n ares consulate, learned Tuesday of
the supposed death of Feres at Chi
huahua City. "Vice consul Harper will
vrire the Information received to Mrs.
erez in San Antonio.
Dr. Aner. Phys. & Surgeon. (Spec
Disease of Women) Over State Nat.
Bank. Ph. 4642; nights, 5149.
NOTICE op Moxmox
In the United States District Court
In and for the Western District of
Texas, El Paso Division.
The United States vs. One Kissel
Kar and Automobile Accessories; No.
695 Law.
WHCREAS upon reading the infor
mation filed in the above styled and
numbered cause by Hugh R. Rob
ertson United States Attorney for the
"Western District of Texas, on be
half of the United States of America
a grain st "One Kissel Kar Automobile
Model 45, Car No. 6X6, Motor No. 5,
bearing California License No. 223.638;
onn extra tire and wheel; one set of
Nrtams, one crank; one chizel; two
'ire tools; one jack; one pomp; thir
teen wrenches, and two spark plugs.'
paid information praying for the seiz
ure and condemnation of the above
mentioned property for the reasons
and causes set forth in said informa
ion. It has been ordered by the court
that this cause be set for hearing at
the United States Court Room at El
Paso. Texas on the first Monday In
October A- D, 1920, if that be a day
f f jurisdiction, and if not then on the
firt day- of Jurisdiction thereafter.
and further ordered that the Marshal
r- the District give fourteen days
notice of the seizure of said property
soDRht to be condemned; and
WHEREAS an Attachment and
Monition was duly issued out of the
District Court of the United States
fi- the Western District of Texas, El
Piso Division, July 2L 1920. In the
aSove numbered and entitled cause
directed to the Marshal for the West
ern District of Texas, to attach the
above goods and merchandise, and in
obedience to said Attachment and
Monition the aforesaid goods, wares,
?n merchandise were attached by
'-aM Marshal in the Custody of the
al!eetr of Customs for the District
r KI Paso on the 21th day of July
now THEREFORE Notice Is here
- given to all persons claiming the
m operty of the seizure thereof and
t-.at the cause has been set for hear
in? on the date and at the place set
forth above; and all persons claiming
-aid property or having anything tosr
sav wiy toe court should not con
demn, forfeit, proceed, and pronounce
igalnt the same are hereby cited to
be and appear before the said Court
at the United States Court Room at
r! Paso Texas, on the date set forth
above, then and there to Interpose
,vieir claims to same and mcke their
ii legations in that behalf.
r H Rogers United States Mar-r-a!
Western District of Texas, by
4 H Woebler, Deputy.
T Tted J'Jlv 28th, 1920.
-- i at Gandara's, Adv
All Charge Pmrcha
Girls' Dept.
Third Floor
$12.50, fl5.00Tub
Frocks I 7.98
Money saving values in fine imported
voile, Swiss and organdie frocks in
all the daintj pastel tints delight
folly styled. Models suitable for the
Junior Hiss of 12 to 17 and for sis
ter from 2 to 14 years. $12.50, $15.00
frocks, Month-End OTJ QO
Frocks $ G.J98
Tailored styles in Devonshire Cloth,
Peter Pan Cloth, Chambray, French
Gingham, Chambpy and Palmer
linen solid colors, stripes and plaids
and all white. Suitable for summer
and early school wear; 8 to 17 years.
S 16.98
Children's Low
Shoes Reduced
tlZO shoes, JUS
$2.00 shoes, $1.63
2JS0 shoes, S2.1S
J3JW shoes, iZJSS
SSJ50 shoes, iZSS
$4.00 shoes, S3J5S
HJ,0 shoes, $343
$5.00 shoes, '$U28
5iJ0 shoes, $123
$8.00 shoes, $U3
S&JS0 shoes, S5J!S
$7.00 shoes, S5.93
tlSS Soft Sole Baby Shoes, 88e
3d Floor.
Main Floor
Regrouping and repricing trill give
yoa added valne av' a really re
duced price duzins the Month-End
Sale on White Low-Footwear. All
sizes for women and misses. The
Anal clean-op of the season on these
splendid quality shoes. It will pay
yon to get several pairs as white
footwear Is dainty throughout the
Fall season when worn with light
.colored Xrocts and for party wear.
Pumps, Oxfords,
There are tine white, washable kid
shoes, white buck, linen and canvas
modes. They come In a number of
styles Pumps, Oxfords, Instep Ties
and Sport Oxfords. With French
heel, Cuban. Military or Baby French
sg.00 values. Month-End S3JS
tie, JlSS values. Month-End KU3
1U.SO, 115 values. Month-End J9.83
Reductions On
Dark Kid Shoes
This reduction applies to Black
Satin, Black Kid, Dark Brown Kid,
Blaek Suede, Grey Suede and Brown
Satin low footwear. There are
Pumps. Instep Ties, Oxfords in
practically all sizes and widths aH
regnlar stock do Job lots.
J 7.S values. Month-End S SJiS
S S.ee values.
JlS.se values.
111M values.
Month-End S 6.78
JJonui-lina....s 7.4S
. &8
.8 DJS
tlZ.se values.
ilS.ee values.
-Main Floor
Betty, The Shopper
Write Betty, the Shopper, in-regard to anything which
interests you in this adr she is prepared to make selec
tions and ship goods immediately.
;es Entered On August
ID-SEASON merchandise takes another droD in Dike for the Month-End Sale, which
kbegins Thursday morning at 8:30 and continues through Saturday. Well selected.
distinctive goods some of which has been in the house but a day marked down to meet
the need of Mid-Season purchasers and those returning from their vacations, who want
to brighten up their Summer wardrobes for the remaining days of Summer. We know
these are the best values available in America today. We want you to know it, too. Buy
by comparison. Month-End Sale items cannot be duplicated.
!nd Floor Apparel Tlie
40 Fine Dresses
175 To 1100
The final proof of a satisfactory purchase is
in the service of the garment. You'll never
be disappointed in a dress selected from this
assortment. Just 40 splendid dresses of fash
ionable mode Georgette Crepe, Taffeta, Tri
colette, Crepe de Chine, Floral Georgette Crepe
suitable for street, afternoon aad dinner
wear. Aavy, black and colors. 975 to
dresses. Month-End
Sale at t..
Remaining Skirts
$ 20, ISSValiies
&as s
Ready made Silk Sport Skirts for less than
the cost of the materials alone, to say noth
ing of tailoring, buttons, etc. &efa approved
fabrics as Moonglo Satin, Fan-ta-si, Kmssl
Knnisa, Baronette, Crepe de Chine and Posey
'Willow Taffeta. White and colors. Pkin
tailored and pleated models. C-f I
Month-End Sals ?1U
Genuine Economy Represented Here
Every Item Will Interest You
Camisoles, $1.00
SO 'dozen silk Camisoles, -gnUSj
irunmea in aunty wane or ecru lace
pink only, $1.5Q grade,
Month-End ,
Of Tricolette, $2.98
Blonses of Tricolette they are val
uesdrop stitch and plain raeeh qaai
ity plain colors aad plaid effects.
All sizes and colors, CO fiO
$M3 values VZl.UU
Silk Dresses, $19.98
Handsome Georgette Dresses in all
colors and blaek. Elaborated with
bead trimmings. A good image of
3S9.9S values Pl9.98
Silk Dresses
All new Georgette Crepe Dresses in pastel
tints, - beautifully trimmed in bead
designs. There are styles and sizes to
please and to fit aH. These are $45.00
dresses. Month-End Sale
Stt gl flPWil tHT fil l SBM
Eli 1 Inn Nf'sfilRff x. N!Ssif-J'"",
Wifiin ill
Wool Suits
' f.
Trig and smart tailored models of Wool Tri
eotme, Poplin and Serge in sizes for women
aad misses sSk lined and we3 tafiered. In
navy, Uaek and a few colors. While these are
Samnwr models, they are conservative aad
will give satisfaction to the wearer tfcraogfeani
the Fall season. ff)7 ACT
Month-'End Sale ?j&t.i0
Appanl Salon, 2nd Floor
Sale Ail Day Thnrs,, Fri. And Sat
Smocks at $1.98
Fine Huen aad ratme doth smocks,
eBSbrosdered in floral effects whte
range of choice,
$188 value
f 1.08
Blouses at 98c
lawa. Voile and Organdie Blesses
white and colors well made and fin
ished. Good selection, nn
31X9 valaes, Month-End SaleecOC
Silk Skirts, $2.98
Here is a fine chance to pick from
160 silk poplin skirts all colors.
Month-Ead'sale P2.98
White Kid Pumps, Ties,
An extra special -alue of the Month-End Sale is choke" of fine
white Kid Pumps and Ties, with covered Louis heels and dark
brown kid Colonial Pumps, with turned soles and covered Louis
heels. Wonderful Month-End values, at
'The Store
Climax In Value
25Wasli Dresses
110 To M5
As there are only about 25
dresses of Voiles and Organdie ia ties lot,
early selection is advisable. Made in very at
tractive styles, featuring the very daintiest of
lace trimmings, flirtings, mffHngs and cos
trastisg eotor collar and caffs and sashes. Both
light and dark shades. Originally worth from
$16 to $15J)0.
Month-End Sale
Organ'e Dresses
120, 180 Values
Becoming styles in fine sheer Organdie and
Voile so adored for their cool qaaHties and
because oae always appears cool & a dainty
froek of this character. Plain ceiers aad scroll
aad floral patterns. AH sizes. This is the
best value ia a tab frock that ?"if
yoa will find. Month-End Sale e.. ?1U
Blouses, $1.98
Of Jap SHc, Georgfee and Georgette
Crepe, pretty styles, all M An
colora, 9a3 vataes -fl.tO
Tub Skirts, $1.00
Tab skirts ia cotton gabardine an
esseptsaaal vaine plaids, stripes and
deeks-4Uo grade,
Xath-BBd Sale ...
TJndermuslins, $1.98
Oar beat lose of good grade muslin
gowns, petticoats, teddy bears aad
chemise white and pink, f "JO
?) grade V 1.VO
ScoBomy Basement.
of Service'
ginning Thur
tsPayable On
Repricing Of
All Blouses
Main Floor
Ts sale of Mosses In the early part of th. week broke tnt
oar Uses to seen an extent that It was necessary to take a.
Harried Inventory and regroup all broken tots and again raise
tfcMa. Tals wffl add Interest to value In tomorrow's s.Iltnr
Badsetloss effect Trtcolette Blouses. SOk Blouses. Imported
BtoBses, Lingerie. Blouses In tact all remaining Mouses.
18.50,15.00 Tub Blouses $2.22
Dainty styles la sljeer voile and laws Mosses
tacked and lace trimmed snort or Ions sleeves
excellent JJ.S9 and J 5.00 values.
Month-Bod Sale
15, f 7.150 Silk Blouses, 13.33
This line of blonses actually cost more than the price at which
they are offered wonderful values in Georgette fifl QQ
Crepe and Crepe de Chine fancy ana tailored VlJ.IJlJ
Ideas lone or short sleeves. Month-End Sale w w
16.75, 110 Silk Blouses, 14.44
These blouses, too, cost more than the advertised price. Ton
never saw mora attractive styles Georgette Z A A A
Crepe beaded styles and Crepe de Chins models. a IX U lb
JS.7S to jie.ee blouses
18.50, f 12.50 SilkBlouses, 15.55
Georsette Crepe aad Crepe de Chine Blouses that yoa wouldn't
hesitate to pay a sood deal more tor In fact. gr CZC
these blonses eost ns a good deal more thai price 6 D Tltl
offered now. fSJM and JllSe blouses, ilon .-End... T ,-'fcu
112.50, 18 Fine Blouses, 8.88
There are Trleolette Over
as elaborately beaded
aad tailored crepe de
white, high colors and
to USjH values
All Mcher
Month-End Sale
In The Basement
Ton will find these hats to represent
really sood models as they were.
removed from our Hllllnery Saloa
on the Main Floor to the Beonomy
Basement for a final clean-up. In
repricing these hats, cost prices and
previous values have been ignored.
Ton simply must see the hats to
realize the wonderful Month-End
Mid-Season values they represent.
Bankok Sailors, $4.98
Eeally Hand-Made Nifty
Bankok Sailors
Two Season Hats, $5.98
Transparent bats with velvet
crowns, which do nicely tor both
Late Summer and Early Fall wear.
Very attractive fp ai
B'Sfpecla?:. 0.98
Sport Hats, $2.98
Tailored and sport hats of patent
leather combined with straw
feather turbans with straws yarn
trimmed hemp hats fn nn
sport colors. Month- 2V MM
Kad Sale td'U,SJ
Fisk Sailors, 98c
The style hat that will be as sood
asxf Summer as it la tfcta bin-
brown and black Flak sailors have
aana trimming ana are
lined. Month-Bud
Organdie Hats, 25c
Ton can Imagine what a hat of sheer
orgaaole woald eost early ia the
season. These are sood models.
oaaa trmuaea ana are lined.
Month-Knd sale, at last
'A Quarter"
Beonomy Basement
Visit The Beauty Shop
A visit to the Beauty Parlor, after a day's shoppfeg. wsM
lefresh and rest you phone for appointment. Expert
September 1
egroupmg nna
BSosss in this assortmeat as 'well
t as well
tt Crepe
asd bralaed styles In Georgette Crepe
cause Messes, jrieaa.
sslt fthades. 1.M
priced blouse reduced
Main Floor ,
Lingerie Shop
Main Floor
18.50 GoWfi89
Pretty attractive models in Crepe de
Chine Flesh Pink Night Gowns for
women and misses low neck styles
sleeveless or with short sleeves
daintily made and trimmed In fine
laces and ribbons. 41 r " O
Month-End ?D.yO
5 Teddies 13.79
Novelty styles in Crepe de China
Teddy Bears for women and misses.
tailored and dainty lace trimmed
styles all flesh color. CO f7f
St.ee values. Month- 2A Jl
Bad Sale TV.tfc
16,50 Bathing
Suits 14.98
Up to SCJM bathins salts in sood
colors aad one-piece styles, some
contrasting color g? A f n
f?.on; ?4.0
Sale of Women's
Turn down cuff ideas In fibre aUk.
silk lisle aad all silk. Plain color
aad two-toae effects. Jast the thins
for wear wlth tailored salt, house
wear, wfern bathins salt cool, prac
tical aad comfortable.
SLM Sox. Month-Bad Sale 3l3
tz.ee Sox. Month-Bod Sale....sUo
SIM Sox. Month-Bad Sale SLS9
$3 Novelty SiLk
Hose $2.49
Novelty lace stripe Suk Hose la
blaek, white and assorted brown
shades Gordon brand sood lisle
tea, Bteis. sow ana see
xeeuent weaxins
gee vanes
Main Floor

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