EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, July 28, 1920. 3
EXPOHTEHS 1M U. S. JL SU1HBEB
WHILE FOREIGNERS GET TRADE
ITTHILE the exporters of the United
VY States apparently si amber and
while our goYernnient remain e
indifferent to the export needs of
these business men, thus in a measure
justifying1 their somnolence, Euro
pean nations are reestablishing their
trade relations witn Mexico on a pre
Almost daily the chamber of com-me'-cc
receives appeals from Mexican
bus'neso houses and American con
suls asking it to do what it can to
-emoe the obstacles which so lone
'-ait prevented the tall and complete
business relations between the two
Vmencan republics to which the lo
cation of both and the logic of con
ditions so justly entitle them.
Spanish Language Essential.
In the first Ipace the majority of
American exporters simply will not,
so the Mexicans complain, do business
with the people of Mexico in their
o-RD language. This is not true of
most of the exporters on the border.
But it is trne of the northern and
eastern exporters, particularly those
who do a casual business in Mexico
and do not go to the trouble of em
ploying men who understand Spanish
in an effort to get more business.
It is not merely a courtesy to which
the customer is entitled to talk to
him In his language, bat a business
essential. The Mexican customer is
lender no obligations to buy from the
American exporter. When he does it
is a favor to the American. To get
that business the American not only
should, but must, talk Spanish If he
would compete with French and Ger
man merchants who are coming into
Mexico again and beginning to get
Lack of Credit System.
The Mexicans have another and
equally just complaint against the
American exporter. That is in regard
to credit methods. Letters to the
chamber of commerce say that Amer
ican exporters almost invariably de-
We're Looking 'Em
As we are practically assured
of the nomination (especially
since we've become an editor).
we have spent considerable
thought on the selection of our
"We have kept our eye on J
A. D. As & cotton chopper he's
a bird and as Secretary of La
bor he looks like a first rate bet.
For Secretary of the Navy
we've about decided on (no well
not mention his name). Any
way, he spent a week at Long
Beach once and knows all about
Our choice for Secretary oi
State is well posted on Inter
national delations. In fact, he
makes daily trips across the line
and comes back full of enthusi
asm. Indeed, he's for a free
bridge (lots of 'em) and no
passports. There is no doubt
he'll be a very popular Cabinet
The remainder of our Cabi
net will be announced at a later
Aunt Julia Said It
Ton can't fool Aunt Jnlia. She
says salesmanship consists of
"knowledge, tact, courtesy and
cordiality." Thai's what you
find in our three convenient
A whole week has passed and
Washington hasn't had an in
vestigation. Looks as though
it's time to investigate the in
vestigators. An Aid to Better
Come In and let us show yom
the advantage of the Star Elec
tric Massage Vibrator. It only
ensts $5. A demonstration win
prove to you that it is well
worth the money.
She Wants to Know
As the clerks In the recent
election were mostly women,
one fair teller wants to know
where they get that "the men
who counted the votes" stuff.
Meet Your Friends at Oar
Scott Wliite Drug Co.
314 San Francisco St.
Making Housework Easy
In these days when help is- so hard to get, the
housewife welcomes mechanical aids to cut down
Our stock of electrical labor saving appliances includes devices that
reduce labor tothe rominwim.
Our stock of Universal Electrical
Appliances includes Laundry Irons,
Curling Irons, Stoves, Grilfe,
Toasters, Percolators, Heating
Pads, Milk Warmers, etc. Every
one is folly guaranteed as to
workmanship and materials.
We also carry the weD known
American Beauty Irons.
Electric Fans 15 Off
Bobbins Myers Electric Fans give a generous breeze on a low cur
rent consumption. There is a size to fill your need. Get one now at
15 percent off.
'"Make It a Habil to Buy Hardware Here."
HouseHold Hardware Co.
2 1 4 North Stanton St
mand cash with the order. This, the
Mexican ordinarily pays.
It is sometimes a matter of months
before the order is received. Poor
shipping facilities, improper packing
or inadequate shipping instructions 1
are usually to Diame. a ma. ice
ican argues, is not fair, a- the Ameri
can Is getting the use of hie money
for sometimes as long as six months,
and then In the end the money may
have to be returned because the or
der can't be delivered oi can't even
be snip pea. some exporters nvei ambassador to tne united states, pre
tried to even the score a bit by pay- siding. The event was widely herald
ing the Mexican customer interest m the British press as further
when he returns bis money or oy pay- i cementing Anglo-American friend
in interest on the money even when 1 shin.
the coods are finally shipped. This
helns. because it convinces the Mexi
can merchant the American wants to
The European works differently.
He has hard and fast credit methods.
but it must be admitted he gives
credit. He usually requires the O. K.
of some reliable bank to accompany
an order, or even the bans s guaran
tee. The bank, usually, must be a
corresnondant of some accredited
European bank. Then the French or
German merchant can take the order
with the Mexican or other Bank's
guarantee on it and the bill of lading
and discount tne amount oi tne or
der at his bank. This Is not so
readily done now as it was before the
war and before Mexico's revolution
ary troubles beean. but It is done and
the risk involved is said to be less
than 1 per cent.
Foor Packing and Shipping.
The third complaint against Amerl
can firms is poor packing. Letters
pour Into the chamber of commerce
saying that goods received at Mexi
can destinations are in a broken and
jumbled condition, due to the fact
that they have been improperly pre
pared for shipment. The tendency of
the baggage smasher, marine and
terrestrial, to throw things around
roughly Is admitted to be unprevent
able, so the packing must be done so
well that it can't be undone. The
Mexican has paid, the shipper
Bonn uu rta&. iov ouiicis ua uiiui
and sea can't be held, so the buyer is
Agents from Europe are pouring
into Mexico. Passport restrictions im
posed by this country on the Mexi
can coming' to this country to buy
are sucn mat it is very expensive,
Hands and Arms Made
With a single application of Der
willo. Girls, Oerwillo not only beau
tifies your complexion, but It is won
derful for the bands and arms. Der
willo comes in three shades, white,
flesh and brunette. White is especial
ly recommended for the hands and
arms. Since short sleeves are in vogue
it is necessary to have your hands
and arms looking their best and a
trial of Berwillo for this purpose will
astonish you. Remember, it stays on
so much better than powder and does
not come off on clothing. It is "Just
the thing" to use In beautifying your
nanas ana arms, At au toilet counters
of department stores and up-to-date
Apriy frar Clean, Pmeirat
ins. Antiseptic U'onid
If ir tmuficessprw or v" f? rve?
ri tb eczema bIotches'jiyiL'uuiJ3sher
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Iron f"iinp vsius & It cleanse? stud
soothe thr rfda nri fc'wls'nnicklj and
effipctiwdy nostIdn izrene?
Xespo $ a 'voodgrfnl oenefTaticg.
dhsgxjeanng 6qrnd acd is soothing o
the imsf deScateskfn, Fisootgrearv,
3 as3 applied and cosh 'tele- Get
i toda? and 5e all farther distress.
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First Hatl Bid,
A Hamilton Beach Eon; Motor
does away with the tiresome foot
psdaliag of the sewing machine.
Anyone can attach it. GoBrames
very little current. Can also be
used as a grinder, polisher, fan
and mayonnaise mixer by using
estra attachments. A wonderful
labor saver in the (1 7
hone. Priced at J1
ROOT LAUDS 1GL0-IERIGI
UWITY IN SPEECH ST LONDON
LONDON. Bng., July 58. Ellhu Root
former American secretary of
state, today formally presented
to the British people the Saint Gar
dens statue of Lincoln in Canning
square, as a gift from America, and
later the statue was unveiled. Pre-
mler Lloyd George abandoned press
ing official business to deliver the
speech of acceptance.
The presentation was made in the
presence of & distinguished audience
In the central hall of Westminster
with viscount Bryce, former British
During his address, Mr. Root de
clared: "It would be difficult to conceive
of a sharper contrast in all the inci
dental and Immaterial things of life
than existed between Lincoln and the
statesmen whose statutes stand in
Later In his address however. Mr.
"It is the identical fundamental
conceptions in both countries whleh
make it Impossible that in any great
world emergency Great Britain and
America can be on opposing sides.
These conceptions of justice and lib
erty are the breath of life for both.
when railroad fare and hotel bills
are included. If the European is
willing to come to Mexico with his
samples, why should the Mexican
come to the United States at his own
expense? Is what he asks. The cham
ber of commerce has been asked to
protest against the immigration and
passport fees which penalize foreign
buying in these states.
Those facts, more than revolution
ary conditions, the Mexican say, ex
plain why the United States does not
get more business out of that coun
try, for as one Mexican wrote,
"we are as many as ever and have as
great a consumptive' power."
as-fSK YEAR OLD BOY AND MAN
STRUCK BY AUTOMOBILE
Two persons were run down by
automobiles Tuesday night. The first
was Buster Stipp, 6 years old. who
was strnck by a car driven by R. De
puy, of the Lewis anto stand. The
accident ocenred at Mesa and Wyom
ing streets. He lives at 700 Mesa ave
nue. H. Fempa was struck as be was
crossing the street in the middle of
the 3100 block on Alameda. The car
was driven by J. H. Rogers. Pempa's
Injuries were slight.
OFFICIAL RECEPTION FOR
TRAIN OF GASOLINE
Los Angeles, Califs July 28. Gaso
line has been so scarce here that yes
terday when a train carrying 200,000
gallons arrived from Oklahoma It was
officially welcomed by mayor M. P.
Snyder and officers of the Automo
bile club of Southern California. They
met the train at Alhambra, near here,
and rode baek on it.
FEDERAL OFFICERS TO DIRECT
FIGHT OX BUBO.MC PLAGUE
Washington. D. C, July 26. State
and city health officers will be given
Instructions in methods of fighting
bubonic plague at Galveston, Texas,
August 2 and 4, under offlcerr of the
public health service, it was an
nounced here today. Most of the of
ficials win be from sea coast states.
Trained officers of. the service have
been assigned to ports where cases of
the disease have recently appeared.
Washington, July 28. Judge C B.
Ames, assistant to the attorney sren-
eral since June 1919, and in charge
of the government's case in the coal
strike Injunction proceedings has
tendered his resignation to president
Wilson, effective August 31. It was
said at his home here that judge
Ames would return to Oklahoma
City to resume his law practice.
IIAYDCXS TO FLAGSTAFF.
Phoenix, Ariz, July 2S. Represen
tative and Mrs. Carl Harden, who
have been here since the Democratic
convention at San Francisco, expect
to leave Friday for a trip through the
northern part of the state, and will
have a cottage at Flagstaff until the
end of summer.
PATCHES - -
T I THERE Is the "patch," the dear old
YY fashioned patch, the abomina
tion of the illustrious, the pride
of the Industrious? It is gone for
erer? Patches denote Industry, not
indigence. Patches signify thrift,
Only a short time ago the body of
a woman was found floating in East
River, New York. The waters had
washed off the rouge; the bedraggled
finery bad lost Its sheen; the once
curled hair was like a zaass of sea-
"A useless life," said a minister.
"Twere better laid away." But he
was wrong this minister of Christ.
Twas not a useless life at alL It
only needed patching.
Only last Saturday the body of
Julia Montana, habitue of Calle
Diablo, Juarez, was found lifeless.
Penniless, friendless, an outcast; this
woman of the underworld had killed
herself. With society her life was
useless. But society is wrong 'twas
not a useless life at all. It only
Our county Jail and state peni
tentiary have thousands of men con
sidered useless garments. Society can
not use them and they are put away
in musty cells, food for the moths of
corruption, yet all they need Is patch
ing. The idle man. the shiftless, the
casual worker, the hobo, the tramp,
the habitual drunkard the women of
shame are society's useless gar
ments They are shoved aside in un
inviting places, food for bolshevlsm.
Yet, all they need is patching.
ih kind of .breakfast
you eat,often determines
the grade of Vork you will
do Before noon.
Keep fit! For breakfast,eat
The brain and hody-btdldintf
nourishment of wheat and
Grape-Nuts needs no sugar
"There's a Reason"
While they prevail, both nations will
endure; if they perish both nations
will die. These were Lincoln's In
heritance. "We may disregard all life's preju
dices and quarrels that result from
casual friction and pin pricks and
from outside misrepresentation and
detraction, and rest upon Lincoln's
unerring judgment of bis countrymen
and his race. We may be assured
from him that whenever trials come,
whenever there Is need for assurance
of the inherent power, truth and tri
umph of justice, humanity and free
dom then, the peace and friendship
between Great Britain and America
will prove to be as Lincoln desired to
make them perpetual."
In hjs reply, premier Lloyd George
said that on behalf of the people of
the British empire he accepted with
gratitude this statue of a great man.
The premier spoke of the pride and
affection with which Lincoln was re
garded here, and continued:
"He was one of those giant figures
of whom there are so few in history,
who lose their nationality In death;
one of those few who belong to man
kind. Such men are needed now more
than ever in the settlement of the
"May I be permitted to say, added
the premier, "that this torn and bleed
ing earth is calling today for the
help of the America of Abraham Lin
DOUBLE DELEGATION TO
GO TO SANTA FE MEETING
Roswell. N. M, July zg. Chaves
conntx will send a doable delegation
to the Democratic state convention at
Las Vegas on August 24. This mat
ter has just been decided here and the
delegation selected to represent
Chaves eonnty at the state convention
is as follows: A. L. Whtteman, Mrs.
T. W. Hayes, Dlllard "Wyatt, J. C.
Gilbert. R. D. Bell Mrs. Sara Johnson.
John Rose. Mrs. Wallace Moore. Cecil
Bonney, Emmett ratton. c. K. Brtce,
I. B. Dunn. J. T. NelL P. H. Adams.
John Rose. Ony Blackwood. R. I
bimtect j. L. Meu, J. I. Gibbany.
Mrs. Grace Bear. C. A. Rector, H. A.
Poorbaugh. Gay Robinson. E. E. Lane,
Edgar Pnryear. A. B. Finley, Mrs.
John W. Hbea. Ben C Davisson, J. E.
Bordeaux. D. P. Grelner. Thos. J.
Halt Tom Rogers. Ed Gibbany. Gay
Herbert. John Knea. Mrs. c K- Mason,
Fred J. Beck. J. S. MassieL Dr. A. P.
Fletcher and J. G-Osborn.
"TEX" AUSTIN WILL DIDEd
TUCUMCARI'S BIG ROUNDUP
TueumcarL N. ML. July 28. The
Tucumcarl Roundup association,
which will hold its fifth annual re
union at Tucumcarl, August 18. 19. 2d
ana zl. has arranged with Tex Aus
tin to direct their ronndun this year.
Austin has Just finished staging a
cowboy contest In Grant park, Chi-
euro, duritts: the Elks' national con-
urention. Over $25,000 was hunfr up
in cash prizes and nearly au of the
best known riders and ropers 'were
tnere to compete.
K. a Beebe. Austin's publicity H
rector, left Chicago last Saturday for
Tucumcarl and win begin work on
the advertising propaganda, for the
Austin states that he will use the
same outlaw backing horses used at
Cheyenne last year and also In the
contest at Chicago.
ATTORNEY RULES MAN HAS
RIGHT TO FENCE STREAMS
Santa. Fe. N. sC, July 28. The right
of 'a property owner to fence and
Dost hts property throujrh which
streams may run, and thereby to pro
hibit outsiders from fishing' in the
stream so reneed ana postea. is up
held In an opinion furnished here to
day by Harry 8. Bowman, assistant
attorney general, to Thomas F. Gable,
state game warden.
CHARGED TVXTH EMBEZZLTXG
71400 FROM TEMPB BANK
Phoenix, Ariz., July 2. Roy D.
Taylor, 10 years old. has waived ex
tradition and will be brought from
Los Angeles here to answer a chargre
of embezzlement of $1400 from a bank
in Tempo. Ariz, it was stated at the
Taylor left Terape about six weeks
ago. It was stated, and was found
working In a bank In Los Angeles.
W. J. Kingsbury, president of the
bank at Tempo, went to Los Angeles
with Information and a warrant for
By J. D. DICKSON.
Lt Captain. VL B. A. i
This Is the summer time of the
year. It is .a good time to start.
Perhaps we have not been quite as
honest as we could have been. Per
haps we could have been kinder. Per
haps we have refused to help a
brother In distress. Perhaps we have
slandered an Innocent fellow creature.
Perhaps we have violated the "Golden
Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps so with
the needle of honesty, and the silvery
thread of hope, by the undying and
fflnmlnatlng rays of the holy lamp of
repentance, tec us proceea to ziu up
the rents In our torn souls. And some
day we will blossom forth In new
garments. True, they may be com
posed of patches, but they will be
Many of us are made up from .head
to toot, soul and heart, with patches.
To work! It's patching timet
Whenever Ton Need A General
Take tbe Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC- It Strength
ens and Builds Up the System, by
Purifying and Enriching the Blood.
You can soon feel its Strengthening,
Invigorating effect. 60c Adv.
Gun reoalzinc 20 years' exnerience.
Allen Arms Co 404 N. Oregon. Adv
Sell OH Stock to CurtUs Cor Adv.
FULL line of KODAKS and KODAK
supplies at Gandara's. Adv.
Cor. Mesa Ave. and San
The Final Three Days
I NLY three more days remain of the July Odds and Ends Sales. Immense
quantities of broken lines and odd lots have been closed out. Still, there re
mains enormous amounts which must Be sold the next three days. All depart
ments offer you an opportunity to economize the next three days.
Another item is all charge purchases will be placed on your August account.
5th Floor Blouse Shop.
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war ml tSliiW iSPa&
W ISiM I I
SN ADDITION to tie Odds and Ends specials in S3k Un
derwear, we have added two interesting items in knit
union suits and athletic styles.
Women's Knit Union Suits, 89c
Tnete union suits are made of fine gauze cotton, nicely fin
isbed with French band, bodice or crochet tops. These suits
are shown in a variety of styles, dosed or open seat, um
brella or tight knee, also envelope chemise. Thev come in
pink and white. Sizes 34 to 44.
Segnbr $1.25; 0.1K special
Athletic Suits for Women
These are made of nainsook and batiste and are nicely fin
ished with embroidery or dainty lace edging; regulation or
camisole tops. Shown in three styles. Futurist, Athletic and
Dainty Folly Anna. Sizes 34 to 50 011 A d
bust measure. $2J value, 0. & S. special tg)kt&-Z
3d Floor Underwear Section.
Corsets at $3.95
.Odds and Ends offers in Corsets embrace such well known
makes as Warners, Begis and Thompson. They come in plain
and fancy materials, ia pink and white in front and hack
lace models. Models for medium and slender figures are of
fered in sises 30 to JO. O r
The 0. 4VS. price is JpO.V.lJ
Imported lace fkmuerags, 18 to 36 inches wide in Chantflly
and net top, specially srieed at Y off regular price.
S7-ineh baby flouaeings of St. Gall, Swiss, in variety of de
signs, values to 31.3S, special at 95c
Embroideries, insertions and edgings ia widths ranging from
3 to 7 inches, in blind and eyelet designs, varses to 45c, per
yard at 29c.
Torchon and fikt laces odds and ends at, per yard, 5c.
Normandy Val laces from S to 3, inches wide, per yard, 10c.
Cinny laces from 2 to 3 inches wide in a choice-assortment
of designs, are very special at, per yard, 15c
Embroideries, insertions and edgings, from 3 to 5 Inches wide,
are specially priced at, per yard, 15c
1 inch embroideries, per yard 6c
Filet mess insertions and edgings in white and cream, from
i to 3 inches wide, are special at, per yard, 10c
These Turkish Towel specials will supply your summer needs
and save you considerable money.
Special No. 1 Double thread Turkish towels, first quality,'
she S0x40, limit, one dozen to a customer, f f
Special Xo. 2 Double thread Turkish towels, first quality,
sua 21x43, limit, one doses to a customer, . a r
3d Floor, Bedding Section.
RODRIGUEZ IS AFTER
MAY0RAL1TY IN JUAREZ
Francisco C Rodriguez, appraiser
of customs In the Juarez customs
service, has announced his candidacy
for mayor of Juarez at the next elec
tion. Mr. Rodriguez was born In Juarez
and has lived there the greater part
of Ills life, and has held a number of
government and ctvil positions In
juarez ana etsewsere. xus iirst gov- i
eminent position was that of seere- I
tAi-r to tne director eeneral of cus- .
toms la Mexico CHy. after which he
held the post of assistant secretary
of the treasury under Francisco L
VUlareaL He was subsequently sec
ond entef ' ths tax denartment at
Tamplco and held the same position
ai agsa rneia. no was aiao botwh .
ment tax collector In Juarez and in- I
spector of rents for the state of Chi-
JUAREZ TO SPBXD $20,000
OX ITS SEW SEU1IK SySTTOI
(Continued from pasre X.)
will probably be awarded V. S. Ware,
an Bl Paso contractor, on the return
of mayor Gonzalee.
PIUETO TO LEAVE JUATIUZ.
OulUermo Prleto, federal tax stamp
collector at Juarez, will leave soon
for Chihuahua City, where he Is to
assume a similar post. Mr. Prleto's
successor at the Joarez custom house
has not been decided, although It Is
believed the present stamp collector
at the Chihuahua state capital will
come to Juarez. Mr. Prleto Is a
brother of Manuel M. Prleto, newly
appointed collector of customs at
MEXICAN SIXERS STRIKE.
Mexico City. MezL. July It. Pour
thousand miners of the Comnanls
Metalurglca- In San Luis Potosi strnck
yesterday for higher wages, according
to reports received here.
Hall nnd Phone
$139.50 SilK Dresses $37.50
An Ultimate Value in Handsome Midamma S&i Dresses.
NOT every dress in this offer k a $139.50 Silk Dress, bat tbe majority
of tbem are. Not a dress in tbe lot sold regularly for less tban
$89.60. For tbe most part these are exctaatve model dres in Crepe Me
teors, Taffetas, Georgette Crepe, Satins, Crepe de Chine and various combi
nations. BeatrtifaUv beaded and embroidered models as well as plain tailored
styles are shown. These are featured for tbe gf; O mm f? v
final three days of July at tp O .3 J
$50 to $75 SilK Dresses $25
Here is another Odds and Ends Opportunity. Hen yon have ehsiee from
every fashionable type of raid-semmer dresses in sack colors as right bine,
brown, pint, flesh and bisque. Ruffles, drapes, usihes, girdles, vested, harem
bottoms are shown ia crepe de chines, georgettes, taffetas, mescalines, soft
silks and eomUsatioBS. Sport models are offered in this lot in a big range
of styles. Valoea are $50 to $75. They fr Q ?
are an opportunity to economize at 5)
IN THE BLOUSE SHOP
$15 georget and crepe de chine, also m g f
$150 voile waists at p O. "LI
Do not overlook this opportunity to economise on Mosses.
We have assembled into one group hundreds of hlonsea of georget and crepe
de chine in the deHeate colors, as weD as suit shades, and pretty tailored
blouses of striped crepe de chine. Many of these Menses show dainty hue
and bits of hand embroidery.
Included in this same offer are hand made Hem- de Lis blouses of voile and
batiste. The dainty hand tucking; and drawn work marks them as distinctive
in the extreme. All these are (g L e g-
are offered yon, choice, at Jy Xj , J
BATHING SUITS ARE HERE
Sale starts THURSDAY, 8:30 A. M. Only 100 dozen
of these Brooms to be sold during this sale. Get
your orders in quick. Regular value,
85 Cents .
We are selling all these Brooms at LESS THAN
hina Palace Co.
116 E. San Antonio
Orders Promptly Filled
O. (& E. Sale of
Never before have we seen
mothers so interested in boys'
suits as in this O. & E. Sale.
"Xtragood." "Ssapeck" and "Stem
Way" are popular and well known brands
frora coast to coast to rsothen and boys,
because of thejr certainty of getting gea
uke value and service. Yon can buy
these suits now at lets than wholesale valu
ation. They are reliable and well tailored, wide
assortment "of popular models in fight and
heavyweight fabrics, suitable for bow and
for future use.
The varieties are broad, so that any mother
and boy wiH find a suit to their liking.
Sixes 8 to 18 years. Every suit guaran
teed. In three groups, specially priced
Boys' Department, 4th Floor.
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
Prlvata Branch Exchange 3360
Your last big oppor
tunity to buy Silks
Saturday w31 see the last of
ftdical reductions on Summer
S3ks. Come and see how
rapidly these silks are selling
and you will understand why
we say this.
The Big Item oi
The Odds and
FOR the final three days
we will devote tbe mam
aisle of the silk section to ta
bles containing broken assort
ments of all the season's best
sellers marked at from 1-3 to
the regular price.
This does not refer to short
remnants, but pieces of geor
gette crepe, crepe de chine,
crepe meteor, satins, taffetas,
messahnes, poplins, failles, lin
ing silks, foulards, pussy wil
lows and pongees, in fact, near
ly an weaves will be repre
sented. Dress blouse, skirt, suit
lengths, in fact, all broken lines
win go in this lot, and will
mark the biggest values we
have ever offered in silks.
Come prepared to savs and
more but do not come after
Saturday they wfH all be
FOR Thursday, Friday and
Saturday only, we win
make the following extra spe
cial offer: Any $160 or $40
satin, crepe, taffeta, ebarmense
meteor or any other new faU
Limit one dress pattern.
Also you have your choice of
any $6.00 or $&50 new fall silk.
This includes some wonderful
Limit esc dress pattern.
Don't nun this opportnniJ), il
Vill not be repealed. Bdos
are seme of the extra specials
that mS. dote zsith the end of
the month. Better bap the
final three -days.
32.75 washable satin, the yard,
a A K. S1.4.
S3JB0 crepe de chine, the yard,
$3.00 georgette crepe, the yard,
a 4 K. SL59.
$150 chiffon taffeta in colors,
the yard, O. E. J1S5.
$3X0 chiffon taffeta, navy and
blacks, the yard, O. i. .!..
$100 Jap all silk shirting, the
yard, O. t E. $1.49.
$7.00 Printed Pussy Willow
taffeta, the yard, O. A E. S33S.
$150 printed georgette crepe,
special tbe yard, 0.iE. 519.
YOU win save money by
buying your silk shirtings
tbe final three days. We offer
over 100 pieces of these heavy.
La Jerae, crepe de chine, broad
cloth, and Radium shirtings,
that were $450 and $5.00 per
yard, for tbe final three days'
specials at, 3 O fl Q
the yard i.V
Silk Department, 3rd Floor.
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