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EL EASO HERALD
E Miss Alice Mahoney Gives Shower In Honor Of Miss Luella Bunsen Br OLLIE P. IAASDBX r ISS AUCE.MAHONEY ntertalnd w.rtwuu O'Neill. Catherine O'Neill. nngncs. ft it ... . i i .. hrlrftlV KflllA 1V11SVSS ..:.r 'SnK Anna-Kran.awKt.rJ M&xine Moran. Anna aiuaww w". HrSltNE hundred and ..I new member, . another yeat ana STSSR I .11. UlAinln-l I BlaLSXSV kB M lAI am Mircaw North Florence street Wednes day evening in honor of Miss Luella .Bunsen. whose wedding to Alton Eobein takes Place September 9 The rooms were attractiely decorated With ferns and various autumn flow er" The prises tor bunco were won by Miss Anna Elisabeth IUrc and Miss Anne O'Neill. The sifts were pre sented in a bag marked "U. E. Mail. As Miss Bunsen called for her mail a shower of rice came from over head. Thote present war Misses LueHa Bnnsen. Lucilo Thompson, of Houston, Tex., Helen Noras, Anne All together New Dresses 1 for Women to wear now and bier at , $24.58 and $4958. Crepe Saiin Tricotine ' Charmeuse An luterestinc gronp of Crocks IndlTldnal models Juat one of a kind XH purchased spec faUr and priced specially Tit ranted fabric In alto gether sew and chnrmlnjr de elopmenta The Satin are draped in jtraee all7 flowlaff lines. Colors lack, nary jmdvbroTnu In the cloth dresses the realnc note style s most farored. therr belo snanr variations of the mode permlttlnff of attractive uses of embroidery or beads. Color principally nary. , WOMAN'S T0,GGERY 21? Mesa Are, , Man Orders SoUelreO. of San Antonio, Tel : Locflle Lyons, Marie Ionlan. of Lincoln. Neb.; Mrs. G Jennings. Mrs. Fred Hoheln. Mrs. Erie liacbold, Mrs. 1 Mahoney and the hostess. . Miss Mahoney was assisted m serving by her mother, Mrs. X. Ma- honey. ana ner sisief. mr. r.i Itachold, r Saturday's Calendar In, Local Society f kS I Woman's Missionary Society Enrols 106 In Contest memDersmp unvc I Mrs. Murchison and Son, Of Athens, ! Are Guests At Dinner In Coles Home 5 1 -... JVT ISS ALBERTA EATON will en tertain In the afternoon witn a bridge party at the "Eaton home on Elm .street to compliment Miss Caroline Plumb. Miss Virginia Bean's party In the afternoon at the Bean home in Golden Hill Terrace for the members of her music class, who are under 1! years of age. 'Weekend dance at the district serv ice club at Fort Bliss. Weekend dance at Mission Halt, West Ysleta. Dance In the evening at the Toltee clubhouse. . tSchool Notes. r.nMiA Pthe. of Phoenix. Arlz has arrived at the EI Paso School for Girls, where she will be a house in dent for the coming school term. MiJ Dorothy Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RUG. Williams left on Thursday for Wetfesley col lege, where she will resume her studies. This is Miss WUHams's junior year at college. Miss Williams wUl stop 'in her way for a visit In Minne apolis and In Cincinnati I 1 ArnlH In the - -kiLemnnrv society of Asbnry Methodist church. South, at- the monthly business meeting held Thurs day in the fhurch ayd'tortum This was the result of mot: hs campaign bv opposing teams, led by Mrs. c H Rhodes and Mra. B. B. Brantley. The tatter's team was successful in get tins; the most new members. The business session was presided over by the president. Mrs. Hubert Smith. After reading of the minutes by Mr, John Yearwood. the Bible 7Z1 Zi .. hv Visa Lucille Ayers Mrs. L J. Ayers. president of the New Mexico conference mission ary society, led In prayer, and an nounced the annual meeting to no held at Las Cruees on September . xi n nrntlv and Mrs. Hubert Smith were elected' delegates to this meeting, ana Mra u r. .:., - Mrs. J. IL Fitsgerald. alternates. Reports were heard from all de .rfm.nta Mrs. A. IL Faller was elected superintendent of soclaVeer vice to take the place of Mrs. P. D c.iMm whA riatmid. Mrs. P. D Peters and Mrs. W. Casteta will give a party to the members of the baby division and their mothers on Sep x in , 1m rldee of the for mer. The meeting next Thursday will be In charge of Mrs. Vernon Sullivan. On Seotember 16 the losing side In the campaign tor new members will entertain the society with a social is the church parlors. An ffrlncr was made to the Scar- rit Bible and Training school at Kan sas City,ynd a balance due on debt on the parsonage was paid. The so ciety will maintain the Judith Rhodes scholarship at jsino oimsLuu h.w. Woman's supporting After Vacation Peel Your Discolored Skin Ttamen ratnrninr from the seSSldo or country frith browned, reddened or frec kled skins will bo wise in Immediately tskise op the mercollzed wax treatment. Weatherbeaten sktn had best come off. foe amount or "beanurjing" win erer make It pretty to look at. The rarest safest, easiest war to ahed the despoiled cattele Is with the treatment sEKted. Ft tho wax on before retiring, as 70a woald cold cream, and rinse it oft next morning wicn warm water, jaiaoio pu tlelea'ef scarf ekln peel off day by day, aradnallr showinc the healthy, youthful skin beneath. One ounce of mercouzea wax, obtainable at any dree store. Is eaonrh to make any discolored or spotted complexion clear, white sad satiny soft. Its sct3onis o recti no harm la canted and the face shows no trace of Its see. BurnlBx; tffcat. lrzitatlnr winds and dirt are sacb wrmUe-makers that the dally as of the feQowlsf estriaffent-tonie lo tion at this season ts highly advisable: Powdered saxallte. one oonce, dJssolYea In witch hasel. one-half pint. Used as a taee bath this Is a splendid wrinkle re storer ana preTenaTo. aoi. (rirla. A round taoia on ""jrf Btavardshlp U to bo conducted thta ISh under the direction of J Mtjl C. W Wofiora. corresponuiuB o. Monday being Labor day there will be no meeting ot me u" " "e Shrine No. J. of the White Shrine of Jerusalem, will ? ?," quet at S-30 p. m m, . - - O F hall, to be followed by a cere monial at 8 oclock. at which time an Initiation of candidates will take place. The guest of honor ' association will be Mrs. Blanch Fol som "Wheeler, of Chicago, supreme worthy high priestess. t. -bhu h TMassarv to have res ervations for covers for the banquet made with Mrs. Carrie Hutchlns not later than S oclock Monday Mrs. Wheeler will arrive Tuesday. She will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. rhrl Rader. at their home on Pershing Drive The vounsr women's auxiliary of Central Baptist church will gle a vmfe,. rcn n&rtv this evening at the old Country clubhouse In honor of the first anniversary of Its orga nisation. Girls from the congrega tions of Baptist churches of the city have been Invited to enjoy the eve ning's festivities, whioh will beginat 8 oclock. The guests attending will dress as children. - The League of Women Voters will hold a reception at the, T. W. C. A. building on Saturday evening at S oclock In honor of the recent suf frage victory. MR. AND jiks- A- r. iuu cur tained with an informal dinner of nrettv detail Thursday evening at the Coles home on Magoffin avenue to compliment Mrs. B. B. Murchison and son, Macintosh, of Athens. Texas, who are here as guests 01 Murchison's daughter. Mrs. Barry Cool, and son. Frank Murchison. Flowers of the early a- umn from the Coles gardens decorated the table for the service. Covers were placed for Mrs. B. K. IIHretson..stacinion Murchison. Mr. and Hz. Frank Murchison, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cool. Mrs. E. M- BelL Frank Coles and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles. Mrs Murchison will remain for a vlsir of three months with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murchison and with Mr. and Mrs. Barry CooL Macintosh Murchison will leave tn another week to enter the University of Virginia. About El Pasoans. alas Mary Hodgklnson has re signed her position as recreational secretary of the T. W. C. A. to be a teacher in the city schools tils win ter. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Scott have moved to El Paso f ronr La Mesa, N. X. The condition of Mrs. J. CviCroek ett, who has been ill for some time, is improving. Mijl Crockett and her son. Philip, are at Hotel Schuyler, Los Angeles .. Frank S Alnsa will leave in two ..!.. .. a knttlnAf trln ' tft ?aW Tork city. He will be accompanied LBock. Ark. sister ann niece of Mrs. T LtSSTiiSaBM. 9iaanSiiOl M A Piano Policy That Guarantees Satisfaction If ytm ire not a marician or piano expert yon probably feel Basmalified to judge piano valne, ani that yon are more or lest at the isercy of the piano salesman. Every piano on onr floor is gnaranteed not only against de fects bnt theVALTJE IS ALSO GUAfcAHIEED. Oct poHcy Is just this: It is onr fcnsineas to provide onr customers with roaxiffi&m piano valne. Should we prove in competent in this respect, we deserve to lose that customer's confidence and patronage. It is onr business to KNOW piano valne, and should we make a mistake it must be onr loss and cot oar customer's. Will yon not feel safe in choosing a piano on that nnder stasdiBg. We represent the orHi best makes. by his daughter. Miss Marlon, who will remain in mw xorx ior a niv of some length to Mrs. Luke Me N'amee, wife orrjsjL MeXamee, of the U. S. navy. Bapt. MeNaraee Is aboard the Nevada at present with the Atlantic fleet. -Miss Ainse wiu remain wth Cast. and. Mrs. MeKaaue until December, reaching El Fasyia time for the Christmas holidays, f P T. r a ances. The Toltee club members will en joy one of Utelr fortnightly dances an Saturdar evening at the clubhouse. If the weather is good there wiR be daaetns; on the roof garden an if not the dancing will be in UJe ball room. Out of Town Visitors. . Mrs. Mary White, of San Miguel Is the guest of her daughter, Xtss Lydia Kadow. Philip Yard of Lowell. Ariz, is in the city for a visit to Lieut. O. G. Fesran at the Fegan home on Per shing Drive. ' Miss Ludle Cloud, ot Dallas, who Tia hutn anendlne some time in Clondcroft, Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. T. W. Lanier. vr TCmmett Vanehan and daugh ter. Miss Hallie Vaughan. of Little ugh nB : W. H. Lorets. have arrived in Uie eltv to sDend th winter. They are at home at 1008 Magomn avenue. Army Affairs. Capt. H. A. Miller left several days ago for Kansas City. Mo., to attend the reunion of the 110th Machine Gun battalion In which he served In France. He will be away -for 10 davs- Mlss Katherine Beaner left Kort Bliss on horseback Fridajr morning to ride out to meet the ineoatlng troops of the second aquadran of the Eighth cavalry. JUss ltaney father, Lieut. CoL B. J. Tteaney. Is tn oommand of the troops which have been w their annual hike to Elephant Butte dam. El Pasoans Returning. Miss Blaine Massey has returned, after having spent the summer with her grandmother, Mrs. f- G. Faris, at La Mesa. N. M. v. irf Mr. RirfnAv Moore have re turned from a three months' trip to Hot Springs. Ark.: Asheville. N. C.: the mountains of Virginia and Wash ington. D. C. , Boy L. Martin ana family returned Tuesday from California, after a pleasant summer vacation. Mr. Mar tin Joined his family at the coast about a month ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jackson and two children have returned fsm an ex tended motor trip througbTthe north west and Pacific coast. They are at tsetr residence on East Bio Grande street- . Miss catoryn uaHara remrneu Wednesday morning from. New Or leans, La, where she spent the sum mer with her sister. Mrs. W. C Free man. Miss Ballard will be at home st SAttt Tnlarova. street. She will be a dudII at the El Paso School for Girls. I F.l Pnsnans A'ulau. Miss Mildred Bogers will leave this afternoon for Clondcroft. to visit Miss Elizabeth Stevens. Sugar Prices Slump to B Cents Wholesale New York. Sept. J. AnnouneementsJ were made today bringing prices zor refined sugar to about the same basis atwhlch "second hand" or speculator stock recently have been selling. The Federal Sugar Beflnlng com pany announced a new reduction of a cent a pound, making its price for tine granulated "15 cents a pound less 2 percent." Arbuekle Bros, did not change their list price although they announced late last night they were offering limited amounts of fine granulated at It cents a pound. This is sugar that had been bought by speculators or others who have returned It to re fineries to be "sold at the -best price obtainable." .-...h... .ffmii nf daintv appoint ing to honor Mrs. Murchison was the informal luncheon given Friday by Mrs. James L. Marr. Pink slnnlas dec- I erated the luncneon canic "'" i were placed Xor the honor guest ana ' Mrs. Frank Murcnison. r ..., , Cool. Mrs. James Dudley. Mrs. W. H. Austin and the nosieas. ui-. TiMia Hill Is entertBlninff" at dinner this evening at the HUlonie on Korth Campbell street. The table for the service will be covered with a linen cloth embroidered in Ji French convent with design of rojfcs-The central ornament of the table wfnbe a silver bowl of pink roses and rojes will decorate the monogrammed pwee cards marking covers for Miss Mer cedes Williams, of MmjempoltB, Miss Gertrude Smith, Philip Yard of low ell. Aris, Tex Griffin. Lieut. J- P. Barnes and the hostess. ards. Miss Kathrynn Smith, of New Or leans. La., left Wednesday tor ner honte after a visit with Miss Mabel Weston. .. .. , . Prior to Miss smiins dwuuic Miss Weston" gave a Bunco ana dancing party in her honor. The prises were ww Kathrynn Smith. Miss Nellie Mar guerite Hargrove. Joe KWwell and William Hargrove. Those present were the Misses Kathymn Smith, -Ora OUkey. Joanita Andersoy, Kutn usoorne. Anna . guerite Hargrove. Mabel Weston and Allan Gilkey. Joseph Osborne. Wil liam Hargrove. Joe KldwolL Edward Underwood, Floyd Stevenson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kllnk. Mrs. George W. Weston -assisted In entertaining. Lodges and Clubs. The members of the Sigma Chi fra ternity will enjoy a banquet this eve ning at the Toltee clubhouse. There are about 10 members who will bo present. The banquet will begin at 7 oclock. COPPER PROPERTY BRINGS $300,000 UNDER HAMMER Miami. Arte, Sept. 3. The Cactus copper property, west of Miami, has been bid in at sheriffs sale for SI00.- 00 by -the Susquehanna Trust com pany, which holds a mortgage of 3SO,oeo. xne group oi tour pftionn claims, is In the Pinto creek section. It has had much development. It Is understood some commercial ore was found. The stock at one time sold at 110 a share, but lately has Been or nominal value on the market. i . 1 Week End Specials .Growing Girls' and i Misses' Shoes High Cut Lace Styles in Black and Tans. Coed looking, very serviceable. Very com plete assortment of sizes at desirable prices. " Why fell 4 Woman? Just Telephone . Can A' Woman Keep A Secret, We Ask AND still they come. Today was the biggest day yet and the edi tor did a land office business. All1 he had time to eat was three pret zel., sent in by Ignatz. Time's al most up for the answers to this week's question. Most of the fans agree this week with Terrible Al about the first time' this has hap- (pened. One thing seem tj be unani mous, however tnat a. woman cu keep the secret of her age. Anyway, let's finish up with a bang this week so we can be all clear for a new question. Fish out the old pen and see If you can give tho answer to the question: CAS A WOMAX KEEP A SECTUBTf Then see what Mr. Burleson can i.l.-i.'i.j ajr-'tH.i-;)-.. a 103 South El Paso Street J MITER RECALLS ' OF YEARS AGO "My mother raised me on Teethlna and I have followed her advice and now have five healthy children that I am raising on Teetwha." writes Mrs. T. E. Johnson, of Ensley. Ala, B. F. D. L J As a remedy for teething babies, to sooth fretfulness and correct the disorder of Knder little bowels. Teethlna has tbeen known to mothers everywhere for 59 years. Originally the prescription of an able physician,, Teethlna has won the confidence of medical men and mothers during a period of many cotic Its ingredients are printed on each package. I Teethlna Is sold by druggists ev erywhere or we will send a package 1 postpaid upon receipt of 30 cents. We will also send FREE an Interest ing book of Instructions to mothers, entitled "Baby." Moffett Labora tories, Columbus, Ga. Adv. The Secret of Jolly sis Is a steaming cup of good old FRENCH LUXURY COFFEE1. Starts tbe day right males the world seem bright. Phone 445 Made in EI Paso by The Republic Coffee Co. ASK YOUR GROCER. Alameda Coffee Is Another One of Our Fine Products. 'fffitfA ; with never a hint of harm. Q To you. as to a xnuHon others, Q 3 NADINE wla reveal these 3 K intimate secrets. a W) You can procure NADINE from a u your f&yorito touct counter u iWnt jot by mail 60c Jg J B& KATIONAL TOILET CO., j ! iPft Pari, Teas.; UA. If, do with a letter addressed to i Herald: Here-s wnw ww . ... ir Win ran. Not Only a secret, but everything else she lays hey hands on- Terrible Al's Brothr Know sny-. more funny stories! They can't Keep their loose change, jet w.p a O. T. 8. Every time I want to advertise I always tell a woman. Osnofla There's only one female l know who can keep a secret, and she Isn't human. . ,4 Al Mackay This time rve got It over Terrible AL I told a secret at S30 one night, and when I reached home. i minutes later, the vsnole town knew about it Ken. ex-Yankee Division If you want to advertise, tell a woman. Jamaica Ginger Well spoken. Ter rible AL They cant help it. but I like them In spite of it Sensible. Sam I won't T that women can keep a secret, but II men kept their heads as well as women do there wouldn't be anyf secrets. Somebody's Stenographer Tell Terrible Al that it takes men to spill the beans. Mike They can't. I told my sis ..... .hnnt a rrtalsi matter and ril bet Terrible A1 and his friends knowd all about it oy now. Boobina-jWe girls have to admit vet If you think a woman can keep a secret, watch the back fences any time from i a. m. until mid night. . , Jeanne Of course a girt can, pro vtA.1 ita worth keenlnc Weene's wire sn' weegeo uiu me not to tell any one. He says .imFnan run. Z1M No. they can't, but neither itan 4i VMan. Oenerai Wrangle A woman couM if h tried, but she never tries. Tnlnir R 1 told HUT Klrl a SeCTet. and 10 minutes later her mother told me theusame secret Gns the Grouch Take it from tat, you can only find out from a woman what sbe wants you. to "". Gypsy rm tired of having my sex knocked, so rm going to hit back. Women are. in most cases, more eon-, fljjtntlftl than men. ' Telephone Belle Sure we can. It's the men like xerrioie ai w ayiu -11 !.& fml. ttffalrc Arthur Wynn A woman Van keep a secret going. j. d. xner nave to tec h out or Tmit. Nervy Lonesome BUI The only se cret a woman can keep Is her age. Jack Weiss The only time she keeps a a 4 ere t Is while sh s on dsert Ish). or while teething wina K Ton bet ther ci Thafs why the sensible business men have 'em for stenographers. Cheyenne Steve A woman can spread the news better than all the newspapers. Natalye If It concerns herself. vm: if it concerns others, no. Beno The question is funny, but hard. Tlv safe bv the old saving. "Set 'em young, treat 'em rough and tell 'em nothlnar." Sweetie Sure we can, witn parties worth while. I have kept one a month. '-""" Mysterious Nat No. Evenjf she could, she'd tell it to someone to prove it. Cutle She can't keep a secret any more than she can pass a mirror without looking at It. Sailor Tank Tell your secret to a blond. She exaggerates so much that wheti you hear It again you can't recognise it. Smiling Jim I'll tell the world they can't- Tell them nothing, bro ther money spenders, and you'll be happier. Unconscious AL Depends on what the woman is and what the secret Is. Larribee Lew She doesn't need to. After you tell her one. it Isn't a se cret any more. jAiivheAn When women learn to keep secrets, the lawyers will WV out of work Sweet Alice I certainly would like to see the woman wro rould keep a secret over night. Chief Weegee Nope. One Just snitched on me. B. H. Just ask them their most precious secret their age and see whether they'll tell. rountrv Girl How Is it a man al wa ha1 fo te'l a secret to a woman a..d then blame her for telling Kt Service. Probably no word in the English language means so much as the word "Service." Unfortunately the real value of the word has greatly de teriorated through Its misuse by those who have formed the "Service Saxlng" habit. Bat fail utterly to live tmlo its true meaning. The desire of this company is to ttlve to the public serv ice which willVmake for us perma nent and satisfied customers. City Service Co Tel. 3500. Autos. Taxis. Baggage. Moving. Ad Black $450 sizes llVa to 2 $3.95 $5 J0 sizes 2Vz to 7. $4.95 Tan $5 JO sizes ny2 to 2 $4.95 $6.50 sizes Zy to 7 1 $5.95 J El. Paso School For Girls A boarding and day school tor girls, where small classes, flm teachers, a beautiful building, much outdoor life, give right conditions for healtl', work and happiness. School opens September IS. Miss Slater and Miss TufeL Principals. WOMAN SAYS MAN ATTACKED HER; FILES ASSAULT CHARGE Fo.lowing his alleged attack with a knife on Paula Sias. of 1711 Alamo rnrdo street. Thursday afternoon. L. B. Bomero, of 2100 Central street, was arrested by the police. He was rhftrrid with asraravated assault. Tfc wmnan told authorities that Romero threatened to kill her if she called for assistance, and that he cut her over the left eye with a butcher knife. She was treated at the police emergency hospital. He is to be transferred to the county authorities. TEXAS STJtEET MEItCHAXTS MEET. Texas street merchants will meet this afternoon at four oclock in the office of A. H. Rodes to make plans for a big carnival celebrating the opening of the street' lighting sys tem, soon to be inaugurated. Hosiery Specials This weei special prices will certainly in- terest the riomen folks. $1050 Lace Hose $8.79 $9.00 Laie Hose $6.98 $4.00 Eatb'd. Hose $2.98 Wimetxs $250 Sik Hose m Black. Wtite and Rrovm. Special price. ... Ill 3&LM n & , Women's $225 Sat Hose in Back. ' While and Bto'Bn. Special price. . . . $1.98 $1.79 gwtf-aw. "FREIZONE" "f Lift Off Corns I No Pain I ARMY ORDERS. Washington. D.- C, Sept J MaJ. William FInley Rlke, honorably dis charged. Fort Bliss. Some children are. unjustly accused of being dunces when as a matter of fact their apparent dullness Is dase to defective vision. If your chOd is net making proper progress in school make sure the fault does not lie in poor vision. Wo take 'special pains with children and do not prescribe glasses unless needed. Need Glasses? Ask SegalL El Paso Optical Co. 105 Texas St. Ill San Antonio St. Advertisement. Prlva'.-e Adv. Kindergarten Ph. 5M7W. I Our Home Made Bread 1 I Is Your Best Food I I Our LADY CAKES Are Delicious. I I SHANKS CARPENTERx I . Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little Freezone on an aching corn. Instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with rmgers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of Freezone for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the cal luses, without soreness or Irritation. Adv. b2KS023SSJIfasBBBBHBBBSW f4.a eTiA":sr WJ 9 AAmJr I OFtl 11.113 Froainest fat that comes and stays where it is not needed is a burden: a hindrance to activity, and a curb upon pleasure. Many forms cf edvice" to reduce wdxtf hare been advanced, such as dieting, hard work, excessire exercise, etc allot which are either trrplfa'' or dangerous. The latest, more modem and pleasant way to take off burdensome fat, is to take, after each meal acd at bedtime, a Uaroola Tablet. These little tablets are as efiectiTe and harmless as the famous Mannola Pre. senpuon tram which they take their name. To get rid of fat st the rate of two, three, or four pounds a week, simply take one of theie little Unlets after each meal and at bedtime until you hare reduced yocr weight to where you want it. Nowraklea or fiabbiness wul remain to show wters the fat case oC Tber are f or sale by an druszisis st tHor a goodsi2Qbox. If you prefer to hare them -crime ta von direct MnuiLnrpoa id. in nlam sealed cover, send amount to the Marmola Co- 97 Garfield Buiktaz, DetrojMich- scd bid goodbye to -itoff, exercise snd fat. Be Tonraelf. sun, lira andsttractiTC. of the right sort i hard to find.. If you pay a hg price good clothe can be fonnd anywhere, and-at a low price, wuaUy the material b nntathfactory. We speeiaEie and our best effort is grren to supply the sons of El Paso and -ricmiry with the most desirable qualities at the most reasonable prices. We carry Boys' Clothing and Famishmgs for boys from 2 years up to High School long pants sizes. Saturday We Offer Good Values In School Clothes BOYS' CORDUROY SUITS in mouse, brown and dark tan, weB made and good quality Corduroy. Sizes 7 to (IJ QC 18 years. One day only at tPJ7J BOYS' WOOL NORFOLK SUITS, made with faff Kned4mick ers, real good looting, greys, browns and greens, nicely tail ored, sizes 6" to 18 years. Exceedingly 1 O 7C goodvduesat 91d,i J Other good 'values at $10.50, $13.75, $15.00 AND $18.75 BOYS' WOOL UNLINED KNICKERS-Szes 6 to Q C 16 years, grey mixtures, very special at 7J C BOYS' COLLAR ATTACHED BLOUSES In white, right stripes or darl? stripes in percales, chambrays and a few Q f madras, sizes 6 to 16 years, at ,"V. ..' IiJC BOYS' SCHOOL CAPS in grey, brown and green Afi mixtures, non-breakable peaks, sizes for aB boys at 17 J C Special values not mentioned also in Shirts, Underwear, Neck wear, Sweaters and all other Fumishkg for Boys and Youths. Mail Orders Fified. The next time you buy calomel ask for falotaDs The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nansenlesi, safe and tare. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Vrice 35c FOUND CARD!!! GREAT BENIF1T South Carolina Lady Suffered Unni She Couldn't Stay Up or Go Anywhere. TeHs How Cardui Helped Her Get WeH. J3atesbarc. S. a la tolling hew aha found relief from troubles that had' caused her ssea suff erics. Mrs. S. E. Oswalt, ot this place, savs "Each raoath I would testa to suffer with my hack and head. Mr !'.tevs would ache and 1 would chill. 1 wouldn't be able to star ua, no oat ter what I wasted to do, or where 1 wasted to so. Sly people trSd si tus no different medicines and teas and tonics, yet I dldat set any bet ter. -Some one told me of Cardui. ! I began to take It. I noticed It help ed me. I kept it up. After a fs-r months I didn't have any troub a For about six months I used It be fore ... -I found I was all right, and frci that day to this have never had a trouble at this time. 1 have takn -. since, a bottle or two tn the winter. especially when I hava been exposed, sad would take a cold, for I cocs'der it thS best thine woman can taie to tone up the si stem, keep off aerrousaess, and Increase the appe tite. I certainly know it has been of great benSfit to me." If you are weak, nervous, or suf fer from womanly troubles such as Mrs. Oswalt mentions, take Cards', the Woman's Ionic All sood druggists sell Cardui. AdT. 3Z3 East San Antonio Street Phone 838. Cuticura Soap -IS IDEAL- For the Hands SmQ!tatmttt.TitmnJBe.9u afcr. Tvemm&m xUmb: CiOnrtl. TTea TXaiol(4 TX7in AlYs II W " -"""