El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 19, 1920 Page: 3 of 16
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EL PASO HKRALD
I lano Texas May 19. James Cal-
d. prominent Texas cattleman of
M-rard. wae acquitted here late yes--rda
of the charge of murder in
onr-ctton with the shooting of
wrnon k. Billings a youne livestock
rrower on th CaJlan ranch last No-
'mber 12 The Jury has been out
c i nee Saturday afternoon and the
rort twice refused requests for dis-
Eillinps was shot from his horse
while driving; a herd of horses through
The Callan pasture. Defence wlt-
s testified he had left sates open
en the ranch and that the shootfng'
rcc irred while Callan was upbraiding
I-m. Callan pleaded self defence.
CARPETS C3LEANBD tlj best way
h the best cleaners. WILSON-MIL-UP4N
Plant 2. Phone 78C Adr.
For Information about Schools and
"oieg:es. write The EH Paso Herald
educational Bureau. Adr.
A. Hallmark Special
Here" a pair of good look-
ing Cuff Buttons suitable for
business or outing wear. They
are gold filled with pearl cen-
ters substantially constructed
and nicely finished.
This Hallmark Special for
sale in 750 Hallmark Stores
is produced in large quantities
to meet the demand.
Thai it -hy ire can offer you
such a remarkable tahte.
See Oar Window Display
Mi 'Is and Mesa on tie Plaza.
FOR OIL 101
By HOT EMIK.
Pecos Tex- May 18 Oil operators
who have resided in Pecos since dis-
covery of oil In the Bell well caused
a rush for the Pecos field frequently
remark concerning- the orderly con-
duct daring crowded conditions in
Pecos. Fights thefts and petty of-
fences commonrto oil fields have been
almost wholly absent.
Those who have come to Pecos
with the oil boom have been largely
business men and they surely have
been well behaved." stated sheriff E.
B. Kiser "the best behaved I hare
While sheriff Kiser modestly gives
credit for the well governed city and
locality to the Incomers themselves it
Is evident that the desirable law and
order results attained have been due
largely to the care and precautions of
sheriff Kiser and his eight reliable
deputies city marshal X. I Roddy
and his assistants former constable
John Baker and other officials all of
whom received the united backing of
the Pecos city council and citizens
Marshal Modest Too.
Marshal Roddy who Is ably as-
sisted by deputy marshals Johnnie
Chandler and Bob Lewis when inter-
viewed by a representative of The 121
Paso Herald exhibited much of the
modesty of sheriff Kiser. stating that;
while he was proud of the excellent
conditions that prevailed in Pecos
during the rush the same was possi-
ble only because of the vigorous way
he had been backed by the council
and citizens. v
It has been the custom with the of-
ficers mentioned to heln nnemDloved
men to secure work rather than land
them In JalL However. SEecos officers
insist that incomers shall work or
seetK new nemi
Thev are onfet. nleaafaf rnn- Uiaca
Pecos officers but there's plenty of
T. K. T. behind their easy ways. Old
John Barleycorn and his friends have
found this out. as have also the forces
under Gen. Tequila who has" made
several attemDts to unset law and or-
aer nere wicn nut mue
FARMERS. WONT STRIKE
SAYS MILO D. CAMPBELL
Continued from pace 1.)
own products collectively. Cham
bers of commerce with their great
influence have opposed. The only
menu outsiae or i&rm organizations
that Is- today supports.? the farmer
is the laboring man. and labor organ-
bdatlons. Tou ask. will the farmers of the
country form an alliance with labor
combining 75 percent of our population?
Farmer TVHI arta Strike.
-mere wui oe no coalition ol tp
farm with organized labor except
throogh lawful methods and the
absence of violence.
"IT the farmers that are yet re-
maining oa the farms of the United
States should strike tor the next six
weeks xouowing today starvation to
mulioas would follow daring the
next year and the balance of our
popunuoB wonra suxxer sues aht
tton as this country has never kboi
I La. i . ' i.jjr-w-f:
Get rrimm'a ProfH-Sharbu;
Coupon. Rxeaanjreable for S.
A H. Green Trading; Stamp or
"But the farmer will iwt atrflra
Motn Farmer and tenant hare an In-
terest in the croo to be raised.
"It m not because the farmer arwl
tenant are more patriotic or bnmane
than the wage worker but' his re-
fusal to strike Is Jeep seated n the
principle that most b AtuWA fn
other industries bis Interest in the
proaoet ox nts labor.
"It impels Urn to loner hours to
care and watchfulness to hops of re-
ward lacking in the present wage
"Reports from the great manurac-
turins comnanles that ar. snluhu
show that tabor Is from 25 percent.
to 15 percent less efficient today than
before the war. notwithstanding Im-
proved conditions. When this is
taken in connection with the fact
that the war robbed normal industry
in this countrc aloM. of fi.aa.sAA aaa
days of labor that we are now 4.000-
000 laborers short of dmtMl .itK
i practically no Immigration) and 1.000.-
' 000 foreign born wage workers wait-
ing for their Dassnorts to Mum n
ICuroDe. ire find a condition that ...ita
i for sane and unselfish thinking.
--- - wwbcuici LBV IflUCO OJ
the spirit in these- ma I days of Louis
XV. who said 'After me the deluge.' "
i 10000 PERCENT SUGAR PROFIT
IS CHARGED IN OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City. okla. May 1.
Eleven business men of this city and
one at Enid. Okla are under arrajt
today following indictments returned
against them by a federal grand Jury
yesterday charging sugar profiteer-
ing. All those under arrest are con-
nected with wholesale grocery firms
in this state and one. Claries K. Van
Cleef is a member of the state fair
price commission. The authorities
say some of tnem made as high as
10000 percent profit.
VAST TO ATTEXD BENEFIT.
Miss Mvra Winkler county school
superintendent said Wednesday pres-
ent indications are that the benefit
performance to be given at the Klalto
theater Saturday morning will yield
a considerable amount of money for
the teachers' cottage at CanutlUo.
Several club women have arranged
line parties for the performance of
"The Miracle Man." and the clubs
have generously cooperated.
Don't Spot Run
Don't Risk Material in Poor j
Dyes that Fade or Streak
I Fill Out With Pencil II
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Each package of "Diamond Ores"
remains directions so simple that any
uoman can diamond -dye a sew. rich.
'adeless color into worn shabby gar-
ments draperies coverings whether
mx1. silk linen cotton or mixed
Buy "Diamond Dyes" no other
t nd then perfect results are guar-
inteed even if you have never dyed
1 e fo re Druggist has color card. Adv.
TRI-STATE MOTOR CO.
326-330 W. San Antonio St.
Don't Mlas Tbl. Opportunity to
Buy Shoes at Lea. Than Coat.
Men's Brown English... $6.95
Men. Black Engiitk. . . .$5.45
Men's Black Binder. . . .$495
215 El rwao Street.
23 N .
Trace three more than twenty-nine
And you'll see a of mine.
Draw from one to two and so on
to th -
SHOE SALE The nett event of in-
tercet in connection with our May
White Sale will be a sale of women 's
and men's shoes on the Second Floor.
Foil details of this sale will ap-
pear in The Herald tomorrow afternoon.
MAIL ORDERS Out of town peop'
shook! take advantage of our Ma-.
White Sate. While quantities ar
ample we advise you to get your
orders m now. There is nothing you
need in white that cannot be sup
EL PASO. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MAY 19. 1920
TEXAS' MOST HOMELIKE AND PROGRESSIVE STORE
Helping To Advertise The Days Of White
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Prices have temporarily dropped on Silk Hose so we give customer sthe advantage
LAST WEEK we gave customers the advantage of OU can come tomorrow and buy such standard makes
lower prices on silk piece-goods. Now to add interest as Onyx Phoenix Thomas Brown and other makers
to our May White Sale we offer this Drop Price Sale of silk hose who represent the standard of excellence
Included in some of the lots are "manufacturer's rejects." These hose have some
slight imperfection which in no way affects the appearance or wearing quality.
Our Drop Price S3k Hose Sale enables matrons misses and children to corns
tomorrow and secure an entire summer's supply of s3k hose at great saving.
This Drop Price Silk Hose Sale Ends Saturday Night
We want to impress upon all Popular patrons that it is our opinion that the drop
Price on S3k hose is temporary. We have no reason to believe that we can even
duplicate later in a wholesale way. prices we now offer you. All we know
is that wholesale prices now on silk hose justify us in giving you these reductions.
se we gladly do it
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Misses SilK Hose $1.19
These silk hose are made of pure thread silk of substantial
weight full fashioned leg with lisle garter welt and spliced
neei ana toe. inese come in mack white cordovan grey.
pink and sky a splendid hose For the
growing Miss a May Hosiery Sale
nc cordovan grey
Women's SilK Hose
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Women's pure silk and fiber and silk mixed hose are shown in
black white and a full range of colors. These hare seamed
leg. spliced heel and toe. double garter welt-
hose we could not duplicate at wholesale for die
price we are asking you may Hosiery Safe ;
SilK Hose $1.45
Women's pure silk hose with seamed leg. garter top and spliced
heel and toe come in black white and colors in both plain
ami noelty weaves. These are spe-
cially priced for the May Hosiery Sale
SPECIAL NOTE The various lots are so comprehensive
that we are sure you w31 find just the quality wanted m just
the desired color.
uy at Home
T AST SUMMER hundreds of EI Pasoans de-
layed making purchases until they arrived at
their destination. As a consequence the Popular
supplied their summer needs through the Mail Older
Department because ihep found thai Popular prices
acre in eierf case much lover than prices obkAtable
in other cities. So we advise those who are planning
a vacation to buy liberally now of these hose be-
cause the prices asked at the resorts wii be consider-
ably more than those you can obtain here at home at
Drop Price on Hose ior Men
op HE Aen's Furnishing 'Section adds interest to our Price Drop Sale on hose. The
three following items are lands ond wm save you considerable money.
SILK HOSE 89c
These are fine grade silk
hose with high spneed heel
and toe. They have some
slight lmperlectioBS but
even at that they are great-
ly nnderpneed. They come
in black and white and a
limited number of colors at
the special price S Q .-
per pair of VJ y
LISLE HOSE 65e
For this Fries Drop hose
sale we offer an extra tree
quality silk and mereerued
lisle hose. These come in all
the popular colors of the
eatoo in a full range of
sizes. They are a most -excellent
afue at the Price
Drop Sale price
of per pair
These hose are made of a
fine combed cotton yarn
toe. These urae in black
with high spliced heel and
white tan brown and light
and dark grey in all sizes.
For this Price Drop Hose
Sale these cotton hose are
specially priced 3 1
at 1 TMin for W &
SilK Hose $1.95
Pare $3k hose of durable weight come with full fashioned leg
with Ksk foot and hem top in Mack
while and Ae wanted colors specially
Outsize SilK Hose
Outsize Jfc hose of Onyx make are offered in full fashioned
leg wii s3k Me top and foot. These tfhi " tsa g
come k Mack and white only special 1
for May Hosiery Sale at. per pan- & S
All SilK Hose $2.45
Extra heavy weight thread s3k hose with double garter top
and foot of s3k. with full fashioned leg come in black white.
Cordovas and brown. These hose ww
appeal to those who prefer a super-
quality sik hose special at. per pair
Phoenix-made pure s3k sax for children come with hand cro
cheted tops ribbon run. m white pine and light blue.
4 to 6'2. These are very pleasing styles at a
tremendous reduction. These are offered
this May Hosiery Sale at
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81 1 1
To Advertise The Days Of White
S-WRAPS HALF PRICK
0 FURTHER INCREASE your interest in the May White Sale we have assembled for the balance of the
two special groups of suits and wraps at just half their regular price.
IP HERE are just sixty garments in this special lot.
which includes spoil and full length coats of
rge. tricotine velour polo doth and peach bloom;
capes and dolmans in vejour. serge and suedene. as
a ell as taffeta and satin are offered in garments
hich sold from $25 to $225. These are
Adding Interest to the May White Sale in
Sport Hats at $10
MODEL sport bats from such exclusive shops
as those of Ceeile Rosenbhun Burgesser
and others equally well known. There are charm-
ins: models of soft imported straws Baiavia doth
taffeta georget organdie tricolette. all-ribeon
hats and straw combinations. These come in the
lovely shades of peach blow yellow gold eld
rce jade white light blue light pink black aad
white orange and color combinations. Delicate
titk embroidery brilliant touches of handwork in
raffia yarn or chenille add an artistic note. All
these -beautiful exclusive models jo into this sale
TT HERE are just fifty suits iadaded in this special
" seUiag in such materials as serges gabardine
tricotine. covert and etotle de lame. There are also
mduded a few sport suits. They come k the colors
of tan. sand grey and black and white checks. These
suits sold regularly from $39.50 to $195.00.
Jnvf few -sta-X Ari
Sale of Summer Dresses
"UR enlarged Ready-to-Wear Section in the Downstairs Store is proving
"' of greater service than ever in supplying summer needs -in ready-to-wear.
For the balance of the week we feature four special lots of dresses as follows:
LOT No. 1 Dresses in good styles in
taffeta and taffeta and georget combina-
tions is straight Hue models and some
orersilrt effects simply trimmed are
offered at the remarkably (C
low price of c.
LOT No. 2 These are dresses of light
shades of georget some beaded and em-
broidered and some knife pleated with
dainty ribbon trimming effects. These
are splendid for summer afternoon wear
LOT So. 3 Qiarming dresses of taffeta and georget in the newest models are in
tins assortment. There are georget dresses in the light shades as well as suit
shades and black. The taffetas come in the most wanted colors. Some of them
are handsomely beaded or embroidered the trimmings are ribbons and tiny raf-
fles and the styles are very attractive. j ct & rf" yk
These are priced at tpAfj.OO
JU E ARE OFFERING a beautiful line of mid-summer hats of georget
. organdie and lacy braids. These are shown in whfce flesh pink. rose.
iigni oiue. rrenca piue. lavender and canary. Large floppy hats and medium
ana small nats are in tne showing in every
imaginable shape. These are all offered at
the remarkably low price of
The Drapery Section
FOR the remainder of the week we will continue our setlisg of short lengths of
nets. These remnants contain from 2 to IS yards and offer jast the oppor-
tunity for you to select fabrics for fresh curtains. These nets sold regularly for
from 50c to $2.50 per yard. For the remainder of the week these are offered at
E have a complete line of Wizard
products includintf floor wax.
floor brushes wall dusters short handle
dusters dustless dusters furniture pol-
ish everything for brightening and
deaniog the wood work in the home.
With every purchase of Wizard products
amounting to Jl-50 we will present free
a Wizard dust cloth. One trial of these
products will coniince you that ther.
FOR the remainder of the week we
offer Pabcolin the ideal sani-
tary floor covering at an attractive
price. It is guaranteed to wear as
well as the best printed linoleum and
comes in good colorings and patterns.
We lay Pabcolin free in any room ex-
cept the bathroom at the special price
Square Yard 95c
EOPLE are buying liberally of the
White Sale items in the Down
stairs Store. For the balance of the
week we feature the following:
WE HAVE a splendid assortment of wash skirts
of gabardine pique and some voiles. These
are made in the newest styles with trimmings of pearl
buttons pockets tucks or bias bands. These have
been divided into three lots each one having a good
assortment of styles at prices of
$1.45 $195 and $2.95
Extra Special Wash Skirts $395
T HE majority of people in El Paso have foot trouble
especially during the summer months. We have se-
cured the services of F. H. Gosline a graduate practipedist.
who makes a specialty of relieving foot trouble.
Popular customers are cordially invited to avail themselves of the special service
of Mr. Gosline. This departmest is operated k connection with our Shoe De-
partments on the Second Floor.
2nd Floor. Shoe Section.
Does It Fain
You Right There?
THEN you likely have Metatarsalgia and
need Dr. Scholl's Anterior Metatarsal
Arch Support. Anyhow if your feet bother
you come in and see
F. H. Gosline our
Graduate Foot Expert XaJ
He understands feet and knows just what you need. Having
been trained in the Dr. Scholl Method of Foot Correction
he can show you the way to quick foot comfort.
in. . j&
AN extraordinary offer of high grade skirts of the
best quality of mercerized gabardine pique and a
few voiles. These embody the newest eifects in belts
and pockets and values are
easily up to t we make
them an extra rpedal at
This expert is at your service. Come in and let him look your
feet over and advise you upon their care.
CO 11 11 G " fealare & 'k ratal days of the May White Scle
" a3Z be a Price-Drop Sale of shoes for vomen. m jcj
J . C.jr J-i-.l- jL- l rlf - .i r r - i i t-i - i . r t-i
$ " i u uau a j imj ne jtiu appear ei me neraia i nursaay ana i nc
5L C fZ Timet of Friday morning.
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