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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, 2sTov. 16, 1910.
4- 4' 'f
f WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS.
A beautiful entertainment was given
by the D. A- B. Monday at the Elks'
home. The parlors -were decorated
-with an abundance of -white and pink
chrysanthemums. The meeting -was
called to order promptly at 3 o'clock
by the regent, Mrs. George "Wimbeily,
and a short business session -was held.
Mrs. H. B. Stevens made some remarks
in memory of Mrs. J. P. Mullen, -who
has lately passed away 'and who was
a member of this chapter.
Mrs. E. M. Bray, the registrar, re
ported eight new members who had
been received into the chapter since the
. Mrs. Barnes gave a most interesting
report of the work done by the Silver
City chapter, of which she has been
regent for some time.
After the business session the meet
ing was given over to the committee
for the day, of which Mrs. F. S. Meyer.
was chairman. The social part of the
program was begun with a song,
"Texas," by Mrs. Will Owen in he
usual sweet way.
Mrs. Jos. Spence then read a very
Interesting paper on Thanksgiving, in
which she told of the first Thanksgiv
Intr bv the nilCTim fathers.
Miss Florence Comfort sang a sweet
little Japanese song in Japanese cos
tume. Slips were then passed to all in the
house on which were written senti
ments for Thanksgiving.
A beautiful block made of fine white
bird's-eye maple, most beautifully en
graved, was presented to the chaper
Mrs. Meyer made the presentation
speech and in a most gracious manner
she said the block came from a tree
whose roots had perhaps been nour
ished from the dust of some of the
bravest men of time and whese leaves
might have helped to furnish a shelter
and shade over the immortal head of
Washington when he knelt in prayer
for his starving men.
Mrs. G. W. Kiester designed and
planned the block and Mrs. Meyer se
cured it during her visit to Pennsyl
vania this summer.
Miss Chloe Calhoun played very
beautifully the sextet number from
X,ucia de Lammermoor.
Pumpkin pie with whipped cream
and coffee were, served.
The affair was enjoyed by. 42 mem
bers and guests.
The Sunshine Helpers met last Sa
urday afternoon at the home of Miss
Irene Essinger on Lee street. Several
new "helpers" -were added to the cir
cle and much interest was shown by
both the old and the new members in
the work the circle is doing.
The hostess, assisted by Miss Sarah
Cobb, served delicious refreshments.
Those present were: Mrs. Geo. Brun
aer, Mrs. Morrorw; Misses Justine
Newbrough. Bayne, Kinnon, Critchett,
Seamon, Lerkln, Cobb, Buth Kerr, Es--
singer, Blakesley, and Master Iiarold
The Daughters of the Confederacy
-will meet on next Thursday, November
""il, at Trinity M. E. church.
Mrs. A. P. Averill will be the next
hostess for the Dickens Reading club
on Saturday afternoon.
The music department of the Woman's
club met this afternon at the home
of the president, Mrs. W. R. Brown.
A most pleasing program was given
-under the direction of Mrs. A. F. Sie- i
vers and Mrs. J. J. Xaster.
The Sunshine society is arranging
to give a bazar on December 15. In
addition to the various booths, -Mrs. F.
B. Hollington will be in charge of an
entertainment, which promises to be
The Leaders in Lower Prices and the
Place for Good Groceries, Sold for Cash
Only, at a Saving of from 10 to 15. A
Trial Order Will Show You That We
Mean What We Say.
Kot a Member of the Retail Grocers'
l 7irk-t7C n.livA (from fho rf"1 k
valley) per lb iC
Kens dressed, ey f
j.er lb UC
Oyttm . gr
per jnnt uUL
Home. Made Pork Sausage, -f jf
per lb JLOC
Nice Pork Roast, 2n
per lb ZiJC
Prime Pub Roast,
All kinds of Veal, Pork, Beef. Mut
ton and Poultry. We handle only the
very best Kansas City Meats and
know thev will please you.
HEINZE'S NEW PICKLES
Extra large new Dill Pickles
per dozen . .,
Sour Pickles, medium size,
per dozen ,
per dozen I
Sweet Mixed -Pickles,
per pint -
Sour Mixed Pickles,
MEW DRIED FRUIT
Prunes, extra large, i
2 lbs. for &DC
Prunes, medium size, rt p
3 lbs. for 4&DC
Taney Evaporated Peaches, -fl f
per lb 7 IvC
Fancv Evaporated Apri- -9 ty rr
cots per lb I VC
Very best Cooking Figs, c g
3 lbs. for t &iDC
Very best Seeded Raisins, t g
3 pkgs. for dOC
Very best Recleaned Cur- - f
rants, per pkg J. L? G
Very Lest new Citron, OC
Orange and Lemon Peel. lb. . ferfO C
Xew canned Homurj,
Xew canned Pumpkin,
B & M. Baked Beans, 1-lb.
cans. 3 for
B. & M. Baked Beans, 2-lb.
Extra good grade of Peas,
2 cans for
Cut String Beans,
2 cans for
Extra good Asparagus Tips,
per can .
Baltimore Standard Toma
toes, 2 for
5 gallons Eupion Oil
5 gallons best Gasoline
4 .large rolls Toilet Paper
Brass King Wash Boards
(none better) only
Best Cotton Mops,
Wash Tubs and Pails, all sizes,
Swift's Pride Cleaner,
Large -pkg. Gold Dust
8 bars D. (J. Soap
7 bars Swift's Pride Soap
6 bars Swift's White Soap
4 bars Fells Xapfcha Soap
3 bars Lucy Borax Soap
(large size) for
3 largo pkgs. Grandma Borax
Powder for . .
Blue Ribbon Eggs,
Blue Ribbon Eggs,
2 dozen .
Blue Ribbon Butter,
Blue Ribbon Butter,
Our Fire Sale
has been one of the biggest and best advertise
ments weVe ever had; scores and scores of people
we never saw before have come and gone away
brimful of Blankets and enthusiasm, highly
pleased with the store and values, and now
that it has been such a marked success weVe
decided to continue the sale until Saturday night.
! v "
Order by phone or come to the store. Courteous sales
men to wait on you.
Bell Phone 865, Meat Department. Turkeys, Hens and
Friers. Dressed or Alive.
Wagons Leaye the Store Wagons Leave the Store
8 and 10 A. M. 2 and 5 P. M.
Highland Park and East El Paso Every Thursday.
Eyster's C O. D, Grocery
Oor, Kansas & Boulevard. Leaders in Lower Prices
Pull size Gray Cotton
Blankets with fancv color
ed borders, worth
75c, Sala price
Large size Brown and
Gray Cotton Blankets,
with fancy borders, wortlj
Large size heavy Gray
Mixed Blankets, with fan
cy borders, worth $1.75,
le 1 1
price A J
Pancy Robe Blankets in
pretty colored stripe ef
fects, worth $3, I q
Sale price J. J
Large size heavy and fine
Gray Cotton Blankets.
Sale price. . .
Large size and heavy Bed
Comforts, made of fine
Prencji Sateen, solid cen
ters with handsome bor
ders, worth $3,
Sale price. . .
Extra large White Wool
Blankets with fancy col
ored borders, worth $4.00,
Sale 9 Q
price Jjms J
Large and heavy White
Wool Blankets with fan
cy borders, worth $3.00,
Sale i Qg
price. s j
Pull size silkoline covered
Bed Comforts, well worth
$1.59, Sale j ry g
Large size Bed Comforts,
soft and warm, worth
$2.00, Sale -i a c
price A '27
Pull size Gray Wool
Blankets, heavy and warm,
worth $3.75; Sale y
Prench sateen Bed Com
forts, pretty designs,
heavy, soft and ;elean,
worth $3.50, r
Sale price vV
A FEW OF THE OTHLR UNPARALLELED BARGAINS
fr derson, Merton Lindsey, Maury Kemn
' Britton Davis' Harnett Kins, Ira S
DANCES, f ry, w. K. Marr, TV. P. Eraser Top I
Women 's Wool Union Suits, extra
heavy rib, all sizes, worth
$1.50, Sale price
Women's Union Suits, white and
cream, medium weight, fleece lined
worth $1.00, Sale .
Children's Union Suits, all wool,
light and Heavy weight, all sizes,
worth $l.o0, Sale
Children's Union-Suits and separ
ate garments, heavy fleece lined,
worth 69c, Sale 4R
Hair Switches, black and
wanted shades. Extra-
worth to $4.00,. Spe
Children's Separate Garments and
Union Suits, all sizes, heavj- gj
fleece lined, special at "3
Outing Flannel Garments
Women's Outing Plannel Gowns,
special at 98c, 89c t ?q
and . . k . 33
Misses' and Children's Outing.
Gowns, heavy quality, spe- yf Q
cial at 98c, 65c and ; ..
Children's Outing Plannel Sleeping
Garments, wuth feet, ACk
Special at U
Women's "Knit Shawls and Scarf s5
all wool, white and colored, QQ
worth to $1.00, Sale price &s
OAE OP LOW F5UCE&-
Women's Newport Scarfs, plain,
colors and Persian designs, q
worth to $1.25, Sale price OJ
Women's heavy rib Black Hose,
seamless, all sizes worth 1 JL
20c, Sale price .12
Women's Black Wool Hose, soft
and warm, special quality,
worth 50c, Sale price ,
Women's fine Cashmere
Hose, full regular made su
perior quality, special at. . .
Infants' Wool Hose, fine cashmere,
black, white and colors, worth ry
35c, Sala price JLO
Hair Puffs, black and col
ors, worth 75c, Special at..
All Silk Ribbons, black, white and
colors, widths o 4 inches, worth 25e
a vard, Special
&18 E-Overiand St Special at
Women's Chamoisette Gloves. 2 but
ton, an sizes, worth oOc O E?
! ! .
EL, "PASOAIVS AWAY.
. v :
One of the most elaborate social af-
? Z l v ! v t ! l 2 ! fairs tne season, was the dinner-
i dance given last evening oy .sirs. j. v.
Miss Grace. Peak very charmingly J Williams, and Mrs. J. A. Rapper,
entertained the Sunday school class of j complimentary to Miss Frances Clark.
ifrs. P. J. Rice, of the First Christian I The patio of the beautiful-Williams
church, Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 ( home
m racftrt in i . --. v --. .
Pevton. "Rnwt t?: i, - .OCi' ''uc r. and :urs. w. u. -eaoooy nave
vey, France Moore J Ll' one- east on an extended trip which
- - .x.vo.nictv., wiii include .Kansas Citv. St. .L.OU1S.
Chicago, Pittsburg, Washington, Phil
adelphia, and New York.
oclock. The hours were enjoyably spent
in games and music and the hostess
served a dainty luncheon.
The table was attractively decorated
in the class colors ol red and white,
-with ribbons extending across the
board from cover to cover, while dainty
ferns formed the central decoration.
Only the members of the class were In
Mesdames Charles Gaylord and Wil
liam Graham entertained the women of
the Calvary Baptist church yesterday
afternoon in the church parlors. The
afternoon was spent In arranging tot
the bazaar to be given December 1,
and a social hour and refreshments
The women of the First Presbyter
ian church are arranging to hold their
usual Christmas bazaar on December 8.
The Woman's Aid 'society of the
with a, profusion of peach bloom, Jap
anese lanterns, and palms, a.nd the
affair was an artistic masterpiece in
the completeness of the decorations In
Japantese lanterns were suspended
from the ceiling of the enclosure, the
floor was spread with handsome ori
ental rugs, and palms added to the
pleasing tropical .effect.
The debutante's table occupied the
center of the patio, with the seven
smaller tables grouped around it. Pink
and white were the colors chosen for
the decorative effect, and the tables
were exquisitely adorned in these col
orings. Cluny lace centers and doilies
"Krere nttrnotfvelv nspfl rvpT- ninlr
spreads, and tall cut glass vases filled
with peach blossoms, and surrounded
with tulle, formed the central decora
tion. Pink candles filled the cut glass
candelabra, and the bonbon hfaskets
Rnt"Ei Pa:n ProshvtM-ian church -will accentuated the pink tones.
meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 oclock T The Place cards re dainty fans in
in the church narlors. corner Texas and Japanese design, and the favors were
Lee Darfe, Charles LoomisC A. Beers'
George Wines Paul Hammett. Eugene
Sn ? VI GaIla5er, Allen Rodes,
Ballard Coldwell, Gunther Lessing, R
; TMoss' J- B Vance, Walter Ar
nold J. F. Williams, J. A. Happsr
LieutS. Chnrlpc A rpt...,. tTP1!X '
was enclosed and transformed , Bradason and Joseph C Morrow
veritable Japanese tea garden, J Among the nlan fo. Th.-i, '-.
daj, nothing promises more pleasure
than the dinner dance at the Courrt-v
club on Thanksgiving evening.
..T7' H- Tuttle entertained at a beau-
niuny appointed dinner on
I tiny Japanese narasols. and lanterns.
' ! The dinner was served In six courses,
C. T. TJ. will meet Friday I and between each course a song or
ciuiiie uiuer xurxu ui tiliLtM tciiiimtiiil. wua
evening at the Country club, given to
Mrs. W. S. Tilton. Br 9nV o
T Turner, Dr. and Mrs. B. Ai Wor
sham, and Mrs. F. M. Aguirre.
OUT OF TOWY VISITORS. A
Mrs. M. Cartwright, who was here
to attend the mariage of her son, Rea
gan Cartwright, to Miss Isabel Bran
son, left Sunday evening for her home
at Terrell, Texas.
Mrs. W. R. McKenna, who has been
visiting her sister. Mrs. A Ar -pmi
bury left the last of the week for her
nuine in jviexico City.
Rev. Henry faster went up to Ta
Mesa, X. M., yesterday to hold services.
Mrs. Z. T. White, Mrs. Waters Davis,
Mrs. J. M. Dean, and Mrs. A. P. Coles
form a party -who" are in Xew York
enjoying the grand opera season, which
opened November 14, and also taking
In the horse show being held this
mentary to his mother, Mrs. M. Cart
wright, of Terrell, Texas. Yellow
chrj'sanhemums attractively adorned
the table, from which the delicious six
cqurse menu was served.
Those in the party were: Mrs. M.
Cartwright, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Pickrell, Mr. and Mrs. Reagan Cart
j wright, Mrs. W. P. Head.
i ' "
j. Miss Ruth Critchett entertained very
delightfully on Friday afternoon with
a luncheon and linen shower, compli
mentary to Miss Lenita Harless, who
will be married November 23. to Carl C.
.. T :
afternoon at 3 oclock in the parlors of J
the Y. W. C. A., when Mrs. W. C. Davis
will preside. A talk on state conven
tion happenings will be given by the
president, Mrs. M. I. Golden.
A letter from the state superintend
ent of "Sabbath Observance" will be
read, and a talk on "The Needs
of El Paso" will be made by Mrs. J.
W. Hadlock. Mrs. J. T. Rowe will also
give a paper on "The Needs of El
A paper on the most important fea
ture of the W. C. T. H. work will be
given by Mrs. J. F. Cox.
COI.DS ARE CONTAGIOUS.
You have noticed that at certain
seasons a great many people have
eclds. It is merely a sort of epidemic,
cue person catching cold from anoth
er. When you have a cold you ought
to cure It as quickly as possible, both
for the sake of your own health and
the people about you. White's Cold
Tablets cure a cold -quickly and safe
ly. Where a cough is also present.
White's White Pine and Tar Is sooth
ing. Both these remedies made and
sold by Scott White & Co., Prescrip
tion Druggists, 204 Mills street.
given by the guests. W. K. Marr gave
a monolog, and Tocal selections were
Iven by Mrs. Marguerite Buckler
Stevenson, Miss Gertrude Ellis and W.
The entire lower floor -was cleared
for the dancing, which followed the
dinner. Throughout the apartments
the ohrYKftn them um
nh" ", jxiiB uum u,e national convention of
--" rne Home M ce nnon. ct.. . ..
Chrysanthemums and ferns were up- Methodist church, which she attended
J. H. Henning of Roswell, N. M., is
in tne uny Visiting ftis
Charles T. Race.
Mrs. W. W. Jourdin has as her guest
Miss E. M. Lyons of Palo Alto Cal.
Mrs. J. H. Parsons of Tacoma, Wash
who has been visiting Dr. Ida Bishop
for a few days, will leave this evening
for her home. Mrs. Parsons is rotm
decoration was j ing from the national conventu
I mc j,uits missionary society of the
on iaoies anu manteis, ano wail vases at Buffalo i v c tci , ..
-nrere fillerJ -nrfth h hlnnm OnuTilHrtt! V .V . "uual xureau
secretary ior Alaska. Mrs. Pars
formerly resided in El Paso, was at
one tlmp nrociilorit r. i, ttt .
Stationed behind a screen of palms, j club, and is well known here.
of palms and ferns were also effect
The beautiful mesh bags, both in gold"
and silver Snyder Jewelry Co.
Concha's band played during the din
ner, and for the dancing, which followed.
Included in the guest list were: Mis-
Mrs. W. E. Grey is visiting her
daughers, Mrs. E. R. Thomlin and
Mrs Rnmitol "Rffn f om -. -
XST.SrSb.ii? . Nort ?reson stieet A "
da Race, Carolyn Payne, Ruth Me
Curdy, Virginia Semple, Aileen Hague,
Kathrine Coles, Anna Shelton, Rena
Coldwell, Gertrude Ellis, Gladys Dyer,
Fannie Henning, Ethl White, Maud
Austin, Agnes Eadie, Josephine Clard;--,
Elizabeth Barton, HallLe Irvin, Ethel
Walz, Clara Hague, Anna Grace Ellis
Kathleen Myles, Mrs. Leila T. Moore,
Mrs. Marguerite Buckler Stevenson,
Mrs. Josephine N. Morfit, Mrs. Lula
H. Montmorency; Messrs. Ralph Hen-
After a two months visit with her
cousin. Miss Marian Campbell, Miss
Marian McCandless left Thursday for
a visit at Guanajuato. Mexico, befnro
j returning to her home in Illinois.
After a two months' visit in Tyler,
Mineral Wells and San Antonio, Edgar
Love has returned to the city to spend
a short itme with his, daughter, Mrs.
W. I. Watson, before going on to his
home in Tucson, Ariz.
Victor C. Moore left Tuesday even
ing for his old home at Austin, Tex.,
where he will visit his father, judge
E. T. Moore, and transact legal busi
Mrs. J. H. Nations, who is spend
ing a few days at their ranch, will re
turn the first of the week to attend
the charity ball. Mrs. Z. T. White,
of the invitation committee, will also
return from New York in time for the
Miss Carolyn Lea Hayes left Tues
day morning for a visit of several
weeks with friends in Douglas, Ariz.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McNarj' will
leave Thursday fqr New York for the
grand opera season.
& DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS.
4- 4"-5-5 4- "5'4'
Allen Rodes and George Mansfield
entertained Monday eveninc at the
home of Mrs. E. C. French, at a beau
tifully appointed dinner complimentary
to three charming visitors, Miss Eliza
beth Barton, Miss Lillian Newton and
Miss Dorothy Kinney.
In the floral decorations chrysanthe
mums adorned the center of the table,
and the attractive bonbon dishes were
also in chrysanthemum design.
The delicious menu was served In
eight courses. Included in the guest
list were: Misses Elizabeth Barton,
Anne Lee Gaines, Dorothy Kinney, Lil
lian Newton, Frances Clark, Maul
Austin, Lucy Werne; Messrs. Francis
Gallagher Joe Wadlington, Harry I tne Badger state, left yesterday on his
iiaiu"'b' ," ". -"-aipn xienoerson. return to the southwest. He will visit
Afll-n-oiiVoa nr C.Yiirafr hpfnrs return
A . Ji.t-i.... -. . 1 . ci.i.v. i...v w..-o --
a veiy ueugnuui dinner was given
by Mr. Sprague, of Boston, at the
Country club Friday evening. Covers
were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pot
ter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crowder, Mr.
and Mrs. Shumate, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Thurston and W. O'Donald.
The autumn tints of red, yellow and
brown prevailed In the decorations of
the table. Yellow chrysanthemums
formed the centerpiece, and the drawn
work cover was strewn with autumn
1 leaves. The pretty gifts of linen were
hidden around the centerpiece of
chrysanthemums, and effectually cov
ered with autumn leaves, and at the
conclusion of the luncheon, the "bride
elect was asked to pull the ribbons
to which the dainty gifts were at
tached. A most pleasing book com
piled by the guests was also presented
to the bride-elect.
In addition to the honor guest, those
present were: Misses Eleanor Eubank,
Josephine Silva, Irene Essinger, Mar
guerite Kinnon, Sadie and Ruth Kerr,
Elizabeth, Ada and Chloe Goff, Robert
son, Hazel Harvey, Donna Truesdale,
Delia Eggers, Doris Eggers, Amy
Schutz, Bertha Hale, Meta Kelly, Mary
Lewis, Lauramaud Fink.
EL PASOANS RETURNING.
Mrs. J. F. Crosby and
Misses Josephine and Ynidita, have re
turned from an all summer visit in
After a five months visit in New
York city, master Phillip Millspaugh
has returned home.
Clyde V. Nafe has returned from a
Short trip to Chicago.
' Mrs. Courtney A. Camp and two
children returned the first of the week
from a six weeks' visit with the for
mer's sister, Mrs. W. A. Wilson, of
Dr. A. E. Lauson, who has spent
several weeks in Rochester, Minn.;
Galesville. "Wis., and other points in
LYSANDER JOHN'S -
By Frances L. Garside.
; v v . v -v v v v .
YSANDER JOHN APPLETON
went home one evening in perfect
health. He got off the car ten
blocks from his destination that he
might enjoy the exhilaration of the
walk, and as he swung along, it was
with a feeling of contentment, good
will toward all mankind, and the happy
anticipation of an evening to be spent
quietly with his newspapers.
He had to leave home early in the
morning, and his evenings were his
only opportunities for quiet reading,
and when he thought of the joy auead
of him he quickened his stride.
But the moment he caught sight of
his wife when he entered the house,
his barometer fell, for her hair was m
The dinner looked good, and Lysan
der John was hungry, but realizing
that a desperate situation must be met
w,ith desperate means, he refused to
eat, and bowed his head on the table
with a groan.
"What's the matter?" asked his wife,
"are you sick? And just when I had
arranged to take you over to a neigh
bor's to play cards?"
"I would like to go with you,"
groaned her husband, "but I am a very
sick man. I have nnnPTif)ioif) Ar-u
head is whirling. I have a touch of I
the gout. My arms are full of rheu- J
matism. I have lumbago and plurisy j
and feel an attack of nneumonin. com-
ing on. I am afraid I will not live
till morning, but don't let that keen
daughters, j you from your card game. I can stay
charge of the business Tuesday. 2tfr.
uooper is well known in El Paso.
Dr. CreTrger, eye, ear, nose and throat
602 .rcio Grande Bldg.
ON OUR 23c
Sliced Cccoanut Bar
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE wiU
at our fountain.
a S. PICKSELL, Mgr.
.06 N. Ciegon St Phee 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
ing to his home at Anthony, N.
above El Paso.
Mrs. E. K. Talbot, who has Ween
I in southern California for several
months, will return to El Paso the
first week in December.
Reagan Cartwright entertained at a
charmingly appointed dinner on Friday
evening at the Harvey house, compli-
If you haven't a Thermos Bottle in
your house you ought to have a Ther
mos Jar Snyder Jewelry Co.
"I won't leave you," said his wife.
indignantly; " it shall never be said I
of me that I let my husband die
Half an hour later Lysander John,
wrapped in hot blankets, moved his
feet from a hot water bag that was'
blistering them, tugged uneasily at a!
mustard plaster on his side, adjusted
the bandage on his head, and peeping ' ffff WOMtt PtUitry'FMd MamflilWto
winked feebly at his son, Chauncey
Devere, who had been left in the room t
to watch him while his wife prepared
six onion poultices, and said:
"At least rhis beats playing cards
at the neighbor's. I can stay at
B ' "' aBmmmamE m
COSGRO GOES TO MEXICO;
COOPER MADE MANAGER.
John T. Cosgro, for two years man
ager of The Allls-Chalmers company.
a San Francisco street supply house,
nas gone to Mexico City, where he
will take the management of the com
pany's establishment in that city.
J. B. Cooper, who has been con
nected with the machinery house in El
Paso for five years, and who has been
assistant manager for the past two
years, has been annnlntod in o.,.,.t
. Mr. Cosgro in El Paso and o-3.,
iithtwerid, Try a &at rf Wt fetfi
DilClUA ef8ATiU CCTB I
Mk$ Kms Lay
PURINA CHICK FEES
Savts Baby Ckkks
tftetys te &MfcttlMni Baft)
FOR SALE BY
0". G. SEET0N
EL PASO THEATRE
I ailp'h Lawrence & Sandusky Present
kailgll The ew York Belasco Theatpr Surr
About College Men and Cowboys, by Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong
w. uui, in -?i.vj. oaie di aears at tha r'-r-QTTT-Fnwj
THURSDAY, NOV. 17
t;tfAWFORD THEATRE I ever y night I
iatQ-i3AiaWUN STOCK CO. THIS WEEK
"LPYf: BfHIMO A THRONE" Prices Always 15c, 25c. 35c: Boxes 56c
xg otocg oompany That Has Ever Played El Paso. Matinees, Wed., Sat., Sun.
EXTRA ADDED FEATURE Tonight
TSle. .!!PLrSLc,e Pantng '-SHADOW OF THE CROSS"
: Exhibited Throughout the World at 25c But Fre at fiwwfnri n,Mfr nw-i..
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