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EL PASO HERALD
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Have t'ou ever had any trouble
with your shoes? If you did we
reconinend the 'gun metal leather
shoes, as they are not only servi&e
ahle but also elegant.
TherVome in medium or the broad toe
"bulldog" pattern shoe "with short
vamps $3.50 and $4.00
Gun Metal Button shoes with Cloth top,
in medium or "bulldog toes," short
1 Tamps, Goodyear welted. .$3.50 and $4.00
These Gun Metal Button Shoes all have
'GREATEST SHOE STORE
Not Best Because Largest,
ED FASOAXS RETURNING.
Dr. and Mrs. L. G. WItherspoon
ar? expected to arrive SwUnfs
from their bridal trip, K
spent NIn Chicago, and at adjacent
point, N ,
TV o. Davis returned home Monday
from a month's trip through Louis
tana. m m
Air. and Mrs. J- C. Jefford are
again at home after a visit or several
weeks at their old home in Chatta
Lamar Davis will return the end of.
the week from a visit to the Davis
plantation, near Bryan, Tex.
Kenneth D. Oliver will return the
last of the week from a trip through
Miss Marguerite McGinnis has re
turned home after a few days visit to
Las Cruces, I. M.
From the School of
do not hesitate to go on record as
endorsing without reservation the
theory of the economy of tailored
clothes. When a man has once
felt the full benefit of a fair
trial he Is unreserved in his ap1
preciation. A fair trial is a single
trial. One of our tailored suits is
all that is needed in this school of
experience. The beauty of ma
terial used and the individuality
of workmanship is an irresistible
combination. The experience is
not dear for they cost no more
than the other kind.
Wedo automobile repairing
of all kinds do it properly
and reasonably. Once yon
entrust your machine in our!
hands for repairs, you will
be contented to do so there
after, for the work We do
cannot be equaled elsewhere.
We would like an opportun
ity to prove this assertion.
Accessories and Supplies
615 No. Campbell St.
M. B. Christy, Mfifr. Both Phones
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but Largest Because Best.
A pleasing Thanksgiving entertain
ment was given this afternoon by the
children of the Lamar school, when tha
following program was rendered:
Reading of the President's Proclama
tion Kent Heffron.
Song "November days": School.
Recitation "When the Frost is On
the Pumpkin Gilbert Newsome.
Recitation "Pumpkin Pie" Ida Cur
ry. Recitation "Thanksgiving is Com
ing" Lola Bess Smith.
Songs (a) '"The Golden Rod;" (b)
"The Turkey's Thanksgiving;" (c) "A
Little Child's Prayer" Kindergarten.
Recitation "The Pilgrim Maid"
Clarlta Wright, Edith Sidebotham,
Marion Powell, Corinne Boyd, Zelia
Recitation "The Reason Why"
Recitation "Give Thanks for What?"
Solo "Thanksgiving at the Old
Home1 Julia Schuster.
Recitation "Thanksgiving at the
Farm" Katherine Mansell.
Song "Battle Hymn of the Repub
'Recitation "A Thanksgiving Hymn"
Jim Vance, Clyde Gillette, George
Bovee. Claude Gillette. Lelia Temple,
Jean Strickland, Gladys Mansell. " -
Rcitation "Thankful Hearts"
Wendell Carton, Helen Beatty, Philip
Henderson, Cynthia Kerr, Theila Hardy.
Song (Responsive) "Watchman Tell
Us of the Night" 7th and 8th grades.
Solo "The Children's Hosanna"
Recitation "Abou Ben Adhem"
Bible Selection From 13th chapter
First Corinthians School.
Song The Lord is My Shepherd"
Recessional 7th and Sth grades.
Song "My Country 'Tis of Thee"
EL PASOAXS AWAY.
Mrs. Ralph Loomis is visiting Mxs.
M. H. Webb for a few days.
H. R. Gamble has gone to Las Cru
ces on a short business trip.
I Dr. and Mrs. TV. L. Brown -are
spending a few weeks visiting in Tuc
Mrs. J. H. Russell left Monday for
Boston to join her son. En route she
will spend Thanksgiving with friends
in Kansas City.
M.'and Mrs. A. F. Sievers left this
morning to spendi Thanksgiving at the
Bailey ranch, near Las Cruces.
Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Worsham left
Sunday evening for a fortnight's visit
Dr. Frank Lynch is in Palestine,
Tex., attending the meeting of tho
T. A Falvey is in Los Angeles on a
short business trip.
THOUGHT MOOX OX FIRE
AXD TURXS IX FIRE ALARM
Blsbee, Ariz Nov. 23. Because he
mistook the moon for a fire, a Bisbee
man turned in a fire alarm last night.
Also Coughs, Colds, Croup
and Sore Throat
Kelley & Pollard guarantee HTOMEI
(pronounce it High-o-me) to cure ca-
( tarrh, acute or chronic; to curecolds,
coughs, croup andisore throat, or money
In cases of deafness caused by ca
tarrh, tnere is no remedy so efficient.
HTOMEI Is a llQuld extracted from
the eucalyptus trees of Australia, and
Is a soothing, healing, germ killing
A complete HTOMEI outfit consist
ing of a bottle of HTOMEI and an In
destructible hard rubber pocket In
haler costs $1.00. For treating catarrl"
or any throat or nose ailment, pour a
few drops Into the Inhaler and breathe
That's all you have to qo, and as th
air passes through the inhaler it be
comes Impregnated with antiseptic
HTOMEI and this soothing, healing an
as It passes into the lungs reaches everj
particle of the inflamed membrane, killi
the germs and heahs the raw, sore ca
If you now own a HTOMEI inhale:
you can buy an extra bottle of HTOMEI
for only 50 cents at Kelly & Pollard'i
or druggists everywhere.
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Mrs. J. E. Bowen entertained at the
second of a series of enjoyable bridge
parties given in honor of her niece,
Miss Ada May Lindop, of Dallas.
Yellow and green, was the attract
ive color scheme developed in the dec
orations with quantities of chrysan
themums and smilax. The refreshment
table was most alluring with its hand
some spread of Battenberg lace, and
central decorations of yellow chry
santhemums and smilax.
Delightful refreshments were served,
and the guests who enjoj'ed the occa
sion -ivere: Mr. and Mrs. William
Cady, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dubose, Mr.
and Mrs. T. M. Quebedeaux, Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Hawley, Mr. and Mrs.
George C. Wimberlej-, Mr. and Mrs.
Neeley, Dr. and Mrs. F. P.. Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Broaddus, Mr.
and Mrs. Winston Pettus, Miss Flor
ence Comfort, Dr. B. F. Clutter, D.
In the bridge games Miss Florence
Comfort was the fortunate winner of
the first prize, and William Cady se
cured the first prize for the men. The
consolations were awarded to H. W.
Broaddus and Mrs. A. L. Hawley.
Miss Frances Mayfield delightfully
entertained at cards last evening
complimentary to her cousin. Miss
Adele Hayne, of South Carolina. Dain
ty refreshments were served from the
small tables at the close of the games.
Mrs. A. H. Butler will entertain on
next Tuesday at bridge.
A pleasant social affair of the week
was the bridge party given last even
ing in honor of Miss Ada May Lindop.
at which Miss Chloe Calhoun was the
Chrysanthemums, in pink and white,
developed a most attractive color
scheme in the decorations, and dainty
refreshments were served from, tho
Three handsome prizes "were given
a gold hat pin to the young woman
making the higjiest score, and a silver
pen knife as a first prize for the men.
Miss Ada May Lindop received the
guest prize. Those enjoying the affair
were: Misses Hattie May Loretz, Es
sie Plunkett. Eliza Holloway, Meddie
Kelly, Jessie Mitchell, Flora Camp
bell. Theo Patterson; Messrs. Herbert
Hunter, C. L. Sirmans, Ted Bippus,
Robert Hall. Birs Holman, Clint Bal
lard, Russell Mitchell. Abe Bargeman,
E. C. Prentiss: Mrs. J. E. Bowen, Mr.
and Mrs. William Cady.
Mrs. W. R. Brown was the last
hostess for the Friday High Five club.
Mrs. F. E. Hunter will entertain the
club this week.
Miss Hallie Irvin was the hostess for
tho Wednesday Bridge club this after
noon. The Girls' Thursday -Bridge club
will be entertained tomorrow at the
home of Miss Pauline Sprinz.
Mrs. H. T. Safford very pleasantly
entertained yesterday afternoon at
bridge, complimentary to her guest.
Miss Edythe Bailey, of Globe, Ariz.
Miss Lucille Smith sequred the first
prize, the second went to Miss Essie
Darbyshire, and Miss Bailey received
the guest prize.
At the close of the games dainty re
freshments were served to the guests
who were: Misses Lucille Smith, Essie
Darbyhire. Milda Connolly, Clover
Chackelford, Evaline Belk, Loretta
Brick, Rena Coldwell. Julia Coldwell,
Aileen Hague. Adine Noake, Lily Mc
Farland. Kate Adams. Mrs. H. E.
Christie, Mrs. Henry, FrUT Miss Mil
dred Nile, Miss Madge Brick.
Mrs. Park Pitman very pleasantly
entertained on Saturday afternoon
complimentary to her children, when
a large number of their little friends
gathered and spent several joyous
hours. Games, dancing and recitations
were among the afternoon pleaures.
The Pitman home was prettily decor
aled with pink chrysanthemums, and
the table from which refreshments
were served was strewn with a pro
fusion of autumn leaves.
Miss Rebecca Rowland, of Las "Ve
gas, is a visitor in El Paso, at the
home of her sister, Mrs. Mary Hamil
ton, on North Florence street. She was
the guest of honor at a function last
Thursday afternoon, given by Mrs. W.
L. Crockett, of 1007 North Campbell
The house looked beautiful. Many
bouqets of different colored chrysan
themums filled the handsome vases.
"When re'freshments were served MIsi
Rowland was assigned the place at the
head of the table. Mrs. Crockett had
suggested that each guest bring a re
membrance for the houoree. These
gifts were tied daintily with ribbon
and placed beside her plate. At the
bidding of the hostess. Miss Rowland
proceeded to open the packages and
for a short time she was in' the condi
tion of the Great African Hunter,
when he heard the news of the recent
election, but she was soon equal to
the occasion and in a bright, happy
way expressed her appreciation.
The guests enjoyed an elegant four
All the guests, with one exception,
formerly lived in New Mexico. They
were: Mrs. W. E. Robertson, Mrs.
John H. McCutchen, Mrs. Heil ;Hale,
Mrs. Marj' Hamilton, Mrs. Rowland
Gilchrist, Miss Rebecca Rowland and
Mrs. I. C. Dempsey.
Miss Virginia German was the
charming hostess who very pleasantly
entertained a number of friends on
The iioui?e u-s prct.:iy ic-o-nled
withh chrysanthemums, ferns and
smilax. One of the attractive decora
tive features was the archway of ferns
in which the word "Seniors" wari
worked over the green with yellow
The hostess was assisted in receiv
ing and entertaining her guest by Mr. .
and Mrs. T. A. German and Mrs.
Dancing was enjoyed, the grand
march being led by Miss Eula Cobb
and J. W Curd. Dainty refreshments
were served to the guests, who vwre:
Misses Maybelle Bryan, Maud Rohmer,
Elsie Shelton, Jimmie Brooks, Mar-
gurite Darbyshire, Mary Duden, Lou
ise Sisterman, Harriet Ellis , Bura
Hendricks, Annie Laurie Sullivan,
Freida Rheineheimer, Kathrine Har
per, Marian Bowden, Frances Carr,
Margaret Kinnon, Lillie Mae Clark,
Flora Campbell, Eula Cobb, Mary I.
Stanton, Isabel Kelly, Helen German;
Messrs. Vernon Lyman, Earl Teaguc,
Richard McHattou, Norman Morris,
Vestor Lucien, Ray Campbell, Bernard
Hill, Edwin Moore, Aitken Bowen,
Clark Wright, Harold Kilburn. Alex
Wallls, Will Mundy, Robert Hoover,
Francis Collins, V. S. Rogers, J. W.
Curd, B. F. Thomas, J. W. Frank,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Anthony, Mrs.
J. D. Berry.
A merry party of young people mo
tored down to Tsleta Saturday even
ing to an informal dance given at Val
ley Inn by Miss Vera Pool, complimen
tary to her week-end house guest,
Miss Tulia Pool. Mrs. W. D. Lansden
chaperoned the party which included
Misses Bertha, Mary, Vera and Julia
Pool, Verda Chamberlain, Mildred .Tar
rett. Frances Mayfield and Messrs.
Thomas M. Mayfield, L. O. Cowan, B.
M. Cowan, R. S. Marshall. Jervis
Deane,. Percy Peterman, R. E. King,
Ray K. Smith.
OUT OF TOWX VISITORS.
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Mrs. Daniel Carr and daughter, Miss
Rena, of Seattle, Wash., are the guests
for a short time of Mrs. Nora Booth
and Mr. 'and Mrs. R. B. Stevens.
Mrs. Mary Hamilton has as her
guest, her sister. Miss Rebecca 'Row
land, of Las Vegas, N. M.
Abby de Avirett will arrive in the
city tomorrow from nearly a year's
musical study abroad, and will spend
three days visiting his mother, Mrs.
Lizzie Avirett, before going on to his
home in Long Beach. Cal.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Madigan, of
New Tork. who are on their bridal
tour, ( are spending a few days in the
, Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Davis, who
have spent the last three months in
El Paso, have returned to their homo
at Many, La. v
After a month's sojourn with their
son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Lorentzen, Mr. and Mrs. John
Lorentzen will return to their home iu
Detroit, Mich., this week.
Mrs. J. W. Norvell has visiting her,
Miss Aiiy Wheeler, of Springfield, O.,
who will spend some time here.
Mrs. John C. McNarj is in to"wn for
a few days from her home near Be
rino, N. M.
After a delightful four months visit
I with her brother and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Dyer, Miss Gladys Dyer
left last evening for her home in Wa
Mrs. J. H. GraTson. of Bisbee.
Ariz., is spending several weeks in the
city, as the guest of Mrs. Edward
Miss Adele Hayne, ,of South Caro
lina, is in the city for a few days vis
iting her cousin, M:st Frances May
field. Miss Hayne Is returning to her
home from an exteir'iTe tour of Japan,
and the Philippines
Mrs. R. E. Muore. who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. A. G. Wil
cox for several ''weeks. left this morn
ing for home in Glebe, Ariz.
Mrs. H. P. Field, who has been vis
iting her niece, 'Mi. E. C. French,
will leave tomorrow for her home in
Rabbi M. Faber is in the city from
Tyler, Tex., in the interest of the so
ciety of B'nai B'rith. Tie is visiting
with rabbi Martin Zielonka.
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Send Name aiH Address Today
-You Can Have It Free and
Be Strong" and Vigorous.
I have in my possession a precarlp
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weakened man hood, failing memory
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gend a copy of the prescription free of
charge, In a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write m
This prescription comes from phy
sician who has made a special study of
men and I am. convinced It is the surest
J acting combination, ior the cure of de-
ncieiiL mu-iiiiuivi i.mi Usui laiiur ever
I think I owe It to my fellow man
to send them a copy In confidence so
that any man anywhere who Is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I
believe f the quickest acting restora
tive, up d eliding, SPOT TOUCHING
remedy ever devised, and so cure him
self at home quietly and quickly. Juat
drop me a line like this: Dr. A. B.
Robinson, 4049 Luck Building. Detroit.
Mich., and I will send you a copy of
this splendid recipe In a Plain ordi
nary envelope free of charge. A rreat j
many doctors would charge ?3.00 te
J5.00 for merely writing out a prescrip
tion like thin but I cend It antlraly
g Thanksgiving Day g
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The annual charity ball by the Wo
man's Charity association will ta2te
place at the Toltec club tonight, and
Kvill be a brilliant affair. The annual
ball is the principal source of rev
enue for the charity, and almost the
total receipts from sale of tickets go
directly to the work of relieving wo
men and children sick or in distress.
The ball will be a brilliant social
event, as always, and the the Toltec
club ball room and reception suite
will be beautifully decorated for the
occasion. Subscriptions have been re
ceived as follows:
Mr. and Ms. H. C.Myles, Dr. and
Mrs. P. H. Brown. Frank J. Turner.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold (JTrelitz. Dr. and
Mrs. W. L Brown, George E. Freeman.
Mrs. S. E. Wooten. Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
Woodside. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde F.
Holmes, J. C. Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. O.
H. Baum. Dr. H. H. Stark. Robin Gould.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Primm. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Cook. Dr. and Mrs. J. B.
Gray, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crombie, W.
C. White, H. B. Wagner. Mr. and Mrs.
G.. F. Hawks. Milton C. Shedd. Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Thurston. John M.
Wyatt. M. Coblentz, Mr. and Mrs. James
H. Parker. Mr. and Mrs. B. MIchelson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Race. Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. C. Wimberly. Mr. and Mrs.
John B. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Morrow. Dr. and Mrs. M. P". Schuster,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Earle. Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Rand, Mrs. Alice Pomeroy, Mrs.
A. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Freu
denthal., Miss Grace- V. Logan, Mrs.
C. N. Buckler, Mrs. Marguerite Buckler
Stevenson. IT. P. Story, Mr. and Mrs.
James R- Harper, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Kelly. Mrs. Effie P. Walz, Mrs. Lydia
S. Christy, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Ed
wards, Peyton F. Edwards. Dr. and
Mrs. J. A. Pickett, L L. Lehman. Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Coles, Mr. an I Mr. J.
F, Coles, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Coles, Mr.
and Mrs. Claiborne Adams. R. M.
White. Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Bray. Mr.
and Mrs. August G. Andreas. Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Andreas." Mr. and Mrs. S.
Aronstein. A. H. Rodes. Mr. and Mrs.
V. P. Safford, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dick,
Scott C. White, Mr. and , Mrs. W. L.
Tooley, Armour & Co., Mr. and Mrs.
Courtland E. Kellogg, 's. C. Patton, J.
A. Bradshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A.
Fox. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Buie. Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Clayton. Messrs. and Mes
dames W. H. Austin. H. W. Broad- :
dus. W. .Cooley. R. C. Canby, John L.
Dver. W. C. Davis. H. KIchwaia. a.
Krakauer, H. B. Stevens G. R. La
Baron. A. Schwartz. Jos. E. Spence,
Parvin Witte. D. T. White. Geo. E.
Wallace. J. Calisher. T. Thatcher. Jos.
Sweeney. W. L. Gaines, Lamar Davii
F. R. l?obin. A. Courchesne, H. T. Pons
ford, E. Move. Jos. Zelman. Mrs. Guy
Hammett, Mrs. Lolla T. Moore. Mrs.
E. B. Fatman. Miss H. Grace Frank
lin. Maj. J. H. Sutherland. Lieut. F. M.
Brabson. Lieut. R. S. Coles. Messrs. Max
Move. James Vance. A. H. Loizeau. W.
C. Harvie, Henri Letord, W. G. Walz.
Robert L. Holliday. W. E. Arnold, m!
Schwartz, W. T. Downing. A. H. Gold
stein, Paul Hammett, Robert Krak-
I fanai t . - ..-., t. ,-ir- -Mr, u fa '
I K j Ml BSFTrSI&0 IMS! B9B f
i 1 he Art or Framing Jfwi
Rules are made, only to be broken. Some pictures need to have their dominant
colors repeated in the frame. With other pictures, the law of "harmonious con
trast" must be observed.
The Felilman ''Frame Shop" is equipped to meet ain and all conditions. We have more than
500 sizes and pattern in ready made iranies. and moic-than 500 patterns of mouldings.
Many of our mouldings are in the "raw" and are toned and .finished to harmonize with the
picture after the frame is joined. " (
The foreman of the Frame Shop has been with us seven yearsr. He likes his job,
understands what kind of work we want, and, usually pleases us and our
Mr. Feldman gives personal attention to this department, and inspects all work before de
livery is made. Quality in material, harmonious selections and careful workmanship must
'be combined in every frame that bears the Feldman name.
It is impossible to have good pictures on your walls unless they are framed. El
Paso dust soon ruins them otherwise. Suppose this Christmas you have a pic
ture framed for a friend. A little finesse and you "can abstract a favorite print.
It will be a pleasant surprise Christmas morning with all its beauties brought out
and enhanced lay a Feldman frame.
Fotografs for Christmas
Absent relatives will be glad to receive at Christmas a Feldman Fotograf of
you. Have it taken now, before the rush of Christmas preparations absorbs all
your time. Then, too, as Dec. 25th draws nearer the days grow shorter and the
Please Make Appointment for Sitting
Out-of -Town Orders for Framing Filled Promptly
The terrible diseases of the eye that come
from prolonged neglect and abuse, the op
tician cannot cure. These are the field of
the eye-surgeon. But the organ's minor
troubles these are the optician's domain.
And it is the minor troubles that, neglected,
unchecked, become major troubles. It is a
small matter one of life's minor details
to have one's eyesight regularly tested. But
what suffering it may save ! It is the little
things of life that eventually count, for
weal or woe.
El Paso Optical Co.
auer. J. J. McCourt. W. K. Marr, Wal
ter H. Scott. Nathan Solomon, Dr. and
Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. B., B. Bailey. Mrs.
Josephine Morfit, B. Blumenthal and
brother, E. Morrow. Albert Mathias,
Mrs.J. C. Lackland. Mrs. Harry Lack
land. Walter L. Kohlberg. Mrs. Katie
Marr, Merton Lindsay, Frank Powers,
Mr. and Mrs.H. D. Slater, Mr. and
Mrs. William Garvin, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Boas. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bray,
Mrs. E. Kohlberg, S. C. Awbrey, Dr.
C. P. Brbwn, M. Calisher, Mr..and Mrs.
Douglas C. Crowell, N. R, Crozier, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred J. Feldman. Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Harris, Dr. Leslye Hyde, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Leavell. Mr. and Mrs. F. S.
Meyer. Joseph Magoffin, Mr. and Mrs.
James G. McNary. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Mundy. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mundj-, Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Martinez, Mr. and Mrs.
Will T. Owen. "Mrs. Adine T. Owen. Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Port, Mr. and Mrs. E.
E. Perrenot, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Peti
colas, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Searle, Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Simmons, Col. and Mrs.
A C. Snarpe. W. V. Sterling, Mr. and
Mrs. A. M Walthall. F. M. Murchison,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stewart, rabbi Mar
tin Zielonka. Mr. and Mrs. W. R.
Thurton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfaff.
Edgar E. Campbell, Mrs. Bertha S. Hen
derson. J. C. Peyton, Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Momsen. Mrs. R. F. Campbell. Mrs. A.
W. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. L. H- Vallery.
C. D. Freeman, J. Weiss. L. N. Hell, M.
B Davis. T. M. Quebedeaux, Mr. and
Mrs Van C. Wilson. Miss Mamie Sex
ton. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hoyt, E. A.
Rooss, R.-M. Henderson. Dr. and Mrs.
J A. Rawlings, Lieut. Chas. A. Thuis.
Robert A. Moore, R. S. Marshall, Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Porter, H. G. Sharp,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weckerle. Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. G. Sauer, Dr. James B. Bra
dy. Adrian Pool.
The grand marcli will be led by may
or C. E. Kelly and Mrs. Van C. Wiloi.n,
president of the Charity association.
Hot Chocolate wifi whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
Mr. and Mrs. James Munsey. 80;
Roosevelt street. announce the en
gagement of their sister. Miss Lily W.
Brown, to Sidney J. Hockett. The
wedding will take place the latter
part of December. Miss Brown has
lived in El Paso several years and the
groom is connected with the El Paso
& Southwestern railway.
The marriage of Miss Lenita B. Har
less and Louis C. LeVeaux will occur
this evening at 7:45 oclock In the
sacistry ofv the Immaculate Concep
tion church. A large number of friend
will attend the ceremony, at which
Rev. father Roy will officiate.
Miss Elizabeth Jardin and Frank
Thompson were quietly married Fri
day evening at 8 oclock, at the parson
age of rhe First Presbyterian church.
Rev. C. L. Ovrstreet officiating. Tht
bride is from British Guiana, South
America, and has been here only a
short time.vThe groom is an El Paso
an. and connected with the El Paso
Southwestern railroad. The newly
wedded couple have taken a house on
Myrtleavenue, and will make their
J ADVANCE NOTICE.
We will have for the holidays a well
i selected line of leather goods, toilet
J goods. fine perfumeries, stationery
j and other Items that are especially wel-
come Christmas gifts. -Scott "White &
j Co., Prescription Druggists, 204 Mills
j Manicuring hair dressing seals
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ufacture. Elite Parlors, 6 and 7 Ste
Thanksgiving dinner at
the St. Regis, $1.09.