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The greatly reduced prices at which we are now selling our entire stock of
Ladies', Boys' and Girls' Shoes offer an opportunity for economy which will
not come again for another six months. Do not put it off until it is too late. The
sale may close or your size
All Laird Schoher $6.50
Eemoval price
All Laird Schober $6.00
Removal price
All Hand -Sewed $5.00
Removal price
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YOUNG FOLKS' PARTIES, i
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The Senior classes of boys and girls
of St. Clement's Sunday school gave a"
very enjoyable party last evening at
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contests added to the pleasure of the ,
..nInrr orirl rrnnri tnl-ne'c: tn pat aTld a I
social time -were enjoyed.
On Wednesday afternoon Miss Elsie
Shelton very charming entertained I
the January graduating class of the t
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high school at her Jiome on Nevada
' street.
Five hundred "was one of the enter- f
tainnients of the afternoon and the
prize -was -won by Miss Marie ievinson.
An interesting contest "Returned to j
School Days "was played, and tne
prize secured by Miss Maud Rohmer.
The refreshment table held a center
piece of American beauty roses, and
the attractive hand painted place cards
-were typical of school days.
The guests present were: Misses
Marie Le Vinson, Maud Rohmer, Iavi
nia German. Miss Shelton is also a
member of the January class.
The High Eighth class of L-amai-school
-was beautifully entertained -on
Tuesday evening by Miss Maggie May
Hodge, at lier home, 619 Federal street.
Christmas decorations were every
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A question in "which you should be concerned should
J you contemplate the purchase of furniture is, where
snouia 1 Duyr Here's a proposition: uome 10 our
store and we will guarantee that you will gat better
goods at lower prices than anywhere else.
AS AN ILLUSTRATION TAKE THESE TWO SPECIALS
Special No. 1.
A large Toomy kitchen safe, made of
hard wood, bolted construction, 3
shelves, large drawer, double screened
doors, finished in golden oak a very
handsome and serviceable piece of
kitchen furniture that sells regularly
at ?6.00 on sale here from Thursday,
Dec. 29th, to "Wednesday, Jan. 4th, at
$4.50
Young -s El Paso. Furniture Company
B. F. YOTJNG,
307 South El Paso St.
our New Location, 203
be gone.
.grades;
All Bench Made $4.00 grades;
5.49 Removal price
grades; All 'Goodyear
$4.79 Removal price
grades; All Goodyear
$3.89 Removal price
REMOVAL SALE
Children's Shoes
All $1.00 grades; Re- All $1.75 grades; Re
moval price $ .89 niovar1 price $1.49
All $1.25 grades; Re- All $2.00 grades; Re-
moval price $1.09 moval price $1.79
All $1.50 grades; Re- All $2.50 grades; Re
moval price $1.34 moval price $2.19
All $3.00 grades; Removal price $2.59
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Nothing ReservedEverything at a
where in evidence. The evening -wa3
delightfully spent In playing various
games, after which refreshments were
served. The tables -were artistically
decorated in holiday colors, and the at
tractive place cards held verses appro
priate to each guest.
Each member of the class was pre
sented with a souvenir of the occasion.
Those present were: Misses Velma Pul
liam, Mignon Cannon, Carmen Blessing,
Goldie "Waugh, Lois Walker, Ethel
Hardy, May Roberts, Gladys Monk,
Marguerite Goreing; Messrs. Orban
Walker, Ignacio Talbot. Parrot Ronan.
David Hughes, Mervill Darnell, Russell
Worthington, Raymond "White!
In addition to class members, others
present were: Misses Alice Fitzpatrick,
Aileen Howren, Rev. and Mrs. A. N.
Evans, Mr. Barton.
On Thursday evening Misses Marion
Bowden, Louise Sisterman and Mar
guerite Kinnon were hostesses for a
dance, given at the Elks lodge, in hon
or of the high school senior class. The
rooms were effectively decorated with
green and the high school colors. Con
cha's orchestra played for the dancers.
Punch was served during the even
ing, and ice cream and cake were also
served.
Louise Sisterman wore a blue mes
saline dress, trimmed in beaded bands,
while Marlon's delicate beauty was
brought out by a dainty pink affair,
each wearing pink and white rosebuds.
Special No. 2
This special is an unusually well
made kitchen table made expressly
for this store; it has a heavy top 24
inches fay 42 inches square and fitted
with strong 2 -inch legs; this table
we sell regularly at 1.75; for one
week from Wednesday, Dec. 29th, to
Wednesday, Jan. 4th, at the extreme
ly low price of
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Welt, $3.00 grades;
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Miss Kinnon wore a -white lace dress
over "white.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilchrist -were asked by
Marion as chaperones. Miss Sister
man had her grandmother, Mrs. L. Sis
terman, and Miss Kinnon had Mrs.
Crichett and Mrs. Eubanks. "
The dancing began -with the grand
march led by Julias "Walwork and
Margurite Kinnon, aner -which the reg
ular order of dances filled in the even
ing's pleasure.
The guests were: Misses Irene Es
senger, Ethel Brown. Anna Taylor,
Bura Heindrlcks, Jimmie Brooks, Mar
gurite Darbyshire, Rachel Harper. Mary
Levisy, Mabelle Bryan. Elsinor Shelton,
Marie Levinson, Lavina German. Harriet
Ellis, Janet Rumsey, Jamat Mack,
Katherine Harper. Sybil Shedd. Mary
Duden. Frances Mayfield, Louise San
burn, Iiily Rud, Lauramaud Fiuk, Clara
Fink, Florence Cox. Mary Roberson.
Eleanor Eubank. Edith Parrenot. Mamie
Clark, Marion Young, Cnloe Calhoun,
Genevieve Anderson, Maj- Campbell,
Ruth Howard, Mary Lewis, Rosalie
Behr, Amoret Cobb, Mellie Hamman.
Birdie Hawkins, Mabel O'Conner, Violet
Aitkin. Augusta Margroff, Marion
Bowden. Margurite Kinnon, Louise
Sisterman; Tom and Davis May
field, Arthur and Leo Schuster.
Bernard Hill, Linn Mee, Frank
Ross, Vernon Lyman. Clark Wright.
Norman Morrison, Sanders, Rumsey,
.Jones, Ignatius Berrien. Edwin Moore,
Randal and Herald Kilburn, Paul Nafe,
Milton Shedd. Leon and Jack Ronan.
Junias Hawkins. Julian Walwork. Har
ry Drrrock, Wallace Thew, Herbert
Huntot, Richard McHatton. James Har
die, Wendel Kuhn, Robert Mullin. Rob
ert Hoover, Abie Bargman, Ray Camp
bell. Walter Bateman. Earl Teague,
Frank Frickleton, Adkins Bowden, Nel
son Rice, Baylor Foster. Cliff Elliott,
Alex Wallis, Monroe Proctor, Lewis
Bloom, Sam Hawkins, Swisler Turner,
Everett Long. Colbert Coldwell, Tom
Dunn, R. V. Bowden. Mr. and Mrs. Le
Veaux. Mrs. W. W. Fink. Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shire.
One of the delightful occasions of the
week was on last Friday evening when
Miss Ada Robinson entertained the
Philathea class of the First Baptist
church (of which she Is president) and
their many men friends of the class.
The affair was in honor of Miss Robin
son's two sisters, who 'nave recently
come from Dallas to spend the winter
here.
The evening was delightfully spent
in conversation and a progressive
traveling game, after which a delicious
salad course was served. Among those
present were: The Misses Rutn Lofton,
Hill, Pearle Harroll, Lulu Ilfrey, Anna
Ilfrey, Ruth Adkins, Virginia Nichol.
Leona Black, Ada Boyden, Anna
Hughes. Cora Bowers, Ada Robinson,
Ida Robinson; Messrs. B. Holman, Sol
Franklin, Ben Franklin, Franklin, Say
lor, Romero, Chas Gardner, Andreason,
Ernest Hester, McGuire, A. C. Alexan
der, Ernest Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W.
A, proves, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Putnam)
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. "Wright, Mr. and
Mrs. Pender, Mr. and Mrs. Forbs, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Jones.
Misses Bessie Barnes, and Alethea
Dempsey tntertained the members of
the Summer Social club yesterday aft
ernoon at the home of Miss J3arnes.
The party was given in .honor of the
Misses Euladime and Elizabeth Carden,
of Greenville, Ark.
Games and music were among the
enjoyable diversions of the afternoon
and in the games playtd the prizes
were won by Misses Mildred Marston
and Eunice Preston. Light refresh
ments were served the guests, wtoo
were: Misses Mildred Merrill, Isabel
Valentine, Bernito Thoiuas, Agusta
Markgrpff, Sara Bridgers, Mildred
Merrill," Eunice Preston, May Campbell.
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Miss Martha Thurmond will enter
tain a few friends at breakfast on Sun
day morning.
One of the most artistically appoint
ed of the week's entertainments was
the dinner-dance given Wednesday
evening by the Terpsichorean club at
the Elks' home.
The decorations were on a most elab
orate scale. Potted ferns and palms
were effectively grouped about the ball
room, while the walls were completely
covered with southern Smilax, trans
forming the room into a veritable bow
er of green.
In the dining room, the tables were
arranged in T shape, in compliment to
the name of the club, and were attract
ivels' decorated with quantities of roses.
Palms and ferns were also used in the
adornment of the dining room.
K. L. Sinclair acted as toastmaster,
introducing the various speakers, who
responded most cleverly, and were:
Dr. F. P. Miller. Oscar L. Bowen, Page
Kemp, Earl Craver,. Billy Wilson and
E. C. Heid.
Following the dinner, dancing was
resumed, the music for which was fur
nished by the Country club orchestra.
Among those In attendance were:
Misses Grace Long, Lucille Smith, Ethel
Brown, Margaret Streek, Mildred Jar
rett, Loretta Brick, Rachel Harper,
Aileen Hague, Frances Mayfield, Mabel
Wood, Julia Pool, Inez Pumphrey. Paul
ine Sprinz, Kate Robinette. Mary Pool,
Kate Adams, Florence Cox, Jeanette
Blumenthal, Genevie Anderson, Lucille
Daniels, Jane LIndsey, Kathrine War
ren. Fan Bowman, Lauramaud Fink,
Ethel Howard, Rachel Howard, Amy
Schutz, Hattie May Loretz, Vera Pool,
Lucille Pierce, Lillian Crawford, Lillian
Lindsey; Mrs. H. C. Piatt, Mrs. T. M.
Quebedeaux, Mrs. H. C Schaeffer, Mrs.
L. C. le Veaux. Mrs. Hal Christie; R. A.
Bird, Ira Baton, R. W. McCandless,
Frank Pickrell, Ray K Smith, H. C.
Piatt, Bob Blair, W. F. Carter, jr., Col
bert Coldwell, R- L. Parker, K. L. Sin
clair, L. Wood, Leonard Wolfe, Jervis
Deane, Dr. F. P. Miller. O. L. Bowen,
B. M. Cowan. E. C. Heid, Billy Wilson.
L. S. Calisher, Davis Mayfield, W. R.
Dorris, R- G. Thompson. H. C. Schaef
fer, J. L. Lehman. J. J. Wallwork, Sid
ney Meyer, B. F. Fillmore, W. R. Schutz,
Fletcher Thomas, L. C. Miller, L. C. le
Veaux, A. E. Schuster, Dr. B. F. Clutter,
Douglas .Gifford.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chernis delight
fully entertained at Christmas'dinner at
their home, 419 TJpson avenue, in honor
of Miss Rose Moneak, of Chicago ,111.
MistletoeJ holly and bells were effect
ively used in the decorations, while an
eight course menu was served to the
following: Miss Rose Moneak, Ben
Miller, Miss Esther Strauss, C. E. Lov
ell, of Pearson, Mexico; Mrs. Marie To
bias, of Memphis, Tenn.: Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Strauss. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cher
nis. J
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Mrs. Josephine Nations' Morfit was
the hostess last evening at a charm
ingly appointed dinner of 10 covers,
given in honor of Ted Houghton, of
Corralitos. Mexico.
The decorations were typical of the
holiday season, and red the prevailing
color "effect. The handpainted place
cards were attractively adorned with
red poinsettas.
The guest list included Misses Fran
ces Clark. Wanda Race, Anne Lee
Gaines, Ruth McCurdy; Messrs. Ted
Houghton, -Garnett King, Henry Fletch
er, Francis Moore, Robert Moss.
Mrs. Hugh White entertained Thurs
day afternoon with a luncheon com
plimentary to her sister, Miss Emily
Kemp.
A scarlet poinsetta formed the cen
tral decorative feature of the table,
and was encircled with a wreath of
Christmas holly. The cards marking
the places held quaint Japanese fig
ures. The guests, who were members
of the Gamma Tau club, were: Misses
Eleanor Eubank, Estelle Berrien, Clara
Fink. Mary Nations, Hilda Sauer, Hat
tie Ellis, Rosalie Behr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Parker enter
tained with a line party on Monday
evening at the El Paso theater; when
their guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Rolland, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCourt,
and Miss Lilla Spencer, of St. Louis.
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May your walk through 1911 be
made snfoother by the use of White's
Guaranteed Corn Cure. Made, sold and
guaranteed by Scott White & Co.. 204
Mills street.
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Hairdressing,
Beauty Treatment;, Etc.
In the Privacy of Your Own Home
Ve wish to announce to the ladies of El Paso that
we are prepared to render all kinds of treatment
pertaining'to beauty culture in the privacy of their
own homes. Not only are
ing branches, but are supplied with the most modern
equipment known to science.
Electrical and Vibratory Face Massage and Scalp Treatment
Plain and Artistic Hairdressing
jtfanicuring, Shampooing
Manufacturing of all kinds' of hair goods.
Removal of warts, moles and superfluous hair ,
Singeing and Clipping
Our Prices MostReasonable
Make Appointments by Phone
MRS. J. M. BARNEY and MISS A. M. BELL
A WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS.
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New Franklin Lodge No. 133, women's
auxiliary to the'B. L. F. & E.. held its
annual election of officers, when the
following were elected for the ensuing
year:
President, Mrs Martha Parsons; vice
president, Unice Struthers; secretary,
Carrie Likes: collector. Sophia Evans;
Treasurer, Sovilla Rehrig; warden, Hel- (
en Mosley; conductor, Agnes Masuth;.
chaplain, Carrie Haupt; guards, Airs.
Cound and Mrs. Faust.
The instalation of officers will be
held on the first Friday in January.
The Young Woman's Christian associ
ation will entertain informally at the
new boarding home. 541 West Missouri,
Monday, January 2, from 3 to 6.
The Trielle club will hold Its first
meeting of the new year at Central
headquarters, in the old Toltec build-
i ing, Tuesday evening at 7:30. Mrs. xioi-
llngton. teacher of expression and voice
1 at the Girls' school, will give a talk on
I Shakespere, preliminary to a study of
1 'The Merchant of Venice, which she
f will conduct for the club. The program
will be followed by a social nour.
Miss Bertha Irene Miller, the new as
sistant secretary of the Y. W. C. A., has
arrived and assumed her duties at cen
tral headquarters. Miss Miller is a
graduate of Colorado college, Colorado
Springs, Colo., and has had experience
in Y. W. C. A. work in Colorado
Springs, Kansas City and Albuquerque.
The annual meeting of the Y. W. C. A
will be Jan. 10. Miss Nancy Lee Swann,
state secretary, will give the address
of the evening.
The general meeting of the Women's
Charity association will be held Wed
nesrlav mornintr at 10 o'clock in the
j Young Men's C. A. building. This
will be for the purpose ot discussing
the affairs of the association for pre
paring the work fo the u"W year.
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The directors of the Woman's club
will hold their reguar meeting on
Tuesday at 10 oclock, at the club
rooms.
The club day meeting will be held
nn wartnpsdRv afternoon at the home
of Mrs. W. R. Brown. Each member of
CUB CiUU lllO-X 1UHIO Lvr &-.
Mrs. S. J. Fennell will read a trib
ute to Miss Thirza L. Westcott, an
honorary member of the dub, who re
cently died in Houston.
The program subject is, "Woman
Her Achievements, and Her Work." al
so laws concerning women.
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The music deoartment of the Wo-
J .man's club held a delightful meeting
on Wednesday at tne nome oi Jirs. w.
R. Brown.
Many quests were present and all
enjoyed Puccini's beautiful opera, "La
Boheme."
Some of El Paso's leading musicians
took part in the program, and the en
comhio nrnvldpd bv these artists was
i excellent in the most artistic sense of
the term.
The story of the opera was related
most pleasingly by Miss Adelia Mor
gan and a sketch of the life of Puc
cini was well given by Miss Henrietta
Buckler.
The musical part of the program was
given as follows:
Piano duet Miss Adele Paxton, Miss
Sara Cobb.
Aria from Der Freischietz, Miss
Helen Cooper.
Piano solo Miss Kathrine Warren.
Violin solo Miss Fan Foster Bow
man. Vocal solo Mrs. C A. Camp.
Vocal solo Cavatina, Miss Helen
Cooper.
Overture of La Boheme Miss Theo.
Patterson.
Tenor solos Parvin Witte.
Soprano solos Mrs. J. J. Pearce and
Mrs. William Owen. '
SICK FOLK.
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Mrs. J. S Daugherty has been con
fined to her home the past week with
I an attack of the grip.
Mrs. W. W. Evans, who has been
quite ill at Providence hospital, is re
ported somewhat improved.
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Dr. Hugh Crouse is able to be out
occasionally, after confinement a
month following an operation.
Call Bell 115. Auto. 1115, tell what
you wish to buy, sell or rent, and The
Herald will do the rest.
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Manicuring
we experts in the follow
JJI
Neglect to have them properly examined may cause a lifetime
of sorrow and regret.
Small disorders grow more serious every day. T"here is satisfac
tion in knowing that your eyes are all right, so Ask SegalL and he
will frankly tell you whether you need glasses or not. It costs you
nothing to know.
Ei Paso Optical Company
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WEDDINGS.
An attractive church wedding, sol
emnized "Wednesday evening at 8:30
o'clock, was that of Miss Lily Brown
and Sidney J. Hockett. The-ceremony
occurred at Trinity M. E. church, and
was witnessed by a large number of
friends.
The church was simply but effective
ly decorated with numbers of palms
grouped around the altar.
Just before the ceremony Mrs. Wal
ter Christy sang "O Promise Me,"
which was followed by the Lohengrin
wedding march, played by Mrs. Adine
T". Owen.
Miss Florence Reed and A. J. Fraser
entered first and were folio-wed by Miss
Marian Campbell and Hunt Winn, who
preceded the bride and groom. Schu
bert's Serenade was softly played dur
ing the ceremony, which was performed
by Rev. C. S. Wright.
The bride was handsomely gowned in
blue voile, over Persian silk, richly
trimmed with eyelet emproldery. A
black picture hat trimmed with blue
plumes completed the costume, and a
shower bouquet of bride's roses was
carried.
Miss Reed -wore an old rose gown of
satin, and carried pink roses. Miss
Campbell was attractively gowned i-n
pink embroidered chiffon, over silk,
and her flowers -were pink roses. A re
ception followed the wedding at the
home of the groom's wotner, 609 Mon
tana street.
The house was beautifully decorated
in the bridal colors of green and white,
developed with smilax, mistletoe and
ferns, intermingled with white carna
tions. Refreshments, consisting of a
salad course and an ice course, were
served.
The bride, a most attractive young
woman, has lived in El Paso a number
of years. The groom is also an El
Pasoan. and Is connected with the E. P.
& S. W. railway.
A beautiful collection of wedding
gifts were received by the young couple
who will go at once to keeping house
at 705 Magnolia street, EastEl Paso.
Miss Lulu La Rock and C. A. Hahn
were married Saturday evening at the
home' of the bride's sister, Mrs. C. D.
Sabin, at J. T. Broyles's residence. 914
Mesa avenue. Relatives of the bride
only were present. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. Frank Otto of the
First Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs.
Hahn will reside at 1905 Arizona street.
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T. J. Malcom and Mrs. Helen Man
ning were recently married at the First
M. E. church. Rev. F. W. Otto officiat
ing. OUT OF TOWN VISITORS
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Mrs. F. J. Easley and daughter, Miss
Virginia Easley, who have been here to
attend the Brown-Hockett wedding,
have returned to their home in Tren
ton, Mo. '
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Mrs. Lester White arrived yesterday
from Lancaster, Texas, to spend a
month visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. F. Croom.
Mrs. J. A. Covode. accompanied by
her two children, will arrive tomorrow
from Grand Rapids, Mich., for a two
months visit with her parents. Capt.
and Mrs. T. J. Beall. and sisters. Mrs. J.
-T. Williams and Mrs. E. E. Neff.
Mrs. C. H. Leavell has as her guest
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Miss Mary Griggs, of Dallas, who will
spend a short time here.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Richards,,
who were visitors in the city to attend!
the Brown-Hockett wedding, have re-
tuurned to their home at San Marcial,
N. M.
Miss Tura Jowel, of Tampico, Mex-
ico, Is the guest of Mrs. R. C. Walshe,l
I 1212 Newman street, and will spend the!
winter here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCourt have vis
iting them Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rollaml.i
of Carrizozo, N. M., who are spending
the holidays here.
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Claude Buckler is spending a fe"
I weeks in the city visiting his mother,!
I Mrs. C. N. Buckler.
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Mrs. A. D. Carden and children are!
the guests of Mr. and sirs. William j-j
j Owen.
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I Miss Bertie Alexander, who has beer
( visiting her sister, Mrs. R. B. Homai
f left Thursday for her home in Dallas.
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Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Foxworth have asj
their guests Mr. and Mrs. John Will
liams, of Dalhart, Tex.
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EL PASOANS RETURNING.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Walshe, and bab;
have returned from Abilene, Texas
where they spent the holidays.
MRS. G. 3T. COFFIN, Vocal Studk
No. 3 Lucerne. Telephone 3532.
After next Monday we will be in oui
new quarters at 216 Texas street. Thtj
Elite Parlors.
New Year
Greetings!
After next Monday
we will be in our
new. home at
216 Texas Street
Elite Parlors
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