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Saturday, Dec. 31, 1910.
To Automobile Owners and Dealers in Auto Supplies in El Paso and
EL PASO HERALD
An Announcement of Vast Importance
With a Full Line of Supplies and Accessories
Now Open and Ready for Business
Carrying a Full Stock of The Following Standard Lines:
Pumpelly Storage Batteries, Mazda & Tungsten Electric Bulbs, Alpha Horn Bulbs, Alco Gas Burners, Red Rib Cable, American
Carbide, Wheeler ?Schebler Carbureters, Goodyear Cements, Spitdorf Coils, Chicago Gaskets, Clover Leaf Valve Grinding Com
pound, Chicago Generators, Bulldog Battery Connections, Esco Tire Pressure Guages, National Tire Pressure Gauges, Price Gloves,
Mexican Graphite, Nonpariei Horns, Klaxon Horns, Gabriel Horns, Springfield Jacks, Victor Lamps, Saxon Lamps, Chicago,
Lamps, J. ? M. Non-Burn Brake Lining, Asbestos Packing, Rex Metal Polish, Pitner Pumps, Presto-lite Carbon Remover
Triumph Valve Remover, Perfect Hande Screwdrivers, Auto Cycle Wrench Sets, Whitman and Barnes Wrenches and Tools,
Mat's Body Polish.
Red Seal Dry Batteries
Special Discounts to Dealers
PHONE, WRITE OR WIRE US
406 San Francisco St , El Paso, Tex. Phone 528 M.
Brake Lining and
I Courteous Treat-
tern Motor Supply Co.
P. J. SAVAGE, Pres
406 SAN FRANCISCO
a W. KENNEDY, Treas.-Gen'l Mgr.
J. T. FLETCHER, Sec'y.
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PThe Married Womeg's Bridge club en-
rtained very delightfully on Thursday
ening at their annual party, compli
mentary to their husbands.
JThe affair was given at the home of
Irs. "Winston Pettus, and the house
fas most beautifully decorated with
il3 mistletoe and evergreens, sug-
i?stive of the season.
The club prizes "were won by Mrs.
inston Pettus and Mrs. Fred "Wood-
jrth. the consolation going to 3lrs.
S. Windsor. The prizes for the men
ere won y W. A- TThite and "W. T.
ren, F. R. Sweeney receiving the
fA dainty two course luncheon follow-
by eggnog, was served.
IThe dining table was attractively set
ith cut glass the eggnog bowl occu-
jd the central position and was sur-
Sunded -with white candles in cut
Those enjoying the "affair were: Mr.
id Mrs. W. A. "White, Mr. and Mrs. "W.
Loretz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred , TVood-
rth, Mr. and Mrs. TV. T. Owen, Mr.
fcd Mrs. F. H. Sweeney. Mr. and Mrs.
re are now agents for the
Idsinobile and the Overland
Lutoniobiles. If you want
buy a ear see us. We can I
Ltisfy you, It makes no dif-
prence what style car you
Ksh. We also have some
irgains in used ears.
615 N. Campbell St.
Winston Pettus, Mrs. K. B. Franklin,
Mrs. G. E. Windsor, Mrs. H. E. Hunkle,
John Franklin, Dr. F. P. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Broaddus and Frank
Miss Helen 2sewell was the charming
hostess on Thursday Afternoon at an
attractively arranged bridge party.
The house was effectively decorated
throughout with holly, Christmas bells
and a profusion of evergreens.
Mrs. D. Y. Had ley was the fortunate
"winner of the first prize and Mrs.vM. F.
J Murphy secured the second. The conso-
iaiion prize went to .viiss i?lora Camp
bell. Delightful two course refreshments
were served- '
The guests in attendance were:
Misses Adine Noake, Flora Campbell,
Frances Clark. Lauramaud Firik, Ma
rian Campbell. Florence Cox, Myra Pra
ter, Lillian Crawford, Milda Connolly,
Agnes Eadie, Kate Adams, Ethel
Brown. Kathleen Myles, Hannah Elli
son, Bessie Donohue; Mrs. D. T. Had-
, ley, .airs. Jiawards. Mrs. M. F. Murphv,
J Mrs W. A. White. Mrs. C. E. Kelly,
j Mrs. Joe Caples, Mrs. Charles Hawkin-son
Mrs. C. J. Maple was the hostess
Thursday afternoon at a deliirhtfiillv
informal card party, in honor of Miss
Queenie Nebeker, of Los Angeles.
The attractive decorations were typi
cal of the yuletide season, and dainty
refreshments were served.
Miss Kathrine Coles was the fortu
nate winner of the first prize, a pair of
silk hose. The guests were: Misses
Anne Lee Gaines, Caroly- Pay-e, Wan
da Race, Lucy Werne, Frances Mayfield,
Kathrine Coles. Virginia Semple, Jose
phine Clardy; Mesdames William Glas
gow, Robert Reynolds and C. M. New
man. Mrs. Lamar Davis will be the hostess
next week for the Tuesday Afternoon
The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
club will be entertained by Mrs. Marie
Loomis at her home on JKorth El Paso
The Tuesday Evening Bridge club
will meet at the home of Mrs. C. A.
Daly, and Miss Ruth Williams will be
Mrs. H. O. Dow delightfully enter
tained a number of her friends in hon
or of Mrs. S. M Maehonahey, of Vancou
ver, at a high five party, at her home,
2710 East Rio Grande. The house was
decorated in the season's colors. A
dainty salad course was served after
the game. Miss B. Walsh won the first
prize and J. McCartney won the conso
lation prize, Mrs. S. Maehonahey receiv
ing the guest prize. Those who enjoyed
Mrs. Dow's hospitality were: Mrs. S.
Maehonahey, J. Dunne. J. Delaney, j
Morgan, K. Stedman, H. Ryan. J. Ker
sey, J. Meuttmann, Miss B. Walsh, J.
Galliger, J McCarty, M. Doyle, M.
O'Maro, M. Condor, G. Dow.
The Misses Myra Prater and Sallie
Blake were tne hostesses at two de
lightfully informal brldgle parties on
Friday and Saturday of .his week, at
their home on Mesa ave'nHie.
On Friday the prizes Vere won by
Mrs. G. F. Hawks, and j Mrs. George
Red and white was tjhe attractive
color scheme emphasized Jn the decora
tio s, score cards, and dainty refresh
DA3TCES AN'D RECEPTIONS.
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On Thursday evening the Toltec club
uiciiiucis very pieusa.uiy en,iriaineu
their "wives and sweethearts at an in
formal dance. Punch was served be
tween the dances, and late in the even
ing a salad course and coffee were j
served. ' j
Those enjoying the hospitality of the
Toltecs were: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wise,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Happer, Mr. and Mrs. I
C. E. Kelly. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Wright,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Race, Mr. and Mrs. '
W. H. Burges. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles, !
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Marr, Mr. and Mrs.
George R. Le Baron, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. i
Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chandler, J
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. J
Otis Coles, Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown, t
Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. W. j
R, Brown, Mrs. J. C. Lackland, Mrs.
Josephine X. Morfit, Mrs. Marguerite B. I
Stevenson, Misses Ethel White, Martha i
Thurmond, Leigh White, Kathleen!
Myles, Anne Lee Gaines, Henrietta
Buckler, Anna Grace and wrtrude El
lis, Ruth McCurdy; Garnett King, Wal
ter Arnold, Henry Fletcher, Ralph Hen
derson, Emmett Hines, R. W. McAfee,
C. A. Thuis, Fay Brabason, Ulhman,
Robert Moss, and others
Mrs. Peytofn J. Edwards entertained
at a charmingly informal dance on
Wednesday evening, complimentary to j
the Misses Ellis. After the dancing a
delightful hot luncheon was served to !
the guests, who were: Misses Beulah I
Shields, Janie Ellis, Anna Grace Ellis, j
Gertrude Ellis, Carrie Race. Wanda
Race, Harriet Ellis, Kathleen Myles. I
Frances Clark, Ruth McCurdy, Octavia
Barlow, Lucy Werne, Fannj Henning,'
Mawbry Henning, Anne Le Gaines
Mrs. G. O. Ellis; Mason Pollard, Joe
Wadlington, Gunther Leasing, Richard
Starks, Edgar Stark, George Wines,
Harry Lackland, Fanning Stevens, Al-
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Mrs. W. W. Turney has sent out invi
tations to a card party and dance to be
given to the married people on Thurs
day evening, Jan. o. This is the sec-'
ond of a series of parties to be given I
bv Mrs. Turnev durincr th winter !
The El Paso Social club will enter
tain this evening with a brilliant New
Year's eve dance at the Toltec club.
The members of the Elks will enter
tain this evening with a New Tears
dance at their club rooms.
Mrs. Van C. Wilson entertained yes
terday afternoon from 3 to 3 oclock at
an informal reception in honor of her
mother, Mrs. D. G. Pool, of Abilene,
Christmas decorations of holly, bells
and mistletoe were used in profusion,
lending their charm to the attractive
home. A large number of callers were
Sn attendance throughout the after
noon. Musical selections added to the
pleasure of the occasion, and dainty re
freshments were served.
The usual week end dance at the
I don't believe there is any otHer !
medicine so good for whooping cougji
as Cnamberlain's Cough Remedyi"
writes Mrs. Francis Tnmln Tiinr.fiin
City. Ore. Tnis remedy is also unsidr
passed for colds and crouD. For sale py
Country club will not be given this
evening on account of various attrac
tions In the city.
Mrs. Z. T. White will entertain with
an informal reception on Monday after
noon from 3 to 5 oclock, complimentary
to Miss Wanda Race.
Miss Marion Young will entertain th
newly organized Kappa Kappa Dancing
club at her home this evening. Misa
Mable O'Connor, who is home for the
holidays, will be the honor guest-
NEW YEAR EVENTS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burges entertain
ed a few of their friends very informal
ly last evening at an eggnog.
Allen Rodes, George A. Mansfield, H.
B. Harding, Joe Wadlington and W. K.
Ramsey, jr., will receive from 3 to 6
New Year's afternoon in the home of
Mrs. E. C. French. No formal invita
tions are issued.
Mrs. W. R. Brown will not observe
New Year's day at home, as previously
The Beavers will dedicate their new
club rooms in The Herald building to
night with a smoker.
4 EEj PASOANS AWAY
Miss Adelia Morgan left Thursday to
spend the remainder of the winter and
the spring in Denver.
Mrs. A. Stolaroff and sister, Mrs. B.
T. Dubinski, left last week to spend
some time with relatives in San Anto
nio. Later they will go to San Marcos
to visit the former's daughter. Miss
Rosie Stolaroff, who is attending the
"Dilrtri T "T TTnMflniAl. Iftf 'ftef nj1ni
for a visit to the Pecos valley. From
there he goes to attend the council of
the seventh' missionary district, or
which New Mexico is a part. Bishop
Kendrick will deliver the opennig ser
Mr. and Mrs. A. Krakauer and Mr.
and Mrs.. Julius Krakauer are spending j
a xew weeKs in ijnmuanua, visiting
Baptist hcurch will be of unusual inter
est tomorrow. At 9:30 a. m. the Sun
day school is to enter upon a thorough,
uptodate graded system. Some 62 offi
cers and teachers have been appointed,
the assembly room has been rearranged,
and everything put In readiness for the
progressive movement. At 11 a. m. Dr.
Hanks is to preach on "The Work of
Teaching." At the 7:30 p. m. service, a
New Year's sermon will be preached j
from the text: "This Year Also." The
B. Y. P. U. meeting at 6:30 p. m. will
be full of interest. The choir has pre
pared some fine music for the occasion.
You are invited to come.
THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev.
J. D. Roy, D. D., of the Southwestern
Theological seminary of Ft. Worth, will
preach at II oclock tomorrow morning.
In the evening the acting pastor. Rev.
L R. Millican, the well known pioneer
preacher, will occupy the pulpit, admin
istering the ordinance of baptism at
the close of the service.
anthem, "Sing. O Daughters of Zion"
(West); recessional, "It Came Upon a
Midnight Clear." The chorus choir is
composed , of the following: Sopranos,
Mesdames Roland Gilchrist J. N. San
burn, Chas. Lyman. Misses Chrysta Ho
garth, Constance Pateman, Lillie Cole,
Mazie Cole. Louise Dietrech, Essie Dar- j
byshire. Marguerite Darbyshire, Louise
Sanburn, Gertrude Ellis, Kate Adams,
Edna Scotten; altos. Mesdames G. H.
Mengel. W. R. Judson, H. Y. Ellis,
Misses Mack and Yale; tenors, Messrs.
B. M. Willfams, W. Delaney, C. Bacon,
Chas. Lyman and J. W. Leighton;
bassos, Messrs. Godfrey Brockelhurst
Walter Christie. Roland Gilchrist,
James Curtis and Malcolm Davis.
EAST EL, PASO PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH Corner Texas and Porilar
streets. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Morning service, 11 a. m. first and third
Sundays. Watch night services, Satur
day night, Dec. 31, commencing at 11
p. m., preceded by social gathering
from 8:30 onward. Special revival ser
vices commencing Sundaj- night, Jan.
1, conducted by the pastor. Stereopti
con views each night.
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner
North Oregon and Franklin streets.
Perry J. Rice, pastor. Sunday at 11 a.
m. there will be a special roll call and
covenant service. The entire roll of
members will be called and each mem
ber is expected to respond either in
person or by proxy. At 7:30 the pastor
will deliver the first of a series of
sermons on "Primary Principles of the
Christian Religion." The subject Sun- j
day evening will be Christianity De
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Cotton avenue. 10 a. m., Sunday
school; all children invited. 10 a. m..
Bible class for adults; was Jesus sin
less? 11 a, m., public worship. Sub
ject, "The Forward Look," Rev. Miles
Hanson. Miss Stanhope will sing and
Prof. Sievers wll accompany.
FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CiniRCH Three blocks east of the city
hall on Myrtle avenue and North Ochoa
street. A home-like church. Frank W.
Otto, D. D., pastor. Parsonage 149
North Ochoa; Bell phone 1243. Preach
ing by the pastor at 11 a. m. arid 7:39
p. m. Morning subject. Our Motton for
the New Ttear "Onward and Upward."
Evening subject, -he New Vision and
the New Determination." Sabbath
school, 9:45 a. m.. Dr. D. W. Detwiller.
superintendent. Epworth League, 6:30
p. m.r Mrs. H. F. Durkee, president. Spe
cial music at morning and night services.
G. W. GEIGER
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Furnittire Packed, Moved, Stored,
Office Furniture bought and sold.
Shop and Officer
First and Ochoa Sts.
Office, BeirTeL 2400.
Res. Tel. Bell 2494-M.
CLASS WORK ONLY
Notices under this head will be in
serted free everj Saturday if copy for
same is brought to The Herald by 3 p.
M. Friday. No notices taken by tele
HOUSTON SQ.UARE BAPTIST J. J.
Bullen, pastor The usual services of
the church will be held on Sunday. At
P:40 a. m. the Bible school will hold its
session. There are classes for all ages.
,No ' one is too old. Divine worship at
11 a. m. with a sermon by the pastor on
"Going Back in Order to Go Forward."
Text, John 10:40. In the evening, at
7:30. the subject of the sermon will be,
"Thoughts for the New Year" Text,
Job:32 7. Visitors are cordially invited
to join with us in the worship of God.
CALVARY SERVICES TOMORROW
The New Year's services at the Calvary
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Stanton and Boulevard. Rev. C. L.
Overstreet, pastor. Morning . worship
at 11. Sermon, New Year's Thoughts j
and Communion. Morning anthem, J
"God so Loved the World." Solo,
"Trust in the Lord," Mr. Witte. Even- j
ing anthem, 'My Soul Doth Magnify." j
Solo. "Arise Shine for the Lord Hath !
Come," Mrs- Witte. Sabbath school at I
i):45 a. m. Welcome to all.
ST. CLEMENT'S At 11 a. m. the
Christmas services will be repeated as
follows: Processional, "O Come All Ye
Faithfi'l;" Gloria in Excelsis (B.
Tours); Gloria Patri (Greatorlx); Fes
tival Te Deum in E flat (D. Buck) ; Ju
bilate (B. Tours); Introit, "O Little
Town of Bethlehem;" Kyrie (Mendels
sohu); Gloria Tibi (Anon); sermon
hymn, "Hark the Herald Angels Sing;"
Our Modern Steel Safety Deposit
Are now open for renters and offer i spoutp anr? frmiTi?oTif wio-.o tfrvr
your valuables:- x r
"We also receive valuable packages for storage at moderate lates-
The American National Bank
Of El Paso.
Capital and surplus $240,000.00
Now being increased to 360.000.00
ASK YOITR GROCER
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso. Texas.
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Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?.
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the '"baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6fch year molars."
2)r. Hm -A. JIagrtider
I DOIT T WORK FOR NEGR0E2
Our 9th year in El Paso.