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Thursday January 25, 1912
EL PASO HERALD
Made from Pure, Grape
Cream of Tartar
Surpasses every other baking
poyrdet in making delicious,
Protects the "food from alum.
Miss Genevieve Dow was surprised
Tuesday evening at her home on East
Rio Grande street by a number of her
friends, the occasion being her birthday
The evening was spent in playing
bunco, the highest score -being made by
Mrs. J. A. Deianey, who won the wom
en's first prize, as Irish crochet bag
in pink. Sirs. Jamas Meuttman won
the consolation prise, a crochet hairpin
holder, In lavender. The Man's first
prise was won by J. 8. King, a half
dosen linen handkerchiefs, and the con
solation prize, a pipe, went to J. A. De
ianey. During the evening several instru
mental and vocal solos were rendered.
A large bouquet of pink and white
'-arnations was placed in the center of
rhe dining table, from which the re
freshments of cake and not chocolate
Miss Dow vat assisted in receiving
ard entertaining her guests by fcer sis
ter. Miss Gertrude Dow, and her mother,
Mrs. H. O. Dow.
Many useful and beautiful gifts were
received by Miss Dow.
Those present were: Misses Mary
Carson, Alice Buckley, Lillian Buchoz.
LcUie Buchoz, Genevieve O'Meara,
Marguerite O'Meara, Pauline Bunson,
Edith Maloney, -Gertrude Dow, Gene-
x-re Dow, Mrs. O'Meara, Mr. and Mrs.
J A. Deianey, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meutt
man and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dow,
Messrs. J. J. Murphy, Vernon Becker,
J T. King, Hoyle Mason, George Knox.
Ed Redding. Martin Redding, James
Gallagher, Chaster Archer.
An enjoyable social event of the
week was the bridge party, given on
Wednesday evening by Mrs. R. L
Ramey in honor of her niece. Miss Vir
ginia Hill, and her brother, Talbott Hill.
Mra Ramey's home was decorated in
American Beauty roses and red carna
tions with smilax intermingled. There
were 11 tables of bridge and four prises
Miss Lucy Gilbert won the first
prise, a pair of silver slipper buckles.
Miss Hallie Irvin won the prise for
second highest score a saver violet
Tom Newman won the men's first
prise a silver cigaret case-r-and S. C.
Awbrey won the second prise a silver
Two courses of refreshments were
Those present were: Misses Wanda
Race, Frances Clark, Carrie Race,
Maud Austin. Anna Grace Ellis Ger
trude Ellis, Eileen Walz, Hallie It.
Alma Jones, Adelaide McAllister, Sue
Crombie. Walker McClellan, J?
Austin, Helen Longuemare, Virginia Hill.
Lucy Gilbert Lillian Newton, Fannie
Henning, Helen HubbelL Ruth McCurdy,
Olive Davis, Maud Rohmer; Messrs
Alan Rhodes, W. Ramsey, Emmett
Hlnes, Oakley Sharpe, Lambert Kim
meil, Vance Stewart. Francis Moore,
Larkin Smith Davis Mayfield, Gunther
Leasing. Joe Peyton, Dr. J. BL Ridley.
Dr. Craige, S. C. Awbrey, Dr. James
Vance, Dr. B. F. Stevens, Will Marr,
George Wines. Tom Newman. W. T.
Downing. Haskell. Paul Kills. Dr. Wes
son. Talbott Hill.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. L. M. Tur
ner entertained at "bridge at her home.
2S17 Montna street. compHmeBtary to
her sister, Mlae Eileen Walz, and Miss
The dining room table was lovely
with a large cluny centerpiece and a
fruit piece in the center of this.
Mrs. Turner was assisted in serving
a delicious two course luncheon, by
Mrs. F. J. Feldman and the Misses
Maud Austin and Frances Clark.
The first prise, a pair ef silk hose,
was won by Mrs. W. D. Wise.
The eensoIatiOB prise, a bonbon dish
of silver deposit, fell to Mrs. Victoria
Whltmer, Miss McAllister, the guest of
honor, was given a beautiful handker
chief. The guests present were: Mesdames
Tsabel Flato, Otis- Coles, Hugh S.
White George LeBaron, L G. Wither
spoon, Roxy Loomis, Ralph Loomls.
Charles Loomis, W. D. Wise, Joe U.
S-vreney, Will Crombie, Charles Pom
eroy. R C. Sample, Leila Moore, Frank
Lynch, Victoria Whltmer. J. A.
Knkauer. Albert Valdesnlno. F. J.
Feldman: Misses Adelaide McAllister,
Maud Austin, Frances Clark, Ethel
Wall, Helen Longuemare.
Tuesaay evening Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Evster entertained the Montezuma club
at their some on North Stanton street.
Only clnb members were present and
two courses of refreshments were
served. The table was decorated pret
tily in pink carnations. The first prise
for women was won by Mrs. J. F. Eys
ter; the first prise for men. by Dr. Geo.
Mise Hattle Mae Loretz entertained the
Beta Beta club on Wednesday after
noon at her home on Nevada street.
The Beta Beta club will meet next
week with Miss Florence Reed at her
borne on East Rio Grande street.
Mrs. W. T. Owen entertained the
Wednesday Bridge club at her home
on Montana street, Wednesday after
There were three tables of bridge
and two courses of refreshments were
Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema
Since the old-fashioned theory of cur- I
ing eczema through the blood has been I
given up oy scienupis, raj umwai. i
salves nave been men ror mmia u
easee. But it has been found that these
salves only clog the- pores and cannot
penetrate to the inner skin below the
epidermis where the eczema germs are
This the quality of penetrating:
probably' explains the tremendous suc
cess of the well known liquid eczema
remedy, oil of wintergreen, thymol, gly
cerine, etc , as compounded in D.D.D
We have sold other remedies for skin
troubles but none that we can -recommend
as highly as this for we know
that D.D.D. stops the itch at once. Wi
can give you a trial size bottle for
cents that will be enough to prove it.
Of course all other drop Mats nave
D.D.D. Prescription go to m If you
can't come to us but don't jtccept some
big profit substitute.
But if you come to our store, we are
so certain of what D.D.D. will do for
you that we offer you a full size bottle
on this guarantee: If vou do not find
that It takes away the itch AT ONCE,
ic costs you not a cent.
Kelly & Pollard, druggists.
E - 1 e?flB a trr
StudebaKer wagons have been
made for almost 60 years. The
T"nsTnosc T-iae efvrvum from a Tronr
' .WWW MUI giUnU MViU W. V w7
moaest wagon snop malting only
a few wagons a year to a plant
covering 101 acres.
The StudebaKer company
would not have lasted 60 vears
unless they had made good wagons all of that
time Over a million StudebaKer wagons
in use that tells the story.
A Serge and Satin Combination
Tho rmt!no- tnc-AtllAr of silk and
heavier materials is a feature of the
newest sulls and dresses. In the suit
sketched, navy serge and black satin
are the materials.
The coat has the popular side ruffle
In place of the rever on one aide, the
other rever extending around over it
to the left shoulder, at the back. The
skirt has a slightly draped effect, low
In the back and made high at the top.
Soutache braid and buttons covered
-with the serge finish tho suit
Used at our Victor Operatic Stage Concert recently given at the Toltec
Club Ball Room is now on exhibition in our show window, and will be
sold to the first applicant at the same price as all similar types.
SPECIAL TERMS ON VICTROLAS UNTIL FEBRUARY
$1.00 DOWN. BALANCE WEEKLY OR MONTHLY.
GET THAT VICTROLA NOW
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
fJ9 12 Catalogs on application. t
103 El Paso SL
j Dances J
The Terpeichorean lub gave the fifth
of its winter dances in the Toltec club
rocirf on Wednesday evening
orchestra and punch was served .
thoughont tne evening
Among' those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Barada. Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Filmore, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ryan, Dr
and Mrs. J. a- fidseii, jus. . ".
Brown, Mrs. Welsch: Misses Hattie Mae,
Loretz. Constance Pateman, Josephine (
Shelley, Ann Winn, Lee Perry, Rachel
Howard, Ruth Howard, Mary Wallace, .
Kate Adams, Glen Adams, Karma Dean,
Booth, Jane Llndsey. Margaret Dixon.
Martha Thurmona, uertruae ijeignioii;
Messrs. E. C Held, Dr. B F. Clutter,
R. A. Byrd. D. C. Huntalnger, A. E.
Schuster, R. L. Bowen, Robert BlSlr,
Mayer, L. J. Locke. W. B. Wilson. A. J.
Murphy, Sidney Mayers. Hugh R. Dunn,
Juan Smith, C. A. Beers, Warren, Mau
rice Masson, J. C Beane.
The "Spanish dancers" who will take
part in the Kirmess, of which Mrs. L. B.
Behr is matron, will meet Friday af
ternoon at four oclock in the "VYoman's
club rooms, to begin their regular prac-
tlim Thne. urttr. tctIIi tftlrn narf nm
Misses Dema Fleck, Sarah Brldgers, j
Upai naaioCK, Jxuoy iwuiduk. , meiiia
Hanniman, Effie Warren, Stella Brick,
Karma Deane. Janie Willis, Kate
Krause, Edith Perrenot, Olive Loeffler,
Marie Fuller and 3eulah Brown.
The Beavers will give the first of a
series of dances in their club reoms on
Chas. Armstrong's orchestra will fur
nish the music and refreshments will
Geo. A. Mansfield & Co:
Dinners and Luncheons
are in a quality class by themselves and are
the most economical to buy. Come in and
let us prove it to you.
TH MYERS CO.
3J0 S. E! Paso
The art department of the Woman's
club met on Wednesday afternoon In
the club rooms. Mrs. A. P. Averlll. the
chairman, presided. The minutes of the
previous meeting were read and ap
proved. It was announced that on Wednes
day, January 31, the afternoon would
be one for club members only a pro
gram having been arranged.
On Thursday evening. February 1,
there will b& a social evening for club
members and friends.
Tie nmc-r-nm fur the afternoon wan
1 given to 'drafts of Italy." Mrs. W. H.
Williamson gave an interesting taiK on
Italy. She spoke of the cups, bowls,
statuettes and altars made of silver by
the Italians. There is an altar of sil
ver in the Florence baptistry that it
required 148 years to make. She also
said the Italians were famed for their
cameo cutting and fine work in mar
ble and wood. The women excelled in
the makintr of linen and lace. It is
claimed that Italy taught France and
the Irish, lace making.
Mrs. W. C. McCormick read a pa
per on France. She spoke of the French
people as wonderful agriculturists and
of their tapestry weaving." Francs L
established the first school for this
work in 1538.
Mrs. W. S. Valentine read a paper on
Spain, giving a beautiful" description of
the Alhambra. She also spoke of the
tendency for love of arms which the
Spaniards possessed and their manu
facture of armor.
The armory of Madrid is considered
the most beautiful In the world.
Mrs. H. T. Bowie then read a paper
on the wood carvers of Switzerland.
She spoke of the beautiful chests they
made and of how the shepherd en the
hills tending his sheep carried his
thoughts in pieces of wood as he
worked, the most experienced carver
doing national dances and betrothal
scenes. She mentioned also the inlaid
work taught in the schools.
A general discussion followed, after
which Miss Mabel K. Stafford, general
secretary of the T. W. C A-. talked on
the "Travelers Aid Work," which Is
being carried on suceesfilly in east
em Texas, and the deeirt everywhere
for cooperation. -
A directors' meeting followed.
The Sunshine Workers will meet Fri
day afternoon to sew for the day nur
sery at the home of Mrs. T. W. Crow
der, 1114 Bast Rio Grande street, at
three oclock. At this meeting there
will be a nominating committee ap
pointed to elect a new president for
this department. In the place of Mrs.
H. R. McCHntock, who has recently re
signed. For the present, Mrs. William
H. F. Judd is the presiding officer. Mrs.
J. F. Miller Is secretary and Mrs. Wil
liam' Hogarth, treasurer.
The members of the Sunshine Work
ers are Mesdames R. F. Campbell. J. W.
Cox, T. W. Crewder, W. C. Davis, A. J.
Fraser, Clyde Holmes, E. W, HarrelL
W. H. F. Judd, William Hogarth. W. D.
Mayfleld, McCHntock, J. F. Miller, J. J.
Pearce. H. T. Safford, W. L. Tooley,
Fred Wotckerle, Anna Winter, Guy L.
Warren, J. F. Williams and Miss Jennie
The work of the general society of
the El Paso branch of the International
Sunshine society has grown to such
extensive proportions as to necessitate
an assistant for the secretary, Mrs. W.
S. Tilton, and Mrs. Edith a Lane has
been appointed. In April there will
be the regular business meeting, at
which time officers will be elected.
The following members of the EI
Paso branoh ef the International Sun
shine society have been chosen as pa
tronesses for the kirmess to be given
February 9 in the El Paso theater for
the benefit of the Sunshine day nur
sery at 209 South Campbell street:
Mesdames C. E. Kelly, W. W. Tur
nev. Henry Pfaff. J. Calisher. Waters
Davis, J. H. Harper, A, M. Loomis, J. ,
M. Richmond, O. H. Baum, W. B.
Brown. W. L. Tooley, J. G. McNary. i
J. F. Williams. W. c. Davis. Julius
Krak&uer. L. L. Mundy. Winchester
Cooley, B. P. Walz.
Dr.' Young's Russian tea, given Tues
day evening in the Brazos flats for
Mrs. Clara Burgess, was one of the
most novel arrangements of this sea
son. The guests were completely trans
planted to -Russia.
Tea made In Russian manner by the
host and served with Jfreshly preserved
rose leaves' and other Russian delica
cies, was a delight. An additional fea
ture of this party were the Russian
songs sung by Dr. Young.
His guests were: Mr. and Mrs.' C
F. "Elliott. Miss Virginia Thflmas, Gar
land Jones. Mr. and Mrs..W, H. Bartlett
Miss Virginia Bean. Randolph 'Berry
Misses Alice Fltspatrlck. Davis, Bdith
Giddlngs. Hunter. Ruth Evans. Jones
Rosa White, 'Mrs. K. Brederson.
January 27 is the date set on which
Miss Margaret Hitchcock will entertain
with one of her delightful teas, at her
home on Prospect and Boulevard.
This afternoon Mrs. A. C Teas is en
tertaining with a tea at her home on
the corner of Mills and Walnut streets.
Mrs. M. E, Rhein is giving; a ta this
afternoon for the benefit of the Hu
The newly elected officers of the
Woman's Missionary society of Trini
ty Methodist church entertained the
members of the society and their
friends with a social in . the' church
parlors Tuesday afternoon
The rooms were- decorated with red
and green, the cot?s, ltas carried out
in tissue paper ropes, strung across the
celling, and large red bells suspended in
the archways to the class rooms.
A musical program of solos by Miss
Luclle Daniel and Mrs. W. T. Owen,
with character readings by Miss Blsie
Lottie Buchoz, accompanied by Miss
Lttie Buchoz, accompanied by Miss
Lillian Buchoz, made an entertaining
The "pastor, Rev. C. W. Webdell, and
Mrs. Webdell assisted the following of
ficers af the society in giving the re
ception: Mesdames V. J. Ay era. C. C.
Henderson, W. TJ. Carre, D. M. Smith,
R. E. Bryan, W. J. Spohr, R. L. Daniel,
D. Hurley, C. E. Sawyer, W. Sachs, H. L.
Graham, E. Arrington and. D. R.
The refreshments, consisting of coffee
and a salad course, were served In a
novel manner. Bach person, on enter
ing, was tagged, with a red bell,
bearing a letter which occurs in some
month. Over the archways of the class
rooms were the names of the 12 months,
and the months were spelled out in
groups of persons in the refreshment
A large number of people called
through the afternoon and the affair
wai a success.
Dr. C. C. Young will give an Illus
trated lecture on "Why the white man
should rule in Asia," in the Braaoe flats
on Thursday evening.
A meeting of the trustees of the First
Congregational church was held Tues
day Afternoon at the office of Charles
Liberal subscriptions to -the building
fund of the church were made-
Those present were Mrs. Charles De
Groff. Messrs. Charles Stevens, Harry
Bailey, Hamby. Royal Jaekman, C F.
Morse, Dr. C M. Hendricks.
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About El Pasoans
Mrs. L. M. Turner has moved from
the Lucerne flats to her new home. 3S17
LITTLE BOBBIE'S PA
By WILLIAM F. KIRK.
IM glad that you are B'olng to be at
home tonlte, husband, sed Ma to Pa
wen he calm hoam. Thare Is a
Asiatic seeress curamlng up here tonlte
to seer. She knows all about yure past
& yure future the mlnnit she sees y on.
Doan't you think she must ho a won-
to git kind ef nneesy. It aeeras to me.
Pa sed, that you bring atear queer pee
pul to the house than any hostess that
ewer heeteseed. Between the reglar
club wlnnnen that com hers. Pa sed. &
the hugs like the one that is camming
tonlte. you maik home Mfe a p secular
derful woman to know all about yure This lady that is camming here to
future? ! Ite is ope that will shew yeu sum-
FJrlv wonderful. Pa sed, but I think
that knowing ray futirre Is only a mid
dling accom-plishment. If she knows
half of my past she must be a wizard.
thing, sed Ma. I met her first at a
studio. You know, sed Pa, I have
offen asked you to keep away from
them studios, & now I ask you eaoe
"7 vBflflHH EHBs grC. rl
It is my past that she has got to show
me, sed Pa.
She will show you all rite, sed Ma.
Who Is this wundarful She? sed Pa.
I thought that Pa was beginning for
How EnglisH Beauties
Peel Their Faces
El Pasoans Returning
Mrs. Paul LIsso. who is visiting in
Louisiana and being entertained exten
sively, will arrive home the first of
Oar initial dance of the year will be
held on Friday evening, January 2$.
We want to see you with us.
(From Society World.) "
"While abroad recently I could not
help observing that the average Eng
lishwoman's complexion Is far more
beautiful than that of the- average wo
man of our country," says Mrs. Scott
secretary of the Nattdnal Health-Culture
Society. "Making inquiries, sev
eral intimate friends is London con
fided to me that they regularly used
on their faces what is commercially
known as mercoliaed wax. I do not
know whether the habit is general
there, but I do knowhat this wax has
wonderful rejuvenating properties. I've
tried it myself.
"If you will get an unce of this mer
collzed wax at yourVdrug store and
apply it like cold crearft you will soon
behold in your glowing cheeks their
first resemblance to ie remarkable
transparent beauty of jfhe Englishwo
man's complexion. This wax gradually
peels off the lifeless sclrf skin in Xny.
almost Imperceptible ipakes, revealing
the fresh, new skin ufrn"'- P"y
white, with the blooiW of youth and
for all that you stay away from them.
AH thare is in a studio Is. tea & Rooeh
un cigarets. Why uoant yo go te reg
lar cafays with yure lady trends, sed
Pa. The tea Is better thare.
Jest then the Asia-tic seeress calm
in. She had her vail on & a long cloke
& she had a crys-tal ball In her hand.
Wen she took off her vail Pa went rite
oaver and shook hands with her. She
was a butifui woman. I am glad to
meet you, sed Pa. this is my llttel eon
Bobble. My wife tells me that you can
read the future & the past. Yes, sed
the lady. All I need is two rooms in
wlch to work. I mite use the library
& the living room. Yure wife & yure
llttel son can be the witnesses wen I
read yure past, so as to prove that
everything that I say is the right thing.
It wuddent matter about witnesses
wen I read yure future.
I see, sed Pa. Pa was gttting kind
of pale. I was thinking. Pa sed, that
it mite be a better skeem for you to
read my future in front of the folks,
nrad the wlt me & me alone.
That cannot be. sed the seer-ess. The
Xforns have decreed otherwise.
Who is the Norns. sed Pa.
It Is the old Viking word for Fate,
sed the seer-ess. Come. I will first
read yure past
No, sed Pa, thare will be no show
this eavning. Wen I was yung. seer-ess,
thare was certlng things that calm Into
my life wich I am afrade to have my
sou lissen to.
The son can go to bed, sed the seer
ess No, madam, sed Pa, the son can ree-
Buys any SUIT or OVERCOAT m our
entire stock regardless of former prices.
Assortments are still good and you can get
just what you have in mind. tJil
U4 Of All Pants.
1-4 Of All Trunks and Suit Cases.
1-3 Of Sweater Coats.
20 to 50 Of All Furnishing Goods.
Come today Don't wait.
310-312 San Antonio.
It ewes, aad yo remain cared, ws
know, and yea will if yoa toy it
Geseeded the greatest kidaey wat
on earth. ,..
Why set visit Faywood Hot
Springs first, since you wiB eveata
ally go then anyway?
Lae Modem HoteL Pecfeet Oi
T. C TffcDenBett, "The Faywesd"
Faywsod, W. M.
Geo. A. Mansfield & Co.
a i . Cm wh v TA mkms me SO. 1
stuck to him until the seer-ess went
hoam. A she dident tell Pas future or
10s past either.
It is reported that ie,M acres of
land at the month of the Brazos river
was recently purchased by S. M.- Swen
soo and sons, of New York, for the
psrpose of developing Texas sulphur
212 1-2 San Antonio St.
TBCUMCARI MAN SHIPS
RABBITS TO DALLAS.
Tucumcari, N. M, Jan. 26. Jake Os
walt, of near Endee. this county,
shipped over 1000 rabbits this week to
Dallas, Texas. It is said that the
rabbit, bear grass and hay output are
bringing considerable money into this
section of the county.
Ask Your Doctor
Stir up your liver a little, just enough to start the bile nicely.
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