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Thursday, November 7, 1912 11
EL PASO HERALD
Mrs. James Alexander Dick Is enter
taining with an "at home" this after
noon at her home 1204 Montana street
in honor of Mesdames Peyton Brown.
J. H. Clary and a H. Finley.
Dinners and Luncheons
Cant, and Mrs. A. P. Watts enter
tained at dinner Wednesday evening At
the Valley Inn. Their guests were
Lieut, and Mrs. S. T. Mackall. Miss
Louise Mackall and Mrs. Travia,-
Miss Rena Coldwell will be guest of
honor at a shower on Saturday after
noon. Mrs. Clyde Teague will enter
tain complimentary to Miss Coldwell,
who is a bride-elect of November.
About El Pasoans
Mrs. Frank Powers is moon improved
after a serious illness at her home on
The charity ball will be given on
Thanksgiving eve at the Toltec dub,
and the following women will be the
patronesses of the reception which will
Mesdaroes Claiborne Adams, A. An
dreas, B. B. Bailey. Henry Beach. La
mar Davis. W. S. Clayton, A. P. Coles,
Winchester Cooley, J. M. Dean. J. L.
Dyer, J. A. Dick, D. A. Fredericks, W.
C Gardenhire, B. F. Hammett. W. CL
Kluttx. A. Krakauer, A. M.'Loomis, A.
Mathias, C. R. Morehead. D. M. Payne.
Henry Piatt. H. S. Potter. W. E. Race.
W. W. Rose, Joshua Reynolds, A.
Schwartz, H. J. Simmons, A. L. Sharp.
E Z. Steever. H. B. Stevens. S. H. Suth
erland. Frank West Z. T. White, J. F.
William, W. H. Austin.
The executive boar: will assist the
patronesses. It consists of the follow
ing women: Mesdames O. H. Baum. H.
W. Broaddus, W. R. Brown, W. H.
Burges. W. C. Davis. C. E. Kelly. E.
Kohlberg. A. F. Kerr. J. C. Lackland. R.
C. Loomls. J. G. McNary, Irving Mc
Neill. J. H. Nations, J. A. Rawling. J.
A. Rice, U. & Stewart. H. D. Slater. W.
W. Turney, J. B. Watson. G. C Wlm
berly. Van C. Wilson.
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The Degree of Honor had a meeting
at the Knights of Pythias hall h Tues
day afternoon. "Bunco" was the game
played and the first prise was won by
Mrs. John Figuira and the consolation
fell to Mrs. John T. Cain. After the gams
refreshments were served. j
The bazar committee of the. 0- E. S.
will hold an all day meeting at the
usual place on Friday.
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A Serious Joke on
The U. Se Gov't has been experimenting to dis
cover the poisonous quality of Caffeine (found in
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57 healthy rabbits Were given an aoerage dose of 5 1 -10 grains-
; A They AH Died.
See Gov't Bulletin No. 148,
. Bureau of Chemistry
A cup of coffee containspver 2 1-2 grains of Caffeine; enough in two cups to
Idll a rabbit.
Of course this joke was on ihe rabbits.
A goodly number of humorous Americans play the same joke on themselves' and
keep it up until some fixed form of disease sets in, as a result cifthe "daily ,dqsfi of
Caffeine, in quantity enough to kill a rabbit, but only enough to r
Cripple a Man
Not at one blow, but by
little blows repeated daily.
Of course some systems are strong enough to stand all kinds of abuse, but.when
a man or woman observes a growing nervousness, or heart trouble, stomach, bowel
or eye disturbances, it is time to quit the daily dose of coffee and see if Nature will
begin to heal.
It is easy to shift from coffee to Postum. The food beverage has the deep,
seal-brown color which turns to a golden-brown when cream is added. The flavour
ha- the crisp tang so winning to the palate and the cup is made instanter by one
struck spoonful of the powder. .
stirred in a cup of hot water, and there you are.
The change from coffee to Poslum works wonders.
Grocers Sell Instant Postum
If your grocer doesn't haoe Instant Postum send his name with 2c stamp for
postage and We will send you a 5-cup sample free..
There's a Reason" for Postum
Made by Porfum Cereal Co.. Ltd.. P ire Food Factories. Battle Creek. Mich-
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 20-10, day;
and 345. night.
Mrs. Robert L. Dorbandt was host
ess of a delightful party on 'Wednes
day afternoon, in honor of Miss Helen
Newell. Mrs. Dorbandt entertained at
her country home, "Valley Gate
Farm." on the county road. There
were six tables of guests and "bunco"
The table at which the bride-elect
was seated for refresments was in
the reception hall and was covered
with a cluny cloth, over white satin.
The corners of the table were tied
with white maline and a cut glass
vase held white bride's roses. Seated
at this table were Misses Helen New
ell. Kate Adams, Laura Maud ivink,
Bthel Brown and Jeanette Iturasey.
The table in the dining room was
covered with a cluny cloth, over green
satin and a cut glass vise held red
carnations. Palms and . American
beauty roses wen lovely In the Jmrior.
Eleven sanies of bunco were played
and the guest of honor was presented
witth a brass scale, far weighing let
ters. The first prise was won 'by Mrs.
T. Sullivan and was & eut glass bon
bon dish. The consolation fell to
Mrs. C G. Shiver and was the same
as the first prise.
During the afternoon. Miss Kate
Adams and Miss Laura Maud Fink
sang solos, very sweetly.
The guest of honor wore a white
cloth suit and a large white fur hat
with pink trimmnlgs. Those present
were: Mesdames Robert Lander.
George Newell. H. D. McGregor. W. G.
Koe, s. (J. AWDrey. i. sunmm. u. u.
Shiver. B. W. Reed. H. M. Giffin. W.
D. Lansden. R. L. Nichols, M. S.
Graves, H- S. Phillips. J. B. Bowen. H.
M. McKinney, C. M. Ramsey, B. M.
Worshma, W. H. Elliott, R. L. Dor
bandt; Misses Helen Newell, Minnie
Eddy, Kate Adams, Ethel Brown.
Jeanette Rumeey. Laura Maud Fink.
Mrs. Dorbandt was assisted by her
aunt. Mrs. H. M. Giffin.
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The Silent Twelve club entertained
on Tuesday afternoon In honor of the
out of town guests and friends of dub
members. The club colors of yellow
and blue were . used in decorations.
guessing games and cards being ifcej
amusements. Mrs. J. Winner an Mrs-
ss. s. Micnois won twe two first Bniee
and the consolation fell to MUs llyra
In the dining ooojn was an "election
pie," built of chrysanthemums and
filled with packages, the ends ef the
ribbons hanging out. The names of
the three candidates for president were
on the ribbons and each guest' pulled
the one of her choice and received her
After the games, refreshments of a
salad course, cake and coffee were
served. The out of town guests were:
Mrs. M. G. Weatherford, B. 8. Nichols,
K. B. Abbott. J. G. Blbeon.
M. H. Allen, llUa Ke,
Wanda OlDsna. L. weafhei
The town snesfs were M
W. Toung. A, G. Fraeer and F.
Mrs. C. K. Kelly entertained the
Wednesday Bridge club on Wednesday
afternoon at her home on Mesa ave
nue. After the game delicious refresh
ments were served.
4& $ .gg. .
Mrs. Louis Thernis is entertaining
this afternoon with bridge at her heme
on TJpaon avenue.
Miss Edna Hammell was the guest, of
honor at a bridge party gvan by her
cousin, Mrs. J. S, Capron, avthe smeltei
on Monday afternoon. The first prise
was won by Miss Meta Ormfibee and
the men's by T. J. Neat The latter part
or. the evening tne young iqiks eajoyetl
dancing. Those present were Misses
Wednesday afternoon at S odock
Harry Herman Schnts and Miss Marten
Elisabeth Calbpbell. were married at
the First Presbyterian church. Rev.
Charles L. Overstreet performed the
ceremony. The church was particu
larly attractive in a decorative scheme
of pink, white and green. Smilas
gracefully draped over the front of the
church, was exquisite with large and
small boquets of pink and white
chrysanthemums, mingled with- the
smilax. Palms were also effectively
used. At the end of each pew small
bunches of white chrysantemums
were tied with white tulle. Mrs. W.
R. Brown played several sellections on
the pipe organ and Mrs. Leila T. Moore
sang very sweely "All For You," pre
vious to the ceremony.
As Mendelssohn's wedding march
was heard, the bride's maids and
ushers passed slowly down opposite
aisles, two and two, and awaited the
gtoom and best man. his brother, Will
Schttts. The maids were dressed in
ptak satin gowns, under pink crepe
de chine and carried white chrys
anthemums. They wore pink tulle in
their hair in a butterfly effect, with
pink roses twined in and out. They
were Misses Delia Kiefer, Jenevie An
derson. Amy Schuta. The ushers .
were Henry Shedd. J. L Lehman.
The bride was lovely in an elaborate
gown of white brocaded satin trimmed
in real lace. The only Jewelry worn
by her was a handsome cameo, gift of
the groom. Her veil was of white
tulle, with becoming hood effect,
edged in pearls. She carried a boquet
of white roses, .and entered upon the
arm of her father, J. L Campbell, who
save her in marriaKe.
After the ceremony at the church an
Informal reception was held at the
heme of the bride's parents. 917 Rio
Grande street. In the receiving line
were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Campbell, the
bridal party, and the groom's brother.
Alfred Schu.tx and wife. Mrs. Camp
bell wore a handsome gown of gray
tnessaline with silver trimmings. The
house was decorated in smilax. stud
ded with pink and white carnations.
Mias Florence Reed presided over the
punch bowl and refreshments of
cream and cake in pink and white
were served. The dining table was
covered with a cluny cloth and in
the center stood a large wedding
cake. In cutting it Dr. Nettie Satter
lee found the dime. Miss Kate Krause
tlftj button, Mrs. Sydney Hoekett jr...
te ring and Warren Small the thim
ble. The bride's going away suit was a
handsome tailored one of black and
white flake with black furs. Her
bat was a gray panne velvet picture
hat lined in blue, and trimmed in blue
and gray grapes of panne velvet.
They left at 7:30 the same evening for
Albuquerque. N. M. where they will
remain a short time before going to
Las Lumaa. where they groom is in
charge of a large farm.
isw--CmpH has nan many social
affairs given in her honor, and was
the recipient of many beautiful gifts.
Put Us to the Test
Right now is a good time to prove how well this store
can supply the articles which will be needed in prop
erly setting the table for that Thanksgiving dinner.
New Cul Glass, Ne Silver, Ne Brass, Copper
and Nickel Table Utensils. We Jed sure you rwill
be pleased viih the -mates and 'aha vith the prices.
Oh, Yes. In Window No. 5.
A big lot of Caroing and Game sets at reduced prices.
The A D. Foster Co!
EL PASO'S POPULAR JEWELRY STORE.
The regular club day meeting of the
Woman's club was held Wednesday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. W. R.
Brown. The meeting was called to
order by the president. Mrs. A. P. Av
erill. The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved: also a report
of the treasurer was heard and ap
proved. The general federation notes
were- given by Miss Eleanor Porcher.
One point of interest was that the ISth
biennial convention of General Federa
tion of Women's clubs will be held in
1914 in Chicago. ML Mrs, Heil Hale
iiiu ffimm.ii viii n.iuiorii vrt. I ve the Texas federation notes. The
Ormsbee, Imoge'ne Robertson, Rosemary vrogrtaa then followed, which was
Ttlha.m and Canron: MeaarK. T. J- NVW1 mcohw ov.ru.c, , ., Bc ...
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W. G. Walz Company
103 EI Paso St.
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
SELECT THAT VICTROLA NOW AND WE WILL HOLD
IT FOR YOU.
THEY WILL BE SCARCE BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
Herman Bateman, Carl Blinn, John
Bllnn. E. Wilkinson and Stein.
Out Of Town Visitors
James Qseaenberry, ef Las Cmees.
is here on a business trip. He is at
Mrs. Blantdn HoU and son, of Lexing
ton. Ky.. are here visiting Mr. and Mrc.
J. P. O'Connor.
T. E. Calkins, better Known as "Doc."
engineer zrom uiobe. is in 1
J. E. Townsend.
Parvin Witte opened the program
with a vocal solo. "Home. Sweet Home,"
accompanied by Mrs. W. R. Brown.
Mrs. van C. Wilson spoke briefly of
the handicraft work, some of which
was displayed in the pergola of Mrs.
Brown's home. Mrs. J. E. Townsend
told of Puritan homes of long ago, and
contrasted them with modern up to
date homes of today. Miss Margaret
1 Le Baron gave a very instructive talk
en domestic science, as taugnt in tne
public schools of today. She spoke
chiefly of the work in the eighth grade,
from the first lesson up te the study
ef chemistry in bread making and in
valid cookery, and closed with some
op mining business. He baa to go by
way of Eagle Pass and Torreon. al
though Sierra Mojada is south of Chi
huahua. It Is reached by a branch rail
road extending- north from Esealon.
Sffijrtt-ftjS??!ft-Nf the original recipes for pudding and
New and Practical
iiBsaa fill 5 11 1 fffl 1 lie
Striped flannel was made use of in
a decorative way in this design- The
pointed yoke effect is Imitated on the
skirt as a trimming. In 'color the
flannel is gray, with stripes of light
blue, and a detachable sailor collar of
blue linen is worn.
The buttoiiH are of blue pearl, and a
blai'k h-lt nnd two bjack velvet tabs
gi c lonlrasu
cakes by girls of the eighth grade.
Mrs. S. -H. Sutherland spoke on modern
appliances of domestic science in the
nonie, auu mw mai w.n w i.j
greatest labor saving machine that is
known. Mrs. E. Kohlberg gave biennial
notes on domestic science, and spoke
particularly of Mrs. Caroline Bartlett
Crane, famous as a municipal house
keeper: also of the improved meat in
spection and sanitation methods. She
said there is no better work for any
Woman's club than to improve the
markets and food: then club women
will be a power for good in the com
munity. Miss Florence Comfort closed
the program with a solo, "Burst Ye
Apple Buds." accompanied by Mrs. So
A called meting of the directors was
held after the program and the cour
tesies of the club were extended to
Mesdames R. A. Whitlock, Bert Loomis,
R. L Daniel and Miss Lucille Daniel
Miss Theo Patterson will entertain
the Beta Beta club on Wednesday af
ternoon. November 13. the meeting
having been postponed this week.
There will be a meeting of the execu
tive board of the Woman's Charity as
sociation on Monday, Nov. 11. at the
home of the president, Mrs. E. Kohl
berg, at 10 oclock.
To Remove Sallowness,
Blotches or "Wrinkles
(From Family Physician.)
Do you realize that just beneath that
coarse, muddy or discolored complexion
there's an exquisitely beautiful skin of
youthful tint and delicacy? If you
could only bring this complexion to the
surface, discarding the old one! You
can in the easiest, simplest, most nat
ural manner imaginable. Just get an
ounce of ordinary mercollsed wax at
any drug store, apply nightly like cold
cream, removing it mornlpgs with
warm water Tbe wax assists Nature
by gradually taking off the lingering
.particles of dead and half-dead surface
skin, causing uo discomfort whatever.
Ordinarily it takes from a week to ten
days to complete the transformation.
Cutaneous defects like pimples, blotches
liver spots, moth patches, freckles, of
course disappear with the old skin.
Nothing else that I know of will ac
complish such wonderful results in so
short a time.
Fine lints and oven th deeper wrin
kles often appear at an early age. In
ruth (-. nothing is better than a
. '.i'tb 'iia.I.' by dissolving 1 "Z. pow -rV-fd
-..nlitc ui 1-2 nint witch haztl
L'rui la niiu.iii.abi.'. ctfoctive. Ad.
The business meeting ef the Wom
an's Missionary society of Trinity Meth
odist church, held Tuesday afternoon,
was especially interesting. A large
crowd was In attendance and the meet
ing opened with the president. Mrs.
I. J. Ayers. in the chair. After re
peating together the Lord's prayer,
the society joined in singing T Love to
Tell the Story." Mrs. J. Mack-Crawford
read for the Bible lesson the 15th
chapter of John, and especially em
phasised the three points in the Chris
tian life soul winning, love for one
another, the overcoming life. Mrs. C
B. Patterson led in player. Mrs. Robt
Lander sang "Saviour, Like a Shepherd
Lead Us." Following the regular or
der of business, the resignation of Mrs.
C. Hooper as secretary, was read and
accepted with much regret. Reports of
the work of the young people were es
pecially gratifying. Mrs. Ross Bryan
presented a most excellent report from
the local department. The society will
send to a worthy Methodist minister a
box of clothing and other articles.
This will he sent in time for Thanks
Announcements of special Interest
were the week of prayer, beginning
next Monday and continuing through
out the week: the silver tea given at
the home of Mrs. William Hogarth, No
vember 14, for the benefit of Sunshine
babies; a kitchen shower planned for
the home of Rev. Mr. Howell and wife,
tbe newly appointed pastor of Govern
ment Hill charge. A number of the
women volunteered to give one after
noon in the month to special calling.
Prayer for the sick and absent mem
bers followed. Fcur new members were
added to the roll. Mrs. H. C. Davis, of
Chicago, was a visitor. The meeting
clcsed with sentence prayers.
Tbe Woman's Missionary society of
the Trinity Methodist church, met en
Tuesday afternoon in the church par-.
Ia-n. P1ia .MA-ati-nav ma a AnA& 4-1,.
song and prayer. The minutes of the
previous meeting were read by Mrs. G.
A. Reeves. Mrs. J. M Crawford read
the scripture lesson. The reports of
officers were read and accented. Com
mittees were appointed to assist in the
"Week of Prayer" to be held afternoons
of next week from 3 to 4:10 oclock. Mrs.
Rdbert Lander, sang several selections
and was accompanied by Mrs. Adine T.
Owen at the organ. Four new members )
were ejected to membersfttp ana the
meeting closed with prayer.
A program of unusual interest has
been prepared for the week of prayer
at Trinity Methodist church. Beginning
Monday, there 'will be held every after
noon during the week from 3:30 to
4:30 a special service. Leaders have been
appointed for every day. Wednesday
evening will be devoted to the work of
the young people. Following the week
of prayer, tsje pastor. Rev. C Wesley
Webdell, will deliver the annual ser
sermop on Home Mission work.
OF BAPTISTS FOEMED
EI Paso Association Divided- Nevr Body
Has Headsarters la Peeest Com
prises Eastern Portion Dtstrlet.
Pecos. Texas, Nov. 7. At the meet
ing of the El Paso Baptist association
at Midland there was made a division
of the body in order te facilitate the
work of the churches. The eastern
portion of the territory, extending from
Midland to Van Horn, eoanty seat of
Culberson- county, is the territory of
the new association and has been or
ganised since the Midland meerting.
The new body has been named The
Pecos Valley Baptist association. The
new organisation starts out with as
large undertaking as waa done by the
parent body. Several of its ehnrcb.es
have long been the leaders in tha work
in this part of the state. It includes as
large territory as the state of Tennes
see and is in the very center of a rap
idly developing section.
The headouarters of the Pecos Val
ley association are at Pecos and Rev.
J. B. Cole, corresponding secretary of
the old asseefation. ia the correspond
ing' secretary of the new body. The
work for the new year' has alreadv
been laid out and the preepeet is for
a great year's progress.
Monte Haley has returned to El Paso,
after an absence of a year and a hail
A GOOD SYSTEM.
In China, a physician draws his pay
so long as his patients are well. When
they are ill, his pay ceases till they
are restored to health.
Te Oar easterners.
our phone, ?. 36,
please call 310.
Held Brea Coal and Wend.
Meet some friends at the depot? Call
LongweU's auto. Quick service, sm';U
cost. Phone 1. Advertisement.
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cost. Phone 1. Advertisement.
Southwestern Fuel Ce. Full measure,
IXPORTABIQjr OF COWS
AND CALYSS MADE HERE
The Pitman Cattle company imported
168 cewa and 14S calves at the local
Ante Per litre.
Call phone 1 for the fast, safe ear of
Longwell's Ed Wolf drives lt Adv.
SeuthweeterR Fuel Ce. Full measure.
213 H. STAKTQX ST.
Ben Phase 136.
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Coal, Stove Wood, Oak Chunks
Phones 210 and 36