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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, November 3 ,1912. 11
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Mrs. James A. Dick was hostess at
a delightful reception at her residence,
1J04 Montana street, on Thursday
afternoon, in honor of Mesdames Peyton
Brown, J. H. Clary and C H. Finley
Mrs. Dick's homo was artistically deco
rated in pink carnations, smilax and
candelabra with pink candles. The
guests' cards were received at the door
by Katherine Dick, Clara Hawkins and
.May Kranzthor. The young girls were
dressed in white dresses with pink rib
bon sashes and pink ribbon bows in
their hair. In the receiving line were
Mesdames Dick. Crown, Clary and Fin
ley. They all wore handsome gowns,
Mrs. Dick's of gray and white brocade
with silver trimmings, Mrs. Brown's
gown a rose messaline; Mrs. Clary's a
gown of white crepe de chine; Mrs.
Finley's gown of pink chiffon over
pink satin. The carried beautiful
bouquets of pink carnations.
Cut glass vases holding pink carna
tions were placed at different parts of
the room and at the punch bowl in the
hall, ferns, glowers and palms were
beautiful. In the1 dining room were
also large bouquets of pink carna
tions, while the table was exquisite.
The dome overhead was covered with
the flowers and ropes of smilax were
drawn from this to the four corners
of the table, and tied there with large
pink satin bows. A cluny runner and
smaller oieces were very rich, with
the dark mahogany wood, and crystal i
candlesticks held pinK candies witn '
Mrs. H. J. Simmons and Mrs. V. r )
Safford presided at the table and
poured chocolate and coffee. Fruit j
punch and a delicious salad course
were served, and music oy an orenes-
tra was enjoyed the entire afternoon.
Those assisting the hostess at the
punch bowl in receiving the guests
and in the dining room were: Mes
dames W. H. Burges, J. E. Barclay, W.
R. Brown, 'Walter Irwin, Winchester
Cooley, W. W. Turney, Guy Hammett,
IX. L. Ramey, J. W. Eubank, W. E. An
derson. W. T. Htasson. H. S. Potter, H.
T. Edgar, B. M. Worsham, S. T. Turner,
W. L. Gaines, John Dyer, H. T. Bowie,
Sdgar Fewel, J. G. McNary, M. O.
Wright. David Payne, V. B. Stiles, W.
L. Tooley, Chas. L. Overstreet, Leila
Moore. V. P. Safford, H. J. Simmons,
F. W. Norton, George Lie Baron, Misses
Wanda Race, Anna Lee Gaines and
Annie Le Baron.
The Sunshine society has been able,
through the courtesy of Howard Fogg,
to invite 200 schPol children to be its
guests on Saturday afternoon at the
new Hippodrome skating rink, which
was formerly the Airdome. The chil
dren will be given the free use of the
skates and rink from 2.30 until 5:30.
They can accommodate only 200 chil
dren and the first who apply will be
given entrance. The Sunshine society
will give these free skating parties
rvcrv week, on Saturday afternoons,
and will be great fun for the children.
The Handicraft shop will be open to
the pubiic all day on Saturday, at the
home of Mrs. Van C. Wilson.- 1819
WHOOPIHG COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP
BRONCHITIS C00GHS COLDS
A simple, safe and effective treatment
for broacmal troubles, without dosing the
stomach with drags. Used with success
for thirty years. t
The air carrying the antiseptic vapor, in
spired with evevy breath, makes breath
ing easy, soothes the sore throat, and
stops the cough, assuring restful nights.
Cresolene is invaluable to mothers with
young children and a boon to
Send us postal for
Try Creaoiene Antisepfec
Throat Tabtetsfor the ir
ritated throat. They are
or Iron as, Me ia stamps.
VAPO CtESOLEKE CO.
from post office, north of
tracks; best apartment house
site in town.
100x120; price $15,000.
Tobin Real Estate
The Post Office Is Behind.
Highest quality, besfservice, lowest
prices. That'', why y should trade
at this shop.
Prime Rib Roast, -j g
per lb IOC
Bump Roast, c r v
per lb 7. iV2C P
T-Bone bteafc. ef
per lb UC
Veal Shoulder Roast, ? C
9.13 K.Stanton St.
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2026 or 2610, day;
and 345. night.
Beautiful gold and black brocade
forms this draped evening wrap, the
design of which is well suited to the
A yoke and sleeve Sn one form the
upper part, the yoke extending to the
waist line in front, and the lower' part
is slightly gathered to the yoke and
draped up in front, to give the much
desired tapering outline to the skirt.
A lining of black satin frill of black
satin is of unusual but effective, and
the neck frill of black panne velvet
is wired to make it stand erect.
Mrs. Philip Prager, of Trinidad, Colo.,
was the guests of honor at a party
given- by Mrs. Leon Strauss and Mrs.
Louis Chernis at the home of Mrs.
Chernis. Mrs. Prager is visiting Mrs.
Joe Freudenstein. "Bunco" and bridge
were played. Mrs. J. E. Winner won
the first bridge prize, a brass flower
' basket Mrs. Sol Berg won the first
prize in bunco, a stem, ana Jars.
Haymon the consolation, a fancy
tootpick holder. Mrs. Prager, the guest
of honor, was presented with a hand
painted plate. Dainty tally cards in
violets were used. About five tables
of guests were present.
Rabbi Martin Zielonka has returned
from a two weeks' trip to east Texas
and will occupy his pulpit this evening
as usual. The subject of his sermon
will be, "Children of the Same Par
ents " Beginning with the last week
of this month he will deliver the first
of a series of popular lectures on,
"The Basis of a City." The subject
of the first lecture being, "Back to
the Home." The services of the tem
ple begin at S p. m., promptly.
The sewing circle of Temple Mt.
Sinai will meet on Monday afternoon,
November 11, at 2:30 oclock.
El Pasoans Away
T. C. Lea is at Alamogordo, N. M., on
legal business. He will return today.
Irregular bowel movements lead to
chronic constipation and a constipated
habit fills the system with impurities.
HERBINE is a great bOTel regulator.
It purifies the system, vitalizes the bood
and puts' the digestive organs in fine,
v-gorous condition. Price 50c. Sold by
I Scott White & Co- three stores. Adv.
Pork Shoulder Roast,
Hens, Home Dressed,
Spring Chickens, Turkeys and Ducks.
Alive and Dressed to Order.
Pickles and Kraut
Bell Phone 136;
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Mrs. T- M. White was hostess at,,a
delightful tacky party on Thursday
afternoon in honog- of Mrs. E. R. LincL
sey, of Tucson, Arts. Games were
played. Miss Meddle Kelly winning the
first prise, which was a Japanese pin
cushion. Miss Nancy Kelly iwon the
consolation, which was a gold slipper.
Miss Jane Lindsey won the prize for
the best old-fashioned costume. Mrs.
A. W. Hadley won the second, and Miss
Leila Mueller was charming in a blue
mull costume. Mrs. H. M. Hatcher
also wore an old-fashioned costume of
white with pink flowers. Her. hat was
a poke bonnet. The house was deco
rated in pink and white chrysanthe
mums. The dining table held a basket filled
with the flowers. Chewing gum, pop
corn, ice and cake were served. Those
present were: Mesdames C. M. Young-berg,-
F. W. MeConnell, Lelia Mueller,
A. W. Hadley. B. F. Brady. E. H. Wag
goner, Douglas Gifford, C. M. Dawley,
S. P. Kelly, G. P. Stravens, W. M. Sachs,
H. M. Hatcher. J. A. Wright. Moro
Short, Victoria Whltmer. F. E. Nich
ols, J. T. Lindsey, Misses Fannie Woods,
Jane Lindsey. Nancy and Meddie Kelly,
Willa Hatcher; master Lucas Lindsey.
Mrs. White was assisted in serving
by Mrs. George P. Stravens and Miss
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Brown enter
tained informally on Wednesday even
ing 'with a musical in honor of Mrs.
Brown's brother, Albert J. Murphy, and
wife. Mrs. Wyatt Evans sang several
selections. Miss Alice CNeil played
the violin and also sang. Mrs. J. J.
Pearce, Mrs. T. W. Elson and Mrs.
Brown were soloists. The music was
greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Helen Roberts
was accompanyist. The table in the
dining room was decorated with a
large basket filled with fruit and au
tumn leaves were scattered over the
table. A delicious salad course was
served. Those present were: Mes
dames Wyatt Evans, J. J. Pearce. Lula
Shelby, Helen Roberts, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mur
phy, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Elson: Miss
Alice O'Neill, David Murphy, Dr. and
Mrs. W. L. Brown.
Mrs. L. C LeVeau will entertain on
Wednesday afternoon, November 13, in
honor of Miss Amy Schutz, who is a
bride-elect of December.
Mesdames F. P. Miller and J. ' L.
Ely are entertaining this afternoon in
honor of their sister. Miss Elisabeth
Hall, of Brownwood, Tex. .-
The marriage of Francis Edmund
Collins and Miss Helen German was
solemnized at the church of the Im
maculate Conception on Thursday
morning at 8 oclock. The Rev. Father
Roy performed the ceremony. The
flowers used in decoration of the
church and the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. German.
UK Los Angeles street, were a gift
of the bride' aBtr Ms. X. German.
TJf Stm Diego, Calif. "Wilte carnations
decorated the altar in the church and
palms' were interspersed, making a
very pretty effect.
The bride entered on the arm of
her father, and was lovely in a white
cloth dress trimmed in lace. She wore
a large white beaver hat trimmed in
aigretts and carried a boquet of white
bride's roses. The maid of lmmor,
Miss Lavinia German, younger sister
of the bride, wore a pink char
meuse with a black hat trimmed in
pink roses. She carried a boquet of
pink roses. They were met at the
altar by the groom and his best man,
After the ceremony, a six course
"breakfast was served at the home of
the bride's parents, the families of the
bride and groom being present and
their most intimate friends. Yellow
and white chrysanthemums, with
orange blossoms and lilies of the val
ley, decorated the dining room most
artistically, white candles completing
the decorations. The house through
out was in chrysanthemums and
In the evening a reception was held
informally from S until 16 oclock. In
cutting the bride's cake. Miss Marie
Levinson cut the ring, Mrs. Joe Grant
the dime, Mrs. C. K. Jameson the
thimble and Mrs. George Blanton the
button. Punch, ices and cake were
The bride is the elder daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. German and has
been the inspiration for many parties,
recently given In her honor. 'Mr. Col
'11ns is connected with the firm of J.
E. Morgan & Co general contractors.
They went immediately to the Hotel
McCov. whpre thAV -will romAfn until
I the completion of their apartment in
the new Wallace apartment house.
The bride was the recipient of many
Friends and schoolmates of Miss Liz
zie McCormick gave her a 'surprise
kitchen shower Tuesday evening at the
home of Miss Carr. on Stanton street.
Miss McCormick is soon to become the
bride of Oscar Darr. The first part of
the evening was spent in opening the
packages, which afforded a great deal
of pleasure. About 10 oclock a six
course dinner was served by Mrs. Carr,
Miss Carr and Mrs. Walsh. The guests
were: Lizzie McCormick, Margaret Carr,
Katherin Cranstone, Gertrude Cook, Ada
Goff,Anna Hackett, Helen Kelly. Julia
Kelly, Agnes Donahue, Edna Dudin,
Anna Mead. Grace Cook, Alice Cook,
Helen Burke, Mary Friedl, Treddie
Barker, Nina Robertson, Mary Rodda,
Delfinna Look, Anna Standt, Margaret
Seggerson, Mary Smith, Ethelyn Coram,
Josie Hertnam,- Ada Brewer, Effie
Frieberg. Zella Roberts, Lucile Haile,
Virtue Wllkerson. Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Jim
Barker, Mrs. Kate Sauers, Mrs. Nor
wood and Mrs. Walsh.
"Willow Grove No. 8-1, Woodmen's Cir
cle, held its regular every other month
meeting recently. High five was played
and refreshments were served after the
Wednesday night the L. A. to the B.
of R. T. gave a benefit social for J.
Chouquette. a sick member, at the
residence of Mrs. W. Ake. A salad
course 'was served and many donations
Dinners and Luncheons
Tom Mayfield gave a dinner at the
Country club on Wednesday evening,
and after the dinner the party bowled.
Capt. William Herringshaw enter
tained with a Mexican supper at the
Country club on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Thomas H. Logan and the Miss
es Logan are entertaining' with a "tea"
complimentary to Mrs. C. R. Morehead
and ilrs. Frank D. Wickham.
latuntay, November 8 to Saturday, November 18
A Few of the Mmy Good Things
This is Our Biggest Annua! Event.
8 a. m.
Galranited Coal Seuttke,
large size, each
9 a. m.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear in -corset
covers and drawers; fine OP
9 a. m.
Children's Muslin Underwear
skirts, waistfi and drawers;
good quality, each
10 a. m.
Austrian China Assortment, iachid
ing salads, ehoeolate pots, pitchers,
syrup pitehers, sugars, creamers,
cake plates, large cups and saueers;
very 'handsome, - Q'EJ n
We will place on sale SIX big' new
specials in the Toy Department;
everyone a worthy Kress Bargain;
prepare for Christmas, OC-
men's silk: hose suspenders
In black, pair 25e Good elastic web, pair .-15c
POCKET, KNIVES . SHOE POLISH
Up to $1.00 values, ea.25c Tw0 one box 1Qc
SHAVING BRUSHES hands
Worth three times the FOra-B-EAlTOS
price each 25c Crochet and silk, each. 2oc
CIGAR LIGHTERS MEN'S
A practical alcohol lighter, GUARANTEED HOSE
each 25c All plain colors pair. .10c
VriT 1 V J XZT J '? Our aim is always best possible
Watch Kress Windows ,t k,wt
Many Seventh and Eight Grade Pupils
On Lamar School Distinction List
The Distinction list for the first
quarters' Work of the pupils of the
seventh and eighth grades or the La
mar school is given below. It In
cludes those receiving from 90 to 100
Hfttory: Gladys Schwars, Roliene
Tipton. Willie Titsworth, Harolu
Wright, Soma Botm. Lola Courtney.
Lucita Escajeda, Marguerite Hargrove.
Winifred Jackman,Gladys L.undy.Craw
ford. Williams, Coral Bias, James Mar
shall, W. M. Peticolas. Clio Russell.
Helen Barker, Willis Gregory, Wayne
Literature: Felicia von Briesen.
Gladys Schwara. Roliene Tipton,
Harold Wright. Lucita Escajeda. Mar
guerite Hargrove, Merle Hoffecker.
Winifred Jackman. Clio Russell, Ruby
Hill. Lowdon Wingo.
Composition and Grammar: Helen
Fisher, Lola Robertson. Ruby Hill.
Algebra: Eva Duden, Felicia von
Briesen, Roliene Tipton. Harold
Wright, Crawford Williams, Julia
Bigelow, Winifred Jackman, Ruby
Arithmetic: Eva Duden. Roliene
Tipton. Harold Wright, Franklin Har
ris. Paul ' Harvey, Crawford Williams,
Julia Bigelow, Vivian Cannon. Lucita
Escajeda, Mirguerite Hargrove, Win
ifred Jackman, Kathleen Kelly, Gladys
Lundv. Hubert Littleton. James Mar
shall, Roy Ward, Lowdon Wingo,
Blythe Johnson. Willie Johnson.
George Linebaugh, Charles Overstreet.
Geography: Helen Barker, Dan Ella
Burke. Willis Gregory. Blythe John
son. Charles Overstreet, Clio Russell,
Ingleborg Schulze, Bernice Stiles,
Wayne Taylor, Lowdon Wingo.
Grammar: OtUIIie Alarid, Helen
Barker. Dan Ella Burke, Ruoy Gard
ner, Willis Gregory, Blythe Johnson,
Lenora Nold. Wayne Taylor.
Physiology: Helen Barker, Willis
Gregory, Gladys Harvey, George Line
baugh, Blythe Johnson, Charles Over
street. Cecir Palmer, Ingleborg
Schulse, Wayne Taylor.
Deportment: Eva Duden, Helen
Fisher. Laura Henderson, Josephine
Robert, Gladys Schwarz, Robbie
Stewart, Felicia von Briesen, Donald
Grant. Arthur Hathaway, Herbert
Longuefeld, George McLure, Gilbert
Newsome, Edward Nunn, Rocliene
Tipton, Willie Titsworth, Harold
Wright, Julia Bigelow. Emma Bohn,
Julia Bigelow, Emma Bohn,
BAnBKR'S .ITCH CAUSBS SCARS
TRBAT IT WlOHlTty.
Try thin Remedy at Our Risk.
When little yellowish pimples or
watery blisters form on the hairy por
tions of the face and body, it is a
sign of barber's itch, which is very
contagious and if allowed to become
chronic, is painful and produces per
This disease is caused by a tiny
parasite, and when treated with Saxo
Salve, our new skin remedy, which
permeates and saturates the skin,
these parasites are killed, and the
skin made healthy again.
Saxo Salve is wonderfully heal
ing in all kinds of skin diseases and
eruptions, such as salt rheum, tetter,
eczema, ivy poisoning, etc., because
it penetrates the skin and carries It3
purifying and ifealing ingredients to
every portion of the diseased tissue.
It is guaranteed to satisfy you per
fectly we cheerfully give back your
money if it does not Kelly & Pollard,
Druggists, El Paso, Texas. Adv.
9 Monday, Nov. 11
8 a. m.
Ladies Flannelette Kimonos, ftp
all sizes, each
Lace bands of steel and gilt, np
very popular, yard C
10 a. m
J.U it. ill.
Ladies' and -Children's Umbrellas,
regular size steel Tods, usual sy r-
$1.00 value, each
3 p. m.
Handsome Pin Cushions, hand paint
ed and lace trimmed; several differ
ent shapes in all colors; ordinary
$1.00 value, OP-
Tuesday, Nov. 12
9 a. m.
Imported China Tea Pots, nicely dec
orated, several varieties, f)P
10 a. m.
White Porcelain Combinets with cov
ers; these are' the same as usually
sell for $1.25, OC
Francis Broaddus. Aileen Buchannan.
Vivian Cannon, Stella Corning, Lola
Courtney, Lucita Escajeda, Lois Ged
des, Franklin Harris, Margurite Har
grove. Paul Harvey, Bertha Hilgart
ner. Ruby Hill, Merle Hoffecker. Win
ifred Jackman, Kathleen Kelly, Fred
Kinchelve, Gladys Lundy, Flora Ma
lonp, Robert McPherson. Werner Moel
ler, Dorcas Payne, Ralph Priest. Lola
Robertson, Ervin Schwartz. Tomas
Sparks, Helen Strang, Nina Vieseas,
Iris Webb, Crawford Williams, Hubert
Littleton. Hubert Sharp, Scott Walk
er, Coral Bias, Marion Calnan.
May belle Cunningham. Frances Har
ray. Lula Kennedy, Martha Lowman,
Clio Russell, J. R. Clark, John Barr,
William Bias. Ottillie Alarid. Helen
Barker, Dan Ella Burk. Paul Broyles.
Marie Cass. Oscar Fegan, Willis Greg
ory, Roland Goering. Ruby Gardner,
Gladys Harvey. Ruth Haupt, Willie
Johnson, Blythe Johnson. Wilfred
Kranzthcr. George King, Marguerite
Logan.George Linebaugh, Will Murry.
Lenora Nold, Charles Overstreet. Cecil
Palmer. Ernest Pringle, Marguerite
Prothro, Russell Ramage. Max Ravel.
Marion Rullman, Mary Riggs, Hazel
Spence. Ingleborg Schulse. Virginia
Standish, Bernice Stiles. Wayne Tay
lor, James Wafer. Emma Windberg,
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mrs. Thomas S. Cowherd, of Clifton
ford, Vtu, is the house guest of her
aunt, Mrs. G. M. Seamands, 719 East
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harry -Snyder and
children have left for northern Cali
fornia after a visit with Mrs. Snyder's
sisters, Mrs. R. B. Alves,- Mrs. D. B.
Smith and Mrs. Fred Wood worth.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Miller are vis
iting Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Safford and
will reside permanently in EI Paso.
They will be "at home" to their
friends at 507 Montana street after
El Pasoans Returning
Mrs. Roy M. Wolcott and little son.
Roy, have returned to the city from
Los Angeles, Ca where they spent
the summer. They are occupying one
of the apartments in the Sunset apart
Miss Henrietta Buckler returned to
the city on Wednesday evening after
a two months' visit in Los Angeles,
San Francisco and Coronado, CaL
While away Miss Buckler was the in
spiration for many social affairs given
in her honor.
Mrs. Rose Donaldson has returned
from a visit of several weeks in Mis
souri. About El Pasoans
Mrs. R. B. Alves is recovering from
her recent illness with typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Priest are being
congratulated on the birth of a son on
Charles, the baby son of M.-. and
Mrs. J. E. Amador, 1313 San Aitooio
street, is seriously ill.
Dr. and Airs H. A. McGruder are re
joicing over the birth of a little
daughter. The little one will be
named Mary Kmma.
IN EL PASO
T Be Celebrated For 7 Days
We Have For You During This Sale
-:- Can You Afford Not to Visit Us?
Wednesday, Nov. 13
9 a. m.
Maple Mixing Bowls, sanitary and
ueeroL, two sixes, 1 C
each, 16e and 13C
10 a. m.
Kegular size ALARM CLOCKS, every
body sells them lor ?i.w Oj?
except Kress, each
' . .
ThUrsdaV, NOV. 14
Daintiest Ever Tableware ljr
assortment, each AOC
10 a. m.
Japanese Popular assortment, hand
3 p. m.
Japanese Plates, TC-
Cups and Saucers, 1 J
Friday Nov. 15
10 a. m.
Full line Enamelware, blue and
white, all the large pieces; np
first quality, each tJ C
For decorations, long
stems, each 15c
To embroider, each. . .15c
Plain colors, very wide,
Choice extracts, each in
handsome box . . 15 and 25c
service and newest merchandise
I CRAWFORD THEATRE
Mr. Albert Taylor - "?"
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT.
THE SIEGE OF THE ALAMO
A company of the 22d Infantry will assist in the famous battle of the
Alamo. Complete scenic production.
SEATS AT EYAK'S 25c and 35c
Slippers and Pumps.
Saturday only at
White, Black or
Low heels or High,
the best Quality
and right styles.
Sizes and widths
221 San Antonio
Get Bargains every dav in
Our Economy Basement"
BOY LIGHTS M VTCH IX TASK
CAR; OXK KILLED, FOUR IXJUHKD
Detrojt. Mich., Nov. 8. Joe Starzy. 13
years old, was instantly killed: Joe
Tomasczkeski. 14 years old. was pei
haps fatally injured and three or tour
other boys were badly burned by an ex
plosion of gas in a, tank car whkh re
cently had been emptied of gasoline
A number of bos were plaing t-ide
and seek among freight cars on a sid
ing. Tomasczekeski. noticing the opening
in the empty tank car, decided it was a
Saturday, Nov. 16
Large Decorated Turkey Platters; be
prepared for Thanksgiving and
Christmas; regular price
9 a. m.
White Decorated .Bowls and rtj-
pitchers, each C
White Decorated Bowb and
10 a. m.
Doll Folding GoCarts, usual QJ?
75c item, each ,.
10 a. 32L
Useful Food Chopper; a vey prac-
tkad Hem; value 98e,
Ahuuwan Photo Frames, smoking
sets, puff boxes and ink OEf
stands, each &OC
4 p. m.
Children Sewing Machines; this will
be the only sale of these before
Christinas; value $1.25, OC
each , .. tOC
Superior quality, 6 ounce
' bottle 10c
16 ounce bottle 20c
Armour White Flyer, 10
cakes for 25c
lisle, two clasp, pair. 25c
"Watch Kress' Windows''
Ed. W. Pew.
St., and 1 16 Texas.
good place to conceal himself. He
descended to the floor of the car witU
Starzy following him. Just as the lat
ter "was entering the opening Tomasc -kek
struck u. match Starzy .as
blown ."n feet Into the air and fell on
top of a box tar His bod was fearful
ly burned Tomasczkeski lav flat on
the bottom oi the car until the flam- s
hji nod out ami then oliml ed up the lad
tlrr He was ternbl burned about the
hrad and bod. The other lads we-.-climbing
on the car when the explo