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EJL PASO HERALD
Friday, JNbvernber 15, 1912
Concert By Soldier Band Spreads
Happiness Among Needy Babies
Splendid Entertainment at El Paso Theater, With Varied Band Program, In
terspersed by Numbers by Local People Girl Ushers
a Feature Boxes All Filled.
. fcj j . ... i. ci ' s jr -I,
Announcing the Arrival and Display of Brass Goods
THE season has brought out many new ideas in brass goods. We have re
ceived, and are displaying all these novelties, and we know of nothing that .
Witt make a more acceptable Christmas gift than a selection from the following:
DESK SETS CIGAR HUMIDORS
SMOKERS SETS BOOK RACKS . .
CIGARETTE HUMIDORS , INKSTANDS
SMOKING STANDS , -1
In fad, to gam a dear idea of these brass novelties, rvc refer.you to the display in ihe Texas Street T&'mdoW.
A New Arrival in Aivin Silverware
From "The House of AMn re have just received the "Hamilton" pattern m- flatware. This is 'plain
bright finish, and no pattern introduced m recent years has proven as popular. If you are interested in
beautiful silver, we suggest the "Hamilton" pattern for your consideration.
Out Of Town Visitors
Mrs. Ed Yinger has left for San Fran
cisco. Cal , from Greenville, Tex., where
lie has been visiting her daughter for
two months. Mrs. Yinger was formerly
of El Paso and stopped off here on her
wav to hr present home.
Dr. Ida E. Bishop has as her guest
Mrs. Emma Landon. of .Fort -Worth,
Te. Mrs. Landon wil remain here for
srer-al days and will then go on to
Phoenix, Ariz., where she will visit her
n. Mrt Landon formerly lived here
and has many friends in this city.
Mrs. M. S Price entertained at dinner
on Frida night. Covers were laid for
eight. The dinner was given in honor
f Mrs.-T. F. Cowherd, of Clifton Forge,
Ta. The table was beautiful with deco
orations of white chrysanthemums and
smilax. The flowers were used In a
large bowl and the smilax was grace
Miss Lucille Colvin, of New Orleans,
Is the guest of her cousin. Miss
Oberie Hill, of 1907 Arizona street.
For Chapped Hands and LIpK.
At this time of year you are likely
to be troubled with chapped hands.
Your lips, too, may chap and break open
and be very painfuL You can find no
"better remedv for chapped hands and
lips than White's Almond & Witch Hazel
Cream. It does its work quickly and
well. For sale by Scott White & Co.,
Mills Building and 204 Mills St: also by
Depot Pharmacy, near Union Depot.
If anyone found a dhinestone buckle
at the Wise-Davis dance, at the Toltec
Thursday evening, please return to Miss
We are now showing a
full line of doll wigs
made from natural hair
all shades reason
21 6 Texas St. '
218 Mesa Avenue.
r i i r i-'
"The Mere Thought
of Buying a Diamond
Should Suggest Silberberg's.'
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345. night.
A very pleasing entertainment -was
given Friday evening by the 'Whatso
ever club" in Houston Square chapel.
The rooms were attractively decorated
in Japanese lanterns, parasols, etc.
Dainty tea tables were scattered
around the room, and girls dressed in
Japanese costumes poured tea. A short
program was given as follows:
Instrumental solo, M4ss Harriett Bot
torff. Recitation, "A Little Maid From Ja
pan." Sallie Tom Dunn, a little three
year old. in Japanese costume.
"Japanese Love Song," Miss Jenevie
Anderson, in costume, who replied to a
heartv encore with an Indian song.
"Temple Bells Are Ringing."
Recitation, Lois McChesney.
Vocal, "In the Shadows," Miss Mary
Refreshments were then served by
these young girls in Japanese costume:
Misses Olive Page. Josephine 'Franken
berger, Florence1 Robertson, Josephine
Peach, Abby Roberts, Myra Pearson,
The Aid society of the First Congre
gational ehurch held the usual meet
ing at the church on Thursday after
noon. The feature of the occasion was
Miss Mary Antin's book entitled. "The
Promised Land," handled by Mrs. Cbas.
B. Stevens and Mrs. W. A. Hawkins.
Rev. Miles Hanson and Mrs. Mary
Elwell spoke on the same subject Tea
was served by Mrs. Edwin Burke, the
president of the society, and she was
assisted by Mesdames Mary Elwell, G.
F. Hawks, Charles B. Stevens and W.
A. Hawkins. A social hour followed.
The Highland Park Missionary so
ciety of Westminster Presbyterian
church met on Thursday afternoon with
Mrs. J. D. Loraan. An all day session
L-was. held and the women quilted. A
Jr luncheon was served and at the close
of the afternoon short devotional serv
ices were held. Those present were:
Mesdames E. B. Elfers, Alex Ferguson,
D. T. Fennell, F. Hannah, R. B. Horton,
J. H. Hamilton. C Mcintosh, J. G. Low
man, J. H. Logan. I. L. Robinson. J. B.
Roberts, Jesse Statham, A. L. Smith, M.
E. Wade and G. W. Ward.
The Philathea and Baraca classes of
Trinity Methodist church held a social
and -business meeting in the basement
of the church on Friday night The
basement was decorated in autumn
leaves and a program by the following
Piano, Miss Margaret Henderson.
Solo, Clint Ballard.
Recitation, Katherine Harper.
After the program, refreshments of
sandwiches and coffee were served to
about SO guests.
The Missionary society of the High
Park Westminster church will meet
with Mrs. D. T. Fennell at her home,
332 Erie street on Friday afternoon,
El Pasoans Returning
Rev. Ed L. 'Millican, pastor of the
East El Paso Baptist church, has re
turned from the Baptist state conven
tion held in Fort Worth, Tex. On tots
return Mr. Millican stopped off in Dal
las to visit relatives.
III , , hi nmj.
The great difference in silks makes the cleaning of any
sUk garment a delicate operation, yet it must be thoroughly
done. Through our
Faultless Dry Cleaning
We are able to successfully handle these garments and
give real satisfaction because ne actually know how and
why. It involves knowledge of silk manufacturing by
modern methods. Ordinary cleaners can't possibly know
Tel 786,787, 791.
893BTTryo o Mrs a Af "3tt?
Mrs. J. E. Bowen entertained in
formally at her home, 1101 Montana
street on Thursday afternooj with a
bridge party. The first priie was -non
by Mrs. A. J. Fullan and was a silver
relish fork. The second, a hand point
ed custard pot was won by Miss Myra
Prater. The consolation, & 'china hatpin
holder fell to Mrs. S. H. Runkle. After
the game a two course luncheon was
served. The guests present were: Mes
dames F. P. Miller. J. F. Colley. J. F.
McKenxie, F. Turner, Battel!.: White,
K. G. Franklin. W. F. Robinson. J. F.
Eyster. G. L. Kessler. Paul Lissx A.
J. Fullan, W. T. Owen. Cha-les Fox,
W. R. McKenna, S .Comfort Ely. Morris
Parker, W. V. Long, J. C. Scauller, H.
K. DuBots, F. A. Spnce, & H. Runkle,
C M. Hendricks, T. H. Logan; Misses
Myra Prater, Helen Newell and Evelyn
Ore of the pleasant affairs of the
week was the card party given on
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. A. P.
Coles in honor of her cousin, Mrs. Ben
jamin Sherrod, and Mrs. J. A. Covode.
In the large living room of Mrs. Coles's
home were American Beauty roses. The
reception hall was decorated in pink
roses and chrysanthemums, bowls hold
ing the flowers being placed at differ
ent parts of the halL The dining table
was covered with a cluny cloth, in the
center of which was a cutglass bowl
filled with yellow chrysanthemums.
There were 12 tables of players and
several guests came ia later for re
freshments. A prize was given to the
guest who made the highest score at
each table. Refreshments of a salad
course were served at the conclusion of
At a very enjoyable evening , was
spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hanson at 806 Mesa avenue, on
Friday night in celebration of the
birthday anniversary of Mr. Hanson.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J.
G. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. J. Parr. Mrs.
A. McCullough and daughter, Emily
McCullough, Mrs. Ellen E. Turner;
Messrs. J. E. Edwards. George Fille
xnan; H. Calderwood, Frank Ross.
High Five was the game played and
the first prize for the women was
won by Mrs. E. E. Turner, a hand
painted cake plate. T. B. Edwards
won the first prise for the men, a box
of cigars. The second prizes were
won by Mrs. J. G. Dean and Frank
Ross. The prises were a handpainted
shawl and a celluloid doll.
After the same, refreshments were
Mrs. A. K. Manker entertained on Fri
day evening at bridge. Her home was
decorated in red and green very ret
tily and prizes were awarded to Mrs.
C. H. Lyman and H T. Slater.
Two courses were served by the
hostess to the following guests: Mr. and
Mrs. C H. Lyman. Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
Gatley, Mr. and Mrs. William Howie,
Misses Ruby Wilson, Nettie Wilson,
Hazel Priest. Messrs. H. T. Slater. Dr.
J. Reed, Carpenter, John Farnswortb,
A. N. Manker.
Mrs. W. H. Burges and Miss Pollard
will be "at home" on Thursday. Novem
ber 21. to meet Mrs. H. T. Edgar, Mrs.
J. A. Covode, Mrs. Ross Wingo and Mrs.
B. F. Sherrod.
The second of the series of parties,
with which Mrs. J. E. Bowen is en
tertaining her friends, will be given
during the first week in Decen-ber.
701 Texas. I
HERE is sunshine at the Charity
house on South Campbell street
in snite of the clouds. There are
things more material there since the
splendid demonstration oX El Paso's
warm hearted sympathy Friday night
at the "Save the Babies" concert at the
'El Paso theater.
Financially -it was a complete suc
cess. Socially it was more than that;
it was an event, for it is not often that
El Pasoans have the opportunity to be
shown to theif seats by lovely girls
beautifully gownea. anu to see me -ciety
leaders of 1 Paso and Fort Bliss
in attendance as patrons and patrones-
Finer than all was the splendid spirit
the true El Paso spirit shown for a.
cause which is most worthy, and which
has an appeal to the heart that is ir
resistible. Starting as an inspiration
among the big hearted army musicians
of the 22d infantry band, receiving im
mediate sanction of the commanding
officer and regimental adjutant Col.
Fredericks and Capt Simonds, and with
the assistance of the public spirited citi
zens who aided .the Woman's CnarUJ
in completing the arrangements or the
benefit " concert, , the demonstration
reached a high pitch when acting chief
musician C F. WaddinSton rapped with
his baton for attention and swung into
the opening bars of the great American
march "The Chicago Tribune.
A Pretty ricture.
With the boxes and stage decorated
with American flags, the bandmen in
their olive drab field uniforms, the of
ficers wearing their unforms of blue
andl old? the beautifully gowned wom
en who occupied the boxes and orches
the forTor an enthusiastic appreci
over the house seating the crowds and
giving out the souvenir proeraxas. it
was an attractive seating for the splen
did program which was given by the
hand isisted by El Paso musicians.
Btt UvSf watmoSe to the concert than
ademonstrafion in the name of the
greatest of human vlptues. It tooK
fheform of an enthusiaetice appreci
ation of -what the 22d regiment band
Efc done for El Paso and the musicians
were applauded for what they had done
taMt well as wlmt they were
doing for the "Save the Babies" fund.
It was characteristic of these fine t el-
Sero4 foUeTcUmfndfnt thathf
?St &S tteSg
SThSSd to-Tpiayed in El Paso Band
master Waddington directed as if in
spired and the men responded to every
deft direction of his baton.
Brilliant Social i.vent.
h concert was a brilliant social
JSf a number of box parties were
?vfn byAsoimtJrfoU erted in the
wiiSan-s ChaAty. arms- oncers of
highVank from the armies of two re
publics gave the picturesque touch of
military display, and the loj"
who acted as ushers for the e"n,f
did not look or act in the fi.5?.;!
r... - nQintxl' on tiie scenery, but
iMV skinned about welcomed every
& of tnTeUingrW escorted each
F C oridscetfo'the" Yof!
a bride's recepnou.
""'"L.umhtiAe in seat
fng the lge audience. Every seat on
thf matnaoor of -te hovso was taken.
d U-baleWbrf XHAny occupants.
it was the n to andot
always brings out the best in People.
IMS thV call of the music that takes
men out tf the dust and weariness and
SwSv to ?ight and skies and fields and
5K earfs and other neavens-Musl-
wasoSallV. Seldom doe BjM.hK.1
a. chance to welcome so iraw ""
favorit? musicians in a single evening
Miss Virginia Bean Ptayedthe tender
set'fy tha?1 Uie'-audlenc demanded
Sore of her fascinating music, and
?r violin sb? interpreted Dvorak s
Miss Beans niuiu,
sum- "? ." - ",".,! ni.nist. ner-
K'S'rdrA-.cult !" "of accom
SarfsV the Dvorak number, by the way,
5ErwTltten after the composer's so
journ in this country, and the Sawanee
rwS melody is rd;ced nt
piano accompaniment in the same
K3oru?w3f.. in his tremendous
r c !,,- aiirs iiean uibjb
fhr"cetro aJs"weirasolin, and her
Francis MooeS SToffSed two beau
tifuano numbers. steadHy improves
in tebhnlc. and he plays with such
utter abnce of mannerism thatne
htevereteboTate and difficult serious,
w taiel his splendidly trained ability.
pSrvtn Witte is the life of vocal
Snd leading the Prt
aro all enioy from time to time.
void1 in th? melodies of the quartet
rises clear and free, and ir his sow
number Friday evening he struct, xne
Keynote trade excursion quartet
-Birvin Witte, M. M. Hamlin .3. .A.
Dick and H- D. Slater-sang several
pieces at the eoncert tocludrag tne
17th century glee, "Harki,Kwi"h
with its perfect simplicity.
Work of the Band.
The band of the 22d regiment rose
to Its highest pitch of spirited and
sympttheVfc musical interpretation to
.i. nrnhou: overture, the Kaymonu
lue r.F.sw. - . . -
a..a ansl tnp NITVUliail
moVement of Luiginl. Aside from these.
the most popular number was doubt
less the 'cWnic Tattoo." with the mem
ber of the band paving one by one
onrt Mowing out their candles, at last
ring negstage in total darkne un
til the bass drummer ends the i joke b
putting' his foot through his drum. The
band played almost incessantly all
evening, and filled in every pause with
ragtime, spirited marches, and light
opeVatic snatches. The elaborate rag
ime suites by English composers
aroused great interest The attack and
the modulations by the band in class
ical as well as popular numbers,
brought forth much appreciative ap-
Three trumpeters of the 22d in
fantry introduced a novel and much
enjoye-1 feature of the program by
playing the principal bugle calls as
each was announced. The "Retreat
played in trio with lovely harmonies
was one of the most pleasureable num
bers on the program.
The concert endd with the Star
Spangled Banner, the entire audience
standing. The chief musician was
given a final testimonial of spontane
ous applause In appreciation of the
splendid work of himself and his men.
There was not a dull or uninterest
ing moment all evening, and the audi
ence remained perfectly quiet through
out all the musical numbers, and mani
fested deep appreciation and keen in
terest to the very last note of the
long but exceedingly varied program.
No other concert band ever held an
El Paso audience under such a spell.
The thanks of the Woman's Charity
and of all the people of El Paso who
attended the concert, are due to Col.
Frederick Capt. Simonds, and the offi
cers and men of the 22d infantrv who
marto thf entertainment possible by
ttir"- m"' r cenerou offer
Some of the "W lUIng Helper.
Th-'St vliu usbertd v. ere. Misses
Wanda Race Eileen Walz, Martha.
Thurmond. Annie Lee Gaines. Lemire
Nebeker. Helet. Longuemare, Olive Da
vis, Elsie Kohlberg, Doris Frederick.
Iva Cool and Thalia Glilett Mrs. W.
L. Gaines was chaperon for the girl
X. M. Walker and Harle Kiefer as
sisted the young women in seating the
Tickets were taken by E. W. Kay
rer, G. A. Martin and L. P. Boyce. C
A. Brann was the ticket seller.
Js ,x paities 'were given by the offi
cers of Fort Bliss and their wives, and
by Mrs. J. G. McNarj-. Mrs. TJ. S. Stew
art and Mrs. H. S. Potter. Occupying
the officers' boxes were Gen. E. Z.
Steever and Mrs. Steever, Gen. Anson
Mills and Mrs. Mills, Gen. Tracy Au
bert and aide. Cot. D. X. Frederick and
Mrs. Frederick, CoL Frank West and
Mrs. West, Capt George S. Simonds and
The regular monthly meeting of the
El Paso branch of the International
Sunshine society is held the third Mon
day of each month. The November
meeting falls on Monday next and will
be at- 3 oclock, in the parlors of the
Sunshine Day nursery, at 209 South
Campbell street. A report will be giv
en by the three Sunshine departments.
The Sunshine Workers, the Sunshine
Helpers and the Emergency Circle.
Besides the musical program, which
is under the direction of Miss Walker
McClellan. of the Sunshine Helpers, the
nursery kindergarten will sing among
other songs, the international Sunshine
song. "Scatter Sunshine." Rabbi Mar
tin Zielonka, of Temple Mt Siani. will
deliver a short address on "Environ
ment and Character." Miss Bertha Stan
hope will render two vocal selections,
accompanied by Mrs. J. J. Pearce.
All those who desire to join the or
ganization may do so at this time and
the payment of 1912 dues will be re-
Fifty interested friends and mem
bers were present at the last meet
ing. Mrs. S. S. Barbee was hostess on
Thursday afternoon complimentary to
the Silent Twelve club. There were
five table of players. The tally cards
were very dainty in Old Kngiisn letters
in gold and they spelled the named of
the club and gave the date. 1912. They
were tied w?th blue and yellow ribbons,
the club colors. The house was deco
rated in the club colors of blue and
yellow, chrysanthemums and crepe
paper being . successfully used. The
first club prize, a handpainted cup and
saucer, was won by Mrs. E. M. Fraser,
and the club booby was won by Mrs. S.
S. Nichols. The guest first prize, a
handpainted nut bowl, was won by Mrs.
J. G. Gibson, and the booby fell to Miss
Esther Gibson. Refreshments of apple
snow, ca-ke and coffee were served. The
nonmembers present were: Mesdames
T. Weatherford. A. J. Fraser, I. J. Ab
bott J. G- Gibson. Miss Esther Gibson.
Mrs. E. O. Huhson will be the next
hostess of the Silent Twelve club, on
Thursday afternoon, December 5.
A number of El Paso club members
will leave Sunday to attend the 15th
national convention of the Texas State
Federation of Women's clubs, to be held
in Ft Worth, Tex.. Nov. 19 to 22.
Mrs. A. P. Averill. president of the
El Paso Woman's club, will attend as
state chairman of the art contmittee.
Mrs. W. R. Brown will represent the
Mrs. E Kohlberg will go as general
Mrs. W. C. Davis will be delegate
from the department of Current Events
and Literature; alternate, Mrs. S. J.
Mrs. Alice P. Thompson will be the
delegate of the Art department; alter
nate. Mrs. J. R. McLeod.
Mrs. Flora McAfee Jones will be the
delegate of the music department;
alternate. Mrs. Parvin Witte.
At the directors' meeting of the
Woman's club on Wednesday afternoon,
Mrs. R. L. Daniel and Miss Lucfle
Daniel were elected into full member
ship ofthe club.
The regular meeting of the depart
ment of Current Events and Literature
of the Woman's club will be held on
Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 20. at the
home of Mrs. W. R. Brown. The pro
gram is as follows:
Social forces in American history,
Mrs. W. L. Foxworth.
Political situation. Mrs. S. J. Fennell.
Current drama, Mrs. W. H. Pickles.
Current poems, Mrs. T. W. Nealon.
Current events, Mrs. J. H. Hirt
Mrs. T. H. Binkiey was hostess of the
Thursday afternoon "Thimble" club
this week. The afternoon was spent in
doing embroidery. Tempting refresh
ments of a salad course, cake and cof
fee were served to the guests, who
-were: Mesdames Oliver A. Danielson,
Tom Lea, Ed Haight Arthur Wanker.
E. Zwick. B. R. Roache, H. P. Jackson,
Herbert Schaefer and R. A. Brown.
Mrs. C E. Kelly is entertaining the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
A Los Angeles business man, who ex
pects to open a cafeteria here soon has
promised the Sunshine Day nursery the
entire profits of his first day's busi
ness. This cafeteria will probably open
about November 30.
Committees are busy arranging for
the Charity ball, "which is to be held
in the Toltec club on Wednesay night
Nov. 27. This promises to be a bril
liant social event, and everything pos
sible to make it so is being done. Some
of the tickets have been sent out and
the committee .is busy getting them
ready as fast as possible. The Charity
ball is given annually to help along one
of the most worthy causes for aid in
The reception which will precede the
Charity ball will be held in the re
ception room of the Toltec club. The
committees who have charge of the re
ception and ball are as follows:
Invitations Chairman, Mrs. O. H.
Baum. assisted by Mrs. Van C. Wilson
and Mrs. H. S. Potter.
Hall Chairman. Mrs. W. C. Davis,
assisted by Mesdames Z. T. White and
Mrs. W. L. Tooley
Refreshments Chairman. Mrs. W. H.
Burges assisted by Mesdames Henry
Pfaff. H. W. Broaddus. H. S. Potter. O.
H. Baum. Frank Ainsa and Will Orom
bie. Printing Chairman. Mrs. David
Payne, assisted by Mesdames John L.
Dyer and K. D. "Vanklin.
Pressj Chain n. Mrs. Van C. ,W11
son. assisted by Mrs. H. D. Slater, Miss
Grace Virginia Logan and Miss Elsie
Decorations Chairman. Mrs. U. S.
Stewart, assisted by Mesdames W. E.
Race and O. H. Baum.
Music Chairman. Mrs. W. R. Brown.
assisted by Miss Grace Virginia Logan.
Mrs. R. C. Loomis will act as treas
urer and all the money for the tickets
will be sent to her.
The following persons hae bought
tickets for the Charity ball up to this
date- H Erchwald. W. E. Arnold. Fred
J Feldman. P Aronstem. H T. Bowie.
L. E. Booker. B. L. Farrar. B. Blumen
thal, A. Blnmenthal. Mrs. Helen Follctt
SOKI SYVLEIGH AG VI".
Supleish I shall nver have the
couracre To propose to a prirl. nevei
Miss 1', rt Well, vou -Rill be sa..l
&r, f (ii- ippomt nient mi lit- in.i.,
Mr fcapi-i-h .Duston Journal.
The Lenses Must Be Right
ET us impress on you
. 7 n iUn
lenses. ui i tj vi luviK. j. - T t
conform to the contour of the face are purely inci
dentals. It is ihe lenses that are the important thing.
For that reason, all lenses used in the begall optical
seroice" miistbe absolutely correct.
TU r,mkr nf pnses we reiect because
of some flaw, however slight, reaches an
immense total during the course of the year.
begall I Co, ir
El Pasoans Aioay
Mrs. Gertrude Dawson will leave soon
for a ranch in New Mexico, where she
will remain for some time to recuper
ate. Mrs. Lulu Mattice will leave on Mon
day morning for Big Springs, Texas,
where she will visit her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Natjran will be "at
home" on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 17, at
1404 North El Paso street No formal
invitations have been issued. Mrs. Geo.
Marx, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan,
is visiting her parents, and the after
noon is to be given in her honor.
The Home With Music and
Children In It
is TWICE BLESSED. The home tihm,l either Is a mighty Jwil ami
If jkw have no musk in poor home, .
What Do You Do In the Evenings ?
How do you entertain your friends? Do you sit around and gossip or do
you sit and stare into the ftc imiU time to retire?
LETS SUPPOSE that there is no music in your home. It's a
melancholy place. The evening shadows Unfer longer than tkty should.
There is nothing to counteract the effect of ihe day's "mark. AGE HAS
A BIG CHANCE TO CREEP IN. Smiles are rare. Even supper is
a caTe-Tvom afair to be gotten over as soon as possible.
Let's Try to Change It; Lei's Try A? Ex
periment; Let Me Send You a Piano
Use it for a month AT MY EXPENSE. Let's see if thai piano Wont
effect an extraordinary metamorphosis and change the character of your
thoughts. If it does, then you can keep H on terms of $5.00 or -$6.00 a
month. I yvill let the piano prove itself to you. Try it and see if home
doesnt take on a h'mnpuns ijjmi 71 jff jma a fi aos sjaj -paffro JzpjSu
singing and laughter. Don't you think ihe trial jvorth ivhSe, particularly
when it doesnt cost you a penny?
Don't think of economy att the time. Economy is all right fo a
reasonable extent but it's a terrible thing to be tied io, hand and foot. Any
one can afford a piano on my liberal terms and 1 prices any working
man can add years to his life if he has a piano in his home. AND HE
CAN HA VE ONE BY SIMPLY ASKING FOR IT.
If you like the piano after the month's free trial, these are the terms
of sale, and they are very liberal.
No Cash Payment Down; No Extras
Small Weekly or Monthly Payments.
f Piano Stool, Scarf, Rubber Cover,
Pianos $125 Up; Player-pianos $350 Up
El Paso's Player Piano Store.
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the importance of correct
Unrrws. rind glasses fitted to
I About El, Pasoans
H. J. Darwood is ill at his home, 209
The Best ia Brass Beds.
We have no hesitancy in saying we
carry the- best line of brass beds brought
to El Paso. In every grade offered, you
will find here the best value for the
money. ' We offer you the latest velvet
satin and polet finishes. If you have a
bedroom to furnish, and especially if
you have a guest chamber which" you
wish to look as attractive as possible,
vou should select a brass bed from
among the new arrivals. Prices are re
markablv reasonable, considerine the
quality and beauty of the bods offered
ranging from $15.00 op. In addition
to regular size beds, we are also show
ing children's brass beds.
El Pane Hewsefceia FBrahUmc Co.
Corner Mills and Stanton Streets.
Sold under Factory and F. G. Bnup