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Friday, December 20, 1912
Use "President'' and "Ambassador" Coffee
HELP EL.PASO BRANDS
SCHOOL EXERCISES INAUGURATE
THE HOLIDA Y SEASON IN EL PASO
EL PASO HEUALB
For Fruit Cake
Lemon and Orange Peel,
Fancy Seeded Baieins,
Fancy Seedless Raisins,
2 pfcgs '
Shelled Almonds and
Walnuts, per lb
Use American Beauty
Or for Highland Park.
THE TAXADERMIC AND ART SHOP.
309 SanFxancisce St
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Boarding and Day School. All Departments.
Winter Term Begins Tuesday, January 7.
MISS SLATER AND MISS TAFEL, PRINCIPALS.
Mrs. W. L. Gaines and Miss Anne
L-c Gaines are entertaining- today
wth a reception in honor of Mrs. J.
Covode, Mrs. Dudley Dean, Mrs.
Lt njamin Sherrod, Mrs. Charles Davis
c-nd Miss Lemire Nebeker.
BROUGHT, TO LIGHT
KI Fato People Jlecelrlng the Full
There have been may cases like
1ve following- In El Paso. Every
enc relates the experience of people
tve know. These plain, straightfor
t ard statements will a much toward
- Heving the suffering of thousands.
Fjch testimony will be read with in
terest by many people.
Mrs. C B. Taylor, 2415 Texas St.,
1 1 Paso, Texas, says: "You are at lib
erty to continue using my previous
endorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Whenever I have occasion to use a
kidney medicine I have taken Doan's
Kidney Pills with excellent results. I
was in bad shape with rheumatic
twinges, being- unable to move. If I
look cold I was sure to nave a more
severe attack. During the winter or
1906 I was hardly able to do anything
and the first cold weather I contracted
a cold. At that time I had the good
fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills,
and their use restored me to good
health. This remedy can be obtained
at Kelly & Pollard's Drug Store."
For sale by all dealers. Price 58
cents. Foster-Mllbum Co., Buffalo
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and i
rajie no otner.
On account of having to
move by Jan. 1st, I offer
every piano on the floor
Removal Sale of Pianos
RSSf THE STOCKINGS!
IOn account of having to H W H If
move by Jan. 1st, I offer t &. jL dm
every piano on the floor '
at prices and on terms that can not hd found elsewhere
in El Paso. There are a dozen different reliable
makes to choose from. Straight pianos and player
pianos. Call and pick "e out for Xmas and I will
make you a price that you cannot refuse. You name
Here are a few pianos taken in exchange on
player-pianos. See them and make an offer. Will
take anything in trade.
KinibaJl upright, burl-walnut case, used very little.,
Harvard upright, mahogany. Like new.
"Weiler Player-piano, oak. Eented four months.
Ivers & Pond grand, mahogany. Used little.
Smith & Barnes upright, mahogany. Thoroughly
Thos. Goggan, ebony. Excellent condition.
"Weiler upright, mahogany. Used two months. -Kreiter
Player-piano, mahogany. Used 3 months.
Kimball Organ, oak. New
18 lbs. for
10 lbs '
4 lbs .
5 lbs .".
3 lbs .;.
Fancy Dried Peaches,
Fancy Dried Apricots,
Fancy Dried Prunes,
Flour, 24-th sack $1 .00
Phone 1666 and 1662.
Phone 6S8 or 634
Th street that leads to the Union Depot.
About El Pasoans
Judge Herbert F. Raynolds, of Albu
querque, who has been visiting his
father, J. S. Raynolds, was operated
on Wednesday for appendicitis and
is improving rapidly from the effect
of the operation.
Miss Bernita Llversay, who was op
erated on for appendicitis Wednesday,
is doing as well as could be ex
pected. Miss Evelyn Biggers, who has been
seriously ill with typhoid fever, is
convalescing at her home, S09 Upson
E. Ravel is ill at his home at 1808
East Boulevard street.
The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. G. T.
Moore, who was illj is now well.
Mrs. A. L. Reynolds, who has been
111 at her home on Hueco street, is
Mrs. Day is ill at her home on Mo
renci street, Alta "Vista.
El Pasoans Returning
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Foster have re
turned from a lengthy trip, in the east.
wnere inev nae Deen visiting tneir
daughter. Frances, who is attending
school at Pratt's university, in Brook
lyn. Miss Stella Goodman accompanied
Mr. and MrT. Foster east, but is visiting
at present in Kentucky.
Miss Elsinor Shelton, who is, study
ing at the university at Austin, will
Children participating in the Christ
mas exercises of the Aoy school were:
In the Low First grade, Alfredo
Gonzales, Jose Lalz, Aurelio, Ortega,
thirteen girls, nine boys and girls,
Martin Sandrez, Carmen Martinez,
Amalia Natividad, Reynaldo, Lugo.
Hortensea Asrilar. Severimo Concha.
Luis Bullinas. '
In room 17. Low First: Leopoldo
Parada, Luis Martinz, Simon Sapien.
Jose Ontiveros, Petra Jones, Ramonna
Hernandez, Raquel Davalos, Antonia
Marquez, Sara Estrada.
In low and high first grades: Car
Iotta Martinez, Loretta Cabrera, An
tonia Picharda, Benjamin Ortega. Jose
Garcia, Maria Zubio, Magdaleno Ro
dono. In high second grade: Jesus El izalde.
Angel Salazar, Juan Martinez, Genaro
Valenzula, Reynaldo Osoni.
In the Low Second Grades, rooms
4" and 5, Manuela Loya, Alfredo Feria,
Maria Herrera, Isaac Murillo, Lupe
Ranjel, Estele Delgado, Angela Mar
tinez, Adolph Johnson, Francisca Car
denas, Jesusita Saragosa.
In the Christmas program of the
Low Second grade of the Aoy school,
the following pupils participated:
Bernardo Fernandez. Neomi Castra,
Arnulfo Androndo Clara Ramirez. Je
sus Loya, Alexandra Guerrera, Maria
Rico. Atilana Yanez, Blasita, Garcia,
Eloisa Lozana, Beatriz Simental, Sal
ustia Salazar, Belen Gonzales, Trinle
Segovia, Francisco Ortega, Emilio
Aguilar, Victoriana, Telles, Christina
Morales, Otilia Ruiz, Rafael Porras,
Concepcion Munoz, Pomposo Terrazas,
Ramona Lucero, Salvador, Huertas,
Paz Esparza, Rafael Porras, Juan
Garcia, Carlos Ytnarte. Luis Avela,
Francisca Caballero. Raauel Alrtnn.
Anita Rodriquez, Concha Terrazas, Tu
In the Low Third the following
took part: Francisca Duran, Maria
Jerez, eight boys. Flora Sing, Andrea
Marquez, Carmen Luera, Ysidra Dur
an, Felisitas Luera, Angela Avilla,
In the Christmas program of room 14.
those taking part were: Alice Wilson,
Angelita Fuentes. Ermelinda Urbana,
Ramona Aragon. Gilberto Gonzales, Del
fina Lopez, Paulina Trujtlla, Julia Tru
jilla. Ricardo Barrientos. Alvina Bar-
nentos, Alfredo Acosta. Manuel Cimen
tal. Jose Carlos, Lupe Rivera.
In rooms 8 and 11, those taking pa-t
were: George Valdez, Ricardo Gomez,
Miguel Morones, Anna Medina, Antonia
In high third: Angel Licon, Soledad
Carbajal, Amada Gutierrez. Alfredo
Montestrue. Librado Loya, Guadalupe
Gonzales. Josefina Flores, Eulaha Gar-
aea, iucta .Kouriguez. Martina Quin
tana, Alejandra Cruz, William Peardon,
Jose Cano, Angel Licon, Felipe Lira,
Maria Mata. Angela Torres, Jose Cano,
Roberto Melendez. Pedro Pachecho, An
gel Licon, Carlos Anchondra, Emma de
Esesarte, Julia Armendarez.
In low and high third: Marie Ojeda.
Vicenta Salazar, Pedro Ortega, Manuel
Velo, Amada Armendariz. Alfonso Pri-
eto, Luz Martinez, Amada Armendariz.
In the Low Fourth the following
took part in the program: Miguel
Saragosa, Sara Guitierrez, Victor Me
dina, Marcos Acosta, Angelita Gonzal
es, Maggie Lafayette, Luz Montoya,
Victoria Padron, Espiridion Torres,
Encaranacion Ramirez, Guadalupe
Sandoval, Carmen Benites, Herlinda
Marquis, Concha Medina. Guadalupe
Sandoval, Ysidra Leyva. Carmen Ben
ites, Jake Sing, Miguel Saragosa.
Julio Alba, Manuel Lagunas. Ramon
In the High Fourth: Lucrecia Fier
ro and Librada Range, Guadalupe
Varela, Juan Hernandez, Juan Galle
gos, Enrique Maynez. Candelaria
Ramirez, Marcelina Salinas, Pedro
Vasquez, David Cabrera. Manuel Mor
alez, Teofilo Macias, George Osorio,
Cruz Marones, Jesus Garcia, Maria
Marones, Luis Yanez, Josefina Velo,
Moises Herrera. Angela Hernandez,
Manuel Balza, Horacio Blanco, For
ferio Fuentes, Antonio Cooper.
At Vilas public school, the children
participating in the Christmas program
in the first grade include: Cecile Ches
ter, Ronie Winiker, Evelyn Tessur.
Lawrence Alkire. Ruth McDow. Rollle
Durham, Arthur March, Henry Beard,
Helen Jones and Ewing Watcrhouse.
Those participatlnc- in the nrotrram
of the high first and low second in- I
elude: Genevieve Bell, Thelma Ballin.
Eureka Ryan. John Cooley. Kenneth
Sproker, Willie Madison. Floyd Car
penter. Emilv Beard, Mildred Lefko
vitz. Hazel Williams, Herbert Preston.
Martha Hirt. James Lawless, Rachel
Weckerle. Jeanie Monroe. Harnld Cur.
I penter. Morris Sackett. Genrsr Laird.
i Sarah Goodman and Jesusita Enrequez.
Liiusu participating in me program,
of the high second and low third in
clude: John Ledbetter. Morris Parker,
Herbert Rand, Gerald Ketchersid, Wal
ton Berkshire. Edith Lawrence. Morris
McKain, Clarence Selly Wm. Bulger.
Marion Dunn, Mayme Tessler, Mar
garet Vanden Brock, Wilma Hyde,
Asee Mullins, Elizabeth Morriss, Ella
Mae Hill and Pauline Sheffield.
The high third grade participants in
clude: Clifford Irvin, Margaret Stevens,
Francis Henderson, Edwin Williams,
Annie Mae Ketchersid. Lena Ginsberg,
Richard Croxton, Eleanor Larson,
Eleanor Richardson, Katherine Seamon,
Annette Morse, Mae, Brown. Rex Kipp,
Philip Doerr and Margaret Laskin.
The fourth grade program was par
ticipated In by Thomas Thornton. Jas.
Earle. Sherod Mengel, Corwin Dean,
Dorothy Laird. Aletha Coffin. Hazel
Duclo, Rose Richards, Agnes Steiskal.
Edith Richardson and Carrie Bell
The program for grade five was par
ticipated in by Wrayburn Bitticks.
Margaret Parker, Jane March and
The seventh and eighth grades have
a program that includes participation
by Ygnacio Baker, Mary Caples, Eli
zabeth Croxton. Helen Kennedy, Win
fred Woods, Elizabeth Beisswenger.
Margaret Powers, Genevieve Parker.
Fae Peck, Sophie Baquol. Mary Hill and
The San Jacinto kindergarten had a
Christmas tree and the usual Christmas
exercises. The tree was decorated with
j the gifts made by the children in the
jiiiiucrjiarien tor ineir motners ana
The first and second grades of San
Jacinto school held their Christmas en
tertainment together. It consisted of
songs, stories and a Christmas tree
Children participating in the low
fourth and low fifth grades at San Ja
cinto school Included: Fay Morris, Sam
Bethea, Norma Herskowitz George
In the high fourth those participating
included: Martin Debllnger, Sherman
Webster. Samuel Aronson, Helen Fah
renkamp, Chonita Lean, Freda Marie
Gunn, Frank RIehardson, Ethel Billiard,
Thelma Beeman. Benjamin Sierra,
Charles Jackson, Gladys Harley.
The high fifth grade program included:
Tom Gleason, Blanche Lucas, Park
Bishop, Julia Perea, Mary Rone, Willie
Hunter. Mary McCamant, Violet Saenz,
Henrietta Collin and William Mosley.
Glen Starr, Hazel Gunn and Katherine
Carr participated in the program of the
second and third grades.
Julia Crisn. Emmaline Dawson anA
Hettie Boylan participated in the high
six tn program.
The high seventh grade gave a party
at the school Friday afternoon. The
children decorated the room appropri
ately for Christmas. Progressive games
were played and refreshments served.
The low eighth will give "Christmas
at Finnegan's Flat," with a reading by
The high eighth grade gave "Pyramus
and Thisbe," from ''Midsummer Night's
The kindergarten of the Lamar
Mhoul was beautifully decorated with
bmilax for th- exeriises this after
noon Th. chiMr.'n mad. gifts f..r the
punnU and friends, which were dis-
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345. night.
Banquet by the Sam Hous
ton Debating society, at the
Hotel Paso del Norte.
Party at the Y. W. C. A
given by Bible classes for gym
Musical, at the home of Mrs.
Olaf C. Ellison, in the evening.
The dark gray and black striped
material usad for this suit was care
fully considered and the angles formed
by the seams are decorative to a de
gree. There is a standing collar and
tiny vest of white cloth faced with
blaek satin and black satin tabs, orna
mented white cloth buttons trim the
The large buttons on the coat are
of, clear crystal and are connected
by black silk cords. The skirt is full
enough to permit of walking.
tributed from a Christmas tree. The
exercises consisted of songs and
games. Dr. C. T. Race lectured tp the
seventh and eighth grades this after
noon on quarantine diseases.
In the Christmas entertainment at St.
Joseph's academy the following took
part: Misses H. Rogers, B. Byers, H.
Krause, A. Orndorff, A. Burke J.
Krause and E. and M. Ainsa.
The kindergarten of the Sunset
school gave a most delightful enter-
tatnment this morning. The children
had a Christmas-tree and many pres
ents made by the pupils were presented
to the mothers and fathers. Many
Christmas songs were sung.
,In !& h'Rher grades of the school,
the children sang the Christmas songs
and were told Christmas stories by the
The El Paso School for Girls is giv
ing two Christmas plays this afternoon
at the parish house of the church of
Oat Of Town Visitors
t Mrs. C. B. Eifort and son Jack, who
have been visiting Mrs. Eifort's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Piper. 1020
Upson avenue, left Thursday night to
join Mp. Eifort at Douglas. Ariz. Mr.
Eifort was recently transferred from
Carrizozo N. M., to that point as train
master of the western division of the
El Paso & Southwestern.
D. A. Richardson, of Douglas. Ariz.,
is here on business connected with the
Mexican government. He is a guest
at the Hotel Paso del Norte.
Mrs. E. C. Taylor, of Miami; Ariz.,
arrived in El Paso on Thursday.
Mrs. Ella Ridley has returned to her
home in Bngle, N- M., after a visit in
Earl Lee, a prominent Denver nver
chant, is in the city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Adams, of Chi
huahua. Mex., are in the city regis
tered at the Hotel Paso Del NorteT
JjMdge J. Richardson, of Douglas.
Ariz., is in town fora short timo and
is registered at the Hotel Paso Del
Paul Roach came in from his ranch
near Las Cruces, N. M-. on Thursday
evening to spend the holidays with his
aunt, Mrs. Empress Arrington.
Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Deady are in the
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Covode and
children, who have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams, will
leave for their home in Grand Rapids.
Mich., on Thursday. Dec. 26.
Miss Marion Ellett will arrive soon
from Chilicothe. Mo., to spend some
time in this city. Miss Ellett lived here
with her parents about five vears ago
and has many friends in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Behring, of Fort
Worth, are moving to El Paso. They
will reside at 1221 East Boulevard.
The Art department of the "Woman's
club will hold its meeting on Tuesday,
December 31, in the assembly hall.
The "Needle Work" club will not
hold any more meetings until after the
Miss Sue Lattnn entertained the
Bna Beta club mi Thursday afternoon
This will cnmlurtf thr mo, tings for
tin -s duo until after the holidays.
El Pasoans Away
Mis; Edith Giddings will spend the
holidays in San" Antonio, Texas.
3fr it fr
Miss M. Henry will spend the Christ
mas holidays" in Cuero, Texas.
Miss Harriet Moore will spend the
holidays at her home in Waco. Texas.
Miss Moore will leave this evening.
Miss Rose Stolaroff, daughter of Mr.
I and Mrs. A. Stolaroff, of this city, who
; Is studying at the state university at
Austin, Texas, will go to waco 10
spend the holidays with her sister,
Mrs. Harry Hyman.
Miss Katherine Bronson will spend
her Christmas holidays in Cuero. Tex.
Miss Elizabeth Howell will spend her
Christmas vacation in Nacozari. Mex.
Miss Ivander Mclver will spend her
holidays in Mesilla Park.
Miss Willie McCreary will spend the
holidays in Corsicana. Texas.
Mrs. Empress Arrington. principal of
the Sunset school, will go to Clifton.
Ariz., for the holidays, and will be the
guet of her niece, Mrs. William R.
avis, and Mr. Davis.
Mrs. T. P. Smith has gone to east
Texas to be at the bedside of Miss Dee
Jordan, who is critically ill at Beck
ville, Tex. Miss Jordan was appointed
some time ago to teach in. the El Paso
public schools and has many acquaint
G. H. Donart and family, of 1116 Hut
ton street, leave Saturday for Stillwa
ter, Okla., to visit Mr. Donart's par
ents. Mrs. Donart and children will
spend the winter there, but Mr. Donart
will return about the first of the year.
Miss Dora 'Husbands will spend the
holidays' in Wlllcox. Ariz.
Miss Dora Burton will go to Colum
bus, X. M.. to spend the holidays.
Miss Docia Cowan will spend her
Christmas vacation in Dallas, Tex.
Miss Nell Taylor -will leave tonight
for Greenville, Tex., to spend the holi
days. Dinners and Luncheons
The twentieth wedding anniversary
of Mr. and airs. C. F. Weeks -was ob
served at their home. 1417 East Mis
souri street, Wednesday night. Pink
carnations and ferns decorated the
house and a delicious five course din
ner was served. Many beautiful and
useful presents were received. Among
those present were Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
Ansden, of Tullahoma. Tenn.: the lat
ter a sister of Mr. Weeks, who was
present at their marriage in Dakota:
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Weeks and daugh
ter. Eva: Mrs. Marietta Scranton and
daughter, Orta, from Grand Rapids;
Mich., mother and sisetr of Mrs. W. R.
Mrs. N. Yaffe entertained her clu
with an attractive luncheon on Wed
nesday afternoon at her home. 725
Mundy avenue, in honor of her sister,
-Mrs. Edwin Greenstone, of Chicagc
Those present -were: Mrs. D. Kleiman,
of Newark, N. J.; Mrs. H. Jaffe, Mrs
S. Stewart, Mrs. A. Yaffe, Mrs. J.
Broomberg, Mrs. L. D. Stark, Mrs. R.
Sukerman; Mrs. Herbert Goodman,
Mrs. Groosblatt. Mrs. Freeman, Mrs.
F. M. Rosen, Mrs. J. Silverman. Mrs.
Edwin Greenstone leaves El Paso to
day for her home. She has been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. N. Yaffe for three
Mrs. G. R. Reeves entertained Rev.
and Mrs. W. R. Howell at dinner
Thursday, at her home on Bisbee street.
The Alta Vista Methodist Massionary
society met Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. S. E. Patton, on Douglas
street. After the opening song, Mrs.
W. R. Howell led in prayer. Mrs. Geo.
Harper read the scripture lesson. Mrs--I
Halford and Mrs. Wilson followed on
different phases of the lesson. Meeting
was dismissed with prayer by Mrs.
I. J. Ayres. A social was then held and
instrumental selections by Misses Har-
irrnvt. nnri Winn intra oHf-htfiillxr ran.
Chocolate and cake were served by
the hoatoRses. MpsriAmes T?e.ves nnri
J Wilson. The society then adjourned to i
meet with Mrs. J. N. Wafnr on Cnnia i
street, Jan. 2. Those who attended
were Mesdames Geo. Harper. G. T.
Moore, W. R. Howell. S. E. Patton, R.
G. Ansley, I. J. Ayres. G. R. Reeves, C
N. Holford. W. E. Wilson and Jesse
Johnson; Misses Helen Hargrove, Mar
guerite Hargrove and Fay Winn and
Rev. W. R. Howell.
The women's sewing circle of Temple
Mt. Sinai will not meet until Fr'day.
The recently organized Choral club
gave its first entertainment Wednes
day evening at the home of Walter
Davis. Music and games- were played
during the evening. The members and
their friends present were:
Mesdames Harry Burwell. N. Na
tions, S. S. Cash, Irvin Bowles. Van
Mourick; Misses May Pulliam, Lela
Courson; Ruth Broyles. Mabel McBride,
Eunice Anderson. Alberta Martin, Vir
vinia Burk. Altha Fruit. Ada Davis.
Ilia Davis, Effie Warren, Mildred
Hood; Messrs. C. F. Davis, W. K. Ho
man, N. Nations, Harper. J- Moltanc,
Walter Davis. H. Ricknlan, H. Fruit.
Rev. P. J. Rice, Edwin Knickmeyer.
e & &
Mrs. Olaf C. Ellison will give one of
her informal moonlight musicals on
Saturday night at her hom, 400 San
Jose street, Highland Park.
Mrs. Sarah Davis, of 3600 Tularosa
street, has received the announcement
that her son, Capt. William E. Davis,
of the Salvation army, and Lieut. Til
lie Pearce, of California, will be
married. Capt. Davis was one of the
El Paso boys who entered the Salva
tion army work about six years ago
The wedding will take place in the
Salvation army citadel at Oakland,
Calif. After the wedding they will go
up the Pacific coast on a wedding
tour and from there to Reno. Nev .
where they will take charge of the
Salvation army corps.
There is only orte Racycle made.
Allen Arms and Cycle Co.
401 North Oregon Street.
licit Cough Medicine for Children.
"I am very glad to say a few words
in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy" writes Mrs. Ltda Dewey, Milwau
kee. Wis. "I have used it for years
both for my children and myself and
it never fails to relieve and cure a
cough or cold. No family with children
should be without it as it giVes almost
immediate relief in cases of croup."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleas
ant and safe to take, which is of great
importance when a medicine must be
given to young children. For sale by
all dealers. Advertisement.
SPECIAL SPANISH DISHES
UVKRY 1VY AT SHELDON' CAFE.
Thi Korea': i irrin of Trinitv cl'iirch
will i o ,, ialvo and am1 pu1 Satnr
d tj at Pott. . s drui, ston, 101 S El roto
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
20 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar for $1.00
15 lbs. Fancy Oregon Potatoes for .25c
10 lbs. Good Cooking Apples for ...25c
Box of 50 lbs. for $1.00
3 pkgs. Rolled Oats for . . ....... -...- 25c
4 pkgs. Cora Flakes for 25c
3 cans Large size Evaporated Milk ---.-. . .' . . . . . ,25c
3 cans Extra Standard Tomatoes for . . ;. ....... .25c
$1.85 per case.
3 cans New Iowa Sweet Com for .,-... ...... .25c
$1.75 per, case.
Fancy California Navel Oranges
per dozen 35c, 30c, 25c, & 20c
Fresh Mixed Candies, Chocolates and Creams, lb. 25c
Fancy Cluster Raisins, per lb ..:.,.,.,:w.20c
Fresh Sweet Cookies, per lb. . . ,.-.,.;.M.-.;. 15c
Dried Peaches, fancy, 2 lbs. for .x:.l.:.w.zw.u-Jrt.25c
Dried Prunes, fancy, 3 lbs. for .;..I.I.z.T.T:i.r.M.25c
Dried Figs, fancy, 3 lbs. for . .J.:.,.t..-.i-i-t-j-i.1-i.I--25c
Bulk Raisins, fancy, 3 lbs. for . .,.",.,.,..i-!x-w.25c
Dried Apricots, fancy, per lb. ..k-lwoj.!.!. 1 5c
Dried Apples, fancy, 2 lbs. for .:.Ti4.M.25c
Seeded Raisins, 2 pkgs. for . .:.,.r-s-6i-a-i--25c
Selected Currants, 2 pkgs. for .w,.Mw-s--i-5.25c
vsitron .r eel, per ID. ... ..i...M.i.t.;i.tMi'c
Lemon Peel, per lb . 250
Orange Peel, per lb. . .-. . .. ..-.. .:.!.i..c-c-jw-o. 25c
Mixed Nuts, Fresh Goods, per lb. . ..s9-i.20c
Blue Ribbon Mince Meat, 3 pkgs. for ,c.M-25c
Mince Meat in Bulk, per lb. h.i.m.mmm. 1 0c
We carry a full line of Wines' and Liquors for the
Holidays and can quote you very low prices
Pure California Table Claret, per gallon ...... ..j.rjig ..::; -65c
Pure California Sweet Wine?, per gallon ... ....,:.i..75c
'Special" Whiskey, per quart ... . ...,, .r.. . . 75c
Private Stock Whiskey, per quart ........... ..sr. .$1.00
"Arcade" Whiskey (Bottled in Bond) per quart.. .,.-.-. .i.t.-. ..$1.25
Four Roses Whiskey, 14 years old, per quart . ..L..-..-;.:..$1.75
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
Phones 2424, 2405.
Y. W. C. A. Notes
The gymnasium classes of the T. W.
C A. gave their mid-year exhibition
at the central headquarters on Thurs
day night. Many visitors were pres-1
ent. and the regular work of the
classes was given for their benefit,
which proved enjoyable. This closes
the gymnasium work until after the
holidays, probably until, the first week
TvY,i,-,t i -RIHIa stiiriv p1r5"i and
rthe gymnasium classes wlil give a party
at tne central rooms, sooks.
tions and games will be enjoyed by the
children and they will have a Christ
mas treei Refreshments will be
On January first. New Year's day.
there will be a reception at the board
intr home nf the Y. W. C. A. from 3 to 6
oclock. The board- of directors will be 1
in the receiving line.
Smoked Tongues, each
Turkeys & Chickens, alive and home dressed,
2 1 3 N. Stanton St.
CUT ANY SIZE FOR
ALSO COAL, WOOD AND KINDLING. 4
109-11 S.Stanton St.
The members of the Hal Wal club
will give a dance at the Elks' club
on Monday evening, December 30. This
occasion is being looked forward to
with a great deal of pleasure, as
many of the boys and girls who are
coming home to spend the Christmas
holidays will attend.
A Bargain Bargain.
High grade baby grand piano for
$300.00; cost $750.00 new; used eleven
months. Enoagh said. Seeing Is be
lieving, so call at
The Oldest House in El Pasv
Bi Paso Piano Co..
Corner Myrtle and CampbeH,
Opposite BTks Home.
We also arej offering a. "Pianola" tn-
in beautiful mahogany case, for ooly
$400.00, and on payments If desired.
Prime Rib Roast .. 1 5c
Rump Roast ..w-i--15c
Shoulder Roast .-.T.10c
Pork Shoulder Roast. 15c
Veal Shoulder Roast. . 1 5c
Veal Stew . -i-a. 1 2 1 -2c
Leg of Mutton . . . 15c
Mutton Chops .17 1-2c
Mutton Shoulder ..,.-1 0c
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Bell Phone 1 36
FIRE PLACES AND