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Especially for patrons of
Juarez race course Be made an
import order of the celebrated
These comet in tan leather emd
are aluminum mounded.
fJOW that the Holiday selling
is over ae are adjusting our
slock. For the coming "meek B
call special attention to
25 Per Cent Off
On Brass Goods
Brass Book Racks, Ink Stands,
Smoker Sets, etc., go at 25 Off.
ou can norv buy the best Quad
ruple Plate at a saving of 25.
There is a full range of pieces to
All Hems -on which e arejnaking
special prices are displayed in the
&indoDs and are marked in plain fig
ures the former and present price.'
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS WANDA RACE
IS ANNOUNCED AT LUNCHEON PARTY
TEX AS & KESA JHg
j Friday, at l.SO ocloci.. Miss Lucy
Werne entertained with a delightful
and beautifully appointed luncheon, at
her home, 1522, Montana street an
nouncing the engagement of Miss
Wanda Race and Vance Stewart
The table was set with a drawn-work
set of doilies. In he center stood a
large white basket filled with bride's
roses and tied with a large white satin
bow. Qn either side of the basket stood
white china candlesticks with white
candles. At each gues."s siace was a white
rosebud with a white candle and a i
sniaii wnite slipper filled with candy.
The- place cards were very unique. They
all pertained to the bride: some of
them were brides, some grooms, others
cupids. and still others suit cases and
trains. A bouquet of violets was also
at each guest's cover.
j A delicious seven course dinner was
! served to the following: Misses "Wanda
j Race, Anne Lee Gaines, Eileen Walz.
j Lemire Nebeker, Ivan Cool, Martha
J Thurmond, Carrie Race. Lucy "Werne;
JxMesdames Francis L Moore, Walter E.
i Arnold, James Vance, Charles Loomis.
j Miss Race is the daughter of Mr. and
' Mrs. W. E. Race and Is very popular in .
social circles. I
Mr. Stewart is a young lawyer of the
city and is also well known in the so
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2010, day;
and 345, night
Ei Pasoans Returning
Donee and banquet given by
faculty of the Military Insti
Mrs. A. P. Averill entertains
the members pf the "Woman's
'The mere thought of buying
diamond should suggest
The regular weekend dance will he
given at the Country club tonight
The faculty of the El Paso Military
institute wdl entertain tonight with
a dance and banquet at Hotel Paso del
About El Pasoans
Little Alton Mansell is critically ill
at his home, 705 East Boulevard, with
R. L. Daniel is quite ill and confined
to his bed at his home, 1105 Nevada
Mrs. H. W. Connolly, of 645 Upson
avenue, entertained about 15 of her
friends on Friday afternoon. The time
was enjoyably spent in sewins and
visiting. At five oclock delicious re
freshments of a salad and coffee were
Mrs. J. C. Schuller will entertain this
afternoon with a party for her .son,
Leroy, who is home from Los Angeles.
Calif., where he attends the Harvard
Military institute. Leroy will return
to his school on Monday.
F. G. Billings' Piano Store
The Largest Piano House
In the Southwest
Entire 2nd Floor of Austin & Marr and Basset! Buildings
In order to keep my present location upstairs at 214 1-2 Texas St., I have bought the
HoUenbeck Hotel, which was also located upstairs in the -western half of the budding.
This arrangement gives me ample room to display a complete line of pianos and player
pianos without increasing the selling expense by paying high rent.
You are most cordially invited to inspect a display of the following Well known high grade
makes of Pianos, Player-Pianos and Electric Pianos.
KNABE, KRAKAUER, CHASE & BAKER, SEYBOLD, LAFFARCUEr
CRAM-RICHTSTEIC, KREITER, IVECNER, WM. A. JOHNSON, and others.
Among recent. purchasers are the following:
W. H. Long Mrs. D. Ford R. I. Fowler
A. L. Pierce L. H. Rupert R. M. Dcnman
O. C. Story L. W. Denman H. Mueller
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Mr and Mrs. Neal Groshelder and
daughter, Florence, have returned from
.'ev Albany, Indiana, and Louisville.
Ky . where they have been visiting rel
atives and friends
Miss Kate Gibson returned today
from Ballinger. Texas, where she spent .
i viK Annie Wilbarsrer has returned
3 I from Georgetown, Texas, where she en
jT joyed her Christmas vacation.
Miss Lillian Phillips will return on
Sunday from Uvalde, Texas, after
spending her Christmas vacation in
Miss Emma Lee Lott who spent her
holidays with her mother and sister in
Belton. Texas, will return to the city
Miss Mary L. Watkins will return
from her vacation, spent at Kemp,
Texas, on Saturday.
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Miss "Willie B. McCrery will return
from Corsicana. Texas, on Sunday,
where she visited during her vacation.
Miss Mildred Whitfield will return on
Sunday from Clifton, Ariz., where she
went to spend her holidays.
Mrs. Jewel F. Brown will return on
Sunday from Mart, Texas.
Miss Kate Gulon will return on Sun
day from Ballinger, Texas.
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Miss Emily Giddlngs, of the Alamo
school, will return to the city on Sun
day from San Antonio. Texas, where she
spent her vacation.
Miss Mae Quarterman will return
on Sunday from California.
Miss Lucile Maloney. after a visit in
San Marcos, Texas, of about 10 days,
has returned to the city. While away
Miss Maloney visited her sister. Mibs
Edith Maloney, who is attending the
Southwest Texas State Normal school.
Miss Katherine McKnight has re
turned from Dallas. Texas.
Miss Dove Husbands has returned
from WiUcox, Ariz., where she was
Miss Dora Burton has returned from
Columbus. N. M., where she spent her
Miss Docia Cowan will return on
Sunday from Dallas. Texas.
Miss Nell Taylor will return on Sun
day from Greenville. Texas.
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Dr. F. B. Guinn will return on Mon
day from Rusk. Texas, where he has
been spending the holidays.
Miss Elizabeth Howell has returned
from Xacozari, Sonera, Ilex., where she
has been visiting Mrs. Charles" Albert
Miss Leona Walker spent her vaca
tion with her parents in Demi?g, N. M.,
and has returned to take up her
studies at the El Paso School for
A truly artistic gown is the subject
of this sketch Fashions may come
and go. but gowns like these are al
ways beautiful. The waist and lower
skirt are dull gilt cloth with cm
broideries in black on the waist
The skirt and waist trimmings are
made of changeable chiffon velvet the
groundwork being old gold with black
silk pile. The velvet is gathered
slightly around the waist and a bor
der of the embroidered gold cloth
sweeps in a curving line entirely
around the skirt.
With this dress was worn a hand
some cord girdle made of amber and
roughly cut lapis-lazuli, held by knot
ted dull gold cord.
The regular club day meeting of the
Woman's club will be held on Wednes
day afternoon, January 8, in the as
scmply hall of Hotel Paso del Norte.
The subject for the day will be "Mod-
Thnrsday afternoon the members of
Pass City division No. 180, L. A. to
O. R. a. installed the following offi
cers. President Ida M. Whitehead;
vice president. Flora Graves; secretary
and treasurer, Antoinette Brahm: sen
ior sister. "Martha O'Brian. junior sis
ter, Lucy Sheay: guard, Catherine
Vance, correspondent, Florence Mow
erv. chairman executive eommittpe.
Gussie Barnum; first member execu
tive commutee. Agnes Collins; second
member executive committee, Lizzie
Stafford; musician. Lena Vernon; dele
gate, Ida M. Whitehead; alternate.
After the instalation refreshments
were served and the secretary-treasurer,
Antoinette Brahm, was presented
with an emblematic pin.
Friday night Mt Franklin encamn-
ment No. 106, of the I. O: O. F- at
305 1-2 San Francisco street installel
the following officers for the year:
F. C. Hecox. chief patriarch; E. P.
Hamilton, high priest; V. A. Lane,
senior warden; F. H. Nolte. junior
warden; G. C, Richerson, recording
scribe; W. & Dobie, financial scribe;
C H. Campbell, treasurer; D. Hoffman,
guide; W. Critchett. sentinel; Lee Rob
erson, A. A. Reynolds, G. F. Allen, H.
Christman, E. C. Harvey, H. T. Pons
ford, George Wanchofe, watches and
Willow. Grove. Woodmen Circle, will
That's The "Segall"
UR plans for 19 1 3 are many and all have for
their intimate object maintaining the highest
standard in the Segall optical service.
A New "Segall" Idea:
We Send a Messenger For Your
There is no ex-
FF you brea your glasses telephone 188
will send a messenger for them, dupli
broken part and return them to you,
tra charge for this service.
During 1913s If You Need Glasses
230 Mesa Ave.
Out Of Town Visitors
era Writers' and the program -will be I have an instalation of officers tonipht
in JnarTfl nf Xf rnciA T nAI ' ftt TC" of T hall A cnnn.H llt A11An
iave Vz My Clothing
Two good silks sent to us regularly at small cost for
Faultless Dry Cljanini
will look spotless, spick and span all year. Four suits not kept
cleaned and pressed will look right part of the time. This is just as
true of your wife's coats, suits or gowns. Try us out and see.
l DYEING AND '
" Mesa AveBHe Tel. 786, 787, 791. 701 T
in charge of Mrs. Marie Loomls,
Paper on Henry James, by Mrs. H.
Modern authors, by Rev. Miles Han
son. Two violin selections, by Rayo Reyes.
Paper. Paines's- biography of Mark
Twain. Mrs. A. V. Averill.
Revolution in literature. Felix Mar
tinez. There will be a meeting of the di
rectors or the Woman's club on Tues
day morning, January 7. at 10 oclock,
at the home of Mrs. W. R. Brown.
On Thursday afternoon the Shak
spere club met at the home of Mrs.
Olaf C. Ellison. The study of RicharM
IL was started and will be completed
on next Thursday. Mrs. Ellison gives
very Interesting talks and outlines con
ditions in England as each member of
the dub takes part in the reading. The
club was well attended last Thursday.
Mrs. A. J. Fraser will entertain the
Sunshine Workers on Friday, January
10. from two to five, at her home, 327
West Missouri street
at K. of P. hall. A supper will follow.
Tomorrow is to be observed as Dis
ciples Day at First Christian church,
corner North Oregon and Franklin
streets. The pastor Perry J. Rice will
preach the first of a series of sermons
on "What We Are Here For." All
members of the Christian or Dis
ciples churches whether affiliated
with this church or not are cordially
Invited to be present
Mr. and Mrs. A. A Hnril. of fnnrita
Kas., arrived in the cltv on Wednesdav
in their private car and will be here
a few days. Mr. Hurd is the general
attorney for the Santa Fe railroad
system. They were accompanied on
their trip by Capt and Mrs. Dorsey
Cullen. Dorsey Hurd and his nurse, and,
while they remain in the city, will be
the Cullen's guests, Mrs. Hurd being
Mrs. Cullen's aunt
Miss Emily Nathers, who has Been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. J.
Ormsbee, left Fflday for her home in
NashviHe, Tenn. She will Join her
mother and sister there, and together
they will go to Florida f of the remain
der of the "vi inter.
Earle Remington, architect of Los
Angeles, is here on business and is
staying at the Hotel Paso del Norte.
MaJ. W. H. H. Llewellyn, of Las Cru
ees, was here Friday on business and
was a guest at the St Regie.
F. T. Bulmer, assistant secretary of
the Southwestern railroad, with head
quarters In New York, arrived Friday
afternoon with his family, and is slay
ing at the Hotel Paso del Norte.
E. S. Nordhaus. of the San Antonio
Light, was here Friday on his way
home from Deming, N. M., where he
attended the funeral of his brother,
Henry Nordhaus, a leading business
man of the New Mexico town.
Mrs. E. Hammer, of Dallas. Texas, is
in the city, the guest of Mrs. M. Stroh.
of 2121 Bassett street
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carlisle and three
children, of San Diego, Cai, have re
turned to their home, after a. visit of
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Mrs. J. S. Morgan has as her guest
Mrs. P. L. Connelly, of Douglas, Ariz.
Mrs. A. Roth has returned to her
home in Chieago, lit. after spending
several weeks in the city the guest
of her sister, -Mrs. Ben Swatt
Mrs. J. Garrett, of Oakland, Calif.,
has returned to her home, after spend
ing the holidays with her mother, Mrs.
H. M. Whitfield.
Mrs. Wallace Branch, sister of Mrs.
Harry Swain, has returned to her home
in Belen, N. M., after spending a few
days in the city, tbe guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Swain.
Mrs. Ben Barrow has arrived from
Houston. Texas, to be the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Harry Swain and Mr.
Swain, for some time.
If your baby is sick you, should
use it Ask your doctor.
Our dairy has no tuberculosis.
EL PASO DAIRY COMPANY
A SURE, QUICK COLD
CURE ACTS GENTLY
Pape's Cold Compound cures
- colds and grippe in a -j
The most severe cold will be broken.
i and all grippe misery ended after
taking a dose of Pane's Cold Com
pound every two hours until three
consecutive doses are taken.
Tou will distinctly feel all the dis
agreeable symptoms leaving after the
very first dose.
The most miserable headache, dull
ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever
Ishness. sneezing, running of the nose,
sore throat mucous catarrhal dis
charges, soreness, stiffness, rheuma
tism paias and other distress vanishes.
Take this wonderful Compound as
directed, with the kaowledge tnat
there is nothing else In the world,
which will cure your cold or efed
Grippe misery as promptly and with
out any other assistance or bad after
effects as a 25-cent package of Tape's
Cold Compound, which any druggist
can supply contains no quinine be
longs in every Some accept no sub
stitute. Tastes nice acts gently. Adv.
Mrs. Henry Easter and Mrs. Fred
Easter will be "at home" on January
9. at 805 Rio Grande street, and every
secend and fourth Thursday thereaf
ter until June.
Mrs. A. P. Averill will be "at home
to members of the Woman's club on
Monday afternoon. January 6 from
three to five oclock.
Hear Rev. John E. Abbott at West
minster tomorrow night on "The Place
of the Law in the Christian Dispensation."
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Essllnger and Mr
and Mrs. Homer Tilton entertained on
Thursday night with a party in honor
of Miss Virginia Ryan and Ralph Da
vis, at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Ess
linger. 19 Fisher street
The house was decorated in holly and
ferns and "500" was enjoyed. Ttt
women's first prize, a chafing-dish
was won by Miss Katherine Harper
while the consolation prize fell to Miss
The first prize for the men -was won
by Forest HarrelL a pair of silk hose
After the games, the small tables
were cleared and refreshments were
Those present "were: Misses Virginia
Ryan, Katherine Harper, Marie Naquin
Sue and Stella Lattner; Messrs. Wylie
Casteel. Ralph DavJs, J. C Ellis, Clar
ence Harper, Me. an Mrs. Foster Har
relL Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Essllnger.
"Use Our Telephone It's Free.
Just to further accommodate cus
tomers, we have installed a new tele
phone. This is especially for the pub
lic's use. It is located in the front part
of our store, Just in the rear of the
fountain. This phone was put in for
your use. so we ask that you use it
Scott Wklte & Co- Mills Dldjr.
Special Note A bottle of White's
Guaranteed Corn Cure will make jour
walk through life much pleasanter the
cost is 15c
El Pasoans Away
H.ITlloll fYcm ,. 1. .. r cm.. !.. ..
dent J. J. Ormsbee, of the smelter, re
turned FrWay afternoon to Columbia
college, where he is taking a course In
the school of mines.
Miss Irene Laughlin will leave on
Sunday for Shora. Cal.. where she will
attend Ramona convent
Miss Ger&ldine Merchant will leave
on Sunday for Dallas. Texas, where she
will reenter St. Mary's convent for the
Miss Margaret Capias leaves on Sun
day to reenter Hollywood convent at
Lieut David H. Bower, 22d Infantry,
has been granted a month's leave of
The Woman's Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church will hold its reg
ular meeting in the church parlors on
The monthly meeting of the Broth
erhood of the First Baptist church will
be held on January 10 in the lecture
room of the church. The subject for
the meeting will be "The Divorce Evil."
and it will be discussed by Rev. J. F.
Arrangements are being made by the
various committees in charge for the
reception and lollcall to new members,
to be giv-n it the First Baptist church
on Wcdnf S'It venlng January S
J 1 T t pre i aril ons meet th
f ac i u u t- Ms.flil.! rl mat
fur "J.H i". iu ..ily tj Llitc Parlors.
In Connection With the White Sale
In connection with our White Sale, we will
hold next week a special demonstration of
for which we are exclusive El Paso agents.
For this demonstration we have secured Miss
Koenigt one of Americas foremost expert
corseiieres. El Paso women are urged to
onng their corset troubles to Miss Koenig.
eonsnK Miss Koeni- as soon as possible.
'The Corset Store of El P,