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'sday, Jan. 15, 1913
We Are the
Tin. ..... -..,. tUrri To rr. TtfK Htnmrmi merchants of El
Paso Be mean not onlp that Tsc have a larger slock of dia
monds than the combined stocks of all other El Paso jewelers,
baL Be are diamond experts For years ve have teen toping
and setting diamonds, and roe are merely making a plain state
ment of a fact when we say ihat We KNOW diamonds
We carry al all times a large stock of loose diamonds, which
we mount to order. In addition, we are now making a display
of diamond jewelry especially that mounted in platinum
that is rarely beautiful This display embraces every form of
jewelry banquet rings, la vallieres, etc
We feel sure thai if you will see our present diamond display
yoa wUl unhesitatingly agree in our assertion that we are THE
diamond merchants of El Paso and of the Southwest
It is not out of place here to add that oar prices on diamond
jewelry are from 15 to 25 percent lower than you will find ob
taining elsewhere in El Paso.
Diamond Engagement Rings
We are allowing a great variety of beautiful solitaire diamond
rings, suitable for engagement rings.
We call special attention to our showing of solid gold -wedding
rings, in narrow widths. These come in 14, 18 and 22 karats.
If vour baby Is sick you should
use" it. Ask your doctor.
Our dairy has no tuberculosis.
EL PASO DAIRY COMPANY
Or any other objectionable fea
ture of your face? Is your nose
mis-shapen In any -way? Do
your cheeks sag? Hare
you bagginess under
or over the eyes? Are
your cheeks hollow?
Have you freckles.
I moies or otner cuscoi-
f oration of the skin?
Any or all of these
delects wmcn are so
arsoying can be re
moved promptly by
our painless method.
without Inconvenience or los
I of time. Why delay?
Sneeial urices for a short time.
I Call and see Dr. Coger. McCqy
Hotel. Phone vu lor appointment
Ciiristina, the Peacemaker
Qaeen TVTio "Wore Mcn'i Clothes
Ended 38 Tears "War Between
Denmark and Sweden.
By Madison C Peters :
CHRISTINA, only child of the great
GuBtasras Adolphus, of Sweden,
was born to. 1626, and on her
feather's death, sis years later, was
crowned queen, and at IS ruled on her
own responsibility. She was reared in
virile fashion and on his departure for
Germany, -when Christina, was only
lour years old, her father placed her
under the care of the great Swedish
chancellor, Oxenstiern. Inheriting
much, of her father's talent she early
showed great avidity for learning.
She received the education of a man
.nd at 18 was perhaps the most accom
plished woman in Europe she could
read Thucydides and Polybius in the
original, could speak and write six
languages and was familiar with the
philosophy and theology taught in tne
great universities. She possessed
marked taste for the arts and sciences,
and spent her money with lavish pro
digality to encourage artistic merit and
scientific investigation. She studied
(chemistry, astronomy, alchemy and as
' strology with the most celebrated pro
fessors. "Wore Men's Clothings
She insisted '"on wearing men's
clotnes and toUowiug masculine habits.
tShe entered upon her administrative
, business with zeal and ability which
.astonished liter people. Her kingdom
was flourishing -within and without.
Shfe determined on peace between Den
mark and Sweden, in which she was
opposed by Oxenstlern, but the treaty
was signed with Denmark to the ad
vantage of Sweden. Compelled to
form a secret conspiracy against her
f . ? J - r- t- !r
5&?. ? .cy.
Yoa may use an old favorite recipe
. careruuy, the oven may be just right, yet yoa will have a ta3ure if -"The
Power behind the Dough" is not the Tight one to leaven it properly
ana mane k iigw, digestible, wholesome.
Gd bal&g without good batingpowder is out of the Question.
-i f ""ooBwondoim leavening power, ena tne double acuon
" "c "" na xa the oven mates gooa results doubly certain.
Take no chances of fatttsrease K C
and have "good lack" every time.
At all Grocers.
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"If J?V thought
v-"r:2 " buying '
v. fa Silberberg's.'
of El Paso
own ministers, by her efforts, seconded
by Adler Salvius, a young diplomat, to
whom she had entrusted the affair, the
peace of Westphalia (1648) was con
cluded, and this young woman, at 2S,
brought the Thirty Tears war to an
Learned men sought her court and
were received with flattering distinc
tion. Descartes ended his days at
Stockholm, Solamasius under her pat
ronage entered the lists against the
Republicanism of Milton and Gassen
di sent her his mathematical works.
Her splendid qualities were by the
restlessness, fickleness and extrava
gance "which characterized her beauti
ful mother. Mary Eleanor, of Bran
denbury. The eyes of Europe were
fixed upon the young queen. To rid
herself of importunities to marry she
named her cousin, Charles Gustavus,
her successor, presenting him thus to
the assembled estates in 1649 and in
1650 took to herself the title of king.
She now began to squander recklessly
the property of the crown upon her
favorites, counts and barons were made
by hundreds, including the court tailor,
and so disposed were -they that the
council in 1651 publicly beheaded an
official for having sold 42 false pat
ents of nobility.
Under the influence of the Spanish
ambassador, Pimentelli, and her French
physician, Bourdelot, Christina herself
soon took part in plays and ballets
performed at the palace. Abandoning
Protestantism; in 1654 she abdicated
her throne, reserving to herself an
annual income of $200,000. In 1656 she
went to France where she assassinated
her master of the horse, because he
Upon the death of ber cousin and
successor, Charles X, she returned to
Sweden and claimed, without success,
the crown for herself, and after a
final futile attempt to gain the vacant
throne of Poland in 1668, she returned
trt Tvrrw irhara h( KnTrt tll dosinC
I years of her life, in the indulgence
oi ner tasi.es in tne aria ana suieucua.
There this strange and dramatic gen
ius died in 1689, 63 years of age.
DETECTIVES BATTLE AMONG
THEMSELVES OVER WITNESS
New York, N. Y., Jan. 15. Detectives
from police headquarters fought a
pitched battle with detectives of the
district attorney's office in an effort to
serve Georce A. Sipp with a subpena
issued by police commissioner Waldo.
Sipp. formerly keeper of a disreputable
resort, who had boasted that his dis
closures would insure the dismissal
from the police force of an inspector
and a captain, finally made his way un
der guard from the district attorney's
office to the grand jury room to testify
in the vice investigation.
Whether the police succeeded in serv
ing the subpena probably will have to
be decided in the courts. It was shoved
through the iron cage of an elevator
in which Sipp was riding. Five hun
dred persons witnessed the battle to
hand Sipp the subpena as be was be
ing conducted to an elevator.
690 T. Stanton. Phones 16-and S37.
Sen's suits cleaned, pressed. Wright
Arrto for hire. Longwen, phone-X.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Ladles' garments cleaned. Wright
laying off and extra engineer Oscar
Darr is relieving him.
and tne best of materials and male it
"VIOLET" DINNER IS GIVEN TUESDAY
NIGHT BY MR. AND MRS. ROBT. T. NEILL
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Nelll enter- t
tained delightfully with a vioiei
dinner on Tuesday night in honor o.
Miss Lucille Snyder and Miss Lee Wal
ton. In the center of the table stood a
handsome cut glass electrolier, sur
rounded with the flowers and smilax.
The favors were tiny fans, tied with
violet ribbon bows. Place cards bear
ing the O'Neill coat of arms were at
each cover and a delicious menu of
nine courses -was served.
Those who enjoyed Mr. and Mrs.
Neil's hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Leavell, Mr. and Mrs. R- E.
Thomason; Misses Lucille Snyder. Lee
Walton, Glen Adams; Messrs. Larkin
Smith, Ralph Holliday and Page Kemp.
Tuesday night, Jan. !!, Dr. and Mrs.
R. B. Homan entertained delightfully
with a dinner in celebration of their
10th wedding anniversary, at their
home, 1923 Arizona street. The table
was beautifully decorated in a scheme
of pink and white. In the center stood
a large basket filled with pink carna
tions; pink candles with, pink shades In
crystal sticks were also arranged on
the table. At either end of it were
tiny baskets holding pink and white
mints. Tin' being the metal of the
10th anniversary, it -was used most ap
propriately in tie plates, which were
cake tins with lace napkins. The piece
cards were embossed cards with the
initials of the host and hostess; these
contained "Mother Goose" rhymes and
jingles over which much enjoyment was
had. Dr. and Mrs. Homan -were pre
sented with beautiful flowers from the
guests and many good wishes. Covers
were laid for 12 and seven delicious
courses -were served. After the dinner.
the party enjoyed bridge. The first
prize, a tin candle stick with pink can
dle and shade, was won by Mrs. T. J.
Stafford; the "booby" prize fell to Mrs.
W. E. Miller and was a tin cake spoon.
Those present "were: Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Barada, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Stafford, Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. Crinon, Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Homan,
Robert Homan and Mary Virginia Ho
man. Church Affairs
The Mizpab. class of the Grandview
Baptist church has elected the follow
ing officers and committees for the
ensuing year; President A. K. Alther;
vice president, Mrs. H. C. Bowen; sec
retary and treasurer. Miss Ruth Gardi
ner; social committee, Mrs. Stella Mc
Bride. Arthur McCrary. Miss Essie
Beach; reception committee, James 1
uerrlcK. chairman, tne entire class to
serve as members; visiting committee,
Mrs. J- W. Earte, J. E. Grubbs, E.
Blytho and Miss Cora Butler. This
class will give its next social on Tues
day, January 21, and the children of
the Sunday school and their parents
and friends will be the guests. A pro
gram is being arranged and the Mlz
pahs will be assisted by the Highland
Park B. T. P. U.
Five neighborhood meetings were
hold Tuesday afternoon by the differ
ent divisions of personal workers of
the First Presbyterian church. One
division met with Mrs. Howard Thomp
son, one with Mrs. P. H. Brown, an
other with Mrs. Frank St Clair; Mrs.
S. J. Franklin entertained another di
vision and Mrs. W. J. Buie was also
hostess. The time was spent very
profitably at the different meetings.
Devotional exercises were held; each
member was given a list of names upon
whom she is to call, and refreshments
Friday evening. Jan. 17, the Baraca
class of Trinity Methodist church will
entertain in honor of the Philathea
class with a "Mock TriaL" Miss Blos
somhead, the defendant in the case. Is
charged with annoying and disturbing
the congregation at Kilosh church, by
wearing "a bat of such unusual size as
to prevent anyone seeing past it and
also -with endangering the welfare of
any one near her, because of the length
of the hatpin worn In .the hat. The par
ticipants will be A. R. Grambling, Harry
Henderson, Robin Gonld, George Oliver,
J. W. Anderson, L J. Ayers. W. N.
Harshman. D. S. Mewborn, Homer
Thomas, Searcy Ballard, H. N. Miller,
Lawson Reed, Clarence Boren, C. F.
Ehler. F. W. Beers. A. B. Schrock, S.
W. Huddleston, Harry Murry. H. E.
Heimann has charge of musical pro
The Women's Aid of the First Con
gregational church will meet in the
church building on Thursday, January
23, in the afternoon. Mesdames Chas.
Stevens, Edwin Burt and Royal Jack
man -will review certain articles in
January "Current Events," followed by
The Sunset division of the women of
the First Presbyterian church met on
Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
E, W. Parker. Plans were made for
the "Dutch Market" which win be
given in the church.
Mrs. C V. JacKson will be in charge
of the program to be given this after
noon at the meetlntr of the Calvary-
Houston Square Baptist church. The
suDject is "China."
Mrs. S. S. Blrchfield Is entertaining
the local committee of the missionary
society of Trinity church at her home,
909 Rio Grande street.
A social and literary meeting of the
Woman's Missionary society of the
Alta Vista Methodist church will be
held on Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock
at the home of Mrs. D. T. Roberts, 3413
Bisbee street Mrs. Win R. Howell will
have full charge of tbe program for
The music department of tho Wom
an's club is holding a meeting In the
assembly hall of the Paso del Norte
hotel this afternoon.
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy will entertain with a recep
tion and musical an Saturday at the
Elk's home from 3 to 5. They will
celebrate tbe birtiiday anniversary of
Gen. Robert E. Lee.
.T. .y. ftL
Mrs. E. P. Rankin Jr., f3 entertaining
the Beta Beta club this afternoon.
El Pasoans Away
Mr. and Mrs. Homan C Myles and
children will leave El Paso on Thurs
day. Jan. 23, and will sail from New
York for Europe, where they will make
an extended stay.
Mrs. Morris B. Parker has gone to
Santa Fe, N. M., to visit her mother,
Mrs. W. C. McDonald, wife of gover
nor McDonald, of New Mexico.
B. L. Farrar will leave the latter part
of February for Honolulu.
Farrice E. Park and Miss Jennie Carl
son were quietly married on Tuesday
afternoon at the home of the groom's
brother, Edgar D. Park, at 616 San
Antonio street Miss Carlson came t
El Paso only a short time agp from
Austin. Texas, and Mr. Park is a mem
ber of the real estate firm of Park
Bros., of this city.
Hotel FaKO del Norte.
The dlninp room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser
vice. Mien's suits cleaned, pressed. Wright 1
MISS HALLIE IRYIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345, night.
Thursday. "At home" at the residence of
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner, at 8
Mrs. O. A. Danielson enter
tains Thursday "Needle club."
Mrs. O. C Coles entertains
for Miss Lotitia Johnson.
Mrs. L. H. Tucker entertains
A New Drapery
JV dellcato rose pink chiffon voiie
was put together in these becoming
lines. The waist is made of cream
lace edge, over a pink foundation,
with bands of tho voile over the
shoulder and black velvet bows beid
by rhinestone buckles across the
The girdle and skirt are entirely of
the voile, the foundation being pleat
ed and the outside draped as shown
at the sides and front Tho back
hangs free and falls some lower than
the front The buttons on the side
panel are covered with the voile.
Miss BarnirA Wirfe-nnhis!. TifT.rlT
the "Eureka" Bridge club on Tuesday
afternoon at her home. 1109 Boulevard.
Bridge was played and delicious re
freshments were served. The only non
member present was Mrs. L. A. Richard
son. The club will be entertained on
J. E. Walker, Fort Boulevard and Park.
Mrs. E. E. Windsor is entertaining
the members of the Wednesday Bridge
Whist club this afternoon.
Mrs. Hugh & White was tho -hostess
of the Tuesday Bridge club on Tues
day" afternoon. After the game, de
licious refreshments were served.
Mrs. Otis C. Coles is to entertain with
a card party on Thursday afternoon, in
honor of her house guest Miss Letitia
Johnson, of Rome, Ga.
El Pasoans Returning
Miss Judyn Hague and niece. Baby
Corcoran, have arrived from Fort Sher
idan. HL, where Miss Hague has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas Cor
coran, wife of Capt Thomas Corcoran.
Mrs. Jennie Swain and Miss Pearl
Swain entertained very delightfully on
JHonday afternoon at their home. 1118
Nevada street in honor of Mrs. Ben J.
Uarrow, of Houston. Tex. The guests
spent the afternoon sewing, and the
hostesses were assisted in serving a
tempting two-course luncheon by Mis
ses Margaret Bryan. Isabel Springer
and Sadie Akins, of New York city.
The guests were Mesdames Ben Bar
row. Harry Swain. William Sachs.
Frank Powers Thomas Frances, M. a
Hardin. Wl, ff.i t t Tr "
N- VbJtoker J. P? Nash. a T
xsr J50 Goodman. W. J. Wilson,
Jennie Swain; Misses Margaret Bryant
Swain. Sprlnser Sam -"a !U- Pcari
Lodges and Clubs
Tho niirllt i.. ... .,.. -r
... LuuuuiLitie oi mw .uegTee
I tionor will meet today at 2 oclock
at the home of Mrs. H. O. Dow.
Ilnve Ton Any Feet?
Of course, you have two feet But
are you conscious of them all the time?
nave you corns that are a constant
aching reminder ok the fact that you
nave feet? If such is the case, get a
bottle of White's Guaranteed Corn
Cure. This Corn Cure is "guaranteed"
to remove any corn. It costs only 15c
5 . tlfe. Made, sold and .guaranteed by
Scott White & Co, three stores.
Hotel Paso del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight
Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser
vice. Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
en suits cleaned, pressed. Wright
Auto for hire. Longwell, phone 1.
Vse Domestic Coke.
Souths '-"tern Fuel Co.
SUL.S and woolens cleaned. Wright
H ' Villi
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Out Of Town Visitors
Miss May belle Hood has as her guest
Miss Bertha Rush, from the University
of Southern California. Miss Rush ar
rived today and will visit Miss Hood
en route to her home in Reading, Pa.
Mrs. M. C Winton arrived Tuesday
from Los Angeles. CaL, to spend the
winter with Mrs. W. G. Roe, 2601 Bou
levard. Alberto Terrasas and family, of Chi
huahua, are here for the remainder of
the winter, and are at the Hotel Paso
jt jt jt
John S. Barlow wil larrive on Thurs
day from Phoenix. Ariz., to visit his
mother, Mrs. Alice R. Barlow.
Mrs.' EL P. Rogers, of Long Beach,
Cal., will arrive soon to be the guest
of her mother, Mrs. Guy L. Warren, for
Mrs. W. M. James left on Tuesday
night for her home in Yucatan, after
a visit here of several days.
About El Pasoan8
ura TffiYit-rt T "RAfliL wife of CoL
Read, Second cavalry, has recently
moved to 1020 East Rio Grande street
from Fort Bliss and will be "at home"
on the first and third Tuesdays in
January, February and March,
jt jt jt
Mrs. Robert Fulton Campbell lsfflat
her home with a severe case of bron
chitis. TTan C Wilson, is ill at his home with
La severe cold.
ft. T. Ballard is sufforiasr with an
littacfc of grip. t
Is your hair .falling out? You need
a. few scalp treatments. Telephone for
an appointment Elitq Parlors, 216
. CORONA, If M, f
Corona, K. M, Jan. 15. Donald Stu
art and Mr. Eiden, members of the firm
of Gross, Kelly & company, were here
checking up for the year 1912.
Commissioners Melvin Franks snd
J. L Tipton have returned from Carri
zozo. M. C. Porter was tn Tircumcarl for
Lon Jenkins and family have left
for El Paso, -where they will make
i John Queon was in town this, week
from west of the Gallinas mountains,
where he is running his sheep, and
reports snow enough there to do the
sheep until spring.
G. C Brown has returned -from Ros
well, where he was called to see Ms
father, who is sick.
T. M. DuBoise has been suffering
with rheumatism for some several days.
John Bosworth is able to be up
and about again.
Mrs. Claude Parker of Pintado. N.
M is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Par
ker for a few days.
Ben Nabours, of Holloway. forest
ranger, -was in town Issuing permits
to the stockmen of his division.
asrjTDTJS, K. 31. -
Myndus, N. M, Jan. 15. Charles F.
Gordon and wife, of Deming, are now
citizens of this town. Mr. Gordon will
begin the erection of Ms new general
merchandise store. He will also build a
Walter E. Stockwell and Dr. Classon
were Deming visitors last week.
R. D. Clayton, the merchant has
found his present business quarters too
small and has added another room.
Mrs. KInchelow, of El Paso, has let
the contract for her residence to be
built on her claim, north of town.
Mrs. Samuel Fant visited Deming.
Mrs. Kappe. of Houston, and Mrs.
Bertha Musselman, of Chicago mother
and sister of Mrs. Sam Fant. have re-
( turned home, after a visit here.
Mrs. J. C Kosebourough has returned
from Hot Springs, after a three months'
absence, much improved in health.
Midland. Tex:, Jan. 15. Chas. Dub
lin and MIbs Viola Terry, both of Mid
land, were married at the Methodist
parsonage by Rev. J. a Bowles. They
are among the most prominent and
popular young people of this section.
Miss Minnie Van Huss and T. K.
Dozier were married at the home of
the bride's parents. Mr. Dozier is a
promlent business man of Eldorado.
MATHTLL, IT. Mi ,
Mayhill, N. M. Jan. IE. Emesly Joy
tack of pneumonia.
iraiut .Miner ana family, or James
wuirnn. hav rptnrnefl -frm TtfvnTirll
Lem McRovey, of James1 canyon, is
down with the grip.
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Segail Optical Service
S some confusion seems to exist on this point,
.... ;. 11 ntlaniinn tn ihe rnrf innf thrtrn
ore uguui tun ""'"" - ""' -"-- "-'-
is onlu one J. R. SEGALL in El Paso, and, conse
quently, o!?'j one SEGALL OPTICAL S. R
VICE. This is the same Segail who, since 1901,
has set the standard in El Paso for optical Work- ,
Again we say: If daring 2913 yoa need
glasses ask Segail
Segail Optical Company
230 Mesa Avenue
. CASANEA. MEXICO.
Cananea, Mesc, Jan. 15. C. R Onm
superintendent of the Four Cs rail
road, has gone to Imurls, where he is
superintending the survey work on the
now railroad between the Superior-
Bonanza mine and Imurls.
John Briggs, of Los Angeles, is a
guest of his son. W. P. Briggs, cashier
at the local depot
A. S. Goff has gone to Bisbee to
stay five or six weeks.
A. O. Koppes was in the city this
week from El Pilar mine, near Santa
State senator J. F. jfesqniera returned
home from Hermosillo for a short visit
with his family.
Harry WHcox has returned from
his vacation in Los Angeles, spent
with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J- K. Senseman. of New
York City, are in the city Indefinitely.
Superintendent A. F. Krohn. of ithe
Cananea division of the S. P. de M.
railroad, was in the city on official
George Young, secretary of the Four
Cs companyTis ill at his residence,
having been confined to Ids bed for
the past week.
Dr. J. B. Arrellanes is ill at bis home
with an attack of the grip.
Miss A. L. Comandick has returned
home from Los Angeles, where she vis
ited her mother.
Roy McAllister, a former Cananea
resident has returned to the city after
an absence of ten months.
W. H. Carey, of the rental depart
ment of the Four Tb company, has re
turned borne from a short stay in
W. C. Webster is ta. the city from
Miss Medora Santee has loft for her
home in Omaha after a two weeks'
visit here with friends. r
Frank HilTman was a business vis
itor, in Bisbee.
The auxiliary of the Cananea club
met with Mrs. R, L. Hawes and Mrs.
George Wiswall as hostesses. The
prizes at bridge were awarded to Mrs.
Kehew, first and Mrs. J. M. Glbbs, sec
ond. Charles Wiswall has received a new
six passenger automobile.
John Hughes, former manager of
the Cananea stores, has returned here
from an extended visit in the east
Win. Gmahling has gone to Clifton,
where he is superintending the lnstal
ation of reverberatory furnaces at the
new smelter of the Detroit Copper
TULAROSA, N. M. &
Tularosa. N. M.. Jan. X. Mrs. S. P.
Clayton and son, Cuba, -who have been
here the past two weeks, have left
for their home in Alamogordo.
Mrs. J. L. Johnson and daughters,
Nettie and Grade, and son, Curtis,
have returned to their home in Alama
gordo. Mrs. Powell and daughter, Gertrude,
expect to leave soon for California to
spend the winter.
Mrs. George Munroe and children ex
pect to leave soon for Ariaona, to join
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cook and daugh
ter have left for Dragoon, Ariz after
looking after their property here.
Raymond Meek and family are now
occupying the residence of T. M.
Mrs. Crowford and family are occu
ll--l--.ir-tZrt-Zs ntiftrtn i-fc-P T-H- wnrmffo -.- XTJn
j; methods we employ in cleaning delicate laces,
1 1 costumes, goTvns and white furs is universally
expressed by our patrons, xnerr re-orders
and our constant, tremendous growth prove
is the result of the comhination. of scientific
knowledge and practical experience of men
knowing that such knowledge oh. their part is
as essential to the proper care and treatment
of your garments as the House of Pacrnrn is
to the world of fashion.
HOLiMhb CLEANING WORKS
218 Mesa Avenue Tel. 786, 787, 791. 701 Texas
l here is
pying the residence -which they bought
of D. D. HnxKnnsa:
J. H. Hall has returned from El Paso.
Rev. W. H. Wheeler has left for
Cloudcroft to hold meetings.
Mrs. Maggie Marquez has returned
home from Alamagordo.
Mrs. W. H. Wheler has returned
from El Paso.
Miss Marguerite Prude expects to
leave soon for El Paso to become a
Dr. J. R. HoweH has returned front
Burt Fay has returned to Flagstaff,
Ariz, after a visit with his mother,
Mrs. J. H. Jackson, and daughter. Miss
H. W. Land has returned to his home
at Fort Summer, Okla, after spending
a few days here, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. John Snider,
W. G. Nelson has rented W, H. Cook's
alfalfa farm for the year.
Mrs. D. A. Fribley and son, Farris,
have returned to Alamagordo after
spending the week here as guests c
Mrs. Eda Hastings.
Misses Jula and EtoQe Frierson have
returned from Fort Summer, Okla.
Miss Rebecca Livingston has re
turned to her school at Shamrock, N. M.
Mrs. B. E. Vigil and daughters, Petra
and Lucy, h&Te returned from El Paso.
HATDEIT, ARIZONA &
Hayden, Ariz.. Jan. 23 Superior
judge G. W. Shute, of Globe, is in Win
kelman on townsite matters, of which
he is trustee.
F. H. Norton, electrical engineer for
the Ray Consolidated Copper company,
has returned from Pomona, Cat, where
he has a large orange grove. He re
ports his crop as being entirely de
stroyed, though he expended a con
siderable amount of money on oil fcr
L. S. Cates has returned to Ray after
spending a few days in Hayden.
W. J. Allen has left for Hurley, in
response to a telegram advising him
of the serious illness of his mother,
Mrs. D. K. McLeod. Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Leod were formerly residents of Hay
den. Mr. McLeod being transferred to
the properties of the Chino Copper
company at the close of the construc
tion period here.
Mrs. G. W. McElvaney and famllr
have left Hayden for Hurley, N. v,
joining Mr. McElvaney at that plact.
Mr. McElvaney -was recently trans
ferred to that place in the capacity
of master mechanic for the Chino Cop
& WILLCOX. ARIZ. &
Willcox, Ariz, Jan. 15. W. J. Cox,
who has been here on business for sev
eral days, has returned to his home, at
Mrs. B. G. Hrnes. of the Mascot, has
returned from a lengthy visit to San
Mrs. H. E. Dunlap has left for Los
Angeles, where she win -visit her
daughter. Miss Gladys, who is attend
ing school there. She was accompanied
by her small son, Howard.
C. M. Roberts has gone on a. business
trip to Silver City, N. M.
Hie Deadman. manager of the Chirl
chaua Cattle company-, was a Willcox
The art department of the Woman's
club met at the home of Mrs. C O. An
derson. There has been a great deal of
trouble caused by water pipes freezing
and bursting during the cold snap.
Hal Merril, a merchant of Cochise,
was here in his automobile.
Ci.as. Moss, of Benson, is here look
ing after his business interests.