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EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Bosrifeff aad Day SchooL All Grades. Primary through High School.
Winter Term Begins Tuesday, January 7.
MISS SLATER AHD MISS TAFEL, PRINCIPALS.
EL PSSO ID RAISE MM TO ADVERT
AND BOOST TIE
EI Paso is to raise $69,fl.for boosting-
Sanfocd B. Ricaby -was engaged
by the directors of the chamber of com
merce Friday afternoon to do the -work.
It is to be used for the purposes of the
chamber ef commerce in promoting
publicity for this city, obtaining con
ventions, securing factories aad gener
ally promoting the interests of the city.
Actual work of raising its money
will be started next Monday morning
when Ricaby, heading a committee of
business men. will start his canvass.
Preliminary steps were started imme
diately after the meeting of the board
Ricaby has no doubt that the money
can be raised. More may be secured,
for such has been his experience in
other cities where he has installed the
budget system for the chamber of com
merce. El Paso is ripe for the work. Ev
eryone is enthusiastic and the biggest
year in the history of Bl Paso is be
ing looked forward to with interest by
The engagement of Ricaby was the
second step taken following the meet
ing of Wednesday night, when 75 mem
bers of the chamber of commerce
voiced the sentiment that something
must be done at once and that Ricaby
was the man to do it. The directors
felt that the opinions expressed at
Wednesday's meeting were indicative
of the general trend of opinion
throughout the city, and now the ball
has started. It is not to stop and. while
this sum is to be raised for only one
j ear, it is generally believed that an
even greater sum will be secured for
the next 12 months.
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THEATRE Mat. Sat
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Where, "Was The Best
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15 lbs. Faney Potatoes
24 3hs. Diamond M. Flour ,7C,
48 lbs. Diamond "&L
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With the coming of the Texas
Stockmen's convention in March inter
est will not be allowed to flag. Ef
forts will be made to get other -conventions
and when they are secured
they will be induced to return.
,At the chamber of commerce today
an election is being held to secure
directors to serve next year. Of the
IS men receiving the greatest number
of votes today nine will serve as a
board of directors, but under the new
order of things all committees will be
increased in size and heartier coopera
tion will thus be secured.
The primaries opened at 2 oclock this
afternoon and the polls' will remain
open until 8 oclock tonight, following
which the board of directors will can
vass the returns and declare public
the names of the nominees who are
to be finally voted upon at the elec
tion to be held next Wednesday.
Next Thursday another chamber of
commerce luncheon will be held at
the Sheldon. This week there were 36
present. That was more than twice
the number Attending on the previous
week and it is expected that attend
ance will so increase that hundreds
will attend them regularly and they
nray even be made a daily occurrence
instead of weekly.
Following the acceptance of RIcaby's
proposition on Friday, the directors
elected C. H. Leavell. D. F. White &
Co., H. A. Carpenter, The" Page Pub
licity Bureau, and A. W. Bittick to
membership. They also accepted the
resignations of M. B. Parker and E.
Secretarv March renorted 90 due
from the firms that occupied booths
at the street fair held during the Os
Aple jubilee. He also reported the
Os-Aple fund still $700 short.
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3 for Z5C
Fancy Pink Salmon,
tall cans lUC
Extra Fancy Sock Eye 5
Red Salmon, tall cans &)C
Fancy New Prunes, n
3 lbs. for 60C
Fancy Evaporated Peaches, cj ja
2 lbs. for OC
Plain Hams, '!f f g
per lb ...!... Ii?C
Lady Arundel Tomatoes, eg
3 cans for &OC
109-11 S. Stanton.
In honor of Miss Letitia Johnson, of
Rome, Ga., Mrs. Otis Coles entertained
in a most delightful manner on Thurs
day afternoon at bridge.
The guest of honor Is the house guest
of Mrs. Coles and has visited in this
city before, having many friends, who
were glad to hear of her return. There
were IS tables of players and several
guests came in for the latter part of
Mrs. Coles's home.was very attractive
in holly and ferns. The dining room
was in a decorative scheme of white
and yellow; tiny vases held dainty
boquests of narcissus. There wene four
prizes awarded. The guest prize was
presented to Miss Johnson; the first
was won by Miss Wanda Race, and the
second was won by Mrs. Marie Loomis;
all were beautiful automobile hoods
of satin and chiffon, the consolation,
which fell to Mrs. Walter Arnold, was
an Easter' lilly potted plant. Two de
licious courses of refreshments were
served after the game. Mrs. Coles was
assisted in receiving and serving by
her aunt. Mrs. Mary Hills.
The invited guests were: Mesdames
James Vance, Walter Arnold, W. D.
Wise, Charles Davis, Lamar Davis,
James Marr, C. J. Mapel. Charles New
man, Charles Loomis, Hugh S. White,
Julius Jirakauer, Marie Loomis, Mary
Hills, F. C. Searle, Claiborne Adams,
Robert T. Neill, L J. Witherspoon, Em
mett HInes, Roy Wolcott. Dudley,
Charles Pomeroy. R. C. Semple,
Ysabel Flato, C. W. Kellogg. Edgar
Fewel, Francis Moore, A. R. Klein,
Clarence Pickrell. W. S. Crombie. J. E.
Barkley, Kenneth Oliver. R. E. Thom
ason, W. Bull, J. U. Sweeney, E. W.
Kayser, Benjamin Sherrod, Frank
Lynch, Norman Walker, Robert McAfee,
Ed Howard, Jack Fall, C. C Chase. Ar
thur Harris, Guy Hammett, W. L.
Brown and Frank Coles; Misses Hen
rietta Buckler, Eileen and Ethel Walz,
Anne Lee uaines, iaua Austin, iemire
Nebeker, Hallie Irvin. Claire and Flor
ence Yancey, Nannie Lackland, Anna
Shelton, Mabel Falvey, Ivah Cool. Jane
Christie, Lucy Werne, Kate and Glen
Adams, Mazie and Lillian Cole, Lee
Walton, Helen Longuemare, Sue Crom
bie, "Alma Jones, Elsie Kohlberg, Grace
and Evelyn Logan, Annie, Marguerlta
and Florence LeBaron, Lucile Daniels,
Clover Shackelford, Olga Womack. Ju
lia Coldwell, Anne and Martha Thur
mond, Gladys Smith, Lucile Snyder,
Walker McClellan and Florence Com
fort. Mrs. J. C Lackland will be the hos
tess this afternoon of the Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Tuttle will enter
tain on Saturday evening with a card
party in honor of their house guests,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Philip Williams, of
La Mesa. N. M., and Mrs. A. H. Wil
liams, of Jackson, Mich.
The Shakspere Reading club met on
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Olaf C Ellison. The study of
"Richard II" was finished. At the next
meeting "Henry IV" will be taken up
and Mrs. Ellison will give a talk on
conditions at that time.
The postponed meeting of the Wash
ington club will be held on Tuesday
evening, January 21. The club members
will be the guests of Dr. E. C Prentiss
and Mrs. G. M. Marchant at the resi
dence of Mrs. W. E. O'Brien, 1016 Upson j
Mrs. O. A. Danielson was the hostess
of the Thursday Needlework club on
Thursday afternoon. Besides the club
members, a few non-members were
present, who were: Mesdames Robert
Hall, D. R Wilkes, George Oliver, of
Paducah, Ky., and Miss Emma. Hoff
man. After the sewing was accom
plished, refreshments were served. Mrs.
Ed Haight will be the next hostess of
Miss Florence Reed will be the next
hostess of the Beta Beta club on Wed
Mrs. E. P. Rankin, jr., entertained
the Beta Beta club on Wednesday after
noon at her home. After the game re
freshments wore served.
Mrs. H D. Ashley entertained her di
vision of the Aid society of the Ch-is-tian
church on Thursday afternoon
from 2 to 5. The time was spent very
enjoyable in sefving and a tempting
light lunch was served by the hostess.
Those present were: Mesdames H. L '
Edwards, Henry Warren, Harry Hare, f
a. j. iigntioot. w. Ij. Jjoxwortn, u. ju
VowelL W. C. Denton. A. G. Nelson, F.
Z. Marshall, W. H Elliott, R. E. Ross,
O. A. Bell, J. H. Ray, D. Y. Hadley. D.
A. Thumb, C. T. Sharp, M. E. Peazey and
D. E. Shatzell; Misses Birdie Kerr.
Elizabeth Goff, Francis Turnpike and
The Baraca ciass of Trinity Metho
dist church will entertain the members
of the Philathea class with a "mock
trial" at 'the church this evening.
Mrs. J. R McLeod and Mrs. E H Grif
fith will beIn charge of the program
for the hour of prayer at Calvarj
Houston Square Baptist church this af
ternoon. The subject will be "Faith in
work for our young people."
Mrs. Harry Hitchens is entertaining
the aid society of the First Methodist
church this afternoon.
The S. O. S. club will entertain this
evening with a dance at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ormsbee at the
The freshman class of the El Pa30
Military institute is giving a dance to
night at the home of Donald Hogarth.
TO DEVELOP TKE BUST
To Beauty Editor: I am so ashamed
of my thin bust that I want to ask
you if there is any harmless way to
develop it. My hips and the rest cf
my body are right for the present
styles and I do not want them any
larger, but my bust is so flat .hat
I would try anything that gave hope
of even three or four more inches de
velopment Mary S.
The only thing I know of that will
develop the bust without increasing
the size of the hips, or without putyng
on flesh where not needed, is a pre
scription put up by The Dr. Kelly Co.,
especially for small and undeveloped
breasts. It is the discovery of a
woman physician whose practice was
largely among her own sex and in
most cases Increases the bust measure
four to six inches in a month. Send
10c to the Dr. Kelly Co., Dept. 432AD..
Buffalo, N. Y., and they will send you
a trial package of the treatment with
out charge. This is said to be of great
value in cases of arrested development
of the bust and will give a full, beau
tiful form without anyone knowing
that the treatment was used.
Many mothers have told me that af
ter the baby had bfen weaned, the
breasts became flabb and shrunke.i,
but the use of Dr Kilj's prescription
made them full and firm. to not use
pads or bust forms as thei never look
natural and have a bad effect upon
the general health. Neither would I
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tonics, a5 thi increase the hips an1
l ll TiS Til T 1th "1 ' p! pf O ' v I '
OF SOCIAL GAYETY THURSDAY
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephone-s 2020 or 2010, day;
and 345, night.
Dance at the residence of &
& "Mock trial" at Trinity Meth- &
O odist church. $
& Dance at the home of Mis3 O
S Alice Myles.
O' S. O. S. club gives dance at
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Country club dance. -
& United Daughters of the
Confederacy entertain at Elks' -
Marion and Patricia Ainsa
& entertain at "bunco."
2 Mr. and Mrs. Burt Tuttle en-
& tertaln at cards. O
& Louise Robinson entertains $
with a dance.
For A Little Girl
A' pretty blouse dress of blue serge
is the subject of this sketch. It slips
on over the head and the tightening
of the lacing cord closes the front.
This cord is of coral pink lacing braid
and matches in color the triangular
tabs seen on the yoke, sleeves and belt.
The same color is used as pipings on
the belt and cuffs.
Gilt butfons ornament the tabs and
gold cord was used to work the eye
lets. A hand-embroidered linen sailor
collar is worn over the yoke.
TO FOLLOW ART
STUDIES IN PARIS
New York, N. Y., Jan. 17. That Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney have
just comnWed the purchase of Moncure
Robinson's beautiful home in Pans, Is
the stor that is circulating among the
friends of the Whltneys. Further de
tails as to why the Whltneys wanted
3&S. Harry Payne Whitney
the house and why Mr. Robinson was
willing to sell are not forthcoming, but
It is generally understood that the
Whltneys have decided upon this Paris
establishment as a satisfactory environ
"ill1 fet t further pursuit of Mrs.
Whitney's work in sculpture.
SCOTCn PLAYERS REFUSE TO
GIVE A SUNDAY HERKOKMANCE.
.. Cojnposed of Scotch Presbyterians,
the "Bunty Pulls The String" company,
which plays at the El Paso theater
JlOndaT Alranlno liao l-ofllSArl In fill n
Sunday matinee' and evening engage- i
...c.L uere. Manager tiowara ogg or
dered the manager of the Scotch com
pany a bonus for the Sunday engage
ments, which was refused. Instead the
Scotch clan will attend church Sunday
at the pist Presbyterian church by
special invitition of Rev. C. L Over
street and the ihurch board. A pro
gram of Scon h hjmns is being ar
ranged b thi 1'nsbjtirlan choir for
the visiter- and an appropriate sermon
will t, prai.hed by Rev. Mr. Overstreet
for the Scotch players. Nine of the 16
raerrbis of the company were 'ob
tained n cutlMil fur this (inipim in
rl i tit ti 1 1. i Hid i ,i k ii r
i r i S ' ' h
i .are Scots liv-
iri0 t. iu t wi d States.
A delightful social event of the week
was the reception given on Thursday
night by Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner, Dr.
and Mrs. B. M. Worsham, Mrs. J. E.
Barkley and Miss Alma Jones in com
pliment to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, j
Mrs. Ed Howard, oi AiasKa; Miss uiga
Womack and Miss Lucille Snyder.
The hosts and hostesses and guests
of honor comprised the house party,
there being no one else receiving. In
the living room, which was attractively
decorated in La France roses, the
guests were received by Dr. and Mrs.
Turner, Dr. and Mrs. Worsham, Mrs.
Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Davis.
The library was in pink carnations,
and those receiving here were: Mrs. J.
E. Barkley, Misses Alma Jones, Olga
Womack and Lucile Snyder.
punch was served during the eve
ning and music was furnished by an
The dining room table In its decora
tive scheme with spring flowers of
every hue and variety was a lovely
scene; a mound of flowers jonquils,
violets, narcissus, hyacinths and daisies
formed a center piece.
After 10 oclock dancing was enjoyed
until a late hour. Over 300 guests
were present during the evening.
Out Of Town Visitors
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W- "Walker will Imva
f an Saturday for a visit in Tucson, Ariz
with their son and daughterinlaw, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Walker. They will then
return to complete their visit with Mr.
-inrt "fm KArman Wwllror rt thfo iv
whom they have been visiting for sev-
Ethelbert Harris, a nephew of Mrs.
R. L Daniel, and George Revere, of
Waco, Tex., are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel, having arrived on Thursday.
Ernest G. Beaumont. f Fellxstone,
England, is here for a visit and is a
guest at the Hotel Paso Del Norte.
Philip Hyarag and family, of New
York, arrived Thursday to spend the
winter in El Paso. He is staying at the
Hotel Paso Del Norte.
3c -Sc 3r
Mrs. L E. Adrison. of Dallas, is at
the hotel St, Regis for a brief visit In
El Paso with friends.
Mrs. Peyton J. Edwards has as her
guest. Miss Elsie Beck, of Spokane,
Mrs. J. A. Dickey, of 1214 Newman
street, has as her guest Mrs. T. G.
Stewart, of Douglas, Ariz, v
About El Pasoans
Howard Fogg, who has been ill at
his apartments in the Crawford theater
building, is improving and expects to
be able to leave his room Sunday. Mr.
Fogg has been suffering from a se
vere attack of tonsilltis.
Miss Florence Casey, telephone clerk
at the hotel Sheldon, has recovered
from her recent illness and is again
Mrs. Frank Payne is suffering from
an attack of the grip.
Mrs. Charles T. Nagle is ill at her
R. L Daniel is very much improved,
after his recent illness.
Richard C Knlckmeyer is very much
improved, after serious trouble with his
El Pasoana Away
Miss Grace Nash, secretary' of the
student's work of the Y. W. C A. of
ftbis field, left on Thursday for Me
silla Park, where she will visit the as
Mr. and Mrs. A. H Williams will
leave on Monday for California.
Miss Lauramaud Fink is the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. C E. Kellogg, in Clint,
Janle WlUisJeft on Wednesday tQ
complete her school year in Franklin, !
Mass after visiting her nflrflnts. Mr. 1
and Mrs. D. D. Willis.
T.nuis Robinson, the little daucrhter
j of Mrs. W. F. Robinson, will be the
IIVSICDO Wl. Ch IGIU1-J Xl CB9 Will) Ckfc UC1
home for her friends on Saturday af
Dinners and Luncheons
Mrs Dndlev Dp An is entertaining: to
day with a luncheon.
BISBEE rRKPARES TO
ENTERTAIN ROAD EXPERT.
Bisbee, Arix., Jan. 17. At a meeting
of the Warren district Commercial
club, plans for the entertainment of
engineer Burrell. the government good
roads expert, who will lecture here on
January 25, were discussed. It is prob
able that the lecture will be held in
Fair hall. Mr. Burrell will be ten
dered a1 dinner.
Partitions are being put up in the
city hall to make a special room for
the city sealer's department. Weight
and measure testing apparatus has al
ready been received and an electric
current tester and a water tester have
PANAMA TO COMMEMORATE
Panama, Jan. 17. A bill was passed
by the national assembly authorizing
the expenses of a national exposition to
commemorate Balboa's discoveries. The
executive is empowered to invite the
United States, Spain and some of the
neighboring republics to send delegates.
A credit of $100,000 also was author
ized for the purpose of a celebration In
connection with the opening of the
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Headache, Sallow Complexion,
a Tired, Discouraged Feeling
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You feel better at once. Tho
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outlet When the system has
been thus purified, the bilious,
half sick feeling disappears, tho
nmrlaxion clears, the. bre-itv.
becomes sweet, the mind alert
and cheerrui and there is a fine
feeling of exhilaration all
through tne Doay.
Price 50c per Bottle.
Use Stephens Eye Salve for
soro uyes. it cures.
' Prices 1
Suits and overcoats from our regular
stock; you never wore better clothes than
these. - All the best weaves are shown;
all the latest and best colors and patterns;
the styles and patterns are in the most
perfect fashions; they are certainly ex
ceptional values. See them tomorrow.
ODD SIZES IN SHIRTS AT A
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 Shirts, sizes 14
to 17, broken lots, special $1.00
HT A CABARET
New York, N. Y, Jan. 17. Prince I
Ludivic d'Aragon Plgnatelli, known
along the great white way as "prince
Pig," for short, and Ronald Morrison,
well known about town, furnished a
side show to the cabaret at Martin's
shortly after midnight. When the corr
batants were torn apart, the prince,
much the worse for his encounter, was
escorted to the door, handed his hat
and warned never to return to Martin's.
The two quarreled over what the prince
is believed to consider a mere trifle, a
MEXICAN CATTLE ARE
CROSSED AT LA JIT OS
John T. Cameron is importing aftout
S00 head of Mexican cattle at Lajitos, at
which point C. W. Rush is bringing in
about the same number.
At Columbus, Jr. M.. Thursday. H.
Cooper imported 175 head.
For the purpose of doing a general
cattle and ranch business, W. R. Big
ham, T. D. Love and W. L. Amonett
have organized a firm.
SPECIAL SPANISH DISUBS
EVERY DAY AT SHELDON CAFE.
High grade meats right
Pork Shoulder Boast,
per lb '
Pork Ham Roust,
per lb t
Fresh Leaf Lard,
9 f "V$ftttJ9BBH9HE
9fs3fi ate ' "ssiiSHs
DELIGHTFUL dbrmaTvi va I
i (vwm THE iDEAL POWDER j
I lllT j Makes J?ecJ, Bros,' or Dark Face, Neck, Hands or Arms S
n i 4kC lJ. If nc Whift n milk and no nne ran ttAl nm. V.- :.. a)
S vss&wy Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Price 50c 1
2to N- Snton St. Bell Phons 136
am in Suits at
What will we have for Lunch?
What will e have Sot Dinner?
DONT MISS IT!
DON'T MISS IT!
The Demonstration at
Lion Grocery Co.
109-1 11 S. Stanton.
EI Paso Book Co.
201 Mills St.
T. W. Curd Robt. N. M2
-Before you are filled
"t trtth Mercury and
Drugs, see Dr. Che
Hok. the botan st
specialist, who cures
the following dis
eases without the
aid of minerals c
knife: Cancer. Bloi
tism. Heart Disease
and Liver derange
iree. -toe Ban 4.n
tonlttSt. Phone 2j10
I Se us for bargains In city property
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
Phone 5313. 214 Mills Bide.
El Paso. Texas.
Use Herald Want Ads.
THE WHITE HOTTST?
Felix Branschwig & Co, Inc.
Pure Home Rendered pj
Lard, per lb IOC
Pig Heads, q
per lb i7C
Home Made Sausage, -o ch
per lb IV2C
Smoked Tbngues, g
AND HOME DRESSED.
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