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CHILDREN'S DANCE A
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Diamonds set in Platinum a specialty.
Special designs executed to order.
A larger slock of Stones and lower
prices than elsewhere in El Paso.
Alzima. Burtram and Kathleen Orn
dorff entertained 35 of their friends
with a most enjoyable party Saturday
afternoon from 2:30 until 6 oclock. at
their home on Arizona street. The
young hostesses were assisted in re
ceiving their guests by their cousin,
little Dorothy Delano, from Sacra
mento. CaL, who has been their house
guest for several weeks.
The Orndorff home was artistically
decorated for the occasion with potted
Dlants and Dink carnations. Games
! Conducted by
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2010, day;
and 345, night.
SOCIAL CALENDAR -
Tonlsbt.
and dancing were enjoyed in the liv- I Dance at t,'ehLk1s' cIub'
wnere a vieiroia iurnisnea
El Pasoans Return
ing
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Newman.
Misses Clare and Florence Yancey. Mr.
and Mrs. W, L. Tooley and E. S. New
man returned on Tuesday evening from
a camping trip taken to Hueco tanks
and Sierra Blanca, Tex.
FOTO MEN CARRY CORPSE
26 MILKS OX THEIR BACKS
Everett, Wash., Jan. 28. The body of
Prank Esersky. 58 years old, onco a
brigadier general In the .Russian army,
was brought here today from Silverton
a mining town in the Cascade moun
tains "where he lived many years. Snow J
slides and deep drifts stopped railroad
traffic out of Silverton and four men
earned Gen. Esersky's body 20 miles
on their backs. As far as known he
was without family ties.
Out Of Town Visitors
Mrs. Annie Karr has as her suest for
the week her sister, Mrs. Ha Cameron,
of Chicago, lit
Mrs. E W. Mitchell and children are
down from Columbus, N. M., for a short
visit in El Paso. They are stopping at
Hotel McCoy.
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Miss Ruth Phillips, of Cleveland,
)hlo. Is in the city, visiting her aunt,
Mrs. J. T. Grant, and Mr. Grant.
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Mrs. G. A. Breaus. of Princeton, N.
X, will arrive on Sunday to be the
suest of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Marr,
Mrs. Marr will entertain on Monday
afternoon with a bridge party in honor
of Mrs. Breaux.
moi ifema m bsmkf&si food
A deliciously appetizing
combination of
Wheat f Oafs, is
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Builds up muscle and strength
servings for
inc riom. where a
music Miss Jennie Lynn Probst
served fruit punch between dances.
The grand march was led by Miss
Alzima Orndorff and Bruee Bevan.
Snap mottos were given as favors and
paper caps were donned with much
merriment.
In the games -which followed the
dancing. Robert Ramey was the for
tunate winner of the boys' first prize.
a handsome silver pocket knife, and
Ruth Dewey, of the girls', a Parisian
ivory hand mirrOr. Tne consolation In
the form of a game fell to Morgan
Broaddus. a set of three little fork3
was awarded to Kathryn Foster as the
girl's "booby," and a humming top to
Charlie Harvey as the boy's "booby."
The lone: table from which a two
course luncheon was served, was beau
tiful in a color scheme of pink. It was
covered with a handsome drawnwork
cloth over pink silk. Pink carnations
In a rustic basket with maiden-hair
ferns formed the centerpiece, while
pink candles, shaded in pink, threw a
rosy glow over the happv young faces
gathered around the table. The color
scheme was further accentuated in
mints, ices and cakes, while tiny sand
wiches were ornamented with knots of
pink baby ribbon.
The favors were especially artistic
and unique, being miniature suit cases,
hat boxes, hand grips and wardrobes
tilled wltn tiny pinK ana wnite can
dies. After supper, a general good
time was enjoyed.
The guest list included: Kathryn
Foster, Marv Dewey. Virginia Turner,
Imogen Leavell, Margaret Stevens,
Rnth Morris, Kathryn Earle. Lucita
Escajeda. Josephine Escajeda, Marga
ret McCIellan, Gladys Harvey, Helen
Agulrre. Dorothy Delano. Kathrvn To
wn, sone sioiaroii. iviniam .feucoias,
Philip Stevens, Robert Homan. Leon
ard Goodman. Bruce Bevan. Hubert
Sharp, Paul Broyles, Morgan Broaddus.
Francis Broaddus. Merrick Breck.
Donald Grant, Rufus Harvey, Charlie
Harvey, Henderson Harvey, S. P. Har
vey. Robert Ramey. Schuyler Ramey.
The El Paso Social club will entertain
with a dance on Friday evening, Jan.
31, at the Toltec club.
Thursdny. -
Mrs. W. H. Austin and Miss Maud &
fr Austin entertain with a re-
ception In honor of Mrs. Mary .
C Hills. -d-
Fraternal Brotherhood give a &
dance.
Aid society of the Altura Park
& Presbyterian- church give re-
ception and musical program. -O-S-
Mrs. C. M. Newman entertains
with a luncheon complimentary O-4-
to Miss Letitia Johnson.
Church Afairs
A Charmingly Simple Frock
Musical
A piano recital was given by the pu
pils of Mrs. Thompson "Wheat at her
residence. 1417 "Wyoming street, at 3 p.
m. Saturday, to the great enjoyment of
the parents and friends of the perform
ers. The following 14 numbers were
rendered:
1. Duets, (a) Nanon waltz (Rosewig),
(6) Papa's waltz Lucile Ayers, Mrs.
"Wheat
2. The Myrtles (Wachs) Marion Rnll
man. 3. Birthday waltz (Kreutzer) Fay
Ross.
4. Trio Mildred Bishop, Marion Rull
man, Mrs. "Wheat
5. Aeroplane (Rowe) Clarissa Iser
man. 6. "Vocal solo, Rosalie (De Koven)
Eunice Anderson. J
7. Les Sylphes (Bachmannj, Erna
Mae "White.
S. Duet for two pianos,. Tarrantelle
(Heller Piano 1. Mrs. WheatJ piano 2,
Mildred Bishop.
9. March of the Little Sages (Mat
thews) Charlotte Crawford.
10. The Mill (Jensen) Linda HilL I
1L Octave study (Kullak) Alma
Delle McCrummen.
12. Second mazurka (Goddard) MI1-
13. The Dying Poet (GottschaJk) )
Adna isarnes.
8. Duo for two pianos, Tarrantelle
(Heller) Piano 1. Mrs. "Wheat; piano 2,
piano 2, Alma Delle McCrummen.
After the reeital, refreshments were
served and a social time was enjoyed.
The aid society of the Altura Park
Presbyterian church will hold a recep
tion on Thursday afternoon from 2 to
5 in the church, on the corner of Idalia
and Russell streets. Those receiving
will be Mesdames L. M. Robinson. "W.
H. Forbes sr, C. L. Overstreet "W. E.
Parker, J. E. Abbott, Kenneth Brown,
J. H. Logan. Mrs. "W. H Forbes jr. will
have charge of the refreshments, and
Mrs. S. LeRoy will be In charge of the
registration and souvenirs. The fol
lowing program has been planned:
Song. "Blest Be the Tie That Binds."
Reading of the scriptures Mrs. L. C
Reed.
Prayer Mrs, L. L. Robinson.
Address of welcome Mrs. W. H.
Forbes sr.
Song Mrs. Jay E. DutcheV.
Reading Mrs. J. E. "Walker.
Piano solo Mrs. George Dennis.
The Calvary-HoJston Square Baptist
Church Aid society met on Tuesday
afternoon at the church. The devo
tional services were led by Mrs. J. H.
Myers and she chose for her subject
"Love." It was decided to take up a
study of Bible questions and answers
and books have been sent for so that
each member may have a book. Three
Tuesdays of the month will be given
to Bible questions and the fourth will
be given to the missionary study. Two
tooxes filled with clothing and linen
have been sent by this aid society to
Buckner's Orphans' home, at Dallas,
Tex., for the children. The hostesses
for the day were Mesdames J. U. Wil
den, "Whitney "Webb, E. H. "Waggoner.
The Sunday school of St Paul's Lu
theran church shows an increase ovei
last year. In 1911 the average attend
ance was 40; In 1912 the average at
tendance had increased to 45. The
guild will meet Friday with Mrs. F. C
Herr, corner Russell street and Fort
Boulevard.
The services of the laying of the cor
nerstone of the Orchard Park Methodist
Episcopal church will be held on Sun
day afternoon at 3 oclock. in charge of
the pastor Rev. Frank "Whiting. Rev.
Herman G. Porter will assist Rev. Mr.
"Whiting. The choir of the First Meth
odist church will furnish tne music lor
the occasion.
Arrangements have been made for a
meeting of the Baptist men of the city
on tne evening of February 21. M. H.
"Wolf, of Dallas. Texas, one of the lead
ing business men and also one of the
leading Baptist men of the south, will
be the guest of honor and will speak
on the subject of "Stewardships." The
matter of city missions will be dis
cussed at this meeting and will be
followed by a general discussion of
the subject Music will be rendered
after the address is given.
Section five, of the Aid society of
the First Methodist church, "will give a
"clipping social" on Friday evening,
Jan. 31, at the home of Mrs. R. H. Kerr,
1802 Ohio avenue. Highland Park.
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Success
T IS HARD to decide jusbwhal
constitutes success, and we use
the word advisedly.
Since 1901, the "Segall optical service" has
been recognized as the best in the Southwest
This, m a measure, would mean success. Then
too, people we have fitted with glasses always
refer their friends and acquaintances to us. This
also means success. We do not claim that we
have attained success in the fullest sense of the
word, but we do claim that we are successful
and that our success is due to an absolute knowl
edge of the optical business.
Need Glasses? Ask Segall
Segall Optical Co.
230 Mesa Ave.
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Weddings
.Speage cloth,' so effective when
made up plain, is at its best in such
dresses as this. "
The color used is mole gray with
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and black velvet ribbon, with
ornaments, is used for a tie.
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Cards
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Grant entertained
their niece. Miss Ruth PhilllDS. of
Cleveland, Ohio, who is visiting them.
with a dance, at S01 Wyoming street
There were 40 counles in attendance.
The evening's festivities were con
cluded by the serving of refreshments.
Mrs. Herman G. Andreas entertained
a neighborhood club and a few guests
on' Monday afternoon at bridge, and
also on Tuesday afternoon. On Mon
day the prizes were won by Mrs. James
Murdoch and Mrs. Arthur Fullen, while
the consolation fell to Miss Jessie New
borough. Tuesday afternon Mrs.
Frank Turner won the first prize, Mrs.
William Seamon the second, and Mrs.
W. E. Clark the consolation.
Mrs. J. E. Parker entertained the
"Eureka Bridge club" on Tnesdav aft-
j ernoon. After the game refreshments
of two courses were served. Besides
the members present were two guests,
Mrs. George Dennis and Mrs. E. Steen-berger.
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A clean, crisp, dainty shirtwaist can al
ways greatly enhance milady's appearance
you may easily keep your' waists in per
fect condition through
Faultless Dry Cleaning
Not only do our methods restore the
natural beauty of chiffon, lace and other
waists, but greatly add to their length of
service.
On I MI? Q DYEING AND
nULtiVlJEiD CLEANING WORKS
218 Mesa Avenue Tel. 786, 787, 791. 701 Texas
end of the girdle Is decorated with a
lattice work of black velvet ribbon,
held by beads.
Lodges and Clubs
Samuel 11 Reynolds and Miss Ramona
Zieger will be married Thursday after
noon at the apartments of the bride's
parents, in the Zieger hotel. They will
leave Thursday evening for New Or
leans, where they will attend the Mardl
Gras, and from there will go to Mr.
Reynolds's home, at 51 Riverside Drive,
New York, for a brief visit They will
also spend a part of the winter in Los
Angeles before returning to El Paso to
make their home.
Mr. Reynolds is a well known young
El Pasoan. He is a 32 degree Scottish
Kite Mason, belonging to the Corning,
frv willo, fnffa arril r"l,1T,
closing is 'edged with a frill of lace. I N. Y., lodge, and is also a member of
The Euterpean society gave its ninth
program on Tuesday evening in the
First Christian church at 8 oclock.
Original characterizations of Rulsdael.
the artist; Schiller, the poet and
Weber, the- composer of music, were
written and read by Mrs. Charles L.
Overstreet Miss Florence Hanson and
Miss Bertha Stanhope. The numbers
were announced bv James G. McNary.
Mrs. A. L. Hawlev and E. C. Knick-
meyer played well a piano number for i
four hands, "Overture to Oberon."
Miss Mary iwice Jones gave two
readings, "The Knight; of Loggenburg"
and "The Worth of iWoman," which
was very much enjoyed.
Miss Virginia Bean delighted her
hearers with a violin solo, "Weber's
Last Waltz." accompanied on the piano
by her mother, Mrs. V. L. Bean.
A vocal Solo, "Scene and Air," Der
Freischutz, was artistically rendered
by Miss Bertha Stanhope, accompanied
on the nlano bv Mrs. Helen Roberts.
J. G. McNary read a short description .
of the numDer.
E. C. Knlckmeyer delightfully played
a piano-solo, "Invitation to the Dance."
and Mrs. W. R. Brown read the descrip
tion. Mrs. C L. Overstreet described pic
tures as they were shown upon the
screen, by famous artists, and the in
teresting program was closed.
The next Euterpean program will be
given on the evening of February 11.
at the First Christian church, and will
be in charge of Rev. Perry Rice. Mrs.
J. J. Pearce and J. A. Rawlings.
the local El Paso clubs. He fs a gradn
ate of Hobarth college, at Geneva, N. Y..
and has been a resident of El Paso and
the.MSesilla Valley for the past nine
years. Miss Zieger is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles ieg-er and is well
known in El Paso society.
The Record, of Cedar Rapids, la.,
states that friends in El Paso will be
interested to know that Joseph Fran
ces Fraser, president of the Twin Peak
Mining company, of York, Ariz., was
married January 22 in Cedar Rapids to
Miss Lila Addessa Reid, daughter sot
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Reid, of fthe
Iowa city.
SAN SIMON CLUB
HOLDS ELECTION.
About El Pasoans
BOY HELD TO GRAND
JURY; BOND IS $5000
Santa Rosa. N. M., Jan. 29. Cande
lario Moreno, the 13 year old boy who
Is charged with having killed 9 year
old Prudencio Romero on Saturday
night entered a plea of not guilty be
fore justice Sanchez y Baca and waived
preliminary hearing. He is held un
der $5000 bonds to await the action of
the grand jury.
TYPICAL OLD ENGLISH
TEA IS GIVEX AT YSLETA
Ysleta, Tex., Jan. 29. Very delightful
and typically English was the tea given
by Mrs. Miles Hanson, complimentary
to Mrs. Milton St John Graves, who
left Tuesday evening for Mardi Gras
and an extended visit to friends in New
Orleans. The visitors were entertained
in the large living room, furnished with
furniture brought over from England
and hung with pictures painted by Dr.
Hanson from interesting bits of scenes
throughout the British isles.
At S oclock a typical English tea was
?Ain-? the dl,nlnS room from china
and silver services which have be
longed In the Hanson family for 200
years.
.Jl6 Sests during the afternoon were
shown the presents given to Dr. and
J?;nH?nB?n by Dr- Hanson's congre
gation in Leeds upon his departure for
America. Among the presents is an
JS11.. tray bound in silver and a
hand Illumined letterof love and es
teem, bound in morrocco.
7,i2S?!?,ei,t8 enJinF Mrt. Hanson's
hlspltality were: Mesdames Milton St
John Graves, F. W. Whluiey John
White. John McDonald, E. S. White W
B. Phelps and W. D. Lansden. '
Rngs and Linoleum.
Spring days are coming and with
them "will come the need of new floor
coverings. As usual, you will find us
with the most complete line of rugs and
linoleum tobe found in the city and at
prices that are most attractive. For the
coming week we will offer some special
bargains in our rug department that
you cannot afford to miss. We will
quote no prices here, but come and see
for -ourself the most attractive lino of
floor cenrrincs in Tl Paso
LI Ino Household Filrnlxlilns: Co.,
Cormr ililio and Stanton t&
Miss Genevieve Morrison Is ill at her
home. Miss Morrison is employed as
clerk in the local postoffice.
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Little Irene Campbell is ill at her
home, on Mesa, avenue, wltn a case of
erysipelas.
Mrs. Julius A. Buckler is recovering
from a severe attack of the grip.
Mrs. Otis C. Coles is better,after an
attack of the grip.
Mrs. Flora McAfee Jones is recover
ing from a severe cold,
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Little Kendall Anderson Is ill at his
home. 611 River street
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, It G. Ansley is still closely confined
by the aggravated cold that attacked
him some 10 days ago.
Dinners
and Luncheons
Mrs. Marv C. Hills will entertain at
luncheon at Hotel Paso del Norte on
Friday. January 31. In honor of Mrs.
Donald Gillies. Misses Florence and
Clare Yancey and Miss Letitia Johnson.
Miss Elsie Kent was the guest of
honor at a 6 oclock dinner yesterday,
given by Mrs. L. J. Schmid.
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Mrs. Charles M. Newman will enter
tain with a luncheon on Thursday af
ternoon at 1 oclock in honor of Miss
Letitia Johnson, at Hotel Paso del
Norte.
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El Pasoans Away
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Mrs. Irving McNeil is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. C. R. Jeffris, for a short time,
at Mescalro, N. M.
E. M. Whittaker' is in Tombstone,
Ariz., attending court
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First Lieut Luther Felker, of the
Second cavalry, has been ordered'to re
port to Lieut Col. Jacob F. Kreps in
fantry, at Fort Bayard, N. M.. for ex
amination by the retiring board.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson have
gone to Carrizoeo. N. M., to spend a
few days visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Burch and Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Thomas left on the Texas
& Pacific Tuesday night for New Or
leans, where they will attend the Mardi
Gras.
Cliff Whaton Elected Secretary? Wom
en Secure Park for San Simon;
Homo 1 Burglarized.
San Simon, Arlz Jan. 29. The local
commercial club held its election of
officers this week. C B. Currier, who
had been secretary for nearly a year,
resigned and Cliff "Yhaton wa3 chosen
to fill the vacancy. The other offi
cers elected were: Dr. M. L. Alexan
der, president; Dr. C V. Copp, vice
president: Wm. M. Buck, treasurer: A.
D. Wallace, assistant secretary. The
directors are Drs. Alexander and
Copp, A. D. Wallace, Geo. E. Sllgh,
H. S. Chamberlain, G. H. Ebsen and A.
B. Hulsey.
Through the efforts of Mesdames
Geo. E. Sllgh and ts. B. Currier, San
Simon is to have a park. They circu
lated a subscription list and secured
sufficient funds to secure the fencing
of the park and the planting of trees
and shrubs.
The park adjoins the railroad rlght
ofway on the south and is bounded by
the town artesian well and swimming
pool on the west It is across from the
railroad station and In full view of all
trains running through here.
Thieves broke into the home of Ed
Grlffay and got away with ifl and
two suits of clothes. They wore the
clothes away, leaving their own in
their place.
A Beautiful Complexion.
In El Paso, more than elsewhere, a
good face cream is an essential to a
beautiful complexion. "We carry In reg
ular stock the best domestic and for
eign creams. In addition, we have one
of our own manufacture, which we
especially recommend. White's Perfec
tion Cold Cream Is, as Its name implies,
a perfect cold cream. Another toilet
preparation that is nice to use is White's
Almond and Wltchhazel Cream. It is
particularly good for chapped hands and
lips. Both these preparations are made
and sold by
Scott White & Co., Mills Bldg.
Scott White & Co.. 204 Mills St
Depot Pharmacy, San Francisco St
Beautiful hnnd are those manicured
regularly by us. Elite Parlors.
CERTIFIED MILK
If your baby is sick yoa should
use it Ask your doctor.
Our dairy has no tuberculosis.
EL PASO DAIRY COMPANY
El Paso Book Co.
Circulating Library
CANDY SALE
Our 25c lb.
ASSORTED
CREAM TAFFY
15c LB.
WEDNESDAY ONLY
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THE STORE BEAUTIFUL.
Fogg Has Another Prize Pig.
Howard Fogg has a new prize hog.
It is a Uttle-plg-hog, but it will develop
Into a prize winner when it gets its
growth. Fogg says so himself The
pig is a Poland China registered and
will be sent to Mr. Fogg's hog ranch
in the upper valley. Mr. Fogg also
runs three theaters and a skating rink.
REJoLVEP
THAT IF YOU WANT HER.
FOR YOUR. VALENTINE
YOU MUJT WIN HER.
WE WIN PEOPLE BE
CAUSE WE GIVE THEM
THE BET BREAD IN EL
PAJO.
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Women's Organisations
Co
The Art department of the Woman's
club is meeting this afternoon in the
assembly hall of Hotel Paso del Norte.
The regular meeting of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, which
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poned until .Monday, February 10.
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That's it. You must win the people's confidence to be
a success. That is why we are a success and are sell
ing more bread than any other bakery. We give the
fullest measure possible in quality and weight. Every
loaf is perfectly baked. Try it once. Every loaf
pped in wax paper, thus preserving its nutrition.
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