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L PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1913
MRS. MARR ENTERTAINS WITH CARDS
AND MISS ORMSEEE WITH A DANCE
Lockets, Stickpins and other jewelry suit
able for a Valentine.
We carry- the largest stock of solid gold wed
ding rings to be found in El Paso. They come
in 14, 18 and 22 carat. .
"The mere thought of buying a
diamond should suggest Silberberg's"
THE IDEAL POWDER
Makes Rei, Brows, or Dark Face, Neck, Hands or Arms
as White as milk and no one can tell you have it on.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Price 50c
THE WHITE HOUSE
El Paeoane Ascay
Mrs. H. D. Slater and son. Johnny
Mac, have a-oe to Washington to
visit Mrs. Slater's parents," CoL and
Sirs. John MeBlrey. They will be away
until the early wmner, returning in
time to open their summer home at
El Pasocme Returning
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dudley have re
turned from California, where they
have been for several weeks.
Rev. J. Allen Ray has returned from
Valentine and other points in eastern.
In the spring of 1898 I was attacked by
Muscular and Inflammatory Bbenmattmn. I
saflereA s oojy those who have it tnow. for
ever tone years. I tried remedy after
remedy, asd doctor after doctcr, bat eeca
relief aa I received was only temporary,
finally, I found a remedy that cared ae
eompletely, and it has never retniaed. I
have gives, it to a ramser who ware terribly
afflicted and eves bedridden with EheoHja
ttsn, and it effected a core la every case.
1 trant every cofferer from any form of
rheumatic titrable to try this marrelooa heal
ing power. Don't send a cent; simply mall
your name and address and I will send it
free to try. If, after yon have need it aad
it has proven itself to be that loog-loofced-for
means of caring your Bbeomatism. yon may
send Hie price of It, one dollar, bat, sader
stand, I do net want yoor money unless yon
are perfectly satMfied to eend It, Isn't teat
fair? Why gaffer soy longer when positive
relief Is tans offered yee free? Don't delay.
HarsB. Jaticsoa, Ko.0 AIhsabxaBle&,
People of this community have been reading our ads
for a long time now. Have they all tried our bread?
We Icnow they haven't. Now is the time to begin,
and you should begin, because it is not only "good"
bread, but it is the best bread that can be baked. Be
gin today. Tell the Grocer you. want BUSTER
nrrTXSAT nnrn t
xjfxvyKKiv dicsu ana
it. Wrapped in wax paper.
For Sale by
real Valentine will be a
solitaire engagement ring set
,With a peerless Silberberg Diamond.
Of minor importance are heart-shaped
Felix Branechwig & Co., Inc.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. "William
Harkness, 1133 North Oregon-street, at
10 oclock Wednesday morning. Her
bert C Ball and Miss Stella Harkness
were united in marriage. The beau
tiful ring; ceremony of the Methodist
Episcopal church, "was pronounced by
the Rev. Herman G. Porter, pastor of
the First Methodist Episcopal church
of this city.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
William Harkness. Mr. and Mrs. D. O.
Harkness. Misses Lillian Harkness,
Ethel Harkness, Beth Harkness. Vir
ginia Kolensky and Ethel "Wells.
The bride has lived for a number of
years at the home of her brother. Wil
liam Harkness. 1123 North Oregon
street. Mr. Ball served "three years irt
the Fourth cavalry, at Fort Meade. S.
D. He is a gasoline engineer by trade.
Mr. and Mrs. Ball have taken rooms at
the Piaxa hotel.
Charles A. McAlpine and Maud D.
Slane were married Monday afternoon
at five oclock at the parsonage of the
First Methodist church. Rew. Herman
G. Porter officiating. Only a few inti
mate friends and relatives were pres
ent. The bride is a daughter of S. J.
Slane. a prominent business man of
Douglas, Ariz. The groom is a son of
William S. McAlpine. of Mississippi, and j
is connected witn tne white .House.
The directors of the Woman's club
held a meeting on Tuesday morning at
the residence of Mrs. W. R. Brown. The
courtesies of the club were extended to
Mrs. C. O. Coffin and 'Mies Anna o
rensoa. This afternoon the regular dub day
meeting of the Woman's club will be
held is the assembly hall of the Paso
del Norte hotel. The meeting will be
in charge of Mrs. H. T. Bowie.
THAT WE HAVE BEEN
HAMMERING AWAY A LONG
TIME TO IMPRE J-5 UPON
PEOPLE THAT " BU-STER
BROWN" BREAD IJ THE
BE JT BREAD BAKED IN EL
other. Insist on getting
Mrs. James I. Marr entertained
charmingly on Tuesday afternoon in
honor of her aunt and guest. Mrs. G. A.
Breaux, of Princeton, X. J., with a
bridge party. The house was very
prettily decorated throughout with cut
flowers and a scheme of lavender and
green was carried out effectively in
the dining room.
The first prize was "won by Mrs. W.
D. Wise, the second by Mrs. H. S. Pot
ter, and the consolation fell to Mrs.
Walter Irwin. They were all dainty
silk sewing bags.
After the game refreshments were
served, and the hostess was assisted by
rs. Katie Marr, Mrs. W. H. Austin,
Mrs. William Marr, Mrs. L. G. Wither
spoon, Mrs. Bessie Fink. Mrs. Frank C
Earle and Miss Maud Austin.
The guest list included: Mfesdames
Walter Irwin, H. & Beach. W. H. Sur
ges, J. E. Barkley, J. A. Buckler, R. F.
Campbell. W. Cooley. J. Calisher. Otis
Coles. Dudley Dean, Lamar Davis,
Charles Davis, J. A. Dick. J. W. Eu
bank, F. J. reldman. H. C Ferris, W.
D. Greet. W. I Gaines, A. H. Goldstein,
J. A. Happer, Mary C Hills. Emmett
Mines. W. T. Hixson, B. F. Hainmett,
Guy Hammett, W. D. Howe, Walter Ir
win. Anna Porter Krause, E. Kohlberg,
Julius Krakauer. Carl McKinney. Rob
ert McAfee, J. G. McXary, Henry Pfaff.
Clarence Plckrell, H. a Potter, D. M.
Payne. Charles Pomeroy. William Race,
U. S. Stewart. R. H. Smith. Frank Sea
mon. H J. Simmons, R. C. Semple. SL T.
Turner. W. W. Turney, James Vance,
E. T Walz. Max Weber. B M. Wor
sham. T. M. Wingo, Norman Walker,
Z T. White. W. D. Wise, Miss Kate
In honor of Mrs. Eldridge P. Rogers,
of Long Beach. CaL. Mrs. Harvey R.
Gamble entertained on Tuesday after
noon at her home. 526 West Missouri
street, with a delightful bridge party
for the younger social set. There were
five tables of players and three prizes
awarded. The first prize, a dainty fan
in a bag. was won by Miss Glen Adams
for the highest score; the second, a pair
of silk hose, was won by Miss Clover
Shackelford, and the young- guest of
honor was presented with silk hose
Valentine day being sear at hand,
the hostess conceived the idea of
having her home decorated in festoons
of red crepe paper and valentines of
hearts. The paper was draped from
the four corners of the rooms and met
at the chandelier, where large bows of
the paper "were tied and large and small
hearts were hung along the festoons.
Refreshments in two courses were
served, the ice course carrying out the
Valentine idea of vanilla cream 'with
a red heart in the center.
The guests present besides the hon
oree were: Mesdames Guy LeRoy War
ren. Francis Moore, Davis Mayfield,
Robert IS'eill, O. H. Baum, Misses Kate
and Glen Adams, Clover Shackelford,
Florence Comfort, Aileen, Judyn and
Clara Hague, Hallie Irvin Ivah Cool,
Anne Lee Gaines. Wanda Race, Grace
Logan, Evalyn Logan, Martha Thur
mond. Lemire Nebekar. Sue Crombie,
Ethel "Walz, Olive Davis and Gladys
The hostess was assisted in enter
taining and serving by Mrs. Baum and
Mrs. Warren. " -
"Mrs. J. D. Hughes is entertaining the
Wednesday Bridge Whist club this
Dinners and Luncheons
Miss Jouet Fall is entertaining today
with a luncheon.
The Ansrrrcx Ts An Asmo.
If you are considering the purchase
of a camera, get an "Anseo." EI Paso
pffers an unusually fruitful field tb the
amateur photographer, especially one
with an Ansco camera. You can take
pictures not only of your own .house
and neighborhood and snapshots of your
friends, but El Paso and Juarez offer
many historical and interesting scenes
to photograph. Your friends back east,
for instance, have never seen a real
Mexican adobe house.
Here y.ou will find a complete stock
of Ansco cameras, beginning with the
Buster Brown series, that are very sim
ple of operation, and including the
larger and more flexible cameras that
require greater skill on the part of the
operator. Call and set an Ansco cata
log. It will help you decide just what
Ansco you ought to have.
Leave your films with us to be de
veloped. The cost is nominal and the
work is 'the best done in El Paso.
Scott White & Co., Mills Bldg.
Quality at a I.otv Price,,
There is no jquestion as to the quality
of the furniture we sell. There is no
question as to low prices. This combi
nation should convince you that it is
here you will get the best furniture
proposition in El Paso. We mention a
few specials for the balance of the week:
Satin finish brass bed $12.00
Axminster rugs, 9x13 $22.60
$25.08 Morris chair $18.75
$37.50 mahogany library tables... $28.00
$24.00 Circassian 'walnut dressing:
$17.50 golden quartered oak dress
ing table $13.50
$30.00 golden oak dresser $22.50
$19.00 Brussells rugs. 9x12 $13.50
El Pano Household PnrnlshlnR Co.,
Corner Mills and Stanton Streets.
Reliable, Mercury Messengers, phone 4242.
Headquarters For Hair Goods.
We announce the arrival of a large
shipment of hair goods. Considering
the high quality of everything we offer
in hair goods, prices are nominal. Elite
Parlors, 216 Texas street.
The Flower Shop f orf resh & potted flow
ers of allklnds. 213 Texas St., phone 620J.
FUEL SUPPLY SHORT;
LAMAR SCHOOL CLOSES
Because of lack of fuel, the Lamar
school closed at 19 oclock Wednesday
morning, but classes were resumed in
the afternoon. This is the second time
this year the school has been closed
for the same reason, it having been
necessary to suspend classes for half
a day during; the January cold spell.
Homely and Aged Faces
Now Easily Beautified
fAunt Sally In Woman'n Realm.)
I have seen the plainest women made
beautiful and the complexious of good
looking women improved I've seen
oldish faces made young and pretty,
blemished and weather-beaten faces
made spotless, white and satiny in
less than two weeks, by a very simple
and harmless process that acts almost
like a miracle. This is all there is to
it: Ordinary mercollsed wax. procur
able at any drug store (one ounce will
do), is applied nightly like cold cream,
and washed off mornings. This grad
ually peels off the lifeless particles of
surface skin, permitting the underly
ing skin to show itself. The newr.
iresner skin, when wholly in evidence,
forms a complexion which for beauty
and youthfulness is incomparable with
one produced by other means. A. com
plexion so natural, so free from arti
ficiality, no one guesses the secret of
its acquirement. You'll not regret try
ing this naally marvelous treatment.
Equally wonderful is the famous
saxollter formula for removing
wrinkles. One ounce powdered saxo
lite is dissolved in a half pint witch
hazeL Bathing the face in this im
mediately erases the finer lines. Grad
ually even the deeper furrows and
crow's feet vanish completely. Advertisement.
MISS HALUE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2010, day;
and 345, night
Missionary union meeting at
Trinity Methodist church.
Mrs. William H. F. Judd on
tertains , with a luncheon-bridge
Meeting of the "Needle Work
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newman
entertain with a dance in honor
of the Misses Yancey and Miss
Lemire Nebeker at Hotel Paso
Meeting of the Silent Twelve
A Becoming Night Dress
The belted night dresa Ss surpris
ingly pretty compared to the ordinary
kind. This is one of the newest de
signs on exhibition in a Broadway
The wide lace frill around the neck
is stitched twice, forming a casing for
the ribbon, which is drawn up a lit
tle and tied in front. A similar ar
rangement is made on the sleeves and
around the body, just below the bust,
a band of plain net is stitched, beneath
which the girdle ribbon is run.- This
garment is cut kimono, fashion and
About El Pasoans
Miss Malinc Hughes is ill with a se
vere attack of bronchitis.
M. N. Geddes is still suffering from
the effects of a serious accident.
Mrs. Donna Klugel has been ill. but
her condition is somewhat improved.
Mrs. John Harper, who has been very
ill, is reported some better.
Miss Karma Deane is ill at hor home
with an attack of, the grip.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. William
E. Orr. who has been vers- ill with
pneumonia, is recovering from hts se
Mrs. Harry Walz has so far recovered
from the effects of a recent operation'
which she underwent at Hotel Dieu,
that she has been able to return to
her home. 2005 Montana street.
Jfc g. ..
O. W. Ballard, after two weeks ill
ness, is able to be back at his post
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Happer and family
home in Hawthorne Place.
Maj. and Mrs. C. N. Barney have
moved from 1207 North Kansas street
to the Virginia Flats
Mrs. B. F. Hammet is ill-at her 'home.
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mrs. T. L. Ely, of Los Angeles, CaL.
will arrive soon to be the guest of Mrs.
J. H. Russell.
Mrs. James Allan and son have ar
rived from Chihuahua, and will be the
guests of Dr. a F. Knoblauch at Ysleta,
for a few days.
Norman CharmlchaeL general mana
ger of the Arisona Copper company,
at Clifton, Ariz.. ls in El Paso on busi
ness. Mr. Carmichael recently re
turned from a trip to Panama and
CLAIMS ATTEMPT WAS MADE TO
CORNER MARKET; SUIT RESULTS
New York, N. Y., Feb. 5. The failure
of an attempt in London more than six
years ago to corner the American hop
market was recorded "in the supremo
eornt by counsel for the Oregon Railway
and Navigation company in a petition
asking for a bill of particulars in tho
suit brought against it -v Paul R. G.
Horet, known as the Orecon "hon kinc."
Mr. Horst is suinir the company and the
Southern Pacific railroad to recover $30,
000 for the Joss of 15 shipments of hops
from Oregon to Iew York In 1D06, ami
damages incidental to delay in moving
certain other shipments.
i.01??:1 fo the 0rKn company de
clared the suit was the outgrowth of an
attempt made by Horst to corner the
"t! li,Ifdon; ,?. the lawyer
said, bought hops, held and stored them,
waiting for the price to go up. Instead,
bile nirvci WHKQ. XJie msrL'Af ... ..-
from him and he finallv concluded the
transportation companies were respon
sible. The court granted the petition Or
a bill of particulars. t
STRICTLY IV BUSIXKSS MEBTIXG.
No Politics, but strictly business. Is
the way .the East El Paso Improvement
league has put up its meeting this
SXS"1??- ne mpe"n "WH1 be held at
3sss Alameda avenue for the discussion
of improvements in the eas'om part of
the city. Ed Held is secretary of the
wmS.;wrLtVrf,,rliH-fWr " dll"er buslntss meeting was
will move soon' to their beautiful newU,H ,, Mellon f nffiMr.
Miss Meta Ormsbee was the hostess
of a very enjoyable informal dance at
her home at the smelter on Tuesday
night. The house was decorated in a
violet scheme and the color was carried
out in the dainty programs. During
the evening, punch was served and a
beautifully decorated cake was cut.
Those present were: Misses Con
stance Pateman, Clarice Coleman, Har
riet Bryan, Mabel Mason. Nellie Gilll
ard, Kate Krause, Mona Frank. Grace
Fleck, Florence Comfort. Sybil Shedd,
Ruth Critchett, Gertrude Leighton,
Chrysta Hogarth, Isabel Searaon, Lou
ise Sanburn, Edna Wellborn. Kather
ine JRusselsmith. Janet Rumsey. Mary
Lewis. Norma Van Surdam, Karma,
Deane, Julia McLain. Emilie Ormsbee,
Mrs. J. A. Rule; Messrs. Herman Bate
man, Herbert Hunter, Juan Smith, Jer
vis Deane. Howard Gill man. Bill War
ren. Walter Davis, Milten Shdd, Henry
Shedd, Percy McGhee. Colbert Coldwell,
Clarence Boren, Clifford TrulL Golden,
Ernest Behler, Karl Teague, Lacey
Rumsey, Fred Carroll Larkin Smith.
Knowles Pittman, A. Rintleman, Harold
Kolburn. W. H. Pickel. Junius Haw
kins. George Worsham. John Gllliard.
1 Jack Ronan, Lee Evans, Bart Hilburn,
C J. Neill.
The Aid society of the Calvary
Houston Square Baptist church met on
Tuesday afternoon at the church. The
first half-hour was spent In devotional
services. A short business meeting was
held and a program given. Mrs. Mar
garet T. Peck gave a talk and Mrs.
Frank Soott spoke on "Witnessing to
God." Miss Pearl Ellis gave two in
strumental solos and refreshments were
served by Mrs. Thomas White. Mrs. C.
A. Bush and Mrs. Stanley Bevan. The
society will give a "teacup" shower on
Tuesday afternoon, February 1L
The Missionary union of the city will
meet on Thursday afternoon at Trin
ity Methodist church. The following
program will be given:
Scripture reading. Rev. ?erry J. Rice.
Praer for foreign fields, Rev. John
Vocal solo, Mrs. "Will T. Owen.
Buddhism, Mrs. Heil Hale.
Buddhism in our land. Mrs. Ii W.
Characterization of a winning socie
ty, Mrs. F. a King.
Vocal solo, Mrs. Lily Pitt.
Current events, Mrs. Ed Milllcan.
Frayer for home field. Rev. E. C
On account of the missionary union
meeting to be held at Trinity Methodist
church on Thursday evening, the regu
lar meeting of the Woman's Missionary
society of th Alta Vista Methodist
church has been postponed until Fri
day afternoon at 3 oclock. It will be
held at the residence of Mrs. G. T.
Moore, 3402 Tularoea street.
The Aid society of the First Metho
dist church will give a Valentine par
ty at the 'home of Dr. and Mrs. G. N.
Thomas, 703 Lee street, on Friday
night. FeSrnary 14.
A "Tomb Thumb" wedding will be
given on February 11 by the Belta
Alpha society of the First Methodist
church. Miss Ida Ketchum wnl arrive
soon from Kansas City, and will train
the children who will take part, about
50 in number. Eight of them will sing
solos during the evening.
The Missionary society of"the East
El Paso Presbyterian church is meet
ing this afternoon.
f Aid society of the Fist Congregational
cnurcn nas seen poarponea until Jfeh.
The Queen Esther Circle of the First
Methodist church will meet in the base
ment of the chureh and enjoy a candy
Rev. C. Wesley Webdell will lead the
regular weekly praver meeting at the
Y. W. C A. boardinsr home this evan-
Lodges .and Clubs
The Washington club will be enter
tained oh Saturday nigtit. February 22.
by Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gere, of 1903
Miss Mabel Stafford, state secretary
of the Y. W. C A., will arrive in the
cky on Thursday from Austin, Texas,
and will address the local members on
Friday at the annual meeting, which
will be held in the central rooms over
Calisher's. A program is being ar
ranged for that time.
Monday evening the Trielle club of
the Y. W. C. A. held its annual meet
ing at the Sheldon hotel. This dub is
the oldest one of the association and
has always assumed part of the finan
cial responsibility of the Y. W. C A.
LOVES A CONVICT
nE. Stiver; Sterry. who in her
r separation, was forced by her
husband's attorney to admit her affec
tion for Oliver T. Sherwood, who stole
$.100,000 and who is now serving a long
sentence for the crime. Mrs. Sterry is
the wife of, a millionaire drug manufac-tiw-
I Quality m
optical business has a broad
meaning. With us it means both
knowledge and skill.
It also means that only the most perfect lenses
enter into the glasses we furnish. The question
of high quality is also considered m the mount
ings we use.
Quality is a characteristic of the "Segall Optical
Service," yet the cost is rKJminaL
230 Mesa Ave.
Hotel Del Norte Ball Room
FEB. 7, SOB P. M.
MME. HARRIET LABADIE
"The Great Galeoto"
A play by Jose Echegarary.
Under the auspices of
The "Woman's Clab.
Seats by subscription.
LLOYD-GEORGE AHD CHURCHILL
RESIGN FROM REFORM CLUB
London, Eng., Feb. 5. The chancellor
of the exche-'ier, DaYid Lloyd-George,
and the first lord of the admiralty. Win
ston Spencer Churchill, resigned from the
Reform club, according to the Express,
because the .c'ab black balled baron Mau
rice Arnold de Forest, wnose candidacy
was seconded by Mr. ChurehilL
The Express adds, that Sir Edward
Grey and Lewis Harcouit also threaten
to resign unless a general meeting of tne
members is called to rescind this action.
JJaron de Forest is a hereditary baron
of the Austrian emptre and authorized
to use his title in the United Kingdom
by royal authority. In 1909 he offered
a prize of $20,000 to the first British
aviator to cross the English ebannel in
a Bntfeh-built aeroplane.
LIMIT PAWNBROKERS' INTEREST
m TO 1 PERCENT A MONTH
Washington. D. C Feb. 5. "Loan
sharks" in tne caital received a blow
when ju-esident Tafl signed the "few
shark'' bill limiting their charges aad
also those of pawnbrokers to 1 pereen?
a month. The money lenders -appealec
personally to the president to vet it.
An easy-to-dlgest combi
Wheat, Oafs, Rice and Barley
made from the whole
' Buy a package of Algrain
servings for 15c
as applied to the,
El Paso Dairy
that its great cow CARRIE
ELLISTON, H. F. H. B. No.
44335, gave birth to a bull calf
Mother and son douig well.
Her record 20375 potsds or
10187 -quarts of raSk in one
year. 82000 pounds in 5 years.
Tins calf Is NOT for sale.
Visit the Dairy and see Carrie.
Her udder measures ten feet
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REHEARING MOTION IN
EL PASO CASE OVERRULES
Austin, Tex, Feb. 5. -The supreme
court today overruled a motion for a
rehearing in the ease of the Texas &
Pacific Railway cowpaay vs. W. B. Bil
gartuor, from M Paso.
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