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E3L PASO HERALD
Friday, February 14, 1913 II
CHARITY WORK IS DISCUSSED IN ALL
ITS PHASES B Y THE W OMEN OF EL PASO
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clearly shon in our ever increasing sales. We sell,
and recommend, such "matches as
Howard, Elgin, Waltham and Hamilton.
There is nothing lacking in our stock to make a satisfactory
selection in either ladies' or gentlemen's watches.
Our $10.00 Special in Gentlemen's
In a reliable watch at a nominal price we men
, tion gentleman's 12 size, open face, -with 20 year
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February and March Briag Oat Un
sightly Spots.. How to Re
Do you know bow easy it is to re
move those ugly spots so that bo one
will call you freckle-face?
Simply get an ounce of othine, double
strength from Potter Drug Co- and one
night's treatment should show you how
easy it is to rid yourself of freckles and
get a beautiful eomplexioB. The sun
and winds in February and March bring
out freckles, add as a result more othine
js sold in these months, and druggists
sometimes find it difficult to get suffi-
ient to supply the calls. Be sure to ask
for the double strength othine, as this is
sold under guarantee of money baek if
it fails to remove the freckles. Adv.
El Paso Book Co.
El Pasoans Returning
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.adn have re
turned from a visit t several days in
jt jt je,
Mrs. B. F. Darbys(iceias returned
from a visit at itcrtgop at.
Mrs. E. W. Barker entertained on
Thursday afternoon with, a "sewing'
George Robert Hall and Miss Anna
Mae Hodges were iharried Wednesday,
February 12, at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. A. J. Hodges, 1403 North
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Perry J. Rice, of the First Christian
ehurch. Only relatives and -intimate
friends were present.
The bride was attended by Miss Al
tha Fruit, and Lyndon Fruit assisted as
best man. Misses Eunice Anderson and
Myrtle Langford were the bridesmaids.
The bride was attractively gowned in
white charmeuse, with pearl and ori
ental point lace trimmings, and she car
ried a boquet of bride's roses and lilies
of the valley, tied with streamers of
white satin ribbon.
The maid of honor wore a gown of
blue silk, trimmed in chiffon, and she
carried a boquet of pink carnations,
tied with pink ribbon.
The bridesmaids gowns were pink,
and tfaey carried pink carnations.
A reception followed the ceremony.
Delicious refreshments of ceam, cake
and punch were served. Miss Ethel
Langford presided at the punch bowl.
The house was decorated in smilax
and flowers, and the color scheme of
pink and white was carried out in the
decorations and refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Hall left early Friday
morning for Paradise, Aris., where they
will make their home.
Alfred G. Kisenberg and Miss Zona
Rankia will be .mauled at Aleda, N. 1L,
on next Sunday. They will leave short
ly thereafter on their honeymoon trip,
and be guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. W.
Bryan, of Government Hill, for a few
days. Mr. Eisenberg is the son of Mrs.
Bryan and represents the Santa Fe
railway company, at Aleda. The young
couple will establish their home at
About El Pasoans
Jasper Wooldridge. who has been ill
with 'an attack of rheumatism for sev
eral weeks, is reported somewhat im
proved, i '
jt jt y
Little rvorothv Martin is ill with a
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Charity association was held
on Thursday afternoon in the Charity
Home, 405 South Campbell street. Mrs.
E. Kohlberg, first vice president of the
association, at the request of the presi
dent. Mrs. Marie Loomis. took charge
of the afternoon. The minutes of the
previous meeting on January 10, were
read by the recording secretary. Mrs.
Irving McNeil, and were approved.
Mrs. MoNell read the report of the
superintendent. Miss Ada M. Cookson,
for the month of January. She reported
many donations of clothing, bedding
and supplies during the extremely cold
weather. A tent has been given by
the association in Government Hill for
attubercular patient. The patieat suf
fering from the same disease in the
tent at the Charity Home, died, and
his wife and daughter returned to their
home. Orders foe milk, meat and bread
are reported as continually pouring in.
The three giris who were recently sent
to Denver were reported as doing welL
During the month 327 persons were
given aid. Twenty-six of these were
Americans, four negroes, 76 Mexicans
and one Dane. The number of cases of
relief given were 525. The care of most
of these fell upon the nurses. About
25 were given aid by the superintend
ent and three hjr the assistant superin
tendent. The number of cases admitted to the
hospital for treatment during the
month of January were 16. Of these
10 were discharged after treatment,
two died and four are remaining. Some
of these were cases of pneumonia, some
intestinal trouble and many other dis
eases. Mrs. Charles Stevent, chair
man of the house committee, reported
that the cost of running the house dur
ing the month of January had been
much less than at any other pre
vious time, as arrangements had been
made with the wholesale dealers to
supply them with food. The total ex
pense during January by this depart
ment was 249.10, making the average
?er meal 10 cents. It was reported that
7S meals had been served at the hos
pital, 428 in relief work. 217 to the
laundry, and 378 to employes, making
a total of 1707 meals served during
Mrs. J. A. Rawlings, chairman of the
baby committee, reported three meet
ings held during the month. Accounts
were kept, bills paid, nurses appointed
and a staff of physicians consisting of
Drs. Branch Craige, W. G Kluttz, J. A.
Rawlings and H. H. Stark gave their
aid. The salaries of three nurses were
especial expenses. The total disburse
ments were $243.21. Mrs. Rawling3
spoke of the little paralytic boy. Harry
Phillips, better known as "Happv
Harry," who, through the kind dona
tion of Mrs. Josenhlne Nations Mnrfit
and other donations of her friends and
the newspapers, has been sent to the
children's home in Denver. A woman
was sent with "Happy Harry" to care
for him and he will remain in the home
for three years and receive treatment.
Mrs. Rawlings read a clipping from a
Denver paper which told of the boy's
arrival in Denver and at the home. The
picture of him on the clipping shows
that he is well named, for he is smil
ing as if he were the happiest boy in
the world and not a pathetic cripple.
The report of the visiting nurse. MiS3
Barlow, showed the most seriously sick
given special attention by herself and
the district nurse. There were 95 visits
made to sick and needy and SS of these
were Mexicans and Miss Barlow spoke
particularly of the gratitude among
mo jitstruy ivreigners. &ne said many
of the Mexican women will work freelv
to aid another and that several had"
been given sewing and in that way
direct charity was relieved.
This report showed 172 days' work
done week by week, 43 persons em
ployed., and 5598 large pieces of laun
dry washed and 785 smaller pieces.
While this work of the association has
never been on a paying basis, it comes
nearer one of the principal ideas of the
association "not to pauperise" than any
uior department, as it not only gives
the women employment, but teaches
them to do good laundry work.
The tubercular renort ahown.1 88 iris.
its made to sick, 23 patients on the list, T
21 of whom are Americans and two I
.wezicans. jjr. c. M. Hendricks holds a
tubercular clinic on Tuesday afternoon
from 2 to 3 oclock at the court house.
The expenses for the month were
$273.21. The expenses have been some
what reduced owing to the refund of
3250 to the tubercular department bj;
the state society from the sale of Red
Cross seals of last year.
At the meetinsr of the exeMitiv twtard
on Thursday morning at the home of
MISS HALLIE IRYIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040,
and 345. night.
- SOCIAL CALENDAR.
Valentine party by Baraca
& class of First Baptist church.
- Valentine party by aid so-
& ciety of First Methodist
& Country club dance.
4& Social meeting of the Ep-
& worth league of First Metho-
The Newest Belted Suit
Miss Jane Lindsey was the hostess
on Wednesday night of a delightful
"560" party in honor of her guests,
Miss Estelle and Helen Ellis and Miss ;
Katberine Hogue. The house was dec- ,
orated In suggestions for the approach-
ing Valentine season and festoons of i
red hearts were hung through the
rooms. Red carnations were seen ai
different parts of the house and can
delabra with red candles supplemented
the already attractive decorations.
Prizes were wop by Mesdames C.
Harrold and Tom White and H. Hun
ter and H. Gray.
A two course luncheon was served
with red heart mints. Mrs. Douglas
Glfford. sister of the hostess, assisted
Those present beside the honorees
were: Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Stafford, Mr.
and Mrs. James James White, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Schaefer, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas White. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Kelt
ner, Mr. and Mrs. F. Dean. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harroid.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andrews, Mr. and
I Mrs. Douglas Gifford; Misses .name
Mae Loreta. Karma Deane, Ecl
Brown, JSOlin jjciarj, il,",r
Gall and Glen McCullough. Nettie -Wilson;
Messrs. Herbert Hunter. Gunther
Leasing. J. Allison, R. Deason, Lieut
Roscoe Batson, R. Woodcock Juan
Smith. W. Worthington. a McConnell
and W. B. Wilson.
One of the most attractive parties
of the week was the Valentine bridge
given on Thursday afternoon by Mrs.
William H. F. Judd at her home. 901
Upson avenue. Mrs. Judd's home was
decorated throughout in festoons of
red hearts; the rooms were darkened
and the lights were subdued with red
shades casting a soft glow over the
The chandeliers were all draped in
red hearts on red satin ribbons. The
table in the dining room was especially
attractive with a handsome lace cloth
and ribbons of red satin with fern
center piece. Candelabra with red can
dles were seen in the library, music
room and dining room.
To each tally card was attached a
Ted heart with Valentine greetings. A
tempting luncheon of two courses was
served in Valentine colors supplement
ed with red heart mints.
The hostess was assisted by Mrs. O.
H. Baum and Mrs. Guy D. Warren.
Prizes were won by Mrs. W. T. Hix
soa, Mrs. J. C Lackland and Mrs. A.
Those present were Mesdames H. M.
Andreas. O. H. Baum. W. R. Brown,
James Crawford, Waters Davis, Fer
gusson Doak T. W. Ely. C. H. Finley.
A. W. Foster. W. L. Gaines, W. IX
Greet, J. D. Hughes. E. M. Hurd. W.
T. Hixson. J. C. Lackland, A. M. Loomis,
J. W. Pettus, H. S. Potter, D. M. Payne.
J. H. Russell. F. H. Seamon. W. &
Tilton. W. L. Tooley, Z. T. White. B. M.
W or sham, G. L. Warren.
Mrs. Judd will entertain the third
of a series of parties on Thursday
afternoon. February 2, for the younger
Mrs. W. E. Miller was the hostess of
a bridge party on Thursday afternoon.
After the games, refreshments were
Mrs. L. J. Gilchrist will entertain the
Wednesday Bridge Whist elub at its
The effect of this suit Is particularly
youthful and attractive. The material
is a rather heavy closely woven sponge
cloth, in a. mAdliim sthajl nf mnla crar
the president, Mrs. Marie Loomis. it I with buttons, belt and buckle of the
The fast is delicious
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mop ihBsi a foi&k&sf food'
Made of the world's four best cereals
Wheat. Oafs, Rice and Barley
Buy a package from your grocer today
kjri l,oijl uti w mini !
Hifii "Taae meats nirut- ri
' ly priced.
Pork Hsm Boast, 2ff
per i ....... ...... MPS f I
Pork Shoahler itoaet, -a J-
per lb IOC
Rump Iteaet, -J C
Home Ma4e" Saa '4' Pure Hoae Made Lard,
per lb IZSJ2C Plb
Fresh Leaf Lard, -I F Bom Made Baeoa,
per lb AOC per ft
POULTRY ALIVE AND DRESSED TO ORDER.
OYSTERS FRESH DAILY.
213 N. Stcvnion St: Bell Phone 136
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fljJTj syxt jam
was decided to employ Mrs. Mary El
well as superintendent of the auuu-la.
tion, when Miss Cooksort, the present
superintendent, leaves. Miss Cookson
finds, on account of physical Inability,
that she is not able to carry on the
work longer and it is with regret that
the association accepts her resignation.
It was reported that she has shown
great capacity for work and-great un
selfishness as she has often been called
upon to do the work of superintendent,
assistant and nurse, and the associa
tion feels that the members owjeher a
debt of gratitude for her services for
the past year.
Rev. Miles Hanson gave a brief out
line of the Elberfeld system of char
ity which prevails in Germany and
some English cities. It was decided in
this particularly Bagllsh city of which
Kev. Mr. Hanson spoke that in the
matter of charity, the individual work
was useless and that the civic re
sponsibility for the poor was as great
as any other civic question. It was
decided that the town should meet the
needs of the people. The town was
divided into five districts and in these
districts the persons were to call aid
rroro the others. On each street a man
and woman were held responsible for
everyone In need living on that street.
a central committee of 54 was ap
pointed and if the persons in the dis
IV. .fond any particularly hard
cases to handle, they were to be re
ported to the central committee and a
regular report given every two weeks.
??. f1nnd no difficulty in getting
.'Lw?ea neael aj. contrary to the
m mJl su.lh work ln America, the
wl?B &?hi Jb? responsibility. They
were detailed to give the peoole aid :
l get On their- fvef on.l V, I I
knFt??".1"8 J?onKht and sewing and
Knitting machines purchased tn aid 1
s?2Sm J ecu,rinK work. When the
call?rnTf!rst.sterted- there -we
Ster i?mo25i.to 20 ersons day. and
the Jnh2? bfn U8ed for n1 "me
Shrer!,rt0I.a,d Ver,e "" reduced.
nSt0d? Sas asked to refuse to give
i?Tml?rltr- Tills system has n
a SSlt, VOI,now for ven years and
streetf keeping watch over each
Rusfen1 SaJtin zlelonka spoke on the
New vLF, sy?iem of charities in
woTkl,? & "VJ.d sa,1.d that an experienced
mm tlfh iv,tl,at Vne m,Kht e. able to
itv In tMlhe.sr,?U8 Problems of char
the vihhi?-iCJty- Pe bought probably
tne biberfeld system would not meet
the conditions in El Paso, as so many
othihVlpplleants are foreigners, and
die r,ine.asufs are necessary to han
thfthe sitatJn- :r. Zlelonka thought
York-1 wn,rk?rBJn..th syste ew
iorK would be better fitted u thev
PeoDnofa"VrU8h? " eStaS witn
th? oriiT081 5very nationality in
thnr m.etropo1'8, and it tB gureeited
thaL lte local charity have o of
these men come to El pso to look
oyer the work here and hive him brtSg
v15e?.rkJd .out ln detaiL
th?ditf,J?i.tLfecl2lon "" taken and
the meeting was adjourned.
nfTbfLmwMn.f,.0f til executive board
r,!6 Won,an s Charity association,
which was to have been held this
morning at the borne of the president.
til t,.,018-. Postponed un
til Thursday morning at 10 oclock.
The Beta Beta elab will entertain
members and friends with a "colonial
age party on the erenlng of Feb 21. It
will be a progressive party, the guests
going from one house to the other,
when refreshments will be served.
The Thursday "Needle Work" club
was entertained on Thursday afternoon
by Mrs. Ed Haight. Onlv club members
were present, and. after the work, re
freshmrnts were served.
The skirt is attached to an accordion
pleated chiffon waiBt in the same
shade, made over a rose colored lining:.
Black velvet was used on the collar
and cuffs, and a black velvet toque was
Out Of Town Visitors
Just rcp.Yv! m. carln-vl
piper jr 'ar infpd vi'b a
Lander Lumber Co.
William Mitchell has arrived from
Alaska to visit his two daughters, Mrs.
Lee Glasscock and Mrs. W. D. Connell.
Kb route to El Paso Mr. Mitchell
stopped in the Imperial valley in Cali
fornia and purchased an irriigated
tract of land. Mr. Mitchell will spend
several weeks visiting his daughters
in El Paso and will then return to
Alaska, where he has extensive claims
W. A. Andrews, of Walhalla, X. D,
accompanied by bis wife and child, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Weeks, at
1119 Terrace street. Mr. and Mrs.
Weeks are the parevu of Mrs. Andrews.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Andrews and lit
tle daughter. Charline WHUred. are
here visiting Mrs. Andrews's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Weeks.
Mrs. K. V. Berrien and son. BUly,
who hare been visiting Mrs. Berrien's
sister in St. Louis. Mo., for some time,
passed through El Paso on Wednesday
on their way to Doming, N. M. to vis
it Mrs. Berrien's daughter. Mrs. Ralph
F. A. German, a lawyer of Pittsburg,
Pa., Is in the oity for a short visit.
John A. Morgan, who Is in the lum
ber business in Arlsona, is in the city
for a 'fortnight's visit
Read Our Weekly Specials and Save Money
Use President and Ambassador Coffee, 40c and 45c lb.
McMath's Sunset and Old Mission, 35c and 40c per lb.
Kippered Herring, r
per can utC
Herring in tomato sauce,
per can, Se, 10, IS l-3e and
per ean, 15e, 20c, i&e and. .
per can, 30c and ....
Strictly Fresh Yard Eggs, per doz. .;.
American Beauty Flour, 24 lb. sack $1.00
per can .......
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Or for Highland Park.
Phone 1666 and 1662.
Phone 68 or 634
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Makes Red, Brswn, or Dark Fact, feci, Head or Arm
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Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Price 50c
THE WHITE HOUSE
Felix Brnnschwig & Co, lac.
The Baraca and Philathea class ef
the First Presbyterian church had a
most enjoyable Valentine party in the
church parlors on Thursday night. The
rooms were decorated ln festoons 'ot
hearts, and refreshments were served.
Miss Vary Alice Jones save two read
ings and Miss Lauramaud Fink and
Carl Tipton sang a vocal duet. Most
of the evening was spent in the pro
gressive game of "hearts." Lumps of
sugar held red letters making the word
heart, a letter on each side of the cube.
and the nnu caused much merriment.
The Mesa division of the women of '
the First Presbyterian church are giv
ing a valentine party tnis atternoon at
the charch parlors.
The women of the aid society of the
First Methodist church are entertain
ing thja evening with a Valentine party
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. G. N.
Thomas, 703 Lee street.
The "east of Oct a via street" division
of the First Christian church met on
Thursday afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. H. P. Jackson and was entertained
by Mrs. Jackson's mother, Mrs. M. L.
Edwards. Sewing was done and after
this the hostess served refreshments.
TO START SATURDAY
Cloudcroft, X. M., Feb. 14. Thomas
Daniels, of Texline, Texas, who has
been here for the past two weeks mak
ing arrangements to publish a weekly
paper in Cloudcroft, has received his
frees and expects to get out the first
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Clack at tha Cloudcroft lodge.
Mr. Clack has the distinction of being
the father of the first baby to be born
at the lodge. Mr. Clack is caretaker
of the lodge and the Cloudcroft Reserve
and resides at the lodge during the
P. H. Mendelson, who has been do
ing a general merchandise business
here for the past three years, has dis
posed of his business and moved to Co
lumbus, Ohio, where be expects to eon.
duct a similar business.
J. S. Uouser and family have re
turned from a trip through Arkan
sas and Texas.
After having been confined to the
bed for several days oa account of ill
ness. Mrs. P. H. Waldie is able to be
Mrs. J. C Jones and Mrs. Howard
Beachuro have left to spend several I
weeks in Aiamogordo. Mr. Jones ac
companied them to Aiamogordo, but
will return in a few days.
Rev. H. L. Wheeler spent several days
in and around Cloudcroft attending to
Mrs. C. X. Kirklaad has left for Ala-
mogorao to spena m. iow usjs.
J C. S. Wood, superintendent of the
Aiamogordo Lumber company, BU o-
ser. w. IV. Hughes ana Air. ana Mrs.
$d? d? dj d? i ds g? d d d i d?
El Pasoans Away
Dinners and Luncheons
J. C Ballard has gone to New York
on a business trip.
J. F. Fishendea. of the Great West
ern Oil Co., has left for Los Angeles.
Calif., accompanied by his wife and
two children. They will reside in Los
WORKER IS HERE
Willie Walker were visitors in Cloudcroft.
Particulars Page 4.
BODY OF HOWARD IS
TAKEN TO VALENTINE
"Valentine, Tex, Feb. 14. The body
f J. S. Howaxd, the inspector who died
from the wound received in the battle
near POaree. was brought to the Bm-
toa ranch and reached Valentine yes
terday afternoon. From here the re
mains will be taken to Burney, Tex.,
Mr. Howard's old home, tor interment.
Mr. Howard had been ia the service
here for a number of years. He leaves
a wife and two babies, who reside in
Inspectors J. T. Sitters and J. W.
Harvick left Pilares this morning,
guarded by 18 rangers aad eight sol
diers. Word from the Boston ranch
states they arrived safely and the men
stood the journey exceptionally welL
Old Folks Find New Remedy Relieves
All Kidney And Bladder Miseries
E. W. Rinehart, father of R. II. Rlne
hart, who has been visiting his son 'and
daughterlnlaw for several days, left for
his home, in Rlkhart. Ind., last night.
He stopped over here en route home
from a 'winter's trip to California and
spent some time seeing the valley with
his son. Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Rinehart gave a farewell dinner to
their father in one of the private din
ing rooms of Hotel Sheldon. An elab
orate dinner, in several courses, with
wines, was served. The table was dec
orated in carnations and ferns.
Madeline Fisk is entertaining this
afternoon at luncheon.
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Mrs. U. & Stewart was the hostess of
a beautifully appointed luorheon oa
Thursday afternoon to honor Mis Kate
Wise, of Denver, Colo. The table was
lovely with three gold baskets filled
with rosea and jonquils. Seven courses
was highly enjoyed by all who could
find seats and standing room at our
Thursday, the 13th Victrola concert.
We onlv regret that 'our seating capaci
ty is so limited. Remember our next
concert, rnursday, February sotn, 8 p
m. oe on time, to pet Dest seats.
V. G. WAU COMPAXY,
103 EI. WSO STREET.
l ie Domeilir Cake.
So ''iito't.rn Tucl Co.
m Shaw, second only to lit.
Clark, the founder of the Christian En
deavor society, in the Endeavor worn.
arrived in Kl Paso Friday and was the
guest of Rev. P. J. Rice, of the First
Christian church, and will be enter
tained by the Christian Endeavor so
cieties of the city with, a reception at
the First Christian church this even
ing at 7:30, and will deliver an address
at the church at 8:30. Mr. Shaw is en
route to Los Angeles to prepare for
the next meeting of the Christian En
deavor societies. He was entertained 't
with a luncheon at the Sheldon hotel
Friday noon at which the ministers
and members of the society in El Paso
KLGIX, ARJZ, GETS SBCOND
HBAVT RAIN WITHIN 1Q DAYS
Blgin, Aria.. Fen. 14. Wgln and vi
cinity have had a second heavy, soaking
rain within 10 days.
V. P. Hanson, the Elgin merchant,
will build an addition of 16 feet to the
rear of his store, beneath which he will
dig a big cellar.
Mrs. James Cunningham is having an
addition of several rooms aad much re
graining done on her home, south of
WIPB OK BXPLOIUCR. SCOTT
"WAS KBCBXTLY IN" BL PASO.
Mrs. Robert F. Scott, wife of the
south pole explorer who lost his life
after reaching the pole, was in Kl Paso
recently. She was on a tour of toe
United States and stopped in Kl Paso
between trains, she went from here, to
Tucson, where she remained several
days and was on a ranch in Ariaona.
rom Arixona Mrs. Scott went to Saa
Francisco, where she received news oX
her husband's heroic death.
UNION CARPENTERS TO OIVB
SMOKKlt KOR DUFFY.
Carpenters will loin in a smoker at
the Labor Union hall this evening in
honor of Frank Duffy, the general sec
retarv of the Carpenters' union, who
will arrive this evening from his head
quarters in Los nsreles. A smoker,
lunch and an address by the general
secretarv will be lruluded in the pro
pram j.,1 paso loial Nr. , of the
'arpenteis- union will be the host to
all union ci-pinters
Hotel Paso del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso ,i,i Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte excellent ser
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The aew discovery, Croxone, euros
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filtering glands and cells, and gives
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work properly. It neutralises and dis
solves the poisonous uric acid sub
stances that lodge in the joints and
muscles, causing rheumatism: and
makes the kidneys filter aad sift out
all the poisonous waste matter from
the blood and drives it out of the sys
tem. It matters sot how oM Tou are cr
hew long you have suffered, Croxone
Is so prepared that it is practically im
possible to take it into the human sys
tem without results. You will find it
different from all other remedies.
There ie nothing else oa earth like
it. It starts to work immediately and
more than a few doses are seldom re
quired to relieve eves the moot chronic
It is the most wonderful remedy ever
made for restoring the lifeless organs
to health and strength and ridding the
system of every particle of uric acid.
and you can take it with the utmost
confidence that nothing on earth win
so quickly cure such conditions.
You can obtain an original package
of Croxone at trifling coat from any
first-class druggist. All druggists are
authorized to personally retlrn the
purchase price if Croxone should fail
in a single case. Advertisement.
To Gas Consumers
Our demonstrator, Mrs. Cheaney, is at your service
and will be -very glad to call at your home and
give you any information concerning gas ranges,
stoves and 'burners. It is our desire that our cus
tomers shall get the very best results from the use
of gas and we will be glad to have you call our
demonstrator at any time.
Gas & Electric Co,
l se Domestic Coke.
tl t vum Fuel Co,