EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, February 18, 1913
BtTomcmii 6W Sea OapteJn Fools the Doctor
Asd Cares Himself.
Kb man. woman or child who is rap
tured no setter bow severely or at what
age need despair of being cured.
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Throws Away Bis Truss.
The case of Captain Conines Elves en
couragement for all sufferers from rupture.
He suffered a doable rnptare and was
confined to his bed for rears. Physicians
examined his ease and pronounced an
operation necessary, bat he kept experi
menting on himself. Finally to the aston
ishment of all. be cored his raptures and
never had any return of the trouble.
Capt. Colltags sends his system to rup
tured people. If you -will mail the coupon
below, (or copy it) he will send yen entirely
FEEK. a trial of his process, so yon can
test It In your own case. This costs yon
nothing, and so ruptured man, woman or
child can afford to Ignore It.
TREE TEST COXJPOK
Capt. W. A. Oolltngs,
Box TM T. Watertown. K.T.
Please send me one west's Test of
your System for Baptore. This Test is
to be FRBK. I will commence using
it at onee.
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An. a kA mAiMl tlVfttB tkt tfat Sa-
son was given on Monday night by
Francis Moore, pianist. Mrs. Parvin
A me soprano, and Miss Virginia Bean,
olinist, at & 15. at the First Christian
chuTctL The program was a varied one,
from Brahms, Bach. Schumann, Men
n.lssohn. Moszkowski and Chopin- Mr.
Mcore s interpretations throughout
were delightful and his technique per
fect. Mrs. Par-Tin Witte sang most artis
tically and In splendid voice three num-Lt-rs
accompanied by K. C Knickmeyer.
Miss Virginia Bean played the beauti
ful Sonata bv Brahms for piano and
iolin with Mr Moore at file piano
Mr Moore was encored several times
ind responded with his own composi
tion 'Caprice." after his first interpre
tation of it
Miss Annie Stolaroff will give a cem
pl'tnentary recital on Monday evening,
I eb 24, under ithe auspices of the "Wom
an's club. This will be given at the as
sembly hall of the hotel Paso del Norte.
and Miss Stolaroff will be assisted by
The Flower 9taop forf reek & potted flow
ers of allklnds. MS Texas St. phone 6W.
The officers and women of the Sid
cavalry will entertain with a fancy
dress party on Friday night at the
home of Capt. and Mrs. Frank Halstead,
at 3H7 Memphis street.
Friday afternoon the third division of
the Aid society of the First Methodist
church will give a "George Washing
ton" party at the home of Mrs. "W. S.
Valentine, 115 Rio Grande street.
Mrs. K. "W. Parker entertained 21 of
her friends recently at a sewing bee.
Miss Dorothy Stahmann entertained
with a valentine party on Friday af
ternoon at her home down the valley.
The house decorations were in red and
white, and after playing several games,
the young people enjoyed dancing. The
hostess was assisted by her mother,
Mrs. W. J Stahmann. and Miss Helen
Gaines. Mrs. H. M. Adams and Dr. Alice
G. Merchant chaperoned the guests
from KL Paso Those present were:
Misses Rose Adams, JSdna Robertson.
Helen Teichmanc 'Hs.rgaret Hood. Imo
gene Taylor, Alice Krebanmn. Florence
McKlnney, Bessie Steen, Pressley Bit
tick, Spencer Derbyshire, Fred Carroll,
Clarence Rand, Oscar Cheek, Oswald
Cheek, Harvey Blam, Criss and Ramlel
Jungjabaan, Harroll Trent.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Haymon
Krupp entertained with a Valentine
bunco party for her daughter. Birdie.
The hail, living room and dining room
of the house were decorated in hearts
and heart-shaped mints were served
with refreshments. Frances and Kath-,
erine Earle won the prizes for the
highest scores In the game of bunco.
They 'were a heart-shaped box of candy
and a heart-shaped sachet. A two
course luncheon was served after the
srame. and the Valentine idea was car
ried out there. Mrs. Victor Carusso and
Miss Marion Silverman assisted in serv
ing Miss Silverman also' rendered sev
eral vocal selections. Those present
were. Jane Burges, Dorothy "Wil
liams, Agnes and Helen .Stewart. Ida
Krupp, Jennie Stolaroff, Marlon Howe.
Katherine Foster. Ruth Schwartz, Ruth
Rawlings, Frances and Llna Parker,
Frances and Katherine Earle, Alice
Brown, Lucille Mayer. Ruth Baron,
Margaret Schuster. May Kranzthor,
Norma Tuttle, Carrie Adams, Mary Ca
ples, Paula Krupp.
SUNSHINE SOCIETY A 1 MON1HL Y MEETING
IS ENTERTAINED WITH MUSICAL PROGRAM
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis are en
tertaining Mrs. "W. M. Sims, of Bryan,
Tex. Mrs. Sims will also visit Mr. and
Mrs. Lamar Davis while in the city.
After a visit of a few days in this
city with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Smith and
family, Mrs. "Will X Swoyer has re
turned to her home, in Orogrande, N. M.
Mrs. K. T. Moore and children, who
have been In the city visiting Mrs. T. G.
McCieHan for a short time, left today
for Kent, Texas, to visit Mrs. Moore's
Robert K. Carter, a prominent mining
man of Mexico, is quite seriously in at
a local hospital. His mother, Mrs.
Helen Carter, is at the bedside of her
Mrs. J F. Ball, of Artesla. N. M.. is
visiting her sisterinlaw, Mrs. T. Clark
I4ddell. at No. 16 Braaos Flats.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson, who
have been visiting their daughter,
Mrs. Wlp Robinson, In this city, have
left for their home in Paragould, Ark.
Hotel Paso del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent service.
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The regular monthly meeting of the
El Paso branch of the International
Sunshine society was held on Monday
afternoon in the Sunshine Day nursery
on South Campbell street. The meet
ing was oponed by ..be president, Mrs.
William H. F. Judo, who requested that
all present should repeat the Sunshine
motto. Mrs. T. J. Jones, the recording
secretary, read the minutes of the pre
vious meeting and they were approved.
Mrs. Judd read a poem, very applicable
to the work. Reports of the different
departments of the work were gtren.
Miss Mary Bell Kiefer, treasurer, re
ported a balance on hand up to Feb. 1
of $40.15. Mrs. Judd spoke of Mrs! W.
J. Cox, an active member of the society,
who was called to St. Louis on account
of the serious illness of her father,
who is reported as much better. It was
deeided that the Sunshiners here would
each send Mrs. Cox a postal card in
Mrs. John F. Miller chairman pro tern
of the Sunshine Workers, reported one
meeting during the month of January
at which much sewing was accom
plished. Mrs. Judd spoke of a bolt of
gingham, which is at the nursery and
ready for anone who can make the
garments. It was reported that the at
tendance of the nursery Is rapidly in
creasing and many baby night gowns
have been made. It was found that it
was not necessary to separate the
American and Mexican children. At
one time last week there were 12 tiny
babies in the nursery, and at present
there are 10. There are three American
babies among them, whose mothers
have found employment in the shops.
Mrs. F. A. Mayhew, treasurer of the
Emergency circle, reported $23.75 in the
tteasury. Mrs. Robin -Gould, president of
the Sunshine Helpers, reported that at
the meeting held January 10. five calls,
one boquet of flowers sent to the sick,
and 18 tea towels and napkins made.
A lookout committee was appointed at
this meeting: Mis Agnes BrarowelL
chairman. Mrs. Morris Cushman. Miss
Eunice Anderson, Miss Birdie Kerr, Mrs.
It Belt It was reported that during
the past month five boquets of flowers
have been sent to the sick; the county
hospital visited once: two packages of
magazines sent and it was decided by
this branch that a musical will be given
for the International headquarters of
Mrs. Edith C Lane, chairman of the
"cheerful letter" department, reported
IT letters sent to the sick and shut-in;
19 postals, 57 newspapers, 260 maga
zxines, nine boquets of flowers and 37
visits made, while 11 persons were re
ferred to the Woman's Charity associ
ation. Mrs. Lane told of receiving a
letter from a mother who just lost her
sick son and said that the woman spoke
of the cheer and counsel she hae re
ceived from the Sunshine workers here,
and that they had been as a "star In &
dark sky" to her.
The children of the kindergarten
sang- several songs and solos with their
instructor. Mrs. Vanderwater. The
children have had their primer only
three weeks and many of them can read
well. They are being prepared, for the
public school, when they are 7 years
of age. They all repeat the names of
the days of the week and the months
and can count to 100 Harry Rosensteln
rendered vocal solos. The first number
was "De Lorelei" by Lisst, accompanied I
by Mrs. Roberts. Mrs. Rosensteln re- I
ceived two encores, responding first
tzrlth "Via THftirAllo" frnm tliA nnps. f
"Salvator Rosa" and then with "Lover's
Call." by Anton Ruckauf. Mrs. Roberts
gave a delightful piano solo, "Caprice."
by Sibelius. The meeting was then ad
MISS HALLIE IRYIN
Telephones 2020 or 2010, day;
and 145. night.
-4- SOCIAL CALENDAR. 5.
& Tonight. &
& Men's club of First Presby- -
3 terian church entertains Men's
& club of St Clement's church. S
& " Wednesday.
Meeting of Current Events &
& department of the Woman's t
& club. -o
4- Meeting of the Wednesday &
-O- Bridge Whist club. -q.
A Quaint Little Coat
The women of the various Baptist
churches of the city have arranged a
meeting at the First Baptist church of
this city on Friday afternoon, Febru
ary 21, at 3 oclock. A short musical
program will be gien and M. H. Wolfe,
of Dallas, Tex., will address the women.
Friday evening at the Hotel Sheldon
there will be a banquet of Baptist men
and friends M H Wolfe, of Dallas,
Texas, one of the most prominent lay
men of the south, will be present and
make an address on "Stewardship." Pro
fessor G. P. Putnam will be the toast
master and W. J. Buie will present the
subject of city missions.
The women of the Baptist churches
of El Paso have arranged a meeting at
the First Baptist church for next Fri
day afternoon, February 21. at 3 oclock.
A short musical program will be given
and M. H. Wolfe, of Dallas, who speaks
at the laymen's banquet at night, will
The following program will be given
on Saturday evening. Feb. 22 at the
First Christian church, when the cele
bration of Washington's birthday an
niversary is held by the Daughters of
the American Revolution, at 8.15:
Overture National air by second
Vocal solo "Star Spangled Banner,
by J. a CoggeshalL
Declaration of Independence, read by
H. D. Slater. ...
Duet "The Unfortunate," by Mrs. J.
J. Pearoe and Miss Bertha Stanhope.
Medley Second cavalry band.
Vocal solo Mrs. Francis Moore.
Recitation Mrs. N. R. Crosier.
Music Second cavalry band.
"Tenting on the Old Camp Ground.
by mixed, quartet.
Explanation and bestowal of medals
and presentation Sirs. C M. Newman.
Essay Grammar grade. Miss May
Music Second cavalry band.
Bssay High school. Miss Estelle
"America" By band accompanying
El Pasoans Returning
James G. McNary. accompanied by
Mrs. McNary and the baby, have re
turned from Los Angeles and Delmar,
Calif., where they have been vial ting
with J. S. Reynolds, Mrs. McNary"a
About El Pasoans
Mrs. George Newell is ill at her home
with an attack of grip.
Mrs. T. M. Finney Is ill at the home of
her mother, Mrs. H. J. Darwood, 207
East Boulevard street.
50c MERCHANTS' IDACIIEON
Served from 12 to 2 p. m.
Use Domestic Cake.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
This design is developed in navy
blue boucle The back is slightly gath
ered to a broad band around the lower
edge. A tab, matching the end of this
band, buttons over the corners of the
lapel, making a neat closing.
There is a black velvet collar and
pearl buttons are used.
Mrs. Clarence D.Jflbeeon Is ekter
tstnhu? the "Kurfcs UrMJae .dabVUiie
afternooa at her homo, on Bliss Btreet. I
.Mrs. varoy Fockett will bo the hostess
of the Silent Twelce club on Thursday
Mqa. 3. W. Lorentaen Is. entertaining
the Auction Bridge club tfais afternoon.
Mrs. M. O Wright will entertain at
bridare on Saturday afternoon, compli
mentary to Miss Kate Wise.
El Pasoans Away
Several El Pasoans will be present at
the inaugural ceremonies in Washing
ton Among them will be Mr and "Mrs.
J F. Williams, Mr. and Mrs A. P.
Coles. Mrs. John A. Covode and Mrs.
Mary C Hills.
Lodges and Clubs
The members of the Elks' lodge will
have a George Washington party on
Saturday night at their cluh house.
Saturday night El Paao lodge of Elks
will hold a social session at their dub
different from anything heretofore at
tempted. It will be attriotic in its char
acter and commemorative of the birth
day anniversary of George Washington.
There will be a patriotic tableau
showing events "Tn the nation's history.
There will also be several patriotic
speeches whWi will be followed by a
The entertainment is to be exclusive
ly for members ot the order, but a great
many visiting members from other
lodges are expected to participate.
During the evening there will be mu
sic and other forms of entertainment
to liven up the meeting.
This takes the place of the banquet
which it was originally intended' to
hold at the Paso del Norte, but which
was abandoned in favor of the social
&,. n Kps I R "Yammt and daughter.
Mrs. Sumner Center, of La Crucea, N.
M. entertained at dinner on Sunday.
February 1C. The house was decorated
with ferns and potted plants in profus
ion and in the center of the dining
table was a large boquet of calla lilies.
Those who motored'frow El Paso and
enjoyed Mr. and Mra. Toast's hospitality
were- Mrs. H. L. Kinman, Mrs. K. C
Klnman. Mr. and Mrs. Mtelcher; Reuben
Toast and master Jack Center.
Floyd Bates was the host on Sunday
evening of a dinner party at the hotel
Faeo del Nort" His guests were Mla
ses Camille Kibler. Sarah BrWgers,
Mrs W. G. Dunn will entertain the
Saturday Afternoon Luncheon dub this
Try the new Tarfcfeih baths and bar
ber shop. Paso del Norte hotel.
"Woman, When Thy Help Rule, Will Put -:-
-:- Moi;e Heart In Government," Says Miss Kendall
Time Is Money
Many Hours Gained
by TTsing the -
n State Urn
, NO EXCESS FABE
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TO ALL EASTERN POINTS
3-Fast Dally Eastbound Trains-3
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Between. El Paso, Taesen and Intermediate Points.
For FnU Information, Rates and Pnllman Reservations Call on or Address:
RICHARD WARREN, PHONE
General Agent. 594
h. d. McGregor,
City Pass. Agent.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
BBING a musical comedy queen is
no soft Job. Jumping from place
to place for one night stands,
living in Pullman cars, small hotels in
the small "towns, and rushing to eaten
trains is likely to be very wearing on
the prettiest of wemen, but Miss Lottie
Kendall, "the widow" of "The Prince of
Pilsen," is as charming today as the
last time she charmed El Pasoans, and
is Just as modest and womanly as ever.
Miss Kendall off the stage looks just
as she does on the stage. There is no
disillusioning shock to the Interviewer.
She is an elusive mixture of feminine
charm and delicate beauty. She strikes
you as very reserved, very intense and
very much controled. Above all there
is an air of exquisite refinement which
pervades everything she does.
Believes in 'Woman.
"Put me down as an observer of life,
please, intensely Interested in every
thing, especially in everything that
concerns women, but still hesitating to
Join the creat woman's movement,"
said Miss Kendall.
"On my tours I have taken every
opportunity of studying the suffrage
question from all sides.
"I am not ready to become an ac
tive suffragist, though I admit moat
of the arguments of the 'antis' are
absurd, but it seems to me that women
are getting ready to shoulder the bur
dens of the whole world, and I don't
doubt their strength to do it. but will
they not regret the old-fashioned type
of woman, jhe type so rapidly passing
away, the type best personified by the
women of the evil war period, who
did not lack either bravery or endur-anSe-.
5,ut who exercised their power
and influence in a smaller sphere and
at times at least found shelter in the
quiet of their homes and gardens?
-V Lost Gift.
"We are all losing the gift or the
art of being quiet, of keeping still, but
I am Immensely impressed with the in
telligent, broad point of view which
most women take on matters of the
., "1B Droalenlng viewpoint shows
Itself in many different ways, in some
it eliminates, or at least places under
control petty Jealousy, but the great
thing is that women of all classes are
being bound together by common ties
"But what we want is not more gov
ernment but raoro heart," she waaarked
sagely. '"That is what the new woman
To Keep Pretty.
H?X ' a. woman retain her beau
ty Oh. that Is easy. Sbe has to try
A woman can t neglect herself and re
tain her charms. She must ever be
careful of herself, of the house she
keeps, of the rest she gets of the food
she eats. Nothing that is worth while
Is attained easily. We must fight for
everything. It is a hard fight on the
stage, first to get in. then to retain
one's place It is also a hard fight
for any woman to keep her phsical
charms she must work to do It M best
advice to women is to be rtpuUr in
their pleasures, their -Rork thfir sleep
and their eatine: Thr;r thinr- ha-vo
tluir jrriat?3f be-irlrjr on a iwruans
(harms and her future"
1 1 iiTinTnaMawMWWWB3gBJtfuuwlWUMi!'luu JWi'JutiywywwjJJiJ
MI Lottie Kendall.
NEVADA'S NEW DIVORCE LAW
READY FOR GOVERNOR TO SIGN
Carson City, Nev , Feb. 18. The
Barnes amendment to the divorce law,
requiring a residence in the state of one
ear instead of six months, to go into
efloct T.inuiir 1 1914, passed the senate
bv a votp 014 to 1 One numbei was
absent The measure was passed by the
house and now goes to the povernor for
signing That he ill sign it is certain,
as the me (sure follows closeh the lines
of a bill a.h.xati I 1 lum in his me-
li i in n i r - 1 ii, I uy a"
i a lesson in food purity
and quality which should
be learned by every
Prove yourself a willing
pupil, madam, by trying
it today. One meal w3!
make you "letter perf ect"
m Tip-Top quality.
Pure, clean, different and
delicious it really is best.
Leek for the name TIP-TOP errevery leat
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DANDRUFF AND FALLING HAIR
CAN BE STOPPED WITH HERPICIDE
Every woman who is obliged to wear
false hair or man. a toupee, feels that
it is a misfortune. What makes the
burden so dubly hard to hear is the
knowledge that tie loss of natural hair
could, m most instances, have been
The arch enemy of good hair is the
dandruff germ. This is now a well
established scientific fact. There is one
remedy on the market which, used
regularly, will kill the germ and keep
out every trace of dandruff.
This remedy Is NewbroTs Herpicide
long known as the Original Dandruff
Oerm Destroyer. By keeping the scalp
clean. Herpicide not only prevents he
hair from falling out but allows it to
grow as nature intended. Begun In
time and its use persisted in, this val
uable remedy Insures & nice healthy
head of hair.
Herpicide Imparts a life and luster
to dull, dead, brittl) hair makiag It
light, fluffy and beautiful.
Don't wait. Begin now to save -row
Applications may bo procured at the
better barber shops and hair dressers.
A nice sample and booklet on the
care of the hair will be sent to anyone
upon receipt of 10c In postage or silver.
Address The Herptddo Co, JDept. B-,
Newbros Herpicide in 5c and $1.M
sixes is sold by all dealers who guar
antee it to do all that is claimed. If
you are not satisfied your money will
be refunded. Kelly & Pollard. Special
83 ELK NOW IN
AN AEIZONA FOREST
Winslow, Aria., Feb. IS In an en
closure 4e miles south of Winslow are
8S noble Wyoming eik. Seventy are
cows and the rest bulls. Two cows
were kilted while being shipped.
The enclosure is in the SHtgreaves
national forest. In the center Is a
stack of hay. The elk: will remain in
the enclosure till spring, whoa they
will be released to shift for themselves.
It is believed that by that time they
will be "located" and will remain in
the vicinity. Within 18 or 15 years
northern Arizona should once more be
stocked with elk, as it was in pioneer
Speaker H H. Iinney has Introduced
in the state house of representatives a
bill setting aside a portion of Coconino
and Navajo counties as a game pre
serve, in which the elk will be for
ever protected. It is expected that the
bill will be a law before the tirae comes
for releasing- the elk.
The idea of importing- a herd of Wyo
ming elk originated with the Blks'
lodge of Phoenix. Other lodges within
the state and the Boone and Crockett
elub, of New York, gave financial assistance.
NEW MAIN FOR CITY
IS TO COST $40,000
The city waterworks is to have an
other K-lach main, extending from the
plant 'on the Mesa to Stevens street, a
distance of three and oe-half miles.
It will cost about $4,M, and bids for
the pipe are now being asked for.
The present main is not considered
sufficient to meet future needs. Be
sides this, the laying of an additional
main will reduce the pressure at the
pumping plant and, consequently, re
duce the cost. Besides It will assure
a constant service to town In the event
the present mala should break at any
Found at Last!
The Great English Discovery "Crystolis"
"Grows Hair in 30 Days.'
$1000.00 Reward if We Cannot Prove Our Claims. Try
It at Our Risk. Mail Coupon To-day.
el fort was made to amend it to go into
effea Janu.irt 1. 1915. on the ground
tli it. the hiisinMa men of the state were
entitled to that much time to become !
accustomed to the change. This lost by
a vote of 1Z to 7.
SK VTORTnD CONf.KES'.'HEN J
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Tucsun. , Feb 1 Senators Snilth
and shurit and congressman Carl
Hayji n w.n urged In a telt iram from
the n ii r f commc-ie of Tucson
to fi,i in - 11 in cungrt -s for an
ap t i thi N ttional Old
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Here's good n'iri it 'ast for men and
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covered with dandruff that nothlnir
seems to keep away and whose heads
itch like mad
Good nems een for tho&e who im
agine themselves hopelesslv and in
curably bald or who suffer from hair
or scalp trouble of any kind.
We haTe secured the sole American
rights for the great English discovery,
Crystolis. the new hair reraedv that !n
Europe has been called the most won
derful discovery of the century, hav
ing been ararde.i Gold Medals at the
big Paris and Brussels fcxposit'ons.
Already. itice securing the Ameri
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have written us to tell of phenomenal
results obtained b its use People who
hae been bald for years tell how th
now glory m their beautiful hair
Others who have had dandruff all then
lives "a. thej have now a clean
health- scalp and that hair stopped
falling after a few applications of this
wonderful new treatment Mr H. P.
Baehr reports that CrystoMs rew hair
on his hi. id in less than thlrt 1as
V e don t care whether .ou i-i hot'
prul with fillirs hal- ,-oi i- l
g ai f iir m.tt-'l hair u -l
It If Ton us e t rr st oils
dandruff lUhnu; scalp, or an o' all
forms ot ha r t-uble w e Wait )OJ to
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it won t cost you a cent if we do not
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