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t PASO HERALD
Thursday, February 27, 1913
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ObI j- Four of S2 Prisoners Are Acquitted
by Jary la Pari. Fear Others Are
Liable to Death Penalty.
Paris. France, Feb. 27. All but four
tbe 22 prisoners that have been on
trial &e tbe alleged automobile bandits
"who terrorised Paris and its environs
In 1911-1912 were found guilty by a
jury. The exceptions trere Rodriguez
and the three women, Maitrejean,
Behoofs and Leclerch.
Four of the accused were found by
the jury to be liable to the death pen
alty. These were the bandits, Xneu
donse, CallemtB, Soudy and Monler.
Of the original band, four have been
3UUed, Bonnot, Gamier, Valiet and Du
bois, and one, Reinbault, has been put
In an insane asylum. Bonnot, known as
the "demon chauffeur," died In a Paris
suburb, after & battle with troops and
Four of the 22 bandits were sen
tenced to death by the groiUotlne. The
condemned axe Dieudonne, Callemln.
Soudy and Monier, against whom a
number of murders were proved.
Fourteen others were sentenced to
long terms of imprisonment.
?REDEBICJ. HASKIN TO
WRITE ABOUT WOMEN
Frederick J. Haskin will soon begin
for The El Paso Herald a series of
articles on "The Modern Woman." The
series will begin about the middle of
March. The series will run daily for
over & month and will embrace the
"Women's Present Sphere, Women In
the Home, Women as Mistresses, Wo
men as Servants. Society Women's
Problems, Social Freedom of American
Women, Women as Wasters, Women
and Marriage. Women and Clothes.
Women and Wages, Women in Busi
ness. Women in the Trades, Women in
the Learned Professions, Women on
the Farm. Women in the Government
Employ, Newer Callings "for Women,
Women in Economies, Women in Edu
cation, "Women in .Philanthropy. Wo
men's Work for Children, Women and
the Social Evil, Women in Politics,
Women in Public Affairs, Women's ,
Status in American Law, Legislation
Pesired by Women, Women and the
Census, Women Writers, Women Li
brarians, Women in Music and the
Drama, Women Painters and Sculptors,
Women in Science, Women Inventors,
Women in Organization, Votes for
SVS FRANCISCO "WILL CLOSE
"BARBARY COAST RSSORTS.
San Francisco, Calit, Feb. 27. The
"Barbery Coast" of San Francisco, .he
notoriety of which has been spread
around the world by the ships of all
nations for 49 .years, is soon to be
tnly a memory. An' order of the po
lice commission forbidding female
patronage and shimming parties cf
which women are members has been
Its undoing. The ocder takes effect
"We've all got to quit," declared the
owner of one of the largest resorts.
"After Friday night there won't be a
place open on the coast. We simply
can't run without the women."
He referred, not to the women of the
underworld, but to these of the fash
ionable residence and hotel district
with whom stumming on the "Coast"
had become a popular diversion.
No tourist party was considered to
have seen "Frisco" unless it had paid
an early morning visit to the "Coast."
Nearly 6 resorts are affected by this
action. Most of them will close; the
others will suffer a heavy loss in reve
nue. More than 800 girls are prepar
ing to move to new scenes.
If you want tender, juicy
meat, phone 975.
See the difference.
206 N. Stanton St.
Across the Street From Calisfcer's.
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Lodges and Clubs
Mrs. Horace I Spence entertained the
Degree of Honor lodge on Wednesday
afternoon aft her home, 809 Dallas
street, with a "Kensington club" meet
ing. Music was rendered during the
afternoon and sewing was accom-
?lished. A salad course was served,
'hose present were Meedames W. H.
Butterbangh, E. F. Butterbaugh, J. M.
Barnes. L B. Taylor. Arthur Stacy,
John T. Cain, James J. Murphy. H. O.
Dow. Nellie Pettigrew, Dodle Prothro,
Mattie McLain, Gun Nunley, a E. Mc
Nemar, D. A. Lane, H. L. Birney and
El Maida shrine will meet Friday
evening to arrange for the entertain
ment to be given for the benefit of the
patrol which will go to Dallas to attend
tbe annual reunion of the imperial coun
cil in May.
Tbe Catholic association has organ
ized gymnasium classes. The first of
the younger people will meet this
afternoon at 4 oclock and the older
people will meet tonight at S oclock.
About El Pasoans
Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Geddes and fam
ily have moved into their new bUBga
low, ittt Hueco street.
Annabel!, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. "Will L Watson, is iU at her
home with a severe cold.
Mrs. Fred WoodweSrth has recovered
from an attack of the grip.
Miss Laura Henderson is recovering
from a severe cold.
Miss Lucille Daniel is recovering
from, a severe attack of the grip.
Edith Eicke is ill at her home at 90S
J. Gordon Perry jr., the baby son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon Ferry, is quite
ill at their home.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. F. Judd
will entertain this evening with a
musical at their home, 901 Upson ave
nue. DAILY RECORD
To Otto P. Kroeger. to erect an apart
ment house. West Boulevard, lots 22
and 23, block S. Sunset Heights; esti
mated value, $6,000.
T o M. A. Dolan, to build a resi
dence, West Overland street, block 46,
Mills map; estimated value $2800.
To L. 'A. Gonzales, to erect a brick
residence, Bassett avenue, block 35,
Bassett addition; estimated value,
To B. B. Davis, to build a brick tene
ment. Park street, block 72, Magof
fin addition: estimated value, 31,000.
To C G. Hawkinson, to erect a store
room, 500 Upson avennue; estimated
North, side of Hueco, between Luna
and Cebada streets Anna T. Sorenson
to John D. Stalker: easterly 11 feet of
lot 12, all of lot IS, and westerly two
feet of Jots 14, block 120, East El
federation. $3,736, Jsjn. 29,
South side of Wyoming, between
Maple and Rosewood streets S. H.
P&ttOB to Lander Lumber company.
lot 5 and east seven and one-half feet
of lot 6, block 74, Basse tt's addition;
consideration, $3,400; Feb. 11. 1913.
Licensed to Wed.
Jose Cardova and Ana Levria.
B. Sosa and Maria Ibarra.
1345 K. C. Felham, 301 San Francisco
street; for passenger Cadillac.
1366 J. B. Smith, Lincoln Park, Ex
1307 M, Coblentz, 1145 Rio Grande
street; five passenger Cadillac
1365 W. W. Turney, 1205 Montana
street; seven passenger Cadillac.
The Overland Automobile.
The best story of the details of the
new Overland and Its modern equipment
ever offered the public can be found in
the next issue of tbe Saturday evening
Post, on sale Thursday, February 27 in
the double page announcement of "the
Overland. Overland salesroom, S. W. i
nvaiaing", JMorrn scanron ana .trankiin.
Vse Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co
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This dress is a recent addition to a
biuux. warorooe, xx. nas the appearance
of a three-piece costume, but is really
The high collared blouse-front is of
white chiffon, with a tiny bow of
cream lace at the throat and a row
of fancy buttons. Over this is a .coat
of dark plum-colored charmeuse,
trimmed with cords, self-covered.
Corner weights give graceful lines to
the back of the coat.
The skirt is of black satin 'and the
same material is used for the collar.
cuffs and girdle. ;
The Flower Shop forfresn fc potted Hew
ers of allktnds. 213 Texas St. phone 62J.
Dnstlena Floor Brushes.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St
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JL c very Jatest and most im-
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which, like certain famous candies,
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the dance, and she has danced it at
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The Daughters of the Confederal
are meeting this afternoon at Trinity
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ine sunset scnooi win meet at .the
school on Friday afternoon from 2:30
Until fwlfWlr Th. .nllc nf 1,a !.
grade "will give an entertainment and
JI. 43VWUBVK wiu ttUUrtRKt bUB IHOLH9T5
on "The Nervous Child."
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Art ilanai.tm.nt n .1.. nT.-,.Hin . .
was held on Wednesday afternoon in
the" assembly hall of Hotel Paso del
Norte. Mrs. C. H. Campbell, the vice
W m A Ill's ".t 1,a a" ... ..1..1.
members, which was to have been
given on Monday afternoon, Marqh 3,
has been postponed. It was requested
that all the club members consider a
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Woinen's clubs, and to submit it to the
SI Paso club.
I The proftram for the afternoon was
1 An "lfnrlll TWAratni" 'V-T-.r T t
I Ioefl:herty"read an interesting paper on
ovtuf lumwuu; -M.r. o. i, autnerianu
eavc o. utan. on tjonn w. Alexander.
X"4tl t-4lWn nit. l .-MA-.ll
reminiscences: Mrs. & J. Fennel read
a lonci iium ara. Alice r. inomp-
fiAn tlitfk rJiai-mon nf Vi , il--. -
ment, on a sketch of Edwin H. Blash-
field. tE1llnll olfsn rantafnbl cat.aa1
pointed suggestions on art.
jxrs. . Mi. ceuogp reea an lnstruc-
tf fl TvanAV nm T.I.. T a -Caa. -r tt
A. Hodge's paper on Bllhu "Vedder was
witty and interesting.
At the close of the papers, a discus
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directors and the following women
were taken into full membership of
me ciu: inesaBmeg w. v. J.Tirney,
Harriet Clark, E. M. Whittaker. Kuno
Doerr, Victor Raggio. R. L. Ramey. D.
C. Booth and Miss M. J. Hitchcock.
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tended to Mesdames Hayr aon Krupp.
Victor Carasso and J. Hammer.
The Beta Beta club will be enter
tained on Wednesday, March 5, by Miss
Mrs. George Franklin Is entertain
ing the members of the Thursday
"Needle Work" club this afternoon.
El Pasoans Returning
"XTr rovlatr T3I--4- V-. -At-A,1 .t--.a-
an extended visit to Boston, New Tork
and other eastern cities.
Mra. F. L. Torres has returned from
an extended trip in Indiana,
S0e MBRCILVATS' tTOCHE OS
Served from 12 to 2 p. m.
carnation. Probably In the temples of
the orient. There is no other enter
tainment which gives me so much
Pleasure as to see or partrdpate in
The Wilcox Glide.
Many who never dared say so will
agree with Mrs. Wilcox that dancing
is one of the most enjoyable forms of
exercise, and now that they have her
illustrious example thev. too. will dare
to tread "thf l'- n ' a.i t;,. t-.-" in the
measures of Hi. ieo i;. ,',
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composed by Prof. Borher. and the
stpps are dscribp1 here bv their cr"a-t'-.
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MISS HALUE IRYIN
Telephones 2020 or 2010, day;
and 34S, slsht.
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& SOCIAL OALENTJAR.
Mrs. H. Bailey entertains
meenbers of the First Congre-
Mr. aKd Mrs. William H. F.
; Judd entertain with a musical. -
Meeting of the B. T. P. TJ.
members of the city at the
: Highland Park Baptist chureh.
Meeting of the Parent-Teaeh-
t rs' association of the Sunset
: : : '
Little Miss Loralne Crockett enter
tained a number of. her little friends
Wednesday afternoon at her home in
Government Hill, in honor of her fourth
birthday anniversary. Many games
were enjoyed during the afternoon, af
ter which refreshments were served.
The dining room was very prettily dec
orated In red and white. The table
was attractive with its runners of red 1
satin ribbon and red and white car
nations. In the center was the large
birthday cake, holding four red candles.
The little tots who enjoyed the after
noon were: Lula Beth Harper. Martha
and Dillon Cole. Corrine Boyd, Dorothy
Anthony. Elisabeth and Margaret Hoop
er, Ruth and Gladys Wright, Loralne
and David Crockett, jr. In entertaining
the little ones, Mrs. Crockett was as
sisted by Mrs. S. H. Rogers, Miss Helen
Rogers and Miss Jennie Feathers.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen entertained
a number of friends on Saturday even
ing. February 22. to celebrate their 15th
wedding anniversary. Games were
played and "high five" enjoyed. Mrs.
w. Lozler won the first prize for the
women, a hand painted plate: W. Lo
zler won the first prize for the men. a
tie, and the consolation prize of stick
candy was won by Mrs. C Glover and
A. B. Washburn. A three course lun
cheon "was served. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
"were the recipients of many beautiful
pieces of cut glass. Those preent were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lozler, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Stealns. Mr. and Mrs. C Glover, Mr.
and Mrs. S. Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. A.
D. Washburn. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Marts.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Engle, Mr. and Mrs. C
Hull, Misses Viola and Hazel Allen.
step right foot In back of left, step
left to left side, step right foot in
front of left two measures.
Same to left, beginning with left
foot two measures.
Second step "Hop slide" hop
on left foot, slide right to Tight
side, bringing heels together; Re
peat the same thing two meas
ures. Third step "A "two-step tarn"
slide, right, left, right, turn half
way again to make a complete
turn4 two measures.
Repeat all from beginning.
The woman's partner goes
through the same steps, beginning
with the opposite foot, however:
Mrs. Wilcox varies the dance by let
ting go her partner's hand and execut
ing a series of graceful poses, in which
the floating scarf plays its part. White
she is dancing this solo her partner
continues to keep the time and .rythm
of the dance, or to dance after her. but
without taking .hold of her hands un
The greatest beantv to thin dance lathe poslag and rhythmic movement.
The itfrl n-rs tbe scarf effectively andrncefully, as la the eenter figure, and
tills Ji tTie part of the dance that the IeSrcfcd writer excels la. The upper
pto'c-T. "j vlowii nnother mov rarnt thr ilan.-p. Theie photfti;-nphs. illn--tra!r,,
vh:- V.ilcox Glide, were poaedtor by Miss Jane Bees and Prof. I ha-
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mrs. Montague R. Wadds has re
turned from Columbus, N. M.. where
she has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Eugene1 Mitchell, and her family,' for
several days. Mrs. Wadds Is with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cetlin. of
this city at present, and expects to
leave on Saturday for Omaha, Neb
where she "will visit her sister, Mrs.
F. G. Peticolas and family, Mrs. Wadds
will be accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Catlin. as far as Philadelphia.
Pa., where Mrs. Catlin will visit her
daughter. Mrs. William Peck. After
Mrs. Wadds's visit in Omaha, she will
return to her home in Toronto. Canada.
Mrs. Henry Kline and young son
are in the city from Wharton, Texas,
visiting Mrs. Kline's mother, Mrs". S.
C Wooten, and sister. Miss Josephine
Miss Marie Bream, the temperance
speaker, who has been in the oity
visiting Rev. and Mrs. C L. Overstreet,
left on Wednesday for San Antonio,
Texas, and will go from there to Mis
sissippi. Mrs. Anna Goodrich, who has been in
the city from Memphis, Tenru, visiting
her niece, Mrs. W. E. Lambeth, of 161C
upson avenue, lext today lor ner noma.
. Mrs. T. L. Ely and Mrs. M W. Sims
will leave the first of tbe week for
Los Angeles. Mrs Ely has been the
guest of Mrs. J. H. Russell and Mrs.
Sims has visited her nephews, Messrs.
Charles and Lamar Davis and families.
Capt. F. A. Lee, who has been spend
ing the winter with his daughter, Mrs.
William E. Nix. of this cirr, has re
turned to his home in Silver City.
L. J. Ltchtenberger and Mrs. C L.
Felfaam, father and sister of Mrs. J. A.
Pickett, of this city, have arrived and
will make their homes in this city.
Mrs. James Vance wOl entertain on
Saturday afternoon at 2:30 oclock with
a bridge party at her home. 1519 Mon
tana street, in honor of Misses Claire
and- Florence Yancey. Mrs. Vance is
entertaining for the younger social set.
The Wednesday Bridge Whist dub
was entertained on Wednesday after
noon ty Mrs. L. J. Gilchrist. Only club
members were present The next meet
ing will be held at the home of Mrs.
Mrs. J. L. Esslingsr is entertaining
the members of the Thursday Bridge
club this afternoon.
Miss Karma Deane "will be the next
next hostess of the Aue&jon Bridge
til the beginning of a new measure or
until a time indicated, when he rejoins
El Pasoans Away
A. P. Coles left Thursday for St Louis,
where he will join Mrs. Coles and to
gether they will attend the inaugura
tion at Washington. From there they
will go to Panama for a visit to the
canal sone and will be away for the
remainder of the winter.
Frank Newnam. former deputy United
States marslisl here, left with his fam
ily for Sao Antonio Wednesday night.
Mr. Newnam was formerly chief of po
lice at San Antonio and was appointed
deputy marshal here by Burt McDowell,
the retiring marshal.
Mrs. R. R Stevens left Wednesday
for Los Angeles. CaL, where she will
visit with friends fo a few weeks.
You cannot buy
the genuine at a
connterf eit price
Neither can yon
get the genuine
with a counter
f eit name or
Insist on your
right, persist in
NEW SPRING OXFORDS
Regular 9JOO and 9So Values
215 EI Paso Street,
El Paso Book Co,
All Work Guaranteed.
.We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust Bldg. Phone 537.
James R. McGill, field secretary of
the Baptist Toong People's union of
Texas, will be here from Dallas Fridav
to speak at the Kast El Paso Baptist
church Friday evening.
The missionary societies f all the
churches are meeting this afternoon
with the national prayer service at the
mission home of the First Methodist
TIia wnnutn nf thA & 1a! uul. a .i.a
First Christian church are giving a
"colonial tea" this afternoon in the
basement of the church.
There will be an entertainment to
night at the Highland Park Baptist
church by the B. T. P. XJ. of that
church for all the members of the B
T. P. U. of the city. There will be
special music for the occasion and
James -R. McGill, field secretary of tht
B. T. P. U. work of the stftte. will
give an illustrated talk. This meeting
411 La fa. nnMnlvln. .H -La t t. r
U.'s of the city into a city union. Be-
inraowniD win ds serveo.
Dinners and Luncheon
Mrs. John H. Dean Is entertaining
today with an informal luncheon to
honor Mrs. T. L. Ely, of Los Angeles.
CaL. who Is the house guest in this
city of Mrs. J. H. RusselL
No- roofing paper like Conge. Lander
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Laurie Hardware Co 309 Mills St.
TJse Domestic Coke.
. Southwestern Fuel- Os.
213 If. STAMT0K ST.
Bell Phone 136.
I sidestep substi- ji
U tution, add say, k
S "Tip-Top only." 1,
M It is so good v
m irt mil a ?t' W
I worth insis- 1
1 tesce. 1
I Ten Dollars Reward I
will be paid for the arrest and M
1m convTction ot the crane of petty M
larceny of any person sfceaKnc
I MILK or CREAM from th
H places where oar drivers ksve
m same for oar customers. 9
I These thefts are particularly 9
prevalent at present o& Boole-
m vard, Montana, and adjacent 9
I EL PASO DAIRY CO. I