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L PASO HERALD
Monday, December 8, 1913
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Out Of Town Visitors
i i i o-ter, editor of the JLas Cruces
I' 'ublican, drove down Saturday, en
it . f to Ohio, where he was called by
t ic.raph, because of the illness of a
V, iiiiam Moeller in his Autocar drove
t- f-abens Sunday. With him -were
1 ' ,ican Campbell, Kenneth DeLacy,
:i3 Moeller, Millie Moeller and "Wer
"" V Mayfield In his Buick car drove
2 f.i'-ty to Fabens for dinner at the
I iand Inn" Sunday. His suests were
11 -5 Carrie Race. Miss Lucille Daniels
arji Harry Lackland.
Mr and Mrs. J. F. Knox had Mr. and
"Mr Harry Piatt with them Sunday in
th- r Studebaker car. Accompanying
iiiem were Mr. and Mrs. H. F. MeKen-
p in teir CaWHac 45. The Mirty went
Vjnling out on the Alamogordo road,
1 i end Mount Frankliri.
A- P Coles and J. F. Coles, in the
Jattf r's Overland M5." motored Sunday
x.p 10 Canutillo.
"Tr and Mrs. Otis Coles, Mr. and Mrs.
T .gar Fewel, Billy Fewel Coles, Otis
les, jr, and Catherine Hunt Coles
wiit up beyond Canutillo in the Cole's
i nalmers car.
Harry Henderson In his National car
took a party of young people over to
Juarez Sunday. In his oar were Miss
RtUa Lattner, Miss Marie Sahwartz
ard A Davidson.
"P M Filler and Jim Paul. In the
f rroer s Ford car, spent Sunday down
G A Martin and wife went down to
The Island" Sunday in their Chal
mers to shoot birds and rabbits.
Tom Newman, A. H. Bodes, H. B.
Hardy and Harry R&mey motored out
to the Hueco Taints Saturday in Mr.
Newman's Chalmers car.
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Mr and Mrs. "K. R. Schutz in their
Fc-d 20 spent Sunday, motoring about
1 1 Paso.
Judge Adrian Pool, mayor C. E. Kel
li Lamar Davis and Frank Tobin mo
t red to the Pool ranch, up the valley,
Saturday and spent Sunday hunting.
Tbev made the trip in judge Pools
I ' rd car and Lamar Davis's National
5I-s C. E. Kelly and her famlily. in
th'ir Cadillac car, motored to Tsleta
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Bischeff. in their
Jtaxwell car. motored to Tsleta Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. McKee as their
Mr and Mrs. W. L Foxworth mo
tored to Tsleta Sunday in their Cadillac
car. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Teague, Of Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gil breath motored
to Tsleta in their Ford car Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dick, in their
Hudson car, drove up the valley above
Canutillo Sunday. Their guests were
Mr and Mrs. GeocgeJJeBfijgpa.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. WUMams drove to
Fabens Sunday in their Oakland car.
Arthur E. Schuster and Miss Martha
Thurmond motored to Yaleta Sunday in
Schuster's Chalmers 30 car.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Nef- in their .Jleo
the Fifth car, motored Saturday to the
ranch of "W. B. Latta, below Clint,
where they spent the weekend.
Mr and Mrs. L. E. Booker motored to
the Valley Inn on Sunday and enjoyed
MISS KALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345, night.
SOCIAL CALENDAR- -
Complimentary musical by -C
ausses walker McClellan and
Ruth McCurdy at First Chris
tian church, 9 oclock p. m.
The week-end dance at the Country
club on Saturday night was well at
tended and was enjoyed by the fol
lowing: Mr. and Mrs. TJ. S. Stewart, Mr. and
Mrs. Horace W. Broaddus, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. "W. K.
Marr, Mr. and Mrs. "W. T. Htxson, Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. McClintock, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Krakauer, Dr. and Mrs. L.
G. "Witherspoon. Mr. and Mrs. Victor E.
Raggio. Mr. and Mrs Vance Stewart,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lathrop. Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Ladd, judge -and Mrs. tV. A,
Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Race, Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Stafford. Dr. and Mrs.
M. O. Writrht. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hurd.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pomeroy, major
and Mrs. John S. Winn, captain ana
Mrs. Aubrey Llppincott, captain, and
Mrs. R. S, Fitch, lieutenant and Mrs.
J. K. Brown, lieutenant and Mrs. How
ard Smalley; Mesdames Tsabel Flato.
Caroline Payne Harris, S. Johnson, E.
Sinks; Misses Lemire Nebeker, Glen
Adams, Anna Shelton, Elizabeth Hud
son, Helen Winn. Ruth McCurdy, Luclle
Daniels, Ruby Ston- Emily Kemp. Hil
da Sauer, Virginia Semple, Harriet
Ellis, Else Kohlberg. Xannie Lackland;
Messrs. A. L. Cox, W. H. Tuttle, Geo.
Morrison, Gunther Lessing, H. D. Sla
ter, Ted Davis, Allen Grambllng, Dex
ter Mapel, W. H. Beall. C. A. Beers,
Robert Holliday, Gist Russell. Geo.
Shannon, E. L. Tinker. Dr. Branch
Craige, Chas. Bassett, Talbot Hill. J.
Kilpatrick, F. Fuelle. Dr. Charles Bull,
jr W. H. Austin. James Curtis, Geo.
Seneff. captains G. C. Earnhardt, war
ren Dean, lieutenants Chas. Hall, R. V.
Cramer. A. D. Surles, D. H. Scott, Dr.
John Sherwood, S. D. Smith.
The Sunshine society of El Paso, a
branch of the International Sunshine
society, will give a play at the El Paso
theater on the night of December 20.
The cast was selected Saturday. The
play given will be "The Social High
wayman," and the cast will be home
talent. Beautiful stage scenery and
costumes will be used in the produc
tion. There will be a general meeting of
the Woman's Charity association Tues
day morning, at 10 oelock at the cham
ber of commerce. This will be an im
portant meeting, as an election of of
ficers will be held.
This afternoon the Daughters of the
American Revolution are holding a
meeting at the Elks' club. After the
business session a program will be
The Woman's Rescue association of
El Paso met on Saturday afternoon at
3 oclock at the T. W. C. A. rooms. The
meeting was In charge of Mrs. C F.
Elliott, second vice president. Election
of officers for the ensuing year wa3
held which resuled as follows: Mrs.
Carl Smith, president: Mrs. C F. El
liott, first Tice president: Mrs. Rue
Jackson, second vice president; Mrs. B.
E. WIddas, third vice president; Miss
Kate Fink secretary; Mrs. Rue Jack
son, treasurer: Mrs. Olga Kohlberg,
auditor. F. C. Standish, of the labor
unions, was present and assured the
women that all of the unions were in
sympathy with them in their project
of building a home for homeless girls
in Highland Park. He stated that the
Sheet Metal union had already set
aside a sum for the home. The new
president appointed a committee of
four, Mrs. Lilly E. Pitt, Mrs. J. A. Pot
ter. Mrs. B. E. Widdas and Mrs. C F.
Elliott, to appear before the Central
Union tonight, when the matter of
erecting the new home' will be further,
discussed. It was also decided to or
ganize a 25 cent league. Mrs. Elliott
has taken charsre of this and it is
hoped, that everyone will be interested
in xne paoject suiiicienuy io cuniriu
ute that amount.
Mrs. Charles T. Beresford, who has
been here with her little son, John
Charles Beresford, visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. William Littell. of 708
North Kansas street, returned to her
home in Los Angeles on Sunday.
'H. A. True, an old time El Pasoan,
expects to visit this city in the near fu
ture. Mr. True first saw El Paso in
18S0, before any railroad had reached
the city. He rode on a Santa Fe con
struction train from Rincon to Dom
ing, then took a Southern Pacific con
struction train for a few miles thi3
way, and came in on a wagon.
Col. Wm. E Harvey, of Washington,
D. C, commanding the second regi
ment, D. C. X. G.. is at the Paso del
Norte for a few days. v Col. Harvey is
a prominent lawyer of Washington,
with business largely in the court of
claims, and he is doing a little investi
gating on his own account into the
Mexican situation. He is an old friend
of Col. Garrard, whom he knew at
Fort Myer. Col. Harvey has a record
of neary 25 years service in the Na
tional Guard, and is an enthusiast upon
JAPAN MAY REDUCE
DUTIES FOR U. S.
Dinners and Luncheons
On December 13 the Sunshine society
in connection with the T. W. C. A.,
will have an enchilada supper on Mesa
avenue near Nations.
Mrs. Bertha Congdon Stough will
give a "Studio Tea," the first of a ser
ies, on December 20 for Misses Stella
Treadwell and Harriett Burr, of Elgin.
I1L, at Mrs. Stough's apartments, -406
West Boulevard. Miss Treadwell will
sing between the hours of 4 and 5
oclock and her friends will be guests.
Major Robert E. L. MIchie enter
tained delightfully at dinner at the
Hotel Paso del Norte on Sunday night.
His guests were: major and Mrs.
Charles D. Rhodesv loth cavalry; Miss
Baird: general Hugh L. Scott, colonel
Fred Perkins, 20th infantry; captain J.
W. Craig, 12th cavalry; captain John
Long, 12th cavalry: captain H. N.
Cootes, 13th cavalry: captain H. D.
Scott, aid to general Scott.
W. R. Dorris entertained Misses
Chloe Baumgartner and Corse Hooper
at luncheqn at the Valley Inn on Sun
Conference May ItnBlt In Cut in nates
on California Fruit. WJncs nnd
Lumber; Reciprocity Expected.
Tokio. Jaoan. Dec. 8. Negotiations
are under way between the Japanese
fnreien office and Thomas Samzuons,
United states consul general at io; Ob0
hama. for an informal undprstandingx - -1
whereby Pacific coast products may
be introduced into Japan in large
quantities as the result of a proposed
lowering of Japan's tariff. These ne
gotiations are closely allied with the
study by both countries of the opening
of the Panama cahal on commerce. If
Japan accords reductions to Pacific
eoast products, especially in canned
goods, Californian wines, nuts, dried
fruits, wheat, flour and lumber, Japan
will expect some sort of reciprocal
treatment. For instance, Japanese
merchants are specially desirous of
obtaining more favorable schedules
fiom the United States on silk fab
rics, and it wa understood here that
the new tariff bill provjdfd for some
An enlarged market for American
goods will be found in Korea after the
canal's opening in consequence of the
lower freights and quicker delivery.
The importation would include Ameri
can machinery for mines and railways,
stpel for bridces. automobiles, cotton
rmanufactures and rice from Texas and
Louisiana. Despite the enormous rice
crop in Japan, the harvest is not suf
ficient to feed its population, and im
portation is necessary.
Pass Cavallo to Porto Lavaca, $5000;
PnH- Aransas S?ftft oftfl: channel. Port
Aransas to Corpus Christi, $15,000; , Sa-bine-Neches
canal, sections A and C I
$83,000; section B, $43,500; Sabine Pass
harbor and Port Arthur canal, $550,000,
Trinity riveR open channel work, $15,- t
000; lock and dam No. 7, $15,000; Hur- i
ricane Shoals lock and dam. $80,000; '
White Rock Shoals lock and dam, $45,
000; Cypress Bayou, $6000; Red river,
from Fulton, Ark, to Denison, $25,-
IF KIDNEYS AND
Take a slass of Salts to flash, out your
Kidneys and neutralize Irri
About El Pasoana
"The All "Won Manicure Buffer." A
complete manicuring dtatfit contained
in an attractive bnffer. A unique and
out of the ordinary gift. Also combs,
barrettes and pins for Christmas. La
Mode Beauty Shop, 163 ' Mesa Ave.
Phone 1332. Advertisement.
BTrs. Frances Roblee entertained the
Sunset division of the First Presby
terian church recently at her home, on
North El Paso street, with a "silver
The Womans Bible class of Trinity
Methodist church met with Mrs. Dennie
Hurley recently In a business and so
cial meeting. Quite a large number
were present. The officers elected
were: President. Mrs. T. C. Turk; vice
president Mrs. A. G. Smith; secretary,
Mrs. W- H. Lark; treasurer. Mrs. E. L.
Guerry. Robert Lander was selected
teacher and Mrs. G. L. Jones selected
assistant teacher. The hostess, assisted
by Louis Jones, served sandwiches and
Dr. C M. Hendricks and party haTe
returned from a week's hunting trip
in the mountains near Deming, N. M.
In the party were Mrs. Hendricks and
family, D. C. Hendricks, the doctor's
father, and Miss Laura Hendricks. The
party visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Clawson during the trip.
Mrs. Ciawson is Dr. Hendrick's sister.
The big Buick touring car owned by
the doctor carried the party to the
hunting grounds and back from El
Dr. J. A. Pickett returned on Sunday
from Washington. D. C, where he went
with the remains of his aunt, who re
cently died in .this city.
A pleasant surprise party was given
Mrs. J. W. Anderson at her home, 1316
North Kansas street, Wednesday af
ternoon by some of the Fhilathea class
of Trinity Methodist church. An odd
feature of the' affair was the dainty
refreshments brought by the guests,
"which were served in picnic fashion,
with much merriment. Those present
were: Mesdames George B. Oliver,
Walter Tantis, C S. Anderson, J. W.
Anderson; Misses Jay Mitchell, Vera
Ballard, Rean Shea, Juanita Smith,
Sella Robinson, Katherine Peak, New
ell Compton, Drury Sharp, Juliet Win
go. Irene and Estelle Ferguson, Lula
Ilfrey and Louise Hopper, and little
Francis and Robert Oliver.
Miss Isabel Seamon will entertain
Thursday night with a mask party at
her home, on Upson avenue. !
Mrs. Josephine Nations Morfit was
the hostess, on, Sunday afternoon of a
riovel and thoroughly ' delightful
amusement in the way of a "trolley
party." The guests met at the Hotel
Paso del Norte and enjoyed a ride on a
SDeelal interurban car to th Vallev
T Inn. The living room of the Inn was
beautifully decorated for the occasion
in quantities of mistletoe. Small tea
tables. covered with embroidered
cloths, held small vases which in turn
were decorative with the mistletoe. At
five oclock candles in Colonial candle
sticks were lighted -&nd refreshments
of tea, fruit and pound cake and
toast were served. Small tables were
also placed in the patio and were dec
orated with pumpkins which were
hollowed out and filled with the
mistletoe. Dancing or the one step
was the amusemeaffor the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton J. Tuttle have
completed their new bungalow, at 1532
Mundy avenue, and have moved Into
.JZ. J4 Jt
Mrs. H. L. Witt, 'of 1S05 Main street,
Lynchburg, Va., mother of Mrs. E. L.
Harris, of 1003 Wyoming street. El
Paso, is criticallv ill at her home in
Lynchburg. Mrs. Witt has visited here
and has many friends in this city.
9t -5r 4f
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stewart have
taken an apartment in the Nagley, on
ANNA GOULD REDEEMS
A DUKE'S WARDROBE
' Paris, France, Dec. 8. Paris money
lenders h.ve enjoyed a hearty laugh
over the easy manner in wliich the
duchess de Tallyrand, formerly Anna
Gould, of New Tork was mulcted out
of $4,000 by one of their number. The
duke de Tallyrand, who married the
country Vnxa after she rai divorced
Daily Fashion Hints
El Pasoana Away
Judge Leigh Clark has gone to Aus
tin, Texas, on a business trip.
Judge J. M. Goggin has gone to east
Texas, where he will spend several
J. Odd Hamilton has left for Albu
querque and different points in New
DICnESS DE TALLYRAND.
count Bonl de . Castellanne, was in
debt, it seems, to the extent of $4,000.
The money-lender caused a ballff
to seize 57 articles of the duke's ward
tobe. and then plastered the aristo
cratic sections of Paris with posters
announcing an auction sale of the
duke's effects. The duchess lost lltle
time in redeeming the duke s clothes
by paying the $4,000.
RIVERS AND HARBORS
Chief Engineer of Army Cut the Prob
able Co"it $0,634,994; Texas Rivers
and Harbors Provided For.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 8. For river
and harbor improvements during the
fiscal year 1915, the chief engineer of
the army in his annual report submit
ted to the secretary of war today, es
timates that $41,483,895 will be needed
for 261 river and harbor projects. This
is $9,634,994 less than the amount ap
propriated By" congress for the work in
For Texas rivers and harbors, the 1
following estimates are made:
Galveston channel, $100,000; channel
of Galveston harbor to Texas City,
$900,000; channel to Port Bolivar, $25,
000; Houston ship channel, $400,000;
West Galveston bay channel, etc., $25,
000; Galveston and Brazos river canal,
$15,000; channel, Brazos river to Mata
gorda bay, $25,000; channel, Aransas
Pass to Pass Cavallo, $30,090; river
section to Victoria, $15,000; Turtle Cove
channel between Aransas Pass and
Corpus Christi, $85,000; Brazos river,
mouth, $26,000; Velasco to Old Wash
ington to Waco, improving locks and
dams Nos. 3 and 6, $200,000; channel.
Kidney and Bladder weaKness re
sult from uric acid, says a noted au
thority. The kidneys filter this acid
from the blood and pass it on to the
bladder, where it often remains to irri
tate and inflame, causing a burning,
scalding sensation, or setting up an
irritation at the neck of the bladder,
obliging you to seek relief two or
three times during the night The
sufferer is in constant dread, the
water passes sometimes with a scald
ing sensation and is very profuse;
again, there is difficulty in avoiding
Bladder weakness, most folks call It,
because they can't control urination.
While it is extremely annoying and
sometimes very painful, this is really
one of the most simple ailments to
overcome. Get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from your pharmacist and
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast, continue this
for two or three days. This will neu
tralize the acids in the urine so it no
longer is a source of Irritation to the
bladder and urinary organs which
then act normally again.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithla,
and is used by thousands of folks who
are subject to urinary disorders caused
by uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is
splendid for kidneys and causes no
bad effects whatever.
Here you have a pleasant, efferves
cent lithia-water drink, which quickly
relieves bladder trouDie. Advertisement
Pure Rich Milk
Look for the
Red Neck Bottle
When a grocer returns
a dissatisfied customer's
money, she keeps what is
left of the goods.
You see why, don't
you? We can t use a bn
ge or goods;
her to have it She'll
find-out her mistake.
The goods are good;j
they are the best sales
men we've got
Schilling! Best m jocrfint de2a!Uea of Bonerbxcx,'
A Schilling & Company San Francises
largest Stock in the Southwest.
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EL PASO TEW
312 S. El Paso St
H. J. COLLINS. Mgr.
We Perfect Remove Correct
Unshapely Noses; Outstanding
Ears, Drooping Eyelid Hollow
Cheeks. Baggy Skin.
?lmples and Blackheads, Wrinkle
and Scars. Smallpox Pitting!,
"Warts, and Moles, Freckles, Su
perfluous Hair. Birth WarkB.
Frowns and Furrows, Enlarged
Pores. Donbls Chin, Sallow Skin,
GRACE A. BENSOX
Face Specialist of Chleag
Boom 303 Herald Buildisjr
EI Paso, Tex.
We Need the Money
$25.00 Suits for
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The $15 Clothes Shop
HARRIS ZRUPP, Prop.
107 San Antonio St.
Dress "Well At
21 S San Antonio St.
Sole Agents for W. L. Douglas Union
. Made Shoes.
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CLEAN MILK-PURE MILK
Bottled In the counter t our
dairy Thre It la produced.
The milk Is offered to the con
sumer with the knowledge that
It fulfils every ethical and scien
tific demand that may be mads
on a milk supply.
It represents the cumulative re
sult of over a auarter of a cen
tury spent In promotion of mils
hygiene. It is the result of over
:S years of ceaseless effort In the
production of CIiEAIf MILK, a
life of endeavor In which the BT.
PASO DAIRT CO. waa tha pio
neer and haa always been the
Every drop of milk come from
a dairy that is a model of san
itation and system. Clean barns,
healthy cows, sanitary dairying
methods, pure, wholesome milk,
plus the safeguards of conscien
tious men who are expert la
CLEAK arttK POKE 1SIUK.
That's the -whole rtory- they
can be nothing- better.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
"Sot How Cheap But How Good"
, AXTOJTIO ST.
Scientific Dry Cleaning"
E! Paso Laundry
Cleaning Department Phone 6379.
The bodice is a blouson, "V"
shaped in front and developed in an
cif nt lace
A small Medici collar is gathered up
at ih i back and the sleeves finished at
the elbow, show a wide turned down
BY LA. JtACOATElSE.
of "orange" cuff. The small, mancheron is of plain
A high girdle of Turtuoise faille en
circles the waist, fastened bv a huge
rose in the light rose color. The short
tunic is also of ancient lace. The skirt,
plain and round, js slightly tightened
at the knees.
Christmas Rates To Ail Points In the Southeast-On Sale December 20-21-22, Limit January 18
Come In and Let Us Show You the Schedule of This New Train. City Ticket Office 206 North Oregon Street
COTTON ADDITION LOTS
Best Buy in Ei Paso
A. P. COLES & BROS, Agts
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At Low Ren: Prices. '
Young Furniture Company
CASH OR CREDIT.
307 S. El Paso St.
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