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Thursdav, Jane 4, 1911
-Men tiers of the Woman's guild of
the church of St. Mary (Episcopal) In
Cluhuahua. Mexico, who are sojourn
ing tn El Paso, will hold regular
rneetingrs of the guild while in this
. ir The first of these meetings was
hen! at the beginning of the week at
the home of Mrs. C. Burn. 319 1-2
Boulevard. Mrs. Philip Baber, the
vice president of the guild, was the
presiding officer at the meeting.
Among the officers and members pres
ent wore Mrs. Clara Burn, secretary:
Mrs Thomas Dale, treasurer. Miss
Lmily Lale. Mrs. Marion Letcher, lira.
J W. Sandborn. Mrs. F. a Cleaven
ger, Mrs. Robert Emmerson, Mrs.
ueorge Brlggs, Mrs. G. A. Camphuis,
Mrs A Baron and Mrs. A Wright. Mrs.
Roland Anderson was the special guest
of the meeting. She was one of the
first officers of the guild at the time
of its. organization In 1902, in Chihua
hua. Many of the KI Pasoans were at
one time connected with this guild,
cither as officers or members. Among
Eioe of these are Mrs. W. C. Ward.
Mrs. W. J. Seamon. Mrs. J. F. Boom.
Mrs R. M. Dudley and Mrs. Harry
Thomas. James W. Leigh ton, of El
I j.50 with Rev. Cabel Martin organized
the church in Chihuahua in 1901.
The Epworth league of the First
Mfthodist church met Wednesday
i-wrht at the heme of Miss Grace Mor
rfll,4S04 Dunn boulevard. Election of
officers for the ensuing year, and a
business meeting, was held. The of
ficers elected were: Miss Eva Weeks,
president: Kay Prltchett. first vice
Proper Thing Now Is to
Peel Off Soiled Skin
Those who ablwr sticky, Ereasy. shlnr.
streaked complexions should religiously
oi I creams, powaera ana nmsa uunns i
the heated days. There's no need for them, I
Eii)iU, since the virtses of mercollied war
h-ive become known. No amount of perspi
ration will produce any evidence m youve
been using the wax. As It Is applied at
belttme and washed off in the morning.
The complexion never looks like a make-up.
jlcrrolired wax gradually takes off a bad
romplexion. Instead of adding anything to
n-ke it worse. It has none of the disad
vantages o cosmetics and accomplishes
much more in keeping the complexion beaa
l'ully white, satiny and youthfut Just get
an ounce of it at your druggist's and seo
n at a few days' treatment will do. Use
1 Le told cream
Another effective summer treatment
boat tending to cause wrinkles and flabbl
n.. Is a tkln-tlghtener made by dissolv
ing 1 ox powdered eaxoHte in H Pt. vrlteh
hizci its ure as a face bath) leaves no
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SOCIAL CALENDAR. Hf
. Friday, Jnne 4.
Miss Edna Long entertains (
with a dance.
$ Miss Margaret Toung enter-
tains for Miss Glen Adams.
f Meeting of the W. C. T. IT., f
at the Lydia Patterson lnsti-
fr Mrs. Paul Glnther entertains f
4" at cards,
president: Miss Anna Mead, second vice
president: Miss Elizabeth Fry. fourth
vice president: Miss Lorna Appleton,
secretary, and A. Pekin, treasurer.
When the election and business had
been accomplished, the young people
spent the remainder of the evening
in games, relay races and other out of
door sports. Light refreshments were
served. Among those present were:
Mr& A. Morrell, Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Thomas, Misses Elizabeth Fry, Annie
Mead. Almira Mead, Eva Weeks, Jessie
Clopen, Lillian Maygew. Lorna Apple
ton, and Messrs. A. Pekin, Tom Lyons,
A. Hachbarth. A. Thompson. George
Lyons, Wllhard Lyons. Kay Prltchett,
A Paris. Glen Appleton and R. Cong
able. The general aid society of the First
Methodist church is planning a picnic
at the home of Mrs. M. L. Cadwallader.
at Rosedale farm, down the valley, for
Friday, June 12.
Mrs. Ross E. Bryan and Mrs. W. E.
Lambeth entertained the Woman's
Bible class of Trinity Methodist church
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Bryan, 150 Mundy avenue. Offi
cers were elected for the ensuing year
as fellow's! Robert Lander, teacher
of the class; Mrs. D. M. Smith, assist
ant teacher; Mrs. W. E. Lambeth, pres
ident; Mrs. R. T. Woods, vice presi
dent: Mrs. H. R. Grambllng, secretary
treasurer. Following the election and
transaction of necessary business, re
freshments of Ice cream and cake were
served. About 25 members were pres
Miss Glen Adams Tras the guest of
honor at a very pretty party given by
Miss Walker McClellan Wednesday
afternoon at her home in Golden HIIL
The house was decorated -with sweet
peas and green foliage.
Bridge was the amusement of the
afternoon and Mrs. Charles Davis won
the prize for the highest score, a ma
hogany Jewel case, and Mrs. R. B. Ho
man won the second prize, a green
satin parasoL When the games were
finished, dainty refreshments were
served. Miss Adams and her bridal
party were seated at a large central
table and the other guests at the in
dividual card tables. The honoree's
table was covered with a, handsome
lace cloth and decorated with white
sweet peas and white candles in crys
tal sticks. As a centerpiece was a
very large cotton boll just bursting,
and white satin streamers extended
from the chandelier above the table
to the table edge. Miss Emily Kemp,
who will be Miss Adams's maid of
honor, proposed a very clever little
toast to the bride's health, which was
drunk in a large loving cup, which was
passed around the table to all of the
U hen luncheon was over, the cotton
boll was discovered to be filled Kith
gifts of linen for the bride-to-be. Kach
guest was presented wttk a, pretty
satin sachet bag as asouvenlr of the
occasion. Some of the guests present
were: Mesdames W. K. Ramsey, C N.
Barney. W. W. Turney. Josephine Na
tions Morfit. w. N. Hensley jr, R. B.
Homan. U. 3. Stewart, Vance Stewart,
iSme"yance Lamar Davis, William
Walz, Charles Davie, C. H. Ladd, J. B.
Farrar, W. L. Tooley. J. F. Williams
and W. H. Burges: Misses Emily
Kemp, Martha Thurmond, Frances
Mayfield, Margaret Young, Annett
Schmitt. Ruth McCurdy. Alice Wulff.
Estelle Berrien. Hilda Saner, Anne Lee
Gaines, and others. Miss McClellen
was assisted In entertaining by her
mother, Mrs. Thomas McClellan, and
her guest. Miss Annett Schmitt.
W Atlanta, Ga. Br
Mrs. J. M. Lewis entertained with
a morning bridge party Wednesday
at ber home In the Virginia apart
ments. Cards were played from 10 to
1-, and then a dainty luncheon was
enjoyed. The rooms were fragrant
with quantities of pink June roses ar
ranged tastefully in baskets and vases.
Mrs. T. M. Waller was the winner of
the first prize, a hand painted dream
cap, and Mrs. Harry Bailey won the
second prise, a Japanese tray. The
consolation prize was cut for, and fell
to Mrs. IL M. SpinellL Among the
guests present were Mesdames Nor
wood Hall. T. M. Waller, D. Baker
Smith. Frank Spence, Frank McUon
nell. Maude Deane. Arthur Fullan. C.
C. McDonald. R. B. Homan. Ed Miller.
Claude Hudspeth, W. L. Foxworth. Vin
cent Andreas. George Brans, Harry
Bailey, H. Schaffer. Will R. Schutz,
1. H. Bradley Jr.. E. M. Whitaker. H.
M Spinelll, W. C. Raum. Misses Mabel
Mason, Kate Lewis. Jess Denton and
Miss Hattie Mae Loretz entertained
the Beta Beta club and several other
of her friends Wednesday afternoon
at her home in Manhattan Heights.
Auction bridge was the amusement of
the afternoon and the prizes were won
by Miss Theo Patterson and Mrs. W.
R. Schutz. Wild daisies and white
carnations attractively decorated the
rooms. Following the card games,
a two course luncheon was served.
Miss Sue Lattner will entertain the
club next week. Among those pres
ent were Mesdames E. P. Rankin jr.,
R. W. McCandless, J. C. White, T. J.
Stafford. George Franklin, H. P.
Vaughan. Charles H. Brown and Will
R. Schutz. Misses Anna Sorenson, Sue
Lattner. Leona Black. Meta Ormsbee,
Kate Stoker, Luclle Smith. Lauramaud
Fink, Wilraa Elliott Madge Brick.
Hilda Connolly, Theo Patterson, Hilda
Sorenson, Mary Alice Jones.
Miss Mayme Clark and Frank M.
Lynch were married Wednesday night
by Rev. J. F. Williams, in the First
Baptist church. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark.
Mr. Lynch, is assistant cashier at the
El Paso Bank and Trust company. The
bride wore a neat traveling suit of
Robin's egg blue, bengaline silk, with
a lace bodice. With it she wore
a Charlotte Corday hat, trimmed in
blue with velvet ana ostrich tips of the
same shade as the suit. Her baquet
was of American Beauty roses. Her
father, upon whose arm she entered
the church, was her only attendant.
Lee IL Crews was best man for Mr.
Lynch. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs.
E. W. Earl played a number of organ
selections, "The Intermesso from Cav
aleria Rustlcana:" Cantlenta," by R.
Huntington Woodman, and Dvorks
"Humoresque." Parvin Witte sang
"Because," by Gui de Hardelot. and
Frank Cheek sang "All Mine." by Phil
lips. For the entrance and exit of the
bridal party. Mrs. Earl played the wed
ding marches from "Lohengrin" and
"Midsummer Ni&ht's Dream." An in
formal reception was held in the
church twrlors. after which Mr. and
Mrs. Lynch left lor San Diego, Calif,
by way of the Grand canyon, for a
Miss Mary Mahsn. of Tucson. Ariz..
as united in marriage to M. D. Can
dy, of El 1-BSO, Tuesday, at the home of
the groom's sister. Mrs. Bush Henry,
Sll Poplar street. The ceremony was
periormea oy Kev. J. r. uiiieue ana
was witnessed by relatives and a few
intimate friends of the contracting par
ties. The house was prettily decorated
In sweet peas and ferns and appropriate
music was rendered by Miss Pearl Tltt
msn. Mr. and Mrs. Gandy will Jive in
The W. C T. C. will meet Friday
afternoon at " ocloik at the Lydla
Patterson Bible institute.
El Pasoans Aisay
.. i .... nnmwv will leave Sun
day for Kansas City and other st
ern points, where she will spend the
Mrs. John F Weeks and daughters.
M. Ann?" Weeks and Miss Mary
Weeks, left El Paso Thursday for
Cloudcroft. where they will ?
summer, occupying one of the Springer
cottages. Judge Weeks will join his
Mrs. A. Rosen has) gone to Los An
geles to spend the summer.
Mrs. A. Bonnett has gone to Los
Angeles, where she will remain dur
ing the summer season.
Mrs. M. E. Sweeney. Mrs. J. U.
Sweeney. George Sweeney and Miss
Sweeney have gone to Los Angeles for
Mrs. C. K. Murphy left for Seattle.
Mrs. Ben Levy and family have gone
to Lob Anegeles, where they will spend
Mrs. W. N. Small has gone to Min
neapolis to visit her daughter. Miss
Sally Small, who is In school, and Mrs.
Maurice L Flagg. She will be away
must of the summer.
Mrs. M. A. Marshall has gone to Den
Mrs. J. D. Love, with her children
and nurse, have gone to Cloudcroft, Is.
M-. where they will occupy "Summer
Home" cottage during the summer.
Miss Lavert Chamberlin nas gone to
Cloudcroft, N. M.. to be the guest of
Miss Julia Pool at the Porcher cottage
during the month of June.
Mrs. W. R. Blair and baby are spend
ing the summer near Mountain Park,
N. M. Her sister. Miss Mary Holt, will
go within a few weeKs and spend a
month or so with -them.
Mlss Ivander Mclver has gone to Cali
fornia, where she will remain until
school begins next fall.
Mrs. Alice Morris and children have
gone to Cloudcroft, N. M., for the sum
mer. J. E. Van Rheim has gone to Water
loo. Iowa, for a short trip.
Miss Olga Tafel left El Paso Wednes
day for Chicago. New York and "W elles
ley, Massachusetts, where she will at
tend the graduation of her youngest
Mrs. G. L Harris has gone to Wash
ington. D. C, to spend the summer
Mrs. W. S Tilton will go to Cloud
cioft for the summer Friday. Her
guests will be Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.
True, of Denver. Colo , who are former
residents of El Paso.
About El Pasoans
Miss K. V. craig, ao has success
fully taught in the El Paso city
schools for the past seven ears, has
been elected to teach in Austin, her
home, with an imrease of salar. Mtss
Craig received her training for the
primary work at the University of
Chicago, and is said to be one of the
best primary teachers of the state.
Sunday's Washington Post printed a
two column picture of Mies Marion
Young, of El Paso, who has been spend
ing the spring in Washington. Under
the picture is the following: "Miss
Young has been one of the most charm
ins visitors to the national capital dur
ing ibe spring teason She has been
much adzoired for her beauty and
Mrs. J. A. Buckler Is confined to her
room with two sprained ankles, as the
result of an accident which occurred
Lodges and Clubs
Officers of El Paso lodge No. S9.
Fraternal Brotherhood, were elected
at a meeting of the lodge held Wed- j
ntsaay mgni. timer van .-.mien wis
elected president; X. B. LaRock. vice
president: Mrs. M. C. Hemple. secre
tary, Mrs. Annie Brubaker, chaplain,
Tom Tomsend, sergeant at arms, Mrs.
Ruby Van Nattan. master at arms,
Mrs. Sophia LaRock, I. D. I-C; Mrs.
Kate Murtle, O. D. K-: Mrs. Flora
Graves and Mrs. Julia Sharp, finance
auditors: Mrs. Nellie Geiger and Mrs.
Jennie Tyra, trustees: Miss Esther
Figueria, musician. lr. Jda Bishop
and Dr. C. F. Braden, lodge physicians,
and Mrs. Rosalie Ashley, treasurer, re
main In office until the January 1 elec
tion. Oaf Of Town Visitors
K. M. BroA-.i. of Wharton. Tex., is !
tt.t.. J. kl L V,ut.n nrtA A41 f
Josephine Woo ten. at their home on
Rio Grande street. Mr. Brown is an
old friend of the family, and is a well
known attornej of Kast Texas. Mrs.
Wooten and her daughter expect
to have for their guests next week
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Cllne and their
children, from Wharton, Texas.
Mrs. X. P. Rogers, who had been vis
iting Mrs. Guy L. Warren for the paat
few months, has returned to Long
Beach, Calif. Later she will return
to KI Paso and will make her home
L. M. Lawson, project engineer of
the reclamation service motored to
Elephant Butte dam Tuesday, return
ing Wednesday, lie had as his guests
R. T. Surges. Miss Jane Burges, Miss
Helen Stewart, II. D. Slater. Mrs.
Slater, and assistant engineer Sho
binger The roads -were heavy going
up. owing to the recent rains, but In
fine condition on the return trip. Tho
party was delightfully entertained at
Elephant Butte by Mr. Lawson. and
was accompanied upon the works by
B. H Baldwin, engineer of construc
tion, who most courteously explained
the details of the construction opera
El Pasoans Returning j
aiii Llizabeta Simmons has re
turned from Austin, where she recently
graduated with honors from the Whitis
school. She is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. Simmon1,, of Santa.
Rosalia, Mex, who are now living at
the Sheldon. Miss Simmons will spend
the summer with her parents.
Miss Edna Long will entertain a
k. Ae haw vmlntr rHnil4 Yplth a
dance at her home on Ange street, Fri-
OVETt see ARB ATTi:DrG
SILVER CITY SIM31EU NORMAL
Silver City, N. M, June 4 The sum
mer school of the New Mexico state
normal evened this week with an en
rolment of over SO0, the largest In
the last time In "Tess of the torms
the history of the summer school.
Every county In the state Is repre
sented Dr. C. M Light is conductor
of the institute, and is assisted by
prof Rodgers and Prof. Brownlee,
Misses Forsythe, Calkins and Bckles
of the "regular staff; Mrs. Bnloe, super
Inter dents George, of Alamogordo:
I.ugeblhl of Hagerman: Sweeney of
Ban Juan Will of Nara ' Visa. Miss
Prater of Ki Paso. C S. Cramer of
i.tii.i.(r ip.i VC J Gallowav of ivinta
lie ..i r- 11 lition there will be others I
tc-t Hir r? e s-;)ct '
For Muddy Complexion Proper
and Frequent Bathing Needed
FOR the adolescent girl proper and
frequent bathing is most impor
tant. If the complexion is muddy
and inclined to eruptions, I advise
stimulating baths, such as cold shower
bath, a cold plunge or a salt towel
rub. I prefer the shower bath, but. If
that is not possible, a plunge into a
tub of cold -water and a rub down with
a coarse towel will answer. Any
healthy girl is the better for a cold
bath daily, and after a few atempts
will enjoy the sensation. It should
be omitted, however during any pass
ing illness or if there is any tendency
towards a chill or if the heart Is known
to be weak. It can be replaced by the
To do this get common sea salt pur
chased at any druggist's and make a
strong brine in the bottom of the tub:
let two thick Turkish towels soak in
this for fifteen mftiutes. Then, without
wringing, hang them up over the tub
apa let them drip and become thor
oughly dry. Use these for a vigor
ous body rub every morning. Two
towels will last a week.
AVnrm Baths Are Necessary.
Remember that a cold spray or
plunge does not constitute a cleansing
bath. The warm bath with soap should
be taken at night before going to bed.
or. if it is not possible to have the bath
room twice a day. the body should be
thoroughly washed at this time. This
bath should take only a few minutes
if taken in the tub; there is no advan
FOR FIRE STATION
The city will be asked to establish
a fire station in Alta Vista and to
grade Copia street from Alameda
through to Bliss street. This was de
cided at a meeting of the Alta Vista
Improvement club, which was held at
the Alta Vista school house Wednes
X S. Corbin, president of the club,
presided and appointed David Mc
Knight, J. C. White. A. H. Anderson
and Dr. G. N Thomas as a committee
to go with him to see mayor Kelly
about having a fire station located In
the northeast El Paso suburb. No site
has been approved by the club as this
will be left to the city and the fire
The need for a through street to be
graded was emphasized at the meeting
and Copla street was selected to be
graded and paved with macadam from
Alameda to Bliss street
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Cultivate the Habit of Thrift
The American Bankers' Association has inaugurated a campaign for the
purpose of encouraging the people to habits of thrift. The bai.ks of
every state In the union ha-.e been asked to take up the work. It is a
regretable fact that people are saving practically nothing. If every man
and woman who has an income will deposit 50 cents a week In the bank,
it will Impose no hardships, on the contrary, the habit will soon become
There is no one thing which will contribute so much to the character
aad. welfare of a people as habits of thrift Teach jour children, there
fore, the value of money, and encourage them to become Independent
when they are grown. Come to this bank and open an account; we will
do everything we can to assist you.
$1.00 starts an account. We Pay 4 on Savings
BanK c Trust Co.
Lee H. Orndorff. President
IL P. Jackson. Vice-President
C. H. Jones. Vice-President
F. M. Murchlson. Vice-President
Hal K. Christie. Cashier
:o NORTH ORBGOy ST.
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High Grade Seed, Grain
tage in remaining in hot. soapy
water, on the contrary, it may have a
weakening effect. Be sure that soap
is well rinsed from the body.
Hew t Han tali Rlnefcheads.
If blackheads are present a special
face treatment is necessary. Before go
ing to bed bathe the face thoroughly
with warm, almost hot water ?nd ap
ply a thick coating of blackhead cream.
In the morning remove the cream with
warm water and with a blackhead ex
tractor press out the blackheads that
are the most conspicuous. Remove
only a few at a time and those not
too near together, for I do not wish
you to irritate the skin. Then apply a
little peroxide of hydrogen and pro
tect the face during the day with 'a
little pure face powder. Repeat this
operation every night while the black
heads last, unless the skin becomes ir
ritated; in which case confine it to al
If you do not wish to use a black
head cream, try the salt face rub. I do
not advise) this when pimples are pres
ent, but it will often remove black
heads and will whiten and clear a
thick, dull complexion. Take coarse
table salt in the two hands, wet it and
wash the face with it as if it were a
lather of soap and water, and rinse
with cold water. Twice a week Is suf
ficient for this treatment.
MAYFIELD & SHAW
GET FORT CONTRACT
Mayfield A Shaw, builders of big
ger Fort Bliss, were the lowest bid
ders for the construction, plumbing,
heating and wiring of s additional
non commission ftd aof fleers' quarters at
Fort Bliss. The bids announced by
Capt William E. Hunt, depot and con
struction quartermaster, show that
Mayfield and Shaw submitted the low
est bid of J3039 for the work. The
other bids were: Boudeaux Bros. El
Paso. $3100. J. W. Jackson, XI Paso.
Sittt.10. Stanley Bevan, El Paso,
$1413.87. J. P. Clark & Cow Bl Paso,
(tor plumbing only) JiS. Xatlonal
Telegraphone company. El Paso (wir
ing only) I1ST.74.
LOTS SOLD IV ALFALFA
ADDITION! FIKM MOVES
Henry L. Adams. L. A. Fall and Rob
ert Trumble are among resent pur
chasers of property 1 nthenewly openod
Alfalfa subdivision, as reported by the
Tobin Real Estate company. The To
bln companv has recently moved its
offices from the Morgan arcade to
larger quarters at 103 Main street.
Sol I. Berg Lm H. Oradorff
R. M. Dudley H. W. Peacock
H. P. Jackson Hy. flagasiiiiin
a X. Jones. a iTlMM
r. M. Mnrchison Dr. James Vance
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I. can do my work
and for the last eigh t
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Dangfcter Helped. Also.
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school and was a nervous wreck, and
could not sleep nights. Now she looks
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"Why will women continus to gaffer
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Auto Baggage Trucks. Night and
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