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EL PASO HERALD
"Week-End Edition, September 19-20, 1914: 3 B
About El Pasoans. J El Pasoans Returning.
Mr and Mrs. T. M. iliilican are the I Dr. R. Miller haf returned from
Dr. H Miller
parents of twine, a boy and. girl, born I Columbus, where
Sundav at their home in Fort Worth
Mr and Mrs. Million lived in El Paso
formerly. Mr. Milllcan is the brother uf
Rev Ed L. Milllcan. pastor of the Bast
1 Paso Baptist church.
The Daughters of Erin are planning
to Rive a social-dance next Friday
JilKht in the ballroom of the Elks' club
Because of Terrible Back
ache. Relieved by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegeta
Philadelphia, Pa. "I suffered from
displacement and inflammation, and had
sucu pains in my
sides, and tembla
backache so that I
could hardly stand.
I took six bottles of
Lydia E. Pinkham's
potmrLand now I can
I do any amount of
work, sleep good, eat
good, and don't have
a bit of trouble. I
recommend Ljdia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to
very suffering womam. " Mrs.HARRY
Fisher, 1C42 Juniata Street, Philadel
Another Woman's Case.
Providence, R. L "I cannot speak
too highly of your Vegetable Compound
ss it has done wonders for me and I
would not be without it. I had a dis
placement, bearing down, and backache,
until I could hardly stand and was thor
oughly run down when I took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
helped me and I am in the best of health
Bt present I work in a factory all day
long besides doing my housework so yoc
can see what it has done for me. I give
you permission to publish my name and 1
speak of your Vegetable Compound tc
many of rayfri ends." Mrs. Abrti, Law
son, 126 Lippitt St., Providence, R. L
Danger Signals to "Women
are what one physician called backache,
headache, nervousness, and the blues.
In many cases they are symptoms ol
some female derangement or aninflam
matory, ulcerative condition, which maj
be overcome by taking Lydia E. Pink
ham'sVegetable Compound. Thousand!
of American women willingly testify U
should be cleaned
of tan, freckles
and all blemishes
V si now that summer
7 Is over.
Ly .'"', "Wrinkles, hollow
" J) "heeks. baggy eye-
lias tut remind
After Before one of illness or
dissipation, superfluous hair and moles
that coarsen the face
FACE SPECIALIST OF CHICAGO. Boom
303. Herald building, corrects all these
defects. No pain or inconrenlesee. Many
i-.i rasi ryifinrw can De given.
Mr. and Mrs. "W. T. Ravenhlll have
returned from Long Beach. CaL, where
they spent the summer.
Buel Hammett returned Friday from
California, where he spent the summer
art the various beaches.
Miss Marv Belle Keefr returned Vrl.
day from Covington. Ky., whore she has
been spending; the entire summer.
Mrs. Olga Kohlbergr, who has been
touring Europe during: the past sum
mer, returned to El Paso Thursday.
Mrs. Ed L Milllcan. who was called
to Fort Worth by the death of net
father, is expected to return next week.
Miss Lillian Glbbs has returned to
EI Paso from a trip to Dallas, Fort
"Worth and Galveston during; thesum
mer. American consul T. D. Edwards, sta
tioned at Juarez, will return to his
post Monday after a vacation In Ar
kansas and Nebraska.
Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown and
children, who have been spending the
summer months In Mountain Park. X.
M., returned to El Paso Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gilson. their
daughter. Miss Bessie Gilson. and son.
Will Gilson. have returned from Long
Beach. Calif, where they spent tho
Mrs. J. Davis Porcher and little son.
and Miss Eleanor Porcher. who have
been occupying their cottage, "Tip
Top." In Cloudcroft for the latter part
of the summer, returned to El Paso
Mrs. A. Goodman, who has bees
spending a week in Cloudcroft. re
turned to El Paso Friday. Miss Estella
Goodman, her daughter, will remain lor
a short time longer, the guest of Mrs.
W. a Tllton.
Rev. Herman G. porter, pastor of the
First Methodist church, will return
Monday morning from Albuquerque,
X M-. where he has been attending the
New Mexico Methodist mission. He
will be accompanied by Rev. Alonzo
Get oat yoar ran garments now and
send them to Wrircht for sanitary dry
cleaning. Phone 34S and our auto will
GIIIP IS STOLEN.
"While assistant superintendent H.
"W. Connelly, of the G. H. & S. A. rail
way system( was in Sierra Blanca Fri
day, a gnp containing valuable papers
and other articles was sroien from the
car In which he was traveling. Con
ductor Swaeringen. who was in charge
of the train, notified special agent
Claude Smith, in EI Paso, and who left
immediately for that p.ace. The grip
was found in an empty box car George
Morgan was arrested ana brought to
Valuable gorrna ana dresses are per
fectly cleaned and restored to their
original beauty by experts. "Wright's
Cleaning "Works, phone 341. Adv.
Skin Easy to Have
Since Its remarkable astringent and tonic
properties became known, clever women
all over the world hare been ruing the
saxolite face bath to "lone op" their face,
remove wrinkles and draw flabby cheeks
and neck back to normal. After using the
solution, the face immediately feels mnch
firmer The skin tightens evenly all orer
the face, thus redncinr lines anri mcrtH.
ness. The formula. Is: Powdered saxolite, 1
oz.. dissolved In witch hasel, pint. i
Auuiwr woaotnoi zaciai Deautitier and
rejuvenator that has become quite a rage
In the United States, as In Europe. Is
mercolized war. Drasfcista report a great
demand. The wax literally absorbs a sal
low, freckled, blotchy or withered complex
Ion, giving the fresh, vigorous, healthy
faued young skin underneath a chance to
"breathe" and to show itself. Applying
the wax at night, like cold cream, washing
It off morning, will completely renovate a
poor complexion, in a week or ten days.
One ounce usually Is sufficient. Advertisement.
In sizes from $950 to $75,000. We are WurliUer's sole agents in Eastern
Arizona, Southern New Mexico and Western Texas.
Oldest Piano House in El Paso.
El Paso Piano Co.
W. R. SCHUTZ, PROP.
208 Sooth Side of Texas Street, next to WaUon's Grocery.
Send for Catalogue.
THE EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS is prepared to
fit girls to enter without examination any college open
to women on certificate. For girls who are not going
to coIJege special courses are planned.
All pupds have the advantage of the best musical instruction
in the city; all share the unusual opportunities for regular physical
training under a resident graduate instructor.
People who know most about schools best appreciate the
distinction and peculiar advantages of this school.
The terms are as low as is consistent with an adequate
faculty, many small classes and consequent personal attention for
every pupil from the primary through the upper school.
Full information will be given on request by the principals
Miss Ora W. L. Slater and Miss Olga E. Tafeh '
The school k at 1 1 1 1-1 1 15 Terrace street. Sunset Heights.
It k not too late to ester girls for the term which has just
El Pasoans Away.
Mrs. It B. Steward left Friday for
Chicago to remain indefinitely.
Earl Weislger left Friday afternoon
for Chicago to spend a short time with
his mother in that city.
James Gorman and Elgie Means left
El Paso Friday night for Austin, to en
ter the University of Texas.
Miss Tina Brown, of M Mesa avenue.
Is spending two weeks at the Loretto
academy in lis iruiro, -
Newt F. Tidwell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
"W. J. Bule. will leave Sunday for Aus
tin to enter the University of Texas.
E. M. Bray went to Cloudcroft Fri
day to remain with Mrs. Bray at their
summer cottage, the "Outlook, until
September 2S. when they will close the
cottage for the season and return to
Mrs. E. E. McKatt and children, of
tin Print avenue, will leave next
Thursday for a month's visit with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. 3. Totiek. at
Boswell, N. M.
Mrs. B. F. Hammett left Saturday
afternoon for the east, accompanied by
her grandsons. Buel Hammett and Guy
Hammett Davis. The former goes to
Tale university and the latter to the
Kingsley school. Essexfells. X. J.
Mrs. T. S. Daugherty. with her daugh
ter. Miss Evelyn Daugherty. and Miss
Vera Field, of Mogollon, X. M., will
leave next week for Los Angeles, where
Miss Daugherty and Mi Field will en
ter the "VVcstlake School for Glrla.
J. H. Hien. formerly assistant man
ager of the Paso del Norte hotel, will
leave Sunday for Chicago, where he
will make his home. He will be ac
companied by Mrs. Hien.
Mrs. George C Barnhardt and her
daughter. Miss Floy Barnhardt. left El
Paso, Fridav. for Washington. D. C
Miss Barnhardt will attend the Cathe
dral school during the winter. After a
visit of several weeks In Washington,
Mrs. Barnhardt will rejoin Capt. Barn
hardt at Fort Bliss.
The Forum debating society of the
high school held the first meeting of
the year Friday night in the school
auditorium A program for the next
meeting was arranged. Ervin Schwartz
will give a declamation. Frank L.
Brown will talk on what the Forum
society stands for. Elliott Chess has
"Girls" for his subject. John Savage
will speak on behalf of the necessarv
support of school athletics. S. Amsta
ter will tell of the debating societv
work in the Crane Technical high
school of Chicago. Geddes Mabee s
subject will be. "Why I Joined the
Forum." Th officers for the coming
year will be elected at the meeting
next Friday. A membership commit
tee was appointed to interest the en
tering freshmen and other classmen in
the Forum society. On this commit
tee are Frank L Brown. Geddes Ma
bee, Ervin Schwartz, Semour Amsta
ter. Robert Hare. Elliott Chess and
The Sam Houston Debating society
of the high school held an enthusiastic
meeting Friday night at the school.
Officers for the first term of the com
ing year were elected and 17 new mem
bers were initiated. This is the largest
number of new members ever initiated
at one time in any society of the high
school. The following officers were
elected and installed Harold ColdwelL
president: Robert Jolly, vice nresi
dent; Fortunatus Magruder. treasurer:
Maurice Blumenthal. secretary; Leon
ard Butchofsky. sergeant at arms;
Pearley D Kennary. reporter. A.
Cochran, officer of publicity. Harry
W'elsch. chairman of the nroe-ram
committee: Eugene XVomeldorf. chair- I
man or xne auaiung committee: S. O.
welday. chairman of outside debates
committee. The new member inltt. -
t ted were: G. Beer. B. Br van, L. Aron
son. F. Williams, H. Carton. J. Schaf-
icr. it. uninth. s. Womeldorf. F.
AKaro. a. utr;eu. J. Lewis, H. Pozll,
C Hawkinson. 1L Pearson. H. Logan,
H. Putnam and C. L. Overstreet. Jr.
Out Of Town Visitors.
Mrs. D. McKee. of Bisbee. Ariz, la
the guest of Mrs. H D. Hannah
Mrs. E. J. Guernsey, who has been (
c kucbi qi jars. ja. a. wesson, left
Friday for Albany. X. Y her home.
Scott B Williams and James Tork.
who have been-in El Paso for a short
time, returned to Cloudcroft Friday.
Mrs. W. a Field and daughter. Miss
Vera Field, of Mogollon. X. M, are In
El Paso shopping and visiting friends.
Capt. S. J. Woodhull, of the First
National bank, at Las Cruces. X M,
was here Saturday on a brief business
Miss Juliet Humbroch and Miss Au
gusta Humbrocb, who have been spend
ing a few days in El Paso, left Friday
for their home In Kansas City.
L M. Turner, a former EI Pasoan.
who now makes his home in Los An
geles, is visiting in El Paso for a few
days. He Is at the Hotel Paso del
Mrs John W. Hogan. of Bisbee. who
has been spending several months trav
eling through the eastern states and
Canada, passed through El Paso Friday
on her return home.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Schafer passed
throngh El Paso Friday on their way
home to Xaco, Ariz., from an extensive
trip east. Mr. Schafer is the immigra
tion Inspector in charge at Xaco.
Mrs. A. B. Swearingen, of Carrizozo. X
M who has been in EI Paso visiting
her mother. Mrs. J. E. Swearingen. left
Friday for her home. Her mother ac
companied her for a short visit
Mrs. W. W. Lawhorn has had as her
guests for a short time her brother. B.
J. Dall her nephew. Henry Dall her
cousin. Mrs. J. K. Lawhorn. all of Eden.
Teoc. and W. "W. Ellis, county clerk of
San Saba county. The guests returned
to their homes the last of the week.
S. E. Leonard, formerly manager of
the Western Union in Kl Paso and prior
to that, chief dispatcher for the Sierra
Madre railroad, for the Mexico Xorth
Western, is in El Paso, returning from
a trip to Tamnico and other Uninn
points. Mr Leonard has for the past
six years been conected with the West
ern Union and Bell Telephone compa
nies in an executive capacity at Den
ver, but has severed his connection
with these companies.
W. H. EATTEREUEY
INJUBED BY FALL
Contractor W. H. Rattenbury fell
through an elevator shaft opening at
the warehouse of L. W. Hoffecker. 413
MiIIr lrMt GH. ..-j i
-.. .... .. oaiuiuttf morning ai
11.30 and reecived injuries which made
It necessary to take him to the Rol
ston hospital I nan ambulance.
lie was struck on the head by a
projecting beam and was also bruised
on the hips and body.
Tool the tailor Let us clean and
press that last year's suit. We will
make It Just like new. Phone S43 and
our auto will calL Wright's Cleaning
O.H. Thorman & Co.
Members Texas Slate Association of
EL PASO. TEX.
O. H. Thorman. Member Texas Chap
ter American Institute of Architects.
Mrs. M. P. Carlock entertained the
newllr nrnnlTMl Vr-tAmv lMi4lnn Rriilcre
club Friday afternoon at her home in
Xagley apartments. Mrs. Harry
Piatt won the prize for the highest
sore, a hand painted plate. Tho club ,
Presented a prize to the hostess. Re
freshments were served. Mrs. Paul
Atkinson will be the club's hostess next
Friday. The members of the club are
Mesdames Ed Plum. D. R. Wilkes, a C. :
Covington. Harry Piatt. A. J- Fraser,
F- W. Hatcher and M. P. Carlock.
Mrs. Charles S. Xaslts entertained .
at her home on West Missouri street j
Friday afternoon with a bridge party 1
complimentary to Mrs. C K. Wolf, in !
honor of her birthday anniversary. A
color plan of pink, yellow and green I
was carried out in the decorations, i
Pink zinnia blossoms, sunflowers and I
ferns were used effectively. Mrs. W.
H. Robb won the first prize and Mrs.
J. W. Christie received the second ,
prize. Both prizes were satin boudoir I
suppers with shk nose to matcn. jaiss
Milded Hughes received the consola
tion prize, a Japanese work basket
with a pin cushion center. The guest
of honor was presented with a hand
embroidered table runner. Following
the card games a four course luncheon
was served. The guests were: Mes
dames C K. Woir, A. M Pillsbury, H.
B. McDowell, E. L Lachman. D. P.
Eades. R. W. Fort. T. X Souter. W. R.
McKenna. Allen C Staples, Leo Gale.
W H. Robb. Farvin Witte. J. F.
Dowling. C. E. Enter. J. W. Christie,
a J. Tuttle, Harold Brown. Matilda
Burroughs. R. W. Graham, H. Hughes;
Misses Mildred Hughes. Anne Lee Rlx
and Mary Strater.
For better cleaning, pressing and re
pairing phone 1238 Xew York Tailoring
Co, 22 Mesa Ave. Advertisement.
Grt out your fall garments now and
send them to Wrlsht for sanitary dry
cleaning. Phone 343 and our auto will
ON DUAL CHARGE
Nathaniel Hubachmann was arrested
Friday evening by the police on the
charge of theft and forgery. He Is
charged with forging two checks, one
for 110 and the other for lis. which he
is said to have given to Charles Stan
ley, who drives an automobile on the
A search of the ezsoldier"s room In
the Lockie hotel was made by city de
tectives and a suit case was found
there which the detectives say answers
the description of one reported taken,
from Salvador Ardamuy. a Christian
Brother, at the aCliftornia hotel last
Hubachmann had papers In his pos
session showing that he had been dis
honorably discharged from the arm).
Fool the tallor Let us clean a"d
press that last year's suit. We mil
make It Just like new. Phone "543 irl
our auto will call. "Wright's Clea-u-J
Best by test Holmes's Faultiest I-y
cleaning Phone 785 for auto Alv
Player - Piano
is guaranteed to stand up
in this dry climate.
If you don't know the
you ought to get acquainted
with it so that you may ap
preciate its merits.
a trinity of principals con
spicuous in evidence in the
Seybold instruments, and
therefore called "Pianos of
Grand Fall Opening
At the Boston Store
Exhibition of tne Latest Models
m SUITS - GOATS - DRESSES CAPES
Evening Gowns and Millinery
From the Creators of Fashion for the Most Critical.
Come to this Grand Opening, which will begin
Thursday, September 25tii
and continue for the week.
The Women's Apparel Salon on the second floor will b ar
ranged for your every convenience. - Li i ' '
ttcwie or low rxicsi
Unless I satisfied the peo
ple, my business could not
grow. My business has
steadily grown and you will
find my pianos placed in
prominent hemes and firms
all over El Paso and vi
cinity. There is a reason. Can
you find the answer?
F. G. Billings
102 N. Stanton.
Stanton, Corner Overland
IIW MS'iiESa? '&VI&!h&J
PIMPLES ON SCALP
Hair Got Thin. Could Not Sleep for
Scratching. Dandruff Scaled Off
and Showed On Clothes. Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Healed.
Lewlsburg. Tenn. "Four years past
I had a very bad scalp trouble that com
menced with Itching. Later my hair got
thin and my scalp sore and
I could not sleep for scratch
ing at times. I did not get
the sleep that was restful
and refreshing. I was losing
ray hair fast. I had pimpies
on my scalp icbJch Itched and
burned so that I scratched
and irritated them. I had
aandmff which scaled off and showed on
"I tried almost every noted scalp remedy
and hair toaie without success. Then I
commenced using Cuticura Soap and Oir.t
ment and was reKeved of the itching and
sore scalp after three shampoos and appli
cations of the Ointment. After using both
the Cuticura Soap and Ointment for three
months I was completely cured." (Signed)
F. B. Lewis. Jan. 1. 19H.
Samples Free by Mall
For red. rough, chapped and Needing
bands. Itching, burning palms, and painful
finger-ends with shapeless nails, a one-night
Cuttettra treatment works wonders. Soak
hnds. on retiring. In hot water and Cuticura
Soap. Dry. anoint with Cuticura Ointment
and wear soft bandage" or old. loose gloves
during the night. Although Cuticura Soap
f250-) and Cuticura Ointment (50c ) are
old by druggists and dealers everywhere,
a sample of each with 32-p. Skin Book will
be "nt free upon request. Address post
card. "Cuticura, Dept. T. Boston."
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Did yon ever ,top to think of tie many duties and demands of the housewife and mother of today?
Her time is all taken and-her task hard ones. 'There is no convenience or luxury that will pleasi
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