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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, April 3, 1916.
Dinners, Luncheons, Teas.
Di ami Mrs. E S White enteitained
Mi i,l Mm Mill McSain at dinner at
ih il'i, Jr.n. Sunday night.
Ti and Mrs Frank M. Murchlson
ittfrtained at tlie alley Inn, Ysleta.
'-umlaj night at dinner Their guests
v re Mr and Mrs J M Pudlej.
1 Wulfitn and J V DeRoulae
ntertaincd Ml'' ilma Casey , and
Mih Katherine Iiapr at dinner at
, ,, v-'iev Inn. Rleta Saturday night
I r ( C Youiik entertained recently
a' !ii- lanch al Helen. Tex. Music was
nriii-olied during the evening by a
Mi in in orchctia. lie had about 6
dinner group at the Country club
.turday night was composed of Mr
Mid Mrs S Z Pllversparre. Mrs. A E
Rowlands Mioses Lauramaude link
aiii Mar) Ijewis
Mr and Mrs .T I Williford enter
i m.-d at dinner Saturday night at
M h Uley Inn, Ysleta Their guests
. re Mr and Mrs W. G. Jolly and
l md Mrs D C Booth.
1 K ut Frits P Llndh entertained
v ith an Informal dinner at the Country
luh Saturday night preceding the week
end dance His guests were Miss Mar
joii" Powers. Miss Jouett Pall and
i i ut Charles B Moore.
Mr and Mrs. John C McXary enter-1
tnlned Mr and Mrs. James Graham Mc
.r. Mr and Mrs Julius A. Krakauer,
Mr and Mrs II T Bowie, Mr and Mr"!.
J imes A. Dick, Miss Katherine Dick,
Mis A r Gardner. Dr C (1 Young, C
Morse and A McKenzlc'of Kansas
City, Sundaj at dinner at their ranch
at Berino. N. M.
Mrs A B Fall entertained the last
or the week at Hotel Paso del Norte,
with an informal dinner part. Amer
1 n Beauty roses In a tall crystal vase
rnaniented the center of the table.
Tiie guests Included Mr. and Mrs.
. orge Gardner Underhlll, Misses Mar
lorle Powers and Jouett Fall. Lieut.
Tames G Boswell. Lieut. Fay IV. Brab
son and W. W. Crosby .
The tea given by Mrs. Chas. K.
Rr v an for the "benefit of the widow of a
i nnfederate veteran, netted J SB 54 and
this fund was turned over to John C
Brown camp, V V. C, and In turn given
i the widow by the camp on Sunday.
MYs. A R. Barlow made an address,
f o-opllmenting Mrs. Bryan on the
beneficent spirit she had shown in
arranging the tea and dwelling upon
the sweetness of charity generally.
Mrs Oeorge S. Patton, sr. and Mist
snne Tatton of Pasadena, Calif, were
the guests of honor at a dinner party
siven Saturday night nt the Country
. inn by Mrs. George S. Patton, Jr The
c nests remained for the week end
dame afterward. The dinner party in
. luded Mrs Patton, Miss Patton, Lieut
( I and Mrs. Robert D. 'Walsh, Lieu
md Mrs. Victor S. Foster, Lieut, and
Mis. Hugh H Broadhurst Miss Bessie
Tailor. Vol Charles W. Taylor, Capt
.pnrge W Klrkpatrick, Lieut. R. S B
Mirt7 and Lieut. Vernon G Olimith.
Mrs W L. Crockett gave a prettily
nppoiniea luncneon saiuraay aiiautuuu
it her home on North Campbell street,
honor of Miss Ella Mae Jackson,
v, ho Is to become the bride of Clarence
r Hunter, of Alamogordo, on Wednes
ilav. The luncheon table was decor
ated TVlth pink carnations as the cen
terpiece and about the table were cat
tered foliage and ferns. The gueBts
included Misses Blla Mae Jackson.
Mvra Jackson. Vera Warren, of Gilmer.
Texas. Ellen Hunter, of Alamogordo,
M , Hilda Ruth Sorenson; Mesdames
' eorge Franklin, Charles L. Overstreet,
U I Robinson, Rue Jackson and Otto
The first of the two concerts to be
nen by the Rodolfo-Fornalr company
for the benefit of the El Paso Rescue
home building debt, will be given to
night at S ociock at the First Christian
rhurch. The ushers for the evening
ill be Misses Margaret Bryan, Isabelle
Springer and Ida Hunter.
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Ban Astteale A Orccoa.
The Saturda) Bridge club was enter
tained Saturdav afternoon b Mrs
William Walz, at the eta rooms on
Montana street Miss Clara Fink won
the high score prize. There were onlj
the members of the club present Re
freshments were enjoyed after the
games Mrs J Mason Pollard nil! en
tertain the club next week
Mrs. J Rowland Qilohrlst and Miss
Gertrude Lelghton entertained Satur
day afternoon at the home of Mrs
Cilchrlst. on North Kansas street, with
a bridge party and miscellaneous
shower. In honor of Miss Hilda Ruth
Sorenson, whose marriage to C. L.
Simians will occur this coming Satur
day. Mrs. Jack P. Ronan won the
high score pri7e. The consolation prize
went to Mrs. A. II. Ron lands The
guest of honor received an attractive
guest prise. The shower gifts were
given her In a fancy bag. Following
the games a two course luncheon was
sened. The rooms were attractively
decorated with red and white roses.
Mrs. T J. Stafford entertained the
Saturday Luncheon-Bridge club Satur
day afternoon at the tea rooms on
Montana street. The luncheon table
was attractively decorated In yellow.
Yellow Japansee Iris blossoms filled a
brown basket, tied with yellow tulle In
the center of the table. About it were
yellow candles in crystal sticks, tied
with yellow tulle bows. The place
cards were decorated with jellow
flowers and the favors were little
baskets filled with small Easter cers.
Bridge was plaved following the din
ner. Onlj the club members were
present. Miss Karma Deane won the
high score prize The club has dis
banded until the fall
Miss Lila Wilson, of Lynchburg, Va..
was the guest of honor at an Informal
bridge party, given Saturday afternoon
by Miss Peggy Davidson, at the Coun
try club. Miss Wilson is the niece
of Mrs. Thomas F. Schley and is ac
companying MaJ. and Mrs. Schley to
Honolulu. The high score rrize was
won by Miss Floy Bernhardt Miss
Helen Berrv received the second piize.
A guest prize was presented Miss Wil
son. A two-course luncheon was served
after the games The hostess was as
sisted in entertaining by Mrs F. L.
Davidson. The guests were Misses Lila
Wilson. Bessie Taylor, Valeria Gar
rard, Helen Berry, Lucy Berry, Floy
Barnhardt and Miss Fitzhugh B. Allder-
The P D Bridge club was enter
tained by Miss Marion Calnan Satur
day afternoon at her home on Last
Boulevard. Miss Ethel Crawford won
the high score prize for the club mem
bers and Miss Ida Hunter was the
prise winner of the guests. The rooms
were decorated with California pop
ples. A two course luncheon was en
joyed after the games. The hostess
was assisted in entertaining by her
mother, Mrs George B. Calnan. In
addition to the club members Miss Cal
nan's guests were Misses Dorothy Vol
lertsen. Mary Nafe. Ha Mae McClammy.
Helen Reading, Mar) Caples. Genevieve
Bannell, Ida Hunter and Edith Robert
son. The club will be entertained at
its next meeting by Miss Ethel Craw
ford. El Pasoans Away.
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Uroadstreet. ot
1214 East Overland street will leave
tonight for Mineral Wells, Texae, and
other points In east Texas, to be gone
about two months.
A. 13. Rowlands has gone to New
York for a short business trip. He will
visit In Detroit, Mich., and Chicago, bo
fore returning to El Paso. He will be
away until about April 15.
Cint df Tntiln VitUnrt
,,, i, v t. i t i. . 'Trovldence hospital, has recovered
Milton Burch, of Lincoln. Neb , Is re- enough to be able to return to her
covering nicely from his illness at home
Providence hospital ..... , John A. Hunt, of the reclamation
i ! Ajet"" Bradley, of State col- i service, who has been 111 for several
lege. New Mexico. Is recovering from , weeks ln Providence hospital, is Im
an operation at Providence hospital proving and will soon be able to leaTe
Mrs. L. L Hughes, of Alamogordo.
returned to her home Saturday, after
a short Illness ln Providence hospital.
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About El Pasoans.
Mrs S. M Page Is improving nicely piatz 0f Mount Sinai hospital of New i uiton, Minnesota, heavyweight fight
atHel, . . - ,., ... York, now with the Bulgarian sanltar er. has signed a contract n lth a sjndi-
R Davis Is recovering from his ill- troops, has received a medal without cie 0r fVO New York promoters, ln-
nnss at Hotel Dieu
Miss S. E. Church is improving slowly
at ProTidence hospital.
Mrs J Amalong, who Is a patient
at Hotel Dleu. is improving.
Mrs F Chllders is recovering nicely
from her Illness at Hotel Dieu.
G S Ilerskey Is recovering steadily
from his Illness at Hotel Dieu
Miss C. Coyle, who is a patient at
Hotel Dieu is getting along well
Mrs. G. r. Allaire Is doing nicely at
Hotel Dieu, after a recent operation.
Mrs. M J. Ward and little son are
doing very nicely at Providence hos
pital. R Young Is much Improved at Hotel
Dieu, where he has been for a ehort
I. Hass Is Improving at Hotel Dieu,
where he has been 111 for a short
F. M. WInson is doing nicely at Hotel
Dleu, where he has been HI for a few
Mrs. G. r. Morris Is much better at
Hotel Dleu, where she has had a brief
J W Tays, who has been sick for
a short time at Hotel Dleu, Is getting
Mrs. E. G Hill is In a satisfactory
condition, following a recent operation
at Hotel Dieu
Mrs. T. Kyrlcopulos recently under
went an operation at Hotel Dieu and
is doing welL
Mrs. A. B. Mundy Is Improving at
Hotel Dieu, where she has been ill for
the past week.
Charles Levy has returned to his
home after a shprt illness In Provi
Miss C. Boyd, who was recently
operated upon at Hotel Dieu, is im
L. it Drake, who has been 111 for a
long time at Hotel Dieu, Is recuperat
ing steadily now
Mrs. E. F Vegil Is doing very well
at Hotel Dieu, where she has been sick
for a short while.
Leonard Goodman, wno uas oeen in
for a short time In Providence hospi
tal, is getting better.
Mrs J E Wesmorland Is Improving
at Hotel Dleu, where she has been a
patient for a short time
W. G Salmon has recovered from his
illness in Providence hospital, and re
turned to his home Saturday.
Mrs. G W. Alexander has recovered
and has returned to her home Sundav,
after a short stay In Providence hos
E J. McKInney, who has been In
Trovldence hospital, ill for a short
time, returned to his home the last
of the week.
Wolfe Londoner, who has been 111 for
several weeks in Providence hospital,
has recovered and returned to his
Mrs J. R DeMelr, who was operated
upon nt Hotel Dleu a short time ago,
has returned to her home greatly Im
proved In health
Hiss Edith Bailey, who was ill for a
short time at Providence hospital, has
recovered sufficiently to return to her
home, 007 Cincinnati street
Mrs J A. Escajeda, who has been
ill for a short time In Hotel Dleu, has
Improved so that she was able to re
turn to her home Saturday.
W R. Piper, who was very seriously
III for a number of weeks at Hotel
Dieu, has recovered so nicely that he
will soon return to his home.
Mrs E. r MeCIellan returned to her
home at Tuiarosa street Saturday even
ing from Providence hospital, where
she was ill for a short time.
Mrs. Frank Lewis, of 712 llagoffln
avenue, who has been 111 at Providence
hospital, is recovering bo rapidly that
she will be able to return to her home
I Mrs. J. E. Page. 3S1S Montana street.
I who was quite ill for some time In
Miss Maude Brown, daughter of Dr.
A. Brown, underwent a very serious
operation at Providence hospital the
last of the week, and is doing as well
as could be expected
Mrs. Will a Crombie Informally asked
a few friends to her home Saturday af
ternoon to meet her guest. Miss Ethel
Crombie, of Montreal. Canada. The af
ternoon was spent informally sewing
Miss Pauline Herrlngton. w hose mar
riage will occur this Tteek. was the
guest of honor at a chafing dish party,
given Saturday afternoon by Miss "Vera
Italian), at her home on North Camp
bell street. White carnations and
ferns decorated the rooms attract! velv
Games of various kinds entertained the
I guests Airs. J C Ballard was the
prise winner The guest of honor was
1 presented with a prize Assisting the
I hostess was her mother, Mrs II P
Ballard. The guests included Misses
Pauline Herrlngton. Esther Herring
' ton, Velma Casey. Palmer Kingsbury,
I Dorothy Wlnan. Era Thomas. Lila
! Thomas, Bernadlne Schultz, Margaret
Cunningham, Vernon Cunningham,
Itena Shea, Juan: la Smith, Kathrvn
Peak and Anna B Murry. Mesdames
II. D. Ballard, J. C Ballard and H. N
Thomas McCabe. Jr. celebrated the
sixth anniversary of his birthday with
a party Saturday afternoon, at his
home on Xobie street, given in his
honor by his mother, -Sirs Thomas Mi
Cabe. The decorations of the rooms
were in pink and white carnations, and
the favors carried out the Easter idea
Games of various kinds amused the
guests during the afternoon. Refresh
ments were enioved. The lilpthdv
cake, frosted in white with pink dec- j
orauons ana piiik canaies. occumed the
center of the table Each guest cut his i
own slice of cake while making a birth
day wiih for the host The guests w ere
Elizabeth Finlev. Josephine Klntt?,
Cordelia Augustine, Elizabeth ltein
Johnnie McCabe, Betty Hawkins. Louisa
Hendricks, Ruth Silverman, Marzer
May McNary, Edith Anne Walthall.
Florence LeBaron, Elizabeth Shannon,
Engenia McQuatters. Gresrorv Kranz-
thor. Phillip Crockett. Benjamin Ma- j
dero. Max Krakauer, Julius Krakvjer,
James Raster. W A. Hawkins, Jr .
iiooeri ueanev Allison .viorrison. l
bert Valdespino. Blllie McQuatter.
James Dick, Julius Silverman and Peter
Miss Adelaide Strong celebrated her
eighth birthday anniversary Saturday
afternoon at her home on Arizona and
Newman streets, with a party given bj
her mother, Mrs E D Strong. The
rooms were decorated pleasingly with
pink and white (James of various
kinds and dancing formed the after
noon's amusements. An Easter egg
hunt was a pleasing leature of the
party. The prize for this, a big to
stork, was won by Grace Stewart who
found the greatest number of Easter
eggs Refreshments were served from i
a prettily arranged lauie rom the
chandelier, streamers of pink fell to
each guest's plate with the pace card
attached to the end In the center was
a girl basket, containing colored Eastei
eggs. The basket was tied with a big,
Elnk bow. The favors were small cand.,
oxes upon which were little storks
The birthday cake and candles were
of pnk and white and these colors were
repeated ln the lec course and mints.
The young hostess was assisted in en
tertaining by her mother, Mrs Strong,
and grandmother, Mrs M U Strong
The little guests present were Char
lotto Havs, Grace Stewart, Vera Ham,
Loruine Crockett, Elizabeth Orr, Ivadeil
Miller, Nmcj Pettug. Clira Wooliidge,
anoln Trfne Dorutln Whlttakir Ada
Mae 11 idlock, FIohihc liadloik and
mm honor i
i U. S. DOCTOR
Sofia. Bulgaria. April 1 Dr Harry
swords, for braveiv, the distinction
being the highest one puuHiuie 10 award
a .Bulgarian army uis
The medal was bestowed for Dr
Platz's services in aiding in the stamp
ing out of tjphus in Serbia and Bul
garia 'He has laboratories at Uskup.
BUSINESS MEN TOMARCH
AS "DEFENCE" DEMONSTRATION
New York, April 1 Business men
representing all trades and Industries
will march here on May 13 In favor of
national preparedness. It was an
nounced today by an organlratlon
formed bj prominent citizens, and In
dorsed by the National Security league
and the Plattsburg committee The
organization plans to extend the move
ment to all large cities with the idea
of having simultaneous parades
throughout the country
CHINA TO BORROW MILLIONS
IN TI S. TO BUY SUPPLIES
I "" -" - -
I -ew York, April 1 The loan to be
placed In this couniry oy me ninese
government will probably amount to
$5,000,000 and the proceed" will be u-
In the purchase here of supplies, r,. was
understood In bank circles today.
An Informal dancing party was given
Saturday night by Miss Mahel Mr
Mullen, at her home on East Rto
Grande street The young people were
chaperoned by the parents of the
hostess, Mr and Mrs. H. J McMullen
Ri freshments were served during the
evening. The rooms were decorated
with pink and red carnations. Of the
girls, the guests were Misses Louise
Welch, Helen Conway, Mary Tincher,
V. i!he Mae Caraon. Lena Fisher, Emily
White. Mice Pruett, Leila Polan.
Rculah Wright, Mildred Rogers, DorM
Freeman and the boys were Elliott
Chess, Paul Welch, A J. McQuattersJr ,
Gene Thurston, Ben Jenkins, Kneeland
Jenkins, Clarence Thompson. Carroll
Stevens Russell Worthington, Hoyt
Cole, Will Hughes. Bruce White. Rus
sell Klelnman. Donald Grant.
Frank Ross. H M Morris, Law ton
Croom and Hal Aldrldge
Mr and Mrs L. M. Butchofsky en
tertained Saturday night with a sur
prise dance in honor of their son,
Leonard, who is leaving shortly for
San Francisco where he will attend
college Punch was served between
dances and later the guests enjoyed a
two coure supper 'xnose present
were- Misses Irene Fraser. Lillian
Garcia. Esther Olsen, Jennie Olien,
Julia Crisp, Juanita Garcia, Nellie Ep
pstein, Adeline Morettl. ray Carter,
Zelma Carter, Esther Cunningham,
Mary Stedman, "velyn Stedman, Mary
Clayton. Lottie Hlntze, Cozette Dur
vea. Leuttich, Louise Amador, Lapol
dlna Koblltz, Elsie McVey, Daisy Mc
Vey, Kathleen Harris, Jewel Deer. Mae
Harris, Pearl Rehrig, Emily CurdJ.
Irene Ratlston, Lois Rallston. Helen
llaileton. Mrs. T IL Carter and Mrs
Kinney The boj-s were: Clifford
Cunningham, Roy Chltwood, Paul La
reras. IL Rallston, Will Cole, Mas: Har
ris. Honorable M. Jones. Kid Gilbert.
Dan Long, General Scott. Al Leuttich.
rthur Flnneran, H Hartman, Harry
Odell, Claude Brown, Walter Klenle,
H C Edwards, Guy Mercer, Mr Hop
kins, Dewey Crisp, B. Swafford, Elmer
Lancaster. Al Tounge. George Keister,
Richard Butchofsky, Leonard Butchof
skv and Mr and Mrs L. M. Butchofsky.
The Country club dance Satnrdav
night was quite well attended. Among
some of those present were Col and
Mrs Joseph Garrard, Lieut. Col and Mrs
Robert D. Walsh. MaJ. and Mrs. George
D Moore. Leut and Mrs Victor S Fos
ter. Lieut and Mrs Hugh IL Broad
hurst, Lieut and Mrs. Fitzhugh B. All
derdlce, Mr and Mrs. S Z. Silversparre,
Mr and Mrs J. F Williams, Mr. and
Mrs Zach Lamar Cobb, Mr. and Mrs D
C Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kra
kauer, Mr. and Mrs. W. U Gaines. Mr
and W L. Tooley. Mr and Mrs A. J
McQuatters. Mr and Mrs E. M. Whit
aker. Mr. and Mrs. R. Kmmett lllnes.
Mesdames Gertrude Ledbetter, George
S Patton, sr . George S Patton, Jr, Wil
liam IL Allaire, J. C. Kranse, Martin C
Shallenberger, W S TUton. W. M.
James, A. E. Rowlands, Marguerite
Buckler Stevenson, Misses Alice ulf f.
Olive Davis. Lauramaude Fink. Marv
Lewis, Jouett Fall, MarJorie Powers.
Anne Patton, Valeria Garrard, Eliza
beth White. Ethel Crawford France
Earle, Helen Agulrre, Mary Hill, Birdie
Buckaloo, Gladys McQuatters, Alice
Mvles Fama Rickman, Helen Berrv,
Beulah Brown. Irene Laughlin and Bes
sie Tavlor. Col Charles W. Taylor.
Capt V F H Godson. Capt George
W Klrkpatrick, Capt Walter J Scott.
Lieut Roger S B. Hartz, Lieut, Fritz
P Llndh, Lieut Charles B. Moore. Lieut
Vernon G Olsmlth, Lieut Stuart w
Cramer, Jr , Lieut Julian F Barnes, Lieut
"scar Straub, Lieut Robert McG Lit-
tiojonn. Messrs j J diver. Krnest
M les H S Potter Page Kemp. W. IL
F Judd, Trank McQuatters. C C Shoe
maker. Charles A Brandberg. Alves
Cochran, J D Horn of Los Angeles, J
M Harris. Rowland Kemp, Garnett
King, Ted Davis, C L" hhoemaker,
James W Curtis, and others
Mrs.She!don Spent $1900 for
Treatment Without Bene
LydiaE. Pinkham's Veg
Englewood, 111. "Whilo going
through the Change of Life 1 suffered
vousness, flashes ot
heat, and I suffered
so much I did not
know what I was
doing at times.
spent 51900 on doc
tors and not one did
me any good. One
day a lady called at
my house and saic
she had been as sick
aa I was atonetime.
and Lydia E. Pink-
hnm 'a Vo er a f n U 1
I- .1 .1-t " - - --&v. .... c
vAmiixjuuu muue ner wen.so 1 took it and
now I am just as well as I ever was. I
cannot understand why women don't
see how much pain and suffering they
would escape by taking your medicine.
I cannot praise it enough for it saved
my life and kept me from the Insane
Hospital "-Mre. E. Sheldon, 5C57 S.
Halsted St, Englewood, III.
Physicians undoubtedly did theirbest,
battled with this case steadily and could
(Jo no morefbut often the most scientific
treatment is surpassed by the medicinal
properties of tho rnorl nhl fiwhlnnwl
roots and herbs contained in Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If any complication exists it
pays to write the Lydia E. Pink
liam Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.,
for special free ad Ice.
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3 REITS FOB
Minneapolis. Minn . prll 1. Fred
riuaing Tex Rickard, to meet three
' fighters in New York for $50,000. ac.
i cording to an announcement nere to-
day by Mike Collins, Fulton's manager.
on his return irora .ew xorii
The first fight will be with Al Reich
on April 2S or May 6, the second with
Jim Coffey or Frank Moran at a date
yet to be selected, and the third on
Labor Day with a man to be picked by
the promoters, according to uoiiins,
who declared the sjndicate had put up
$10,000 to bind the contract and that
Fulton had deposited ?1000 forfeit
Mrs. Grace Felix Lesster is preparing
to defend sgain Iier claim to the $500,-
000 estate left by her husband, William J
C. Lessctor, contractor and broker, of
2cw York city.
A iliiam Losster, second, has renewed
nits skacs zt4CJssj-&&.
the struggle which has been waged at
intervals since early in 1911 for con
trol of the estate. The grandson charges
that Mrs. Grace Felix Lesster used un
due influence when her husband's will
was made, thus inheriting the entire for
tune. Women s Organizations.
The auxiliary ot the church of St.
Clement will meet Tuesday afternoon
at S ociock ln the parish house of the
Circle One of the First Methodist
church aid society will meet Tuesday
afternoon at 1 ociock, at the home of
Sirs George Dean, 801 Arizona street
Circle three of the Aid society of the
First Methodist church will be enter
tained by Mrs. T.V. B. Clark. Tuesday
afternoon, at 2 30 ociock at 340S La Luz
An important meeting of the board
of directors ot the Woman's club will
be held Tuesday morning at the home
of Mrs Charles B Stevens ou West
The C "V B M. auxiliary of the First
Christian church will meet Tuesday
afternoon at 3 ociock. Mrs R. A. Hub
bard ard her division will be ln charge
of the program.
Tho City Federation of Women's
clubs met at the chamber of commerce
Monday afternoon. Mrs. W. W White
head was elected second vice president
of the orgranizat'on. The meeting was
dovoted to business matters.
The missionary society of Trinity
Methodist church will hold Its business
session Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the parlors of the church. Mrs Joe
Battle, of Longview, Tex , will read the
scripture lesson. Mrs. Laurie Thomas
will play a violin solo.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Beta Fhllathea class of the First Pres
byterian church was held Saturday af
ternoon at the home of Miss Helen De
pew, 708 North Oregon street A busi
ness meeting was held, following which
a social was given. Muslo and games
were enjoyed and refreshments were
served. Those present were Mrs. IL
B. Durkee and Mrs Depew Misses He
len Dcpew. Sammle Llveslv, Ruth
Dewey. Helen Depue. Lola BuBhong.
Helen Loomis. Hazel Smith. Lucilo Day,
Carrie Adams, Thelma Splnelli, Mar
garet Powers and Ruth "Walker
BEE CULTURE CLASS IN
TrMPE FIRST IN ARIZONA
Tempe, Ariz , April 3 Prof J Elmer
Johnson, of the Tempe high school, has
organized the first class in bee cul
ture ever formed In Arizona Twenty
students, has enrolled for a three
months' course. The course includes
the making of hives, catching of
swarms, care of bees and care of the
honey until It Is ready for th,e table.
A bee club has been formed among the
bovs of the class and they expect to
make an exhibit at the state fair
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25c Telephone 356 and 375 and have It
delivered. Potter Drug Company Adr.
Just Call XMO
When you want an Auto or Limou
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always fresh, excellent assortments
Pottr Drug Co Phones 35C-37S 101
S El Paso St We deliver Adv
J-ery piece of work for our customers u thoroly sterilized.
What of it
'Hunk of what it means to them what it would mean to
J.very piece i carefully washed and rinsed and then dried
by artificial heat that positively sterilizes
Sterilization is not possible in home laundries Spring in
El Paso is the season of colds and tho others of the fara
lly may avoid the one with a cold they usually develop a cold
within a week or ten days.
Doesn't the family wash account to you for this now
hy not be sure of perfect sterilization as well as perfectly
laundered goods Tel. 470.
EL PASO LAUNDRY
A 25 Year Clean Reputation.
Over This Breakfast
Dainty, crisp, golden-brown waf
fles cooked to a queen's taste.
Can you imagine a more deli
cious starter-off than these tasty
morsels smothered with
This fine syrup makes the meal extra
ordinary. You simply can't know waffles or biscuit
or batter cakes at their best
Premium citaloz xtrtm
lut of present! circa
for Velva coupom.
Send for it
SUIT FILED TO DISSOLVE
BIG GARBANZO PARTNERSHIP
Tucson, Ariz., April 3. Suit has been
filed ln the federal court here for a
dissolution of a partnership existing
between H. M. GIdden, Benito Saenz
and the West Coast Cattle company
for the handling of the 1915 garbanzo
crop on the west coast of Mexico. The
suit went to the federal court on
ground of diversity of citizenship.
GIdden being a Spanish subject and
Saenz a Cuban.
In the superior court at Nogales, M.
G. Esplno, agent for the Saenz com
pany, prosecuted GIdden on a charge of
embezzlement The charge was dis
missed and later Gidden sued, ask
ing damages in the sum of $190,000,
alleging malicious prosecution. This
suit may also betransferred to the fed
J GULLEY COURTMARTIAL IS
ORGANIZED AND BEGINS WUKK
Phoenix. Ariz, April 3. Little pro
gress was made today ln the court
martial of Capt C V Gulley. former
commanding officer of company A. N. G.
A., charged b Adjt Gen Charles W
Harris with "conduct unbecoming an
officer and a gentleman and prejudice
of good order and military discipline "
The alleged misconduct was talking for
publication regarding the disorganiza
tion and demoralization of the Arizona
The court martial merely organized
today and summoned a number or wit
nesses to appear tomorrow. Capt L. J.
Holzwarth is Judge advocate of the tri
bunal The other members are MaJ II.
II. Donkersley, MaJ E. P. Grtnstead.
Capt E. M. Robison, Capt I. E. Huffman
and Capt M G. Brown
INTERMOUNTAIN RATE CASE
REOPENED FOR ARGUMENT
Washington. D. C , April 1 The In
terstate Commerce commission to
day reopened the socalled Intermoun
tain rate case, involving rates on
canned goods, dry goods, hardware.
Iron and steel, oils, paints, paper and
many other commodities from eastern
points to the Pacific coast and into
Several cases involving rates on cer
tain commodities msving from the Pa
cific eastward through gulf ports to
the Atlantic seaboard also were re
opened. YSLETA AND SOCORRO SHOW
GAINS IN SCHOOL CENSUS
An Increase of 151 school children is
shown by the scholastic census taken ln
the Ysleta district The census shows
c4 ..viiirirAn Airainst 671 last ear
An Increase is also shown in the So
corro district, with 343 children this
year, as against 239 last year, an in
crease of 104.
SMELTING CO. F-VULOVK!
AM! GIVEV V RAISE
Denver. Colo., April 1 A genera'
Increase in the pay of employes of th
American Smelting & Refining com
pany became effective today at plants
in Utah and Colorado Two thousand
employes in Colorado aie to reum
increases of from 15 to 25 cents per
NEW BANK MAY BE
ESTABLISHED IN PIMA
Pima, Ariz April 3. A bank may be
established in Pima by Philip K. Levwa
of Phoenir, president of the Cei'tral
Bank of Phoenix, Central Bmik of Will
cox and of the Anchor Trust company
of Wichita, Kan. Mr. Lewis spent two
days here in companv with II C Kim
ball, looking over the field from a bank
ing standpoint. j
until you've eaten them
Try Velva today. Ten cents
, and up in the sealed tin.
PENICK & FORD, Ltd.,
New Orleans, La.
You Can Save
$1 or $2 Each Week!
This strong, centrally located
Bank is encouraging hundreds to
save $ I or $2 each week by sell
ing Savings Certificates on the
easy payment plan, and the
BANK MAKES THE
FIRST PAYMENT FOR
For instance forty-nine weekly
payments of $1 each will place
you in possession of a paid up
$50 Savings Certificate for the
BANK MAKES THE
FIRST PAYMENT FOR
After maturity these Savings
Certificates earn 4 interest
and the money may be with
drawn at any time tinder ordinary
ASK YOURSELF THIS
QUESTION. "CAN I USE
AN EXTRA $50 OR $100?
If you decide that $50 or $100
would be a convenient sum to
have in a few weeks' lime you
should investigate this popular
50 PAYMENT PLAN SAV
INGS CERTIFICATE. Start
$2 laid by for forty-nine weeks
will place you in possession of a
paid up $100 Savings Certifi
cate, for the Bank makes the
first payment of $2 for YOU.
THINK OF ALL YOU
COULD DO WITH AN
!io Grande &lley
Bank & Trust Co
M TIN DAYS
Used and Endorsed
Caarantmmti to remove
tan, freckles- pimple, 'rrer
fpots, etc Extreme cases about twenty
days. Rids pores and tissues o! Impun
ties. Leaves the skin clear, soil, healthy.
Two Sues. 50c end $1.00
y Toilst Counters or Mail
National Toilet Coapur, pfr,Tsu.U.SJL.
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