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JflJL PASO JBLKKALD
NATIONAL GUARD BOYS GIVE A DANCE
AT DEL NORTE FOR EL PASO GIRLS
Miss Ruth Augur Again Takes
Charge of Herald Society Page
30 AYeek-Eud Edition, September 16-17. 1916.
AUftULr 01 national guara&uieu ing, complimentary to .uiss uia uwu
from the First Pennsylvania cav- I mson and MaJ. I. Cutter, whose inar
. . j .t. j nw. I riage takes place shortly. The house
alrv entertained with a delight- I ..i, ,i Z.i i .... t,n. Tnh
will be served during the dancing an
later an ice course will be enjoyed.
Those invited are Misses Zula Robin
son. Anna Alton. Matilda Axton. Hazel
Duguid, Katherine Foster, Thelma
Bet-son. Lieut Col. Berry. MaJ. L
Perry, chaplain J. Boyd Edwards. Capt.
E. T. Renwick. Capt. K. Needham.
Lieut Frank Merrill. Lieut. Gue Wes
serboff. Lieut. D. Cante, Dr Lee Mar
ble and John Axton. .
The regular weekly dance at the El
I'. so Counirv club will be Riven this
ivening on the cement tennis courts
adjoining the ruins. Through the
(curtesy of Brig. Gen. Geo. Bell, jr.,
the 22d infantrv band will furnish the
cung men came in by train ironi j music ior me aaucers.
v. imp Stewart. ...
- ,TshtiifrUBearBetK.nneonSvtn3s?Vss The newly established regular Sat
I ifnces Foster. Sarah Small, Jul. "-day night dance .at the Weet Y U
oldwell, Estelle Berrien. Emily Kemp. country club will be held this evening.
vh,l Shedd. Katherine Doerr. Starrow I A large number of parties are.bein
- - - . ' apmn.1 Ctuuilsl mmln hC
y-mith. Nancv Lackland, uorotny Lacs- j . ........ k,., .... .
GROUP of national guardsmen
from the First Pennsylvania cav
alry entertained with a delight-
lul dance Friday night at the ball
n.om of Hotel Paso del Norte. The
First Pennsylvania field artillery band,
directed by V. L. Nirella, played the
dance music. Fruit punch was served
en the roof garden between the dances
d-iJ, during the intermission period.
nn ic course was enjojed.
rhj. rh,iw'nrs VLfrt Mtsdames S-
Motherland, V M. James, A. W. I
' tir, T. . Lanier. H. B. Stevens.
v il Allaire . l: Brown. V. M ;
uilin. Fr-nk S Ainsa, J. C. Krausc
S oething. H E Christie and J. " i
I i. kland The ch vperons took the
- rls to and from the party wnue me
,nl Beatrice Stiles. Isabelle Valen
tine. M LeBaron. Ethel Brown, Beulan
a rown, Irene Laughlin, Irene Flenni
k.n. Ruth Moore Morriss. Rosemary
l'elham. Clara Fink. Hallie Irvin, Helen.
DePue, Elizabeth Stevens, Stella Brick,
Mary Lewis. Bertha Pool. Julia Pool,
ery Pool, Mary Pool, Marion Ainsa,
Fmd Ainsa. Katherine Pfaff. Isabella
Springer. Helen Roberts, Hazel Do
gufd, Edna Mathias, Nellie Mae Bo wen,
Helen Cook, Ruth Monro Augur,
Blanch Bailey and Josephine March.
The majoritv of the guardsmen are
alumni of the University of Pennsyl
ania and other colleges in Pennsyl
vania. Tie committee in charge of the
party -was composed of D. R. McKin
Ti'y. of troop I. J. Davie, of troop L:
Paul Shubert. of troop I, and Clarence
Haines, of battery D.
The guardsmen present were: B. C.
Schock. C. M. Steele R. P. Scullin, John
B Asager, Frank Rossiter. O. F. Mc
T'owell. Corp. E. E. Monj, Sergt. Dixon,
C J Goheen. J. D. McConell, B. A.
Beck. Sol Martz. TT. N. Wever. R. A.
Yoder, C. E. Cooper, H. C. Noll, Peter
Barni, John Duff. Cbas. Dessinger,
Corp. Knatt, J. D. ward. H. Gruber.
been arranged for.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Herrington an
nounce the engagement and approach
ing marriage of their daughter. Miss
Bernadine Schultz. to John Harry Hen
derson. Miss Sarah E. Gillett and Franklin E.
Newdy. both of El Paso, were quietly
married on September 9 at Las Cruces
by the justice of the peace. They are
now at home to their friends at 3901
La Luz street.
Mr. and Mrs. Shelton IMmond Wil
son, of Savannah. Ga.. announce the en
gagement of their daughter. Lula, to
Millard Harmon Barrough, formerly of
Savannah, now of El Paso. A definite
date for the wedding has not been
set but it will be one of the interest
ing events during October.
Invitations have been issued to the
wedding of Miss Helen Lake, of Dallas,
Texas, and Dr Bradford Frankfort
Clutter, of El Paso. The wedding will
take place in Dallas, at the home of
corp. ivnatt, a. j '. .?""" , Mr and Mrs Robert Sumner Shepard.
TV. Croop. Paul Houck, Frank Moesch- ... -,. ..,, n.,.,,,; ,i
l.n. H. 6- .Snyder. Ed Calhoun, .TV. L. , " ?if!l "' " ??? ,h
lush. H. D. Attig, w. jj. woodonage.
Ed Lubenslayer Earl Ships, Pat
Lessler. Jim Kessler. W. J. Marshall.
A. H. Kinsley. N. Smithern. George W.
Eoyd. George Menhullem. W. P. Byne,
S Evans, Sergt. Burrage. Sergt. A.
I'lan, P V. Bryind, Arthur Dening,
James Davis, Corp. J. V. Thomson,
Gordan A. Brown. Capt. Clement. Lieut.
Drumheller. Lewis V. Reese, M. W.
Jones. J M. Davis, C P. Davis, D. V.
Clarke, R. L. Givem.
Miss Greta Palmer and Miss Frances
Foster will entertain at the home of
Miss Foster's parents, judge and Mrs.
A. G. Foster. In Kern Place, this even-
The bride elect was a teacher in the
local public schools in EI Paso last
Mrs. Edward C. Hitchcock will enter
tain the Woman's Christian Teniptr
ance union at her home. 25IJ Feder.i
street, on Fnda afternoon with an in
The Queen"s Daughters of the Cath
olic Woman's Benevolent i-ociet w 11
give and old fashiomd oono-rt .it I
dance at the Knights of Columbu-. hi i
on Friday. September J.', for the o i . -fit
of the orphan fund Th. , ntertain
ment will be in thaire (f Mrs 1
Kelly, and Mrs. K V Herri- n ill .
in charge of the concert.
The Woman's Aid s-oattv of th
Congregational church held the fiiM
meeting of the fall and Winter season
on Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. W. P. Stiles, on 1'pson atenne
Only the members of the society were
present. During the afternoon, fancj
needle work was done as a preparation
for the annual bazaar to be held just '
before Christmas. Toward the close of .
the afternoon, the hostess, assisted hi
tler two daughters, served the guests '
with an Ice course. j
Catholic women of East El Paso were
praised by bishop AT J. Schuler Thurs- I
day night for the work they rre doing I
for the new Catholic church, to be built '
in the Alta Vista section. Rlshon 1
; Schuler. with father Maloney, who is to
i be pastor of the new church, attended '
an entertainment given at the home of i
Mrs. D. Ford. 199; Grant avenue, to the I
members of the Catholic AW society and
their friends Thursday night. The bis
hop made a short talk to the people as
sembled and after praising the work of
the women, said he hoped that work
would begin next week on the new
church, which at first is to be a mis
sion chapel. Later It is planned to
build a permanent and handsome
cnurcn. Tne cnapel, to be built on
Aiucw rwu win oe auxfttt ieel. with i
Mission front At the entertainment
Thursday evening about 56 were pres
ent. There was vocal and instrumental i
music and refreshments were served.
The Dorcas Missionary soci. ty and
Berean Sunday school class of Trinity
Methodist church were delightfully en- I
tertained Thursday evening by Mis- 1
Erin Middleton at the home of her i
mother. 419 Prospect avenue After the
business and study were concluded,
games were played, the first i.nze t. -
ing won by Miss Harriet Heermms. the
BEGINNING Monday. Miss Ruth
Monro Augur, who for the
past five years has been con
nected with The EI Paso Herald, the
greater part of the time as society
reporter, will resume charge of the
society page. Miss Augur has
scores of friends in El Paso and it
will be with pleasure that they will
receive the news of her return.
Miss Augur promises to make the
society pages more interesting than
ever; accuracy has always been a
characteristic of her work in this de
partment and. adding this to her
ability to write and the facility with
which she gathers the news. The
Herald promises its society readers
something out of the ordinary this
fall and winter.
High School Students Going
Away To College Shortly
BUS Ws JpT
feW -jgSsaifegL .T. jS&
Open Stock Dinnerware
Every pattern in the house open stock- You buy what you need when
you need it We have just received a large shipment from Pope Gosser
China Co. in Green Conventional, Holland Blue Conventional, Gold
Band and all white on Haviland Ransom shape. There is nothing bet
ter made in America for style and dura bility.
L "THE DINNERWARE HOUSE" 102 N. StMton.1)
... . 1I. .. t,A kli.li ej-hnnt TnlmAr Cnli mi aKav WAa!.-i tint-
A graduates of 1916 who are going I veMy-. . ,
J- B ,, " . . , ,h Blanche Schwartz. Columbia univer--
- to rolleee. and the schools they ,
" - - i sit..
ire to attend this year, follows: i Lemuel Smith. Purd-ie university.
Kathleen Allen, University of Texas.
Amstater. University of
Albert Tatum. Wesleyan university.
Tjuiiea W LVAm T,.rHMA vnll-.IV
Margaret Amstater. Iniversity of: Ms.,.h..ett Iost.tnte
hica J of Technology.
Mildred Bishop. University or Texas. Anna w inflDerg. Kanaoipn-jiacon.
iw-i puuuc n.iiui in tjt i-asw last -."..i., ... 1 . .. ;
winter Dr. Clutter is a well known "S01',0" faI1'" B to M,ss YAe cheP-
- . . . n. .... . ! Dard. Durinir iho rnnre. nf th, A.-An.
physician of EI Paso. He will leave in
a few days for Dallas. Accompanying
him will be the male members of the
wedding partv. They are Messrs. Earl
Carver. Ed Hide. Arthur Schuster and
V. C. Joslyn. Dr. and Mrs. Clutter
pard. Durinir the course of the even
ing the guests were favored with sev
eral solo by Brooks Tingle and a read
ing by Miss Betty Mary Smith, follow
ing which refreshments were served
The party was also given as a hand
kerchief shower for Miss Rubv Pons-
will make their future home in El Paso. ford, who leaves soon to enter W'elleslet
A Welcome Visitor.
The men who worked in the
Men and Religious movement
will remember the Rev. J. K.
Browne, who came a week
earlier than the meetings and
did such strenuous work.
They will be glad to hear
that he is apain visiting the
city and will preach morning
and evening at the First Con
The morning sen ice will be
at 11 a. m. and the evening
rvice at 7:45.
Mr. Browne has spent a life
in Turkey and Armenia, the
seat of many present troubles,
and hence great interest at
taches itself to his visit.
Members of other churches
are cordially invited to meet
Mr. Browne again.
THE FIRST CONGREGA
1SQ0 Block. Williams and Rio
A beautiful home wedding occurred
Friday morning at 11-30 at the home
of Mr and Mr W. J White, at 1624
Wheeling street. Highland Park, when
Mrs. A. V Rogers, of San Antonio,
Tex., and G L Rogers, of this city,
were united in marriage by Rev. I. X.
Langston. of the Highland Park Bap
tist church The White home was at
tractivelv decorated with potted plants
and with dahlias and ferns from San
Francisco. The wedding luncheon was
served on a table 'which was decorated
with cut glass. linen and ferns. Those
precent were Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
Wilkinson, of San Francisco. Calif.:
Mrs. M. I. Brooks, Miss Xovie Rogers.
Mr. and Mrs. White, all of El Paco.
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will make their
home in El Paso. i The Rafael Diax and Denton concert
Lieut. Edwin O'Connor, of the 6th ' committee has been busy the past week
cavalry, and Miss Nell Frost, of Sierra I getting In communication with the list
Blanca. were married at 6:30 o'clock i "t patronesses whose names have been
last Wednesdav evening at St. Clem- ' handed in. The committee feel erv
ent's Episcopal church Rev. Henry ; much encouraged One of the leading
Easter performing the ring ceremony, musical artists of the t it informed
Lieut. W. S. T. Halcom. an intimate " committee that Kl Paso was fortu
friend of the groom, acted as best man. ? having Mr Diaz came her. ts
The brido was given in marriage by ! nf ""s a wonderful tenor voice, full
R. C. Love. The bridal party was chap- I ?t.Fn.re?s,on: ,'iv?r Denton, the joun.-
eroned In from Sierra Blanca by Mr.
college. She received many beautiful
nanaKercmers. The hostess was assist
ed in entertaining by her mother. Mr.
S. T. Middleton. her sister. Mr .1 H
Meece. and Mrs. I. J Aie's Among
those present ere Misses Bern Miry '
Smith. Ruby Ponsford. Helen Sampson.
Isabelle Smith. Vivian Pomerov. P.-arl
Ponsford. Lydia Gooch. Elsie Shep-
perd. Mary Heermans. Harriet Heer
mans. Florence Durkee. Mr and Mrs '
I. J. Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. J H Meece. i
Messrs. Thomas F. Webb. Lee Virhr.i i
Umnlre l-imvl Cm...... .:...3l .. r-.,. .
.w,.a .,.,ti-. auiuei jiiiiuiriun, t nas
Goetling. P. M.Woffard. Howard Fo-sett.
pianist, is said to he of excellent abil-
and Mrs. R. C. Love Tuesday morning! "J" . 1" 5f,rIia- Mr' .Denton was
ftT- th. rrclw the hririal mrtr woro ' """ BUUKm joung .American pianist
driven to the Hotel Paso del Norte, i ItV' ?"nf. aIts? fe very nupular in
where dinner was served. Covers were m"i,c!wor,dJr N,,r .ork- n?'1 "
laid for six. Those of the party were r!5tuT Sf VIS .!" ,he'.r. MlJn
-.. j. ., t r. -r .T . ... r. I recitals, and in grand ooera. At nre.
ar. ana jars, it- u. iuve. ueui. . is. ..- wn, j -v-." i? ...,: r
T Halcom. T. D. BealL and th host 1 f"L btb.re New York ""ng an
and hostess. Lieut.
The bride was
going away suit of plum colored broad
cloth - with hat and boots to match.
Lieut, and Mrs. O'Connor will make
Bernlce Brick. University of Texas.
Jessie Belle Blanton, San Marcos.
Geo Blanton, University of Virginia.
Earle Brown. University of Ohio.
Klsle Brown, University of Texas.
Frank Brown. X. Y. Dental college.
Ruth Brown. University of Kansas. j
Loehlin Caffey. University of Mis
..url. Helen Cassldy. Northwestern.
Tom Clements. Texas School of Mines.
I'thel Crawford. Ward Belmont.
Merle Dale University of Texas
Kffie Davev. University of Arizona.
Josephine Dawson. Sophie Newcomb.
M.-ry Dewet. University of Texas.
Vancv Edwards. Northwestern
Tallulah Ellis. California university.
Wayne Garrett. New Mexico univer-
Melba Green. New Mexico Normal.
Mary Hardie. University of Texas.
:-ace Hawkins. Goucher college.
lames Hawkins. California unlver-
Kuby Hill. Randolph -Macon.
Ksther Ingham. California univer
sity. James Kilburn. Carnegie Institute.
Merle Langford. Texas university.
Hilda Light. Colorado university.
Clara Long, California university.
Rebecca Maetxe. Peabodv college or
mderbilt university at Nashville.
nn Magoffin. Brn Mawr.
Ilobert Miller. Notre Dame. Ind.
Ruth Mers. Conservatory of Music.
Mary Nafe. California universitv.
l.lojd Peticolas. California university.
Carrol Plumb, University of Iowa,
llarrell Putnam. Texas university.
I'a'il Price. California university.
' pal Rev nolds
Ksther Rice.' Hiram college
Alma Savage, California university.
Eugene Womeldorf. Washington and
Eleanor Wright. Sargent's P T.
Robert Wulff Unirersitv of Texas.
Hugo Becker. University of Texas. I
Earl Evans. Colorado School of Mines.
Ruoy Ponsford. Wellesley college.
Rradr for eit Tear.
The fo'lowing students expect to en
ter the University of Texas next year' !
Kathleen Allen. Hugo Becker. Mil
dred Bishop. Elsie Brown, Merle Dale.
Mary Dewev. Harrell Putnam. Robert
N aTex sxott uieesrnvity f(ZK cmfw
Next to Texas university the Univer
sity of California seems to have the
greatest attraction for El Paso high
school students As it requires an aver
age of 80 for entrance. California nat
urallv gets some of the best graduates
The following enter on certificates this
vear Jtrres Hawkins. Paul Price.
Elizibeth Hawkins. Marv Nafe. Clara j
Long. Llovd Peticolas. Tallulah Ellis, r
Ksther Incham. J
Value or Certificates. J
George Blanton enters the Universitv
of Vircini." this vear on his high school
certificates and with a scholarship
Loehlin Caffev expects to enter the
University of Missouri on his certifi
cate. Miss Grace Hawkins enters Goucher
college, in Baltimore, this fall on her
high school certificate.
Kugene Womeldorf enters Washing
ton and Lee university on certificate
Rubv Ponsford Joins her sister In
Wellesley. entering on high school cer
tificate Honors to HI I'.-i.o Girl.
Miss Ruth Moore Morriss was avvard-
t ed the highest prize in Knlish over all
students of Connecticut college Lis
spring. Miss Morriss entered this co
lege at New London. C-nn . last ef
tember on certificate from the Kl 1' is,
1 0ufinq WafclySfm
Join The Vaich Club
r UR Co-operative Watch Club is now open and you are invited to
" come in and investigate our club plan and see the display of
beautiful watches. Briefly stated, under the chib plan you are en
abled to buy any watch you want priced $25 and lower on the at
tractive terms of $3.00 down and $1.00 a week. Higher priced
watches will be sold on a proportionate scale.
You can buy on east) payments at regular cash prices any; style of
Cruen, Elgin, Waltham. Hamilton and Hallmark Watchc on easy
club terms. Join the club and select a Watch for a Chrisiw s present.
Mills and Mesa.
The Jewelers Who Sell "Gruen'
SSA'jr.'EEK J BFFfzB rSrS : 0ul 0f Tou)n Visitors- 1 Dimer- Luncheon?.. Teas
short trip through Colorado, after
which they will be at home for a short
while to friends at Sierra Blanca.
Know that we are the largest import
ers of fine linens in the southwest
Beach's Art Shop. City National Bank
Grand theater. The T.roci. . ' ",s Marjorie Llvesly has as her
he given to the pipe orca fund tor ' .0,,,' 5u,'"t '" couple of weeks Miss
the new high school. Manv social af- I Kdna Price' of Tcson. Ariz,
fairs are being arranged, for this cun- I Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Zivlev. on Frank
cert. Three boxes have been sold at Hn street, have as their guest Mr
this earlv hour. I Zivley's father. D N. Zivley. of
............ ,. .,r. .-peciai Pieaiea Mr and Mr!, A
ar.t,V oavi . iu wear nn ailOOH
Blouses Children s Rompers and Bun
galow Aprons. Miller Made Co.,
Missouri. Phone 187 Adv.
Every Woman Motorist
is invited to make use of
Supplied by this company. Our service cars
are always on duty and it is our special aim
to be of assistance to women motorists.
73(3 ' J' ' V-
Mrs. Maury Kemp entertained with
luncheon on Fridav at 1 oclot k at h
. home in Elm street, complimentarv '
' Mrs. L. M Turner, of l.os Angel. -'
house guest of Mrs Fred J l'eldmati
1 Smilax vines, ferns and nisturtium
! were effectively arranged about the
, ' table. Simple white tards marked th
Middle 1 hii," iZ.-JZ-.. VJ ""SI""? iC.c " quests' places. PL-ices sere laid for
I Run! ! 1' ,5?K5 SS5S.t. " W.rd P"knT. Mesdames L M Turner. F J. Feldman
.i ,. 7 "" - M-. i"""lu remain in Walter D Howe. A. H :oldstein. Kob
the city for several weeks. ert u Holliday. M o. Wright. Charles
Mrs. S H. Liveslv and (mall son. Davis. Lamar Davis. Hugh Whit
from Tucson, are the house guests for ' harles Pomeroy. K ' Sample. W. IL
about two weeks of Mr and Mrs. S. W. j Brown, L ,G Witherspoon, W. L
Liveslv. at their home 512 North San i Toley. W. D. Wise. Geo. LeBaron.
Marcial street. Claiborne Adms. AVili K Marr. I
y t i. r, , . . . ! Davis Mav field and Mioses Alma Jones
Mrs 1 il. Turner, of Los Angeles. ' and v,n jckl-)n.i
who has been visiting with l VJi ana nc Lacklap.l
' Feldman for the past week will leave Mis Storrow Davine Smith, of San
I this afternoon on the Golden Stat" Atonio. Texas, was the honored guest
iimiiea wiin Mr. Keldman. fot New ' v "inner pmij ai iac nume ui j--
, 4un .irs. narirs ieaveii. in Jiannai
I tan Heights, given by Mrs. Leave!!, on
rndaj. Miss Smith is the sister ant
And tell us your tire troubles. One of our
red service cars will reach you as quickly
as the speed limits permit.
SUJT tiTltTIT MFt CQ j
We Reaode! and Clean Them.
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The Only Manufacturing Furriers
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Rooms y-3ll linehirr Uulldlng.
OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT
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York, where they will visit for a short
T. G. Harlin and Mrs Grare
l-n.. o.i .n,,n j...u.. .; .T1 1 i """ Kue-i oi jirs uiinonre Aiiams.
k:. h..r ,. 2 r' rnra"ne ! 1 ollowing the luncheon, the guests'
Koons. have returned to Nebraska. ' gathered in the living room, where !
vvhere thev nill make their future ' the spent the afternoon. Above the,
nome Thev nave spent a out a year table was suspended a golden yellow '
as the house guests of Mrs N C. Mur- ' shade In the center of the table was i
r. in EI Paso a loose cluster of vellow asters.
around which was grouped lighted yel- I
low canrtles in Mlver holders, shaded j
with ellow silk shades. Miniature
hats filled v ith alters were used as
place rards Places were laid for ten. t
niiuuing me nostes.
UNITED STATES TIRES
"Mightier Than the Road."
Phone 7007. Texas at Kansas.
D. C. BOOTH, Manager.
Mrs J. S Lillaru. en route to her
home in Fort Worth, stoitneri over for
a short visit with her sister. Mrs. S. L
Davis, at her home on Franklin street.
I Mis Llllard and her son, Rov. have
I been spending the summer on the coast.
nert ner son entered the Stanford
university at Palo Alto Cal.
The 500 party formed bv Mrs. V. A.
Pacettl. at the home of Mrs Charles
Iietdrick on San Antonio street, on
Iriday afternoon, was a good sixed
one. The name selected bv the mem
bers for the new club was the "Jolly
."00 Club. Following th fAPMatlnn
j of the club, games were slaved, an-1
later refreshments served The next
meeting of the club will be on Tuesdav
of next week at the home of Mrs. H.
D Hammah. 1900 Arizona street The
members of this club are Mesdames
V A. Pacetti. Charles Hei.lriek H. D.
Free Catalogue and Full Partialan
N. L. M0REY, D. D. S.,
Siafe Denial College
Fl Paso ':xtt3
PASO DEL NORTE
At the First Methodist Episcopal
church on Friday evening, chaplain
John T. Axton entertained the mem-
lrs of the circle No ". with an in-
terestins illustrated lei ture on Japan
! "An evening in Japan' was ihe title
of his address. Following the lecture
Miss Anna Itlnn ii-rnmnaniMl hv her
sister. Miss Matilda ;on. both daugh-
i, i naiiiain .ivian. sang one se
lection from "Madam Butterfly." The
lecture told of the mannerisms and
life of the Japanese and the pictures
showed the scenes and people of Japan
Following the lecture the hostesses of
the evemne-. the niemhers of , !rrle five
: In rharirp nt Ur MKia.i V !.-, An
Hammah. B. J Bartholomae. A. J. Hall. ' tertained the sruests A narlv of siv '
M. Hoi ford. A. E. Mackie. W R. ! young Eirls in Jinmw i-iKe's u-nl I
The Thomas School
SIB WM A1E.
All grades below High Schoo'
taught in regular school hours
Night classes for those employed
during the dav
Children carefullv trained in
habits of industrv ami attention.
tlHC.IMV TI1IIM. PRINCIPAI-
IS THE PLACE TO ENJOY A
lOOL, DELIGHTFUL EVENIN&
8 TO 11 P. M.
Tuesday. Thursday ana Saturday.
G. Schwenker. F T. ! tea in Japanese style to those present. !
A. Wallace and W. Wil-
M'cddlnc Invitations engraved in HI
I'nso; alsj visiting cards and an
nouncements. Latest styles. Place
ards and stamping stationery. El
Paso Printing (.. los Mnln .St. Adv.
They were Misses Hazel Spence. Kdn.i
Pntchett. Dorothy Parker. Coral Bias.
Kleanor Price and Madeline Blrney.
1 Th. c,., . k ' AKMY AU M AC UEMX I
IS .C"1 'f,,r,,,!l 'undine the bilnj dars. the ont-of-door sports on lirl and ses I
I what coul.i -urpas th-. advaataces for a bov 3 schooling The AcaJ-mr Is ST I
accredited . West IV nt. L' S. Bureau of Educatok It emoha"-? Coriitlin I
; ,i... 1., .,!....
I 11 Mil ill ll'iMllllSII
for that gift? Beach's Art Shop. Citv
National Bank Bldg. Adv.
Have You PYORRHEA?
After Looking Around
ou Tsill mae us a call il mill be easy to
convince you that a Fischbein Suit Tailored
for You Individually has the Style and Ex
clusiveness you are looking for.
Tailored Suits Are Different.
2nd Floor City Nat'l. Dank Bldg.
Bad hreith vai hlse4!ug gums ara
sj mptoms of Pyorrhea.
In addition to recognized modes of
treatment we have our own meth
ods. Under ordinary conditions the
necessary process of scaling Is very
painful. However, by our new
method It is absolutely painless.
Note (Emetine, spenf.c for Pyor
rhea.) Do not let .o-ne cheap D D
H xiva you this extremely peiuttar
drug It requires "iUI expe-ieme
and practice I hae had both In
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Parlors, corner El Paso and Sin
Antonio streets, over Savings Bank
Newly renovated old First National
ll..nr- S to ". Sundav-s. 9 to II
Two ladv attendants. Spanish and
Germ in Spoken.
You arc never in doubt about
the protection of your valu
ables when you place them in.
our Vault it is Fire and Bur
For the sira'l sum of $250
and up per year, you can rent
a Safe Deposit Box here.
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El Pa.-o, Texas.