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8 STonflay, February 1.9, 191T.
MR. AND MRS. J. G. McNARY ENTERTAIN
GRAND OPERA STARS AND LOCAL
PEOPLE AT SA TURD A Y NIGHT SUPPER
AFTER the opera Saturday night
Mr. and Mrs. James Graham
McNary entertained at supper
n the private dining room of the Paso
del Norte in honor of Miss Sarame
Raynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rablnoff.
and more than 30 members of the
Boston National Grand Opera company,
including all the principal artists, the
decorated with La France roses and
smilax. The menu, served very in
formally, comprised a large variety ot
delicious salads, cheeses, relishes, con
fections, and more solid viands, with
a wide enough choice of beverages to
suit every taste in the very cosmo
As for conversation, it was carried
on in Italian. Spanish, German. English,
or French: all the opera folk have
perfect command of English and many
of them speak Spanish also. It was
Cardui Built Up Her Health
And Strength So She CobM
Do Her Work
orchestra conductors, and the manag-
-ng director's staff. Other guests in- i a merry company in truth, and
eluded MaJ. Gen. Pershing and a num- ; time passed all too quickly,
ber of other El Paso music lovers who The host and hostess, to whose ef
greatly enjoyed this opportunity to , forts mainly is due the coming of the
meet the visiting musicians in an in- Boston National company to this city
formal friendly way. j and the success of two seasons of opera
The tables, in the form of a hollow ; here, were given a hearty toast. all
square, were beautifully appointed and ' the guests standing, after Mr. McNary
, had appropriately voiced El Paso's
, welcome. Mr. Rabinoff abdicated in
favor of his charming wife, who made
, a pretty little address in appreciation
1 of El Paso's hospitality and the un
failing kindness and friendliness of
the evening's hosts.
W. H. Burges and other El Pasoans
spoke with sincere appreciation of the
perfection with which the operas are
presented by this splendid company,
and expressed the desire that there
be no break In the series now so aus
piciously bepun. There was more than
formal recognition of the visiting
artists, and throughout the evening the
sentiment of good fellowship and more
Intimate personal acquaintance was
dominant. It was a real western wel
come and Godspeed such as El Paso
finds It most natural to extend to her
One after another the various prin
cipals were called upon, and each in
turn made some pretty and apt
response. An impromptu dialog between
madam iiana uay ana juaggie xeyie
miraculously convalescent alter Aiimi s
fatal illness of a few hours previously)
caused much amusement. Miss Teyte
(Scotch-Irish. English born), when
called on to speak, gracefully passed
the responsibility to madam Gay, ot
Spain, who all too modestly hesitated
to assume it. whereupon Miss Teyte
stood and lifted her glass, saying:
"Madam Gay. will you please rls?"
"Sorely, as "you aay." said the Spanish
"Did yon hear the opera latt night"
"I did, -with pleasure."
"What did you think ot the slngine"
"It was beautiful, magnificent," responded
madam Gay. bubbling over with aniuee
ment at the audacity of her Interlocutor.
"EI Paso, la It not a fine city"
"Superb." came the ans-wer.
'Ton have been here before?
"Happily, yes '
"Are not tbes good friends of oars hero
excellent company and generous hosts?"
'Delightful beyond ray power to express."
"Is it not a great pleasure lo sing for
audiences so appreciative and warmly re
sponsive as these EI Paso people are?"
"It Is Joy Indeed."
"Do you not feel rewarded for hard work
now that you know we are being Judged by
our art alone? Is not appreciation on the
part of a sensitive audience the best en
couragement to our more earnest effort"
"You speak truly."
"Do you love rnc"
"As my own."
"Are you glad we came to SI Paso this
"It has been the greatest pleasure we
Sunshine and Shadow; The Sick
and the Well in the Hospitals
E. PIPER, who has been sick for
a. short time at Hotel Dleu. ie
much better now.
William Sibley is doing well now.
after being ill for some time.
Mrs. I.ea W. Merrill has returned to
her home, after a brief illness.
I R- E. Toung Is progressing nicely
toward recovery, after a short illness.
Miss Loretto Oelone. who has been
111 for about two months, is Improving
Antonio Palma, of Juarez, is very ilL
Mrs. J. S. Thompson Is making good
progress toward recovery from her
W R PnrtM nf T9:c vAn ...I.
I Was ill for a Short tirn.' has rnwvnvH
have had vet."
jhall we come again neat year? I sufficiently to leave the hnsnital
"Seguramente." said madam Gay. with i George C. Tavlor is much hotter (rnm
emphasis, and the two Impromptu humor- j h i s illness.
aralnea their glasses. The interview Mrs. C. L. Hlrrin hn ,,nrf.e-en
was a huge success.
Other speakers for the opera com
pany expressed their keen apprecia
tion of the responsiveness of the El
Paso audiences, for. as Thomas Chal
mers said, the audience has just as
much responsibility for the success or
an operation recently. Is recuperating
Miss Genevieve Harrison is gaining
strength steadily, following her recent
Morton Levy, who was operated upon
Etowah. T-enn. "About a years
go." writes Mrs. Lillle Carden, of this
place, "I first took Cardui. Dr. said
I was suffering with ulceration . . .
turned over to one side. I
suffered great pain in lower abdomen
and back. For 1 or 2 years the . . .
had been Irregular and came about
very 2 weeks, and I suffered great
pain. Would cramp so I couldn't get
up and do my work. Sometimes the
... would last 4 or 5 days and come
too much, which seemed to cause me
to suffer -very much. I would be up
and down m the bed for 4 or 5 days.
When JPd take the 'Jardul through the
period, the . . . would be less and not
last eo loag only something like I ;
days. s,nd tb suffering would be en
My health had sot rundown and the
Cardui woukt biriH up my health and
strength and Vep me going and out of
bod. so I could do my work. It hurt
to even sweep my floor when I
began It. but got so I could do the
most of my work, and I dld'nt suffer
any more, had no more cramps."
Cardui, the woman' tonic, has proven
Its efficacy in the treatment of -womanly
troubles. Try it Adv.
ss u.- .. i,., j . -
en r i . V. t unit; i uuinK well.
clrry whi trk tahSff tt. , nfentherfTor'mTS
"if Bo'h6!",- V? rmnariroU8eTexas I JI" Vpucketi tosover
gaud'o'fft! Amar,"- iar'e?rinyrtt0..,rern ,0 hme-
wee'iforTohwaKVngfra"" ! jT's'lrea and returned
"AnUrth? El PaoanrwhhVlped j 2 MOntna 9treet a
to make the opera folk feel quite at , M r Hostron underwent a slight
operation recently and Is doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Burges. Mr. and Mrs.
TV. D. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Holll
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. H Goldstein. Mr and
Mrs. F. G. Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
Andrews. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Krakaner. Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Raster. Miss Marguerite
Buckler. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Marr. MaJ.
Gen. John J. Pershing. Bichard F. Burges.
H. D. Slater. Dr. C. C. Toung and Ous l
Al The Opera.
Jlr. and Mrs. James Graham McNary
had as their box guests at the perform
ance of "La Boheme" at the Texas
Grand theater Saturday night. Mr. and
Mrs. Joshua S. Raynolds and Gen. John
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Turney enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. James Graham
McXary and Gen. J. J. Pershing in a
box party at the "La Tosca." perfor
mance. Mrs. B. F. Hammett had as her box
guests at the "La Tosca" performance
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Farrar. Mesdames
H. H. Stark. A. II. Congdon and E. V.
V. M. Martin is netting alone: verv
Mrs. Paul Vogt. of Alpine. Tex.. Is
Mrs. R. E. P. Warden, of Carrlzozo.
X. M.. is much improved, after her
Thomas Henderson Is making a good
recovery from his illness.
Miss Catherine Smith is 111. but has
Mrs. R. Rubin is doing nicely, fol
lowing an operation.
Mrs. L. T. Treader and her bahy
daughter are both getting along well.
The baby's birth occurred Wednesday.
The Sick nt Providence- HonlaI.
Mrs. Harry Kane is quite sick at
t Providence hospital.
Mrs. W. T. r"aviness is doing well.
aftr an operation she recently under- I
Mrs. D. A Greiminirer. of San Simon.
Ariz., who whs recently operated upon.
THE THOMAS SCHOOL
516 MESA AVE.
Regular school work for pupils of
the first eight grades.
Personal instruction in all grammar-grade,
high-school, and colle
VIRGINIA TnOMAS. Principal.
Third Annual Herald Cooking
School Opens Next Saturday
GOLDEN COW BUTTER SHOP
209 Mesa Aye.
fcxt to Kreaa's
HE third annual cooking school
under the auspices of The El
Paso Herald -will open in the au
ditorium of the Women's club next
Saturday afternoon, less than a
week away. Mrs. Edna 3. Evans will
again be In charge of the school and a
letter from her states that she will be
vry glad to meet her many El Paso
friends again. Mrs. Evans conducted
cooking schools for The Herald In 1915
and 1916 and Is no stranger to El Paso
ans. Mrs. Evans has had long experience
In dealing with women's problems.
both from the standpoint of teacher of
domestic science and cooking and as a
lecturer in all parts of the country. She
stresses particularly the arts of cook
ing that have to deal with the prepara
tion of the simpler. less expensive
forms of food, the varieties that must
find their way most often onto the ta
bles of those women whose circum
stances compel them to scrutinize close
ly the workings of their kitchens, even
if thev do not actually have to do their
In many cities where the series of
lectures has been given, it has been de
clared by the women that thev derived
great benefit from the suggestions and
neips given mem In tie demonstrations. '
The lecturer will show the actual I
processes of mixing, preparing and sea- !
soning foods, explaining the method and
the wherefore of each step. How to
H. L. Marchman, who was ill during
the past week, has recovered and re-
lurnra to nis nome.
B. R. Billimore. who has been very
111 with pneumonia, has Improved con
siderably. M. P. Moore, who was ill for some
time in the hospital, recovering from
several fractured ribs, the result of a
bad fall, has recovered enough to re
turn to his home. 1489 Rio Grande
W. M. Wynn has recovered from
pneumonia and left the hospital.
Jack Keone. of RIsbee, Ariz, is much
Improved. He has been quite ill with
Gus Paulson Is steadily Improving.
He has been quite sick with the grip.
Mrs. J. Schwartz, of Polk avenue, is
recovering nicely from an operation.
Mrs. Sam Ostrantler. of 1303 Arizona
street, who recently underwent an
operation, is much better.
Dr. J. J. Walker, of ItoswelL N. M..
is doing very well. He was hurt rather
severely in a recent automobile acci
dent. T. W. Angler is getting better stead
ily. He wae operated upon about two
Arthur M. Elliott is slowly improv
ing from an attack of the grip.
Mrs. H. A- Baron has Jeft the hos
pital for her home, much better after
A. S. Hixson. who has been ill since
early in January, is improving.
Mrs. J. W. Brooks Is improving. Her
recover is very slow on account of the
severity of her burns. She has been
in the hospital many weeks. She is
from Fort Hancock, where her hus
band is stationed with the Georgia
Nevel Hartsfiled, of Tularosa, X. M..
who was ill for some time with pneu
monia, has recovered and returned to
Mrs. It. E. Ingalls has improved
enough to return to her home, 806
Mrs. George W. Doty has regained
sufficient strength, following her re
cent operation, to return .o her home.
Patients at Ilolaton Hospital.
Mrs. Carl J. Carleton underwent a
serious operation Saturday at Rolston
hospital. She is doing as well as may
Mrs. Kussell Ramey and her baby
daughter are progressing very nicely.
Dr. C. P. Austin Is very ill. follow
ing an operation.
Mrs. George L. Cook, who underwent
i operation last week, is doing well.
Mrs. Minerva C. Drake, of Boston. Is
Your Country Needs You
Every person can do his part by joining
the American Red Cross. Member
ship costs but $ 1 a year. Call at Red
Cross headquarters, 222 Mesa Ave.,
and join TODAY!
I flH Be Patriotic Be Humane a
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Food Souring Causes Indigestion,
Gases, Heartburn-Pape's Diapepsin
Instant Belief ! Neutralizes acid in stomach, stopping
dyspepsia, pain, belching It's fine!
has recovered sufficiently to leave the i sick with the grip.
hospital the last of the week. She j Mrs. William Jefferson Deavltt and
will remain in HI Paso for a short time. I her baby daughter are doing very well
before returning to her home and will i indeed. They expect to return to their
be a guest at Hotel Ornodorff. I home about Wednesday.
Mrs. S. Haderer is ill at the hospital, j Mrs. T. A. Ellis is Improving after a
W. B. Chenoweth. who was ill for a J recent operation,
short time, following an accident, has j Mrs. A. Jacks and her baby daughter
recovered and returned to nis nome. i are doing nicely.
bake, how to cut meats to make them
tenderest. the best cuts to be obtained
for the monev. the uses of the odds and
ends in making delectable and whole- j The baby's birth occurred a week ago
Mrs. Olive Krull has recovered from
her recent operation and left the hos
pital. Mrs. George E. Reinburg and her
baby daughter are progressinz satis
factorily. Mrs. Reinburg is the wife
or Capt. Reinburg. or the third areo
squadron at Fort Sam Houston. Tex.
some dishes, will all be treated of
The women who attend the course
of lectures are urged to come pre
pared to make copies of the recipes and
suggestions that Mrs. Evans will offer.
Xotebooks will come In handy and the
recipes will be so given that every
woman who cares to may take away
with her a permanent record for future
reference. Each day's lecture will treat
of a different subject, the whole course
being compounded In such a manner as
to furnish a complete six-course intel
lectual dinner upon cooking subjects,
telling the women how to prepare their
own modest one. two and three-course
dinners so it will show up to to best
The school will continue for a week.
Sunday being an "off day." The well
known Van Surdam orchestra, whose
selections were a feature of the first
two schools, has been engaged to fur-
msn music each afternoon.
Miss Cleo Wilbur has Improved suffi
ciently from her illness to return to
her home, 49 Victoria apartments.
Mrs. A. D. Clardy is ill at the hos
pital. J. W. Hale, who was hurt slightly In
an accident a week ago. is improving
Mrs. E. G. Howe and her baby daugh
ter are getting along very satisfac
torily. Thomas Hoy. who has baen 111 for a
number of weeks with a fractured hip,
is improving steadily.
B. Jernigan. of Lordsburg. X. M..
continues to improve. He has been ill
You don't know uhat upset your
stomach which portion of the food did
the damage do you? Well, don't
bother. If your stomach is in a revolt:
if sick, gassy and upset, and what you
Just ate has fermented and turned
sour; head dizzy and aches; belch gases
and acids and eructate undigested food;
breath foul, tongue coated just take
a little Rape's Diapepsin to neutralize
acidity and in five minutes you wonder
what became of the indigestion and
Millions of men and women today
know that it Is needless to have dys-
Franklin school, who has been 111 for
several weeks. Is still quite sick.
Mrs. S. P. Baynes has returned to
her home, recovered from her recent
Miss Margaret Xicholson, who was
quite ill with the grip, has recovered
and left the hospital. She Is now visit
ing in noenix. Ariz, for a short time.
Te-:;a. A litlle Diapepsin o-... i
keeps the stomach sweetened, and the
eat their favorite foods without feai-i
If your stomach doesn't take care ol
your liberal limit without rebellion.
your food is a damage instead of a
help, remember the quickest, surest,
most harmless antacid Is Pape's Diat
pepsin which costs only fifty cents fo
a large case at drug stores. It's truly
wonderful it stops food souring and
sets things straight, so gently anq
easily that it is really astonishing
Tour stomach will digest your meals i
you keep aci:s p.-'urralized. Adv.
for a number of months with eye j before returning to her home.
Dan Mathews, who sustained a
broken leg in a recent accident, has
improved sufficiently after a two
weeks" -iay in the hospital to return
to his home.
Mrs. E. A. Montenyohl Is recovering
rapidly and may be able to leave the
hospital soon. She has been ill for a
Glover, of Hurley, X. M.. who I long time.
been sick with rheumatism. Is ( J. W. Peacock Is 111 at the hospital
About El Pasoans.
The First Step
to establish credit is a substan
tial banking connection.
Young men and firms starting
in business will find special ad
vantages in making this Bank
Checking Accounts are in-
Mr. and Mrs. Xathan Feder are now
located at their new home. 2519 Grant
avenue, where they will bo at home to
County clerk W D. Greet, who re
cently returned from California, Is
progressing well towards recoveiv. The
old injury sustained in a fall" in a
Hotel Sheldon elevator, was rinpnH
j today, but the trouble Is pronounced
By RUTH MONRO AUGUR.
much better now. I Mrs. Otto G. Pitz and her baby
Earl Touart. of the central fire sta- ! daughter are progressing nicely. Mrs.
tion. who w:rs Injured in the El Paso J Pitz Is the wife of Lieut. Pitz of the
Sash St Door company fire run. a week . Seventh infantry. The baby was born
ago Sunday, has recovered and left the , February 13.
hospital. I . Mrs. F. II. Richard-, of Mogollon. X.
J. W Bennett, who has been quite i M. Is making good headway toward
si. k, is much bettor. recovery from a recent operation.
Mrs. J. F. Fmdlay. of Las Cruees. i B. R Robertson, who was recently
X. M.. who has been ill for a long j operated upon, is much improved In
time, following a rather serious opera- condition.
tion. lias greatly improved during the , E. L. Smith is ill, but has improved
past week. I a bit since coming to the hospital.
C. Ji. Fouche is somewhat better. , Mrs. Carrie B. Taylor 1 making slow
He has been ouite ick with the grip. progress toward recovery. She Is suf-
Mrs K. It. Dishman. wife of Capt. faring from a fractured hip.
Disbman. of the First Kentucky In- I K. J. Pollard has returned to his
fantry, has rfcovered from a short ill- home, recovered from an operation,
ness and returned to her home. j G S Ttezler has recovered from an
Ed atson-has returned to his home. I operation and returned to his home.
Arthur Mosley has recovered from
an operation and returned to his home
on Bliss street.
cnarles w atts. who was ill for a
short time, has recovered and returned
to his home.
Bennett Boyd, who was operated
upon last week, has recovered and re
turned to his home
Mrs. J. Shepps. who was ill for some
time, has recovered and left the hos
pital. Walter White returned to his home
Saturday, much improved in health,
after his short illness.
Mrs. Ola Ware, who recently under
went a serious operation, has recovered
sufficiently to leave the hospital.
J. A. Meadows of Durango, Colo.,
who has been sick for some time, has
recovered and returned to his home.
Raymond McBride underwent an
operation Saturday and is progressing
as well as may be expected.
Mrs. Jesse Thompson, of Columbus.
X. M- who has been ill for a few
weeks, following an operation, has
sufficiently regained her health to re
turn to her home.
Mrs. J. P. Darr has recovered and
after a week's illness.
returned to her home. 125 Eucalyptus
Miss Hazel Welch, a teacher of tho street, following a recent operation.
Notable School Experts Address
El Pasoans On Educational Tooics
. ' i
f PI P, T.,
OTJ can't talk to Seumas Mac-
Maiius and fail to understand
why it is that the Irish have
continued their opposition to the Brit
ish for so many centuries. The spirit
that has made the Irish people rebels,
burns itself in his very souL For in
stance, when he was discussing the
efforts of the Irish to revive the use
of the Gaelic language, ho declared
that this Is but one or the methods
of the people and he sai.i u with
j such fervor that you could see he Is
no mere rjasjdro friend nr t m
i ont?cnt-stDir?th0ThBtthe r" -" -enfng'w SX.
! otic spirit that is unquenchable" i ter before
among the Irish people.
"England has In every way pro
scribed the language and has put every
mnarance on its use. he said. For
years England would not permit let-
tee for El Paso and surrounding ter
ritory. The appointment was made
by Mrs. E. O. Spencer, of San Antonio,
president of the state V. D. C. Miss
Decca Lamar West, of Waco, who Is
quite well known here, is the general
chairman of the state for this wort
a"d Mrs. C. B. Stone, of Houston, the i morning they addressed the teachers
wai. man mi. una uisincL rne nigh
way which is being built through the
ii wi rne state, is to be a
memorial of Mr. Davis.
Grand opera performances seemed
to inspire El Pasoans to don their
gala raiment last week. I don't re-
meinoer ever seeine so mini hanri
RS. MILTOX P. HIGGIXS. vice
president of the Xational Con
gress of Mothers and Parent-
Teachers' associations, and Miss Lucy
Wheelock. president of the Kindergar
ten Training school of Boston. Mass.,
who are lecturing through Texas, un
der the auspices of the national bureau
of education, spoke on educational
matters Saturday, before the teachers I was verv informal and almost every'
and social workers of the rity. In the "e. attending participated in the gen-
crai aiscussiun ot me topics, brought
7Cl ' of the CI,r school " the high school decided by the teachers that the prin-
r.uditorium. Miss Wheelock discussed i cipal of each school should issue a call
modern methods in child education and vhe,h1nTfoVmf prec'Tsso"
Mrs. Higgins spoke of the school ver- j ciations.
sus home responsibility in tho child's j Sunday Mrs. Higgins and Miss Whee-
education. Mis Hiiririns nartlcnlarlv ! " " CI einnnivwiiiK on a. motor
and urged that visiting nurses be em
ployed for our city schools W. M. Mar
tin, of the Rockefeller foundation, dis
cussed the need of sanitation education
among the Mexicans. Mrs. Empress Ar
rington. principal of the Morehead
school, formerly the Sunset school, and
Mrs. George Brunner. president of the
Tarent-Teachers' association of this
school, talked in praise of the work
done by the association for the school
and the school children. The meeting
The Ninth Kentucky field artillery
will always be pleasantly remembered
by a little group of women in appre
ciating nf ita ir.ii.fn... . .
P,ll .TZU"hJhe Ptofnces of week. The women, who were Mes-
s ;r b: .j" ":.ri,mJ.s J- .;..an1- j- i- Adims. h.
- .. ... .j.. . ...... ..in ; v . triune ana
: to use to stamp out the language. I
1 wish the American people could un
derstand what Ireland has had to bear
Trom Kngiand. T am grieved to find
that th majority of American senti
ment throughout the country has been
in lavor oi r.ngianu. in tnis most re
cent outbreak of patriotism In Ire
B"ing a mountaineer born and
.-aiiie jonnson. or tarrizozo. X. M.,
were motoring to El Paso in their au
tomobile. Some distance beyond Fort
Bliss they came across the Kentucky
artillery, which completely filled the
road ahead of them. The women ex-
peciea jo nave to poke along behind
It's a Fact
Biliousness, Nausea, Diz
ziness, Drowsiness, Head
ache, Loss of Appetite,
of Dyspepsia anil Dis
ordered Stomach are un
of a diseased or morbid
condition of the Liver
and Bowels and should
be relievedwithout delay
Leant for yourself.
Buy a box today.
urged greater interest on the parents"
part in the schools and greater co
operation with the teachers.
At noon Mrs. Higgins and Miss
Wheelock were the guests of honor at
a luncheon, given in the high school
cafeteria. Mrs Inez Parker, super
visor of th primary work of the city
schools, was the chairman of the lunch
eon meeting. Miss Elizabeth Bacon
gave a humorous reading. Superin
tendent R. J. Tighe talked on the
growth of the primary schools. Miss
Wheelock spoke of the correlation of
the kindergarten and primary depart
ment work. Mrs. R. J. Tighe discussed
the mother as a primary teacher in the
home. W. A. Burk. supervisor of man-
arts in the s hools. talked on the
trip about El Paso and Juarez bv Mrs.
J. A. Rawlings. who knew Miss Whee
lock 10 years ago. when Mrs. Rawlings
was actively engaged in primary de
partment school work. At noon Mrs.
Rawlings entertained the visiting
women with an informal dinner, at
ner nome on Lee street The other
guests were Miss Hazel Damon, of the
El Paso School for Girls, who was a
former pupil of Miss Wheelock's
school: Miss Olga Tafel. one of the
principals of the School for Girls, and
Mrs. George Routledge. former state
treasurer of the Mothers' Congress of
Advantage of Roofless
A f h . J LJ t . "". CIOUt I use of manual training.
of h tilE ..1, "." ""l ?me-. Ubsed harmonious cooperation be-
reared. Mr. MacManus naturally is most: wnr.l on ,,. (, ,Si; " I tween mothers' clubs and schools. Miss
at home In a mountain countrv and ,r,w,i t r , 1 .T "-i,. "L- Catherine Gnrbuti talked on EI Paso's
! of all the states of the union he nre- car m t ,iai. . problem, the Mexican children. Mrs.
! fers California first and Colorado sec- '
-vile from Ireland now. on account of ' dancing, both for iU own beauty and tevens representing the school board. m honor of her stater" Mri Rav Fui
! his pro-Irish sentiment. "I was a I for ill beneficent narY in i ' ?Poke of ,he city schools. Seumas Mac- ".
71emmi L. Matkin discussed 'primary
I department efficiency. Charles 15-
Just use. your common reasoning,
and look ot these too pictures
rne acranroxe are not to much a
xr root but
I Io not slip when eatlnc orn on
cob, etc jls tbe .oreragre is cot tn"re.
Ca.n be pat In lmmediat-ly After
extraction u tbere la no roof to bold
them they so up witb the iruiai
s rlne a. permanent fit you could not
p -slb!r set In any other plate.
4. UaturaUy they can be made to
fit any mouth, slb the roofdeep,
shallow, flat doea cot bare anythlnz
:i do with them.
Tc are the only Sew Syntem Den
rrt In th Southwest OXLV tfaker
oi thla plate.
Do not let aome cbeap dentist mta
ead yoT?. They cannot use this pat-
r process. Try It yourself our
guarantee Is worth something, and
bi plate la iru&ranted for life
DE SAME DAT AS ORDERED
New System Dental Co.
Cor- 3 I'mo and San Antonio St.
toss street from entrance to Flotej
"aso del Norte. 2 lady attendenta.
ranlsh and German spoken. Hours
' -ri oen Saturday eTeainr
S la? mornlnca
The Saturday Luncheon Bi tils' club
iv 1 11 be entertame.i bv Miss Lueilf
Smith on March 3. at her home on
I North Kl Paso street.
Mrs. Charles L. Levy entertained
with a bridce artv at the tea rooms
Oil Montana jtr-t SnfurtiAv 9fttrnn.m
wne oi tne features of tht approach-
liir Vlif S rohnnl K1T& r .
;t I.re,a'"1(?0'-many,yfare traininp. is anticipat,nK eagerly the fSkeS' on e?l ucational work. Mr Ma?" her Spring flowers decorated the ta" 2 at the new hiRh school auditorium
vour ,Ll !;, hf cont,m,"J- Every ninp "Ballet of Flowers." which is t for some time prof esMrSf bles- 1,380,1 uest was Presented with will .be the toe danclnc to be performed
i,,",? J1".'" a worker for Ire-, to be siven by the Birls of the hiRh i pnHsh at -ot?IT n-iTe univitv a conR bouquet of violets. Mrs. J. by Misses Anne Helen Koch Dorothy
land is a marked man and nverr move school nhmii t,.:.... .i . ... r.n-,iisn at ,oire name university. x. -c-a-i;--.- ., . Mith.ii -j to.i ' TiT" .
. ' Ifcc 1 IV. I ' -.....i. 1. ma)
nd prixe. Mrs. ! have been trained in a class, privately.
Miss Ansrleys "Vivian and Henson
Fetters were married Sunday night at
the home of Rev. Ed L. Mlllican In
East El Paso. Mr. and Mrs. Fetters
will make their home in Columbus. K.
M. The couple were unattended.
Mrs. Ruby May Howell and Henry
W. Giffen were quietly married b
Rev. Ed. J. Millican. at his home In
Eaet El Paso. Miss Harriett P. John
son was maid of honor and H. H
Brewer was the best man. 'With the
couple were also Miss Mabel Wayland
and Miss Anna Wilson.
Miss Florence Dee Boykin and David
D. Davidson were quietly married Sat
urday evening at the home of Rev.
"harles L- Overstreet. in the Carusso
apartments. Rev. Mr. Overstreet of
ficiated. E. H. Kerr and Miss Lee Arm
strong were the attendants. Mr. and
Mrs. Davidson will make their home in
Miss Emma Smith, of Central City, j
Ky.. and A. B. Christian, or El Paso. !
will be married Thursday, at the home !
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. i
George Smith, in Central City. Miss j
Smith Is the sister of Mrs. V. H. Law
ton, of 2S0S Gold street. Mrs. Lawton .
and Mr. Christian left El Paso Sunday !
for Central City to attend the weddlnc;. I
Mr. Christian and his bride will visit
in ew Orleans and the east before
cominfr to El Paso. They will make
their home with Mr. and lln Tjiwtnn
Add Country Club dinners . ! The Orrine treatment for breaking ua
Miss Cora Mav Clark, of Toledo. O.. i thf Drink Habit can be used with ab
and Capt. Roy R. Stewart, adjutant of ! sp'ute confidence. It destroys all de
ih. ctvth rk.; i., ! sire for whiskev - nth.. i
" ..-... i-'inv iiiiaiuij. ii ri r iiuicii;
married .rt-iday night, by chaplain
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
"tt'illiam A. Atkinson, of the Second Ohio
infantry, at the residence of Col. Lloyd
W. Howard, of the Sixth Ohio infantry.
The couple were unattended. The mar
riage was kept a secret until it was
formally announced today. Capt. and
Mrs. Stewart will make their home in
Toledo, after the captain's regiment is
mustered out. In civil life he is a
prominent attorney of Toledo.
I JhetrfuI- upturning their small cold en I through the evening. The
i heads to the happy sky as though they ; her will be the "Tanhauser
I were saying "thank you" for th- mere : march. The orchestra is re
-' - . -"v - - , ...v.... i.iii .hi hi ii i in u ueoarimeiir. i i.- . i- t.
S snadOWCd and PVprv action imtphMl Thu tiallat rlll . i. . . . i - "u 1,1 A'
i c . . . . , - ...... .. ( - ... ' " v uiic ii iiit ivaiures ,
' - a,lnDuKn my nome is , oi tne entertainment to be given by
, still in my native county of Donegal, the hich s. hool early In March in con
I ,.darenot go back since this last up- , nection with a plav. "The Co-Ed" This
rising." piay ig a bright, breezy, snanov col-
K . lese play, full of entertaining situa-
e. Have you noticed the dear little tions and lively action. The high
ui 1 . riii"5 i"r" i" ikui, Kutueii ; ncnuoi orcnesira. wnicn now has a
K i h l : f! 1 out nf tilt. ti.? In hA nnl. . I 1 1. ; ,- ... . .. . ..
i . - , - .in. i'-i i ii mi iiictuucisiuii ui ij, win pi;.y xne oauet
the library sauare? Thev lnolr n ! miici mil .iCa . i
big num- '
ler Pilgrim" .
joy of being alive. . tho iiinr 1 c it..jL. . iM.-ir.cn Kae an account ot tne good
..i . i , aci-nmpnsnea oy visiting nurses in lm
Miss Alma McCrummen. who is a i
! student of the Jf. En-land Conserva- AVe all valiantly swing the hamrm-r.
, nrj .hhsic. cr Boston. Mass.. has knocking the frightful accumulations
i-nna-ju, witn very creaitaDie , or loose papers
kihuc!-. ner miuyear examinations. wind storms swirl around the citv
Miss McCrum nen will sraduate the strwiu t.nt nil Kiier.ii..
the blame How do the papers get on
the streets? We are all too careless
and thoughtless in throwing aside ro
pers, anywhere we may happen to
yet ivhen the wind blows these in
whirlwinds and the paper slap us in
ine xce. we gel georgeously peeved
L. Esslinger won the
Mrs. Sol Kohn the second
S"a 1 11 rtl t ft fturnnnti in th a 11 si n
num of the Morehead school, a meet- i Gdma" reived the consolation
ing of the mothers and teachers of the Rrlze T. 6 guf S 3 'nc,Vd?d 'f8"'?3
. it was held to discuss the work of i ''k' flulto.n- Vn,TFrSnkelu 801 ohn
11.. Parents-Teachers' associations. Mrs. . r.r,s;. J' Bro'nbTS. Harry
Higgins talked on what could be ac- P-"""?1- Berger .Sam Goodman. Vle
complished hv these associations for the ! ?r Carusso. J. TA. Brown and J. L.
benefit of the school child and for in- i Esslinger.
reasmg the interest of the homes in 1
the schools Superintendent II. J. Tighe ! T J J Z-1!,. L
(inducted the meeting and spoke in fa- ! LUUpCii Ulu IUDS.
vfti- nf thin li. a rtf trnrli Alts A Tm,;CA .
...... 1 11 1, 1 ii. ji?, 1 1 1 lii e rra-
iern;u tirotherhood. will entertain its
hol'c stimulants. Thousands have suci
cessfully used it and have been re
stored to lives of sobriety and useful
ness. If you fail to get results from
urrine after a trial, ycur money will be.
Orrine Is prepared in two forms- No.
I. secret treatment; Orrine No 3.
voluntary treatment. Costs only J1.C9
a box. Ask for booklet. Kelly & Pol
lard. Sheldon Hotel.
I DELICATE CHILD
Made Str one Bv Oct Yinol
Fayetteville. X. C. "My little daugb-t
by Mrs. Margaret Kinnon Stevens, who'
declares that they will give the art-
loving pudiic something heretofore un
seen on the amateur stage in El Paso.
Besides these girls, "Pipes of Pan
will be danced by another class of 10.
dressed In flower costumes, the entire
effect intended to be that of a "Ballet
Among the young men who have
been selected t support the solo
dancers are David Hughes ami Jack
uroving the health of the school chil- I " wicimo mis evening in
uren and increasing their efficiency. I ?e. ""- ot Pythias hallwitli a so- f) 1 Af fn.,. T:t:in.r
j -- 1. homro a ii 1 1 uanciiig will oe ' J wwn . iniiuio
lasi or June xrom the conservators-,
completing four years of studv. ..tie
j is a irl of much musical ability and
, promise s -d big things are expected
; of her by her many friends here She
; is the elder daughter of Mr and Mrs.
I L. M McCrummen. of Kl Paso. Mrs
.WrJSA'ieS; Why Stay Fat?
You Can Eeduce
1 hat J. w. Hale's, Exclusive Millinery.
416 X. Oregon St. is the Place. New
Jicc-rnmmen is at present visiting her 1 and wroth .md exnres our nninlnns
iaurhtr in Boston. of the city for permitting such a con-
' dition. Of course the citv might clean
-lr A "iun Mourlck. of the Kobert up the papers better than It does, but!
1. Lee chapter of the I'nited Dauch- that does not remove th.- hlame from !
"T ' " if-derac. re.-e'ved List i the pecnl rf cnr.nsit.lt for throwing 1
"."tn.-.t rh.' r' of Th" p-iiiM-i 1.1. the i e -f the f.'-f I
... ...u. ..... "i.nf iinu 1 uaoirroiu j ann a is uauy. si) les that are un to
t.f..rteth. weight lown. H..wevtr. m Mar-i the minute, out of high rent dlsirlcr
mnla l'r. . riflion Tbl. t.. .11 these difri-. Better values I nirr rl. "-strict
uitii are over.-i.me They are absolutely uelltr values. Lower prices Adv.
harznle.... entail no tlietini; or exertlse. and ! i '
hare the added adrantatse of cheapness. A 'K. , k" "" H to nose lines,
large case Is snld by drugi-lsts at Tic Or if ' !"'' w"nkles. corrected. Superfluous
preferable, thev can be obtained by sendim: iV"r an" ,n"les removed. Mrs Crace
price direet to the Marmola Co. Wood-I """-01-. Buckler Bldg. Adv
wartl Ave Itetrolt. Mich Now that you J
kn in this y ou hare no rxrus.' for bein tool Why "Not
r.- hut .fin r-.lu..- tuo ibrei- ,,r f mr A .Mexn.ui h.lml made 7.raj.. ihlo
. .-.i i .., .th.- r-.r -r h...i ,r-ei , -arf-J.-r". I:..ich- Art shop. i'nv
' VK Nati..nal B.u.k I :i ! lt
Mrs. Sam Weils and daughter. Miss
Frances Wellst nf U-hiln I i.L-n V r
The Time and the Ilnee I are in th, ..i t .ii.. . ... i .i '., '
Now is the lime to buy that spring I Paul W. Mayer, at their home.
Miss Winifred Martin has as her
guest Miss Msrtha Elizabeth Locke
Miss Locke is here from Columbus. .V
M.. where her father. Capt. William K
Oillmore. of the 21th infantr. is sta
tioned. William SiWey, of North Winahair
Conn., who was brought to Hotel Dleu
Jan. II suffering from a serious attack
of pneumonia and other complications
is convalescent, and will leave in a fen
tlavs Mr Sibley Is Tl year old ami
his condition was such that his recnv
erj is considered .. Im.).-.l miraculous.
. .. ii, O.I-.I4
the results were marvelous: her ance-
tite improved, she gained in weight,
and is now one of the healthiest chil
dren in town. Mothers of delicate chil
DON JESSUP VlnoL" MRa GOR-
yiin-01 ,s a tonstitutlonal remedy
which creates an appetite, aids di
gestion and makes pure healthv blo.id
AH children love to take lt Kelly jfc
Pollard. Druggists. El Paso. Texas al-
Texas tons'ff A al
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