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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, Sq.f. 7, 1917.
EL PASO WOMEN OF THE RED CROSS CORPS
MEET PASSING SOLDIERS AT TRAIN WITH
SANDWICHES, PIE AND OTHER DELICACIES
By DOROTHY B. JOIlSiSTON.
AVING faced the problems of re-
I I nunciation with Spartanlike
-a. J- stoicism, by giving with a smile
o ' sons, husbands, brothers ana
- . eetlitarts. El Paso mothers, wives
d s'ters of enlisted men have suc-.-iu!ly
answered the question of
i t hat Is their added duty if you
nut it. you should have been at the
i (. : ctation Thursday evening, as
:. after train of Uncle Sam's re.
-jit came in and were given hot
. sandwiches and pie, served
accompanied genuine interest
.3 a friendly hand clasp.
Tl .s event really marked the debut
: tr-e recently formed Red Cross re-.sh-nent
unit, the members of which.
i the nattiest of uniforms, white
;.rons and veil draped hats, bearing
T,ie insignia or brassard of the organ
zatlon, made their utility" bow in
eeding troops that were passing
hrough the city. Our most popular
rociety buds were vendors of food,
ind leaders in almost every kindly
movement instituted here worked
irelessly over huge "vats" of coffee.
Appreciation! The men in khaki al
most went wild with enthusiasm and
gratitude. And how they enjoyed their
eats. Tne stalwart -oruana. urego
nians, of the engineers corps, who are
oiind for cams ureene. unariotte.
North Carolina, to await further or
ders, showed plainly their Joy in the
treatment given them by the El Paso
women- "Why, It s tne urst attention
we have had since we lext our nomes,
mid An, of the officers of the com
nany. -I wish we oonld stay in El
Paso longer. Ton are wonderful, just
thinie of what von are doing for us.
And think what you are doing," said
one of the mothers who had given her
son. The soldier boy s eyes niiea witn
divine fire If he doesn't find a way
to build a road that leads straight to
tie kaiser, ill miss my guess, ne i
lb, mnrt nf stuff heroes are made of.
despite his dimpled, clear cut boyish
face, and Is going into battle seri
ously not for adventure.
The recruits were hot and tired and
weary when they reached the station,
and ravenously hungry. But they
patiently awaited their turn to De
served, lined uo four abreast with
military precision. Some thought they
had to pay lor me reiresmnenio. uu
were loud in praise for the Red Cross,
for El Paso's femininity and for the
brief respite on their journey.
It was just one naicyon nouaay. ana
the Sammies, as they waved goodbye,
ald all they wished was that every
ine of the women were going to
Good humor abounded, as did loneli
ness, among the troops. One home
Gick boy sat down on his suitcase and
aid In a discouraged voice. "Oh. lady,
f you know of some girl that wants
o get married, send her over to me
l ra so lonesome." One recruit was
labeled, "Fragile handle with care
uonnd for France."
The El Paso refreshment unit gath
ered up postals and letters to mail for
'hem irom mis point, as iney wisnea
ne iigntera lor democracy
speed." Miss Mary Gates Redmond.
Miss Margaret Gething, Miss Alice
Myles, Miss Virginia Akard, Miss Zula
House, Miss Rose Piatt, Miss Valerie
Lorig and all the girls who are al
ways in greatest demand, socially,
were among the best workers of the
younger set. who assisted in serving
the men, 'staying on the Job" from
the arrival or tne first train, nring-Ine-
the Nogales-to-Rockford troops.
until the departure of the last, from
the Paget Sound country, to North
Carolina. Mrs. B. F. Jenkins. Mrs.
Horace A. Lay. Mrs. Joseph H. Hurx
thaL Mrs. Edward C. Hitchcock. Miss
Grace Logan, Mrs. J. C Baliagh, Mrs.
F. D. Scotten, Mrs. E. J. Eittreim and
others of the unit were on hand to
dispense El Paso sunshine and cheer
It is haspltality such as this sub
stantial, cordial, genuine that Is
needed from one end of the country
to the other. The army is made up
of our own sons and, as they are far
away from their own homes, let us
hope that they, too, are sharing in
someone else's thoughtful kindnesses,
such as several hundred received first
hand Thursday, as they passed
through our city, and as all other
troops will find awaiting them here.
The work was all accomplished quiet
ly tne railroad olliclals Had notified
the organization so that preparations
could be made to provide refresh
ments, but few others knew of it.
Among the personnel of the new unit
who will have charge of this partic
ular phase of the Red Cross work (all
of whom are to be uniformed) are:
Captain, Mrs. B. F. Jenkins; first
lieutenant, Mrs. E. C Berry, second
lieutenant. Miss Evelyn Logan; sup
ply sergeants. Mesdames TV. G. Roe.
Fred Knollenberg and S. J. Fennell;
supply corporals. Mesdames J. L.
Campbell, E. Brooke Jones and Burt
Orndorff; mess sergeants. Mesdames
George H. Clements, Horace Lay, J.
Van den Broeck and C S. Hennlng;
corporals. Mesdames Percy McGhee,
HL P. Corbin, J. L. Ely. F. D. Scotten.
L. T. Kibler. J. IL Huffaker, J. P.
Robinson and Frank Turner; distri
bution sergeants. Miss Mary Gates
Redmond and Mesdames Henrv T.
Bowie. F. E. Stevenson and Ponder S.
Carter; corporals, Mesdames Harry
Schutx, J. R. Wilkes, IL G. Clunn, Er
nest Young, Charles Bryan. Joseph
Hurxthal. H. M. Worsham and s. P.
Skinner; information committee, Mrs.
B. F. Jenkins, Miss Grace V. Logan
and lira E. C Berry; aides to mess
sergeants, Mesdames F. J. Williams,
E. J. Eittreim, Thomas O'Keeffe,
Mathews, R. S. Cocke, David Rake
straw, J. C. Ballagn and J. G. Barada,
and Misses Addle Kerr and Florence
Klein; aides to distribution sergeants,
Mesdames S. a Birchfield. H. L. Rob
inson, I J. F. Clutter. Charles Batseh,
-H. anchez and Josepn M. rsealon
volunteer aides, Mesdames B. R.
Roach, F. S. Logan. W. A. While,
G. A. Martin. Elizabeth Johnson,
Caryl Hill, a V. Yount. a P. Rich
ards. W. J. Quigly, E. A. Akard. M. E
Jones, W. R. Ilaynes, J. B. Kennedy,
I. I. DriscolL F. E. Beecher. A. W.
DePew. Frederick L. Douglas and N.
in. ftatt. and Misses Louise Preexer,
Sadie Kerr, Sadye Ruth Aldridge.
Zula House, Beatrice Shay. Virginia
Semple. Mary White. Anne Brown,
Virginia Bean, Alice Myles, Nellie May
Bowen. Margaret Raymond. Mar
garet Gething. Elizabeth Stevens.
Pauline Bryan. Valerie Lorig and
About 400 noncommissioned officers
of the army, mostly from Douglas and
Nogales, Ariz., some men being taken
irom eacn company, all en route to
Rockford, 111, to train the national
recruits in Camp Grant, were among
the soldiers passing through. Com
pany A. volunteer Oregon engineers,
going to Charlotte. N. C, to train In
Camp Greene, also were on the train.
TWO POPULAR SISTERS
Wartime Simplicity Marks Mrs.
Bowie's At Home To War Nurses
N perfect keeping with war time cheer to the faithful women who hive
simplicity everywhere in vogue,
garden flowers furnished the sole
decoration for the Informal at home
Mrs. Henry T. Bowie gave In honor
of the Red Cross nurses of the base
hospital, Thursday morning. Mem
bers of El Paso's war work council,
of which Mrs. T. W. Lanier Is chair
man, were asked In to meet these
women, who are doing quite as much
for their country as are the soldiers in
the trenches, though without the di
version and change Just a steady
grind of ministering. Everyone wants
to do something for the army and
navy men. bnt It Is only lately that we
have noted a close at home need or
"God- responsibility in bringing a bl'. of
E sure and read pages 64 and 65 in this
cheerfully given their youth and years
and training in aiding others And
now that the ball Is started rolling
and prominent matrons realize that
real home atmosphere means a lot. all
manner of pleasantries are being
Planned. Tbere are about SI nurses
at the army post, but only Miss How
ard. Miss Roberts. Miss Lathrop. Miss
i.i is, miss Mcwuiiipm ana miss mosk
ley were "off duty" to accept Mrs.
Bowie's gracions hospitality. Mrs
Lanier, Mrs. C B. Stevens, Mrs. M. A.
Warner. Mrs. Robert Town send. Mrs.
Donna Klugel and Mrs. W. L. Fox
worth were among the members of
the local council who dropped in be
tween 9:30 and 11:30 to meet the
guests and enjoy conversation not
mere Idle talk, but a discussion of
work to be done incidental to the
war, led by Mrs. Lanier, and short
talks on social service that is revolu
tionizing eastern cities. Miss Lathron
and Miss Moakley relating their first
hand information. Mrs. a K. cloud,
of Dallas, who Is here for a visit with
her sister, Mrs. Lanier, and Mrs. J. It.
Clary completed the personnel of the
"get acquainted" affair. Miss Rue.
Miss Sly and Miss Mary White assist-
ea in serving refreshments.
HIS has an important bearing on an
event that occurs here next week.
207-11 N. Stanton St.
STYLE QUALITY FRICE.
Ton will find our hats up to the
minute In style, quality very best,
J. IV. KALE EXCLUSIVE AIILI.IXERY
N. Oregon St.
Out of High Rent District.
Better Values. Lower Prices. Adv.
Morning card party to be given
by the Knlfty Knitters at the
home of Miss Nellie May Bowen.
Iteceipts will be used to purchase
.1 machine to knit socks for Red
Birthday anniversary dance to
Robert Mayne Reaney. for which
Maj. and Mrs. Robert J. Reaney
will be hosts at their home In
Richmand Terrace, 'ere their son
goes with the flying corps of the
arm:.-. Robert is 1 on the mor
row. Week-end dance at the El Paso
Marriage of Miss Alice Bishop,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
H Bishop, to Edward Earl
Wheeler of Douglas. Ariz, in the
First Baptist church at high
El Pasoans Reluming.
Following a month spent In Cali
fornia, with her daughter, Mrs. John
Steely. Mrs. M. C. Hardin returned on
Friday's Golden State limited from
the coast. ... ,
Mrs. Archibald Dorman. with her
sons. John and Raphael, are back
from a three months' visit in Chicago,
and are now being welcomed at the
home in Kern Place.
Miss Kathleen Farls. who has been
enjoying California for the past four
months, returned to her El Paso home
Thursday, hurrying back to be brides
maid for her friend. Miss Alice Bishop,
who is to become Mrs. Edward tan
Wheeler on Saturday.
Corp. Jack Knight, company K.
Fourth Texas infantry, 'sphere from
the company's station at bto jnlto.
in the Brownville district, on ten .lays
furlough to visit Mrs Knight it the
home of her parents Mr. and J
p. Robertson. itfOO -Jliss stree'. and
Hi. n narents. M". and Mrs O. VV-
Sam Ravel, Of Columbus, To Wed
Brooklyn Girl On September 15 &
,,l engagement is announced in W. H. Biely. from their former home 13
T,"fc Cincinnati only a short ttme ago sa.-
is a gifted musician, having studied
at the Cincinnati conservatory 0:
I New York City, of Sam RaveL or
-- Columbus, N. M-. to Miss Anna
Blumberg. of 10s Arlington avenue.
Brooklyn. 3f. Y. Mr. Ravel ts a pio
neer merchant and a Urge property
owner of Columbus. It was he who
immediately after the raid, when his
hotel property was burned, com
menced at once the construction of a
much finer building, and now the
"Ravel block" is the finest building
in Columbus. He Is the head of the
house of the Ravel Mercantile com
pany, and rated as one of the most
public spirited citizens there. He is
well known in El Paso, and Is a mem
ber of the local lodge of Elks (187.
of El Paso). Miss Blumberg is de
scribed as a charming and talented
woman, highly educated in art and
music. Mr. Ravel and Miss Blumberg
will be married about September Id.
and will come to Columbus to reside
about the last of September. Mr.
Ravel's friends are preparing an elab
orate reception for him.
Wartime simplicity marked the
wedding of Miss Mary Margaret Blely
to George H. Pohlmeyer of the Second
engineers corps, who were quietly
wedded by Rev. Percy R. Knicker
bocker In the parsonage of the Trin
ity Methodist church, on Thursday
evening. Immediately following the
nuptials. Mrs. Pohlmeyer and his
bride left for a honeymoon trip, and
upon their return they will be tem
porarily at home at 2800 Grant ave
nue. Mrs. Polhmever is a compara
tive new comer to EI Paso, having ac-
Mrs. C C. Crew . of 1308 zona ! companied her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
sirt. with 'her da "r-'er. Mrs. v ray-
ton Campbell, of W ohita. anu ).rani-
daughter. Virgin! Lee - '"P ' ; I
came sack Saturda from a .elithtful
six weeks' stay at the s aside lr.
southern California, M.. ampbe I
jnd her daughter having been house
guests of Mrs. Crews and ' r sir..
Ie H. Crews, since their arr' a1 and
cniy left for their Kansas leme to
dai Mrs. Crews is an annual vis
itor :o Long Beach, and always makes
1 er lieaaquariers ai im j.
I where the tourists who go year after
I ifir have learned to expect her, and
1 tnciearingly call her "mother." Be
cause hir visit was so late this rea
, son, ?".ie received several letters want-ni-
to know what was wrong. The
' three generations had the Jolliest sort!
.f a i.i cat ion. going irom Long neacni
n n-inv centers of Interest.
XI - v. Van Gieson has returned to
1 er mme In El Paso, after a plea:.ntl
,it nun Mrs J. B. Young, of To ah. ;
Wh.Ie in Toyah, Mrs. Van Gieson as.
honor guest at a number of de-!
-V.;ul social affairs, among them an'
r j jallv pretty "rook" p&rty. by Mrs.
M a Grisham: a charming "rook":
7itr'. by Mrs. Finley Holmes; an at-1
trac'.v bridpe and "rook." by Mrs.1
H. H. Luckett; a lnncheon-bridge par-;
ty. by Mrs C. R. Troxel; a late after-
noon picnic party, at the ranch hoi .e
01 Mrs. c c cargiii: a patriotic
bridge and "rook" party, by Mrs. J.
B. Young, at which Mrs. Will Tlnnln
was also an honor guest, and a "rook"
party, by Mrs. W. M. Hopper, at which
Mrs. Tinnin and Mrs. Van Gieson were
the honor guests. Mrs. Theo Andrews
and Mrs. r. A. Rnhrup entertained
Mrs. Van Gieson at prettily appointed
luncheons and Mrs. A. W. Hosie gave
her a quite charming dinner party.
About El Pasoans.
County tax collector R. D. Richer
and daughters. Katherine and Mar
garet, have moved from 2800 Mon
tana to their new home in Kern Pla"
J. C. Ballard, who was operate!
upon for appendicitis t Hotel Dieti
on Monday, has made so speedy a
recovery that he will be able to re
turn to his home on the morrow.
While her husband is at the offi
cers' reserve camp at Leon Springs.
Mrs. Lewis M- Fellows is with her
mother. Mrs. Tincher, at the Zeiger
Mrs. Fellows is one of El Paso's wir
brides, formerly Miss Ruth Tincher.
their marriage having but recently
El Pasoans Away.
Messrs. Robert Ford and Bernard
Morgan leave for the University of
Dallas today to attend schoo. this
R. F. Campton of the EI Paso
Smelting works, has gone to New
York to attend the National Safety
Mrs Norman Snodgrass left Friday
for Little Rock. Arkansas, to visit
kinsfolk. She was accompanied hy
her sister. Miss Nell Ingram, who has
been her house gneet for much of the
A Quill Pen for Milady's desk
Beach's Art Shop 104 Pioneer Plaaa.
City National Bank Building Adv
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Miss Slater will be at the school Saturday and Monday mornings, to
register pupils and plan courses. Afternoons by appointment,
bebool opens Wednesday, September 12. 2111-1113 Terrace Street.
ISS FAMA RICKMAN and her younger sister Katherine, who are social
favorites in i.1 Paso. Suss Fama expects to take an active part in in,
nveties of the approaching winter, though she may decide to go away
to some finishing school after the holidays.
I AT THE
I QUALITY MARKETS
No. 1 601 East San Antonio
No. 2812 Piedras Street
When You Want Something Good
We Have It
Get In On Our Saturday
DeHghlfnl JIusIr Good Thlnca to Eat
Each evening during the dinner 1
hour the Holguin stringed orchestra !
renders delightful music. The Dinner ,
mem Is iaat aopetizing. The prices
Hotel lao Del Norte. Adv.
Jane Marsh Fall model Hats are!
wonderfully beautiful. See them at
the new Millinery Store. Olive James
Stunner. 08 Texas St. Adv.
El Paso Boys and Girls Sent Off
To School By Mission Worker s
AS a tangible result of the work
being achieved at the Mexican
mission of the Presbyterian
Church of the Divine Savior, or Igle
sia Presbiterlana del Norte, at 407
South Virginia street, with Rev. Jose
Venecia, pastor, a large number of
young women and men have Just gone
to three different schools to perfect
themselves for their life work seven
to the Dubuque college and seminary;
four to Albnquerqe to enter Menaul
school, and five girls who wiU itudy
at the Allison-James schrol In S&nta
Fe. They are:
Dubuque college and seminary: Jose
H. Pagan, Jose Rublo. Ernesto Pinet,
Rutilo Galvan. Antonio Morales, Moi
ses Herrera. Genaro Zubla.
Albuquerque "Menaul school" Pau
lito Prieto, Alfonso Prieto, Conrado
Duran. Eduardo Gonzalez.
Girls to Santa Fe "Allison -James
school" Josefina Lujan, Jael Men-
1 ( m
I j; Saturday
For these two days we offer at $1.95 per pair your choice of an
assortment of shoes worth regular up to $9.00.
Every pair new and stylish and a complete range of sizes and
widths of each style.
WE CHALLENGE ANY STORE IN EL PASO TO OFFER EQUAL
Women's Nine Inch White Kid Lace Boots made of extra fine
quality washable kid stock with hand turned soles and kid covered
full Louis heels, medium long vamps and all widths and sizes. The
equal to anything shown in the city at 9BjOO, Saturday and Mon-
Women's Two Tone Kid Lace Boots, have brown vamps
and champagne kid tops, turned soles, Louis heels, $8.0"
vames. Saturday and Monday Special
Women, a and Growing uiris Kid Lace Boots with
low heels, uome in either grey or brown, very se
lect stock, $7.50 values, Saturday and Monday
Miss Kathleen Faris Entertains
For Miss Bishop and Her Fiance
7 lbs. for
Fancy Large Onions,
8 lbs. far
Fancy Bell Flower
Apples, per lb
Nice Large Bleacher Celery,
2 bunches for
Fancy Solid Heads Cabbage,
12 lbs. for
3 lbs. for
Fancy Sweet Grapes,
4 lbs. for
Large Juicy Lemons,
A Saturday Flyer for the Men. Extra!
200 pairs of Men's Dress Shoes in tans and blacks;
gun metals, vicia and Sossta calf a; in English
binder and button styles. All of them are good
year welted soles. Qualities that are equal to what
other stores are asking $5.50 to $6X0 rjjo QC
for. Special Saturday J0.7U
Two High Grade Sample Lines of Growing Girls
School Shoes go on Sale Saturday at $355 per
pair. Dozens of styles, comprising all blacks,
Hacks with white tops and a sprinkling of colors.
Patent leathers, mm metals and kid skinx tnaf.
ly low heels but a few Louis heels in the lot.
vames up to t-ou the pair. Un
A COMPLETE LINE OF BOYS' SCOUT SHOES JUST OUR 10 PER CENT REDUCTION ON ALL SCHOOL
rT?rrnrcn m AT.T. SIXES AND IN THREE COL- SHOES TTnT.Tve. r.nnn ttwttt mrm a.it .
0RS. PRICES GUARANTEED LOWER THAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE EXTRA SAVTNRSi"
COME IN SATURDAY AND MONDAY.
WALK A BLOCK
OR TWO AND
SAVE A DOLLAR
doza. Delfina Trejo. Antonia Lujan,
The local mission is in a most
nourishing; state of growth, the mem
bership having- reached the 300 mark.
One of the students at the Dubuque
institntlon, a Mr. Fagran. has been as
sisting Rev. Mr, . Venecia during; the
summer. El Paso may well be proud
of her rerpesentation of workers in
the home mission field, as a part of
the great Americanization movement.
The first annual lawn social to be
given by the congregation of St. Jo
seph's Catholic church has been an
nounced for Tuesday evening- from 7
to 11 at 1318 Stevens street, in Gov
ernment Hill. Plans have ueen made
by members of the congregation to
have the lawn social one of the 1
largest of the year In the East El
Paso section. A number of special
features h:-ve been provided. I
A discussion of plans for the com
ing year took up the hour of Thurs
day's meeting of Uobert E. Lee chap
ter. United Daughters of the Confed
eracy, which convened in the chapter
room of the "Woman's clubhouse. As
previously announced, there was no
Eastnunsler S. P. C. circle of West
minster church met with Mrs. T. M.
Hervey on Thursday afternoon. tel
members attending. A complete win
ter outfit v made ready to pen.l
the circle's little protefrc. Rabv Carl
son, of the Presbyterian orphanace at
Icaska. Tex.. thf box containing th"
daintiest sort of a wardrobe that
would make any cirl hnppv. moni;
those present were Mrs .1. It. Hii ;
I nreiddent: MrF. liwr shlllinc Mrs.!
J. S. Crain. Mr II Y. Cov. Mr. M. J.
Preston. Mrp. V T. Farrow. Mrs. K.
C. Copenhaver. Mrs. Harry C. Miller
and the hostess.
That the nurses of the state are go
ing to enjoy every hour of their as-1
soclatto-. -meet" to be held in Kll
Paso next April or May. was fore-,
cssted by the genlalitv which marked ;
Thursday night's open air social In
Cleveland Square the initial event
in a series of winter festivities to be
held in preparation for their coming 1
by the Kl Paso County Registered I
Nurses' aasoclation. Miss Katherine;
G. Kelly of the Providence hospital
was at the helm, hence the financial I
and social success was never for a ,
moment questioned. Many of the
prominent physicians and surgeons of 1
the city, with their wives and fam
ilies, augmented by many friends, at- j
tended. Good music Ice cream and 1
cake and cold pop were enjoyed, at
Mexican orchestra furnishing many :
With Mrs. John Lemon, of East
Boulevard, hostess, circle No. 5 of the
First Methodist church had an enjoy
able meeting on Thursday afternoon.
Election of officers followed the de
votional, led by Mrs. M. L. Hutchins.
Mrs. Albion A. Jones being reelected
president for the third time and Mrs.
J. II. Rullman. who has served four
years as treasurer, was chosen vice
president; Mrs. Fred Jones was
elected secretary and Mrs. W. Rader
treasurer. Mrs. H L Spence, chair
man of the nominating committee,
was in charge. It was decided that
the members each contribute 11 a
month, until Christmas, towards elim
inating the church debt Refresh
ment were served, thoes present be
ing Mesdames Albion A Jones. H L.
Hirney. M L Hutchint. H U Spence
J. H. r.allman s II Knuilon. K H.
Kerr. S. P. Winters, J " Thomas. F.
MISS KATHLEEN FARIS. who
returned Thursday from a four
months stay in California to
be bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss
Alice Bishop and Edward Earl Wheel
er, set for Saturday at high noon, ex
tended to this charming bride-elect
a smart prenuptlal compliment on
Friday afternoon, at the Faris home
on 1117 North Stanton, the bevy of.
guests being limited to the members
of the '14 graduating class of El Paso
high, from which both of t:.e girls re
ceived their diplomas. Blue and gold,
the colors of the class, dominated in
the artistic decorative motif, with
wealth of golden rod arranged about
the parlors and in the dining room,
where tea was served. A surprise
miscellaneous shower fell from a gay.
wrapped gifts being released as the
honor guest pulled str-amers. In ad
dition to Miss Bishop, those asked
were Miss Katherine Glenn. Miss
Dorothy Compton, Miss Mineta Hen
ning. Miss Mattie Clark. Miss Isabel
Valentine. Miss Eunice Preston. Miss
Mary Keating, Miss Bernita Thomas,
Miss Lois Walker, Mrs. LeRoy Pickens
Alma Morrison). Mrs. Frank Tibbetts
(Minnie Lee Itssiter) and Mrs. How
ard Jenkins (Rose Clayton).
Mrs. W. M. James Is Hostess At
A Musical In Austin Terrace 1
AT HER spacious home in Austin
Terrace. Mrs. W. M. James gave
a moonlight musical on Mon
day etening, attended by Mrs. V. M.
Whttside. Miss Julia ColdwelL Miss
Katherine Nichols, Miss Mary Gates
Redmond, Mr. and Mrs. H. C Myles,
Miss Alice Myles, Judge and Mrs. W
D. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hol
iday. Mrs. E. T. White, Miss Mary
White. Miss Katherine White, Mrs.
Lillian Corcoran, Miss Helen Roberts,
Co!. Anderson. Lieut. Victor W. B.
Wales. Lieut. Holdridge. Lieut. Har
per. Lieut. Johnson, Capt. T. Rogers,
Cant. Childs and Mr. Duncan. The
affair was one of the most delight
fully informal on the week's society
calendar, ending with a nance. Re
freshments were served on the
veranda, with the lights turned low
that the moonbeams might all the
more be enjoyed to the accompani
ment of dulcet mandolin music played
by Mr. Duncan. The James home Is
known for its hospitality, being fre
quently the center for gayety.
H. Mahoney. W. O. Olaen. J. W. Park-.
er with special guests being Mrs. S.
T. Cross. Mrs. R. It. Pritrhett Mrs.
M. II. Lemon. Mrs. C. H. Tar bell and I
Mrs. C Coleman.
Mrs. Thomas L Peach was hostess
to the monthly business and social
meeting of the Forward Movement
class of Cavlary-IIouston Square
Baptist church. Thursday afternoon
one of the most enthusiastic event
on the church 'calendar. Mrs. R. L.
Miller, president was In charge, the
special honor guests being Mrs. F. A
Hodge of Los Angeles, and the tat
ter's daughter, Mrs. A. IL Dexter, of
Panama. For the best patriotic poem.
Rev. O. J. Wade carried off honors,
and both Mrs Hodge and her daughter
received memory gifts. Mrs. W. H.
Vance gave added delight with piano
selections and patriotic games were
played. Miss Josephine Peach. Miss
Louise Peach and Miss Olive Page
assisted in serving the personnel, who
Included Mrs. Harry Swain. Mrs. J.
Hise Myers. Mrs. W. E. Robertson,
Mrs. A. M. Horner. Mrs. Dan Ham
mond. Mrs. Charles A Bush. Mrs. U
E. Manning. Mrs. A, & Carroll. Mrs.
J. N. WUden, Mrs. M. U. Strong. Mrs.
Charles Gring, Mrs. William Roter
mund. Mrs. C. M. Bussington. Mrs. A.
IL Devter, Mrs. J. R. McLeod. Mrs. E.
B. McCllntock. Mrs. W. H. Vance
Mrs. C. W. Harlow, Mrs. Grace Over
man, Mrs. W. II Hale. Mrs. G. W.
Gist Mrs. W. F. Boyd. Mrs. R. F.
Harvey, Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Wade.
Japanese Hand Embroidered Silk
Kimonos, Mandarin Coats and Slum
ber Robes. Shown in a variety of
colors. neacVn Art Shop 104 Pioneer
Plaxa, City National Bank Building
Just Arrived New shipment of Fisk
and Gare model hats See them
Olive James Sturmer, 20 Texas St.
Out of Town Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hugglns have re
turned to their home, follow In t a
Pleasant visit in EI Paso as guests of
the tatter's sister. Mrs. J. L. Ely.
Mrs. Ada Whlttemore ana children
passed through El Pa CO Fridar en
route to their home at Redlands.
Calif., from a visit to relatives in
east Texas, and stopped here for the
aay 10 visn ineir Kinsman, Justice J.
Mrs. Wallace WameL of Animas. N.
M.. is the house guest of nor mother.
Mrs. W. H. Anderson, of 611 River
street. Miss Mary Dewey, who has
been visiting Mrs. WameL came back
to El Paso with the well known
Rev. John M. and Mrs. Jackson are
entertaining at their home. 1704 East
Rio Grande. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Slatter, of San Francisco, who are
more than enjoying their El Paso
stay. Mr. Slatter Is a prominent
wholesale manufacturer of the north
ern bay city. Tbey will leave for
home sometime the first of the com
Butter, per lb. .,
Our Best Lard, (last chance)
Sugar Cured Pic- O O
nic Haras, per lb.aCi3
Hare joa tried our Spiced Corned Beef. (Sore Is Fine.)
Fancy Yearling Mutton Legs. O O
per pound 2C
Fancy Yearling Matloe Chops, O O 17
per pound adad iC
Fancy Yearling Mutton Stew, C
Nice Lean Beef Pot Roasts, K. C quality, -9 H
per pound IOC
Fancy Beef Rump Roasts, K. C. quality, -S Q 17
per pound A i C
Best Hamburger Steak, K. C quality, "J J
per pound J. J2C
Extra Choke No. 7 Steak. K. C quality. -J rj jj
Trade where yon get the quality, service and 16 ounces to the pound.
Give us a trial Ask your neighbor. 1
The Quality Markets
Sergt. A C Seymour, company L.
tilth Infantry, left this week for
Michigan. Mrs. Seymour will leave
Fort Bliss in a few days to be with
Capt. Raymond B. Prescott. re
serve corps, at present In charge of
truck train No. 20, at the motor truck
group, expects his wife to Join him
on Saturday. Capt Prescott has been
quite prominent in society events at
the Country and Toltec clubs and It Is
expected that Mrs Prescott will add
matenallv to her husband's popular
ity in social events during the com
ICE - MINT CERTAINLY MAKES
THE FEET FEEL FINE
Its kindly, soothing, cooling properties bring quick relief for hot, sore,
tired, aching feet, painful corns or calluses.
Try It. Jmt a tovch stops soreness sad makes the feet feel cool easy and comfortable.
that I the nrreusdlBc elda In normal healthy
If you are oao of the many
eultera with feot troaklos. hero's real
foot comfort tar yen at but. Sty
cood-brs to yocr old corn salvos,
harsh Hamas, platters aad other dope
The modern way the eoro way -to
end foot troubles Is by the use of
lee-Mint a creamy, pleasant, snow
white prep ration whose medietaal
lacredlents are Imported from Japes,
where the people have the finest,
healthleet lltUe feet In the world.
If you waat to know whet solid foot
comfort really is. rub a little tco-Mlat
apoa any tender, aching corn or cal
Ine. laetantly the soreness disap
pears and a deUchtfol. eooltnc. sooth
la feeling b Imported to the skin. Ia
a short time the corn or callos will
leeoen and may be Ufted oat tillr
with the xlng-ers root and all leavtne;
Made. If roar Door.
tired, ehtnc swollen, burning fet
over fool the htedly toach of Ice
Mint tber wul feel so cool, easy and
comfortable that yon win etch wltb
reUef. It's grand. It's rlorions. New
shoes or long hours of standing have
no terrors for the friends of Ice-Mint
Resolve to end year foot misery to
day. Do not necleet those poor, ttred.
hot. cora-peetered-teet aay loarer. for
hero Is real -foot-Joy" for yon at last
No matter what you have tried ar
how many times yon have been dis
appointed. Ice-Mint wtu give rou Just
the relief aad satisfaction that von
have beoa loacinc for. Try It! Ask
at aay Droc store to-day for a small
Jar of Ice-Mint. It costa little and acts
so quickly and gently It seems like
magic You'll say so yourself. Adv.
Herbert G. Bastow
Organist and Choirmaster of
St. Clement's Episcopal Church
VOICE. OltGAX. PIANO. THKORT
Stndlo la St. Clement's Pariah-House
lir-TO-D ATX J-PASEEMGER
CARS S2.DS PER HOUR
ItTO lIVEHt CO.
Oliver Carr. Mgr.
Stand by Teaaa Grand Theater