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EL PASO HERALD
10 Friday, August 8, 1919.
i Songs And Addresses Feature Meeting j
Held By The Women Of Asbury Church
By OLLIE P. LA.SUEX.
THE woman's missionary society of Thursday Afternoon at the McCllntock
Ashnrv xratfiiufict Ahttwo. t,u it.iliome on Montana street- This was
Asoury Methodist church held iU th monthIy business and social meet-
presided. A business session was held
and later refreshments of Ice cream
monthly business session Thursday In
the church parlors, Mrs. W. D. Carre
presiding and Mrs. B. M. Jackson, sec
retary For the Bible lesson Mrs. E.
W. Bryan read the story of the old
man's new sons." "Hock of Ages."
Mrs. 1 J Ayers. president of the mis
sionary society of the Szvr Mexico
conference, announced the annual
meeting to be held October 1 at Tu-
cumcan, Jf. M and asked that the
society be represented by a delegate.
Mrs A. A. Lawlsr sang- a parody,
"Pay your dues.' Miss Lucille Wat
son presented the report of the King's
Daughters for the quarter. Mrs. C.
H. Rhode3 announced the mission
study class will begin in September
the study of "Making America Safe
Mrs. P D. Splawn reported $17 spent
ur charity and many bouquets sent
-o the sick. Mrs. T. E. Blanchard and
Mrs. Jeff Darnell, treasurers, made
encouraging reports. Mrs. V. It Sul
livan wil! take charge of the baby di
vision since the departure of Mrs. A.
Li Wilkinson for Dallas, and Mrs. D.
II Wood was appointed agent for the
Missionary Voice. Social report was
made by Mrs. E. V. Bryan. New
names added to the roll were those
of Mrs B. B. Brantley and Mrs. J. A.
Hemneh. Mrs- C. W. Wofford. 2109
Montana street, will entertain the I
members of the society on Tuesdav,!
ugust 12. from 10 a. m. to II. The
women will take their sewing and
Mrs. J C. Ballard will talk on what1
she saw at the centenary exposition!
at Columbus. Ohio. Mrs. J. H. Fitz
gerald extended an invitation to the
members to a "Spend the Day Picnic"
at her home, 4J2J La Luz street, on
the fourth Thursday of the month.
Visitors present were Mrs. D. M.
Smith, Mrs Mildred "Patterson. Mrs.
F W. Louks and Mrs. i. J. Ayers.
Mrs. E B. McCllntock entertained
the members or the women's Bib!"
-'ass of the Central Baptist church
and cake were served and a social
hour enjoyed by the following mem
bers: Mrs. D. E. Kale. Mrs. P. A.
Rowe. Mrs. M. D. Gaylord. Mrs. C E.
Penny, Mrs. I. R. Stewart. Mrs. James
L. Onzts. Mrs. R. L. Miller, Mrs. S. L.
Schaer. Mrs. J. N. Wllden. Mrs. It F.
Harvey. Mrs. W. B. Day and Mrs. E.
B. McCllntock. The woman's Bible
class has a membership of 53 members
and interest in the organization has in
no wise abated during the heated
The girls' swimming club of the V.
CCS. will hold a meeting at Khaki
club No. 1 at 7 p. in. Friday. August 8.
The object of the meeting is to elect
captains and to make plans for a
special dance, to which members of
the club may InTite their escorts. The
girls of the club will enjoy a swim at
the Y. W. C A. at 8 p. m. Friday.
Bach must be provided with a Y. W.
C. A. membership card and a doctor's
certificate. Any further particulars
may be obtained by calling Miss Ruth
Bosserman, phone 1818; IV. C. C S.
office, phone 891, or Khaki club,
In Local Society
I Nurse Returning From Over The Sea !
Tells Of Conditions Over There
By MILDRED KEOGK.
You Will Always
Find Prices Lower at
Stalls 14-15, City Market
II ere are tome apeciala for Sat
Specials On Veal
Veal Round Roast. Lb 5c
Veal Shonlder Roast Ib. ...Ke
Veal Stew. Lb 13c
Veal Chops. IK 20c and. . . .25c
Specials On Mutton
Leg of Mutton, lib 25e
Mutton Shoulder. Lb 20c
Mutton Stew. Lb, 15c
Specials On Beef
Shoulder Roast, Lb. .15c
Shonlder Steak, Lb 17e
Round Steak. Lb. 23e
Loin and T Bone Steak Lb 273e
Home Dressed Spring. Lb. 40c
Home Dressed liens. Lb..... 37c
All our Meats are government
Inspected and strictly fresh
TT7EEKEXD dance at the Country
I I CIUD.
"Weekend dance at the Khaki club.
English classes conducted on Satur
day morning at the Red Cross house
by Miss E. Goree, of the American Li
brary association for the foreign
speaking- patients in the base hospital.
Swimming- at the pool In the T. W.
C A. clubhouse, without instruction.
for adults, 9 to 10 a. nr.
Swimming; with Instruction, for
children. 9 to 10 a. n.
Swimming, without instruction, for
cniiaren, m to lz a. m.
Members of the "We Won Out lodge.
No. 800, of the Brotherhcod of Rail
way Trainmen were pleasantly sur
prised with a watermelon social given
by the members of White Rose Lodge
No. 323, of the woman's auxiliary to
the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
Thursday evening. The regular meet
ing was held and at Its close the
guests were Introduced by A. Bras-
I field and given a hearty welcome by
' tne president. Ed Pfleger. After a
number of short talks made by the
members, Mrs. C N. Holford. chair
man oz tne committee of arrange
ments, announced that a number of
watermelons were awaiting the mem
bers in Cleveland square, just opposite
I. a O. F. hall, ana the remainder of
tha even in ir was snent there. Tnt
Holford was assisted in arrangement
for the evening's entertainment by
.airs. ra ueger ana i iiunsiKer,
OST everyone knows that it was how to make homes that were fit to
For the "Week-End -Ootlnir.
It makes no difference what form
your week-end ontinr takes, you will
find here all the items for pleasure.
If you take a kodak along jring the
iiims to ns eany jaonaay morning
to be developed. The charges will
be only 10c per roll, as it should be
Feldman's 308 San Antonio St
Special attention to mall orders. Adv.
Eaar tr Be Comf.rtnhl.-
If your feet are not comfortable It
Is almost impossible for you to be
comfortable otherwise. We have a
Foot SDeclalist who will rr41fv nnv
luub iroaoifl you nave.
center snoe Co. 2 San Antonio St.
.1 i'aso's toot Comfort Store. Adv.
Coffee is the kind that
cheers and makes folks
We've heard from lots of people who are very, very particular
about their coffee who set fine tables and who use only the
BEST of things.
They say: "It s everything you claim for it, and more."
YOU are going to try it before long you just can't help it.
And sou II join the boosters for "French Luxury" Coffee.
Republic Coffee Co.
"We Roast It Others Praise It"
Prompt Attention Given Mail Orders.
oiiday The Last Day
Final Clearance and Riddance
Of All Odd and Broken Lots Of
Ladies Summer Low Shoes
And High Cut Canvas Shoes.
Low Shoes. In Black, Brown,
Gray, and White. Dozens of
Styles, including Oxfords,
Pumps, Strap Pumps, Colon
ials and Others. High Heels
and Low Heels, Also High Cut
Canvas Shoes With Either High
Or Low Heels.
America who ended the war.
There are many who do not know
that America began a war In Europe
a war on Ignorance and disease and
Alias Katherine Kelly, a registered
nurse who lived in El Paso four years,
has returned from ten months" ser
vice In Europe and tells of the work
which "was done among- refugees.
Sees Starvation In Greece.
In Greece, erstwhile seat of the
world's wisdom, existed conditions
which were too appalling- to relate.
accord inir to Miss Kelly.
iieas were unKnown luxuries uniti
the members of the Hed Cross t
ganization left theirs for the most
names two or tnree montns oia naa
never had any clothing except a r
or a piece of cloth tied around them
wun a siring. nen one ras Oc
eania too filthy, anther was added
until the Infants wre encased in
nearly a dozen thicknesses of rags
each one dirtier than tne last. Of
such are the swaddling clothes of
In Greece, that country which pro
duced Sappho and Socrates, people
were starving" to death, until the Red
Cross rendered aid. Miss Kelly says
that when she first went there they
burled as manv as fifteen a day, who
had died of starvation. The Red
Cross gave dally bread to a mile of
refugees and natives. The Red Cross
also gave instructions to women on
live in, and dispensed not only medi
cine, but soap, tea. coffee and milk.
Travel In Submarine.
Grecian women are very handy with
a needle and soon became adapted to
the use of American sewing machines
on which they made garments of
American pattern. These women did
not have to make baby clothes, be
cause of the numerous and beautiful
layettes, which were sent from
America. Many of the articles in the
layettes were mane by American
women in the Red Cross work rooms
Others were those which American
babies had outgrown.
From island to Island In the Medi
terranean sea went the sisters of
mercy. They traveled not in the
crude, unsteady rafts as in days of
old, but in honest-to-goodneec sub
No Tots for Children.
There was but one place In all
Greece where the aid of the Red Cross
was not sadly needed that was In
Athens. To that city came only the
rich refugees, who were able to take
care of themselves. Athens alone had
retained enough self respect to keep
clean. All that the Red Cross did
there was to inspect hospitals.
Grecian children know nothing of
toys. Fancy the American boy or girl
who does not own or covet a gun or a
doll! The little girls do handwork
from the time they are able to hold
a needle. Small boys work with their
fathers those who have them.
Miss Kelly organized the United
States government errale In El Paso
and was superintendent oz 1'roviaence
hospital for two years.
! American Missionaries In Mexico l
j Visit In El Paso And Are Entertained
REV. L. B. NEWBEttRY, prestdins
elder of the Chihuahua district.
Mexico, of the Southern Methodist
church, and a party of teachers from
Palmore college. Chihuahua, passed
through the city Thursday from Sal
tillo Mexico, to Chihuahua. They had
been in attendance on the Centenary
celebration at Columbus. Ohio, and
from there had gone to a centenary
convention at Saltlllo. stex. On ac
rount of washouts on the road they
had to return by Eagle rass and Kl
Paso. At the meeting In Saltlllo.
bishop James Cannon was present, as
was also Miss Ksther Case, of the mis
sionary council of Nashville. Tenn.
Twenty-five young Mexican men and
women offered themselves for mis
sion work at this meeting. In the
party who spent Thursday In El Paso
were Miss Virginia Booth, Miss Mary
Massey and Miss Norwood Wynn. well
Itnntm tn ni Paso: Mis Julia Lopez
and Miss Ethel McCaUirtin. a sister of
Mis Nellie McCaughn. and Mrs. J. II.
Fitzgerald, of this city. The entire
party was entertained at the Fltzser
ald home. 4323 La Lux street Another
gnest in the home is Miss Helen Col
lett. of San Antonio. Texas.
Mrs. William Hal Aldridge'a house
guest. Mrs. A. It. Howard, of Houston,
Texas. left Thursday for the coast,
wh.rn she will remain until autumn.
Mrs. Howard will visit Mrs. Aldridge
on her return trip home. Judge Henry
Henry A. CUne. of Wharton. Texas,
brotherinlaw of Mrs. Aldridge. left
Wednesday for his home, after a visit
of several days in the Aldridge home.
A number of outings and motor par
ties to the upper and lower valleys
were enjoyed by Mrs. Aldridge and
her guests during their visit here.
Mrs. A. M. Howlands. her daughter.
Mr TV Tt Williams, and her two
children Justine and Infant son. W.
B. jr who have been house guests or
Mrs. TTowIands for several weeks.
left Wednesday for a visit of a month J
or two to liermosa iseacn. iani. jur.
and Mrs. Williams have been making
their home in Washington. D. C- re
cently but will return to El Paso to
live in the autumn.
Miss Marion Maguire has recently
arrived from ber home in .Phlladel-
Shia and will open a riding academy
ere. Miss Maguire is an accomplished
equestrienne and has been engaged In
moving picture work prior to coming
to the southwest. Much of Miss Ma
gulre's time is spent in New 'York
city in Palm Beach. Fla.
William Bartholomae. of San An
tonio. Texas, Is the house guest of
his brother and slsterinlaw, Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Bartholomae. at their home.
1710 East Missouri street.
Prof. Fayette A. Jones, of Albu
querque. N. M was a guest of the
Paso del Norte Thursday on his re
turn home from north central Texas
Bev. E. M. Stanton, of Ozona, Fla.
Is In the city, visiting his brother. M.
W. Stanton, hla sister. Miss' Mary
Stanton, and his nephew. F. E. White.
Ed. L. Hall and family of Las
Cruces. N. M., were arrivals at the
C. A. McCleery, a business man of
Demlng. N. M.. was an arrival at the
Mrs. Effie D. Botts. of Deming. N.
M.( was an arrival at the Sheldon
Mrs. A. M. McDanieL of Morencl,
Arlz was registered at the Sheldon
Mrs. S. O. Harris, of San Mardal.
N. M, registered at the iictoy Thurs
Mrs. W. B. Perry, of Deming, N.
U. registered at the Sheldon Thure-
Of AW ft PfSOl
m i "Ttfn r
Patent and tohile canvas
ankle strap pumps
These are in two lots
and represent some splen
did calues note the
Ofiicers Of 82nd Field Artillery
f Give Dance For The New Commander
THE artillery color, red. was the ef-iat the rlub in honor of Cot and Mrs.
.... 1 TTrtrn Th tftbln Ttra TirnttMv unnnlnted
Men Of The 315th Motor Repair Unit
i To Give Dance At Camp Boyd Tonight
DANCE will be given this evening
. at Camp Boyd the men of the
315th motor repair unit Automobiles
will be waiting at 7:30 oclock at
Hotel Sheldon to conver the smests to
the post and Mrs. William Wallace
and Mrs. T. Del Camps will be chaperons.
On Thursday afternoon a croup
fro mthe War Camp Community Ser-
tce gave an entertainment arranged
by Mrs. Harry c. Greer, tnrougn tne
wards of teh base hospital, under the
direction of the Red Cross. Misses
Dorothy Lewis, Nell Boomer and
Dorothy Waldron played ukulele se
lections, consisting of "Ob, Oh Susie,"
"Hong Kongr and "Come on. Fapa."
Miss Helen Temple read "The Pa
tients," "The One Legged Goose and
'At the Telephone." Miss Laura ret-
tigrew played Beethoven's Minuet
'juanita on tne violin. Tne party
vas escorted through the wards by
private Ralph W. Johns.
Sunday afternoon at I oclock the
girls of the War Camp Community
Service are to meet at the Khaki club
for a sing song. A number of talented
vocalists are numbered In the mem
bership of the war camp community
service and on Sunday afternoon a
glee club will be formed. This club
will furnish entertainment from time
to time at the Khaki club and will
prepare numbers to be given when a
program Is to be presented at the
Khaki club In a short time under the
auspices of the war camp community
Mrs. V. E. Ragglo is chairman of the
committee of chaperons to preside at
the Khaki club Saturday evening
when the War Camp Community Ser
vice gives its week ena dance. Her
committee of chaperons for the even
ing Includes Mrs. Horace A. Lay. Mrs.
B. F. Darbyshlre. Mrs. B. L. Farrar
and Mrs. Matilda Burroughs. The
chaperons at the Khaki club dances
are to include members of the various
women's organizations of the city and
the schedule to be announced later is
On Thursday evening the hostess
of the Red Cross house. Mrs. Sarah C.
Ostrander. arranged a motor ride to
Faoens for tne nurses or tne case nos-
$1.25 and $1.75
Worth Up to Four Time the
Get Two or Three Pairs For
The Price of One
Walk a Block or Two and Sa?e a Dollar or Two.
STORE NO. 1
15 S. Stanton
STORE NO. 3
314 E. San
We give S.
H. Green Trad
Sale at Store
Xo. 1 Only.
Major And Mrs. Krueger Back Fromi
San Antonio; Are Going To Cloudcroft
1 feetlve color motif used In the
decoration of the Country club house
Thursday evening when officers of
the Sind field artillery entertained
with a dance and buffet supper,
honoring the rew commanding offi
cer of the regiment, CoL T. N. Horn
and Mrs. Horn. The color of decora
tion was emphasized with dozens of
American Beauty roses employed with
artistic effect about the clubrooms.
Further decorations were the national
colors and the regimental guidons.
The band of the Sini field artillery
played for the dancing hours. Espe
cially attractive were the dancing
programs bearing the insignia of the
artillery in gold with the date and
names of the honor guests on the fly
leaf. A buffet supper was served dur
ing the Intermission. Details were In
eharire of CaDt W. J. White, adjutant
of the regiment; Lieut O. H. Bowers
and Lieut J. L. Holman. Numbers of
prominent society folk were present at
the dance, both of civilian and army
Prior to the dance. Lieut Col Henry
Newbold. of the 85nd. gave a dinner!
Horn. The table was nrettlly appointed
tor the service ana American ueauty
roses were used in decoration. Covers
were placed for CoL and Mrs. Horn.
CoL and Mrs. Francis Glover and the
other officers whe were the hosts.
Miss Juanita Sauls entertained a
number of friends at her home on
Upson avenue Thursday evening.
Dancing and various games were en
Joyed and dainty refreshments were
served. The guest list Included Mlts
Armle Laurie Pierce. Miss Merle Vin
son, Miss Nina Lockle. Miss Augusta
Leeper. Miss Anna McLaughlin. Misa
Jeanette Pittman. Miss Margaret
Smith. Howard Lockle. Billy Kennedy.
James Miller. Rockwell Webb, Billy
Tooley, Vernlce Cary. Graham Mc
Nary, Park Pitman. Jr, J. C Hols
ford. Mrs. J. C Wllmarth and Mrs.
Mrs. E. K. Allen will entertain with
a dancing party this evening at her
home at 3204 Montana street Thirty
couples will enjoy the dancing hours
and the hostess will be assisted In re
ceiving and entertainmg by Mrs. H. C
Swearingen. Mrs. Tom G. Woolen. Mrs.
George Paul. Mrs. Walter M. Cooper
and Miss Virginia uooper.
Loll Sizes 5 toll--Lot
2 Sizes II to 6-
In black, while, brown,
gray, pink an cham
Regular Price $125
These hoie, if slocked at the present time,
would sell at $1 50 and at this price are a
real calue" for general or house wear.
Dinners and Luncheons.
A number of dinners will be given
at the Country ciud saiuraay evening,
nrlor to the dancing. Col and Mrs.
Francis Glover will be hosts to one
of these parties and covers will be
nlarad for ten CTiesta.
The woman's Missionary society of
Altura Presbyteriin churen will noia
Its monthly silver tea on Thursday af
ternoon. August 14 at 3 oclock at the
home of Mrs. J. A. Clifton. 3603 Mc
Klnley avenue. Members will sew for
the Rescue Home.
Lodges and Clubs.
Mrs.' Julia A. Sharp, district man
ager of the Court of Honor, has called
a special meeting to be held at her
home. 3930 Hueco street, Monday
evening at 8 oclock. Plana for the
work for the coming year will be
discussed and arrangements made for
a reception to be tendered in honor
of Miss Lilly Malone upon her return
from a visit In New Jersey.
Belted Coals Are
AJ. AND MRS. CARL CLIFTON
KRUEGER will arrive In the city
this afternoon from a visit of two
weeks spent at the Kruger family
home In San Antonio as the guests of
Maj. Krugers parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Krueger. Many very' charming
social affairs, given in their honor,
have market the visit of Maj. and Mrs.
Krueger. On Monday Maj. Krueger
will go with his regiment the 83nd
field artlllsry, on Its hike to Cloud
croft Mrs. Kruozer will be a guest at
Mrs. Alex Iiicata with her two chil
dren, Alex. Jr., and Helen, have re
turned from a visit to Los Angeles.
Long Beach and other places on the
iacixic coast, airs. j.icata was ac
companied to the coast by her mother-
inlaw. Mrs. S. Licata. and her grand
daughter. Josephine Licata, of Galves
ton, Texas. Mrs. Licata and her
granddaughter will spend the week
end at the Licata home here and will
leave on Monday for Galveston.
Miss L. G. Huggett returned Thursday
from Columbus, N. M, where she has
been on a visit to Capt and Mrs. M.
M. Crocker. Capt Crocker is medical
officer, 24th Infantry.
Cloudcroft, X. iU Aug. 8. Lleuts.
Neil ana Bethel, after a week in
Cloudcroft have returned to El Paso.
Mrs. John Covode entertained at
dinner In honor of Miss Nancy Wil
liams and Miss Margaret Neff. Those
who attended this affair were Misses
Neff, Williams and Messrs. Cunning
ham and Gross.
Miss Marion Howe has returned to
El Paso, after several weeks In Cloud
croft Mrs. W. S. Tilton gave a picnic to a
party of her friends on Thursday.
Mrs. James Ellis has returned to
Cloudcroft after a visit to Fort
Miss Mariraret Mathes is in El Paso
for a few days.
Miss Elizabeth Stevens is in cloud
croft with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. I
Horace & Stevens. The Stevenses will
remain on the mountain until the
middle of September. i
Tuesday night the people of Cloud-1
croft were guests at a big farewell
dance given by Mat A. Bansbach, as
sistant general secretary of the
Knights of Columbus war activities,
at the pavilion, in honor of the Sev
en tn cavalry.
The music was furnished by the
Seventh cavalry band. About 500 peo
ple were present.
Mr. Bansbach has been very active
in I urn la nine entertainment for the
enlisted personnel of all the outfits
that come to Cloudcroft Movien are
shown on Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs
day nights. Cigarets and candy are
given out to all the men. Dances are
given twice a week at the pavilion.
Aulomohiling and Ouiings.
Wednesday evening a group of
friends enjoyed a horseback canter
over the foothills to the base of Mount
Franklin. Later an enchilada supper
was servea at me nome or Lieut.
"Wendell Goodrich. Lieut. Goodrich
is on duty with the 11th aero squad
ron. The party Included Lieut, and
Mrs. Goodrich, Miss Ollye Seaton.
Miss Sherma Lee Seaton. Lieut. Wil
liam Glover and Lieut Buntey. of the
11th aero squadron.
Ifrr the cereal part
Wheat ar d barley
El Pasoans Away,
V. R. Stiles leaves
Playin' First Base
visit his family at Long Beach. Calif..
ana see tne Dig pacific ueet
Mrs. a J. Freudenthal left Thurs
day afternoon for a visit of several
weeks to places on the Pacific coast
Miss Enriauetta Enriouez left
Thursday for Guatemala city. Centra
America, on a two or three months' I g
W. S. Cromble, president of EI Paso g
iioiarj, is leavini; hub itte& lur .Mil
waukee to attend a national conven
tion of apple dealers.
Joe Zelman has left for a three
weeks" trip through the north and
east He will visit St Louis. Chicago,
Boton end New York.
Mrs. Max Rorchow and daughter,
Ella, of 1501 North Kansas street,
have gone for a visit to Fort Worth,
Memphis, St Louis and New York city.
Rev. Hubert M. Smith, pastor of As
bury Methodist church, will spend the
week end at Cloudcroft, where he will
conduct services Sunday, representing
the Ministerial alliance of this city.
Miss Eula Harper will leave Satur
day afternoon "or New Tork. whence
she will sail for Passo Fundo. Brazil,
to take up educational work under the
board of missions of the Southern
Mrs. R. J. Reaney and daughters.
Miss Katherine and Miss Elizabeth,
and sgn Schuyler, will leave the first
of next week to Join CoL Reaney. who
Is stationed at Marfa. They will make
uie trip oy motor.
Gives a boy an appetite. When a boy's hungry he
needs the best nourishment EREAD THATS MADE
RIGHT. FROM THE RIGHT MATERIALS.
Your children are entitled to the BEST BREAD. Pow
ell's is appetizing, the first quality of good bread. It
is clean, sanitary all that bread should be these mod
em and careful days.
Powell's Home Bakery
The Wagon Comes
1018 E. Boulevard
and. as this Is embarrassing. I
should like to be on speaking
terms with her again. However.
I am afraid to try. for fear of a
repetition of the snub I received
In the first place.
Why not attempt a light airy tone
of banter with her. since she will not
accept your apology seriously. When
girls act this way It Is usually be
cause they "care," though often they
fail to recognize this symptom, and
keep right on playing they are
"mad." If you succeed In breaking
the young woman's proud reserve by
making her laugh. I believe you will
have no further trouble.
A t'nul PI Pjrian..
Mrs A. Milton Robinson Is ImproV'
Ing from a recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. EssIInger have
moved from tneir lormer residence.
619 Prospect avenue, to their ranch
in tne upper valley. -
BY GERTRUDE BERESFORE.
OUR fall suit is doubtless begin
ning to Interest you. Belted
models such as this effective suit of
midnight blue Polret twill shows will
continue to be worn by r;any women.
The lines of this costume are particu
larly youthful and the trimming of
wool stitching la very pleasing In
black or tan. The coat Is designed to
button high at the throat or to be
worn open. The skirt Is plainly gath
ered at the belt and is a good stride
width. Raspberry velvet furnishes a
delightful bit of color in the draped
turban, which also indicates a new
fall shade which will be popular
throughout the winter. J
Advice To The Lovelorn
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
SHY WITH BOYS.
Dear Miss Fairfax:
I am 17. and really I do not
know whether I am good looking
or whether It's my ways that at
tract the male sex. I am a sten
ographer, work all day and work
in my father's store at night,
which he does not want me to da
He wants me to go out and enjoy
myself, as I have ever so many In
vitations. When I go out with
girls I can have a lovely time
back and forth to work. I do not
go out very often. Now. Miss
Fairfax, mother scolds me and
calls me a regular house hermit
Can you advise me how to over
como these ways of mine, as I
could have, a fine time if I wanted
i?T , , Puzzled.
lOQ lack Of conversation wh.n vArt
are with young men doubtless comes
from self consciousness and a lack of
poise. The only way to overcome this
i? ,0,.B0 out unUI yu overcome your
timidity. Accept some of these various
Invitations anri An nnt ttii"'. . V.
A TOO FRIENDLY. GIRL.
Dear Miss Fairfax:
I have known a girl for the
past year and am very -much in
love with her. In the office
where she work she permits sev
eral, or I might say all of the
young men to put their arm
around her. Now. as I have been
an eye witness of this. I would
like to know If you think Jt is
proper? She claims that she
means nothing by It and that any
girl would do the same thing, but
luiua. ji. is not proper by any
means. il II. B.
I agree with you that the young
nilled and improper. Perhaps you
can persuade her to reform. I hope
so. at any rate.
SIIC WONT -MAKE CP."
Dear Miss Fairfax:
About a year ago a young woman
and I had a quarrel, for which
both were to blame. I wrote a
letter of apology, but received a
very sarcastic reply.
We are always meeting, as we
have the same group of friends, i
Dear Miss Fairfax:
We are a crowd of girls, aged
17, and have practically been
brought up with boys, who are
very good friends of ours and who .
are 18 and 13 years old. Most of
these boys go to college and can
not afford to spend much money
In order to take us out But we
long to go out and have there
fore thought of a Dutch treat
plan, which means that each of
tbe boys and girls is to pay his
or her expenses. Will you please
tell us If there is any wrong in
doing so and how to put the plan
before the boys, since we do not
want to hurt their feelings.
S. R. Y.
It seems to me that you are rathei
young to go out unchaperoned with
boys, especially since you are in pur
suit of amusement that Involves ex
pense. But if your parents have no
objection to your going, the Dutch
treat Idea is a eood one. It would in
any case be much more sensible for I
you girls to pay your own way. even ;
if the boys did have spending money ,
There is no reason why such a sug- I
gestlon should hurt your boy friends ;
feelings. Ask them frankly whether
they care to Join a Dutch treat dab I
or however you choose to put It ?
A woman educator of the University i
of Illinois says that high heeled shoes 1
are the cause of bowlegs and that j
waists so thin that a woman must !
shave to wear them are not decent
Sleeps Any Old Way Now
I am 50 years old and never was
sick until 8 years ago when I got
stomacn trouble, I have spent a for
tune for medicine which did not cure.
I kept on suffering and getting worse.
A fellow worker told me about Mayr5
Wonderful Remedy. After taking
three doses I felt like a different man:
before talcing It I could not lie on my
back nor right side. Now I can sleep
any old way." It Is a simple, harmless
preparation that removes the catarrh
al mucus from the intestinal tract and
allays the Inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and in
testinal ailments. Including appendi
citis. One dose will convince or
money refunded. Adv.
Order Your Sunday Dinner,
Country chicken dinner with coun
try miner ana DuitermiiK servea at '
Mission Hall, formerly Wit Vslrta i
Country Cloh. Spanish dishes served ,
to order. Good cooking- and good!
service. Private dinners and break-1
fast parties, banquets and balls
served. Until telephone is installed
phone your order to 13S6 before noon '
Saturday. J. D. PONDER. Adv.
A rieaaant Evening.
Tou can always spe id & pleasant
evening here. Our light refreshment I
meno carries the best of everything i
io eai ana rintc tjur Dig Jazz Band
furnishes the best dance music In El
Paso. Dancing begins at 8:30 oclock.
The Modern Cafe.
Downstairs In the Mills Ttnlldlne-
The Coolest Cafe In EI Paso. Adv.
Waterproof Yonr Roof with Guar-
anteed Marvelseal Cement. Rhein-!
helraer Lumber Co.. phone -438. Adv. t
EL PASO SCHOOL
A boarding and day school
of high standards.
Miss Slater and i!lss TafeJ,
Principals. Telephone 1929.
Traveling Bags of
SIS Sooth EI Paso St, oppoalte
Save Your Baby
It Is the time of year when
your baby Is liable to bare
bowel trouble. Avoid this bv
putting It on
Phone 340. Office. 423 N. Oregon
EI Paso Dairy Co.
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