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L PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition, August 9-10, 1919.
! EVENTS OF VARIED CHARACTER ENLIVEN AUGUST
AND MANY SOCIAL AFFAIRS PLANNED FOR WEEK;
EL PASOANS ARE BEGINNING TO RETURN TO CITY
pHE past week has been exceedingly,
Interesting In society in spite
these being usually counted the dull-
est days of the summer season. Grad-
ually El Pa so an s are coming home
from north, south, oast and west from
sea shore and mountain resort and
already one may see hints of prep
arations for the more serious activi
ties of the aatumn season. The school
folk on vacation are beginning to
make plans for the scholastic year,
the younger society set is thinking
of the happy winter social activities
and the women Interested in clubdom
are forming plans for the coming
season's work. Many CI Pasoans are
still in Cloudcroft and the. colony
will be augmented during the present
month bv belated vacationists who
have decided to be on 'the mountain
top for the first of the brilliant hued
autumn season there which bring?
such a wealth of red and gold foliage
iragrance or damp sweet
A number of large social affairs
marked the week just ending Among
these were the dance and buffet sup
per given by the officers of the 82nd
Emtsl E. R$an, Mgr.
1 Paso's most exclusive
and delightfully cool amuse
The only real dance floor.
Above the dust and dirt of
Cool drinks, light suppers,
excellent music and enter
tainment. Dancing every night except
Hold Paso Dd Norte
Fancy Spotting a
El Paso Lanndry, he
"I Hay; Found It."
El Paso's Finest Cleaners
, Wash the affected
surfac with house
hold ammonia or
warn Ealt water; then apply
A Delivery Service You Will Esteem
Punctuality. It is a courtesy you confer upon others in your dealings
with them. It is a courtesy you expect from others in their dealings with
It is one of the many benefits we extend you with our laundry ser
vice, when the Acme Laundry Man does your washing.
At a definite time each week he calls to receive your family bun
dle. At a definite time each week he delivers it to you again exactly
according to schedule.
He saves you time. He saves you inconvenience. It is one of the
many reasons why the Acme Laundry Mans service is superior to the
washtub method of grandmother's day.
Isn't it much more preferable than a smelly kitchen, an autocratic laun
dress and wash day weariness?
Ring 4300 ior the cheerful and obliging Acme Laundry Man.
By OLLIE P. LAXSDEN.
artillery for their new
ofandJaB' officer. CoL T. N. Horn, and
Horn are atresent guests at Hotel
1 Paso Del Norte.
j Another happy Incident was the
Dog Days dance for the membe-s
of the University club. A number of
social affairs have marked the season
at the rluh. The roof garden has
added very much to the enjoyment
of these affairs and refreshments for
the dance on Friday evening were
The MacDowell club- had a most In
teresting meeting uuring me week
- V , " 1-. " w..
when a Lt sit program was presented
under the direction of Miss Eva Cros
by. The musical world is to eniov
number of artists during the coming
season, ice woman s ciun nas al
ready made plans for the appearance
of Raphael Diaz of the Metropolitan
Opera Co.. Oliver Denton, pianist; Al
fred Corto, whose piano playing was
enjoyed here during the past season
ana ior tne quartet Kionzaiey. play
ers of stringed instruments. The an
nouncement of the appearance of
these musicians was made by Mrs.
W R. Brown at the meeting of the
MacDowell club on last Tuesday eve
The members of the White Shrine of
Jerusalem are planning for a bazaar
xo oe neia during tne winter ana an
other organization which Is all ready
for autumn activities is the Square
club of the Y. W. a A. A meeting
of the cabinet was held during the
past week when plans were made for
the work of the coming year.
A very charming affair of the past
week was the bridge luncheon given
by Mrs. Joseph HurxthaL honoring
two charming brides, Mrs. Robert
Mayne Reaney and Mrs. Charles
Brann. This luncheon is one of a
serle of affairs which will mark the
social season to be given at the Hurx
The Countrr club in nmrlnr vo
popular during these summer days.
It Is one of the coolest spots about
j Dance For Ralston
j By 20 Other Young
ADAXCIXG party was given Friday
evening: by Mr. and Mrs. Edward
K. Allen. The honor guests were
Ralston Cooper, who recently return
ed from overseas duty with the
American Expeditionary Forces, and
his sister. Miss Virginia Cooper. The
guest list numbered 10 men, who have
returned from overseas and 20 girls
of the younger set.
The drawing room and reception
rooms of the Allen home wsre very
attractive with decorations of dozens
of American Beauty roses and ferns,
combined most effectively with the
national colors. The table In the din
ing, room which held -the buffet sud-
j per service, was very dainty with Its
taacs 01 amencau oeamy roses, ine
soft lights ehed over the appointments
here were from rose tinted candles
burning beneath rose silk shades. A
Wartime Romance Culminates In The I
I Marriage Of Miss Rhea And M.G.Hilll
THURSDAY evening, at the home of . vode. The party went out on the res
the bride's mother. Mrs. L. Rhea, 1 ervation road.
-,,. .,, -pt,., ' . , r? , Mrs. Henry Robertson, after a ten
Miss Julia B. Rhea and Milton G.days. vlslt wltn ner husband In El
Hill were united In marriage by Rev. j Paso, returned to Cloudcroft TVednes
Barens Knowles. Only relatives and.V.
a few other friends were present. Mrs. John Covode for a week after j fner; the second prize, a half dozen
Ferns and daisies were the floral ap-l leaving Mrs. Frank Coles with whom silver teaspoons, to Frank Lyons, and
pointment The wedding march was I sh3 now staying tje i consolation a ttture ornnment.
, ..... x . i Mrs- EL Neff has returned to El H to Mrs. J. J. Froussard. The at
played by Miss Lnedna Taylor, as the paso after a visit with her sister Mrs. tendance prize, a hand tainted plate,
bridal couple entered. The bride was John Covode. donated by Mrs. S. T. Strother. was
groomed In a traveling sult of mid-j 0g- H-T Gross Is registered at the MAK
night blue, with ac-essories to bar-. - j present, among them the following:
monize. Her arm boquet was sweet- f
heart rose buds. As congratulations'!
and best vIshes were being said, the
gnests assembled in the dining room
for a dainty course of punch and
cake. After visiting Mr. Hill's rela
tives In Detroit, Oxford and Canada,
they will gc to their future home at
FlintAMichlgan. This marriage was a
cullmmation of a romance began
while the groom was stationed at
Camp McArthur, he being a member
of tbe 123th infantry band, 32 division.
He has seen overseas service.
Cloudcroft. X. M Aug. 9. Mrs. Wil
liam Dunn gave a dinner Thursday
night In honor of Miss Margaret Keff.
Miss Nancy Williams, Miss Helen
Dunn. MaJ Robert Neiland and Lleuts.
Wood and Ray Gross were present
Mrs. Winchester Cooley and Mrs.
Harland Irvin gve a picnic Thursday.
They bad as their guests Mrs. Walter
Howe. Miss Howe and Miss Peggy Co-
Oldest Piano Honse In EI Paso.
Sell at New York Prices,
town and Bert and Harry Beyer
stedt's orchestra Is adding materially
to the pleasure of the dancing hour
number of dinner parties will be
This evening, before the dance, a
given. Hosts at one of the largest
will be Col. and Mrs. Francis Glover
Covers will mark places for ten
Both the Red Cross and the War
past week. There has not been a day
very active In their work during the
camp community service have bcn
at the Red Cross House at Fort Bl ss
tha.t has not had an entertainment
instruction for the men of the army
av,lgo UUU lUdUjr IJiCcl.Sd.il I UUU'B
have been spent at Khaki club with
service and many nleasant hou- s
dance and entertainment idven und
the direction of the war camp com
This evening at the dance at the
Khaki club, Mrs. V. E. Raggio wtll
be chairman of the chaperon commu
tee and the other chaperons will in
clude: Mrs. Horace A- Lay, Mrs. B.
F. Darbyshire. Mr? B. I. Farrar, anti
Mrs. Matilda Burroughs. Sunday af
ternoon at oclock the girls of the
war camn community service are to
enjoy a sing song at the Khaki club
and a glee club Is to be formed at
Monday evening at 8 oclock a
meeting of the Court of Honor will
be held at the home of Mrs. Julia A
Sharp, 3930 Hueco street, district
manager. This meeting will be for
the purpose of making plans for the
coming year and to discuss the ar
rangements for a reception to bt
given honoring Miss Lilly Malone
upon her return from New Jersey.
The women's missionary society of
Altura Presbyterian church will hold
its regular monthly silver tea Tbiir.
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. J.
a, Pinion, zsvz -axcK-iniey avenue
Members will sew for th Rpsmia
A number of Interesting social nlann
are being formulated to be given for
visitors in tne city and the week
promises to be a decidedly pheasant
Men From Overseas
salad and an Ice course were served.
Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Allen and the
honor gnests in receiving and dls-!
penslng hospitality were. Mr. and I
jirs. iu u. swearingen, Jial. and Mrs.
paui MdMMrsan cSS. j
The Auerost dancA at tbn TTnlv.rsit.
or cuests i
tmu ncay evening.
Days" dance, was a
and a large number of gnests were
present The dancing was enjoyed In
the clnb rooms and refreshments were
served on the roof garden. The dainty
ice course was a nesselrode pudding
and punch was served from a dain
tily appointed service. O. C Young
blood and J. C Eldridge were In
charge o f the details for the dance.
The Exclusive Social clnb will dis
continue its dances, which have been
given each Saturday evening In r. O.
O. F. hall, during the months of Aug
ust and September.
Expert Rider Is
ISS MARION MAGUIRE, of Phila
delphia, who has recently come
to El Paso to open a riding academy.
She Is an accomplished equestrienne
and posed for expert riding for mov-I
ixie pictures prior 10 coming to the
A Bride Of
Fhoto br Feldman Sttudlo.
MRS. D. M. SUPPEESTEUf, who is one of the attractive summer brides, her
marriage having occurred on July 21 in Venice, California. Mrs. Supper-
I stein was, Dei ore ner marriage, jniss iiete xaeiion, ana nas liven in ti raso au
" ?" f & 7"?. lo u
stein returned to this aty, where they
j Large Number Enjoy The Benefit Card I
j Party Given By The
TpHE benefit card party given by the
x -daughters or Erin Friday evening
in the Knights of Columbus hall was
a very enjoyable affair and attended
by a large number of guests. The
following committee had charge of
arrangements: Mrs. E. M. Falrhurst.
Mrs. Dave Andrews, Mrs. D. Ford,
Mrs. M. Arvin. Mrs. C. W. Fassett.
Mrs. Ed Xngan. Mrs. Victor Galas,
Mrs. Kate Gardiner, Mrs. Ralph Davis
and Mrs. J. E. Gemoets. Daughters
of Erin who arranged the tables and
directed the serving of refreshments
included Mrs. T. M, Ryan. Mrs. D.
Ford, Mrs. George Savage, Mrs, E. M.
Falrhurst, Mrs. Victor Galas and Mrs.
J. E. Gemoets. A number of very at
tractive prises were donated for 'the
party and were awarded as follows:
In the games of 500, the first prize, a
cut glacs olive dish, was awarded to
Mrs. M. E. Foster; the second prise,
a silver meat fork, to Mrs. W. C
Hepburn and the consolation prize, a
bronze tray, to Mrs. Gus Momen.
The first prize in bunco, a cut glass
vr"i aware-a to Mrs. .Kate liar-
R. AND MRS. W. H. WOO LD RIDGE
entertained with a lawn party on
Friday evening at the "Wooldrldge
home, 250 King's Highway. Tables
were arranged under Japanese lan-
enjoyed throughout the evening and
j an Ice course was served. In this
course the color motif of Mnk and
J green was featured. First prizes
i were awarded In the bunco game to
Mrs. TV. L. Iong and Guy Loevlngston.
Consolation prizes fell to Mis MolIIe
I Geller and Emil Dlttmer. The con
solation prizes were very unique and
afforded much merriment. The guests
present were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Reed,
Mr and Mrs. TV. I Long Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. S. P.
Tracht Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bevelle,
jCapt. nd Mrs. G. W. Cootns. Mr. and
Mrs. Tf. N. perry. Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Preston, Mr and Mrs. Jack Taylor,
Mr and Mrs. H. G. ADDlebr. Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Barnes, Mrs. Jack Lasley,
Mrs Warren Adams, Miss Emma Ash- !
Ia f -vr-.il.. it.'.lAM 1 1I.. TI .'.. 1
jiij, .urn jiuiiic ucucif diioa ns 111 ici . j
f ire. Miss Nona Hughes. Miss Lucille
Stewart, Miss May Dahlmer, Mis
. Vnra ITenderson, Miss NiomU Miss
j N'loml, Miss May Belle Wooldrldge.
1 Guy Levlngston, W. A. Johnson. Emil
I Dlttmer, Paul Harris. Leo C. Peterson,
G. Heath. Fred Coney, Mr. Brewer and
vo form fToTlal diversion during
Morning parties are quite the fa-
these hot Aueust da vs. and one of the
most delightful of these summer par-
ties was given Friday morning at the I
Winans home, on Trowbridge street,
when Mrs. L N. Winans was hostess
In compliment to Miss Gladys Kiore, 1
whose engagement to Maurice C. Win
ans has been announced and whose
marriage will take place In a short
time. Ich guest was given a tea J
towel to hem and a prize was awarded 1
to the guest who did the daintiest
needlework. This prize, a lace frilled
tea apron, was awarded to Miss '
Gladys Scott who. In turn, oresented
It to the honor guest. Miss Kilgore
also received a guest gift, a pair of 1
silver hatpins of dainty design. Dur- I
Ing the morning hours vocal numbers
were rendered by Mrs. A. A. Lawler. I
Miss JoseDhln Turrentlne and Miss 1
Vera Ballard. Piano solos were played
by Miss Eva Crosby and Mis Helen
MengeL The blossoms of the summer
season used in decoration about the
reception rooms of the Winans home
were In tints of yellow and the same
color motif was employed for the Ices
served. Twenty-two friends of Miss
KU go re's were present.
Thursday afternoon the members of
the Wesley Bible class of Trinity
Methodist church were entertained by
'"a V ,. 1C1IUCIBUII a C lltl IIUUIO U ,
the largest of the summer. After the
regular order of business a holy hour
was devoted to general discussion of
questions In the question box. Mrs.
Henderson Introduced a very norel
contest. Punch was served during the
afternoon and refreshments of Ice
cream and cake.
ihnjif FJ P itnanz.
Mrs. John H. Ezell. who has been at
at the Kolstoa hospital for the past
rfal1" -ca3L' r" 1. v W""
are to reside and are at home in the
Daughters Of Erin
Mrs. R, J. Carson. T. G. Srfiwenker.
T.Y. Wallace. Mrs. StoacarO Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Ronan. Mrs. J. C Ronan,
W. W. Whitehead. Mrs. Julia Sharp,
Mrs. Flora Graves. Mrs. C. T. Wil
liams, Mrs. Victor calas. Mrs. Vf.
Hayes. Mrs. A. Hayes. Mrs. M. C.
HempeL Mrs. Fred Page. Mrs. A.
Welch. Mrs. F. T. Rother. Mrs. M. Mc
Dermo, Mrs. M. Kelly, Mrs. C C. Hill.
Mrs. S. Zj. Brewer, Mrs. J. C Odonlon.
Mrs. D. Lane, Mrs. M. J. Dugan. Mrs.
J. Keniflck. Mrs. Anna Hlnes. Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Davis. Miss M. Morrison,
Miss Katherlce May Davis, Miss Mary
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Lyons,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gemoets. Miss B.
Stoddart. Miss Dorothy Galas. Miss
S. Cole. Mrs. G. Savafce. Miss Louise
Dugan. Miss Mary Stedmond. Miss
Mary Falrhurst. Miss R. Falrhurst,
Miss L. Overkamp. Mrs. J. J. Frous
sard. Mrs. W. E. Fordham, Mrs.
Thomas O'Keefe. Mrs. C Sullivan. Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs.
Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Ryan. Mrs. M. R. Sweeney. Miss May
Congdon, Mrs. Joe Dunne, Mrs. M. Mc
Conaushev. Mrs. Eleie Sellv. Mrs.
Geo. Savage, Miss Grare Savage. Miss
Silvia Cne. Mrs. Joe Grant. Miss A.
Grant. Mrs. Mary Morrison, Mrs. M.
McGIennon. K. Gardiner, K. Sted
mond, Miss K. Burke. Mrs. J. L.
Burke. Mrs. K. Dunne. Miss L. Sted
mond. Miss Hannah Clifford. Charles
Drew, miss EilzaDetn HenaricKs. Mrs.
Ch3. GIllcsDie. Miss Rose GUlesnle
and Mrs. M. Redding.
two weeks, has recovered sufficiently
to return to ner noma at 2931 Arizona
Mrs. J. S. Eduar Is recovering, at
her home. 2921 Montana street, from
a recent severe Illness.
we have neatly arranged to assist
you in making a selection. All the
latest forms of wedding invitations :
and styles of engraving. Don't worry
about what it shall be, but come and
let us assist you.
El Pno Prlntlnir Co.
108 West Main St El Paso. Adv.
A Visitor Here
Photo by FeMmsn Sttndlo.
TLTISS GLADYS TABER, a charming visitor in the city from Dallas, Texas.
Ill Miss Taber arrived during the past week to be the house guest of Mis.
J. Dean Gauldin, at the Gauldin home on Bliss street A number of social
courtesies are to be given for Miss Taber during her visit here.
In Local Society
GIRLS of the War Camp Community
Service will hold a sing song and
form a glee club at the Khaki club at
4 p. m.
Swimming at the pool In the T. W.
C A. clubhouse with Instruction for
adults. 3 to 10 a. m, 7 to 8 p. m.
Sw.mming instruction for children
2 to 3 p. m.
Swimming, without Instruction for
adults 10 to 12 a. m.. 5 to 7 p. m.
Sn imming. without instruction for
rbt! Iren, 3 to S p. m.
M ss Helen Temple will direct the
program to be given In the evening
at the Y. M. C A. building In the 8id
field artillery camp.
Out Of Town Visitors.
Ferdinand Blenes. an attorney, of
Enid. Okla., is at the St. Regis.
airs. George Todd, of Deming, rf. M..
regstered at the Sheldon Friday:
Mrs S. A. Mellotte registered at the
Sheldon Friday from Tucson. Ariz.
Howard Burks, a business man from
' Durango. ilex. Is at the Orndorff
1 Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Moir, of Deming.
were arrivals at the Paso del Xorto
1 Harry A. Hall and wife, of Magda-
lena. N. M. were arrivals at the Shel- J
Elfeglo Baca, sheriff of Socorro 1 f
county. K 1L. was an arrival at the.g
Sheldon Friday. 3
MaJ. and Mrs. 1. A. Sprinkle, of Co- I
lumbus. N. M- registered at the Paso j g
del Norte Friday. 1
J. M. Daugherty. a cattleman. of'
Daugherty. Ter.. was a guest of tha I g
St. Regis hotel Friday.
iirs. u. 1a uincn. wiie oi Danger v. j
L. Ulrich. of Carrizoro. N. M, regis-,
tered at the St. Regis Friday.
Mrs. EL W. Tweed and daughter,
Miss Mabel Tweed, teachers, regls-
. tered at the Sheldon Friday from Aia
' mogordo, ?C. M.
!P R. Grimes, a Denver, Colo, broker,
after spending a week In El Paso, left
Friday night for the Cesdemona and
Ranger oil fields. ;
L. m. Jackson, A- Jieaiar ana c
Owens. Globe, Ariz, cattlemen, who
have been In EI Paso In connection .
with cattle shipments, were registered
at tbe Sheldon Friday night.
Miss Luclle Rives, of Alpine. Tex, Is
the house guest of Miss Margaret
Woodside. Miss Rives and Miss Wood
side were schoolmates at Ward Bel- .
mont college. Nashville, Tenn. 1
Mrs. Henry Ware Allen, of Wichita,
Kansas, a former resident of El Paso.
has arrived at Cloudcroft for the
summer and has taken a cottage. A.
number of her El Paso friends ex
pect to visit with her during August. 1
Mr. Allen was formerly in the life
insort.t.ce business in El Paso. 1
Mrs. E. B. Altman has as her houso
gnest her sister. Mrs. J. Pink Wooten.
of Abilene. Tex, who Is en route to
Los Angeles. Mrs. woolen win dc
arromnanlert on her triD to California
by Miss Verna Altman. who returns
for tne scnoiastic year at inn umver- ,
slty of California, at Berkeley.
Women's Organizations. I
A meeting of the Square club of
high school r. W. C A, was held on
Friday afternoon at 3:30 oclock In the
club rooms of the T. W. C. A. build
ing. Forty members were present and
the meetin?. the first to be held this
season, was a very enthusitstlc one
Plant have been made by the Square
club to give a swimming party at the
club swimming pool next Friday at-.
ternoon, August 15. j
Choose Pickard China.
There Is not one Item In the entire
Hlxson line that Is more beautiful
than Pickard China. The -coloring Is
exquisite, and the designs artistic.
Every housekeeper will be proud to
own one or more pieces of this ex
quisite ware. In addition to the
Pickard China we now show the new
est production the new Pickard Art
Glassware Either of these will prove
to be an Ideal gift for any occasion,
We remind out-of-town people that
we are at their service, when the
occasion calls for something in the
way of a gift or something in Jewelry
for personal use.
W. T. Illxaon Co. Hall Marie Jewelers.
Mills and Mesa on the Plaza. Adv.
Our Foot Specialist Is contributing
quite a lot of comfort to El Paso
people. Those who have crippled feet
are taking advantage of our Foot
Specialist and having them corrected.
We sell special shoes for both men
and women who have foot trouble.
Out-of-town people are asked to cor-.
I-rner Shoe Co, 229 San Antonio St.;
El Paso's Foot Comfort Store. Adv. I
Take a Kodak Senday.
Nothing more appropriate for the
Sunday excursion than a good kodak.
it you aon t own one let us sen you
one. Or, if you need one for a day
we wiu lena you one.
-Next Wigwam Adv.
The favorite stonnin? nlace for
Arizona and New Mexico people.
Hotel Laughlln. Adv. j
El Paso Riding Academy
Mist Marion Magnus, Instructress.
Saddle horses for rent. Riding habits furnished. Expert in
struction in horsemanship for ladies and gentlemen.
Phone 5S02. 504 E. Overland St
cdrs or luree teennual sciiools.
would prefer to take a young man after four years in a small Chris
tian college without any technical training than to tale him after an
equal time in preparatory technical work."
If you desire to take higher technical training, or to prepare
for one of the leading professions, heed this advice and take first
your college preparation.
Austin College offers:
1. Regular college courses leading to the degree of Bach
elor of Arts.
2. Special preparation for those desiring teachers certifi
cates. 3. Preparation for the law, medicine, engineering, the
ministry, general business.
4. Courses in the preparatory school for those unable
to meet college entrance requirements.
For catalogue and full information, address
The Registrar. AUSTIN COLLEGE. Sherman. Texas.
College of The City of El Paso
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
CoordmalcJ With The School Of Mines 0 The Unbadt
Thorough courses In Arts and Sciences. All work given fall credit
towards degrees by the University of Texas and other Institutions
of equal rank.
Special courses for teachers leading to a professional degree and
TUITION FREE For further
Texas School of Mines, El Paso,
A School of Eastern Standards in the Sunshine of the Southwest,
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
offers outdoor work and happy living, instruction under experienced
and successful teachers, home comfort and wise anit friendly care in
beautiful surroundings, and personal consideration for every pupil
from beginners' class through upper school.
For full information address
HISS ORA W. L. SLATER.
Telephone 2929. Hastings Street, Austin Terrace.
El Pasoans Reluming.
W. G. Walz has Just returned from
a 'rip to California
Mrs. Grace A. Benson has returned
to the city after an absence of several
weeks spent in the east.
Miss Kathyleen Orndorff has re
turned from a visit of several weeks
to Miss Nelle Hotchkiss at the Hotch-k-,ss
summer home at High Rolls,
Mrs. Harry Burwell. her two sons,
'Gene and Leroy, and her sister. Mr.
I J. F Hammer, returned during the
(past week from a visit of several
weeks to Los Angeles, San Diego and
other points on tbe Pacific coast.
I Harris Henning. son of Mr. and
"Mrs, E. A. Henning. will arrive home
ith-.s afternoon from San Francisco,
where he has been attending the re
j serve officers' training camp. Tonng
lYTnnn? remained in California for a
visit after the close of training and
was present for the Incoming of the
Padfio fleet at San Diego.
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President James of the
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"As the head, for many
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Tho Albuquerque Business Col If re p
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211-213 TEXAS STREET