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10 Tliureday, Sept. 11, 1919.
EL PASO HERALD
IStately And Beautiful Is Wedding
I Of Miss Schuster And Lieut. Marshall
' , tir OLX.IB P. LANSDEX. , IM
STATELY and very beautiful in de
tail was the wddlng- ceremonial
Vednesday eienmg at St. Clement's
Episcopal church which united in
marriage Lfoct. Schuyler Bailey
Marshail. Jr. of the United States
army ana Miss Mrgraret Ruth Schus
ter The church as decorated with:
pa'-r.s and plants and myriads of
cadral candies burned on tne altar.
! Two Chapters Of United Daughters
I Of Confederacy Meet; Elect Officers
All Love Excelling" and then came
the vested choir of voices singing
"Ancient of Days. and the proces
sional with cross and flag.
As the strains of "Elsa's Walk to
the Minister" from Lohengrin were
heard, came first Miss Sadie Ruth Ald
rldge and Miss Winifred Allen, fol
lowed by Lieut. Charles Unger and
Lieut. William Clark: then Miss Ruth
Schwartz and Miss Anne Magoffin,
followed by Lieut. M. Halloran and
Lieut. Thomas Woodburn. Then came
h also bore two great silaen Miss Helen Stewart and Miss Louise
iiocinson. iouowea bv ueut li.
ihe American flag and the ser-
Hunter Bowers, who walked alone.
lrADE HAMPTON chapter of
II United Daughters of the Confed
eracy and Cornelia Branch
chapter of the Children of the Con
federacy met in Joint session at
Washington park, Wednesday after
noon at 4.30 odock. The following
officers for Wade Hampton chapter
for the coming year were unani
mously elected: President. Mrs. C. E
Bryan: first vice president. Mrs. P. D.
Snlawn: second vice D resident. Mrs.
' w. Casten: third vice president. Mrs.
e j TITHEN ROBERT E. LEE chapter f
- VV the United Daughters of the Con-
Stone federacy met Wednesday morning In
e nag oi in- cnurt i . nuu.. The bridesmaid were f rocked alike ; j a! Sanders- fourth vice president.
Ve ,Aad ' ',ie,.f5arSl I " of white georget, ruffled to ii f witt? k" recording secre-
, i ..v .L," ..." t tne bodice with white taffeta. Theit Mrs. J. G. Morrow: treasurer.
,,' " , O0OIICO 1UI LUCSO AIltVB W3(B X1 IHULIIJ
-'Sla ic rance," Dvorak:
I -z t.iirt, Thome; "Ecocaise,"
r .i "Turk:?h March," from "The
, u rs of Athens," Beethoven-Ruben-5-
. "Celeste ida," from Alda" by
- r-,, and "Love Song:," by Bobn. Mrs.
J rt Hollidav sang "Love Divine,
French y 1 f- xnr t iranii- enrrMnondinz
creations of azure blue and shell pink I secretary. Mrs. W. J. Crocker; regls
I satin and short pink maline veils were ' trar. Mrs. E. A. Mitchell; historian
f bound to the bridesmaids' coiffures ; Mrs. J. T McLean, and Miss Emma
with fillets of pink and blue rose- j Nations assistant historian. Re pre -buds.
Their bouquets were held sentatives from this chapter to the
! in Victorian lace paper holders, j confederate reunion in Atlanta. Ga.,
I Following: the bridesmaids and' trere elected and include Mrs, C E.
nr-' Lieut. Marshall's attendants camel Bryan and Mrs. M. Y. Yates. Mrs.
the matron of honor, Mrs. C. A. Keine-j Bryan will also represent the chap
1 mund, a sister of the bride. Her gown, ter at the Marlin convention when the
Si : i n. it.... v..,j,.r- 1 ... . ...I.Iat. (ha FT Ti C Ann
n CicnJ Snriftfi ' maids, was of azure blue peorcet and i venes. Other delegates for the Mar
it 'V'i taffeta and her bouquet was of La lm convention will be elected at the
. I Vranrj rnux Mr Rnmtinrl'i nPi-lf. 1 rhantprs next meeting. The COlTie-
i iace was of pink pearls. The maid ori na tirancn c-ione cnapier aiso eiccieu
. , honor, Miss Madeleine Austin, of
' . U'9hnvtnn H C wan PAwnAil in
ue reception in tne evening in the pink taffeta, modishly draped and
parlors of the First Presbyterian with touches of silver about the
t-ur.h m comDhment to rir v.r.v bodice. The silver shoulder straps
)', ntnr nf thB ,ru 9 I were ornamented with a purple vel-
pQr' ' vet pansy Her arm bouquet was of
TITuMEN of the congregation of tha j lace was of pink pearls. The maid of
f First Presbyterian church will
Lv. and Mrs.
i carried a French basket of white and
pink carnations which she scattered
P. R. Knickerbocker! - ance roses, treceaing xne onae
w :i dc at nome m tne new parsonage tne V . T P V k IT
Montana street from 4 to 6 and' n(obin5on,V in Snty JTOC f( 8h.?i
Xro s to lu p m to members and Pink chiffon, designed empire in the
xr.c".'Ji or Trinity Methodist church. -v
Ki-bt autumn meeting of the Tour-
t' . 'llli in tViA ifrrnnnti .lnl.
-t the residence of Mrs. W. C. McCor- - xu t"V-n "4 w,,u-
344 Fort Boulevard 1 Tne matron of honor, maid of honor
i :-V-dVal ushers will give a dance I and, Vower girl each wore short pink
In ivn.hts of rolumboa hall in the 1 1V 8 Jik lbse f brimajds.
e.n.np for the benefit of the cathe-1 The J?ride intend with her brother,
c-a' ba-ket ball team. Pr Stephen A bchoster. -who gave
. .uh. The Ancient and Honored her n marriage and was very lovely
O-dcr of Hum.h-.pers." will give a I ln her redding gown of white satin,
darce at the Woman's clubhouse iniItf.was foundation of
tr.r- ct:r.ine- I white silver embroidered lace. Her
"Mrs C C Bryan will entertain with I xl: imported, of white lace beaded
a breakfast in :he morning at the' Wlth pearls, was bound to her dark
i;r-an home on McKinley avenue injhair w,th orange blossoms. Bride's
' - Iiment to Mrs E G Perry Mrs roses and orange blossoms formed her
J w Kirkpatr.ck and their baby I arm bouquet. Her only Jeweled or
duchters j nament was a pearl necklace.
i'-ughters of Erwm will give a ' Carl Relnemund attended his aunt
h-refit card partv in the evening in!" train bearer and was very can-K-i.
chts of Colum'bus hall ningly costumed as court page in
l-rday even In? dance of the 315th (white brocade satin with lace collar
roir machine thoi s will take place J and. cuf-
r-dimming ai ine y i. a ciud
Pith instructions for adults. 9
1 1' a m , 7 to 8 p m-PivimTiips-
without instruction Tor
.: . 10 to a. m.. 2 to 3 and S to
np without instruction
; to 4 p. m.
Dr Franklin P. Schuster, met his
bride at the chancel where the words
of the betrothal were read by Dr.
Fuller Swift as the choir softly sang.
"The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden"
and as the words of the service were
read the choir sang "O Perfect Love,"
As the wedding party left the
officers, including: President, Mar
tha Coles: first vice president. Tneirna
Splawn; second vice president, Wayne
Cobb; third vice president. Helen
Dale; fourth vice president, Gladys
Adams; registrar. Bernice M4t hell,
and corresponding secretary. Caribel
Ha roe r. After the business session
a. picnic was enjoyed by both chap
ters. More than 50 were present, in
cluding: five Confederate veterans,
three southern women of the war be
tween the states and seven members
of the Camp Crosier Sons of the Con
federacy. A serenade was given dur
ing the evening by Miss Ruby and
Miss Mildred Vermillion, who sang
old southern melodies. Alice Outlaw
sang also for the entertainment of
the guests, accompanying her num
bers on the mandolin. A picnic sup
per was served with watermelons
and ire cream. Jokes and reminis
cences were told during the twilight
hours. Mrs. W. Casten was in charge
of the ice cream and Mrs. E. A Mitch
ell the watermelons. Mrs. A. W. Bit
tick furnished iced drinks. I
Mrs. E. Sturgeon and Mrs. James L, I
Ouzts were joint hostesses to a meet- I
the chapter rooms of the organization
In the Woman's club, an election of
officers was held, and resulted as fol
lows, president, Mrs. B. L. Farrar; vice
president. Mrs. C. E. Kelly; second
vice president. Mrs. William Hal Ald
ridge. third vice presdent, Mrs. F. K.
Stevenson, fourth vce president. Mrs.
E. O. Perkins, recording secretary.
Mrs. Thomas O'Keefe. corresponding
secretary, Mrs K. L. Daniels; treas
urer. Airs. j. fciy. registrar. Mies
1 Addresses And Music Will Feature j
I Reception for Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Poe
COMMITTEES on arrangements havo
been named and plans completed
for the reception on Friday evening
at the First Presbyterian church for
the new pastor. Rev. Floyd Poe and
Mrs. Poe. This affair is being given
by the women of the church.
Mrs. W. L. Crockett, president of
the Missionary society, and Mrs Har
ris Walthall, president of the Wom
en's Aid society, have general charge
of the arrangements. They are as
sisted by a committee consisting of
Elizabeth Kelly: historian. Mrs. Robt. 1 Mesdames A. W. Foster. George
Lander; parliamentarian. Mrs. B. F. Franklin. Jas. Pickett, A. J. Morris,
W. V. Long and J. G. Barada. The
decorations for the reception room
and dining room will be 'in charge of
Mrs. J. A. Pickett and she has for her
committee Mrs. David Payne, Mrs
W. U Gaines. Mrs. K. P. Mosson,
Staten; musical dlretor. Miss Nellie
May Bowen. The directors include:
Mrs. Joseph H. Hunthal. Mrs. Will T.
Owen. Mrs N. H. Allen, Mrs. B. M. G.
Williams, Mrs. M. H. Boomer. Mrs. C.
W. Gillespie. Mrs. William Caplea and
made for the ceremony attendant uin ! Mrs- B- Twyman. Mrs. L. L. Rom
the unveilln of the monument on. koni M.?mrkH.:f2,iV?
September IT. which the chapter has! """"" "
erected, honoring the veterans of therai ,.",,,. , ,h. .mi
world war. and the confederate veter-L EAp?J.f!f ?,,?' rihf lit m Ind
ans and committees were appointed I h other ot the city and
5S.iUj5P.i?Jt!S-...StSkJf.pJ! "?:!aad with this handsome costume she
"V "1 iT" r. VL . " wore a necklace of amethysts ana
their wives. A brief program of mu
sic will be given bv Chas. Andrews.
Mrs. Ralph Henderson. Mrs. II. M
Long and Miss Barbara Worcester
Brief welcomes will be extended to
Dr. and Mrs. Poe by R. E. Thomason.
for the state; Richard Semple. acting
for the city: Rev. W. M. Falrley.
pastor of Westminster Presbyterian
church, for the ministers and churches
of the city, and E. A. Shelton for the
First Presbyterian church.
Dr. Poe recently came from Inde
pendence. Kas.. to the pastorate of
the First Presbyterian church. Mrs.
Poe and little Miss Helen Louise
have Joined him during the past .few
days having been enjoying a visit
with relatives In Ohio.
At the reception to be given by
Rev. and Mrs. P. R. Knickerbocker,
Friday afternoon and night, at their
new parsonage. 2521 Montana street,
there will be readings by Mrs. I. X
rorrinoton and m osteal numbers by
Mrs. W D. Howe, Mrs. W. H. Scott.
Mrs. Robert Lander. Mrs. W. T. Owen.
Mrs. C C Ballard. J. L. CoueeshalL
Frank Cheek. Misses Rffle Rudeen.
Dan Ella Burk. Juliet Wlngo and Bil
ly MfRea. and Mrs. Knickerbocker.
and a cabaret on October 4. in com-1
pltment to the officers and members
of the Robert K. Lee chapter and for
the confederate veterans, it was announced.
ing of circle C of the Central Bap
tist church, at the Ouzts home on
Pittsburg street Tuesday. A business
session was held and t the conclus
ion of the session i es with cake
were served by Mrs. Sturgeon and
Mrs. Ouzts Those present were Mrs.
W. H. Rogers, Mrs. M. W. Strong.
Mrs. C. A. Bannerman. Mrs. Frank
Scott Mrs. Bessie Schaer. Mrs. M. J.
pearls and about the shoulders a.
black lace mantilla, lira, scnuyter'
Bailey Marshall, sr.. was gowned in ,
black georget over black satin.
trimmed In bands of Jet pail)etes and ,
her hat was of Jet. Mrs. Woftbington ,
was gowned ln black lace and black
georget with bandings of Jet sequins. ,
Mrs. Elliott wore a creation of black,
and sapphire sequins with bodice of.
silver lace and black pallletes over!
shell pink chiffon. Mrs. Allen's gown
was of black georget over black satin.
trimmed with bands of black sequins
and Mrs. Austin wore a Frenchy ere-
ation of dull rose chiffon, entirely
U.mnhlll M mm Yt T T . , I
W. C. Davis. Mrs f. M- Milam; Mrs. ! ?Tred wth jfeek secjutas built overt
Charles S. Henning, Mrs. M. D. Gay-
loro. airs. j. t. tiouis. Mrs. T. W,
Lanier and Mrs P. E. Flenniken.
black satin. There were touches of!
coral velvet about the gown and on
one shoulder a coral ostrich feather.
Many of the society set of the city
The Parent Teachers' Circle of A1U "1" were Psent and very
i first autumn: ic . .
Members of tha Saltus club, a high
school organization, are planning a
dance for Saturday evening. Septem
ber 13. at the Woman's club. This
will be the first Invitational dance
given by any of the high school or
ganizations this year. last year the
club was very popular because of the
number of clever dances arranged
during the year.
' John Stahl Is In charge of the dance,
and the committee assisting him are
Dewltt Booth and Pancy Buckrer.
During the summer, several meet
ings were held by the members to
plan for this dan'.-e.
Mrs. W. R. Smith, Daughters and Guest
I Back From Cloudcroft Summer Home
RS. WILLIAM ROBERT SMITH
H.. .Arnrned from Cloudcroft
where she and her daughters. Miss
Frances Elizabeth and Dorothy, spent
the summer at their cabin. "El Plca-
eho." During the last two weeks at
nmidi-roft Mrs. Byron A. Smith.
daughterinlaw. of Fort Worth, was
Mrs. Smith's house guest. Mrs. Smith
will visit here for several weeKs. wu
iim -Robert Smith. Jr. 'was also a
guest at the summer home over sev
eral weekends. He will return In a
rew days to Auonn wesft
Tex where he will complete bis
studies. Judge Smith spen a short
time at Cloudcroft after he returned
from New Tork were he spent the
month of July attending federal court.
tie IS now at nicmw raiw. "
George G. Kerr, sister of Judge Smith,
from Oklahoma City. Ok la. and dangh-
ter. Margaret, are . visltfng at the
Smith home. Mrs. Kerr intends to
make her home in El Paso, and is v. 3.
lting with her brother and his famii.
until she has decided on her new lo
cation. Mrs. William Jefferson Deavltt and
her two children have returned froa
the California beaches where they
spent the summer. Mr Deavltt is 'a
the city with his family at present
and upon his return to Chihuahua
Ity. Mexico, where his business In
terests are located. Mrs. Deavltt asd
iba children will accompany him.
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Hardie and
three children. William Bradford Har
die. Thornton Hardie. Jr. and Eliza
beth Hardie. will arrive on Thurs
day evening at 8:34 o'clock from te
Pacific coast where they spent tha
summer. The little daughter of the
family was born in Long Beach dar
ing the family's visit there.
J Mrs. Kennicott Gives Party For Ninth
J Birthday Anniversary Of Daughter
RS. L. A. JCFXNICOTT. of S52s
Bliss street, entertained In honor
of the ninth b'rthday anniversary of
her daughter. Lucille. Wednesday af
ternoon. Twelve little friends gath
ered for the party from 4 to 6 o;loct
The Kennicott home was decorated In
pink and white carnations and fern
and the table was beautiful with pink
and white decorations and favors.
Pink and white carnations ln a crystal
bowl formed the centerpiece, and sll.
ver candlesticks held pink and whlU
candle,, a birthday cake decorated
with candles Illuminated the table. Mrs.
Ed Priest assisted Mrs. Kennicott a
serving. The guests were: Dorothy
Wuerschmidt. Anna Lou bert Marv
Ebert. Chris Allen Martin. Mary Goldie
Dunne. Lon Junior Dunne. Consta3-.ee
and Ruth Buchanan. Katheline Der.t
and Anna Louise Priest.
About El Pasoam.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Monree are happy
over the arrival of a baby daughter.
Ruth Haddow Monroe, born Wednes
day morning at their home. lZZt
vista school will bold its first autumn
meeting on Friday afternoon at 3
oclock in the auditorium of the school.
This meeting win be a social one and
Supt. A. H. Hughey will remain after
the meeting to meet and talk with
the mothers. Refreshments will be
church. Lohengrin's wedding march
was played and the choir sang the
recessional -Rejoice. We Pure In
Heart." as they left the chancel. As
the guests were leaving the church
a selection from "The Poet and Peas
ant" was played softly.
Immidiately following the cere
monial. a brilliant reception was held
at the Toltec club. Roses, palms and
potted plants were employed in dec
oration in the club reception rooms
and the receiving line stood In the
Austin's orchestra played in the or
chestra gallery during the reception
hours The great white heart shaped
wedding cake was placed on a table
covered with a cloth of Filipino em
broidery. The cake was enmeshed in
I white tulle and white candles In
! crystal and silver holders encircled
entire leneth of the rose, ivorv ball 1 it. Punch and ices were served dor-
room. In this line was the wedding ing the receiving hours and dancing j
party and In addition Mrs. Michael was enjoyea on tne root garaen "
Phllin Schuster, mother of the bride! the club.
Mr. and Mrs Schuyler Bailey Mar-! Lieut and Mrs. Marshall have gone .
shall, sr.. of Da"as. Tex., parents of .for a visit on the Pacific coast ana
Lieut- Marshall; his grandmother,
Mrs William Flojd Worthlngton. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Elliott Mrs. T. S. Aus
tin, of Washington. D. C, and Mrs.
Henry Ware Allen.
Mrs. Schusters gown was a cre-
will be at home after October 10 at
the Schuyler Bailey Marshall place in
Verv charming in aoDolntment was
the wedding service at the Edwards
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Gaarantee .Slk Ed
If yon are not completely f y& &T a n hM
HSSsSSs 10 cents ana 1
money back. He will re- A g j. n rt 0 t
fund it cheerfully on your v J 'Q iff B tt B
jju tninucGS work.
(S I make your next cake of Pat-a-cake. I
ah I Five or six vears aero vou could bakfi n annri oako U
for a quarter. You can now Pat-a-cake costs only
One package of Pat-a-cake will make a three layer
cake, two loaf cakes or eighteen cup cakes.
ation of black net and black sequins i home, on Gold street, on Wednesday
Akin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
i Akin, of New Tork Citv. became the
I bride of Ca.pt. II. A. Sehnmaeher. of 1
this citv. The bride recently came
( here with her mother for a visit and, !
in the aasence of her father, she was
given in marriage oy ner ancie. -ey-ton
J. Edwards. The draw tne rooms
and recent ion rooms of the Edwards
j home were decorated for the cere mo- j
1 mix ntiB luaca. ictus uu uaiuia, a-r .
George IL Iliggins, a life long friend
of tho bride's parents, read the lines
of the Episcopal service in the pres
ence of a few relatives and nearest
friends. The bride was very charm
ing In her wedding gown of white
lace and bridal velL Her arm bou
quet was of bride's roses. She was
attended bv her cousin. Miss Xancv
Edwards, very attractive ln a white I
frock of sreorsret over satin and car
Schu maker, of California, attended
nis Drotner aa oest man. xne wea-
j ding cake was cut by the bride with
sword tnai oeiongea to ner great
I grandfather. Gen. John Forbes. The
bride and her parents formerly lived
I in this citv and the Akin home is now
in New York Citv. Cant. Schuma
cher was connteted with the First Na
tional bank prior to entering the
army and upon receiving bis dis
charge will aealn be connected with
I the bauk. After a visit to the Pa-
I cine coast. Capt. and Mrs. Schumacher
I will be at home at their residence on
1 Rampart street. Capt. Schumar her
served with the overseas forces and
was in the army of occupation orlor :
j to returning to America.
A wedding service took nlace Wed
nesday evening at the home of Rev.
J. F. Williams on Magoffin avenue. !
unltlne In marriace Forest Mannlne
and Mt Frances E. Webb. Mr. WI1- ;
llams officiated and used the ring '
ceremony. ThTe attendants were J
Sergt. and Mrs. Harvey C Ekland.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. j
Edna Webb and Mr. Manning formerly '
lived In Cleveland. Ohio, but has been !
here for some time on duty with the
army, stationed with the Fifth cav- ,
airy. He has received bis discharge !
and after a visit to the bride's mother 1
here he and Mrs. Manning will go to
Fort Worth. Ter.. to make their home,
where Mr. Manning wll lenter the oil
business. Mrs. Manning's mother and
brother, Carson Webb, were present
for the wedding.
Rev. X F. Williams, pastor of the
First Baptist church, united in mar
riage at the church parlors at 10:M
o'clock Thursday morning. Milton K.
Moore and Miss Jean Allison. Both
Mr. and Mrs. Moore are from Boul
der. Colo, and will return to Boulder
to make their heme. They will make
the trip by way of the Pacific coast.
There were no attendants at the
wedding. The ring service was used
at the ceremony.
Mrs. II. I. Graham and sister. Miss
Nell Larrence, are entertaining Sat
urdav afternoon with a miscellan
eous shower In honor of Miss Kdna .'
Earl Douglas, whose engagement to ,
w. i. urooencK. oi jacKSon. lena,
has recently been announced.
is cake batter in flour form and contains eggs
sugar milk flour flavoring baking powder
shortening in fact, just the things you use in making
a cake the old-fashioned expensive way.
Every ingredient in Pat-a-cake is the best of its
kind and each one is carefully tested and must
measure up to the highest standards of purity.
Pat-a-cake makes a big golden homemade cake that
is good wholesome ftr J as well as a delicious dessert
Millers since 1774
C . A. GAM BRILL MFG. CO.
Also Millers of Patapsco Flour, Pantex Pancake Flour,
and I-Spy Buckwheat Mixture
PTrHTTTiTlli'iRi ii i i i iiWTlTi
Tbe EI Paso Federation of Women's
dabs is planning a benefit card part)
to be held on tbe afternoon of Sep.
tember 19, at 2:M odok p. m. The i
party will be given at Drangntous
'-A benefit card iarty was given by
the members of the Woman's dab on
neanesaay axiernoon at ineir ciao
honse on Mesa avenue. The card
tables were placed ln tbe auditorium,
transformed for the afternoon Into a
prettily appointed drawing room and
in tbe reception room decorated with t
.den flowers of the autumn season
Punch was served during the after.
noon by Mrs. Joseph Hurxthal and
Mrs. J. I Ely. During the afternoon ,
Mn. Ralph Henderson played a group
of violin selections and Miss Gert-1
i-nd. &mlK Mtnp- .T.c will T Ow.n
was chairman of arrangements tor i
the party and her assisting commute,
lnduded: Mrs. J. L Ely. Mrs. Hal
Christie. Mrs. M. A. Warner. Mrs. W. !
It. Brown. Mrs. B. F. Clutter and Mrs. j
J. W. Lorentzen, president of the
woman s club.
HlKh scores ln the brides game
were made by Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Mrs.
Holier. Mrs. A. 11- uoidstem. an.
Dryar. Mrs. J. M. Lewis. Mrs. F. W.
Rutherford. Mrs. H. M. Splnelll. Mm
P. W. Pogson. snd the low scores
for the bridge game were made by
Mrs. Barnes. Mrs. C P. Brown, and
Mrs. R. lm Honeywell. The high score
for the five hundred games were
made by Mrs. F. T. Strother and Mrs.
P. E. Kelly.
To get In on purchasing rich silver
mine 75 miles south of here in Old
Mexico. Win mean big money for all
of us. Only $1000 wanted. See F. L
Cunningham about it. Sheldon Hotel.
, For Sa
Red Seal . Records
88612 La Campana di San Gairfo. ............. .......... .$1-50
74595 Yotrzeit $150
EMILI0 DE G0G0RZA
64816 For Yon a Rose $1.00
74594 La TraTiata Ah, fore' e Ioi $130
64770 Tnrfdjli March $1.00
873303 Hard Times, Come Again No More...... $1.00
64817 Beautiful Ohio $1.00
64818 The Fint Rose of Summer $1.00
74g93 Scheherazade $1.50
87302 Sun of My Soul $1.00
18562(Peter Gink One-Step Six Brown Brothers
.85 (Egyptland Fox Trot Six Brown Brothers
18564J Fidgety Feet Onetep Original Dixieland Jarz Band
-85 (Lazy Daddy Fox Trot Original Dixieland Jazz Band
18594(TeIl Me Fox Trot Smith's Orchestra
.85 JThe Vamp Fox Trot Smith's Orchestra
I 85634 Rujpana One-Step .' Pietro
.85 (Hare a Smile Fox Trot Pietro
18593(1 Ain't en Got en No Time To Have the Blues Murray-Smalle
.85 (Take Me to the Land of Jazz Marion Harris
18589 (Anything Is Nice if It Comes From Dixieland. ..American Quartette
.85 Eyes That Say "I Lore Yon" Irving and Jack Kaufman
18588(A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody John Steel
.85 (Tulip Time John Steel
45167 (Chinese Lullaby Olhe Kline
l.C0(Baby Jim Elsie Baker
18590 (You're Still An Old Sweetheart of Mine Spencer-Burr
.85 (Gates of Gladness Lewis James Shannon Four
18566(My Swanee Home Vivian Holt Lillian Rosedale
.85 Alabama Lullaby ' Charles Hart Elliott Shaw
18592(Take Your Girlie to the Movies Billy Murray
.85 (Baby Arthur Fields
18587(Mrs. Raitus Johnson's Joy Ride v. Ralph Bingham
.85 (Brother Jones' Sermon Ralph Bingham
18591(In the Heart of a Fool Henry Burr'
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