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EL" PASO HERALD
: First Symphony Orchestra Concert
By El Paso Organization Proves A
Surprise and A Real Musical Treat
By OLLIE P LANSDEK.
THE success of the concert given on
Sunday afternoon by the Bl Paso
ynphony orchestra as James
u. -VcVary pr3:cted a few dajs ago
in an interview In The Herald, indeed
was astonishing. r. J. Gustat is
icKr of the group of musicians com
;jo.: k the orchestra, which El Paso
s JJt-tly proud of. In perfect accord,
n -tii:!C of the orchestra was thor
v enjoyed from the irst notes
of .-endsen's Swedish Coronation
mrih to the U"t strains of Brahm s
rarp'v melodious Hungarian dances
No? and 6.
'ifceir rendition of Schuberfs tin
fin.ned Symphony In B minor was
almost sublime. The playing of the
various xroupa of instruments in this
.lumfer were shown to particular ad-
r.nuge. the stringed instruments
and the horns ca.-h rendering their
parts with the most etquislte effect
nd merging into the melody of the
no,- of other instruments in per
... , icei orchestra's haTe often
appeared in the city, which did not
i..-. i.e tue beautiful interpreta-
-ir t1 at Ci Paso's own orchestra
Kae to its program.
1 ,.e appearance of Miss Sarame
Jta i.olds v. as fraught with great In
tercut not onW because of her being
i na'ne daughter of the west, hav
.iir i-rent some time in this city, but
because of ber ability as a singer.
Jr t -e has a wonderfully beauti
ful ve.ety richness, with a quality
'shr.h is very rsre in voices of rich
ne. ths-t of perfectly clear enuncia-
on Each word is spoken by Miss
TtanoMs In distinct tone, making it
possible for her audience to catch
every syllable. Her iigh notes were
rendered with the greatest ease and
the highest note of her numbers was
given with the same clear richness
of tone as hr medium ones.
Miss Ray no ids has a charming
stage appearance. She sings with
out the least affectation or mannerism
and her stately type and magnetism
give additional charm to her voice.
James Graham McN'ary conducted
the chorus of voices, which sang
"HaiL Bright Abode." This group
of musicians includes a number of
the city's best known singers, and
their singing under the leadership ot
Mr licNarv was both beautiful an.-t
finished. Their number was greet I
with hearty applause.
Numbers of El Paso's musical folk
were present for the concert, which
was a genuine musical treat.
Let nee Salad
with Dale Salad
Appetizing Menus for the Week
. Coolies, '
Cannelon of Beef,
Gn ocdii a la
Cereal, Stewed Fruit,
SEced Banasas. Cereal,
Frizzled Beef. Scrambled Eggs.
Cars Mumas. j Coffee.
Luncheon Esjergeacy Soup,
Lisas Bean Bread Sticks,
Croquettes, Apple. Date and
Crtara Saecc Nat Salad.
Carrel Salad, Dinner
French Dfewcsj. Sealaped
Coned Beef. ReSsk.
Boied Potatoes, Baltsg Powder
BeSed Cabbife, Btsost.
Dutch Leftaberry RoB,
Apple Cake. Frsit Juke
Lemon Sance. Sauce.
Currant J elf.
Of Social Events
GETS 28 EGGS A DAY
Chaa. c. Wfclte. Well-Kaown Breeder.
1 ell Hew. Comtm Se-tklsc Try.
I ?ave Don Sunp to 34 utility Buff
-Tpang-toa &nd the Bfrg yield In-
leased from 7 to iS a day. Don Sung
.s a wonder and I am now giving it to
all m v hecs regularly." Chas. G.
White. Manaeer Cherry HU1 Farm,
Mr. White is the well known breed
er and exhibitor. He wrote the above
letter in December, after bfs test had
shnwn a gain of 21 ergs a day from 34
rent? We w 11 make you the same of
fer we made him. Here It is:
Gie your hens Don Sung and watch
edlt5 for one month. If you don't
fnd that it paye for itself and pays
cu a Kood profit besides, simply tell
is r.r.d your money will be promptly
l 'on Sung (Chinese for egg-laying
works directly on the egg-layxng or
an. and is Jo s splendid tonic. It
ecsllv given in the feed, improres
the hen's health, makes her stronger
md morp active in' any weather, and
starts her laying.
Try Don Sung for SO days and If It
doesn't get you the eggs, no matter
hew cold or wet the weather, your
money will be refunded by return
-nail. Get Don 5ung from your drug
gist or poultry remedy dealer or send
50 cents for a package by mall pre
paid. Burrell-Dugger Co.,334 Columbia
Bide., Indianapolis, Ind AdT.
feel cranky before break
- a drink which makes the
uay an? id a joy to antic&ptac.
Republic Coffee Co.
te Rust It
Others Praise It"
Miss Ruth Critchett Is Guest Of
Honor At A Shower and' Pretty Tea
Most Nutritious, the Cheapest
Tood on the Market Today.
Children Thrive On
Phone 340. Office, 423 S Oregon
ElPaso Dairy Co.
XTWBERS o' beautiful courtesies
it are being sriven In honor of Miss
Ruth Critchett, whose engagement and
approaching marriage to IDlton Staedd
was announc-od at a pretty party giv
One of these courtesies was fne mis
cellaneous shower given on Saturday
afternoon from S until C odock by
lir. Margaret Klnnon SteTens at the
Kinnon home. The reception rooms
were decorated with ptnk and white
chrysanthemums and the other ap
pointments of the party featured the
dainty tints. Mrs. Helen Cooper Wil
liams and Mrs. Charles Kluak sang
during the afternoon, lira JC W. Kel
logg, grandmother of Mtsa Critchett.
who was present for the newer, had
made a comfort for her ami this was
tied during the afternoon by the
guests. The shower of gifts tor the
honor guest were presented in a great
basket, which was decorate with
white roses and ptnk blossoms. A two
course menn was served at tea time.
Mrs. Stevens was assisted in receiv
ing and entertaining by her mother.
Mrs. W. K. Kinnon. :
The guests invited to enjoy the af- I
ternoon at the Kinnon home included:
Miss Critchett. Mrs. J. C. Critchett,
Mrs. C. E. Kellogg, Mrs. J. W. Xubank.
Mrs. Horace M. Stevens, Mrs. Ritner
Crl.rkhrn Mrs. Ballarsl Cold well.
Miss Louise Kinnon, Mrs. ChAs Khink.
Mrs. Helen Cooper Williams, Jim. L.
j. Locke. Miss Constance Pateman,
Mrs. Philip Warren. Miss Margaret j
Brian. Miss Sybil Shedd. Mrs. 8am
Hawkins. MISS xuwe Bancnarii. Juae
Bsiaor ' Shelton. Miss Greta Pratx. j
vim t nMi Tttcf Mrs. Everett Loner.
Mrs. Kenneth MacCallum. Mrs. Albert j
Jones, Mrs. William Collins. Vtes Wil
ms, Elliott, Miss Kate Krause, Miss
Lucille Smith. Mrs. Katherine Shan- i
non. Mrs. Stella Fields, Mrs. Cravens.
Miss Stella Brick.
Tho date of the wedding of Mittcm
C Sbedd and Miss Critchett Is to be
Saturday afternoon. The ceremony.
marged with simple osrc pisur
wiU take place at four odock at
the First Christian .church- No for
mal invitations will be Issued but
friends of both Miss Criteaett and
Mr ShetU and of the two families arc
to be present.
Mrs. W. B. Lett will be hostess on
Thursday afternoon to a tea and a
shower for Mats Helen Dunn. The
announcement of the engagement of
Miss Dunn, one of the four charmlnx
debutantes of the past June, is one of
the most interesting ones 01 me se
ecn and numbers of courtesies for her
are In the planning. Mrs. Latta's tea
and shower for her will be given
from five until six oclock. -The
marriage of Miss Punn and Lieut.
Walter A. Wood will occur on Janu
Mrs. G. B. Rogers, of 19 Forest ave- t
nue, Atlanta, Ga.. announces the en- j
her daughter. Kathleen
Real!, to Capt. Harry E. Pane. Camp
ee, Vs.. of sa Paso. The date ef the
wedding la to be announced later.
El Pasoans Away.
Mrs. Ponder S. Carter, president of
the El Paso Federation of Women's
clnbs. will leave Friday. November
14, for Pert Arthur. Texas, to attend
the annual state federation meeting,
which convenes on the 17th in that
city. Mrs. Carter will also visit in
Houston and South Louisiana before
Major and Mrs. William Finley Bike
and son, William T, Jr., have moved
from the Plneview apartments. Hay
mount Hill, Fayetteville, X. C to
camp Bragg. FayeUevtlle. where they
are now located in their new quar
ters. Mrs. Kikes' slater. Miss Jose
phine Clifford, who is at school in
the Sacred Heart college. Belmont N
C will spend Thanksgiving, also
the Christmas holidays aa their guest.
She is the daughter of T. E. Clifford,
of this city.
Lodges and Cluhs.
On Tuesday afteraoa at I oclock
the closing ceremony of the Red Cross
canteen car at the Union station wilt
be held. A social hour win take
place there and friends of the Red
Cross asad of the canteen service will
be present to witness the eloaing of
this department of the Red Cross,
which has served faithfully since the
beginning of the war days. Thou
sands of soldiers and sailors have
been served refreshment at the car
since Its establishment- Mrs. J. L.
Campbell is oAairmaai of the service
and she and her assisting commit
tees, win on Tuesday afternoon be
presented engraved certificates of
service by Dr. W. L. Brown, who will
on the occasion give an address to
About El Pasoans.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lansdowne. ol
the Pickrell apartments, are the
parents of a baby daughter, born on
Thursday morning at Rolston hos
pital. Eat Lasneh Here Temraorrow.
Ton will probably have your family
to join you in attending the exercises
at Liberty Hall. A pleasant incident
of the day will be the lunch you can
enjoy here after the Patriotic Exer
cises. Modern Cafr Downstairs Mills Bids-Advertisement.
Annual Luncheon Of Federation Of
Women's Clubs To Be Held Vednesday
THE HI Paso Federation of Women's
clubs win give their annual
luncheon on Wednesday at 12:30
oclock at Khaki club No. 1. The pro
gram for this affair, which Is always
one of the most pleasant events of
the season, will Include the follow
ing: Piano solo. Mrs. Hlnden Butler.
Address of welcome, Mrs. Ponder S.
Federation Pioneering. Mrs. S. J.
Future Days, Mrs Julia A. Sharp.
Violin solo, Mrs. W. U. Dsughdrlll.
Owing to the fact that the Women's
federated clnbs will be busy Thurs
day with work connected with the
"Made ir El Paso" exhibit, the usual
second Thursday program will be
siven Wednesday afternoon immedi
ately after the luncheon.
The program will be as follows:
History of the aoag. "America."
after which Mrs. John W. Moss will
Talk. -Woman and the City Hall,"
Miss Helen Swift
Talk. "November as an Historical
Month," Mrs. R. H. Carrington.
TsJk. "Why Women Should Be In
terested la- TrnMraal Insurance,"
The federation is to have charge of
the dancing Thursday evening at the
"Made la SI Paso" exhibit in Liberty
halt, assisted by the Rotary club.
The opening feature Is to be a
cosmopolitan grand march and dance.
Many unique costumes are to be in
evidence. Fancy costumes represent
ing people from many lands will be
present and the "Made la El Paso"
Idea will also predominate.
After the grand march everybody
will dance the rest of the svening.
The federation la having a gypsy
booth for fortune telling at the ex
BETING at two thirty o'clock p. m
of the Woman's Auxiliary of West
minster Presbyterlsn church.
Open Forum of the T. W. C. A Sub
ject League of Nations.
The Mlsslonafy society of Trinity
Methodist church will meet at three
o'clock p. m. In the church parlors.
Riding classes at Fort Bliss at
o'clock a. m.
Gymnasium classes at the T. W. C.
A. from 10 to 11 a. m- Classes for
school girls from 4 to 4:4 p. m.
Classes for business girls from 7:10
to S:S9 p. m.
Meeting of the Parents Circle of
the First Christian church at three p.
Closing ceremonies at the Red
Cross Canteen ear at the Union sta
tion at I oclock.
tnm Port miu Circle of the Wo
man's auxiliary of Central Baptist
i4inp.lt will saeat at three oclock P.
m. at the hotae of Mrs. Frank B.
Been. 1714 Dyer street
Lnnrheon at the Kubank home given
by Mrs. Ballard ColdweU and Mrs.- J-
. -nk In compliment to Miss
Snth Critchett Kit WPllam Collins
and Mrs. Hit nor Kreleb sauna.
Michigan stands first in the value
of its lumber.
! Mrs. J. W. Eubank To Entertain Jn
I Honor Of Three Popular Local Girls
Hospital for Women and CM Wren.
St. Mark's. lfll Nevada. Pfc Mlas
Emily Dana Green. R. N Sunt Adv.
RS. J. W. EUBANK and Mrs. Bal
lard Coldirell will entertain at
luncheon on Tuesday at noon at the
Eabank home on Montana street in
honor of Mrs. William Collins, the
former Miss Julia Coldwell. Mrs. Rit
ner Kriechbaum, a bride of the past
summer, and for Miss Ruth Critchett
whose wedding will take place on
next Saturday afternoon at four
oclock at the First Christian church.
At the close of the riding class on
Saturday afternoon at Fort Biles, an
informal tea was given at the quar
ters of Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Robert J.
Reaney. Eighth cavalry. Mlas Elisa
beth Reaney and Mlas Katherine
Reanev are both members of the
class, which includes a number of
the society set of the city and post
Mrs. A. S. Valdespino did the honors
at the tea table on Saturday after
noon and many friends came in dur
ing the afternoon hours.
The committee of arrangementc
for the casserole sapper to be given
on Wednesday avaning by the mem
bers of Dove Shrine No. 3 of the
White Shrine of Jerusalem have been
appointed and include: Mrs. Julia A.
Sharp as chairman and Mrs. J. D.
Smith, Mrs. G. C Rtcherson. Mrs.
Robert Barrett and Mrs. R. L. Muse.
The atreper wQl take nlaee at C.19
oclock in L O. O. F. hall.
A very delightful party entertained
on Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Flor
ence Hlnes at the Sheldon. The table
for the tea service waa centered with
Pink and white carnations and ferns
and the appointments for the party
were very dainty. The guests in
cluded Mrs. W M. Butler. Mrs. S. H.
Sutherland. Mrs. Charles Pomeroy,
Mlsa Julia Pool, Mrs. Vadea and Mrs.
R. O. Wetraore.
For The Outdoor Girl.
Toltec and Country Clubs Give Joint
Dance Saturday Night At Toltec Club
tj. r tf v,. wao rvr i
its Easy ts iuu iuwn
Edwards' Olive Tablets
Th'i ferret of keeping young is to
feel young to do this yon must watch
your liver and bowels there's no need
of having a sallow complexion dark
rings tinder your eyes -pimples a
bilious lock in your face dull eyes
with no sparkle. Tout doctor will
tell you ninety per cent of aH sick
ness comes from inactive bowels and
Dr. Edwards, a weU-kcown physi
cian in Ohio, perfected a vegetable
compound mixed with olive oO to act
on the liver and bowels, which he gave
to his patients for years.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the sub
stitute for calomel, are gentle in their
action yet always effective. Hbey
bring about that natural booyaiiey
which all should enjoy by toning up
the liver and clearing the system of
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are
known by their olive color. lOe and
By fiRRTRUDB BBRRSFORD.
rTHE outdoor girl will love this ver
1 satlle wrap of earners hair. The
sweater-like vest gives a world of
warmth and aH the freedom of motion
necessary for golf, skating and other
sports. Supplied with mannish pock
eta and real leather buttons, this wrap
has all the attributes of good tailor
ing that the sports woman looks for In
her wearing apparel. The cape also
gives warmth and freedom and adds
a picturesque grace .that is very
charming in this type of wrap. Worn
with a sports skirt of tweed, velveteen
or Tartan braid serge, this eape will
be serviceable. The tan-trim hat may
be velvet or matching camel's hair.
lightful dances of the season was
given on Saturday evening , at the
Toltec clubhouse by thai members of
the Country club and thtV Toltec club.
The ball room was decorated with
quantities of southern smllax. rosea,
rhrysantemums. marigolds and other
blossoms arranged In artlstio fash
ion and the music for the danc
ing hours was furnished by Beyer
Punch was served during the even
ing and an elaborate buffet supper
was served during the intermission.
Three hundred guests enjoyed the
evening at the club. ,
A very happy afatr sal the dance
given oa Saturday erentng at the
University cixib in honor of the visit
ing footobaS team from the New
Mexico military Institute and for the
football team of the School of Mines.
Numbers of the younger social set
were present and the evening waa a
very pleasant one. The enapeeona
were: Mra. AHee Morriss. Mrs. Frank
9 samoa. Mrs. J- X. Richmond. PreX.
aad Urn. W. H. Season and Prof. T.
J. Dwyer. The danee was given fol
lowing a game at the stadium at the
High school hetwen the two teams.
A meeting will be held on Tneadkr
evening of the. Knights and Ladles
oi oecunry. -ram Meinees meetng
will be held until t oclock and the
remaining- hours of the evening wJB
be spent In daaetBg.
Former Miss Lenita Harless Visiting;
Mr. and Mrs. Kirwan Return to El Paso
Laundry Service Costs Me Nothing
It was tho that twe si oar pairsss spee to us a few days ago.
At At titse she was paying hi a bH of $1.69, so we asket! for aa eiplaaaticn
of what seeraeti te be a very straagc statement.
"It it afl so rifflpk," ske said, "that I am .serpraed yon ask. By seodfag oar
wishing to the bawdry I gak ten beers a week. I ate tiiese extra iieuri k personal
sboppiaj, instead of buying oy iekpfe. Last vreek I was &st a&ie ts make a sivkg
of mere tfaah 5J0 k my pwrchases. I cosld have said jsst as tnr&fa that knadry
serrke adnafiy adek to ay income."
. We tawaght it quite a MsaWe dosertic arrangement and e pus k on to 70a
with oar heartiest recoatBenatieet.
While yos arc fhoppiss we wiH give yaar persoaal and fassity &'mgs a kaader
ing that yon vrs? highly esteea. There is nsrkieg of rnobisg or tcrabMag in our;
methods only soft water and ep of the host Perfect rlrnnfinrn and sterilization
is the sum of oar work.
Simply Rimg 4300 for the Always preset aad o&giag Aose Unsdry Man.
"LONG LIVE YOUR LINEN"
RS. CHARLES KLTJNK Is the
guest of hr parents, Mr. and
S. G. Karlesp. at their home on North
Florence street. Mra Klunk Is ths
former Miss Lenita Harless and she
and Mr. Klunk live In Sierra Madre.
California. She Is entertaining this
evening at the Harless home in honor
of Mlas Ruth Critchett. Thirty guests
will be present.
Miss Louise Crow, of Santa Fa
Kew Mexico, arrived in the city dur
ing the past week and la Identified
with the El Paso School tor Oirra.
Miss Crow has for the past two years
tie en a memner or the art colony at
Santa Fe and for the past year has
been engaged in some very Interest
ing art work in the Ban IldelfonsO
Pueblo near Santa Fe. Miss Crow la
a friend of Mlas Ruth Augur aad MhM
Augur was her guest both in Santa
re ana tn Colorado.
Mftl R. P. Weinlrar. at Lb 4.1dm ad-
r vacate aeneral's denartment- with
; headquarters at San Antonio, is at the
Sheldon, spending a sick leave here.
He expects to get out of the service
soon and return to his law practice In
Lieut. J. Ross Kirwan, who -has just
received his discharge from the Fifth
cavalry in the Big Bend district, has
arrived in EI Paso with Mrs. Kirwan
and son. Mr. Kirwsn Is to tako a po
sition with the firm of Krakauer.
Zork & Moye, Sues.
Arizonans registered at the Paso
del Norte Sunday were. Ed J. Oott
helf and X. E. Ortls. N'ogales; 8. B.
Oanla, Tup con : A. D. Hayes and I
Barkins, Jerome: W T. Good. Doug-
Mrs. O. Tf. stadler. who has been
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mra. E.
P. Durham, and her brothers. Ernest
Durham and Arthur Durham, left
A&a FOR GET
Tot Infant and Invalids
Avoid laBitshlioB ekBtf Sab tittJt
I Is a consMtullona! disease. Years
or" 11-.-- i,a proven the curat. e value
Of t:.- rr. ----f-al !t'necj. HoOi'S
.a-"" r.t- . i i. !T-.lt of tin-,
' r T: 1 i - I -r'lt'C.'-iitiidetllo
ehisnUr on the Golden state Limited
tor ner nome in jsracKettviDe, Texas.
West Texan s who arrived at the
SheMon Sunday were W. A. Buchan
an. Alpine: Mrs. L H- Yates. X B.
Oltptaant. H. B CTKeill. o. A. Howard
and Mrs. J. S Coo. Marfa; C C
Bruges and wife. AntarUIo.
JSw Hsaleans registered at the
aneidoa Suae a v were: v. V. Frre aad
H. C Miller, Alomogerde: H F. Baw
dy. Meunlatuair; F. "W. Ortffla. An-
uu; jbbsb viaa. aintaw. lienwooc.
K. Williams and J. X. Jaeksoa of
auiaonr. J. K. Btatfonl of Spar and
n. r v-aanett, or iron worth are
party or Texas oatuemen who ar-
nveo at the St Regis Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Merrr and Mr.
and Mrs. X. K. Serfert. an ot Hur
ley, aad X. Knelfi. of Las Croces.
were now Mexico amvats at the Mc
IV C. Brite. of Marfa. Texas, pres
ident of the Panhandle and South
western Stockmen's association, was
as use mo ael Norte Sunday.
Artaonans registered at the Sheldon
Bunuay were: s. B. Bullock, Phoenix;
TS. Sarlow. Jerome; P. W. Sony.
Miami; A. J. Rowland. Tosco n.
Mrs. Wm. A. Weed has as her gweet
at the Aastla apartments Mrs. Niche
las J. Sprank. atD&3, Aria.
D. and Carl Taylor, cattlemen of
Van Horn. Texas, registered at the
at. Regis Sunday.
John H- Hicks, catleman ot Cuervo,
N. M. was at the Paso del Norte
R. C. Stratton. of Bis bee. Aria., waa
aa arrival at the McCoy Sunday.
Leg Stenciling Tabooed
By Girls In Cold Weather
Wichita. Kan.. Nov. 10. The fad of
sienciung tne legs as a camouflage
for silk stockings may work tn Cali
fornia, but take It from the eight
"Mack sennett" girls who were here
at the international wheat show they
do not prove satisfactory in cold
"Silk stockings are so terribly
high." explained one of the girls after
they had received a "warm" recep
tion when they appeared with their
stenciled stockings on the streets.
"But aoodness It turned enM b.r.
and sllktts a little warmer than sten
cil worst, m say.
Mrs. H. H. Godard. an enthunlfiatle
worker in the cause of sroort roads.
hai ten elected J e president of the i
unni-r unoa KfaGs ieague. ths I
eaiilnir oraranizaion of kind "i
Smooth aad velvets' a
the petals sf s res Is
mscoinvfexloa aided by
Nadtss Face Powsta
Tfcts deaeste Imaaasr
tmesru sn tadfaniMe
ehatm a eherm wfah
aecers ta the meaery.
Tae ssMth tntars sf
ffadsi adheres maea
washes sC It srmsli
aesbera cr the rstssra
he eoetness Is rssrssV
tec and H eaaast bana
the tender est sssn.
Madlne Pace ru sir
bseistlCes tsinseasef sess
phxtsas toaay. 'Wayset
SM 4s Grm l
At UaShi Miir
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY.
W' and a lot of the
will be interested it this
Tuesday & Wednesday
in our satisfying
Women's Pure Thread SHk Hose reinforced
with mercerized lisle A regular iO AQ
Women's Silk Hose Splendid values, $2.50
and $3.00, "On Sale" $1.98
Large Assortment of Women's Colored Silk
Hose unusual good wearing qualHtf, $1.25,
$1.50 anod $1J5 values, "On Sale" QQq
Women's $1.00 Silk Hose Full fashioned
colors only "On Sale" at, a pair,
Mens Good Quality Fibre Silk Hose Regu
lar 65c quality, "On Sale" at, a 49c
A spfeaSti opMlwaity to
"stock op at a real savmg
"Merode" and "Harvard Mills
November 10th to 15th
THIS week beginning
Monday, November 10th, is
"Mbvde"o& "Harvard dGUs"
Underwear Week in all the lead
ing shops in the country.
Visit the dealer in your town
who carries tiiese garments. He
will be glad to show you the
different models aad fabrics.
Winter is coming ! You'll go
with joy to meet this radiant,
bradng season of cold if you're
dressed in the snug, comfortable,
cosy warmth of "Merode" or
"Harvard Mitts" (hand-finished)
It's not only warm it's beauti
fully tailored. Every garment is
cut by stand and fits every curre
of the body, thus allowing per
fect freedom of motion. Wear
ing comfort and good looks are
afforded by the smooth patent
A variety of models vests,
drawers, tights and union suits
for women, girls and children.
Extrasizes for tall or stout women.
You will be surprised at the
very moderate prices asked for
"Merode" and ' 'Harvard MUU"
when you see the high quality of
this beautiful hand-finished
. under ar-
Winsllip, Boit & Co., Wakefield, Mass.
In cotton, mertae sad
Sk mix to res. See it
at ths leadsBg shoe.
"Merode' aad "HsrvsM
Mina"Underwer is made
lor yoer babies, loo