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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, Nov. 11. IMP. 15
Mrs. George Dillman At Fort Bliss
! Is Hostess To Pretty Bridge Party
I Black Satin Favorite
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'j! ITALIANS HELD IN UTAH FOR
fRS GEORGE D1LUCAN. wtte of
Lieut. Col. Dillman. of the
Eighth United States cavalry, was
hostess thla afternoon at the DUlman
' -arters at Fort Bliss to a prettily
arranged bridge party for a group of
Crimson rosea were employed in
decoration and at the close of the
games a salad with tea was served.
Tr-e personnel of the guest list In
t :ded: Mrs. Francis W. lilover,
Harriott Howae. Mrs. George
odyear. Mrs. Ben Catlln. Mrs. C.
Smith. Mrs. P. R. Lpton, Mrs. A.
i Lacey. Mrs. K. B. Edmunds. Mrs.
li'ra B Sherrill of Colorado, mother
c' Vrs. Edmunds and her house
f. :"t. Mrs E W. Mitchell. Mrs. W. J.
I i. and Mrs Walter Buckly.
"n nert Fridzy evening at 8 oclock
in the Knights of Columbus hall the
r r.ncntiri of Erin will give a benefit
'an' pa-ty Mrs. Martin K. 8weeney
w..i be chairman of the affair. This
will be the last card party of the sea'
son to be given by this organization.
Mrs. William B. Glardon. lr, will
entertain the Vallev Bridge dab on
Thursday afternoon at tbe home of
her sister, Mrs. Louis Foil, at Ysleta.
Aulomobiling and 0 tilings
The wives, daughters and guests
of the Country dob, will enjoy a
series of mornings of golfing at the
links In the upper valley golf coarse.
The first of tneae series ei games
will take place on Wednesday mora
ine the nlavlng to commence at 9
oclock. Amone- those who win motor
out for the golflne on Wednesday are:
Mrs. K. K. Neft Mrs. Waters Davis.
Mrs. Lee Fraser. Mrs J. F. Williams.
Mrs. John Covode. Mrs. Peyton J.
Edwards, Mrs. Davis Mayfield, Mr-.
W. K. Ramsey. Mrs. Charles Nebeker,
Mrs. Walter Arnold. Mrs. Walter
Drary. Miss Alice Myles. Miss Mar
garet Gethlng. Miss Nancy Edwards,
ana sitae r ranees etmin.
from Neck Down You're Worth $2;
From Neck Up There's No Limit, Is
Slogan Of The El Paso Y. M. C. A.
"ROM the seek down you
worth 12.09 m day and from the
rok up there ia no limit" has be
en. ihp slogan of the local t. M.
C. .A There is added to It the state
ment 'The gymnasium works on
f-om the neck down and our
i --hi school from the neck up.
The classes that have opened their
f.'k up to date are accountancy, m
f ianical drawing. Spanish, and effec
ts e speaking, and each of these has
a good attendance.
The corps of teachers follow: Ken
rth F. Mandell of the firm of F. G.
'as' uclette company and Stuart
J- rehire, attorney, of Hudspeth, and
rUaf-e, Harper snd Berkshire, in the
? vourncT course; T L. Dierson in
t mechanical drawing course.
t "Qr ranseco In the Span-sh course,
s-nl J. E;me of the El Paso High
f mri 1 1 the effective speaking
"i Te In this latter course, which
irrlted to 23 students, there Is
ria--e for a few more enrolments.
The next course to open ill be
KrVananshlp. which will start Thurs
ti"v nlerht. It will be taught by Rob
ert Parker, vice president of Field
Parker and company. It will be a
cii-e of 20 lessens, pursrtnsr the
york of the national Y. M. C A.
pi esmanship cour?& tneetlnjc on
are Thursday nights for 20 weeks. At
tendance in ue ciass wiu not oe
DR. BROWN APPRECIATES
SUPPORT FOR RED CROSS
"The third Bed Cross ran call has
demonstrated beyond doubt the appre
ciation of the people for the great ser
vice of the Red Cross during the war
and the necessity of Its existence as a
peace time organisation to take care
of civilian disasters of whatever kind
or character." said Dr. W. L. Brown,
president of the local chapter of the
"The San Francisco earthquake was
not a war d Raster, neither wan tbe
Johnstown flood, the Corpus Chrlsti
tornado disaster and many others.
Through the loyalty and farsight
edness of tbe Red Cross workers of
this community, the local chapter has
been pot In good condition to take
care of all the legitimate demands
that can possibly be foreseen tor the
"I wish to take this opportunity
upon my retirement as chairman, af
ter receiving the loyal support of the
Rod Cross workers for tbe past three
years, to thank them one and all for
their most hearty cooperation and ab
solute loyalty to the organization."
For Evening Wear
Salt Lake City. Utah. Nov. 1 1 Two
Italians, alleged to have been active
ina anti-government activities In the
coal region In Carbon county. Utah,
were arrested bv aoveroment agents
j.t Helper todaj. Lae Gersnun. head
the department of jrstite bureau
here, says the Italians will be held
awaiting deportation proceedings by
the departmnet of labor.
II.tnWF.LIa TALKS ON THINGS
OP lATKHHST IX TUB VALLEY
Last evening it 8 r a. St Clin
ent. s Men's club was addressed by
ttoland Harwell, county farm demon-,-trator.
upon the agricultural re
sources of the valley with lantern
slide UluFtratlona Thl was followed
by n discussion of "cows and chick
ens and tbe simple life."
eat &fl ponnds of rodftsn a day.
CREW OF STEAMER POLAR
LAND, SUNK, NOT FOUND
Halifax. N. S- Nov. 11. The 49 of
ficers and men of the Linked States
shipping bard steamer Polar Land
who took to the boats Hands when
their ship was sinking M mile earn
of the Cape Breton coast. haT noi
been found. Several dtearj
up the search for the boats y ester da
PLOT TO DESPOSE SULTAN
OF TURKEY DISCOVERED
Berlin. Germany. Nov. II -iV1-London)
A plot to depose the salta'
of Turkey has neen discovered. sa -n
PonstftrtnnnDle iliffparrh dated
By CEBTRODB BBRBSFORD.
BLACK satin Is In high favor tor
evening gowns, especially when
combined with Jet. rhlnestose. silver
or gold. A most effective bodice com
bines Jet and rhlneatone In solid em
broidery laid over flesh-colored chif
fon. A square of larger stones Is set
at the center front. From this orna
ment hang strands of Jet beads.. Tbe
skirt of black satin ts draped In a
spiral overskirt. Deep Jet fringe hangs
over the narrow black satin dropsklrt
Although the Velaaqu-x silhouette,
demanding a fall skirt and a tight,
pointed bodice, la growing In popu
larity, many smart women cling to
the narrower skirt that more ciosel)
follows the lines of the figure. To
lead pencil silhouette is. however.
i847 ROGERS BROS.
S I LVERWA R E
TOR Ac woman who delfghts in distinctive
A silver, wc unhesitatingly recommend the
Herakfic Pztterrj a revival of the hand-hammered
-work of the early silversmiths.
The pattern can be had in tea sets, vases,
trays, etc., to match knives, forks and spoons.
Its durability k assured by the unqualified
guarantee based on seventy year actual
Will demonstrate 1847 Silverware in our Silverware
Department Tuesday and "Wednesday. All ladies are
welcome. Miss Wilkinson comes direct from the Inter
national Silver Co.
Every one welcome. This is an educational demon
stration and not a selling event.
116 E. San Antonio.
m "MADE IN EL PASO"
Piet, Cakes aad Partly
are EI P&to preeWct of qoalky aad merit
Tboauands of EI Pate houewtvej w3I roach for dui.
Become one of ear patrons.
Powell's Home Bakery
!0!8 East Boderard. Phooe 163.
Dasse. SktrtS ar Amt4AW -arf4r than
Honeymoon Interrupted in
El Paso; Husband Is
Held as Prisoner.
Sometimes tbe ions arms of the law
reach out and- deal tragedy to setae
heart that has been filled with Joy.
Glvlnc protection to the people or a
nation it works by rnle and oft times
those rules strike hardest where there .
apparently is no wrong. There Is such
a tragedy in process In B9 Paao now. '
Fonr months ago Harry Sterne, of '
Belllngham. Wash., married a pretty '
yonns woman. The fntnre was rosy. '
Ufe looked snod aad the jravnc
coaple Ji.yed In living. i
Scon after his marriage Sterne and !
his bride purchased an antomooiie an J
prepared to come to Bl Paso. Hp '
ecret was made of their denartnra. '
a ai'Dsianuai payment was made on i
the car and they started their honey- '
moon Journey to the southern ga'te- '
way to the Dnlted States. Arriving .
here they proceeded to divide thatr
' life between their love aad the nsonl i
toarist activities. Then can.e the Mow. j
A telegram was received by the no- 1
"lice, signed by sheriff Wltl D. Wal-':
lace, of BeUinghun. assdns that the
police arrest and detain Sterne. No:
explanation was gives bat the arrest ,
was many. With his bride cllactaK
frantically to his arm Sterne wns j
taken to police headojnarten. There
he professed ignoranre of any crime
he might have committed. Mrs Sterne
wept and declared that neither had
, done a wrong. Chief, of police J. K.
, Montgomery decided to investigate
and sent a telegram to the Washing
ton officials demanding a cony of the
warrant for interne's arrest. This
warrant arrived, with the stateaaeat
that an officer would arrive Wednes- ,
day to take Sterne into custody Tbe
warrant charged errand larceny, haeed
on a technical point which forbade
Sterne's taking the antomooiie from -the
state without a full payment. Tbe
bride prodneed a cancelled cheek. ,
proof of the good Intentions of th ,
couple. Bat It availed nothing against ,
the rule of the law.
And so Thursday a heartbroken
bride and her husband will begin be
long Journey to the north, the hus
band a prisoner.
But In his trouble 8terne had proof
of the fidelity and absolute trust
which his bride bad given with her i
marriage tows. During bis entire '
confinement, almost a week, she if ,
paid frequent visits to the city Jail,
where through the courtesy of the of
fir era she is permitted to remain with
her husband. She has provided her
husband with comforts and net once
has her faith faltered. Always has
she hovered near that she might make
the hard way easier. i
But the light may sift through tbe i
darkness. Officials here are of the ;
opinion that the possession of the j
cancelled cnecK win prove tne magic
key which will open Sterne's prison
door. It is believed that the techni
calities of the case will fade when
confronted with evidence of the hon
esty of the man.
WALTER REESE'S CONDITION
IS REPORTED TO BE WORSE
Attendants at Hotel Dieu reported
Tauit. aftmivlti th. rAfirllllAn of
Halter Reese, city detective captain. I
has taken a turn lor tne worse Alter
a short Improvement physicians gave
filch t hope for his recovery and the
setback acraring Monday nlebt has
reduced bis chances for recovery to a
Reese sustained a severiy rracturea
skull at X oclock last Friday morning
when his car turned over on a curve
at Val Verde. The pavment had be
come slick from recent rains and
Reese was unable to keep control of
the ear. William Kelt, an oil sales
man, was with him at the time of tbe
accident but sustained only slight
Tto lniured man did sot regain con
sciousness for more titan 75 hours
after the accident but recognlied his
wile on tne morning ox uie ion."
OFFICERS ARE WITSBSSBS
IK FEDERAL CASK
Cant. George Harrison and first
Lieut. Charles H. Unger, formerly
stationed here and now with the Fifth
cavalry at Marfa. arrived Monday
night in EI Paso. They will be wit
nesses in a smuggling ease in the
federal district court.
Xattlce Temple No. SI. Pythian
Slaters, regular meeting Wednesday
night. T:S0. K. of P. hall. Every mem
ber urged to be present. Business
of very great importance and of spe
cial Interest to all. Visiting Sisters
Adv. Urn. A I". Cleve, K. E C.
SAN ANTONIO & STANTON STREETS SALE
TYLE CHOP WENDESDAY
WEAR NOV. 12.
P r i c e
Ten Days of Terrific Underselling
Our entire stock of Ladies' Wearing Apparel to be sold at 33 1-3 to 50 percent reduction.
This stupendous and daring Price Reduction Sae, coming as it does in the very heart oi
the season, will create the greatest merchandise event El Paso has ever witnessed. We are de
termined to give the public of this vicinity the greatest values ever known and this event is a
mighty demonstration of our effort. Prices will not be lower in January.
Attend This Sale And Save One Third To One Half On Your Apparel
Special One lot of Georgette
Waists in white and flesh,
Georgette Crepe de
and Satin Blouses,
$2.00 Camisoles, in flesh and
white. Sale price,
A GENUINE "OLD-TIME"
SALE OF SUITS
LOT 150 Suits of VeJoar. Popfa aad Novehy Cloths. d Q A J
$35.00 to $40X0 vahies Li, I D
LOT 225 Suits k Vdour. Serge and Popfe. QQ IK
545.00 values r t O
LOT 330 Suits, k SOvertose. Serge. BroadcfcA. tfjQA yC
$50.00 to $55.00 values pDi7 . D
"LOT 4 15 Suits k a! SMteriak. f A A
$d5X0 values .-. tPfarr. O
Fan Tasi Skirts
40 Fastasi Skkts aJt FaM shades.
All $10.00 Waists in Georgette
Crepe, in all shades, sale price,
$12.50 and $15 Blouse, in all
wanted .shades specially
$1.50 Camisole, in flesh and
A Mighty Coat Sale
THAT WILL STARTLE THE MOST SKEPTICAL.
50 Goats k all wanted materials, al sizes.
A $30.00 value.
25 Coats to dote out.
ated materials, al sizes. d1 Q J r
idoteettt. tJJOI 7C
to $40.00 tPf&. D
On: lot of beaetifa! Satw. Tricotke and Srge Diesses. (&10 '7C
Values up to $35X0 i& J I J
$35.00 to $40.00 Dresses. Spectal 6nz S24 75
tins sstc ,
OTHER DRESSES IN ALL MATERIALS FROM $345 TO $..
$330 Ciepe Kkwwas. rt0 AQ One lot of Serge and SXk One lot Mack Taffeta Waists. $5X0 15 Shake Coats. gray Q wjr
Special for this ak . . 4G.I70 PopEn Skirts. Special. . . V O vafees. $3 85 $'8 ""
$W0 Beacon B.A Robj Special for One kt of Serge SkkU. dQ Qf- fee lot 1' Silver Co $40X0 OSft Taffeta Petticoats i a
Se S4.75 $.230 values. Special.. es. $29.75 S?T. . $ 1 . 79
$10 Crepe Kktooas, k faacy and phk $15X0 Sport Skirts, k rd aad green. Rifypic Sweater k eerfce. pkk aad
shades. $7 QC Special for 1 fl Q lavender. $1 A AC $35 PW Coats, dor- (OQ r-r
Special P.yO tH, sate 4 ll.I7J Special $lJ.UU ing tfcis sale it .... W&Zt. I D
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