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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Nor. 12, 1919.
I Miss Corinne Brittingham To Become
j The Bride Of William Brook Shortly
Br OLL1E P.
Two Popular Matrons Of 'Ft BlissAjtdlPaso qTftVPS AND HEATERS
, LANSflBN. .
of the Immediate family and moat- in
Hhmat frinfla with TJent Eld ward
C. Knowles of the Fith Cavalry acting 1
as best man. I
The bride was charming in her wed-
din irock of rose satin with acces- .
sories of gray worn with a large hat
of black psnn velvet, trimmed with
ostrich plumes and with under brim i
of rose elvet i
Mrs Jensen is a sister of Mrs. Sid- '
new Coiwell and Miss Mayme Oden of'
this city and of Mrs. Lynn Hay of
Clint and is a cousin of Mrs. Albert
Long, wiff of Lieut. Long o fthe 13th
Field artillery, whose wedding took
place durme rh t w ar and of
rs. P.ena Carr-Wllkins. Lieut. Jen-
thie morning at the First Presbyterian j sen was stai ned hete lor some tame
hurch uniting in marriage Lieut. An- with his regiment ana ne ana ms
drew Jensen of the 5th United States bride u umber many friends in this
t'ailrv and Miss Annie Laurie Oden. i city and in the lower valley,
on- of" the four attractive daughters. Immediately after the ceremony
uf Mrs Laura B Oden. Lieut, and Mrs Jensen left for a motor
lr Flovd Poa. pastor of the First j trip and upon their return will be at
Frestteriai church officiated at the , home in the Biff Bend country, where
ceremony, performed in the presence 1 Lieut. Jensen's regiment is stationed.
1 Canteen Car At Union Station Closed
j and Workers Are Given Reserve Status
MR AXP MRS
TING HAM, of
-ounce the engagement and ap p roach -c-
marriage of their daughter. Miss
cTiiie Brittingham, to William
ProtA. of the American Smelting and
liening company, of Chihuahua. The
veddin.r ill occur on November 22 in
chihuahua and the couple will come
tr- the states for the wedding trip.
Miss Prittingham has often visited in
h;! cty and numbers many friends
Tlie weddme service took place
IT ; oclock on Tuesday afttrnoon
I the closing ceremonies took place
at the Red Cross Canteen car at the
inioc station bringing to an end the
excellent work done by the workers
cf the canteen unit and at this time
engraved certificates were presented
;o Mrs. J. L. Campbell, captain of the
workers, and her assistants, trans
ferring them from active service to
The car ceased its activities on the
anniversary of the eesaaMon of the
ttg guns on the fighting frost in
France, after almost two and a half
ears of active service. The women
-n the canteen unit did, not cease
it.eir work at Lie ciose of hostilities,
i ut remained at their posts for an
other ar ,i.nd until practically all of
the -so'di-s returned to their homes.
Mrs Campbell has been in active
charge tne work at the car and
.nl a fu da5 have passed during
the entire t me that she has not bern
on autv work at the car was
personal' y huiK:-:!. tended by her and
a iu?t amount of good was aecora
1 li&hed there None of the workers
.t ihe canlet-n ar receives one pen
;.v for th-ir services an quantities
rf delicacies w ere donated by them
aid their friends and dispensed to
the Eridiers and sailors in passing.
The canteen car is said to be the
rrost unique Red Cross canteen in
the T'r.td States by men who have
traveled wid'3- and soldiers brought
reprrts of the hospitality and the
krdness of rhe workers from the
battlefield? of France. 1
M-s Campbells complete report i
from the car announce that 154, Si 4 !
sciuiers. sailors and marines were
?fed .u idm canteen car during fs
a:s'(r"e. First aid wa given 738.'
lur.con were served 1S.7S3 and
Made in El Pus for EI Paso
S housewives. A product giving I
B satisfaction in many Banes. 8
I Republic Coffee Co. I
"We Hout I I
Most Hutritioas, the Cheapest
Food on toe Market Today.
Children Thrive On
Phone 349. Office, 423 N Oregon.
EI Paso Dairy Co.
I EUREKA I
Wm "Ive Found It." H
1 Past's Finest Cleaners.
BB We irake a specialty of jS
K Fancy rt!rg and Cleaning. X
Mall Orders given special jfl
jB attention. !H
B 7l TEX A'- PHOWE TSC. jB
iii i rnii i "MfliliiiarMMflBBi
On our delictus Pinlc. White and
'.OCOiX'c T CREW BARS,
3S Ikf h Pml
Elite CoHfectionery Ce.
Headejurters f r
ir.cais were given to 1327. The num
ber of soldiers who availed them
selves of me bath bouse at the sta
tion numbered 17,053. The workers
sen 41 telegrams for soldiers and
distributed 128,540 magazines and
131.357 post cards. A revolving
stamp fund of 8S was the means of
selling; 11,950.72 worth of stamps to
soldiers. The service at the car also
included advice to mothers and wives
as to how to find their sons and
husbands, checking; bajrgacte, sending
telegrams, furnishing stationery, pro
viding magazines and books, serving
food, laundering clothing, giving first
aid and entertainment and maintain
ing a hospital car and bath honse.
Charles P Pettus, director of can
teen service of the Southwestern di
vision, was in El Paso Tuesday and
addressed the workers at the car at
tne closing ceremonies.
Dr. W. L. Brown, of the local chap
ter of the American Red Cross, gave
a talk. Both Dr. Brown and Mr.
Pettus spoke of the unusnal char
acter of work and efficient service
rendered by the workers here.
About one hundred and fifty guests
were served cake and coffee at the
ceremony including; the railroad men
at the Union station.
Various phases of the problems
connected with the assimilation ot !
foreigners coming to the United !
States were discussed at the regular
meeting of the stud; class in Chris
tion Americanization on Tuesday af
ternoon at the First . resbyterian
church. Mrs. Starr Hamilton told why
she thought America had not com
pletely assimilated the foreigner.
When A rorela-ner Becomes An
American." was the subject of Mrs.
Taylors talk. Mrs. R. H. Carrington,
visitor, gave some helpful remarks.
Mrs. W H. Day gave a talk on "The
Difficulties of the Foreign Woman."
and read Bryant's poem, "O Mother of
Mighty Race. Lm American tonni- i
Hons." was rhe suntect discussed by I
Mrs. VT. L. Crockett. Mrs. Vanderpocl '
gave some facta Droving that America
is responsible partly for the arrested
cm!lutliMi nt ftia t nm trno- "TtiP
Cjecho-Slovaks" was the subject as-'
signed Mrs. E. Gilchrist. A Bible read
ing, "The Law of the Stranger." was
conducted by Mrs. N. B. Rerron, fol
lowed by prayers for our country and
Tne Girls' Glee dab entertained the
high school students in the audito
rium Wednesday morulas with a Pro
gram arranged by George Daland.)
The program iouows:
Song, "Three Little Chestnuts," by
the entire chorus, accompanied at the
piano by Miss Amelia Harper.
Dance by aliases Florence Glover,
Lillian Crochet. Lorene Watsen. Min
nie Quleenberry and Catheryn Bal
lard, accompanied at the piano by Zoe
Monologue by Ruth Goodmas.
Bong; "The Storybook Ball.'' Misses.
Elizabeth Graham. Louise Grambell.
Nellie Mae Beauchant and Merle Ta
tttn. Song. Miss Loatee McCan, director;!
Dorothy Lewis, Nell Brnnner, Dorothy
Darnell. Charlie Lee Kelly and Ansa
Dance. Mies Blanche Cornwall.
Duet. Miss Lillian Crochet and Miss
Florence Glover, accompanied at the
piano by i leya Brejrlee.
The regular monthly meettns: ef the
ooara oi airecxora or cue tobbc worn
en's Christian association wOl be held
in tne central ouiiaing at irao ociock
on Thursday afternoon. Instead of the
usual meeting hour at 10 a. m. Imme
diately rollowlna- the bvsmesa meet.
ing of the directors at 3:30. there will
oe an omd meeting, ax vhwi nuim.
bera of all the association's commit
tees and all members of the associa
tion are to be present. The week from
November to IS, Inclusive, is the
world's fellowship week of prayer for
association work. Following the de
votional service on Tuesday afternoon.
uux, me .eeas or women
Throughout the World." will he trlven
by Mra. Paul H Germans' chairman of
tne religions educational committee
of the T. W. C. A.
Tuesday evening members of the
Hi-T. elnh held their regular weekly
meeting. Girls from the high school
prepared and served the supper for
the boys. Miss Florence Catheart,
Miss -Fred eric ka Kipp, Miss Dorothy
Lewis. Miss Gladys Booth. Mrs. Cbas.
Hammell, Mr. Carl Price and Miss
Dorothy Price were the girls who
volunteered their services. Dr. Wlp
Robinson spoke to the members of
the club on "Care of the Teeth." W.
i . xnoraas, or the Y. was absent
i from the meeting. Mr. Thomas is
! taking a trip through Arizona visM-
tiig me various nisrn ecnoois ana oe
comms aconainted with the Amtniu.
' tions of the Hi-T cluba at the various
scnoois. Next Tuesday the HI-T metn-
i bers will entertain the football team.
The Five Point Circle of Central
Baptist church met at the home of
Mrs. P. A. Rowe, 2607 Grant avenue,
Tuesday afternoon at t oclock. Mra.
B. H. Hicks opened the meeting with
a lesson on stewardship. Mrs. M. U.
Strong led the prayer and Mrs. H. V.
West read the minutes of ths previous
meetin, after which a short business
session was held L P. McChesney
gave an excellent talk An the X 7a--
1 008.003 campaign of the Baptist
churches. Mrs. J. Walter Christie
gave two beautiful vocal selections.
Refreshments were served by the hos
tess, assisted by Mrs. L P. McChesney.
Sirs. Harry Swain offered her home
for he next meeting.
The Missionary Society of Trinity
I Methodist church held a meeting on
'Tuesday afternoon in the church par
lors. The Bible lesson was given by
Mrs. S. G. Douglas. Reports were
made by the officers and then busi
jness questions were discussed. Mrs.
1 Robert Lander sang a solo accom-
paniea py Mrs J. a Ballard and
I Thursday's Calendar I
In El Paso Sociely
OTUDT CLUB will meet in the af- ;
) ternoon with Mrs. Horace Broaddus.
The members of the Rotary club
and the members of the Bl Paso
Federation of Women's clubs will
have charge of the dancing at the
Made In El Paso Exhibit at Liberty
S3 Paso Review No. iZ of the Mac
enbees will give as entertainment and
dance in the evening at S oclock in
I. O. O. F. halL
Mrs. W. B. Latta's party in the aft
ernoon in compliment to Miss Helen
Riding classes at Fort Bliss for the
members of the clasa at 9 oclock
Gwmnasiom classes at the T. W.
C A. from 10 to 11 a. m. Classes for
school girls from 4 to 4:45 p. m.
Classes for business girls from 7:3V
to 8:30 p. m.
Tea in the afternoon at the Uni
versity club for the wives and
ffrlends of the members of the club.
The Wesley Bible clase ot Trinity
Methodist church wlfl hold its
monthly social and business meet
ing at the home of Mrs. W. H. Payne.
ISIS Montana street, on Thursday.
Meeting of the Valley Bridge club Snyder and Mrs.
at 3 oclock. with Mrs. William B.
Glardon. Jr.. as hostess, at the home
of Mrs. Louis Foil at Tsleta.
The aid society or the nrst Jtetn-
Mrs. Dean and Miss Raynolds Leave
After Visiting Their Sister Here
Dance Dress For A
Young Girl's Wear
RS. DUDLEY S r-EAN. of Boston.
who has been the guest of her
sister. Mrs- James Graham MeNary.
loft Tuesday at noon for her home.
after a Is:t of several weeks here
Sheldon Tuesday were: Gene B. Masi
ger, Columbus; F. S. Brown, Ray;
Harry Hollomon. Tularoaa, W. D. Par.
ker. Hacbita; John H. Blackwell. Sil
ver City; W. H. Jackson. Deming.
Mis. Sarame RaynoMs, sister of Mrs. j rjj. Arts? who harn1 visit!
senary, wno also has been a guest at
the McXary home for several weeka.
left Tuesday on the Golden State
Limited for a visit of several weeks
with friends in San Francisco.
The social calendar was filled dur
ing the visit of Mrs. Dean and Miaa'
Raynolda with courtesies given in
New Mexican registered at the
Paso del Norte Tuesday were: E. W.
Nelson, X. C. Frenger and wife, Las
Cruces; J. B. Nelson, Deming: Win.
T. Merwin, M. S. Morgan. Ray Cook
and J. J. Holder, Alomogordo: A. C.
Croxier, manager of Lakewood can
ning factory. Lakewood.
New Mexicans registered at the Mc
Coy hotel Tuesday were, c A. Blood
good. Nutt: Mrs. H. B. Holt. Mrs. II
H. Weal, Miss West, Las Truces: J. S.
Kerr and wife, Deming. Mrs. J. M.
J. A. Rutledge. Du-
ran; Don Blei ins SiUer City.
New Mexicans who arrived at the
ing Mr. Place's parents. Mr and Mrs.
H. J. Place, sr., are leaving this even
ing for their home.
west Texan s registered at the Shel
don Tuesday were: J. H. Livingston
ana: wile, in w. cune, capt. and Mrs.
George E. Barrtson, Marts; E. G.
Mrs. Louis Ginsburg has as her
guest at her home in the Wright
apartments her sister. Miss Kutn if.
Waag. of Galveston.
S. W. Cook, of Douglas and J. W.
McAlew and daughter ot Miami, were
Arizona guests ot the Paso del Norte
H. E. Luts, oi Carrlzozo and A. F.
Fouck. of Vaughn, were New Mexico
guests of the St. Regis Tuesday.
Douglas, Ariz, people at the Mc
Coy Tuesday were: N. W. Pack. E. M.
Montfort, Anna Dairdoff.
C. M Mortimer, of Cananea. Sonora.
registered at the Paso del Norte Tuesday.
odlst church will meet with Mrs. - . .
ThursS.aykanern?on."al Zs lMrs. Czas. Fox Is The Hostess At A
ociock. 13 tt . El TV
! feace farty uiven for Kescue nome Mr
New and. Second Hand
Heaters of Every De
1 WESTERN FURN. CO.
I 118 S. Stanton St. Phone 1482.
t& m w m m mn
B3. s- S-. X.VXXTZ1DS and mrs. i). L. tSoom. ii.s. Booth is one oi the rsoct nrcm:r.est vrorsra is 1 Piso, and Mrs. Edmsads is a popular favorite at
the ifOSt. Mrs. Booth is prominent in club and social work in the city. Mrs. Edmunds is the wife cf Capt. Edmunds, of the Eighth cavalry.
Made in El Paso
RIGHT here m El Paso you
have one of the most mod
em iod best equipped Optical
Plants in America.
Accnracv and precision is the
Segal! motto for grinding lenses
as well as fitting then to your
eyes. We check every operation
carefully to eliminate all mis
takes. Need Glasses?
At 18 Texas Street fca the
MMdle of the Meefc Between
Oregon and Mesa,
By Taking Vinol
It creates a hearty appetite, aids digestion, creates
thousands of new red blood corpuscles, the glow
of health replaces pallid cheeks, anaemia disappears
and strength and vigor returns.
by the Woman's Auxiliary to the Car
penter's Union has. owing to unavoid
able circumstances been indefinitely
Dinners and Luncheons.
Tuesday evening the cadet officers
of the Kl Paso High school enter
tained their girl friends at Hotel
Sheldon at a dlnswr. Ben Howell, the
toastmaster. introcneea A. H. Hngaer.
who spoke of the pstet work of Col. T.
X. Glmperling and of the significance
West Chester, Pa--"My blood
ins so poor that I had skin ernptkxn
and was weak, nerroas and coald not
sleep. My mother wanted me to try
Vinol. It purified and enriched ray
blood, gare me a good appetite, nay
nerroosness has gone, ana it has built
op my whole system. I can sorely
recommend it to others wno need a
pood blood tonic." JUs. Bbwm S.
These Letters Prove It
Kenton, Del. "I suffered from a
nervous, run-down condition ana no
appetite. I keep house and live on a
farm so had to keep about my work
as I nave five in the fsmily. My
druggist recommended Vm. ; as the
best medicine for my concitior.. It
has given me a good appetite, ard I
sleep better and feel strnnper m
every way." Mas. J. Berma.s
Tor all run-down, nervous, aaaemle eeadltiens, weak women, overworked tosm.
feeble oM people and dallests chMdrea. there it m fesaedy Use Vinol
four mo nay will be returned if Vinol falls
IsssssnsTnTTararT; . l THaF, i BnKt vBBia. Bl
1 1 ttMnmMuzmmzm
KELLY & POLLARD, Drag ? isfc, and DngbU Eveirvritere.
Avery unique and delightful party
was given on Tueaday afternoon
in celebration of the first anniversary
of the Bigrn.ng of the armistice, by
Mrs. Charles Fo at the Fox home on
North Kansas street. Chryaamhe
nruma and the national colora were
employed in decoration In the recep
tion rooms and the afternoon hours
of the armistice to the high school were spent by the guests :n dressing
cadet battalion. .(dolls for the Christmas tree at the
A'JKWRwfir; CoL Rescue Home, an annual custom of
and Mrs. Thorn aa N. Glmperling. MaJ. Mrs. Fox. Mrs J. J Piatt re-e!ed the
ana Mrs. r. w. Ayers ik u. uij i nnre for tho t. st dres?p 1 doll.
race, left today over the Golden State
Limited for Rochester, Minn., tor a
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Jones, of Pine
Bluff. Ark- are visiting Mrs. W B.
Hilgartner. 20 Montana street Mr
snd Mrs. Jones will spend several
weeka here, visiting also In Dallas and
various other points in Texas before
returning to their home at Pine Bluff.
Newa comes that Mrj Margaret
Buckler and her granddaughter,
Peggy, who sailed several weeks ago
for France on board the Ia France,
have arrived safely, and after a visit
with Mrs. Buckler' a daughter. Mrs.
Joseph Adolp Pernotte and Mr. Per
notte. at their chateau at St. Cloud.
Arizona Cotton 111 HENS 10LE; NOW LAY
W. Avers and Col. Olney
Place. Members of the elnb and their , Fox's two daughters, M!ss Charllne I are now at their Paris home. In the
zrienas were unoni www , and Mr-
aJo. I recelvin:
About El Pasoans.
Mr. and Mr. Matt A. Thompson
are tne parenu w mj .
born Sunday at their home, MIS
Gifts That Are Different.
Already those who are wise are se
lecting their Christmas gifts here
Perhaps suggestions would be appre
ciated. We call special attention to
ncordova" learner gooaa, a winaow
. Chris Fox. sssisted her
: and entertaining the guests
sorinz Mrs. Buckler, her grand.
daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Pernotte
will go to China for a visit to the pa
latial home of the Pernottes.
A very amusing contest waa held
in which the goests, bl'ndfoldeo,
pinned wings on a "Henry Ford dove
of peace." The guest who pinned the
wings nearest In place waa Mra. W. N
Fink: ahe received the prise.
Refreshments were served in the
dining room, where also the decora
tions featured the nation! colore. A.
silver candelabra held red, white and
blnA mbHIm which IfffhTed the taole:
lace covered confections were also ganhtatloM.
in ths red. white and blue tints. The regular midweek dance will be
Those wno enjoyed tr.e peace party , siveu mus
El Paso Review No. 4S cf the Mac
cabees, will give a dance on Thurs
day evening in I. O. O. F. hall for
the members and friends of the or-
Br CERTRUDB SKKKSFORD.
INK taffeta makes a delightfaly
hecommf? dinner or dance dress
! for a oung irirl This model, revelop
! ed in that lovely fabric. Is made with
a vest and pinafore of silver lace.
' colorfully trimmed with garlands of
I turquoise blue ribbon and flowers that
show pink, blue, mauve aad yellow.
Several folda of apple-green taffeta
are run on the pinafore, and a fold
aad bow of this color appear on the
vest above the girdle, which Is a sil
ver ribbon tying in loops and ends
at the center back. A narrow silver i
ribbon follows the line of the square I
neck and reaches to the girdle. j
JT1 3 n, i
t-' ' uwuioivwiHHiiii. ; AriJd.i cotton growers are fjook-
W. G. Roe. president of the Roe- iu E ,
Beers Hardware company, is Lack 6 "
from a business trip to the factor.es ttla vuin ty of 1.; Paso, according to
of the east. :v.I- Pane Twhe or U Arbonans
rrana. owwu nave Been in El Paso within the nast au you need oo i accept onr o::
fivm wmi vlnit to I i , V- J i i
Mr. Hadlock spent ten he says looking for avail- -"Vfive"Tou? hens Don Sun a,d .
ante land in tne vicinity of TortuUo, j reaults for one month. If oj
where the lvj -Dale ranch planted the find that It pays for its. If a
first cotton in the county. rou profit besides. 5:- t,
display of which Is now being made were Mrs. George Newell. Mrs W. G. ; convalescent house at rort buss
We believe that seeing these articles Hoe. Mra James Magoffin, lira J. J. j under the auspices of the Red Cross
"THE BIG PURO HOUSE"
JENKINS PIANO CO.
211.13 TE AS STREET
vm Bnl rmA nf vonr eift nrob- Piatt. Mrs. W. X. Fink. Mr? David
tnoute was riven to the memory of 1 terns. Ask to see "Cordova" desk: role. jr. Mrs. w. H. Pa ne, Mrs.
sets, cicarette cases, blotters and
dosens ot other masterpieces in
W. T. Htxaon Co. Hallmark Jewelers.
Mills and Mesa On the Plana. Adv.
Mias Ernestine Murray. Tnesdav he
ing the anniversary of her birthday,
by Mrs. I J. Ayers. The meeting
closed with a prayer by Mrs. J. C.
The Missionary society of Aehnry
Methodist church will hold its usual
monthly business meeting Thursday
afternoon at 3 oclock in the church
parlors. M"-s I J. Ayers will mve and the many appetising U
talk on the conservation program ! which we serve are Just what
Charles Lvman. Mrs. C. E. Kellogg,
Mrs. Sophia Bergman. Mrs Chris Fox,
Mrs. Van Voli, Miss Charline Fox and
Mrs. Charles Fox.
Misses Maragert and Mildred Lacey
will entertain the Senior Leatrue of
Asbury Metnodist church on Friday
evening in the church parlors
In This Valley
Over Two Bales to Acre
Yielded on Land in
Mr. and Mrs.
Mineral Wells. Mr. Hadlock spent
some time at Ranger and Cisco on
221 EGGS A MONTH
Mrs. Youc VlrB ot ( X'p ft-Oam?
Cfctckeu. Then bc Tried Tfe&a I :an
"When T accented your offer a
tried ron Sunt- I hid been s'; g .
or J eggs every other day. T' l- .
month, us'ng 5 cet.ts warta D
Sang, my 11 hens '.aid 221
almost guve up raisms; chit. - N
now I have decided to rats? a- 3.
as I can." Mrs. T C Yours " -foate.
Feed is too evnsive to w.-' -
Idle heat. Yea can east)-- r... , ,.
hens laying and keep t 1
even In coldest winter. To e
Winter Day Hare Ccrae.
Visit our fountain and refresh
yourselves with one of our delicious
hn ilrmVn Our r1olirlt.ua S&tldwiches
iShl rasoans Awau.
or tne centenary movement and a re- need after hours of shopping or in
port of a conference attended by her' the officf Come in ytoirorrow and
m DaUaff. -e v;hat von har been missing.
Hrott White & ( oDtdcrI
The wca' a J r rite um-rnt planned ' Mill' Bld- Roberts-Banner Bldy
anH thA War Camn CornmunltT Sar-
vice Mrs. Margaret Hanklns and
Mrs. S. Graves will be chanerons and
rt. J. G. Colli naon. hostess of thejafaj.
Red cross conraiescent house win oe
present to receive the giests.
Mrs. Joseph J. Knoi. of 2727 Sliver
Mrs. Martin Sweeney Is chairman
ot the benefit card party to be &iven
by the Daughters of Erin on Fri
day, evening at 8 oclock. Her assist
ing comnvUe of arrangements In
cludes: Mrs. e. W. McConaushey,
street, and son, J. F. Knox, have gone .Mrs. Gus Mnmsen. Mrs. John V or nan
to Mineral "Wens. Texas, where hey .Mrs. J. McMtndes, Mr?. T. McNamea.
will spend seeral weeks Mrs. J. J. Murphv. Mrs. W. Mc-
Mrs ur'.i.m K u-- and dau.iter, f earthy, Mrs. Thomas O'K-efe M. P
Khz'b'.1! O--- ,,t Kichmond T-r-inMrrn ard Mrs. f J. O'Nt II!.
WINNER OF GREAT AIR RACE
New York Nov. It Lfttt. Bel v In
W. Maynard, ths "fiytss; psrsoa,"
won the recent army transconti
nental airplane race with the short
Mt adapsed time nine days, four
hours. 26 minutes and fire ssoondn
according: to an official decision of
ths w ar department, announced by
Maurice Connolly, at ths Amer
ican Flying club's "Armistice Day
dinner. On actual fly ins; time, bow
ever. Mavnard was fifth to Usot.
Alexander Pearson, who spent 4S
hours. 57 minutes and 16 seconds in
Moraalnx N'eoa XlgM-
People who are patrons of ours for
all their n iN really pet the best
things to eat at alt times. If you
only eat the noon meal downtown
be sure 't is our Business launch.
jujb jvsau-, aL-cvraiDK 10 i J. ivy.
manager of the ranch, he will jet over! Don Suns; (Chinese for egg-
two bales of cotton to the acre from ""ks directly on the egs-ia.. :
"'"r Und- " 18 f"J eWgfven ?
picked and ginned. Some of the staple proves the hen's health, mn
Is an Inch and s quarter in length stronser and more active
and will :rlne 52 cents a pound. f wti? an starts her layir--
The Ivy-lvaJe ranch has Soo acres in , r7. AWU l?r JV "?z
cotton ihis .vear and the m- nasement
expects to plant lioo acres net year.
aoesn t get you iz esU. iiu
how- cold or v-et trae watr.e
money will be rpfunded b
mail. Get Don Sung from our
SALVADOR TO THii rnrvTHV ! SJst or poultry remedy dealer c-
New York. Not 12 The Mercai--o0,"n for Pc"- y m.t ,
tile Bank of America has bought 1 ald- unell-DjCfctT Co. 334 c-
l.M0,0t ounces of coined silver f Ma Bids . Indianapolis. Ittd.
worth nearly SI :0 w0 from the 1
Salvadorean bank, it waa learned
here toda The monev is beinir I
shipped from oan Salvador to the
United State Further importation !
of silver coin from nearby countries!
This is tr-e bet aOc meal to be found 1 m epe- tfd 1 bankers because the
in Kl I'a&rt I increased va!u ot the t-o n as rrtai
Slodera af e. Dort-iuitalrfl Mills Bids. ! will more th-n make up for the cost
A-iv.'.-tcem- r.L "f trA:,- r'-.riK ,t here.
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