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EL PASO HERALD
Christmas Tree To Feature Party j
Of Girls' Glee Club At High School
THIS afternoon, at 3:30, members of
the Girls Glee club will give a
irty in the grmnasium at the high
nnl. Several members of the
u!v will If puejts of the affair
irce ChristmaB tree will be ar
rived In the center of the symna?
n and grretn and red decorations
v U carry oat the Christmas colors,
pirl -will bring a present to put
the tree, and after the 'party, the
- and presents wiH be sent to -the
Kue home for the enjoyment of
e children there. Several musical
rnbrs have been arranged, includ
es a piano solo by George Daland.
- Barbara Worcester Trill sing, ac
nranitd at the piano by Mr. Da
d Miss ELjfcabetb Graham will
c a ukulele solo. Dancing during
- afternoon will be a feature of the
Wednesday at 3 oclock at the Wora
- s club, the literature department.
nJer the direction of Its chairman,
Mr. A. S. Pea tr oss, will hold Its pro--ram.
Dr. D wight Bradley will re
view the book. "Changing Winds,'' by
St. John Erwlne Of his selection for
the year, perhaps this is one t the I
most interesting, in view of the fact!
that ft is a study of the Irish qties-;
: tton ana Sinn Kein movetnenr, ai a
time when Ireland Is attracting an,
1 immense amount , of attention and
The reviews are open to tnse wno
are not members of the ;lo-, ts wli
as club members, and their friends
There will be no musical program,
though the social half hour and tea
will follow the review, with mes
dames H. D Field. J. I Ely. S. .
Aguirre. V. Van Gieson. Ben Clements.
Piank p. Jones. John Grant and Sig
Schwab e assisting.
The Guild of St. Clement's Episco
pal church will hold their Christmas
bazaar and sale of good things to
eat on Wednesday be pinning: at 9:3f
a. m. Mrs. Horace Broaddus is presi
dent of the Guild of St. Clements.
To Eat or
Not. to Eat
Dyspeptics Often Face This PioUem
Three Times Daily Mot So If
They Once Get Acquainted
With Stuart's Dyspep
i digestion with gas. sour rising.
chir.g of wind, feeling aa of a
The Orpheus club will singj
Christina carols at the base hospital :
at Fort BUss on the afternoon orj
Christmas day by especial request. I
They will also sing st all of the san- !
atonnms ana eacn nospitst in in.
city on Christmas eve
Out ot Town Visiiots
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Klrksey. of Sip
Sprinc. Texas, are visiting in tne city
and are guests at Hotel Sheldon. ,
Mrs. A Weinberger, of Chicago.
will arrive on Tuesday to be the win
ter house guest of Her son ana aaugn
ter, Mr and Mrs. Joseph A. Shan berg,
r their home. s!4 West Boulevard.
Mr. and lira. William H. F. Jndd
and small daughter. Mary Anne, have,
after a visit to Mrs. Judo's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Weeks, gone to U
Angeles. Calif., where tney wiu maa
their home in the future. Mr. and Mrs.
Jndd with their little daughter
stopped in El -Paso for a visrc an
route to Los Angeles from Dallas.
where they have resided for some
Will W. Hitchock and wife, who
were called to El Paso on account of
the serious lllnes of their sister. Miss
Marguerite, left for New Orleans,
where they meet the! daughter, Lor
raine. From there tney go to St.
Petersburg. FU-, where they will
spend the winter. Miss Marguerite Is
much improved and hopes to leave
Hotel Dieu for her home about cni-in
Mrs. Andrew E. Jensen has arrived
from Sierra Blanca, Texas, for a visit
to her mother. Mrs. Laura B. Oden. at
her home In the lower valley. Mrs.
Jensen was, prior to her mar
riage. Miss Annie - Laura Oden.
She and her- husband, Lieut. Jen
sen. of I troop of the Fifth car
airy, are living at Camp Draper,
Sierra Blanca. where Lieut. Jensen Is
stationed with his troon. Mrs. Jensen
wfll return to Sierra Blanca before the
I High School Teachers Plan Holiday
Vacations Visiting Out Of The City
any a Mas Wm Panfe Strieken at
Meal Before He Tried Saarf
p of lead in the stomach and
j h d stresses make one ponder as
i ne advisability of starring. But
:! a wrong method. A better
- I s-fer plan is to be regular at
a, s to eat what Is served or what
. -.ia:icFt. and follow the meal with
Stuarts Ds?epsia Tablet. It Is
1 ad practice for most people to go
.iint nature by depriving the sys
n of what it must have, food,
..-- goin-r. Once you learn how
u may eat without stint or fear
using Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets,
.- little i kehhood of vour ever
- ns: either that mournful band of
iMniists or anv other d'jinted
' ot-of-tune companr. Ciet a box
--tiTts Dyspepsia Tablets at any
- store In tie T'n.ted States and
' iaa and thus eat and be merry.
FNAXIEL, HULL, of the high school
s -xacnicy. leaves Saturday zor tan
Francisco to visit his daughter, Mrs.
R. Chance, the former Miss Isabel
Bull, who taught in the high school
last year, and his son Lieut. Com.
George Hull, of the U. a navy, sta
tioned at San Francisco.
J. EL Oil key, of the commercial de
partment, win leave Saturday for
Chicago to attend a convention of
Ulss Lillian Phillips will leave Fri
day for San Antonio to be with
friends during the holidays.
Miss Meta Wood leaves for Tucson
December 22 to visit friends.
Miss Lillian Huggett will visit
friends at Albuquerque after- Christ
mas. She will leave El Paso De-
Mrs. Margaret TCinnon Stevens will
visit friends at Fort Worth, leaving
Miss Nell Taylor plans to go to
Fort Worth and Brady. Texas, for
the holidays, leaving here Friday
Miss Martha Candler leaves Friday
afternoon for New Orleans, to be
with friends during the holidays.
Miss R. O. Brown wfll vbrit trim A
at Tucson. leaving here December 23.
Mrs. Margaret Miller is leaving her
husband Friday afternoon, for North
Carolina, where she will spend the
Miss Condida Rangell left Sunday
over the Golden State Limited for
San Francisco. Calif., where she goes
for a visit of indefinite length to
Md will arrive Saturday to spend!
the Christmas holidays with her
mother, Mrs. L. W. Hawkin
The bridge club composed of high
school girls, will give a dance at the
Elks clubhouse Monday evening
57 Pnsoavs Refwnins
M!ss Grace Hawkins, who Is study
ing at Boucher college. Baltimore,
More Than Mere
Base your decision on the quahty of the tone
and youll sorely choose right Your selection,
like that of unnumbered thousands, will -be The
Brunswick. Not because we say so, but because
a demonstration, on this super instrument will
'tem Method of Reproduction
Aefeyoe to By tile Brunswick Method of Reproduction a
ca?a?? traness, fineness and richness are given to tone
twhf that cannot be duplicated in other instalments.
phonograph This method consists of the Uhona and the
A simple contrivance, makes it possible to play
all records at their best. Thus you are no longer
restricted to the artists of one producer. Dia
phragm and needle are as one on the Ultona, yet
the Ultona is not complex.
The Tone Amplifier
As the tone waves are carried by the needle to
the diaphragm, they travel on to this vibrant tone
chamber. It is oval shaped, made entirely of
wood and free from metaL The resilient wood ex
pands and contracts with the tone waves, building
them up and projecting them Stronger and clearer,
By it a new beauty is brought to all records.
A Brunswick Concert to Revive
Owing: the holiday season we are conducting indi
vidual concerts on The Brunswick. Drop fa at a con-
tobor mici vax timing UK Gay. lAMten to Tne
Brunswick piay your favorite records. Per
haps the idea win suggest itself that a Brans
wick is to be your choicest gift.
AMERICAN FLAG GOES
BACK TO 41 TRADE PORTS
Wash In cton. D. C Dee. IS. Tne I
American flax; has bean restored to I
41 of the world's areat ocean routes,
the shipping- board re-ords hi Its
annua! report to congress. Host of I
tbe ships are plying- trans-Atlantie i
and South American lanes, the
port said, but some of them are in
waters where the Stars and Stripes
has not been seen on commercial
Tessels for more than a generation.
Distribution of the government I
fleet of l!-0 Teasels, aggregating I
s.7si,uxo tons, snows s vessels rn i
the northern Bui one trade. Toe I
trans-Atlantie trade was next with
117 ships of 1.I04.15J tons eneaga i
in the food relief service and 171 1
ships with a tonnage of 1.175,614 1
were still In nse , by the army
June 30 last.
Another 1S8 vessels ware engaged
In tne Konth American trade: 53 liv
ing; to Brasil. 82 to La Plata and M 1
to the west coast of South America.!
Sixty vessels were making regular I
sailings to southern European Porta.
14 to Africa. S to India 77 in the trans-
Pacifte. 141 to the West Indies and I
44 in the coastwise and New England I
coal trade. I
- The total gross revenues for the I
year were approximately 150fll.S0e.tet I
as compared with 9ss,eoe.vpe tor lsis.
snowing tne prom or lose
Expenditures totaled j;.:i!,2.2 1
compared with S77e.f94.0G7 for 111. 1
si.stl.3t7.S7S being lor snip construe I
ion. Next heaviest was for Inventory
of materials amounting to J177.7J4.-1
C4S and plant and prnpTty expenles 1
were piacea at sit7.7gE.r.s.
Vessels of the lSjMS. 12.M :
15.000 deadweight tons class win be I
the most efficient to meet modern I
trade reaulremeets. the renert said.
and provision for steaming radius of j
13,000 nautical miles has been made I
is new American nhlno. The nro-
sram for the establishment of oil
fuel stations calls for tank facilities
at St. Thomas. Virgin Islands: flono
Iclu. Manila. Ponta Delgado. Axores;
BIserta. Tunis and Constantinople.
plan new constitutional
GOVERNMENT FOR EGYPTIANS I
WaahJnffton, D. C Dec. IS. Great
rBrltatn s plant for establfnlnr
constitutional form of govftrnifient In
Epvpt are set forth in an official
. statement made by earl Cnrxeki, Biit-
isn minister 01 xoreifrn axxatra. wnieh
has bees received here. Objects of I
the Mllner mission, which goes to I
Esrypt to arrange the proposed new
government, are aeffcrioea in tne
The British forties secretary an
nounces that It is the intention of the 1
British government to estebtfah the
lanrest measure of serif irnTnma.rwt H
for which Egypt Is believed capable j
at this time. He states that the I
afliner mission is not authorised to I
impose a const! tu Hob on Km, bart I
rather to stodr the sitaatkm and eon--j
zer wnn me naure leaner,
IS PROMOTING A TRUCK
. PLANT FOR THE VALLEY
V W. Woodard Is in Bl Paso nro-
motin; a truck factory for the -ower
vallpv. An antlnn ha a Kjn tiklw Alt I
i a piece of land tatsm m Paso and I
Yalata. it l atmoaneed. aar the in-1
leruroan ana tne h. it a A.1
tracks. The FrontieiManutaeturinir
company is tne muse ox tne new con
cern, and offices have tees located
In the Trust bulldisK. The Frontier
rour-wheel-drive trpe:c la to pe the I
name of the nroduet tnraed out. It
Is the announced plan to build the 1
macnines entirely ,n -ne valley psanv
A Stiberbenr THamond.
Tlanmnds and diamond set ievudrv I
Is belns; sold more largely by us this
Christmas season than ever before.
This is Just an Indication that the
Silberberc reputation for perfect
stones ana artistic voramanan lp ta i
receiving just recognition.
Our store Is open each evening db- I
tn Chriatmaa, I
Sllfcerbers- Bro. 5Ica Ave, at Texas. I
Tne mere tnount of buying a Dta-
mono snouia saceest Sllberberara.-Adv.
Billings Piano Co.
1-129 E. Boulevard. (Corner Austin St.)
Phone 167 For Our Car.
For intimate occasions these
chocolates are delightful as
only a "tete-a-tete" can be.
The package itself suggests a daintiness
and deliciousness which is more than
realized in eating these fine chocolates.
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PROBE ALLEGED LEAKS ON
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
Washinsrton, D. Dec 16. An
nouncement has been made by the
department of justice that an invest.
i gation was beta made of reports of
1 alleced "leaks' on nnrm Murt
decisions by which speculators had
.attempted to profit in stock market
. A statement dictated by Capt.
Burke, chief of the department of
justice bLreau of In . estimation. r
jferrd to a trip to Washington by
I Mbrlin Pew, manafrer of the inter
I national News ervite. of New Vork,
'who consulted chief justice White.
(of the supreme court, regarding al
leged leaks on decisions. "Chief Jus
Mice White.' the statement added.!
"then came to juds? mes and askl
i him to- in-.estigate n report by Mr
Pew that a fr.end had talked to him
.and had said that he had been ap
proaches by a B. Moses with
offices in the Munsey building, Wash
ington, in regard to alleged profiling
by tips on supreme court decisions "
NEGROES ACCUSED OF MURDER
LYNCHED IN WEST VIRGINIA
Huntington. W. Vau Dec 16. Two
negroes, accused ot mitderins E. D.
Meed, a resident of Island Creek.
Logan county, were taken from a
train at Chapmanvllle. Monday, and
lynchedAaccordlng to reports reach
ing here. The bodies were then
thrown into Island creek, the renort
The negroes, E. D. Whitfield and
Earl Whitney, were charged with
killing Meek, a construction fnmmnn
for the Island Creek Colliery com
pany.- during a quarrel at Monitor .
losan countr. Sunday night, accord- I
:ng to reports. J
BUBONIC PLAGUE CAUSES
RR VE ALARM IN URUGUAY
Buenos Aires, Uruguay. Dec. is.
"'t. ai .u. u .11; hi? is re orted to
ha v u a 1 1 a i ned grave proportions at
si i'e piuk nice, where
the business houses have been ordered
closed for 4& hours owing to uad
"ygeniec conditions. Several deaths
hive occurred. The natlohal depart
ment of hygiene has begun a uar
on the rats infesting grain warehouses
is Fragrant and
mplefree dtier L.W.torie De.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
I lriTAL A.ND HI'RFLL'R . .
l.terrat pM aal SaTlags Aeevvata.
C. M. MaetiM. fresldrat
Jmpb MacaiTia. Vlre-rmMeat
C. S. Banrtt. Vlee PrrsideM
tM. D. KWj, Cahlrr
K. W. MrAfee. AMirt Caller
C. M. Nekrtuv. mtmm Cashier
L J. 0VERL0CK, BROKER.
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