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EL PASO HERALD
la Wednesday. January 1 2, 1 92 1 .
CAPT. AND MRS ROT O. BLOUNT.
of the 8th Cavalry, entertained
witn a bridge party at their quar
'T9 at Fort Ehss Tuesday evening:
compliment Llent. and Mrs. P. B.
hctwell, who are letvwng the post
I Cant and Mrs. Rnv O. Blount Give
I Bridge Party At Fort Bliss Quarters I
5 n AM.IR 1 T.A5ISUEX. ibmmmhm:
Had ley. Mrs. Maud Harvey, Mrs. w. t..
Raum, Mrs Mabel BlacksheJLr. Mrs.
W. J. Blackwell. Mrs. Robert HolU
day. Mrs. Warren Small. Mrs. R. M.
Xoake, Mrs. C. L. ExelL Mrs. A. W.
Foster. Mrs. William Robert Smith,
Ur J YC T.orentsen. Mrs. B. F.
-Mrs L. Rice won high score and Stevens. Mrs. Lee Oradorff, Mrs. Pel-
''a- r. C C-trdmer received the con- h&m Winter. Mrs. J. T. crowaus, airs.
i-ommop prize. Following the games ---rank P. Jones. Mrs. W. R. Rank,
refreshments were sered. Mrs. Oarlich. Mrs. J. Hayes, lira. I E.
Those present were Lieut, and Mr? i Krankenburgher. Mrs. W. J. Qulgly.
B Fhotwell. Maj. and Mrs. I C . Mrs. Carl Smith. Mrs. Lea Wllmot.
' ardiner. Capt. and Mrs. L. Kice. MrE - Keinemund. Mrs. T. J. Mc
.eut. and Mrs H. M. Woodward and ramant. Mrs. W. N. Pence, Mrs. W. P.
. eut. and 3Jr C. Cress. r. McSain. Mrs. C. M. Lyman, Mrs. V.
- E. Ware. Miss Elisabeth Stevens. Mrs.
Nur.rous relations are l.e.ng H V ' Deady.Mrs J-J-1!'.?
.iae for the benefit card party to be ' AUlnaOrndortt M las Doroth anith.
-unat the Woman's clul. on the aft- Mrs. Frank Epence, Mrs. Slg Schwabs
r,,oa of Saturday. Jan. The funds 'Mrm. L H. Glllot Mrs H E. Rath.
'rived therefrom are to pay for the ; Miss Kate Tatum. Mrs. Steve
ew velvet hangings for the auditor- Mrs. R. L. BanWls. Mrae. Glascock.
m MndowF Mrs. W. G. Roe Is ' Mrs. Adlne V Stafford, Mrs. E. M.
. hait-man for the party with Mrs. W. Bray, Mrs E. Lachman. Mrs. H. L.
u Vciin as ice chairman. . KODinson. jolie-m ------
U. Mctfain as nee chairman. , Kooinsoii. jai--i -,,- cV-.-i-Li-v
Those already making reservations I J. Donohue. Mrs. . Shutes, Mrs. V.
Mrs. H A Ladd. Mrs. F M. , Traylor, Mrs. R. M. Gnder. Mrs. J.
jjrown, aura, r-...i j n nmunmo. -
' a.irh'-rt. Mrs Horace Broaddus. Mrs.
i'iie A Fh ketu Mrs. Charles oi-
.rt'en Mis. L. J. Gilchrist. Miss
I and.- Mrs. W. II Brown. Mrs.
w .Ir-hiifcen. Mrs. Dave Sullivan,
Ir Georpe Wallace. Mrs. J. C Ro
ar Mrs. f W. Wofford. Mrs. Martin
-, Mis. A. J. Fullan. Mrs. H. E.
'.ifiil Mrs. H A. Lay. Mrs. W. B.
. s-don r Mr. J L. Ely. Mrs. Olga j
K hil" rg. Mrs. E. A. Bellis. Mrs. je-
n--- Iale. Mrs. W. T. Owen. Mrs.
' "A. Wheurrtan. Mrs. R. B. Uoznan,
,lrs M. A. Warner. Mrs. T. M. Berry.
Mrs B M. Strickland, Mrs. Sam on
. or M.ss Olffa Phillips, Mrs. A. W.
r v. Witness--. Mrs. C. E. Kellogg.
Mrs. J. W. Christie. Mrs. -George
Bmnner. Mrs. Van Patten. Mrs. W.
Wallace. Mrs. O. F. Metz. Mrs Charles
Rider. Mrs. W. H. Winter. Mrs. F. J.
Trafton. Mrs. H. Cooper. Miss Myrtle
Bedingfield. Mrs. Robert Lander. Mrs.
E. A. Hennlng.
Among those donating prizes -or
th. flaritnnn are Ur' R. C. Walsh.
Mrs. Max Move. Mrs. P. E. Gardner.
Mrs. B. F. Clutter. Mrs. J. E. Swear
ingen. Mrs. F. B. Simir-ons. Mrs. J. G.
Baxada. Mrs, VT. G. Roe and Mrs. W.
P. B. McSaJrt.
! Mrs: Robert Oliver Gives Tea In
I Honor Of Her Mother and Sister
?T5?TS7S?StTSIjV!:R 'will give a I honor guests greeted the -allers In
T1JRS- ROBERT uuiui drawing room where the honse
-m i.r ,nr! another tomorrow ... ii.,,i..!. irv c. w Croom. Mrs.
J - . , .j,.u Mr;'r:.. j wniim v. B.
at her apartments in u. sr.
her mother. Mrs. w, di.Msi from
a tea cart with Mrs. J. E. Qaaid pre
siding and Miss Eva Bell Huling
Quaid and Miss Laura Mlshel serv
ing. .v m.irt winter aomns were
George Cllne. ot; Dallas.. Tf "'.
her sister. Mrs. C C. Weatherly. of
Portland. Ore. , .
The appointments for the tea In
clude a color scheme of green and
Carnations, row f"
iuor. " q T . ;,K .TfilHV . worn Mrs. Oiner was aiiircu m a
sweet peas are combined Ithsm'1" "0,"; f ph biow tlnt combined
and ferns. Shades were orawn -- ' M CIi wora bUck
lights diffused from nile green can- with jd Mrs. Weatherly s
dies. .tvd the I costume was a creation of black vel-
Mrs. Van C. Wilson received tne f"l Dfn wltn black lace em
guests at the door and Lucile Ross i " orno eu
took the cards. Mrs. wuvei
Music Program To Be Feature Of
Poll Tax Tea In Court Saturday
MRS. JOSEPH HURXTHAL Is In
charge of the program to be given
Saturday afternoon at the compli
mentary poll tax tea to b given in
judce E. B. McCIIntocVs court from
3 until 5 oclock. Refreshments of tea
and cake will be served.
The singers will Include Walter
Pans. Mrs. Robert Lander. Mrs. Burt
nderson. Miss Jennie Mae Langston,
Mrs J W. Murphy. Mrs. W. G. Abbott.
Miss Frances Bedford. Miss Connie
Mae Tobias will be violinist and
Misses Charlee and Anne Kelly will
olav piano and drums. The pinlsts
will Include Miss Nell Boomer. Miss
Elene Talpis. Claude Herndon. Miss
Gladys Ray and Miss Martha Pearcy.
Misses Tama and Theresa OKeetfe
will plav piano and mandolin.
Reading will be by Miss Margaret
Hines, and Miss Clarice Talpis and
Betty Stuart Townsend will perform
a rvnert will be elven this even
ing at the Red Cross house at Fort
Bliss for the entertainment of the pa
tients bv the orchestra of the 82nd
flld artillery. Miss Barbara Worces
ter will sing with Mrs. Leonard Wor
cester accompanying her at the piano.
lives Of Visiting Cattlemen To Be
Guests At Tea At Toltec Clubhouse
1 Savoy ans Club To Give Second
j Dance Of Season January 20
ONE of the pleasant affairs for the
.ves of visiunj? cattlemen will
be the tea to be fcien Thursday
.fternoon at the Toltec clubhouse by
ii chamber of commerce. The hours
f rwiMng will be from 4 until 6
'.clock and wives of th directors of
1 f chamber of commerce wi!l be hos---:es
of the afternoon with Mrs.
hans Dai is. wife of the mayor rep
rseM.nir the city of El Paso.
Wn s of local cattlemen will pro
do automobiles for the use of the
jors and those having cars are
isk' (3 to communicate with Alias
.ri ;i'der at the chamber of com----cn
-who Will make arrangement
uctuy relieved ny
A little tonch of Bestnol Ointment
f'fr exposure to irlnd or bdo nd
-list tense, drawn feeling of tae
-kin will be promptly dispelled.
r"a- Is because this pure ointment
cooties -while It oeals. Try It once
r.:d Trro will understand why so
many people recommend it.
Ttesinel ehavins Stick contains ths
sa-ie Tnedlcaaon and it leaves the skin
't- from smarting or dryness. Both
r"od'cts told by pomr druggist.
for taking the visitors to the tea.
a' cars will be waiting at 3 oclock
at tne various hotels for the visitors.
The guests will be taken first or a
motor ride over the scenic drive, then
over the city, later going to the tea.
Special invitation Is extended to the
wivj of local cattlemen to be pres
ent and help make pleasant the aft
ernoon for the visitors.
The wives of director of the cham
ber of commerce who will act as
hostesses are: Mrs. Charles Basse tt,
Mrs. W. S. Crombie. Mrs. A. Schwartz.
Mrs. K. tr. Kayser. Mrs. O. J. Binford,
I C Christie. Mrs. C. H. Pinlty.
Mrs. H. W. Broaddus. Mrs. F. W. Nor
ton. Mrs. M. A. Warner. Mrs. v. ij.
Rmwn. Mrs. C. M. Harvey. Mrs. "VV
S. McMath. Mrs. Fabian Stolaroff,
Mrs. H. L. Bfrney. Mrs. F. M. Bannell.
Mrs. James Graham McXary, Mrs.
Crawford Harvle. Mrs. Ed Sanders,
Mrs. L. Gardner. Mrs. Scott White.
Mrs. w. u. Ingndrlll. Mrs., tjnaries
Newman and Mrs. De Witt Bandeen.
Maj. and Mrs. W. J. Fewel were
hosts to a delightful dinner party
Tuesdav evening at Mission hall.
West Tsleta. Spring flowers deco
rated the tables. Covers were placed
for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coles, Mrs.
Robert Metcalf. Miss Carrie Metcalf.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Davis. John
Wyatt, Walter Grey, and Mr. and Mrs.
One of the interesting events In the
social world for the coming week is
a tea to be given on Thursday. Jan
uary 10, by Mrs. James L. Marr .to
compliment Mrs. Vincent Meyer, the
former Miss Agnes Stewart, who is
here for a visit to he father. U. S.
Stewart, and for Mian Helen Stewart.
The invitation list will include the
yoang society and younger married
Saving Tour Byes.
The least indication of eyestrain
should cause you to have your eyes
examined by an expert optometrist.
We are thoroughly experienced op
iroutritfi and should yon not require
mIs is n we tell yon so frankly. Need
SmteeeT Ask Began. HI Faso Optical
Col "ei Texas St. 211 Sen Antonio Sn
THE second dance of the season by
the Savoyans club will take place
January JO. The club was or
ganized recently and is composed of
young Jewish men and theIrst dance
given by them recently was one of the
n-.os' delightful affairs- of the season.
Twenty couples will attend the next
daLouis Kaufman is chairman of the
An informal hop will be given on
Friday evening by the officers of the
Seventh cavalry at their clubhouse
In the garrison. An orchestra from
the regimental band will play for
the dancing hours. The" hops are
given almost' every Fridtv evening
at tne cinonoue wuu ni
joyable occasions of hfe at tfcs post.
El Pasoans Returning.
Mrs. A. P. Burgard and son hare re
turned from a visit in Arkansas.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C Akard have re
turned from a four months' visit in
Colorado and Arkansas and are at
their home in Richmond Terrace.
While absent, they isited their son.
Harry Akard. at Mena. Ark.
GET PRIZES IN
That the poultry show Is growing
in popularity was shown by the in
creased crowd which vlalted Liberty
hall Tuesday night and Wednesday.
W. F. Pierce, of Chicago, is judging
the exhibits. He said be was well
pleased with the exhibits and that the
average quality of the birds was ex
'The cock Wyandotte, shown by the
Rlaneo Ponltrr vard. is on n ear with
anything that I hare ever seen in the
eastern uidvi, am aaw.
Other birds receiving special men
tion by Mr. Pierce Included the white
cockerel Wyandotte, shown by W. R.
Davis. 2427 McKlnley avenue, the
dark barred Plymouth Rock cock, ex
hibited by A. L. Foots, and the two
white Leghorn hens belonging to
A. Lj Dlllard. KM Wyoming street.
The Judge recommended that the
feed men get together and boy their
supplies in car lots.
An especially keen competition was
registered in the light and dark
hmi wV MilriM. the btrda of this
class being of a very high grade. The
judge also round it auiicuii. u
fl-sts in the white rocks and Wyan
dottes. . ,.,
H. E. Caldwell from Canntlllo.
Texas, had the Rhode Island whites
pretty much to himself, taking all the
prizes in that entry. H. P. Mabry. of
Biabee. Arts, with his string of
Columbian Wynndettes captured five
firsts, a turn ana a iiwna '
As seon as tne itrage amm i
.v.. miin Af the entries the prizes
and awards will be made. The fol
lowing thus tar nave mm ,
winners by Mr. Pierce:
UzM Barred rljmootii Kii.
J. 8L Saagherty. "1 Chur street ,
first and third cockerel; first jed
fifth pellet; ttest pea. D. Wettermar.
im: nut overland, third and fourth
pullets and seosad yeeec pen.
Dark Barred rBpwm weo.
third eoekerel. fberth hen. seeond and
fifth puUet. A. U root.
rtreit. Or, third istlMtt eocki.f";
.od and fourth cockerel: seeMd mad
fifth hea: first sen: flr and third pel
let. D. wettermark. xHi ast Overland
a cock: first, third and
fourth hea. J
Baff riymouih Reeks. ,
C Sprinter, Serth St. Vraln street. :
first coekereL . . ,
rsrtrWze FlyRweth Reels.
TV. TL Peck. E3 P. f cockerel:
first and third pullets: John Oeodwln, S
puUet: r. a Diuard, 1 Wyemins street, j
fourth cockerel: F. N. ManjOeld. ElVmao.
first hen: O. J Lewson. Hurley. N. M..
ssceud cockerel, fourth and fifth pullet. i
Women Meet For Purpose Of Forming
1 County Federation Of Women's Clubs jj
r r.iHMn Tjwikjftey. Tessa,.
cockerel aad secoad pullet: I- V. Bae.
Loefcney. Texas, Brit cock, cockerel, pel
let, hea. -
Mszle Comb WbHe OrpeaxUes.
t ti nMHjif vintaa. Texas, third eoek-
I ! erel and first, second, third and fourth j
The Beti Gkli 5cW in (Ac Souihacsl
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS'
Offers to both boarding and day pnpis said (eacLmg. mdi
vidual consideration and wise and friendly guidance, and right con
dition for both work and play.
To resident pupils the school gives a beautiful home, in
buildings of notable beMTV and distinction with every provision for
health and comfort, good food, simple but adequate service, wise
snd understanding care.
Under cirk-tpirked directors die school, nerer operated for
r- . I J tl t . ... .JuwL
pront, manitams rates nmcn lower man usaec ui arm. owau 3juuhi
Foil informatioo may be had from the principals. Miss Ora
W. L. Slater and Miss LHga t late! at the school,
street, Austin Terrace gate.
Secoad Semtdef Begins 'January 25, 1921.
MADE TO ORDER
King is a manufacturing jeweler and makes jewelry of every de
1 scription to order in his own shop here in El Paso. Your attention
is directed to iiis facilities for making '
Hand-Made Watch Chains
GeM and Silver Naae Plates for Saddles and Saddle Bags
Gald and Sirer Meaatisgi for Gasrasd Spars
King's workmen are expert craftsmen and King's prices
..re mo-t reasonable. Estimates cheerfully ' furaiahed.
Mail orders receive prompt atten
tion. Satisfaction folly guaranteed.
211 Texas St
Half Way Bet Mesa and Stanton.
meet at 3 oclock Friday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. W. D. Graham.
209 Bast Boulevaru. to make final
plans for the luncheon January IS
at the army Y. M C. A. m celebra
tion of the birthdt y anniversaries of
Lee and Jackson.
Cornelia Branch Stone chapter of
the Children of the Confederacy is
to meet Saturday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Charles E. Brvan on
McKinley" avenue for an interesting
Mrs. M. Outlaw is hostess tMs af
ternoon to the members of the Wed
nesday Embroider cub.
Crimson and white carnations are
used in the decor- tions and at tea
time salads and coffee will be served.
Those attendine- are l rn Walter
Greene. Mrs. John King. Mrs. Jack I
A MEETING .was held at the
Woman's clubhouse on Wednesday
morning for" the purpose of form
ing a County Federation of Women's
clubs. The work wiU be conducted
along the lints recommended by the
recent meeting of the state federa
tion of clubs held in-San Antonio.
Representatives from the rural com
munities were present and Mrs. Will
T. Owen, president of the Worsen a
clnb called the meeting to order. Mrs.
Olga Kohlberg was appointed tem
porary ohajrman. ,.
airs. JVoniDerg piweui
-1.. HiBn fnw an ore-anization Of &
county federation as outlined by Mrs.
W. C. Martin oi a-aiia, .j
committee chairman of the state fede
The College Women's club at its
meeting Satnxday alternoon at
oclock will present "The lissom of
Quetzales Bowl." a short p-y jaesung
with tne later i. -"-.. -f
mi,-ii'-a the stndy of the In
dian period of southwestern history
begun last October at a meeting led
by Miss Lillian Huggett. who spoke
of the earliest period of Indian civtll-
xr- v.rien. Arizona and
west Texas. The next n'!-'?.!.
deal with the coming of the Ameri
cans to the southwest. ctn.t-
sW BowL- will include MlseDorothy
Lacklano. urs. v. x-j, -ir.
tt. Tei.i Ht-a. L. 3. Locke.
finw Nan Whitely. Mrs. R, H. Cres
slngbam. Miss Marion Calnan. Miss
Ksthertae Beane. Miss Louise KetUer.
mT5, Grace Fairchlld and Mis, Blanche
Roe. Mrs. John Nickels wil direct
thThPeU-flay deals with an Indian vot
ter? bc'wFfSSeriy edJor wine in
tie temple of Quetzal and MltU and
.n-h of the play will be taken up
with the vision revealed to a cereiesa
modern who experiments by pouring
wine into the bowl- music tor y.v
. . - .,, w. -h-. ill., ro-arlea Kelly
vision win w ,j
and Maurice Sackett. . .
A short business session of the club
followed by a talk by Mrs. Branch
S-alge on the -Possibilities of an
Historical Museum for El Paso" will
the presentation of the Play.
This Is an open meeting and all inter
ested in me maxory m : : . I home on Lawton avenue.
may attend ana " -. Dance by the Regular club in the
hour following. evening in I. O. O. F. hall.
. ?i-T ,i tj.t.- Riding classes at ! oclock p. m. at
Central arcie m u- vr". Fort Bliss.
-i,nh met with Sirs. a. i -ri, . -rr-.
i. .1 rih TTMiM IcherTtf.
A. i L-uiam. im juiuiu -.
cock, first and third cockerel: first and
second ben: mat. aseena aaa uira iw
let, end first and aecead sen. J. U straim.
v.t.t flnt M-ft. aaeaad and fourth coek-
ersl; third, fourth and fifth hen. first old j
lien, secona rouns p-a-.
H. E. Caldweu, Caaatillo. Texas, first i
and second cock, first end secoad hea:
first, second, third, fourth and fifth hen: ,
first sad aeecoad pellet.
Wh-He rijreoeHi Rock.
G. E. Carlson, Taylor. Texas, first cock:
v-cood cockerel, third and fifth hao,
fourth pullet. Mis. J. N. I-aseherty. 1
Chester street, aaeoad ceek; first, second
and fourth hea: first old pea. TV. A.
liu-Mer. Dallas, Texas, first, second, third
and fifth pullet: first pea.
R. B. Horaan, 41 Orandrlew avenue,
fifth cockerel, fifth hen. fourth and eb-tb
.u!!.-t. fifth cock. Xourth hea sad fourth
pen. Sam wholly, Btsbee. Aruu second,
third sod fourth cockerel, second youas
Wbltaker. Mrs. Nora Wallen. Mrs. c
W. Parrish. Mrs. Wellborn. Mrs. H. J.
Heltgen, Miss Thelma Heitgen. Mrs.
Walter Heldman, Mrs. Williamson
and Mrs. W. A. Riley.
Daughters of Erin --.ill liold a reg
ular meeting and instalation of offi
cers for the ensuing year on Friday
aitemoon at - o ociocK in iinlghts rourtn pallet ana nrst -roua-r pen.
of Columbus ball. 1 Haste Comb Ormtorteas.
H.J sne-nroe, Atameoa street,
Tl.-, ' i .1 . . ,. . . . ,. . first cock, first, third and fourth cock -
' ' -" "in ' t : first, secoad. third aad rourui Hen :
Thursday afternoon at 5 oclock at first. ,con-. third aad fourth pullet: first
the residence of Mrs. George Spencer. young pen aod first old pen.
This is the first meetinc of the so- ' Marie Comb Aneees-.
ciety since the holidaF. i w. E. Peck. El Paso, first and second
pen. first and third hen, seventh pullet
and second pen. Blanco Poultry Tarda.
FA Paso, nrst, lourta ana xixin cock.
elfhth sod tenth pullet: first, third and
fourth old pea. W. R. Davla. 2427 Mc
Kmler avenue, first roekeral, first TOTmc
-n: first, second, fifth and ninth pallet.
H. P. Malrr. Biabee. Aril, first cock,
first cockerel: first, second, third aad
The meeting of the W. r t T.
which was to have been held Friday
at the home of Mrs. Edith C Lane has
been postponed, on account of the
death of E. II. Yale.
Attention Cattlemen To Our
i 7 1 IX CL Ovwrft
Uur entire Sioa oj vr omens -jfiuca, ...
r- J 17 C,-.... 7 IMrJhina '
rumps ana dunning hjiiytyKis tm -.....a, jLV'
TfLtemed. Great bargains in Mens Shoes. 7-Y
Every pair of shoes bears ihe Guarantee name
and has ihe Guarantee's reputation behind it...
TTKiimmt'c Sthnav (Ivfnrds
and Pumps wm 5 u
All IMvalues.saleprice 5.59 K
All 8.00 values, sale price 6.19 $4.00 Hose, sale price 2.98
All $ 9.00 values, sale pfice $ 7.19 $3.00 Hose, sale price $2.38-
All 10.00 values, sale price $ 7.99 .50 Hose, sale price $1.98
inVtl' XX W5UM ef!cef l'l $2.25 Hose, sale price $1.68
All $12.00 values, sale priced 9.59 .
All $13.00 values, sale price $10.39 $l-7o Hose, sale pnee $1.28
All $14.00 values, sale price $11.19 $1.50 Hose, sale price 98c
A 11 $15.00 values, sale price $11.99 gl qq pn-ce 79c
All $16.00 values, sale price $12.79 , ,
$17.00 values, sale $13.59 75c values, sale pace 59c
All $18.00 values, sale price $14.39 50c values, sale price 39c
Women'sExtra Specials Men'sExtra Specials
$20.00 Shoes in browns, field $ 5.00 Black Kid Blucher
mouse, some blacks at . . $12.95 Shoes, sale price $3.9o
$1-7.00 Shoes in field mouse $ 7.50 Black Gun Blucher .
and browns. Special at $11.95 Shoes, sale price $5.45
$12.50 Shoes in blacks and $ 9.00 Tan Side Bhtcher
browns. Special at. . $ 6.95 Shoes, sale price $6.95
$15.00 Shoes in blacks and $12.00 Tan Calf Army
tans. Special at $ S.95 Shoes, sale price 49.95
Men's Brogue Shoes And Oxfords
$10.00 Tan Brogue Shoes, sale price. ' $ 6.95
$12.00 Tan Brogue Shoes, sale price $7.99
$12.50 Tan Brogue Shoes, sale price $ 8.99
$15.00 Tan Brogue Shoes, sale price. $ 9.99
$17.00 Cordovan Brogues, sale price $11.99
$21.00 Cordovan Brogues, sale price $14.99
Agents Edwin Clapp Fine Shoes For Men
203 Mesa Ave. j
Of Social Events
RECITAL, at 8 oclock p. m., at the
Woman's clubhouse, by Georve
Daland and othr artists, compli
mentary to their friends.
Mrs. I, "W fraisr will jjlve a bridre
party in the afternoon at ihe CraiK
home on Copper street.
Mrs. L-awrence Koch will entertain
at bridge in the afternoon at her
, cockerel: flrvt, aeeo4 ud third han:
first, second and third pallet: first yovms
pen. I. J. Lajrton. Alamewordo. secmd
and third cock, fourth and fifth cockerel
and fifth hen.
Benjamin Sherwood. Grant aTenne. '
first cock and first ben. i
Baff Otrtefftoa IfcM.
H. J. Swift. 2tl7 Hweco street, first cock, i
cockerel, hen aad aMltef.
Hie? Astrtwtoa. i
Leon Barri. IMS OH re street, first
cockerel: H. P. Cftrbtm. 13 Nevada
street, first aad secoad pallet.
Mrs. A. Taylor, Caldwell. Texas, third
Sbarle CMb Aaetia9. 1
M-a, Charles Lee. Laa Crocea, H. VL. t
The Woman's auxiliary of the
American ieslon will serve a benefit
dinner all day for ihebulld1ng fund
of the legion.
Business Women's club of West
minster Presbyterian church will hare
dinner at the church at 6:30 oclock
Moeting- of the Texnlse club with
Mrs. M- G. Mitcheltree at her home
on Fort Boulevard to elect officers
for the year.
Mission study class of the Women's
Missionary society of Asbury Method
ist rhnrrh will be conducted at 2
oclock In the church parlors, under
the leadership of Mrs. E- A. MitenaiL
Lupin review No. W. Women's Bene
fit Association of Maccabees, will
publicly Install officers at S oclock
p. m. in Eagle h"- MrB- Luella Clew
is chairman of the refreshment com
mittee. Willow Grove Woodmen, circle No.
H. will meet at 2:30 oclock p. m. at
Knights of Pythias hall.
Meeting of the Rome service de
partment of the Red Cross with Mrs.
H. F. Worthinjrton at 3 oclock.
.!-- .-.-iT--r-i met With mTU.
irr . TWaaeaff-Biw' aftenvMil,
5?!?"hr;ZZrZri. Mrs. J. T.
Hollte led the devotional. Mrs. J.
Cooiwar affered prayer. The secre
tary. Mrs. R. I- Roshins. read the
mtntites. A short pros-Tain was
r.- . tx. direction of Mrs.
Sonswar. the topic for the
..(. Terseve--Lnce. Mrs. vv . ia
Abbott sang. Mrs. U E. Hayes ex
plained the budget plan and ap
pointed the folk-wine chairmen for
the coming year: firman of the
BalasionaiT program. Mrs. Conawa-r,
benevolent and aid ehainnan. Mrs. G.
L. A-rant. assisted by Mrs. Mary
CampbeU; Mrs. J. T. Hollta, enlist
ment committee, assisted by Mrs. B.
I. Rnahtng and Mrs. R- K. Simmons;
social committee. Mrs. W. G. Abbott;
industrial committee. Mrs. Lee John
son: personal service. Mrs. O. .V.
Katcbersld. assisted by Mrs. Abbott.
Mrs. EsteUe Schackleford. Mrs. G. W.
Butler and Mrs. R. L Rhodes.
A social hour followed when re
freshments were served by the
hostess. Those present were Mrs. U
E. Hayes. R. I. Rushing." Mrs. R. J.
Rhodes. Mrs. J. W. Ketehersid. Mrs.
j. Conaway. Miss Connie Rhodes. Mrs.
A R. Webb. Mrs. KsteUe Schackle
ford. Mrs. Lee Johnson, Mrs. G. w.
r. . i a u.w -Smnr.il Sfra W-
n. Abbott. Mrs. R. E-Slmmons. Mrs. of Miss Pearl I.yles and nobt-t
t! fi. Barlow. Mrs. J. T. Hollis and Jftn J Tjougla?. Ariz. The
Mrs. G. L AvanL
The mission study class of the Wo
man's Missionary society of Trinity
Methodist church, met ia the church
parlors last Tuesday.
Mrs. Oeorge Oliver, superintendent
of mission stndy. presided.
The meeting was opened by suent
prayer while Mrs. Adine Owen at the
piano played softly. "Nearer My God
to Thee." The 23rd Psalm was then
recited In concert.
After the reading of the SD.notes
of the last meeting an open discus
sion or "What Mission atuay aw ow
for me was held.
Mrs. Lee Moor gave ft comprehen
sive outline of chapter 3 of the book
now being studied by the class.
At the close of the lesson Mrs. H.
H- Henarlck gave some interesting
'current events,' from the mssiott
fields supported by the Southern
Mrs. Toznas Watson then gave as
the afternoon's scripture lesson th
last chapter of Fosdicks Book, The
Meaning of Prayer."
Mrs. B. O. EratUtrom and Mrs
Allen M. Grambling were hostesses
for the afternoon.
Officers and luncheon committee of
"V .K H.tinpton o-a.-Ur V L- C. will
Announcement of mtercpt 10 num
bers of frends hre is th- marriage
dirisr took nlanft in Tucson, on 1e-
I cember 29. and Mr. and Mrs. Wat
son are now at home in Douglas,
where they will reside. The bride,
who has visited here and in neigh
boring towns many times in the past
few years, coms of a prominent
family of Louisiana, being a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Lyles of
Bnnkie. She has a sister in EI Paso.
Miss Maud Lyles, whom she has vis
ited often. Mrs. Watnon has for the
past few years taught in the Doug
Aboul El Paaoans.
Mrs. F. H. La uf en back is leaving to
day for a month's isit to Denver,
Smith Wlthaxn. who has been ill for
the past several weeks, is able to be
out again and at his office.
Mrs. Gordon Henderson and daugh
ter; Lena, nave moved from 14 Mesa
avenue to the TurbevilJe apartmems,
7M North Florence street.
Miss Gladys Booth, daughter of
Mrs. Thomas Booth, is able t- be out
after an illness of two weeks at her
home in Sunset Heights.
Mrs. Edith C. Lane is recovering
from illness at her home on Fort
Bouleard. Sh -win be able to be
out In tht 1. : t r j a 1 1 of tht w k.
third and fourth Ballet.
Blanco Poultry Yards, first
first and t-econd ben.
H. E. , CaldweM. Canal
cock and first hea.
H. L. Band. Henrietta, Teiaa. first and
second cocks, first and third cockerel,
first hen and first pallet.
Steele Comb Bsff IjclMrsw.
A. A. natch? II. Plataview. Texas, first
rock, first, aeeond. tttfrd and fourth hen;
first aad aecaod paUeta, aad first old pea.
Entries from California and other
states are being received by the El
Paso Rabbit Breeders and Fanciers
association for Its annual sbow in
Liberty hall February t to . This
show will he ths most elaborate ever
given in the city, aocordlac to H. W.
Bayles. secretary of the association.
C C Hawley. of Dallas, Texas, vice
nrealdent of the National Breeders
. and Fanciers' sssoolsAlon. has been
c-tck ana empioyed to Judge the entries.
.vine silver caps win oe swaraea
ttllo. Tents, first ; ?J la rtZZT i,... j.. "
1 1 1 duck in uio now, urac, uue ui
any breed, best New Zealand rabbit,
best Rufus Red Belgian hare, heavy
weight Belgian and for the best black
steel gray and gray Flemish hares.
The secretary of the show is H. W.
Baytess. 42oi Trowbridge street.
El Pasoans Away.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Perry are In
New York for a Tiait.
Miss Mary E. McOowan. of Akron.
O- is slated for the office of national
president of the woman's branch of
the American Association of Bachelors.
Maggie', a Bunny, Or a Love Story
Of The Rabbit Vho Left Her Pen
AGGIE'S mother and Haggle's
father were very valuable rab
bits, aa they were pedl-rreeil and
also registered and red from the tips
of their toes te the tip of each nose,
and that Is as It should be with a
good New Zealand Red.
WHen ''aggie was almost doe to
appear In this world her mother (who
had a two-room house consisting of
an outside run and a closed bedroom)
put a very bos-p, expression on her
face raid went to work carrying hay
Into the bedroom. Bunnies do not have
hands, so she picked it np In her
mouth, a straw at a tin:?, nntll she
had a little bundle and then she would
hop into the bedroom and place her
bundle so that, combined with manv
others, it finally formed a nest. But
even this did not suit her as being
nice enough, so she polled hair out of
herself and lined the nest.
After Maagte and her five brothers
and sisters came, the mother pulled
more wool out of her breast and cov
ered the babies up so they wouldn't
shiver, for baby bunnies are born
naked and blind.
When sbe was about three weeks
old the first adventure of little Mag
gie's life occurred. She looked out of
the bedroom door, ntving now got
her eyes open, aad then bopped just
aa fast as she could do to ler mother
in the wire run. It was a terribl-
wond.-full of sights and sounds that
were new and baby Maggie had to
rush Into the bedroom ranny times be
fore she got up courage enough to
stay outside with her n-other.
V-Tien the babies wet about two
months old. Maggie's knas'er came
around with a covered basket nearlv
full or bunnies: he stopped in front
of her pen and looked at her and her
brothers and sisters for a long time,
picking ip one at a time and exam
ining their feet. ears, co'or. etc Map
Kit was seared clear to the bottom of
!u r l-.-tbj oul when she 'as ricked
By CHARLKS FBRGUSO.V. JR.
AFTER INVENTORY SALE
"THE DINfNERWARS -HOUSE "
107-109 N. Stanton.
Haviland China, sets 331-3 Off
French China, open stock timnerware 20 Off
Japanese China, open stock dinnervvajre. . . .20 Off
Bavarian China, open stock dmnerwaic. . . .20 Off
Royal M in ton China, open stock tfinncrware 15 Off
up and she fought hard with her lit
tle teeth and her sharp toe nails.
But Maggie's master knew little
bunnies and held her so she couldnt
hurt him. Maggie soon got discour
aged and let the master do what he
pleased with her. Well, what do yod
suppose the master did? He put her
and one of her brothers back In the
pen with the little mother, but the
rest of the babies went Into the basket.
"Why did he do that?" Maggie asked
"Because you and Sunny here are i
well enough marked to be worth sav- !
ing lor show rabbits, snd the others !
well, they will be killed and dressed
and sent to market to make supper a I
glad time for little boys tummies,
said the mother, sadly.
Sure enough, when Maggie grew up
she was a beauty and perfectly
marked. 8he was entered at a big
show in El Paso, but the first night
Maggie felt romance calling her. so
she prayed to the bunny God to help
her. get out. meanwhile using her
sharp little toe nails until she undid
the lock of the door and was free.
&he dodged the vatchman and
hopped through an op-n door and. my.
how good the night air did smell:
Maggie ecrtached her left ear.
stretched one leg at a time, sat up
and washed her face and then started
bopping just as fast as she could
down the first street she came to. And
the faster she hopped the happier she
was. but she didn't know why. until
a mile or two out of town, altttng un
in the middle of the road she met a.
big Jack rabbit.
Maggie sas ery much attracted by
his long legs and wonderful ears. And
he was attracted by "ler civilized air. I
Tou see Maggie was "fed up" with j
associations with hign brow rabbits,
so it was lo e at flr.-t sight. Thev ,
dug their hole for a hone on the farm 1
owned by Tedro Oonzalez and if vn'i
want to. you ran call on then there '
Fancy Cbiaa, Art Pottery, Cat Glass,
Decorated Glass, Fancy Casserole is A3 JQ
Frames, Mahogany Trays,
Decorated semi-porcelain dranerwarc open stock,
$10.00 42-piece set Gold Rose $6.98
22-piece Bine Bird s, A person 4.96
32 -piece Blue Bird set, 6-person 6,97
Sterno canned heat, per can .09
35c Sterno stove with 1 can beevt. J27
75c Sterno stove vrrth covered pan .48
$1.50 Sterno stove, aluminum pan 1.00
$2.50 Sterno stove, njckle T kettle 1.67
$2.50 Sterno 2 -hole camp stove 1.67
75c Maple wood bowls. .' 58
$1.10 Maple wood bowls 8S
$1.15 3 -quart White lipped sauce pans .77
$1.25 4 -quart White lipped sauce pans 83
$1.90 4-quart White kettles and settee pans. . . . 1.27
$2.50 6-cjuart White kettles and sauce pans. . 1.67
35c Wood salt boxes 18
50c Tea pots, 6 cups 35
American Silver Co., Bradford Pattern :
$1.50 set of 6 Teaspoons $1.15
3.00 set of 6 Tablespoons 2.30
3.00 set of 6 Knives Z30
3.00 set of 6 Forks 2.30
$3.00 Family Scale with Scoop $2.35
3.00 Clothes Hamper 2.00
3.75 Clothe Hamper 2.50
This u a stock reduction sale aad we guarantee these
price as low as at any tine during the present year.