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I, PASO HERAL
Monday, September 5, 1910. ;5 XO. 2522 r r t-SlSS v. ELECTION DAY AT ORXJOES TUESDAY Camp paign Is Beino- Wound Up Republican Meet-' ing Held There on Saturday. Ixts Cruces, N. M., Sopt 5. Tomorrow will be the bijr day and the final -vvindup of the campaign to elect constitutional delegates. The polls in Las Cruce3 anu Dona Ana county will open at 9 o'clock in the morning and close at G o'clock in the evening. All saloons have been or dered to close their doors while the polls are open. The present campaign has been the most bitter one in the history of the countv, feeiin-j-jinmng ver high on bowi sides, and each claiming a vic tory. The Republican party held a meeting at the armory Saturday -evening, attend ed "by agood crowd. The principal speech was matlc "by E. C. Abbott oi i "When the stomncn fails to perform Its functions, the bowels become derangred. the liver and the kidneys congested causing numerous diseases. The stomach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Chamberlain's Stomach und Liver Tablets can be depended upon to do it. Easy to take and most effect- ' Ive. Sold by all dealers. - j ASSAYEE.S & CHEMISTS ! '"- - - - i - - . ... - Indeoendenf AssaV OfflCa i . 1 S establishco i860. I D.w. Reckhaet.EjL, Proprietor. Aoertt far Ore Shippers Acczim ami Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined and Reported Upon, bullion Work tt Specialty. Q pQX a8 Ofilpe asd LabocatQry: Cr. Sen Pnwdecs k CkSZtnle? Sts. t PA?5- TEXAS- Costom Assay Office CRITCHETT & FERGUSON. Successors to Hughes & Critchett. Assayers. Chemists. . Metallurgists. Agents for Ore Shippers. 222 San Francisco St. Phone 324. SANITARY nfeofioiiery On the shady side of Oregon St., opp. Postoffice. Quality Sweets. Properly served. Phone Orders Promptly Delivered. Bell 1000. Auto. 1153. DRINK MELK DRINK PLENTY Of IT-DKINK EL PASO PURE MILK There Is more food value in one quart of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in one pound of the choicest porterhouse steak. El Paso Pure Milk Is pure milk. It comes from inspected, con tented cows, and Is treated by the most scientific methods. Delivered to you In sterilized airtight bottles. EL PASO DAIRY CO. rhoncjt: Bpll 340; Auto. 1150. Office 31S N. Orcsron. VMATfOi At home again better prepared than ever to satisfy my old and new cus tomers. The reliable contractor, W. W. Greek 1203 Nevada St Bell Phone 1045. EI Paso Pasteur Ensf If aid For Preventive Treatment OF HYDROPHOBIA. S2S SAX AXTOXIO STREET. Phone 2340 R. i. Res 3457 Las Graces and the Mesilia Valley jBtMyBi afe? Ge Tribute to Labor Labor! What potency in this word, no sound of deeper import over echoed through the corridors of theevolving ags. It began with the Divine will who fashioned the worlds and placed the constellations in their prescriW orbits. It will not end when these revert back to chaotic dust. It reared thrones and subverted tiiem. Dynasties were of their forming. Sovereigns courted its pleasure and trembled at its displeasure. It transformed impenetrable thickets into stately castles, obscure viHages into flourishing cities, imposing spire- now replace the towering pines, and waiMon aircraft invade the domain of the sylphs. Along the trail of the ursiue lair flash speeding chariots. The fnbled dolphins, the sway of the trident are ;io more, but floating palaces glide over and dominate the main. Labor beautified the world, with the treasures of earth's deep recesses, spurned by research and with indefatigable zeal it charted the heavens and linked continents. Genius would lie dormant, energies stagnate, but for the patterned ideals from the loom of labor. Brain and Brawn are inseparable, the multiform phases of imperishable art, the vast legacy of Lay and Lore, are monumental "columns of Labor's ancient regime, mental and menial. Inspiration is but the envoy from, the throne of the macrocosm to the thrown below Labor, the pillar of this throne!" D. EDELSTEIX. This Day We Bow Before the Majesty of Labor We thank you for the patronage so liberally extended dur ing the past year and cordially invite you to honor us with1 vbur visit in the future. -WOASE OWLOW PRICES- l&JLQxzKLKM:&n Santa Fe. while H. 0. Bursum of So corro followed. The Las Cruces band furnished music for the occasion. LAS CRUCES WOMEN ARE ENTERTAINED AT CARDS. Preparations Made for the Ooening of Public Schools Judge Returns From Vacation Trip. Las Cruces, X. M.. Sept. 5. Judge Frank "V. Parker has returned from Santa Fe, where he was attending the sessions of the Xew Mexico supreme court. Mrs. Parker and children returned on the same train from a vacation trip to Michigan. About 35 women of Las Cruces were the guests of Mrs. John Lemon at a card party. Mrs."V. J. Jaroby Avon the first prize in bridge and MadamHPetin the first prize in ojOO. Daintv refresh- men is nvere served. I j- Felix Xash, a ranchman from the vi cinitr-oj Aden, was m the city Satur- TJppn Amilo.P( TWh-irKncr day on his way to Texas after a bunca -Deen liailgeCl JJlClUOing of cattle. JJP Music: Manv Visitors. Trot. J. H. V.agner has returned from I T ' " a trip throughout the territory attend- Las Cruces, A. AT., Sept. o. fhe pro iiig institutes and is now busj- preparing J gram for the W. C. T. U. convention for for the opening of tiie Las Cruces public schools on next Mondaj. Mrs. Louis K. Norwood and baby re turned vesterdav to her home -ive of Picacho. after visiting Mrs. R. L. Faulk- nor frkf -tt-r ?-ii-c? Jas. Sewall and mother will leave here "Wednesday for Palomas Hot Sprin-s for an extended sojourn. TlieV will go over- ai"l- the trip being made for the benefit VI tAAO. J Itllil ZJ JltVlClI. Gs Ruth Day. wiho has been snend il.. JT T. 1 ,'.. I J"? tiie summer at J-ong iseacn and other --alilorma coast resorts, has returned! 'iiome. Harry Jones and wife have moved to Douglas. Ariz. P. Moreno will leave Las Cruces the latter part of this week for the City of Mexico, where he goes t) attend the centennial celebration. He expects to remain in Mexico for three weeks, visit ing friends and relatives. Catarino Armijo returned Sunday from a week's trip through the towns in the lower end of the county. Will and Henry Hall ofNutt were in L,iie city iaturuav. inev nave re- entered the New Mexico Airricultural col- 1 " Vincent I. May was confined to his home the latter nart of last -week with illness, but is again able to be at the store. The merchants of Las (Truces, at the request of -the local W. C. T. L. will decorate their places of business for the three days of the convention this wee?r. The banks and many of the business Doubt Disappears i 7io One In EI Pauo "VVIio Ha n Bad Back Can Ignore Tkls Double Proof. Does your back ever ache? Have you suspected your kidneys? Backache Is kidney ache. TVIth it comes dizzy spells. Sleepless nights, tired, dull days. Distressing: urinary disorders. Cure the kidneys to cure it all. Doan's Kidney Pills bring; quick re lief. Bring- thorough, lasting cures. Tou have read El Paso proof. Read now the El Paso sequel. Renewed testimony; tested by time. Mrs. Carrie B. Taylor. 2415 Texas street. El Paso. Texas, says: "In Feb- j ruary, 1907, I gave a public statement telling how greatly Doan's Kidney j Pills have relieved me of rheumatism. I I can add at the present time that I I have never suffered as severely from this trouble since. I have, however, had slight attacks, but these have been quickly disposed of by the ue of Doan's Kidney Pills. For some time I was laid up with sciatica rheumatism, the pain3 alwaj's being more severe In the small of my back. Doan's Kidney Pills -were finally brought to my attention and procuring a box at Kelly & Pollard's drug store, I began their use. They cured me and for that reason I high ly recommend them For sale by all" dealers. Price 50 J cents, Foster-MIlburn Co., Buiralo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. X4Ul!es! Ak your Orargtat tor utu-clic-trt aiatnoaA iiran I1!U Is Red acd Gold xnetzlUcN boies. swued vfeh Blue Ribbon. 4 sue o other. liar vT tobt v . Drasslat. AikforCifl-OlfES-TERrf DIAMOND JJHAM PIIJLfs for SSi yean knoir ts Sest. Safest. AIwxts ReiUldi j ! 0HIG! SGLQ BUffiUGGJSIS EmwoL " J houses observed Labor day today, by closing all or part of the day. Eugene Van Patten, of the Dripping Springs resort, was in the city Saturday, going from here to La Mesa. D. D. Farrell came up from El Paso Saturday in an automobile, returning Sundaj'. Mrs. E. C. Hendrix, of Rinoon. who has :been in El Paso and Mexico for the past two weeks, was in the city Satur day and Sundav on her wav home. J. A. Rost, Dr. F. W. Iraeh, W. P. Fraser, W. M. Reed, P. W. Dent, H. W. Hermanson and W. E. Talbott and fam ily were El Paso people who were here Saturdaj- and Sunday. CRUCES ALIVE WITH WHITE RIBBONERS . ... -j-r- . 3 . An -arrractre JrTosrram Jtias' Wednesday is as follows: Morning Program. Convention called to order at 9 o'clock by Mrs. S. C. Nutter of Albuquerque, president of the New Mexico union. Devotions, conducted by Mrs. L. A. Shank of Las Vegas. Words of greeting, by the president. Roll call, by recording secretary, Miss Lukie Bradle'. Tucumcari. Report of executive committee. Appointment of committees. Report of treasurer. Report of auditor. Music. JDeartment reports Press, systematic giving. Spanish work, penal and reforma tory, mere", anti-narcotics, flower mis sion, Sunday .school, Sabbath observ ance, work amonjr miners, -fairs and open meetings, franchise. Noontide prayer. Announcements. Afternoon Session. 2:00 oclock, song service. Prayer. Report of branch secretaries. Young .people's branch Mrs. D. A. Pad- dvt TTnrmnn ----- ,--- Loj-al Temperance legion branch. Mrs M. S. Kelley, Socorro." Music. Report of corresponding . secretary Mrs. M. W. Barnes. Albuquerque. Address, Mrs. K. B. Patterson, Santa Fe. Music. Evangelistic, Mra. L. A. Harvey, Santa Fe. Mercy. Mrs. Ira P. Wetmoro, Roswell. Sabbath observance, Mrs. Emma Wal gamofct. Roswell. Anti-narcotics. Mrs Marv V. THmor. Hudson. Scientific facts, Mrs. J. E. Mannev, Tuoumcori. Juvenile courts, industrial education and child labor, Mrs. A. A. Scott, Tu cumcari. - 4 Miscellaneous business. Night Session. Anthem. Presbyterian Christian En deavor choir. Invocation. Mrs. A. A. Scolt. Music. President's nnnual address. Mrs. S. C Xutter. Albuquerque. Music. Beading. Mrs. J. W. Collier. Estinou. Yocal solo, Mrs. Gertrude BvnI. Santa Fe. Collection. Benediction. The executive committee of the Xew Mexico W. C. T. V. will nieet at the Mevhodi-t church Tuesday morning at 10 o'clcck and remain in session all rla. There ar several important matters to be brought up at this meeting. Thf music during the convention will be in charge of Rev. an-d Mrs. Lansin" Bloom of Mesilia Park. Phvsic-.il cn t'irc rinj rest excrci-sps -will be given f the, deletes nn.l visitors during eadi da v. Ml delegates and members will wear the white ribbon. Among the visitors in the citv to at- teni the convention are: Miss Lukie Bradley, of Tucumcari: Mrs. T). A. Pad- u"-k. oi iiagmmn: -Mrs. .i. . JJarnes. of Albunuerque: Mrs. Ira P. Wetmore. of Rocve'I: Mrs. Emma WolmmoU. of Ros well: Mrs. Mary P. Timer, of Hudson Mrs. .7. E. Mannev. of Tucumcari; Mrs. j A. A. ."cott. of J ucirncari Mrs. J. TT. Collier, of Estancia; Mrs. Pitt Ross, of Albuquerque. All school children will be admitted free to the Airdome tomorrow night if accompanied by a grown person. It is the last night of 'the Airdome and there will also be music by Reyes's Kid band. Don't miss it. Peoria. III., Sept. .1. The linens flrldpre anil Iron company'.t large plan In this city was completely -wrecked by dynamiters last night nt 10:30. Three terrific explosions 'reduced the plant to ruins, and six other building, includ ing three saloons, were wrecked. Robert Gebhardt, a night vratchman, Trn.s seriously Injured, and Tvns ru.shed to the hospital. Dynamiters appeared again at midnight, -when t-wo carlonds of steel glrd- i cts lying In the yards of Hast Peoria plosion. The ears had just arrived from the Pittsburg steel works and were to be used on the Peoria and Pckln union bridge now being constructed. The Pittsburg company Is a non-union concern. The Peoria and Pekin union has offered a reward of $2000 for the arrest of any of the dynamiters. The Lucas company has been operating an open shop. Dnoensi nnyniisiv V" c ii a e m y c f 4 iw at iu ill nl III1 IIP fill! . rum lib n ILL W. C. Stewart, chief clerk of the Madera lumber mills says the company Is figuring on putting In a big planing mill in El Paso a soon as things cav be arranged satisfactorily. It will be about six months before the railroad is completed frcm Pearson to Madera on account of it being necessary to complete the big tunnel through the mountains,, says Mr Stewart. Meanwhile forces of men are busily engaged In grading the roadbeds on each side of the tunnel, so that when the latter Is completed It will be short work laying the steel. Mr. Stewart and wife arc at the Zelger. ROADS FLOODED BY DITCH IN LAS CRUCES DISTRICT. Las Cruces. X. M., Sept. 5. The La3 Cruces community ditch broke earlv Sunday morning and flooded the roads in the vicinity about a mile and a half north of Las Cruces, cutting off the water supply for irrigation until tfi break could be repaired. Mr. Johnson's tiouse was flooded, the water rising more than a foot over the floors, and in order to drive over one of the roads it was necessary to stand on the seat of the 'buggy to avoid getting wet. LAS CRUCES LODGE iacaxxl DSLnr.rLJ.Si trALU. Las Cruces, N. M Sept. 5. P. Moreno, resident of the local Alianza-Hispano odge, -Saturday receive dfrom the su preme ledge of the order at Tucson two checks for $1200 each to be paid as death benefits to the widows of two of the Las Cruces members of the order who died recentlj. The checks were made payable, respectively, to Carmen Mendoza de Ackenback and Petra L. de Madrid. LAS CRUCES HAY 3RINGS THIRTEEN DOLLARS A TON. Las Cruces. N. M.. Sept. 5. Alfalfa is bringing $13 a ton on the local mar ket, but receipts are very small, all of j the large growers and many of the smaller ones holding their hay for higher prices. It is thought that the price win ! udvance to $15 or 1G before Onristmcs. LAS CRTTGESJIOTEL ARRIVALS. Las Cruces, N. 3fcrSel;. 5. Arrivals at the Don Bernardo: J. A. Rost, El Paso; David Griffiths. Washington; Ben F. Rupp, St. Louis; Bert Hazen, Albu i querque; Dr. F. W. Lynch, El Paso; Vi ,'! r. ffiwer.J. ja. uagner. . xj. u. xarreu, El Paso; . P. Fraser, El Paso; W. M. T T1 " T TT TT- I T- T T I II 1 Keed, Jil I'aso; P. . Dent. Kl Paso; j Uccar Li. Johnson, -Mrs. D. b. -Mauldm, Valentine, Texas; Mrs. E. C. Hendrix. Rincon; Mrs. N. C. Frenger. H. White, Hope: H. H. Hermanson. El Paso: C E. Miller, Anthony;; W. F. Moore, Silver Citv; W. E. Talbott and. familv, El Paso; J. J. Klein. 27b matter in what way an old sore I from a wound, cut. or bruise, or from Nir F m mole, or even if it came without apparent reason, the fact that it does not heal shows that bad blood is back of the place. While the cir culation remains impure and polluted the nerves and tissues of the flesh around the place are constantly being fed with unhealthy matter and the fibres are thus prevented from knitting together and healing, Purify the blood and the place MUST heal, its causo having been removed. S. S. S. cures old sores and chronic ulcers because it is the greatest of all blood purifiers. It cleanses and removes from the circulation every taint or impurity, and so enriches the blood that it fe6ds and nourishes the tender, sensitive flesh, causes a knitting togothor of all fibrous tissue and thus heal3 the place entirely; it works on the simple principle of curing by removing the impurities which produce the trouble. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free. XHE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA EXCURSION HATES VIA National Railways of Mexioe Account Mexico's Independence Centennial Celebration During Month of September. 15 day ticket, first class $30.20 U. S. Gr. 30 day ticket, first cla?s $40.30 U. S. Cy. 15 dav ticket; second class $15.15 U. S. Cy. 30 day ticket, second class $20.20 U. S. Cy. TICKTES ON SALE SEPT 1st to SEPT 30th inclusive. Also Excursion rates to all points of one and one-third fares for the round trip first and second class tickets on sale Sept. 1st to Sept. 1 6th, limit until Sept. 25th for return. For further information call or address, A. BULOHEY, . City Passenger Agent, El Paso, Texas. DIRECTORS: IT. D. Bowman, President; V. B. Mnv Vice Present; R. E. McRride. Sec retary; Charles E. Miller, Anthonv, X. M.; W. W. Cox, Organ, X. M. THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST CO. Paid Up Capital $50,000.00 This Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business. Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee. Assirnce. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Las Cruces, Xew Mexico. NON-UNION PLANT were completely demolished by the ex II QHiin WILL UUILU LIEUTENANT REPORTS THAT HE WAS ROBBED ON TRAIN Lieut. Oliver O. Ellis, of the United States army, reported to the police, upon his arrival in El Paso Sunday morning, that he had been ro bbed of 160 some time the previous night while in a Pullman attached to Santa Fe train No. 10. The porter was closely questioned by the police, and the Pull man company made a thorough search, but no trace of the money wag found. WOMAN HELD ON THEFT CHARGE MAN CHARGED WITH SWINDLING "rnrin Vrmillfia Vine hupn tmnsfprrwl I fVrkTn t-lia ltx- tn tYi innntv -fnil nn 5 charge of. theft under $50. The police charge that she took goods from Cal Isher's. Howard Titus has Keen transferred to the county jail on a charge of swindling under $50. The arrest was made by the city police. All school children will be admitted free to the Airdome tomorrow night If accompanied by a grown person. It Is the last night of the Airdome and theTe will also be music by Reyes's Kid band. Don't miss it. 4" -5- -i-4' 4"5' 3- TRAIN WRECKED AND MANY ARE INJURED. Galena, III., Sept. 5. A west bound Illinois Central passenger train jumped the track 15 miles east of here this morning, kill- Jiirtg theengneer and Injuring a ! number of passengers. 3-4-4' 'fr'4""5- . All school children will be admitted free to the Airdome tomorrow night if accompanied by a grown person. It "is ,. , ,!-,. -- A,. - .J flic lfict Tln"Hf n-f tlio Alrnmo on1 thorn m also bc music by Reyes's Kid band. D0n.t mlss lt- "" "-o.. " -.-.. ...v. ...... ..,. WHO OWNS THIS WAGON? A small express wagon in a vacant lot near 409 South St. Vrain street may be had by the owner for the asking. The police report that the wagon has been there for the past two months. SHE! PIBMINSSTLYHEiiLS 0PS AND i UERS or nicer first commenced, whether the ulceration of a "Dimole. wart or REP0ET OF THE CONDITION OF HE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AT EL FAS0, TEX., In the State of Texas, at the Close of Business, September 1, 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts .- Overdrafts, secured and unsecured U. S. bonds to secure circulation IT. S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits... Bonds, securities, etc Bankingr house, furniture and fixtures Other real estate owned Due from National banks (not reserve Due from State and private banks and Trust companies and Savings banK3 Due from approved reserve agents. Checks and other cash Items Exchanges for clearing house Notes of other National banks Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents.. Lawful money reserve in hank, viz: Specie Legal tender notes Redemption fund with IT. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) Due from U. S. treasurer Total X.IABH.ITESS. Capital stock paid in , Purphxs fund . .-. Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid. National bank notes outstanding Due to other National banks $ Due to State and private banks aud bankers Due to Trust companies and Savings banks.. Due to approved reserve agents Dividends unpaid Individual deposits subject to check... " Time certificates of deposit " Certified checks j, Cashier's checks outstanding. " United States deposits -..-.... Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers Total iState of Texas, County of El Paso, ss: 1. -E VY. JVaVSer. Casnier Of thl that the above statement is true to tha . . Subscribed and sworn to before me ' Correst Attest: STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF TEE Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co. EL PASO, TEXAS, At the Close of Business, on the 1st Day of Sept. 1910. RESOURCES. Bills Receivable 5 749,373.83 Stocks and Bonds and City "Warrants 57,936.11 Overdrafts G19.23 Banking House Interest in Guaranty Fund CASH IN VAULT AND. IN 'BANKS... SAVINGS DEPARTMENT: First Mortgages on Improved Real Estate Citv Warrants CASH IN VAULT Total Savings Department Total Resources - iiABrLrriES. Capital Stock - -' Surplus Undivided Profits, net j DEPOSITS: Individual (including -City of El Paso) Banks Time Certificates of Deposit Cashier's Checka Certified Checks Trust Recounts Dividen " unpaid Building Fund- SAVINGS DPARSDfENT: Deposits Certificates of DeW'it . . .l Undivided profits, rtv, Total Savings departSnt Total liabilities t..).... . State of Texas. County of El Pasor T"e. Vf. Cooley. as VIcePres.d'ent,-and bank, each of us. do solemnly s-vrear that best or our Knowledge and belief.-" (Signed) DIRECTORS: J. H. Pollard. H. E. Christie, A. Krakauer. ummer Everybody has his own mmmmmm I O i an if he owns an EDIS03ST PHONOGRAPH, or a VICTOR TALKING MACHINE Buy one- on the Easy Payment Plan. W G. Walz Company Talking Machine Dept. 103 El Paso Street. August Eecords Xow on Sale. 'in Kodaks, Photo Supplies Supplies for Engineers, Architects and Artists FINE KODAK FINISHING FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY EI Paso, El Paso School For GIRLS FIUSTCL.ASS AITOMOBILE REP-MRIXG. Cars Called I'or and Delivered. Our Motto: REASONABLE CHARGES." j Olve Is a Trial J DELAXEY & ALKIRE. 1 K1S MaBoffin. Bell 1270. I $2,751,082.82 697.42 600,000.00 100,000.0ft 91,406.57 40.0u0.0w S.460.06 161,535.82 603.S82.49 744.46 60,902.30 57.900.00 26.81 223,10d.d0 70,500.00 1.297.322.S8 30.000.00 1.300.00 54,920.269.45 600.000.00 200,000.00 16,239.43 600,000.04 219,494.88 182.200.46 259,900.05 41,080.84 50.00 2,068,369.40 610,050.68 1,598.04 23,737.48 4.624.50 92,923.69 3.504,030.03 $4,920,269.45 a?nr.nimi hTiV An onlamn1 wa9 i,0t ,. 1 1 ,. i,atu - "- VVS i. VV. -hA.X.fcJ.K. Cashier. this 3d day of September, 1910. C. J. DEAN, Notary -Public JAS. G. iTcNART. W. Zu TOOKET. A. KRAKAUER, Directors. S07.929.17 116,200.00 7,038.31 840,492.5s 175,390.00 31,072.14 115,615.94 322.07S.0S $2,093,73S.ll $ 100.000.00 50,000.00 S;953.23 .$1,145,433.03 . 160.036.99 . 186,999.06 . 52;975.65 . 171.79 27,054.17 30.00 1.572.700.74 40,000.00 317.412.92 3,450.00 1,213.16 322.07S.0S - ' 2,093,73S.ll W. E. Arnold, as Cashier, of said the above statement Is true to the TV. COOLEY. "Vice President. "W. E. ARNOLD, " Cashier. Concerfc&l Lunmer Concerts at Home, I Summer Concerts at Home, 3. agents, $ 11S.925.20 bankers. K Upper intermediate, full Hlh school. aatJ vanoed elective courses. Theory, yracti and appreciation of music under the bt Instructor. Resident director of phJlca training and outdoor sports. 3IISS SLATER- MISS TAFEI,, Frtfeiyal 820 Project JLy. ja Xae, Texas. Latest Styles In Engraved Wedding Invi tations. Ellis Bros.' Printing Co. Ellis Building, 110 S. Oregon.