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xiitrsdav, December 10, 1912
"See! That 2
Feds Good, Ma!"i
For Prickly Heat, Pimples, Blotches,
Blackheads, Eczema and Sandra
ZEMO Is a ITew Wonder.
2lt last, a remedy for skin tortures
that makes everybody smile and say.
"Hoo-ray. Tve found it at last!" ZEMO
Is really extraordinary, as any man or
woaaa can prova immediately at a cost
Of Only a few cents. If you bare prlck
ly beat, eczema, irritated or Inflamed
skin, blotches, pimples or blackheads.
on -will marvel at the results or isjsaiu
er a few applications.
Ton can't realize it until you have
used It. Get a 26-cent bottle first, to prove
yourself conclusively that you never
of or bought anything use it in au
ZEMO gives instant relief, pain dis
bars, sores ana rasnes leave you.
en you apply ZEMO, it sinks right
In and disappears. Then, behold, your
skin troubles vanish! A few applica
tions of ZEMO will stop dandruff.
ZEMO is absolutely safe. It will
-make your skin feel a3 balmy asa
morning. Try it alter snaving.
Ives the skin & treat. .
O is sold in 26-cent and $1 bot
tles, or sent direct, on receipt of price.
by K. "W. Eose Medicine Co, St. Louis.
Mo. Try a 25-cent bottlo and when
convinced, get a $1 bottle which con
tains six times as much as the 25-cent
Zemo is sold and guaranteed by
druggists everywhere, and in Bl Paso
by Kelly & Pollard, A. B. Ryan & Co,
liio Grande Pharmacy. Knoblauch Drug
Co.. Potter Drug Co. Advertisement
Mrs. Winchester Cooley was hostess
on Saturday afternoon, when she en
tertained the Friday Bridge club. After
the game, refreshments were served.
The club will not hold any more meet
ings until after Christmas. Mrs. Fred
J Feldman will be the hostess, at the
next meeting.
At the home of Gen. and Mrs. E. Z.
Steever, the Post Card club was organ
ized Saturday. Mrs. John P. Wade will
be the hostess of the club next Satur
day at her headquarters. The club will
then discontinue its meetings until af
ter Christmas
Mrl C Coppo will entertain with,
cards at her quarters at Fort BiiM
Wednesday afternoon, eomrfimantary
to Mrs. R. D. Walsh, of Fort Riley,
Kas., who is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. John & Winn.
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Saturday afternoon Misses Wilma El
liott and Katie Stoker will entertain
at bridge.
Thursday night th Wolverine Danc
ing club was entertained by the Misses
Maurine and Charlie Carter. Dancing
was enjoyed throughout the evening
and dainty refreshments were served
in the club -colors of red and white.
Those present were: Misses Mary
Weeks. Edwina Bigelow. Mattle Hoover,
Elizabeth Marks. Julia Bigelow. Louise
McKinney, Edith Crutehett, Florence
Sanders, Charlie Carter. Maurine Car
ter: Messrs. Julius Hermon. Frank Ross.
Fred Carroll, Claud Strickland, Clar
ence Vauhan, Blair Roberts. Robert
Hoover Joe Sheldon, Harry Donaldson.
Damon'Lee. Allen Shirley, Bill Watkius.
Jesse Payne, Orban Walker, Russell
Worthlngton, David " Hughes, John
Jackson and Wade Smith.
Th monthly hop of the officers df the
border patrol Will be given Friday
night In the assembly hall, headquar
ters building, at Sort Bliss.
capful Red Velva Syrup,
2 tauares bitter chocolate.
capful cream or milk, 2 cup
ful granulated sugar, J cup
ful chopped nut meat. J tea
rpoonfal ginger extract, 2
heaping tabteepoonfal of
Melt chocolate w taacepan.
aid Velva, butter, magar and
TTtilh or cream. Stir over fire
till they boil for four minute.
Test in cold water and remove
from the fire when it form a
soft ball or register 240F.
on the thermometer. Add ex
tract and nut and beat until
smooth. Pour into buttered
pan and cat in tauare when
Among the season's prettiest affairs
was the miscellaneous shower given
by Miss Vera Ballard and Miss Jay
Mitchell Saturday afternoon, at the
home of Mrs. Ballard, 207 West Rio
Grande,1 in honor of Miss Margaret
Henderson, a December bride to be.
Various game were played at dif
ferent tables. Miss Kniharine Peak
winning first prize and Miss Lulu
Thomas the consolation.
Bach guest was then requested to
write -words of advice to the bride,
telling her how to manage a husband.
These leaves were bound in a cretty
book and presented to Miss Hender
son. Orange ice and cake were served by
Misses Ballard and Mitchell, and the
guests then showered the honoree
with pretty gifts. The hostesses
poured tea after the shower.
Those who enjoyed the afternoon
were Misses Lillian Gibbs. Lillia
1 Thomas. Stella Lattner. Rena Shea,
Nora Schelb, Katharine PeaK, Eleanor
Wright. Lulu Ilfrey. Bessie Webster,
Emma Hoffman, Mildred Marston,
Juanita Smith. Laura and Margaret
Henderson, ' Katherine Harper and
Ruth Forsythe-
On Sunday afternoon Mrs. N. B. La
Roche entertained at her home with
a miscellaneous shower in honor of
Miss Hallie lust, who on Tuesday
evening. December 10, will become the
bride of W. H. Zinkler. The afternoon
was spent in games and music, after
which a delightful luncheon was
served by the charming hostess. Those
present were: Mesdames J. Morgan,
W. F. LuCase. E. J. Bartholomae. T.
Ryan, F. Appel, C Richards, Bak
ofsky: Miss lust. K. Mangel and J.
Barnes. The bride was the recipient
of many beautiful and useful pres
ents. -j
The Highland Park Choral society
I will give its third concert Friday, De
cember 13. at tne Mtgniana .rarK .Bap
tist church. No admission fee will be
charged and tickets may be obtained
from the members of the organization.
The chorus is composed of 50 voices,
under the direction of L A. Barnes, and
the following is the program to be
Piano duet. "Deux Senates," Miss
Myrtle Boyd and Master Adna Barnes.
"Funiculi-Funiculi." Mrs. a C Holley
and chorus.
Soprano solo. Miss Gladys Buie.
Quartet. "Slumber Song," Mrs. W. E.
Page. Mrs. & E. Manning. L A. Barnes
and M. Griffith.
Vocal -trio. "Twilight." Misses Gladys
Bute. Felicia von Brlesen and Eva
' Anthem. "By the River of Babylon,"
Reading, Mrs. G C. Holley.
Piano solo, Mrs. C M. Newman.
"Annie Laurie." Women's chorus.
"My Own United States," Master Mor
ris Sawyer and chorus.
Soprano solo. Miss Myrtle Boyd
(a) "Serenade." (b) "Apple Pie Song."
male chorus.
"Maiden of the Fleur de Lys," cherus.
Woman's quartet, "Good Night.
Sweet Lulktbly." Mrs. W. W. Page. Miss
Myrtle Boyd. Mrs. L A Barnes and Mrs.
a E. Manning.
Monday afternoon. December 16. at
t:9 oclock. Phllo Emil Carrera ajd
Miss Marguerite McSweeney will be
united in marriage at the church of the
Immaculate Conception. Rev. Father
Roy will perform the ceremony. Mies
Adaline Carrera,, sister or the groom,
and Miss Frances McSweeney will at
tend the bride a maids. J. Katensteln,
of Las Cruces. N. M.. will be the best
ma.n. After the ceremony, theie 'Will
ho a receDtion at the home rf the!
groom's narenta The groom is the
only son of Prof, ana Mrs. J. C. Carrera.
The bride is a splendid musician and
they are both popular in Catholic cir
cles, the groom being a member of the
Knights of Columbus.
About El Pasoans
Mrs, W. R. Allen underwent a seri
ous operation Thursday at her horn",
3612 Morenci street, Alta Vista. She
is getting along very nicely, although
no one is permitted to see her at
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McKenna. of Se5
Roosevelt avenue, are rejoicing over
the arrival of a baby boy.
Phillip, the three year old boy of Mr.
and Mrs. G. T. Roberts, of Bisbec
street. Alta .Vista, has been seriously
JH. but Is now better.
. Were, Madem9
Is the Better Syriip
Yonr iamily will enfoy Velva more than any other
syrup, on griddle calces, waffles, biscuits and mall Ins.
You can make better cakes and candles, better fudge,
better cookies with Velva, the better syrup, In the red
can. You'll get the very top notch ol flavor into your
goodies because
Is made to satisfy you and to keep you satisfied. It
Is doing that In countless thousands of bomes and
we want your home to be one more. We want your
syrup trade and we know that one can of Velva will
bring you back again and again. Ten cents and up,
according to size at your grocer's. Velva in the
green cans, too, If you prefer It. Send for book of
Velva Recipes. No charge.
Conducted by
Telephones 2020 or 2040. day;
and 345, night.
O '
Tonight. . 1-
& Retailers ball at" the Frater- &
O nal Brotherhood hall, 8:30
Wednesday. '
Wednesday Bridge . wnist
club. i
& Beta Beta Sewing club.
Music department of the
Women's club, 3 oclock. Hotel
Paso del Norte.
& Women's Catholic Order of
Forresters. 3 oclock. Knights
-4 of Columbus hall.
-0- Bridge party by Mrs. Ed-
O ward Coppock at Fort Bliss.
Afternoon Gown
The new shade of brown, known as
raisin, was used for the original ot
this sketch. The color is beautiful In
itself, and when, as in this caset .black
velvet is used with It, it Is doubly ef
fective, v
The wide draped lapels are edged
with the velvet, and their Ieng ends
gathered under the girdle, which is
ornamented with a black velvet rose.
The vest Is of fine white net, the
lower half underlaid with bWght green
The colar has points faced 'with
black velvet and a bow of the green,
embroidered v with black and bronze.
Bright green buttons on tiny black
velvot bows trim the front. The skirt
buttons are velvet covered.
Dinners and Luncheons
Mrs. W. R Brown will entertain the
Saturday Luncheon club next Saturday.
Women's Organizations
The Sunshine Workers, Bl Paso
branch of the International Sunshine
society, met at the home of the presi
dent, Mrs. William H. F. Judd, on Mon
day afternoon. A short business ses
sion was held, Mrs. Judd presiding. Mrs.
W. J. Cox presided over the branch to
fill the vacancy left by the resignation
of Mrs. J. H. Hirt. Mrs. F. J. Miller,
the recording secretary, filled her office
uitll she moved irom the city a year .
ago. Her return and Interested activi- (
ties in discussing Sunshine are much I
appreciated by her coworkers. It was !
decided to send Mrs. E. V. PIckrell, a
prominent Sunshine worker, now liv-
mtr for the winter at 981 West Sixth
street, Los Angeles, Cal., a Christmas
postcard shower. The next meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs. A J.
Fraser. on the second Friday in Jan
uary, at 1310 Rodsovelt street
After the business meeting the work
ers were busily engaged in making out
ing flannel night gowns for the Sun
shine babies of the nursery. They sewed
around a dining table with rosy lights
and a very profitable afternoon was
spent. Each one was engaged in mak
ing the most words they could out of
the words Sunshine Workers. Mrs. A
J. Fraser was awarded the prize, a
white fancy apron with pink stream
era Mrs. W. J. Cox served tea around
a daintily appointed table and was as
sisted by Mrs. J. H. Hirt While they
were being served, music on a pianolo
was very much enjoyed.
The Daughters of the American Rev
olution held their regular monthly
meeting on Monday afternoon at
oclock at the home of Mrs. E. C French.
The hostesses for the afternoon were
Mesdames C E. Kelly, L. P. Mathews,
Kenneth Brown. J. H. McCullough. G.
w. Hiirzins. Park Pitman and G. P.
Plnknns. The subject for Study was
"Tmas under the Mexican flag." Miss
i.amle Sexton gave a most interesting
talk on this subject. A violin auet en
titled "Hunoresque," by Dvorak, played
by Mrs. Bean and Miss Virginia Bean,
was thoroughly enjoyed.. They re
sponded to an encore with "Annie
Laurie." Mra R. E. Thomason, who at
tended the general Texas convention of
the D A R. at F.ort Worth, gave an in
teresting account of the meeting and
said that the women were all enthusi
astic over the time when they can
come to El Paso and be entertained,
which they hone will be next year. Mrs.
Mary Ross Kiester presented the peti
tion asking congress to buy the Thomas
Jefferson home, tne lamous Aionti
cbIIo which thev want to make a na
tlonal memorial. Mra H. W. Broaddus
was asked tp appoint five prominent
citizens tc assist in the preservation ot
the old Santa Jfe trail, wnicn is tne
old highway.
The next monthly meeting of the El
Paso brancn or tne international aun
hina society will bei held at the Sun
shine day nursery on Monday, Decem
ber 16. vAt this time, Felix Martinez
will give an address an the subject,
"A-m I mv brother's keener?" Mra D.
H. Murray will give her personal rem
iniscences of Mrs. Cynthia Westover
Allien, resident ceneral of the Inter
national Sunshine society, as she knew
her in Denver. Colo. A musical will
also be arranged and several numbers
will be given by the sunsntne cniiaren.
Mrs. J. A. De Laney will be the
next hostess of the Fortnightly club
on Thursday afternoon. December 19.
Th Silent Twelve dub- will not
hold any meetings until after Christ
The Beta Beta club will be enter
talned this week on Wednesday after
f noon by Miss Florence Reed.
Church Affairs
At the home of Mrs. D. R. Wilkes,
608 Ariaona street, the Epworth
league of Trinity Methodist church
met in regular business session Fri
day evening last. After president
Gould hd disposed of regular busi
ness, a social was held and pleasing
charades' were given.
Miss Margaret Henderson and Mrs.
Wilkes played several instrumental
selections. Refreshments were served
by the hostess.
Those present were: Misses Mabel
Murry, Margaret Henderson, Emma
Hoffman. Rena Shea, Katherine Har
per. Lillia Thomas, Katharine Peak
Era Thomas, Kerr. Cross and Mrs.
Wilkes; Messrs. RuEsell Mitchell,
WyJie Casteel, J. R. Pappel, Rickett.
D. Mewbourn. Harry Henderson. Karry
Murry and Mr. and Mrs. Robin Gould.
The Catholic Young People's asso
ciation met in the Knights of Columbus
hall on Monday nirht in a short busi
ness session. It was decided that a
dance would be given on Friday night,
December 27.
The neighborhood division of the
First Baptist churah, of which' Mrs. T.
W. Lanier s president, is meeting this
afternoon with Mrs. Evans, 1718 East
Rio Grande street.
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The Altar 'society of the church of
the Guardian Angel Is meeting this
-afternoon at 3:30 at the school hall.
The Chorus of the Highland Park
Baptist church will give a compli
mentary musical on Friday night at
the church.
The Woman's Missionary society of
Trinity Methodist church is holding
a meeting this afternoon In the church
Rev. W. R. Howell. Methodist pastor
in Alta Vista, has appointed as tem
porary stewards, A J. W.- Schmid, R.
G. Ansley and A. L. Reynolds. Ser
vices will be held at same place next
El Pasoans Away
Capt David 1 Fleming, chaplain of
the Second cavalry, is on leave of ab
sence In Pittsburg, Fa. His leave ex
pires in January.
Mrs. J. B. Gray will leave on the 20th
to visit at her mother's -home In Colo
rado City, Texas, for some- time.
Miss Bessie Merktn Is in as Cruces
visiting for a few days.
Mrs. K. W. Bryan, of Alta Vista,
Hueco street, leaves this week for a
two weeks' visit to her son in New
Mra Eudella Irwin Frances has left
for a visit in Chicago, "III, with her sis
ter. Mrs. W. O. Morton.
El Pasoans Returning
Mrs. K. M Walker, of 514 Corto street,
hae returned from a visit to her father
in Detroit. Mich , and Mr. Walker's par
ents, in Bloomington, Ind. She was ac
companied home by Mr. Walker's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker, who
will spend the winter with them.
Miss Mabel O'Connor has returned
from Austin, Tex., where she has been
attending the university.
Mrs. Frederick M. Terrell, wife of
Liest. Terrell, of the !2d infantry, has
joined her husband "here.
Mrs ' H R. Singleton has returned to
the city from New Orlears, Ia., where
she has been Msiting relatives for sev
eral months.
You Are Most Cordially
Invited to Attend
e Concert
At the First Baptist
Thursday Evening, Dec.
12th, 8:15 O'clock.
No Charge for Admission.
No Tickets Nccessar).
Simply come early to pick Wur
seal and enjoy the following pro
gram: 1. Pipe Organ Sonata. . .
. Mr. E. R. Billings
2. Valse dc Concert : . . . .
Dr. Richard Haasz
Mr. F. C. Billings on the
3. When Thoti Comest, from
. Inflammatus Rossini
Miss O'Neill
4. (a) Andante Religioso. .
(b) Romance Op. 26. . .
Mr. Teljo
5. (a) Uncle Kemus on
Hearing Padercwsku
(b) Al The Opera.
Mrs. Ledbellcr
6. Lullaby, from Jocelyn. . .
' ' 'Mr. F. G. Billings
7. (a) Hejre Kali Hun-
ganan Dance, Violtn. .
eno Hubay
(b) Wallhefs Preislied.
Cello Wagner
Miss Bean
8. (a) The Dawn.d'Hardelol
(b) Calm As The Night
Mrs. Evans
'. Kamermoi-OslroTD Rubinstein
Chase & Baker flayer-riano
and Pipe Organ
10. La Navarraise . -Massanel
Miss Bean, Mr. 1 ello,
Mr. E. R. Billings
rtr,nnirnlmO ihf. fJO.lbjljS
of the Cftasc Cr tsacr flayer-
Fred'l G. Billings,
2nd Floor. 214 1-2 Texas.
The Player-Piano Store of
El Paso.
Out Of Town Visitors
T T Allan f rTTTI1-l V "MftXlr-AT! Cen
tral conductor, and now connected with
the Madera Lumber company In Chi
huahua, is here for a visit with his
wife and baby. Mrs. Allen returned
recently from Chicago, where she has
been to give the baby medical treat
ment. Mr. Allen will be here the re
mainder of. the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Selby Townsend and
little son. of Chicago. IIL. are expected
In about a week to visit Mr. Townsend s
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Townsend,
and will remain until after the holi
days. Mr. and Mra Joe J. Kelly, of Demlng.
are in El Paso on a shopping expedi
tion. Mr. Kelly is a prominent busi
ness man of Demlng. being associated
with J. A Mahoney. They are guests
of Hotel Paso del Norte.
Hpgh H. Williams, chairman of the
New Mexico corporation commission,
is in El Paso on business.
The officers' wives have discontinued
their Wednesday afternoon "at hpmes"
at Fort Bliss until after Christmas.
The Lodges
The Degree of Honor will have a
business meeting on Tuesday after
noon, December 17, to elect officers.
Stockings filled with imported novel
ties, 5c to ?5. Elite Confectionery.
Coffee Percolators, Chafing Dishes,
Carving Sets, Cutlery, Scissors,
Carpet Sweepers, Etc.
Laurie Hardware C
We Will Reserve It for You.
They Will Be Scarce Before Christmas.
$15, $25, $40, $50, $75, $100, $150, $200, $250.
Attractive Terms When Desired.
Catalogs on Application. 103 El Paso St.
Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
constipated bowels, which cause your
stomacn to oecome iuiea wuu uuu.-
gested food, which sours and ferments
i like garbage in a swill barrel. That s
tne first Step to unioio misery mui
gestion, foul gases, bad breath, yellow
id XQ
It is mighty hard to obtain
uniform results in cake mak
ingif you use butter or lard
-because both of these prod
ucts vary so in quality.
Coftolene isalways uniform
always produces good re
suits, i With its use, you can
count on a certain kind of
cake being the same every
Coftolene sells at about
the price of lard, and is so
rich that one-third less is re
quired than
either butter
or lard.
Cottolenc is never
sold in bulk al
ways in air-tiglit
tin paHs, which pro
tect it from dirt,
dust and odors. It
is always uniform
and dependable.
Y. W. CK A. Notes
The regular board meeting of tne T..
W. C A will be held Thursday morn
ing at J oclock at the central head
quarters. Miss Blanche Gilbert, the matron of
the dapot, has been ill for several days,
but Is nmfh Unproved.
Miss Florence Hanson H giving 9
course of lessons en the "Christ . In
Art," and Howard Durkee is giving a
course in the "Psalma" The first les
son will -be given this evening and the
second on Thursday evening at 7:16
As soon as guardians ar appointed
for the camp fire work, it will be Obm-
jmy smt ffeSMS.
twB ihai iiM , . . ' fttao zs & so ceht. bo , , jjJHi
m A,fiiM
& & 1, V&U
at Cake-bskk
M l .1.
hy Not
Something that can be use3 every day and be
an enjoyment to the whole family. We have
hundreds of useful things for the household.
Have on display a large assortment of
skin, mental fears, everything that is
horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret
tonight will surely straighten you out
by morning a 10-cent box will keep
your head clear, stomach sweet, liver
and bowels regular and make you feel
cheerful and bully for months.
Don't forget your children their lit
tle insides need a good, gentle, cleans
ing, too, occasionally.
2Xr 4r X0sr3
I TZetter Cough. Syrup than
m You Can Buy a
A Family Supply, Santas f3 3 jjj
n Fully Guaranteed. O
A full pint ol congi. syrup as uracil.
as you coald buy for 20 -can easily
be made at home. You will find nothing
that takes bold of an obstinate couRh.
more quickly, usually ending it inside of
24 Sours. Excellent, too. for croup,
whooping cough, ore lnngsasthma,
hoarseness and other throat troubles.
Mir one pint of granulated sugar with
pint of warm water, and stir for 2
minutes. Put 2 ounces of Pinex (fifty
cents' worth) in a pint bottle, then add
the Sugar Syrupr- It keeps perfectly.
Take a teaspoonful every one, two or
three hours.
This is just laxative enough to help
cura a- cough. Also stimulates the appe
tite, which is usually upset by a cough.
The taste is pleasant.
lie effect of pine and sugar syrup, xa
the inflamed membranes is well known.
Pinex is the most valuable concentrated
compound of Norway white ine extract
rich in gusiacol and all the natural
healing pine elements. Other prepara
iioBa will not work in thi3 formula.
The Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe is
now used by thousands of housewives
throughout the United States and Can
ada. The plan has been imitated, but
the old successful jTormula has never
been equaled.
A guaranty of absolute saSsf action, or
money promptly refunded, goes with this
recipe. Your drngrist has Pinex, or will
set it for von. If not, send to Tha
Pinex Co, It. Wayne, Ind.
evssr 2jcc jun toobt
T? f.T " vm
All "Work Guaranteed.
We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust BMg.
menoed. Various fu&cnons ar being
arranged for the hoSdays-
Give Useful

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