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Thursday, January 16, 1913
Use the graphophone in the home to
educate the children, is the advice of
the Woman's club of El Paso, as given
fhrough Mrs. W. R. Brown, its delegate
to the recent state federation meeting:
music in the jails and asylums for the
unfortunates who are denied the privi
leges of those in ordinary life is also
to be an undertaking of the club.
This was brought out at a meeting
of the music department of the Wom
an's club on Wednesday afternoon in
the assembly hall of the Paso del Norte
hotel, -which was crowded with mem
bers and friends. An excellent pro
gram of music of the seventeenth cen
tury was given under the direction of
Mrs. Bertha Congdon Stough. The
meeting was opened by the chairman,
Mrs. Parvin, Witte, and a short busi
ness session was held. i
Mrs. A. P. Averill, the president, an
nounced a directors" meeting, to be
held immediately after the musical
Mrs. w. H. Jttrown, delegate or uw
music department of the Texas Federa
tion of Women's olubs, held at Fort
Worth, Texas, gave a splendid report
of that convention. Mrs. Brown said
on the last day of the convention reso
lutions were made by the federated
clubs which were to encourage music
in the public schools; to give musical
recitals in the jails and asylums and
to offer scholarships of mubic by mu
sicians of the different cities to en
courage musical talent. Mrs. Brovm
spoke of the necessity of free concerts
and urged the use of graphopnones In
the home to cultivate a musical atmos
phere among the children.
Mrs. E. Kohlberg spoke of the schol
arship offered by Francis Motfre, of
El Paso, through his sister, Mrs. W. K.
Brown. The program then followed,
the musical numbers being illustrative
of songs and instrumental numbers of
the seventeenth century.
Mrs. A. F. Sievers gave an interest
ing talk on seventeenth century music.
She said in that century the construc
tion of musical instruments was pro
gressive. The organ and violin were
being perfected and musicians were
appearing, to play upon them. She
also said that Henry Purcell was th
greatest writer of the century.
The second number on the program
was a quartet with an a) and b)
number, "Praise the Lord. Oh, My
Soul," by Dr. W. Childs, and 'It Was a
Lover and His Lass," by T. Moorley.
rsxmg by Mesdames W. W. Bvans and
v. jj. uowe, ana x. v. xtiinoss ana
Dr. George Brenner.
3. Piano, "Oaasonetta." by Dietrich
Duxtehude, played by Edwin C Knlck
meyar. 4. Vocal, "O cessate di Ptagarmf by
A. Scarlatti, sung by Miss Alicia
5. Piano, "Paorale," by A. Scarlatti,
played by Miss Henrietta Buckler.
6. Vocal. "Ah! rendlml," by Bossi,
sung by Mrs. W. W. Kvans.
7. Piano, Andantino. allegro, by
Ro3Si, played by Mrs. Francis L. Moore.
8. (a) "I Attempt from Love's Sick
ness to Fly"; (b) "Nymphs and Shep
herds," by Henry Purcell, sung by Miss
Bertha Stanhope.
9. Piano, "Saxabaade," "Chaconne,"
"by Louis Comperin, played by E.
The accompanists for the afternoon
were Mrs. J. J. Pearce, Mrs. Adlne
Owen and Edwin C. Kjiickmeyer.
A directors meeting -was held direct
ly after the program, and Mrs. W. L.
Too ley was taken into full member
ship of the dub. Courtesies were ex
tended to Mrs. Harry C Greer.
Conducted by
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 245, night.
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"At home," at the residence
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner.
of ;
. Ifrlday. .-.
Dance by freshmen of the mill-
tary institute at home of Don-
J. aid Hogarth. .;.
Mies Alice Myles entertains with
a dance. .;.
Baraca class of Trinity Methodist
church gives a "Mock Trial."
Mrs. Dudley Dean entertains at
dinner. .
J Mrs. George G. Morse entertains
at bridge. .;.
Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock
John Wesley Carpenter and Miss Mar
guerite Tessier were quietly married at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C W. Tessier. 309 West Bou
levard. Rev. Henry Easter, rector of
St. Clement's Episcopal church.' per
formed the ceremony. Only relatives
and a few friends were present. The
bride was given in marriage by her
uncle, T. O. Tessier.
After the ceremony a two course
luncheon was served. The bride
is from Chihuahua, Mex., having lived
here only a few months. The groom is
the timekeeper for the Madera com
pany in Madera, Mex. The couple will
zo to Chihuahua, where they will visit
for a snort time oerore going to Madera,
wnere uiey wm mase ineir luture
W. T. Lewis, of Sierra Blanca, Texas,
and Miss Hallie Baylor, of El Paso,
were married very quietly an Tuesdey
morning at nine oclock by "lev. J. F.
Williams, of the First Baptist Uiurch.
The groom is from New Orleans, tut is
at present living in Sierra Blanca.
El Pasoans Away
Irvin Schwartz left on Wednesday for
New York City. He will visit friends
for a short tlma and later enter Co
lumbia college.
Mrs. J. J. Morrisey left yesterday for
Doming, X. M., to ioln her husband.
Mr. Morrisey was recently promoted to
passenger conductor between Doming
and Hachlta.
Dr. W. H. Pickets left Tuesday for
Chicago, his former home. He expects
to return in a fortnight.
Lodges and Clubs
The Degree of Honor met on Wednes
day afternoon in business session at the
home of Mrs. H. O. Dow. A social meet
ing will be held no Tuesday afternoon,
January 2L
Mrs. R. Sukerman was the hostess of
a delightful "bunco" party on Wednes
day afternoon at her home, 1121 Orient
street. The first prize, a hand-painted
bonbon dish, was won by Mrs. L.
Stark; the second, a pin cushion, was
won by Mrs. a Swatt. Misses Nellie
Sukerman and Ida Krupp rendered mu
sic during the afternoon. The hostess
was assisted in entertaining the guests
and in serving by Mesdames Harris
Krupp and B. P. Dubinski. After the
game the guests were served a delici-
ous two-course luncheon. Those pres
ent were: Mesdames Joe Ravel, Harris
Krupp.) Barney Cohen, J. Kleinman, F.
Freeman, S. Rosin, N. Yaffe, Joe Brom
berg, F. Zlabovskfc Herbert Goodman,
Joe Sackett, D. Lerner, Joe Silverman,
S. K. Grossblatt, H, Bloch, S. Swatt.
B. P. Dubinski, L. Stark and Misses
Nellie Sukerman and Ida Krupp
Tuesday evening Miss Mable Green
and her brother. A. D. Green, enter
tained at her home, 1144 Nevada
street, In honor of Lawrence Larsen, of
Calgary, Canada. Cards and music
were the interesting features of the
evening. Delightful refreshments were
served. Th Invited guests were: Misses
Clara Romero, Lillian Martin, Madge
Campbell. Erie Berry and Messrs. J. H.
and B. Romero. L. B. Larsen and E.
Mrs. Otis C. Coles is entertaining this
afternoon with a bridge party in honor
of her guest. Miss Letltia Johnson, of
Rome. Ga.
.Mrs. L. H. Tucker is entertaining
tms afternoon at rarria aA t.ii k.-.
jwmea in entertaining this evening by
Mr. Tucker. ,
Mrs. George G. Morse will be host
ess of an informal bridge party on Fri
day afternoon at her home. 1083 ITason
Mrs. George R. LeBaron will be the
next hostess of the Tuesday Bridge club
on Tuesday afternoon, January 21.
Mrs. G. E. Kelly will be the hostess
of the Wednesday Bridge club on Wed
nesday, January 22.
The Auction Bridge club will meet
on Saturday afternoon with Miss Mary
Watkins, at 1512 Bast Boulevard.
Mrs. E. E. Windsor was the hostess
of the Wednesday Bridge club on Wed
nesday afternoon. The regular club
game was played and refreshments
were served.
Combination Of White Material
Women of El Paso Will
Be Pleased
White crepe de chene forms the
greater part of the blouse; and in con
trast with It the sain used for the
collar and shaped trimming bands
seems to hare high lustre.
The tucked net chimlsette and the
pleated lace frill are also white, and
Ivory buttons are used on the satin
t band. A tiny bow and buttons of black
velvet ornament the chimisette.
About El Pasoans
David R. Hodge Is critically ill at
Hotel Dieu.
Miss Annie Lewis, of Tremont street,
is ill with appendicitis at hotel Dieu.
1 Richard C Knickmeyer, who has been
seriously bedfast for several weeks
with a knee affliction, is convalescing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hughes will soon
move to their new home fn Grand View
Miss Nellie Witte is spending the
Jwcart. Dim wjLii iitsr ssisier, jnrs. Xi. n.
McGllntock, oat Arizona street.
Church Affairs
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The Woman's Missionary society of
Trinity Methodist church met Tuesday
afternoon for the study of conservation
of national ideals! Mrs. Empress Ar
rlngton presided and read as a scripture
lesson the 13th chapter of First Corin
thians. Mrs. F. Coryel and Mrs. C W.
Webdell offered prayer. "The Church
and Social Questions" was discussed, a
number of American ideals being
brought out in a most Interesting man
ner by Mrs. L N. Winans, Mrs. F.
Coryl, Mrs. J. Livingston Ely, Mrs.
L J. Ayers, Mrs. H. L. Graham, Mrs.
Wm. Sachs and Miss Lillie Clerc. A
pleasing feature of the program was a
solo by Mrs. Will TVOwen. A short busi
ness session followed the program. The
president announced that the officers of
the society would entertain the women
of the church Tuesday afternoon, Jan
uary 21, in the church. The meeting
will be in the nature of a social and
"pledge" meeting, the society planning
to take up special werk for this year.
The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs.
Geo. Oliver.
The Woman's Bible class of Trinity
Methodist church, of which Robt Lan
der is Jteacher. will meet with Rev. and
Mrs. C Wesley Webdell Thursday even
ing to discuss plans for the coming
The fifth section of the aid society
of the First Methodist church
was entertained on Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Chas. Sed
don. 1937 Arisona street. Plans for
raising funds for the new church were
discussed. The following officers were
elected: Mrs. H. B. Boddington, chair
man: Mra. G. N. Thomas, vice chair
man; Miss Eleanor Cloud, treasurer;
Mrs. R. H. Kerr, secretary. After the
business meeting refreshments were
served by the hostess.
The B. T. P. U. of the Highland Park
Baptist church, will meet Sunday af
ternoon at 6:30 oclock. Miss Cora For
to learn that on Saturday morning,
January, 18th3 begins our Semi-An'nual
RED LETTER SALEof women's and
children's ready-to-wear garments and
millinery. We have delayed our Red
Letter Sale until after our stock taking
and we are now able to offer you far
better yalues than was possible earlier.
Everything has been literally "cut to the bone." This
sale will affect ever" garment in our entire stock of
smart apparel for women, misses and children. Re
ductions range from 1-3 to 1-2 and even less than"
original selling prices.
inv" earner
6& 18iLj0vERLANIi5l3
Master Fred Whitiock was the host
of ' a delightful birthday party on
Tuesday afternoon, in celebration of his
ninth birthday anniversary. The house
was decorated in pink and white. In
the center of 'the table stood a large
pink cake covered with tiny pink rose
buds, holding candles. A Jack Horner
pie caused much merriment among the
children; ribbon bows on the pie were
attached to gifts for each child. An
egg game was then played. A basket
was hung on the side of the wall and
) the children blindfolded; each was giv
en a rag-egg ana askea to place it in
the basket; Eureka Ryan was the win
ner of the prize. Refreshments, carry
ing out the color scheme of pink and
white, were served, and the host re
ceived many useful gifts from his
Miss Pearl Elizabeth Swain enter
tained on Monday afternoon In honor
of Mrs. Ben J. ) Barrow, of Houston,
Texas. Those present were: Mesdames
Ben J. Barrow, Frank Powers, Harry
Swain, K. w. Avnitaker, jr. A. .McVeigh,
Boarding and Day School. All Grades. Primary througa High. SeiooL
Winter Term Begins Tuesdays January 7.
ternoon ai t:so ociock. -miss uora ivor- owain. .n. v. iaiuui8r. jj. a. j
gason gill be the leader and the sub- 1 Win Robinson, M. H. Burton, J. A.
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A Wonderful Qhange-
Compare today's methods of
baking with the old days when
Aunt Dinah used sour milk
and soda and baked on the
open hearth, and you'll find C lyw
Tt7rmr?frfn1 imnrnvpmpntB TTVi ta -bk&
most wonderful of these mod
ern helps is
imiy Bfe
to I 11 ffl mwiW
Surprisingly better than any other brand.
Never a. disappointment. Your biscuits
will be light and sweet Your cakes will
raise evenly and will retain that moist deli
cate sweetness for days. Calumet cakes
don't dry out quickly. Calumet costs less
than the Trust made kind yet' it's better costs
a little more than the cheap "Big-Can" brands,
but it is worth the difference. Every spoonful
does its work perfectly no failures no waste.
Bny m Can from your sneer today end tratch yocr bating trouble disappear.
It you don t set Calumet, you don't eet the bet.
World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, Illinou.
Pan ExpoMUoa, France,, March, 1912.
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ject will be "Jasan. The Fukuin Marc
Scripture, "The Mariner's Psalm,' Ps.
197:23-34. The rest of the program
follows: .
"Building the Ship." Miss Violet An
derson. "Afoot and Afloat," Miss Lola Court
ney. Poem, "Farewell to Capt. BIckeL"
"The" New Fukuin Maru."
Mrs. A. W. Hadley's division of the
aid society of the First Christian
church spent Wednesday with Mrs. J.
C Harrison, 1S06 Kansas street. A de
licious luncheon was served at 12 oslock
by the hostess and the largo number in
attendance spent the afternoon in
The missionary society Of the Calvary-Houston
Square Baptist church
held a meeting on Wednesday after
noon at the church. The program was
in charge of Mrs. C. V. Jackson and
the subject for discussion was "China,"
This was handled by Miss Jane Long.
Mesdames C. W. Sorrels, F. A. Hodge
and Peck. Mrs. B. Griffith sang a solo.
The Highland Park Baptist church is
preparing a special song service, con
sisting of 36 voices, to be given Sun
day evening at 7:30 oclock.
The Missionary society of the Alta
Vista M. B. church, south, will 'meet
this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rob
erts, on Bisbee street '
Presbyterian Men's club vmlnstret,
which was to have been giren by the
members of the club for their wives
and friends Tuesday evening of nevt
week, has been postponed until Thurs
day evening, January 24, because cf
conflictingn engagements.
Mrs. D. T. Roberts is entertalnlns
the Woman's Missionary society of the
Alta Vista Methodist church this af
ternoon at her home, 3U2 Bisbee street.
TTOfYort.. Cm luulman rP ft 1?tii,la
I. J. Ayers, Will Sachs, J. P. Nash, U.
C Hardin, J. K. Swain; Misses Isabel
Springer, Margaret Bryan, Sadye Ait
kens, of New York; Pearl Blisabeth
Swain. t
Marion and Patricia Alnsa will en
tertain their young friends on Satur
day afternoon with a "bunco" party.
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner, Dr. and
Mrs. B. M. Worsham. Mrs. J. E. Bark
ley and Miss Alma Jones are entertain
ing this evening at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Turner in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Davis, Mrs. Ed Howard,
Miss Olga Warnock and Miss Lucille
Out OfxTown Visitors
Every Day Helps to Beauty
(Prom the Toilette Guide.)
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You don'tsaoe mone$ tohen you iq cheap or hlgxmbaTiinrflaisitr. Don'l he mislead. Buy Calumet.
It's more economical more wholesome gloes best results. Calumet is far superior to sour milk and sod
Gus Stern, former mayor, of Allegan,
M4cn., is here with his wife and family
en route to California. Mr1. Stern was
a schoolmate of B. Blumenthal, whom
he stopped over to see. He was ac
companied by his wife, daughter, son
and bis brother and family.
P. H. Landergin, wife and daughter.
Miss Alice, are guests at 'the hotel
Sheldon from Aroarlllo, Texas, where
Mr. Landergin is a cattle man.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kelly, of Magof
fin avenue, have as their guest ihtir
son, Edward Kelly, now living in Los
Angeles, Cal.
El Pasoans Returning
Mrs. A. T. Threadgill. Jr., and son,
Frank, have returned from a visit at
3fr -9fr 3c
Mr. and Mrs. J. Florence, o Alta
Vista, "who have been spending sev
eral weeks with relatives in Tennes
see, will return the latter part of this
"To remove superfluous hair on face
or forearms, make a paste with a little
powdered delatone and water. Cover
the hairs, leave on two minutes, wipe
off. wash the skin and the hairs will
i be gone. This treatment is less ex
pensive than the electric needle and
just as satisfactory in results.
"No woman looks her best wJien suf
ferins: from aches and pains. Mother's
Salve is penetrating, entering the pores
at onoe and giving almost instant re
lief. It is comforting and soothing for
pains and aches in back or Joints, sore
muscles, bruises, rheumatism or neu-
'The beautiful complexion of girl
hood can be retained, or restored, 'if
lost, by gently massaging face, neck
and arms each morning with a solu
tion made by dissolving an original
package of mayatone in a half pint of
witch hazl It leaves the skin smooth
and white, soft and lovely.
'To not wash your head too fre
quentlv as wator dulls and deadens the
hair Tust put four ounces of orris root
in .i fru't iar and mix this with an
oritriP'! -naokasre of therox. Sprinkle a
lit 1 1 i.n tv iimil bruh out thorourhlv
ar i n t'kc with it all dust Picrtv
oi . 'iff. Therox maket th
hnir ii..m .itui beautifully lustrous.
"If the e throws are lighter In col
or than the hai"- or thin and stracr- S VAV
1- th. v i in 1. imp'uvrd bv centl.
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Miss Alice Myles will be the hoetess
of a dance at her home on Magoffin
avenue on Friday evening.
Tucumcari, N. M., Jan. 18. The pre
cinct election in Tucumcari to choose
a constable and Justice of the peace
resulted in the following vote: For
justice, S. H. McElroy, independent,
147; J. W. Bullington, Democrat, 9fi;
for constable, Fred White, 216, elected
without opposition.
George E. Tate and J. M. Putnam
have purchased the grocery formerly
run by A. Akins on east Main street,
and have taken possession.
The Shaw bakery is being removed
to the roum formerly occupied by the
City confectionery on east main street
Mr. Shaw will add a lunch depart
ment and otherwise enlarge his activi
ties. The City confectionery has been
removed to the Cover building on west
Main street.
The follow irig officers have been
narqed for th, First Bank of Tucum--m
rreidttit 1 f ugh Swift: vice pres
i . -it, G. I" M'll. i cashur. G. N. Men
i! . director., u . Eans, M. B.
Thompson, Reed Holloman.
V Tar 1C Th 'Rirre't
Will Operate in Derm Ana County. X.
M. Xew Basic for Sliver City
Other Xerr Mexico Corporations.
Santa Fe, N. M, Janj 16. Incorpora
tion papers have been filed with the
state corporation commission as fol
lows: The Teresa Ranch company, with
headquarters at Las Cruces. K. D. Vuil
laume being named as the statutory
agent of the company. The concern
has a capitalization of $10,000, divided
into 10,000 shares of $1 each. The in
corporators are Robert Krakauer. of EI
Paso. 3S00 shares: George R. LeBaron,
of EI Paso, 2500 shares, and EL D. Vuil
lanme, of Las Cruces, 1 share.
The People's Saving bank, of Silver
City, R. C- Markley statutory agent
The capitalization is $50,000 divided
into 2000 $25 shares. The Incorporators
are S. O. Baker, 800 shares: R. C. Mark
ley 800 shares, and W. S. Farnsworth.
400 shares, all of Sliver City.
The Dayton Petroleum company, of
Dayton, N. M Fred A. Berry statu
tory agent. The capitalisation is $100.-
000 divided into $1 shares. The incor
porators are C R. Troxel. 1998 shares:
B. P. Williams and Fred A. Berry. 1
share each.
The New Mexico Livestock and De
velopment company, of Lincoln. N. 31..
J. E. Koonce, of Lincoln, being the
statutory agent. The company is in
corporated ifor $1,000,000, divided into
$1 shares. The incorporators are Geo.
R. Stewart, of Qaincy. I1L. 10.000
snares: E. H. Scott of Burlington. la.,
10,000 shares: Nicholas King, of Quln
cy. 111, 10,000 shares': O. W. Harben.
of Waterloo, la., 10,000 shares, and J.
E. Koonce, of Lincoln, N. M.
Tucumcari, N, M., Jan. 16. R.i L.
Hicks, whose claim is seven miles south
east of Tucumcari, is rejoicing over
the narrow escape from death of his
two little children, when his home was
burned a few days ago. Mr. Hicks was
away from bomb and the two children
had been left unattended while Mrs.
Hicks went to feed the stock. Hearing
the screams of the older child, she re
turned to snatch them from the build
ing before the roof fell. The cause of
the firs is unknown.
The body of Peter Ward, which was
brought to this city from El Paso, was
burled in Sunny-side cemetery. Mr.
Ward was the father of Mrs. John
The remains of Mrs. C. Ferguson,
wife of city councilman C. Ferguson,
ware buried here.
$5 Values for $3.50
215 El Paso St.
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At midnieht Wednesday, joy riders
took an automobile, No. 871, owned by
J. W. Weeks, and after using the ma
chine for several hours left it standing
in the 400 block on San Francisco street,
where it was found at 9:30 this morn
ing. The machine was taken from in
front of 119 Terrace street.
Delta, Colo.. Jan. 16. John Young
bird, a prominent Delta county rancher.
was notified ny attorneys that he had
just received an Inheritance of $35,'oo
from his sister's estate in Sweden. Fif
teen minutes later Youngbird was
kicked fatally by the hprse he was
hitching to a buggy to drive to Delta.
He died during the day.
Wlllcox, Aris Jan. 16. Frank Mer
rill, one of the employes of the Mascot
Copper company, sustained broken
leg-when a small landslide occurred
In the mine.
She tried and tried, this thinrj, that
thine, then the other thin?. All no
good. Then she thought of Hall's Hair
Eenewer. Talked witc. her doctor about
it Then bought It, used it. Her hair
stopped falling out at once. Now she is
telling her friends. No coloring or stain
ing of the hair, either.
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