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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, June 23,1913 No Laundry Can take better care of your bundle work than this laundry! Special Macbnoj, Sanitary Plant and Efficient employes enable at to handle any amount of work without slighting it. Let us launder for you! - Phone 8177. Elite Laundry Sanitarj and Fireproof. 412-414 S. Oregon St. COTTON ADDITION LOTS Best Buy in Ei Paso A. P. COLES & BROS, Agts. BETHEA & MOORES SHEET IRON AND METAL WORKERS FAVORITE Underfeed FURNACES Tasks, Sky-Lights, Gutters, Conductor Pipe, KitegBg, Kleetrie Sign SOS S. Kl Fm Street. Phone ISM. defore too are alied frith Mercury sad Other Peiaonona DrKKC see Dr. Che Hok. the botanist specialist, who cures the following dis eases without the aid of minerals or knife: Cancer. Blood Poison. Kidney Trouble. Rheuma tism. Heart Disease, and Liver derange n cms. Consultation 1 free. 06 San An- crio St. Phone 3910 CARLSBAD PEOPLE HAVE GAY OTJTIKGr Carlsbad. N. M.. June 23. A barbe cue and dance were held at the San Simone "ranch 65 miles east of town, and many cars made the trip there rrom town The occasion was in cel ebration of Ll Re Merchant's birthday anniversary. The ranch is owned by Ca.pt. C W. Merchant, and his sons, John. Lige and Will Merchant and is one of the best known and largest properties in Eddy county. Ten beeves were in readiness for the barbecue, and all the trimmings tnat make a western feast were served n-ith the meat. Dan finer bpiran at two o'clock in the afternoon, and did j not end until four in the morning. X lie turnip caiurr MlQlcwiiai (.UL uuwn the attendance from town, for nearly every car owner had planned to make the trip, but the dancers were not topped by the rain. Among those who went from town were: Allen Heard. Buena and Mona Heard and Jim Penny and Frank Miser in the Heard car: Joe Living ston. H. Mitchiner, Capt C D. Church and W. J. Barber in the J. N. Livingston car; J. C Bunch, Earl Hatheson. Willie Matheson. Buster Groves and Jack Hines in the Bunch car; Mrs. Ed Seay and two daughters of Roswell: Mildred Cooke, George and Ed Scupham, in the Doepp car; Mr. and Mrs. Dilley and Henrietta, Mr. and Mrs. Reeves and W. Baumbach. in the Reeves car, and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, Ray Soliday. Miss Kelton. Anna Klau der. W. K. Barr and Howard Kerr in a Kerr car. Swift tc Co's sales of fresh beef In Kl Paso for the week ending Saturday, June 21, averaged 10.40 cents per pound. " WESTERN UNION m IIr THEO. N. VAIL, Q? jn - . u.YjL rmoai "rl? 4rAyv n-LLcqctjf&, . 4i ZAAevn THE WESTERN UNION MANY EL PASOANS RUN OUT TO HUECO TANKS SUNDAY IN THEIR AUTOMOBILES SEVERAL parties made the trip to Hiieco Tanks Sunday and spent the , day there. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Ste vens, their four boys, Harry Hanlon and Geo. Snyder made the trip in the Stevens's Chalmers "." They lunched at the tanks and the boys had & good time swimming. Charlie Stevens says the roads were in fairly good condi tion after the rains. W. C. Shaw, who made the trip in his Ave passenger Overland, says that the road is bad where an attempt was made to repair it He had to go into lew speed for a stretch of two miles and one-half. In his car were Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ferlet W. C. Shaw. Jr., and Miss Louise FrankeL W. A. E. Woods, In his Overland roadster, had Mrs. H. Cifford and Miss Virginia Frankel as guests. Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Weisiger and Miss Alice Cochrane were in Dr. Cochrane Cadil lac "68," while Joe Worshara. Luekett Cochrane, Mrs. B. M. Worsham and Mrs. Dora McDaniels were in Joe Wor sham's Monon. A. H. Anderson "and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Schutz also made the trip to the tanks in a Ford. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Irvin and children and Miss Hallie Irvin motored to Las Cruces Sunday in Dr. Irvln's new Over land iir Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barada, Mr. and Mrs Jas. C White and others who had intended making a run to Cloud croft Sunday, were scared by reports that the road had been damaged by heavy rains. They will probably make the trip later in the season. The roads are in impassable condition for cars near Cloudcroft Col W. A. Fleming Jones, of Las Cruces. N. M.. motored down in his studebaker "35" from the Mestlla val ley town Sunday to attend the races. He was accompanied by Horace Sims. E. E. Neff and family ran down to Clint Texas, in their Reo 5th' Sunday. Nuraa Buchox spent Sunday trying out his new Cole "SO," a pretty gray machine which he has iust purchased. He did not get off the paved highways. Julius Krakauer and family ran down the valley beyond Clint Sunday. J. A. Happer and family spent Sun day down the county road in his Reo. Neighborly visits between Arizona and El Paso are now the proper mid summer pastime. To prove it, George Webster drove over Saturday in his Cole "30" accompanied by Mrs. Webster, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Kirby and Mrs. A. L Tenny. They left Clifton on Fri day morning at 5 oclock and jogged along over the Borderland route, arriv ing in El Paso Saturday morning with 14 hours running time and 234 miles distance behind them. They say they had no trouble except where the roads were soft from frequent rains near Deming. They will drive back home next week. Frank R. Tobin went to Las Cruces Sunday in his six passenger Hupmo bile and says he made 98.7 miles with 4 1-1 gallons of gasoline. Mr. Tobin took his family and drove to the Dona Ana county seat to spend the day. "For hirer automobiles are doing a brisk business in overland travel be tween Chihuahua and El Paso. The trip is being wade by way of the Gua dalupe and Villa Ahumada road with out difficulty by the professional driv ers. Three cars left the stand Monday morning to go to Chihuahua to bring Americans to El Paso. El Pasoans Away Miss Mattie Sandel has gone to Fort Worth and several other points in eastern Texas for an extended trip. She will be gone about three months. Mrs. Arthur Harris will leave soon for California to spend the summer. Miss Harriett Ellis is visiting at several points in eastern Texas, and will later go to Marfa, to be the guest of Miss Genevieve Bagel. Miss Isabel Sriringer aad Mis Cath erine Cox have gone to Loo Angeles and Bakersfleld. Calif., where they will remain for two months. Dean Miller has gone to York, T. where he will spend the year with his grandparents. . Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Short and son, Eddie Short expect to leave soon for California. Mrs. J. D. Hughes has left for Cali fornia to spend the summer. " Mm 8L I. Berg and two onUdren have left for California to spend the summer. Thomas G. McClellan has returned to his home in St Louis, after spending several days in this city with his family on Hutton street S Charles Kilburn, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kilburn. will leave next week for San Antonio, Texas, to take the exam inations for entrance to West Point having received an appointment from congressman W. R. Smith as alternate Four hundred rolls Peerless Guaran teed Roofing to close out at bargain prices. Lander Lasher Ce. Adver tisement AM PRESIDENT L w Te ccmoyie JVuob TKU Afajd vw-txv v 1 r vVwuo y TELEGRAPH COMPANY Conducted by MISS HALLIE IRVIN Telephones 3020 or 2i. day; aad 245. airht : SOCIAL CALENDAR. ". Tonight. Mrs. R. F. Campbell enter- tains with a dance. THesday. Meeting of the Fraternal v Brotherbxjod. Meeting of the Tuesday Auc- tion Bridge club. ! 4 4. Dances Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Dubinski, of Gold en Hill, entertained recently with a dance in honor of her niece. Miss Rosa Stolaroff, who has returned from the university at Austin. The delightful affair was given alsp in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hyman. The living room and dining room of Mrs. Dubin ski's home were decorated beautifully in palms, sweet peas, and carnations and the gallery of the house was dec orated with electric lights. The table in the dining room was laid with a cluny cloth, over pink; ferns decorated the table and punch was served here by Misses Ida Krupp and Mary Young berg. The colors, pink and white, were carried out in the decorations and refreshments of ice cream and cake served. A Mexican orchestra furnished the music and about IS couples enjoyed the evening. Mrs. Robert F. Campbell will enter tain this evening with a dance compli mentary to Miss Virginia Stewart and Mrs. Campbell's daughter, Mrs. Parry Wright who has been her guest for some time, but leaves soon to visit her sister, Mrs. Alfred Aloe, wife of Capt Aloe, quartermaster's department, U. a. a. The Saturday night dance at the Country dub was unusually well at tended. The weather was cool and ideal for dancing. Among those pres ent were: Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Stewart, Mr. and. Mrs. W. L. Tooley, Mr. and Waters Davis, Mr. and 'Mrs. Alfred F. Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stewart Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Race, Mr. and Mrs. T. Read Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Claiborne Adams, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lathorp, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Potter, Dr. and Mrs. Commons, of Mexico; MaJ. and Mrs. John Winn, Lieut and Mrs. J. K Brown; Meo lames Gertrude O. Led better. Parry Wright Arthur Harris, J. H. Russell: Misses Frances Gillespie. Olive Davis, Walker McClellan, Hilda Sauer. Lucile Daniels, Virginia Stewart Frances Mayfleld. Glen Adams, Eileen Walx, Marion Young, Hasel Davis, Anne Lee Gaines, Virginia Sample. Grace Wingo, Martha Thurmond, Henrietta Buckler, Beulah Brown. Sue Crombie; Messrs. W. H. Surges. H. A. Owsle- Britton and Ted Davis, Gist Russell Robert Holllday, Mason Pollard, W. F. Payne. Dr. John Sherwood. Dr. E. R. Carpen ter, J. W. Gillespie. Otis Coles Ralph Wingo, Hicks Tooley. O. Armstrong, Owen White, S. BealL Julius Krakauer. Jim Curtis. Tom Mayfleld, W. K. Ram sey. Tom Berrien, Dr. Kurt Saner, A. Beichel, Jervis Deane, Alan Rhodes. H. W. Browder. Mai R. E. L. Mlchie, Capt C. W. Fenton, Lleuts. N. G. Finch, B. Dixon. Church Affairs The Grandview Baptist Sunday school and the Junior B. Y. P. V. united in ob serving Children's day at the Grand view chapel Sunday at 2 p. m. An in teresting program had been prepared. Mrs. Dessie Cochrane, of San Antonio. Texas, is in the city visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Warnock, of 813 Magoffin avenue. The members of the Christian En deavor society of the First Christian church enjoyed a hay ride recently. Rev. and Mrs. Perry J. Rice were the chaperons. They rode down- the valley and enjoyed a lunch. Those present were: Misses Esther Rice. Ruth Broyles, Greta Palmer. Retta Pratz, Audra Mae Dale, Altha Fruit. Merle Dale, Lela Courson; Messrs Ar thur Schlimmer, L. J. Downey. Joe Vance. Milton Shedd, Archie 0Rear. Lydon Fruit Richard Meredith. Will Homan, N. G, Xing, Edwin Knlckmeyer, Edwin Rice. - 1 Cards Miss Gertrude Lelghton will enter tain on Thuradav afternoon. June 26. at cards In honor of her sister, Mary, wno has just returned from the uni versity at Austin. Texas. , . . The Tuesday Morning Auction Bridge club -will be entertained on Tuesday by Miss Milda Connolly at her home on Upson avenue. Saturday Mrs. Charles N. Barney entertained informally, but most de lightfully, with & luncheon-bridge party in honor of her guest Mrs. A. R. Fuller, of Las. Cruces. The table was beautifully decorated in sweet peas and the place cards were dainty water colors. A boquet of sweet peas was presented to each guest Three courses of refreshments were served, after which bridge was played. Those pres ent were:' Mesdames Fuller, John P. Wade. Parry Wright. Roocrt D. Read and Palmer Swift Oat Of Town Visitors Mrs. Sam Neustadt, of Albuquerque, N. M., is visiting her mother Mrs. Philip Holzman, of 1112 Brown street Jt -3E- -96-Jack Knight, of Marfa, Texas. Is visiting his mother and sister, Mra C F. Chalfont and Mrs. J. O. Frlllck. T. E. Cherry, of Longfellow, Texas, is visitlnar his brother. Harry Cherry. at 21S Portland street. Mr. Cherry is "-Jy?'". i5onra?to?f. SPST ' and this is his first visit to El Paso In 18 years. Mrs. G. O. Ellis will spend the sum mer with her daughter and soninlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Davis Mayfield, at their home, 2731 BouleTard. Mra Mayfiell also has her guest Miss Harriet Gar rett of Perry ville. Texas, who is en route to Chihuahua. Mex. El Pasoans Returning Miss Virginia Ryan has returned from Kansas City, Mo., where she at tended Loretto academy. Tom Berrien has returned from a visit in Deming. N. M.. with his sister, Mrs. Ralph Loorois. Joe Page has returned from Los Angeles, Calif., where he has visited his mother and sisters. Women's Organixations I In the report of the woman's auxil iary of the Order of Railway Conduc tors meeting Tnursday, the name of Mrs. F L. Vernon was omitted from the list She -was among those assisting in the social. Dinners and Luncheons j Ralph Davis entertained on Sunday evening with a delightful dinner at the Hotel Paso del Norte in honor of Miss Virginia Ryan, who has just recently nd from nrhooL The table was attractively decorated In cut flowers, ' and a owner 01 se -jr ? Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Esslinger. Misses Vera Ballard, Stella Lattner. Virginia Ryan; Messrs. H. E. Pape Harry Henderson, Ralph Davis. Lieut J. F. Colby entertained with a delightful dinner of 15 covers on Saturday night at the Country club. Mr. and Mrs. A- I L"r -tained on Saturday night at the Valley inn at dinner. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Feldman. Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. George A- Laird and Mrs. K. I Sha- mom- . Larkln Smith. Phillip Griffin, of Evanston. 111-. L. C. Ross, of St Louis, and Harry A. Owsley, of St. Louis, took luncheon at the Valley Inn on Saturday. Enjoying luncheon on Sunday at the Valley inn were J. E. Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. E- W. Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Thurston. A party who took luncheon at the Valley Inn on Sunday comprised Sdwln O'Brien. Mrs. F. H. Crane and Mrs. D. A. O'Brien. . Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sbenpod en tertained Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles aad Otis coles at dinner at the Valley ina on Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. James C White enter tained Mrs. J. H. White aad Mrs. J. L MoCullough at dinner on Sunday at the Valley inn. - A party who took dinner at the Valley inn on Sunday were H. M. Hatcher, J. B. Rutherford and Misses Burk aad Isham. Saturday night at the Country club, Mr. aad Mrs. Alfred F. Kerr enter tained with a delightful dinner party in honor of Miss Frances Gillespie, sister of Mrs. Kerr. The table was lovely in qink. In the center stood a large vase of pink sweet peas and pink candles, and with shades to match, made a very pretty setting. Crombie, Frances Gillespie. Mrs. Kerr: at each young woman's place. Five courses were served. Those present were: Misses Henrittta Buckler. Anna Lee Gaines. Olive Davis, Sue Crombei, Frances Gillespie, Mrs. Kerr; Messrs. Alan Grambllng, Dr. Kurt Sauer. A. L. Beichel. Dr. E. R. Carpen ter, J. W. Gillespie. A. F. Kerr. Weddings James Henry Stretton, formerly of Melbourne, Australia, and Miss Ruth B. McMullen, of Los Angeles, Calif., for merly of Oil City. Pa., were married on June 18 at St Clement's Episcopal church by Rev. Henry Easter. Mr. and Mra Stretton will make their home in El Paso, as Mr. Stretton is chief engi neer of the W. H. Constable Cold Storage plant here, having resigned as engineer of the Baltimore hotel, of Los Angeles, about three months ago t take the position in this city. -9f -3c Saturday at 11 oclock a pretty home wedding was solemnised at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mra Fred Conner, 1911 Boulevard. Miss Leona Conner became the bride of Robert T. Lee. Rev. W. F. Hatcher, nnntnr of the Baotist church in Juarez. Mex . performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Shirley Eaton -as maid of honor and the groom's best man was the bride's brother. Harry Conner. The house was decorated beautifully throughout In the music-room and dining-room were cut flowers in pro fusion: roses, sweet peas and ferns be ing used. Miss Esther Figuiera pre sided at the piano and played Men delssohn's wedding march, tbe bride entering on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. The bride wore a handsome gown of satin in pearl shade. It was prettily trimmed In lace, which was draped to the bottom of the skirt. She wore roses in her hair. The maid of honor wore a white mescaline gown trimmed in lace. After the ceremony an informal re ception was held and refreshments In three courses were served. In cutting the bride's cake, the ring was cut by Miss Shirley Eaton and the bride's mother cut the wishbone. Many beau tiful gifts were received. The hapry couple left for Cloudcroft -where they will spend their honeymoon. 1 j--- -r gr .in T ill z. , ana. upun returning win m i uume iu their new bungalow in uovernment Hilt recently purchased by the groom. Lodges and Clubs. The LA to the O. R. C. entertained its president Mra W. W. Whitehead, at the K. of P. hall recently. She had just returned from Detroit having gone there as the lodge delegate A salad course was served. Mrs. White head was presented a handsome casser ole, y the L. A. The presentation speech was made by Mrs. Frank Bow man. The guests were: Mesdames Flora Graves, C. L. Shea, T. Bowman, C L. Stevens, S. Vance. Ball. J. H. Tur ner, J. J . Morrisy. Deming; W. W. Nichlos, O'Brien Ray, Murrery, R. Brand. Stafford. K. J. St urges, G. Bu chanan, J. Gentry. Misses Charles Car ter. May 0'Brien.2Margaret O'Brien. May Belle Sturges. Glen Deere. Lawrence J Shea, Walter Vance. C. L. Stevens, J. H. .turner, k. s. p. Deere. BUYS 30 CARS OF CARLSBAD PEACHES New York Man Make Big Purchase ef New Mexico Fruit for Fancy Market Trade. Carlsbad. N. M.. June 23. The Carls bad peach has come into its own. Thirty cars have been contracted for by a New York fruiterer. Paul Man iscalcQ. who intends to top tbe market with the products of the Carlsbad or chards. Two years ago the first cars of peaches from the MeLenathen and Tracy orchard were sent east prices ranging for the cars from $1200 to Siseo. So a-reat a sensation MA th peaches create among the commission men down on Washington street, that a day after the arrival of the Elbertas, they could be bought for as much as five cents each in the choice fancy gro cery stores of New York. Maniscalco was the first bidder for the peaches. The New York commission man is represented by his buyer, I. S. Morando. who has been in Carlsbad for the past week, inspecting the crop. The first peaches wll be shipped about the 25th of this month, perhaps not until the 1st of July, depending partly on weath er conditions, and from then on until October 15. Morando will take every thing that can be handled in car load lots. Local shipments will be handled only when it is not possible to fill a car. There are over 60 acres of trees In full bearing, the principal varieties be ing the Carmen, the Superb, the Mamie Ross and the Elbertas. the crowned kings of the orchard. Shipments from the John Lewis orchard, which Is not of as great extent as the big orchard, will also be included in the cars. Mo rando promises that the peaches will be extensively advertised in the eastern trade papers "and in the commission markets. He has lined up his com patriots, who have come to almost con trol the fancy fruit trade in New York, and he says the Carlsbad fruit will go with a rush, once it strikes the New York market HE RHOM FOB GIRLS DEDICATED Y. W. C. A. Home at Ctoud- croft Is Opened Many Week-end Visitors. Cloudcroft, N. M June 23. With appropriate services the Y. W. C A. vacation cottage was opened and dedi cated Sunday afternoon. The service began with the hymn, "Holy. Holy. Holy," followed by sentences of thanksgiving read in unison. Mrs. H. B. Durkee read the scripture selec tion. Rev. C L. Overstreet of the First Presbyterin church, made the dedicatory address. 'commenting on the purpose of the cottage A. Moldan sang a solo. Miss Florence Hanson, tbe secretary of the Y. W. C, A., pre sided over the exercises and expressed the association's appreciation of the E. P. S. W. railroad, by whom the lots for the cottage were donated; of Mr. and Mra H. B. Stevens, who per sonally looked after the buildmg of the cottage; to Trost & Trost, who contributed the plans for the cottage, and to all of the people who have as sisted by funds and supplies. The ex ercises closed with the singing of "America" in unison. Miss Florence Hanson, Miss Delia Kiefer, Miss Maud Kiefer. Miss Amy Baker. Miss A. Berry and Mrs. H. B. Durkee came from El Paso for the opening of the cottage. Miss Hanson and Mrs. Durkee returned Monday. Mrs. H. T. Bowie will be in charge of the cottage for the coming week. Cloudcroft is now in the best condi tion in the history of the resort and the community system of government has proved to be a great success, as shown by the annual report of the of ficers of the Cloudcroft directory, which has recently been issued for the Information of the property owners in the mountain resort Annual Directory Report. This annual report shows that im provements have been made in the streets, sewers and walks of tbe moun tain resort During the year there have been E3T0 feet of graveled streets and 5950 feet of sidewalks put down. A warden has been employed for the year and the good results are shown by the fact that not a single cottage or any other property has been molested since his employment The pavilion has been improved by the directory in order to bring back tbe old community spirit of Cloudcroft The interior has been newly decorated, rugs placed on the floors, new windows added and the pa vilion made a central meeting and rec reation place for the entire reserva tion. Bi-weekly dances are held there, at which any who live in the reserva tion may attend. Practically all dwell ings are connected with the new sewer system and an efficient scavenger ser vice has been established this year, im proving the sanitary conditions until they are now almost perfect The streets will be lighted this year all night and the-directory will care for the cost of this all night service This has necessitated the employment of an all night man at the power plant The annual meeting for the election of five directors will be held on July 14th and proxies have been asked for from all who are unable to attend In person. The report of the directory is signed by U. S. Stewart as president and H. B. Stevens, secretary. Sunday's Excursion. Sunday's train brought a large num ber of excursionists to enjoy the cool neaa of the mountain air. Some of the Sunday guests at the Lodge were Maj. Manus McClosky and Capt C N. Jones, of the Third Field artillery, at Fort Bliss: A. B. Christian and Miss j-ora weoo. or High Rolls; Mr. and Mrs. J. L Fite. El Paso: R. R. Bondu rant and E. R. Bondurant of San An tonio; Mrs. O. M. McBrlde. El Paso; V. R. Hood. San Antonio: A. L. Keevil. H. O. Kane, Miss Mabelle Bowden and M. B. Ledford. of El Paso. Saturday Da see. The weekly dance Saturday night at the Lodge was well attended by El Paso people. As the number of chil dren and young people among the cot tage residents Is now quite large, the Lodge management is planning for aome separate dances just for the younger, set. so that the floor will not be overcrowded for the Saturday night dances. Picnic at Beer Head. Saturday morning a bunch of cot tagers walked out to Deer Head and had a delightful picnic. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Slater. R, F. Burges, Mr. and Mrs. L T. Dewey. Mrj. Alice Morris. Misses Jane Burges. Helen Stewart Helen Murdoch, Fran ces Earl, Catherine Foster Lina Par ker, Bernlce Brick, Ethel Crawford. Lorrine Meyer. Ruth Dewey. Mary Dewey, Ruth Moore Mooris. Elizabeth atoms. Birdie Krupp and W. M. Pcti colas. Lloyd Peticolas. Hubert Sharpe, Charles Overstreet Francis Broaddus. Morgan Broaddus. Bruce Bevan. James Wafer. David Morris, Fred Humphreys, Paul Humphreys, Maurine Breck, and Oeorge Biefer and Buster Biggs, of the Y. M. C. A. camp at Mountain Park. Ul for the Dance. H. H. Hall. Frank Cannon. Milton Shedd. Robert Craig. F. W. Roberts E. H. Dengen. D. Helnies and B. B. McGinsey, of El Paso, were weea enders at the Lodge, who came up to attend the Saturday night dance. John W. Moss, of El Paso, and F. E. Moss, of Lakeland. Florida, spent the week-end at the Lodge. Harry Walz came up Saturday and stayed until Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Crawford and daughter spent Saturday and Sunday at the Lodge from El Paso. Week-Kad VMIter. Miss Meta Ormsbee and Miss Nellie Gilliard spent the week-end with Miss Ellinor Porcher, at Tip Top cottage, coming up Saturday and returning Monday. Mrs. Harry Pateman has returned to Paso, after a short visit with Miss Ellinor Porcher. B. R. Klein, of El Paso, spent the week-end with Donald Davis. Mr. Davis returned to El Paso Monday, after spendnlg two weeks in Cloud croft Miss Emma Hoffman. Miss Leonie Schlemmer, Miss Frieda Schlemmer j jna miss Anna iveune spent we week end vlsitinr Mrs. F. C. Emery. Miss Margaret King was the week -end guest of Miss Ruth Augur, who is with Mrs. J. D. Love in "Woodrow" for the summer. Dr. J. D. Love also spent the week-end with Mra Love and his family. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Martin and Mr. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Martin, of San Antonio, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Lodge Trip te Reservation. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wright Mrs. L. A. Wright and J. J. Murphy spent the week-end with their relatives who are spending the summer in the Ford cprtage. Sunday tbe party, composed of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Dow, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wright Mr. and Mra L, A Wright Misses Gladys and Ruth Wright and J. J. Murphy drove out to the Mas cerlo Indian reservation, where they had dinner Miss Ella Peak and Miss Grace Peak were the week-end guests of Mrs. W. H. Anderson. Miss Nell Hannlman. an El Paso girl who has been attending the Texas state university at Austin, spent the week-end with Miss Stella Brick. Miss Hannlman is on her way to San Diego, where her family baa recently moved, moved. Stanley Bevan spent the week-end with his fqmilv in Ector cottajre Judge W M. Peticolas was up Sundaj f Stationery An Index to Character li NJjjg And Taste &(. English Pound Is of excellent quality, yet is economical, for you can always gel more paper or more envelopes to match what you have "lefi ooer" ' We belieoe that it is flte finest quality on the market and it seUs at Twenty fioe cents a pound. Try it. El Paso Book Co. 204 MM Street RUBBER) Ladies' 25cl ehtemwse shoe HEELS Men's 35c;1" EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS High standards, thorough scholarship, particular attention to health and physical development of its pnpQa. MISS SLATER AXD MISS TA?EL, PRINCIPALS. to visit his family, who have a cottage here. Mr. and Mrs. It B. Graves are at the Lodge for a week's stay. C. L. North, of El Paso, spent the week-end wtih Mrs. North at Coving ton cottage. Miss Louise Beemis, of Alamogordo, N. M., is the guest of Mrs. Howard Beecham. Mrs. J. R. Gilbert of Alamogordo, is visiting Mrs. F. Murphy. A. L. Hawley spent the week-end with his family at Sand-view cottage Bridl Ceaple at Ledge. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee, who were married in El Paso are spending their honeymoon at the Lodge Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Wade and chil dren, who have been spending a few days at Cloudcroft, returned to El Paso Monday. Mrs. Jay Dean Joined her husband for the week-end and both returned to El Paso Monday. Mrs. Thomas O'Reilly, of Alamo gordo. visited her brother, Jim A. Alexander, and Mrs. M. E. Davis, for the week-end. Bridge Wahed Out. Heavy rains - on the mountainside, rushing down into the big arroyo run ning on the east side of the Cloudcroft railroad at Pintado, about half way up to Cloudcroft from Alamogordo, washed out the wagon bridge and thus stops traffic over the road. Frank Coles and C. H. Leavell were week end visitors to the Croft Mr. and Mra Eugene O. Hughson. of East Rio Grande street came up to ilrudcroft to spend Sunday. Miss Ora Slater was a week end visitor with tbe family of her brother, H. D. Slater. MISSING CUTTER MAN FOUND IN KANSAS TOWN Cutter. N. M-, June 3. Telegrams re ceived here from Eudora, Kansas, state that John Griner, who disappeared from San Andras mountains June 1. is there. The searching parties whe have been looking for his body are returning. No explanation is given for his actions. He took none of his be longings, his trunks, clothing and all personal property are at his ranch. There have been over 60 men searching for him. Mrs. John Warren, who was bitten by a dog through the hand, has been suffering a good deal from the effects. It is feared the dog had the rabbles. The po8toffice has been moved from the Ritch building to the Baldwin block. Beautify the Complexion MTBK DATS Nadinola CREAM ThtUataasltdReautiBw WSCO AND KMDOftSKD BY THOUSANDS Guaranteed to remove tan, freckles, pimples, liver spots, etc. Extreir.o cases about twenty day:. Kids pores and tissues of impuritrr Leaves the skin clear, soft, heahhy. Two sizes, 50c and $L0O. Bjr toiie counters or maQ. NATIONAL TOtLST COHMJfY. iter. A Ckanliness Is First In choosing a milkman, first be sure that he handles CLEAN MILK The cleaner the milk the more sani tary it is. This is horse sense. We cannot bring all the dairies to you. but you can inspect them for your selves and judge. This is your duty to your family. We would be very glad to have you visit our dairy. Everything open for inspection at all tlmea Bring the children. It will be an educa tion for them also. 1 Paso Dairy Co. Lawn Paper i "Across from me Omiorf' LAtf GTRY YOTJTH.IS Df JTJRED IK DIVING Strikes Rock 1st Feeea River and Cut Vg&y Cank hi His Heaa; Maj Re- ve Langtry Saaortatton. Langtry. Texas, June 23. Cross Dodd. oldest son of W. H. Dodd, of this place. was painfully, but not seriously in jured while with a camping partv on the Pecos. Young Dodd dived into the river and struck his head against t rock, cutting a bad gash, V-shapeo. in his scalp, the entire top of his skull being laid bare. He did not lose con sciousness and swam out unaided. H was given first aid treatment by Mrs Moon, and brought to town, later tx ing taken to Del Rio for medical atten tion. It was necessary to take several stitches in the wound. The wound is healing nicely and danger is practi cally passed. If the customs redistricting rule goes into effect July 1, as now aeems cer tain, it will see this place abandoned as a sub-port of entry in the Silun.i district headquarters of which is in Eagle Pass. This place has been a' sub-port in charge of a deputy col lector for a number of years. The present incumbent W. H. Saunders. has been In charge since 1904. It is not thought likely that mounted in spectors will be moved from here, for though there is little or no smuggling at present the removal of an inspect ors would, it is believed, see the in auguration of wholesale smuggling-. The place really needs an additional inspector badly. WE PERFECT Upshapely Noses, Outstanding Ears, Drooping Eyelids, Hollow Cheeks, Baggy Skin. WE REMOVE ?imples and Blackheads. Wrinkles and Scars. Smallpox Fittings. Warts, and Moles, Freckles. Su perfluous Hair, Birth Marks. WE CORRECT Frowns and Furrows, Enlarged Pores. Double Chin. Sallow Skin. Red Nose. MRS. BENSON Herald Building PRINGLE & CRAWFORD General Contractors and Builders Shop SIS San Antoala St. Phone 4.M. Crawford, Phone MIX Friagle, Phone 19.1s. Work up and down the valley at Kl Paso competition. Satisfaction guaran teed. Loans arranged for. STUDY SYLLABIC SHORTHAND. In six or eight weeks you will be reid for a good position. Easy to learn Best Takes four times lonsier to Uarn other systems. Our graduates now holding best paying positions in Kl Paso. Investigate Make us prove it. Summer Rates, day and msrht school ; Fans to keep you cool this summer Pam I Ttty Baalaraa College, Morehouse B1K uregon & Texas Sts. Phone obO. INTERNATIONAL Gives your Boy a start. Phone 1 147. J. P. MoIEo. Fm.