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Cool Ehoh i M gn row ith We Guarantee the Quality of Our Goods 19 lbs. Granulated Sugar . . .! $1.00 3 -2 lbs. Fancy Head Rice 25c 4 lbs- Fancy Jap Rice 25c 3 1 -2 lbs- Navy Beans ...... 25c 4 lbs- Pink Beans . 25c 3 tall cans Evaporated Milk '...... .25c 10 lbs. Fancy California Potatoes 25c 9 lbs. Fancy California Onions : " 25c Country Club Coffee, notie better, perjb 35c Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per lb 35c Diamond M. Flour (We guarantee it to. bake good bread) 24 lb. sack .... .75c 48 lb. sack $1 .50 Lion Clraeery Company Phones '2405, 2424. . 1 09-1 1 S. Stanton St. About El Pasoans J. F. Capling-er, of the police foco, is on tbe sick list. A - ' , Stephen Lattner is recovering fpatn an attack of typhoid fever. He -has ii.cn ill for about three weeks. For Sallow, Blotchy, Rough or Greasy Sfyins (From Woman's Tribune)" Some skins require constant groom ing to keep them from becoming oily, muddy, blotchy or rough, or if such con dition has developed, to overcome it. In such chronic cases it is particularly ln Vdvisahle to keep piling on cosmetics which clop the pores, collect dust and dirt, making the complexion wors than ever. It's a lot more -sensible to use ordinary mercolized wax, which liter ally absorbs a bad complexion. Apply the wax, like cold cream, before retir ing: next morning, in washing it off. ou'll wash away fine, flour-like .par ades of the unsightly cuticle. Repeat for a week or more and you'll have an entirely new skin soft, satiny, spot less and beautiful as a child's. One ounce of mercolized wax, procurable at any druggist's, is all you'll need. If the skin be wrinkled or flabby, here's the best possible remedy: Mix 1-2 pint witch hazel andl ounce pow dered saxolite and use as a face bath. It works like a miracle, yet is entirely harmless. Advertisement ft You Are iak If you are not feeding your chickens PERFECTION" HEN FOOD! A Trial Order Will Convince You Retail Store, 105 N. Stanton W.D.Wise&Go. in HIGH GRADE SEED, GRAIN EL PASO SCHdOL FOR GIRLS The best boarding and day school for girls in the sout west. Miss Slater and Miss Tafel, Principals. Address Mrs. Frances S. Weil, Business Director. 1111 Terrace Street, Sunset Heights, El Paso. , wiiiiiiii jf JOTMadebythsTR wM J? tgsi wr r,ti&&0 "yvtaa cis 8 Yoa don't save money when you buy cheap or big-can baking poisder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet. M It's more economical more wholesome gives best results. Calumet is far superior to sour milk and soda. .Others Dinners and Luncheons Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Williams,- of North Florence street, entertained recently with an Informal dinner party in honor of Miss Grace Oxley, of Longview, Tex, who is the guest of her mother, Mrs. C. J. Oxley. Mr. and Mrs. B. C Anthony and Mrs. C J. Oxley will entertain tonlght-with an informal dinner in honor of their sister and daughter. Miss Grace Oxley, at their home. 2859 Hast Rio Grande street. Their guests will he Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stelson, Mrs. "Walter Wagner and Miss Mary Wagner. r Out Of Town Visitors Miss Carrie Virginia Anderson, of Albia. Iowa, is in the city visiting her sister. Mrs. V. I Bean and niece. Miss Virginia Bean, at their home in Gol den HilL Miss Anderson will remain in El Paso for a week or ten days and will then go on to Los .Angeles, Calif, where she will spend the winter. T. H. Scholey, of Prescott, Ariz., is a guest at -the Country club. Miss Grace Oxley of Longvlew, Texas is the guest of her mother Mrs. C J. Oxley, and sisterJMrs. B. C. Anthony for. a few days. Miss Oxley is a native LI Pasoan and Is the daugnter of the late Dr. C. J. Oxley once pastor of the Trinity church of this city. Sunday night Miss Oxley will sing at Trinity church. ' " ins a msiam ' Office and Warehouse, Cor. 2nd and Chih. AND POULTRY SUPPLIES. Mammy now uses Calnmet Baking; Powder instead of sour milk and soda, or the cneap and big-can kind, because it is more convenient , because she knows from experience that the baking" will be lighter, daintier and more uniformly raised that it will keep fresh longer. Calumet is certain of good results it is purer and more wholesome than the cheap big-can kind, and more economical in the end. Give Calumet one trial If it -fails to return it and get your money bach srrt thShrst. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pore Food Exposition, Chlcaco, HL Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912 The freshmen class of the El Faso high school held Its second meeting Wednesday under Miss Goldstein's su pervision. It was a business meeting and committees were appointed as fol lows: For colors. Gladys Lundy, Blanche Koo and Jlmmie StoVvroff; for motto- Mott Rawlins, Winifred Jack man and Harold DePew; for constitu tion and bylaws, Robert Bryant, chair man; Winifred Jackman and Mabel Polvide. It was decidedthat one meet ing would be held a month, hereafter. After the elections were announced, the different officers made speeches f acceptance. The Sam Houston Debating society will hold a meeting Friday at the schoolbuilding at 8 p. m. Walter Pons ford. the president, will Dreside over the meeting. Rupert Gillett is back at school and been elected chairmap. The program for the evening will In clude a speech by Harry Welsch, dec lamation by Eugene Thurston and a debate. The debate will be between Fred Hunter and Leighton. for the af firmative, and M. Blumenthal and Se attle will take the negative. Each speaker will be allowed a 10 minute argument. The debate will be, "Re solved, that the United States should enter into immediate treaties with all of the Central American countries for the purpose of peaceably preventing all troubles." Lodges and Clubs The "Ladies of the Macabees" held a social meeting in the Knights of Pythias hall on Wednesday afternoon. High five was the game played. The first nrize was won bv Mrs. Frank Scotten and was a Japanese hanging basket. The second prize, which was j also a Japanese hanging basket but smaller than the first prize, was" won J by Mrs. C. A. Stewart. Ice cream and , cake were served after the games, i Those present were: Mesdames G. W. j O'Rear. Etta Reed. M. Broyles. Frank ! Scottcn, Lulu Mattice, c. a. siewan. Llllie Horford. Elda Shaw. N. B. LaRock, J. Anserstein, Hicks, E. Van Natton. D. Butofsky. Julia Sharpe, Tom White. M. Wlmber, Jessie Ham mer, Myrtle Britton, R. M.' Ashley. Cards The "Brldse-it" club will meet on Friday night at the home of Miss Con stance Pateman, 600 Montana street. Miss Harriet Br3-an wil be the hostess. - . The Wednesday bridge whist club met on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. D. Hughes. This was the first meeting of the fall. Mrs. C- E. KaHy won the prize. After the gamo re freshments were served. On account of illness Mrs. Clyde Holmes postponed the auction bridge party she was to have given on Wed nesday October 1 until, Friday Octo ber 3. .a ckin or beauty la joy roBEVSH Dr. T. FELIX GQURAUD'S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER 5?T""f Il?J) .' i.?fso'n " ia9amnacil2.uiB61Mfl, and eTerr blemieh on beany. aa& defies de tection. It iu Hood tbe test of 6 years, uil is bo harmless wet&it it to do sare it Is pro perlrm&de. .Accept no connterfeit of similar name. Dr. L A. Sure said to a ladr of the hanttoa (a patient): Ms you ladles will n:a them, I recommend uonrsuai Cream M Use least hannfnl of all tbe akin preparations.'' At Drsteists and Department stores felT.BcpHns & Son. Proo. 37 Grtal Joats SLR.T.S. give you absolute satisfaction 1 1 IH 3.L W CV Ifyoii dont get Calumet you don't MISS HALUE IRYIN Telephones 3020 or 2010, day; and 115. night. & SOCIAL CALENDAR. & Friday. & O Meetings of the two Friday 3 Bridge culbs. -O- j Meeting of the "Bridge-It1 club. & Meeting of the W. C. T. U. at -O the Y. W. C A. rooms. O O Women's Organizations- The first fall meeting of the daugh ters of the American Revolution will be held on Monday evening at the Elks' home, at 3 oclock. All of the meetings of the D. A. R. will be held at the Elks' club this year. Plans for the conven tion, which will be held in this city, will be discussed. The W. C. T. IT. will meet on Friday at 3 o'clock at the Y. W. C A. rooms over Calisher's. This will be the first meeting since the election of officers. Miss Hattie Mae Lorctz entertained the members of the Beta Beta club on Wednesday afternoon. Beside the mem bers present were: Mesdames T. J. Stafford, and Miss Gertrude Leighton. In place of the sewing, which is usual ly the pastime of the club, bridge was played. Mrs. Harry Vaughan VJH en tertain the" club at its next meeting j on Wednesday afternoon October fl. El Pasoans Away Miss Flo Gqff has left for a trip to Waco, Tex., where she will visit rela- uvea. X Thomas Drew has gone to Chicago. . Mrs. A. A. Vandermers left Wednes day night over the E. P. & S. W., for Chicago. Sr & 3f Miss Bennie Simpklns And Mi.ss Stella Simpkins have gona to Light, Arizona, where they will spend a month at their home ranch. Miss Becky Merkin will go to Albu querque. X.AM., Saturday to v'sit Miss Gladys Mandell. Eugene Fox, passenger agent for the E. P. & S. W., has gone to Tucson, Ariz., on a short business trip. , VL. V. Carroll has gone to Clinton. North Carolina to visit relatives, and friends. He will be away about three weeks. Church Affairs There will be a meeting-of the teach ers and officers 6T the First Baptist Sunday school on Friday evening with r. "ir 1? Tir n. 1-1-1 "E.,.l 1lr Grande street Final arrangements for Sunday October 5 will be made at this time. I l The teachers of the First Presby- terian Sunday school met on Wednes- j4, .vanlnc nravtnnc trt tha Tmvei meotintr nn made nlans for the oromo- :. j k- .oi.i i ,, cmott tion day to be held In the Sunday school on Sunday, October 5. Flirting k Dangerous Only In America Do Respectable "Women Flirt For the Pleas ure of Attracting Xoticc. OSlIa Wheeler Wilcox HERE was a handsome Spaniard I passing along a Xew York street; -"- and he glanced, no doubt, ad miringly, at a beautiful woman, sitting In her carriage before a shop entrance. The woman met his glance with a half smile. The jnan opened the car riage door and took a seat beside the woman. She screamed and" o'rdered him out. "But "you smiled at me," the man said. "When a woman smiles at me, I think she likes roe to sit besjjde her." "You fool, I was only flirting," the woman retorted. "I a maSpanlard, and we do not un derstand the word flirting," the man ,-or.liMl. "And I am no fooL The wom- ' an who flirts with a strange man is the fool." The man was quite right. Found Only In America. Only in America is that type of worn--an found the "woman who claims to be respectable, and who in reality Is .not vicious; yet who, by her conduct in 'public places, and toward strangers, compels an observer to question her morality and' respectability. There are women who do not seem to know the fine distinction between a man's admiration and his curiosity to test her good sense. Such women not only encourage the attentions of stran gers, but frequently boast of these at tentions as a proof of their own pow ersNto attract admiration. "VVhnt Men Will Do and Xot Do. " Xo man will presume to address a woman who Is traveling alone if she does not return his glances. There are many men of a cheap type who make advances to women In puolin places without any cause. But If tho advance is ignored or resented it is not repeated. Let nQ woman Imagine she Is pos sessed of peculiar or unusual attractions because she has these experiences. And let her rest assured, if she re sponds in any way to the advances of strangers or men to whom she has not been properly presented that she will be regarded lightly by these men, and her name will be used by them in ways which would bring the blush to her cheek could she listen. Rule Does Xot Work Both Ways. Fathers, brothers, husbands, are "al ways indignant when women of their own are subjected to such attentions from strangers, even when thev ara subjecting other women to such atten tions. It is a curious fact that most men have higher ideals for their daughters, sisters Tand wives than most women have for themselves. This is because women so frequently allow their vani ty and self-conceit to blind their judg ment. Over in foreign lands (in all foreign lands) a woman who permits any man to show her the least attention in a public place (any strangerl at onco brands herself as a woman of light character. And that Is what she is, here or any where In reality; even though she may be guilty of no immoral thought or act; yet sne is so aevoia or the finer in stincts and attributes which make up j worthv womanhood that she is liqht- wriTht in rlia'nrtor Copifibht, 1913, by Star Company. I ,, n,ll...MIIIMiMI 2f Weddings The wedding of Dr. John Wilson Tappan and Miss Marion Frances Weil was solemnized on Wednesday after noon at 5 o'clock at the home of the bride's-'mother. Mm. Frances S. Weil, at 1546 Upson avenue. Rev. Charles L. Overstreet, pastor of the First Pres byterian church officiated and the ring ceremony was used. The house was attractively decorated in bride's .roses and ferns. The bride wore a beautiful gown of while crepe de chine, trimmed in old laco. which has been In the family for many years. She was given in mar riage by her mother and only members of the families were present with the exception of Miss Elsie Kohlbexg and Dr. Henri LeTord. illss Well is a popular young woman having been librarian at the public library and Dr. Tappan is in the United States public health service. Dr. and Mrs. Tappan will be at home In their own home, 1521 Mundy avenue. . i El Pasoans Returning J Miss Edna Goff has returned from atwo months' trip at different points 'in Missouri. Miss Dardle Parsons, who ha3 been visiting in Stockton, Cal., is expected home next week. D. L. Ray, district freight agent of the T. & P. railway, has returned from Paris. Texas, where he spent a week. Mrs. W. SL TUton has returned frpm ' Cloudcroft. whare she, "spent the sum mer and is at the homeNof hsr daughter, I Mrs. Kenneth Oliver; I ' j F. X. Farmer and bride, have re turned from New York and are making their home at 1167 - North Stanton street. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Bernard re turned on Wednesday from a visit of several weeks in the east. 55- -5- -5S-W. H. Loretz returned today from a business trip to Kansas City, Mo. Reserve Lyceum Aickets at El Paso Bookstore. Saturday. 9 a. m. Adver tisement. Little Bobbie and His Pa Life In't So Terrible, Thinks Even If the Italn Does Pre vent a Picnic. Pa. -By AViiIIaa, F. Klrk" P A & 3fa was going to a picnic yes- teraay, Dut It was raining wen we got up it rained all day. so we stayed in the hotel. It rained awful hard. The windows was running with water thare was littel rivers out on the village street that goes past the littel place ware we are stopping. Xevver mind, deer wife & child, sed Pa to us, thare is sure to be a rift in the clouds beefoar long, & eeven if it shud rain all day the grass will h all ! the greener in the sunshine tnmnrrnn: It is all rite for you to talk that -way, sed Ma, beekaus you can put on yure rain coat & go out around the village with yure friends. Wen a bunch of you men git inxa tavern sumware. Ha sed, you can preetend that the sun is shining & after awhile you will reely think that it is a nice day. But 'Bob bie & I had our harts set on this picnic today, & it win be hard for us to feel cheerful. Then jest wen Ma & me was feeling the bluest Missus Black caim in. She is a lady .that is stopping at the hotel. She is a widow & Pa sed he guessed her husband was glad he had went to a other planet to live. She is the sad dest woman I ewer saw. She is all the time ailing. How do you feel this morning. Missus Black, sed Ma. Misetabul, thank you, sed Missus oiacK. m. am ailing. This gray sky is the way the wurld ought to look all the time, beeaus it is a gray wurld anyway. All is sadness. For me thare is nothing plesant, sed Ma's friend. Thare can be nothing plesant wen everything is ded wrong. Every time I see the ded leevea falling I think of them falling on neglected graves, doan't you? she asked Pa. I have never gave it much thdught, sed Pa, but I always think it doesnt matter so much about a grave, I always think that the grave newer held the wunderful thing we call the mind. Wen we die thatsoes away & keeps on liv ing. Maybe it goes to a other wurld & finds a new body to live in. That rs what I like to think. sl "Pii. I doant beleeve it. sed Missus Black, I think we die & go & that is the end of all, & that we are born to suffer, suffer, suffer from birth. 'My tooth is akeing now, she sed, & wen that stops iwiuw wm nave tne quinsy aggenn. sed Pa. but I for one think this life Sum life is moar awful than others, sed Pa, but I for ons thing this life isent so terribul. I always think, wen self & my famlbly. & think of all the wunderful joys I have had .in the days that are gone. I think how lucky I have been. Wen I see a poor old tramp on a bench in the park. I look at my self & myb famibly. & think of all the good things that the wurld has given me. Peepul are too apt to fegit all the sugar of thare lives. Pa sed, & maik faces.wen the vinegar is set bee foar them. J guess I will be s;oing, sed Missus Black. I see you peepul do not under stand what, a dredful thing life is. After she was gone Ma & me beegan to feel glad, like Pa. It eradicates dandruff. Prevents fallini! hair. Restores nanral col 3 or to grey or faded hair not a " dye. Money back if notsahified. 50c and SI at tL-unuU. Saaptebottle il on rccctp: of 10c .nd dealer's name. 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Our grad uates holding best positions in El Paso. Bookkeeping. Day & Night School. PASS CITY nUSIXESS COLLEGE, Morehouse Block. Oregon & Texas. CPhone 5607. "Hunf sCure"is guaf anteed, to stop and permanently cure that terrible itching. It is compounded for that purpose and your money will be promptly refunded WITHOUT QUESTION if Hunt's Cure fails to cure Itch." Eczema. Tetter. Rinp- A7- .,T smIia CUn I Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail direct if he hasn't it. Manufactured only by A. B RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Tens, Advice To the Lovelorn By Beatrice FalrfnT. , FOLLOW TOUR BENT. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am a young business "woman of 25, and intend to set married in the very near future to a man one year my senior. I have up to tftis time helped support our large family and now have my parents settled comfortably. As I earn a very good salary, I desire to work for a few years after my mar riage to help my husband pay on a home of our own. My fiance objected strongly to this at first, but I being determined, he finally consented If I would secure a position in the same office as himself, he havfng a respon sible position with the firm. "We in tend to go housekeeping and. employ a servant to take care of the house. My husband could support roe, but I love the business world, having been used to it, and would much rather work than keep house. We both love chil dren, and I wish to ask if you think this fact would make me discontented with work after I was married. Anxious. Continue in your business life if you are happiest In that, trusting to. tha future and your mutual love to make you more contented with remaining at home. That it will come to that I have no doubt. Love, husband and ba bies always bring this happy result in due time. ACT INDIFFEKEXTIr. Dear Miss Fairfax: I've kept company with a young woman for the last year and we love each other dearly. The last day we were together she acted to me better thari any other day before. , On the following day she sent a friend to tell me that she is keeping company with another and sh doesn't care to keep company with me. How can I win her i back again, as I love her x. Y. The heart of a maid is so perverse that you stand a better chance of win ning her back by letting some other1 girl console yon than by fretting over her. Try it. CERTAINLY NOT. Dear Miss Fairfax: I have had many, girl and bov ariends and they all acted nice until one time they all played false. Now. should I break frlonriahln with all r.r , them and stay home without friends? - H. H. And grow sour, suspicious and cyni cal? Certainly not. Go out and make more friends, and be quite sure thai none of the blama nf unfflitrnin... I lies at your door. DONT TRY. Dear Miss Fairfax: I am 19 and In love with a young girl of 17. I am considered a good dancer and also good looking. I work and board out of town and cannot see her very often. I have known her quite a lone time, but she has never showed anv love toward me. How will' I find out if she loves me? SAMMY F. A br of 19 is too young to trv to win j. girls lo- And have you con sidered that good looks and graceful dancing are of very little value when If comes to earning a living? LOTOD Why1 Mike a i.i. ,i of jourself bifore joujfor Women.' sent in plain wrapper, on look fui u ma.tu I reuu-.st Auwrusewent. to spend your even ing at home-and you will, too, if you make provision for home entertainment. A New Model ictor Yictrola and a carefully select ed library of recojrds will give you more real comfortable pleasure during the coming , winter than anything else you could put a like amount of money into Let Us Prove TMs by placing a Victrola in your home, for a few days on FREE trial. You will not be obligated to buy. Just phone us. W. G. 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The very best endorsement any prep aration can have, is that of people who have tried it They know what it will do. Judging from the thousands of let ters' we receive each year, similar to the above, it is easily possible to be lieTe in the good that Cardul has done- for suffering women in its past half ceitury of wonderful success. Cardul is composed of purely vege table ingredients, which act in a gen tle, natural manner, on the weakened vomanly organs, thereby building them sack to new strength and health. You cannot go wrong trinsj Cardui for your troubles. Get a bottle toda. N. B "Write to: Ladies Advisoi-v Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chat j tanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions, ana i-p;ise dook. Home rrea'm pg CORRECT CLOTH INGs I 9 lk H JE A fel? ft! &.K Mi - j Hads Gomjkle InElPaso