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Simclay, XoYPmber 16, 1913
ALD
EL PASO HER
Arranges Details for Its An
nual Banquet, After
Discussion.
-
Affirmative Side Wins in
Debate on "Night
Schools" Subject.
LIST OF LAMAR'S
HONOR PUPILS OUT
NOMINATIONS were In order at
the meeting of the Sam Hous
ton debating: society of the high
school Friday night. The constitution
was suspended for the occasion and
the following nominations were made:
For president, Frank Peach, Rupert
Gillett. Ralph O'Neill and Lucas Ba
con; for vle president, Harry "Welsch.
Lucas Bacon and Harry Shannon; for
secretary, Maurice Blumenthal, Cecil
Ktanfield, D. V. Stearns and Bugene
Thurston; for treasurer, Harry "Welsch,
Maurice Blumenthal, Jesse Haywood,
George Newell, George Leighton and
Ralph O'Neill; for reporter. Cecil Stan
field and Maurice Blumenthal: for ser
geant at arms, Eugene Thurston. Henry
Collins, George Leighton and Wayne
Garrett; for chairman of the program
committee, Fred Hunter and Harold
Coldwell; for publicity officer. "Walter
Ponsford. Ralph O'Neill. Logan Chil
som, Maurice Blumenthal, Eugene
Thurston, Frank Peach, Rupert Gil
wti Harolrt Coldwell and Stanley Shea.
The details of the annual banquet 1
were discussed and arranged.
The program given Friday night con
sisted of a debate, "Resolved that the
El Paso public schools should have free
night sessions, in which the same sub
jects are taught as at the day sessions."
Dave Stearns and Bugene Thurston
had the affirmative, George Newell and
Fred Hardy, the negative. The affirm
ative won. Cecil Stanfleld, Maurice
Blumenthal and Ralph O'Neill were the
judges.
Harry Shannon made a short speech,
and P. Kennary gave the critic's re
port. Debates and Names Committees.
About 20 members were present at
the Friday night meeting of the High
School Forum Debating society. At
the business meeting a program com
mittee was appointed, composed of Idus
Lambert and Elsie Means. An enter
tainment committee was appointed con
sisting of James Gorman, chairman;
Mott Rawlings and Alfred Black.
An impromptu debate was given on
the subject of education being a re
quirement as a qualification for the
franchise." Tom Mott and James Gor
man were on the affirmative and Man
uel Schwartz and Idus Lambert on the
negative. Gorman and Schwartz had
the rebuttal. The debate was won by
the affirmative side.
A declamation, "The Alamo and the
New South," (Henry "W. Grady) was
given by Idus Lambert.
The 'Happiness of Liberty" (Robert
Ingersoll) was given by Chris Jung
johann. Allen O. Sayles, the faculty critic,
gave his report at the close of the
meeting.
PUPILS RAISE MONET
EOR LIBRARY BOOKS
At the Vilas school over $46 has been
brought into the library fund by the
school children. The first grade chil
dren brought in the largest amount,
and the fourth grade pupils were sec
ond. "With this money a library of
suitable books will be bought for each
room.
Lamar school has raised ateiost ?78
for its library fund. Miss Dorothy
Russell's room, the low seventh grade
Jim hromrht in the largest amount, $8,
with Miss Helen Lucas's room, the low
fourth grade, a good second, having
collected $7.35.
At the Alta YlBta shcool the library
collections so far amount to $35.66. All
this money has been brought in small
amounts by the children.
Mrs. Eunice Payne, principal of the
Alta Vista school, Mrs. Alice Fitzpat
rick, principal of the Lamar school, and
Miss Alicia Swann. principal of the
Vilas school, are the committee ap
polnted by superintendent R. J. Tighe
to select a list of books suitable for
each, grade. In this work the com
mittee will have the assistance and ad
vice of Mrs. Edith Graham Coyne, the
librarian of the El Paso Public library.
These lists wil be used by the teachers
inpurchaslng boks for their rooms.
LIBRARIAN MRS. COYNB
TELLS CHILDREN STORIES
For the fairy story hour at the Bl
Paso public library Friday afternoon
Mrs. Edith Graham Coyne, the librarian,
told the tales of "Rumpelstiltskin
The "Wolf and the Seven Little
Kids, and "The Cat and the Parrot-"
About 65 children were present to hear
the stories and were a. very appreciative
and attentive audience. The story hours
are for school children under 12 years
of age and are weekly affairs at the
library.
"Wright, Madeline Burney, Bernice
Clark, Jeannette Davey, Ruby Henry,
Elvire Huthsteiner, Libbie Snider, Helen
"Williams, "William Mayfield. George
Oliver, Joe Wright. Emma Windberg,
Henry Rhoades, Hermlno Meice, Donald
Light.
Drawing Madeline Birney, Ruby
Henry, Helen "Williams. Robert Myers,
Dick Lewis, Ruth Haupt, Lu Ree
Knight, Bernice Stiles. Marie Cass, Julia
Schuster, William Bias, Coral
Bias, Victoria Leuscb, Elsa
McVey. Nellie Reynolds, Clio Rus
sell. Willis Gregory, Hurley Griffith.
Henry. Kidwell, Blythe Johnson. Wil
fred Kranzthor, Charles Overstreet,
Cecil Palmer. Dan Ella Burk. Marie
Cass. Lu Re Knight. Virginia Knight.
Pauline Leusch, Dorothy McCarty. Edna
Schmidt. Hazel Spence, Minnie Taylor.
Sophia Williams.
Arithmetic Hubert Littleton, Pauline
Huthsteiner, Willis Gregory, Hurley
Griffith. Blythe Johnson, Chas. Over
street, Willard Brown, Ruth Haupt.
Virginia Knight, Frances Knight. Ber
nice Stiles. Marie Cass, Bartow Morris,
Arvilla Bickford, Lucille Crenshaw.
Reva Harris. Lois McChesney, Hermien
Meice, lone Morris, Julia Schuster. Mary
Drown. Inez Hemsted. Eloisa Huth
steiner, William Mayfield, Robert My
ers, Joe Wright, Dick Lewis.
Algebra William Bias, Hubert Lit
tleton. Hubert Sharp, Lowdon Wingo,
Pauline Huthsteiner, Victoria Leusch
Elsie McVey. Clio Russel. Hurley Grif
fith, Blythe Johnson, Charles Over
street, Willard Brown, Pauline Leusch.
Mario Cass.
1 GAVE RECITAL AT
HIGH FOR SENIORS
Includes Thoie "Who Have Made 00 or
Merc in Studies Since Beginning
of Present Term.
The distinction list of the Lamar
school is composed of pupils who have
made 94 or above in their studies since
the beginning of school in September.
The Lamar school's honor roll, which
includes the pupils who have a grade
of 90 in all subjects and have been
neither absent or tardy, is not made
up until the first of the year, which is
the beginning of the spring term.
On the distinction list of the lower
grades are:
First grade Myrtle Robinson. Law
rence Snider, Lecil McDonough Kata
rina Vasques, Susie Gardiner, Annie B.
McChesney, Ervin Jackson, Elizabeth
Kenton, Martha Langston, Helen Win
ters, Elaine Glumaz, Edna Mae Schrcf
fler, Elizabeth Hudspeth. Julia Fisher,
WiUian Gorman. iLauraine Woehler.
Second grade Averil Lane, Ada Mc
Cracken, Isabel Pomeroy, Samuel Lucy,
Elwood Harman, Mary Nlcols.
Third grade Viola Allen. Louise Mc
Mullin, Eva Rascom and George Wynn.
Low fourth grade Florence Rogers.
Cyril Edmondson. Clarita Wright,
Claude Rudspeth, Melvin George. Zelia
Craver, Edwin Rudicil, Gregory Kranz
thor Barbara Robert, Harris Henning,
Celso Gonzales.
High fourth Henry Thomas, Viola
Steward.
Low fifth Ruth Reld, Sofia Al
varado. Ruth Piekels, Ernest Cox, Katy
Amonett, Helen Wheeler.
High fifth Dorothy Lewis, Thomas
Jones. Edward Woehler, Raymond Mc
Cracken, Elizabeth Rogers, Jean Strick
land, Jeanette Gemoets. Annie Ravel.
Low sixth Hazel Allen.
Above Sixth Is Departmental.
Work in the grades aDove the sixth
is departmental, the same as it is in
the High school, so the distinction list
of the pupils in these grade in the dif
ferent subjects studied follows:
History Coral Bias. Pauline Huth
steiner, Clio Russell, Willard Brown,
Willis Gregory. Hurley Griffith. Blythe
Johnson, Charles Overstreet, Cecil Pal
mer, Willie Johnson, Bessie Roberts,
Marion Rullman, Edna Schmidt, Vir
ginia Standish. Sophia Williams, Lois
McChesney, Julia Schuster, Eva Work
man, William, Mayfield, Robert Myers,
Joe Wright. Dick Lewis, Jeanette
Davey, Inez Hempsted. Lopise Wheeler.
English Composition and Grammar
Coral Bias. Pauline Huthsteiner, Clio
Russell, Willard Brown, Hurley Grif
fith, Charles Overstreet. Frances
Knight. Lois McChesney. Julia Schuster,
Eva Workman, Joe Wright, Jeanette
Davey. Mary Drown. Ruby Henry.
Elvire Huthsteiner. Louise Wheeler,
"William Mayfield. Robert Myers. Dick
Lewis.
Literature Willard Brown, Hurley
Griffith. Blythe Johnson, Henry Kid
well, Blythe Kranzthor, Charles Over
street, Alfred Day, Ruth Haupt. Fran
ces Knight, Virginia Knight, Pauline
Leusch. Marion Rullman. Edna Schmidt.
Bernice Stiles, Sophia Williams. Carol
Bias. Pauline Huthsteiner, Victoria
Leusch, Clio Russell.
High seventh Lois McChesney. Julia
Shuster, Joe Wright, Jeannette Davey,
Mary Drown, Inez Hemsted, Ruby Hen
ry, William Mayfield. Robert Myers,
Clyde Williams, Dick Lewis.
Geography Joe Wright, Dick Lewis,
Robert Myers, William Mayfield, Elvira
Huthsteiner, Inez Hemsted. Mary
Drown, Jeanette Davey, Lucille Cren-.
shaw, Reva Harris, Lois McChesney,
Hermien Meice, Ruth Roberts, Julia
Schuster, Eva Workman.
Spanish Curtis Coffin. John Crockett,
Hubert Suthton. Robert Reaney, Rob
son Pomeroy. Lowdon Winiro. Cnrnl
BiaS JnhnnV 'Rlirnev VatrhalTa fun- I
nlngham. Pauline Huthsteiner. Victoria To Insure insertion in The Herald the
Leusch, Elsie McVey, Clio Russell, Isi- I same day classified copy should be in
NEW PUPILS ENTER,
New pupils are continually coming
Into all the schools. The Vilas school
has had 10 additions in the past week.
ACCIDENT BOARD
ANNOUNCES RULINGS
Austin. Tex., Nov. 15. After having
been In session all day, the Industrial
Accident boara, late this afternoon an
nounced a number of rulings, which
are in effect as follows:
Compensation shall not be deducted
for Sundays or holidays, the day on
which the accident occurs Is consid
ered the first day of the disability as
to medical aid, hospitals services, etc
If an employe is being paid by the
week his weeklv wace. divided bv
seven, shall be the basis of his daily
wages, if by the month, his monthly
wages shall be divided by 30 as a
basis of his daily wages, in the case
of an employe who at tne time of his
injury has been working only for a
limited time, his compensation shall be
determined by the wagos he has re
ceived while in the employment of
the same employer or it may be deter
mined by the wages earned by the per
son in the same grade of work.
MALTA FEVER ATTACKS
CHILDREN AT WALNUT GROVE
Phoenix, Ariz., Nor. 15. According to
information received by Dr. R. N.
Looney, state health officer, Malta
lever, supposed to originate among
goats, is raging in the Walnut Grove
section of Yavapai county. Seven
school children and several adults are
suffering from the disease, which is
contagious, hangs on from eight to
IS months and often leaves its victims
crippled for life.
Phone 1 for auto, taxi cabs or limou
sine. Advertisement.
Wallpaper sale 59 percent off. New
designs. Telton Pint Co. Advertisement.
PHONE
merit.
1 FOR TAXI. Advertlse-
FRESHMHf PLAN PROGRAM,
The freshmen of class "A" of the
high school are planning a program for
the Monday morning assembly on No
vember 24, and on the committee to
arrange for this Grace Hawkins, Annie
MacCoroas and Maurice Blumenthal
were appointed.
"VICTROLAS FOR. THE SCHOOLS.
Any EI Paso school can easily secure
a Victrola for the school room. The
Herald offers a. Victrola in exchage
for easy work among friends of the
school. Full details may be had by
applying at room 214, Herald building.
SOW FOR THANKSGIVING.
Thanksgiving programs are begin
ning to take the place of exams, in the
students' interest. Most of the schools
have an entertainment by the children
preceding the holiday and will begin
preparation for the program this com
ing week.
dora Rodriguez, Joe wright, Reginald
.riHK., .oerniece larK. isiviro Huth
steiner, Carnegia Workman, Ruby
Henry, Natalie Clark, Mary Drown,
William Mayfield. Cecil Boyd, Bessie
Roberts, Edna Schmidt, Hazel Spence,
Virginia Standish, Bernice Stiles, Min
nie Taylor, Sophia Williams. Emma
Windberg, Marie Cass. Clyde Williams,
Margaret Steers, Dick Lewis, Helen
Williams, Robert Myers, Louise
wneeier. willard Brown. Alfred Day,
Willis Gregory. Hurley Griffith. Blythe
Johnson, Henry KldwelL Wilfrid Kranz
thor, Charles Overstreet, Cecil Palmer,
Max Ravel, Ottillie Alarid, Dan Ella
?".. Ruth Haupt. Virginia Knight,
LuRee Knight, Pauline Leusch, Dorothy
McCarty, Marguerite Prothro.
High eighth Hubert Suthton, Thom
as Smith. Lowdon Wingo, Coral Bias,
Johnny Burny. Maybelle Cunningham,
Bertha Hilgartner. Pauline Huthsteiuer,
Elsie McVey, Nellie Reynolds, Clio Rus
sell, Isidoro Rodriguez, Joe Wright,
Christina Adams, Madeline Birney. Ber
nice Clark. Natalie Clark- .Toannatto
Davey, Mary Drown, Edna Harry, Inez
Hemsted, Ruby Henry, Elvire Huth
steiner. Frieda Huthsteiner, Libbie
Snider, Louise Wheeler. Helen Williams,
Carnegia Workman, "William Mayfield
Robert Myers, George Oliver, Isidoro
Rodriguez, Clyde Williams, Joe Wright,
Dick Lewis, Willard Brown, Alfred Day,
Willis Gregory, Hurley Griffith, Blythe
Johnson. Henry Kidwell. Wilfrid
Kranzthor, Manuel Jacobs, Chas Over
street, Max Ravel. Ottillie Aland. Dan
Ella Burk. Ruth Haunt. Virginia
Knight. Pauline Leusch, Dorothy Mc
Carty. Marguerite Prothro, Bessie Rob
erts, Edna Schmidt, Hazel Spence, Ber
nice, Stiles, Minnie Taylor, Sophia Wil
liams, Marie Cass.
Manuel training and domestic science
Hubert Suthton, Coral Bias, Johnny
Burny. Victoria Leusch, Elsie McVey,
Julia Reynolds, Clio Russell. Cecil Boyd.
Ottillie Alarid. Dan Ella Burk, Marie
Cass, Ruth Haupt. Willie Johnson, Lu
Ree Knight. Virginia Knight, Pauline
Leusch, Marguerite Prothro, Marion
Rullman. Edna Schmidt, Hazel Spence.
Bernice Stiles, Virginia Standish, Min
nie Taylor. Emma Windberg.
Music Hubert Suthton. W M. Petico
las, Robson Pomeroy, Hubert Sharp,
Thomas Smith. Lowdon Wingo, Bertha
Hilgartner, Pauline Huthsteiner, Vic
toria Leusch, Nellie Reynolds, Joo J
the office by 12:30 3. m The lsst clas
sified page closes at 1:30 p. m.
MI.K.S Bean and Other Prominent Musi
cians Delighted Audience nt Hlpli
School Auditorium.
For the benefit of the historical
pageant for the senior class of the High
school's commencement exercises Miss
Virginia L. Bean gave a most success
ful recital at the High school audi
torium Saturday night, with other
prominent musicians assiting her. Miss
Edna E. Scotten. of the -senior class,
was manager of the affair and the
moving spirit in. arranging for the pro
gram. Mrs. J. M. Frank, of the High school
faculty and room teacher of the seniors,
briefly explained the purpose of the
concert before commencing the pro
gram. "To produce this historical
pageant of our southwest when history
was in the making will need a gt-eat
deal of cooperation and financial iielp.
We realize that we have undertaken
a stupendous task in such a pageant,
that it be appropriately costumed and
that the stage settings be correct, but
we have made it the spirit of our class
slogan. "Better things for a better El
Paso,' " she said.
The stage was artistically arranged
with draperies and furnished an attrac
tive background for the performers.
Numbers on the Program.
Miss Bean's opening number was the
Mazurka by Mylnarskl. Then she played
"Meditations from Thais," by Massenet.
Mrs. V. L. Bean was her piano accom
panist throughout the evening.
Parvin Witte sang "The Heart's
Spring Time" by Vcn Wickede. A. F.
Sievers being his accompanist.
Kreisler's "Caprice VIenols" was the
next violin number of Miss Bean's.
"Because I Love You Dear" by Haw
ley, and "An Open Secret" by Wood
men were very acceptably sung by Miss
Laura Maud jfink. A. F. Sievers accom
panying her on the piano.
MIns Itean Played 'Cello Selection.
Miss Bean then played several selec
tions on the 'cello, which were most ap
preciatively received by her audience.
The first 'cello selection was Bee
thoven's minuet in "G." Then she
played Schumann's Traumerel in the
"Song to the Evening Star" from Wag
ner's "Tannhauser." Miss Bean was at
her very best, her interpretations
through the 'cello of this exquisite com
position kept the audience breathless.
She was presented with a large boquet
of chrysanthemums by members of the
senior class and for an encore gave
Forrest's melody, "Rose in Bud."
Miss Walker McClellan sang "Yester
day and Today." by Spross and "A Rose
and a Dream." Miss Hazel Anderson
was her accompanist
I.emcn Sang Irish Sonprs.
M. H. Lemen sang an Irish folk song.
"The Snow Breasted Pearl" from the
cycla of Irish folk songs. "Pearls on
Bhrollaigh Bhain." by Arthur Whiting.
His second number was a lullaby by
Sidney Homer. Edwin C. Knickmeyer
was his accompanist. The sones were
particularly suited to Mr. Lemen's rich
baritone voice and were very well ren
dered. Mr. Lemen spoke about the com
posers before singing.
Miss Bean's closing numbers were
both violin solos Brahms "Hungarian
Dance," and Nelson's "Norwegian Lull
aby." Principal Hujjhey Thanks Musician
At the close of the program A. H.
Hughey. principal of the High school,
expressed the thanks and appreciation
of the school and the senior class to
the musicians for the entertainment.
At the close of his speech he read the
telegram from coach Bell of the High
school team announcing them the win
ners of the football game' at Roswell
which brought forth hearty applause.
Assisting as ushers and at the doors
of both the school building and audi
torium were Chris Jungjoham. Kath-
erine Glenn, Mattie Clark, Eunice An
derson, Reed Harlan, Idus Lambert,
Paul Masters, Antoinette Matkin, Lucas
Bacon. Karl Mee. Ramiel Jungiohann
and Eldon Routledge, all of the senior
class of the High school. Mrs. J. M.
Frank was their faculty advisor and
assistant.
DAILY RECORD.
Ilelldlng Permits.
To Leon La Luz to build an adobe
residence at 1217 Santa Fe street; esti
mated cost $100.
To W. W. Greer to make repairs at
402 South EI Paso street; estimated
value $1200.
Deeds Filed.
Southeast corner of Boulevard and
Missouri D. W. Reckhart to Olga H.
McClintock. lots 8 to 11, inclusive,
block 20, Sunset Heights; considera
tion, $5000: Nov. 11, 1913.
South side of Tularosa, between
Luna and Obada Jay F. Knox to
Charles F. Knolblock, lot 25 and west
half of 24, block 85. East El Paso; con
sideration. $3000; March IE, 1913.
South side of AJomogordo, between
Grama and Luna John G. K. LInquist
to Hugh M. Walker, lot 22 and east
half of 2S, block 75. East El Paso;
consideration $1900: Nov. 15, 1913.
North side of Douglas, between Luna
and Cebada Fred Schwmker to Lee
Harris, lots 8 and 9, block 132, East
El Paso; consideration. $625; Nov. 14,
1913.
San Ellzario, Texas A. D. Aranda to
Romana Garcia, tract of land, San
Ellzario grant; consideration, $1; Nov.
6, 1913.
Licensed to "Wed.
Sawyers T. Rutherford and Josle P.
Haynes.
Automobiles Licensed.
1S31 W. T. Young, 1501 Cotton aven
ue; five passenger Ford:
1832 J. P. Loftus, Margaruite
apartments: two passenger Overland.
1833 R M. Small. Echo apartments;
six passenger Studebaker.
1834 Mrs. A. M. Brown, 1427 Haw
thorne Place; White car.
1835 Mrs. W. L. Field, 615 Myrtle
avenue; five passenger Reo.
1836 Green Stewart, 1307 Arizona
street; five passenger Overland.
JHrthn uiris.
To Mrs. Vicante Grijolba, Ysleta,
Texas, Nov. 6.
To Mrs. A. Fernandez, 209 North
Florence street, Nov. 13.
Births Boys.
To Mrs. Martin Dommques, 1 Pri
mera street, Oct. 25.
To Mrs. Bernito Valdirtezo, 1581 Fifth .
atit ?J ft '!
To Mrs. Crispin Herodla, 706 EarK
street. Nov. - &
To Mrs. J.'B. Madrid, 915 California
street, Nov. 8.
To Mrs. F. H. Cox, 410 Brie street,
Oct. 20.
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REMOVAL SALE
By a One Price House
Oldest Piano House In El Paso
A large number of people have taken advantage of the redneed prices
on our pianos during our Removal Sale. Already our sales have far ex
ceeded our expectations.
If you have decided to purchase a piano between now and Xroas, we
suggest your calling at our store AT ONCE and make your selection for
future delivery, while you have a large stock from which to make a selec
tion. These reduced prices last only until Dee. 1st, 1913, after whieb. we
will be in our new location, 208 Texas St, next to "Watson's Grocery Store.
We have on sale Everett, Fischer, Harvard, Hal
hit & Davis, Wurlilzers and Cecilian Player Pianos.
For the first time in seventeen years history of the El Paso Piano Com
pany has a new piano or Player of the above makes been sold by us for
less than the regular, standard, legitimate price which we have always
strictly adhered to. Nolo our trade mark "ONE PRICE" and THAT price
the lowest possible, and the same to a child as to a shrewd buyer. -
Easy monthly payments as usual.
Old pianos taen in exchange.
NEW PIANOS FROM $195.00 UP.
THE EL PASO PIANO CO.
W. R. SCHUTZ, Prop.
Cor. Myrtle & Campbell Sts. Opp. Elks' Homa. J
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Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 15. State ento
mologist A. W. Morrill is Investigating
a peculiar bug that feeds on the bark
of cottonwood trees. A number of
trees in the Salt River valley are ser
iously affected by the pest. Specimens
of the bug have been sent to the gov
ernment entomological bureau, at
Washington, and Dr. Morrill is trying
to discover some means of checking it.
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