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Monday, December 15, 1913 5
The New Social Dances:
By Mile. Anna Pavlowa
The' Gavotte: Lesson 1
Pointing and Posing
Since the Steps Are the Same For Both
Partners, Mile. Pavlowa Poses Alone
7 7 7
It Is as Though You Danced Before a
Mirror, Your Partner Reflect
ing Every Action
ThU in one of a series or article!
especlallr written for the El Pa5o Her
ald by Mile. Anna Patlvim, the areat
ent Jlvlnj; premiere iamruftc, who has
posed vrtth her dancioz pnrtm-r, LatT
reatl oTikoM, for 'each XlKure. The
dances to Ie explained and Illustrated
are those bow la vogue In society ball
room.) m INMOST every month, In these days
X of ballroom dancins. there is a
- new dance nowadays. Sometimes
it is fairly original, but usually the
material is based on something that
has gone before. In this week's series
of articles I am going to introduce the
Russian Gavotte, which will be new to
all but those who have recently danced
at society affairs in Russia.
The Gavotte originated with the
French peasants, who made of it a
lively dance. This suffered no change
yntil it was Introduced into the Minuet,
when it became gradually more sub
dued. In the latter half of the 18th
century the Gavotte was a sort of or
nament to the Minuet. The Russian
adaptation of. the Gavotte, to my mind,
is one of the prettiest dances I have
Figure A shows the writer at the be
ginning of the Russian Gavotte. The
pose is a dainty "point" (in the fifth
position) and it should be carefully
studied by both partners before at
tempting it. I should explain that as
the poses are the seme for both man
and woman. I felt it better to illus
trate with my own poses alone for this
series of figures.
The stateliness of the Russian Ga
votte makes it imperative that the
dancers possess a good bodily control
and a fair amount of grrace if they wish
to become proficient in it. As Is evi
dent, the weight of the body in the j
opening figure .is supported by the left I
leg, the balance being maintained by I
leaning slightly to the right and back, j
both arms bending siigntiy at tne el
bows. Facing his partner, the masculine
dancer maneuvers in the same manner,
using the same steps with the same
feet. It is quite as if one were per
forming the steps and poses befor a
mirror, each partner acting as the re
flection of the other.
Figure B in the Illustration shows the
dancer changing the poise and position
of the body without, in any way, dis
turbing the position of the feet. This
Is not esy to accomplish, but I can
assure my readers that when the figure
Is executed with a slow rhythm, the
)eft-to-right and right-to-left swing of
the torso is extremely effective. As the
photograph B shows, the left hand
should hang auletly at the side, the
right being held away from the waist J
xme, ever su juut. uupigoi, uid,
IT. F . GllUIand Had Lived In Commu
nity 3Enny Tears; 93000 Worth of
School Bonds Sold.
Alamogordo, N. 3L, Dec 15. William
F. Gjlliland, long a resident of this
state and section, died at his home here"
Saturday of Brigb.es disease. He was
bom in Pope county. Mo., nearly 72
year s ago, where he spent his early
days, moving later to California and
tnen to Texas, but a number of years
fego came to New Mexico. The funeral
services were held from the First Bap
tist church of this city, the services
being conducted by Rev. "W. A. Cook
aey, former pastor of the church. He is
survived by three sons and four daugh
ters. J. at Hawkins has sold fo rthe May
hili, school district, one of the moun
tain districts of Otero county, 32600 in
school bonds, subject' to the approval
of their validity. The school district
has been divided by the creation of
district No. 26. out of original district
No. 12, since the bonds were voted. The
legality of the issuance by district No.
IS, as now constituted, is now in ques
tion and a new election may be re
quired to make valid the bonds.
Dr. C. S. Hill. W. H. Morris, X &
Isaacs. E. W. Cox and Misses Laura
and Blanche Cox, of Las Cruces, made"
tip an auto party who came over Sat
urday, returning this afternoon. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ol
iver Lee, of this city. The party made
a trip up the valley this morning ae-
men as Tnree nvers.
J. it Swaan and family. ofvPlaque
mine. La., are now residents of Alamo
gordo for the winter, having come for
the benefit of the climate. They are
domiciled in the Murphy cottage, on
Michigan avenue.
Sidney Mauldin, of Mt Park, is here
for a few days visit with his parents.
He made the trip on his motorcycle.
M ts. J. T. McCIements has gone to
Carrizozo to visit friends for a few
6oL "W..R. Eidson was a n El Paso
visitor inis weec
Miss Lou Painter, of Cloudcroft. was
the guest of Mrs. B. R. Balthls for a
few days last week.
Mrs. A A. Harvey and daughter.
Marguerite, of El Paso, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shields a few
Mies Mary Wolfinger has arrived
from California to spend the remainder
of the winter with her brother, J. G.
Mrs Edwin Mechem visited friends in
El Paso last week.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R, Gilbert and chil-
Hot bouillon made from ARMOUR'S
BOUILLON CUBES will refresh and
stimulate you no matter how long or
how bard the trip is. It haa a deHcioas flaror
of beef blended with fresh garden vegetables
and delicate seasoning.
In bora of 12. EBsd 100, Beef a3 Qfcten flaw
A czibe to a aip. Carry a basin your crip alms.
Gmcen scd Droggats snd Bnlets ererrtrhera.
Far Fm Samples, Aidra
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fillHjiiiil alMsMT
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Figure B Changing the Poise of the
Body Without Disturbing the Feet.
by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.
(Articles Iy tkli noted writer are rejj
nlRr features of The El Paso Herald.)
Daily Fashion Hints
ONE of the most attractive new
waists with a simply draped
skirt Even the winter waists are
showing the transparent vest3 as this
bodice, which makes a pretty waist
coat of nice-de-pain, velours de lain,
buttoned with jet. It gives a basque
that makes two points over the skirt
and a small, turned down collar with an
edge of black velvet. The girdle of
black velvet, draped, is tied in a soft
bow in front The skirt Is plain in
front and shows at the back an effect
of replie. A tunic of "coral" silk mull,
embroidered red and gold, shows, a long
sleeve, tightened in a bracelet of black
velvet (Photo by Felix, Paris.) Sup
plied by the International News Ser
vice. dren have gone to, Bl Paso to spend a
few days.
Mrs. Fred Bradford and son are vis
Itin gfriends in Tularosa for a few
The Womans Aid society of the First
Baptist church of this city entertained
at the home of Mrs. J. AV. Bennett, on
New York aenue, with a farewell re
ception in honor of Mrs. J. S M. "Rakr
Who will leave in a few days for Bun-
kie. La. Mrs. Wm. Cooksey, in behalf i
or tne womans' Aid, presented Mrs.
Baker with a beautiful centerpiece of
Mexican drawnwork.
Those invited were: Mesdames J. S.
Baker, A L Simms, Wyatt Richards,
LaMInn. F. H. Haynes, Ed LeBreton,
W. S! Shotwell, Ed Mrtin, Missick, Tin
klepaugh, Pearson, B. R. Blankenship.
Miss es May Pierce. Ellpn Richards.
Carolyne Shotwell, eJseie Pierce. Laura
Pace. Maggie Bennett and Dillard
-Vfltov, (ifA, of !,. l"- t. 1 Mltfl
arm- i, i o .J .,t IluaUiura, i z. '3
rioe t n . MEit !-. i is parents, Rc. and
ijrs W. A. Cooks- j.
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j Church Affairs j j Automobiling J
The Missionary society of Trinity
Methodist church will meet on Tues
day afternoon at 3 oclock, in the church
parlors. This meeting will be preceded
by a prayer meeting. The subject for
the afternoon will be: "Latin America."
Mrs. L L. Robinson will be the leader
and she will be assisted by Mrs. J. H.
Hlrt. Mrs. J. E. Townsend will give
Current Events. Miss Vonia Bray will
give a reading, "The Church and the
"World." The hostess for the afternoon
will be Mrs. Charles L. Orerstreet.
Presbyterian men will be the hosts
to the Trinity Methodist Men's club
Tuesday evening at the First Presby
terian church club rooms. The Pres
byterian club has already entertained
the Episcopal Men's club and the meet
ing Tuesday evening will be a general
get together meeting of the men of
the two churches. The officers of the
Presbyterian club has invited all of
the men of the Trinity church to at
tend the meeting Tuesday evening at
7:30. A series of illustrated talks on
the holy land and also some illus
trated views of El Paso and vicinity
will be given by Rev. C. L. Overstreet
and Rev. Kenneth Brown. The pro
gram committee is planning a number
of other stunts for the entertainment
of the Trinity men.
The associational auxiliary. Includ
ing the missionary societies of the El
Paso Baptist association, will meet in
the First Baptist church on Tuesday
afternoon, December 16, at 2:30 oclock.
The "Woman's Missionary society of
Trinity Methodist church will meet at
the church on Tuesday afternoon, at'
3-30 oclock. The meeting will be a
literary and social meeting combined,
and the social part will be given In
honor of Mrs. T. C Archer, of Chicago,
sister of Mrs. C. "Wesley "Webdell. The
Hostesses for the afternoon will be
Mesdames R. T. "Wood and L J.Ayres.
El Pasoans Rataming
Newton F. TIdwell, who has been at
tending school in Boston, will return
to El Baso for the holidays.
Mrs. Anna Porter Krause has re
turned to El Paso for the winter.
Hot ashes in a wooden box, which
had been placed In a building adjoin
ing the store at 401 South Ochoa street
started a blaze at 9:20 oclock Sunday
morning which called out the central
fire department. There was no dam
age. At 12:05 oclock' Sunday afternoon the
central fire department responded to
an alarm for a fire at 905 Mesa avenue.
The flooring underneath a kitcjhen
range became overheated and started
blazing. The approximate damage done
by the fire was ?15.
Gary, Ind, dispatch: The -
high cost of shoes does not &
& trouble Conrad Fabian, of
Gary. Thirty-six years ago he &
9- purchased a pair of shoes $
O which he has worn ever since.
Conrad has just taken the
shoes to a cobbler for the
sixth resoling. He expects to
wear them at least four years
longer. &.
On account of business reasons, san
itary commissioner Joe Dunne ten
dered his resignation Saturday to
mayor C. E. Kelly. The resignation
was read during the special meeting
of the city council Saturday afternoon.
George Harper, excounty collector, was
appointed by the mayor to fill the va
cancy. The appointment became im
mediately effective. During the special
session mayor Kelly announced the
reappointment of Dr. "W. H. Anderson
as city health officer.
Let's get an ordinance prohibiting
closed booths In restaurants, how- about
the Chink restaurants'' Advertise-
Ttif nt
W 'St. ria fife open for Ims.ness, 218
S. LI Paso St Advertisement.
Mr. and Mrs.' J. R. Ellis and Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Goodwin and son went to
the Hueco iTaaks Sunday.- Mr. Ellis
driving his JVy, - . .
Mr. and Mrs. F. MJFilldr'and family,
in their Fordv went -to Ysleta, Stlhday.
JL C. Smith and family, who have
spent Sunday in EI Paso, will return
to their home in Fort Stockton, Texas,
Tuesday. Mr. Smith' made the trip in
his Buick car.
J. IS.' "Wyatt drove to Fabens in his
Pathfinder car Sunday. J. H. La'urie
was with him.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paden and family
had J. E. Morgan and A. Henderson
with them in their Studebaker "25" car
Sunday. They motored below Tsleta.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Blsohoff motored
below Clint Sunday in their Maxwell
car. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cariock were
with them!
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Williams and
children in their Oakland car. drove up
the valley beyond Canutillo Sunday.
V. J. Booth drove a party of friends
down to Tsleta Sunday In his Stude
baker "35." His guests were Zlr. and
Mrsi D. M. Smith and Misa C E. Davis.
A. E. Schuster In his Chalmers car
drove down the valley Sunday.
Dinners and LanchBont
Mrs. Frank Simmons will be the host
ess of a luncheon on Thursday after
noon, December 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Loomls en-
f tertamod at luncheon on Sunday at
tne valley inn. lnelr guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Don Robson, of Lords
burg. N. M., "W. "W. Barbee of El Paso.
Ernest P. Hughes entertained on
Sundaly at luncheon at the Valley Inn.
His guests were: Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Ford and O "W. Green.
B. J. Booth was hostess on Sunday
night at the Valley Inn. He enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Smith and
Miss C E. Davis.
Lieutenant and Mrs. J. 1C Brown en
tertained on Saturday evening at din
ner at the Country club. Their guests
were lieutenant Brown's classmates,
lieutenants Robert C Cbtton, Jubal A.
BarJy, George Barrett Glover, jr all
of the 20thi infantry.
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Lieutenant George M. Russell enter
tained captain and Mrs. C. M. Harvey
and captain and- Mrs. R. S. Fitch, at
dinner at the Country club on Saturday
Oat Of Town Visitors
Miss Stella Weloh passed through the
city last week en route from San Fran
cisco to Fort Worth, where she will
spend a short time with friends. Miss
Welch formerly lived in this city.
William Ennis. of New York, has re
turned to the city fof the winter, and
is stopping at the LeRoy.
Charles E. Walker, cashier of the
Consolidated National banks of Tucson,
Ariz., arrived Sunday for a brief busi
ness trip and is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman M. Walker. Mr. Walker
was chief clerk of the El Paso anil
Northeastern railroad at the time W. (
" "" whs cenerai manager, ana
was later secretary and treasurer of
the Randolph lines in Arizona and
Mexico. He will return home Tues-
Miss Sue Dixon, sister of Alves Dixon,
has arrived from her home in Hen
derson, Kentucky, and will be the
guest of her brother and Mrs. Dixon
for the winter.
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Miss Frances Gillospie will arrive
from, Bryan. Texas, on Wednesday af
ternoon and will be the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Alfred F. Kerr and Mr.
Kelr, during the holidays.
TCall bearing skates, 404 N. Oregon.
Allen Arms & Cycle Co Advertis. ment
One thousand barsalnn in doors. Lan
der LumbeCa-jAdvertlsement.
Th wck-end dance at the Country
club was an enjoyable one on Saturday
night Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. "W. "W. Turney. Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L Far
rar. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles L. romeroy, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Krakauer, Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Holmes. Dr.- and Mrs. L. G. "With
erspoon. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Le
Baron, Mr. and 3Irs. Russell Kyle, Mr.
and Mrs. Homan C. Myles, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry T. Bowie. Mr. and Mr. Allen
Rodes. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Wright Mr.
and Mrs. George Morse, Mr. and Mrs.
Alves Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clary,
Mr. and Mrs. "W. L. Tooley, Mr. and Mrs.
Victor Raggio. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ladfl,
Mr. and Mrs. "W. K. Marr, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Will
Burges, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Torres. Mr.
and Mrs. Waters Davis, colonel and
Mrs. R. D. Read, major and Mrs. W. T.
Davidson, major and Mrs. C. N. Barney,
major and Mrs. John S. Winn, captain
and Mrs. Aubrey Lippincott, captain and
Mrs. Charles Harvey, captain and Mrs.
Robert S. Fitch, captain and Mts. J. JJ.
Lewis, captain and Mrs. G. C. Earn
hardt captain and Mrs. Ben Lear, jr.,
lieutenant and Mrs. J. K. Brown, lieu
tenant and Mrs. Howard Smalley, lieu
tenant and Mrs. Sidney L Chappell;
Mesdames Anna Porter Krause. Ken
neth Oliver, W. S. Tllton, Victor Foster,
Josephine Nations Morfit, Margaret
Rowley, Gertrude Ledbetter, S. G. Hum
phries, Sidney Johnson; Misses Martha
Thurmond, Sue Dixon, Lucille Daniels,
Anne Lee Gaines, Marion Young, Anna
Shelton, Ivah Cool, Alice Doyle, Olive
Davis, Anne Weeks, Glen Adams,
Emily Kemp, Nannie Lackland, Virgi
nia Semple, Helen Winn, Carrie Race,
Harriet Ellis. Elizabeth Hudson; gen
eral Hugh Scott colonel Joseph G.
Glrard, captains F. T. Arnold and John
D. Long, lieutenants A. D. Surles. R. V.
Cramer. F. T. Armstrong. C F. Thomp
son. R. G. Ratzkoff. E. M. Wilson, R.
u. uotton, J. A. Early, G. B. Glover, jr..
L. Wadsworth, jr., L. L Barrett,
Messrs. George Morrisson. George Flory,
Allen Grambling, W. H. Tuttle, Britton
Davis, Tom Mayfield. Warren Small,
Mason Pollard, James Alves, Dexter
Mapel, Arthur L. McKnlght Ballard
Coldwell, W. H. Austin, Robert Burns.
James Curtis. Ralph. IVIngo, Talbot
Hill. J. B. Kilpatrick. Charles Bassett
Page Kemp. A. L Cox, G. Seneff.
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The Isch Ga Bibble club entertained
with another of their delightful dances
at Ysleta Saturday evening. After an
evening of dancing, followed by an
enjoyable luncheon, the happy crowd
motored back to El Paso. Those pres
ent were: Misses Juanita Smith,
George Compton. Katherine Shea, Al
berta Martin, Helen Stratton, Erna Mae
White, Ermaine Smith, Maurine Bailey.
Hazel Pruitt Helen Aguirre; Messrs.
J. Ham Phillips, Chas. B. Henze. jr.
E. Gall. J. E. White. B. Aguirre, "Doc"
Phillips, J. H. Rather, Baker Wiley,
S. Aguirre, A. Tenent C. C. Streeter,
Steve La Gros, F. MacFarlane.
The party was chaperoned by Mes
dames iguirre and Tresser.
Full Indian costumes, with paint
featheis and yells, will be features at
a typical Indian dance to be given by
the young men and women of the C. A.
A., Tuesday night The participants
have been coached by Gregg Lava, a
former Carlisle student.
Mrs. George Roberts entertained re
cently with a birthday anniversary
party in honor of the eighth birth
anniversary of her son, Monte. The
house was attractively decorated for
the occasion with Christmas colors and
the dining room was especially attrac
tive In its decoration of a chimney
down through which Santa Claus was
crawling, laden with toys for each
guest present A luncheon was
served, carrying out the Christmas Idea.
Mrs. Roberts was assisted in entertain
ing by Mesdames J. R. Allen and Ed
ward Edgerton. Many games were
played and those winning prizes were:
Rosemary Allen. Jame Hoover, Joshua
Nagley and Lillle Miller. Enjovlng the
afternoon were: Baker Pricket Rose
mary Allen, Georgete Edgerton, Jack
Walton. Ed Bedford. Charles Gonzales,
Ella May Miller. Irene Miller. Walter
Howe, Joshua Nagley, James Hoover,
Monte Roberts.
Major and Mrs. C. N. Barney enter
tained on Saturday evening at their
home In the Virginia apartments. The
table was decorated In Christmas col
ors of red and white. Holly and
Christmas place eards were effectively
used. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. L Tooley. Mrs. Max Weber.
Mrs. Josephine Nations Morfit captain
arren Dean and E. L. Tinker.
Anne Magoffin was the hostess on
Saturday afternoon of a "bunco" party
which was given for the younger girls
of the social set of El Paso. Christ
mas colors were used in decorations
and the first prize was won by Mary
Redmtfnd and was a vanity case; the
second prize, a pin cushion, was won
by Katherine Pfaff, and the "booby"
fell to Helen Krause. and was a box of
dice for use In a bunco game. Refresh
ments of sandwiches, salad and choco
late were served. Those present were:
Beatrice Stiles, Mary Redmond, Kath
erine Pfaff, Margaret McGlfee. Dorothy
Lackland, "Clara Hawkins, Helen Stew
art Enid Ainsa. Elizabeth Kelly, Jean
Krause. Grace Gray. Margaret O'Boyle.
Mary Kelly, Alice Myles. Elizabeth
Hawkins, Mary Goggin, Holland,
Sharpe, Irene Bryan, Helen Krause,
Merle Dale, Lilly Dale, Vallory Lorig.
Mrs. F. H. Todd will entertain on
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock,
at hAr TintTIA nn TTnnhn AVAnna ln l,A..na.
of Miss Alice Swett who is visiting
Mrs. A. W. Foster in this city.
Women's Organizations
The Robert B. Lee chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy will
meet on Thursday afternoon at Trinity
Methodist church. Mrs. Alice R. Bar
low, the president, will read a paper
end the meeting gives promise of being
very interesting.
About El Pasoans
Miss Margaret Walsh has moved into
her new home at 401 Montana street
Hard coughs, old coughs, tearing coughs.
! Give Ayer's Cherry Pectoral a chance.
bold for 70 years.
-I. r r, . J O. lTtrdo.
"Miouruocior. Vaneli. JIaiJ
Guarantees Positions.
BookkecpiDS", Stenography, Spanish,
Phones 1484-1465. El Paso, Tea.
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Conducted by
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345, night.
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Missionary union meeting at
First Baptist church.
Meeting of missionary society
of the First Presbyterian church
Miss Elizabeth Garrett to give
recital under auspices of the
Womr.n's club.
Musical at Calvary-Houston
Square church.
.;. .j. ; . . : .
El Pasoans Ataay
Misses Bernardine Schultz and Vera
Ballard, and Messrs. A. Robertson, H.
E. Heiman. P. R. Simplch. and J.
Harry Henderson were the week-end
guests of the MiBses Pauline and
Esther Herrlngton, at their ranch, near
Noria, New Mexico. Mrs. E. B. Schulta
chaperoned the jolly party.
Mrs. Ferguson Doak and daughter,
Anna, will leave on Friday. Dec 19,
for Taylor, Tex., where they will spend
the holidays with Mrs. Doak's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hoxle. They will
be away for three weeks.
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Mable Falvey spent the week-end at
Clint, Texas, as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Latta.
KC is pure. KC is health
ful. It really does make
lighter, nicer biscuits, cakes
and pastry than the old
fashioned single acting
baking powders.
And you pay only
No baking powder
We take the risk of its
being abused: we ask the
I grocer to return a dissatis
fied customer's money if
she doesn't like Schilling's
Best; let her keep the
goods; and sell her again.
So long as he thinks
she is honest, he is to
hand-over the money. We
trust him to do for us as
he'd do for himself if. he
were we and himself too.
SchlHIagVBejt wis yoar firt-deakioo o monejfcick.
A. Schilline & Company San Francisco
j&$j uJ&sdsiSj sty v
Southern Pacific
New Orleans to New York
An Ideal Trip Winter or Summer
surra or state-rooms, parlor, and private bath,
Sailings Wednesdays and Saturdays
For farther Isforrattioa, rert!oai ib4 defects,
call oa Tout loci! ticket ijeat
PERFECTION DRY MASH contains the proper ingredients to in
sure plenty of eggs through the winter.
Feed in connection with PERFECTION HEN FOOD.
Retail Store
106 Ir Stanton
D. Wise & Co,
Lodges and Chxbs
The Odd Fellows gave the initiatory
degree to three members and received
one by transfer card. This evening
the 1st degree will be exemplified on
five candidates, the order is growing
right along, new material being added
every month. Monnt Franklin en'
canmpment met at the I. O. O. F. hall
Friday night and adopted resolutions
to meet everv Friday night in the
month. The Royal Purple degree will
be given next Friday night also an
election of officers will be held.
"We Perfect - Remove Correct
Unshapely Noses. Outstanding
Ears, Drooping Eyelids, Hollow
Cheeks. Baggy Skin.
Pimples and Blackheads, Wrinkles
and Scars. Smallpox Plttlngs.
Warts, and Moles, Freckles, Su
perfluous Hair. Birth Marks.
Frowns and Furrows, Enlarged
Pores. Double Chin. Sallow Skin.
Red Nose.
Face Specialist of Chlcazo
Room 303 Herald Building
EI Paso, Tex.
a fair price for it
should sell for more.
fromi New' Orleans
Office and Warehouse
Cor. 2nd and Chih.
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