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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, March 23, 1914
SOCIET Y'S DOL
Tb .Vita Vista Woman's Missionary
soci(t. upon considering the many re
quests for a repetition ol the "DeesUrict
Ski; If ' r';(-n some weeks ago, has de
sidid to repeat it In the near future.
The "Woman's Missionary society of
tlv lta Vista M. K. church met last at
t!v Tionio of Miss Bedford. The society
wn entertained by Miss Bedford and
Mrt K Jmj-. Kef reshmenta were served.
The Baptist Yonng People's unions of
th oi federation object to dancing
and p'U tlumselves on record Friday
nipht as supporting the ministers, who
endaored to prevent the high school
authorities from allowing this form of
rTTition m the high school building.
This action wag taken at the anniver
sary meeting of the B Y. P. U's. of the
citj to cok orate the first anniversary
of the forming of the city federation of
the union of the various churches in
the cit-.. About 100 were present. C.
G. Hull, the president of the federation,
presided WiUle McLure was the leader
of thi leo&onal exercises and Rev. J.
F. Williams, pastor of the First Baptist
chutc'i. led in prayer. James Romero
talked on things the federation has ac
complished in its first jear. Rev. O. E.
Carte-- Hiked on things that may be ac
complished in cominp year. Several
hvmm were sung by the assembly and
Miss Mrtle Boyd and Clair Ruby sang
solos, and H. Dorset played a cornet
solo. Following the program, a social
half hour was enjoyed, with light re
freshment!? served by Mrs. M. L. Grif
fith. Cora Fargason and Iris Webb.
Vrit r C. Covington enter
tains for Mrs. R. A. Miller, of
Missionary society meets at the
Trinity Methodist church
Missionary society has Hter-
vary program at the church.
Mrs J. C Waterman was the guest
of honor at a prettily appointed luncheon
given Friday by Mrs. John B. Huggins
at her apartments, in the Marguerite.
The table was ornamented with a cen
terpiece of pink sweet peas and pink
candles. Following the luncheon, the
afternoon was informally spent in play
ing bridge and in "tangoing." Those in
the partv w ere Mrs. J. C. Waterman,
Mrs. John W. Craigr, lira R. C. Taylor,
Mrs. Ralph Talbot, jr. Miss Elizabeth
Waterman and Miss Alice Colladay.
Charles D. Rhodes will be the
hostess at a very informal tea for the ier." who when he was not being in
A very entertaining piayiei j.o
End of the Rainbow," was glveji Sat
urday night at the High school by the
S. A. S. A. club of the sophomere
class, as .their contribution to the pa
geant fund, for the presentation of
the historical pagenai of the South
west, which will be the senior class
commencement, in the spring. The
plav was laid is a college town In the
present time, and was presented in
three pets: the first a den in the
Theta Phi house, early in the college
vear, the second act was in the li
brary of the Preston house two weeks
later, and the third act in the inter
ior of the athletic club house. Con
sidering the limited space of the
High school assembly hall stage, the
play managers acquitted themselves
-lery well in the shortness of time re
quired for their scene shitting and
the good arrangement of the various
scenes. Blanch Sehwartz was very
good in the part of Phyllis Lane, a
football enthusiast who wilfully en
snares a young man so that he will
stay in college and play football, and
who ends by falling in love with him
in earnest Walter Clayton, as Doug
las Brown, the football player, was
also good. Frank Brown made a great
deal out of the role of "Dick Preston,"
the groom. Mauriae Bailey was
Marion Dayton, a ward of Robert
Preston, who was acted by Cecil Stan
field. Both handled their parts well.
Rebecca Maetxe did some good acting
as Kathleen Knox, the chairman of
the Rushing committee, and Kathleen
Allen put a big lot of mischief into
the Dart of the "Imp," a freshman.
Tom Wbtt played "Hawkins the But
fVi s $ rfH ".! a w, $
iir i I rjkVT m-4m r wz t-xr J
cards krJJ. JIJLJLlLfA L JL C1JJA CP
rail people in honor of Mrs. James L
Ord, who is the guest of Col. and Mrs.
R. D. Read.
Col. and Mrs. Joseph Garrard enter
tained a few guests informally at
dinner Saturday night at their home in
rort Bliss, and following the dinner,
the party attended the week end
dance at the Country club. The guests
were Capt. and Mrs. George P. Tyner.
Mrs. Jackson, of Mobile, Ala., Miss
Edna Hirshinger. of Charlotte, N. C,
l.ieut William A. Raborg and Lieut.
Welton M. Modisette.
Mrs H O. Perkins save an informal
dinner Saturday evening at her home
on West Franklin street, complimen
tary to her sister, Mrs. Kate Farn
ham Among the guests were: Mrs.
7'arnhm. Mrs. A. Voiland, of Kansas
City. Mo, Miss Julia Mallow, Wil
bur Smith, of Kansas City, F. Nichols,
of St. Louis, and John Lowe.
Recipes of Our Pioneer Mothers
for the home treatment of disease
were wonderfully dependable. True,
they knew nothing of drugs, bnt owed
their success to the roots, herbs and
barks of the field. It is interesting to
note that L-vdia E. Pinkham's Vege
tabl Compound, the most successful
remedy for female ills we have, was
originallj prepared for home use from
one of these recipes. Its fame has now
spread from shore to shore, and thous
ands of American women now well
and strong claim they owe their health
and happiness to Lydla E. Pinkham's
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T ltiated was Stanley Palmer. Lernial
Smith was "Ted Whitney, the captain
of the 'Varsity"' team. Eugene
Thurston was Jack Austin, Preston's
secretary. Nancy Edwards was Nellie
Preston, the bride of ick Preston,
Esther Rice was Louise Ross, who was
otherflee known as Miss Grayson.
Hilda Light played the part of Emily
Elliott, who possessed a conscience,
Tallulah Ellis was Jane, a maid with
literary taste. Merle Dale was "Mrs.
Brown, the stepmother of the foot
ball player and the girls of the Theta
Phi sorority were Ruth Meyers as
Polly Price: Mary Hardy as Elsa
Erneat; Madaline Gawdin as Marjorle
Arnold: Mary Nafe as Marie Swift,
and Mildred Bishop as Molly Bruce.
Miss Eula Harper of the High school
faculty directed the production. In
the intermissions between the acts,
Maurice Bailey sang and Rebecca
Meats, accompanied her. Principal A.
H. Hughey made a brief talk on the
purpose of the pageant and the effort
being made by the school pupils to
present it in the very best manner.
The auditorium -$as very well filled.
Mrs. R. T. Talpis entertained rMf
ly at her home, on Prospect avenue,
with an auction bridge and bunco party
The house was decorated with Ameri
can beauty roses, white carnations and
ferns. Punch, bonbons and salted al
monds were served during the game
and later a two-course luncheon was
served. Mrs. J. A. Shanberg won the
first prise for the highest score In
bridge, with Mrs. B. Swatt second. Mrs
L. L. Goldsmith was the winner of the
first prize in bunco and Mrs. Nathan
Goldoft the second.
Miss Mary Alice Jones entertained
the Beta Beta club Saturday after
noon at her home, 1214 North Camp
bell street, with a bridge luncheon
party. The docorations were daffo
dills and ferns. Following the lunch
eon, bridge was played. Miss Alicia
Swann won tve guest prize and Miss
Gertrude Leighton the club prize. Miss
Hattie Mae Loretz will be the hostess
of the club nest Wednesday. The
club members present were: Misses
Hattie Mae Loretz, Theo Patterson
Florence Reed, Sue Lattner and Mrs.
Harry Vaughan. The guests of the
club were: Mrs. C. M. Lyman, Mrs.
J. K. Griffith, Misses Anna Sorenson,
Hilda Sorenson, Julia Coldwell, Maude
Strickland, Alicia Swann, Lenoir Mar
Preston, the bride of Dick Preston,
who is visiting Miss Theo Patterson.
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The meeting of the Saturday Card
club at the home of Miss Mabelle
Bryan was postponed until nest Sat
urday. Mrs. 'A. J. Fullan entertained Sat
urday afternoon at her home 131$
North El Paso street, in honor of Miss
Frances FKsgerald, of Chicago, 111.
The occasion was a luncheon bridge
party. Saint Patrick's day was ob
served in the decorations, which were
of green and white, the luncheon fav
ors being Irish harps and shamrocks.!
following tne luncneon bridge was
played. Miss Karma Deane winning the
prize for the highest score. Miss
Fitzgerald was presented with an at
tractive souvenir of the occasion. The
latter part of the afternoon was de
voted to dancing.
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Mrs. W. T. Davidson was the host
ess Saturday afternoon, at a delight
fully informal bridge party for the
army women of the post, given com
plimentary to Mrs. WHHara Denton
and Mrs. John W. Sherwood, two re
cent brides in the lath cavalry. The
guests of honor and the player at
each table' making the highest score
received a corsage boquet of violets
and roses. Those receiving the flow
ers were: Mrs. John L. DeWitt. Mrs.
LeRoy Eltinge, Mrs. W. W. Dudley
and Mrs. John H. Lewis. Jmong the
guests were: Mesdames Frederick Per
kins, Robert D. Read. M. M. McNamee,
W. & Graves, George C. jSarnhardt,
John H. Lewis, Ernest D. Scott, Harry
I. Coot eg, John L. DeWitt, LeRoy
Eltinge, Howard R. Hickok, F. W.
Hard, E. P. RockhilL M. B. Wesson,
W. W. Dudley, Charles Stevenson,
Bertram Johnteon, A. F. Hill. Follow
ing the games, dainty refreshments
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Great New Novel
"You Never Know Your Luck"
in the April Munsey
WHEN this novel goes into book form after it has appeared in
The Munsey, it will cost you $1.50; in Munsey s Magazine it
will cost you 15 cents, and in The Munsey you get it first
Sir Gilbert Parker is unquestionably one of the first novelists of the
day, and one of the most popular. His books, at $1.50 a copy, sell
up into ' the hundreds of thousands some of them as much as
400,000. With so tremendous a sale at $1.50, what ought the sale to
be at only 15 cents ? Four million copies, I should say, but as the
edition of Munsey 's Magazine for April is limited to 500,000
copies, there will be, on this theory, 3,500,000 disappointed persons.
If, therefore, you want to make sure of this new
Parker novel at a cost of 15 cents, you would do
well to gelt busy with your newsdealer before
his supply of the April Munsey is exhausted.
SasJ5SjK Kid Fitting W'
B you eat
or jufc "tread"?
Try Tip-Top enH learn
Mrs. M. M. McNamee will entertain
on Friday in honor of Mrs. P. W.
Hurd, of Omaha, who is the guest of
Capt and Mrs. H. R. Hickok.
Miss Julia Morse entertained a num
ber of her friends Saturday afternoon
with a bunco party at her home. 1505
Mundy avenue. Mrs. George C. Morse
assisted her daughter in entertaining.
Helen Murdock and Jane Burges were
the prize -winners in the bunco srames.
Following these, a dainty luncheon
was served at the card tables. All
the decorations were in green and
white for the Saint Patrick's season,
and the tally cards were Saint Pat
rick postcards, tied with ribbons.
Among the guests were: Misses Helen
Murdock, Helen Reading, Frances
Clayton, Margaret Schuster, Marga
ret Berry, Dorothy Williame, Dorothy
VoIlertSen, Janie aCcCutcheon, Marion
Howe, Jane Surges. Annette Morse,
Winifred Woods. Winifred Shelton,
Birdie Krupp, Mary Caples, Nancy
Edwards, Anne Pitman and Josephine
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Capt Morton F. Smith and Capt
and Mrs. Wilson B. BUrtt were given
a farewell party Saturday afternoon
bv the officers of the regimental mess
or tne zuw inianty, at the infantry
camo at Fort Bliss. Capt Smith left
Sunday afternoon for West Point
where he wil) assume his new duties
as commandant of the cadets in the
United States Military academy. Cafct
anl Mrs. Burtt leave today for Cali
fornia, where the captain has been
detailed as inspector-instructor of the
California state militia. The farewell
party was given in the new amuse
ment hall of the regiment, recently
completed by the chaplain of the reg
iment Capt. John T. Axton. The
guests of honor formed the receiving
line. During the afternoon a band
concert was played by the 20th in
fantry band in front of the amuse
ment hall, and later dancing was en
joyed. Light refreshments were
served, Capt Robert W. Mearns and
Lieut Hugo D. Schultz, officers In
charge of the mess, formed the enter
tainment committee. . About 150 of
ficers of the various regiments sta
tioned in this district called to extend
their good .wishes to Capt Smith and
Capt and Mrs. Burtt
The "Coyotes Riding club" members
rode horseback Sunday afternoon go
ing down the valley In the party were
Miss Edna Richardson. Miss Pet Rich
ardson. Phil Holzman, Charles Otis and
El Pasoans Returning
George G. Morse, who has been
away for tha past two weeks, In east
Texas, has returned.
D. C. Booth has returned from a trip
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.ijlilBil . jMajjiuujuiiiji JJSSSIL- "jmii
NEW ORLEANS TO NEW YORK
"OHE HUNDRED GOLDEN HOURS AT SEA"
Sailings Wednesdays and Saturdays from New Orleans
Meals aad berth furnished, making fare leu
than via ail-rail routes
MAGNiriCENT SHIPS SPLENDID SERVICE
F-r forth-r lal-mwtlwi, ttterratioBf aad tickcti, call mini local ticket m
A large number of army people and
El Pasoans attended the Country club
dance Saturday night, in spite of the
chilly weather. Among some of the
dancers were: Col. and Mrs. Joseph
Garrard, Col. and Mrs. Frederick Per
kins, Maj. and Mrs. C. N. Barney,
Capt. and Mrs. Howard R. Hickok,
Capt. and Mrs. Aubrey Lippincott,
Capt and Mrs. Ernest D. Scott. Capt
and Qlrs. John H. Lewis, Capt and
Mrs. John L. DeWitt, Capt and 'Mrs.
Georsre P. Tvner. Lieut and Mra TT
t A. Meyer, Lieut and Mrs. W. W. West
oj., ueuL ana ..nrs. .rcaipto 'laioot, Jr.,
Lieut and Mrs. Leland. Wadsworth.
Lieut and Mrs. Bertram Johnson, and
Lieut and Mrs. D. H. Scott; Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mitch
ell, Mr. and 3Is. Ernest Harms, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Semple, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R, Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Lathrop, Mr. and Mrs. Alves Dixon.
Mr. and Mrs. Kuno Doerr. Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Brown, Dr. and Mrs. L. G.
Witherspoon, Dr. and Mrs. John W.
Sherwood, Mr. and Mra "Waters Davis;
Mesdames Stanley Johnson, A. T. Hill,
Wm. J. Freeman, T. M. Corcoran, M.
M. McNamee, Nancy Judson, of St
Paul, Minn., P. W. Hurd, of Omaha,
. tv. uuaiey, Jessie &. jee. ivenneth
Oliver. E. P. RockhilL Maude Deane
and Max, Weber; Misses Karma Deane,
Anne Lee Gaines. Virginia Semple,
Hilda Sauer, Edna Hirshinger, of
Charlotte, N. C, Valleria Garrard. Le
mire Nebeker, Alice Wulff, Olive
Davis, Maria Smiley, of Pittsburg;
Capt Frederick T. Arnold. Capt.
George H. Rates. Capt John D. Long,
Lieut. R. O. Henry. Lieut. Robert C.
Cotton. Lieut. Dale P. McDnnnia
Lieut Walter H. Neill, Lieut Neil G.
Finch, Lieut James P. Yancey, Lieut
Walton M. Modisette. Lieut William
A. Raborg; Messers. Felix Somerfeld,
M. F. Church, John Kirkpatrlck,
Gunther Lessing, J. Smith, W. F.
Payne, W. H. Hawkins, Ted Hough
ton, E. Rivo, Ralph AVlngo, James L.
Marr, James Curtis, Hugh Mac Mich
aels. Carl Stall, W. M. Drury, A. M.
Roxby, Ballard Coldwell, Robert Hol
iday, Robert 'Martin. Garnett King.
Page Kemp, F. G. Garza, Alberto Ma
dero, Britton Davis. .Roger Brown,
Dexter, Horton, Dexter, Maple, Jervis
Deane, Gist Russell, Dr. E. R. Carpen
J Automobiling j
Mrs. C. E. Kelly and children motorea
to Ysleta Sunday in their Cadilac car.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Harris, with Mrs.
J. H. Hurxthal, motorea to Ysleta Sun
day. Mr. ana Mrs. H. W. Broaddus drove
down the valley to Ysleta Sunday with
their family in their Overland car.
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Mr. . and Mrs. . Fred Woodworth. in
their Bulck car, motored to Ysleta Sun
day. J. H. Hurxthal and F. P. Prelsler
made the trip to Ysleta Sunday on
i"Bir jncuan motorcycles.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sharp. In their
Ford, motored to Las Cruces Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamel were their
Mrs. Ernest Harmes, in her Chalmers
car, motored down the valley with Mrs.
James Vance, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stockard nrove
out to Hueco tanks Sunday in their
Bulck car. Their guests were Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Ederley.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Primm, in their Lo
zier car. motored out the Hueco tanka
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Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Cleveland, of La3
Cruces, motored to Bl Paso Sundav in
their Cleveland car.
,p- R- Smith, of Las Cruces .drove to
El Paso Sunday in his Abbott Detroit
car, to be here for a short time.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cox and A. S.
GodeI, of Silver City, motored in a Mo
line car to El Paso Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Martin motored to
Ysleta Sunday with Mr. and Mra Chris
Hagerty in Mr. Martin's Chalmers car,
and had breakfast at the Valley Inn
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Booker motored to
isleta Sundav in their Chalmers "six"
and had luncheon at the Valley inn
Alderman c K Leavell is driving a
new Chplmcrs "six."
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SIR GILBERT PARKER
Author of "The Right of Way," "The Money Master,'
"Seats of theMizhty," "The Judgment House."
with a full book-length novel published complete each issue, has hit
a new high place in magazine making. I have been studying for a
dozen or fifteen years to hnd a way to give tne public brand-new,
high-grade books at a price not to exceed 25 cents a copy. I have just now solved the problem through
publishing them in my magazine not serial publication, but as complete as if actually in book form.
And in The Munsey they are printed on fine book paper, from large, clear type, and are profusely illustrated.
The Munsey is jam full of good stuff. Its complete novel covers only one side of it. The other side is
rich in illustrations, worth-while articles, short fiction and other material a magazine practically double
the size of the average magazine.
On all news-stands, 15 cents a copy; $1.50 a year.
FRANK A. MUNSEY, . NEW YORK
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Miss Eva D. Hocpfner and Alfred
Sowell were married Saturday after
noon at the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hoepfner, at 51T
North Campbell street Rev. J. F. Wil
liams, pastor of the First Baptist
church, performed the ceremony. Miss
.noepmer wore a gown of blue taffeta,
trimmed with lace, and carried white
carnations. Miss Hattie Rue, her
bridesmaid, wore blue chiffon and also
carried white carnations. Mr. Sowell
was attended by Henry Davis as best
man. Only the relatives were present
at the wedding. Following the cere
mony a wedding supper was servea.
Mr. and Mrs. Sowell left for Magdalena,
N. M-. which will be their future home.
Mrs. Sowell wore a going away suit or
tango color, with hat to match. Both
young people are very well known here,
having lived here for several years. Mi..
Sowell has recently gene into the au
tomobile business in Magdalena, N. M.
Out Of Town Visitors
Mrs. Grace O. Ellis is now at her old
home in Uvalde, Texas, and will spend
several months, occupying the Ellis
homestead. Mrs. Ellis -has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Francis Moore,
during the winter.
Mrs. S. T Culliton. of Seattle. Wash.,
has left for her heme, after spending
about six weeks with Mrs. Lenora
Bailey, at S17 Olive street
Mr. and Mra William McCoy, who
have been spending some time in El
Paso, will leave soon for Denver, Colo.
Miss Shirley Baxter, of Denver, Colo.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Tynllall,
for a short time.
Mrs. A. Voiland, who has been vis
iting in El Paso, will leave this week
for her home in Kansas City, Mo.
"DM you ever see a man jump a mintnfi
claim r staked Tenderfoot Tim. "Yes." re
plied Rattlesnake Fete: "JmanlBg a daim
isn't anything ranch, " I've seen a man swal
low a mining prospectus" Washington Star.
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Pronounces CInecne Park noil
At quality; analysts upon
Tobin Real Estate Co.
The Post Office Is Behind.
F. Nichols, of St. Louis, who has
Mary McCury and Irma Vance gave a been spending some time in El Paso,
leave soon lor nis nome.
.na j .u..-w...l7 nuu u iua , OUV.G (BfC til
surprise shower to Miss Jessie McCury,
who will be married to T. J. York in
April. The table was decorated with
carnations and many beautiful presents
were receiveu Dy .h.ss McCury. Re
freshments were served.
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Women s Organizations
Mrs. M. L. Golden has been appointed
by the W. C. T. U. to distribute tem
perance literature about the library,
the chamber of commerce and the 1'.
M. C A. and Y. W. C. A. buildings.
Mrs. R. T. Wood entertained the
members of the Busy Six club Sat
urday afternoon at her home on Wy
oming street The afternoon was spent
in sewing ad later, light refresh
ments were served by the hostess. The
ciud's next meeting will bo April 4,
with Mrs. Sheldon in the Alexandria
El Pasoans Away
Mrs. William Tankstaff has gone to
visit her mother, Mrs. J. B. McCabe. in
Bisbee,- Ariz. Her husband will join
her there later.
Mrs. Bwing Thomason and little son.
Billy, have gone to Ft Worth and
Gainesville, for a protracted visit
Lodges and Clubs
The members of Willow Grove cir
cle, W. O. W., held a short business
meeting Saturday night
We skin 'em all. Crescent Cleaning
i Works, phone 4091. will call.r Adv.
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Is Your Baby's
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Government has ex
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dairies, and says that
in every 200 only 8
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We Perfect Itemore Correct
Unshapely Noses, Outstanding
Bars. Drooping Eyelid. Hollow
Cheeks. Baggy Skin.
Pimples and Blackheads. Wrinkles
and Scars. Smallpox Fittings.
Warts, and Moles. Freckles. Su
perfluous Hair. Birth Marks.
Frowns and Furrows, Enlarged
Pores. Double Chin, Sallow Skin.
GRCE A. BKNSON"
Fnce Specialist of Chicago
Room SOS Herald Building
El Paso, Tex.
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