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El PASO HERALD
12 Tuesday, November 24, 1914
SOCIET Y'S DOINGS
The Army.
IJut Henrv A. Meyer has been re-
lleved from duty with the signal corps
and assigned to the 10th cavalry.
Mrs. Louis J. Van Schalek left El
Paso Monday for Galveston, where she
will join Capt. Van SChaick on his ar
rival with the Seventh infantry from
Vera Cruz, Mex.
Capt J. H- Lertls. of the 13th cav-j
airy, who came from Columbus to at
tend the horse show, remained for the
performance of David Warfjeld and re
turned to Columbus Tuesday.
Capt. Allen J. Greer, of the 16th in
fantry, left El Paso Tuesday for Fort
Leavenworth, Kas. He will enter the
staff class at the army service School,
to which only honor graduates of the
school are eligible.
HOW PARIS STYLE MAKE
MUCH HAIR FROM LITTLE
You have noticed the prevailing
hair styles, which are Parisian, make
It impossible to use false hair because
of the simple, lines which conform to
the natural shape of the head. It
therefore becomes necessary, to make
your own hair look as heavy as pos
sible. This is not a difficult task If
you are careful to keep it perfectly
clean. In washing the hair It b not
advisable to use a makeshift, but al
t ways use a preparation made for sham
poolng only. You can enjoy the best
'that is known for about three cents a
'shampoo by getting a package or
j'canthrox from your druggist; dissolve
' a. teaspoonful in a cup of hot water and
jyour shampoo is ready. After its use
'the hair .dries rapidly with uniform
j color. Dandruff, excesB oil and dirt
are dissolved and entirely disappear.
Tour hair will be so fluffy that It will
look much heavier than it is. Its lustre
'and softness will also delight you,
while the stimulated scalp gains the
Jjealth which Insures hair growth.
Advertisement
ACID STOMACHS ARE
DANGEROUS
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"Acid" stomachs are dangerous be
cause acid irritates and inflames the
delicate lining of the stomach, thus
hindering and preventing the proper
action of the stomach, and leading to
probably nine-tenths of the cases of
stomach trouble from which people
suffer. Ordinary medicines and me
dicinal treatments are useless In such
cases, for they leave the source cf the
trouble, the acid in the stomach, as
dangerous as ever. The acid must be
neutralized, and its formation pre
vrntod. and the best thing for this
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magnesia, a simple antacid, taken In a
little warm or cold water after eating,
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but also prevents the fermentation
from which acidity Is developed. Foods
which ordinarily cause distress may
bp eaten with impunity if the meal is
followed with a little bisurated mag
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druggist, and should always be kept
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Thanksgiving
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Womerfs Organizations.
Mrs. George Beaudett will entertain
the Philathea Sewing circle of TrinltJ
Methodist church Saturday afternoon.
The birthday social of Mattice Tem
ple, Pythiart Sisters, was given Monday
night In the Knights of Pythias Ball
with the following, whose birthdays
occurred during November and Decem
ber, as hostesses: Mrs. G. C. Tatum.
Mrs. F. McDanlel and Mrs. Mary E.
Drew. These were assisted by Mrs
Eugene Williams, most excellent chief
of the order. A brief business meet
ing was first held and then the even
ing devoted to sociability. Light re
freshments were served. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Tatum, Mr. and Mrs.
F. McDanlel, Mr. and Mrs. John Brun
ner, Mesdames Eugenia Perkins, II. .
Love, Lilly Harry, Lula Mattice, Ma
tilda Burroughs, H. E. Brown, Forest
Baker. Mary Van Mourick, M. Lippman,
F. D. Scotten; Misses Elaine bcotten,
Grace James, Eva Weeks and Ella
Robinson; Messrs. J- J. Kaster, John
Wyler and W. L. Robinson.
The Ponsonge camp fire circle met
Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
K. P. Rankin, jr., the guardian. The
time was spent in recording the honors
tha,t the girls have earned through the
past month in performing their camp
fire duties. Among the girls present
were Dorla Wetkatska, Elizabeth
Kuhlman. Gladys Wooters, Lola Bush
ong, IMythe Ford and Guenn HoucK.
The girls of the Arsenal camp fire
circle met Monday afternoon at the
home of their guardian, Mrs. G. A.
Thumm, on Nevada street The after
noon was devoted to reporting on the
honors won by the girls In their vari
ous camp fire duties of the month.
Among the girls present were Zelema
Newsome, Virginia Dawson. Gentry
Hudnall, Daisy Hudnall, Bethel Os
borne, Helen Mathews and Imogene
Mulligan. The gjrls or this camp fire
will start sewing their ceremonial in-'
dlan costumes at the meeting next week.
The costumes will be made -entirely by
the girls. The general council of all
the camp fire circles will be held Sat
urday afternoon on the mesa.
Musical.
r-nmnlimentarv to Miss Emily Rob
erts, of Terrell, Texas, who Is visiting
Mrs. Clarence S. Plckrell, a delightful
muscial was given Monday afternoon
by Miss Pauline Bryan and Miss
Mabelle Bryan, at their home on Mon
tana street The house was simply
but prettily decorated with boquets of
pink and white chrysanthemums about
the rooms. Those taking part in the
musical program of the afternoon were
Miss Lauramaude F!ns, Miss Georglna
Martin, Miss Hilda Sauer, Miss Emily
Kemp, Miss Mary Robertson and Miss
Pauline Bryan, who sang solo selec
tions, accompanied by Miss Mabelle
Bryan. Miss Clara Fink played violin
solos. Miss Janet Mack recited. Fol
lowing the program, refreshments were
served. Mrs. Clarence S. Pickrell
poured tea and the hostesses were as
sisted in serving by their mother, Mrs.
W. H. Bryan. Among the guests were
Mesdames William Walz, Clarence
Pickrell, It. L. Slaughter, Fanning
Stevens, J. E. Townsend and Percy Mc
Ghee, jr.. Misses Emily Roberts, of
Terrell, Katherine Edgar, of Boston,
Augusta Anne Reese. Eleanor Math las,
Hedwig Mathias, Frances Mayfield,
Mary Lewis, Violet Altken. Virginia
Stewart Olive Davis, Hazel Davis, Ger
trude Leighton, Mary Lelghton, Con
stance Pateman. Harriett Bryan, Mar
garet Bryan, Marlon Young. Margaret
Young, Emily Komp," Georglna Martin,
Lauramaude Fink, Clara Fink, Hilda
Sauer, Blanche Davis, Margaret Davis,
Mary Robertson, Meta Ormsbee, Emilie
Ormsbee, Estelle Berrien, Janet Mack
and Eleanor Eubank.
About El Pasoans.
Kfll T TtOfn- I. !....... nl.fnn
" -- C o lllJlliUVlII ill IWiavuu
hospital, following a severe illness.
Harry Leon, who has been ill at
Motel DIeu, has improved enough to be
able to leave the hospital.
John Drew Is doing nicely at Hotel
DIeu following an operation for ap
pendicitis. Martin Redding is slowly recovering
from a serious operation at Hotel
DIeu.
Robert Piatt who is 111 with typhoid
fever at Hotel DIeu, is improving a
little.
Ramon Benavides, father oi Gen. A.
Benavides, of the Villa forces in Mex
ico, is quite 111 at Hotel DIeu.
Miss Mary Gates Redmond, of El
Paso, who Is ill in Los Angeles, Is re
ported improving.
MiS3 Ruby Stone, who has been 111
since last Friday, has recovered suffi
ciently to be out and about again.
Mrs. M. Nagle is corng nicely after
recently undergoing a Serious surgical
operation at Roiston hospital.
Mrs. A. S. J. Eylar, who was opera
ted on at Hotel DIeu for appendicitis
on October 25, Is now able to be up and
around the house again.
Miss Edith McCleary, who recently
underwent an operation for appendici
tis at Hotel DIeu, has recovered suf
ficiently to be able to return to her
home, 2909 Bliss 'street
Mrs. A. A. Escontrias, who recently
underwent a serious operation at Hotel
DIeu, is improving and is able to be up
a little. She will be able to return to
her home in a few days.
Mrs. Felix P. Miller continues to
slowly improve, after a fery serious
operation at Roiston hospital.
School Notes.
A delightful Thanksgiving enter
tainment will be given by the students
of the El Paso School for Girls Wed
nesday afternoon at 2:46 oclock In the
playroom of the school. The program
will open with two songs by the school,
"Sweet and Low" and "Merry Life."
MInda Laskln will play a piano solo.
A playlet of the pilgrims of New Eng
land, "The First Thanksgiving," will
be given1. Birdie Krupp will act the
role of "Dame Brewster." Margaret
Schuster will be "Elder Brewster." May
Kranzthor will be "Betty Brewster."
"Prlscilla" will be acted by Jane Burges.
Dorothy Williams has the role of "John
Alden." "Miles Sandish" will be por
trayed by Ruth Schwartz. "Governor
Bradford" by Janie Mae Davis. "Pa
tience Horner" will be acted by Lydla
Happer. Charlotte Ormsbee will be
"Giles Horner." Vonla Bray has the
part of "Herbert Winslow." "Chief
Iassasoit" will be acted by Irene Rob
ertson. Miss Stella Treadwell and JIIss
Marjory steuart or the teaching stair
of the school, have prepared the chil
dren for the playlet Following it an
Indian dance in costume will be given
by the following girls, Irene Robert
son, Sadie Ruth Aldridge, Mildred La
Salle, Gladys Buie, Edna Robertson,
Katharine Dick. Margaret Neff, Beatrice
Stiles and Estella Phipps. Miss
Georglna Martin will be the director.
The girls of the school have been giv
ing candy sales at the school to collect
a Thanksgiving donation to the
Woman's Charity association for the
poor of the city.
Weddings.
THE PASO DEL NORTE HOTEL
Will open the season with a dinner
dunce Thanksgiving, the 26th, reserva
tions must be in by noon Thursday.
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Miss Mabel Parnell and William C
Dobie will be married very quietly this v
evening.
Mrs. Marie Mocker and Phillip Mar
cum were married Saturday evening in
the parsonage of the First Methodist
church. Rev. C. Wesley Webdell oer-
I formed the ceremony.
The marriage of Miss Violet Altken,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Aitken, to L. J. Locke will occur Wed
nesday night in the First Presbyterian
church. The wedding service will be
performed by Rev C. L. OverstreeL
The wedding of Miss Clair Reese Cole
man,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Coleman, of 1201 Brown street to Al
bert Jones, of Santa Barbara, Chihua
hua, Mex., will be solemnized Saturday
afternoon at 5:30 oclopk in the Church
of St Clement Rev. Henry Easter will
perform the ceremony. Following the
service, a dinner will be given the
bridal party by Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
J Race, at their home, 1220 Montana
! street The bride to be is very well
iwiuwii, as r,i i-aso nas oeen ner nome
for the past 12 years. The groom elect
is connected with the, American Smelt
ing and Refining company in one of Its
many mining industries and is located
At Tecolotjs, near Santa Barbara. The
bride and groom will leave for Mexico
Sunday morning and will make their
home In Tecolotis.
.
Cards.
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MISS Emilv Roberts r,f TrrMl Tat
I will be the guest of honor at a "500"
party to De given by Mrs. R. L. Slaugh
ter on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. J. Davis Mayfield will entertain
the Monday Afternoon Bridge club on
Wednesday afternoon at her home- on
Trowbridge avenue. The meeting was
postponed from Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. A H. Key entertained
very informally Monday evening at
their home on Myles street The even
ing was spent playing bridge. Dr. and
Mrs. George Brunner won the prizes
for highest scores. Following the
games a light supper was served.
Among those present were Dr. and Mrs.
George Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. Kent
Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hadlock,
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Finney and Mr. and
Mrs. Lea Wllmot
New and Old Floor Finishes
Nu-Way Floor Polish 25c and 50c bottles; Quarts, $1.00; Quarts,,
with mop, $1.50.
Osaple Floor and Furniture Polish 25c and 50c bottles; Quarts, 75c;
Gallons, $2.50.
Liquid Veneer, 25c, 50c and $1.00 bottles.
Waxene Quarts, 50c; S gallon cans. 90c; Gallons, $1.80.
Butcher Boston Floor Wax, 1 lb. can, 60c; 2 lb. can, $1.00.
Johnson's Floor Wax. 1 lb. can, 50c; 2 lb. cans, 90c; 4 lb. can. $1.75.
Old English Floor Wax, the same price as Johnson's.
TUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO.
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APPETITE FOLLOWS
GOODJJIGESTION
Nearly everyone indulges their
appetite and the digestive organs
are abused, resulting In a congestion
of poisonous waste that clogs the
bowels and causes much misery and
distress.
The most effective remedy to cor
rect this condition 13 the combina
tion of simple laxative herbs with
pepsin known as Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. This is a natural,
pleasant-tasting remedy, gentle yet
positive in action, and quickly re
lieves indigestion, constipation, sick
headache, belching, etc. Drug stores
sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin at
fifty cents and one dollar a bottle,
and In thousands of homes it Is the
indispensable family remedy. For a
free trial bottle write Dr. W. B.
Caldwell. 451 Washington St. Mon
tlcello, 111.
ORRINE
FOR DRINK HABIT,
So uniformly successful has ORRINE
been in restoring the vlctime of the
"Drink Habit" into sober and useful
citizens, and so .strong is our confi
dence in Its curative powers, that we
went to emphasize the fact 'that OR
RINE is sold under this positive guar
antee If, after a trial, you get no
benefit, your money will1 be refunded.
ORRINE costs only Jl 00 per box. Ask
for Tree Booklet Kelly & Pollard,
Sheldon Hotel. Advertisement
Out Of Town Visitors.
Mrs. C. E. Booth, of Matfa, Texas, is
111 at Roiston hospital.
Mrs. C. E. Adams has returned to her
home In San Antonio after visiting In
El Paso for some time.
Miss Pauline Harrington and Miss
Esther Harrington, of Noria, N. M., are
in El Paso for a few days' shopping.
J. Church, of Roswell, N. M.. is slow
ly recovering from a severe illness In
El Paso. He is at Roiston hospital.
A baby daughter was born to Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. McGuire, of San Mar
cial. N. M., Saturday at Roiston hos
pita'l. W H Small, of Lordsburg, N. M.. Is
all at Roiston hospital, recovering from
a double fracture of the hip, caused
by a bad fall. .,.. u
Mr and Mrs. Homer Cartwright who
have'-been spending their honeymoon in
California, are in El Paso for a short
time on their way to their home in San
Antonio. Tley are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs Clarence Pickrell.
Miss Daisy Murphy and Miss Frances
Murphy, of Alamogordo. N.M.. spent
the weekend in El Paso with their sis
ter Mrs T. H. Sanders, on their way
from Alamogordo to Albuquerque to
attend the New Mexico Teachers' asso
ciation convention. They will again
pass through El Paso the last of the
week on their return to Alamogordo
and will visit here for a short time.
Dances.
The regular monthly dance of the
Elks' lodge will be given Friday night
at the Elks' clubhouse.
The tlokets for the Charity ball are
becoming in great demand and there is
every indication that the ball will be
the most successful one ever given by
the Charity association. Among the
latest list of people taking tickets are
Mr. and Mrs. Zach T. White, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. W.
W Turney. Mr. and Mrs. Van C. Wilson,
TUf. and Mrs. Edgar KayserJ Mr. and
Mrs. James A Dick. Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Brdaddus, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mundy, Mr.
and Mrs. L. L. Mundy. Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Gaines. Dr. and Mrs. Hugh S. White.
Dr. and Mrs. A-S. Cdchrane, judge and
Mrs. Julius A Buckler, Mr. and Mrs. H.
T. Bowie, Mr. and Mrs. Ross E. Bryan,
Mr. and Mrs. & J. Freudenthal. Mr. and
Mrs. H. R. Gamble, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Kaster, Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCourt
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. J. McCarthy. Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Roger. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ware, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Ziegler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zel
man, Mrs. Sam Silverman, Dr. Alice G.
Merchant Col. John S. Parke, Lieut A.
A. Hickox, Eugene Fox, Tom Newman,
Roger Brown, J. P. O'Connor and Wy a
Harvle.
Parlies.
Mrs J, A. Bennett entertained In
formally Sunday evening in honor of
Miss Emily Roberts, of Terrell, Tex.
The music pupils of St Joseph's
academy celebrated St Cedilla's day
Friday afternoon with a party at the
academy. Among the games played 'for
amusement was bunco. Lucy Burke
won the first prize und Daisy Phelxs
the consolation prize for the older girls
and Geraldlne Ainsa the first prize and
Agnes Morgan the consolation prize
for the little girls. Refreshments were
served during the afternoon. Among
tno girls present were: Margaret
O'Boyle, Katie O'Boyle, Helen Krause,
Jean Krause, Virginia Krause, LaVon
Sarrelis, Daisy Phelps. Zita O'Rourke.
Antonne Luettich, Adeline Burke, Lucy
Burke, Geraldlne Alnsa, Patty Ainsa,
Marion Ainsa, Rose Gillespie. Llllle
Bell Warnock, Julia Linahan, Margaret
McClellan, Agnes Morgan, Anneta
Schlpley, Consuela Seggerman, Anna
Marie Castillo, Grace Johnson, Eliza
beth Kelly. Hazel Johnson, Daisy
McVey, Edith Eickle. Norma Klunlman,
Cedric Klunlman, Anna McLaughlin,
Rose Pozil. Marguerite Smith, Elita
SFellman, Lucille Lyons, Mary Ford
and Elsie McVey.
.
Dinners, Luncheons, Teas.
Miss Eleanor Eubank gave an infor
mal little luncheon Saturday afternoon,
at her home on Montana street compli
mentary to Miss Emily Roberts, of Ter
rell. Tex. The table was attractively
decorated with white chrysanthemums.
Fallowing the luncheon the guests at
ttended the "movie" theaters.
As a farewell compliment to Mrs. C
E. Adams, of San Antonio, who has
been visiting in El Paso for a short
time, a delightful little violet luncheon
was given Monday afternoon at Hotel
Paso del Norte by Mrs. Will Adams.
The table was decorated with quanti
ties of violets and at each guest's plate
lay a corsage boquet of the fragrant
flowers. The guests were Mesadmes
C. E. Adams. Charles Davis, W. W. Tur
ney. J. F. Williams, Frank Coles, W.
D. Wise. Hugh S. White. E. E. Neff and
Lamar Davis.
BOND BIDS ABE
TURNED DOWN
Box Parties.
At the'performance of David Warfleld
in the "Auctioneer," Monday night a
box was occupied by Miss Olive Davis,
Miss Alice Wulff, Lieut George M. Rus
sell and Robert McCarte. In -another
box were Mr. and Mrs. B. M. G. Williams
and their daughter. Miss Dorothy
Williams. Mrs. A. Goodman, Miss
Estella Goodman and Charles Levy
occupied a box. In another box were
Miss Anne Lee Gaines, Miss Martha
Thurmond, Miss Anne Thurmond and
Lieut W. W. Gordon, ' who were the
guests of Joe Peyton. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert RInehart occupied a box. In
another box were Lieut Col. James W.
Arrasmlth, Maj. Thomas J. Dickson,
MaJ. John A. Randolph and Capt John
T. Axton.
El Pasoans Returning.
Alvin E. Voelkel and family have
returned to their home in Grand View
from a six months visit in Germany.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Vox have returned
from Madera, Mex., where they went
two weeks ago on a briej business trip.
R. N. Davis, assistant passenger tick
et agent of the El Paso & Southwest
ern, returned Sunday from Vancouver,
B. C, where he had been for the past
two weeks.
.
El Pasoans Away.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thomason and
little baby have gone to Gainesville,
Texas, for a short visit
Will R. Winch left Tuesday for Kan
sas City, where he was called by the
lllnese of his father. He will probably
be away from the city for several
weeks. E. E. Campbell, of Dallas, will
joun. aner ine Dusiness interests of Mr.
Winch during his absence.
SEGALL CAUSES ARREST.
OF WOMAN IN HOT SPRINGS
Hot Springs. Ari., Nov. 24. A woman
fcimerly of El Paso, was arrested here
on complaint of J R. Segall, of El
laso, and extradition proceedings have
been instituted for her removal to
Texas. She gave a cash bond for her
appearance in court Segall has been
here for more than a week investigat
ing the case, which he says is connect
ed with the robbery of his home in El
Paso in May, 1913.
The Segall home in El Paso was
rebbed about May 14, 1913, when the
screen door was cut, the glass in the
front door removed .-.nd a quantity of
wearing apparel, including a $250
electric sealskin coat, was taken from
the home. In addition to the coat,
a quantity of costly cluny lace was
taken, five dresses, a party coat, five
suits of clothes belonging to Mr. Segall,
a baby cap and some silver spoons.
Recently a friend of Mr. and Mrs.
Segall was visiting in Hot Springs, and
upon his return told Mr. Segall that
he had seen a woman wearing a dress
that was reccgnized as being the one
which Mrs. Segall had" worn. Mr Se
gall went to Hot Springs, retained a
private detective and the arrest fol
lowed. Thp Segill home Is In block 10S. in
Highland Tark, on Savannah street.
New Commissioners Refuse
to Accept Low Bids; Blan
' ton Wants Check.
Upon motion of county commissioner
George Pendell, the commissioners, at
their regular meeting Tuesday morn
ing, rejected all bids for the $360,000
worth of courthouse and jail bonds
and refused to sell the bonds for less
than par and accrued interest. Repre
sentatives of three bonding companies
were present at the meeting and each
announced that, because of the effect of
the European war on the money mar
ket this would be impossible for any
company.
W. A. Myrick, of Beaumont repre
senting the Wm. R. Compton Co., of
St. Louis. Allen Frake, of Chicago,
representing the C. W. McNear Co.;
and John S. Curtiss, representing the
Curtiss-Manning Co. of this city,
appeared before the commissioners.
Each of the three representatives said
they had' an offer to submit to the
county commissioners for the purchase j
motion not to sell the bonds for less
than Far and accrued interest they
announced that it would be imnossible
for them to make such an offer.
Anks Return of Check.
E. B. Blanton, manager of the Com
monwealth Trust Co., of Houston,
whose check for $3600 was deposited
by the commissioners Saturday after
they had held that the company's con
tract to purchase the bonds had be
come null and void, wired the commis
Vioners Tuesdav to return the check
He held that the commissioners had no .
posited orily as a forfeit
His telegram read:
"Surprised you would send us such
a message as you did today. Contract
for purchase of El Paso county court
house bonds for $360,000 has been out
of existence several months. County
judge Eylar fully understands and,
long sftice, made statement to McGrady,
our representative in your city, that
the county made no claim for our check
of $3600. We demand return of our
two checks $3600 and $300." The tele
gram was received and filed but no
further action was taken.
Repairs to the Chester street bridge,
in Government Hill, was referred to D.
White; road "-eperlntendent
The following officials had their
bonds aptroved: J. D. ponder, county
treasurer; Miss Myra C. Winkler, super
intendent of public institution; James
intendent of county schools; James
Clifford, road commissioner; J. M.
Deaver. justice of the peace, E. B. Mc
Clintock, Justice of the neace; J. J.
Murphy, justice of the peace; C B.
Sheridan, justice of the peace.
Girl Admits Stealing
To Pay For Education
Chicago, lit, Nov. 24. Accused of
having stolen money and trinkets from
other students, Florence Urlas, a
student at the school of oratory at the
Northwestern university, was held in
custody Monday night According to
the police, she confessed she took the
articles, saying she wanted to pay for
her education.
Her foster father. Maurice T. Tost of
Omaha, was notified. In Omaha she
was known as Florence Tost
EARTHQUAKE WITHIN 1200
MILES OF CAPITAL RECORDED
Washington, D. C, Nov. 24. Earth
quake shocks were recorded today on
the seismograph of Georgetown uni
versity, beginning at 7:20 a. m.. and
continuing an hour and six minutes.
The center of the disturbance was cal
culated to bo about 1200 miles from
Washington and the observers believed
It to be within the United States.
PRESIDENT PAYS TRIIIUTE
TO AJIHASSADOR HEimiCIC
Washington, D. C . Nov. 24 Presi
dent Wilson paid a tribute today to
Myron T. Herrick, who is retiring as
ambassador to France to be succeeded
o j December 1 by William G. Sharp.
Mr. Wilson said he had been very much
pleased with Mr. Hernck's work and
that his conduct during the trying days
nf thft war in the French canital had
been so admirable he had been left In
charge as long as possible.
The president added, however, that
he felt he could not keep two ambas
sadors in x ranee any longer than was
necessary. Mr. Herrick is retiring
ft cm the diplomatic service and re
turning to the United States.
Remember, clean coal and full weights
mean fuel economy. R C. Semple, suc
cessor Southwestern Fuel Co., phone
531. Advertisement.
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C Oe D. Grocery
PknnAo Grocery Dept.
Meat Dept.
4340
4346
THANKSGIVING SPECIALS
Compare Our Prices and Quality With Others
We do not give Trading Stamps, but give you the value in prices
and quality. Below are prices on some of our goods. No specials,
but everyday prices.
Fancy Grapes,
per lb
fancy Florida Grape
Fruit, 3 for
Fancy Jonathan
Apples, per box. . .
Fancy Spitsenburg (t 7 K
Apples, per box. . . V JL f O
Fancy Gano
Apples, jier box. .
10c
25c
.75
$1.20
Green Beartg,
2 lbs
Green Peaq,
2 lbs
Green Lima, Beana,
2 ibn r...
. Extra Large Celery,
3 bunches
Fancy Tomatoes,
3 lbs
25c
25c
.25c
25c
25c
Durkee'a Salad Dress
ing, picnic size
Durkee's Salad Dress
ing, medium size
Durkee's Salad Dress
ing, large size
Beechnut Peanut But
ter, small size
Beechnut PeanutBut-
ter, medium sizpT
Beechnut Peanut But
ter, large size
10c
25c
45c
10c
15c
30c
3 Large Cans Carna- cr
tionMilk ZuC
6 Small Cans Carna- "p"
tionMilk dtUC
3 Cans Extra Standard i
Tomatoes, No. 2.
3 Cans Extra Standard r v
Corn, No. 2 DC
2 Cans Daisy Peas, ftp;
No.2 ZOC
3 10c pkgs. National
Biscuit Co.'s Goods. .
25c
25c
2 lbs. Fancy Evapo
rated Peaches
2 lbs. Fancy Evapo
rated Prunes
2 lbs. Fancy Evapo
rated Apples
2 lbs. Fancy Evapo
rated Figs
2 lbs. Fancy Evapo
rated Apricots
Extra Large Pkg.
Seedless Raisins
Extra Fancy Table
Raising, pkg
Fancy Imp. CrystalUed
Cherries, lb
25c
25c
25c
25c
35c
15c
20c
60c
Fancy Imp. Crystalized ,
Pineapple, lb '
Fancy Imp. Crystalized ,
Fruits, assorted, lb. . . .
Fancy Orange and
Lemon Peel, lb
Fancy Citron,
per lb '
Fancy Currants,
2 pkgs. for
Fancy Seeded Raisins,
per pkg
Shell Pecans, Walnuts i
and Atmonds, fresh, lb.
,40c
Blue Ribbon Butter,
none better, per lb. . ,
2 lbs 75c
Blue Ribbon Eggs, Afin
strictly fresh, per doz. . TT f C
Blue Ribbon Flour, Qn
24 lb. sacks i?UC
Blue Ribbon Flour, d - 7E
4S lb. sacks J 1 . i O
Blue Ribbon Coffee, o g
per lb OwC
Fancy Imp. Swiss
Cheese, per lb
Fancy Imp. Roquefort
Cheese, per lb
Fancy Imp. Brick
Cheese, per lb
Fancy American Cream
Cheese, per lb
Pimento Cheese,
in jars, each
HcLoren's Imperial
Cheese, jar 15c and. . .
45 c
60c
25c
25c
20c
20c
Heinz Sweet Pickles,
per doz
Hejnz Dill Pickles,
per doz
fieiBZ Chow Chow,
per pint
Heinz S,wet Belish,
per pint
Heinz Mince Meat,
per lb ,
Heinz Sauerkraut,
per lb
10c
20c
20c
Place vour orders now for
Thanksgiving Turkeys All M
Home Dressed Fresh Oysters
and K. C. Meats.
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MODERN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS.
004 West Boulevard. DAY and NIGHT SCHOOL. Phone 2SI.
All Commercial Subjects and Spnnbb.
I have more applications from business firms for office help than 1 can supply
Competency Is demanded. Send for Course of Study, It provides a liberal edu
cation. JURY I. STANTOX, Principal.
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