VARIED PROGRAM FOR THE WOMAN'S CLUB;
AN INTERESTING WEEK FOR LOCAL SOCIETY
RINGING from the classical to the
intensely amusing, a program
that promises an unusually inter
. -ting afternoon's entertainment will
l)p given by the music department of
the Woman's club Wednesday after
noon in the auditorium of the High
m liool. The program will begin at 3
... link promptly. It will be divided into
The chorus will sing tho .opening
m.hk. "Fly Singing Bird. Fly." ur Bd
k.ii with violin oblistato played by Mrs
I V. f-ennessv and Miss Alicia O'Neill.
Tin- lenialnder of the first part will
J.. i.(uiietl by a scene from Balfe's
ii.riir-mlaii OirL" Mrs. Ralph J. Wil
...., will he "Arlinc:" Parvln Wittc.
1 1 .nWVu:" Thomas A. Christian,
I .Ml- Hoof;" and Mrs. Walter V.
II on-., the Gypsy queen. Mrs. It.
ilsmi will sing. "I Dreamt That I
1'w.U in Marble Halls." Mr. Witte will
mi u 'Thci' You'll Remember Me." The
.1 ii -This Is Thy Deed." will be sung
l.v !is Howe and Mr. Christian.
In the tccond part of the program.
tin- sl:ie will represent a school room
v itii r.dwln C. Knlckmeyer as the
1......1... ......... nA I.a .thr nartielnjllltK
. oMumed as children. They will sing
Improving Songs by Anxious Chil
.ir. ii." and these songs will be "Ques
tions" by Miss Anne Lee Rix with the
.Il.ius "The I.iar." by Thomas A.
chri'tian: "Good Ellen," by Mrs. George
Hninncr. "Naughty Boy." by Parvin
W'tte "Stunt." by Mrs. Ralph M. Hen-
1. isn: "Vanity." by Mrs. A. H. Gold
.i..ii,, "War." by Thomas A. Christian:
Humility," by Miss Anne L,ee Rix;
Wh ?" by Mrs D. G Booth. Mrs. R. F.
Mobson and Edwin C. Knlckmever.
ipi-ning the third part of the, pro
cram, the chorus will sing "I Knew a
T.ovelv Garden." by D'Hardolet. Haydn's
To S- mphony" will be played by the
orchestra as the final number of the
proETam. In the orchestra are: Mrs. D.
V Fennessv and Miss Alicia ONelll.
ilolins: Mrs. James Graham McNary.
ninno. Mrs George Brunner. cuckoo;
Mrs R P Mosson, rattle: Mrs. D. C.
Booth. '"quail:" Mrs. A. H. Goldstein.
tnaiic'e. Miss Anne Lee Rix, "nightin
gale " Parvin Witte. horn, and Thomas
'hristian. drum. Mrs. James G. Mc
Nai and Mrs. Frances Weill will be the
ar.-ompantst for the soloists and cnor-
Mrs Ralph Henderson is In charge of.
the program and is the chorus director.
Tn the chorus are the following: Mes
.lames W R. Sctaitst. W. Haden. R. P.
Mosson. T). C. Bootb. Anna Depew. J.
r Twidall, Henry Clay Greer; Misses
An :ie Lee Rix. Ella reck and Dora
Mi in. . .
Manv of the program numbers will
.. snng in appropriate costume and the
lBtform. will be arranged as a stage
IT "K TC
Mrs. W. TV May field gave a very
piettih apoolnted luncheon-bridge
parf Saturday at her home on Mon
tana street to announce the engage
ment of her daughter. Miss Frences
JIb field, to F. M. Beall. There were
seven tables of guests. A color .plan
of pink and -green was carried out in
the decorations of the tables and the
rooms. Pink candles in silver and crys
tal sticks ornamented each table
Pm'K carnations and ferns were the
nlace favors at each guest's plate. The
l.uilf elect's table was laid with Chi
nese embroidered dollies and orna-tnf-nte.l
with green ribbon streamers
eter.dlng over tl.e table. In the cen
ter was a silver candelabra with pink
T.ndles In the luncheon, which was
er cj in four courses, the pink and
reen of the color plan wa repeated.
The cakes were iced in pink with the
ltteiB "M.-B." in green Icing. On the
recrse side of the place cards was
nr;nfii a picture of the bungalow
-nhich will be the home of the bridal
rouple and on the other side the names
Frances Blvthe Mayfield and Francis
Minck Besll. with the date of the wed
Mnv. April 7. 191S.
ollowing the luncheon, bridge was
the pastime of the afternoon. Among
those present were Misses Frances
Mayfield, Virginia Stewart, Lemire
Nebeker. Hilda Sauer, Estelle Berrien,
Margaret Young, Marion Young, Elea
nor Eubank, Walker McCIellan, Anne
Lee Gaines. Olive Davis. Klsinor Shel
ton. Alice Wulff, Lauramaude Fink,
Tiuth MeCurdy. Martha Thurmond. Au
gusta Anne Reese. Louise McCormlck,
Virginia Hall. Kate Stoker, Mary Tur
ner Nations. Geraldine Merchant.
Wilma Elliott. Katharine Edgar. Mes
dames J. Davis Mayfield. William
"Wal. Carolyn Payne Harris and Rob
ei t Krakauer.
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"NEW EXCHANGED FORr-OLD"
Discussion of the plans for the form
ing of the peimanent treasury fund for
the Sam Houston debating society
occupied most of the meeting of the
society held Friday night in the high
school building. This fund will be the
topic of an address to be made by the
president. Fred L. Hunter, af the meet
ing next Friday night. Eugene Thurs
ton will give a humorous talk at this
meeting and George Newell will talk
Mrs. Edith Graham Coyne entcrtalnsil
the children of the lower grades of the
public schools with two interesting
fairy stories Friday afternoon at the
weekly story hour of .the public library.
The stories told were "Peter" and "Tii
Twelve Wild Swans." There was a
large number of children present. The
stories are told once a week, on Friday-
afternoons, Immediately after the
close of school.
Whether Mark Antony, or Brutus, trai
the greater patriot of old Rome, will be
debated by the members of the Weh-ster-Hayne
Debating cllub of the high
eighth grade of the Lamar school next
Friday Afternoon. On the side uphold
ing Brutus will be Virginia Hail an-J
Hermlne Meece. .Krnfred Berg and
Rosa Rodriguez will defend Mark An-
4 tony. The debate will be heldacit th
meeting of the club Friday alternoon
Shaksperean selections were given by
J. Strawn de Sllva. Ja Portuguese actor,
at the high school' auditorium Friday
night, under the auspices of the high
school. Mr. de Silva gave the readings
in costume and was assisted by several
of the high school students. Cardinal
, Woteey's farewell speech from "'Henry
VIII was the nrst reading with aei
ferson Mitchell as "Cromwell." Wol-
sey's servant and Mr. de Silva. as the 1
cardinal. Shylock s reply to Antonio s
request for the loan of 30(0 ducats was
given first by Mr. de Pilva burlesquing
an amateur and then In costume with
Ashley Glllett as Antonio. Between
the readings were musical selections.
Miss Ida Hunter played piano solos and
William Bias played violin solos. Miss
Coral Bias played his piano accom
paniment. The entertainment was well
Parents of the Bailey school children
were entertained by the Parent-Teachers'
association -of the school Friday
night with an Interesting program
given in the kindergarten room of lh
school building. T. S. Settle, the- field
secretary of the National Playground
association, gave a jnost interesting
talk on playground work. Miss Iwla
Jones, director of the klndcrgartjn of
the Bailey school, talked about the
kindergarten work in the school. A
particularly pleasing" feature of the
program included the talks on the do
mestic science and manual training
work of the school given by pupils of
the school. The fifth grade was rep
resented by Roy Shields and Margaret
Spence. The sixth grade speakers
were Irene Morrison and Dan White.
For the seventh grade, Edward Short
and Betty Safford talked. The eighth
grade representatives were Berenice
Logan and Gerald Houck. The children
described the value of the-vwor'k and
the kind of work done in the"se coursej
j and the two eighth grade students re
viewed the manual arts worK irom 111c
kindergarten to their own grade.
The meeting was opened by Rev
Perry J. Rice with a prayer. "America"
was sung by the audience. Miss Mary
Heermans playing the piano accom
paniment. Miss Constance Pateman
sang "From the Land of the Sky Blue
Water." by Cadman. Kenneth MacCal
lum played her piano accompaniment.
At the close of the program refresh
ments of coffee and sandwiches were
served by the high eighth grade do
mestic science class. The Parent
Teachers' association of the Bailey
school will meet the first Friday of
every month during the school year.
A group of boys enjoyed a hike about
four miles out by Mount Franklin Sat
urday, taking their lunch with them.
The party met at the home of Dan
White, on Montana, street, and left
Saturday morning, returning In the
late afternoon. The boys making the
hike were Dan White, Vincent McCann.
A. J. Brown. Russell Stiles. Richard
FInley, Bradley Collins and Shelton
Dinners, Luncheons, Teas.
Mrs. Lillian Hague Corcoran enter
tained with a charmingly Informal aft
ernoon tea Thursday afternoon at her
home on Santa Fe street.
Mrs. Fred J. Feldman will entertain
with a luncheon Thursday at her h&me.
In Sunset Heights, complimentary to
Mrs. Bert King Smith, of Sort Worth,
who Is the guest of Mrs. Henry 8.
About El Pasoans.
Virginia Copenhaver. of 3005 San Jose
street in Castle Heights, who has been
ill with pneumonia, is much improved
and is expected to recover soon.
Mrs. L. Wilkinson, who has been very
III at the ranch home of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Davis Porcher, is greatly improved,
although she tstjstlll confined to her
Out Of Town Visitors.
Mrs. J. D. Grav. of Kansas Citv. who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella
Faye, has been called home'bv the ilK i
ness of her husband.
Quality first. Crescent Cleaners. Pho
4si; auto will call. Advertisement.
113 N. Stanton.
HE most important occurrence of
the comins week of interest to the
more serious minded women of El
Paso is the annual election of officers of
the Woman's Charity association. The
nnr.ual meeting will be held Thursday
alternoon in the council chamber of
the city hall and will be atteided by
n:iyor Kelly and other of the citv and
county officials. Mrs. Charles B. Stev
ens will be the chairman of the meet
ing. The meeting of the board of di
rectors of this organization will be
held at the home of the president, Mrs.
T. W. Lanier, on Montana street.
Then the Woman's club music depart
ment will give another of its always
entertaining programs Wednesday aft
ernoon. These music programs have
earned a well deserved record for gen
eral excellence and this coming event
is being anticipated with especial in
terest as it will be unusual in many
Tho week will also see the organiza
tion meeting of women interested in the
forming of a woman's suffrage league
in El Paso. The league is not to be a
militant trouble maker, it is, announced,
Lut the purpose behind its organization
is to unite the women of the city who
aie lute rested, to study the suffrage
movement and to prepare themselves
for the time when these women be
ljeve Texas will give them the right
Among the other doings of the week
the most interesting to the younger
set will be the dance to be given at
the Country club Thursday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Myles as a welcome
home to their son, Ernest Myles. who
has been attending a university in
Switzerland for several years. Ernest
Myles was a former student of the
El Taso High school and in very Well
knor, n and popular among the younger
peeple of El Paso.
During the week, Mrs. A. P. Coles
and her mother. Mrs. EL M. Bell, will
give a bridge party at their home on
.viagoiiin avenue. There will be the
usua? Mi.all card club meetings. Mr.
nnd Mrs. William McSain will entertain
the Mixed Double club. Miss Madge
Brick will entertain the Tuesday After
noon Bridge club. Mrs. V. I Bean will
bo tiu hortess for the Monday Lunch
eon Brioge club. Mrs. Harry Lackland
will entertain the Tuesday-Luncheon
Bridge club. Mrs. W. B. Farwell will
be the hostess for the Entre Nous club.
Mrs M. O. Wright will entertain the
Friday Bridge club. Miss Frances Earl
will entertain the S. D. Bridge club.
Mrs. W. K.. Ramsey will entertain the
S. S. cir.b. ,
Church societies will have an active
week, as there will be meetings of the
various aid and missionary societies
ar.d bible study classes through the
The younger school crowd will be
interested in the dance to be given iy
Miss Minda Laskin Friday night. The
monthly story hour of the Camp Fire
circles will be held Monday afternoon in
the Y. W. C. A. down town rooms with
Mrs. George LeBaron as the story
Mrs. R. W. McAfee, Jr.. will give the
second of a series or informal afternoon
teas in honor of Mrs. R. w. McAfee, sr.,
of Los Angeles Thursday afternoon
from 3 to 6 oclock at her home on Rio
Mrs. Zach T. White will begin a se
ries of Jtoformal luncheons, giving the
first at her home on Mesa avenue on
Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. C. N
Miss Virginia Stewart, a very popu
lar debutante, will lie the guest of
honor at a party to be given by Mrs.
B. L. Farrar at her home on Montana
There will be the usual week end'
dance at t he SI Paso Country club, and '
at the West Ysleta Country club on
Thursday night and further down the
valley, the Friday night fox trot at the
alley Inn, Ysleta. which usually at
tracts a number of El Paso people
Mrs. W. B. Farwell will entertain ths
t-ntre Nous club Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. M. C. Tracy on
North Oregon street
The Cosmopolitan Bridge club did not
meet Friday afternoon as Mrs. Harry
P. Barnett, who was to have been the
hostess, has been moving into the Ram
Mrs. A. W. Young entertained the
Silent Twelve club Friday afternoon at
her home, on Lee Street Only the clu'j
members were present. Mrs. Chariot
Gasklll won the first prize. Mrs T.
A. Duffy received the consolation prize.
A salad course was served by the
hostess at the close of the games. Mrs.
I. G. Abbott will be the next hostess of
Mrs. B. M. Worsham was hostess for
the Friday Bridge club Friday after
noon ot her home on Montana street
There were two substitutes and a
table of guests In addition to the mem
bers present The guests were: Mes
dames Julius A. Buckler. Marv Wilson.
A. S. Cochrane. Harris Walthall, D.
McDaniel and Miss Alma Jones. Mrs.
M. O. Wright will be the hostess next
Mrs. C. M. Shelden. of Kansas City,
was the guest of honor at the second
of a series of bridge parties given hy
Mrs. James H. Parker at her home. !u
the Lambeth apartments, Friday after
noon. Red azalias and quantities of
red candles in brass sticks decorated
the rooms in an attractive way. Miss
Virginia Hill won the first prize, a
Sheffield silver sandwich tray. Mr
James Vance war 'the winner of thu
second prize, a Sheffield silver caid
tray. Mrs. J. C. Dixon won the con-
1 soiation prize, a breakfast rap. Th
guest of honor v.
was presented with an
Indian olla as a souvenir of the party.
A salad course, with ices, was served
when the games were completed. There
were about 40 guests. Assisting the
hostess .were Mrs. Frank Seamon, Mrs.
II. R. McClIntock and Mrs. William D.
El Pasoans Returning.
Mrs. Foster Hathaway and son Ar
thur Hathaway, who have been visit
ing In Del Rio. have returned to EI
1 Mrs',.T' M' "K'aHer and her son. who
have been away from El Paso for a
number of months, have returned ahi
will make their home at 1312 Ar;zona
Save Thht 15 Cents.
From our stock of Safety Razors It
will be an easy matter to select a Razor
that will be highly satisfactory. We
handle only Razors that carry a double
Kja,rntee ur's and the makers'. In
addition to Razors, we carry a full line
of Shaving accessories. Save that 15
cents. Not only that, but it is so much
more Sanitary to shave yourself.
Scott White & Co..
,,. J,'atety Flr8t" Druggists.
Mills BIdg. Roberts-Banner Bid.?
Mr. E. A. Taylor has arranged wl!h
the Sheldon management for the use of
tho j-rill room to teach the modern
dances. She will be pleased to met
those desiring instruction, between the
hours of 10 and 12and 2 and 5:30. Phoii';
3641. After hours telephone 4502. Adv,
Me Kyle Smith.
Gift Shop ot-Applied Art,
has removed from 215 San Antonio St
to 102 North Stanton St. Adf.
The dessert question Is easily solved
with fruits of the Dicksie or Avondale
Quality f Irnt. Crescent Cleaners. Phone
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1 Women's Organizations.
There will be a meeting of women
(Interested In forming a woman s sut-
irage league in El Paso on xucsaaj
afternoon at 3:30 oclock in the parlors
of Hotel Orndorff.
The Philathea class of the First Tres
byterla'n church will hold its mission
study meeting Monday night at the
home of Miss Nell Porter, G0C East Ne
vada street Miss Porter and Miss Al
line Stansel will be the hostesses.
Meetings of the Woman's guild of
the church of St. Clement will be re
'sumed after being discontinued for
the holidays. .The meeing will be held
Tuesday afternoon in the parish house
and the guild will meet every two
weeks for the remainder of the wlner.
The anniversary meeting of ths
. Robert E. Lee chapter of the U. D. C.
will be held Tuesdav afternoon, Jan
uary 19, in the Elk3" "club parlors, from
3:30 to 5:30 oclock. There will be an
interesting musical program. The mem
bers of the chapter will entertain their
friends at this meeting.
Officers for the second ternf of school
were elected at the meeting of the Fo
rum Debating society of the High
school Friday night in the school
building. Seymour Amstater was elect
ed president; Don Piatt, vice president;
John Savage, secretary; Irving .Tung
johann, treasurer; Beunie Vlllegas, re
porter; James Bush, sergeant at arms.
Mrs. George LeBaron will be the
story teller at the monthly story hour
of the camp fire circles, which wilt be
held in the Y. W. C. A. downtown rooms
at 3:30 oclock Monday afternoon. The
story wiH be the fifth in the series of
the lives of famous missionaries and
will complete the series. One ot the re
quirements for the honor beads,, given
to the camp fire girls Is that they shall
know the life careers of five famous
missionaries. Before the story hour at
3 oclock there will be a meeting of the
guardians of the camp fire circles.
A meeting of all the circles of the
Aid society of the First Methodist
church was held Friday afternoon at
the honve of Mrs. Joe Carpenter on East
Rio Grande street. Mrs. II. M. Whit
field, the president presided. The Aid
society pledged Un additional $2000 to
wcrd the building fund at the service
last Sunday and so the meeting Friday
atlernoon was devoted to planning fur
ther work for the raising of this
amount Following the meeting, a so
cial time was enjoyed and refreshments
ot salad, marguerites and coffee were
served by the hostess, assisted by the
following committee: Mesdames N. M.
Britney. Lily Howard. J. C. Worthing
ton and Leona Hanson.
The election of officers of the Wom
an's Charity association will be held
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 oclock in
the city council chamber of the City
hall. The usual sewing will be dis
pensed with, but there will be cutout
garments that any of the members may
take with them to finish at their
homes. Mrs. Charles B. Stevens will be
the chairman of the meeting. Reports
of the work of the Charity association
will be presented and it is expected
that a number of the city and county
officers will be present Ths hostesses
of the day will be Mefedames A.
Schwartz, H. J. Simmons, A; L. Sharpe,
H. D. Slater. A. Y. Smith. R. C. Semple.
H. B. Stevens, sr., C B. Stevens, Burle
son Staten J. E. Spence. AW N. Small,
U. S. Stewart, S. H. Sutherland, D. P.
Stewart. D. M. Suto. a S. Stewart, J.
U. Sweeney, Frank Spence. A. Silber
berg, D. Baker Smith, S. Silverman. H.
H. Stark, J. F. Steffian and E. K. Tal
bot Lodges and Cluhs.
Mrs. F. C. Herr and Mrs. B. R. Heffel
finger entertained Harmony chapter, of
the Order of the Eastern Star. Friday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Herr, on
Fort Boulevard. The rooms were at
tractively decorated In the colors ot the
order, with streamers of the colored pa
pers. Games entertained the guests
during the' attrfirrtom.- A- "stunt" game
furnished'Ta grat amount of fun.v Mrs.
Frank Overton won the first prize, a
crocheted centerpiece, and Mrs. A. X.
O'Rear received the second prize, a hand
embroidered guest towel. Another
amusing game was a fish pond. All
about the house were little jokes pinned
to the walls and draperies of'the rooms
and these caused much amusement
Card games were also enjoyed. A salad
course was served, the hostess being
assisted in entertaining y Mrs. George
W. Dennis. Among those present were:
Mesdames W. J. Pickering, B. R. Heffel
flnger. G. W. Dennis, Robert F. Olds, J.
N. Mayfield. Mary Deroyda. W. H.
Forbes, sr., Leona Morgan. Otis Jones,
Mary Webb. F. S. Norton. S. A. Tul
loch, R. S. Murry. Dona Klugel. G. A.
Allbright Helen J. Mead, Lillah Far
well, Ethel LaRose, George O'Rear. A.
N. O'Rear. J. Mann. Louise Blefer, S. A.
Vaughan, P. H. Perner, II. S. Burwell,
Frank Overton. B. J. Mustain. E. A.
Hazzell. of Clear Lake. Iowa; Mrs. Em
ily DeWitt of Susquehanna, Pa., and
Africa was studied by the members
of the Young People's Missionary so
ciety of .Trinity Methodist church at
thf sludv class meeting Friday night,
at the home of Mrs. E. B. Schultz, on
North Florence street Miss Emma
Hoffman, the president, presided. Miss
Anita t'orbin read the scripture lesson
Harry Henderson conducted the study.
A briei business meeting was held to
arrangi for the pledges for missionary
work. Following the progrem and
bu&:;ies a salad course was served,
Mrs. .SehuJtz being assisted by Mrs.
U. G. Keime, Misses Vera Ballard. Anna
B. Murry end Rena Shea. Among those
j:esent were Mr. and Mrs. G. I Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Miller. Mr. and Mrs.
I J. Ayers. Dr. And Mrs. E. B. Cummins,
Mrs. U. G. Keime, iMieses Anna It
Murry, Ernestine Murry. Mabel Murry,
Lilah Shaw. Byrd Ferguson, Dorothy
Winans. Vernon Cunningham, Margaret
Cunningham. Velma Casey, Katherina
Peak. Juanita Smith, Anita Corbin,
Bernita. Thomas. Lila Thomas, A. Rey
nolds. Vera Ballard. Rena Shea and
Emma Hoffman; Messrs. W. It Walker,
Harry Henderson. W. N. , Ilarsnman,
Harry Murry. Russel Mitchell, Charner
Gunning. Churchill Scot'. Philip Sim
pich. A. I'. Shroek, W. Edwards and M
Hwriirt'l. Wl . I7 HcClurt Newtptjxr Syniltta,
The El Paso School For Girls
Good work, small classes, experienced ana successful teachers, unusual
advantages in music, outdoor physical training. Miss Oia W. L. Slater, Miss
Olga E. Tafel, Principals. 1111-1115 Terrace St, Sunset Heights. Phone 2929.
air. and Mrs. J. F. Williams enter
tained Friday night w(th a dinner
dance at their home on West Rio
Grande street in honor of'Mlss Virginia
Stewart and Miss Mary Turney Nations,
two of the season's debutantes. Mr.
and Mrs. Williams, with the gues.s ot
honor, received the guests in the living
room, which was decorated with quan
tities of red candles in brass, silver
and crystal sticks and poinsetta blos
soms. This room was cleared for
dancing. The hall was also made cosy
and attractive with its decorations of
poinsetta blossoms and candles. A
Chinese arbor effect was produced in
the dining room and patio, which were
thrown together. Trellises of smilax
vines and other foliage formed a bow
er overheard, which was hung with
numberless Chinese lanterns of gay
hues and Chinese parasols. Here the
dinner tables were arranged, each dec
orated in a color plan ot pink and
white. Quantities ot pink candles, in
crystal sticks tied with pink satin
ribbon bows, were everywhere. At
each guest's plate was a diminutive
pink candle in a small crystal stick.
Miniature cherry trees laden with pink
blossoms and white freisias ornament
ed the tables. The place cards bore
the monogram of the hostess in gold
letters. An orchestra of several pieees
played the dance music and dancing
was enjoyed between the courses as
well as the latter part of the evening.
Among the guests wereMisses Vir
ginia Stewart, Mary Turney Nations,
Frances Mayfield, Emily Kemp. Hilda
Sauer, Aifgusta Anne Reese, Lemire
Nebeker. Marion Young. Martha Thur
mond, Anne" Lee Gaines, Ivah Cool,
Maude Austin, Olive Davis, Grace
Wingo. Mrs. Josephine Nations Mor
fit. Lieut. James L. Collins, Lieut
Francis M. Brannan. Lieut E. C.
Rogers. Lieut. I. S. Martin; Messrs.
Mason Pollard. Ted Davis. Britton
Davis. Joe Hole. Charles Bassett Page
Kemp, Roger Brown, Dexter Mapel,
John Porter Pryor. Jr.. Lewis Crooker,
Talbot Hill, Tom Newman and Claude
T... T.- TV 1M-I.H wilt anfAclatn Wail.
nesday at her home, on Stewart street
in honor of Mrs. C. M. Shelden, of Kan
The Philathea class of the First
Baptist church entertained the Baraca
class of the church with a party at
.,- -1 1- 1 -CT!.3.... nIWH. A -
I llie cmucn ptriui riiunj iti,s'i- v'
I entertaining program was given. Miss
Alicia O'Neill sans "Dream." Walter
I Davis and J. F. Cheek sang a duet.
"Going to Market" T. Scott sang
"Mother Machree." Miss Alicia
I O'Neill played a violin solo, "Mazurki '
by Wieniawski. Dr. Corrinne Mc-
j Carthy gave a reading "Brother Jur-
I dan's Spirit." Thomas A. Christian
sang 'ueaoin i.ove song anu -nyiic.-ary."
A buffet supper was served b..
the Philathea class at the close of th
program. Among those present were
Mr. and Jrs. E. M. Whitaker, Mr. an-r
Mrs. P. M. RIgdon. Mr. and Mrs. K.
W. Earl, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Greene,
Dr. Corinne McCarthy, Mesdames F. A.
Spence, T.' W. Lahler. R. V. Pearson.
Misses Gladys Strickland, Dove Hus
bands. Myra Prater. Nell Taylor,
Hazel Miller, Lulu Hall. Eunice Preston.
Dallas Chastain, Nettie Hester. Leona
Black. Vera Hunt, Rose Darlington,
Alicia O'Neill. Nellie Wipp. Lillian
O'Bryan, Katherine McKnight Opal
Collins. M. Collins. Elizabeth Garrett.
Marguerite Tillotson. Agnes Sterling,
Messrs. J. C. Moores. P. E. Johnson. Ben
Romero. James Romero. H. L. Red. J.
F. Cheek. J. E. Quald. T. A. Christaln,
T. Scott Walter Davis, Cecil Davis, D.
L. Vdalr. P. M. Parks. A. Sims, Popo
Risher, S S. Cobbs and D. H. DarroughJ
.Lieut Robert Cotton, of the 20th In- j
fantry. left Friday for Chicago on a
leave of absence. Lieut Cotton will
be married during his leave.
Capt George C. Barnhart Lieut B.
F. Graham and Lieut. Alexander D
Sarles, who have been on border duty
at Fabens, have returned to garrison
dutv at Fort Bliss.
Capt Arthur B. Kerwin of the Sixth
infantry, who was recently trans
ferred from the quartermaster corps to
the Sixth infantry, arrived Friday from
his former station at San Francisco.
Capt Kerwin has taken command of
the second battalion and of com
Capt J. A. Wagner, Lieut. George ML
Russell and Lieut C. P. Barnett, who
have been on border duty at Clint and
Ysleta for four months, have returned
to garrison duty at Fort Bliss. They
were relieved at the border stations
by Lieut W. A. McCain and the ma
chine gun platoon.
Lieut and Mrs. C. IL Danielson, of
the 20th infantry, have returned to
El Paso and are at the Country club.'
Mrs. Danielson was formerly Miss
Edith Baird. and is well known here,
as she visited her brother and sister.
Maj. and Mrs. Charles D. Rhodes, at
Fort Bliss last winter.
Soeletr Notei For refreshments serve
Dicksie brand fruits. Advertisement.
Dining at the
Noon to 9 t m.
DOLLAR A PLATE
WK CORRECT A
Cheeks. Baggy Eyelids,
Superfluous Hair and
Moles that coarsen
Mriu Grace A. Benson.
Face Specialist of
Correct the nose and refine the face.
ROOM 303 HERALD BUILDING
No pain or inconvenience. Many El
Paso references can be given.
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CHARGES V. OCEOA
WITH $800 THEFT
Victor L. Ochoa. charged with the
theft bv bailee of $800 from Recardo
Papapella, Italian vice consul at Tor
reon, lies., was given a preliminary
hearing before justice J. M. Deaver and
was bound over to the grand Jury
under $1500 bond, which he save.
Papapella testified that he met Ochoa
011 the street for the first time, sev
eral days ago. On Jannuary 6 he met
him again as he was looking for the
Villa headquarters .to exchange some
gold for Villa currency. Ochoa, he
Stated, offered to exchange the money
for him. .
.,T . -n hlo nfrina tn ttlA TrUSt
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building." Papapella testified, 'and
found him alone. I had $800 in gold,
for which he offered me $5012 pesos.
Villa currency. He opened his drawer
as though to get the money, and then
said that some of his employes must
have ueed it I told him I wanted the
money right away and if he could not
exchange It then I wanted my money
back. He said he would send the mon
ev to my room in the Sheldon. I asked
him for a receipt for my $. bHt .
would not give it to me, saying his
name was good for more than that
Papapella further testified Ochoa
failed to bring him the money, and
when he again saw him Ochoa. he do
dared, said he would not return him
"We will make a different looking
case out ot it when- the evidence is all
presented." said Victor Ochoa Satur
day. "Papapella misstated the facts In
the case at my examining trial, and 1
have several witnesses to prove it He
stated that he had never had any other
business deal with me. The fact la
that he has been doinrj business with
me for several months, and has bought
carloadB of cotton with money I have
let him have. He is a colonel in the
Villa army. The whole thing will co. 10
out if the case gets beyond the grand
jury, and an entirely different light
will be thrown on tne iransacvio".
THREE FIRE ALARMS BUT
NO DAMAGE DONE SATURDAY
The burning of a pile of trash in the
basement of the Fennell apartments at
712 North Santa Fe street shortly after
11 oclock Saturday morning caused a
run of the central fire department The
flames were extinguished without
A flue fire in a residence at the cor
ner of Banner and Martinez streets,
Altura park, shortly before noon Sat
urday broneht out the Highland, Park
and East El Paso departments. No
A small fire In the Hondo bar on San
Antonio street called the central de
partment there Saturday morning. Wo
damage was done.
TWO HOB MAN" OF 3B0O.
St. Paul. Minn., Jar.. 5. Two men
attacked Julius Henry, of J. W. Bass
and company. Chicago structural ateel
contractors, today, in his office here,
robbing him of the payroll of $3000,
and escaped. Henry is in a serious
Qunllty first. Crescent Cleaners. Phone
4091: auto will call. Advertisement
The dessert question is easily solved
with fruits of the Dicksie or Avondale
In your old Gold and Jewelry and I will make new of same, as you
will sec by my exhibit in booth number two.
MADE IN EL PASO
Can manufacture any design in Jewelry and cut any native stone to
One trial is a sure guarantee of a pleased .customer hereafter.
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211 San Francisco Street. I
BROOMS BROOMS BROOMS
The finest iu the land always on hand at the
OSAPLE BR00&5 FACTORY
A trial would be proof and guarantee us one more
pleased customer. Prices are 'always right and
prompt attention guaranteed.
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1 THE VILLISTAS WIN
A BIG BATIjLS
(Continued From Pace Two.)
lead in person by Gen. Felipe Angeld,
who. after a brief but fierce fight, cmn
i.letelv routed the retreating Carran-
I cistas. capturing all of their can nun
and many prisoners, nw "i ii. ...-
are commanded by Gens. Maclovi.
Herrera. Antonio I. Villareal, Luis
Gutierrez and the governor ot Saltill"
Lie Acunc. .
The official Carransa report r c i."i
here stated that the troops of the - fi; --
I chief." under Gens. Villareal and .n
tlerrez, utterly routed the Villa com
mands under Gen. Angeies. i-apium-.
all the Villa atillery.
Vllln General Killed.
The battle was a costly one to tl.o
"Conventionalists." even thoufih th v
gained a complete victory, as Gen. M n
tiniano Servin, one of the most promi
nent of the Villa generals, was kill. 1
in the fight Servin was prominent 11
the northern campaigns of Villa '..1
jias distinguished himself in the lin.1--cnt
campaign of the- northeast.
At a late hour Friday evening tli
wrecked military train on the N."-th
Western railroad, which was dit; he 1
by spreading rails on a "shoo fl" pi -miles
south of Juarez, was cleared and
the movement of Gen. Juan Cabrnl s
troops to Sonora was continued. T'ii
trains, bearing about 1500 men. lef
Friday night. Three trains still Wt
in Juarez are expected to leave -ai I
this afternoon. The total reovenic
will aggregate about 3000 men. M'
of the troops will be sent to Ca,n
Grande? and will march overland f: o n
HERE IT IS !
A step from the famous
Trot the dance that has taken
Every Wednesday evening we
teach the Fox Trot among many
other new dances.
SOCIAL DANCING Wednes
day and Saturday evenings.
New class for beginners will
start Monday, January 11.
Office and Factory
224-228 West Overland St.
PHONE NO. 7
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