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EL PASO HERALD
FiIday, Ftlmun 1 l'Ho SOCIETY'S DOINGS ! the El Paso field. He is the guest of Jefferson J. Tjndall, the local agem for the companj. Cards. Mrs. D. V. I 'ennessy and Mrs. W. J. 1 rt eman will i entertain Tuesday after noon at the hoi ne of Mrs. Freeman with d. bridge partt In honor of Mrs. A. J. JJcyuatera, of Dallas Mr and Mrs, Theodore W. Qault en if i tamed the & ocial JJveiring club Thurs il . night at tt ieir home, in Government Mill The M ime of "500" was the i miwment of the evening. A salad iiuse nas - rvcd by the hostess at x lie lomplttuin of the games. Mr and Mis c 1! UrfjHnlee will be the next lioMs for the club Mis A :- lionren entertained the i m. ka Br d" ilub Thursday dftei noon it in r hom fc n thV Brazos apartments. Hix T B liAi n won the prize for high - ore H fresj iments weie served when i in games M ere oer Mrs K. W. Knoblauch i s the sueat of the club. Mrs B J. ZaJ brisk! will entertain the i iui at its n t meeting. Mis M H Hoomer entertained the Piuma Lion E ridge club Thursday af ternoon at hjer home, on West Rio i.rande street. Mrs H. A. Bell and Mrs. J-uuis Laskin 'won the club prizes Mrs. I. M Katliff won the guest prize. A fcalad course -a as served by the hostess when the gait es were completed. The puests of the c lub were: Mesdames Wil liam Shea, J A Murdook, R.,M. Ratliff, V A .sutt r, Ja.;k Taylor, H H. Richard son and Miss J osephine Wooten Jlrs. Paul L.inther was the hostess for the Half and Half Bridge club Thursday aftei noon at her home on Montana street;. The rooms were at ti actively decorated with blossoming potted plants and ferns. Mrs. J. R. Hunter won tb(e club price Mrs W. J. J reeman won the guest prize. Mrs L. (' llliams 'received the consolation i!!zi A two course luncheon was serred whe ntlie games were over. Mrs. J H Hunter 'will be the nest hostess .f the club The guest? of the club v ere Mesda mes D V. Fenness, Ben T.ewis, W J Freeman, G H. Bussing, L C Williams, W. Miller. G. C Rob 1 1 tson, Lou i.i St.. J. Thomas and F. A. Spence The club memnera present were Mesdames C C Porter, rf. N Chanej, Lea Wilmot, J. M. Lewis, J. W. B Robinson, WychesGreer, George Taylor, J. R. Hun , R. B Rawlins and D. C. Sutton. A Japanese bridge p..rty was given by Mrs. C. C. Covington Thursday aft ernoon, at her home on West Boule vard. The rooms were decorated with pink carnations and cherry blossoms, the cherry olossoms being arranged about the chandeliers All the lights were covered with pink paper shades Japanese figures were hand painted upon the score cards When the bridge games were over the card tables were laid with luncheon sets of Japahese embroider, with a central basket of cherry wood, tied with pink tulle bows and filled with pink mints, on each table. The luncheon, which w as served in two courses, was also in the pink of the color plan, assisting the host ess in entertaining were Mesdames Ida F. Peacock, R. R. Mason and Misses Winifred Da-vis and Klsie Davis. The prizes in bridge were won by Mrs. H. R. McDowell and Mrs. Edmund Lachman. The guests were. Mesdames R. W. Curtis, H. B. McDowell, Charles B. Stambaugh. Pa-1 Atkinson, C . Holloway, G. Doveton, H. H. Elliott, W. H. Meers, S. T. Alexander, L. M Hartman, Edmund Lachman, Ida F. Peacock, R. R. Mason, M. P. Carlock, E. G Plumb, G L. Wolfe. A J. Fraser, D R. Wilkes. Harry Piatt, R. B Ho man. J. J. Finney, A W. .nadley, R. F. Ebert, W. W Burk. W. L. oxworth. W. H. Bryan. F. H. Taufenbeck, N. Clark. E. J. Davis, Willis Smith, a P. Hostetter and S. T lexander; -liBses Winifred Davis and Elsie Davis. Out Of Town Visitors. Mrs. Alec Clark, niece of Dr. and Mrs. J A. Rawlings. who is on her way from Kansas City to her home, in California, arrived Friday for a short visit with Dr and Mrs Rawlings. W B. Le-, statp aeent of the Union Central Life Insurance company, is here from Dallas for an Inspection of Mr. WIttc, as the hero in "Pinafore," will make a great hit Adv. SUES S. P. roit S30.000. Alleging that he was permanently injured by the explosion of engine oil tank, William H. Ford has brought suit in the 41st district court against the Southern Pacific company for S50, 000 damages The plaintiff alleges that he was fireman on the engine. of Motherhood i There is apt to be a latent apprehension of distress to mar the complete Joy of eTpectation. But this Is Quite over- come by the advice I of so many women I to use "Mother's Friend.' This Is nn external application designed to so lubri cate the muscles and to thus so relieve the pressure reacting on the nerves, that the latural strain upon the cords and liga ments is not accompanied by those severe pains said to cause nausea, morning sick ness and many local distresses. Many people believe that those remedies which have stood the test of time, that hae been put to every trial under the varying conditions of age, weight, general health, eta, may be safely relied upon. And Judging by the fact that "Mother's Friend" lias been In continual use since our grandmother's earlier years and Is known throughout the United States it may be easily inferred that it is some thing that women gladly recommend. "Mother's Friend" 13 prepared only In our own laboratory and is sold by drug gists everywhere. Ask for a bottle to-day and write for a special book for expectant mothers. Address Bradfleld Regulator Co., 307 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga, iWi WW! "Meat Is Down and Ardoin Put It There"--SATouNfyAY "Lenten Season Is On." OUE SEA FOOD DEPARTMENT carries a full line of the Freshest Fish and Oysters, Lohsters and Turtles, Live Crabs and Fresh Shrimp, California Barracuda anl Halibut, Louisiana Catfish and Trout, Gulf Trout and Eed Fish, Celebrated Hounia and Berwick Bay Oysters. COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH OTHERS. HOME DRESSED HENS 21c FRYKES 25c HOME DRESSED DUCKS 25c TURKEYS 25c SHO' PORK ROASTS ..v.. , 16c L0IK PORK ROASTS, ONLY 18c LEG PORK ROASTS, ONLY 18c PORK CHOPS, ONLY isc MUTTON". LEGS 20c CHOPS .' 25c MUTTON STEW ....121-2c K C. SPRING LAMB. LEGS 25c CHOPS 30c STEW .15c BEEF. SHO' STEAKS AND ROASTS 15c HAMBURGER STEAKS 15c PAN SAUSAGE 15c CAN OYSTERS. PINTS 25c Square Quarts 40c BULK, PINT .' 25c FRESH NEW MEXICO EGGS 30c FRESH RANCH EGGS 40c (Every Egg Guaranteed.) YARD EGGS 50c ARDOIN'S M Phones 800-801-802 (Sea Food Depot) d. A J&tok J&fo, sBB JB . 00 A WEEK N o Taxes No Interest lor Ihree I for Three Years ears t NONE HIGHER Every Lot !s a Good Investment. Highly Restricted! Sold Only to Desirable Peo ple. Substantial Discounts for Larger Payments. The Sale Is Going on Now COME OUT AT ONCE Co. Fort Bliss, Manhattan Heights or Highland Park Street Cars Chas. P. Gray Special Selling Agents Office on the Addition Open Daily Till Dark Down Town Office 207 Mills Street, Open Evenings Flags and Decorations of All Kinds For Washington's Birthday and Cattlemen's Convention Saving V&C Stamps Means. Easy and Sure Economy Choice Field Carnations At least two varieties Fresh tomorrow Per dozen, All day Saturday 25c V J i Choicest Violets The large fragrant varieties Fresh tomorrow, tier bunch All Day Saturday Wc - I r m J '' ..... Special lomorroiv Fresh Fragrant Jonquils' and Freezias The large hot house i1nriaitK nn SfllP. fill daU. DC. """' J Candy Candy Everybody's Week-End Mullanes Taffies Chocolates "Plain and Mixl" . FrJi Saturday, one and two pound Fresh Saturday, in 1-4, 1-2 and 1 boxes, assorted flavors v pound boxes at, per box i l!S Cardt Everybody's Special Playing Cards Equal to the best Choice of Poker or Pinochle Our Special Price 50c per pound 15c, 25c and 50c 2 for 25c $1. 00 Silk Hose 69c VUnmcn's 11c hose in all the new shades and colors, also in black and 69c Hose In 25c Hose In 50c white, sold regular at $1.00, Saturday only.., Women's Gauze Lisle black and colors, per pair Women's Fibre Silk black and colors, nw nair Women's Fine Cotton Hose Are very special values, rf THRF.R PAIRS ) Children' Splendid Cotton Hose In black, white or tan gA THREE PAIRS JU C Men's Fine Cotton Socks In black and colors, are THREE PAIRS FOR. Men's Fibre Silk Socks In black and colors, are 3 PAIRS FOR... 50c 1. Saturday Toilet On Sale $1.00 Hair Tonic Pinaud's Eau de Quinine, Special 69c 75c Toilet Water Lilas Vege tal, -very special, Saturday 49c 50c Tooth Paste Pelieco, sold regular at 50c everywhere, Special 33c 25c Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder sold regular at 25c, special 17c 25c Sozodont The liquid tooth wash, Saturday special.... 15c 25c Soaps Jergen's Glycerine Soap, 3 cakes in box 17c 35c Soaps 4711 Glycerine, 1-2 lb. bars, special per bar... 23c 50c Pond's Extract The house hold Remedy, special 35c 75c Hot Water Bottles All 'pure guaranteed Paragon rubber, 2 quart size, special 39c Goods Specials All Day 35e Rubber Gloves In all sixes, special per pair 19c 10c Moth Balls In pound pack ages, sold regular for 10c, special 5c 15e Tooth Brushes Fine and medium bristles, special 6c 25e Face Powder Pinaud's Tivoli, in all shades, special 19c 25c Talcum Squibb's, in un scented and scented, special 15c 50c Vanishing Cream Creme Elcaya, special Saturday 35c 50c Cold Cream Rieksecker's Cleansing cream, special 35c 25c Powder Puffs The all wool washable kind; special 15c En TWfnmp Colgate's, in all ndnrs. SDecial an Oz. 39c Candy Delicious Chocolate Mints Fresh' Saturday, in one pound boxes 39c per pound - Specials in the Notion Section Saturday 1 inch White Elastic, - 2 yards for " Cuff Holders, C. per pair White Weighted Tape, " per yard J i Card of Two Drawer P Supporters OC Card of Two Steel r- Bodkins - Spool Holders, C each ,..- wt Colonial Waist Extenders, C each 3C Adjustable Collar Supporters, - per card of 3 OC Oil Cloth Sleeve Protectors, g black or white, pair OC Hat Pins, 3 on card, black g? orv white, 2 cards OC Shirt Waist Belts, Waek c or white, each OC Peerless Celluloid Collar Stays, g 6 on card, per card OC vJlift 'I1- The New R. & C. Corsets are shown here in styles fof every figure. At $1.00 The .lightly boned models for the slight figure, or the heavily boned models of the more substantial materials' for the stouter figures. Also a complete range of styles up to $3.50. More new R. & G. Front lace corsets with the elastic strap in back. A feature of our corset dept. and of the R. & G. line at r & Ul vjui vuwvv $2.00 New Ideas in Neckwear Keep Coming In Today it's Collars and Veslets in the new Lu Lu Fa Do Creations, also the. nen Emma and Ashbury military styles,' made of dslnly embroidery nets and organdies; a large selec tion at 25c and up to 95c. Collars of organdy and embroidery in the West Point style, also the Chin Chin and Juliette collars. ' tplcndid assortment at 1Z- 1U,: Flnnr CJl,. "laui w , New Millinery ArrltlBK J)a!Iy. Smart Styles nnd Exceptional Values $4.95 Styles that will help you n to quickly decide on . what you want. Clever adaptation of exclusive designs. Other new arrivals are marked at 7.50, S8.50 and up. Untrimmed Hats in all the newest straws and combinations, col ors, shapes. ' A mod erately priced assort ment upwards from $1.50. The Little Girl's , Hat An extensive assortment of "Just Arrived" Children's Hats. Very appropriate and becoming school styles. Splendy values at $1 JO up. Crisp New Lingerie Waists ? Worth $1.00 and $1.25, at . . .WJ1 Made of dainty white crepes.-voiles and lawns, with pique collars and vests, long sleeves and rolling col lars, choosing from innumerable good new styles. Silk Blouses $3.95 Fnrmerlv 5.95. Some, More The remainder of our $5.95 line of Blouses of crepe de chine. Satin, nets and combinations, all colors and sizes; for quick disposal we have marked them at 05 Choice 40 THIRD FLOQR V. BW L to SATURDAY A SPLENDID DAY TO BUY Children's Dresses finish, out the season and to wear next season. Dresses' of serge in navy, brown and red. Collars and cuffs trimmed with contrasting plaids; some have white collars and cuffs. Sizes 6 to 14 J O ? years. A splendid assortment at V A J Others lp to S&50 Girh' Dresses of Figured Challie ll f ft f 1. I -J. ., Ja iialuAr i.nK foliar and riirtQ nr icft or emoroioerv; wric girdles; values $7.50 to $10.W-Special Reduced Price S3.95 TO THIRD FLOOR J, TTIU .V... $5.95 Stewart Title Guaranty Co. tj4- vnti. T?oai Est.ji.t.p. Investments When you buy real estate or lend monry on same, you riiould hjre your t tie Jaranteed. If a title is not good enough for us Jo guarantee, it not g enough for you to lend money n or to buy. "It is better to be safe than sorry." Stewart Title Guaranty Company Capital $300,000.00 OFFICES: FOURTH FLOOR, TWO SrSL Phone 339. v Important Changes in Passenger Schedule TUTTLE AND PAINT THE TWO NAMCS ARE SYNONYMOUS. Our stock comprises eerj thing for tne painter or tne home owner. Our windows are lighted until 10 p. m. TUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO. VSABEitf w Phone 205 nnd 20G. 210-212 X. Stanton St. ,11 I Sporting Goods and Saddles The most complete line in El Paso. Reasonable prices Highest quality. Shelion-Payne Arms Co. To accommodate the increasing trael on its Eastern DWaioa, tie El Paso & Southwestern System w ill, on Tuesday, February 16th, commence operating a t&rrd daily tram between El l'aso and Tncumcan, known EI Paso Local, on the following schedule: No. 8 8:15 A. M. Lv. EI Paso 11:23 A. M. Ar. Alamogerdo 1:40 P. M. Ar. Carrizozo R?2S P. M. Ar. Tucumcari This train will stop at all stations and handle the local traffic heretofore handled bv the Golden State Limited and the Californian. Lunch will be serred" at Carrizozo by the Carrisozo Eating Mouse. On the same date, the Golden State Limited and the Californian will discontinue stopping at a number of smaller stationl where they hare heretofore stopped on signals. Folders showing complete schedules of all trains can be secured on aoplieatkm at the City Ticket Office, the Union Depot Informa tion Bureau or from GARXETT K1XC. General Pn-.enjri Agent.' as tlw Tueumean- No. 7 Ar. 7:15 P. M. Lt. 4:23 P. M. Lv. 2:30 P. M. Lv. 6:50' A. .M. '