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MRS. S. H. SUTHERLAND IS ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF EL PASO WOMAN'S CL UB MIlS 3. rf. SUTHERT AND was licted president of the Woman's club at the annual election of c:f rrrs hr-ld Saturday afternoon In the 2 ."- shool auditorium. Mrs. T. C la: ipi -was elected first vice presi ., Mrs P. J. Freudenthal. second i -. president: Mrs. C. B. Stevens. tc ordmg secretary: Mrs. A. W. Foster. r -resnonding secretary; Mrs. V. E. T. 'Sgi". treasurer, and Mrs. J. I Dyer, Til. tellers of the election were Mrs. V. L. Crockett, chairman; Mesdames P Arerill WIH T. Owen, S. J. Fen r ' and j. H McBroem. T'-u members of the board of dlree- -s ti'.-tod were: Mesdames Olga J- v' trg 3. p. Townsend. "W. JR. Brown. '""-S' Brunner. Sara ML Hale, James r.-aa McNary, W. I Fojcworth. a:; i Z Henderson, C H. Campbell. fkson and Hal E. Christie. 37VTI wine the election. Rev. C. I. O- crj-r. ft and Howard B. Durfcee dis- c s serial centers. Mr. Durkee t- kcl 'IT the T. M. C A. as a social ' r for The growing boys. He par- "arlr Fpoke of the need for a. meet ?r rla.ee for boys in the restless, ener-r-' - growing ape between 10 and IS " t-s. when they were seeking the com- ' r sHp of other boys, and mem- - ed the ways in which the T. M. C. A Tt this need with the gymnasium W"rk Mr Overstreet talked on the swakerjhi of the church to the need of r 2.1 servir-ev following the text of r Et -I iame not to be ministered j-o rat to minister. He commented Ptj te need for a social survey be fn tak'ng up social service work and of tbe development of the Institutional c1, rt h. t Paring the afternoon vocal selec t'ors were given by Mrs. Will T. Owen, accompanied by Mrs. Adlne T. Owen r id by Harry Kinkel. of Las Vegas, N. M. accompanied by Mrs. TV. R. Brown. A number of announcements concern California Expositions cLrtacifStV5 Special Excursion Round Trip Tickets on Sale Daily. MARCH 1st Three Months' Eimit Stopover at All Points. Travel in luxury and style via Golden State Limited Premier Train of Make Your Pullman Reservation Early We Can Take Care of You Properly. City Ticket Office Roberts-Banner Bldg. ing the club work were made. Mrs. Carl Lee Smith announced tbe original art exhibit and entertainment by the art department for April 6. At the ex hibit there will be plans for the pro posed club house among the architects' exhibit. Mrs. W. R. Brown announced the annual club luncheon for Wednes day. March 31. Mrs. A. P. Averill an nounced that the Kl Paso Woman's club contribution of books to the traveling library of the state had been acknowl edged by state librarian E. W. Wink ler. From El Paso 181 books In good condition were sent. This library Is to be circulated among the rural districts of the state. The next meeting of the club will be held Wednesday afternoon when the music department will be In charge and Thomas A. Christian will give a sons recital. The mission study of the Trinity Methodist church will discuss play grounds andworkehops at the meetings Tuesday at. ocloek in the parlors of the church. - t The monthly story hour of the camp Are circles which was to have been held this atfernoon at the T. 'w. C. A. central rooms, has been sostppned un til next week. The meeting of the Mission Study circle of the Philathea. class of the First Presbyterian church, which was to have been held this evening at the home of Mrs. C. la. Overstreet. on Noble street, has been postponed on account of the snow, until Monday night of next week. The Altar guild of the church of St. Clement met Saturday afternoon at the home of Miss Gertrude Yale, on North Virginia street. The afternoon was spent in sewing linen for the church and in studying the history of the church. Among those present were: Mesdames Kenneth MacCallum, J. B. Watson, a M. Lyman. E. a Holt, F. H. Payne, and Misses Meta Ormsbee, Leo Van Den Broeck and Alice Myles. The meeting next Saturday afternoon will De at tne nome oi Mrs. Kennetnac Callum, 1815 East Rio Grande. Smack Your Lips Over This Treat Heat the waffle-iron good and hot. Mix the batter and pop it in a quick turn and out they come and onto the table for those hungry ones. Be generous with Velva - that first-class syrup of them all. There's a supper that -will satisfy that family in wholesomeness, in flavory goodness and in fine nour ishing quality, for Velva is Nature's own product, rich in food elements. Use it often. It helps keep the cost of the table down. Those children will enjoy it, three times a day, on batter cakes, on biscuits, on muffins, or spread on a slice of light bread. Get Velva from your grocer. Ten cents up. Save the coupons on the labels and send for premium catalog to PENICK & FORD, Ltd. New Orleans, La. San Francisco $45 the Southwest. Phones 594 1 5851 J EL Parties." Mrs. W. A. Hawkins will entetain the members of the r'irst Congrega tional church at 1215 Kast Rio Grande street at the monthly social of the church Friday night. There will be -musical program. The Delta Alpha Sunday school class of the First Methodist church will have a "Tipperary" party Friday night at the home of the class, teacher, Mrs. M. L. Cadwallader, at Koeedale farm, down the valley. A theater party at tbe El Paso theater Sunday night was composed of Misses Emily ' Newman, Harriett Schwartz, Loulee Blumenthal and Lena Jacobs. Messrs. J. Kaufman, L. Kauf man, Maurice Schwartz and Joe Wolf. Lieut. I. S. 'Martin entertained with a theater party last week at the El Paso theater and was host at an In formal supper after the performance. His guests were Misses Dorothy Mor gan and Edith Morgan: Lieut. Theo dore Barnes Jr. and Lieut, and Mrs. Vt A. McCain. The social and musical entertain ment given Sunday night, by the Young Men's Hebrew association at lol S Olive street, proved a success. The borne of Mr. and Mrs. F. Zlabovsky was crowd ed. The opening number was an ad dress by IL Hellerstein, introducing the speaker of the evening, rabbi Mar tin Zielonka. whose theme was "Social Equality." It was followed by a brief address by H. J. Bilkiss. Miss Delia Rcsenstein made all merry with a vocal solo. Miss Rosenstein was accom panied on the piano by Miss Annie Stolaroff. Much applause and several encores distinguished this feature of the program. A recitation by Miss I. Rosenthal and a vocal solo by D. Joseph followed. In the receiving line were Mrs. F. Zlabovsky, Mrs. Ben Colt man. Miss Bessie Capin and Miss Sadie Capin. Those who enjoyed the evening were rabbi Martin Zielonka, Mr. and Mrs. Hellerstein, Mr. and Mrs. D. Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. H. Capin, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Coltman, Mr. and Mrs. I. Feinberg, Miss Bessie Capin, Miss Annie Stol aroff, Miss Dells, Rosenstein, Miss Sadie Capin. Miss L. Rosenthal, Miss B. SiegaL The committee in charge were II. J. Bilkiss, .L Hellerstein. H. Rosner, II. L. Schneider, IL Brown. There were also present Messrs. L. Levine, B. Bodinsky. H. Nelson and J. Rosner. Refreshments and punch were served, and the eveniag wound up with an exhibition of the hesitation and one-step by Mies Bessie Capin and H. J. Bilkiss. Miss Leona Burroughs entertained with a picnic party Sunday on Mount Franklin. In the partv were: Misses Ruby Fuller. Nellie Davis. Catherine Hoover. Concha Goidner. Doris Blake and Lola Dancer. The boys were.' Wil liam Hoover, Roy Scotten. Charles Mc Kemy, Hugh McKemy and Claude Tem pleton. The chaperones were: Mrs. H. G. Clark and Mrs. W. A. Burroughs. The party made the ascent of the mountain in the morning and enjoyed a picnic lunch at noon. Miss Doris Blake and Miss Concha Goidner were hostesses at a moring picture party Saturday night. The guests gathered at the home of Miss Blake, on North Stanton street, and returned there after attending the movies, where games and refreshments were enjoyed. The guests were: Misses Lona Burroughs. Lola Dancer. Josephine Coftman. Kola Thatcher, Hermlne Meece. Catherine Hoover. Nel lie Davis, and the hoys were Roy Scot- ten. Liaude -rerapleton. Byron stola roff. John Grimes. William Hoover. Hugh McKemy and Charles McKemy. Mrs. E. W. Bryan, of Government Hill, on Satnrdav afternnnn .ntpr. talned her Sunday school class and the ciass oi airs. A. J. w. sehmid. Tbe fallowing: program. was enjoyed; Scrip ture reading. Ivv Tonne:: vocal soln. , Mary Bradley; piano solo. Beth Bed- solo. Ivy Young; recitation. Mary Lacy: recitation. Gene Bradley. The refresh ments consisted of cake, cocoa, fruit and candy. Mrs. A. J. W. Sen mid as sisted In entertaining. Those present were Misses Mary Bradley, Lexle Clux ton. Hazel Maumann. Beth Bedford, Ivy Young. Margaret Hill. Helen Temple. Iona Livingston. Edith Harvey. Mary Lacy, Lupita Hill and Gene Bradley: Carl Gregory, Jack Devore, Geo. Winn. Walter Lacy, Albert Schmid, jr.; Mes dames C H. Schmjd. B. Bradley and Lacy were also present The engagement of Miss Verda Barnes to Harley Ki&fer was announced Saturday afternoon at a party given by Mr. Meter's sisters. Misses Maude Kie fer and Delia Kiefer. at their home on Upson avenue. The guests were: Mes dames J. M: Bart-es, J. c. Bevelle. M. H. Fliey. W. IL Wodldridge. J. E. Gemoets. A. R. Heineraan and S. A. Vaughan. O. A. Danlelson, C C. Kiefer and Lily S. Howard: Misses Verda Barnes. Hallie Irvin, Emma Hoffman. Vera Bretnev. Ellse Lucy, Clara Riley, Dorothy Dan lelson and Cora Slater. In honor of Miss Emily Newman and Miss Harriett Schwartz, an informal party was given Saturday afternoon by Miss Ethel Levy, at her home In the Alexandria apartments. In playing va rious games. Miss Rose Heil won the prise. The guests of honor were each presented with a . guest prize. After the games a two course luncheon was served. The hostess wag assisted In en tertaining by her mother. Mrs. Esther Levy. The guests were Misses Emily Newman. Harriett Schwartz, Rose Goodman, Estelle Goodman. EtHel Sil berberg. Louise BlumenthaL Becky Merkin and Selma Ziegler. In honor of the 8tth birthday anni versary of Mrs. E. M. Reid. a delightful surprise party was given by her daugh ter. Mrs. E. M. Fraser, at her home on ,West Rio Grande. Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Retd had received a larae number of floral boqnets in honor of her annl-j versary ana tnese were used In decora tion about the rooms. The game of 540 was pjayed. Mrs. C. W. Fraser won the first prize. The .second prize was won by Mrs. Otto -Parkins and the corisola tion prize by Mrs? Byra Parsons. When the games were over a luncheon was served. The table was laid with a net ting luncheon cloth, the handiwork of Mrs. Reid. and the favors and card prizes were small doilies, of the same work, also the handiwork of the guest of honor. In tbe center of the table vi as a large pink and white btrthday cake with 86 candles. The guests pres ent were Mesdames E. M. Reid. C. W. Fraser, A. J. Fraser. I. G. Abbott, Byra Parsons. George Paul. Otto Parkin;-, Jack Taylor. Vardy Puckett. Carolina Moffitt, A. W. Young and Edgar Fer guson. In the evening Mrs. Fraser en tertained with a .family party. The guests were Mrs. Reld's three- grand sons. Charles W. Fraser. A. J. Fraser and WjlHam S. Fraser. and their wives, and Mrs. Reid's two great grandsons, Alfred Fraser and Hadley Fraser. The other guests were Mrs. A. W. Young and Mrs. Carolina Moffitt The children of the junior branch of Trinity church Missionary society were entertained with a delightful "March I Hare" party the last of the week in the I parlors of the church. The part was I given by the superintendents of the junior work, Mrs. W. .V. Travler and Mrs. E. J. Cummins. Thf room1 were SunshineLamp j 3Q0CandlePower I To Trv In Your Own Homo Tsrac&lzEtlntodar. GUMtetterllght than gu, toctrtdtx or li ordinary kkiDptfttoiM-uoththaooct. ForBoraee, tUor-M. Stilt, Chm-eha. X child c&n mrrj It. nkea tta own Cffkt from tcamoc gmaotln. Afcsotatcr SAFE. COSTS 1 CENT A KI6HT WHI pay for Itself in ninety days. Best readint? lamo in the workL No wick, no chimney, no mantle troqblev no dirt, no odor, no emoke. Guaranteed 6 rears. FosSxleCY AC.ENT, tMJO M1KTU AUML. PASO HERALD decorated with red carnations and ferns, and little brown March hares were about the rooms. Favors of small cardboard hares were giv en the guests. Upon each w.-s the name of some character in "Alice in Wonderland." "A contest of pinning the cars on a March hare was won by John I Tlgue and Helen Ferguson. Puzzle pic tures and other games amused the chil dren during tbe afternoon. The chil dren found their partners for refresh ments by matching the characters from "Alice in Wonderland" upon their rab bit souvenirs. In the refreshments, tne cakes were in the shape of little rab bits. Assisting Mrs. Trayler and Mrs. I Cummins -in entertaining the young sters were Mrs. O. A. Danielson. Mrs. H. A. Schrock. Mrs. I. J. Ayers and Miss Emma Hoffman. The girls assisting in I serving were Misses Lucile Ayers, Hel- I en Ferguson. Virginia Staliings, Grace Gibson, Bertha .Gibson, Dora Gibson, i Louise Jones. Marie Grider and Gladys ' Ray. Among the children present were i Lawrence Graham. Clarence Roberts, I Lee Orndorff. Charlotte Crawford, Mary j Frances Crawford, Jesse Pruett, Halker ! Pruett. Grace Gibson, Bertha Gibson, I Dora Gibson, Lucille Ayers. Frances Ayers, Dorothy Danielson. Helen Fer guson. Sue Bettie Ferguson. Virginia Staliings, Louise Jones, Lelia Amonett. Sallle Glenn. Louise Haigbt Ben Lewis Clements. Robert Fitzgerald. Howard FitzgenUd. Winifred Fitzgerald, Robert Winans, John Tigue. Walter Tlgue. John Johnson, Lynn Guerry. Essie Kyle. Motile Lawler. Wilma Lawler, Jane Griffith. Marie Grider. Gladys Ray. Ruth Allen. Gladys Allen, Frank Mar tin. Annie Louise Daniels. Robert Wal ters, Joseph Anderso;.. Harry Davis, Robert Johnson. Frederick Mattox. Bil lie Owen, Robert Reeves, Morgan Good hart, Lewis Bryant. Henry Beard. Mat tie Roberts, Jerry Morris. Ralph Weyer. Kathleen Beard, Marguerite Moltane, Kllinore McEnery. Ruth Price, Eliza beth Finley. May McDanlels. Margaret McClellan, Jean Goodhart, Helen Ruth Hartley and Esther Meridith. a ances. The Sigma Delta Sigma club met Sat urday night at the home of Miss Anne Magoffin and Joe Magoffin, on Magof fin avenue. After a short business meeting, dancing was enjoyed. Only the club members were present. These were Misses Dorothy Williams, Clio Russell, Jane Burges, Katherine Dick, Helen Stewart. May Kranzthor and Margaret Schuster; the boys were Sol omon Stolaroff, Manuel Stolaroff. Leon ard Goodman, John Crockett, Jack Thompson. Ted Piatt. Don Piatt, Row land Kemp. Harwood Simmons, Ervin Schwartz and Wilfred Kranzthor. There was the usual gay crowd at the Country club dahte Saturday night. Among some of those present were Mr. and Mrs. Alves Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Whitaker. Mr. and Mrs. Zach Lamar Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Waters Davis. Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner, Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Jamieson, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Latta, Mr. and Mrs. Harry & Potter, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krakauer. Mr. and Mrs. William Wall. Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Nations, Maj. and Mrs. W. R. Sample, Maj. and Mrs. Thomas F. Schley, Capt. and Mrs. (ieorge c JSarnnarut. capt- and Mrs. Ben Lear, Cap, and Mrs. George W. Moses, Lieut- and Mrs. H. B. Lewis, Lieut- and Mrs. Charles K. Nulsen, Lieut, and Mrs. Robert O. Cotton, Lieut, and Mrs. Clarence i.i. Danielson. Lieut. and Mrs. Hugo D. Schultz, Lieut- and Mrs. T. & Bridges, Lieut, and Vrs. M. Shallenberger: Mesdames W. M. James, oi Merida, Yucatan: . T. Flint, of Ot tumwa. la.: W. & Til ton. Caroline Juries, of Milwaukee: Stanley Johnson: Mtsses Sarah Bridgers. Alice Wuift, Olne Davis, Florence Cleveland, "Vir ginia Hill. Mary Hill, ijtnnil Hill. race Wingo. Margaret Davis. Mary Kaje Alves. Wanda Race. Frances May. field. Lydia Pence, Floy Pence, Vir ginia Semple, Margaret Johnson, Mary Turney Nations. Beulah Brown: Gen. J. J. PerstylnavCapt, AIM W.,Bjom stad. Capt. Clyffard Game, Capt: Martin L Crimmins. Lieuts. Oliver S. Wood. Theodore Barnes, jr.. Stuart W. Cra mer, jr. P. K. Johnson, Oennia K. Mc Cunniff. Clifford Mathews. Francis M. Brannan: Messrs. W. H. F. Judd. Rob ert Martin. Carl ... Beers, Ted Hough ton. W. H. Tuttle. . Lowther Wood. Tally Brown. Roger Brown, John Mc- .Naughton. Edmund Hobart. Page-I temp, r. j. boh. Tea uavis. Krnest Sauer. James Alvea. W. F.r Payne and Robert McCarte. Cards. Mrs. Joe Talpie wHi entertain Fri day afternoon at her home on Prospect avenue with a bridge party. Mrs. Levi Davis will entertain the Silent Twelve card club Tuesday after noon, at the home of Mrs. Charles E. GaskllL 150 Newmon street. Mrs. D. Schwartz is entertaining this afternoon at her home on Wyoming street with the first of a series of bridge parties. She will entertain again Tuesday afternoon. In honor of Miss Frances Gillespie, whose wedding occurs tonight, Mrs. W. S. Crombie and Miss Sue Crombie entertained Saturday afternoon with an informal card party for four tables of the most intima friends of tbe bride-to-be. Miss Virginia Ilia won the first prise. Miss Olive Davis re ceived the consolation prise. A two course luncheon was served when the card games were over. Complimentary to Mrs. Lawrence Birthisel. of Mount Pleasant, Texas. who has been the guest of Mrs. George Franklin for the past week, a delight ful auction bridee nartv na. frin Saturday afternoon by Miss Hattie Mae "rvi. at nr nome in Manhattan Heights. Jonquils and white carna tions 'were used in ouantitlA ahAnt the rooms and carried out a color plan i ,ui; awau jeuow, wmcu was re peated in the two course luncheon served at the completion of the card games. The hostess was assisted In entertaining by her mother, Mrs. W. H. Loretz. Miss Pauline Bryan won the first prize, Mrs. J. G. Barada the sec ond prize and the consolation prize went to Miss Lottie Pollock, of San Angelo. Mrs. Birthisel will be the house guest of Miss Isretx for tha. .-nm- ing week. M. Jt Jt .a. Automobiling. X H linprthal an, ur x. u.., . --....K. .,. ,. n.iauwi motored to Hueco Tanks Sunday. in ftiromer moiorparty going to this picturesque spot were Mr. and Mrs. Les lie Peainvin Vra W a. rllfHH u..-.. Pearson and W, H. Tuttle. Juuge and Mrs. F. E. Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Locke H.'Tuoker. formed a motor part that visited .Hueco Tanks for a picnic Nuaflav A party of young people motored to j the Hueco Tianirai Sainaw n.a .-.....-.. I a picnic lunch. They made tbe trip I . .ww uwcuinvs. in tne party were , "b fxmjinan rim, Mary Hill. Mar raret IavU. Grace Wlngo. Beulah Brown. Mary Turney Nations. Messrs. Tom Mayfleld. Tom Newman. George G. Shannon. Harvey Wilcox, Mason Pollard and Lieut Theodore Barnes, jr. Hotel Sheldon Announcement. Beginning ifwiav tKa. unlal h.uAn Cafe management announces the, re- ' sumption of their Merchants' Luncheon from 11.5 to I p. m., for fifty cents; also the evening Table !' Hote Dollar Dinner, from 5:6 till 9 oelock. Adv. Mrs. J. C. Black, of Courtland, Ariz, it ill at Providence" hospital. Mrs. Black is the mother of Miss Alpha Black, head nurse of the county hos pital, who was formerly on the nursing staff of Providence hospital. Helen Keller, deaf, blind and dumb. whom after 3 years' patient effort has l'arnetl to speak, will lecture on hap piness at the Texas Grand theater M.nch II. matinee and night- Prices. " '" and J; all matinee seats re s' i v . d. e.u h seat check to accompany .M'n..' it. kri Seats at Ryan's. Wed i.' 'la and Thursda. Adv. Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. .The Saxons' club will have a stag din ner next Sunday night in the private dining room of Hotel Sheldon. The Missionary society of the West minster Presbyterian churh will give a tea Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs J. W. B. Robinson. I00 .'Ion tana street Miss Mary Turney Nations entertained at dinner Saturday night at the Coun try club preceding the week end dance. Her guests were Misses Mary HllL Han nah Hill. Grace Wingo. Lieut. Theodora Barnes, jr.. Harvey Wilcox. Tom New man and Lieut. Dennis McCunniffL Mrs. J. H. Bromberg entertained with a dinner Sunday at her home on Magoffin avenue. Red roses decorated the table. After dinner the guests spent the afternoon plaving bridge. There were 15 guests. Miss Dorothy Morgan . nd Miss Edith Morgan entertained the last of the week with a delightful luncheon at their home at Fort Bliss. Their suests were Lieut, and Mrs. W. W. Overton. Mrs. "W. A. McCain. Miss Valeria Gar rard. Lieut. T. H. Monroe. Lieut Theo dore Barnes, jr.. and Lieut. L S. Martin. An informal luncheon was given Sat urday afternoon at Hotel Paso del Norte by Mrs. Charles H. Stillwell. of New Orleans. Her guests were Mrs. J. H. HurxtbaL Mrs. D. Clark, of San Francisco, and Mrs. J. R. Abbott, of New York. After the luncheon the guests enjoyed a motor trip to Ysleta. Mrs. Stillwell is in Kl Paso for a few days on her way to the Panama-Pacific exposition at San Francisco. In honor of Mrs. W. M. James, of Merida, Yucatan, a dinner was given by W. H. Tuttle. Saturday night at the Country club, preceding the weekened dance. A basket of Klllarney roses dec orated the table and pmk shaded can dies were about the table. Mr. Turtle's guests were Mesdames W. M. James. I. T, Flint, of Ottumwa. O.; W. & Tllton. Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nations. The violet tea to have been given by circle three, of the aid society of the First Methodist church Tuesday after noon, at the home of Mrs. W. H. Pick ets, has been postponed until Tuesday afternoon of next week. The Army. Brig. Gen. Fred A. Smith, retired, ac companied by Mrs. Smith, is a guest at the Paso Del Norte for a few' days. Brig. Gen. Smith served during the Spanish war as a major of volunteers and was attached to the comr-lssary department- He was made brigadier general October 24. IStg. being colonel of the 8th Infantry at that time. He retired May IS. 1S13. School Notes. The usual meeting of tbe Forum debating society of the high school was held Friday night. Plans were dis cussed to cooperate with the Sam Houston society in preparing some kind of a money raising campaign to pay for tbe trip of the debating team to Roswell and also to finance the. school athletics. Weddings. ' Miss Grace Elizabeth Cummings and SL R. Davis were married Sunday morn ing by Rev. C. L. Overstreet at his home on Noble street. Tbe bridal couple were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rawles. Miss Amelie Rieves. J. R. McCrummen and S. A. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will make their home on their ranch near Fabens. Nearly 500 Neu) Yorkers Kill Themselves? 170 Arc Killed by Autos in Year New York. Starch . According to the, annual report of lae coroner which has just been issued 494 people in New York city, took their own lives dur ing 1914. The report calls attention to the fact that the methods of suicide have changed. Ten ears ago 4 per cent of all were by carbolic acid. Then a Jk-w was pass.d making it difficult t obtain the acid, and the percentage dropped to 15. The despondent then turned to shooting. In 1911' there were 15 suicides by this means. A law reg ulating the carrying and purchasing of firearms reduced the suicides by shoot ing to S In 1I2. 8 in 1313 and i in 114. With the restricted sales of car bolic acid and pistols, bi-chloride of mercury tablets have come into use. In 1914 there were :4 suicides by this means, whereas ten years ago the drug was practically unknown as a means of ending life. The report also shows that 170 per sons were killed in Manhattan last year by automobiles. Of these 83 were under 14 years. Street cars and wagons took an-additional toll of 7 s .children. While at the transfer, station, stop In and look over the new magazines at the El Paso Book Co. -It's handy." Adv. Watch the Globe Mills Dollar. Adv. Start the day right. Have Arondale rolled oats for breakfast deHclpns and nutritious. At your grocer's. Adv. "Watch the Globe Mills Dollar. Adv. ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUCH SRASHOIHC CSOUT BKUflLmUA IAIAXKH LOWS Est 1179 A.cnp!e.s.fe3 effective treatment aroii- nig dregs, used mm success for 35 yean. The air carryics the antiseptic vapor, inhaled with every breath, makes breathing easy. sootoestnesorcuiroat, and stops theconzh, aisurins restful nifihts. CresoJeae is invaluable to mothers with young chHdrcn and a boon to sufferers from Asthma, Send us postal for descriptive booklet .SOLD V O.UCOISTS VAPOCRESOUIIECO. ft CrUaaJlSl.. N.T. The Treatment of nfluenza or La Grippe It IS quite refreshing these davs to read of n clearly definea treatment for Influenza or I La Grippe. In an article la the "Lancet- Clinic." Dr. James Bell, of New York City, says be Is convinced that too much medics- two is both unnecessary and Injurious. I When called to a case of la grippe, the I patient is usually seen wnea tne zever is present, as the chill which occasionally ushers In tbe disease, has generally pasted away. Dr. Bell then orders that the bowels be opened freely with seats, "ActoWs' or eltrate of magnesia. For the high fever, severe headache, palp and general soreness, one Antl-kamnla Tablet every three hours Is quickly followed by complete relief. Ask for A-K Tablets. They are also unex celled for headache, neuralgia and all palac. 0 ElLtn9k!s09ssssV Kr 'rCl3r'WVl Iiy IIIRB RED WINTON SIX'S IBIS Models Ask for J. ElKs or A. Bering AT PHONE Hi. Moudav, March OFFICERS OF MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS' ORDERED TO ACTIVE DUTY Washington. V. C. March t The follow ing army orders have been issued: The following named officers of medical reserve corps ordered to active duty: Irlrst Lieut. James V. Fallal. First Lieut. Stevens T. Harris. First Lieut. J. Samuel White, First Ueut. William H. Seemaa. First Lieut, chare's C. Hllmaa. Medical corps, ordered to Fort Meyer. Vs., and re port to commanding officer for temporary duty during absence of Maj. Douglas F. Du mal. medical corps. First Lieut- John W. Stewart, corps o engineers, relieved from duty In New York Clfty ordered to Washington barracks. D. C First Lieut. George P. Stallmau. medical reserve corps, ordered to B-nlcla arsenal. Cat., and report to commanding officer for iuty. Maj. Glen F. Jenks. ordnance department, relieved from duty at Sandy Hook proving ground. Sandy Hook, N. J . and ordered to Manila. P. L. and report to commanding general. Philippine department, for duty. afaj. Adam . Caaad. ordnance depart ment, relieved from duty at Manila ord nance depot. Manila. P. I . and ordered to Washington. O. C . and report to chief of ordnance for duty in his office. GUADERRAMA'S FRIENDS CLAIM HE WAS EXECUTED Friends of Jesus Guaderrama claim to have evidence that h- was executed in Juarez three days after being taken to the Mexican side in an automobile. Guaderrama disappeared on the night of February 18 and has not been seen since. Rewards have been offered for the return of his body, which rewards have not been claimed. His friends declare that a Mexican army officer stated that Guaderrama was held in the cuartel in Juarez in an effort to make him tell who was fur nishing the arms for men crossing t the Mexican side. After being held for three days, he was executed, the mas said. nOCKEFKLLBR WILL AID HOSPITALS I.V CHINA New York. March i The crhlna Medical Board of the Rockefeller Foundation has been organised, it is announced, for the jurpose of Improv ing medical and hospital conditions in Chlna- This will include aid for the two or more medical schools in China, de scribed as inadequately equipped; the .strengthening of the staffs of the mis sion and other hospitals;! assistance in the establishment of two modern tuberculosis hospitals and the estab lishment of six ?leM scholarships, with traveling expenses, to enable Chinese graduates in medicine to prosecute further studies abroad, and of five scholarships to enable Chinese nurses to obtain training in this country. "STATION A" TO BB NXMK OF NBW SUBURBAN POSTOPFICB Arrangements are being made by the local postoffice for the establishment of a new carrier service in the east ern part of the city, to become ef fective upon the completion of the new branch postoffice, located on Cedar street, between Montana street and the Boulevard. It is expected that tbe of fice will b$ open and the service in operation on May 1. It will be "Sta tion A." Practically all of the following dis tricts will be Included ,u the new ser vice: Government Hill. Altura -ark. Highland Park, Manhattan Heirrhts. Castle Heights. Richmond Terrace, a large part of Grand View, and all of McKinley avenue as far as houses are built, including the Country club. CONSTABLE GBTS WROXG MAN IN ARRESTING SONINL.VW Dover. Me.. March S. Constable E. L. Smart arrested the wrong man in his soninlaw. Herbert Steeves. whom he thought resembled the picture of a fugitive from Leavenworth peniten tiary. 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