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Cooking School Section Cooking School Section Friday, April Seesod, 1915. Quick Bread, Hot Rolls; How To Make Them EL MRS. EVDNS ALSO TO SHOW HOW TOHiniEElG Cheese Cakes "Will Be Another of Her Demonstrations, All of These on the Opening Day of The Herald's Big Pure Food Show and Cooking School; She Favors Calling It Convention of Housewives. MRS. EDNA J. EVANS has arrived from Los Angeles and fa busy today supervising the arrange ments for The Herald's- cooking school a'ld pure food show. The doors open Saturday afternoon fo' the first sessions, at 1:30. There Iill be a concert by Van Surdam's or c nestra from that hour until 2:15, -when the actual demonstration will begin. Our.ng the interval between the time ft doors open and the lectures and riionstrations begin, the guests of The Herald will inspect the pure food rnd other exhibits which are now be i'ig installed These exhibits will con sist of ail manner of household con i emences and appurtenances and will le of reat interest to every house wife? Pure foods will also be shown. Every one of these lessons are going to be of value to every woman in Kl Paso and The Herald invites them all to attend each demonstration. There is no cost to it; everything is free. The Herald pays all the bills. The women are urged to bring note books, a dish and a spoon. The note books should be filled with Mrs. Evans's valuable suggestions; the dish and spoon are for tasting the prepara tions which she will show how to make. First Day's Menu. ( The menu for the opening day is most interesting. It will consist of the following: Short method bread. Hot rolls. Maonnaise dressing. Cheese cakes. Mrs. Evans wilt also show how to shape and color hard boiled eggs into semblances of fruits. These are par ticularly timely for Easter. Mrs. Evans's snort method for mak ing bread is simple. She will show the housewives how to make delicious bread in five hours. Improved Dread Making. "Manv women." said Mrs. Evans to day, -do not make their own bread because of the time they imagine It takes. Our mothers had to make their bread for large families, often being compelled to make their own yeast. This necessitated an overnight 'sponge.' careful watching lest the dough chill, and the bread finallv fin ished after 24 hours. The use of com pressed yeast has made this time and worry in bread making a thing of the past and bread may now be "set at 7 in the morning and taken from the oven at noon." Slaking Mayonnaise. Mrs. Evans will make a mayonnaise dressing and tell her hearers the secret of making it quickly and so that it will never 'separate. "If hls cooking school could be termed a 'housewives' convention it would suit me immensely." said Mrs. Evans. "There is every sort of con vention for both men and women ex cept that of getting new thoughts upon the, perhaps, homely but very Im portant subject of cooking. I hope every woman who attends these ses sions vvjll feel that any questions she wishes to ask or any original ideas wiir be cordially welcomed." EL PASO SUFFRAGISTS TO HEAR SUFFRAGE TALK BY- R. F. SURGES r; 1CHARD F. SURGES will give a lecture on equal suffrage and the work for the suffrage amendment .i the recent legislature at Austin, un ir the auspices of the El Paso Equal V-anchiee league. The date.of the lec ture has not been definitely determined. but will probably be given the evening of April 12, and will be open to the Jublif The arrangements for the lecture w. r, the principal business of the meet- ' ing of the franchise league Thursday afternoon, in the parlors of Hotel Orn dorff. The lecture by Mr. Burges will be The first of a number -of lectures and debates that will be conducted by the franchise league In the future A debate is being arranged for the latter part of the month at which prominent speakers will discuss the suffrage ques tion. Mrs. D. C. Booth, second vice presi dent, presided over the opening part of the meeting Thursday atternoon, ana Distinctive Easter MILLINERY Here you may find the authentic millinery styles for Spring stj'Ies that have all the smartness of the best Parisian hats correct in every detail of material, shade and design. And the variety is almost unlimited. Day by day almost hour by hour novel conceptions issue from our workrooms to charm by their beauty, and -please by their lowness of price. Featuring Hats at $5 and $7.50 Extra -special values at each of these two prices. Beautiful Milan, Hemp and Leghorn Hats that are smartly trimmed with ribbons, flowers and feathers. Dress, semi-dress and tailored hats Two unusual Pre-Easter Specials $5.00 and $7.50 (SfaftuiaL .7ar7reaRZrA".Wx mKM mjUMMmASAZ"r'mxzsi&lss Mrs. & J. Fennel, first vice president, conducted the latter part of the meet ing. Mrs. J. D. Soper conducted the study of parliamentary law; In the ab sence of the parliamentarian. Mrs. L. K. Underhtll, who was ill. The routine reports were given by the officers. The study of the Wom an's Citizen's Library on political science win oe conducted by the members in alphabetical order, each member lead ing in the discussion and study of one chapter. A blackboard to be used in connection with the study was donated to the society by Miss Margaret Walsh. Mrs. S. H. Worrell, chairman of the program committee, gave an interest ing talk on the women of Europe in their attitude toward woman's suffrage. She spoke of the universal dread of war among the women of all the European countries and said that women of the world who bore, nursed and reared the men who must be slain in the wars were all opposed to war. She believed that the result of this war would be a worldwide demand for equal voice in the government by women. Mrs. S. J. Fennell, Mrs. J. P. Soper, Mrs. A- F. Si e vers and Mrs. B. F. Jenkins spoke briefly on points Drought out in Mrs. Worrell's talk. A oa Bed-as eying of -the board of di rectors was held following the regular meeting. The regular monthly meet ing of the board of directors was set for the first Thursday in each month, to be held immediately following the regular meeting. Dr. Corinne McCar thy was appointed chairman of a com mittee to prepare badges in the suf frage colors to be worn by all the mem bers at the lecture by Mr. Burges. The badges will be ready for distribution at the next meeting, which will be held next Thursday afternoon at S oclock in the parlors of Hotel Orndorff. Among the new members added to the society were: Mrs. R. E. Thomason. Mrs. H. J. Sterner. Mrs. N. B. Lane and Miss Helen Roberts. Women's Organizations. Mrs. H. P. Jackson was the hostess for the Thursday Embroidery club at her home on Rio Grande street Thurs day afternoon. There were no guests outside of the club members. The aft ernoon was spent in sewing. Much amusement was caused by the April Fool's day refreshments served at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. William Graved will be the next hostess of the club. Mrs. W. A. Haigh entertained the Needlecraft club at her home on Lee street Thursday afternoon. The I rooms were decorated with potted plants and ferns an J varicolored car nations, and about the flowers were little Easter chickens and Easter rab bits. The afternoon was spent by the members in fancy work and at the close a salad course was enjoyed. Mrs. U C. Richardson was the only guest of the dub. The next meeting of the club -will be held at the home of Mrs. C It. Smith. The aid and missionary societle of the Grand View Baptist mission will hold an Easter social at the chapel Fri day at 7:J p. m.. All the Baptist churches of the city nave been invited. There will be several brief speeches on the various departments of the Grand view work. Mrs. A. A. Lawler and Mrs. Clara Bondurant will sing. Readings will be given by Mrs. Stella MfeBride. There will be other musical features, and the King's Ambassadors will have recitations. f "Sir U MKlS ulSiSlilttBli' i rail "U llfl Blul SMi imSWmtF HI ft iW HllHii-fiwK IP It i II IHI LBFlilIiaVD'arsssssH . Tfiiu I MwXmUMimm ;HJi n HlwlnlHfifTii ulwE '13 B lil fill I II I 10 Will Put This Victrola Outfit In Your Home During the balance of this week we will offer these Special Low Terms on this Victrola outfit: For only $ 1 0 down payment you can buy this style X. Victrola'and 1 0 double-face Records, retailing at 75c, and 2 large Dance Records,, retailing at $1.25,.'makmg v Twenty-four Selections of Music VICTROLA X, $75 The total amount of this order is $85.00 and you can pay the balance on Easy Terms, ar- ranged.weekly or monthly, as is most convenient to you. Take advantage o this otfer today. . G. Walz Company Established 1881 103 S. El Paso Street w Cards ijjjll Candies for Easter -- : j!'1 wilL convey your greetings most ' appropriately. I Delicious bonbons and chocolates for jljjl "grownups". 'jfll I "Good to eat" Easter-eggs, rabbits and H i i cbieks for the "little-folks". U Oar Sales Agenfa in El Pase are " , 1 1 Elite Ctfectiaery Co. Kelly & PeHard. . 1,1 Euyler's Cocoa, like Buylers Candy, is Supreme jJ The Half and Half Bridge club met Thursday afternoon at the . home of Mrs. J. W. B. Robinson, on Montana street. Mrs. J. M. Lewis won the first prise and the second prise went to Mrs. H. X. Chancy. A luncheon was served after the games. The guests of the club were Mesdaroea S. M. Aguirre, W. P. Miller and W. C. Raum. The club will meet next time witk Mrs. George Taylor. Mrs. Clarence D. Johnson enter tained 'the Eureka club Thursday aft ernoon at her home on Bliss street. The rooms were attractively decorated with Jonquils and violets and little Easter chickens and Easter rabbits. Mrs.' T. B. Rains won the prise for the highest score, a luncheon cloth. Re freshments were enjoyed after the games. Mrs. T. B. iUins will be the next hostess of the club. Aboul El Pasoans. Mrs. F. R. Koch, who has been ill for a few days, is much better. Mrs. Stella Crouchet and family moved Thursday to 1224 Prospect ave nue, from their former home. 9f East BouIevatU Miss Irene Mebus. who waa operated upon at Hotel Kleji last Friday .for ap pendicitis, has been removed to her home. 1601 Cotton avenue. She fat doing Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mayer. who re turned Thursday from California, where they spent their honeymoon, were the guests of honor at a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. A. & Jacobs, at their home on Montana street. Thurs Hnv -niB-ht The table was decorated with pink roses and ferns in a large white basket. The handle wis tied with a big bow of pink tulle. Tii table was laid with a cluny lae din ner set. The chairs occupied by the guests of honor were ornamented with very high backs, formed of pink twined with antilax and roses and tied with large pink tulle bows. Above Mrs. Mayer's chair was a pretty can opv of pink" streamers and pink roses. About the house were pink roses and garlands of bleedin- hearts, with fes toons oi smilax. A seven course din ner was served. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mayer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Mayer. Misses Grace Mayer. Lu cille Mayer and little Bella Jacobs. Messrs. Karl Blumenthal and Godfrey Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer are tem porhJWT located - at Hotel. B&ao. da Norte. Later they will go to. house keeping Mrs. Mayer was formerly M'.ss Eleanor Mathlas and Is a very popular member of the younger social set. Mrs. B. E Widdas gave a delight ful lnucheon Thursday afternoon at her home on Montana street in honor of Miss Reba Elliott, whose engage ment to Otto Armstrong was an nounced at the luncheon. The an nouncement waa upon the place cards, which were heart shaped, of pink, with a photograph of the engaged couple in the shape of a wedding bell, upon the cards The place cards were con cealed within a large basket filled with -pink roses and ferns in the cen ter of the table. Streamers of narrow pink ribbon extended from the cen tral basket to the favors at each guest's plate, which were small white baskets, filled with salted nuts. The handles were ornamented with small pink roses. The central basket handle was twined with smilax and tied with a large butterfly bow of pink tulle Festooned about the handle were gar lands of bleeding hearts and these flowers were mingled with the roses in the basket At the end of the guest of honor's ribbon streamer was her engagement ring. The chair occupied by the bride-to-be was ornamented with a semi-canopy effect of wired, pink streamers tied at the top with a big bovr of pink tulle in which was caught a large pink rose. Pink shaded candles in silver stlSs were about the table, which was laid with a Japanese linen cloth embroidered in chrysanthe mum pattern. The luncheon 'was served in six courses. The guests were the girls who will be Miss Elliott's bridesmaids, and were Mrs. D. M. Ev ans, her sister, who -vill be, (he matron of honor: Misses Beatrice Pateman. Teraa Fleck, Mary Lewis, Mary Wad liingtoa, Anita Maetxe and .Beuiah Brown. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. C. F. Elliott and Mrs T. B. Cunningham. The color plan of pink was carried out in the decoration of the other rooms, pink roses and pink fruit blossoms being used. Parties. Why :votr We have a fe,w genuine Japanese hand embroidered mandarin coata and kimonos on display. They are exquis itely dainty handwork. In beautiful and strikingly clever designs: some gor geously embroidered in gold. As fast as they arrive from the orient, these beautiful robes will be added to our stock of art goods. Within avery short time we hope to have a complete as sortment. Beach's Art Shop, 14 Pioneer Plasa. City Natl. Bank BWg. (Advertisement.) The Army. Lieut, and Mrs. J. B. AnanBBssn. of the 1th field artillery, witt not arrive lit El Paso from touglas until the last of the month. They will visit Mrs Vndrrson's parents, Mr and l!r- T M inu. The junior and intermediate mission ary society of Trinity Methodist will have an Easter egg hunt Saturday af ternoon at X oclock in Mnndy park. A delightful Japanese tea party was given at the home of Mrs. Charles B. Stevens, on West Boulevard, by the members of the Aid society of the First Congregational church. Thurs day afternoon. The house was attrac tively decorated with fresh apple blos soms in Jars and vsses about the rooms. Wisteria vines were twined about the columns between the music room and the living room and also about the chandeliers. The electric lights were covered with Japanese lan terns. Japanese tea and imported rice cakes were served by young women In Japanese costume. During the-afternoon musical selections were given. Miss Margaret Young played a num ber of piano solos. Miss Julia Cold well sang selections from "Madame ButterHy" Mrs. J. J Tyndall sang "Annie Laurie" and' 'Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms." UMs DaQa, RoaeaaMiav jau..Mwat wiiii ill ASOMXusar ts latjumi ana entertaining the largo nuniWa1 of 'call ers were: Mrs. C B. Stevens, Mrs. J. J. Tyndall. Misses Marie Newton, tau rine Bailey. Julia CoMwelL Margaret Young and Winifred Jackman. -a were in Japanese costume. Mrs. Ta mura Hilworth, in Japanese costume, presided over a room of Japanese nov elties. The tea was well attended. The Philathea and Barrara classes of the Trinity Methodist church were entertained Thursday night at the'homa of Miss Anna B. Murry by the losing side of the classes in an attendance contest Just closed in the Sunday school. The party being on April Fool's day. the guests came dressed in "tacky" costumes. Games and fun making stunts were the amusements of the evening and the old fashioned candies and gingerbreads were served as the refreshments. Harry Murry. as Mr. Newly-Wed. won the prise for the men's tackiest costume. Miss Elisa beth Brown, as "Mrs. Doolittle" and MUs Vera Ballard as "Miss Snapdragon won the prises for the tackiest girrs costumes. The hostesses of the party were Misses Ernestine Marry. Anna B. Murry and Mabel Murry. Those oresent (-were Misses Nannie Barnes, Vernon junningnam. Margaret Cunningham, Fleta Mae Ferguson. Frances Oliver. Lilian ShawJanie Mitchell. Carrie Shaw. Kena Shea, Frances Tnrrentine, Nettie Wilson, Dorothy Winans. Amand Hel mann. Lucv Claire Hoard. ITleanor Wright, Edna Thomas. Era Thomas. Lila i nomas, Louise Hooper, nyra Fergu son. Elisabeth Brown. Mrs Geora: B. Oliver and Mrs. C V. Murry. Messrs. Harry Henderson. W. N. Harshman. Harry Stacy. Fletcher Thomas, Churchill Scott Charner Gunning. Harry Murry. Sehrouck, W. H. Mc Conlco, Russell Mitchell. A. Raymond. Out Of Town Visitors. Roscoe Conklln son of the lata sena tor, is in El Paso for a short time on his way to Mexico. Miss Lila Wilhanka has aa her srusat. Mhw Lucy Ryan, of Chicago. She will be here for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John Leaver), of Salt Lake City, are visiting their brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Leaven, at their home in Manhattan H.lghts. They will be here for about a week. Miss Byrd Wallace Knox, of Houston, Texas, is the guest of her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Ogg. at their home 2..W.e,t, Mj?s$nri - Was Knox will be in El Paso for about a month and will then continue her trip to. San Francsco, where she win visit rela tives and attend the Panama-Pacific exposition. Weddings. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Elliott announce if.e e?s'i5Snt ef their o8liter. Mias Reba. Elliott, to Otto Armstrong. The wedding will occur early In June. Powell's Home Bakery Bread, Cakes and 411 EAST BOULEVARD. QVAVYTY .OJPi a TtWCMf MOTuvi f . Biutii nm " 9 ssHtRMVW. 1fH.NjV.- . it -r-r . jwftrs V3A S-&C& j ir -. . - r jf ii ? Pastri es PHONE 2801. PROMPT DELIVERIES CHAS. C. POWELL. Prop. For the hostran Ideal refreshments and easy to serve are Dicksle brand fruits. Advertisement. Albninhrn Pictures, no vaudeville. Adv. 1 BASTER 1VBBK SKRVICK WILL CLOSE THIS KVB.M.VG Tin- closing service of the Easter week special services at the First Chris tian church will be hold this evening beginning at 7:20. . The young women - of the Triangle club, in charge of Mra. M. T Hivml will present an Easter exercise during J company exhibit at the chamber of the first half hour and the pastor. Rev. f commerce, has been comoleted. The fur P. J. Rice will follow with a brief ser- niture Is made of Madera pine and s mon- '.' being stained in various colors. AUTO TRUCK AND NICKEL CAR COLLIDE, MAN HURT A Reo truck, driven by F.Smlth. a- TsaJMnna; contractor, air a rd nickel service car cdilidod at the in tersection of Montana and Kansas r9lSbou SM Thursday evening. and Francisco Ortega was thrown frcm the truck and rendered uncon-SP"- He was taken to Hotel Dieu, where he recovered Thursday night and was discharged Friday morning. Mr. Smith, accompanied by C. C Thompson, his partner, and a number k.. w?rklnn. . driving down Kansas. In crossing Montana street the truck and the nickel car met. Tw?hI"sn8er; were in tn ". " v were hurt- Bot" Smith and . K. Bennett, the driver of the nickel ear. were arrested by tire police chHBed vit reckless driving " ' w2,e-SaL.':.JTs? ! ." wlJi,"? be -tr of the tTutk delSLL'i!:? of " Acnie laundry Cll. Vij "mM uroKen by the seEFri3aymor,",,S at lr ectlon of Montana and Williams !SS? Zbe" .,he barneashroie. Th2 -i:-.- r on its side bVoknM,hernA" L "!- e -- u.i,c, Mr j-kh nuj-j NEW SCHOOL FOR BLIND TO BE URGED IN EXTRA 'SESSION Austin, Tex, pril 2Thi vtpftoal. tlon to build a new Inatitution Ar the blind children of Texaa, which Is a platform demand, will more than like ly receive attention at th coming SaSSLrT?0?- ' ?iJture. Thf ,.3:v ." "nuersiooa, is in har- "TJ.10' the Proposition? doted i. ?2 th"' """J" M Intro accont .rtMe rulr essloa, but on account of Dresmr .rJIZ -.. it failed of passage. It carried an ESSES" nSSW sVeaVor In! ifiSf !2Sf ,new bni on " subject a- the special session, the plan appears to be to include an item oung thia mmt jvv wn, SAN FRANCISCO STREET "'"' I.-v-JTALLBD SOON The, poles for the- lightiatr of s'n '15 P received In a uvn. lor u arm ....l .. .. - .-uaa Birvvi wiu De reeeli few nan in mil J. .-. XT" chinLS'.fr?". " w ma chinery tor th plant, maslo necessary bLib!w ' lighting, hnsau--ready been received. "-"" " ai- It te proposed to hold open house at the chamber of commerce on thelnfa-ht when tteughtsare first tuVed on. Congress Playing Cards Latest as sortment of beautiful backs. M Paw, Argemenl- " ' W Albambra Pictures, no vaudeville. Adv. DOETTE Between Seasons Glove A truly smart and satisfactory glove that is washabfe. Stylish, comfortable, hygienic "Die latest shadesrgreyone and chamois, also white and black Men, women, and chikfren. Name in every pale , a.l illl?. t-or yuur .. pj dealer . Ell k i III BS ito 3 aTt IllPIPt Nadine Face Powder (In Grttn Boxtt Onir) Keeps The Complexion Beautiful Softaadveh-ety Mosey back if not eo- trniy pleated. Nadine Is rnrs and barm less. AdserMfantfl washed o Prevents sunburn and return of dtscoloraticns. Amuncs dsfaehted users prove its value. Tints: Flesh. Ftak, Brunette, White. By Toilet Coantmn or Matt. 50c National To3et Company, Paris. Tana. MtDE IX EL PASO" FCICSITURB. 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