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Et PASO HERALD
Tuesday, "April 6, 1915 Mr Edison Concerts Are Features Daily At The Herald's Cooking School SOCIETY DOINGS Women's Organizations. The sewing circle of the Philathea Us of Trinity Methodist church will rji.Tt Saturday afternoon at the home ( i Mrs. H. P. Hadfleld. i-irde live, of the First Methodist . hurch aid society, met the last of the week at the home of Mrs. Crawford Harvie. on BliSb street Following the outine business, a social time was en o e-i and light refreshments senred in the hostess. It J. A. Rawlings will talk on In i nous and contagious diseases Fri tj.i nijjht at 7:15 oclock in the gjrtn Bafcium room of the Young Women's Christian association This talk is one of a, series of health talks being given ti prominent physicians every two weeks in the T. W. C A. down town rooms The monthb meeting of the board of directors of the Young Women's Chris tinn association will be held April 15 In 1h" down town rooms of the associa tion. The meeting of the committees for membership and subscriptions for the T AV. C A will be held Friday afternoon at the boarding home, on Mis souri street. Tr- Woman's Missionary society of h. First Christian church will meet tlue afternoon at 5 oclock in the .' ii'ch parlors Mrs R. B. Homan and L-r division will have charge of the Ingram. Mrs I A Shedd will review h first chapter of the study book. rhe -hild in the Midst " There will be sp. lal music, of which Miss Mabelle Bn an ill be in charge. The mnicr Oueen Esther circle of the Tirst Methodist church met Saturday' ifternoon at tne nome 01 ara. Aintwn V Jones. The study of the book "In r.edmaiTs Land." was lea by Mrs. Jones. fter the devotional exercises and tud'v, a social time was enjoyed. Re freshments were served and the guests nfj liaster egge Among those pres ent were Misses Mvrtle Nold. Florence mten. Helen Mahoney. Florence Ma lionev. Pauline Eck. Ethel Neil. Marie Brown. Fay Ross, Ruby Bozarth and Katherine Kilburn. Chairmen of a, number of commu te es were appointed at the monthly 'uceting of tne Kescue nome assvcia Mesdames Mary -Ross Kiester. Henry Easter. H. B Stevens, sr.. CC F. Hawks. Horace W. Broaddus. C. R. Moreheaa. E. M. Bray, a E. Kelly and J. R. Mc Leod. A number of revisions and amendments were 'made In the bylaws of the chapter, necessitated by the in creasing membership. Mrs. Paul At kinson, the regent, presided at the meeting. Miss Gertrude Tale read the secretary's report Mrs. J. R. McLeod read the treasurer's report The report of the registrar, Mrs. E. M. Bray, was given by the regent One new member. Miss Florence Clark, was admitted to the society. Mrs. Mary Ross Kiester. chairman of the committee appointed to investigate the forming of a branch of the "Children of the Republic" gave her report It was decided that a branch of this society should be or ganized in every school for the purpose of teaching respect to the flag, and Dances. There wiU be the usual semi-monthly post hop at Fort Bliss tonight, given bv the officers of the post for the offi cers of the border patrol and their friends Gen. William & McCaskey and CoL Hayden Grubbs camps of Spanish War Veterans will give a military ball Sat urday evening, April 10. at the audi toriom, which is expected to be at tended by many army aad El Peso people. A delightfully informal dance was given by a number of the men of the younger set at the home of Mrs. J. J. Ormsbee, at the cmelter. There, were present ' Misses Beatrice Pateman, Mary Lewis. Mae Buckaloo, Marjorie McKay. Milda Connolly, Kate Krause, Ruth Critchett. Constance Pateman, A. DeWitt Dora Akin. Gertrude Leigh- t ton, Kveiyn Snaner, Meta Ormsbee, patriotism- It was decided that the The-of0! rgftZJH?,? EnSlle biisbee; M.b.lirB7y Doro i..!iI0J35.ilf..? Mt?J" it""..0? ih,c thy Ormsbee. Charlotte Ormsbee. tl"8ni-'..t JlJr'X?""1; I Messrs. Karl Teagoe. Fred Hardiker. Atkinson, was presented with a large boquet of Killarney roses by Mrs. Mary Ross Kiester, on behalf of the members kor tne cnapier, as an expression or tne f chapter's appreciation of her work and service for the chapter during the past year. Mrs. Atkinson responded with a graceful speech of thanks. About El Pasoans. t on, held Mondaj afternoon In tne parlors of the First Presbyterian murch Mrs. C. F. Elliott, the presi dent, presided. The chairmen ap pointed were. Mrs. Russell Rokahr, chairman or tne memoersnip commit ipe lha uvisl fWtmmlttA and Vim T TV topr. chairman of the finance com- I Angeles, visiting friends. rnitfee The first of a series of in- ' Mr. and Mrs. James F. Teamen, of formal teas and entertainments ior i Hiio, Hawaii, are the parents of a babv daughter, born March zs. Mrs. teamen rr. George Cameron is 111 at his home. Mrs. S. E. Bushong. who (has been quite ill at her home on North Ochoa street, is improving. Br. T. A. Bray is still ill at his home or South Kansas street lie has been ill for several days. Mr. aad Mrs. W. K. Ramsey have moved from their apartments in the Ramsey, to the K. L. Lathrope house. near the Country club. Mrs. G. I Masu.th is recovering from a serious operation at a local hospitals and will bo able to return to her home? on Myrtle avenue this week. Mrs. T. M. White, who has been very 111 at Hotel Dieu, has recovered suf ficiently to return to her home, in the Alexandria apartments. Miss Irene Mebus, who was operated oik at Hotel Dieu recently, is now able to be up again, having been removed back to her home, 1601 Cotton avenne. Miss Mary C. Caples. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William caples. wno is at .ui s vacvi ao l-. ..-. uAa.uu... - f i.nnin. STflflfll at nnrn. I-HIII. : ..3,-.. . j social committee, and Mrs. J. D. spendtac her Easter Vacation in Los ' ", "rr'ST1 J the debt of the Rescue ume will be Rien April IS at the home of Mrs. Russell Rokahr. in Highland Park. An interesting musical program will bo pi en It . was announced that $138 was received from the folk song con trt. given b the Fuller sisters a short time ago. and that this amount was sufficient to meet the interest doe .n the building debt. Four new mem irs were added to the association. These are Mesdames G P. Putnam. Claude Berry. S. S. Baker and Ida Spain Mrs. J. W. Lorentien was elected re gent of the Rebecca Stoddert chapter 'f the Daughters of the American Revo lution at the annual election of the so- lety. held Mondav afternoon at the liome of Mrs. H. W. Broaddus. on Bast Boulevard. Mrs. R. F. Campbell was elected first vice regent; Mrs: R. E. Thomason was elected second vice regent. Mrs. X H. Allen was elected recording secretary: Mrs. B. M G. Wil liams was reelected corresponding se retarj . Mrs. Ia 1m. Robinson was electei treasurer. Miss Gertrude Yale regis trar, and-Mrs. Paul Atkinson, historian. The tellers were Mrs. J R. .McLeod and Mrs. S H. McMullen. The members of tbe board of management elected were: was formerly Miss Ruth Hussman. of El Paso. The baby has been named Muriel Hope Teamen. A number of El Paso boys who are attending school in the east spent the Easter holidays together in New York city. They were all at the Martinique hotel. They were B. F. Bene! H amine tt Guy Hammett Davis. Lee Hibberd. Je rome Dale, Henry Goggin and Hicks Tooley. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Farrar, of El Paso, were with the party. El Pasoans Away. Miss Pauline Bryan has gone to Kansas Citv for a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. W. H. Bryan will leave some time next week to Join Miss Bryan. Mrs. F. I Torres and her mother. Mrs. E- H. Nebeker, have gone to In dianapolis. Ind. After a short visit there Mrs. Torres will go to New York City for a visit before returning to El Paso. Housekeeper To avoid all possibil ity of disappointment in your canned goods, always ask for Avondale. Adv. Powell's Home Bakery ULEVARD. Bread, Cakes and 411 EAST BOULEVARD. miAUTY .OA.W K "TOlYviKWXV I CWASTOW.Vt r.T T ',jfi.&f"'m6a& Yzi' fc J -V if --? r ru PHONE 2801. Pastri es PROMPT DELIVERIES CHAS. C. POWELL. Prop. You can't make as good bread without Crusto as you can with Crusto. You get bread of finei texture, crisper crust, greater del icacy of flavor and an assured snowincss of color. Crusto was made with just one purpose in view tc perform all a good lard's duties and to eliminate all of even the best lard's faults. It 3oes just that. It is absolutely pure it is an ideal short ener and frying medium. It is without color, odor and flavor therefore, it brings out and intensifies all these desirable qual ities in the materials it is used with. ' Compare Crusto with your ideal you'H fiad them identical. Will Crosby. Charles Burrage, Hugh Pickets. Halter Davis, frank Cannon, Harold Kilburn, Hlnton Blackshear, Howard Gilman. Brooks McGirose. Sam Hawkins, Henry Shedd. Edwin Gillette. Mrs. J. J. Ormsbee and Miss Emily Xathurst chaperoned the young people.' Punch was served in the dance Intermissions. The annual ball of the Daughters of Erin, given Monday night In the auditorium hall on Mills street, was a most successful affair and was at tended bv about 35 people. Mayor I". B- Kelly and Mrs. Gus Momsen. the division president of the organisation, led the opening march. The hall was elaborately decorated with festoons oC crepe novelty paper strearfiers. in the colors of the order green, white and yellow. Punch was served in the dance Intermissions. The guests were re ceived by Mesdames Gus Momsen, J. K. Gemoetz. J. T. Grant, M. C HempeL J J. Murphy and 3arl Maxon. The members of the door committee were Cus Momsen. Leo Griem, James Bren nan and J. H. Morrison. The arrange ment committee was composed of Mesdames J. McHindes, James Meutt mann. Dave Andrew, J. C. Ronan, T. M. Ryan and George Savage. On the floor committee were Messrs. Tom Kelly. C. Mulcahy. Karl Maxon. J. V. Hufihes, J. E. Gemoetz, W. I Crowley and Jack Ronan. For those who did not care to dance there were card games and other amusements. The Country club dance Saturday a fair slxed armv DeoDle. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Zach Lamar Cobb. Mr. end Mrs. Otis Coles. Mr. and Mrs. Harry S Potter. Mr. rnd Mrs. Henry S. Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Wet ers Davis. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Dan-i.-ls. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Semple, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krakauer. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cox Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Happer. Mr. and Mrs J. F. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. W ill K. Marr. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Witta crspoon. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Jamieson. Mr. and Mrs. William Woodruff, of Pis infield. -V. J.: Maj. and Mrs. T. F. Schley, Capt and Mrs. George C. Barn hartit, Lieut and Mrs. Henrv & Lewis, Lieut, and Mrs. Hugo D. Schultx. Lieut and Mrs. Robert Cotton- Mesdames Ben Cowan. Gertrude Ledbetter. E. M. Lewis. A. X. Brown: Misses Sarah Bridgere. Camille Klbler. Irene Laugh lir. Alice Wulff. Virginia semple. Anne Lee Rix. Frances Mayfield. Augusta Anne Reese. Margaret Davis, Mary Hill. Hannah HUL Mary Kaye Alves. Valeria Gsrrard. DorotHy Morgan. Floy Pence, Lydla Pence. Walker McClellen, Olive iJavis, Kiorence Cleveland. Eleanor En benk. Wanda Race. Helen Woodruff. Adelaide Lewis: Messrs. Will Crosby, Tom Newman, Sterling Blackshear. Mar tin Gaines. Frank Roberta. Floyd Bates, Carl A. Beers. James Curtis. Allen Grambling. Roger Brown. Ted Davis. Britton Davis. C. C Shoemaker. F. M. Beall, W. H. F. Judd. W. F. Payne. Page Kemp. Harry Owsley. Ballard Coldwell. James Crowdus. Robert Martin. Dr. K. R. Carpenter. Gen. John J. Pershinjc LCoL Joseph Garrard. CoL W. L. Kenly. vapi- i-narjes ru lioyu. i-ipi. i-iyjcara Game. Lieutx. OIIer S. Wood. Dennis 13. McCunniff. Stuart W. Cramer, jr.. Fran cis M. Brannan. Robert O. Annin. James U Collins. Theodore Barnes, jr.. T. IL Itees. jr.. James G. Boswcll, Hayes A. Kroner. F. C. Rogers. Musical. A piano recital will be given Thurs day evening at tbe home of Mrs. L. Avirett, 1317 East Boulevard, by a mail Der oi young pianists. Those taking part will be Frances Clayton. Katha lee Powers, Agnes Deacon, Myrtle Ta tum. Bessie Levy. Claudia Morris. Mil dred Lefkovitz. Mary Powers. Margaret Klein. Stanley Bevan. Elizabeth Spence. Grace McVeigh, Corinne Boyd. Helen Robinson, Rutlr Arenze. Adelaide Over street Bruce Bevan. Ethel Amstater, Myra Pearson. Blanche. Lefkovitz. Mar garet Amsteter. Bessie Richardson, Mary Nafe. Betty Mary Smith and Blanche Schwartz. Thev will be as sisted by Mrs. Will T Owen, who will sing, and Miss Nellie May Bowen, who will play a piano solo. Liza Lehman's seng cycle from the Kubalyat of Omar Khayam, "In a Per sian Garden." was most artistically rendered by Mrs. J J. Kaster. Mrs. A. H Goldstein. Thomas A. Christian and Parvin Witte Monday night in the auditorium of the high school. The con cert was one of the evening programs given by the music department of the Woman's club during the year. Mrs. Kaster was in charge of the program. Mrs. James Graham McNary played the piano accompaniment for the singers. The quartet numbers, which abound in the song cycle, were especially well i given and were most enthusiastically I received by the audience. The solos ) were very capably handled and the concert proved a most successful one in every respect The Army. Lieut and Mrs. A. M Robbins of the mftrme corps, are spending a leave oi absence in El Paso. Lieut DeWitt C. Grubbs. of the Sixth infantry, leaves tonight for Hot Springs, Arkansas, on a leave of ab sence. Second Lieut "Walter C. Uullion has been ordered to join the 20th infantry at Fort Bliss and will be assigned to one of the companies. Gen. James Parker, commander of the first cavalry brigade, will arrive at Fort Bliss on Saturday. April 24. to In spect the ISth cavalry. Lieut Ralph H. Leavitt or the Sixth infantry, who has ben in San Fran cisco on sick leave, has returned to duty with his regiment in El Paso Maj. George T. Langherne, former military attache to the American em bassy at Berlin, has been assigned to the ISth cavalry and is expected .to arrive withia a snort time from Wash ington. Lieut CoL William L. Kenly and Capt Charles R. Lljyd. of tbe Sixth Field artillery at Douglas, spent the Week end In El Paso, to attend the field day exercises of the Eighth In fantry brigade. Capt George W. Moses has gone to San Francisco. Calif.. In charge of some military prisoners. While in California he will be joined by Mrs. Moses, who has been in Los Angeles, where her father is ill During Capt Moses's ab sence, hisxpost as regimental adjutant of tbe ISth cavalry will be filled by Capt Howard R. Hickok. foraser adjutant Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. Mrs. Eldred D. Warfield will enter tain Wednesday with a luncheon at the tea rooms. Mrs. Bliss Albro entertained with an Easter breakfast Sunday morning, in her apartments In the Ramsey. A five course breakfast was served. Easter lilies and Easter chickens and colored Easter eggs decorated the table. Lieut Col. and Mrs. Lewis M. Koeb ler entertained Sunday night with a dinner at the Harvey house. Their guests were Col. and Mrs. George H. Morgan, CoL and 5i-s Omar Bundy, Col and Mrs. Edwin A. Root Capt. and Mrs. Howard R. Hickok. Mrs. P. W. Hurd and Capt George W. Moses. Segt Maj. and Mrs. William Heff ner entertained a number of their friends Sunday night with an Easter supper at their quarters in Fort Bliss. Easter lilies and violets decorated the rooms in an attractive way and formed the centerpiece for the table decora tions. Among the guests were Sergt and Mrs. Christy. I'lwes Nina Robin son, Lynn Robinson, Hattle William son. Hasel Hoberlln: Messrs. William E. Dorsad. Larayette Moody. George A Thompson, D. D. Ellis and E. E. Daines. . Miss Frances Mayfield and F. M. Beall. who wiU be married Wednesday evening, were the guests of honor at a pretty dinner given Monday night by Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krakauer at their home, on Arizona street The guests were the members of tbe bridal party and included Misses Frances Mayfield. 1 Julia Pool. Hlldegard Sauer, Eleanor jsuoanic anu waiaer jscuieiian: jiessrs. F. M BealL Tom Mayfield. Carl A. Beers. Charles A. Brandberg and W. W. CarrolL Infrontof thebrlde-to-be"splace was a corsage boquet of bride's roses tied with tulle streamers. The appoint ments of the dinner were in pink. The table was arranged with alternate vases of KHlarney roses and pink can dles to crystal sticks tied with pink .., ,.. n... ..Iama rAm m nil hnn. I riDOOn DOW& inr hc . w I bon boxes were of pink. The Killarney roses were usea inrtnim mr iw decoration. Following the dinner, the guests spent the evening in dancing. Out Of Town Visitors. W. J. Stokes, a well known hotel man and capitalist of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is a guest at the Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wilson, who have been visiting their daughter. Mrs. O J. Bin ford, left for San Francisco this morning over the Santa Fe. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Maynard. of San Antonio, are visiting their sister and brother, lr and Mrs. T. J. McCamant Thev will be here for a few days. Miss Florence Cleveland returned Sundav to her home, in Rochester. N I y.. after spending a few das with her aunt ana uncie. m.r. ana tm. . n. Gaines. Mr. and Mrs Jay Belasco. of London. Eng. who have been visiting their parents. Mr. aad Mrs. A. E. Rowlands, left Monday for a short business trip to Los Angeles. Calif. Judge and Mrs. H. D. Cla ton. of Ala bama, are guests at Hotel Paso del Norte while judge Clayton is presiding over the federal court Mrs Clayton was formerly Miss Bettv Davis, of Georgetown. Xy- and a friend of Mrs. Julius A. Buckler and Mrs. Joe Wood son. During judge Cla ton's term as congressman and I'nited States senator from Alabama. Mrs. Clayton was know p as one of tbe most charming hostesses In Washington. She Dresided oer ?ht first Dolly Madison breakfast held i tew years ago in Washington. El Pasoans Returning. Miss Hlldegarde Sauer has returned from Douglas. Arizona, where she has been a house party guest for several weeks. Miss Pansy Minor Good, a student t the Loretta academy at Las Cruces, N. M., spent Saturday in El Paso vis.t ing her father. Stanley Good, Sr, and brother. Stanley Good. Jr. Mr. and Mrs Porter C. Thede ha just returned from New York city ami other eastern places where they-iaie been spending about five weeks Th. are at their own home near the Coun try club. James S. Morrisson, who was called to his oW home at Welland. Ont . about 1 days ago. owing to the serious i 1 ness of his mother, is expected to i -turn to El Paso in the next few dais. i the condition of his mother is muvh improved. School Notes. Much interest is being taken by the general public in the university scholarship club this year. The execu tive committee of the club met Mon day night and gratifying reports were presented on the work. The high school girls who are competing for the scholarship are Beeste Richard son and Kate MnleaJsy. The hoys com peting are Robert Marston and Xanuel Escajede. Additional Society News on 'ext Page. OPHELIA CRUSTO BREAD "SS E THOMASINC WALKER. CRUSTO Houston, Texas ATAU.CROCER9 COWES IN TIGHT TW$, Sls., Alb , Su lOu. on 20m L I M ake your food more tempting with Cottolene For making cakes, pies and pastry-for all shortening and jBrying-Cottolene is supreme. Cottolene is an exact combination of the purest, richest, most carefully refined cottonseed oil and the choicest beef stearine obtained from selected, high grade leaf beef suet Cottolene is itself one of the purest of pure foods. Cottolene makes foods more digestible more wholesome makes them taste better. Use it for every kind of shortening and frying and for making cakes and pastries. For a quarter of a century Cottolene has been growing steadily in favor. It is not offered as a substitute or as being "just as good" as other shortening and frying fats. It is an original product and better than anything else that you can use for shortening or frying. Insist on getting real Cottolene. Cottolene is ready for use .as you take it from the pail It creams up beautifully and blends readily with the flour. Use a third less of Cottolene than of any other shortening or frying fat You can use it over and over for frying. Cotto lene does not absorb tastes or odors. Always heat Cottolene slowly. Pails of various sizes, to serve your convenience. Arrange with your gro cer for a regular supply. "Write our General Offices, Chicago, for a free copy of our real cook book "HOME HELPS." A . - the n.k. FAIR BAN K'ssy!! 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Fleisdhmaim's Yeast is indispensable in making the best bread.