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EL PASO HERALD
Bread Hints At Friday Morning Session of Herald's Cooking School
Thursday. April S, 1915
SOCIETY'S DOINGS
" ontinued from previous page)
t Mrs Clarence D. Johnson. This de-
;.ir,m.-nt contributed ?1&1.S to the
mb hous fund this year, through the
! rformance of the opera, "Pinafore."
Mrs W I. Foxworth, chairman of
th. current events and literature de
nt menu reported for her department.
T-: Carl Lee Smith, chairman of the
"MY HEALTH
IS PERFECT"
So Says A North Carolina Lady In
Telling What She Owes to Cardui,
The Woman's Tonic
Mt Virv, X C Mrs. Ada HUH, of this
j1ue says: "About six years ago I
sot in very bad health. I suffered ter
rible pains in my abdomen and back.
I dreaded to see the son rise and I
d-eaded to see it set. for I suffered such
agony. "So one except myself will ever
know how badly I suffered. The doctor
said I was suffering as a result of the
menopause.
As nothing gave me any relief, I
asked the doctor If I hadn't better try
Cardui. He said,, It might help you,'
and told my husband to get me a bot
tle. At this time I was so weak I could
not lift mi head, and my voice was so
weak, people had to lean towards the
bed to hear what I said. I looked so
bad and had such a dark color that I
looked like a dead woman, and my rela
te es thought I would never get up
again.
T took one bottle of Cardui and It re
lies ed the pain and suffering so much
iht my husband got another bottle, and
that improved me still more. I began
to strengthen and gradually got well.
T hae now had better health for six
- ears, than I ever had in all my life. I
hae taken no medicine since, and my
health is perfect.
Cardui is the finest medicine a woman
' ould use. '
Try It At druggists. Adv.
i art department of the club, reported
the study and activity of her depart
ment through the sear. She announced
the original art day exhibit and enter
tainment for April 13 The art exhibit
will be given in the ballroom of Hotel
Paso del Norte from S to 5 oclock in
the afternoon, next Tuesday. This ex
hibit is open to the public and all are
welcome to attend. The work exhibited
will include original oil paintings,
water color sketches and drawings by
El Paso people, an exhibit of architec
tural designs b the prominent archi
tects of the citj, a department devoted
to the art work of the school children,
exhibits of china painting, flue em
broideries, lace ork and textile work.
Tn the evening, in addition to the art
exhibit, there will be an entertainment
for the benefit of the club house build
ing fund to which there will be an ad
mission fee of 50 cents. The entertain
ment will consist of 22 living pictures
illustrating the Rubaiyat of Omar
Khayyam, posed bv prominent people of
the city, while Liza Lehman's song
cycle from the Rubaiyat. -In a Persian
Garden," will be sung in costume by a
quartet composed of Mrs. J. J Kaster.
Mrs. A. H Goldstein. Thomas A. Chris
tian and Parvin Witte. with Mrs. James
Graham McNary at the piano.
Mrs. I V. Fennessy. who will be in
charge of this entertainment, urged the
cooperation or all the club women to
make the event a big success.
Mrs. VT. R. Brown spoke in connection
with the living pictures about the
beauty of the costuming and the posing
and the thoroughly artistic spirit in
which the pictures are to be presented.
Mrs. W. R. Brown, as chairman of
the social committee, reported for her
committee 260 calls made upon club
members during the year and two social
parties to enable the new members and
the older members to become better ac
quainted. Following the .business
meeting, the afternoon's program was
presented. Mrs. C R. Stevens was in
charge. Mrs. ". C Haden sang
""Spring Ecstacy." accompanied by Mrs.
Brown on the piano.
Richard F. Burges was the speaker
of the afternoon, talking on the lej-al
status of women and children under
the laws of the state of Texas
PRIZE Wl
BABIES
NNING EUGENIC
ARE BETROTHED
School Notes.
HANAN SHOES
Cards.
Miss Margaret Young entertained
Wednesday afternoon at her home on
Romero street with a bridge pirtv Pink
cherry blossoms and aiple blossoms
with ferns were used in quantities
shnnt the rooms. From the ch-indeller
were suspended pink baskets filled with I
pink September Morn roses .ina itrns
hung bv pinl- satin ribbons In plac
ing bridge the first prize was won b
Miss Mabel Falve Miss Gertrude
Lelghton won the second pri7e The
prize for which the plaers cut was won
by Miss Mabelle Br an Miss Edna Ma
nilas was presented with a guest
prize. A luncheon tas served when the
gmes were over The hostess was as
sisted in entertaining by her mother,
Mrs S. V Toung The guest list in
cluded Mesdames J .orentzen. "Will
iam Walz. Clyde Teague Walter Kohl
berg. Branch Craige. Elizabeth Bush
and Misses Hattie Mae Loretz. Edna
Mathias. Hedwig Mathias. Georgina
Martin Eleanor Eubank. Walker 3k
Clellan Meta Ormsbee. Kvelj n Shaner.
ugusta Anne Reese. Marj Robertson.
Ilildegard Sauer. Emily Kemp. Gertrude
Leighton. Julia ColdwelL Mabel Falvey.
Clara Hague, Lauramaude Fink. Fran
ces Mayfield. Clara Fink. Lucile Smith.
Mabelle Bryan and Josephine Wooten.
mmmi R 9 wSm
A dance will be given Saturday night
in the hiRh school Kmpasitnn on Ne
vada, and St. Vrain streets for the base
ball team of the high school
Debaters to represent the hlKh school t
at the annual in terse holas tic debate at
ustin the first week In May, wilj be
selected at a preliminary debate to be
held Fnda nipht at 8 oclock in the
auditorium of the high school. Harry
Welsch and FreI Hardy win represent
the Sam Hniton Debating society and
I emarl Goodman and Harry Simmons
will e the Forum Debating- society's
j i ppreFentatives.
The H'-raM championship pennants
1 nili !.- nrfented to the winnine teams
in th public school soccer football !
league rid i ntght by H. D. Slater, at
i parn to te given for the bos of,
thf W .-'lit: in the high school gjm- !
it lsiiim or, St Vrain and Nevada
Mie t- at 7 30 oclock. There will be a '
, un i i r of .hui t speeches and games;
I nid i Lrreliments Thoee in charge of j
the paitv uill le the principals of thai
.ho4li hiinc teams in the league and '
H R I'eirson, of the physical training
department I
v-rv inr renting talk on mechanics!
t a Mxation. was given to the high
h hool vtudents Wednesday by Thomas
TTtoi superintendent of the motive
powei uf the Southwestern railway
-Me.n Mr I'axton told the students
of th requirements of the work, in:
iailwn ii arhine shops, the apprentice- !
j ohip i eded and the mone) earned by I
ukei Hi; talk was one of a series j
, of tal1 s li.n.r given in line with the i
rcatKiil guidance plan of the high i
J hool. The pupils of the high school
w ill be addressed by S. J. Freudenthal
1 Friday morning on general business J
I methods. In the afternoon they will j
; isit th plant of the El Paso Milling
, companj '
Women's Organizations.
The regular meeting of the Aid soci
ety of the. First Methodist church wi'l
be held Frfda afternoon at the home
of Mrs. J H Flsk. in the Fisk apart
ments. The members will respond to
the roll call b telling how they earned
a dollar for the general aid fund. A
musical program has been arranged.
MEXICAN HIT BY MOTORBIKE;
FOOT IS CRUSHED BY MACHINE
Hernando Romero was hit by a mo
torcycle near Washington park Wed
nesday about 6 oclock and his right
foot was crushed. He was returning
from work when the motorcycle struck
him. The driver of the machine a
thrown, but remounted and disap
peared, the Mexican said. He was taken
to the emergency hospital and git en
treatment.
Because he collided with a banana
stand, at the corner of Stanton and
Second street Wednesday. B. N. Manuel
was arrested for reckless driving. He
was drhing a horse hitched to a wa
gon when the horse is said to haie run
away ami broken up a street vendor's
businnss
Aulomobiling.
.Irs S H Worrell. Mrs W P Tiltou
and W H Tuttle returned Wednw'a'
from a delightful motor trip to bilwr
Cit. X M.
HHuro Iloeflas Is guaranteed. Hines
Lumber and Coal Co Advertisement.
White I'ine screen doors at Htnes
Price them. Advertisement.
Item Welcomed
By Many Men
This will proe a welcon e bit nf
information for all thos- who are
overworked. gloom. despondent
nervous and hae trembling limb
heart palpitation dizziness, rold es
tremitifs, insomnia fear w ithout
cause, timidity in enturmg and
general inability to act natural! v
and rationally as others do, btause
the treatment consisting of grain
tablets can be obtained and taken
without the knowledge of any orf
If the reader has any of the symp
tom and decides to try it Just o
to an large well stocked drug stoi e
and ak for thre-grain Cadomene
Tablets, and then take according to
the directions which arrompan ea h
sealed tube Th tonn -invigorating
power is soon felt mri the jo of i
healthy body expert need These
tablets. origmalK dipened hv
prominent physicians and pMa-n -cists,
now are parked with full i
rectlons for self admiuistratt'T -
that it ts wholly unnecesaiy to
a phsician for prescribing th- i
Advertisement.
New ork, April S. Two eugenic Habio- -both wimurs of main pries as
106 point infante, are plighted to wed. They are William Charles Fhun. 37
months old, and Adele Calvert Hoock, 17 months old. Tby bare been dedicated
to the ideal eugeBie marriage by their mother Three times the driWrrn, as a
pair, have won first prizes in baby contest. Master Flywa has 14 pris to his
credit, his voting fiance has ti.
HflDEltf
fcfiDEltf
ap
When Such an Authority As
Mrs. Edna Evans
i selects
"Globe"
and y
"Cream of Wheat"
Flour
For her demonstrations at the Herald Cooking School, it's a good
indication that these are the brands to use in your home.
"Globe"
and "'"
"Cream of. Wheat"
Flour
are made from strictly Kansas Hard Turkey Wheat and are par
ticularly rich in gluten.
-MRS. EVANS' DEMONSTRATIONS WILL CON
VINCE YOU THAT OUR CLAIMS ARE TRUE.
GLOBE MILLS
HIGH GRADE FLOUR
"Made in El Paso"
ttAOEw
p
xParli
les.
Ut-B l' .1- Y- . . I.- .
ried to Harlej- Kiefer on April 17. was I
th ;urst of honor at a 5 partr given i
I Tuesda; nifrht br Mrs. E. F. J. McCar- '
I th at her home. SI Dallas street. Pink ,
and white carnations and spring flow- i
I ers decorated the rooms attractivelr. I
The prizes were won b Jfrs. F. S. Dii-
lard. Miss A Coram. Messrs. Harley
I Kiefer. H. L. Spcnce. J M Barnes and '
a. a Miller An ice course was served
in which the colors of the decoration
plan were repeated. A mone the guests '
wer- Misses Verda. Barnes. Haael i
Spence. Corinne I-tchelle, A. Corum,
Mr and Mrs. H. L. Sdence. Mr and Mrs.
J B G Miller. Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. DiUard. '
Mr. and Mrs J B. Campbell. Mr. and
Mrs. U O. Paddock. Mr. and Mrs. J C. I
xweiie. j&r. ana jarsc J. J. spans, Mr.
and Mrs. A. N CTRear. Mr. and Mrs.
J M. Barnes. Messrs. Harley Kiefer. .
Paul Stein and Kdwin Kaisler. Mrs.
J C Bevelle will entertain for Miss
Barnes with a silk hose shower Friday
afternoon.
Mrs. C. Wesley Webdell entertained '
her pupils of the third year class of
Kirls In the primary department of the
Trinity Methodist church Sunday school
with an Easter party at her home on
Mesa avenue. Wednesday afternoon. .
The afternoon was happily spent by the
children in hunting colored Kaster
eggs in the yard and playing: frames.
Little baskets were given to the guests
for their eggs. Refreshments were i
sened at a prettily decorated table. In
the center of the table was a cutglass
jonl filled ith colored candy Kaster
fiKKM and little Easter chickens and
rabbits were about the table. The '
Easter idea was used on the place i
cards. Baskets of candles and snapping !
faors were the favors. Miss Emma '.
I noiiman. superintendent or tne pri- (
Imary aepariment: Miss Ernestine Mur- l
ry. Miss Mary Wilson and Miss Lucille ,
Ayers assisted Mrs. Webdell In enter- j
, talnina; the children. Among the j
, joungsters present were Lucille Pons- I
ford. Eunice Cook. May McDanlel. Ruth !
Price. Marion Jackson. Effie Kyle. Ruth
j Cordery. Helen McCrummen. Oorotby :
Mercer. Audrey Hanson. Unna Glenn, i
' Margaret Multane. Elisabeth Smith.
1 Emilv Craer aim! Uirv Vr.fi. rvn.!
-vau. pimni jm eweu rsin-xi nis mow
er in receiving the little guests at the
door.
Musical.
A piano social of unnsnal lntrt
( vr frtven by Mrs " A. F Sievera Wed- !
""-r wicnroon in tne music room of '
the El Paso School for Girls, which was
.uemai oy a large number of the .
pupus aim friends of the school. Mrs.
Sievers"s selections were a rantasie. an
air and a gatotte by Bach. Allegretto.
by Asantchewski. "Xoclure." by Kar-(ranoff-
"Spinning Song." bv Pachulski:
The Kasle." b McDowell: a waltz for
the left hand, by A F.Sieers. "Legende'
and "Serenade," h Campbell Tipton.
-Seen Darllncf." b Ci... .ernor Mor- '.
rie, $1.S". "Angela's Business." by I
the author of Oii.e SI 2 l-l v... f
Book Co, Mills Bldg -I fa' handy." j I
ai criisemeni.
HAflEtrf
t
P
lf nlirayn a qualit article when the
package bears the Avondale labeL dv
ASK FOR GLOBE MILLS
Peerless Hen and
Chick Food
Made from the formula used success
f.ilK for ears b the Peerless
Poultrv feuppb Co. of Los AngeKs
one of the largest poultry supply
hou s in the west. An elegant egs
producer and, lest you forget.
MADE IN EL PASO
nmnmnnnnnnn, I vnnnnna
I.
Every Housekeeper Knows
the Jifhcnltics cxtrience.i in making a good Wine
.iell. The results are generally uncertain and du-rppointinjj.
Rich's Imperial Wine Jellies
ELIMINATE ALL THESE DIFFICULTIES. Follow
.niii'e ilirrttioiis on package and result NEVER
VARIES.
m
tsyAA iJ
You Cin get rid
of itching with j
i
Resinol Ointment, with Res not Soap,
nsua'ly stops itching atrJtoi-. Itqniclc
y aid easily heals the most distressing
cases of eamu, rash or other tormest
'v. skin or scalp eruption, and dears
away pimples, blackheads, redness,
roughness and dandruff, when other
treatments have proven only a waste of
time and money.
Xndxfts hr preserved tbe Rcauiel trez&Bcst
for 20 mn, for all urts of .ton troebio. tarn.
mktn. tmrms. nub, asd fle. Etry dnicsbt
leBaRedsalCKiitisentaMlRonolSoaiL Fortml
Ires, mita t DyL S, Rcxiaol. Baltiiaoze. Md.
Physicians are Much Interested
i
I
1
in the br.icfits ot IMPERIAL WINE JELLIES for
invalids
When Making Salads
ou ill ncnl RICH'S TRYPMOSA in the PLAIW
(unflaorH. and the MINT.
Don't owrlxk the ENGLISH PUNCH, RED CUR
RANT, WILD CHERRY, PINEAPPLE and other
fbnors.
RICH'S TRYPHOSA. RICH'S IMPERIAL WINE JELLY
DemonatMtwn at Herald's Cooking School.
ALWAI6 lAblSX Oft HAVxnu K1CHS It UOU WANX DESERTS
UP
YOU
BUILD
; THAT
To Do. Your Owii
(Occasionally) Society Now Decrees
ID
That's because the modern fuel Gas makes cooking a pleasure in
stead of a drudgery. - ,, - .
The housewife who can afford acook no' longer dreads trife kitchen,
equipped with a Gas Range in fact she takes great pleasure in spend
ing much of her time there preparing her favorite dishes! And should
the cook take a notion to quit well and good milady doesn't et a
bit peeved. She steps right in and takes hold with a vim until a new
cook arrives.
For Gas is clean and convenient, with no intense hejat, no ashes, no soot
and no dirt. It makes cooking a pleasure. "
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EL PASO GAS
COMPANY
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MILLS

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