EL PASO HERAU3
JUNE WEDDINGS TO BE THE SOCIAL
FEATURE OF THE WEEK IN EL PASO
JUNE contlsnec to be the popular
month for hi lee. Tonight at SiiO
oclocfc Miss Kctaa. Tbernas will be
omeUriaQXKtyC. ?!. The wed
ding will Be at the bride's heme and
v. ill be a vesy quiH affair
Mrs Leila. T. Vooi e and Robert IIol
!ian will be marr'ed Tuesday Blent
at the home- of the bride, in the Bra
zos apartmeats. by Rev C Ij. Over
street. The weddins guests will be the
r. i at iv ps and most Intimate friends or
tin bride and greoci. who wfll leave
in mediately for California where tney
w.M rend their honeymoon. The fol
lowing night Miss Emma Hoffman and
.1 -mes C. Ballard will be married by
l.fi C Wesley WebcU-11 at the Trinity
Methodist church. Mrs. J. Pearce
will play the wedding march. .Mrs.
B.ites Hughes Evans and Mrs. W. D.
Hi e will sing. Mrs. O. A. Danielson
Eitr of tlie bride-to-be, will attend
tlu briie as matron x" honor, and O.
A Danielson will attend the groom.
Miss Vera Ballard wilj be the bride's
maid and Clint Ballard will be the
groomsman. Little Dorothy Danlel
F.in and Byrum Webdtw'l will scatter
flowers in the bride's path- Fallowing
the wedding, a wedding supper will he
served at the Harvey bouse for the
bridal party, and the relatives of both
families. There will be no reception.
The bride sad groom will leave im
mediately for Cloadcroft, where they
U ill spend about a week. Later In the
summer they will take an extensive
trio, touring all the eastern cities.
On Saturday Visa Lmire Nebeker
and Dexter Mapel will be married at
the home of Mrs. C J. Haael by Rev.
J ir Williams- Miss Mary Gates Red
mond wiil attend the bride, and John
Mapel. of Milwaukee. Wis;, will at
tend his brother. The bride and groom
wiU leave Immediately for California,
where they will spend their honey
moon. On their return to EI Paso thiy
will occupy their new home, which Is
now being built.
On Thursday Miss Pearl Strayer. who
will be another June bride, will be the
guest of honor at a party given by Miss
Krna Mae White at her home on the
The Daughters of the Revolution, to
gether with the Elks' club, are taking
an especial interest in the Flag day
exercises, which will be held at Cleve
land Square on Monday.
Mrs. T. J. Staliord will entertain the
Tuesday Bridge club on Tuesday. Miss
Patty Alasa will entertain on the same
day with a party for her school friends.
The El Paso county graduate nurses
will meet Tuesday night in their rooms
1 nthe Roberts-Banner building.
On Wednesday th Jolly Seven Read
ing club will meet with Mlsr Bthel
Mrs. F. J. Whiteleek will entertain
the Kbell Bridge elab on Tuesday. Mrs.
A. W. Young will entertain the Silent
Twelve elub on Thursday and Mrs. J.
W. B. Robin, in will entertain the Half
and Half club en the same day. Mis
Bernlce Brick will entertain the S. D.
Bridge dube en Saturday.
Ilrre's a Tooth raste -
That'll "Different." J
It's the hygienic cleanses, whitens 1
and prese. ves the teeth and keeps the
gums in perfect condition. illghty i
pleasant to the taste, and costs no more
than ordinary klpdg. Ask or phone for
it. i-otter urug uo, corner tsi l'aso
and San Franeiseo streets. Phones 360
and S75. Advertisement.
Everybody T Reading "Open Market"
Josephine Dascam paeon's new soeiety
novel. EI Paso Book Co Mills Bldg.
"Ifs Handy." Advertisement.
"BUILD ON THE SKY LINE."
Where the Cool Breezes Blow
Why go to the Coast or the Mountains for the
Breezes, when you may have them at Home? To
day is the day to prove It- After you have hunted
every nook and corner for a cool place, take your
Auto, or an Arizona Street Car and go to GOLDEN
HILL, there you will find a cool place where the
breezes are blowing all the time.
A Jiome in GOLDEN HILL does not mean a home
in an addition to, or a suburb of El Paso, but a home
in the heart of the city's choicest residence section
with every convenience the city affords and only
a few minutes from the business section Yet high
above the smoke, dust and dirt of EI Paso. Lots
within a stone's throw of GOLDEN HILL are selling
for "nearly double what we are asking.
PRICES ARE $550 AND UP EASY TERMS
James L IVlarr & Co.
304 San Antonio St. (Caples Bldg.) Phone 4350
"ABOVE THE DTJST AND DIRT."
Some of the Latest Books-
By Josephine Daskam Bacon
"THE MAN FROM HOME."
By Harry Leon Wilson
"HEART OF THE BLUE RIDGE,"
By Waldron Baily
"A FAR COUNTRY."
By Winston Churchill .
"THE HAND OF PERU,"
By Arthur Stringer
"THE HOLY FLOWER,"
By H. Rider Haggard
And Numerous Others at
CURRAN'S BOOK STORE
Out Of Town Visitors.
Mrs. A. J. Evans, of Rob well. J. JL.
is visiting her sister. Mrs. J. H. Biggs,
on Bliss street '
Mrs. V. II. Durham, of Ada, Okla.,
is visiting ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Chapin, of 1SW Ohio street
Mrs. J. Davis Mayfield has as her
guest her mother, Mrs. G. O. mile, of
Uvalde. Tex, who will spend the sum
Miss Sarah Mltehell, of Bowling
Green, Ky, will be the guest of Mrs.
A. L. Madison for a few days, at 1809
Judge and Mrs. W. D .Harris, of Fort
Worth. Tex., are spending the summer
In El Paso and will make their home
at CO? Copper street
Mr. and Mrs. Jfoa. II f eld, of Albu
querque, N. U. who have been visiting
Mrs. Samuel Sohutz at the Wallace
apartments, have returned to their
Rev. and Mrs. M. O. Williams and
their daughter arrived Friday night,
from Iargro, Florida. Rev. Mr. Wil
liams will succeed Rev. W. R. Evans
Of the Highland Park Methodist church
Miss Margaret Eula Cobb, formerly
a teacher of El Paeo, who has been
teaching the past year In Dallas, Tex.,
stepped In El Paso for a few days with
Mrs, George Aiken before going to her
home In Anthony, N. II.
Mrs. Catherine H. BroWn, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. P.
Golden, will leave tonight for San
Antonio to attend the wedding of her
son. Norwood E. Brown. Later Xrs,
Brown will Join her daughter, Mrs.
Richard Shea, formerly of El Paso, and
they will spend the summer In Galveston.
Your out-of-town guest will surely
enjoy his dinner If you take him to the
El Pasoans Away.
Miss Bernlee Brick will leave shortly
for Cloudcroft, N. SL, to visit her sister.
Mrs. Scott Williams.
W. Y. Kills Is now doing the Panama-Pacific
exposition at San Francisco
and thinks it Is "some fair."
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Lewis will leave
Sunday for-Venice. Ce,l. where they
will make their future home.
Mrs. N. H. Allen and daughter,
Derqlhy Mae Allen, left recently for
Corinth. Mies., to spend the summer.
Miss Grace Kggere and Miss Marlon
Taaier left this morning to spend the
week end In Clouderoft at the T. W.
C A. vacation cottage,
HeBry M, Walker ft planning to go
tp Mineral Wells, Texas, to spend three
weeks taking the baths. He will make
the trip li his Hupmobile.
Mise Gertrude Lillian Booth and Mrs.
Thomas Booth will leave Tuesday for
Amarillo, Tex, to visit friends and
schoolmates for about a month.
Miss Florence Durkee. assistant sec
retary of the Young Woman's Chris
tian association. Is enjoylns a month's
vacation. She will spend most of it
Mrs. Jennie Lyons, who has been
quite ill, will leave Monday for Califor
nia. She will be accompanied by- her
daughter, Mrs. Mamie Patterson, and
her grandson, Raymond Patterson.
Paul Atkinson will leave next week
for Chicago, I1L, to attend the Ad clubs
convention. He will stop at Wichita,
Kansas, for a short time to visit his
parents, before returning; to El Paso.
E. A. Powers has gone to Los Ange
les on account of the serious illness of
his mother in that city. Mrs. Powers
was called east a few weeks ago by
the serious Illness of her father and la
A party of El Paso g'rls will leave
Tuesday for Cloudcroft. K. M.. to spend
about two weeks. Those In the party
will be Misses Thula Hardie. Maggie J
Mae Wall. Josephine iiarcn. jane
March and Floy Greer.
Miss Lemo weddle will leave shortly
for Amarillo, Tex., to visft relatives
and friends. Miss Weddle will accom
pany Mrs. W. I Booth and her daugh
ter.. Mlsd Lilian Gertrude Booth, who
will later visit In Oklahoma,
Mrs. T. M. Johnson and children left
Friday for St Louis for a visit with
Mrs. P. B. Johnson, of that city. They
will visit Washington, Baltimore, Phil
adelphia, and New York before return
ing. Mr. Johnson will Join them later
II. H. Fris. wife and boys haver gone
to Holland. Mich, where they will visit
Mr. Frle's parents. Leaving the chil
dren there, Mr. and Mrs. Fris will tour
to Niagara Falls and the Thousand
Islands, attending a convention of the
Newspaper -Circulators of America
on board a boat while touring through
the St Lawrence.
Mise Sarah Brtdcera.aad Mice Ruth
M. Augur left Friday night for San
Diego. Calif. They were Joined at
Lordsburg. N. M. by Mrs. IL B. Ste
vens, Jr. After spending a short time
in San Diego and Los Angeles, they
will go to San Francisco to visit the
exposition. Mrs. Stevens 'will then go
to Berkeley, to attend the summer ses
sion of the university of California,
while Miss Bridgers and Mlsa Augur
will go to Carmel-by-the-Sea.
The Adeiante Bible class of the
Young Woman's Christian association
had a very Jolly clonic Thursday night
on the rim of the mesa, above the new
high school site. A bis bonfire was
built and games of various sorts were
played about it, and stories were told,
A pier.le supper waa enjoyed. Among
those forming this plenle party were:
Miss Florence Durkee, the teacher of
the daw; Misees Gail Lane, J. ell Por
ter, Earie JJerry, Otle Berry. Myrtle
Hastings, Anna Iverson, H. Provost
Bthel Redden. Lillian Rawley, Lucille
Rice, Delia Klefer. Myrtle Hlllyer, Ms
dames Olive Cook. Howard B. Durkee,
Sadie Tipton, Lilly Howard. Laura B
Peniwell, A- Price and Lenore Greenlee.
"Caetua Typewriter Carbon paper
lasts longer. El Paso Book Co. Mills
Bldg. "It's Handy." Advertisement
Cloudcroft. X M, JuM Wp-Hr. nd
Mrs. A. Mathlas and daughter. Gertrude,
arrived on Friday to occupy their sum
Mrs. A. Aronsteln and children ar
rived on Friday and will open tfcfir
cottage for the summer.
Walter Knight. Jr.. member of the
firm of Knight Bros, arrived on Friday
to spend the rammer. Mr. Knight trav
els during the winter.
Arthur & Bird, of Fort Worth, is
spending a few days in Clonderoft.
W. R. Meredith, of San Aateaio, has
returned from a short business trip to
Weed. Avis and Fiaon. Mr. Merdeth will
leave for EI Paso today.
K. C WlHrjr. of Denver, has returned
to Kl Paso alter a short business trip
John Snyder, one of the best know"
eatOemen In New Mexico, came up jo
Cloudcroft In his Chalmers six tnis
W Mrs. R. C. Redte. of El P. r
sister, Mlsa Louise BuehneU. of Indiana,
asrtved on Friday to B s
with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hadte, of this
Miss Florence Able, sister of Scott
R Williams, of Clonderoft. has arrived
to spend a short time with Misses Maj
and Agnes Woods. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Furgesen and
children arrived ob Friday . to open
their cottage for the summer.
Mrs. Ethel Thompson, of El Paso, Is
the guest of her mother. Mrs. Harkaoss.
, Mrs. Yelton. of El Paso, Is the gjost
of her mother. Mrs, a Boreu. Mot
Yelton expects to spend the summer
Mrs- a It Baum will return to El
Paso today, after spensHBC a, ???.
her summer cottage, "RedTleck. Mrs.
F. E. Hunter, her house gueet, will ac
company her to El P". Mrs. Baum
will return to Cloaderoft later to spend
the summer. , .
Mrs. J. Leningten and, Miss Erin
Humphrey, of Dallas, spent Thursday
in Cloudcroft Mrs. Lennlngton end
Miss Humphrey are on their way to
San Francisco ,
Robert E. Stalcup has arrived in
Cloudcroft to spend a short time.
Mr and Mrs. H. Peterson and son
are spending a few days in Cloul
croft, ouesta of the Lods.
Mr? and Mrs. J- W. Vllliams ar.
spending a short time at the Lodge.
Charles Davis, of El Paso, arrn I
Thursday eveaing. making the trip .
way of Mesehlero with. John Snjuer
his Chalmers "six Mrs Da is am
daughter mlCarrne today.
Miss Olive Thomas, of Alamogor J
will arrive the first of next eek j
be the guest or Mrs. Ralph Pollock
Mrs. J A. Rawltngs entertained th
Rnv Soouts of the Y M. C. A. Mesr-
lero camp with a dinner Friday e..
ning at Mountain t-arx. siort Kawur.s
was host In honor of his friend. Phi
Stevens, who is spending a week w
him. The dining room was hung w,
pine and cedar boughs. The table
decorated with wild roses and the p' i
cards were decorated with pansies. r
living room waa decorated with ro
and pansies. The evening was spe
! playing games.
Preserve Your VaratUa.
Memory is all riht part of the w.t.
in keeping a vacation Inynar memon
i but a Camera it the real method.
I Ansco is what you want, and h'r .
where to ouy it we aave all a.-...-and
the supplies, too.
- Scott White Co-
"Safety First" Druggists.
Mills Bldg. Roberts-Beaner Bid,-
A BIS nelp to Health
Drink Electro Fnro Water this snrc
mcr and you will he cooler nd her lia
ler Thia waiter is Ideal for Bo"Us and
CaiHna. Xt Is alee a deliKtatfu Tabic
Water. A ease. 6 half gallon bottles.
delivered to year home for 23c Vie d, -posit
on ease. A 5 gallon bottle deliv
ered for 55c TeL SI Si or 1S04.
Empire Bottllne TVorfca,
Electro Puro Water Co.
NO NEED TO DELAY LONGER
III' ' ' A.
We have the largest and most up-to-date complete home furnishing stock In the Southwest. Only a small payment dowp is required and you can
get everything you need including Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Kitchenware and Stoves of all kinds, Gas, Gasoline or Coal Stoves and Ranges,
Only one bill to 'pay. When, you buy here you have only one account, which does away with the worry of several payments to think about. Come
Monday you are welcome.
Throw Away That Old Kitchen Table
. This nice Cabinet Table is made of hard
wood, has two large bins for flour, a
small draw and pastry board, good size
top. Special for Monday only $6.75.
We are showing some new Parlor Suites
at reasonable prices.
Two carloads of Dressers just receitied.
We can furnish your' home complete.
Cash or easy payments.
ROGERS FURNITURE CO.
AN EXTRA VALUE RUG SALE
-T-r-C5i M "5- 3wn feSl
I'll FT'ealligia'BMT 'BISto
Duofold bed as shown here, upholstered ia good Qiase Spanish Leather,
solid oak frame, good size bed When open; very com- tf t"i J 7fi
fortable to sleep.on. Special on sale P"vi i J
m ihin i i hi .Jim i
Guard Your Valuables
While You're Away
You can relieve yourself of all anxiety
concerning the safety of business papers,
jewelry or household valuables if yoti
place them in aiSafety Deposit. JJox in
our vault. . .
The cost is small, and the insurance
City National Bank
Fiber Rocker, as shown
finished Ivory, or green;
Old Hickory is the ideal porch fur
niture; no higher than other cheap
er makes; rocker (IJO Q C
like cut only Pfcjot3
We are now showing a large assort
ment of Gas Ranges. Prices ran?-
50 pound capacity Leonard Refrig
erator, has ash case quartered oak
Panels; white tf A JT ing up d - ft. rf
lined; price.... P 1 ft. 3 from lUoOU
35 pound capacity white lined Re
frigerator. solid ash case. Golden
Oak finish, removable drain pipe,
automatic drip (fr fT Q J
cup; price P J
70 pounds capacity Leonard dean
able Refrigerator, ash case, 3 doors,
3 removable wire shelves, sanitary
drain pipe with automatic drip cup.
Spedal. .'. S 2 1..45
1 00 pound capacity Gurney Refrig
erator, white lined. Golden Oak
case, adjustable wire shelves, san
itary removable drain pipe, auto
Water Coolers, price ( P f
up from pJ.s3U
Ice Cream Freezers:
Price up from..
Water Bags The Sahara made
of heavy imported flax. Price
4 quart size." 75i
10 quart size... 1.00
3 gallon size 51.35
5 gallon size SJJ1.75
a matic drip cup. (t1 fl C
h Price $U.i
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
We desire to close out all odd patterns of room size rugs, and in order to do so at once $
We offer them next weel at extra special prices. These Rugs are all desirable pal-
terns but ones which we have only one of a kmd of, and we must have the roam on our
show racfe for the new patterns. So this sale offers-you an opportunity to buy a high ?
srade Rue at a barsain. Get uours Mondau while the assortment is good. As you
tynow we have only one of a pattern and they will all go at these special.loW prices.
9x12 and 8.3x10.6 wool and fibre 9x12 Seamless Brussels Rugs. 9x12 Axrekster Rugs; Close
p8es:.t:e.;.u.t....$6.95 2T..r..,r $11.95 r..T. $14.95
9x12 Seamless Velvet and Brus- 9x12 Extra 'Heavy Axminster-and
.9x12 Brussels Rug (fO Afi sels Rugs. tf.1 Q Dfi Velvet RugS 1 Q Q C
Close out price (POiiO Close out price tj) 1 3 . 0 O Close out price P 1 tsOO
All odd patterns of Wilton Rags at Special Close Out Prices.
i&De GiOe iif&f Green tSrading Stamps
108-110-112 North Stanton Street
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