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EL PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition, June 12-13, 1915.
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SOCIETY DOINGS
Parties.
Women's Organizations.
The Westminster gnild or the Pres-
I;
the Westminster Presbyterian church
were discussed. An Ice course was
served alter the business was attended
i In anri a andal hour wna fnfAPu4. The
lterian church met Thursdav after-! next meeting will be with Mrs. H. P.
T nnn mllV a , r , ' tt . .1. Tn .. . .
- mux jira. Annie ireagor, at ner i uusa, ai uio xvuicy apoiiuitsnis.
home. 30S Hirer street Mrs. C. W.
I'eale presided at the meeting. Plans I Division anong ourselves Is the only
r raising iunas lor a pipe organ lor roe to be reared.
a
ances.
I Our Own fHk , 1
I Delivery W kPilOne I
Vervicl For,t!
PIIBF AA1TP I
m yg 2 a BflU V W B m fcai S S
Here's Water that will stand the most rigid test
a sure protection to health. Ask your doctor.
You Can
Save Money
A Substantial Saving Can Be Made. by the Use
of Coupon Books for Both Ice and Water.
EI Paso Ice &
Refrigerator Co.
PHONES 114115
Comfort
Convenience
Beauty
ARE CHARACTERISTIC
OF OUR HOMES
Building and Im
provement Co.
Capital $150,000.00
Sterling Home
Builds
EASY TERMS
Mrs. W. TT T.nrt- nfrtanni In
honor of her Sunday school class Fri- I
day night at her home. In Manhattan
Heights. Bunco was the amusement of
the evening. The girls" prize was won
by Miss Maggie Mae "Wall. The boys'
prize was won by Palner Schumaker. '
Punch was served during the evening. ,
An ice course was served after the
games. Miss Hattie Mae Loretz and
Miss Madge Steele assisted the hostess
in entertaining. The girls present were: I
Misses Mary Heermans, Mary Hardie, ,
Elizabeth Copenhaver, Josephine March.
Nancy Edwards, Maggie Mae 'Wall, Floy
Greer. Louise Kerr. Bessie Acree. Mar
tha Lowman, Aeolian Statham and Bes- I
sie Roberts. The boys present were ,
Donald Grant John March. George Bar- :
low. Ralph Chappan, Eugene Womel-
dorf. Leslie Womeldorf. Thomas Schu- j
maker. Henrv Schumaker. Ben Hazle-
ton, Hanlon Dubose, Charles Naquln,
Forest Mobley.
Mrs. J. A. Shannon entertained at her
home on Jforth Florence street Friday
afternoon in honor of Miss Linda Kinch
loe, who is to be a June bride. The
rooms were decorated throughout with
pink sweet peas and ferns. Streamers
of pink ribbon hung from the chande
liers in the dining room and were
caught at the corners of the table. In
the center of the table was a bride's
cake. In cutting the cake. Miss Ruth
The bride to
and Mrs. M. M.
Geddes found the button. Mrs. "Will I.
Watson found the thimble and Mrs. J.
A. Shannon found the needle. The af
ternoon was spent in hemming a table
cloth and napkins for the bride to be.
An ice course was served later in the
afternoon. The guests were Mesdames
J. L. Campbell, H. G. powers. W. H.
Meers. A. W. Toung. A. McGh&e, C. H.
Campbell. Ola Soloman. J. "W. Picker
ing. Otis Jones. V. Glass, W. B. "Ware,
Will I. Watson. W. Jf. Geddes, J. E.
Watson. Oscar Uhllg, O. W. Pickering,
and Katie Biggs; Misses Martha Uhlig.
Margaret Meers, Ruth Shannon. Anne
Kinchloe, x ranees Burleson. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Carroll, of Elephant Butte,
J. M, will arrive Sunday to be the
guests of their mother. Mrs. L. F.
Kinchloe. and will remain here until
after the wedding of Miss Kinchloe,
Mrs. M. C. Ritz with her baby will, also,
arrive Sunday to remain in EI Paso un
til after Miss Klnchloe's wedding. Mrs.
Spencer Gates will entertain on next
Friday evening In honor of Miss Kinchloe.
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Weddings.
The Athens dancing club was enter,
tained Friday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Walker in Grand View
Punch was served during the dance In
termissions. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Forbes. Mr and Mrs.
Forrest Baker, Mr. and Hrs. Oscar Rog
genbucke.'Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dennis,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fenniwell; Mes
dames F. E. Lewis, Helen Mead and W.
H. Forbes, sr.; Misses Eleanor Roggen
bucke, Marjorie Gooch. , Blnora Brown.
Vivian Shea, Goldie Vaughan, Klmtra
Mead, Bessie Roberts, Emma MeGln
nls and Gertrude Avy; Messrs. Hart
Wood. Lenwood Berham, Edwin Hawks,
Leslie Reed. E. G. Holiday, A. Carlon,
Lawrench Shea, J. S. Cage and Forest
Mobley.
Miss Florence Browning entertained
Friday night at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. Fred Stevenson, on Montana
street, with an Informal dance in honor
of Miss Willie Mae Carson. Bowls of
rea sweet peas were used throughout - shannon found the ring,
the rooms In the decorations. Punch J be found the w.shbone i
was served oeiween tne aances during
the evening. The guests present were:
Misses Willie Mae Caason, Marion Cal
nan, Harriet 3ottorff, Ida Hunter,
Frances Earle. Elizabeth Simmons,
Irene Moyer. Corrie Ivy, Ethel Craw
ford. Dorothy Blue, Mary Tincher,
Mary Wadlington. Mamie Robertson,
Blanche Roe and Marion Moses. The
boys present were: Billie Alberts. Lynn
Scott. Alfred Black. Earl Weisiger.
Monroe Proctor, Jack Thompson. Eldon
Routledge, Frank Scotten. Paul Ander
son. Jim Anderson. Billie Ragsdale.
f Arelius Scott, Billie Flato, Ben Jen
kins. Walter Jenkins, Asa Hall. Paul
McQueen. Ftnley Robinson. Donald
Harte. Elgle Means, Charles C. Otis.
Engene Thurston, Bailey Winters and
Arthur Woods.
In honor of their Joint wedding an
niversaries, Mr and Mrs. J. C. Hanson
and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Geiger enter
tained the members and friends of El
Paso council No. 21, Knights and
Ladies of Security, at Odd Fellows' hall
on Thursday evening. Punch was
served by uniformed waiters. The
dancing was under the supervision of
Miss Julia Mallow. The invited guests
were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. T. Folsom.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C Hanson, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W Geiger. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tav
lor, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Bent, Mr.
and Mrs. M. R. Coleman. Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. John Mc
Cabe, Mr. and Mrs G. A. Miller; Mes
dames Ida Polvado, Edna Toung, Ida
Helping, K. C Alexander, Mabel Me
Ttnnalri Julia. neuel. W. E. Martin:
Misses Mabel Polvado, Helen Dinwid
dle. Agnes Phelps, Marion Toung,
Julia Crisp, Jennie. Esther and Alma
Olsen. Madeline Harrell, Esther Thomp
son, Edna Corpennlng. Audrey Han
son: Messrs. W. J. Harrell. C. B. Pad
dock. R. M. Reed. Wm. MeiseL Charles
Overton, L. Smith, F. H Sackett K.
L. Leiba, Harry Van Buren, R. E. Lee,
M. Anderson. P. W. Broyles. A. Camp
bell, J. Mercer, E. Ross. Junior Miller.
R. L Geiger. Wm. Rawl and J. E.
Geiger.
El Pasoans Returning.
Miss Ruth Maiston has returned from
a. three months' visit to Parral, Mex.
Mrs James Dudley, who has been
visiting in California, returned to El.
Paso the latter part of the week.
t n 'VCrr.nv and bride, who have been
visiting the expositions at San Fran
cisco and San Diego, have returned
from their honeymoon and will be at
home to their friends In EI Paso.
Mrs. Edith Graham Coyne, librarian
of the public library, who has been
attending the American Librarians'
convention in Berkeley. Calif. Is ex
pected to return Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Hugh Tuten. who have
been visiting in South Carolina for 'the
past month, have returned to El Baso.
Later in the summer they will go to
California to visit the expositions.
Harry Shannon, who has been attend
ing the Peacock Military institute at
San Antonio, Tex., has returned to El
Paso to spend his vacation with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A- Shannon.
Miss Elizabeth Stevens, who has been
attending the Walnut H!U school for
girls. In Massachusetts, is expected to
return Monday to spend her summer
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Horace B. Stevens, Sr Later in
h mmr hv will frn to California.
I to visit the expositions.
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n exclusive ji
Need Not Be An Expensive Gift
ALTHOUGH THE HUNDREDS OF GIFTS DISPLAYED IN BEACH'S ART SHOP
WERE SELECTED PERSONALLY. A FEW HERE AND THERE IN THE GREAT
ARTSHOPS OF THIS COUNTRY AND IN FOREIGN LANDS AND DIFFER
RADICALLY FROM THE GIFTS ONE GENERALLY SEES STILL THEY ARE NOT
EXPENSIVE.
BEACH'S ART SHOP OPERATES ON A "CLOSE
MARGIN" SYSTEM; THAT IS. EACH ARTICLE IS
PRICED ATTHE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURE UNDER
WHICH IT IS POSSIBLE TO OPERATE. AS A RE
SULT. EVERY GIFT. BE IT CANDLESTICK OR A
FLOWER VASE AT A DOLLAR OR SO. OR A GIFT
AT $50.00 OR $100.00. IS A VALUE THAT WILL
STAND COMPARISON TO ITS ADVANTAGE ANY
WHERE. YOU ARE INVITED TO LOOK AND TO MAKE
UNLIMITED VALUE COMPARISONS. AND YOU WILL
FIND IT MOST INTERESTING.
A STUDY OF OUR WINDOWS WILL HELP YOU TO
SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEMS SATISFACTORILY
BUT SEE THE COMPLETE COLLECTION.
Suggestions
- A CarseBan Art Pottery Tea Pot
of meet nnnmml design and col
oring, at 9&50.
A dust aaadkerehief, made of
real laee, Materia feaad embroid
ered .Keen, oc of the sheerest
wheel work, priced at 75c and up.
Qaaiat vases, jars, jardineres,
eaadlegtieks, saokng sets, etc of
Bozase and Mostique Art Pottery,
others in Mexican or Indian ware,
appropriate for every purpose,
hanging, prices ranging from 30c
to S16.9.
A reU staffed Toroii.5, beauti
fully potts back, unique for
the den or csrio eeHeetion, as low
as ?
Pine Madeira hand embroidered
loneheon sets, consisting- of 13
pieces, at $6.60 and up.
ALHAMBRA
CLARA
YOUN
IN
"HEARTS
LE"
Miss Hallio Matthews and Herman
Bateman were married at 1 odock
Saturday at the Church of St Clement j
ay nw. xienry rosier at a very preiiy
service. The church was beautifully
decorated with palms and white lilies.
Preceding the entrance of the bridal
party, Mrs. Walter Christie sang "O
Promise Me," accompanied by Kenneth
MacCallom. The bridal party entered
the church to the strains of the "Lo
hengrin wedding march, played by
Kenneth MacCallum. Walter Christie
and Fred Hardiker. the ushers, passed
don the middle aisle. Miss Marjorie
Jarvls. the maid of honor, came next,
followed by Mrs. S. W. Fant, who was
the matron of honor. The bride entered
on the arm of .Iter brother, R. F. Cocke,
who gate her in marriage. The groom
entered from the vestibule with his
best man, Walter Bateman, and met the
bride at the altar, where the marriage
ceremony was performed. The bridal
party left the church to the music of
the wedding march from "Midsummer
Night's Dream." by Mendelssohn. The
bride wore a traveling suit of navy
blue fibre silk with collar and cuffs
of white grograin silk. Her hat was
gold lace with, a crown of blue and
f old brocaded silk, trimmed with
French bouquets of pink velvet and
ostrich feathers. The only ornament
worn bv the bride was a turouoise i
locket, an heirloom of her great grand- j
mother, who wore it at her wedding.)
jffee Marjorie Jarvls wore a gown
YOU WILL FIND THAT GIFT DIFFERENT HERE
Beach's Art Shop
'At the Sign of the Genuine'
City National Bank Bldg.
Phone 601
LOTJVAIN'S RUIN
IS BEYOND REPAIR
(Contlnned from
. n ,m.l- Cu.I n i
XSe " " oWM. .
removed before tha
tar Dictare was
shell came which tore open the roof.
and the majority ot the works cf art
and other valuables In the building are
now safely stored in the basement of
the Hotel de Ville across the way
almost the- only other structure in
Louvain that was not razed.
City Wholly Rained.
pwj Special Excursion
Tt i MifMreiv&blv only Louvain's t-
,ri tat dcmolitioB that 1ms prevented ef-
gold brocaded satin, ankle length, with forts to rebuild It, for that has been
accitffl Mian hu in uwu-r viuui ui t-ui? j.-
cian cities that were wrecked oy the
ROUND TRIP FARES
hMd EL PASO TO:
full skirt and a waist "of cream laee.
with a deep girdle of brocaded satin.
ornamented with touches of royal pur
sle. She wore a large leghorn hat
covered with pink chiffon and carried
an arm bouquet of pink Klllarney
roses.
Mrs. S. W. Fant was gowned In a
white lace dress, made full skirt, with
little, clusters of forgetmenots caught
in at the waist and neck. She wore a
picture bat trimmed in white .plumes
and carried pink Klllarney roses.
After the weddnlg ceremony, an In
formal receptlni was held at the home
of the brltfe'S- 'sister. Mrs. R. F. Cocke,
at 72t Mundy avenue. Mr and Mrs.
Bateman left immediately after the re
ception on their honeymoon trio. After
July 1 they will be at home to then
friends In El Paso.
Cards.
JWSGWAMJ
I THEATER I
TOMORROW ONLYl
I The dainty little musical comedy
HAZEL DAWN
H In the four reel Famous Player I
1 sem,
1 "One of Our Girls" I
fjj One Day Only Regular Price.
Mrs. K. S. Weill entertained Infor
mally at auction bridge on Thursday
and Friday afternoons at her home on
Mundy avenue. Pink and white sweet
peas decorated the rooms attractively.
On Thursday afternoon the first prize
was won by Miss Margaret Young and
the second by Miss Louise Hopper.
Miss Mary Morgan won the first prize
Friday. The second prize was won by
Mrs. William Jennings, while the con
solation prize went to Mrs. William J.
Jennings. The guests were Mesdames
J. W. Eubank, S. D. Toung. W. R.
Brown, Francis Earle, Sydney Mayer,
S C HcCurdy. Fred Norton. J. E.
Bowen. Kate Franklin. Fred Wood
worth. D. Bruce Smith, Branch Craige,
A. Mathtas, William Jennings, William
J. Jennings and F. W. Berkshire:
Misses Eleanor Safford, Mary Morgan.
Hedwig Mathias. Eleanor Mathtas.
Eleanor Eubanks, Louise Hopper and
Margaret Young.
Mrs. Esther Grossblatt entertained in
honor of her house guests, Mrs. Joe
Kline and Mrs. Phillip Moragsln, of
Douglas. Ariz.. Friday afternoon at her
home, on North Kansas street, with a
bridge and bunco party. The house
was prettily decorated with pink sweet
peas, roses and ferns. After the games,
a three course luncheon was served.
The first prize in bridge was won by
Miss Frieda Scwartz. The first prise
in bunco was won by Miss Louise Sil
verman. The consolation prize fell to
Mrs. Joe Goodman. The guests present
were
Germans as they advanced toward
Franca. It has been accomplished so
completely ia seme eases that the ig
norant visitor would never know there
had been any war in the little country.
This is true of Naranr. to the south
ward. Namur played a conspicuous
part in the early days of the war, and
by no means escaped without damage
yet little of it Is in eveidence today,
particularly among the forts that were
held to be invincible, and that toaay
probably are so. Standing high above
the River Meuse these forts present
an absolutely unbroken and undamaged
appearance. Where the great shells
burst is the maeofery one can only
guess at. for the boms axe gone. Only '
the hotel at the very top of the hill ,
on which the fortifications are built
is still ia a state of ruin.
Fairy Tale of German Fire. I
In this hotel, so goes the story that
many maintain is a fairy tale, there
was the telephone central into which
ran the wires from all the forts. The ,
Germans advancing, are supposed ro !
.have learned of this vital fact, and to .
nave trained tneir guns effectively on
this building first of all. so that the
connecting lines were cut and no one
fort had any means of communication
with any other.
LOS ANGELES
AND SAN DIEGO
SAN FRANCISCO, Via. LOS
ANGELES and SAN DIEGO - -
SAN FRANCISCO, going via Los Angeles
and San Diego, returning via Portland,
Seattle, Sale Lake and Denver, or the reverse.
$45.00
$72.50
Visit the Grand Canyon During
Your Vacation
EL PASO LAD HELD
FOR $5,000 RANSOM
(Continued From Page Seven.)
the Mexican mountains where the Boyd
boy was being held. Gordon Boyd ac
companied the party as he was the only
one who knew where his brother was
held. Before leaving the bandits th-"
warned him not to return to their amn
but to stop five mil's distant and np-
proacn une camp on foot and alone with
the ransom. He was also warned not
to return to their cunn with arnviil
men or Cecil would be harmed. The ran- I
som was delivered to the bandit leader, '
it was counted by the light of the camp j
fire and Cecil was released and aecom- '
panted tne party back to Hacblta in !
tne auios. arriving at tiacnits. aDoot s
ociock Saturday morning
Accompanied by his brother. Gordon.
and his friends, he is expected to arrive
nere
SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS TO COLO
RADO AND EASTERN DESTINATIONS
On sale daily. Long limits, liberal stop-orer
privileges. If you will call on us wo will be glad
to lielp you plan your vacation trip.
CITY OFFICE -MILLS
BUILDING
this evenino. Mr TIavH and mil
Mesdames Joe Goodman. Louise I Palmer, are still at Cases Grandes and
Silverman, Max Goldsmith, Herbert
Goodman. Ben Freeman, A. Stolaroff.
Harry Goodman, Joe Bromberg, Ben
Sackett. L Laskin. A. Collins, Henry
Yaffe. M. PozlL M. Snyder, Harry Ross,
Louis Alprin, Charles Levin. Bert Tals
pe . Misses Annie Stolaroff, Frieda
Scwartz, Rose Grossblatt and Barbara
Grossblatt. The hostess was assisted
by her daughters. Rose Grossblatt and
Barbara Grossblatt.
School Notes.
Four nurses will graduate from the
training school of Kolston hospital
within a short time. The graduation
exercises will be held in the ballroom
of the Hotel Paso del Norte and will
be followed by a dance for the nurses
and their friends. The date has not
been definitely fixed, but will prob
ably be June Z2. The nurses who will
receive their diplomas at this time will
be. Mrs. Olga Baker. Misses Anna Mae
Prather, Emma McGinnis and Nellie
Keller.
Dinners, Luncheons, Teas.
Among the several small groups of
diners at the West Ysleta Country club
Thursday night were: Dr. and Mrs.
Leo Auerbach. and Frank Torres; Capt.
and Mrs. Alfred W. BJornstad, Miss
Beatrice Pateman and Donald Rath-burn,
Remember the ball game. S p. m Rio
Grande park, June 11. The Kracka
jacks' massacre of the innocents will
be a stunning blow to future aspira
tions of Col. Cook. ISth Infantry, who
wants the girls to play at Douglas.
i There will not be anything Iert or the
' chlrkens but "a rag. a bone and a hank
j of hair ' Adl entisement.
are expected to come to El Paso later.
Mrs. Boyd states that the family, while
living in Mexico, was always careful
not to favor either faction in any way.
simply requesting that the party in
power not molest the ranch. CecB is
18 years old. Gordon is 22 and Palmer IS.
FRENCH HOMES, BUILT
WITH CARE, ABANDONED
(Continned from race One This Section.)
laid out, each shelter-hut having at
least one, with a decorative border of
stone or sod before the daar.
Later Are Abandoned.
When the correspondent visited the
scene the basket-ware homes were
empty. Polish peasants were turning
over the straw in the beds, searching
for money or trinkets, which might
have been lost, or were carrying away
the doors, windows and furniture, while
the soldiers who had built them were
miles to the eastward In close pursuit
of the retreating Russians.
Special Prices
SIASOVS
Pints 30c Doz.
Quarts 60e Doz.
One-half gallons SSc Doz.
' JBLL.Y GLASSES
One-third pint 30e Doz.
One-half pint 35e Doz.
SCHRAM'S FRUIT JARS
Extra, Special As long as they
last:
Plats 30c Doz.
Quarts 60e Doz.
Only have a few gross in stock
of these Schram's Jars.
ECONOMY JARS
Pints 00c Doz. Quarts , . .$1.90 per Doz.
Extra Fruit Jar Rubbers... 10c per Doz.
TnK BEST QUALITY FRUIT JARS IX THE CITY.
THE CHINA PALACE COMPANY
HYMAX A SANDERS, Managers.
I FR.UIT JARS I
Face Value
Superfluous hair and moles removed.
Wrinkles.' hollow or sagging cheeks,
baggy eyelids, signs of age. illness
or grief all quickly corrected.
Shampooing, manicuring and facial
massage given.
The only expert Dermatologist to
stay in EI Paso and give you the
benefit of twelve years' experience.
GRACE A. BENSON
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