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EL PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, June 23, 1915 WALTERS TO BE ! SOCIETY DOINGS NEW El rat ties. Mrs. RoDo Bruce entertained this morning at her home on Nevada street ith a dt'ightfully informal poren Jariy in honor of Mrs. V. E. Kagglo, ho leases Sunday for New ork city. The porch was prettily decorated wltn laender and pink sweet peas. The riiornins nas spent pleasantly in con i rsation An ice course was served o the guests, who were: Mesdaraes "" E Raggio. Ross Gimmet, Charles "Miller. T F. Kimball, Harry Swain, A. " Hadley. Fanning Stevens, Joe J'lCkei. F. Li Wemple R. B. lloman, II CVDell, H. W. Williams, R. M. f humarher, Wip Robinson, W. U. 1 Uiott. J. E. Abbott, p. J. Kice and "Kate Baldwin. Lodges and Clubs. Prosperity council No. I7S4. of tne Knights and Ladles of Security, which was organized June 1, and has already r-ceived 100 members, save a special Trogram Tuesday evening at its result- social meeting'. Dancing was en 2 i ed during the evening and later an i course was served. George Marsh sang The degree team gave a drliL T'ie team consists of 31 men and 31 romen i Diamonds are an investment Why nol save a few dollars this Sear by investing them in a diamond? If. you will give us an opportunity, we vUl explain a plan to you whereby you can, by pay ing a few dollars a month, own a diamond which will always have an intrinsic Worth equal to and perhaps many times the amount you pay. This is nol an installment proposition, where we charge you several times the ordinary profit, but a straight offer to sell at our lowest cash price.' Call and let us explain this proposition. SilLerLerg Bros. Plalinumsmilhs Mesa Ave., Cor. Texas. The mere thought of buying a Diamond should suggest Silberberg Bros." Weddings. Miss Jesse Mae Sanderson and John A. Cribbs were married Tuesday night at S:W oclock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Sanderson, in Highland Park. The house was prettily decorated with quantities of ferns and pink and white sweet peas. The mantle, before which the bridal party stood, was massed with ferns and bowls of the sweet peas. A large wedding bell, covered with white crepe paper and white sweet peas, was suspended from the ceiling and under this the couple stood as the ceremony was performed by Rev. F. L. llalloway. As Miss Anna Iverson played the opening strains of the wedding march from 'TpOhengrln, the bridal party entered. Miss Cora Fwrgason. the bride's maid of honor, entered first with Ray Knooihuizen, the groom's best man. Miss Forgason wore a white gown of embroidered not with little bouquets of forget-me-nots cangfat in the bodice and skirt She carried a bouquet of pink carnations tied with pink tulle. The bride en tered on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. She wore a gown of white chiffon over white satin, ankle length with trimmings of tiny rosebuds. Her tulle veil, which fell to the edge of her skirt, was caught In her hair with little clusters of rosebuds. She carried an arm bouquet of bride's roses tied with white satin ribbon. After the ceremony, an iiuunnai reception was neio. In cut El Pasoans Away. Mrs. C. P. Hostetter. of Bl Paso, Is In Excelsior Springs. Mo. Mrs. Mark Graff left today for Chi cago, where she will visit during the summer? Mr. and Mrs. A. G. "Wilson left Tues day for the coast, where they will spend the summer. C E, Head left today for the coast, where he will spend a short time visit ing the expositions. Mrs. J. A. Happer left Tuesday morn ing for Cloudcroft, where she will spend a rew weeks. m XT T-.W-. Denver Engineer to Take Lawson's Place; Lawson Will Get Better Job. R. F. Walters, senior engineer of the reclamation service at Denver, will ar rive, here on July 19 to take charge of the Rio Grande project ae project engineer. This change is in line with the policy of S. B. Williamson, cnier of construction of the service, of hav ing a senior engineer in charge of the u,Im, nantral anil wftllthern UlS- Mrs. H. Jatfe. accompanied by her j tricts. .Mr. waiters win succeea i n. a son. who has been project manager of the Rio Grande project for two and a half years. During Mr. Lawson's tenure of office, about J1.0K0.0O9 has been expended on the project. The most notable work done during his ad ministration was the taking over ana improving of the Franklin canal ana the building of the east and west side canals. Mr. Lawson will be retained in tne sons, left recently for Ocean Park, to spena tne summer months. Horace B. Stevens and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Stevens, will leave soon for Cloudcroft to spend a few days. Arthur Fraker left recently for Doug las. Ariz., on a short business trip. He will be away about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Fegan and chil dren left recently for Tucson, where tney win visit zor aoout two weeks. fr tt,; Xr. hTSn ,r I rtamatlon service and will he trans for the coast, where he will spend a tarrmA . - oth. ...oie,. in , Det- tew weeks at San Diego and San Fran cisco. Dr. J. M. Richmond left Tuesday for San Francisco to attend the American Medical association and also to visit the exposition. Mrs. F. H. Brown left recently lor ting the bride's cake. Rev. Mr. Hallo- Tucson. Ariz, where she will Join her "THE GOOD KIND" Itlrril PRESIDENT AMBASSADOR STATESMAN way found the rine- una Mm J n Lowman found the thimble. Miss Euna Mae Webb found the heart and Miss Lillian Rawley found the horseshoe. Mr and Mrs. Cribbs will be at home to their friends in their new bungalow on Lebanon street. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. w Rj.nrt.i-- son and has lived in El Paso for several years. The groom is In the grocery wnu iier lauier. Miss Lucy Claire Hoard and Samuel W. Reily were married Tuesday after noon at 5 oclock by Rev. C. Wesley Webdell at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. F. V. Hoard, on North Stanton street The rooms were pret tily decorated with palms, ferns and white carnations. The mantle was banked with palms and quantities of ferns. Asparagus ferns were entwined from the chandeliers to the corners of the celling. Precending the en trance of the bridal party, Mrs. James McMulIen played Mendelssohn's "Spring Song" and also played Mendelssohn's wedding march as they entered. Miss Gertrude Benjamin, the bride's maid of honor, entered first. She wore a gown of white organdie over pink satin. The skirt was ankle length with rows of tiny ruffles edged with lace on it The bodice was made peasant style. She i " v o . uub" Kbuuiu iu tl 1U4JUCU W1LU i pink ostrich plumes and touches of Copenhagen blue velvet She carried air arm bouquet of Killaraey roses tied with embroidered pink pet The bride was met by the groom and his best man, L. Roy Hoard. The bride wore a gown of white duchess satin, en train. The skirt was full and had ruffles of Chantilly lace. The bodice was made basque effect with touches of real lace at the throat Her tulle' veil, which fell to the edge of her train, was at tached to her hair with sprays of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley After the wedding cere mony, an informal reception was held. The dining room table was beautlfully decorated with a duny cloth over pink satin, and tall vases filled with pink sweet peas and ferns were at each cor ner The bride's cake centered the ta ble." In cutting the cake. Mrs. C. W. Webdell found the button. Miss Mary Weeks found the thimble and Miss Katherine Harper found the ring. The bride and groom left Tuesday night for California, where they will spend their honeymoon." The bride's traveling suit was a light tan color with trim mings of gold. Her hat was "a leghorn trimmed with red roses and black vel vet After their honeymoon trip in California, the young couple will go to Madera, Chihuahua, Me .. where they will make their future home. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. Frances V. .Hoard, of this city, and was formerly a teacher in the Beall school. The groom is connected with the Pearson company in laaera. El Pasoans Reluming. J. J. Boyd arrived Tuesda from Mexico, where he has been for the last few months. O. W. Kerr returned Tuesday from Minneapolis, Minn, where he has been for the last few weeks. Miss Birdie Buckaloo returned Tues day from Fort Worth, Texas, and other eastern points, where she has been visiting for the past few weeks. Jack Happer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Happer, has returned recently from Lakeville Conn, where he has been at tending Hotchkiss schoot for boys. Capt George Vldmer, ISth cavalry, returned Tecently from west Point, where he went to attend the wedding of his daughter. Mrs. Vldmer and son, Dick Vidmer, accompanied Capt Vld mer hee. husband. They will make their fu ture home there. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Andreas will leave soon for California to visit the exposition at San Francisco. John An dreas will accompany them. Mrs. Rue Jackson and daughter. Miss Ella Jackson, left recently for Cloud croft Miss Jackson will have a few house guests the first part of July. Mrs. Harry Swain and children left Tuesday afternoon for Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. Swain will join his family later in the summer and they will then visit the exposition at San Francisco. Mrs. E. C Brandeberry and Miss Mag gie Routt left Tuesday for Los Angeles, where they will spend the summer at the different beaches. Miss Routt has been visiting Mrs. Brandeberry at the Cadwallader ranch at Mountain Park. Mrs J Ml Lancford and daughter. Miss Myrtle Langford. left Tuesday for California. They, will visit for a short time in Los Angeles and will be Joined by J. M. Langford in July and wUI then visit the exposition at San "ran Dances. Saturdp-CIostnc. Beginning July vo we will close Sat urday afternoons during: the heated season, and at 6 oclock Saturday the year round. We ask our customers to bear our employes' welfare in mine and plan their shopping accordingly. EI Paso Piano Co, W. R. Schatx. Prop, SOS south side Texas street Adv. (t , A Quality Bargain In PIANOS used in Concert ty Prominent Artists During the past Concert season we loaned on several occasions brand new "EVERETT" Pianos, both Grands and Uprights, and on account of the valuable advertising that we received therefrom we are offering you the benefit of same with reductions on some as much as $100.00. Think of it! On EVERETT Pianos that are absolutely the same as new. Sold on monthly payments if desired. We have sold the EVERETT continuously for the past 19 years throughout the Southwest, and.they have proven to stand this "DRY" climate absolutely. Only 6 EVERETTS offered at reductions. There for we suggest early action. Mail orders will receive careful attention. ' Oldest Piano House in EI Paso. El Paso Piano Co. W. R. Schulz, Prop. 208 South Side of Texas Street. " The mid-week dance at the Country club will be given tonight The hop at the post gflen Tr the 15th cavalry Tuesday night was very well attended. Among those present were CoL and Mrs! Joseph Garrard, MaJ. and Mrs. William R. Sample. Capt. and Mrs. George W. Moses. Capt and Mrs. Ben Lear. Capt. and Mrs. George Vldmer. Lieut and Mrs. Charles L. Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alnsa; Misses Alice Davis, Virginia Bean, Marian Moses, Helen Stratton. Floy Earnhardt Margaret Johnson. Marga ret Davis, Ruth Guyer. Virginia Stew art Enid Alnsa and Virginia Scrapie. Lieuts. James L. Collins. Dennis Mc Cunnlff. Courtney Hodges. Welton M. Modlsette. Dale F. McDonald, Tim Rees. Clifford Game, Francis L. Brannen. Robert O. Annin, Oliver S Woods, Wil liam H. Cowles, Messrs. W. H. F. J odd. Rolfe Sample and Joe Hole. Miss Nellie Mae Bowen was the hoai ess at an informal dance Tuesday night at her home on Montana street In honor of Miss Frances Stevenson, who Is her house -guest Punch was served during the evening. The guests were Misses Frances Stevenson. Phyllis Lorig, Kath erine Pfa'f. Ethel Crawford. Mary Dewey. Anita Maeue. Rebecca Maetze Beatrice Pateman. Frances Earle. Edith Robertson. Isabelle Springer. Irene Rob ertson, Willie May Carson. Alice Myies, Marian Calnan, Elizabeth Simmon?, Harriet Botorff. Mary Gates Redmond. Margaret Bryan. Virginia Akard. Mary White. The boys were KObert Wash burn. Hal Greer, Elgie-Means. William Alberts. Eldon Rutledge, Jack Donahue, Ward Worthington. Gene Smith. Guy ITammaf Tlawl. Tullti. IT.raian. Carl Tipton, Jack Knight Earl Weislger, Joe ( worsham. jack Thompson, Monroe Procto, Robert Hoover. George Mee. Robert Mullln, Lewis Whitman. Robert Piatt Charles Kllburn and Dock Phil lips. ' Out Of Town Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. IL V. Wallace, 'of Chihuahua. Mex, are stopping at the Pao del Norte. Miss Minnie Swatt who graduated the past year from the Rockdale nign school, is in El Paso visiting relatives. Mrs. K. N. Carmsely and son, Harvey Carmseely, of Fort Worth Tex, are vis iting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Waseron. at their home on Bliss street Mrs. Mary Miller and daughter. Miss Eva Harman, who have been visiting in El Paso a few days, left Tuesday for their home in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Mrs. J. A. Pruett has as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Krving Russel. of Deming, N. M, and Miss Jettie Pruett of Fort Davis. Miss Pruett will leave soon for California, where she will spend the summer. Rev. W. J. Joyce, of San Marcos. Tex, who has been attending the ex position at San Francisco, is visiting his son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wright, at their home, S02 ed eral street, in Manhattan Heights. Mrs. George Christie and little daugh ter, Rosalie Christie, and mother, Mrs. R. G. Bearberina. of Tamplco, Mex, are the guests of Mr. Christie's mother, Mrs. Matilda Burroughs at the Ramsey apartments. Mr. Christie will Join them In about two weeks and they will then go to the coast ferred to some other project in a bet ter position. i Cloudcroft Notes. Cloudcroft N. M, June 23. The lat est arrivals at the Lodge are: J. li. Shepard, El Paso; Mrs. Fred F. Green, Miami. Ariz.: Elizabeth Roscow Mrs. R. G. Martin, rpaid and child, Charles Q. Fox. El Paso: L. B. Caruther. jr. and wire, Tucson, Ariz.; W. li. Darton, U. S. geological survey; J. Page Kemp, El Paso. Mr. and Mrs. J C. Ballard returned ro El Paso yesterdar after spending their honeymoon at the Lodge. Miss Gladys McQuaters has returned to El Paso, after spending a week in Cloudcroft the guest of the Lodge. Mrs. J. A. Happer has arrived to Join Mrs. A. P. Coles. Mrs. Coles and party arrived on Sunday. Mrs. S. E. Tomlinson and baby are moving Into "Blue Jay." one of the G. A. Breckhelmer cottages. Mrs. Tomlin son has been a puest at the Texas. Mrs. W. Cooley will arrive today to join her children, who arrived on Mon day with their nurse. Mrs. Cooley will remain some time. Mrs. C K. Wold arrived Tuesday and will spend a short time in Cloudcroft Mrs. Broaddus and Mrs Suth erland, of Tularoaa. are occupying the summer home of Miss Detrlck, "Rest Inn." Phillip Yard, of Wooten, has arrlred In Cloudcroft to spend a short time. W. H. Darton. of the U. S. geological survey, is spending a short time in Cloudcroft the guest of the Lodge. Mrs. J. D. Neely and daughter will arrive the end of the week- to spend a month in Cloudcroft Miss 0Rourke arrived on Tuesday and will spend some time In Cloudcroft The forest fire which was yesterday reported to be quite serious, has been checked. w Cards Mrs. R. W. McCandless entertained the Tuesday Auction Bridge club Tues day afternoon at nor home in the Crawford apartments. Mrs. H. a. Christie won the prite for highest score. Only the club members were present This will be the final meet ing of the club until the falL The Ebell club was entertained Tuesday by Mrs. J. IL McLaughlin at her home in the Fisk apartments. Pink sweet peas decorated the rooms. A three course luncheon was served to the guests after the conclusion of the games. The first prize for highest score was won by Mrs. Clarence Muel ler The members present were Mes dames Ames Albro, Claude Shelton, Frank Langan and clarence Mueller. The guests were Mrs. H. B. Gilbert and Mrs Erdix Dearing. The cluo will meet next week with Mrs. "rank Langan at the Sheldon hotel. About El Pasoans. Mra- IL E. Hunter, who has hn seriously ill at Rolston hos<aL has t E continue this week unusual bargains in just the clothes vou need for Summer. Every day during the past week our garment section was crowded with eager buyers securing the excellent garments we are now offering at very special prices. Suits and Ready -To-Wear 2ND FLOOR LADIES' PALM BEACH SUITS Regular $1Z00 value Specially priced $7.49 NEW CREPE DE CHINE AND TAFFETA DRESSES Pleated skirt. trimmed with organdie. Quaker collar, patent leather tf "j f QL belt, something entirely new. $18.00 value JAJ7c? LADIES' WASH DRESSES Of French Y.oiIe, batiste. French linen, full skirt trimmed with organdie collar solid colors (J?C QC Black and white stripe and polka dots. $1 0.00 value. . P & Z J 250 WASHABLE PIQUE CIRCULAR SKIRTS Buttons all the way down Patch pockets Large Pearl Buttons t 1 . A Q SECOND CLEARING OF LADIES $15.00 AND $18.00 TRIMMED HATS Georgette crepe, lacs leghorns, Milan hemp and chic handsome trim- . mmgs. rrencn plumes, rancy nowcr. . ribbons, ostrich feathers and wings $4.95 JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS Chadrens Suspender Dresses, with guimp; sizes 8 to 14. Fine quality of gingham, solid colors, stripes and checks $2.00 value (M OJf Special VXrft $1.00 AND $1.25 CHILDREN'S DRESSES SIZES 2 TO 6 FOR 59c Sheer lawn, organdie and tubable materials, neatly trimmed CQ 0t i Choice $4.00 BLOUSES FOR $1.95 Crepe de chine, allover laces, tub silk and French voile, long and short sleeves, lace trimmed d Q C $4.00 value V X JtJ TELEPHONE EXCHANGE PHONES TO ALL DEPARTMENT-6800 CHILDREN'S NEW SUMMER DRESSES Dainty and cool Sizes 2 to 14 $6.00 value $2.98 SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND STRAW HATS recovered sufficiently to return to her Home at the West Tsleta Country club. Mutomobiling. Miss Kate Tatum and Miss Velma Casey left Tuesday for their ranch home In Culberson county in W D Casey's car. One of the Three Great llanos of the World. Trsds ONE PRICE ll&rk RIXG COXTESTAirrS BUST. This has been a busy 'week with the Diamond Ring Contestants. One rea son Is all our fountains have been busy. The ring is well worth working for. so ask your friends to save their coupons for you. Standing of contestants will be an nounced next week. Scott-While DniR- Co. Mills Bldg. Roberts Banner BWg. De pot Pharmacy, i Advertisement) OUT OF WATER. We have increased our delivery ser viee to meet the increased demand for Klectro-Puro Water. Telephone this evening or early tomorrow morning, and you will not be "out of water" long. TeL IKS or 1S. Empire Bottling Works. Electro-rnro 'Water Co. (Advertisement) Justice Is Applied With Whip At Police Station Justice was applied at the police sta tion Tuesday afternoon with a "black-snake- whip. A IS year old Mexican boy. Antonio Hernandez, was In police court on a charge of stealing auto tools. After hearing the case recorder Paul Thomas told the boy's mother that her son needed a good whipping rather than a Jail sentence. The mother promised to give the boy the whipping If be was turned loose. se took him down stairs in the police station, accompanied by city detective uan ZlX?00 and save him a good whip ping with the police whip. TO INVESTIGATE FAILURE OF WELLS AT RIFLE RANGE An investigation is now being made ?.T-,th.e falIure ot the water supply at the Dona Ana county rifle range. MaJ. Alanzo Gray. Inspector general of the southern department arrived here Tuesday nicht from Fort Apache. Ariz and drove to the rifle range Wednes day morning with CoL George IL Mor gan, of the 15th cavalry, to make a complete Investigation of the failure of the driven wells on tho range. The wells which supply water for the troops when on tho rifle range failed last week after sand had filled UP the Shafts. An nffnrt wa, ma4 ,n clear the wells, but this has not yet been successful, and water Is now be ing hauled for a distance of nine miles to supply the 20th infantry, which is shooting on the range. This rejriment Is expected to return to camp Saturday. Stop! Look! Listen! John Fisher Has Ford Four new Ford runabouts, recently purchased by the city, have been de livered. The machines will be used by alderman J. W. Fisher, chairman of tho streets and grades committee; F. H. Todd, consulting engineer; B. J. Za briakle, sanitary commissioner; and H. P. Jackson, superintendent of water, works. VOLUNTEER ARMY OF LABOR pi AMwrn nv 1 1 rwnr.vnvnv London, En?, June 2J. Lloyd-George, I minister of munitions, took the country i into his confidence today by Introduc- j lng in thehouse of commons the mu- j nuz oq) suoraoioo jo esnoq aqi ui 2ui ! revolutionize the conditions under which ammunition and other war ma terial are prepared. This comprehensive object makes strikes and lockouts illegal: provides for compulsory arbitration; limits the profits to employers and creates a vol unteer army of workmen pledged to go wherever they are needed. JITXE COMPANY FIXED FOR F.UUXG TO LIGHT CARS Complaints were filed against H. A. Slmmands and X. Yelton Wednesday morning for having no tall lights on their automobiles. A charge of violat ing the traffic ordinance was filed against Allen Ellis. In the corporation court Tuesday afternoon, the Lawrence Electric com pany. Hawkins Bros, and the Jltne company were fined for parking cars without lights. There were three com plaints against the Jitne company. Husband Works In Steel Mills Mrs. Bertha Hartman Learned the News from Friends of Her Husband E errbodr I" Reading "Open Market Josephine Dascam Bacon's new society novel. El Paso Book Co., Mills Bldg. "It's Handy." Advertisement Letter Film. SOe, EI Paso Book Co.. Mills Bldg. "irs ifandy." Phone S3. Advertisement IceTeaTumblers DeKyle Smith i02N.stanton FREED ON ONE CHARGE IS REARRESTED ON ANOTHER Freed on an instructed verdict by Judge Dan M. Jackson in the 31th dis trict court Tom Robottom was rear rested as soon as he Svas released Wed nesday morning and is now charged with burglary at night Robottom was arrested and a charge of burglary made against him following the disappearance of some diamonds which belonged to Mrs. J. Runquist a guest at the Hotel McCoy where Robot tom was employed as a bellboy. xne original inaiciment was round to have been faulty and the Instructed verdict was given in the case and a second charge made against him. NICKEL CAR OWNERS PLAN TO ASK FOR INJUNCTION Final arrangements for the filing of an injunction against the city to pre vent the enforcement of the Jltne ordi nance, have been made and it is prob able that action will be taken by attor ney of the Independent Nickel Auto Operators' association this afternoon. A meeting of the association was held Tuesda evening and it was decided to attempt to secure permission to station a man in the plaza 'who would direct passengers to the cars and see that a regular schedule was maintained. Plant Juice, the new herbal system tonic brings the sunshine of health to a poor body that has long lingered In the winter of sickness. Many local men and women who have suffered from stomach disorders and its accom panying distressing symptoms have felt the sunshine of health, as their numerous testimonials show. Mrs. Bertha Hartman, -who lives at No. 1SS0 Larkins alley. South Side. Pa, and whose husband is a boiler-maker, em ployed by the Jones & Laughlin Steel Mills, have lived at the above address for six years, where they are well known. Mrs. Hartman stated: ' "My husband and I had been very nervous and could not sleep. My ap petite was bad and I had that tired, 'run down' feeling. We had tried all kinds of remedies, but they did not seem to suit our case. Some of the employes of the mill were telling us about Plant Juice and said they knew it would help us. Finally my husband brought home a bottle and we both began to use it It helped us the very first day. My husband has Improved so much that he says he has never felt better. My appetite has returned and I am no longer nervous. We would r.ot be without this medicine in our house as we both feel that we are well again. Plant Juice is sold in El Paso at the Kelly-Pollard Drug store, where it is being introduced and its merits ex plained. Advertisement THE CALIFORNIAN LEAVES EL PASO at 6:45 A. M. every day. arriving in Los Angeles the next morning at 7:15 o'clock, making the run through the desert at night Close connections at Los Angeles with the COAST LINE train for San Francisco and INTERMEDIATE POINTS; also cosects at Los Angeles with train for SAN DEGO. PULLMAN SLEEPERSTOURIST SLEEPERS, DINING CAR, CHAIR CAR. ' THIS IS THE TRAIN YOU WILL EVENTUALLY TAKE. LOS ANGELES and return $35.00 San Francisco and return S45.00 SAN DIEGO and re tarn. 35.00 On sale daily; Limit 3 months. Other Trains Leave: SUNSET EXPRESS 6:00P.M. SUNSET LIMITED 10:15P.M. THE SOUTHERN PACIEIC CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 206 North Oregon Phone No. 142. Face Value Superfluous hair and moles removed. Wrinkles, hollow or sagging cheeks, baggy eyelids, signs of age. Illness or grief all quickly corrected. Phone 381. The only expert Dermatologist to stay In El Paso and give you the benefit of twelve years' experience. GRACE A. BENSON Office 29. Hollenbeek Hotel. CLOUDCROFT INVITES YOU TO COME More Beautiful this Year than Ever TRAIN SCHEDULE Daily Except Sunday. I.v. Union Station 7i30 aiu. Ar. Cloudcroft 1230 p.xa. Lv. Cloudcroft SiIS p.m. Ar. Union Station 720 p.m. Sunday Only Tj3e n. m. Ar. CI ond croft 1Si30 p.xo. GiM p.m. Ar. Union Station 11:30 p.m. Lr. Union Station Lt. Cloudcroft Season Tickets $5.00 Week-End Tickets $3.50 City Ticket Office Roberts-Banner Building 1 I Herald "Want Ads for results. Herald Want Ads for results.