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EL PASO HEKALD
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HALLOWE'EN SPIRIT WILL DOMINATE ALL
EL PASO SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF NEXT WEEK
THi Hallowe'en spirit will pervade
eiery social affair Riven this
week, from the simplest party to
. iiinual Halloween dance of the El
,v,, rountrv dab, which Is the gay
rM and jolliest event of each autumn
H i, the week of Jack o' Lanterns, of
i' aches blark cats, owls and bats for
.!..ora ions, and of orange and black
mminatins eyery other color. It is the
iek of the fantastic, the picturesque
nd the gay in every party. Even the
ii "t t.iid and sedite folks get the
II lloiM-en spirit of frivolity and do
-I i ising things and at the Hallowe'en
n t of the i"ountr. club one big sur-
1 im after another is expected by the
. n Ners. for it has been promised by
' e ' rit entei tainment committee and
r. in the standard of their work set by
. pirt last eir the pleasurable an
i Kt ition is at its keenest.
Umot everi party next week will be
a Hallowe'en affair. The Young
omen s Chri-tian association mem
I rr will have their annual Hallowe'en
pirl next fcaturUtv night at the
b ii dine home of th. association, and
i) rening of old fashioned games and
stunts is promised by the committee in
HAS visited us several
times the last few days
and left us a fine line of
Hand Painted China, Cas
seroles, Pictures, Glass
ware, Art Pottery things
that add to the home beau
tiful and that the whole
family may enjoy. A gift
that all may share is the
one most acceptable to the
house wife.
We arc receiving new
every week and our holiday trade
has already begun. -
Shop early, avoid the rash and
get the roost desirable things for the
price you with to pay.
1 02 N. Stanton
EL PASO THE PASS
E PASS
tieeviFs
If You Want
BEST DUTCH LUNCHES,
BUDWEISER AND LEMP'S
STANDARD
N. Stanton Phoae 105
Call 1544
For Wood, Coal, Hay, Grain
and Poultry Supplies
Rio Grande Fuel and
feed Company
3S0 S. St. Vrnin.
Phone 1G44.
D. ft. CHOSS. Prop.
China, Crockery, Glassware
The China Palace Go.
112 San Antonio St
Jfrft Santa
(XJ Clans
THERE SHOULD BE A
VICTROLA
IN EVERY HOME
W. &. WALZ COMPAM?
COAL WOOD
AND KINDLING.
HEID BROTHERS
Phone 35 and 36.
Corner Texas and Dnllan St.
r.V YOl R NEXT SVIT
Onr ui at SI3 are regular ?20
yaltieN.
VICTOR HAT & CLOTHING CO.
rcfr Mesa A, n Vnftrclo.
I SAVE $3.00 1
charge Miss Louise Welch will give
a Hallowe'en dance at her home on
Montana street for her school friends
next Saturday night. Mrs. Jack Taylor
and Mrs Edgar W Ferguson will give
a Hallowe'en bridge party Saturday af
ternoon at their home on West Rio
Grande street. On Hallowe'en night,
the Bos" and Girls' club of Temple Mt
Sinai will give a Hallowe'en party at
the home of rabbi and Mrs. Martin
Zielonka.
For Friday night tie Bohemian olHb
will give a Hallowe en dance at the
home of Francis Broaddus on Kast
Boulevard. Miss Viva Driskell and
Miss Helen Stimmell will give a Hal
lowe'en dance next Fridaj night at the
home of Miss Stimmell, in Government
hill The drill team pf the Willow
Groie. Woodmen Circle, will give a Hal
lowe'en dance Friday night -at the Tol
tec club.
Mrs. M. E. Bates will entertain the
Friday SOS club Friday afternoon. Mrs.
U A. Sherman will be the hostess for
the meeting of St. Patrick's altar guild
on Friday afternoon. The G. O & Bible
class of the First Methodist church is
planning for the presentation of two
amusing playlets for a Hallowe'en cel
ebration on Friday night. Thursday
the Harmony chapter of the Order of
the Eastern Star will celebrate Hal
lowe'en with an afternoon bridge party
and an evening "500 and bunco party"
at the home of Mrs. T A. Thurston on'
Roosevelt street. Thursday night a
very jolly Hallowe'en iarty is to be
given by Misses Edn- Mathias. Hedwig
Mathias. Selma Ziegler, Ethel Levy
and Louise BIu men thai in the rooms of
the Progress club. Every sort of stunt,
attached by tradition to the Hallowe'en
season, will be played instead of the
usual dancing as the entertainment.
The West Ysleta Country club will
have its Hallowe'en dance Thursday
night in the attractive club building
down the valley. Mrs. I. D. Walters
will entertain the Thursday Social club
hi the afternoon Mrs. A. J. Fraser will
be the hostess of Te Goode Tyme Bridge
club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. B.
Alves will entertain the members of
the Daughters of the Empire club on
Thursday afternoon at her home in
Hawthorne place. Mrs. Frank White
lock will entertain We Ebell club
Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday
night there will be the usual dance of
the Country club, with the adltional
pleasant feature of music by the Eighth
cat airy band.
Miss Virginia Stewart, who will be a
December bride, will be the guest of
honor at an informal bridge party,
given Tuesday afternoon by' Miss
Walker McClellan Miss Leona, Hut
tanus, who will be a bride early in
November, will be the guest of honor
at a party to be given by Miss Ola
Darr on Tuesday Mrs. William Mc
Sain will be the hostess for the Jolly
Eight club Tuesday tternoon. Mrs.
S- H. Worrell will give a bridge party
at the Country club Tuesday afternoon.
The Pythian Sisters will have a Hal
lowe'en peanut roll on Monday night
in Xheir lodge rooms in the Knights of
Pythias halL Those interested in
women's organizations will be inter
ested in the meeting of the El Paso
Equal Franchise league, which will be
held" Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the chamber of commerce. The
board of directors of this league will
hold a called meeting Monday after
noon at 3 Is o'clock in the chamber
of commerce.
Jewels and their settings will be
discussed by the art department of
the Woman's dub at its first meeting
for this season, to be held Wednesday
afternoon in the auditorium of the
Fiat Christian church. The program
promises to be one of exceptional in
terest. This department will have as
its study course for the year the dis
cussion of a wide variety .of subjects,
ranging from Jewelry to aesthetic
dancing.
From the outlook the, week will be
the roost lively of the season so far.
Dances.
The Bowman guards, the drill team
of Willow Grove, Woodmen Circle. No
84, will give its first annual ball on
me nigm oi noay, October 19. at th
Toltec club.
e dance of the Rahomisn ,
which was to have been held Friday
uisui &i idc nome oi brands Broad
dus, has been postponed until PVirtv
Oct. 29. on account of the high school
football parade which was held Friday
U1KI1U
Through the courtesy of CoL C. W.
Taj lor, commander of the Eighth cav
alrv, and Capt W. F. H. Godson, ad
jutant, the orchestra of the Eighth
cat airy band will play the dance mu
sic for the mid-week dances of the
Country club The orchestra wiH
plaj every other week. Next Wednes
day night will be the first time the
Eighth cavalry orchestra will play.
Many former students of the Uni-
'"'" i lexas win oe interested to
hear of a dance given bv the Sigma
Ohi fraternity in Austin last Monrfa
Several members of the fraternity are
from this citj The dance was given
in the new house which wis built this
summer by the alumni. The dance hall
was attractively decorated with the
fraternity colors. blue and gold.
American beauty roses were placed in
various parts of the halL Members of
the fraternity now in the university
from El Paso are- Luckett Cochran,
Joe Worsham and Earl Weisiger.
Alumni of the fraternity in this city
are Thomas C Woolen. DeWitt
Smith, Carl McL. Rogers, Allen H.
Rodes. William C. MeCown. Peyton F.
Edwards, Herbert O Darnall and Louis
Robertson.
! Weddings.
I The marriage of Miss Edna Frances
' Harry and William Dowser will occur
Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock in the
First Methodist Episcopal church. Rev.
Herman G. Porter will perform the
ceremony, which will be a very infor
mal affair Following- the service, an
informal dinner will be enjoyed at the
home of the bride's parents. Mr and
i Mrs. J C Harry, on Tremont street.
jjim II II Ill II III II IIHTTIIIIIIIIIIIH HI !!
No Akin N PtepSiate
Cards.
The Friday Bridge club was enter
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. F. K.
Hunter, at her home on Mesa avenue.
Mrs. Charles Davis won the high score
prize and Mrs. John I Dyer the second
prize. Mrs. B. L. Farrar will be the
next hostess of the club at her home
on Montana street. Only- the club
members Mere present.
The Half and Hah club was enter
tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. H. N.
Chaney, at her home on Fort Boule
vard. Mrs. R. B. Rawlins won the
high score prize and the second prize
went to Mrs. D. a Sutton. Mrs. H. B.
Gilbert will entertain the club next
week, at her home on Fort Boulevard.
The guests in addition to the club
members were Mesdames C M. Gibson
and IL C. Wingo
The Silk Stocking Bridge club will
resume its weekly meetings next week.
Mrs. Walter E. Arnold will entertain
the club Tuesday afternoon at her home
on Hawthorne Place. The members of
the club here Mesdames Walter E Ar
gold. James Vance. Will K Ramsej.
Harry Lackland. Dexter MapeL Em
mett liines. Frank M Murchison.
i Charles X. Bassett Arthur L McKnight
cnaries Loomis. Misses Olive Day is and
Wanda Race
A delightful bridge party was given
Friday afternoon by Mrs. Otis L. Jlc
Intyre, at her home, 1201 Kast Nevada
street. American Beauty roses, com
bined with pink and yellow tea roses,
decorated the living room and halls.
In the dining room the Hallowe'en
idea was the decorative motif A big
pumpkin shell bowl filled with Golden
Glow blossoms, formed the center
pieces. Yellow candles In crystal stick
were about the table. In nlaving bridge
I Mrs. Ed. W. White won the high score
prize. Mrs. T. F Kimbell received the
second prize. The consolation prize
was won by Mrs. C H. Holloway fter
the games, refreshments were served
in the dining room. Mrs. Royal Jack
man poured the cider and Mrs M S.
Graves poured the coffee. Mrs. W. C
Raum assisted the hostess in serving.
Among the guests present were Mes
dames W. C. Raum. T. F. Kimbell. C.
H. Holloway, F W. Bauer. R. C.
Walshe. Ed. W. White, W. J. Freeman.
D. L. Ray. Frank W. Seward, W. E.
O'Brien. A. S. Howren, Guy Richerson.
M. S. Graves. Irving McNeil. Amy S.
Yale, C. L. Goakes. G. M. Marchant
Misses Vera DeWitt Kate Krause and
Blanche Bailey.
w -is
Out Of Town Visitors.
' Capt J If. Rogers. V. S. marshal,
will return to his home in San An
tonio tonight.
F. A. Lottus, a Texas university
graduate. has come to El Paso from
Austin to enjrage In the practice of law
in partnership with David E. Mulcahi.
Miss Adaline Slater and Miss Eva
Van De Houten, of Chicago, are the
guests of Mrs. H. D. Hannah, I90S Ari
zona street. They will .be here for
about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lack, of Torreon,
Mex.. who have been spending the sum
mer in Cloudcroft returned to El Paso
Friday night. They will leave Monday
for San Antonio, Tex.
Judge and Mrs. Thomas S. Maxey
will leave tonight for Del Rio. Tex.,
where Judge Maxey will hold vurt
While In El Paso judge and Mrs.
Maxey have been the guests of
and Mrs. S. T. Turner
Mies Dorothy Wharton. Miss
Stuart. Miss Celia Marvin and JRi
Lureen Hulbert students of theNew
Mexico A. and M. college at .Mesilla
Park, are expected to arrive in El
Paso today to attend the football game
between Jbe college and the El Paso
High school.
Mrs. J. T Snelus. wife of the road
master of the G II. at Valentine, was
operated on in Hotel Dieu yesterday,
and is doing nicely today. She was ac
companied to El Paso by Mr. Snelus,
who has just returned from Denver,
where he attended the International
Farm congress as one of the delegates
from Texas, named by Gov Ferguson.
w. H. Tuttie ana .Mrs. w. . union
re entertaining a week end house
tvrty at their home near the Country
cliiK Their guests are from Mesilla
ParkNhere to attend the football game
between the college at Mesilla Park
and the football team of the Bi Paso
High school. The guests are Mrs.
Grace Day, Miss Ruth Day, Miss May
Rickerson and Will Tuttie.
s
El Pasoans Reluming.
Mrs. W. S Tilton returned Friday
from Cloudcroft, where she spent the
season in her summer cottage
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott Frickleton
have returned to El Paso from Los
Angeles, Calif They are at the home
of juts. W. M. Cooper, 601 Mesa avenu
r. and Mrs. IT- S Stewart and Mr
and Mrs. W. W Turney, who ,have
teen on a camping trip oi several
weeks near Alpine. Tex., are expected
to return home the first of the com
ing week.
Mrs. S. Blumenthal is expected to re
turn to El Paso about the first of No
vember from Los Angeles, where she
has been with her mother. Mrs. Louise
Ullman, who was quite ill. Mrs. Ullman
is very much improved in health.
Homer Davis, a student of the New
Mexico Agricultural and Mechanical
college at Mesilla Park, arrived this
morning to spend the week end visit
ing his parents, Mr and Mrs. M. B.
Davis, at 901 Bast Rio Grande
street and attend the football same be
tween the High school and the New
Mexico A. & M. college.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stiles and their
little daughter. Miss Imogene Stiles,
returned Thursday from Europe, where
they have been for the past four years.
They are yisltlng Mrs. Stiles' s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Robertson, on Up
son avenue. Mr Stiles has been con
nected with the Pearson syndicate in-,
terests as an engineer and has spent
most of the past four years in Spain,
with octa8ional isits to London
Parlies.
Kl
Paso Rewew No. 42. of the
Ladies of the Maccabees of the World.
will hae a Hallowe'en party on Satur
day night, for the members and their
friiuh th Vtilvht, nf rvt.ie tial!
A Halloween nartv will be given
. . -1
nnl Satnrda vMiiire- lw the vnnne I
women of the Missionary circle of the
First Christian church at the home of
Mrs. Willis R. Smith, on Williams
street.
. 1, II.JIu. .tlt AH.AV.aln I.,
honor of Mrs Thornton Hardie. with an
iiMIah Kltrn tuiFt hof hMM AD
auction bridge nartv at her home on
Noble street, on the afternoon of next
Saturday.
Miss Luetlah Stansel and Miss Tier
nice Boyle will entertain with a Hal
lowe'en party next Saturday evening
at the home of Miss Boyle's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Boyle, on Olive
street.
A successful social was given Friday
night by the Highland Park Re
lief society at the home of iwrs. I. C.
Ruby, on Indiana street. The rooms
were decorated with Hallowe'en sym
bols of witches, black cats, owls. bats,
etc, and Hallowe'en guessing games
and fortunes were tlie amusement fea
tures. Refreshments were served dur
ing the etening. Assisting the hotsess
were Mesdames W F. Davidson, George
Sharp and Jack Burton. There were
about 20 Tiresent.
Mrs. M H. Fliey gave a delightful j
Bunco party xnursoay arternoon ai ner
home. S01 North Virginia street, in
honor of her mother. Mrs. M. B. O'Neil. j
or BiocKion. la., wno is ner gmmin
and whie chrysanthemums were used
me decoration oi tne rooms. -ns.
T
B. Johnson won the first prize and
s. M B O'Neil -won the second. The
isolation prize -went to Mrs: J. R.
Mrs.
ennsolat
Hememan An ice course was served
by the hostess when the games were
over The aruests were: Mesdames M.
B. O'Neil. J R. Helneman. T. B. John- i
Henry Buchoz. Wyatt Cutler. J. C. Be
velle. J. M. Barnes, Harley Klefer. W.
H Wooldridge. Misses Louise McKin
ney and Hazel Johnson.
The members and friends of the First
Baptist church held a successful get
together meeting Friday night in the
Ah...u.l. ...b.1.. AJa, .Ran SA nMHllft
vuuivii fai iwi jtviv ..w.. !.. r
were present. The Hallowe'en decora- 1
tions through the rooms were most
artistic Yellow flowers, Jock o'lan
terns and Hallowe'en symbo's were all
about the rooms. On a table In the
center of the room was a large yellow
an b'ack horn of plenty, from which
were falling fruits of all kinds. Can
dles were about the table. An enter
taining program was given. Charles
Andrews sang several solos. Mrs. J. JS.
Fincher gae a reading. Mrs. R. V
Pearson sang several selections. Miss
Zoe Ratliff played a piano solo. Mrs. L.
O Hines gaie a reading Mrs Frank
M. Lynch sang The refreshments car
ried out the Hallowe'en idea. :
A Hallowe'en party was enjoyed by
the members of the Sunday school class
taught by Mrs. C- H. Appleton in the
First Methodist Episcopal church, and
the junior members of the Queen Esther
circle. Friday night at the home of
Mrs. E. E. Nolo, on Boulevard. The
rooms were attractively decorated with
Hallowe'en Jack o'ianterns and Hallo
we'en symbols of black cats. etc. The
girls came costumed in fantastic style
and Hallowe'en games were enjoyed.
HKht refreshments were served. The
hostess was assisted by Mrs. C. H. Ap
pleton. Mrs. W H. Pickets, Mrs. Albion
A. Jones and Miss Elisabeth Fry. The
girls present were Misses Florence Hy
ten. Myrtle Nold. Fay Ross, Ethel Neal,
Rachel Boynton. Reba Light Ruth
Pickels. Elizabeth Foote. Ivy xoang.
Edith Wheeler. Bessie Mattlce aqu
uline Eck
X.. X
Mrs O J Allen entertained Friday
aayx ?cln:
22W
afternoon at her home on Hueco street
with a surprise party And linen aad
kitchen shower, in honor of Mrs. A.
R. Whitfield, who was a September
ide Quantities of white cnrysanuie-
ms decorated the rooms attractively
and a large bouquet of the pretty iiow
ers was nresented to each guest The
guests hemmed tea towels during the
afternoon and these were presented to
the guest of honor. The shower gifts
were presented to the bride in1 a unique
wav A letter from a ghost bade her
hunt for a hidden treasure, and, after
following the directions, she discovered
the little son of the hostess. O. J. Allen,
jr . disguised as a little ghost carrying
a large basket of gifts. Among these
w as a luncheon set of 10 pieces of linen,
with crocheted edges. An ice course
was enjoyed. The hostess was assisted
in serving by Mra H. D. Ashley Among
the guests were Mesdames A. R. Whit
field. J H Allen. H. D. Ashley. R. E.
Crawrord. J. J Jones. Howard Wells.
H. Robinson. W R. Scott W. W. Sut
ler, G B. Richmond. J. Peterson. W. A.
Loper. John Huffman. A B. Grube and
G. H. Chambers.
!
Women's Organization:.
An important business meeting of
,. tk... w t .K.n.. r the
the Robert E. Lee chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
will be li-M the afternoon of govern- 1
her 4. in the Sunday school rooms of
vjhe Trinit; Methodist church.
Mrs J. C. Ballard will be the speaker
atVhe Vesper service of the Young
WoJyen's Christian association, which
will held Sunday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Rue Jackson, on Mesa
avenue The seryice will begin at
o'clock Mrs. Ballard will talk on
noted hmns and their authors. Mrs.
A. A Lawler will sing.
Mrs R. L. Daniel is in charge ef the
program for the meeting of the mis
sionary society of Trinity Methodist
church. Mrs. W R. McKenna. is as
sisting Mrs Daniel The program will
.iiiK Jin usiiin xne fiuKtBia w,
be an echo meeting of the conference!
at Maria tor reports oi tne proceeoings
will be the chief feature of the meet
ing The meeting will open with a
concert reading of the IJrd Psalm.
Mrs. D. M Smith wilt offer the prayer.
Miss Anne Lee Rix will sing. Mrs.
J C. Ballard will gie a short story.
A report of the conference will be giv
en bj the delegate. Mrs. G. L. Jones,
and Mrs. I J Ayers. Mrs. Empress
Arrington. Miss Alice Carre and Mrs.
H M Smith, who atteided the con
ference will jrive talks about the con
ference work Mrs L. J. Trotti will
meet the members at the door.
The first meeting of the art depart
ment of the Woman"s club wilt be held
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock In
the auditorium of the First Christian
church. This department has planned
a miscellaneous program for the com
ing year, but one which follows the
policy of the general club work as
planned by the president Mrs. S H
Sutherland. The subjects are choser
from among the home interests and
the arts dearest to a woman's heart
Though the program is miscellaneous
It follows a continuity of thought
suggested by the subject for the first
day, "Jewels and Their Settings"
Smbolizing woman as the jewel, the
topics for the rest of the year are the '
settings which so largely tend to fill
woman's artistic life. '
At the program for Wednesda af
ternoon meeting, Mrs H. A. Lay will I
give the current events in art Mrs.
Frank Hughes will talk on ecclesias- i
tical Jewelry. Mrs. Frank Seward will
discuss the modern handicraft of -jew
elry. Miss Belle White will sing the
"Jewel Song" from Gounod's opera.
"Faust." Miss Margaret Young will
be her accompanist Following each
program of the art department for the
year, there will be an exhibit of the
craft under discussion. Mrs. A. J
Fraser will be in charge of the ex
hibit of jewelry to be shown -Wednesday
afternoon in connection with the
program Posters drawn by different
members of the depirtment will be
hung In prominent places at all meet
ings of the club These posters will
annouiue the coming progrim for the
art department The posteV .m
oounoinfr the jewel dlpii was drawn
riv Mr, rrank Seward, vi rh-iirinau
Of V .-1 ii. p trtinent
About El Pasoans.
J, , "he,r new home at 41 Grand
Dr and Mrs. -"
i movea to um .iv,.
' view atcnue, Golden Hill.
Mrs. Charles DeGroff is yery erious-
I ' '" " . Arwa several operations.
ly .11 in a Chicago """,.-'",! ""
i ., 1 Mr Richard W. NSWtOU
have' removed from 811 Arna street
i unartment M, in ine n riuit k. .-
l" aparuncui .
"" Mrt R. D Robinson, of 1008 North
r.iTn treet has movS to one of
,he Bnw SSr'niU at 1 North Ore
gon street.
i jlf iicjrnl
ifMUOlWM..
Miss Greta Palmer is planning i
give M organ recital the first of the
mlnth In the First Presbyterian
.krii she will oe mi "
Thomas A. Christian, singer, and Da
vid Holguin. yiolinlst
EVERY WOMAN
IN EL PASO
HAS A KICK COMING
In this day of fast living and money
grabbing it seems to be the rule in bl
Paso as well as elsewhere to receive
pay and give as nine m ii.uh "".
sible. .However, the women of this city
are becoming educated t- the fact that .
they don't have to be humbugged any
longer. Aie you getting 100 cents
worth of service -for ev -v dollar ex-
penued?
Stop your laundry worries. Let our
little friends Spick and Span of the j
Elite take charge of your laundry and i
you'll always receive the most conrteoui
silence work. Their few mistakes are
f ulcK. ani satisfactorily rectified by
j phonng Mr Geo. W. Mitchell or Mr. W.
treatment, qulcKcc en-c ami iinr r--
Edgar -
-Ad vertisement
The Shooting of Dan McGrew. a story
of the great northwest founded on the
eternal triangle a keen red-blooded
story, full of intense interest from
cover to cover. 00c. El Paso Book
Co, Mills Bldg "It's Handy." Vdv.
Why Notr
Use the Xavajo Hug for your halL
nrarh'N rt Miop.
City National Bank Bldg. Adv.
Mrhelcs IL, lmperr of flunftla.
was born at St Petersburg on the 18th
of May, 1S8. the son of Alexander III.
and of Dagmar. Princess of Denmark
and sister of the Dowager Queen of
England.
Nicholas received the thorough edu
cation of a Russian Grand Duke, and
this necessarilj included some training
ui military affairs and in soldierly
dualities: but his personal tastes did
not lead hi" to pursue studies in this.)
direction. Indeed, while sharing tne
interests of highly cultivated gentle
men, it has been recorded of him, that
he is never happier than when engaged
in the refined pleasures of the family
circle.
Nicholas succeeded his father as Em- 1
peror of Russia on the Jst of Novem-
ber. 1894 Later in the same month. .
on the 2th. he was married to Princess I
Alix of Hesse, a granddaughter of j
rtnAAn vt,tArl9 tliiifi trnrthininr his
connection with the English Royal
family. Nicholas and George V., sons
of Royal sisters of Denmark, are well
known to strongly resemble each other.
Eighteen months after his accession to
the throne the coronation of Nicholas
II and his Empress was conducted in i
Moscow with great pomp and cere-'
mony. i
On August 80. 189T. ."icholas granted
an Imperial Warrant to Steinway and
Sons. i
"- - r ' "--- " 'S.rr3
1 " J-4f m;ws aaa am saw -.
vicinity for the Steinway Planes and .
teinway Pianola, pianos, 2 tsotun i
Texas street Advertisement
.
Whr Notf
A lovely hand embroidered Japanese:
silk kimono should be included In the
brfde's trousseau A variety of dainty
designs at
rteneh'M Art Shon.
City National Bank Bldg. Adr I
A Midday Trrat
The popularity of our Fountain In
the Mills Building Is Increasing daily.
In addition to appetizing hot Drinks
we are now serving Sandwiches. These
Sandwiches are made from the best in
gredients possible and one of them
with either a hot or cold drink will
make the inner man feel about right
Get into the habit of taking a lfght
lunch at the Fountain.
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EL PASO, TEXAS
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Dinners, Luncheons. Teas.
Hugo Eichwald was the host at an
infarmal dinner, giien Friday night at
Hotel Sheldon. His guests were Misses J
Hedwig Mathias. Kan a jiatnias. lxraise
Blumenthal. Ethel Levy. Messrs. Leo
Kohlberg. Louis Rosenberg and Mau-
kIaa. Gib as,
Miss Virginia Stewart ' and Lieut J
James I Collins, whose wedding will j
occur in December, will be the guests ,
of honor at a dinner to be given to
night by Lieut Edwin N. Hardy, of the
eighth cavalry, at the Country club.
The guests will attend the dance after-
i ward.
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hundred of new telephone calls nave
made it necessary to install an aaoi
fional telephone number dt which is
its The reason for this expansion I
movement and additional telephone is
attributed to the activity of Spick and
Spin the busy worl rs of The Elite
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Gold Crowns 75.0O
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