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Thursday, Nov. 11. 1915.
EL PASO HERAIJO y MISS ELIZABETH GARRETT SINGS "FAIR NEW MEXICO9' FOR CLUB WOMEN THE state song of New Mexico, "Fair New Mexico," was sung by its composer. Miss Elizabeth Gar rett at the meeting of the music de- behalf of the local chapter of the IHtUBhters of the American Revolution, that all people having chrysanthemums in their gardens, who wished to con tribute them for the Liberty Bell l.artment of the Woman's-club. Wednes- decorations, would bring the nowers to darTfternoon Tin the auditorium of the the station Tuesday morning, between First Christian church. It is one of the the hours of S and oclock. sonslhatMtas Garrett sang with much Mrs. Frank Seward, of the art de- ?u"?eVs in SanPiego. while she was one partment. announced that the art de- r ihV hostesses in the New Mexico partment was hoping to have an - ?,ld,nKot the Panama-California ex- hibition of the paintings ofc Allen True juiioing 01 mc muii of Dener some time during December. mi B.ntt also -wing "La Golon- Mrs. W. L Crockett announced the .inn." hv rradea which is one of ! production this week of the "Lady of !hi nJ?f of Siictfs onCT Lyons." at the Crawford theater for The urogram of tcmTdepartment the benefit of the Kl.raso Rescue Home. WedneSdasas directed b, Mrs. H. H. Miss Grace Virginia Logan, chairman SXFlXS. VarTonatlonk-Sung Tn ntribut.on of'good bsrta i.nt..m The oneninE numbers were two piano selections, oromptus." by Schubert "Four Im and "Taren- telle " by "Moskowski." played by little Mils -Minnie uernsiem. wra .v ,... who exhibited a remarkable degree or abilitr In the performance. Miss W inl fred Woods pla-.edChopin's ' Waltz in A flat." on the piano Mrs. Will T. Owens, wearing a red and Kreen Plaid 01en garr cap and a plaid waist of the same colors, sang two Scotch melodies. Within a Mile of Edinboro Town, by Hook, and "Coming Thro ine Ke. Hbrarv at the counts hospital. It is de sired by the club to Instal the library before Thanksgiving in the county hos pital, and those having books to con tribute are asked to give them to Miss Logan, Mrs. L. L Mundy, Mrs. Charles B- Stevens, or Mrs. Gertrude Ledbetter. Mrs. S. H. Sutherland announced that application blanks for membership might be obtained at each meeting from herself. Mrs. A. W. Foster. Mrs. V. E. Raggio or Mrs J. E. Townsend. sr. Mrs. Will T. Owen reminded the members of the annual original evening Dances. The usual dance will be given tonight at the West Ysleta Country club. A group of young people enjoy i dance at the Kest Awhile Wedi night. Mrs. Ella Ott was the rone. The party was tompos Misses Julia Bigelow. Edna Long. Mr. and Mrs. McNary Hosts To Two Young Brides To Be M' R. AND MRS. J AMI'S GRAHAM McNARY gave a beautifully ap pointed dinner In the private dinln room of Hotel Paso del Norte Wednesday night, in honor of Miss Virginia ..Stewart and Miss Mary TPur- ney Nations, wno are soon u kto brides. The room was m'ost artistical ly arranged with quantities of pink roses and southern smilax. n. vn.to w.v MfltMl nnlv on three Buchanan. Maggie Mercer, Arming ajjM 0f the table and the serving was fr-r Vfcv Carter. Marv Tincher. Vlo- In the old Roman style. 7t (-,:. vl. Chenoweth. Evelvn ' A net work of southern smilax cov- I i Tooley, Mrs. Josephine Nations Morfit. I.ieut- James L. Collins. J. Mason Pol lard. Ernest sauer, r.rnesi JJies. i,nas. Daugherty. OzK-tte Stevens, Agnes Templeton. Dolly Evans. Beulah Wright. Mabel Moody and A. Daniels. Messrs. Jack Knight. David i.ughes, James Biggs. Joe Hole. Clifford Chenoweth. Lowdon Wingo. Everett Long. William itnnver. Bruce Wright. Homer Waller, .Tlmmie Alves. Bartow Morris, II. M. A Brandbers. Tom Mayfield. Ted Davis, j James Curtis. Maj. F. A. Wilcox. Lieut. , Herbert Hayden and Lieut. E. N. ' After the dinner the guests motored to the Country club for the mid-week t dame. ' . ' Mrs. H. B. Gilbert entertained the I Wednesday Lunchon Bncge club at her I home near tJie uouniry ciud. ine color plan of the luncheon was red and white. n playing nriune. a. n. arj iun auu aiib. uvurc . If Words Could Describe a Flavor . . J t . .1 41 A.I iMk nnf 11 1 erea me ceiuns itu si"- the- KUest prize and Mrs. ueorge c festoons to the corners of the table. .",- the member's prize. In ad ditlon to the regular memoers there were the following guests Mesdames Killarney roses and Cecil Brunner roses i were used in prolusion inrougn im room and upon the table, where they filled baskets of a variety of sizes, which were grouped about the table. Pink tulle bows ornamented the bas ket handles and quantities of tall pink t. ana T. omiiif. '"" "" .' I ,,,. ,,,, J3,mn nn Fell. 15. Mrs Adine T On en piaj to ... - i "V "-."-"- --""M-i.toV the accompaniment. Wauer uav.s - , - "-f theclub member? and "Come Back to Erfn." bv Barnard, and . ... ............. .n K h rrmnen. I Kainieen Miivui-.. - " -CTZ ' with Edin ' Knickmeyer playing his, piano accompaniment Mr Davis wore I a black costume of the 18th century veriod. Miss Emilj Kemp sang a group of Hawaiian songs, accompanying her self on the ukulele. The first two. Farewell to Thee." bv Cunha. and Thinking of Thee." by M Maul, were sung in English, and "Pau Mohala was nn in Hawaiian Mrs. J. L Foster and Thomas A. Christian sang two Tuscany songs bv Carracciolo. "A Streamlet full of Flowers." and "Nearest and Dearest Miss Greta Palmer accompanied them or. the piano Miss Palmer and Mrs. roster were dressed in peasant cos tumes, with white waists. blck bo leros, yellow skirts, and small yellow caps Mr. Christian was also dressed In the peasant stle. with yellow trousers, green bolero, black cape ana white blouse. Miss Belle White, in an Indian cos tume, with a single red feather In her hair, sang two indian songs by T. i.ieurance, "Lullaby." and "Her Blan ket Miss Margaret Young was her ac , -npanist- DaWd Holguin. violinist. ulased a group o' Cadroan's mown orgs From the land of the Sky-Blue Wnter" "The While Dawn Is Stealing. Tar Off I Hear a Lover's Flute and 'The Moon Props Low." Mrs. W. I Brovi n accompanied hipi Thomas A. Christian sang an old v,.nx melody. "I Saw Her Weep." Mrs. Brown accompanied him. and also .T.arles K Andrews, who sang a"? TCI Paso neonle. and asked all to begin composing for this event. She also an nounced that the December program would be devoted to Christmas music a Mrs. K. F. Olds entertained Circle four of the Aid society rf the First Methodist Episcopal church at her home on Wyoming street This circle was organized at this meeting with the following members: Mesdamea Charles McAlpine, Sam Price, R- F. Cole. J. Harland. J. a KHgore, Horaci A. Lay. S. T. Cross. A. H. Foote. R. F Olds, Herman G. Porter and Miss Eliza beth Slaine. Mrs. R. F. Olds was elect ed president of the circle; Mrs. Charlei McAlpine. vice president: Mrs. Sam Price, escretary. and Mrs. J. C. K.I1 gore. treasurer. Following the busi ness meeting, there was a social hour and light refreshments were enjoyed. The women's auxiliary to the Car penters's union met Wednesday after niin' in central labor hall. A short business session was held and plans I by the ajd socletA were made for a canvass to get new rnrist:an church members. Plans were also maue wf i church. a parcel post social and musical to , Mrs T c Ballard be given in central lanor iwu .- jer were the leadi vember Zi. ine ne ineeuue, ." Die's Missionar- auxiliary- willbe held Wednesday alter- MethodiSt ,hurcn noon in central labor nail. jtrs. n. - i n)eht serice Brown the president, presided. Chrj-santhen.um'! d a ' I toriura and tl.t e trcre, t-i,. iii i- loint meetinc of the I ent. Miss Lil intermediate and junior missionary h- Morrjs. Guy Mercer. B. Shuford, Henry candles. In tulle bow tied crystal sticks ulllves, juiiuo uciiiwii, .Ri uu,,.,, were aooui me .;. Frank La n sen. F. . MCAuuiie ana George Marsh. On account ol ine wina siorm mere , were very few people at the dance at the Country club Wednesday night. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. ' William Walz. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Pot- ter. Mr. and Mrs. James Graham Mc- Narv, Mr." and Mrs. W. W. Turney. Mr. and Mrs. L" S Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. W. L Tooley. Mr and Mrs. J. II. Nations, ' Col and Mrs. Joseph Garrard. Lieut, and Mrs. Frederick Barrows. Mrs. J. C. TCranse. Mrs. V. S. Foster. Mrs. Jose phine Nations Morfit. Misses Virginia Stewart. Camille Kibler. Mary Kaye Alves, Irene Lauughlln. Gladys Mc Quatters. rania Rickman. Valeria Gar rard. Walker McClellan. Elsie Crawford, Olive Davis. Emily Kemp. Estelle Ber rien. Marion Young. Illldegard Sauer, Eeulah Brown. Mao Turney Nations. CoL C. W. Taylor. Maj. F. A. Wilcox, Capt. Martin I. Crimmlns. Capt. W. F. H. Godson. Capt. E. L Napier. Lieut James L. Collins. Lieut W. J. -East Lieut Theodore Barnes. Lieut Herbert Hayden. Ljeut Edwin N. Hardy. Messrs. , John ""Porter Pryor. Jr., James Curtis, i Ted Davis. Ernest Myles. Ernest Sauer. Tom Mayfield, Maon 1-onani. inaries A. Brandbert and others. HIUHIUK fusa.v .wouAuica . A. It Kn, B. F. Jenness, i.-. unaney ; and J. W. Allbnght . i Mrs. J- F. Williams will entertain on Wednesday. Nov. 17. with a luncheon at her home on West Rio Grande street in honor of Miss Mary Turney Nations. A nleasine feature of the table deco- , who will be married to Mason PoHard rations were the baskets of confections. on Nov. z. Mrs. Williams will enter exquisitely made of spun sugar, oena- tj,, on November 21 with a party in mented with pink roses. aoves aim honor or miss Virginia o"n, wtooc cunids The ice course was served in . marriage to Lieut James L. Collins similar baskets. Cupids were the. place i will occur Dec. 1. cards. The guests included Misses Virginia Stewart Mary Turney Nations. 'Hilde gard Saner, Emily Kemp. Estelle Ber rien. Walker McClellan, Marion Young. Olive Davis. Klsi,. Crawford. Beulah Brown. Mr :ind Mrs. LT S Stewart. Mr. and Mrs J H Natiofts. Mr. and Mrs. W Turnej. Mr. and Mrs AY L Mrs. Richard Caples will entertain St Patrick's altar go lid members and their friends with a tea at her home on North Santa Fe Frida-y afternoon. Mr and Mrs. T J. Yoe entertained af I dinner at their home Wednesday, in ' honor of judge Ed. R. Kone. of Austin. ffi BAKEBY ST 1 281 ON HDNBR B!G TOUR WENTi ROLLflFSGHQTJL Lodges and Clubs. -The District sc .'-.... aii.J" h.- rarev. written about ! 1..!. .r rnnt -vrcithadist rmurch Sun 1715 which 'represented the English IA.-aftern0on at 3:M oclodc. This will ... a - vaar ...Ih aa fln aA songs. MISS ueorsma ". .w ---as a sypsy. in a red doak. brown skirt and white waist sang "Roses in the larden Knowing." and "Haggle Taggle Gypsies. Oh." repxesenting the Hun garian folk songs. The final number. "Harvest of the ea.- an old Manx fishermen's evening "hvmn. was sung by a quartet composed .. ,.. -R.lnh Wilson. Mrs. A. H. Gold stein. Charles Andrews and Thomas A- t Lnrislian. Miss Greta l-aimer was ai tiie piano. Before the hymn was sung Mr Christian explained trie custom i -.-.-.I th. liinr rrkhlnEr shins, of ot- Vering a thanksgiving prayer before the i ships anchored on tneir return irem lushing expedition. .... i Preceding the program, a brief busi- ess ni'etn g of the department was held, with Mrs. W. T Owen, the chair man, presiding. Miss Ella Peck read the secretary's minutes. Miss Rose Good man gate the treasurer's report Mrs. J. W. LorenUen requested, on ture lesson the prayer Tharaaafrl i:evt TOijj. r-lia?Baiu Betty Mart S aiKl a: Watchman. TellTJs of sung antiphontl bv Jt ry. Vernor Cui a! .-r" Vera Balkird. Me.'1; Lander. J A. Snitlv r IL lthoces i npr i read bj Miss Ro' P Collier and Miss be the lat program or tne ween oi prayer and the topic will be the work among tne oneouws ---. coast' Jt Mrs. A. C. Harris will entertain the woman's guild of the St Paul's LUi-u-n .i,ttnii Frfdftv afternoon at 2:30 oA.i -.- -- -v...,. uom o'clock in the pariors oi f"r,,""' ":" i address on Jnp on the corner or Ange ana ji Henderson Ti.e streets. After tne nusiness mceuub -j. . jjU!e ci,;lriotre the sulldxthere will be a social hair Crawforrt H-lei hour. 1 Damelson T'te . . .. ' arv society for F Mrs. John T. Roe will enierwiu " heId . the r il general aid society of the First -wei.n- Empres3 Arrjnrt: Sdist Episcopal church Friday s eS the afternooi. fl at z-45 oclock at her home, 1930 Grant , wi, coriauct .j , avenue. There will e ' ' .. . I meeting wn cis The house wiie s uauj iiiwwuj ., "What shall I give them to eat?" An swer: Sulzberger's Majestic Ham and Bacon. Adv. Tomorrow Is My Sixth Anniversary in the Cafeteria Business And I Am Going To Sertie a Big ROAST TURKEY DINNER From II A.M. to 2 P.M. TVre will be manv other Rood things to eat I buy nothing but the best quakty and lie kitchen is under my personal supervision from opening to closing tune. DON'T FAIL TO COME TOMORROW. Mrs. Clark's Cafeteria 307 Mills St. "DIFFERENT FROM THEM ALL" Out of n T.- TT- P. VA n who has beeiv.fi! the guest oMhiiW-. T. Bowie. f ,1 Mrs. C. L. Fouu.o who has been, riytt time, has reccrir leave the hospfti' Zenrw vnlllicv ments. Ty Trrk president of the Mexico, win sp dlst EDisconal S oclock. in the' My Chum" week -i i kT4 I lUBfiJjffmHjMl iven i FTTUtf t3Eet fn Hie ! WwIfTlBgK&Tf cm ciaeo-MSSifPdtHl"- "rXLtty tSfc-vek c &' MbAteii jB - . aout iiBBBr- ' Jr,ffffmj a taMk .BBBBBBBBBHBr tJBB v'IIHBR9IIHr IIC'BBflBiHBBK &9 bbbbbbbSbbbbB VHI IBubbbbbbbK ' 5. BHv Sac HBWrv ; ' r -r. in: v Quartermaster Corps to Set TJp Bakeshop and Make Bread; Also Hospital. Alta Vista Girls in Seventh Grade Make a Perfect Attendance Eecord. Save the coupon on Velva labels tmd send for premtum cataloz. wftl You'd lose no time in trying Velva that good old-fashioned syrup that everybody likes so well. Madam, you can't buy better syrup than Velva. It has an old-time flavor and taste that simply defy 'description. Your first can will prove that we're right. Velva is the finest for eating with biscuit, hot cakes and griddlecakes. There's a great big treat in store for you and the children in a can of Velva. Try this good syrup today. 10 cents and up at your grocer's. PENICK & FORD, Ltd. MSW ORLBAASs LA. MKMPHIS. TE... NKW YORK. Chester Reynolds Lupita Hill Leonidna Una Phoebe Lanchlla . ... B " I .!. III. I - An army field bakery will be in full I -y. x.tloo during the first two months of i- EtcMh Grade. operation in Wasnington park as a fea- ' the srhool yr These honor pupils were j From the loo elgbth trade the following .r.. r th. military tournament wnicn i -" - - . .-'.--- -- c. were nr vf- . - qunr of scnool ana inrir nmn . m John Blair entered on the honor roll or tne school tne Harh'Cobb Jo Kidwell unit k K.lit Knvpnb' r li and IK ronnn-tion with the Liberty Bell cele bration Tlie bakerv will be erected in the park -twe.n the main entrance and the thletic field entr.-nco .(nd eer- one mt rested will ha e tne opportn- the first Lnd their names have been he honor roil of the school. The cirls of the low seventh grade made a per fect record by beins neither tardy nor ab sent durlnr the two months. Low Hot evade. The bonor pupils in tbe low first grade are: ! Norberto Alspnrn iit the baker and see now the r i liakrs make bread. A ac ta -"im nt from the quartermaster s, under Capt. A. r watts, win e tnare of the bakery. The ovens 1' be in constant op ration baking l. hi-al for th ?oo soldiers that will . .. . t. .I......... .K.a .r.n I cimpeam ic p... uu. ...B .---: wmUun Gtllham "nt .In."OB"' . .. whloh Robert Laughlin erv will turn out swee. buns, which ; Joan g,,,. be sold through the crowds dur- i MbrTX g . the tournament. Knimlei ance Dillon Cole Jexse Kldwell Antonio Ruedas Rooert Smith Antonio Vera Roger Moore Theodore Andres V alter Brockmoller Field Hospital. 15 Winifred FUscerald CiEtala Garcia. Oaiibel Harper Etta May Jackson Anna Knster Anal XcKe Helen Stewart Rotb Tbonas Laorencia Aispora Aurora Atsporn Katnlen ffeard Both Lemon M-nah Splann Marian Tadlock nere -wtli ai-o re a compieie -. i ital -with Us diet kitchn. estab--d on the park jrroumls. and njem- ,,f field h'lpi-,..- company No -i le jn ch --o to re as gtiiaes ough the osp,;al and ciplain U JJ-J, Christina Brockrooller Bertha Kohl laphne Boarland iiisja i in. wn. The ohn Devotu H. rrlta Riche Kleene Lianieis John LaosbJin Fred Nanlnsky James Powell Leroy Stewart red Vlckers George Zelratn Vivian Brown Helen Cross Margaret Haaaea Isobt Lovry Mamie OKI men Alzina Orndorff Bvrtram Oiudertf Ulltan Sanders CHara ware vl.kl tn VUh baik. The hdnor pupils of the high eUrhth grade were: Anton McLellan wllltam Mo.ley Andreas Vaca Jennie Hall Effie Fletcher Sammle livesley Comfort Pattlsoa Dorothy Rogers 4 ar.ous feafar of interest. l : .4ni Eii Fletcic-- Kiiaabetn unmpnnw i w ii- 1 IaI Dirhsv Tre progra-.i in fuft for the two days "- sod Grade. k&he totirn irr.nt fellows ln the low r.isd cr-de thechildren hav- Aedeedny. 1 p. n. ' lnK perfect att-ndance are. Viu,,. Lands lth infantry aw santoni Hartsii Esther irzmsay cavalry. i Phil Ulte uiaoys rnmm i.op drill. Eighth cavalry. Manual, witn znuair siumvo infantry. tion exhibition, rourtn neiu r- ar ntrenarth compam. camp and at- . r .. .--.-- I t k. (Sixth inrantrx. loonted tut of v.ar. Kishth cavalry. BRtter drill. Fifth field artlller. V.'ar strength company drill. Sixth in- 0 l"S ? iclt. at th r" - AV'-i-'l r' 'Jj If lelt. t'ir.s o' tit ikVU te iliu. bA V . ', About ELPasoips. I Mr. and Mrtt A- E. Rowlaid hate moved into their new home at lSi; Elm . street- I Mrs. I.ee Kewman was operated upon Wednesday morning at Hotel Dieu. an 1 is getting along as well as may be ex- ; pected- I Miss Sarame Raynolds is spending the u-int(r in xv TrorK- wnere sneis con- timiinf. her musical studies and 'work. Miss Raynolds and Francis Moore are practicing together. Mr. Moore is the organist for two prominent New York city churches and is doing considerable concert work there this year. Ambulance company exhibition. Am- onlaaee company ro. 3 ana r.:gnm - airy. Thursday. p. m. u.iii 1.9 ia- ulTtfa infantrv and 9" 1I-oiirK field artitfery. .'. S f ' Battalion Dirade. Sixth Infantri irsil S'euirehauer Wllltam Poell Sammy Ri.hinwn Earl Rodehaer Charle Vante i Boel Hortman TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS TIIK INII& v.. n..kA nrjlr!v inH -Snoo FIT. . . . . vkinli l ram of reilg two-part cwiucu), ..w. .- -- -A phMni.iH M Ri(Mm Center, will I io- p-piis n the high first grade j e j ou it great show today at the Unique, aioom wmw i jw "" of a little town that vou used to know. There is Melo-leon hall, the Fountain House, the First M. E. church. th smithy and the gereral store and post office Percy Pinkham. Margaret Tate Johnny West, Constr.ble Ira Plum. Miss Selina Tubbs. Phil Pickle. Deacon Green and all the other characters yog. have known down in Bloom nteri m the old days will appear in this play. A new idea in screi comedy and you want to see it Saturday and Sundi "The Vampire, in five parts, with Olea Petrova. who starred in -The Heart of a Painted Woman.' will be the special attraction. This picture has no connection with tbe Vimpire" of "A Fool There- was. Advertisement I Annie Riddle Kathleen Sanders Mannellta Sallnos Beroice Taylor Looiae Tonne Sidney llcrlin Stuart Pender Ray Smi'h Eelyn Cru h Virginia Hailand IHsh Second Grade. The children in the honor roll from high arronu ffrade are Lester Cole the attacked. Eighth calisthenics. ; El PGsoans Away. .muiiiffrt. V DUST TVtlMS. tfo yoar trortc" AS S$ 5fe$ From linoleum you'll see Gold Dust causes the dirt to flee. The Cold Dost Ticint One reason for the great popularity of Gold Dust is its activ ity. It dissolves quickly in hot or cold water, and purifies in addition to cleaning. i Roy H. Peniwell has gone to Ele- I pliant Butte for a short business trip. Mrs. A. L. Wilton will leave Saturday for Houston. Texas, to attend the state ! florists' convention Mrs. J. G. Barada. of El Paso, is in j Eicelslor Springs. Missouri, for a few weeks at the Snapp Hotel. ! Mrs John Rullman and her daughter. ! Miss Marion Rullman. of Hutton street. feft this afternoon for wasnington. v. C. where they have been called by the illness of Mrs. Rullman's father. Troon in bivouac. cavalry. ' War strength company Sixth Infantry. Packing exhibition. Fourth field ar tillery. Signal corps wireless exhibition, field company I. signal corps. Msfchine gun platoon contest. Sixth and Kth regiments tnfantr). Spectacular drill. 1C squaa company. ltth infantry. Kattery ami. rum nera ruiic.., j tjnllc corneas Korraivrace. tiRnm cir.. "Jack curry Idge construction anu atuics, omi- George Charles tallbo Kth Infantry. . I John Harver Trebor Morns Why otf ! Karnest McKmgbt Irene Dawson Grace Kohl Ena Snoddy Milda Mailer Elolse Sllversparre Rath Fleck Heten Anderson Tac TUinl r"rade. ' The follow ins low third grade pupils made I a perfect hi tendance record: I Darby nders.m Juanlta Avitia k,. n,a-.l Lillian Davis Jamar lie Bardeleben LMcile Gorman Wm. AHtna Uoper Aadrey May Heffel- fiager Maria Montes Frauds Temple Connie Tobias Margaret Trowbridge Use the Navajo Rug In your home. Fiae selection from which to choose at Beach. Art Mtop. City National Bank Bids- Adv. Lee Mr lnloh Howard Mo-ley Robert Williams John Wot.il George Harve;- niJl tn Avltla Illih Third Orade. From the nigh third grade the following children wero put on Ihe attendance horor ro" , Lason Watkins Walter Wiseman Edna Ahr Irene Bunsen Edna Butler Ruby Ceauna Aurora Martlwes Fraaees Webb ."No!-, ! Said Calumet! J I o MAKIE DREsSLkK. Mrie Iresler. whose name, is the last word in anything pertaining to comedy, is apnearinc for the last time today, in "Tillie's Tomato Surprise." the big feature that created such a riot of fun at the Alhambra yesterday Mis.s t.ii- i. the oeer of all comediennes arid ahe fully proe this in the part of i TifHe. a part created especially for her ( ami wun wnicn aac eiva u wiu in one continual roar of laughter If ion did not see her yesterday, come to day. if you did see her. you will want to rom .srain. , Tomorrow the Alhambra is offering the famous actresa Blanche "in in h,-r greatest stage success. "The j Yankee Uirl " This feature will be here J one daj onli. so don't neglect the op portunity oi secios 3iia9 xviiii in r first appearance in pictures Ad1.. Cards. PL.MiltAI. IS 1IKI.I) FOIt II. W. -WKllll. IJ1KU TUBMJ Y M. W. Webb, aged 4 years, a con tractor, formerly of Mexico, died at a rooming house on overland street Tues day eveninsr. The funeral was held Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock from the Peak Undertaking company chapel wl.K inirnMnt In rimnmlk esmelsrv. Mr. Webb Is survived by his father, Harrold Sanders who is at present in Mexico, ana one brother. G. P. Webb, of El Paso. Addis oldman Cltrence Rldgeley Mart Roberts Elliot Stiles Lew 1 earth Craile. In the low fourth grade the children are: Tom Butler Karl Coaiaon Edward Codetta Jack Devore Abble Dudersladt Albert Frouraard Marie Hutchlns Thomas Jone Leonardo Martinez honor roll Millions of housewives are using Gold Dust regularly for cleaning " everything from lino leum to the choicest silver and woodwork. It does not scratch or mar. I The Ebejl Bridge club was enter ! talned Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Charles Fox at the home of her aunt, I i Mrs. W. K. Waterhouse. In the May- i I view apartments. Mrs. F. J. White- I lock won the high score prise. The.. rooms were most attractively deco- mail -H-ifh nti.ntitifHt nf vellow chrvs- 1 anthemums. The yellow was repeated ! in the score cards and pencils and in I the refreshments enjoyed at the com- pletion of the card games. Mrs. Bltsa j Albro will be the next hostess of th t club. ' MRS. KUITII JH.VKS HIDBR IIIK TIIl'RMJtY; A IXVALIU Mrs. Kqnn jeuas rimer ojeo. at i-.tm Jnni, ciuegston oclock Tliuraday at her home. 41 t q Gregory Nashville street. Mrs. Rider was born ' isiie Wiseman In Chelsea, Mass., and was Ji years old. J Byron Hammond She is sisrvivea ov ner nusoana. William U Rider. x The funeral will probably be held Saturday. Jessie Bnrney Martha Cole Jnlla Ellison Kl.oor Hartie Anrnt Belle Holmei Kathleen Ingram Ceeilla Kobell Beulah Rlehey Frances Riddle Mary Grace Ros Raymond Williamson Melvtna Taylor Mildred Allen Ruth Wright SoBhie Blum Kstheriie Tounr K bl Ilifth Fourth. Twenty-six children made the honor roil rom the men touixn irew. WHIWIM "MIS OF 1IVTK. "The Song o Hate." the screen ver sion of Sardou's "La Tosca." is being shown tod.i for the last time at the Wigwam. ' The Son of Hate." by tbe way. marks the last appearance of Betty Xansen in nierica. Miss Nansen created the leading role of "Iji Tosca" iu Dnrnis'-k and is con-idered one of. the very best port ra era of that char acter, ranking with Madame Bernhardt and the late Fannv laenport in the part- Those ho-saw the picture es terdav declared that Miss Nansen was simply superb and that the picture was j one of the best Fox productions that j i they had eter seen. Aaveriisemeni. "I.waiit what I ask for I know wht it would mean to go borne without it. Mother tront tie chances she's sure of CHnmet sure of li jfct, wholesome, tasty bc- ins of positive, uni form results of parity and ecooorny. lea try CALUMET Baking Powder lay aside your favorite brand once and you'll never go back to it. Ca' - met is the world's best Bating Pow der it s moder ate in price." Received Highest Awards inU 1 IFmx4C. TVHS OVKll T13IE When Mature Hlnt-i About the F'ood. iTHc Ntc FAlRPANK"COWPAWrt MAKERS The Active GSsaner Five-cent and bxger packages for sale everywhere There's a Treat in Store for the youngster who sees his mother or big sister covering a slice or our bread with jam or peanut liulter. Try it at your house and you'll find the kiddies growing merrier and sturdier. Start by buying a loaf to-:av. We Close at 9 O'clock Sundays Powell's Home Bakery 411 E. Boulevard Phones 163-164 When there's no relish to food and all that one eats doesn't seem to do any r ,. I good then is the time to make a turn- tCCCllWnS. I over in the diet, for that's Nature's wav " i r ......... kin. !. k& ua !.' St Patrickus altar ruIW will enter- ( " "rt1", li "fc "'" AVW ' tmn all the Homin tatHDiic women ol . """" -"-- KI Paso with a reception in honor ol IllKht Kev. A. J. Schuller, tne new bishop of El Paso. The reception will be given at the residence of judge Joseph Magoffin, on Magoffin avenue. from Z to 6 o'clock Monday afternoon. - -Jr Parties. . Miss Marion Young will entertain next ' MomNy afternoon with a silk stocking- shower in honor of Mian Mary Turney Nations, who Is aoon to becoiue the bride of Mason Pollard. May otf Art Pottery made in artistic designs of vases and bowls that are suitable for flowers, air plants. China. Lilies or other flowering bulbs, etc Hies are attractive and Inexpensive. Ueach'M Art hop. City National Bank Bldg. Adv. "Why Xol f Make this shop yonr headquarters for your Christmas shopping. Ton w ill find here gifts that are different and that have the virtue of befog offered .it Sthe right price. Ileach' Art Simp. City National Bank Bldjr. Adv. Superfluous hair & moles removed. Grace A. Benson. Dermatologist. Hol- lenbecl. Hotel. Advcrtlsement. Henrr Beard CX-il Moorr Felix Batler Inez Hints KUa Oberkamp Rsfie Kyle Joe Mill Walter Sander Raymond Williams Dr. Morfnrd liac returned mil reiiiUd piaciue, Jli Mills Eldf l'a. Sj Ad Kor a number of years I followed railroad work, much of it being office work of a trying nature. Meal times were our busiest: and eating too much and too quickly of food such as is com monly served in hotels end restaurants, together with the sedentary habits. were not long in giving me dyspepsia and stomach trouble which reduced my weight from -05 to 164 pounds. "There was little relish in itiy food and none of it seemed to do roe any good. It Meemed the more I ate the poorer I got and was always hungry before another meal, no matter how much I had eaten. "Then I commenced a trial of Grape -Nu ts food, and v. as surorised how a small saucer xf it would carry me along, strong and with a satisfied ap petite, until the next meal witn no sensations of hunger, weakness or dis- 4 tress as before. "I hae been following this diet now for several months and my improve ment has been so great all the others in 1113' family have tak4n up the use of Grapy-Nuts with complete satisfaction and much improvement in health "Most people eat hurnedl. hae lots of worr, thus hindering digestion au1 therefore need i food that is predi cvMed and concentrated in nourish ment. "There's a Reason." ".ime Riven by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich, Ever read the above letter? new one nuprant from time ti time. They are entilae, true, and full jot Iiuninn 1 Interest. Jewel Merchant Lilian Boarland Helen Be-nrtend Barton Hutchins Tom Hanson llaaer RH f Low TktWT. The honor pupils of the low fifth grade are . . . Fred Batler Oertrnde Ahr .. tvsvam Km I it Balrd i ermi jwrr'niu Agatha Boudreanx Lnrtle HnmnMnw Martha Foster Louise Odn Florence Reyaolds Katherine Tthedehsver "ells Key-cold flmbe Marion Mean Teorce Moser Joseph P-rclfield Roy Perrlfletd I.rman Ri-hmod MiUon Richmond w,-1 "--;. : p-j. J1IKH ruin utur. The folloninr trained bonor roll from the hlh fifth grade- place Francis Coleman Elmer Cross Uk LI hi Robbie MrKee flvde Mcjtlroli Albert Murdoch tee Smith Laurence Tobias Albert Willinms OAtherioe Kills Jan .feeor lone LIrinrton Mnrfiret McClees Klla Mv Smith V iry Vance - r" WOOd TVrfeet Atteadanee. The werfe-t attendance children low i-lTth end were Talman Ardres TfxtA McKnight Rob ftoborn li Tonnir k.1m M- Anl tin Marv Klirab-th Rush Mri- Ro-ta Cadoni "re. Fro".ard Fliza!etb Foote Reatrice Me- haat Hajel N mnan Marton PrttelT Rrt- H'ddle ni.a. csh flrml. Tn the hirh sixh irrn- the fo'lowlng papilR ere on the honor roll-Oa-par Larrazola Oil. .ates le" Poole V.nh- Mtrtinez Jov Butler v-im Tnrlor .il-U Make rerfert Sere. The attendinc of tb low evnth jrrad mrls has let-n prfct dv-r.nr the flrt quar ter The h'.nor roll pupil are pit h.iri R' m I hrrmi V-nrt-! WhU r r-Mn-kr T, w nm.-rt-n Vadinc A-lam Vina RaUopflne Fl'cia R"i',lr--iix rv-uc?t- Pirer Thr hh T .m in de BrT Hrtnj- co.lona Vnett.1 T .rrnfield nn h.i Htiht MarejrK H1H Rba T4rht KHna Mirtiock 4i ..-i , riMr mph n-' hnor nupt'i ar r,i'i Kr..rX-T'.' cr i .'i rth T hth IlrI ( II H FOKD TlfKVTKK. Lord L tton's sublime play. "The I Lady of i.ons."" with special senery J and gorgeous costun's. mil be pre -sented this wek for the benefit of the "Rescue Home." at the Crawford. Mis J Ivene Shirley ill appear as "Pauline ' , with Mr Taylor as "Melnotte." and the entire Taylor company in the support Prominent society people t i!1 remit f specialties between the acts. Adv. " LL-CUMK01 KILL TO II VA. An all-corn dv -bill fill be Bhon at the Bijou todav. "Mr. Flirt in Wron I is a two-reeler. full of chuckles and ! heartv laughs "Kidding the Goats.' if J a single reel that is richlv humorous j x t .. .t . .. TW. I Morning After." a High class refvnetf comedy, featuring "Smiling Bill Par sons," supported by a ranftble cast, will be shown Advertisement. & .G FRAME BUILDING AT 16TH INFAMTRY CAMP IS DESTROYED A frani1 house al 1SI0 East Saq Aii tonio Htr.t. hich is owned by the lth infantry .'.nd was occupied by Serge Alaj. liush. nf that reBlmeut. was completely destrojed by fire Thursduj morning The building was almost destroyed before tbe department arri ed. A fir in tbe basement of Joseph A. Wright's home on. Federal street in Manhattan Heights, called the depart ment there ednesday e enlnir at 7 : Papers burring near the furnace auseil tbe alarm. The damage as slight. S s .&3i s . RtSB., tUsrcki SftCSJ Cheap and big can Baki ng Powders do not ! save yoo money. Calnmetdoes isPure and Sir superior to sour nuilc and soda. Itching Torture Stops CCMWA'Nl K II S vMOKKIt VT 1UIRT HtltsB VllMORY Corop.in K tf the Texi -lation il gnard hem a "ru.k r in the nmor iu . -eanse. the Hurt house Wednesday night. Of quicklv the 74 men in the company there was an attendance of A Maj. Xathun l-apovski and Maj Her bert K. Stc. ensn tf" the Texas guard talk tit on the important-? of miiitar training Second I.ieut Nelson Hagoo, of the California national guard was a Msitor Tt i? unne( t-ssai v for ou to s-. " with menu, ni'-worm. r.isht s, .t" i miliar skin trouW.- A little mt tten at an i'nu -tore tor Zjc, o $1 00 for extra 1 i-e bottle. "1 P'-mptlT applied wil' jsualU shd i 1 t int relief from iu'i ug io-mr- ' ..eanse ai d soothf tl s.kn i J ' eal an! t.itLtuel) mo-t .5'i disease J Zemo 15 .i -oiilo liquid ami 'o - t t utrii air i-K' i applied an'! and save all 7.emo KKVKV1 KK-ZOHK lWESTMKNT CO. I.('HKASKS ITS CriTI. STOCK ustm. Texas, Xo. 11. The Kra-kauer-Zork Inc&tment company, of Kl l'.iij fild an jmerilmi nl tola to us h irtt"- in the -tale dpa'tn!t nt. ir- from 1,JV,v,-j 1 t i e.f-iii ' lt iapit sto k tu J 1 3 "iu. ul diappt i r smart the r. st mle 0?r t to lay uistress. .eland A dr. Herald Want Ads J Bring Results 1 Try f. aid 3. CeTtnee&