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Fridav, November 12, 1015.
EL PASO HERAXJ1 'V A I RECEPTION TO NEW BISHOP OF EL PASO; LOCAL Y.W.C.A. TO ENTERTAIN VISITORS BETWEEN 160 ahd 200 jxople at tended the reception glvenxby the Knights' of Columbus Thursday mght at the Toltee dnb in honor of the Kieht Rev. A. J. Schuller. the newly consecrtaed bishop of the Roman Cath olic diocese of El Paso. The ball room of the club was elab orately decorated with large Amen i an flags draped over the doorways and erv large American flag was sus pended from the orchestra balconj. Kosettes of the bishop's colors, purple .ind cardinal, held the flags in place, v itn long streamers extending from he rosettes. Palms and potted plants were everywhere about. The receiving line stood by a column marked with a large cross formed of purple satin gibbon. Vincent Andreas presented the guests to bishop Schul ler. Henry Welsch Introduced the gruests to arch bishop J. B. Pitaval of Santa Fe. and F. X. Farmer presented the guests to bishop J. W Shaw of ban Antonio Bishop Schuller wore his cassock of purple .edged with red. with the purple harreta and episcopal cloak and his . niscopal chain and cross were about Ins neck. The others In the receiving line were of the Knights of Columbus, nd were Messrs W. G Roe, Joe M s.alon. lo Hartford, Dr. Paul Galla- .er Francis Gallagher. C E. Kelly. w H. Fryer. Frank Ainsa, George Vil lars. George LeBaron and Charles Lc Baron, who also formed the entertain in' nt committee. During the evening the orchestra of the i-uuith Meld artillery played con tinuousb The orchestra was given In courtesy of the new bishop b Col. Lu cien G. Berry and Capt. Francis P. Joce, chaplain of the regiment. Punch was served during the eemng in the little dining room and in the Icotes of the ball room, which were 1 with Balms. John Behrendt and George Arnold formed the decora- 31rs- C. E. Kelly was chairman of the . refreshment committee ana on mis committee were Mesdames E. V. Ber rien. James Magoffin. George B. Ryan. W. G. Roe, Gus Momsen. Charles Pom eroy. Frank Ainsa, Tim Sullivan. Henry Welsch. Mart Sweene, Joe AL Nealon, George LeBaron Richard Ainsa. W. L. Brown. J. F. Waddell. J. A. Delaney. J. J Murphy, Tom Stiles, M C. Win ton. Julia Wilcox, Patrick McAndrew, August Andreas, Vincen.t Andreas, Claiborne Adams, Earl Byers. Patrick Clifford, J. I. Drlscoll. Delia Lane, S. Kranzthor, Charles Krause. A. W. Lelf gren, J. E. Morgan. H. F. Miller. M. L. Patterson. J. D. Ponder. J. P. Ronan, W. J. Warnock, Charles Cunningham. W" J. Qulgley, Herman Andreas, Dan T. White, Misses May O'Connor, Flor ence LeBaron, Dixie Fassett. Maria Gal lagher, M. C Doyle and Margaret Walsh. Out Of Town Visitors. C C Martin of Vinton, Tex, is vis- j iting J.S. Curtiss and family at 160 Re and Mrs. C. L. Overstreet have as their guest. Rev. J. D. Catlln, of Ok lahoma City, who is on his way to Tuc son. Arix.. on business. Rev. Mr. Catlin was a classmate of Rev. Mr. Overstreet at the Presbyterian theological semi nary in Chicago. . Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy L. Freeman and their daughter, little Miss Anna Oiae Freeman, who have been visiting Mrs Treeraan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huttanus, for a short time, while here to attend the wedding of Miss Leona Huttanus. will return Saturday to their home in Big Springs. I . Parti es. rL. - ..... nuiolA nf thA TrS--l Rail. tist church will have an informal party Fndaj night at the home of Miwlsa- belle Springer, 702 North St. ram street my ' g You Shriners and Scottish Rite Masons will each surely want an emblem, whether it be a ring, button or charm. )Ve hace the largest and most up- -io-dale stock in the city. Silberberg Bros. JEWELERS ' The Mere Thought of Buying a Diamond Should Suggest Mesa Ave. s.iberberg Bros. Cor Texas I'll I rg . u LIBERTY Bell Day .will make visitors in many . El Paso homes. When company comes you want your table to look its prettiest. Crumbly bread won't help out in the scheme; in fact, its mussy nature will spoil the whole effect. Buy the bread that is firm; that slices off from the loaf in as thin or as thick a slice -as desired, with out crumbling. You can get that kind if you Demand the Genuine 10c The Loaf Wr'apped'In Wax Paper Made by Baking Co. "BUSTER BROWN" BREAD .. For Sale By All Grocers Our Bakery is Open to the Public TIIK monthly meeting of the board of directors of the Young Wom an's Christian association was held Thursday in the central rooms of the association. Mrs. IL T. Bowie, the president, presided. Mrs. Bowie an nouneed the expected arrival Saturday of Miss Harriet Taylor, the national executive secretary of the finance de partment of the national board of the Young Women's Christian association, and Mrs. Francis de Lacy Hyde, of Plainfield, New Jersey, who is a mem ber of .the national board and of the finance and city committees of the board. They will arrive in El Paso Saturday night to visit the local Y. W. C. A. They will be the guests of honor at a reception to be given by the board of directors of the local associa tion on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Graham McKary, in Gold en HilL at which the members of the local association and a)i interested in women's organization work wil be giv en an opportumtj to-meet Miss Taylor and Mrs. Hyde. Mrs. Henry T. Bowie, president of the local association, will be their hostess during their stay Mrs. J. A. Rawlings, chairman of the finance committee, gave her report. Mrs. R. B. Roman reported for the membership committee. Mrs. G. A. Thumm's report for the cafeteria committee showed that the aver4ge attendance at the lunch room daily was 115 for the month of Octo ber," which is larger than any other previous record in the association, and made necessary the addition of two extra helpers in the lunch room. Mrs. T J. Woodslde reported that the boarding home was filled and run ning in good condition. Mrs. Alma Cox reported for the ed ucational committee that the Spanish classes had grown so that they had to be divided into two classes, of be ginners and advanced students. The first aid to the injured, class ! pro gressing well under Dr. C. F. Braden. There is a free embroidery class etery Mond&y in the down town rooms from 11 to o'clock. Mrs. D. H. Huffaker reported for the physical training committee the four gymnastic classes, the normal class, for teachers of play ground work . the Korean class, the senerat gvmnasium class and the children's class. Mrs. H. B Sievens. Jr.. Is the physical training director. . ... Mrs. Paul Heermans of the rellgiqns work committee, reported the average attendance of the Sunday afternoon vesper services was 1. She reported the progress of the two Bible classes, the supper seminar class under Miss Gall Lane and the class studying the gospel of St. Matthew, under Miss Florence lmrkee. Mts Lena Kiacher reported for the employment bureau that nine women had been placed In positions and a number had been assisted in finding rooms. Mrs. Sarah Barker gave the report of the traveler's aid secretary at the union station. The services at the local association for next week, which will be a uni versal week of prayer in the Y. W. a A, will be held every day from 12.3 to 12. i o'clock. There will be brief talks b various speakers. On Tues day there will be stereoptlcon views of China exhibited. Mrs. I. X Winans led the meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of Trinity Methodist church Thursday af ternoon in the church parlors Mrs. Thomas Watson led the devotional ex ercises on the topic, of Christ as a friend. Mrs. G. L. 'Jones prayed for the Japanese and Koreans on the Pa cific coast. Miss Jessie Bjaford talked briefly on the missionary work among these people. Mrs. A. A. Lawler sang. Mrs. Adine T. Owen played her ac companiment. Miss AUce Carre talked on friendship and action. Mrs. O. A. Danielson and Mrs. J. G. McMurry of fered prayer. The offering was taken by Mrs. w. J. Itttt. The hostesses of the day were Mrs. Ed Haight and Mrs. D. J Roberts. Mrs. A. McDonald and Mrs. J. A. Randolph led a discussion about the mission schools for the Korean and Japanese on our Pacific coast. 4fr The aid society of the First Congre gational church was entertained by Mrs. Miles Hanson at her home on Laurel street Thursday afternoon. A brief business meeting was held at which Mra. F. G Morris was elected secretary in place of Mrs. J. J. Tyndall, who has left El Paso. The afternoon was spent in fancy work and light refreshments were served by the hos tess. There were present Mesdames Paul McComes. M. & Russell, Charles B. Stevens. F. G Morris, J F. Dowling, C. S. Hennlng. O. W. Kerr and Miss Florence A. BelL The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. J. F. Dowling, S16 North Oregon street, on Nov. 2. Mrs. Walter Williams" entertained the Kensington Sewing club Wednesday afternoon at her home on Wyoming street. There were present Mesdames C. S. CrowL Karl Thompson, E. E. Wiseman. M. L. Patrick. N. A. Corn stock, J. N. Mayfield. H. D. Sanders, and J. D. Foster. The afternoon was spent in fancy work and then refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. E. E. Wiseman will be the hostess for the next meeting, at her home on Tularosa street -t The joung women's guild of the Westminster Presbyterian church will meet Saturday afternoon at S oclock In the home of Mrs. J. W. Moseley on Cliff street. Dinners, Luncheons. Teas. Mrs. B. L. Farrar gave a prettily ap pointed luncheon Thursday at her home on Montana street, in honor of Miss Elsie Crawford, of New Jersey, who is the guest of Mr and M,rs- 1L S. Pot ter. The table was decorated with pink carnations and ferns. Pen and ink sketches ornamented the place cards. A pleasing souvenir of the party was presented the guest of honor. Mrs. Far-J, rars guests were Misses sisie craw ford. Virginia Stewart Emily Kemp, Walker McClellan. Marion Young, Hil degard Sauer. Nell Safford. Mary Tur ney Nations and Mrs. H. S. Potter. A delightful dinner -was given Thurs day night in the private dining room or Hotel Paso del Norte by S. S. Mc Clure of New York. The table was centered wltJi a flat plaque effect of pink roses among quantities of green ery From the centerpiece to the edges of the table extended ropes of green ferns, studden with pink roses. The dinner was served In seven courses. Mr. McClure's guests included consul and Mrs. Marlon Letchelr. Misses Fama Rlckman. Walker McClellan. Wanda Race. Beulah Brown. Mary Turney Na tions. Mrs. Josephine Nations Morfit CoL E. V. Smith. MaJ. George IL Mc Master. MaJ. F. A. Wilcox. Lieut Otho E. Michaelis. Joe Hole, Will Crosby and Charles Brandberg Following the dinner the guests motored to the dance at the West Ysleta Country club. Dr. Morford has returned and resumed practice. SIS Mills Bldg. Ph. 85 Adv. Weddings. Miss Leona Huttanus and Samuel Darr were married Thursday afternoon at i oclock in the cathedral of the . immaculate conception, itev. rnacn Roy performed the ceremony. The church was decorated with quantities of palms and potted plants. Miss Au gusta Fahrenkamp played the bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party entered the church. The bride, with her father, Louis Huttanus, led the bridal party. She was followed by her matron of honor, her sister, Mrs. LeRoy L. Freeman, and the bridesmaids. Misses Ola Darr, sister of the groom, and Miss Minnie Dehlinger. The little flower eirl. niece of the bride. Miss Aifna Mae Freeman, came after the bridesmaids. At the chancel rail they , were met by the groom and his best i man. William Melsel. After the cere- : mon the bridal party left the church i to the music of the wedding march by i Mendelssohn. The little flower girl led the bridal procession as it left the church. The bride was gowned in a costume of "white Georgette crepe, made with the overskirt effect and in ankle length. The waistline was high. White lace and tulle trimmed the waist, which was made in the draped effect Her tulle eil was attached to her hair in hood effect caught with sprays of real orange blossoms from California. The orange blossom sprays also caught the veil about the border. Her shower bouquet was of bride's roses and oranse blossoms, wjth tulle and narrow ribbon streamers. Mrs. Freeman was dressed in white net over a pink and white dresden slip. The white net was trimmed with pink satin bands and the waist was of the. pink, .made in sur plice style. She -wore a large black veHet picture hat, trunmed in pink and carried a bouquet of pink roses tied With, pink streamers. Miss Darr wore a gown of blue charmuse, made in sim ple semi empire style. She wore a black velvet picture hat with trim mings of blue and carried pink roses. Miss Dehlinger wore a pink charmuse goun made in similar style as Miss Darr's gown, with a black velvet pic ture hat trimmed in pink. She carried pink roses. Little Miss Freeman wore on Amnlr i1pos nf white embroidered net oer white silk with a sash of blue-1 ratm and big butterll nair dows oi blue. She carried a white basket, tied with a big bow of white tulle, filled with Cecil Brunner rosebuds. A re ception followed the ceremon), at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huttanus, on Olive street. Pink and white carnations decorated the living and dining rooms and yel low and white chr santhemums were used In the other rooms of the house. Between the archwaj of the living room and dining room was suspended a big wedding belL made of white and pink chr santhemums. punch and cake were wned during the reception, with Miss Opal McNew. of Big Springs. Texa- and Miss Mary Hammer assisting in serv ing. In cutting the bride's cake. Miss Ola Darr found the ' ring William Melsel discovered the button in his piece of cake. Herman Huttanus was the finder of the thimble and the dime was discovered by Will Keinle. Mr. and Mra Darr will make their home at 17 Eucalyptus avenue. The bride is a native El Pasoan and is welt known here: The groom has been In business here for some time. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M Darr. The couple received many handsome presents. Dances. The El Paso Social club will give the first of Its series of winter dances on the evening of Friday. Nov. Is, in the ball room of the Toltee club. Miss Virginia Stewart will be the guest of honor a, a dance to be given the evening of November 2 by Miss Hlldegard Sauer, at her home on Haw thorne Place. Manchester Grove, Woodmen circle, entertained its members and friends with a dance at Eagle's ball Thursday night Card games were provided for those not caring to dance. Mrs. Mary Dougan won the first prize and Mrs. Lillle Holford won the consolation prize. A. Malooey won the men's first prize apd H. J. Heitgen won the con solation "prize. About people at tended the party. Refreshments were served during the evening. On the floor committee in charge of the party were Fred Warner and Mesdames Euge nia Perkins Anna Allison and E. J. Al lln. On the refreshment committee were Mrs. F. E. Heifrin. Mrs. Anna Austin and Mrs. Lillie Nichols. Mra Julia A Sharp, the organizer of the grove and deputy manager for New Mexico, was the guest of honor, and with her son. Fred Warner, led the opening march. The hall was decorated in the colors of the groe, lavender and ffreen. The dance Thursday night at the i a large number of dancers. Among some of these were Consnl and Mrs. Marion Letcher. Mr and Mrs. D. P. Eades. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Naslts, Mr. and Mrs. J E. "Winner, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Fant, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Jolly, Mesdames R. W. Fort J. A- Ferguson. J. R. Hunter, Josephine Nations Morfit Misses Ida Hunter, famine niDier, niizaoem White. Elizabeth Fields. Willie Mae i Carson. Helen Stimel. Vera Driskell. I Dolly Evans, TlIHe Caro. Julia Cook, i Clio Russell, Irene Moyer. Kathlyn Perkins. Florence Mahoney, Birdie J Buckaloo. Mae Buckaloo, Mary HIH Fama Rlckman. Walker McClellan. Wanda Race. Willie Peterson. Grace Fleck. Marv Lewis. Hilda Sorenson. Ann Lee Rix. Valeria Garrard, Gladys Mc Quatters. Beulah Brown, and Mary Turney Nations, CoL E. V. Smith, MaJ. George IL McMaster. Maj. F. A. Wil cox, Capt E. L. Napier. Capt Martin L. Crimmms. Lieut Robert McDonald, Lieut Zlba L. Drollinsrer, Lieut Dennis E. McCunniff. Lieut Otho E.-Michaelis, Lieut Clifford J. Matthews; Messrs. Clifford Gaylord. Ben Hancock, Hern don Kemp, Henry Robertson. Everett Long. C. L. Simians. W. R. Collins. Ted Piatt H- W". Browder. Sara Hawkins. Donald Hart, Joe Hole, C P. Henry, Fred Hardlker, E. K. Gillette. S. & Mc Clare of New Yorfc, Mason Pollard. Charles Brandberg and others. Cards. AuLomobiling. V "-C CtnH nl w(tA Jaf TLPAW TT r. jn, OCIUMU auu n aac wa. nwvvf av... arrived in the city Thursday and are stopping with their uncle, J. A. Morriss, of 1S05 North Florence street They made the trip overland in their -car Mr. Selman contemplates locating in El Paso, as he gave up his business in Galveston after the storm. About El Pasoans. Mr. and Mrs. W. Roy Anderson have taken an apartment at SOS Mundy ave nue, where they will be at home to their friends. Miss Myra Prater ad Mrs. W. A1 White will entertain Saturday aiter noon. November 2. with a card party in Hotel Paso Del Norte at 2 o'clock. The Eureka Bridge club was enter tained by Mrs. R. W. Knoblauch Thurs day afternoon at her home on East Boulevard. The hjstess was the winner of the high score prize and Mrs. A. E. Ryan won the second prise. Mra Charles Matthews was the only guest In addition to the club members. Refresh ments were enjoyed at the completion of the games Mrs. L. C. Richardson will be the next hostess of the club, at her home on Myrtle avenue. Mra Harley Kiefer entertained Thurs day afternoon with a bridge party at her home on Montana street in honor of Mrs. M. B. O'NelL of Iona, who is visiting her daughter Mrs. M. H Fliey. Chrysanthemums and autumn leaves decorated the rooms. Mrs. K. F. J. McCarthy won the high score prize. Mrs. W. IL Wooldrldge won the consolation prize. Mrs. O'Nell was the winner of the prize for which the play ers cut She was also presented with a guest prize A salad course was served after the games. The hostess was assisted in entertaining by her mother. Mra J. M. Barnes. The guests included Mesdames M. B. OINeiL M H Fliey. E. F. J. McCarthy. W. T. Cut ler; J. C. Bevelle, T B. Johnson, W. H. Wooldrldge. J. M: Barnes. Henry Buchoz, A. R. Heineman, W. IL Butter baugh. Misses Maude Kiefer. Delia Kiefer. Hazel Johnson and Ethel Llt telL A delightful bridge party was given by Mrs. V. K. Raggio Thursday aftei noon at her home on Nevada street The rooms were attractively arranged with quantities of chrysanthemums in the autumn colors, filling large brown baskets. Branches of autumn leaves were used with the chrysanthemums and gave a pleasing effect Mrs. John Donohue won the high score prize Mrs. A. J. McQuatters won the second prize and Miss Walker McClellan re ceived the third prize. Mrs. Will T Owen won the prize for which the players cut A two course luncheon -as enjoyed, with the Misses Walker McClellan. Gladjs McQuatter. Eliza beth Simmons. Mrs. Henry WBitaker and Mrs. Thomas G. McClellan assist ing in serving. Among the guests were Mesdames Frank H. Todd. T. F. Kimbell. Will T. Owen. Ralph Dlmmltt, C M. Richards of Carlsbad. N. M.; Charles Watson. Frank A. Spence, Roily Bruce. A. J. McQuatters. F R. Sweeney of Douglas. Ariz. F. McL. Barger. Thomas G. McClellan. John Donahue. Harry Swain. W. J. Freeman. H. J. Sim mons. James E. Bowen. Roy N Davis. J H. Hirt Horace W. Broaddus, A. W. Hadley. J W. B. Robinson, Claude Hudspeth. Henry Whltaker. Sam Good man. F. L. Wemple. Frederick George Billings. J. Long. Otis Mclntyre. Misses Elizabeth Simmons. Gladys McQuat ters and Walker McClelUn. Lodges and Clubs. The annual banquet, business meet ing and election of officers of the Tol tee club wfll be held- Wednesday night, Nov. 17, in the club house. Mrs. En-ma B. Manchester of Omaha, Xeb.. supreme guardian of the Wood men Circle, will arrive tonight at S oclock from San Antonio. Texas. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Isabella Powell, the deputy manager of south ern Texas. Willow Grove, Woodmen Circle, will entertain in honor of Mra Manchester tonight at the Knights of Pythias hall. The members of Man chester Grove and Alameda, Grove will be the guests. Manchester Grove will entertain in honor of Mrs. Manchester Saturday night in the Knights of Py thias hall, with the other groves as guests. The DrapraBuscol club, composed of students of Draughon's Business Col lege, gave a program last evening. The program included the following num bers: Vocal solos. Miss Ruth PowelL ac companied by Miss Pearl PowelL Address by C S. T. Fotsom. Vocal solo. Mrs. Day. accompanied by Mrs. Duden. , Debate. "Resolved that the United State should permit Woman Suffrage " Affirmative. R. F. Davis; negative. S. P. Hewland. Vocal solo. G. Emlnger, accompanied by Mrs. Emlnger. Piano solo. Miss Lewis. Recitation, "Sockory and the old sot tin hen." Miss Pauline Leusch. Vocal solo. Miss Katherlne Rlckman. accompanied by Mrs. Emlnger. Reading, The Trubblee," Miss Marie Cass. Piano solo. Miss Elsie Strickland. "My Favorite Rag." Mrs. G. Bm- Music was also furnished by the Trl State Talking Machine Co. El Pasoans Reluming. Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Andreas have returned from a visit of several weeks In Chicago. Mrs. R. Ewing Tbomason and little son. Billy Thomason. have returned from an extended visit to Gainesville and Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ware, who have been visiting in Chicago and Kansas City, returned Saturday afternoon, after a ten days trip. ' El Pasoans Away. Miss Maud Austin, who has been IB for a number of weeks, will leave Sat urday for Del Monte. CaU where she will remain for sbme time. - THE COURTS. ' ir : THE L$ RELIABLE BAKSiS FOWDIH Absolutely Pure 1 I MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR 3 why you wash rice and why this rice doesn't need washing YOU wash rice because it comes to yon coated with glucose and talc. Yoa don t need to wash Comet nee because it is "Unkoted." Most people think the rice they buy is naturally coated as it comes to thenv Comet Rice shows that it: isn't. It contains no glucose no talc That's why it needs no wuIqbs. Yoa will find it a rrvri tion. Yoa will eerre it more often in soaps, with meat, and in many ways as a defaaooa dessert. Try one of the recipest on every package or try It ra yoor own faronta way. Yoa and yoor folks will want nee more often. Tear oct thl advertisement apd pat it myociTpnrse to rcoi too. Yotf erocex has Comet Bice, or can easily cet it, Al l i . r . t I cjTtJtoB.Tmfc Brown Rice something new JBJ S f YOU'LL LIKE IT! tD FIG LAYER A delicious cake with fig layer, yyholesome ana enjoyaoie. Order Early Before We Are Sold Out. A Regular Price 35c, Saturday only GaWK, BELGIAN BAKERY 210 E. Overland St. PU03TB CS 2 1 n WIMJ. DELI ER. - " l . nSSjMAinb Ma 9 41ST DISTHICT COURT. l It. I'rlce, prrnlillnc. George M Holmes vs. William Har rell and John Perrlott, injunction; hear, ins: set for November 15. Sam Gillett. administrator of estate of W. W. Vara. vs. George W. Vara et al. suit to recover property; filed. H. I Carpenter vs. G. H. S. A. suit for 2S,90a for personal injuries on trial. 34TH DISTIUCT COURT. Han M. Jaekaon, prealdlnc. State of Texas vs. Jose Aguilar, mur der: not guilty. State of Texas vs. Manuel Lopea, our. glary of a private residence at night; not guilty State of Texas vs. Justo Salais and THE QRmSK&L ALTED MILK THE FOOB-DBINK FOR ALL AGES TAKJ? A PACKAGE HOME 8eF"NO SUBSTITUTE IS "JUST AS GOOD" Mannel Guaderrama, robbery by as sault, on trial. 65TH DISTRICT COURT. Ballard Coldnell. presiding. Hackney Manufacturing company ts A. T. Celum et al, suit on notes; oa trial. corvrr court. Adrian Pool, presiding. State of Texas vs. Anderson Parkec aggravated assault; not guilty. ' The X. B. Goldenberg company v T h. King company, suit for debt: filed. K B. Creel and John W. Phillips vs M. M. Bishop, suit on commission, filed, JUSTICE COURT. J. M.'Deaver presiding. State of Texas va Gnlllermo Loya. ult; nnea zs ana cosis. IVliy Xott GeautBe hand embroidered Japanese silk Kimonos in every wanted shade at Brceh'a rt Shop. City National Bank Bldg. Adv. Superfluous hair & moles removed. Grace A. Benson. Dermatologist. Hol lenbeck Hotel. Advertisement. Nadme Face Powder (In Crcra BaxtM Ojtbi r Keeps Tno Complexion Beautiful Soft and velvety Money back if sot en tirely pleased. Nadino Is pare and tim. leu. Adheres until washed oE Prevents sunburn and return of discolarations. A mflBon delighted users prove its value. Tints: Flesh. Pink. Brunette. Whits. By Toiltt Counters or Altai. 50. National Toilet Company. Paris. Tarns. Thy JfotT Visit the Art Shop before making gift purchases. Beachs Art Shop. City National Bank Bids: dr. "Jean of the Lazy A." by B. It Bower. ' Jl.JS. and all the other "Best Sellers' at the El Paso Book Co, Mills Bklg "It's Handy." Adv. I t "IVhy :otf The Art Shop is brimful of Christmas uggestlons. Ueachjt Art lion. City National Bank Bldg dr There's a Treat in Store fnr the. vnimcrsfer ufio sm his. Tnnfripr or big sister covering a slice of our I breadth jam orpnujbuuer Try, t SPECIAL PRICES FOR SATURDAY at your nouse ana you 11 una trie kiddies growing merrier and sturdier. Start by buving a loaf to-jay. We Close at 9 O'clock i Sundays Creamery Butter 31c Snowdrift, medium r5c Eggt. guaranteed, doz .... ..,. 33c Cristo. medium noc EgRH, fresh guaranteed, doz... .....45c Macaroni and Spaghetti. 2 for....". ISc Potatoes Idaho, 15 lbs. ... S5c Pirk Salmon, can .. c Celer, 2 for .......15c Marv Jvine Srup, 3 cans. .....Z5c Fancy Hating Apples. 7 lbs. Z5e Radishes and Onions. S bunches.... lc Carnation Milk, tall, t for 15c Botrs Tork &. Beans, 5 cans . .. Z5c Ladies, Come and Bring the Children A Black and White Picture of Each One and Yourself FREE "MAN with the Magic Scissors" Mr. A. H. Harrison, the Silhouette Man. clips their chubby faces or your profile out with scissors, so life like and real. No Purchase Necessary The roan with the magic scissors,- dressed in colonial costume, will be in our store, com mencing Saturday, for seven days. His hours are 10 to 12 a. m.. 2:30 to 5:30 p. m.. 8:30 to 10: 30 p. m. It is interesting and artistic, so do not fail to come and have your silhouette made. Compliments of The Elite Confectionery Co. Cor. Mesa Ave. and Texas St. jBSP BREAD 3 CENTS c ASH PROCER FREE DELIVERY PowelFs Home Bakery lPhone4169' 305 M M'JIs St. 411 E. Boulevard Phones 163-164 ITblrd Door Eoit of Manton.)