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"Wednesday, April 26, 101C.
EL PASO HERALD RECEPTION TO NEW OFFICERS OF THE D. A. R. IS BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT A VBRY brillant reception was glen by the Rebecca Sloddort ohapter. of the Daughters of the American Revolution. In honor of the inoetning officer, on Tuesday after noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E Kelly, on Mi avenue. American flags and bunting In the national colors dec orated the exterior of the house, be ing: draped about the porches. At the loor the ruests were received by little Helen Robinson, dressed as George Washington, In a black satin suit with white lace at the sleeves and vest and t 'ocked hat over a white wig. With "him" was Martha Washington, who as impersonated b little Julia Lor entsen. who was dressed in a colonial costume of blue, with figured blue and white bodice and panicrs and whit' lace fichu. She also wore a powdered wig Misses Sadie Ruth Aldridge. Haiy Kelly and Klizabeth Kelly as sisted the guests in the disposal of their wraps The guests were presented to the receiving line by the retiring officer. In the receiving line were the incom ing officers and the board of directors. These were: Mrs. I K Robinson, re gem. Mrs. B. L. Farrar. second vice letent. Mrs. Jack Ronan. treasurer; Mrs M I,. Strong, recording secretary; Mrs. W. S. Tilton, parliamentarian; Miss Gertrude Yale, registrar; Mrs. Caroline Evans, historian: Mesdames W. G. Bansemer, Lee Orndorff. Joseph Spence, H. Butler and W. W. Fink, of the board of directors. Mrs. Robinson wore a lingerie gown of white lace. Mrs. B. L. Farrar was dressed In la- ender taffeta, with a kerchief of white lace. Mrs Ronan wore a Colonial costume of pale pink, with the waist and i.aniers of figured blue silk, and a fichu of lace. Mrs. Strong was dressed In black net over violet silk. Mrs Til ton wore a gown of green that has been in her family for several generations. Her hair was powdered and she wore a white lace kerchief. Miss Gertrude Vale was dressed in a gown of gray silk crepe, trimmed with white lace and touches of pink. Mrs. Evans wore a colonial gown of (iav with the bodice and panlers of siav figured In pink, r powdered wig w.ib curls, apd a white lace and net f irhn Mis Bansemer was dressed in a skin of pale pink taffeta and chiffon with a Jacket effect waist of white taffeta with a dresden pattern of pink i-bud4 and gold lace trimmings ttp Joseph Spenre wore a white or sannie lingerie gown Mis 1-ee Orndorff v. ore a gottn of i.ia chiffon over gra taffeta Mrs A. H, Butler was dressed in mld mclit blue silk, with trimmings of lace Mrs Fink -wore a gown of blai k el- et sr.d gold lace Tin retiring officers present were Mesdames J Lrfrentzen. regent, and Mis B M G Williams, corresponding er retarv Shcibet and cakes Tiere served out f doors on the porch, with Mrs. J w mMon rettus and Mrs. Lee Orndorff presiding. Miss Clara Fink assisted In rr ing In the dining room Iced tea, sandwiches and cakes were served. Those pouring the tea were Mrs. Horace W. Broaddus, Mrs E. M. Bray mid Mrs. Horace B. Stevens, sr. The table was prettily decorated with a hmiquet of yellow daisies in the cen- it. surrouaea Bv Tersian scarf dance on the lawn. The sills nere dressed in 01 iental costumes of white, with scarfs and sash es of Various colors and their danriug presented a very charming Picture. The girls were: Fay Ross, Ruth Jacobs. Marie Kerr, Lois Shaw. Marjorle Whitfield, Emerv Wheatley, Mvrtle Nold. Elizabeth Rogers, Into gene Leavell, Minna Edwards. Ella Petlcolas and Rachael Boynton. Mis Bess Brown played the music for the dancing. Mrs. J. . W Lorentzen sang "It Bacjo" and "Laddie." with Mrs. W. U Brown playing her piano accom paniment. Miss Mary Gates Redmond sang "An Autumn Reverie," with Miss Lauramaude Fink nlavins- her nlano accompaniment Miss Lauramaude Fink sang "The Spring is Come." by Valera White. Miss Estelle Berrien plaed her accompaniment. Mrs Will T owen sang "Dainn Dorothea," ac- on. panted by Mrs. J. .1. Pearce. Mrs. Walter D. Howe sang "A Sonc to Spring." by Xeidlinger. with Mrs. W. R Brown acrompan) ing her on the piano.' The Kellv band, composed of Mary Kelly, guitar; Anne Kelly, banjo: (.narlee Kelly, drum, and Elizabeth Kelly, mandolin, plajed "College Med ley," and "I'm on My Way to Dublin Mrs. H. H Stark was the chairman of the party and those assisting through the rooms were Meadames C L. Over Street. C. K. Kelly, B. M. G. Williams. Joseph Spence, F. W. Brown. G F. Hawks. If. T. Safford, Henrj Easter, F.-A. Hodge and A. H. Butler. There were about 300 guests calling during I the afternoon Special guests of honor I were tne veterans or me Emmett Craw ford Ton of the Grand Army of the Republic, of which Capt. F. E. Tusten is the post commander, and the vet erans of -the John C. Brown camp of the United Confederate Veteran of which Capt II. F. Stacy is the" com- manner, a particularly pleasing fea ture of the tarty was that a number of those assisting through the rooms and a. number of the guests wore colonial costumes and pondered hair A temperance program was held by the missionary society of Trinity Methodist church Tuesday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Horace A. Lay. the chairman of the committee In charge of the program, presided. The Bcrlpture h-sson, read by Mrs. W. F. Packard, consisted of verses on tem perance. Mrs. J. D. McMurtrey offered the opening prayer. "Alcohol Indict ed," was the subject of a verv good talk by Dr. E. J. Cummins I Irs. J. a rotter gave personal reminiscences of Miss Fiances Willard. Mrs. II. X. Miller and Mrs. Robert Lander sang, accompanied by Mrs. J. C. Ballard on the piano. Mrs. G. I- Jones, Mrs. W. II. Payne. Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs. A. M Grambllng and Mrs. IL II. Hen dricks gave items of current Interest in the temperance work all over the country. Mrs. L J. Ayers gave a short nistorv or the adoption of the white bow of ribbon as the W. C. T. U. In signia and read a sbort poem by Mrs. w. B. Gillespie on this topic. White " " " wosby. Hiram C. Smith and oows were given to tnose present By "-. little Cornelia Hendricks and Mildred ' J'1"-. " Mr Edward M. Lockhart Moore. The hostesses for the after- "Iertained Tuesday night at their noon were Mrs. G. It. .Cole and Mrs. no'ne. 1014 Montana street, with an M. F. Collier. On the program commit- I mfoal dance Red and white car- ..-...,. unumimi nip rooms Funcn I and light refreshments were seried uuring tne evening. The gueets In cluded Misses Edna Long, Grace Haw kins, Elizabeth Hawkins. Connye .. i tI, ,. unorie, n line uarrea, The presbyterial union of the women'? missionary societies of the Presbyterian church in this section will convene at ??,.nan;tern5rMl!yter," r Z, 3 and 4. Delegates will be here fmm Pecos, Colorado City. C tin m? Spring and other cities inTs'tnc? nfltht -mIh" neiFh,-hood divisions First Baptist church m ? i.. Sir. in .hi th,erhome f various mem .1 n.iho d,rf"nt neighborhoods. The northwest neighborhood member met-at the home of itr t.'. nr..,". .' on Porforio Diaz street" There Z YY STff .r.,. , north,est neighborhood .. a. imc i.u.no oi Airs. A M. Wal thall, on Trowbridge street. There were 17 present. The south neighbor, hood met at the home of Mr&p M Rigdon, on Magoffin avenue. Then were eight present. At each meeting a short business session was held, fol- i?Tl,by a, SO'aI time ad e serving of light refreshments by the hostessesf The altar guild of the church nr Rt SSL?'.1".1,. "' . ..-lorf Sof "Si Hugh SThirUeSlay "rno. ilrs. Hugh S White was electod di rector ot the guild. Mrs. W. D wise was elected Vice director; Mj-s j' Bow! land Gilchrist, secretary, and mZ, aisinor oneiton. treasurer. The renorti of the society for the year showed a good financial condition. 8nowed a . , Circle No. one of the Missionary and Aid society of the raiv.i.....?? Square Baptist church, met, TueVdav afternoon at h hn. ,. i."v??a Rotermund. 630 Stewart street. Afu the devotional exercises, which were conducted by Rev. O. J. Wade. A sootal hour was enjojed. The hostesses were Grm.mM X UI,S and ChTe $t The aid society of the First Congre SaV,?,alrhurcn w,u met with Mrs. v. w uciu next weelc Dances. .AJ?. iPtormi dance will be given to night by the Progress club in ita club rooms In th City National bani build- I thJhr" s,ui3entf of e eighth grade of the Lamar school win .bu.li.. .,...; friends with a dance, to be given Sat- u..,. mjent. at the post hall. In the licadyuatters building of Fort Bliss. The usual fortnightly dinner-dance it nfeJ0!1?? c,utVw111 be held Thursdaj rht t..,he c'ab- Among those making reservations for dlnnor parties are Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Alnsa. Dr. and Mrs. It.Brown' Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Far rar. Mr. and Mrs. George R. LeBaron, w t'I? lrg- A" R CoI9- Mr- an Mrs. M . L. f.alnes. Mr. and Mrs. C H. FllOc-y. .r- "1d TZ w- " Aust,n- L't- w- i nam A Raborir. T.it TUwin v - ,- t'tn , r ... - """ '- ' ;V "' -roy. iiiram ONE OF THE NEW SMART HATS SflVS LINCOLN TYPIFIES II. i Princeton. N. J, April :". President Wilson who came here today to voto and to plant a tree on the Lincoln highway, apoke of Abraham Lincoln as "a generalized, universalized Ameri can." "Lincoln," he said, "was beloved by all the nation " The president spok-e of the necessity of preventing one's Judgment being warped b one's heart. He declared the Lincoln highway will do much to bring people in all parts of the count trv together In loser sympathy. He was introduced b Gov. Fielder, of New .! rsy. who had just planted a tree in hib honor The president planted a tree la honor of Lincoln He caused laghter by the way lie handled a spade. Soon afterward the party left for Washing- i ton. i i Parties. By LA BACONTEUSE. tee were Mesdames II. A. Lay. G. L. Jones, David M. Smith and W. B. Gil Mrs. P. A. Hazsard was elected presi v el low candlies. in I ot Westminster Presbyterian church at stnl sticks. Those aaeieting In I the mteting of the society held Tues- .iuig were- Misses Frances Foster, day afternoon in the church parlors. i...".rnii.-i Pelham, Mary Evans. Evelyn ' Mra. J. W. Mosely was elected vice " t'". e . ,? A,"e",r' "" nuth AI- I President, Mrs. J. K. Prather. secreUrv. ,' iSriT Brri" and Laura- ' and Mrs. W. H. Loretz. treasurer. Mrs. I,,' . Th. ..,-, ,s Hasar led the opening devotional ek- L' '!T if'frnWT R ""W'f" I erclses. Prayers for the missionaries i toi,r.im was given A ernun r,f t in 4 i. .A x -r ...,,.- f , , m tl.A I - - u . , , -.,,. nciouilCICUOJiri VtllllS. rum the Lamai School danced a Walie The business meetlnir followed. uc. vx mc n-viiinu n uiiB9iviti r nwicw r,Veln llallE-hertv V,n Tlnt,A-.. Til Uan. GibDs. Messrs. Clarence Roberts, v Jveni. i-. juitchell. A. M. Iick Mrs. Lena Peterson, whose birthday anniversary occurred Tuesday, was given a surprise party Teusday after noon at her home, 170S Myrtle avenue, bv a number of her friends In Willow Grove No. St. Woodman Circle. The game of bunco was the amusement of the afternoon. Mrs. Mouie Bowers won the high score prize. Refreshments were served following the games. Those in the surprise party were Mesdames Beatrice Corell, Delia Houston. Alice McNemar, Monta Fulkerson, Mary Cas sens, Levlna Davis, Mollis Bowers, M. E Bartholomae, Mary Bowman, Hattie Allen. Lizzie Mudd, Bertha Heitgen, So. phie LaRock. Margaret Mackie. Ray. Wilson and Jessie Pacettl. Mrs. Tillle K. Steffian, whose en gagement to Isadore Zork was recent ly announced and Mrs. William Lin denthal, of Chicago, who Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Blumen thal, have been the guests of honor at a number of pleasant social affairs recently. On Monday. Mrs Max Moyo WHETHER the hat illustrated is decidedly smart or freakish 19 a matter of individual taste. True, it is a decided novelty. The extremely wide square brim is transparent, being of black shadow lace, the edge of which is outlined with tiny velvet forget-me-nots. Freneh blue grosgrain ribbon i? arranged in loiers' knots around the crown, lending a charming color note and form of trimniinjr. The At le irmv. Chaplain Vf. W. of the from a Grander. r.ignm cavalry has returne short visit to Columbus. N. M Capt and Mrs, John A. Wagner and little daughter. Corinne Wagner, aro staying at the Valley Inn. Ysleta, while Capt. Wagner's troops is on border duty there. Capt. and Mrs Ben. Lear, of the eighth cavalry will leave Friday for Fort Leavenworth for station. Capt. Lear has been detailed as instructor of horsemanship in the mounted servlco detachment at the army service school. The fortnightly Tuesday night hops at Fort Bliss have been discontinued. entertained Informally for thm .-it thn I J ncse win De replaced oy a series 01 -..-..... , . .. t . ,,...... . . .... , , .... tea rooms with a bridge party. hart, clarence ThomDson. Lawmnre t tored to the home of Mrs. Blumenthal Waddell. Julius Hawkins. Nathan 1 on North El Paso street, where they Wed- I oances to De given oy me omcers 01 nesday afternoon. Mrs Samuel Blu- 1 the ost on the evenings of the second m'enthal and Mrs. A. H. Goldstein en- and fourth Wednesdays or the month, tertained with a luncheon at the Har- I to begin on May 10. The dances will be vey house In honor of Mrs. Steffian I informal, but wll be invitation affairs and Mrs. Lindenthal. The tables were and the invitation cards must be pre- attractlvely decorated with baskets sentea at tne daar. filled with pink sweet peas, with pink tulle bows tying tjie. hjuidlos. Cor sage bouquets of Cecil Brunner roses were presented the two guests of honor. The place cards were hand decorated. In a design of pink roses. 1 uiiuwuig me lvalues ine Kuesis mo- Edward P. Ripley, president of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe rail road, took up railroad work 43 years ago as a clerk at the age of 24. tiULLIES Marseilles, France. 'April 15 The Russians who arrlTed here today, marched through the streets on their way to Camp Mirobeau amid a tu multous welcome from the crowds. They made a fine appearance, being of the same class of sturdy young sold dlers as the previous contingents. The newly arrived troops occupy the same quarters at Camp Mlrabeau as did the Rueslans who arrived last week. These have now gone to fazrin Mailly, near Troyes, on the Seine, 9U miles southeast of Paris, the Rtcond detachment having reached there Moi day. Russian and French troopi are mingling at this cajftp in a general spirit of good will. Spanish Grill now open US S. Ortfjcm. Adv. Johnson's Appreciated Chocolatesw Always fresh. Bxcellent assortment. Potter Drug Co., Phones 35S-37S. 10. S. El Paso St. We deliver. Air. THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR FAMILY WASH DEPARTMENT i irN 1 Vfel"fcbi-B ' -k IL. m inri iff- m ffanrwi w tias, v j jl mmjp i l .sSnSsi "YaLSSsSi llr 2nd Best Mother's Milk A Splendid Example of Electric Lighting Visit Rogers Furniture Store Equipped throughout with Brascolite tK, v,re1 ,ar1 Type MC" Mazda mp. The Best Lighting Combination Knon' Put Them in Your Store It Pays! EI Paso Electric Railway Co. DRINK PURE WATER 1'REE FROM CHLOR1DRB ANO MTBATF - ' OF 8ILVKR TEKT Phone in r j,- " " "trlsln Uur linn riIn r - , EI Paio lee & Refrigerator Co. ' lOUng. J. W. Red. II. DlihnU nr Cheek, George Frymuth and J. Staloup. A jolly leap year dance was given Tuesday night by the L X. D. D. dub, at the home of Miss Meta, Ormsbee, at the Smelter. The rooms of the Ormsbee home were decorated with nu, anH T baskets of spring flowers. Punch and cakes were enjojed through the eye ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. J Ormsbee and Mr. and Mrs. Laflgford J. Locke chap eroned the young people. Those pres ent were Misses Clara Flnt- f:r. 1 Fleck, Constance Pateman, Mary Lewis. KnU TTfUtiBa 1UI.4- r ll -r- Deane. Margaret Brj'an, Isabelle Snrinirftr TanlinA Hrv.n T... s--t. I Whett. Sybil SheUd, Ldu'ise Sanburn" Kthel Critchett. Meta Ormsbee, Kmllie Ormsbee. Messrs. Charles A. Burrage. Leslie Delf. Lowthor Wnnj, t-.i Teague, Milton Shedd. Juan ' Smith. y. iT . "'""". a- .eweii. i'reston Roberts. Robert Mullln, A. Seymoure. Henry Swearingen. Harry Pape. Harold Kllburn, alter Davis. Howard Gilman and Hal Cunningham El Pasoans Away. Miss Mary Hardle, who has been spending the past three months visiting in Georgia, Florida anft Alabama with relatives and friends, returned here the first of the week. Mra. W. G. Bunwmw will leave El Paho May 2. for California to remain tlirough the summer She will visit the Grand Canjon and the beaches and otner places of inlert Mrs. 'W. D. Lansden. accompanied by her son. W. D. Lansden. Jr will leavo tonight for San Antonio. Tex to at tend the Battle of Flowers. They will be away until the first of next week In San Antonio they will be Joined bv their cousin. Judge D. L. Lansden. of th supreme court of Tennessee. itev. iiuoert M. Smith, presiding eld er of this Methodist district, left this HiuwiiiiK mr van norn, xexas, to at tend the El Paso district conference of the Southern Methodist church which will begin today and continue through Monday. Rev. J. K. Fuller is I iiusi m me conierence. Among those who will attend from El Paso are Rev C. K. Campbell. Rev. J. A. Fitagerald.' Hev. A. H Sutherland. I. J. Ayers and G. L. Jones. Mrs. J. c. Albert and Mrs. L. Welch of III Paso, were recent visitors at the big exhibit of southern California products maintained free to the public in the Los Angeles chamber of commerce. They also attended the free lectures, moving pictures and con cert that are a part of the daily pro- Kiuiu. aiib vAiuuii is tne largest of anv in the country maintained by a com mercial organization. Mrs. Albert and Mrs. ASolch expect to visit the Panama Pacific International exposition at San Diego, which will remain open all ear. Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Putnam ..i... tained mayor and Mrs Tom t.o -u-n William Graves. Miss Marlon Putnam and Harrell Putnam at the Valley Inn Ysleta, Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Lee Orndorff enter- I tained Monday evening at the Valley Inn. Tsleta, at dinner. Their guests 1 were Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Murchison 1 and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jackson. Lieut. Robert F. Tate entertained Tuesday nicht with an informal dinner party at valley inn, Ysleta, given in honor of his mother, Mrs. M. D. Tate, his sister. Miss Julia Tate, and theii guest. Miss Kathenne Schmelz. The ta ble was decorated with American Beau ty roses and red candles under red shades. In silver sticks were about the table. The place cards were ornamental with red roses. Lieut. Tate's guests were Mri. Tate. Misses Julia Tate. Katherlne Schmelz. Valeria Garrard. Stella Kleinman, Anne Patton, Mrs. Geo. H Patton. Jr., Lieut. W. ST. Mndi.att Lieut. Stuart W. Cramer, Jr., Lieut The- ouore uiiniM. jr., L-ieut. James H 1 iicney, ijiem. jtoger a. B Ed Solomon. tc spent the afternoon playing bridge. Out Of Town Visitors. ' Earl L. Nunn. who has been speeding th week end as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Adams, returned to his home in Tyrone, N. M., on Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred SowelL of Safford, Ariz., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ileff ner, of El Paso, underwent an opera tion for appendicitis Sunday night at Globe, Ariz, tier condition is reported to be favorable. Mrs. I. Alexander won the high score prize. The guests included Mesdames wiuiam Lindenthal. Tillle K. Stef fian. Julius A. Krakauer. Robert Krakauer. Nathan Solomon, J. Froebel. Gus Zork. A. A. Kline, Maurice Schwartz. I Alexander. II. Merfeld. A DlflnlalSlzkeil lLCl ftfne'A lftaauka T Ai.laiA s Blumenthal' and Tillle' Caro. Todav . Mr- and r- P Coles Mrs. A. A. Kline Ib entertaining with ,n thlr Packard car for a luncheon party at the Harvey housu spend a few days. in nonor 01 ure. stetlian and Mrs. Lindenthal, and Thursday Mrs Mathlas Will entertain Informalh their honor. is best illustrated by the fact that you deliver your washing entire to our driver and receive it back ready to sprinkle and iron in your own or your maid's spare time. And under our otvn process only the light starch pieces need to be finished at home. All the family wash rates by the pound. y. Phone 4300 Automobilinz. mtiE. msssmSES: f hone 4300 Fl P9Q iga i left Tuesday T Cloudcroft to I THAT 15 a. : siiWRR rrrY smnni. m havf , - .-,W . U..,.,U I Musical. An entertaining program of folk songs sung In appropriate costume will be given at the Westminster Pres byterian church on Monday night at 8 o'clock by the young women's guild of the church. Miss Belle White will bo in charge of the program. The first number will be the Japanese romance, "Sayonara," by Cadman, which will be sung by Miss White. The Japanese girls will be Mesdames John Moblev, C. W. Peale, A. Cummlngham, Misses Olynda Naquin. Margaret Hardle and Harriet Heermans. Miss Mary Ileer mans will be the accompanist A violin trio, "Brown Eyes," composed by Miss NEW SUPT. NEXT YEAR i Silver City, N. IT, April 16. Silver I City's schools will have a new super- I lntendent next year. This became ! known here when the board of educa- I tlon failed to reelect superintendent Salter B. McFarland, who has been superintendent of the schools for ten years. The reason said to have been given for the failure of the board to reelect him was friction which had developed In the schools between the teachers, the superintendent and the school board. A successor to superintendent "Mc Farland 1 expected to be named soon. DOUGLAS WOMEN WANT TO FORM A RIFLE CLUB Virginia I Bean, will be played by I Douglas. Ariz.. April 26. A commlt Connle Mae Tobias. Lawrence'Toblas ?e of Douglas women, headed bv Mr. and Cyrus A. Dolph, Jr Miss Bean will play the piano accompaniment. Miss Anna Axton will sing a group of Eng- iisn ioik songs, wnn auss .Matilda Ax ton accompanying her. James Whit comb Riley's poem. "An Old Sweetheart of Mine." will be recited by Mrs. Frank Hughes. Miss Minna Edwards will plav Dvorak's "Humoreique'' Miss Bean will accompany her. "I Sing of the Love of Jean" ana Maidens Remember" by J. D. Wekerlln. will be sung by Miss Virginia Burk. with Miss Mary Heer mans playing her accompaniment. Lawrence Tobias and Connie Tobias will play a violin duet. Two -Scotch songs. "Within a Mile of Edlnboro" Town" and "Coming Thru the Rye will be sung by Mrs. Will T. Owen, ac companied by Mrs. J. J. Pearce. Mis Belle White will lng a group of Indian eongs and the Indian girls will be the same as the Japanese girls in the early part of the program. About El Pasoans. m. Alice Bruce and R. F. Fiahe,- i. deaoring to make arrangements whereby a rifle club composed entirely of women can be formed here. Secre tary Goll of the chamber of com meree, has taken the matter up with Brig. Gen. Thomas F. Davis, command ing the Sixth infantry brigade. The women expect to shoot on the govern ment rifle range near here. THE COURTS 4IVT DISTRICT COURT. I. It- Price, Presiding. v. B. Glardon vs. Clara Starr, suit tor specific performance, filed li 4'. Miss Linda Moore, who lias been quite ill at her home on Durazno street, is much better. Mrs. If. P. Carlock, who was Injured in an automobile accident Sunday afternoon. Is still confined to her home n -nannattan iieignts Her condition 03TII mTIUCT COURT. Ilallanl Cnldwcll, Presiding. Finnegan-Brown companv vs Wm Harrell, suit for injunction: filed. 3ITH DISTRICT COURT. Dan Jackson, Prr-ldlng. State of Texas v n i wn , John Doe club, a corporation, injunc i tlon. filed. i Is the Bread that Is Baked Daily at "Red Star" Cooking School Under direction of Miss Hewey, Special Demonstrator for Red Star Mills of Wichita, Kansas. Varied Menu Each afternoon a different menu will be given, but Bread making will be included each day. Everything Is FREE SPECIAL NOTICE 'Red Star" CoohinB School is heina held cl 108 North Stanton St. (former location Rosers Fur niture Co.). El Paso Housekeepers are cordially in vited. Hours from 2:00 till 4:00 t. m. There is no charge or obligation of any kind. "'--v... & 39"- "' ' " 3 - -ta-. - - . was reported to he about Tuesday afternoon. J L. STICK COL UTS. .lnuir J. Murphy. Prmlillng. State of Texas vs. X. Sherman speeding: fined S5 and costs of case! JamCM M. llFBirr. i,..Mi C.. t...L . Z .'. -"-". "'"" " '' vs. .. England the same over $50. filed. theft Hartz and Cards. M, R C. Semple will entertain the l't ida Bridge club Frldav afternoon .it her home on i:im street. Itead The Mexican Maddle. Satnida w unit, Foil, out ThuisUa Ad. "1 njn. ir OWN KID FITTING Silk gloves Women acquainted with Fownes quality ALL kinds of gloves, are demanding Fownes SILK gloves, with reason. Smartest, most satisfactory. cost no more. gths, sizes and shades. Double 'tipped ? Of course I your dealer -- ' Ikl kllfe 1 SP in wur ursi alien- anu sedlt on laws U'.m naeaiwl In linn nl --... ,...OTv. ,,, i,0. wnen war with France seemed certain, and it was ...,. u...Eo. iV jiruieci me gov ernment against Internal foes. frnil.r Dynamic Tonic Is a great aid In restoring strength. Sold by Potter D6T Company. The Penslar Stored v outtney HkAnien i.A V Fen Mill Tlrft. Tou yet have time to ue..,,,.. .. those remarkable values we are now offering in Durham Duplex Safetv Razors These Rasors have so much merit that the manufacturers have de cided that the best way to adrerttee them was to sell them So. you ia? now buy a Jr. 00 Durham Duplex Itasor for SI 00. You can buy the SI 00 kind for 10 cents. This Is one 'of he besl values we have yet been able to offer Scott White .t Co. "Safety First" Drnco-i... Mills Bldg. Roberts-Banner Depot Pharmacy'. Adv. Bldg For chapped hat.au, face or. lino p. ter"s Toilet Cream Is unequaled. Prte. 2,?'hln .:J AaPve' It Adv. """ Ub Company. Onlv three time lu it. . .j. of the United States called CpoTT the in the war of imj state militia for federal service' fiiMif i.cociiinn. in the and in the ciil war. For quick results-Adr -Ise Herald Want i Bread Baking Contest El Paso Housekeeprs are invited to lale part in a Bread Baking Contest next Saturday, April 29 tL The Prizes Are: 1ST PRIZE-50 1b Sack "Red -Star" Flour 2ND PRIZE-25 lb Sack "Red Star" Flour Rules of Contest: Every El Paso housekeeper is eligible. All loitves of bread must be in bv 4 P. M. Saturday April 29th. Only "Red Star" Flour to be used in baking, it you are not using "Red Star" Flour you will be furnished Free Samples bv Miss Hewey. No entrance fee. Come to the Cooking School and loam the art of bread making. Grocers, Attention "Bed Star" Flour is" distributed in El Paso by Heid Bros. a , xwSk vivm