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EL PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition, Jan. 24-25, 1920. 11 J )I I Team Captains For Y. W. C. A. Budget l n : nj. t xi. ' Aj. t J. t i 5 sdiuycugu ua x ugetuei fit MjUuuiicuu "lAPTAIXS of the teams for the s comintz budget campaign of the "Women's Chris'ian associa- ReceiDt On hand Jan. 1. 11. 346 OK Expenses s 14; n 13 si 1.-3 -4 $ -016 4-1 3.SI1.75 1.4C8 ;s 11H1 47 1 S1.7S 2.3SL87 iVi.ee 4 7 57 " ojng o w ere entertained at luncheon -r 3av m the tern room of the central C A. building Mm J A. Raw- rp who is to be commanderinchief the campaign, presided. Others -eKTt at the luncheon tere Mrs. H I on le and Mrs Burt Orndorff, iitr-ils of divisions, Mrs. S H. Suth- -, .nd and Mrs. H B Stevens, roem- --. c the executive committee of i" c im-paign; the following team d.1 ri ns Mrs. R. B. Ho man. Mrs. M. "Warner. Un. L. L. Robinson. Mrs H Hnnlng. .Mrs. Al Fraser, Mrs. r r, bson. Mrs. A. TV. McLean. Mrs crence Pickles, Mrs. K M. Chaser. T I- F Gamble. Mr E. M. Hunter, ir- Frank Jones, Mrs Louis Lay, In- P R. Outlaw. M-s. E. P. Rankin. Ir M G Roe, Mrs. A. S. Peatross n Mi Edith Barringer. T-e following1 chairmen of Y. VC. C. V isndiner committees were present na outlined briefly the work of their rartrrt?iits. Mrs. D H Knffaker. hiirman of the 4nternational instl- .anTSS Ira "!"! .- t. ; ' iinm.n Tt.h. f ., -k1 ' wewague pi women voters win id committee: Mrs M A. Warner. !a ' CLa.c.e -?. ST ?i1 a ! v- ;,-. ,.f , .ai AMM. tuc "" -u" ine Program is oi -r'Wr. Bc-r"-.1-; special interest and will include ' '. tZ .."? V;1"1. T- Vocal solos. Mrs H( len Cooper Wil .- v..UUw wmnmi an a. . . . Iiam Mra H Goldstein. Miss Ina .nmm.ite i., Carol Cotton, phys- Guer Q numberSi Ml Nell cal director, and Mrs. C T. Race. Oia- Roomer, nd nl-no mnHnli and ion of the residence, discussed theta-nit-i- hv xc. . nu.k.h rK-i their departments. Others lanrt Annf KaII. . rrln,. Mr - n Membership niysica i Cafeteria Building Traveler's aid Ri5.ore "War work Extension . . . Subw.nit!on Educational Administration Campaign Social Public'tr RUcius . . . visiting- se-retarie Bui Wine repairs Bummer camp . . . International Inst. . Tar Day1 . tfUildUie rand National and field Enteric ei i y l.soo: 2 Mt.oe : J1S.87 .: 70 i.S 11,114.?: lt.49 Charming El Paso Visitor Rebuilding !! w llissoorl Ft. prp it Confefenc Sninma sale 37 7S 3(5 11 S7 i5.34 37 41 I17.M 17 :o ;so Total ,.. Balance 134 C4 135 !7 S5 J35.U0 ?S 143 90 'k of l i -i r.t'j were ui-see r. nrnaon. 'Rocker Urn. n. H. Carrinon and (.ampMii Mary HoOBKinBon. i Misses Charlee and Anne Kelly, fancy "Hinfred W Uson. Margiret dancln Mlss FrBces BoKardus. Jiary steamona ana lainant Tnt, hostesses for the aftemon trill be Mrs. J. H Hirt. Mrs. Robert Town send. Mrs A. W Ie Pew. Mrs. Horace A. Lay, Mrs. J E. Von Rhein. Dr. Ida Bishop. Mrs Julia Sharp, Mrs. C Hitchcock, Mrs. H. P. Corbin. Mrs .urui,c uiuuuri, iuiiu UI4M.C uugan Wr- f iv exp iW aii r. c. 'c si ccial Ins vr- " H Campbell. Mrs. Lee Wil- r t v-s v 1L Hombeck and Mrs. J. 1 Townsend the committee on cam- , iprn iunthes sened the luncheon. Mr" liawlmgrs outlined plans for tae mjaign ana annoincea tne opening J Mrs. i rcneion on ,-uonaay. jannary z. lor c.i 'iairs ana team workers. ire ' re! ton will be en en at 1 ofcloek in . I. i cafeteria and every peciea in oe on nana. C A. centers will be open speciion a urine me com ig- wt-ek while the annual budget .mps. rn Is being waged, and an il 1 ivtrattd and comprehensive report of - e ork of the association has been l L' h"d so that the general public ' know in detail the plans and i i-rv-Js of the organization. Tv o o the most enthusiastic teams - the "i W C A. campaign, which ems Monday, are those of the Bus- ---s Somen's club and the Sammies, ' fj inp to receie the largest pledeev These girls are taking i t dge3 from business girls omly. The -juam of the Sammies team is Miss i diti Barrmger: of the BuMness " omen s club, Mrs. Elizabeth Hun 'r Each captain has ten lieuLen-.- nt each with a squad of seven v orkers. T,ie financial statement of the T. "l C foT- 1919 follows. Martin Sweeney. Mrs. W. A Rogers. Mrs. G J Htllman. and Mrs G. Q Willis. Those who will preside at the tea table will be- Mrs. Frank ! IBalt and Mrs. J. A. Potter, and Mrs. ; C A. Sorrelis will have charge of the refreshments and decorations. Her assistants are Mrs. William Xhinn- ' savage. Mrs. Ted Bartlett and Mrs , Jefferson D Smith. Those uho will ' serve include Mrs. L. S. Fran ken -burger, Mrs. H. A. Taylor, Miss EvaJyn Logan, and Mrs. Edith C. Lane The children who will take the siler offennlng are Lois and Betty Cameron. Deputy J. A. Brooks, from the tax collector's office, will dis tribute poll tax receipts. The chair mac of the program is Mrs.- Joseph H. HurxthaL This will be the Jast opportunity for the women to pay their noil tax. Tne surer ouenne wilt be taken to defray the expenses of the Iterature and advertising of the poll tax campaign. w An interesting historical program for 1920 has been prepared for the study of the Children of the Coefed-, ' . (W- i f I "-' - '' ' - A? SSSslLiSBisBMslBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSS& ssKL tBHsSlBBsslslsl MssssssssssSMHsa. bbHIIssbssW IBBLiBbC. sbbbbbbbbbB .l.. JbbbIH ijpsr IIP - JbbbbbbbbbbbHbbhBbLsbF nK sBbbbHbHpF- HbK - sBBBBBBBsIl ' B .BBBBBBBbBW' JF , MB SB&SsBBBBBflBm? Si ' ' '' M P .BBBBBsBsf iBHi'. yaJBBB ; BnBS9Hr i9r . 'J0E JBl Vte, jHBr --sBjP' ' BsKvBBnMf . BBF. ; !'' ' " . 8fSCiBsi BSBBBF' Kt a- ' - i 'J- '-'J - AKraitrs Mrs. McKenzie and Mrs. Roe Entertain Thursday and Pioneer Bridge Clubs "lniemational Hockey League Is Planned Cansda. Jan. 54. As so Ih JONORTNG two interesting visitors in tne eltr. Mrs. Menry A. Cllne. of W barton. Teras. vho is the I guest of her sister. Mrs. 'William Hal Aldr'dg-e, and Miss Elizabeth Carden. of Little Rock. Arkansas, Mrs. E. W. j .tlcKensie was hostess on Thursday at .i xery deliirhtful meetins of the t Thursday Bridge dlnb and a few ad- rptionai guests T ne recepltion rooms 1 oi tne jaciienzie nome irere tragrant ' with pink and white carnations, and the dainty confections at the card ) tables featured the pink scheme of ' c'ecoration. Mrs. Kverett Long re ceived the first prise for the hig-heat j score of the afternoon. Mrs. A. J. Fullan received the club prise. Mrs. tW ill T. Owen the cut prise, and dainty quests' prizes were presented to Mrs. Cllne and Miss Carden. i A salad course and an Ice -were tered at the conclusion of the games. Those present for the cour tesy to Mrs. Clino and Miss Carden , included Mrs. Cline. Miss Carden. Miss i.ess Adine Owen. Mts. Will T. Owen, irs. J. M. Harris. Mrs. Henry Robin son. Mrs. Richard Ainsa. Mrs. Paul i Thomas, Mrs. Allen Gnunbling. Mrs. 1 Everett Long. Mrs. George Bpunner. Mrs. W. E. Miller, Mrs. Albert Segal. Mrs. Wallace Lane. Mrs. Jerome Dale Mrs Walter Skinner. Mrs. James Ma- , go f fin. Mrs. W. H. Aldridge. Mrs. Joseph Spence. Mrs T. M. Waller, Mrs. C. E. Kelly. Mrs. A. J. Fullan. Mrs. ! 1- H. I.ucJtett. Mrs. J. G. McGrady. , Mrs. Dan White. Mrs. Wilder. Mrs. , Kugene Harris. Miss Elizabeth Rob- eits. Mrs. E. F. Higgina and Mrs. J. F. McKenzie. The frinds who came in at tea time to Join the guests were Mrs. James Brady. Mrs. Greenley. Mrs S. P Skinner. Miss Myra Prater. Miss elia Prater. Mrs. Claire Ruby and Miss Elizabeth Wooten. Mrs. W. G Roe was hostess an Fri day afternoon to a charmingly do tailed bridge party when she enter tained for the Pioneer Bridge club. The drawing room and reception room of the Roe home wera deco rated for the affair with crimson car nations and ferns effectively com bined with English ivy. The dining room was decorated with spring flowers and the open doors of the conservatory gave glimpses of a beautiful tropical setting of fountain, flowers abloom, potted plants and birds At the close of the games dainty lefreshments were served. Those present were- Mrs. E. M. Bray, Mrs. J. J. Piatt. Mrs. Fred Hnmwhnm. .Mrs. J F. Miller. Mrs. George ffewell. Mrs. John Donahue. Mrs. w; W. Flak. Mrs. W. A. White. Mrs. Batelle White. Mrs. Frank Turner, Mrs. Adine Staf ford. Mrs. J. J. Kaster. Mrs. Will T. Owen Mrs. George Wallace. Mrs. J. W. Dale. Mrs. J. E. Bowen. Mrs. P. E. French. Mrs: E. H. Tale. Mrs. JX V. Fennessy. Mrs. W. J. Qulffley, Mrs. Fred Knollenberg, Mrs. C. N. Lyman. Mrs. Clara Tepfer and Miss Elizabeth Carden. Toronto, outcome of the recant visit of the Tale hockey team to Canada, plans for an International intercollegiate hockey union are being considered. The sug gestion came from Nick Bawlf. a pro fessional player, now coaching the Queens university hockey team. It was understood hers that repre sentatives from Tale. Harvard. Prince ton and Dartmouth universities wUl meat shortly to discuss the proposi tion. It is planned to have a regular schedule for games between these four United States universities and Queen. MeGIU and Toronto on the Canadian end. Colorado Prepares Novel Comforts For Tourists Glenwooil Springs. Cohv. Jan. It Tourists from the east will be afford ed every facllu for comfort durI-.-the 1930 season here. Announcempr has been made by the manaKem of two leadinir hotels that a dainr. pavilion will be built a short distan from the bathing pools and al' ar rangements will be made to enal the bathers to go direct from tn -swimming exercises to the dance ha where they will be allowed, to ti the light fantastic In their bathin, n""- ... -Shimmying in your bathing suit promises to become a popular pastil- t In Glenwood. Strange Dog May Have t Been A board Lost Ship mmvm 1 Photo F.Mman Stul!o E. J. TTAMP, 2 channiiig Cincinnati -woman, who with her husband is iting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 0. VTiUoc Mrs. Kamp is a sister of Mrs. Wilson. M ! New Bedford. Mass.. Jan. 4 Dr. Parker F. Slocomb has been re ' quested by a relative, a customs of ficer at, Halifax. N. S-. to ascertain i whether there was a dog aboard the i in-fated schooner T. W. Allen, which 'sailed from this port and is believed I to have been lost in a storm at sea. 1 A strange dog has been seen about the shore near Hirborvflle. K. S., where wreckage, believed to have been a part of the schooner, was ' ashed ashore several The animal appears to for something and will permit no one to come near him. ,No one for , miles around that part of the coast ever ow r3ii loo uok, uciuic Dr. Slocomb was in Nova Scotia a few weeks ago, and it was he, by a peculiar coincidence, who discovered the wreckage of what is supposed to have been a ev Bedford vessel. The Allen safled from New Bed ford November 19. bound for St. Vin cent. Cape Verde Islands, with a crew of twenty and besides six passengers aboard. Midget Ex-Soldiers To Clean City Streets New Tork. Jan. 24. Ob account of the small number of men who ap ply for work as drivers and sweepers with the street cleaning department, the municipal civil service conssals sion has been compelled to lower the requirements regarding height. A few days ago James F. Dram in formed the commissioner that there were very few unemployed soldiers at the Longacre hut of the Knights Of Rttlnfnha. whn M.U MM.fiei. .. 4a Jf'T , . : neurit. Tney were physically fit and be looking , canable of manhandling a Hnwurt a. explained, but they could not make the height. The commissioner saw the point and now candidates are to be accepted if they measure- S feet. The job pays S4.K a day for eight hours. SPECIAL MUSIC Sunday-night from 8:306 11 by. the Pass City Male Trio, assisted by Dayton Payne's Orchestra Elite Confectionery Company nfflBi Teacher bawled me out f er a hole in me coat and a givl case on laii tou jggSPrTj j j Hti.! 'fT-jTteS-1 got a r lliiilK 5 GH turned up her nose wen I asfc her ef she liked me tie . Pretty tough I'm tellin yer when a kid has -fco wear bum clothes. Af ter dis I'm gittin fixed up at de Boys' Shop. They got all kinds of special stuff for boys only, special shirts, peachy ties and sweaters. You'd orter see em, somethln great. No men, no girls just boys like a real man's store; it's great ! No more holy socks f er me . You just go in an git what you ask fer yourself, made special. Ed. Box' Shop 323 E. San Antonio Street. eracy. Mrs. C. E. Bryan, president of Wade Hampton chapter ef the U.D. C announces the studies for the va rious -months for Cornelia Branch Stone chapter as follows: January, Pocahontas, the Indian maiden .who saved the Jamestown colony; February, the captives of Abb's valley: ifctarch. Famous fighters ana Dear Killers, uavy urocKeit and Daniel Boone: April, brave Sam Davis of Tennessee: May, the gallant feinam: June, tne battle or -New Mar ket and the V. M. L Cadets: July. short stories of boy soldiers, Robert i4?e, jr., at aoarpeourg, i nomas u Ranson. a scout of the Sixties: John Krenson. or ueorgia; August, the bat tle of the Merrlmac and the Monitor September. Raphael Semmes and the cruise oi tne Alabama; October. Mat- inew rontaine Maury, Bis books and his grest discoveries; November. Au dobon. the nstnre lover: December, story tellers meeting:, subject, Tounp Marooners, by Francis Colliding. ' In Asburr church on Thnrsdav afternoon at t ocloek The Women's Mhunenarv 'deration of the v r church, south, held its regular quar terly meeting. Tae president. Mrs. w. u. Carre, presided. Minutes were read and other officers gave reports. Mrs. D. M. Smith gave a talk on the life of the retiring president. Mrs. S. S BirefafieM. uresewtiiu- a lobetv bouquet ef flowers to her in behalf of the federation. Meedames Stofc and xrayier sana? a anec -id .Moat Be Told." after which each Voman on the urogram eharasineTlv renraeented the council officer when she imper sonated. Especially, interesting was the part of Mra, B. W. Lipscomb, represented by Mrs. Z. 1. Avers, and her private secretary. Miss Lucille Ayers. There were about 1M present. Hostesses were: Meadames R. K. Al len. John H. Harner. A. A. Lawler and L N. Wlnans. The Trinity missionary society will observe its annual pledge day on Tuesday. January 27, at z ocloek. Mrs. Thomss Watson, of the Lydia Patterson Institute, -will give the fol lowing interesting program: Explan ation of the meaning of pledge day, Mrs. Watson: prayer. Miss Frances Montague: Bible lessons. Mra. R. R. Stevens, of the Lydia Patterson instl- (uxe: menace ox tne nome oase sec retary. Mrs. George Oliver: duet. n-s. w. a. i irayior ana Mrs. J. G. OI1K-: talk. The Tltho - Mra. r I. jxeu; personal experiences in tith ing, by the memberaT song, by stud ents of Lydia Patterson institute. Following the program a social hour will be spent with the officers as the hostesses. The meeting will be closed with a reading by Mrs. H. F. Tanner. de. with Mrs Joe Eians. 340s La Luz; Fort Bliss circle, at home of Mrs. B. F. Goacbee with Mrs. Harry C Mangan as hostess. Rembrandt Tvill be the tudy of the art department of the Woman's club, which Is to meet on Wednesday after noon at the Woman's clubhouse at 3 ocloek. Mr J. E Qoaid. chairman of the department, announces a program of especial interest for the meeting, featuring an excellent criticism of Rembrandt as an artfjt bv Kenyon Cox. which is to be read by Mrs. R. M. Dudley. Forty stereoptican views of Rembrandt's celebrated pictures will be fven at the the meeting and other interesting features win be the musical numbers by Mrs. Robert Lan der and Miss Gladvs Booth. The woman's association auxiliary or the El faso Baptist association Ohioan Introduced A Bill Regulate Women's Clothes Columbus, height ox denth of V lace or tulle vestments through which i A FOOL AT 40 It Is an old proverb that every man Is either a fool or a physician at 40. Well. I fooled along for 49 years in the practice of pharmacy and the study of medicine and therapeutics before I discovered the -Keaderful dreeeription for Number, 4 For The Blood. There Is more dt this jvoa derful prescription sold and uses' by the citizens of our home city than sll other bleed medicines combined. , j unio, jan. zt. tm necks and thickness of I" "'?'?" " uepznyea conen- can be distinsroished the color of the skin were provisions Incorporated in a U1 seeking to regulate women's wearing apparel, introduced in the legislature hese five years ago By former state legislator Louis B, Ca pelle. of Cincinnati, sew prosecuting attorney of Hamilton county. . . CapeUewas a bachelor member of tne lower legislative branch. tions of the svstem. Dies, tn sores, ulcers, ec.etna and skin atseases. in chranie rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, stomach, kid ney and liver troubles. J. C Mea denhan. 4s years a druggist. Boas ton. Texas. Jan. 22. 11. J. C Men denhalL Evansvlrie. lad. Dear Sir: "Having suffered from 12 to 18 months with s nervous breakdown. said W physicians to be sciatic neu- l ..-- - -. . . .: . Pulpl,,pr5 and people united. ISPSSS SSLSSLSSK. will hold an all afternoon meeting be- now prevalline iS SSSSSH IS - --.a. San A,,onio,,x!xriI,SX, ATthgrrt'lfaTmd to become a law. (ELJt 'JSr'-JSSSin St Tl ZfJXZ!l?'l'l havi b-raamtil-Srt. '""' "r"-5?" " " mwuiiiilv. ,j , , i-r3j ;-;iii for the "backless" gowns, a style All circles of the woman's auxiliary. .h.r at r.,..Mi ,.... .u.,.1. tiiiuumoer . v...... j ..y.... ,aM,i.u a.1 JlKli elnnins: at 2o p. m. in Government Hill Baptist church an Thursday. January 29. The program follows. Thirty minute devotional service, led bv Mrs. Grover C Linn- one hour bosi ress session. Mrs. A. M. Walthall pre- siumg soio. miss Ava JJannlnr- re nort from the convention Mr W. B. Day: solo. Mrs S. D. Cobb- talk about tne convention. Mrs. w. V. Hatchell: closing prayer, Mrs. Arthur Clayton. The Parent -Teachers' association of Bailey school will meet on next Fri day afternoon at the school. A short and Interesting program has been planned for the meeting and subjects of especial Importance to mothers will feature the meeting Following the regular meeting of the association a soolal hour win be enjoyed and tea will be served. The sewing circle of Temple Mt. Slnai will meet on Monday afternoon in Community hall and the members will sew for charity The regular meeunjc nays, nereaxter. or tne sew. tag circle will be on Monday. Re freshments will be served by the board of directors of the Temnle's ststernooa. 4T The Womsn's auxiliarv of West minster Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. W. M. Falrley. 515 River street, on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. F. Fennell will conduct the program. The executive committee meeting of the auxiliary is called for 2 ocloek. followed by the ' regular meeting at 2 20. The Square club girls will entertain the Hl-T boys with a party Saturday evening at 8 ocloek. The affair will take place In the central T. W. C A. building. The girls have planned a or interesting reaturea ror Canell eniafM. et.t l MmjMai his bin for the nursose of attracting public attention te same of the foibles of womankind. c, FL ""P"81 ., cnurcn wiu q, evenlng.i Including games and a on Tuesday afternoon at 3 candy pulL i as follows: Sunset circle, ati , CHIEF TRA!VSFEHS DETECTIVES. Chief of police J. R. Montgomery ocloek the home of Miss Schendc 10s Par- firlo Diaz: Ceitnal drcK at home of Mrs. C. H. .Campbea TM Magoffin:! Church circle, at heme of Mrs. T. W-' announces a change In the depart jnier. no? tomans: uunir circle. ment which handles stolen car cases, at home of Mra C A. Bush. 812 Tlr--Under the new arrangement Charles ginia: Mountain circle, at home of Wood, motorcycle officer, will be In Mrs. P. E. French, lilt Octavla; Five' charge. Detectives who will work Points circle, st home of Mrs. M. D-,with the department are Ed. Mebua Gaylord, 2818 Montana: AHa 'Vista cir-' and G. W. Frazier. THE JEWEL SHO HERALD BLDG. TheWedding Ring most favored usage isa narrow plat inum band plain, carved gold-lined ' or encircled with Diamonds, although the slender, round ed band of gold has , not been abandoned. Our Wedding Rings Are Binding Things. OF C TO INVESTIGATE PROPOSED INDUSTRIES At a meeting of the Manufacturers' committee of the chamber of com merce committees were named to In vestigate two proposed new Indus tries for El Paso. One is the estab Ilahment of a traator nlant V w Woodward, fiscal agent for the com-J pany appeared before the committee and said he planned a J1.0O4J.MI9 plant. The other industry to be examiaed is hay ureas factory to be eatabiiKfaMt by G. W. North. Next Tuesday after- coon a committee beaded by Claiborne Aoams ana wnicn Roland Harwell, chairman of the farm bureau will ac company, will go out to the ranch owned by Herman Andreas, north of El Paso and witness a demonstration of the press . benefit from it. Sleen well, crood as- petite, have gained several pounds in weight get ap feeline freak every If oiorxuua- iwTt m pants, jay nerv ous system has become nearly normal." Respectfully, J. 1 Dusree. 171 Common St, KeUy-rollarrL wholesale. Adv. As It e The history of successful service in film develop ment work is the history of Feldman service. Years ago Feldman maintained the only devel opment establishment in El Paso that really gave service. Today developing AS IT SHOULD BE DONE is still the Feldman-slogan. AS IT SHOULD BE DONE means the adoption of the most recent discoveries f in the film developing field. We use every new idea that will better our work. AS IT SHOULD BE DONE means to do the developing as quickly as possible and yet get the best results. Work brought in before 10 A. M.may he had the same day after 5 P. M. AS IT SHOULD BE DONE means to do the , developing as reasonably as is consistent with good work. Any size roll devel 1 oped for 15c. AS IT SHOULD BE DONE means The Feldman 308 San Antonio Street DFmg AS IT SHOULD BE DOifE EL PASO NIGHT HIGH SCHOOL OPENS SEMESTER JANUARY 26 El Paso's night high school will open its second semester next Mon day night Announcement of the opening was made Saturday by J. EL Gilkey. instructor in charge. The night high school's classes will be held 'Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights, from 7 'to ocloek. All subjects in demand will 'be taught. The only expense is an en rolment ree ox ai. xne nignt aeaoou have a registration of ?M now the largest number in the school's history. vmmmmaamm0mmmKBUKaHKBmBBmmlmMKKt00B0uBif.mBmmmm.mmmaBap No Scratch and Rasp 0, 40 w w -a. jo. a. jp- etsT ,-nwJvsVTewCtiiD ot "x. a - -' El Pasoans Returning Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Carpenter I have returned xrom san Antonio, where their wedding recently oc curred. Before her wedding Mrs. Car penter was a resident of San An-1 tonto. They are at home at "15 East 1 Rio Grande. , I Mrs. C E. Stratton. who has been trpending the winter with her daugh-' ter. Mrs. John Alexander Klein. Jr., s and Lieut. Klein at their station at as Camp Funston. Kans will return, 5g nome next weeK. Mrs. stratton. wno( was in very poor health when she loft El Pass, Is much Iroproved. Lieut, and Mrs. Klein rwho is the former Miss s Helen Stratton. ape planning a trip ss to Xew Orleims the first of February SE to visit Lie at. Klein's parents and HI they win remain in New Orleans for the Mardi Gras festivities. Thev will S also visit In VicksbUrg, Miss before tneir return to camp Funs ton. jg DUtlnetlve Silverware. j The discriminatlnr hostess naeai silverware which adds to the charm , of her table. Gorham Sterline; Silver- ware comes In many beautiful oat-' terns. Each pattern Is noted for its distinctiveness. We are showing this silverware in beautiful mahogany chests. Tou make no mistake when you buy Gorham Sterling Silverware. S.lbernerj-r Bros. Mesa at Texas Street. The mere thouent of buvlnc a TWa- mond SnHiold suggest SllberbeTKs. Adv. A Snrprle Party. A most delightful surprise party may be enjoyed by all El Pasoans every day up to and Including Wed nesday. Jan. 29. In the north window of Scott White Drue Co, in the Mills Bui .diner there are on display many articles which are priced at onebalf their regular value ana tne price wtu be reduced 10 percent daily until the articles are sold. ine oisoiav emm-aces articles or jTwrii (uu vjhuc cvtjrjr una is uaniiu and a real bargain. Among them you will find toilet sets and manicure seis in nory wnicn soia as njgn as $12. They are now priced at $i and reduced 10 percent each dav until sold. Come sand see our window There is something there just for for you. Seott TYhlte Druar Co. Safety First Druggists. Mills Bids;. Adv. SI: s Ya C Sav a the' THEiSecret of the smoothness and sweetness with which the Palhe plays lies in the wonderful SAPPHIRE BALL which lakes the place of the needles of wood or metal. j That invention alone has advanced the REPRODUCTION of SOUND immeasurably for it has made possible the one important neces sitythe FAITHFUL reproduction of SOUND. So, when you hear the Palhe play you hear the ACTUAL SOUNDS whether of MUSIC or the spoken or sung WORDS without being com pelled to listen to a coriglomeralion of scratchy, screechy noises as well. For your own safe We want you to own a PA TH&. For youj own sake we want you ip HEAR a PATHE before you decide WHAT phono graph to buy. We shall be entirely SATISFIED with YOUR DECISION and if your FINAL CHOICE is the PA THE, as we believe it will be, we want you to realize fully, thai iioti &i&ct& eh Foute-MoOre Furniture 111-113 North Stanton. Street Ompany sBBBBBBBBBBBBBB W. 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