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Miss Martha Alleen To Wed Walter J. Br OLLIE D' . AND MRS. N. T. MOORE an- ounce the engagement and in. proachine marriage of thir tUuptcr Mlas Martha Alleen Moore and Walter J Bryant. This announcement is fraught with mnch f-est to a larg-e circle of friends r siiice childhood Mim Moore has irfi in this c ty and has a large . ic of friends She is one of the wo charming daughters of Dr. and " -- Moore, the other daughter of u . rouse being Miss Margaret Moore. 'r .Brjant is at present living in i rora Illinois, where he is en- ced in the real estate business. li" w as stationed here at one time -p an officer In the 18th field artil- l." and served overseas during the I Successful Dance At Vest Ysleta For i The Benefit Of New Parochial School I A A K KT successful dance was given on Saturday evening at Mission ia'i West Ysleta, in benefit of parochial school which is being , - c-d on the grounds of the old on at Ysleta. More than SOP p st& were present including 1 t asoans and people from the valley -i d alley towns. The Catholic-wom-n r' Ysleta gae the dance, assisted i tn Parent -Teachers' association - t if Islets, public school Through the courtesy of Mr. and x r J D Ponder the use of the ball mdni at M'ssion hall was gien and i- refreshments sold in aid of the - nool were donated Mrs. Louis ! o'x Mrs Joseph Jjoewenstein, Mrs. Tl T Duncan, president of the Par . T.Tpnhers' association, and Mrs. A. I Peterman stred the refreshments, H vr- Peterman being: cnairman in v i irsre of the refreshments. "Judge 1-mx and Josepr LoeiAnste.n and Mr i a Mr Ponder assisted with the ( v and the proup of grls in i hire: of the general arrangements ! l'i i-d Misses Ida. Julia and Luclle jhiti.an and Miss Corlnne Evans. Acu iOA. and Ot.1" lorlick1 'f, Tho Original Malted Milk For Tnf " and Invalids OTHERS am IMITATIONS 1 ! i ! a may have tried many brands of Coffee, but you will say FRENCH LUXURY COFFEE h tbeBESL Republic Coffee Co. WE ROAST IT OTHERS PRAISE IT." We 23 years' experience finding pianos f MILK AND j i CREAM I Use more milk. It is better for 1 you has more food value than I any article of food yon cao use. I But remember, you shook) I drink dean, pure mflfc and i it's worth yoar wbue to iavesh- 1 gate the source of yoor milt 1 3 supply. We would be pleased 1! H tc have yon visit oar dairy. I I El Paso Dairy Co. 1 I THE CLEAN DAIRY 1 I Fbeae 340 I Office: 423 N Oregon Street f IholsumI iSjY3 H Purity Baking Co. , iri; ; , i ILSHlt! V OJTE PRICE At V Oldest Piano House in El Paso. Piano Store ffi j s-jHj tV rrfgijp. ' I.MB6wrWgfSl?tMai Moore Engaged ! Bryant, Of Illinois 1 p. LAIS SD UN. recent war with commission as lien- tenant In the 20th field artillery. He was in several active engage ments and received two wounds dur ing the fighting, from which he re covered. The wedding will take place at 8 oclock on the evening of March 24 at the First Presbyterian church, with Dr. Floyd Poe, pastor of the church, as the officiant. Miss Mar garet Moore will be her sister's maid of honor. After the wedding end reception Mr. Bryant and fats bride will go for a honeymoon trip to New Orleans and other southern points before go ing to Aurora, where they will re side. A jazz band furnished the music for the dancing hours and a cake auctioned during the evening by Jo seph Loewenstein brought $23. Al most S290 was realized as a result of the dnace, A very enjoyable dance was given on Saturday evening by Lloyd and Sam Gillespie at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rupert. 1406 Arizona street. The Ru pert home was attractively decorated with a color scheme of nink and white, the same tints being featured in the ices and cake served. Panchjtea, to his bedside, and his son. Assi sting the hosts in receiving and entertaining were Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rupert, Mrs. W. B. MeCracken, Mrs. Bowman and Mrs. L. C Devlin. Those who enjoyed the evening were Misses Pauline Wallace, Wanda Primm. VIlnAn TWmm AJtAlm. Slas &fi 1U Eileen Prlmm, Addle Bias, Ada Me Cracken, Honer Walker. Temple Walker and Ella Mar Smith, and Rm mett Mossman. Bowers Gardiner. Paul Herbert, Orville Cornwall. Raymond MeCracken, Del Mitchell, George Greiner, Ted Helneman, Don Rooney. Douglas Mason, Herbert Sherwood and the hosts and those assisting. The dance announced to be given In Liberty hall on next Saturday even inir bv the El Paso County Registered i Nurses' association has been post poned on account of the illness in the city. The dance will be given at a'i later date and the evening of Bast erf I Monday. April 5. nas oeen set as raei date for it. Mrs. J. L- Faulkner is chairman of arrangements for the dance Tickets sold for the dance on Saturday evening may be used for the Blaster dance, as the management will be the same. The week-end dance was not held at the Country club on Saturday evening on account of the death of W. It Gaines, treasurer of the board of. directors of the club. ri, K, TS,7Sh C!Z i S3S'.!T-ih.t.,SiS!.S.1SL2?SS2S The dance which was to have been postponed on account of the Alness in the city. Pine Watch em. A fine watch is a possession 'which lends distinction to the wearer, w. little realize how much we depend on our watches. In selecting a watch, durability should also be considered. The Gruen watch Is one on which you can depend for both beauty and re liability. It comes in many styles. The Verithin model is very popular. Ladles find the Green bracelet watch extremely charming in design. We also carry in stock a complete line of other fine watches, amoner which we mention the Howard, Wal- tnam ana jsunn. We would be pleased to show fhem 10 you. W. T. Hixson Co. The Hallmrak Store. Mills and Mesa On the Plaza. Adv. The difference between Schilling Tea and common tea begins at the very time : U 1 :-T.J . For common tea, they ) pick the full -grown tea : leaves. For Schilling Tea, j the young tender leaves. j The young leaf is rich in I tea-flavor. As it grows older, j tannin bt puckery taste jflcvelops, and the tea-flavor 'grows weaker. bj Now you know why common tea has that puck ery taste, and why Schilling Tea is so rich in real tea flavor. There are four flavors of SduIEng Tea Japan, Ceylon -India, Oolong, "Zcgash Breakfast. AUonequaSiy. In pircinyn-Encdmois tare-proof packages. At grocers everywhere. A Schilling & Co San Francisco Sell at Kew York Prices, Plus Transportation. suitable for this "dry" climate. js& A 1 Card Party At Woman's Club Success f From Financial and Social Standpoint ONE of the most successful affairs of the season, both from a finan cial and social viewpoint, was the card party given on Saturday after noon oy tne -art aeparcmeni oi me Woman's club at the Woman's club house. The tables, seating almost 400 guests, were placed in the reception suite of the clubhouse The pretty fittines of the rooms were enhanced by sprays of peach blossoms artistic ally employed in decorations. Fruit punch, made by Mrs. R. M. Dudley, was served throughout the games, and Mrs B. F. Clutter was chairman of the artistic placing of decorations Mrs. Hal Aldridee was chairman of : general arrangements for the charm ing aziair. As a result of the management of the chairman and her efficient com mittees, more than J 200 was added to the club's treasury. The prizes given were beautiful affairs and were ten in number. Other forming committees for the party included Mesdames Hal Chris tie. Horace Broaddas. W. C Harden. L. L. Robinson. F. W. Seward. J. B: Ike Haas, Pioneer El Pasoan, Is 111 f I In Hospital; Children Summoned IKE HAAS, one of the pioneer citi zens of El Paso, is seriously ill at Providence hospital. His daughter, Mrs. Harry Merfeld. has been summoned rrom txreenvme. Sldny. has arrived from Blsbe to be with him. Mrs. Merfeld Is the wife of the Jewish rabbi of Green ville and her husband is also past -tGnVi!ia, ' ai weenviue. I . Mrs. Charles T. Sharp continues her home on orth Brown 1U at street as the result of a nervous breakdown suffered three weeks ago. Mrs. James I. Marr is recovering i rrom an operation perzormea recently at Hotel Lneu and is again at the Marr home on San Antonio street. Maurice Schwartz is able to be out again after a sick spell of a few days. Children Of Confederacy Are To Aid U. D. C. All Heroes' Day Observance IpOKSBXAA BRANCH STONE chap- V ter or tne unuaren or the con federacr met on Saturdav after noon at 2 oclock at9the home of the president. Miss Martha Cole. The minutes of the last meeting were read by Claribel Harper and a re port of the Christmas entertainment given D7 wayne t&Do. The mmln ' e chapter decided t. v Valentine pmrty.on next Sat to urday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Bryan on McKinley ave nue. The members of the chapter witl decorate the rooms for the party and everyone will brim? a valentine. 1 The committee in charge of the ar rangements is jsartna joie, xneima ypiawn, wayne Co do. clarinet Har per. Plans were made for observing All Heroes" day, March 2, and the chapter will cooperate with Wade Hampton chapter of the U. D. C in the enter tainment, which it Is to give in the afternoon. Stories were told of colonial Virginia and sloneer life In the early colonies by the members of the chapter. Letters were read and Mrs. R. Philip Holt. Cornelia Branch Stone chapter will compete for the Florence Goalden Fads medal which is awarded for the best paper on tne me oi jeiierson uavis ifra. HI W. Cole, mother of the host ess, served refreshments of hot chocolate and cookies during the so cial hour. The Susan JJ. Anthony centennial luncheon and the memorial to Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, under the auspices of the League of Women Voters, will be given in the cham ber of commerce grill room on Valentine day, February 14, at 12:10 m. The decorations will consist of spring blossoms in red and white, A large white cake with 100 red candle will adorn one of the tables. Tne itrst part or ine program win be in the form of a memorial to suf frage pioneers, the second part of a lighter nature in keeping with Valen tine day. The program is as follows: Singing of "America by those pres ent, Mrs. Helen Cooper Williams lead ing; invocation. Dr. Floyd Foe; memorial talk, "Susan B, Anthony," Rev. F. M. Johnson, jr.. secretary American Legion; memorial talk. "Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Mrs. J. A. Pot ter; toast. The Outlook,' Mrs. Charles DeGroff; pioneer suffragists in costume singing, "Welcome to Thee, New Born and Free, Pride of the Dawn of a Nation's Great Day," etc, to the tune of Lohengrin's wed- SfAS Mrs. S. J. Fennell Helen, cooper will- Y,ai Aliavrrai a I this feature of the program. Alter smgus oi tnis soxxrage song Dy ue pioneer snxiragtsts, ho Trill give a brief account of each one's history. A modern suffragist will then appear. Those taking part are as follows Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Mrs. Frank Ban. him jsuzaDetn cady Stanton. Mrs. Julia Sharp. Miss Lucretla Mott, Mrs. J. A. Rawllngs, Miss Mary Liver- "vc -g,oa uitc ,. JWau. .axia Fanny Wright. Mrs. E. C. Lane, Miss Lydia Maria ChiWs, Mrs. It a Greer, Mrs. Sarah M. Grimke, Dr. Ida Bishop, Miss M. Carey Thomas, Mrs. G. J. HlUmsn, Miss .Lucy Stone, Mrs. S. J. Fennell; a modern suffragist, Mrs. -nooert U'ownsena. A short talk on "Our Next Gov. 1 ernor" by Walter H. Scott will , then be given. Some novel fea- to'ee' t to.be. disclosed as yet. will follow. Singing of "Auld Lang Syne," by those present, will finish the program. The candidates for governor for the llSth and 12(th legislative dis tricts and all county and district of ficers, with their friends, will be present. The committee on general arrange ments is as follows: Mrs. R. H. Car rington, chairman; decorations, Mrs. J. H. Hirt, chairman; Mrs. J. H. Hurxthal, Mrs. C. J. Hillman. Valen tines, Mrs. K. C Lane, chairman; Mrs. S. J. Fennell. Mrs. R. H. Carrlneton. Mrs. Robert Townsend, Mrs. Evelyn Logan, Mrs. John T. HIM, Mrs. Crit Ichett, Mrs. Alex Ferguson, suffragists in .costume, Mrs. s. J. Fennell; hos tess. Mrs. J. H. Hirt. Mrs. J. H. Hurxthal, Mrs. H. H. Carrington. Mrs. O. A. Critchett will preside at It's a fact that the USe Of alcohol even in moderate doses as taken in tonics is often' habit-forming in effect- SCOTT'S MULSI0N an easily assimilated tonic- . . . ,, - , . ; , nutrient Supplies the body With rnnv MmMt h ..ahIm .& , strength. Free from alcohol or any other harmful element, Scott's batlds strength 1 Sgyr Grant. R. Kohl berg. Van C Wilson, J E. Quaid. Charles B Stevens, Rob ert L. Holllday. W D Howe. A H. Goldstein. James A Pickett. K. B. Ed munds and Joseph HruxthaL The C. J Bridge club met In de lightful session on Saturday after noon, with Miss Marie Biddle as hostess, at the Biddle home. 1723 Rio Grande. The first prize was won by Miss Elizabeth Gale and the second by Miss Gladys Booth. At the close of the games dainty refreshments were served The girls who compose the club include Misses Frances Locke tt, Gladys Booth, Sylvia Rivers, Katberine Earle, Harriett Heermans, Elizabeth Gale, Carolyn Plumb, Katberine Ballard and Marie Biddle. The next meeting of the club will oe witn miss Elizabeth uaie as hostess on next Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Pomeroy will be hostess to the Friday Bridge club on Friday afternoon at the Pomeroy home, on Randolph street. The hour for the club meeting Is 1:30. A Schwartz Is in Hotel Dieu, where he underwent a slight opera tion the latter part of the week. He is improving. Mr. J. Mason Pollard is able to return to her home from Hotel Dieu. where she underwent an operation recently. J. H. Nations is improving from a severe cold, which has confined him to his home for the past few days. Mrs. Will Marr Is recovering from an Illness during which she was threatened with pneumonia. J. Caliaher. a pioneer El F.uo mer chant, is quite ill in his apartments at Hotel Paso del Norte, Miss Irene Reckhart is seriously ill at her home 205 1-2 San Fran cisco street. the luncheon. Reservations are in charge of Miss Jessie E. S. McDonald, MS Uorth Florence street. The Christian woman's board of missions of Austin Park Christian church will meet on Thursday after noon at 2 oclock at the church. The subject of the afternoon will be The Healing of China." and the program to be given follows: Song. "Jesus Saves"; Invocation, Mrs. A. Milton Robinson; business period. Bible study. John, fifth chap ter, first to ninth verses, Mrs. Sam Watson, song. Til Go Where You Want Me to Go"; vocal solo, "Oh, China." Mrs. Rose Young; paper, "The Healing of China," Mrs. S. S. Cass; round table talk. "Facts for the Busy Women and Conditions of Women and Children in China." Mrs. O. J. Wrier; benediction. A social session of 10 minutes will follow the program and refreshments will be served by the hostesses. Mrs. H. M. Crews and Mrs. W. H. Green. At 3:30 the business meeting of the aid society of the church will be held. The Woman's auxiliary of the First Baptist church will meet on Tuesday afternoon at 2:3o oclock in the church parlors. This is the regular busi ness session, postponed from last Tuesday afternoon on account of the women of the church being at that time engaged in assisting with the taking of the religious census. Mrs. Horace Broaddus, Mrs. F. O. Stein and Mrs. 3. Van Den Broeek will be joint hostesses with Mrs. Fuller Swift at a silver tea in aid of the guild of St. Clement's Episcopal church on Tuesday afternoon from 3 until e oclock at the rectory ot St. Clement's, 60S California street. The various circles of the auxiliary of the Central Baptist church will not meet on Tuesday afternoon, as an nounced, on account of the large amount of Illness in the elty. Out of Town Visitors. Mrs. M. W. Sims left Sunday after noon for her home in Bryan. Texas, after a visit of several weeks with her nephew. Iamar Davis, and Mrs. Davis. Mrs. Siimrs visit here was quite filled with social affairs In her honor. Mrs. J. w. Parks has returned to her home In Midland, Tex. after a visit of two weeks as the guest of her friends. Mat and Xn J K. SeMl lo. 3618 Kings Highway. Mrs. Parks was the recipient of numerous social courtesies during ner visit here. Maj and Mrs. W. J. Fewel have as meir guests at the Fewel home Mrs. R. E. MltchelL her dauzhter. M1m uarne ateicair, ana ner son, A. Met- calf. Mr. Metcalf will leave in a f.w days lor the Metealf homo. In Mis souri His mother and sister will remain ror a longer visit. Jars. JSverett XjOng has as her guest at the Long home In Kern Place her sister. Miss Justine McKay, of Taylor." AWTHW JUH JSC&Jiy Will sDesxi tne remainder of the winter as her als. ters guest. She has visited In the city at former times and her vlfttt here will be the occasion of numbers- or social affairs In her honor. Mrs. James R. white and small daughter. Grace, arrived In the city on Saturdav afternoon n rant fmm California to their home in Gtasirow. Kentucky. Mrs. White and her daughter were guests while here of tne iormers cousin. Mrs. A. L. Peter man, at the Peterman heme, "Willow-wood.- in Ysleta. and they left on Sunday afternoon for their nome, go- Ing bv wav of Hav Orlaiu v.. mm ana ner daughter spent the past three months In California visit ing Mrs. White's parents, three broth ers and two sisters. Miss Margaret jiu-uaraouii, 01 Glasgow, wno ac companied her on the trip, remained In California for a longer visit and Will arrive in R1 Ptan ahnnt 1f.v t for a visit to Mrs. Peterman and her El Pasoans Reluming. Vernon X Sullivan returned Sunday .And.. . l..At J A . iV wm a. uuBuqn trip cu ssstft Fe. New .Mexico, and Wichita Falls. Texas. Arthur Thomas "Watts has arrived In the dty to Join his mother. Mrs. Arthur P. Watts. Young Watts has l7na - .ren&eg1fBsn?,'Ser1e " jSESfi. ty-.- SfTJLln Jh,ecliTenr2?1!; to hr, hSm ircen in scnooi at Allen academy. in CanutlUo from Boston ami Kw Tork, and other places In the east. While In New Tork Mrs. Kantor at tended the golden wedding annivers ary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Louis. Lunch Time. After a hard morning the lunch hour finds one In need of a lunch which does not require an extensive search of a menu card. The Bssl- uc .?u a iMiNii snwera ua eeo. J ,s OB,y c and served from li to ' Modern Cafe. Downstairs in the Mills Bldg.- -Adv. Caia Colorado. Surely you have heard how good onr Mexican dishes are. Phone S271 for reservation Adv .1 1 1 Tuesday's Calendar II kjj oocmi cuenu, - ' ' ' '"'' ""L""V MJ RS. ROT DA Via? Mrs. W. W. Fink, and Mrs. George Newell will give atea at the Woman's clubhouse irom 3 u 5 oclock p so. Miss Nancy Edwards will entertain with a tea in the afternoon from 4 Mary Gates Redmond. All day fellowship meeting at Aus- tin Park Christian church Game contest at the Red Cross con valescent bouse at Fort Bliss. The Parents' circle or the First Christian church will meet at 3 a bl clock at the church. The woman's auxiliary of West minster Presbyterian church will hold its regular program meeting at 2:3o p m. at the home of Mrs. W. M. Fairley. SIS River street. The mission study class of the mis- :Ln"Sf,ltL.of..TJiLM"hi?,!ome AmencT. flrrt effort to rival the church. ww,w, nii urn. a . v.F.m. jf. m. mi Y. W. C. A. gymnasium classes from 10 to 11 oclock. Y. W. C A. gymnasium classes for business girls from 7:1S to S:30 oclock p. m. Y. W. C A. aesthetic dancing class for business girls from 7:45 to 8:30 p. m. Y. W. C A. Spanish classes from 7 to S oclock p. m. Riding dosses at Fort Bliss at S oclock a. m. Meeting of the Woman's auxiliary of the First Baptist church af 3:30 ociock in tne church parlors. Silver tea at the nmur nf St Clement's Episcopal church from 3 until oclock In benefit of the guild of St. Clement's. Dr. Dwtght Bradley will give a re view of one of Galsworthy's books at 10 oclock a. m. at the Khaki dub. Dance at 8 oclock in Knights of Pythias hall given by the Knights and Ladies of Security. Dinners and Luncheons. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Laskin were hosts to a dinner of pretty arrange ment given on Sunday in honor ot Leo, Jan and Mlschel Cherniavsky. the three celebrated musicians who gave a recital at the James Graham Mc- rary neme on Friday evening. --y- '-i V-S: lnkann xAnB iL ..,! fr her cousin. Miss Charlln Mayfield. the leading woman of the. company which is annearinir here In "Oh But. Sweet peas are the flowers of deco ration for the luncheon table, and after the service 12 friends of Mrs. Philips will come in to meet Miss Mayfield. ASSERT SOLDIER BROKE WINDOW WITH FIST A hnee date elass window of the Famous Clothing company, 310 East Overland street, was broken by vag rants some time early So mi ay night. according to a report oi the police. Persons livintr In the Mesa hotel in formed the police the window was hroxen oy one oi seven or eignt in toxicated soldiers who stood in front of the store. They said one of the soldiers drove his fist through the window. The police are making an investigation. WARNS AMERICANS TO HAVE THEIR PASSPORTS VISED ThS American consulate In Juarez Is warning all Mexicans coming from the interior of the country that they must have their passports vised at tne nearest American consulate en route. Mr. Dow reDOrts that most of the Mexicans leave this detail until; they reach Juarez. ' Get the Habit Eat Brer JD you n a dollar's worth of beef or a dollar's worth of brer rabbit Syrup. Perhapsyou'd beinterested to know with present food prices tending toward new and dizzy heights that there is just a little better than eight times the "fuel" value heat and energy in brer rabbit that there is in the same purchase of beef. And brer RABBIT is real country made ribbon-cane syrup from the country and so delicious! Pancakes, French toast or even a slice of bread covered with BRER RABBIT are wholesome, and "taste like more." It's the best for children on sliced bread. Health goes with its unexcelled flavor basewfves everywhere know that the came "PENICK&' FOR& ce a food means Always the Best of its Kind,' 22 years of quality. ;r III Misses Elizabeth M Bowen a Success In New York li ?. pws .nm tnm nv Tnrir nf (V -noceas there of two nooular so- - cJety eirlB cf El Paso, whose am- bition led them to seek laurels in the ' .-.. i. Miss Elizabeth Stevens went to New York several months ago to study the art of designing women's costumes. She has studied under the foremost leaders in her chosen field and, with marked success. Already she has re ceived a flattering offer of a good salary from one of the specialty houses- dealing in women's apparel. Some weeks ago Miss Nellie May Bowen joined Miss Stevens 1 New York and the two ambitious young El Pasoans have an apartment on ".r"'"5?iu " "l,r, .".I "ZZ.. Mormngslde drive, not far from the El Paso County Boys and Girls to Enter Good Poultry Contest Seventy-five boys and girls In El Paso county will be given an oppor tunity to join a poultry club and raise chickens this spring In a eon test. Miss Helen Hubbard Swift, chamber of commerce home eeonom- I les demonstrator, nas annoonceo. schools. The State National bank will finance the club. The age for membership Is to be from 12 to 15. Chickens will be Issued to the mem bers in March and April. COMMISSIONERS CONSIDER COUNTY PAVING CONTRACT County commissioners met this aft ernoon In judge E. B. MeCHntoek's courtroom to reconsider the contract for paving the island road. The tax ation and economy committee of the chamber of commerce protested the bid the commissioners awarded call ins' for paving the road with mate rials costing J2-90 a yard and asked tnat tne awaru oe raaae lor uie ma- -.terial which cost S1.49 a vard. The . commissioners then awarded the con- I 'r "ri,1 TSELtSKJ "f f. L"& L,SKffltt.t" "SK Is of much lower quality than the ,z.4 grade. NORTHERN FRANCE SLOWLY .REGAINING OLD PROSPERITY Lille, France, Feb. 9. Perceptible j MWS CVS ivnoiu uic i vsvnvaovJiraa vi northern France is show in reports just made public here. From Feb ruary 1 to December 1. 1919. UM. 000.000 francs were advanced to manufacturers, and nearly 2.4MM,0M. 000 francs were paid a compensa tion for war damages. Seed costing 18.S00.000 francs and fertilizers worth 22.000.000 were bought for farmers, who. in addition received 1 8.000 horses. T. P. A. POST ESTABLISHES HEADQUARTERS AT CHAMBER EI Psso post of the Travelers' Protective association will establish permanent headquarters at the cham ber of commerce. At a meeting held at the chamber of commerce Satur day night an invitation to make its home there was accepted by the traveling mem. Twenty-six new members were elected. Funds for maintaining the head Quarters ar to ha raistd at an en- tertalnment and supper to be given March 27. Rahhi ever stop to think which gives you the more for your money: Stevens and Nellie the master builder of the middle ages. Miss Bowen has demonstrated her ability as a vaudeville artist and will soon appear under the auspices of one of the most successful managers Miss Stevens has designed two won derful costumes for Miss Bowen's Initial performance El Pasoans will follow with friend ly Interest the success of these charming girls Mrs. D W. Fitzgerald, of 70S East Boulevard, left on Saturday after noon fo Covington, Kr- to attend the Ceduide of her fatherinlaw, D. W Fitzgerald. r who Is not ex TMtl to live. Tom Lea left Sunday for a business trip to Marts. Texas. Some Men Pick Peaches, But This One Prefers Trees, Roots and All Diamond thieves, clothing thieves, automobile thlevts and lust "plain thieves" all come within regular pale of police activities. But here Is a class of thief that is baffling -the horticultural thief. Monday morning a plaintive voice greeted Sergt. R. L Castleberry on the telephone "I live at Hammet boulevard and the canal lst night someone got Into my peacb orchard and took IS young trees up by th roots." The police are searching for the thief who could not resist the -ure of the soil or his dreams of luscious fruit. . 14 HENS LAY 13 EGGS A DAY. EASILY DONE Mr. Moore's Hens Lay When Bgss are Scarce. Here's the Plan- -I had been getting S or 3 eggs a day from IS hens. Then 2 commenced putting Don Sung in the feed and am getting 11 to IS eggs a day. with one hen setting. Don Sung Is the best thing I ever found for making hens lay." E. L. Moore. Sit Clayborn St., Danville, Va. Mr. Moore used SO cents worth of Don Sung in January. Figure his profit with eggs selling at around 70 cents a doxen. And this is no better than Don Sung is doing for thousands of others. Accept our offer just as Mr Moore did: Give your hens Don Sung and watch results for one month. If you don't find that it nays for itself and pays you a good profit besides, simply tell us and your money will be promptly refunded. Don Sung (Chinese for egg-laying) works directly on the egg-laying or gans, and Is also s splendid tonic It Is easily given In the feed, improves the hen's health, makes her stronger a.3d more active in any weather, and stsrts her laying Try Don Sunz for 30 days and If It doesn't get you the eggs, no matter bow cold or wet the weather, your money win De refunded oy return mail. Get Don Sung from your drug gist or poultry remedy dealer or send M cents ror a package Dy mail pre paid. Burrel-Dugger Co. 334 Colum bia Bldg.. Indianapolis. Ind. Adv. FBBMFBi.TY-F.VE TB SIXTY A Word of Help to Women oi Middle Age From Mrs, Raney. Morse. Okla "Whea I was 45 year; old Lydia E. Prnfrham's Vege- Bi taoie uompotma carried me through the criti cal period of the Change of Life in safety I am over 60 and nave raised a family of eight children and am ia fine health. My daughter and daughters-in-law recommend vonr 1 Ve g e table Cora- pound and I still tike it occar jnally myself. Yoa are at liberty toose my name if yon wish." Mrs. Aucs RivET, Morse, Oklahoma. Change of Life is one of the most critical periods of a woman's exist ence. Ihi3 good oM-fashioned root and herb remedy may be relied upon toovereomethe distressing symptoms which accompany it and women everywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to carry women so successfully through this trying period as Lydia E. Prak hara's Vegetable Compound. Jf yoa want special advice write to Lydia E. Fmkham Medicine Co., (confidential), Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and an swered by 3 woman and held in strict confidence. BMffl , Dr Edwards Olive Tablets Get at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards Ofive Tablets, the snb rtitote for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the work Peopt- afflicted with bad breath find qtack refief through Dr. Edwards' Ohve Tablets. The pleasant, sczar-coated tablets are taken for bad breath by a! who know them. Dr Edwards Cr&reTabfets act gen Uy bat firmly on the bowels and hver. stimulating them to natural action, deanng the blood 2nd gently pnnfymg the entire system. They do that wkca dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. All the benefits of nasty acfcmne. Ermine cathartics are derivrd from Dr Edwards' Ofive Tablets without rrinn&pamor anyrSsagreeabtr effects. Dr F M Edwards discovered the tormuta after seventeen years ot prac tice among patients yfffictcd with bowel and Ever crrnpfainr. with the attendant bad breath. OKVe Tablets are "purely a vegetable compound -moed with olive oi: you wfll know them by their olive color. Take one 01 two every night for a week and note the effect Kk-and 25c S. DO THIS- 'J When the Children Cough, Rub Musterok on Throats and Chests No telfing how soon the symptoms naydevefop into creep, or worse. And then'3 when you're glad yoa have a jar of Mosterole at hand to give prompt, sure reKei. It does not hSster. As first aid and a ort?fn remedy. Mosterole is excellent. Thousands of mothers know it. Yoa should keep a jsr in the hoase, ready for instant use. It is the remedy f ex adults, tea. Re lieves sore throat, bronchitis, trmsiliris; croc?, ft iff cede, jrefTimn. neczalgxa, heaitarftp. congestion, pleurisy, rhen matwr lumbago, p and of back or joints sprain sere mnsdes, chilblains, frosted feet and colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 20c and 60c jars; hospital size SSX Fevered Joints from Influenza BAUME ANALGSIQUE BENGUE Brings circulation and quick relief. Drug stores have it. Tnos. I-rmlnc & Co N. T. GRIP, IHFLOEKZJl Hamlin's Wizard Oil a Rcilafeta, Antiseptic PravanUv Dnrief influenza epidemics Spray the nose and throat several times x. day with one part Wizard Oil and two parts water, asms an atomiser. If yoa haven't an atomizer, gargls the throat and snnff the mixture op the nose. This treatment sets op aa antiseptic wall of defense against "Fin" germs. Chest colds and sort throat lead to grip. Stop then at once with Wizard Oil before they can develop into dangerous influenza. Get it from druggists for 30c If not satisfied, return the bottle and get yoar money bade Ever constipated or have sick head ache? Jnst try Wizard Liver Whip yleasant little pink pill TCc at draff. cists. Guaranteed. yig No Soap Better For Your Skin Than Cuticura V' ly? by nourishment. ScsttkZewnt.StooaScli,X.. - ,ciB3BBaBlHEBaBBaBI,,,aBB3iaBHOSIBaBBBBUaBBlBBiaBnBH 1alllSllBlElBMMMMaiEMHMMBllBMllMMMMMlMMlMBlEMMl Want Kodaa I dara. Adv. nnlsbirjs See Gan- SmsioUmcIi (Eon,CistiiMBt.TkeB3tO fr WlfsNfA. lUBs.aLAtl.