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Friday, Feb. 20, 1920. S Y. W. C. A. Minstrels At Crawford Prove A Most Entertaining Affair 'put, i W C A. minstrels show, pr- X "nted Thursday evening at tbe Crawford theater was successful f-ozn eery standpoint. It was suc- essful because it Ttas funny anl as ierl presented as a successful mnstrW show must be, and it was uccssful because practically every ;at i ih Crauford was filled The girls were madeup into black) 'aces with klnk wiers and ridiculous i oturoes until they all tookett like i -ofessionals The "end men." Mrs. V T-vton Pavne and Mrs. Kdna Nash, were fine, especially Mrs. Payne, who ad a familiar easy way of appearing n 'tr- an absolute lack of self con--,oun"5 that won her many en ores. Southern melodies bv "the rark ". to sextet" composed of Mrs. Jorinne Miller, Mrs. P J. Gustat. Mtss Loraine Lacy. Miss Bertha Tur ner Mrs. L. V. Cobb and Miss Lucille Mack were enjoyed. Mis Barbara Worcester was clev t in presenting Tell Me Why." Miss Lucille Slack sang "Tulip Time The a Can't Go to Sleep Till Mammy Jlnm Comes Home," was given by Alias Loraine Lacy and the chorus. Others contributing Interest fsr so- lo WPr 1fr. TWL ffn Um Va. Iiant Prague and Mrs. P. J Gustat. ' The second part of tbe performance n. s a ery esthetic interpretation of iie awakening of sprinar. commencing with the heralds of spring. Mfaa Eva l n? Stedham and Lois Geddes. fol 'owed by a dance of the God of N ure Pan. by Miw Klolse Knott airie; of spring symbolic of sprins f oners and foliage. Interpreted h i number of tlnv little girls. proJ '"specially dellghtrul Miss Carol Cox '"n was prettv in her dance Th ' nt of Spring" Mr K M. Sanders i timg olo was much appreciated Those taking part in the minstrels were Lucille Slack. Mary Hodgkinson V'ada Callahan. Kitty Tinnon. Nell Turner Barbara Worcester, Mrs. no nnne Miller, Mrs. Helen Weisler Mrs Jack Ackermati, Mrs. Ruth Gay. Mrs. L. Cobb. Margaret Gun ton. Valiant league, Kose Kictiards. juiiiaa tfeii Josenbine Roberts. Florence Favier. Run Sum mil. Mae Sumrall, Temple A alker. Honor Walker Guadalupe Martinez. Mrs. Bess Hall, Mrs. KuDy Roberts. Helen Howard. Jessie Dar raeh, Mrs- Roy Colburn. Miss Lucille co i hum, mh F J. unstat, Jdrs. u. Gustat. A delightful feature of the urogram was Miss Beatrice Hillia and Ann Chase in a little sketch full of socks and jokes, which the oung women handled cle erl v. Mrs: Joseph A. Deane in sereral -ocaI selections accompanied at the Piano by Joseph jurans. was a treat A scene in the T. W. C A. lobby, in troducing representatives of the as sociation by Miss Estrella Hailey at the piano was another good feature Mies Nina Lockie and her exia pone gave a fine touch to the pro gram. The program wa arranged under the direction of Miss Estrella Hailey SEE OLD, FADED GARMENTS TURN NEW : Saturday's Calendar "Diamond Dyes" Add Years of Wear to Discarded Garments In Local Society I w fEDDIVG at 3 30 oclock p m. at Tnnirv Methodist church of Al--vah Ben Swain andTMiss Danella Mfenrk. n asbmgton s birthday anniersarv e brat ion in the evening at Liberty ! all Mrs J W Qulglys bridge party In i e afternoon at the Quigly home ha (ompnment to Mrs P C Buffington. A eekend dance at the Community Sen ice club -rmnasium classes at the T W C for girls from 10 to If years old rom 1 to 2 oclock Saturday after noon oynsrasium classes at the Y W. C for gtrls from 6 to 12 years old in V f morning from 9 30 to lt.30 Mothers' class and primarv depart mnt of the Sunday school of the First Methodist church will entertain fcr the mothers, teachers rnd new mem ber of the class in the afternoon Tance n the ereninr at the Worn- ins Hubhouse given by the new So . ial ciub beginning at 8 45 oclock. Mwtnp of the Ceremonial flab at oclock p m at No 10 Palms court. Out of Town Visitors. r e Lewis, special agent of the i .urr department, fas here from San ntonio for a visit of a month to his ,u filter iSra. Theodore Foster Mr and Mrs Ed V illiams, of Ma r ma MTico. are stopping for a visit n the cm en route east and while hrr are guests at Hotel Paso del Norte T L. Muliins of Deerfield. Kansas. V ft Thursday for hfs home after a ms r o hi sister Mr. R. M Williams At her home on Pershing Drive ilr A I'ims is a produce dealer of Jeer- Mr ana Mrs. X G Bochox are here from Ranger. Tex for a vfatft of sev ml weks. They are gu at of Mrs. arotine H. Iox. at her home, on ' pson a enue Mr and Mrs. Buchos 1 ed here prior to going to Ranger and fca-e man friends here and Mrs Dayton C Pane directors were Miss Edna and Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter BuMnes Harm an Be Careful Wliat You Wash Your Hair With GIMBEL'S CASH GROCERY Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali which Is very lniiirious. as it dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle. I The best thing to use is Mulaified ( cocoanut oil shampoo, lor tnis is pare and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap and beats anything else all to pieces. Too can get this at any druR tore, and a few ounces will last the whole family for months. Rimnlv moisten the hair with ater and rub It in. about a teaspoontul is all that is required, it maaes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, clenases thoroughly, and rinses out easil The hair dries quickly and evenly, and is soft, fresh lookinK, briprht. fluffy wavy and easy to hmiiip RiHn it loosens and takes opt e ery particle of dust, dirt and "dandruff Adv Corner Hneco and Copia Street. Our Regular Prices Don t worry about perfect results. t se "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to . Eire a new. rich fadeless, color to any fabric, whether it be wool. silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts, children s coats, feathers, draperies, coverinsrs The Direction Book with each pack age tell so plainly how to diamond dye over any color that you can not make a mistake. To match any material, hare drug gist show you "Diamond Dye' Color Card. Adv. Doctors Recommend Eon-Qpio for the Eyes Physicians and eye specialists pre scribe Bon-Onto as a safe borne remedy in the treatment of eye troubles and to I refund ecarantee by all druggists. EXTRA SPECIAL FOE SATURDAY 6 CANS OF PORK AND BEANS 25c. Uny for Cah and Par Le. City Market Grocery n. O. nitATTSTIlOJI. Saturday MEAT Specials Beef Round, lb .., 25c BeeiLora,Ib 28c Beef Rump, pound 22e Beef Rib, pound 22c Beef Stew, pound 15c St Charles Milk (tall) . .15c Carnation Milk (tall) 15c Cream of Wheat Flow, 24-pound $1.78 Cream of Wheat Flour, 6-pound 48c American Beauty Flour, 24-pound 52.10 Dried Prunes, pound 24c Dried Aprieott, pound. . 30c Dried Applet, pound 27Vzc Artesia Peat, 2-pound 15c Armour's Corn, 2-pound. .12Vc Post ToatBes 12c Arondale Oats (family size) 33c Pink Beans .pound 9c Armour's Salmon (Chums) taH 18c TTUT MATH1 Tf1 ft IT 1 . ' XJIUTU y ,B,li3ZLCiU itTXiicr A wn TrrrniroT i Quickly Regain Health, Strength, Energy, and Ability by Taking 3 Grain Cadomene Tablets. The ery Best Tonic Sold bv All Druggists. Advertisement. Fresh Ranch Eggs, dozen. 50c Parties. It beirg the fifth wedding animer sarv of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hall, & surprise part as siren them ot "W ednsdav evening at thlr borne. "" Bisbee street, by their friends Th evening was spent with games and musical numbers, after which re freshments were served. Those pres ent were Mr and Mrs Hall. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Hmdricks. Philip Rear Jon Mr and Mrs. R. H. Brown, Mrs. I J Rav, Mr and Mrs S B. Spinka, l - Ferguson, M iss Glenn Kelley, Horace Keardoo. John Coopec and i rank Reardon I B Ask Your Grocer for Hj 1 in BB a Tip Top II 1 RRRAD m sji Si H1 Made by Hi Purity BaMng Co. ' e mi Saniage, pound ..w.,.17c "" Hamburg Steak,, lb 17c Corned Beef, ponnd 15 & 20c Pork Shoulder Roast, lb. .25c Pork Leg Roast 32c Pork Chopi, pound 35c lellow lam Potatoes 5c lr!h Potatoea. four pounds ZZc Lanrr Ben Davis Apples, three pounds for.... S Our variety Is large. Onr qual ity Is best. Onr prices the lovfest. I) L. Crlffln V. lJoncnn FRENCH MARKET 704 East San Antonio Street tlty Market Building. ALTA VISTA MARKET A. M. ROBINSON, Proprietor in Gimbel's Grocery Phone 2905 Free Deliyery Specials for Saturday Faney- Beef Hib Sleir, peund ...15e Fancy eal Rib Steir, pound. .............. ...lKe Fjncy leal irolied) Roast ............ ......e Kanry Beet Rib BoillnR Meat, pound lSe Sirifts Premium Skinned Haras, one-balf or irhole. pound. .....35c lMIion'i Ceriiffed Skinned IFnms, one-aalf or whole, pound.. ..3Se rmonr's Star Skinned llama, one-aalf or -rrhole. pound. .......380 lVIIsens Baeon. ,pound ............. .49e We will haTe plenty of Fresh Fuh and Salt Mackerel throughout the Lenten Season. Though v e have the most beautiful place of its kind in the country, OUR PRICES WILL BE THE LOWEST on the highest grades of Fresh Vegetables, Pure and Wholesome Fruits and Nuts. ONE OF OUR GRAND OPENING SPECIALS: THE VERY BEST POTATOES 4c PER POUND 5 lbs. to tbe customer. Large Arizona Grape Fruits 5c Each Mee and Julry. THE FRUIT NOT AND VEGETABL Stall 16 City Market. Maurice Scher. About El Pasoans. S S Swihart has moved from 111 St.-ens avenue to 3007 Memphis slreei Mr and M& A. T Kead have moved from 347 Tnlarosa street to 1902 1'rospect Miss E Campbell has moved from tbe Hotel Lindon to 211 West Rio . ramie street. Mjss Anna Bell Gray daughter of lr and Mrs. J B. Gray, of 14W Elm street, is confined to her bed with an j-ittack of influenza Pearl of Rare Beauty. We hae just received a new ship ment of indestructible pearls which ar- very beeotifnl. The graduated sizes enable yon to select a necklace ,of grraceful symmetry and exquisite beauty T e will be very pleased to T ae ou see tnem Silberbergr Bros. Mesa Are. at Texas St The mere thought of buying; a Dia i lond should suraest Silberberar's. d Enjoy a Holiday. It is a great pleasure to be free 'torn tbe constant planning of meals, j-articularlv for Sundavs and holi ustya. By dining here they are much 'nore enjoyable. Onr extensive menu nablei jou to choose a meal which will satisfy the most fickle appetite. 1 h? pries are reasonable Modern Cafe. Downstairs in the Mills BIdg Rdv. Saturday Specials At Everybody's Market STALLS 14-15 la the New City Market Build in?. Here are some Specials for Saturday: SPECIAL ON VEAL . eal ItOnnd Boast ... . Z5c feal Shoulder . . 17He Veal Cnopa Oc and ZSe Order Your Matzos Special on Beef .ITHe Millinery Mm e. Segall. J05 N Kan pas ,ew and renovated hats made. d (boulder Tlonnt, pound. Konna steals pound . . ssc Special oa Pork Pork Shoulder, ponnd. ..2Gc Iec of Pork pound 35c Pork Loin or Chops ...35c THIS IS A UNION MARKET H. Zlabovsky, Mgr. I'kone 291. Golden Cow Butter Shop Golden Cow Batter 80c Freii Yard Egg 65c FreA Cottage Da3y, pkt 25c Sweet ySk (rich Jersey) qaart 20c Freia Battermily Da3y, quart 10c TR OUR QUICK LtTNCW AXD MEXICAN DIsnBS.' 209 Meta Phone 1479 Levy Grocery Company Undersell AU Otbers SWIFT- SWIFT- SWIFT- SWIFT Pli.iir MS sad 3M FREE UEtIrBRV 41S-S0 East San Antonio SPECIAL NOTICE This Company sells goods at CASH and CAERY prices and delivers your goods free of charge. Phone your orders and SAVS MONEY and time. v5?e mvite you to call and be convinced of these facts ca t4 SATURDAY IS SWIFT'S DAY AT THOMPSON'S Cfl Special representatives of Swift & Co. will be at our store tomorrow supervising a special display of the complete line of Swift's Products. This will be a most interesting display for the economical housewife who appreciates real quality in foodstuffs and who wishes to learn of the superior quality of the following Swifti items: ca Premium Hams Premium Bacon Premium Sliced Bacon Premium Smoked Tongues Premium Dried Beef Intides Prcmram Cooked Hams Empire Picnic Hams Dixie Bacon Squares Premium Pure Lard Silyerleaf Pare Lard Baked Luncheon Loaf Ashland Cooked, Specialty Minced Luncheon Specialty Premium Beef Cooked Tongue Brookfield Sausage Premium Frankfnrts Premium Bologna Pickled Pig Feet Premium Oleomargarine Gem Nut Butter (colored and uncolored) Brookfield Butter Brookfield Cheese Eggs Maxine Elliott's Toilet Soap Vulcan Pumice Soap White Laundry, Soap Wool Soap Wool Soap Flakes Snnhrite Cleanser Pride Washing Powder H 05 H 3 Since the opening of the world war the price of pure lard has been so high that the public, in a taeasare, has become accustomed to using sub stitutes, with a varying degree of satisfaction. Within the last few weeks there has been a big decline in the price, of pure lard. You can now buy Swift's Silver Leaf Pure Lard at the following prices: 1-lb. net cartons 30c 2-lb. net paiL 63c" 5-lb. net jail $1.54 10-lb. net pail $3.00 The aboTe quotations are on abaolntely frenh ntotk. It la commonly known from the experience of chefs and other experts In the culinary art that In order to secure the desired result one has to pe 33 percent mare substi tute than pure lard. This economy alone should dictate the use ol pure lard. lea will fled onr delicatessen department especially well prepared to serre your needs along this line for Washington Birthday. Onr stock of jcro cerles fruits, etc Is such, as will Interest yon and the prices most certainly win attract you. THOMPSON'S Cash & Carry- 408 North Oregon Street Delicatessen AU northbound cars stop at Thompson's. J SWIFT- -SWIFT- SWIFT- SWIFT PURE FOOD The more the Hygienic Value of pure foods is understood the greater our business grows. This day and time people realize the importance of purchas ing their food products where quality prevails. With the immense volume of business our six stores are enoying enables us to purchase in large quantities, and naturally we buy our goods cheaper. You are guaranteed fresh goods, as goods do not stay on our shelves any length of time. Saturday Specials 6 lbs. Fancy Valley Yams for 7y 25c Strictly Yard Eggs, per dozen : 55c 2 Nice Crisp Lettuce for 15c 5 Bars Lenox Soap for 25c 4 Bars Bob White Soap for lT:.- 25c CRISCO SALE One-pesnd Can Crisco 33c 1-pound Can Crisco 59c Three-pound Can Crisco 99c Six-pound Can Crisco $1.95 TaD Van Camp's and Labi's VOL 14c Quart Can Mazala Oil, per can 79c ' Frre-ponnd Sack Schumacher Health Flear . .35c Raman Beaaty Apples, per poad 16c One-posnd Cans Seal Coffee, per can 65c Three pounds Green Coffee for $1.00 Three-pound Carton Crusade Coffee, oa sale 51.50 3 Vic-ounce Jar Prnksto Cheese, each. . . 25c Four-ounce tins Phoenix Swiss Cheese, each 35c 1-M. Phoenix Pineapple Cheese, each 51-25 ETaperated Peaches, per pound 25c Bakery Department Have you tried some of that good American-Maid and Golden Krust Bread? Our Bakery Department is full of good things to eat baked by the New Tri-State Bakery. You will find all kinds of Pies, Doughnuts, Cream Puffs, Fancy Cakes and French Pastries. Enter a loaf of American Maid Bread on your order Saturday. You will like it Meat Specials Kansas City Fresh Pork Pork Loins, half or whole, per pound 35c Pork Chops, per pound .;. 38c Fresh Pork Ribs, per pound 39c K. C. Corn-fed Beef Fancy Shoulder Roast, per pound 25c Fancy Shoulder Arm Roast, per pound 28c Fancy Prime Rib Roast, per pound 35c Faccy Prime Rib Roast (roled) per pound. .42c Brisket Stew, per pound 29c Milk-fed Veal Veal Shoulder Roast, per pound 25c Veal Shoulder Arm Roast, per peaad 2Sc Veal RoBed Pot Roarf, per pound 39c Veal Brisket Stew, per pound -. 28c HAM SALE Morris & Co.'s No. 1 Sugar Cured Skinned Hams 10 lb. average per lb. 32c Open Saturdays Until 6:30 Standard Stores '& Markets All Over Town One In Your Neighborhood DID YOU KNOW That you can buy Pure Hog Lard for less than you can buy Compound Lard? We offer ARMOUR'S SHIELD BRAND PURE LARD 2 lb. (Full Weight Tin) :c...,. :... ...63c 5 lb. (Full Weight Tin) . ,, - $1.54 10 lb. (Full Weight Tin) ..... .-. ...... $3.00 On our shelves there are over 1500 items arranged in an Orderly arid Systematic manner, making it Easy and Pleasant to shop for Groceries in a Piggly Wiggly. Here Are A Few of Them. EVERYDAY PRICES ARE YOU PAYING MORE? A GOOD SORGHUM SYRUP Farmer Jones No. 1 Tin 29c Farmer Jones No. 2 tin 29c Farmer Jones No. 5 tin. .58c Farmer Jones No. 10 tin $1.10 Geld Bar De Luxe Plums, No.2tin 28c Gold Bar Sliced Peaches, No. 2 tin 34c Geld Bar Spinach, No.2tin 17c A DELICIOUS TREAT Pecan Valley Peanut Butter, 14-ounce glass 37c GEDNEY'S REAL PICKLES Sneet Gherkins. 28-oz. . .37c Sour Gherkins, 28-oz 34c Chow Chow, 20-oz 39c Sweet Relish, 20-oz 39c Red Dart Tomatoes, 15-oance tk 10c LENTEN SPECIALTIES Beyer's Oysters, No. 2 tin 26c Codfish (boneless) 14b. box 31c Barataria Shrimp, No. 2 fia 32c L2by,s Salmon: Red Alaska, 1 fi. flat. . . .29c Red Akska, 1-lb. taH. . . .26c Red Alaska, J-fc. fkt 17c Happyrale Pink, 14b. taH 19c Happyrale Pink, 1A-4b. fkt 12V4e Booth's Sardines in Oval Tins Spiced, 15-oaace 21c Toaato Sauce, 15-ounce, 21c Mastard Saace, lS-oz. ..21c Heme Ran Sardines k Tomato Saace, No. . .8Vc Dunham's Shredded Coceasat 1-posad package 49c Vi-ponnd package 25c V-i-peond package 13c Cookiag Figs, per pound. 25c HOUSE NECESSITIES Old Dutch Cleanser. ... 8c Snnhrite Cleanser 5c 29 Male Team Borax, 1 peasd 13c Argo Lump Starch, H?. HVzc iTery Soap, small. . . 8c Fairy Soap, smal Sc Armas's Pare Glycerine Soap ojc P. & G. Naptha Soap. .SVzc LUX Soap 12c Waldorf Toilet Paper. 9c Johnson's Prepared Wax, paste er Eutd 59c Eddy's Starch, large pkj. 25c If you are not yet a customer, we suggest that you ask your friends and neighbors what they think of The Piggly Wiggly. We are willing that you take their judgment. PIGGLY WIGGLY THREE CONVENIENT STOEES. 511 E. San Antonio St No 204 Mills St. No 911 N. Piedras St.