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EL PASO HERALD I CoL Langhorne Honored At Dinner; I I Occasion His Birthday Anniversary rOU GEORGE T. LANQEHORNE. commanding officer of the Eighth ca7airy, was nonor guest at an elaborately appolated dinner siren on Monday evening at the officers' clubhouse at Fort Bliss by the officers or me regiment in honor or his birth dav anniversary and an entire sur prise to him. The tables for the service, one long one. surrounded by smaller ones, were elaborately decorated with hasta daisies and roses forming an immense horseshoe In the center of 'he table, where tbe honor guest was ated. A handsome silver cup from the regiment was presented to CoL Lansr- i-orne with words of appreciation and pood wishes. CoL Langhorne re sponded with a happy speech of gratl--ude. Gen. Robert L. Howxe gave a oast to CoL Langhorne as did also "ol. Charles Symmonds. of the Seventh cavalry. CoL H. L. Newbolt. of the 82nd field artillery, and Lieut. CoL Robert J. Reaney. of the Eighth cavalry Several of the officers of the regiment gave toasts and words of congrs t ulations. Numbers of army folk were present and ether guests Included Mr. and Mrs. R. Bnrt Orsdorff. Hisses Enid and Marion Ainsa, Alzina and Bertram Orndorff and Miss Mildred Rogers. By OLLIE r. LAXSDEN. MaJ. B. H. Burgher, of the 82nd field artillery, and Mrs. Burgher have returned to the post after an absence of three months spent in New Mexico where MaJ. Burgher was en gaged in re raiting duty. Since their return their quarters have been the center of much social activity, a num ber of affairs being given as a wel come home to them. Mai- and Mrs. Burgher themselves entertained at dinner at Casa Colo rado on Saturday evening for a group of their znenos. me aecorattons and service were of the patriotic motif In ddent to Independence day and cov ers were placed for Capt. and Mrs. Guy Dosher. Lieut, and Mrs. Harri son Finley. Lieut, and Mrs. Edward Cork ill, Capt- and Mrs. Walter Buck ley. MaJ. Stanley Bacon. Capt. Henry Shaw. Capt. J. Harm, and Lieut. Giles MerrilL After the dinner service the guests spent the remainder of the evening dancing at the roof garden of Hotel Paso Del Norte. In honor -of the return of MaJ. and Mrs. Burgher. Lieut, and Mrs. Harri son Ptaley gave a happyily informal tea at tnetr Quarters in thr szna new artillery .garrison on Sunday evealng. Salads, Ices and pakes were served and the guests Included besides MaJ. Mrs. A. H. Kraft To Give RtnMn Tp I . - w vwa , w e Mrs. Lair d, Of New York I TT nonor mg QUITE the smartest affair of the week will bo the studio tea on Saturday afternoon given by Mrs. Alfred H. Kraft to compliment her sister. Mra Gilbert Laird, of New York city, who arrived on Snnday for a visit of several weeks to her. The receiving hour is S oclock and SO guests both of army and civilian so ciety have been bidden to the conr- t..V fl. Um T sl.u, Y.1. . .v-., .w. o. .iiu. jjuui men ana women are Included in the En est list. .u duiur win do given in Airs. r PllSk ,v tKm Going Bathing; rpHE bathing girl will be 'delighted with the trim smartness of our bathing footwear. Comfortable, serviceable styles in a complete variety of the newest and most attractive designs in high shoes and slippers. The new swimming pools, which are very nearly ready for that plunge, will require you to have a pair of bathing shoes of some hind. and Mrs. Burgher. Lieut, and Mrs. Edward CorkilL Capt and Mrs. L. rblV.ft T.f.nt Ta.1t I1mL..UJ - Lieut. Barnes. . Another party to be enjoyedvby the .ni b'vuj wiui UJC OUDIIIOO 0 JS1S3 Dorcas Anne Payne and Miss Virginia v.ro nm uo cuictumea mis eve- ""- -j v. muu jura, ug; unser. - van wui icave me post in me afternoon for a horse back canter and - tsiuiu ttL uciwtk to a dinner to be given at the Dosher quarters. joja um ouirw oiaumaao, ox ine lower valley, spent the weekend with Miss Bloise Golden. A number of mann during her visit, notable "owu6 wuicu wttji me dinner party given Saturday by Miss Golden at her home. The red, white and bine color Kraft's apartments, filled with art treasures and heirlooms, in Sherwood Studio, 418 Pewel street. Mrs. Laird has visited In the city at former times and has many friends to extend her a weloome back. Many El Pasoans visiting in New York have had the pleasure of being en tertained by Mrs. Laird and her hus band In the Laird New York home, and as during former visits, numer ous social courtesies will be given for her during her present visit here. motif was artistically featured In the decoration. Those present were Misses Ruth Stahmann. honoree; Lu cille Ayers; Marguerite Anderson, Vivian Brown. Nellie Hargrove. Isa bel Smith, Etipha Wright, Elolse Golden and Mrs. Golden. One of the prettiest of the Fourth of July affairs was the luncheon given by Miss Betty Satford for a group of friends. The patriotic Idea was featured in the decorations of the Safford home and the flowers selected to decorate the reception suite and table service were red and white sweet peas. Red candles In silver holders added further to the dainty details. Covers were placed for Misses Patty Ainsa, Margaret Ormsbee. Marjorie Pew. Lois Layn, William Piatt. Anie Beauchamp, Paul . Anderson. Jack Rapper. Mr. Chatter ton and the hostess. Artesia Club Celebrates The Fourth I With Picnic Supper at Harper Home Slippers, (decolors Shoes, all colors . ...85c, $3 '50 $150, $4.50 THE Anesla club, composed of for. 1 mer residents of Artesia. N. M, who now live in the city, cele- cratea tne .Fourth or July with a picnic suoper on the lawn of Mra Oraa Haroer. 2627 Portland RtreetL The celebration vas an informal fam ily aiiair ana. oesiaes the supper, with the music and the readtne hv Mrs. L N Corrington of several orig inal poems oy jar. uornngton. to gether with reminiscences of other Fourth of July celebrations, the time for goodnight came all too oon- Mrs. D. J. McCanne was elected president of the club for the comlnir year and Mrs. L. G. Hadley was elected secretary and treasurer. Those present besides the hostess and her sons. Oscar and Herman, were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Daugnerty and three children. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hale and daughters. Helen and Donnie. Mr. and Mrs. L N. Corrington and family. Mra Chlsm and her daughter. Lois. Mr. and Mrs. L, G. Hadley. Mr. and Mrs. RalDh Hadlev and Mrs. Hadleys sister, Mrs. Charlsle Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Murray and son, Robert. Mrs. D. J. McCanne, the Misses Bishop and Mr. Cone. It was regretted that some of the family circles were of necessity broken. D. J. McCanne being in Den ver on business, Paul Hale at a mine in Arizona preparatory to becoming a mining engineer, and William Mur ray en route to Havana, Cuba, In the employ of the Western Union Tele graph company On Mondsy morning a hiking party left the Bull residence on North Kansas street and went to the mesa for breakfast. The party Included Misses Myrtle, Bertha and Maud BulL Mabel McCall. Lois McCalL Ruby and Mildred Vermillion. Josephine and Louise Beach. Mildred Bishop. Okie Morris, Mary Lee Miller, Lola McChes ney. Bra Workman and their escorts Ed Walker, Chaste Heck. J. C Clink- scales, Charlie' Miller, Robert Page Meyers. Paul Puckett. c W. Water man and Hubert Knhn. I Mary Elizabeth Pelham Gives Dancing Party On 13th Birthday Anniversary 1H celebration of her 11th birthday anniversary. Mary Elizabeth .Pel ham gave a delightful dancing party on Monday evening at the Woman's clubhouse for her vonntr friends. The three reception rooms were opened together for the enter tainment or tne guests and mantels. tables and windows held vases and bowls of Shasta daisies, marigolds and other flowers of tbe season. Punch was served In the hall from a table lace covered and decorated with flowers. Mr. and Mrs. C L. Pelham, parents of the hostess. Dr. and Mrs. James A. Pickett, her uncle and aunt, and Mrs. Winston Pettns assisted Mary Bllza befib. in receiving and entertaining the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Halle tt Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. I Informal Card Parties Are Proving Most Popular Diversion Of The Week INFORMAL card parties are the most popular diversions on the social calendar for the present week. This morning a number of parties took place, while others are forming the pleasant pastime for the afternoon. The members of the B. B. S. club, with a few additional guests, were en tertained on Tuesday morning at the quarters of Capt- and Mra C. D. Horne, la the 82d field artillery, with Mrs. Horne as hostesa The reception rooms, cool and Inviting, were deco- t ! - i ! I ; i I ' . 1 genuim jPfl iP I canaiiora mpgiM : I I HIH!HpKissr' rSisi i m I tr irti "HTI & nn lf tci? ti 3ifes J U jnie jujuiar is &m i on ieedl ss Bl Balance payable $1.00 per week. llB I GET ONE NOW , E H Have Music XAH Siinmmoii" WM HI Plays any Victor record as it should he played, without fooling lfj I S 1 With "attachments9' 111 I VICTROLA VL $35.00. jjjj HI I VT3l 309 North Oregon Mills Building. ilB B I r4 Walter T. Blackwell. Ow-ner. S Rudolph were the other grownups present. The patriotic motif In honor of the season of July 4 was artistically fea tured in the refreshments of red, white and blue ices, each one bearing a lone star moulded In the center. A great white birthday cake decorated with 13 miniature American flags was cut and served with the ices and contained the traditional ring, thim ble and darning needle. Miss Pelham cut the first slice of cake and Miss Nancy Pettus cut the second. An Interesting fact is that Miss Pettus celebrates her birthday anni versary on the same date with Miss Pelham, the occasion also was her 13th birthday anniversary. Fifty enests were bidden to the evening's pleasant hospitality. rated with fragrant flowers. Salads and ices were served at the conclusion of the games. The members of the B. B. S. club include Misses Catherine Dick. Marion Howe, Frances Oppen helmer, Nancy Beall Williams. Mar garet Neff, Lenna Robinson. Mildred Rogers, and other guests asked to enjoy the games were: Misses Nellie May Bowen, Virginia Morse, Bnrtram Orndorff, Mrs. L. B. C Jones and Mrs. W. R. Wright, jr. A delightful card party of the aft ernoon was given by Miss Sadie Ruth Aldrldge at the AJdzidge home. In Sunset Heights, when she enter tained the members of the Tuesday Morning-Friday Afternoon Bridge club and a number of additional guests. Shasta, daisies and pink roses made fragrant the interior of the Al- aridge home and, alter the games at Lhe tea hour, a menu of dainty ap pointing was served. Including salad, hot rolls, tea and tees. Mrs. Hal Al drldge assisted her daughter with the hospitality of the afternoon, and the guests Included the club members. xLLSBes iuuHnae wniie, .nary Ha goffin, Aletha Coffin, Jane Knight. Marjorie Gooch. Mary Hale, and ihe following asked in for tbe afternoon: Misses Verna Altman, Margaret Neff, Marion Howe, Olive Davis, Genevieve xMumeii. nato senwartz, Anne Ma goffin, Virginia Qirard. Lenna Rob inson, Mary Caples, Pauline Myers, Alzina and Bur tram Orndorff, Helen Murdock, Louise Kettler, Frances Op penbeimer. Nolle Boomer. Nancy Wil liams, Gladys Boot, Elizabeth and Katherine Reaney. Louise Green. '""outo raar , jtamenne ijick. jane Surges and Mrs. S. W. Ratherford. Another Interesting card party of the afternoon is being given by Miss Alzina Orndorff in entertaining the members of the Fort Bliss Bridge club at the Orndorff home. In Rich mond Terrace. The reception suite of the home is fragrant with pink roses and piak la utilized In other de tails for the affair. Salads and leee were served at the tea hour. The guests present for the afternoon In clude: Mrs. P. R. Upton. Mrs. George Dillman. Mrs. Walt.r Ttnhlv -u X!7lltlA. .-.. u n ....f TZ ..,.., ftKA, & xi. a. nut, jars. Robert Colvln, Miss Elizabeth Rea ney Mrs. L. B C. Jones. Mrs. Hale Cheshire and Mrs. -W. R. Wright. Jr. Miss Orndorff is assisted In enter taining by her sister. Miss Bnrtram Orndorff. The Girls Bridge club will be en tertained on Friday morning by Miss Nellie May Bowen and numerous other card, parties are to begiven dar ing the week. MORE THAN A CARLOAD OF I f s raae neirigerators At Slashing Reductions and On Liberal Terms A 5 a rule, the Foulz-Moore Furniture Company does not indulge in comparative price advertising nor "cut rale" sales nor any of the usual wild hulabaloo used in forced selling. But ve are. up against an unusual condition in connection with a carload of splendid refrigerators of all sizes. Despite the fact that our refrigerator sales this season have been LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE, the non-arrival of this carload at the proper time, due to freight congestion, seriously interfered with our regular selling earlier in the season. These refrigerators are over 60 DAYS LATE IN ARRIVAL. We do not intend to carry a single one of them over the fall and winter season. To move th'em NOW, we have put ptices of them h"' in nearly every instance, are AS LOW OR LOWER than the present prices from Hie MANU FACTURER TO US. w o ?&& IM M M i it y -. w.. iv vtt3k - 'V to v-f r j. . f :?-! J. ,v. . 1" I"- , il '! txv3n Zti : m The remainder of our regular stoc has been added to this carload and ALL our refrigerators are in cluded in Our sale the famous "AUTOMATIC along with the rest The following are a few examples of the values offeted. w This Refrigerator $Q 50 Regularly S45.00 01 'THE ILLUSTRATION fa3s to do justice to tiis spIeadkL solid hardwood, golden oak finish refrigerator. Its provision chambers are white enamel imed. It has an ice capacity of 100 pounds and is provided win automatic air tight drain. Construction, 5-walI and air space. Door trim mings are handsomely designed nickel of great strength. All shelves of heavily tinned woven wire that wiH not rust The ideal refrigerator for the home of average sues. Reg ularly priced at $45.00, and now placed (t Q A rj f on sale at Pt5fr.DU Hardwood refrigerator in golden oak finish. Top icer having 35 pounds capacity. Strong, sturdy, sanitary and excellent refrigerator for the smaH famUy.especiaHy in apartments where space is limited. Priced regularly 1Q Q C at $17.50, hut now on sale at special price V J JD Another excellent 4op icer, also of hardwood in golden oak finish, hut having an ice capacity of 43 pounds. This refrig erator is always one of our strong leaders m sales, being of a size and capacity- that meets with wide demand. Its excel lent construction and features of convenience make it an un usually attractive buy at the present price. tfnQ JJJf f Its regular value is $29.50; its sale price... $MaWOU Genuine "AUTOMATIC" refrigerator with an ice chamber holding 1 15 pounds. The provision chambers are heavy white enamel lined and the construction is of the 8-waIl type. Made of solid hardwood with a beautiful golden oak finish. A fine, solid, handsome refrigerator that is deserving of a place in any home. The regular price of this "Automatic is $67.50 the sale price is This handsome four-door "Super Porcelain refrigerator is of genuine quarter sawed oak outer construction. To be foJry appreciated this refrigerator should be seen and -rrrh4. Its great ice compartment holds 140 pounds. Its height is 54 niches and its construction throughout of the highest type. This De Lxrxe Refrigerator nf a sfj ami -ansrih, truhiU 6CQ ftfs kr a 'ar8e fara'y or fr boarding house or f1 1 A 9UJ.JJ restaurant. Reg. $137.50; now spedaDy priced P I 1 U The above examples do not, by any means, describe the entire range of sizes and prices, but are merely typical of the reductions, which prevail on our entire slock, 'if Sou have the remotest reason for buying a refrigerator THIS IS YOUR CHANCE. Not only are prices deeply cut, but in addition. Fontz-Moore Furniture Co0 -1 11-113 N.Stanton St Jewish Women Of City Entertain l 1 Men At Fort Bliss Red Cross House I THB men of the base hospital zone were entertained on Monday eve ning at the Red Cross honiuk at Port Bliss by the Jewish women of &i raso, wxtn Mrs. tins zork as chair man of the committee of arrange ments. Mrs. Zork and her MmminM oi assistants gave an aDnroDriate entertainment to celebrate inrienen- dence day. Tbe program was directed by Sid ney Kidman, who served In Prance during the war as an ienterlainer. Miss Dorothy Waldron. & favorite at the base hospital, gave several violin selections. Vocal selections were given by Miss Mae Stanley, of Gal veston. Mr. Huntsman gave a group of popular songs and Mr. Kidman de lighted the audience with piano selec tions. After the nneram nntnlAmu n dae was served to 125 men. Arrangements at the Red Cross wgw were in caarge or the Red Cross hostess. Mrs. Beatrix Collinson. who was assisted by C A. Kaestner. The gronp which motored out from town to assist in the affair Ttr- vi and Mrs. Gns Zork. Mrs. Martin Zlelonka. Mrs. G. W. Young. Mrs. K. D. Lachman. Miss Octavta Moses, Miss Alice Block. Mlsa rnnilhv 1T.1. dron. Miss Mae Stanley. Sidney Kid man, sir. nnnuman. and David Zlelonka. When Folks Quit Coffee because of cost to health or purse, they naturally drink Instant Postum There's a Reason El Pasoans Returning, Llent. P. R. Upton, of the Eighth cavalry, with Mrs. Upton, has re turned to their quarters at Fort Bliss after a visit of a few days In Demlng and Silver City, N. M. Capt. W. R. Wright. Jr.. of the 8nd field artillery, has returned from a maneuver problem which took him to Douglas, Ariz. During his absence Miss Burtram Orndorff was the guest of Mrs. Wright. Miss Mabel Moody, with her mother, Mrs. Clara Moody, arrived on Snnday from a visit of six week's spent at the Pacific coast. While absent Mrs. Moody and Miss Moody visited In San Diego and other beaches. Mrs. E. W. Wofel. Mrs. Opal Barn dollar and Miss Elizabeth Williamson returned on th? belated train from Cloudcroft on Monday momlsr after spending the Week-end as guests at Lne LioaBe in uiouacroit. It was a tired and Kler.v cnim of passengers who arrived home on Monday morning after spending the week-end and Fourth of July at Cloudcroft. The train bringing the passengers from the mountains left Cloudcroft on schedule time, but was delayed by an accident atlligh Rolls, so the passengers aboard. Instead of arriving home at 11 oclock on Mon day evening, reached the city at C oclock day morning In spite of the fact that the nlcht m snent thout sleeping accommodation or uO, many of th passengers atil! clnng to their bosquets of gorgeous flowers and ferns culled from the green mountain glades and carefully preserved during the long, hot trip. Out of Town Visitors. Miss Lillian Weiss, of New York City, Is in the city for a visit to her uncle and sunt. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Strelltz. at their home in Conway Place. James Withers of Hollywood, Calif, is re 10 o um guest xor tne sum. mer of his uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Ramey. He will divide his time between the Ramey town house aim inetr rancn at LJL Mesa. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Welle am In that city visiting their daorhter and son- iniaw, mr. ana jtra ri. . uwen, and family, at their home In Orchard Park. Mr and Mrs. Wells ciiim from Garden City. Kas. After several days visit here they will leave fer Cottage Grove. Ore., where they expect to make their future home. About El Pasoans. baby daughter bora on Sunday eve ning at S oclock at Hotel Dies to Mr. and Mrs. J. & Robertson, jr. Mrs. Robertson is the former Miss Aane Wolfe. Mrs. C W. Creocy and her Infant son have returned to the Croom home. in the lower v&llev. from Kotl min The Croom baby, bora on June JJ. Is the fourth son of the family and he bu oeen namea u. w.. jr. El Pasoans Away. Mrs. R. W. Fort will leave on Wed. needay for tbe Los Angeles and the Pacific coast beaches to spend the remainder of the jammer. Mrs. Ony Godwin and two small daaghtera are Is Waco, Texas, visit lag at the home of Mr. Godwin's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Grinpea They also will be there fer the wedding of sirs. Godwin's sister. Miss May Crip pen, to Patrick James Walsh, on Wed aeovtey. July 14. r Weddings. Rev. J. T. King, pastor of Highland Park Baptist church, united In mar riage on Monday, at the Baptist par. sonage, Ned E. Hirst and Miss Mary siizaoeui Laird, of this city. The orlde Is a daughter of Mrs. Laird. superintendent of the schools in Laird. Texas, and he was present with Mrs. msuu r mo weooing. Mrs. King, who vi me omciaung minister, was also present. The couple will make invir nome in tats ctty. The Lorgnoa or Oxford is of greats est convenience to those who need glasses only for a closer view. See wur new Buopping vxzora Lorgnettes. They come in 14 karat or oxidised gold, and are suitable for use either as a lorgnette or temporary glasses. Need Glasses? Ask SegalL . n. Bl Paso Optical Co. 10 Texas St. Ill San Antonio St. Advertisement. iBEAROIL for HAIR AN INDIAN'S STCXTT Oo of m potto tcSnei f Utaltti fag it Hit to CMtaB &tw a TTMiv t; ttr atm tnzwa no foatvi to uv xfcr fc!r msuv Coa Xac&iks h rxrwtetf tm bulb cum or N:tii. nm$ fair ud tniin wsa tfr tr tMit bc r trtu nns hMM t-xowd fadte. S30 Qzvutsc A.y. toj naaHs to csms cDezkiand bcs&m. Tn W? tMODB or remnto lu ff m s nv tuir? If K&ri tut obubMd arw cn-tthWr eaoguacj tUn&aZ. r wtacoad bJSac drooxik Kiute. wh mi wt pr Gt bar (tf K0TALKO at uy kVftZ: r4lM Pttoor BOX f Kouiks to J.B.BriB2k,&c,StsF.XtYsrt.lCT: Mrs. Holxrt E. Sa.y aiM!erwBt an operation at Hotel Diu on Tneeday morning Mrs Prank Ainsa, U in Hotel Dieo. where she underwent an operation on Thurdav Her condition is very satisfactory ir&inla Anne M Grorrth. The growth of th at- ct.nrfJU - is but the natural result of its con tinued efforts always to please its patrons. Our service oTtnria rhmnfh. out the 24 hours of the day is the name of the j Autos, Taxl Baggage, Movlas-Adv. 13 Few peopls know how to take ears of their hair. Men lose Utetr hair be cause they wear air tight hats, fitting the forehead closely with a leather band. Hair Is like a growing plant, requiring air circulation. Wear your hat less. or. If you must wear a hat. wear one that Is ventilated la some way. Mexican Herb Hair Tonic win preserve hair and accelerate the growth of nn- aeeJthy hair. The process Is a simple, natural one and ap plicable to any head. A con scientious trial of this won derful tosie wiB be a reve lation to yen. Mexican Herb Hair Toole Company. Box 3. Station A, El Paso. Texas.