EL PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition. November 27-28, 1920.
Margaret E. Caven Club Gives
Card Party For Rescue Home
I El Pasoans Absent In San Francisco
ONE hundred and fifty guests were
present Friday afternoon for the
card party given by the Margaret
E. Caven club for the benefit of tfte
Rescue borne. The Margaret E. Ca
ven rlub la composed of the presid-!
ine officers of the White Shrine of
Jerusalom of the year 191. Mrs. i
Charles Rader was chairman for the ,
card party, which added $286.40 to
the funds of the Rescue home.
In bridge the prises were won byj
Mrs. J. Lewis, Mrs. T. Murphy. Mrs. i
T J. McCamant. Mrs. B. B. Rogers,
Mrs. Charles Trowbridge, Mrs. E. W.
The prizes in 500 were won by
Mrs. R. B. Barrett. Mrs. H. A. Beav-1
era, Mrs. K. Gardner and Mrs. Julia
In bunco the prizes were won by
Mrs. A. M. Harryman. Mrs. Jam-.s
Hlnes. Mrs. Will Owen and Mrs. Mc
Camman. Mrs, Walter J. Blackwell served
hot chocolate at the close of the
games, assisted by Mrs. W. R. Pnn
plt. Airs. A. K Anderson and Mrs
Harold Davis. Those who assiste.1 in
selling tickers were Mesdames Belle
CarmicaJ. J. Cornwall, W. R. Pringlt,
A- R. Anderson. Harry Burwell. K. W.
Dorman, A. A. Powell. C E. Britton.
T. J. McCamant and Mrs. Charles Ra
der. Mrs. Rader gave a speech of
appreciation to every one who had ;
assisted in the benefit.
Mrs C. H. Campbell and Daughter ! ,
Hostesses At Pink and White Tea
H. CAMPBELL and her; McCormlck, their son, Joe, and
JV1 daughter. Miss May Campbell,
are giving a tea this afternoon at
tne Campbell home with numbers of
guests calling during reception hours.
The reception suite is darkened, with
2'grhts hooded and glowing from pink
candles. Flowers in artistic arrange
jnent decorate the reception rooms.
Master Frederick Lore opens the door
for the guests and Dorothy Littleton
and Cornelia Love take the cards.
Ices in dainty pink and white are
served in the dining room, where
decoration are also of pink and white
flowers. Pink candles light the table
and other derails reflect the pink
riote. The house party assisting with
tne Hospitality 01 tne arte moon in
daughter, Erin and Mr. Ballard, of
El faso, Mr. and Mrs. J. u. 'riuicK
and family. Mrs. Plunkstand and son,
of Jackson. Miss., A M. Buderstadt,
of Fife, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. H. F
Eller and son. Will. Mr. Gad win and
son. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reeves and
family. Mr. ami Mrs. Victor Reeves,
Miss Elsie Reeves, of Newman.
Mrs. John Ran and Mrs. Clarence
Starkie entertained with a delightful
Thanksgiving party Thursday for a
party of friends. Dinner was served
in the middle of the day at the '
Starkie home and after dinner, the
truests were entertained with a mati
nee party to the Rial to theater. Pink
eludes: Mrs. J. D. Love. Mrs. A. W. jand white chrysanthemums decorated
Hadtey. Mrs. Van Long. Mrs. J. W.
Lorentsen, Mrs. George Brunner, Mrs.
J- E. Quald. Mrs. H. P. Jackson, Mrs.
McKfel. Mrs. Charles Goetting. Miss
Bess Barnes. Miss Isabella Valentine,
Miss Anne Kelly. Miss Mary Louise
Jdawley and Miss Betty Harris.
A pleasant anneal custom at New
man. N. M, is the serving of Thanks
giving dinner in the school house
end this custom as usual was ob
served on Thursday. After a sermon
was nreached by Kev. is. v . sum
mers, of El Paso, dinner was served.
The following were present Miss Floy
Floras of Tnlaroaa, N. M-, Miss Ruby
Dale, Alamogordo, F. X. Reeves. An
thony, N. M-, Rev. Summers. Mrs. W.
r. HatcheU and little girl. Mr. and Mrs,
('handler and daughter, Katie. Mr.:
2nd Mrs. Kavanauiva and daughter.
Miss Johnston, Miss Elizabeth Ken-
the dinner table. In the evening sup-
per w&s Bcrvou tne guests at tne e
Starkie home. The group enjoying -the
hospitality of Mrs. Rau and Mrs. ts
liStarkie were: Mrs. Katherine Owen, if
I Dr. and Mrs. Frank I. GiVen. Walter ' I
F.Ran. Park Alexander. Mr. Rau. Mr
.a Starkie. Max Rau and Earl La'
Mrs. Maude Deane. Mrs. T M. Wal- -
Bier and Miss Karma Deane will enter-
jftain with a tea on Monday afternoon 1
at tne ueane home, lszo Arizona ,
street, to honor Mrs. Claude B. Hud- i
speth and Mrs. M. C. McGeehee, the
latter having recently moved here 1
from Dallas to make her home. 1 I
Mile. EHise Constant, - set & r.ew'f
world's record for the women's him ;
jump when she cleared the bar at 4 I
feet 6U inches in comnetition held in '
Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. C C France recently. f
(3 cup of Cocoa"
Good at Bfiytiou-r of the day
is especially 6ood in the.
evenings short: time before
retiring, its flavor ts
delicious, its aroma most
attractive, and it is condu
cive to restful sleep without
being m any sense
of tne word, a
Daughters Of '61 To Be Guests
Oi U. D. C. Friday Afternoon
OF special interest will he the next
meeting of Robert E. Lee chapter
of the C. D. C next Friday After
noon at 3 oclock in the chapter rooms
in the Woman's clubhouse. At this
time the theme of the afternoon will
be the "Girls of Si" when especial
guests are to be all women In the
city of that day.
The program will Include: Medley
of southern songs. Mrs. Adine Owen;
"A Tribute to the Black Mammy."
Mrs. H. H. Hendrick; impersonation
of a black mammy. Mrs. C O. Ruck sr.
The To'nn C Brown camp of tne
Confederate veterans will hold a
meeting In the chapter rooms at S:M
directly preceding the Robert . Lee
The Square club of the T. W. C A.
wMI gie a Christmas ha tsar In the
gymnasium of the T. W. C A- build
ing. 315 East Franklin street. Decem
ber 11. There will be many attrac
tive booths offering a large variety
of dainty articles. Hawaiian mask
will be a feature of the evening.
The bazaar will open at 11 oclock
in the morning and close at 10 oclock
n the evening.
The crenerai chairmen are: Mrs.
E. P. Rankin; vice chairman. Mrs.
J : barada; publicity. Mrs. O. F.
! TlyfES. G. A. MAETDT asd little son, Christopher Allen, of El Paw, now sojourning in Sin Francisco. The above
1V1 picture wis printed last week in the Los Angeles Herald, when they Tinted there. Mrs. Martin is studying
I f jnnsie nndex Strauss in San Francisco and Little Chris is in Bedding school. Mrs: Martin was hostess this week
! I at a box party in San Francisco for a number of friends at the performance of "My Tiger Rose," the David
i s Belasco play seen here in October.
Xotz; Koaaral dacomtlons, Mrs. A. L.
Cox; novelties, Mrs. Ward Worthlng
ton; aprons. Mrs. R. H. Oliver; choco
late shop, Mrs. Frank Jones; fancy
work, caps and handkerchiefs. Mrs.
D. Scott Johnson; Infants' booth. Mrs.
D. W. Thomas; cakes. Mrs. A. w. Mc
Lean: flowers. Mrs. F. J. Trafton;
dolls. Mrs. L M. Phlppenr; candy. Mrs.
R. F. Bt.rt: fish poad. Miss Mary
Hodgeklnxon: general cashier, Mrs.
W. S. McMath.
Each chairman la assisted by a
Square club eaptatn and her groan '
This Is an opportunity for shopp-
to purchase Christmas gifts at rea
sonable prices and proceeds wll) b
uW to aid In carrying ont the cluh'i
work for the year and to send dv
gates to conference next summer.
The general meeting of the Wot
an's club Wednesday Is to be fi
tored with a Ohristmaej party. A trf.
will be the principal decoration an,
Christmas carols will be song. Thurs
day afternoon tea will be giren
the Woman's clubhouse to horor
wires of visitors and delegates to tr
conventions of the society for tn
advancement of science, civil en -neers
and medical association.
Church Organist Returns After
Two Recitals In Albuquerque 1
f I El Pasoans Ave ay.
) 1730 - C0BCKt3tm,rUSS.V
BOOKLET OF CHOICE HECCES SftX FBEE
GEORGE D ALAND, organist and
choir master of St. Clements
Episcopal church returned on
Thursday from Albuquerque. N.
where he gave two recitals. He gave
a piano recital on Tuesday evening
at the armory and 2 500 -were present.
This recital he gave at the request of
the chamber of commerce for the
guests attending the New Mexico
educational convention for which
there were present ISOt teachers. On
Wednesday evening Mr. Daland gave
an organ recital at St. John's Episco
pal church, playing on the new organ
recently pat in the church. Albuquer
que papers had much to say in praise
ox jir. uaiana s music. i
Mrs. Jack P. Sheehan and two f
daughters have returned from Alamo- ;
gordo. where they visited with Mrs. ,
J. Benson Newell, wire or the newly
elected district attorney at that place.
L. N. Hell, who has ben In the
Paradise Valley sanatorium. San
niL t, a returned te Kl Pmjui . r
compaaied by his daughter. Miss Rose 1
HeiL ' I
E. V. Cosgrove leaves on Sunday
for Fort Smith, Arlu where he ha
business Interests. His family will
remain here. Mr. Cosgrove will re
turn In a few months.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Berkshire left
Thanksgiving day for Mexico City to
attend the presidential inauguration
or u Oregon as prenaent. Mr. ana Mrs. '
Berks lire will meet the governor's
special in San Antonio and bo on with
the party aboard from there. ,
About El Pasoans.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Rothman. of i
Mil Nations avenue, announce the I
birth of a son born at Rolxton hoe- '
pita! Friday. The child has been
named Lloyd James Rothman, Jr. '
Political Emancipation Thrill
Incomparable To Joy Of Girl
Who Can Grab Wedding Ring
El Paso Baby, Aged
8 Months; 25 Pounds j
X SPITE of political emancipation
and complete zreedom in tne busi
ness world, most modem -women
and girls continue to vie for that
smaii, precious cjrciei roue oz an
cient days, which when worn on the
third flngrer of the left hand desig
nates its wearer as belonging to the
estate of married woman.
The fact that the ring, costly
though It may be. does not insnie
happiness or "compatibility" does not
alter the fact that all women crave
at least one. and many of them have!
j been known to acquire several. There
lO 9UUClUlllf III JVJ Ul WUCIUIS!
Home And The Duo-Art Pianola
A Life-Long Source of Happiness And Culture
TN DAYS gone by hose folks kacw Bttfe else of pleasure but evening gatherings
by the hearth. Today, the piaao holds the respoasSieSty of fara3y asufemeat
and culture. Yet so few can play the iestnaaeat that its influence in Ac home is
of little consequence compared to what it might be if everyone could playl
Now Everyone Can Play and Hear
the World's Best Music
' The Doo-Art has removed die last obstacle between the home and its greatest
pota for happiness. As a piano it can be played by those who have the sk31.
As a player-piano it substitutes Busk rolls for sk3I and everyone can play it with
as ranch ease and finish as a trained musician. As a reproducing piano it plays
the world's best piano mask recorded by its greatest artists. Paderewski, Hofraann,
Bauer and other famous pianists have made roHs exejusiveiy for the Duo-Art. Dance,
baliet-mosic popular tones, and accompaniments are all aduded in the Duo Art
repertoire. By means of its marvelous reproducing mechanists the irfividoafity of
the artist is preserved to the finest delicacy of touch, the sBghtest change of tempo.
There k no diffsrence.
The Duo-Art may be had in the Steinway, Steck, Wheetock, Stroud and the
Hinere ts no orTrerence.
The Duo-Art may be had in the Steinway, Steck, Whedock, Stroud and the I
HI Prices From $975 H
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um be reduced by the factory before July 1. MJ n Texas Street. ttmH
H reductionWl11 refand 019 amount of such Bet. Mesa aad Stanton. IH
69 TP. o-"it . i, m 24 Years' Experience Finding THE Pianos HB
m We Sell Nationally Priced Pianos. .Suitable for This "DRY" Climaie. M
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evidently, which makes even the i
sentimental wedding rinfj an object
of the hnnt and chase.
Now that the wedding ring has
become a thing' of beanty if not a
Joy forever, they are more popular
than ever, it ma tiers noi wui mna
of man tirovides the "tie that binds"
so long as the "tie" itself is a lovely
bit of platinum, diamond set, or per
haps a dainty combination of preen
ffold and platinum engraved in a
myrtle or orange blossom deslan.
Sometimes the ring contains a sin
gle diamond fcr the wedding and an
other is added for each anniversary.
No Information is available on eti
quette concerning behavior should
the marrlace end In Reno after the
second or third anniversary.
Does the wife keep it and go on
from where she started with the
slight alteration of a different bus
band supplying the additional jew-,
els? Or does she return It to her
erstwhile husband, who uses It as
& good beginning- in his second mat
Someone ought to write a book on
the subject. These points are apt to
Anyway, the plain gold hand or our
grandmother's day is decldideiy
passe. Plain gold wedding- rings,
wide or narrow may still be ob
tained, of course, aad they are priced
at $5.59 up. But few young brides
would care to wear them aad the
tactful tradesman prevents such faux
pas on the part of prospective bride
grooms by showing the trays of new
er deadsms first, and adding; subtle
suggestions on the taste and up-to-dateness
of the prettier and more
jtevr symBois ijesiner.
The new weddinr rings cost from
S30 to $350, depending on design and
whether they are plain or stone set.
The engraved rings include the pop
ular orange blossom desig-n which Is
equally pretty In rreen gold, plati
num or a combination of the two, a
patrician design, a myrtle, a venus
and an odd and attractive sort of
twisted rope effect.
Sometimes they are entirety sur
rounded by diamonds, others are
"nalf-hoons." Many of them are the
narrowest threadlike bands the
easier to break In divorce while the
jeweled ones are of necessity wider.
If a woman who has been married
before the new vogue in wedding
rings came in and decides her old
fashioned gold band is not smart
enough, she may have it "made
over." still retaining the old ring as
the base of the new, so that the en
graved inscription on the inside will
not be lost- The ring is simply over
laid with the platinum, then engraved
In any one of the designs and the
platinum dropped down inside so that
It appears as an entirely new ring.
Vegue fer WUora
Most women prefer the platinum,
but the green gold has a decided
vogue among the grass widows of
El Paso, and real widows may wear
bands of black enamel and plati
num of silver if they wish.
Along with the new ideas in wed
ding rings, the time honored engage
ment ring has undergone radical al
terations also. The solitaire diamond
in a gold -Tiffany" setting used to be
absolutely the thing, but it became
so common that newer and prettier
designs were sought which resulted
in is-ide variety and originality. The
jewlprs now set the blue white stone
in square platinum settings, en-
Keep Your Ckthes
To keen your wardrobe loo kin
neat will have a favormbls irm
prasstoB asm the people Ton
meet. To keep your clothes
looking nice inspires 70a with
confidence and optimism.
Send yonx garsMats to as aad
yon will (tad that thay wlB
wear longer aad gtve better
service because of oar constant
"The Best Cleaners."
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Can You Iron
It is a delicate test of ksatog etqcieoc? a
shade too much beat wB scorch the paper; a
bit too much pressure wS tear it.
Yet tissue paper is ironed daintily and with
the utmost safety in osr Satwork ironera aad
It is done without any special adjostiaents
or elaborate preparations it is one of die
things that Sltistrate the fineness of our every
day ironing methods. These are the methods
we employ in the ironing of aS the work: yon
They are typical of oer teeDderiag processes
aS the way through processes that are the
highest deveteptnent of modern latiisderins;
Why permit washday to be a worry? Why
fret over the vexing question of laundresses?
Tbe easy, and the modern way, is to zaelsei
your washing into a bundle and phone ns.
We wS hare otrr driver caB.
LaaBeTerers, Dry Cleaners aad Dyers
NNA GTJSTAVA HILL, daughter of
nr. and Urs. Hosmer W. HilL
or 21ZX Dnrasno street, acre 8
months, weight 2SH pounds. Xrs.
Hill was formerly Xlss Anna Gnatava
graved In the same design
later tor tne weoaing ring.
The setting may be diamond en
crusted also, or it may be any one
of many other fascinating; and beau
Earope 1s adopting elaborately set
colored stons. amethysts, sapphires or
ruble. These have not yet reached
America, however, and it remains to
be soon whether they will he popular
There's an old recipe for making
raomt new wnien begins, "rirst catch
your rabbit" So In choosing your
engagement or wedding ring, "first
catch your man, and than all you
nave to 00 is aasn aowit to tne near
est Jeweler's, select the official seal
and stand by with the aromatic snlr-
its of ammonia and soothing words
wnen your mtnre nusoano is told the
bitter truth. Speaking of prices only.
01 coarse: .
Oor. Mesa Ave. and Saa Antonio St.
j MaH and rhoae Orders Promptly Filled
LOOKING FOR MAN WHO
MARRIED MILWAUKEE GIRL
Police are Marching for Otto
Borchardt. expolleemas and war vet
eran of Milwaukee, wanted for an
alleged marriage to and elopment
with Miss Elda OerteL Borchardt baa
a wife and two children, acordin to
telegraphic advices to local officers.
While police says that Burchardt
apparently has been in El Paso, ther
bell ere be has departed, probably for
Following the alleged marriage to
Miss Oertel. the couple left for a
hoaeraoon trip which ended soddenly
at AJbaqaerqve last week when the
girl left Burchardt and returned to
her home. She is the daughter of a
Advices to border towns put police
on the lookout. Telegrams addressed
to Burchardt at EI Paso and called for
Friday morning Indicated that he had
been here, police say. bat efforts since
made have failed to establish hls
Women golferc In Washington. D.
C. have formed a "knickerbocker"
clvb and the only requisites to be
come a member of the dub are nerve
and a pair of hubby's golf "knick
SHE ever increasing popularity of The Hoover as a
Christmas gift causes us to ask that vou place your
Any El Paso housekeeper vill appreciate
It will give her a lifelong reminder of your thoughtiulness.
It will give her clean rugs. It will give her more hours of
ease a fitting expression of loving consideration.
We will gladly demonstrate
The Hoover to your entire satisfaction.
7r; IT BEATS,
TnT IT SWEEPS,
I I JrMsSv 17 SUCTI0N CLEANS
Electric Washing Vsebines
Electric Sewing Machines
Electric Majestic Glow
Electric Warming Fads
Electric Sewing JfaeUne
smfeetrie Gas Ligfeters
Kleetrie Curling Irons
Efectric Water Heaters
We also have a fall assort
ment of electric floor lamps
so varied that yen are sure
to find just the lamp vou
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