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EL PASO HERALD
2C Week-End Edition. November 27-28. 1920. 200 EL PASOANS WILL RAVE Star in A Picture PART IN "AROUND THE CLOCK' Now At The m - W T T f T & TT T T T If I VI 1 T m TV Tl JT Tt V Tm 3 . .. . iLKJ3 ANNUAL JlN 1 JlK 1 AllNMtiN i A . rJ-:rXTMATELY 500 prominent , Fl Pasoans are busily perfect irc their Darts tn the cast of ' Around the Clock With the Debu tante." the annual Elks' play, which -!!! given at Liberty hall on Thursdav and Friday of next weer.. The Elks hare announced this 1a the f:it showing of this play n El Pa and that la the Several cities -nhere u has been playal It ba rroed a decided hit. Elaborate cos 'jimDf aad m8ic play no small parr In the attractiveness of the play. The program and cast of characters I fo'.low- I Musical director C. H. Armstrong. Plar.lst Mrs. K. VT. Austin. First violin J. J. Steyskad. Tromoone Ch,ef O. H. Whif Bass Win. Chesak. Cornet Wm. Galrein. Clarinet Marcos Gascon. Flute E. r. Maxwell. C i;o 1. i: Wosttka. Drum R. F. Lockle. Dramatis po-sonae aa the; appear) ranttete 1. :. Hello Bill tlork Babv Oulen Sabe Elks Eu gen Harry Burwell and Lewis Dor man Harwell. J. "Round the Clock." sobdeb usher Mis Chatter Elizabeth Stevens. First usher Alice Myles "cond usher Dorothy Lackland. rst patron A. Schwartz. -lecond patron M. Coblantz. Hajpy Drunk Charley Pollock. 'Officer Michael Morphy Joe Segal. L'ihers and chorus Anna Doak, Dorothy Len is. Pansy Buclmer, Mar fr.iret Ste.elis. Thelma Stackland. F orerce ;lo-r. Marie Burkhalter. Mr,- tthcp nncker. Uamnt Piatt. 1efe?a O'Keeffe. Haxlette Lopes, Ro- SLlie Atnia. Geraldine Aiasa, Eliza brtli Morria. Katherlne seamon. w 4Hpi.n Ornrlr-rff. Ma Hall Oulntl. At r- Frances Robinson. Dolores Bvf ns Helen Woodyard, Elsie sco bcil Marj..rie Reese, Jewel BsrSeU. JonnjMe 'h -tar. Anofca Robinson, Vera E. 'Sandoval. Jacqueline Bees. "R-rVtn V. atson. Florence Brady, alary T eu krie Iuise Lancaster, Louise I'-iSlo-. Anita Seggerman. -T "to the Land of Let's Pre- it ' ! t I Follv Nelee Coleman. ; baby. toe dancer -Alta -ind the Clock With the Debu- T . i-s IPS i"3j T'lnti-: . '., 1 irndnr. f. Frances OPDenhelmer, Sn-itr-. Dorothy Smith, iViliatni. Marian Ainsa, 1 iUnsa Hfien Stewart. AJims .lorA . B-atricc Stiles. Dorothj ' iiS . ';-n" Giraud. Mildred Rog-.r- Miles. Betty Stevens. Clara -T,m- Marian calnan, Mary Ca " Ku4 Schwartz. Mary Ginther. -fca. i He thing, Nelse Coleman, "ara Vs ort ester Kan rettes:" .) and Dabbs. nieces of Quien- Would Bar Bath Tubs, Barefoot Girls In Shows LOS ANGELES, Calif, Nov. 17. Kliminstion from motion pic tures of bath tabs, women who smoke cigarets. barefoot birls who wade In brooks, "rough house" scenes In which bowle knives and six-shooters predominate, and "all instruments and nortrayers of crime, loose morals and unclean lives" Is the object of the Ethical Motion Picture society of America, whose organization here with 115 charter members was announced today. Most of the charter mem bers are elderly and many of them lmllv rii iple. who thinks a ro .r- nana w ri a.iy girl s head Mrs. Nellie May Ttaubs" ma Plea, who undertakes r.vfroninc 1 lolly and retrards her i-k -s a tb.akless bit of foolish r;s Lenna n obmson. nanr" .... IS .tfa Timll i r., r-iaVJ Jarearet Johnson and crowd.) J.imes Ptlham. tonoc Esthet Calvert Pickett ;olIs Msx:te Rodgers. Ester i""u ket Vi-'rinia Kirkpatrlck, Thelma Trafto'n. Zona H elle Trafton. Marie Hogerj-. H-l'n Kd iters. Forest Masson, Zorta SnTith, H4 en Benton, Dorline ntferson. lan "Delieve mei "VV'M Bill "" Iiams. honorable Quien-Saht s er- busy valet, Lieut. V'r-c Bouquet. Manrty " plan tation melody E h.l KoKe Cnnsti . s-jzzette Jan tni Freneh-e French naid. pretty and fdemure Gene Oi raud. s "Tton-oo-oo-e-iet." Kit,- toogie A. T. Wllk-e. .-fook pirls Chaalee Kelly. Ruth Jaifee. Frances Towner. Anne Kelly, r.jtu Ja'fe. FrancU- Towner, Anne Klli, Haiti Muse. j-Iinnie Gillisple. Ethe' Irene Howe. Laura Louise M&?5on. Peggy Howel'l. Louise Gor ''am ,"arolm' Brown Eleanor Irvin, Ida Irnr. Ethel IreVe Howe, Ber--.- Pteans. f"har;ott' Ellis. Elira 1 Crns, Mary Eluabeth Peiham, n.a In kie. IVt c, 'T.ussian r'i'vfor'l 1,1 Rainbows " rior sumirer s"lrls Katherlne I'iek Frances Smith. Frances Oppen l e.mer, Mary Ginther. Dorotny Smith, Ku-h Srhwartx, Nancy WftTlbuns, Mar e r - Gettamg. Mary Caplrs. Klu-bird Mrs. XeUle May Bouquet. P.ound the Clock Miwor Scene." ' m Looking for a Certain Little B'-n ' ensemble. "Blue Paradise Rid big Gh-la." lli-ling girU Burtrsa Orndorf f, Marian Ainsa. Patty AineU. Clara Hav kms, Alzina Orndorff, Mildred Logers. Alice Myles, Betty Stevens, l!v-i Stewart, Less Robinson. r , r girls. ""Ti.ins of Count and Wizard of Oz. ' 2 the Wizard, entertainer of Eon. ' : s he's guests dsn Lewis. '"-mnt DJer-iiisS. the comedy count hnas Gross. F.nale Orand ensemble. Clara Hawkins. Katherlne Dick. Mary Ointh-er, Dorothy Smith. Frances Smith. Vocalists Mary Ginther. Frances Opsenhetmer. Helen Stewart, Nancy Williams, Mildred Rogers. Katherlne Dick. Clara. lIlVltltifL Riirtram rim- orff, Beatrice Stiles. Marion Ainsa, Alzina. Orndorff. Mary Caples. "Introduction of the two Coasts." 12. "I Wonder What's the Matter With My Eyes?" 1;S Caberet Grand ensemble. Canticle X. 3. "Round the Clock Mammoth Jaxs Special." Leader Tex Griffin. Pianists Julia Pool. Mary Heer mswns, Alzina Orndorff, Mary Gin ther. Orchestra. Jazz Babies. Jazz Jumping Jack Phyllis Lorig Dance Carol Working. Solo "At the Jazz Babies' Ball" Julias E. Alberta. Jazz Dance Snedal Jerome Dale. jr, and Frances Opnenbelmer. z. "Round the Clock Swing Spe cial." Flirtation "I Just Can't Make My Eyes Behave." Duet. Swing Girls. Swing Boys. Dues. 3. "Kiss Burglars." SOSS Irvine- Schwartz. Little Misses L'Dtodate Catherine ! Dick. Alice Myles. Nancy Williams, .uuorea Kogers. lenna KODlnson, Francis Oppenhelmer, Mary Ginther. Elizabeth Stevens. Kiss Burglars Fred Hunmhrles and Jerry Dale, Jr. Ralph Paterman. Billy Race. Ted Piatt. Preston Perre not. Hal Aldridge, Fritz Bryant. 4. "A Bouquet of Old Fashioned Melodies." solo F. G Billings. The Girl of the Old Fashioned Soaz Margaret Dale Owen. 5. "Fortune Telllnz and Folluw the Leader." Summer Girls, and Oz and Bill Clara Hawkins. Helen Stewart, Dorothy Lackland, Mary Caples, Mar garet Gething. Beatrice Stiles. 6. "The Little Carnival Ladles." (The following will be on exhibition is the little black teat la the rear jf the big tent Immediately after the big snow 1 cents one dime doirx BABBARA BEDFORD as Cora Muaro in Maurice Tosrneur's pro- dnetlOS of Jmmmm Vn n 1 Cooper's drams, "The Last of the Mohicans," now playing at the Rial to. Secrets Of The I ' Mooies Revealed Q- What merle star was recently reneoed by a fellow player from a certain- dealt wan hisrln- twelve stories f rem a wire above the streetr A. Kddle Polo, the serial star who has performed thousands of perilous stunts in the movies and also ftnring hls circus career, recently had a very narrow escape from death while mak ing a scene for a movie. Re attempted to cross hand over hand on a rape stretched twelve stories high ietwen two buildings tn Los ABgeles. When he got to within fifteen feet of the end. he stopped, his hands having been cut on the rope and his "strength Just about gone. However, he was able to nana- on until Eddie Silborn. I another circus performer, could work Polo to safety. All of which shows ! Talmadge, Constance Talmadge, Erld MANY FEATURE PICTURES FOR COMING WEEK Another good list of attractions Is promised the people of El Paso for the coming week, according to nouncement of the managers. The carnival closes this week and. as the Crawford haa no bookings for next week, the picture shows have a clear Tleia. Following are the managerial an nouncements: At tke Raalle. Starting today for seven Maurice Toarneur's production of The Last of the Mohicans" by James Fenimore Cooper. Rlalto Outing (Chester scenic Rlalto song number t and Rlalto concert orchestra. i Next Saturday Louis Glaum la I "Love Madness," produced by J. Par ! ker Read. Jr. laieae l stater. Today and tomorrow Nasimova la "Madame Peacock." Buster Keaton comedy and "Bride 11." Starting Monday Viola Dana in a return showing of "Dangerous to Men and Buster Keaton In "Con vict 1J." Starting next Friday "In the Days of Buffalo BIU." "An Overall Hero," "Bride 11" and a Gaiety comedy. YVtgwasa Theater. "The Love Flower" will be the spe cial attraction at the Wigwam for an entire week beginning tomorrow. It is the latest production of D. W. Griffith with his newly Uncovered star, Carol Dempster, In the leading role. She la supported by a cast which Includes Richrd Barthlemess. who played tke Chinaman In "Broken Blossoms." The picture is adapted from the Collier's weekly story, "Black Beach." Specially arranged music will be played by the Wigwam orchestra from 2 to & and from 7 to 10 p. m. At tke Bilea. Sunday and Thursday Pearl White in her first William Fox saper-foa-ture. "Tiger's Cab." a romance of Alaska from the famous novel by George Good child. In addition there will be a comedy end a news reel. Friday and Saturday Louise Lovely, former leading woman for William Farnum, ia her first picture for William Fox as a star. "The Little Grey Mouse," a story of a world-wise, catty adventuress and a demure, mouse-like little wile. Added attractions will be the Fox news reel and a aew "Snapshots" reel showing the following movie stars: Norma NELSON GOES TO COURT IN LAND BATTLE Chicago, III, Nov. ST. Property valued at SUt.eM, which Oscar "Bat tling" Nelson says he earned in the ring from lie to iM. Is at stake la a salt filed la superior court by the former lightweight boxer to restrain his Brothers sad sisters from Inter fering with his -control ot the prop-" erty. Nelson's salt declares that the es tate, willed to Mm by Ms father, was entirely his own. and that he had turned It over to his father to be managed for him. Dance," by Karsmaov: "latenaesio," by Are nek I: "Kamenol Ostrow." by Rubenetein; "Bxcerpts from Sym phonic Pathetiqa." by Tsehaikowaky; rtuaoresqae overxBre, oy urwu. Peace And Progress Men Will Give Banquet El Paso men who went to Mexico in October on hte peace aad progress excursion will meet at a banquet -Saturday sight December I. at the Toltec club, rne oa&quet is oeing ar ranged by the chamber of commerce as a get together meeting. The din ner will be it I oelock in the even ing and will oosf H a plate. Checks an he sent la advamce to L J. Gil- ehrlet, Seearfty Bank A Trust com pany. TOKIO MAYOR RBSIBNS. , Tokio. Japan. Nor. 17. Viscount I Tailra. mayor of Tokio. and other officials resigned today la conse quence of the investigation which has boss starved into graix seaauais. Suspend Consul Who Refused Fall Passport Douglas. Aria, Nov. 27. Suspension of F. Alfonso Pesqueira. Mexican consul here, because he replied to an order to vise a passport foe senator A. B. Rail, of New Mexico, with a curt refusal, has been confirmed by the consul, who adds that he expects to continue to reside in Doaglaa. Incidentally, the paaspeTt, accord ing to Information from Washington, baa never been reques'M and t was aot presented to Pesqueira. "I feel that senator Fall Is an enemy of my country." aaM Pes queira." and accordingly I rota? to do anything thst will give hlaT an opportunity to further the constant fight he has been making against Mexico." Fighter Shows Right Spirit; Fine Remitted Willingness of Celso Pares to make reparation for damages done when he struck J. Castro following an argument Friday, saved him at Mast IS when he answered a simple as sault charge before police Judge C K Pollock a few hours later. "I want to apologise to Mr. Castro, aad to plead guilty," Peres said. "That's the proper spirit." said the Judge, "but ril fine you S as a re minder for the future." "And I also want to pay Mr. Castro for any time lost from his work,' continued the defendant. Then the Judce remitted the fine. Rabbi Zielonka Delivers First Lecture Of Series "How Would the American Jew Meet Anti-Semitism?" was the sub ject of the first of series of four lectures delivered Friday night by rabbi Martin Zielonka at Temple Mount Sinai. Other lectures of the series will be: December . "Henry Ford. Facts and Fiction": December 10. "Henry Ford. Facts sad Fiction.'' and Decem ber 17. "Henry Ford and the Jews In the World War." The lecture Friday night applied to the Jewish race, particularly to Jews Ja America. Arizona Woman Held Following Liquor Raid Douglas. Ariz.. Nov. H. P. W. Wells and Mrs. Nora Gorman vrer held under bonds for the United States grand jury. Following raids by prohibition agents and county of ficers. In- which twe stills, ii gallons of liquor and several nundred gallons o mash were seized. A similar charge was filed against Richard Gorman hasbaad of Mrs. Gorman, lie baa not been apprehend ed John Wsnnamaaer nacked the soda, water industry more than S4 years ago and made it famous- rHE BIGGEST FOOL IN THE WORLD" Rudyard Kip-Has writes ef "A Feol These Was." aped by "a rag. a beae aad a hank of hair.' the i But This Is Tils Story of a Bigger Fool llrar tfels cram I winy IWM hrj Dr. Pif, Fir at ritifcj f taa Chfk. Th SDilr. the cttlalumted atnlmal trainer D. C. MclYor. The Vendor (Balloons, confetti, and popcorn) William GambreL Abileoa (the little Airing girl), (Hack 8eanect choice) Bob Pape. La. Belle Fatlma, the Oriental danc Injr triii Gtbaon. The Little Bntterflv Misters tof Ziegfeld's Follies) E. D. Shaw and A. T. Gibson. Madam Tincy, the little tattooed girl Chan. E. Pollock. Wild Ora. the snake eater A. T. Wilkie. Cacheeta, the Spanish tambourine dancing girl Billy Qn Inn No body knows what it is, captured at Jnarc-z, 9lfl xall-s from land or sen R. D. Brice. lBleiruitten of Iotc Scene. 1. "The Ooe I Love." Duet Bab bi and Count Djer-Kiss. 8. Dance Julia Working. 9. "OrientaL" Golo Chas. Lawrence. Oriental Maids Louise Lancaster, Haxlne McGorrolck, Sarah Katherine Akard. Clare Wooldridxre. Helen Wood- yard. Virginia Hardy. Tama 0"Keefe, Anna Doak. Anona Robinson. Eliza that ail the thrillers in the movies are not faked. CL. Hew c4d Is Lottbe Xasente. the Seanet eeetlieBBef A. Louise, who is twenty-fire years old. was born in Lafayette, XntL, in Bennett. Fred Klblo. Sheldon Lewis. Lock loar. Louise Glaum. Carter De Haven, George Bebaa, Ben Turpin. Charles Murray. Mildred H. ChapUa and Bobby Vernon. Ktlanay Attraetleas. Starting Sunday for an entire Q. What other aeter by the same J week's engagement Btroheim's latest production. "The DerlTs Passkey." A story of the wickedness and wonders j of Paris. Latest Pathe Weky. tenth ; anniversary edition. Music by Ellanay i Interpretative orchestra under direc- 1 tion of David Berend with Marguerite ; Lavacek at the organ. GrHia Tkealrr. All week starting Sunday William i Her carls are her i Christy Cabanne's "The Stealers." dealing witn a Dana or ciever croocs and how they plied their trade In . Email communities. Palace Theater. Beginning Sunday Alma Rubens and Douglas Glass in "Humoresque." i Paramount Magazine, a comedy en- j titled "Why Worry" and a scenic 1 sunset (Burred). Beginning Thursday Dorothy Dai ton in "Half An Hour," a comedy, "Young Man's Fancy." and a Burton Holmes travelog. An array of the melodious master pieces of Jewish composers has been broueht into El Paso by Alber Kirst. , director of thf Palace orchestra, for MAX KILL MB BY STORM. , the presentation of "Hnmoresque." Reno, Nev- Nov. 17.- John Echante i Following is th list: "Kol Nidra," was inatantrr Vllld when a sale i br Max Bruch: "Hebrrw Love Song.' overturned an automobile is which bv Rimsky-Kor?aKow. "Lamenta- he was riding, near here. 1 tion." bj M&ursorgbky: "Hebraic . Bave i Fatty ArfauekJe clet rival fer the heavyweight championship of the movie r A. Macklyn Arbuckle, who tips th beam at 235 pounds. Does Mary Piekferd wear false hair in her pletureaT A. Mary positively does not wear a wig in ner pictures, as many oi tne movie actresses do. own and natural. H- Who is the film aetor now noted for hiaa-rim eharaeter parts who rraa onee a danetag comedian on the stage? A. Lon Chaney, who gained great fame for his portrayal of "The Frog in "The Sliracle Man." Copyright lt20. Thompson Feature Service. War Is the movfe aetreas vrhose horse ran away with her recently watte she was port ravine the part ef "Lady 60-d.vaT This film tar's thrlUing experience will he told in this department In our next 4m tie. First Church of Ckrist Scientist of 1 Pa;o, Teat Free Public Lecture en . Ckristian Science by Mia Mary G. Ewfef, CS.B. o( ChleagewlRlnses MmtBHR OP The Beard or tieetarsMe- ot Tke Mother Cfcnreh.Tae First Charea ot Christ, SelenHat. In Beaten. 1 Mass. AT Lifcrty Hall Sunday AfferseoB Not. 28, 1920 3 oeJoek Doors Open at 2 eefoek Vou aad Tour Friends Are CertUsIly Invited Party CATT1CUC X. "Round the Clock Cioxdeo GoaotsV ; ;eitiw Katnerlne Arnold, Iva Mns cluson. Hlen Beil. May Ridley. Ethtel Ixiomi". Frances Vance, Mslry Pollard. Betty Whitaker, Peggr Schusier. Kntertainers: Solo "Roses of Picardy" (by Hay den Wood). Dance Josephine Wltnerspoon. Solo C J. Andrews. ose dance PhilliS Lortg. Hypnotiring by the Wbtard of Ox. - aoation.' Nolo Barbara Worcester. Honorable Qn fen -Sabe. American amhaesador Judge Dan Jacksos. tiis -wife Ulizabeth Whitaker. Ouartet: 4. "Everything's at Home Except Tour Wife." j olo Jerome Dai, Jr. I Dance Virginia Giraud. French malSfe Theresa O'Keeffe. Gersldine Ainsa. RoseU Ainsa, Kath erlne Livesay, Pansy Buckner, Jewel Barfield. Anna Doak. Margaret Stev en?, Katherlne Seamon. 5 Dance. e. "Dat's-a-My-GaL" Mr. Spaghetti. Italian serenader for tlie Quien-8abe guests Wm. H. Fryer. Jocko, the monk, boat In captrvitay F'snk Gowan. ItaJtan tambourine girlsMargar et i e Knots, Nancy Pettus, Dorothy Co-, ington. Margaret Palm, Laura ouise Mosson, Julia Hawkins, Bdith nn Walthall. Marjorie Flnley. Mary Elizabeth Pelhais, Betty Flnley, Caro Hn& Cocloy, Jacqueline Hotchkisa, Mary Eltcn Benton, Vera Glaum. Lu I'le McMindas. Florence Lefkovitz, Mary Frances Crawford. Italian dance special Marian Cai ns n. sp-en Come Eleven. Bill and Or. ' Dolly's Suffrage Speech " Dr. Granville, in love with Dolly Lieut. E. Van Oaks. "Open Your Eyes." 7-Tjet Dolly ana Dr. Granville. "Frencn Confetti Ballet." Tance Je-n Vi-mters. K 'You 1 ou d ile and I Found You. Duet Dolly Pou:it r-jer-Kiss. Quien Sabe par!ot!c ThelTia and Zona Trafton. J " r..rc ' Vi arv Cottage." iiA e aiKi Count DJer-Kiss 1 ".it TVt-KIsr, the impersonator. - 'i P.n hp r. Emmett Hines '3 " s Marion Aii.st v. w i nuaia i.ag, iuuise t.j, Rogers, Elsie Scoben, Mary ioulse Docxer. Kat&ieea ornaonr. Elizabeth Morris, Dolores Bavens, Theresa CTKeerxe. Manas Keese. Har riet. Iiopez, Margaret Piatt, Mary Frances Koomsoa, noranes uioveit Anita aeggerman, Helen wecaerie. 10. Dance. ll.-Bound the Clock. Wedding tiiwe." The bride Nellie 3bT Booquet. The groom Chrisa Gross. The mlnLrter Julius Alberts. The ring bearer Bniv Raee. The flower girls Bnrtram Orndorff and Marion Ainsa. The bride's uncle Judge Dan M. Jackson. The maid of honor Lenna Robin son. The best man Enunet Hines. The bridesmaids Dorothy Smith, Frances Smith. Frances Onnenheimer. Katherlne Dick. Alice Mjrlas, Mildred Rogers. Nancy Williams, Margaret Gething, Alzina ornnorrx. 12. "Round the Clock Midnight Frolic." Medley of chorus Grand ensemble. Over half the Japanese population ot the state of Wash ins-ton are women. . s IJOU TOiAYHAST SHOWING &F HIRLEY MASON Is Her Laiest Tex" Pktare "Merely Mary Ann" XetaJng r ret tier aad daintier has been seen bere this season. Brlna- tke children Today , Buor: TOMORROW SUNDAY Pearl White, most popular of stars, la tke first saperfeetnre far WHHans Pax, Otger'a Cob," frem tke fesseaa navel by George Qo.deklld. Caeekfnl of aaspense, brrmmlBg with aetlea. A picture that literally "takes one's breath awer. BIJOl . Off I I STARTS QIIMnAV A SCREEN MELODY THAT fl U FOR 4 DAYS sjUIlU WAY TO THE S0ULjM g ITOURNEUR Presents his startling conception of M THE LAST OF THE I MOHICANS I j James Fennimore Cooper's I 1 1 Eternal American Drama I Realism tiut griptl The attack on the fort, the bknrisar ap of the fort, the rathlest B I massacre of th? csricaviets by tie ferocicaa Harocs, tiw fights, thr3k, the suspense B ; I wiU make year eye pop uxl yavr hair do a handstand! B ! H Hlatary Icaem ao mere terrKylac n"t? 1 TTe geatle leve ef Caeas, last of 1 Bj' ! B ehaneter than rrao lea Maeee I LSFLjJtL I the awtal abgfcter en the de- A 1 lStJlTStSS festseleM njamea aad ebsalriii! mt I te AaMIraBI Msteey. H srsBrensrS?tVeS jSBBsBBBBSsBBSBBBaBaBBSSBBHsBBBBsSa I An Associated Producers Production I LAST TWO Come Take A Trip (.AYS Jl ' I j vri nnu nmni DAI IAPBEMEF1T rU LI UE. FESTIVAL West Overland aad Derasgo St. ill ii DON'T CLAKHGE-A- RW Worlds BstSws' SS IT "Round The Clock With The Debutantes" A Musical Melange Par Excellence. Pretty CUk aad Wwsderful Costumes The Biggest Show Em Presented in El Paso. LIBERTY HALL. December 2 and 3. Under Auspices Of The Elks Prices $130 aad $l.oa. Tickets at Billing's Piano Co. Get Them Now.