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Monday. Nov. 29, 1920.
I Mrs. Clutter and Mrs. McCandless
To Give Tea At Toltec Clubhouse
iiiiiwn By OIXIE P.
VNE of the must brilliant function
the week will be the tea
which ilrs E. F. Clutter and-
Mr, R. W. McCandles" will give to
morrow afternoon at the Toltec club
house in honor of Mrs. Franchj Beall
of Los Anjrelee. who is visitln her
parent. Mr. and Mm. W. D. lay
field. and Mr. L. E. Sltton of Kpar
tansburK. S. C, who is a .truest of I
Mr. Clutter.
Rose colored sweet peas m ill be
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
used for the decorations, the same
i-olor Kchem beinfc used for the re
freshments which will be served. The
guests will be received in the ball
Boofh of the clubhovse by the host
esses and the honor guests.
Mrs. Clutter will wear a gown of
silver cloth und Mrs. Sltton will be
gowned in blark Chantmy lace over
Mack satin They win wear corsage
! bouquet of rose colored sweet peas.
Mrs. Mccandiess wui wear a creation
of bine silver cloth and Mrs. Beall
will be a-owned in a black sea u in
frock and carry American Beauty
roses, little Dorotny crawiord ana
Forest Mosson will receive the cards
of the gruests; Km. J. J. Crawford and
Mrs. W. D Mayfield will pour tea.
The house party, which will assist the
hostesses, includes: Mesdamea W. T.
Owen, J. G. McGrady. Dorothy Ho
rn an. Jerome Dale, Norwood Hall, J.
W. Lorentzen, Hal Christie, Eugene
Harris. Hope Smith, Nadine Spofford,
Arthur Kul lan, Frank Spence. J. J.
Raster. Bays Mayfield, J. TX Lobe, J.
G. Barada. Karl Hatfield, W. R.
Brown, Frank Ainsa, Jeaae Harris.
Bryan Brown and the Misses Trances
Oppenheimer. Katherine Earle, Jeaji
Gilchrist. Mildred Rogers, Bertha
Dean Owen, Alice My lea and Ethel
To honor Mrs. Claude B. Hudspeth
who will leave Dromhr ? Hih m..
gressman Hudspeth for Washington.
Monthly Pance Given By Jews In
Community H$ll; Also Program I
0K ci the
tr inter's
D. C, and Mrs. P. A. McGeebee. who ture ' tn program, which included
recenny came to E,i fxso from DaJlas.
the most delightful of the
events at Community
Italy Temple Mt. Sinai, was the
third monthly dance given Sunday
night in tne gymnasium of the hall
which was beautifully decorated for
toe occasion. About 259 guests at
tended. The dancing was Interspersed
with program numbers. Prof, and
Mrs. Bedford gave several novelty
; dances and Miss vtvette Ravel
dancey a gypsy and a ballet dance. A
four piece orchestra under the direc
tion of Harvey West played for the.
oancing ana Art vartan gave several
novelty impersonations during the
evening. RefreshoMBts were served
by a committee of Temple Sisterhood
women, including Mrs. Gus Zork. Mrs.
Martin Zlelonka and Mrs. J. Calisher
Arrangements were made by Sidney
An affair of unusual and btxarre
orunancy was -the cabaret dinner
dance given Saturday evening at the
Casino Mexicano for club members
and their guests.
Several hundred El Pasoans at
tended the function for which the
clubrooms were beautifully decorated
with hanging baskets and vases of
flowers and ferns, flags and tricolor
A delightful music nrorram was
given, a marimba band nlavinar for i delightful dancing party riven Sat-
the dance numbers. Vocal and raitar i urday evenina at the Paso del Knrtm
solos also were an interesting fea- hotel by the members of the Canadian
solo and duet dances by Miss Esper
anaa'Gonsales and Iawrence Aaron
son; Miss Aurora Varela, Miss Sabina
Bo lan os and Miss Math i Id u Falomir.
A four-course dinner was served
and the party lasted late into the
nigh with mnch merrymaking ac
companying the throwing of confetti
and aerpentlnl.
The program and details of the
dance were arranged by president
Gnillermo Porras and secretary Jesus
Frias. Numerous dinner parties were
given by both Mexican and American
residents of the city.
Among the Americans attending u
guests were Mrs. Paul Gintner. Miss
urace ana siiss Mary u in trier, Mr. and
mwb. w. u. noe. jars. Cditit 11 Lan.
Miss Frances Dickson, Mrs. OIlie P.
fansoen, .Mr. ana Mrs. James L. Marr,
Mr. and Mrs. Prank P. Coles, Mr. and
Mrs. Lamar Davis, Leo Fish be in and
A. P. Bargeman.
The formal dance and buffet nartv
given uy ciuo memoers ai tne
Toltec ciuo Saturday evening was
attended by a larre number of guests.
ine oau room ana recenttoB room
were beautifully decorated with palms
and vines. A course supper was served
during intermission.
Several hcndred guests attended the
Fort Stockton. Texas, Not. 29. The
Grant OH corporation has completed
its No. 7 well at a depth of 1J0 feet
and the bole now stands full of oil."
according to J. G. Grant, the manager.
-me well nas not Deen placed on
TO 2365 FEET
George vr. Thelsen. president, and
J. K. Anderson, secretary, of the
Haeco basis companies, have returned
from Austin, where tney took steps
necessary to complete the five-Tear
extensions secured under recent legisr
Sn-M? '?S.k i'ra:: tW. provision on all the properties
c-tpt '"California" Syrup of Pigs
o ily look for the name California on
the package, then you sre sure your
c hild is having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
iver and bowels. Children love its
irmly taste Full directions on each
hot tie. You muftt say Califomia."
-Adv. '
To Avoid Rough, Coarse,
Chapped, Blotchy Skin
ilos: akin rr-qnlrv constmnt grooming at
b.B eoa to keep them from beeom
ijr nanly red. blotchy, coarse, rough or
-h. or If wuch condition has develop,
cwruom It. In such cum It Is pvr-
rulivrly inadvisable ta keep piling on coa
. n which c!og the pores sad make the
mD!exioi worse than ever,
fi m a lot more eemlbJe to use ordinary
"rro'ixd wax. which IlteraUr abeorbe a
t 3l!d complexion. Apply the wax, like
id cream, before reririnst Ixt iboto
g in xaahing- it oft. oiaH wash away
' e. floarlik. particles of the usigstly,
itlele. Repeat for a week er sseca and
ju'II haTe an entirely aew rtrtn noft.
U'te, spotleas and beaattfal as a chlla'a
' - ooace of mereolised wax, procurable
any Jmirrl B. is all yonTl need.
Mrs Maud Deane. Miss Karma Deane
and Mrs. T. M. Waller are entertain
ing at a tea this afternoon at their
home on Arizona street- A color
scheme of gold and white has been
utilized for decorations and in the
menu wmch is beina- served. Autnmn i
leaves and flowers decorate the re-j1"'""-eerving
rooms. Mrs. Ben Clements 1 A S
and Mrs. P. Lopes are presiding at j J t
iiirfuiii,u iuic aiiu ax-b. .Brume LWir
and Mrs. J. M. Lewis are assisting at
the tea table. The members of the
house party assisting the hostesses in
the courtesy are: Mesdaroes W. T.
Owen. H. E. Christie. J. M. Lewis.
Jerome Dale. George Evans, W. C. Mc
Cormack. Ben Clements, George
Lopez, A. K. Alfonte. W. C Weiss.
Frank Spence.. E. W. McKenxie. Ed
Nefson. Francis Bean of Los Angeles.
Miss Abbfe Clibousne and Miss Jessie
Bell Blanton. There are 209 guests.
Among the delightful affairs which
have been planned for the entertain
ment of the visiting members of the
American association for the ad
vancement of science. American as
sociation of engineers and the Medical
and surtrieal association of the south
west, will be a dinner Wednesday
evening at the Harvey house for the
officers, executive c committeemen and
their wives. The women of the as
sociation will be the guests of honor
at a tea -which will be given from 3
to S oclock Wednesday afternoon at
the Woman's club. The El Paso
Women Voters Entertain Smelter
I Residents With Music and Stunts I
X interesting- and delightful mod-, have postponed their social service
ral proeram was given Saturday
(veninir at the Smelter T. St. C
A by the El Paso league of women,
voters for the residents of the Smel
ter district. A varied program of vo
cal and instrumental selections were
gjven by Mrs. Burt Anderson. Mrs.
H. A. Taylor. Miss Vera Hayes, Miss
era user. jars. js. u. uewis. c. V
program which waa to hare been (iv-
rn Minmrniw afternoon at tne Mexi
can community center until 3 Qclock
Wednesday afternoon.
An error was made In announcing
tne aaie or tne next meeting ot the
Bobert E. Lee chapter of the U. D. C.
J no mwnnjf win d, neia in tne cnan-
N&fe and Walter rav4i. with , ter rooms of the Woman's ctabhonse
Schenek. jr.. accompanying. A clever I Thursday afternoon Instead of Fri
fearure of the program was a group ,
of tumbling and athletic acts by a
team from the Mexican Y M. C. A. in- Tne guild of the First Presbyterian
eluding Antonio Flore Hrpo Bas- i 'h"1'' wil1 meet at S IO ocloclc Thnrs
quez and Ramon ST. Cneha. day afternoon in the church parlor
if. 9 I to discuss plans for Christmas activi-
. :. ties ana partie
... weea 8 Program has been 9
vuiuuea ior una weea ny the T. W.
CA which Includes a meeting In the
gymnasium of the baseball team Mon
day evening, and a meeting of the
history group of the Business Women's
club at 7:38 oelock Monday evening In
the club rooms with Mrs. Maud Sulli
van as leader. Tuesday evening, the
dramatic group of the Business
Woman's club will meet to assign
roles in the play which It will present
at the Toltec club.
Mrs. A. J. W. Schmidt and Mrs. D.
D. Temple entertained Saturday aft
ernoon with a silver tea at the" home
of Mrs. Schmld. 382 Bneco street,
for the benefit of the Junior mis
sionary society of the Anbury Metho
dist Episcopal church. About 35
guests were received.
Mr. DwdM, &e "Lirer TW
Tdk tte Treacbery of
.omel loses you a day! Ton know
tiat calomel tm. If s mercury; quick
xiver. Calomel la dangerous. It
trashes lrrto soul bf le like dynamite.
rartptng and sicksnlng you. Calo
mel attacks the booes and should
never be put into your system.
When you feel blUous. slaggtan,
constipated and all knocked oat and
relieve you need a doss of laageroos
alomal just remember that your
'imggtet sells for a few cents a large
t ottle of Oodson's Liver Tone, which
s entirely vegetable and pleasant to
taks and Is a perfect substitute tor
lalomeL It Is guaranteed to start
onr liver witaout sttmng you up ln
ride, and can not salivate.
Zon't take calomel I It can not be
crusted any mors than a leopard or a
-rild-cat. Take Oodson's Uver Tone
which straightens you right up and
makes you feel fine. Give it to the
.niioreD Because it is neneeuy narm-
im. i aoean i gnpe. aov.
Medical society will be hosts on Fri-I " m'SUVTm ""It !, I
day evening at a reception and dance E'Vinn1rJ" ,?Sdr
"aJ7 group or
tne club wfll meet at 7:1V odock
Tuesday evening at the home of Miss
Little Deyo In Manhattan Heights. At
tne regular meeting or the Sammies'
club Thursday evening at the1 dub
house. Mrs. E. L. Lewis will talk on
Civic Affairs."
The Phnathea class of the First
Presbyterian chnrah will meet for
supper at the ehureh at I: IS on Wed
nesday evening. A iparLU table will
e set ar the regular ehoreh supper
which is being served this wsek by
Mrs. Floyd Poe. assSstsd by the wives
of the. elders. Dr. Poe will speak at
thy devotional servies at 7:M. At
oelock a short business aeeslon of the
Si" ."'ll wtt the preeMest
J!? L "-...'weiy- presiding; A
nrograra wrn be given under the di
rection of Miss Eva Staple toe, mis
sionary chairman, which will Include
talks by Mrs. Henry T. Bowie and Dr.
Floyd Poe. Dr. Poo win speak of his
recent trip to Mexico. The dass Is
I g!""'"ST to sing unrisuBBs carols on
I Christmas i fnr K. .i-i. 1
1 1",' '.he eitT- Dora Peebles
Tuesday's Calendar
Of 'Social Events
RS. B F. CLUTTER 8 and Mrs. R.
W. McCandless's tea- at Toiler
clubhouse tn honor of Mrs.
Francis Beall of Los Aagdes, and
Mrs. L. E. Sltton of SjmrtubuYg. S. C.
Directors' meeting at 10 oelock at
Woman's clubhouse.
Out of Town Vision.
V. Vm A C Aiuwl.lf
daughter. Jane, residents of Sliver eUrecting thhi work.
Cttr. N". M- are nati at the Paso !
' numbers or Waif iimmim v .
ot tie TJ. D. C, win attend in a body
222!? 8- Birch -
field which wfll bo held at t:M oelock
Tuesday afternoon at Trinity Metho
dist church. Osn. Btrehfleld,- who was
a Confederate veteran, having served
as Gen. Price's body guard, was com
mander of the Pad fie division and
presided at the reunion held recently
m New Orleans, was an honorary
member of Wade Hampton chapter.
.pn eSont of tbe death of 8. 8.
5!?l5'd- " """"a of the Trinity
Methodist, ehureh missionary society
Special Price
1-2 Po
City. X.
del Norte hotel for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. I annum and
family, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, are in
the city, en routs to California. While
in El Paso they are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. George Bruce, at thetr home,
1411 East Overland.
-Miss Katherine Kliburnl of El Paso,
who is attending Baylor university at
Belton, Texas, was a guest for the
TnanKsglvtng holidays or Miss saran
Britlgers at the Kappa Gamma soror
ity house at Austin. Other El Paso
people who pper.t the day at Texas
university Included Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Holliday, judge Ballard Caldwell
snd Mrs. Thornton Bardie.
El Pasoans Away.
Mrs. Francis B. OdeU left Ssnday
afternoon for Hot Springs, Ark, to
spend a month resting and recuperat
ing. She will letaia to SI Paso for
the Christmas holidays.
A Christmas bazaar wfll be given
the first week in December bv the
women of the First Methodist church
for the benefit of the church fund.
Tbe women of tne American legion
auxiliary w 11 meet at S olock
Wednesday -ening at the chamber
of coromerct.
The El Paso Ft deration of Wom
en's Clubs will ieet net Monday at
the Woman's t hibhoui-e.
There will lie a director's meeting
at the "Wnman's club house at 10
oelock Tuesday moni.ng.
Mr. Grant expresses himself as of
the belief that the No. 7 well will
prove eoual to expectations. He says:
"it looks like It ought to be as good
or better than the No 4 well which
superintendent Newby roorted. last
week, as having pumped 90 barrels
of oil In seven hours. 1
Drill On Turner Ranch.
Grant uell No. 8, is now In process
of drilling on a location to the north
and east of the No. 4 well, with the
hole down 10 feet and the drill work,
ing in a hard limestone stratum.
All of these wells are on the Tur
ner ranch, northeast of Fort Stockton.
The Pecos Valley Oil company, with
a standard rig located on the 'Scott
rancn. nortn or iron Stockton, is as
sembling tools and workmen.
The star rig being operated by Dave
Humphrey for W. B. Troy is driUIng
in alternate layers or sanastone and
limestone, with the hole down around
us reet.
At tbe S foot level a small showing
or on made Its appearance But the
operators do not anticipate getting
anytming liae satisfactory production
abort of the level around S feet.
The Oregon-Texas Drilling syndi
cate, drilling with a standard rig is
in blue shale at a depth of too feet.
Favorable showtags of both oil and
gas are said to have been encountered
in the last 10 feet of drilling.
Resembles Permian. '
The Pinal Dome Oil company's well
is dovrsVo a depth or 330 feet. In a
stratum of red day, resembling the
Permian formation.
John Hoffet. state deputy oil and
gas fhsjpector. working under tbe
jurisdiction ot the state railroad com
mission, was here to make an In
spection of development work of the
Grant Oil corporation. He said he
was Impressed with the possibilities
of the Fort Stockton field.
Henry Mendius. manager of the,
Bethlehem-Texas OA company, a San
Francisco organisation, drilling on toe
Corder ranch, was here yesterday,
following a visit to the scene of the
Grant Oil corporation, activities,
northeast of here 14 miles. He said i
the wen. was down 2121 feet- with the
drilling suspended pending tbe setting
or casing in a one saaie stratum.
of their companies in Hueco basin.
On returning. Mt. Thelsen received
a report from the Hueco Baals Oil
company's well to the effect that a
depth of 235 feet has been readied
and the drillers are now reaming u
set the casing to that depth
Si nee shutting off the water and
resuming drilling at 5253 feet, the
drillers have gone dowh to a depth of
Z.1K5, into a very sole rum snaie. as
this shale was crumbling. It was
deemed advisable to set the easing to
the bottom of the hole. The easing
was already down to a depth of 2273
feet, where the water had been com
pletely shut off. Just below that
depth is a stratum of hard red lime
about five feet thick. When this is
reameQ. the casing can be set to the
bottom, and drilling resumed.
It Is not going to be necessary to
ream an the war to the oresent bot
tom of the hole and the Job of setting I
the casing should not occupy more ;
than a few days. ;
RoswelL N.-M, Nov. . The next
deep test oil well In the Pecos valley
vein be drilled by C. H. Buahley and
assodates of St. Louis, Mo. It miles
east of this dty across the Pecos
river. Drilling will begin not later
than June 1. 131, and proceed to a
depth of 4000 feet unless oil or gas in
paying quantity is found at lesser
depth. This company has leased from
H. J. Hagerman 2S.9 acres in what
i. w . - , i. t nt ..-,.. wn.t
The Mother'., council of the Grand- ,s the third well under contract to
ew school will meet next Monday be drilled In this part of Chaves
county. The Kansas-New Mex Oil
company announced that It will drill
four additional wens on its tract near
Artesla on which already oil has been
the school.
About El Pasoans.
Mrs. Julius Bergman 1
noma. j,3S cnrton street.
C J. Andrews, who has been sick.
Is much improved and will soon be
out again.
Miss Pauline Latta. secretary of the
First Presbyterian church, has re
turned to her office, after an illness
of several weeka
Congressman and Mrs. Claude B.
Hudspeth v. ill leave Tuesday for
Washington. P r where they will
join their on and daughter, who are
in school there. They will also at
tend the opening session of congress.
El Pasoans Returning.
James G. McNary returned Sunday
night from Fort Worth. Texas, where
he addressed 6000 teachers of the
state teachers' association.
sirs. j. v. crowdus has returned to
Red Cros Candidates
Named By Committee
tne loaowing Cwndldstee for of
fices of the El Paso chapter Amen-,
can Red Cross for the year 121 have
been nominated. Horace B. Stevens,
chairman: Mrs. H. W. Breeddua. vice
chairman; U. 8. Stewart, treasurer,
and Mrs. H. F. Worthlngton. secre
tary. Candidates for the executive
committee are James G. McNary, Dr.
Herbert Stevenson. R. F. Burgee. Mrs.
J. F. Williams and Mrs. Fred Norton.
The election will be held at 3 oelock
Tuesday evening. November 30.
The meeting will be open to the
public and nominations win be re
ceived from the floor. The nominat
ing committee Is composed of Maurice
Texas Teachers Will Print
Address By f. Q, McNary
On the last day of the state Teach
ers' association. In session at Fort
Worth, sijrnal honors were bestowed
on an 1 Pasoan. when a motion was
unanimously carried to have ihe paper
given ny James u. aoary printed
by the press of Texas. No other snob
commendation was bestowed during
this session, although noted educators
from many states addressed the as
sembly. Mr. McNary has been invited
to deliver It again, in El Paso, to
those who are interested tn the chil
dren of the city. It will be riven at
an early date.
This news comes in a letter from
Vrs. Empress Arrington, delegate
from El Paso.
Dr. XeVey, of the University of
Kentucky, in an iMnirinr address,
oecaareo tne world is waking up to
know that educators are the torch -bearers
of civilization, and. although
ecoffemic disadvantages are great,
teachers are repaid in the lives of
great men and women. As moldert
of public opinion, they are the safe
guard or- the menace of democracy,
he asserted.
' Dr. T H. Harris, of Louisiana, said
the children are suffering from the
many changes made in the teacaing
forces and said tbe profession, too
often loses the services of a teacher
just when she ts becoming of excep
tional service by reason of her ex
perience. He held that teachers, re
gardless of sex. should be compen
sated according to the service ren
dered, and urged that teaching be
made worth while.
Dr. Brooe R. Payne, president of
Pea body college. XashviHe. Tenn ,
utsred social recognition for teachers, i
iKose whose dm it- A
the children whare to become the
backbone of the nation." In advocat
ing training, he said; "The quallflca
Lon f Perfecting a child like oats
the Image of God is in itself one of
tbe greatest qualifications widen one
can possess."
Battleships Make Mooe
As If To Meet Enemy
San Frawlxpn r.rie x.- .
of- i oameanip Mew Mexico,
flagship of the Pacific fleet, and the
New York, flagship of the battleship
force, two divisions of the fleet
weigrnen ancnor nere today to go
through the movements of meetrag a
"u aiiacsrag tne caiuumla
her home at 2800 Copper street after i Schwartz, chairman; rabbi Martin
a six weeks' islt with her sister. Mrs.
r. jscranane in ioronlo. Ontario.
Win. B. Srookev and Miss Irma Mit
chell, school teacher at Corona V
1L, were married m El Paso Saturday
by Dr. Floyd Poe at the Presbyterian
manse. They are from neighboring
ui Illinois.
A Simple, Safe, Iaezpesfrre Method
that Clears Ost the Seed, Heia and
There is mo disease more offensive
' disagreeable or no disease that
will lead to as much serious trouble
as catarrh. Yon can now get rid of
it by a simple, safe, pleasant home
remedy discovered by Dr. Btosser, a
catarrh specialist.
Dr. Blossei's Remedy is comuosed
of medicinal herbs, floweas and ber
ries, which you smoke m a dainty
pipe or cigarette. The smokeTvapor
is Inhaled Into all the ah- passives
of the head, nose, throat and lungs.
It contains no cubebs or tobacco and
may be used by women and children
as well as men.
This medicated smoke carries medi
cine where sprays, douches and oint
ments cannot possibly reach. Its ef
fect is snouting ana nesline and Is
entirely harmless. If you are a suf
ferer from catarrh, asthma, catarrhal
deafness, or subject to frequent colds,
you should try this Remedy without
Any wen-stocked drnir store an
supply Dr. Blotter's Remedy In cig
arettes or powder for smoking in a
pipe, or will order It for you. Satis
factory resjlts guaranteed by a gen
uine, money-back offer.
A trial package will be mailed
poatpaia to any sufferer for ten
nmts (coin or stamps) by The Bios-
ser CO.. DDIS. Atlanta. ta nxnn.
" oeiiguuui ana remarkable effee-
UTeoou. AST.
National Bank Closes; I El Paso Bread Price
Examiner Is In Charge) Is Cut Ten Percent
8ter!lng. Colo. Nov. .
-The Farm- Bread exoerienceri a fan in vt i
ays National bank of Sterling this I Monday, but It was not damaged in
mornir.z failed to open Its doors for
the least.
Along with cuts In other prices,
bread "sot it'."
George G. Franklin, president of the
Tri-State baking company, announced
a cut in tne wnolesale price from
11 cents to 10 cents for 1 '-ounce
loaves and a cut from lttt cents to
19 cents on -ounce loaves.
The cut Is effective at once. Mr.
Franklin savs bread never has been
as high in El Paso as in the east.
consequently it was not possible to
make a big cut. The cut today, how
ever, amounts to about 1 percent.
Australia has nesrly
of untouched forests
300 00s acres
Giiticirra Soap
The Healthy L-
Shaving Soap
. Xm7wlMr3Bc
Coughs Grow Better
Btnatly soon, throat isfianuuation diiao.
pears, untation j rcbeved and tfarosttfck
la top,, when rou u rdiabte, toTterad
buslre a. A notice placed on the
doors of the building staled that the
bsnk was closed by order of the presi
dent snd board of directors, and that
the national bank examiner had taken
charge. The nerJee was signed by"
Roy E. Smith, national bank examin
er. No statement was obtainable from
officers or the bask examiner. .
The bank had a paid In capital
stock of ilM.Mv and surplus of $55.
. arardine to its statement of Sep
tember 8. Individual deposits sub
ject to check shown by this state
ment totaled KS3.91S.10. The bank
was organised In June l. .Its presi
dent It James P. Barney, and the
cashier is G. S. Simons. The bank
owns and occupies one of the largest
buUdtaes ha Sterling.
The bank was a member of the fed- I
eral reserve system.
Fees Since Statehood
Net Arizona $852,890.39
Phoenix. Aria, Rot. 2i. Total fees
received by the office of the secre
tary of state ' during the period w
statehood, or from February It, 11J,
to June 30, last, total SU3.SM.3. ac
cording to tabulation of figures made
public from the secretary of state's
OfflAA tlMlav ftf Iha nM ,1... !
greater part comprised motor license Ten't- it frwrrnnofe. trial
fees. These aggravated $7S1.31i.e. 1 isa t It IOTtUnatC 1113 C
' t rr i
TELEPHONE INVENTOR IS ' ga correc C09tg J1 aDout
HONORED BY NATIVE QTV the same per cup as ordi-
Edinburgh. Scotland. Nov. lThe rr t
freedom of the ettv was conferred to- nnrtr rn trrr I
day upon Alexander Graham Bell, in- J . . -
:i??2XJ.?3t"t- h0 '. Isn't it fortunate that
Zlelonka. Fred Noeton. sirs, x V tarti-
(lams and Mrs. J. X DriscoIL
Patrols Look For Party
Of 23 Adrift Jn Gale
Seattle, Wash, Nov. 2. Patrol
parties today continued their search
along the rocky Washington coast
for traces of the barge "W. j. Pirrte.
cut adrift la ay gale Friday from tbe
steamer Santa Rita near James Island,
with ! persons aboard.
The coast guard cutter Suohomish
sent" a radio message that parties
rum use cutter anei irom tne Qnil
layute Indian reservation were pa.
trolling the coast.
Quantities of lumber which it ts
believed might have been a part of
tne nmes cargo, were washed up
on the beaches.
REDUCE PRICE OF BREAD 1 1110 IUU onBmal navor or
IN CLEVELAND STORES reaily fine coffee is now-
protected by
Cleveland. Ohio, Nov. 28. The price
of a 24 ounce loaf of bread was re
duced ziom 14 to IS cents today by u
grocery company operating a large
number of stores hers.
The senior Hl-T club will entertain
men of -he high school faculty Tues
day evening at S:tt oelock. There
will be one or two speeches, and Ed
gar Port eroy will "do tauts" at the
piano An added attraction are the
"Tumbling Tads."
sealed tins, so that all the
1 goodness and rich .smooth
taste get into your break
fast cup?
i And isn't it particularly
nice that you can get your
Have Them Engraved,
j . cuuran juu axe yiyiiung tu kuu - - .
Chrlstmfs Greeting Cards. Why not monCY DaCK II VOU UOn t
hatve Lb-?m engraved? There Is no J J
comparison to the effect that can b. Hit,. Rr4iitlSnr Cnffrrt
obtained by properly engraved Chrlsi- , "Us'c ytJimmg ouccr
mas greeting uarus. we- are ready
to fill your order now.
171 Paso Printing Co
New address, 108 Chihuahua St. Ad
Schilling CofFee
Ernest Hlgbee died at the family
home. 1523 to Altera boulevard, Fri
day at 4-.M p. m. Mr. Higbee was
2S years of. age at tbe time of his
death and came to El -Paso about a
year ago from his former home in
While In' XI Paso, Mr. Higbee was
oounecxea witn tne Associated Chari
ties. He Is survived by bis widow.
Mrs. Bertha Higbee, who left on Sat
urday noon with the body far Grant.
Mich, where- the fester! and burial
will take place Wesmendav or thi
week. j
JAMES M. COOPER, 32,' ' '
James M. Ooooer. It vmx am aim
Sunday afternoon Jit his home. 2221 i
Fruitaa street. He Is survived by a ,
widow and three ewMren. Funeral
services will be conducted this after- 1
noes at 2 oelock at the chapel of the 1
J. J. Kaster undertaking company,
burial to be la Concordia cemetery. I
The infant son of CspC and Mrs.
W. J. R. Akeroyd, of Corambus. N. M.
died Sunday afternoon. The body
will be seat to New Jersey Tuesday I
for burial. The body is at the Peak- 1
Hagedon Undertaking company. i
Alexander Marbory. 62 years old. ;
died Sunday afteraooB at a local 1
sanatorium alter a two months' resi
dence In El Paso. Surviving are a
widow, one daughter and one son.
The body win be sent to St. Louis
for burial.
James Borders, of El Paso, was
elected a director la the Texas Asso
ciation of Adclubs. at the recent con
ference of Adclub executives In Waco,
according to A. R. MllUean, who has
Just returned. Mr. Borders succeeds
John H. Regan, former assistant man
ager of the El Paso chamber of com
merce. Mr. Mlllican says Me delegates will
attend the state convention tn "Waco
on January 21. They voted first to
come to El Paso, but because of a
desire to be near Austin to push a
bill before the legislature to compel
honest advertising In Texas, Mr. Mll
lican withdrew El Paso and allowed
the convention to go to Waco.
He says San Benito, Beaumont and
Wichita Fails adclubs have Joined the
state association and the Houston sd
club will come back In at tbe Janu
ary meeting.
The Dallas club maintains club
rooms and a speakers' bureau that Is
developing latent talent In the dub,
be says.
Bye comfort ts assured when glasses
are prescribed by us. as we do not
prescribe glasses unless they are re
quired. Need Glasses? Ask Segall.
Kl l'so Optical Co-,
IN Texas St . 211 San Antonio St Adv. I
Clothes Purer
Than the Milk You Drink
All of os have learned through oar
studies of personal hygiene and
sanitation, that if we would beet
safeguard our health, our clothes
should be sterilized as wail as
It is uiKrsa-stfindfng of this fact
that makes our laundering methods
seperior to those of the kundreee..
When you send us yoar'famfly bun
dle we return k to you purer than
the milk you drink.
M9k is supposed to be safe for
use after it has been pasteurized,'
or held at a temperature of from
131 to 161 degrees for a few rain-
. After washing clothes as we wash
them in pure water at 180 degrees
and drying them in a current of
clean, fresh air at 29 degrees, your
things approach nearer to perfect
purity than the mHk yot serve os
your table.
To be sure of clothes cleenliaees
and clothes purity, telephone us.
We wil have our driver caM for
your family' bundle.
LaaiHrertn, Dry Oenert sad D;en
Pkr 43W
! miigestian, Acidity, Sourness i
aiiu vjaxs aiimi iriui
"Pape's Dia pepsin"
The moment vou eat a tablet or
two of Pape's Dianepsin all the lumps
of indis-estiott naln. the sourness.
'heertbnm and belching of gases, due
to acMUtx. rantsn truiv wonaerrui
Millions of people know that it Is
needless to be bothered with mdlges
tton. dvsseoeia or a disordered stom
ach. A few tablets of Pane's Dianep
sin neutralise acidity and give relief
at once no waiting! Bur a box ot
Panes Dlapensin now! Don't star
dyspeptic! Try- to regulate your
stomaen so you can eat favorite roods
witnoot causing distress. The cost is
so little. The benefits so great. Adv
Use Herald Want Ads
mence at once to restore you? esergy,
strength and ejodarance by taking
James Stall. U years old, died here i
Sunday afternoon. He was a mem- t
ber of the American legion. The i
widow will accompany the body Tues- i
day to Harrison, O., for burial. )
EL K. Smith, M years old, died Sun
day. The body will be sent' Tuesday
to Mansfield, IriL, for burial. He Is
survived bv a widow. The body is
at the Peak-Hagedon Undertaking
Torino Sllvm. aged 19 years, rfesid
inp near the rock crusher on Cotton
avenue, was struck fey aa aatonobHe.
alleged to have been driven bjt Gab
riel Provencto, and seriously injured
Silva, was removed to the emergency
hospital at police headquarters, where
It i- stated his iauirU. not likely
I to prove fatal.
His Years
Doesn't it make you feel
good cause you to straight
en up and feel "chesty"
when someone guesses your
age at ten years or so
younger than you really
are? You look into your
mirror, smile with satisfac-9
boo and say to yeurself:
"Well, he didn't make such
a bad guess, at that."
The point is: You're bo
older than your vitality.
If a man is strong, vigor
ous, mentally alert, fine and
fit at 50 be bas a better
chance of living np to 80
than a man of 30 who is
weak and run-down has of
living up to 60. While none
of us can stay the years nor
stop time, we should all
make an heroic effort to suc
cessfully resist the effects
of time by ever keeping oar
vitality at par.
When you sense a feeling
of slowing down of your
physical forces when your
stomach, liver, kidneys and
other organs show signs of
weakness when you notice
a lack of your old time "pep"
and "punch" in. other
words, when yon fee) your vitality
ts on tbe wane, joa should com-
For Sale By All Druggists, Always In Stock At
The Great General Tonic
This master body-builder wiH fwlp
you keep young in spirit sad meats
soi physical action, because H will
ateist Nature In aeutsuniar your vitahcr at par
Hearteees the blood, restores worn -oat nsrser.
seethes jsacflaa: sad orer-wronsnt serves. In
duces ssaad ntn&teg sleep, sharpens the sppt
tne, taeei up tsessjeseon in ahert, will put d-j
w, new vusw
sad new ran in
every fibre of
year body.
Ton wgl be
Mm bed hew
urnes bettsr
vosll feel alter
iu srs urea
A prominent nlrsicka k aa inter
view today says if tne public oclv
knew tne took value of port wine and
oKve oi they would atop ba)bg all
sort of Dottruntt.
Port Olive is a coaLiiMtie ot
rick, creamy ochre oi! aad rare old
port wine sdesbficaJiy blended wub
other aetSessel agents.
It quickly restores tired-oat, run
down systems; is especially valuable
m aeaemic aod all waiting diseases,
increases weigjit and strength, and
tones up the entire system.
Start today taking Part Olive, na
ture's food tonic, and see bow quick
ly yon intprsTe- On sale at alt neigh'
borhood druggists.
The Port OKve Co.. 745 N. Main
street, Los AgeJes, CaL Adv.
Gets 28 Eggs A Day
Mow, Frent 34 Hens
C C Warts, Wel-.Bwva Breeder, Tells
How. Costa Nstaise; ts Try.
MWnsd, It's
BAST UXattfTfl
It MP tb
bowels, tn Am
rnwllhai. Get LYXO ItwUh r4mU pmb
IWttiAfrom c only. Ukm fktm aWw
TO? AragZi t Realmsx mB talHsUm.
Sel MuMfctr-rcrw
N w York .Kansas CHr. M
1 ssts Deo Busr to M utmty Buff
Orsssataas and tke iet yicM tsersasci
ftssa I to 33 a AST. Den Bsas; ta a
veaSVr and I am Bowjrtvtsr U to all
Be sens rsgolirlT." Csas. C Walir.
tTip!'f" sir. Waste 1 tke well
rV"S7 Esova breeder sad ar
A kiMtsr. Bo wrote tso
aoevv mcer n iMcrm
oer. imi sis test sad
. shewn a sain of 21 m
a dav from 84. beaa We win mass von
tse sssm oner we maue nun. uere it is :
Give your seas Doa Suae sad watch
resits for ess meets, if Ta dec't aad
tsat K bsts for itself and navs van a
reed prole entail, elm ply tell us snd
your mgaer will be caeerfony refunded.
Den sans: IChmese far eer.lavtnrl la
a ertenUfie tonic and condifiiner. It s
sjHr ctren la the feed, iawreres tl.-'
hen's health and makes her stronger as J
more active. It tones np tee eax-layloc
orfans. aad sets the eras, so matter
sow cold or wet the weather.
1 oa can os tain Don suns rrora toot
for a
drusgist or poaltrr remedy dealer,
send Jl-Oi (tncladee war taxi fo
ravfcue bv man. Burrell-Ihigzer
214 taramnia Bidg, isdnuupoMs,
Sfoaey haez without eaeseoi
U HUNTS SULVE fails in the
treatment ot ITCH, r
itehlar sxla diseases, rnit
Sc at druexlsta. or direct frost
JLAankCTi naiaas U-Sirzis.Tsi

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