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EL PASO HERALD
nmnmHiiiamirffiM Lieut. Brackinridge Will Wed Dorcas Payne; Invitations Out These Children Need Schooling And Air By Ol.LIK P. LANSDE MONROE PAYNE has Guests will be the members of the ed invitation" for the wed-1 wedding party aid Miss Paynes ' momer, -Mrs. Lavta rayne. ' tfler the dinner the guests will1 attend the fortnightly dance given by the officers of the 82nd field artillery. I dins: of her daughter, Miks Dorcas -n p n- and I-iui John Glenn K-a-'k1! ridge of th V. S. army which s to nk'1 place on tli evpninc of M-iri- December 27. at the First I reshvterian church with Ir. Floyd Tvt rf rttfnjr. The hour for the nddirir is 5 o'clock. 'us Franrea Smith will be maid of honor and the hridesmaidt will In- -nid- Mks Dorothy Smith. Mis Dorothy I-arkland. Miss Kattaennt. i Dick and Miss Beatrice Stiles. Th iiower eirls are to be cousins of I Mjjs Payne, Kathryn Pajne Harrit- i Tuesday from Baylor college to spend and Nancy Pettus the holidays with her parents, Mr Lieut. Fred Clark of the 52nd field j and Mrs. J. F. Kilburn. artillery, Lieut. Brackenndee's regi- , Patsy Comody. an old timer of this ment will be best man and Lieut. K. j city, who has been living in New T. Argo L eut. O. 1 McDaniel and York for the last three years, has re Lieut. Garr.son. all of the regiment, turned to El Paso and is now looking will be groomsmen. Capt. Stanley for a location to go into business. Bacon wi'l come from (Tamp Travis Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Ballard, to be another proomsman. ushers . -r have returned from their hnnev- moon trip, and are at home In the Rio El Posoons Returning. j ilis Hallet Johnson, daughter of t Mr. and Mrs. C Hallet Johnson will ' arrive Friday to spend the holidays ( with her parents. t Miss Kathenne Kilburn will arrive will be Jo Worsham, Robert Wash-1 burn. Clark Wright, and William Ra--" T! e 'Tid-1 will enter the church witn iir iim-le W. F. Payne and J. B. P?'i'' hr uncle. will pive her in m-r ,c. Many interesting' affairs rriririfp Miss Payne prior to her vr. 'i'uc day. irf t ,, pretty social ai fairs for tr.e ve v. m ne a dinner to comnn ment Vis Payne given by Miss Fr.n.'r s-r th Friday evening at the t ' in .Hawtnrone i'lace. I Famous Old Recipe g I for Cough Syrup g l Zaal)y aad cheaply nad at heme. I but tk bents tbcw H fr ! quick resatts. 5g Thousands of housewives have found that Ibev can save two-thirds of the money usually spent far cough preparations, .by using this koown old recipe for makinjr cough syrup. I- is simple and cheap bat it has no equal for prompt results. It takes right hold of a cough and give immediate relief, usually stopping an ordinarv cough m 24 hours or less. Get 2Vt ounces of Pines from ar; druggist, txjux it into a pint bottle. Rod add plain granulated sugar syrup to make a fall pint. If you prefer, use clarified molasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup. Either war. it tastes good, keeps perfectly, and lasts a family a long time. Jt's truly astonishing how quickly St i-ct5, penetrating through every air passage of the throat and lungs iooei5 and raises the phlegm, soothes and heals the membranes, and gradually but surely the annoying throat tickle and dreaded cough dis appear entirely. Nothing better for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, hoarse ness or bronchial asthma. Pinex is a special and highly cos centra, ted compound of genuine Nor way pine extract known the world over for its healing effect on membranes. Avoid disappointment by asking vnnr drnjrgist for "2 ounces of P'uex with full directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or money promptly refunded. The Pinex CoC, Ft Wayne, Ind. Graii de apartments. Mrs. Ballard is the former Miss Eva D. Stevenson. Miss Marjone and Miss Saramie Livesley who are taking special must- ; cal courses in Los Angeles have ar-! rived to spend the holidays with their parents. 3ir. and Mrs. Frank v . Livesley. j About Ml Pasoans. j Mr. and Mrs. X. E. Ford ham and j family have moved from their former home. 3917 Trowbridge, and are now located at 3608 Pershing Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Sammeril are the parents of a daughter, born Monday at Hotel Dieu. The little ar rival has been named Betty Alys. Arthur Thomas Watts Is here from Allen academy. Bryan. Texas, to spend the Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs. I. D. Watts, and his grandmother. Mrs. S. C Daniel. Charles E. Bryan has received an nouncement of the birth of a son to his daughter Mrs. Frank Blossom of Chicago. Monday morning. Mra Blossom was the former Mies Irene Bryan. 'ft OVER a million of the school children in this oountrv ou'i t to be in school rooms like this, hocause they are sickly, poorly nourished or threatened with tuberculosis. This is one of the 1500 open air schools of the United States. Tuberculosis Christmas Seals furnish the funds for securing these schools and summer fresh air camps. !i Mexican Society Set To Give'Two ' Posadas To Celebrate Christmas She was Fat Circa yea u iaa amud mora T tm Msy dm&HKB of Fwh DOW MM iKsSmSBSff sum) taBor- C W 8 3 V 191 ' a, la thTM .Mh Mow b. Im agile. Mnioni imvtnriMTt and n 6- EUT. 10 ta S3 Mm I m &af& ' - w ptanlcuiM- IUUUTCI BvtmaUriifri T 4rmnW i or for frea pioumi. wnfc ruar MstiawBol. eaaoatorao in pUte wcvper) wrk. to bMH Cuwonr. MV-GB, StMto. X. Sw York r'O mi important events ot the Christ- letr aef and their friends will be two posadas to be given on the evenings of December It and 28 at the Casino Mezicana. A posada is a gathering: of congenial groups for an evening of music and dancing in old Mexico and the affairs will be in replica of those of Mexico. A feature of the evening will be the breaking of gailv decorated ollas filled with Christmas delicacies. The committee in charge of ar rangements includes Mesdamss Maria T. de Ginther, Santos M. de Falomir, Josefina A. de Escobar. Maria M. de Bolanos Cacho. Josefina R de Beck mann, Santos M. de falomir. Lnz Z. de Madero. Trinidad L. de Martinez. Maria Luiaa D. de Baca, Carmen Z. de Kraft, Francisca Campa de Rosenfeid. Emma M. de Bias, Josefina B. de Beckmann. Emilia O. T de Palacioa. r rancisca u. ae oroaco, Herllnda A de Ruiz, Maria Baca, Gracia Ginther. Josefina A de Escobar. Maria M. de Bolanos Cacho. Maria Hermosillo de sancnez: Misses Matllde Falomir, Manuela Baca. Gnadalurt. Creel. Sa- bina Bolanos Cacho. Magdalena Stehl. Eva Nunez. Maria Lutsa Flore. Elena Rigoulet. Amada VUlalobos, Josefina Prieto. Julia Schuster, Sarah Priet'o. Carlota Franco, Estelia Lacoma, Em ma Farvln, Bsperanza VUlalobos. Berta Nations. Carolina Velarde, Maria Gin ther, Elena Buchoz. Anita Florez, sianueia Klgoulet, Esperanza VUlalo bos. and masters of ceremony Martin f aiomir and untuermo 1'orras. 1 American Legion Dance Will Be j One Of Largest Christmas Affairs 0 NK of the largest affairs of the Literary Department Of Woman's Club Will Meet; Good Program I THE regular meeting of the litera ture department, the last club meeting until after Christmas, will be held tomorrow afternoon at the Woman's clnb. Mrs. A. & Fea tross is to be in charge. An interest ing program, has ten planned, and CSuistmas decorations will be used. Mra A. P. Ave rill will review Cler- gne's "Women of the French Salons." and a play by Sotro. "The Open Door" win oe reaa oy jars, c: A. KJnJtei, this being the first contribution from the drama study dub. Mrs. A. H. Gold stein will sing two numbers. The so cial hour is in charge of Mrs. P. W. Williams and Mrs. A. V. Foster. The Nothing Better For CHRISTMAS GIFTS than NAVAJO RUGS BEACH'S ART SHOP 104 Pioneer Plaza Christmas Hosiery Sale Silk hose, fancy and plain lace docks and fancy 4es A Q d-signs. S3 .50 ralne. Xmas Sale Price $.40 Silk hose, fancy and plain in black and colors, lace rf nn stripe. vsjne. Xmas Sale Price $ L .aO Silk hose, embroidery designs and embroidery docks, plain coks. $3.59 black, brown, white and pink. $4-50 values" Xmas Sale Price LEATHER AND VELVET BAGS AND PURSES LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, EMBROIDERED CORNER, 25c sad 35c eaci. Hand Made Nee&wwk Crock aatl Tatting. Agents for Franeo-Amerfean Toilet Articles for Hlr or Dry Skin. Mnll Orders SvUeHed and Filled Promptly. Jane D. McDougal's HOSIERY EMPORIUM 218 X. Mesa Ave. Phone 33G5. J decorating committee, is composed of Mesdames H. F. Worthington. C P. Brown and P. H. Winter. Oul of Town Visilois Mr. and Mrs. William Cadv and their daughter, MM Octa Cady will t arrive December 23 from their homej in MrV.rv to manil rK. hnlirf,M with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McNary. j Ljeut. Eugene Eubank of the air . service with station at Kelly field, will arrive In the city Friday, to spend the weekend with friends. He will make the trip by airplane. Out of Town Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. W. Paul Waldrlp. of Atlanta, Ga,. ar visiting Mr. Wal drip's sister, Mra Stuart W. Mobley, sr, at 702 North Kansas street. dance given by the American legion on Christmas eve at the Wo man's clubhouse in benefit of the Christmas cheer fund for the children and families of disabled soldiers and of men who lost their lives in the service of their country. A Christmas tree will be presented to the children In the reception room of the clubhouse as the grownups dance in the auditorium. Santa Claua will be present and all sorts of de lightful features will imbue the dance with the Christmas spirit. Kendall 8. Ickes is chairman for ar rangements for the dance. The usual fortnightly dance of the Automobile club will take place Wed nesday evening ai the Automobile clubhouse in West Tsleta. Christmas decorations will make the ball room attractive and numbers of dancers are planning to motor down for the affair. El Pasoans Away. Mlas I Van Sorreils has gone to San Francisco to spend the holidays with an aunt. Mrs. C E. Stratum leaves today for Camp Funston, Kansas, to visit her daughter. Mra John Alexander Klein, jr, and Lieut. Klein. Lieut. Klein is expecting to leave with his division after the holidays for station in Camp Meade. Maryland and Mrs. Snlllvan will remain with them until their de parture for their new post. I Mrs. Frank Turner Hostess At Bridge Party This Afternoon Something Different. A chance to make a late selection of a moat pleasing and appropriate gift an Sngraved Steel Monogram Die and a box of Stationery embossed from It, produced in an artistic and high class manner. We are able to accept a few more orders for Christ mas delivery. El Paso Printing Co. New address. 10S Chihuahua St Adr. SMART afYair of th season is . oriage party this afternoon at Which Mr. Wonlr Tnnu, I, nusiess. xne party is being given at the home of Mr. IT i? fr.m. Montana street and the decorations tor tne reception rooms are in Christ mas colors and ornaments. The flowers are crimson carnations entwined with southern smilax and the lighting is from crimson candles burning in crystal holders. Tailv cards depict the Christmas theme. At the close of the games a three course menu will be served. Mrs. Batteile White and Mrs. Hope Smith assist the hostess with the courtesy of the afternoon and the guests present are Mesdames Adine N. Stafford. W. E. Miller, Frank Spence. A. P. Averill. W. N. Fink, J. J. Kaster. Eugene Harris, George Brur.ner. R. P. Mosson. James White, E. W. McKen zle, & W. Fant. Van C. Wilson. Paul Thomas. Roy Davis. Frank Seamon. Jerome Dale. S. W. Humphreys, Fred j Williams, C. M. H ndricks. Jesse Harris, Maud Harvey, Herbert D. Field. Sam Watklas. W. L. Foxworth, W. P. B. McSaia. James Pickett. R. W. McCandleas, W. D. Greet. C P. Brown. O. H. Palm. Jasper Wooidridge. B. F. Clutter. Fred G. Billings. Walter Arnold. C E. Reinemnnd. Walter Kahlberg. Howard Waldron, Miss Bvana, Miss San: Davis and Mas Margaret Thomason. Mrs. Turner will give another bridge party of similar details tomorrow. The guest list win include: Mesdames J. J. Piatt. W. A. White. Frank Simmons. W. J. Qnigly. P. E. French. J. A Mnrdock. James John son, W. H. Loretx. J. B- Watson. James McKenzie, J. W. Robinson. A FL Butler, M. H. Boomer. G. A. Wood. C E Kelly, John Donohne, W. C Ranm. J. B. Da Bose. C M. Wilchar. Frank Hunter. Locke Tucker, Mc Danlela. A. L. Eaton, J. L. Ely. W. C McCormlck, Fred Stevenson. Elkins. H. E. CantrelL Ralph Dimmitt, Win ston Pettns. E. M. Bray. C W. Croom, W. E. Ward. H. W. Broaddns. A. J. Sirayer, W. H. Seamon. Van Long, R. B. Homan, S. A. Bell is and John Franklin. Selling A Special of Women's Strap Slippers For This Week Only Suede This is a rare opportunity seldom offered. This sale of eOery pair of Women's Suede Slrap Slippers wilh iwn soles and Lxo heels eOery pair ihis season's nevO styles including Laird Schober's and all other makes All excellent values at nearly half the for mer price. $20.00 Bromu, Blacks, Light Grey Suede Slrap Ties, aha one line I Black Kid at the templing price $11 o8S $16.50 Also $17.00 Black and Brotm Sue4e Strap Ties, also one line Black Satin at the price $9.85 Sale commences-tomorrow morning and ends Saturday night. All Sales Final. No C. O. d: No ApproOals jimj No Exchanges No Refunds. , 203 Mesa Aoe. Mail Orders Are Solicited. DeUefens home made fruit cake. l.w pmr pounu. rnoao 2iou-aar The Elite has al&aps had a reputation for its Christmas specialties m the decorative and confectionery lincThis year ve hae a Mock sape riot to anything ever shovn here One interesting item is our immature Christmas tree, decorated with favors, ithich has to he seen to be appreciated On your can dies ve can save you consid erable money AU orders should be in as soon as possible. POWELL'S PRODUCTS "It's remarkable," says the El Paso housewife, "how uniform in quality and goodness Powell's hauy. goods remain.year in and year out." It's a science, that s all. Bread Pies Pastry Cakes Our Wagon Will Coil -it Your Door POWELL'S HOME BAKERY 1018 East Boulevard. Phone 163. Bread is your best food eat more of it i Beautiful English Girl May Be New Duchess Of Marlborough I Phoenix Man Abandons Plea For Bond Injunction Phoenix, Aria. Dec 14. John O. Dunbar, publisher of a weekly paper, has announced he- would instruct his counsel to obtain dismissal of the in- I Junction proceedings Instituted by him last June to tie up Maricopa county's $4. 000.000 bond issue for ! paving more than 200 miles of coun- i ty roads. . Dunbar's suit was filed in federal court at Chicago. Attacking the bond '.issue as illegal, the petition sought a court order to prevent payment of ' money received from the sale of bonds i to the board of supervisors: to pre vent a trust company from delivering bonds to the purchasers, and to ore- vent payment of money by the board of supervisors to the contracting company doing the paving. The federal court, at a hearing June 30. denied Jurisdiction and coun sel for Dunbar then appealed to the United States supreme court. Wednesday s Calendar Of Social Events MEETING of the literary depart ment of the Woman's dab at the clnbhouee at a oeloek. p. m. Mrs. V. & Hints. Mrs. Herman Roach and Mia Anne Chase will en tertain in the afternoon at the HIlIIs home' to honor Miss Mary Heermans. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles and Mrs. E. M. Bell will give a dance in the evening at the Toltec clubhonae to honor Miss Nancy Bean Williams. Danoe In the evinlng by the Auto mobile club at its clubhouse In Went Tsleta. The Daughters of Zlon win bold their December meeting, at odock. in the synagogue B'Nai Zion. Meetlng of EI Paso lodge No. 2M. Fraternal Brotherhood at 2:30 o'clock in Knights of Pythias halL An elec tion of officers wilt take place at the meeting. St. Joseph Altar society will give a silver tea Thursday afternoon at the home of Mra E. F. Russell. 2808 Grant avenue. The revolving hours are to be from 3 nr.til 5 o'clock. WHAT you lose " thru baking failure most be added to baking costs it has to be paid foe Calumet Baking Powder wul save you all of that Be cause whea too ess it there are do faifcrra do krzes. Eray bak ing ys sweet sod patotTtrte and stays moist, tender abd defidooa to the last tasty bite. Thafs a big saving but that isn't all You save when you buy Cataract and you save when yon use it MAN IS ACCUSED OF HIDING ! LIQUOR ABOUT HIS HOME Jesus Gam. is charged -with hav ing: hidden on the premises of the j place where he lives, a half gallon of sotoi. one quart of tequila and five quarts oi cactus juice. iarza pleaded not guilty before United States com moner A. J. W. Schmidt Monday ait ernoon. He furnished a 500 bond for his appearance in court. The Russians have ?he largest fam ilies of any race in Europe. T IS reported that the Dnke of Marlborough will wed Miss Phyllis Boyd, beautiful daughter of Cant. and Iady Lillian Bojd. of London, as soon as th divorce decree obtained by the Duches of Marlboroua-h. the ionner jhiss onsueio anderbilt. of New York, is made absolute nxr Mv Miss Boyd is a popular member of the Juondon youneer stt and a niene est th Earl of Munster. $100 REWARD For tie Arret! and ConTietka of fie Persoa or Peroas Who TOLE A SEVEN PASSENGER NASH AUTOMOBILE DESCRIPTION: Liceate No. 458464; Body No. 153616; EBei No. 51211. Fire Ner Kelly-Springfield Tires; Bfoe-Blsck Body. Notify EI Paso AntoraobSe dob, Cbaaber of Commerce, H Paso, Texas. EL PASO GIRL GETS PLACE I NeW Portrait Of I ON COLLEGE PUBLICATION,! 1 V? V? jLr I Fuiton. Mo. Dec ll.-Mis. Char-1 1 MmC MOXIOS, Wife of j lotte Harris, of El Paso, has been j I Late Kinff of Greece t ilected as one of th. ntor. f tk. I UtC UJ VJfeeCe f Seminole." the annual publication at Synodical college in this citv, where she Is a student. Miss Harris will be in charge of the "Life Department." which will depict many of the activ ities of the school and which will be Illustrated by numerous pictures. Miss Harris already has begun to gather material for her department and Is spending; her spare time editing copv that by other students of the school Directions have been given to enlarge the "Life Department" of the publi cation this year and this will entai a lot of extra work. It will take all winter to assemble the material for the book and it will be released for distribution about commencement time In June. Si It is reasonable in cost and oossesses more than the or dinary leavening strength. Yoa pay less and use less. Yoa get the most in parity, dependability and where- In every way it is the best way to keep down bak ing costs. That" 3 what has made it the workTa biggest selling baking pander baa kept it the favorite of nnffioas of housewives formate than thirty years Prasad can of Cal timet contains fufl Calaset Stmahina Calca) Recipe cop of brgter; 1$ cops granu lated sugar, 2M. cups Soar, 1 enp water. 2 level teaspoons Cala met Baking Powder, 1 tea spoon lemon. yours ot 9 eg Then mix tat regular way. MIGHT AS WEI.T. The treasury department wants to prohlbtt the sale of malt and hops be cause It can be used in the making of home brew. We now look for the prohibition of the sale of corn, rye, I sugar cane, potatoes, barley, persim mons, blackberries, scuppemongs. raisins, yeast aw shucks, let's quit! nouseaeeping: HIS GUIDE BOOK. "I must look in the book to see where 1 11 go on my vacation "Ton mean a resort directory." "Xo. my bank book." Dust storms cause a great deal of eye irritation and if yon are required to be out In the open a great deal you should have a pair of dust giassea Our stock present a large selection to choose from. Xeed Glasses? Ask SegalL Bl Pano Optleal Co., 10 Texas St.. Ill San Antonio St. Adv. 1 .alUisfaak- - l SSSSBBSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSrSsVsSr ItssssssssBffSssffilsssf '' I BssBsasssassssBssBBsssiissssssssi . ' Z II , 1 asssssssssssssBBSr -"Sfc2F ' 1 II lfirfinmehakirrnwtJmrrjrneiri I Then mil in the 12 oz. instead of 16 ox. cans. Be sire I frV-JSfe Sssssf 1 I Of si Armcs "KKiaAcs TtAOa4 I immMM Is Your Best hood I itiW I ur Lady Cakes Are Delicious I fe!SJ I SHANKS CARPENTER I r' 'jI BSssssssSBBSsssssBSassssssssss 30 to 30 Percent DUeonnt. Ask for our Catalog of special prices and place your magazine subscription with The EI Paso Herald. Adv. Golden Glint Shampoo beautifies hair. Used by hairdressers everywhere. -Ad v. A -NEW ai.d hitherto unpublished portrait of Mine. Manos. morgan atic wife of the late king Alex ander of Greece. Mme. Manos, who Is soon to become a mother, was recently rpcognlzrd b the Greek government as th1 widow of Aleandr and will 'nhi-rit the late kings personal property? TWO GREAT CAA1.S. The Sues Canal, which was opened in 1869, Is ninety miles long, while the Panama Canal is but 50.5 miles in length. It cost about J100.000.000 to construct the Suez Canal, while the ost of bu.lding ti-. Panama Cana! was almost four times that amount. L. J. OVERLOCK, BROKER PRIVATE LEASED WIRE Correspoadeatsi LeBan A Bryan, Chicago, Xew York i Paiae, Webber & Co. Bo toa. Dnlath. 317 .North Oregon St. Pheoe34Sj St. Regis Hotel.