EL PASO HERALD
Friday. Dec 24, 1920.
Christmas Eve, Wonder Night Oi Ages,
Eclipses All Events
rVERTBODT 1b too busy with
JL Christmas preparations to sire
much heed to affairs rt the social
world and there Is a dearth of affairs
for the day but what does it matter.
Of a!! the holidays, Christmas ve is f
t-e most delightful because . the
delicious suspense of waiting for
;;fta- The aroma of ths kitchen
preparations ar never so delicious
and sood cheer is on every baud.
Then there are the hundred and
one last things to be done. A run
down town for this and that, home
comers are arriving; on every train and
a happy rush to the station to ffreet
Almost everyone is carrying a
dainty parcel tied with mistletoe and
gray ribbons, delivery wagons are full
of mysterious bundles and to the
youngsters there are tantillzing
glimpses of rocking horses, the frill
of a French doll's dress and what
For the grownup girls there are
Jewelers messengers with smartly
sealed parcels, and a whiff of frag
rknre 'i-oa flowers as the boys on
tWir wheels hurry hither and yon.
There seems to be a holy hush
cren night cometi on and the rooster
u-ver crows so thrillingly as at the
bn-jr of dawn when the glad Christ
mas acclaim is sounded.
The small ones will be put to bed
ic sleep or at least try to sleep
t-mb what seems the longest night
r.f the year, ar.d the elders go out to
i- - -n a i--r-s and dances and th-
MERRY X-M AS
WE YASR tfcCH ONE
WHO R.EMS THIS AO--THE
The Troy Laundry
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TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS WE EX
TEND THE GOOD CHEER OF CHRISTMAS
Times, SINCERELY GRATEFUL FOR OUR
PLEASANT RELATIONS OF THE PAST
IT IS OUR YULETIDE WISH THAT THE
NEW TEAK. MAT DAWN PROSPEROUS ON
YOU AND SO CONTINUE.
SCHNEIDERS SANITARY MARKET
All of the Good
Cheer That Makes
A Merry Christmas
We extend to our multitude of patrons
and fneads. May prosperity, health
and happiness be yours throughout the
Of Social World
sound of CUHbubm carom urn waiM3"
In troth a happy, holy night 18 this
A bout El Pasoans.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Banier. of 2431
Montana street, are the parents of
baby daughter born on Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Haller. of Tei
arkana, Tex- axe spending the holl
xrttt lira. Halter's mother, Mrs.
M. O. Siapleton, 1M0 Cpson avenue.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Ratliff. of 110.
Arlzna seet, have as their guest
Miss Katherine Lauderdale, of Somer
vllle. Texas, who will remain her
through the holidays.
Dr Paul Gallagher arrives this aft
ernoon from San Antonio, where be
has been attending his brotnerinlaw.
Claiborne Adams, who suffered a
severe attack of pneumonia. Mr.
Adams's conditions Is steadily Im
proving. Mrs. Adams Is with him
and thev will remain in San Antonio
util Mr. Adams Is sufficiently recov
ered to return home.
Friends in the city have received
Invitations to the 40th wedding anni
versary celebration of Dr. and Mrs.
J. R. Goodpasture, of Nashville, Tenn. i
The homecoming, program and fam
ily dinner, the festlvtles of the day,
will be held at the Goodpasture plan
tation on December 2S.
I Saturday's Calendar j
I In Local Society 1
CHRISTMAS dance at the Toltec
i Misses Helen and Minnie Swatt will
J give a tea to compliment Miss Minda
Christmas dance at Mission hall.
' West Taleta.
The Only Touch Of
Color At The League
O f Nations Meeting
j . I - said that the only touch of
I color at the first assembly of the
league of nations in Geneva,
Switzerland, was furnished by this
miiiMer fnr the Indian delegation. His
piceuresqne attire attracted much at
I Here 9sA UegedBigamist With j
UIie UJ HIS 4V
LAWRENCE A. SCHAEFFER, - a
stock promoter, was held in M,
900 bail In the West Side Court.
New York City, on charges of bigamy
and swindling. Schaeffer, who Is
thirty-seven, is alleged to have at
least twenty wives. Two women who
claimed Schaeffer as husband, ap
peared In court against him. Accord
ing to the police, six women whom
Schaeffer is alleged to have wed have
been located. The investigation, it is
said, promises to uncover one of the
most sensational bigamy cases in
I Girl From Sierra Blanca To Be
I Guest At Christmas Party Tonight
MISS JULIA ELLISON Is giving a
Christmas party this evening at
the Ellison home to honor Miss
Charley Ramsey of Sierra Blanca.
Texas. A Christmas motif waa used
in the decorations, featured with
. ihrktmu hella. noinsettas. snow
i balls and other emblems of the sea
Bunco Is to be the diversion of the
evening and sandwiches, hot choco
:ate. almonds and cake will be served.
.Miss Ellison will be assisted In the
honors by her mother, Mrs. R. K.
Ellison her sister. Miss Evelyn Elli
son. Mrs. w. T. Hayes, and Percy
Montgomery- , , . , .
The guests Invited Include Misses
Sudie Boyce, Charley Ramsey. Mildred
rvw, Bess Adine Owen. Gladys Ben
ton. Jessie Schmallhausen, Sophia
Schmallhausen, Margaret Smith, Ber
tiice Franklin. Hattie Patterson. Polly
"ass. May Boynton. Frank Owen. Jack
White. Stanley Dawson, Bill Owen.
Miss Annie Laurie Sullivan Becomes
Bride Of Charles Schwankhaus, Jr.
. A N'NOUNCEMENT Is made of the
rt wedding of Charles Schwannomas,
jr. and Miss Annie Laurie Sulli
, van. Wednesday eveninir at S oclock.
at the residence of the bride's moth
er, Mrs. I w. GIDOS. izi Brown
street. Rev. Harvey S. Lawrence, con
ducted the ceremony.
The wedding party entered tne
meet room to the strains of Lohen
grin's wedding march played by Miss
Bessie Barnes, xne nog ceremony oi
the Lutheran church was used by the
clergyman. Ernfred Berg was the
groomsman and Miss Irene Schwaak
batu waa the bridesmaid. Following
the ceremony came the cutting oi ute
Mission Hall Club To Give Dance
Christmas Night At West Ysleta
ANOTHER of the enjoyable affairs
for the holidays Is the Christmas
dance to he given by the Mission
nail dub at the clubhouse. West
The daace win be In the nature of j
an oM-fashiosed Christmas reunion
of both valley and city folk, an an
nual custom of the social activities
of Taleta being a Christmas dance.
There will be special music and the
ballroom will be decorated. A fea
tuae of the dance will be a lighted
Christmas tree upon which there will
be a gift for each guest.
Willow grove. Woodmen cirete No.
84, has elected the following officers:
Mrs. Matilda Burroughs, guardian;
Mrs. Lilly Mai one. advisor; T. TX Love
mdy. clerk; Mrs. Emma Hunsaker.
banker: Mrs. Bertha Heitgen. chap
lain; Mrs. Rachel Wilson, attendant;
Mrs. Alice Sanders, assistant attend
ant: Mrs. Mary Cass Ins, Inner guard;
Mrs. Maggie O'Connor, outer guard;
Mrs. Ethel Atkinson, musician: Mrs.
Minnie Young, Mrs. Dicey Sullivan
Bjnugin' I Jim HiMama
For a Very
riviij rr ivw
R8. ESTELLE FARREL SCHAEF
FER, who says she is one of the
20 alleged wives of Lawrence A.
schaeffer. Xew Tork stock promoter.
who was held on (50,000 bail on
charges of alleged bigamy and grand
larceny. It was through Mrs. Estelle
Farrel Schaeffer that the promoter
was placed under arrest. According
to the police they have located seven
women who claim they are the
wives of Schaeffer. and two of these
appeared against him in court. Alter
their marriage, she said, she loaned
him money for his various promotion
Mr. Milam, -Johnnie Roberta. Wilton
Still. Roy Allen. Bill Tooley. Alton
Poe. Wesley Hyten. Ralph Boynton.
Howard Lockie. Dick Stevens. Allen
Murray. Bruce Smith and Scott L.
A delightful party, and shower of
g Ifts waa given recently by Miss Rosa
Freeman to honor Miss Lois McChes
ney. one of the brides-to-be of the
holidays. The affair was a complete
surprise to Miss McChesney. who was
invited to come for an evening of
games and diversions. The central
feature of the evening waa a Christ
mas tree, upon which were placed the
gifts for the honor guest. Refresh
ments were served. Those whoen
loved the party were Miss McChes
ney. Maud and Bertha Bull. Mary Lee
and Clara Mae Miller, Edith Scott,
Ethel Johnston. Julia Freeman. Ma
rion Freeman and the hostess.
i oriae s cue ana serving oi miwu
Iments. I The bride was a teacher at Beall
i school She wore a white georgette
gown and carried a bouquet or wnite
roses. The brldesmaia .as gownea in
pink and carried a bouquet of pink
Mr. Sehwankhaus served bis coun
try overseas with the nth division
and is now connected a ith the freight
department of the El Paso St South
Mr. and Mrs. chwankhaus went to
their newly furnished residence at
1318 Altura boulevard where they will
be at home after Christmas.
and Mrs. Alice McNeroar. managers.
There will be no meeting the first
Saturday In January on account of It
being New Year's day.
Office Employe Of Mining
Company Dies At Morenci
MoreneL Arts, Dec 24. J. V. Pear-
sall. for several years In the office of
the Detroit Copper company, la dead,
at the age of 45. For years he was
chief clerk for the Hodgson interests
In Arizona ana also was empioyeo at
the Copper Queen smelter and in
COAL DELIVERED THIS
WAY MUST BE STOPPED
The pastime of heaving chunks of
coal through wlndowi of houses near
railroad tracks must cease, accord
lug to chief of police Peyton Edwards.
Scores of windows have been shat
tered by coal believed to have been
thrown from coal cars by hoboes.
Many complaints to police have re
suited. MR. AND MRS. COLES ARB HERE.
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Coles, of Hous
ton, Tex., are In 1 Paso to spend
Christmas with Mrs. Coles' father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis,
1401 West Boulevard. Mr. Coles Is
past president of Houston Rotary and
past district president of the organi
zation for the state.
FAMED MINISTER DEAD. I
niabaw'tt fnwnjl nf tks Wlnnni
assembly 'and Winona Bible confer- j
enca and nationally known as a min
ister of the Presbyterian church, died
at Jacksonville. Fla according to in
formation received here.
FRANCE IN PROTEST.
Paris. Prance. Iec 24. The French
government has protested to Ger
many for having stopped the pay
ment of certain amounts of repara
tion, which it is charged constitute a
violation of the peace treaty.
THEY EAT A LOT.
In order to serve its patrons, one
of the large New York hotels requires
So a single year 375,000 pounds of
butter. 500.060 quarts of milk. 90,000
quarts of cream, and upwards of
2tMv,0M egg- In one year the laun
dry department of the same estab
lishment handles about 15,00,000
jdeoes of work.
About 131.000 women are employed
in Indiana Industrial establishments.
Chinese women work In the Shang
hai silk mills for 5 to 1 cents a any-
For Expectant Mothers
Used By Three Sekratwks
mwnt rot soocirr o, seramooe in sT. ntt
Suoniu ihiiutoi Co. Krr s-s. num. A
! Seventh Cavalry to Observe Christmas
I With Numerous Yuletide Activities j
OFFICERS, their families and en
listed men of the Seventh cavalry
are to celebrate Christmas with
numerous happy festivities.
For this evening in the otneer
clubhouse there Is to be a Christmas
dance. The decorations for the hop
room are to be elaborate and sug
gestive of the holiday 1m
Seventh cavalry Jass orchestra will
play for the dancing. Salad and cof
fee will be served. ... .v.
The point of most interest for the
evening will be a Christmas tree In
gala tinsel and lights from which
favors will be dispensed.
On Christmas morning at 10 oclocK
I Representative and Mrs. Quaid Will
I Honor Miss Heermans With Dinner
NUMBERS of affairs of the incoming
week wlU honor Miss Mary Heer
mans. who is being extensively
feted in the days preceding
wedding on January 1. One of these
affairs will be a dinner to which rep
resentative and Mrs. J. E. 9IJ
be hosts on Tuesday evening " Hotel
Paso del Norte. Covers will be Placed
for Miss Heermans. her fiance. Boy
John Crissey. Mr and Mr Paul Heer
mans. parents of the bride elect, the
members of the wedding party.
Herman Bosch, Miss cFlnca,?r
Smith. Kugene WomeMorf. Corbln
Fletcher and for Herman Roseb
Miss Florence Crimf will give a
bridge party on Wednesday afternoon
to honor Miss Crlasey and another
1 Misses Nell and Lola
I 7V Nnnnr (rJiPStS At Bridge fartV
ISS DOROTHY RBORDAN will
ve a bdg. party ou
dan home on PexabJng wive to com
pliment Misses Nell and Lela Bess
Smith, who axe home from thy uni
versity of California to spend the
holidays. Miss Reordan and her honor
guests belong to the r'r
Chi Omega. Two other oX the guests
to be present. Miss Grace Lewis and
Mrs. hTf. Baldwin, Jr. are also mem-
keatsllPaumber sixteen and will
Include close friends of the honor
El Pasoans Reluming.
Mrs. J. Burling Copper has returned
2 HOURS AFTER
w line -iwz-vu, v . . . ,T,V"
and charged with robbing- Kohiberg
Bros, wnoieeaie m". -street,
less than two hours after em-
E lores had discovered the place had
een entered during the night and
. - . A a-lea, ttaftjEA n fs
been taken, according to detective
m a. ilar n nti af M
captain iwm m?J?zzzl
Jnan Franco and Carl J. Stnder.
Officers say Terrell Ssdmita enter
ing me puvoe sou w m, - "
bat has rafnM to teU where they
Terrell told police be loaded the
elgarets into an automobile after
breaking into the place.
Capt-Smlth amy Terrell dropped a
bank book on the floor of the Kohl
berg establishment which gave n clue.
Officers say Terrell agreed to lead
Capt. Smith or Jnan PTanco to where
the stuff Is concealed, but declined
to take more than one of the detec-
Terrell, they say, nas servea a. iwm
In the penitentiary, and has been ar-
-a - - ' ebaaa ananHnnsi nr
reBlCU aVV V( CM UUICa a,x aeHwea-s
Governor of Madras May
Become Viceroy of India
Strata, India. Dec z- Several
names for Viceroy of India nave been .
proaosed recently beaMes Winston I
Churchill, war minister of Kn gland. I
Many view It aa Increasingly probab- I
ble tnst rne appointment wiu go u
lord Willlngdon, present -governor of
Lord Wltltngdoti has been governor
of two Indian provincea. Madras and
Bombay. For a time he serried as
junior lord of the treasury under sir
Henry Campbell Bannerman.
Chicago Phone Girls
Take Up Basketball
BASKETBALL, probably the greatest
of Indoor games, has become ex
ceedingly popular with the young
women of the Winnv r'uj. and al
ready several teams have r. cu formed
by telephone girls of the citj. t the
T. W. C. A.. Chicago, on the nicht of
January t. there will be plaed a
game between the girl team of the
Chicago Telephone compan. service
department, and a team composed of
Chicago ehow girls. Here Is shown
pretty Miss Kittle Leckie. a member
of one of the teams, about to "shoot"
there will be a Christmas celebration
in the garrison, with a parade to be
gin festivities. Each troop of the
regiment will he represented or a
float and a prise will be given for the
cleverest one. The parade will be
followed by a program of stunts and a
general time of Christmas cheer.
"Open house" will be held all day at
officers' headquarters and In the aft
ernoon the tiny folk wHl enioy their
Christmas trees and parties.
Among the children's parties win be
one to which Col. and Mrs. Charles
Svmmonds will be hosts for their
daughter. Phiills. Capt. and Mrs. Vic
tor Wales will entertain for their
small son, Victor, Jr.
party will be given by MJaa Haael
Berry during the week.
Out of Town Visitors.
F. HeldHck. oil man of Wichita
Falls. Texas, la registered at the St.
Regis hotel. . .,,.
E. L. O'N'eil Is at the St. Regis ho
tel. He is a former resident of El
Paso, now living in Phoenix, and la
here for the holidays.
Bvana P. Petermaa arrived Thurs
day afternoon, to spend the Christ
mas holidays with his mother. Mrs.
A. L. Petermaa at the family home,
wlllowwood." in the lower valley.
Mr. Petermaa Is now residing on
Laredo, where Jm has business in
terests. Bess Smith
to ber home after an extended trip la
Miss Helen 0Sbea arrived Thursday
morning from Denver. Colo, where
she has been via! ting several months.
Miss Nora Henderson has arrived
from the University of Texas, at Austin,-to
be with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Henderson, for the holi
days. Miss Alvah Cherry, daughter of po
liceman Harry Cherry, who la attend
ing Loretto academy In Las Cntcea.
X. M. arrived Thursday evening '.o
spend the holidays with her father
and slater. Mrs. Roystsn Haana, 1412
Altura boulevasd. She will return to
school about January t.
Y. M .C. A. MAN
Local officials of the T. M. C A.
Frldav exoressed reirnt over'the pa
pal decrees directed Thursday at their
I ne 1 . Jt. U. A. nere to do oi
serviee and we have no time or in
clination to fight anyone." said W. H.
Day. interstate secretary of the or
ganisation. "We have ne apologies to
make. For over Tl rears we have
helped the young men of the world,
and as far aa I know, this is the first
time that such a complaint nas been
made agnlnst us.
"Young men of an religions and
denominations nave sees welcome at
the T. M. C. A. It has sever bean our
aim to convert the nsmhsM to any
espednl brand of Cnristianrty. Wo
merely wished to make them better
Catholic or batter Protestants. The
organisation does not exist by ceoer-
EI Paso - Texas
11 CbTWms I
T our wish tb our Datrons and friends for
die Yuletide. May
perky dwell with
PIIBITY RAIMf, f A
1 unii I uniuiiu we a
Who first found
magic flavor coffee
Most likely it was a
Mast likely; because she bas
dealt in cookery's magic from
the ancient times. She im
proves on mere magic now,
when she makes H &. K
Today, of course, she has ex
perts roast coffee for her even
better than she could herself.
Their skifi makes heat bring
out the whole mellow flavor of
this dehckxis blend.
Hot even a hint of scorching
is allowed Absolute heat
control develops utmost aroma
and richness. Then this coffee
is ground so the air cannot
And die H St. K vacuum-packing
process seals in all the
fragrance and strength. The
air-proof canister keeps it
fresh-roasted till you are ready
to use it.
Hanky & KfeseHa Coffee & Seic Co.
St. Lome, Mo.
JB an m ml i Is n
health and pros-
you tbrougnout Die
its secret. .
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