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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, January 4. 1 92 1 . J Mrs. Rufus C. Jackson Entertains f f Bridge Party In Honor Of Visitors Br OLLIE P. LANSDEN. Charles W. Marriott and Miss Mary Florence Marriott, of Silver City; Mrs. T. C. Scruggs. Mrs. E. H. Dun can. Mrs. L. W. Craig. Mrs. Frank P. Jones. Mrs. J. L. Smith, Mrs. W. F. Ritter. Mrs. S. W. French, Mrs. Walter Blackwell. Mrs. J. D. Gibbs, Miss Bessie Routledge, Mrs. J. A. Borders, Mr B. A. Seeley, Mrs. Easton Orr, Miss Katharine Smith and Mrs. Ben Freudenstein. i unrt Mrs. Walter RlaelrweU were I ..warded the pniel Holiv. mistletoe and carnations were Miss Virginia Bean has been quite ed In the decorations and a salad ill but is Improving. oure wu served at the conclusion I The condition of Miss Lucile Hunt, ' the tram. 1 who has been ill at Rolston hospital, Th women who played were Mrs. is Improving. ONE uf the delightful social affairs nf the holiday season was the bridpe party at the residence of Mr? Rufus C Jackson on Montana -TKt. when Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. "A". H t aggoner entertained a num i er of friends formerly of Silver City, X who are now residents of El '"aeo. Mrs Jackson lived in Silver ' k v several years before coming to El Paso Mrs B A. Seeley. Mrs. J. I smith. First Presbyterian Church To Give !9!Si Dinner For Mothers and Daughters V!n,., with mothers and their sicweii were A t- j the bridge DOUt C4I r 0500113. I Woman's Club To Give Benefit Party 1 For Auditorium Stage Curtain Fund 0 NE of the most interesting an nouncements for club circles to that of a benefit card party to giv?n by the Woman' club at the ubhnuse on January 22 with Mrs. W G Hoe chairman of airsjfcgements - nd Mrs W. P. McSaln vice chairman. The games will begin at 2:3 oclock. Te party la given in benefit of a 'imd to pay for the new stage cur -tins In the aadftorium. r.aiiTirhln the New Tear the srea ra.l federation of Women's clubs held meeting on Monday at the central V. TV r A. hutlding with Mrs. Ponder 111 SIS VERY SICK BIN i Hahy Todd was very III with stoxn T h trouble. The doctor came and a.d baby was Very sick and left a "Ascription. ' But I called in Grandma Nobles," ues Mr. Mae Todd. Alabama City, ia.. "and she said give the baby 1 fthina and we did so." "The first dose gave complete re ef and he recovered very fast. He ovr has ten teeth and is the p:c- re of contentmen t Teihma cleanses baby's little in nmal tract and carries off the .sses that bring pains to little stom- "ijs Perfectly harmless. Ingredl t! printed on every package. Pre option of an able physician and - ommended by doctors for many ars ' Sold by druggists or we will send full package postpaid for 32 cents, strurtiv booklet, "Baby," gladly -ent FREE to any address. Moffett Laboratories. Columbus, Ga. Adv. Wednesday Candy Special BRITTLE 1-2 Pound 1 9o M The "GIAMT" Watch Him Carter, president of the organisation, presiding. Mrs. Harry C Greer, corresponding secretary, gave a report of the vari ous activities of the club. Including the work done in cooperation with the state federation. A letter was read from Mrs. C. A Noble, president of the sixth district. In regard to this cooperative work. A communication was read from the Houston city federation asking the local organisation to support the Harvey "child support" bill. It was voted to refer the matter to the state. The National Park association sent a letter asking the federation to assist in arousing interest in the preserva tion of forests and the federation de-, cided to send a letter to congress man Hudspeth in regard to tne mat ter. A letter was read from Miss Annie Webb Blanton urging all women to pay their poll taxes in order that they may vote on educational subjects. The necessity for a larger number of home demonstration agents was brought up and larger appropriations for these agents urged. A letter was reaa irom airnxnons college Ttound Table club relative to club affairs. The cooperation of the federation In the work of raising the 121 budget for the Boy Scouts was asked in a communication from Maurice Schwartz, president of the local organization. A communication was read from the treasury depart ment urging that the women's or ganizations assist in organizing thrift banks in city schools and out lined 2he plan for the activities. A retter from Miss Maxreie w. Rarrv. chairman of home economics ot t&e general reaerauon. wrote con cemin&r the matter and the Question of carrying forward these plans was rererrea to juts. u. a. micnen. cn air man of the legislative work, who will name a committee to assist. A com mittee was appointed to cooperate with the League of Women Voters in visiting the sewage plant on the invitation or araerman uruntn. juts. Frank D. Seotten will represent the federation and Mrs. S. J. Fennel, will represent the league. Mrs. Robert Town send gave the general federa tion notes and thre was a general discussion of the federation work as outlined in the recent state zedera Hon meetinc A number of commit tees were appoiniea to uok aner tne work- Mrs. Henrv T. Bowie Brave a talk on the T. W. C A. physical training work. Inviting the members of the federation to join the classes. The committee of physical educa tion of the T. W. C A- held a meeting on Monday at the central T build -Ins? for discussion of nlans for the rear and plans for the launching of gymnasium classes. Mrs. Henry T. Bowie is chairman for the committee and Miss Ethel Lorintr. of New York. has arrived to take charge of the physical activities of the T. For the convenience of housewives. business and professional women. school girls and chOdren the classes nave Deen arrangea ax hoots wntca will not interfere with duties and will give all women of the city an opportunity of keeping fit by gymna sium work. Miss Loring has held numbers of positions of responsibility. among them tne cnair or pnysteai di rector in the university of Peffusrl van fa and a similar position in the.! Aricujturai university or jiansan. The ermnasmra lessons will beefo Monday, January It. Classes will be held on Monday and Thursday morn ings from 10 until 12 oclock. On Tuesdavs and Pride. vs from 19 until 11 oclock. The classes on Mondays and Thursdays will be followed by esthetic dancing lessons xrom xi nntu 12 oclock. For school etrls classes will be held on Mondays and Thursdays from 4 until 4:45 p. m. Evening classes for business women will be held on Monday and Thursday evenings from 7:3- t 8:2 oclock, and on Tuesday and rrtoaur evenracs xrom 6:w until 7: oclock. On Tuesday and Friday evenings, xrom 7:o until si, there will be folk dancinc lessons. Leseons will be given en Saturday rooming xrom is until n ociocic xor children. If there Is sufficient de mand a class for teachers will be formed for hours following the close of school. The costume for the gymnasium classes win include middle, bloom' ers and sttsq shoes. The committee of physical educa- 1 XEW YEAR'S H inner will be .riven . tpm dinner. M T-iaw n-r daughters in charge of 1h arrange Presbyterian church at 39 oclock ' present Mrs. A J followed by meetings of the Aid so ciety of the church, the board of trus tees and the PhHathea class at S oclock. A program will begiven at the meeting of the latter organization, with the following to take part: Mrs. K. W. Amidon, Miss Lael Phlppenny, Miss Winnie Modrall and Miss Pauline Latta. Seven new members were added to the church last Sunday. f A pretty sentiment of the affair for Wednesday evening is the fact that it Is to be a mothers and daugh- true?ts are to be Morris is general chairman, assisted by her mother. Mrs. C. V. Chase, ana tne following motn ers and daughters will serve; Mrs. o M. Crombie and h-r dauehter. Mrs. Harris Walthall; Mrs. J. L. Campbell and her daughter. Mrs. Doyle Camp bell; Mrs J. J. Knox and her daugh ter, Mrs, F. H. Hornbeck; Mrs. Grace Townsend and her daughter. Mrs. George Le Baron ; Mrs. R. C. Hyland and her daughters, Misses Gertrude and Grace Hyland; Mrs J. K. S pence an d b e r daugh te r, M iss El izabe th Soence. Dr. Poe will give an address at the dinner. I Visitors In El Paso From Mexico Entertained At Dinner and Theater MR. AND MBS. GEORGE CHRISTIE are being extensively enter tained while here for a holiday visit to relatives. They are guests of Mr. Christie's brother, Hal Christie, and will leave Wednesday evening for their home in Tampico, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Christie will entertain at dinner for the visitors this evening with covers placed for Mr. and Mrs. George Christie. Mrs. J. M. Burroughs. Mnf and Mrs. Hal Christie and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Rowe. Following the dinner Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lewis will have a box party at the Ellanay theater for members of the dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lorentxen gave a dinner for the Christie family Mon day evening to honor Mr. and Mrs. George Chxjstie. Mr. and Mrs. Gaines Newman, of Milton. W. Va.. are guests of Mrs. G. N. Seamands, 719 East Overland street. i Mrs. Sharp Hostess At Annual ! Courtesy For Degree Of Honor j POWELL'S PRODUCTS Everybody who toed Potoell's Bakery Products for their New Yem's Dinner got the almost satis faction oat of their meal They are unequaled. Bread Pies Pastry Cakes Oar Wafrn Wil OA if Voar Door POWELL'S HOME BAKERY 1018 Eat Betlemri. Phone 163. Bread it year hat foeJ tai Mere of U. Kill That Cold With cascakaD quinine FOR AND CM, Ceigks OMV La Grippe , Neglected CoJds are Dangerous Take no chaacML Kpthts standard remedy feaady for tbe first sneeze. Breaks txp a cold In 24 bonis ReHevat Grippe in 3 days KiceUeot for Headache Quinine ia tUs form dees aet cgect the head Csscara is best Tonic Lami.e Ho Opiate teHaTa, ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT , MRS. JULIA A. SHARP was hostess on Monday evening at the an nual courtesy for the members of the Degree" of Honor. Punch was serveJ during the evening and cake and coffee dispensed. An interesting feature of the evening was a glit tering Christmas tree upon which were presents for each guest. Fifty were present and Mrs. Sharp was as sisted in the evening's hospitality by lira. Fred R- Warner. Mrs. Lynn Blake and Mrs Thomas Hiefrin. El Pasoans Away. Andley Dean Nicola, the artist, and his brother, Lowell W. Nicola, former art editor of McClure's magasine, have gene for a ten day camping trip in lower Arizona. I Herbert Louis Rickman, Former I El Paso Man, Weds Missouri Girl El Pasoans have contributed less than IS cents per capita for the re lief of the starving children of Europe, only 300 people have given to the cause, or less than 4 percent of the population of the city. Following contributions amounting to 1255.50 brought the total Tuesday op to 2as.: sun Drug Co X i.so C. W. Wilson 10.00 Mrs. L H. Tucker 5.00 Harry Swain 10.00 Stewart Title Qsarantee Co 10.00 . Williams Agency 5.00 joenion 10.00 Cash i.oo Royal Order of Jesters 12.00 Crawford Harvie 10.00 aura, JJ. a. rjowersock C. R Addison C E. Wiebaum J, City Loan ft Jewelry Co.....:.. R. E. Sherman John Colbert 10 00 Ella Conner l.oo i- atoeenoinm ... Mrs. Belle Tanner First Presbyterian church. Mrs. A. D. Ballard Fabian Stolaroff ' J. Stolaroff loons Mrs. J. C Worthinetnn 5 An T. Lemen i.h) G. O. Bverroan .-r on First U K Phnrv.1i .1 r.. Capt. H. Brooks. Fabens." Tex." . Io!oo 5.00 :o.OO I.SO 5.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 5.00 l.oo 10.00 Boy Scout Headquarters I oBe Mooed Tomorrow; Budget Campaign Planned Executive offices of the Boy Scouts win be moved tomorrow to the third floor of the Treat bunding. 10 South Stanton street. The Liberty statue In Pioneer plaza, will be wrecked soon. usance Schwartz, chairman of the 1M1 bsdseb committee, called a met ing of the committee at noon Toes day, where plans were discussed for raising money needed . to carry on Boy Scout work dnrisa- 1S21. Herman Andreas, vice chairman; Harry Swain, chairman ef the publicity committee and G. O. Evermaa, Boy Scout execu tive, discussed the plans. The cam paign lor S.M is to be started January 18. The Boy Scout s council will enter tain rha cmnt m. ...h .1,. ( v n. the evening of January 11 at a dinner. ANNOUNCEMENTS have been re ceived by friends in this city of the wedding of Herbert Louis Rickman and Miss Bess Eva Murray of Webb City. Mo. Tbe marriage of the couple took place on Wednesday December 25. in Oklahoma City, and Mr. and Mrs. Rickman are at present st home in Tulsa, Okla. Mr. Rickman lived here formerly and was once con nected with the advertising depart ment of the EI Paso Herald. A double marriage ceremony Satur day united C H. Jones and Miss Alia Blair and Vernon Vincent and Miss Myrtle Pangburn. The ceremony I Texas. was conducted in Las Cruces by Rev. J. B- Cavitt- Mrs. Vincent is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pangburn and Mrs. Jones is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Blair, of Montane street. Both couples will make El Paso their home. El Pasoans Returning. Mrs. L. E. Clsypool and small daugh ter, Constance, have returned, after an absence of three months In the east. Mrs. William Moon, of the lower valley, has returned from an extended visit in Oklahoma ana Rockport, tion will be seated together at a table for tbe luncheon on Thursday, an annual event of the T. W. C. A. Rebecca Stoddert chapter. D. A. R.. met Monday afternoon In the Wom an's clubhouse with the regent. Mrs. Joseph Spence. presiding. The meet ing opened with the singing of "America' with Mrs. J. W. LoreBtsen at the piano. Following the business session Mrs. H. H. Hendrick was in charge In the program. Mrs. J. W. Christie sang, accompanied by lira. Charles Andrews. Mrs. Christie responded to a hearty encore. Mrs. W. H. Aldrklge gave an interesting account of the state D. A. R. conference in Austin. New Year resolutions of members came next and these were exceedingly clever. Mrs. spence says 11 tney are kept one may expect great things rrom tne chapter. The program closed with the play ing of two violin solos by Mrs. D. V. Fennessy. accompaaied by Mrs. George Da land. A social hour fol lowed. El Paso chapter. No. 4. O. E. SL, held open house during the New Tear festivities from 7:10 until 10 oclock p. m. The rooms were beautifully decorated. Music during the evening was by. Misses Marjorie and Sarnmie Livesley. Punch and fruit cake were served by Mrs. F. E. Moaby and Mrs. H. Way. About ISe-guests called. The receiving line included the worthy matron, Mrs. George Harris, and her officers. Mrs. Harry Burwell and Mrs. L. Leavitt were In charge of the decorations. Mrs. Lucy Sheay was chairman of the refreshment committee and Mrs. K. R. Laymen was chairman of the music committee. Mrs. W. N. Penes, district deputy grand matron, was general chairman. The Christian Sodeavor society of tbe First Chrtstias church met Jan uary 2 and elected officers as fol lows: President, Bob Patterson: vice president. Tom Plsrabley; secretary. Miss Mildred Dow; corresponding sec retary. Chambers Atkinson: tress- Mws juoa BUlson; pianist, John iWednesday's Calendar I f Of Social Events l T i i GENERAL meeting of tbe Woman's club at the clubhouse at S oc lock-Meeting- of New Franklin lodge No. 133, Women's society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers at K. of P. ball. Stan ton street, at 3-SO oclock p. m. Tn- stalatton ot officers and initiations. train, by justice Clark Wright. .. .un ii . m a, .1 1 r I mo 1. 1 eunt Cooperative association will meet at 2:10 oclock p. m.. in the T. W. C A. building. East Franklin street. Stale Board Urges New Tomb For "Tippecanoe" Columbus, O. Jaa. f. The tomb of president William Henry Harrison at North Bend, near Cincinnati, "ia fa from a fitting resting plscc of o great as American," assocrdlng to a report made to Gov. Sox today by the WJlliam Henry Harrison memorial commission, appointed by the gover nor te direct the work ef taking over and Improving the burial property. The report expressed the hope that a decided effort to erect upon this most beautiful site a fitting monu ment to Ohio's first' pieeident and most gallant soldier would be made in the near future. SIX FINED $50 EACH ON ILLEGAL TRAIN RIDING CHARGE Charles Wilcox. C Phelps, C P. Scott. Jose Nagrey, Herbert Flory and William Greenberg, arrested as they climbed from fruit cars in the G. H. & S. A. yards, according to officers, were fined $ 50 and costs each on charges of illegally riding a WORK TO BEGIN SOON ON LARGE ARIZONA DAM Work will start in a few days on a large diversion dam in tbe Gila river in Arizona, according to infor mation received at tbe chamber of commerce. Tbe dam ia to be built near the town of Saeaton and will have a large bridge superstructure , Other construction work and im provements reported in progress or projected in Artsona include aft en largement of Whipple barracks hos pital for tubercular exsokUers at ITescotl. At Albuquerque the Mountain States Telephone company has laid 360.000 worth of new paving and will DU1K1 a new nniains ura lanai a new switchboard. The state highway commission of New Mexico has awarded contracts for the construction of about 50 salles of road to cost about sxz.09V. The Fort Bayard mlltary hospital at Silver City will be enlarged to as commedate 1000 more patients Bids will be accepted in January for SI miles of highway from Artesla to Hope. N. M . to cost SM.00O. WOMEN VOTERS WILL PLAN POLL TAX PAYING CAMPAIGN Members of tbe Leans ef Voters will bold a meeting at .3 ociock 'xnursaay arternooa at the central T. W. C. A. At the short business session opening the meeting, plans for the poll tax campaign to te carried on this month will be dis cussed. Mrs. O. A. Critchet. presi dent, has been asked by Mrs Jeffry Ames, president of the state league, to take charge of tfets eaonpelgn. There will be a social program at which Mrs. Mary C Madia will give a talk on Sana B. Anthony, Mary Howell- and Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. Mrs. W. G. Abott will sing and Miss Nell Boomer will give a phsao sola FINBD i ON TIIKFT CIIARGB. Jose Herrera was ftaed 31 sad given a day In jail when be plead ed guilty to a charge of theft before Judge K. B. McClintock In county eeurt the first day of the January court term. Far Seeins: People. There are neraons who can see far distances and yet their eyes ars not perfect. Let us test your vision. If you do not require glasses, we will ten you so frankly. Need Glasses? Ask Segaa XI rue Optical Go 10C Texas St, 311 Sua Antonio St. Adv. Cocoanut Oil Fine For Washing Hair If von vsjit to keen vonr hair In good condition, ber careful what yon wash it with. Moet soAtis and nrenared ahara- noos contain too ranch alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brit tle, and is very bsrmxoL xnisuioa eocoannt oil shampoo (which is pore and entirely greaseiessj, is mod better than anything else yon ean as for shampooing, as this cant pocxiOiy injure tne nr. Simply moisten yoar hair with ws.ter s.nd rub It In One or two teas poo nfals of Vols! fled win maize an abundance of rich, cre&xny lathor. and cleanse tne nair ano scmip thoroughly. The lather rinses out easily, and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. Yon can get Mulstfied eocoannt oil shampoo at most any drag store. It is very clteap. and a few ounces is enough to iTst everyone in the family for months. B sure your druggist gives you Mulsified. Adv. A fjjjk January I9r Clearance fJyjT Shoe An actual money saving sale of Women's Shoes Oxfords, Pumps, Strop Slippers and Evening Pumps, all Children s and Boys Shoes Hosiery and some remarkable values in the Men's Department. Wameni $20.00 values at. . $15.99 Women's $15.00 vdae, at. . . $11.99 ffonWi 52.00 Wuei at $9.59 Women's $10.00 values al $8-79 Women's $8.00 valves at $619 Women's $7.00 vetoes at. .. $5.59 r All $3.00 Hoaay vabes at. . All $230 Hosiay Wees al. . AU $130 Hosier Wiki al. . All $1.00 Hosiery Wses at. $2.39 $1.99 $1.19 .. 79c Men's $15.00 Bffe Shoes at. Men's $12.00 Brofae Shoes at. Men's $10.00 Brass: Shoes at. $9.99 $7.99 $6.99 203 Mesa Ave. Big U. S. Warships Off On Winter Cruise New York. Jan. 4. The battleships Pennsylvania and Arizona, vanguard of the Atlantic fleet, left here today on the first stage of the annual win ter cruise. Admiral Henry B. Wilson, fleet commander, was aboard the Pennsylvania. Five destroyers were prepared to set out later in the day. The ships will be joined by the re mainder of the fleet off Cape Henry and then all will go to Cuban waters and from there through the Panama canal to the Pacific for maneuvers with the Pacific fleet. If Ten Are ia Seed of glasses, go to some one who knows. Any one knows who hss i knows, Kendall knows. Gee. D. Ken dall Optical Co, 21 Hills St. AdT. Tenement, fine investment. Lee New. man, tenement specialist. Ph. 494.-Adv THfl society will have a nartv at th. home of Mrs. A. M. Dow January 21. Miss Dow and Mr. Patterson repre sented the Christian Endeavor society of the First Christian church at the union meethu- of Christian Endeavor societies of the city Monday evening at the First Presbyterian church. The Woman's auxiliary of the Cen tral Baptist church will observe the week of prayer for foreign missions with a program Wednesday afternoon from I to 4 oclock. Following is the projfriuij; Devotional service. Mrs. R. H. Hicks ; prayer for the awaken ing of the church to new financial standards: "Seven Fundamental Prin ciples of Christian Stewardship." Mrs. C D. Boone: prayer; "How te Organ ise a Church far Weeklv nffhinn Mrs. T. W. Lanier: "Fifteen Tears' Tithing- Mrs. W. U Cass. r- "S1 Robert B. Lee chapter, TJ.- X. c. win meet at 1 oclock Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. C E. Kelly to discuss plans for the Lee Jackson celebration January IS. School Notes. Students and teachers at the El Paso School for Girls have returned to school and everything was In readiness Tuesday morning for open ing the session of the new year. Mlss Orace FairehiM and Miss Katharine Beano of the faculty spent their holi day In California and returned Mon day. Misses Helen and Ruth Sehossel. daughters of CoL and Mrs. John B. SehoaseL are added to the Krone, of house students. CoL and Mrs. Sehossel came recently, to Camp Furlong, Co- ramoua, n. st, zrora tne fresiaie. san Francisco. Mrs. Sehossel' Is a guest at Hotel Paso del Notts for a few days prior to returning to Columbua. CLEVELAND STREET RAILWAY CUTS WAGES OF TRACKMEN Cleveland, o.. Jan 4 P-irt.n hun dred trackmen employed by the Cleveland street railwav wen cat 20 percent In wages as the forerunner of a general reduction of salaries. It was announced. They bad been getting 50 cents an hour 18 SPEEDERS Pl.VKD. Eighteen speeders paid for fines following conviction for their al leged violation before justice of the peace Clark Wright and R B. Raw lins Monday as a New Tear's after math. Six were fined by Mr. Wright, twelve by Mr. Rawlins. Beauty of Skin EnhancedbyCuticura When used for ev cry-day toilet pur poses Cuticura keeps the cstnpiex k fresh and dear, hands soft and white and hair live and glossy. The Soap to deanse and purify, the Oint ment to soothe and heal and tbe TaJenra to powder and perfume. uilibcknnblta. lAwetlima Un 1. tiik.i. Sm9 ia.T witnmU imr. ACTRESS TELLS SECRET Tells Hew Darken Gray Hair WHh ,a Heme-Made Mixture. Joicey Williams, the well-known American actress, recently made the following statement about gray hair and how to darken it, with a home made mixture: "Anyone can prepare a simple mix ture at home that will gradually darken gray, streaked or faded hair, and make it soft and glossy. To a half-pint of water add 1 ounce of bay rum, a small box of Bar bo Compound,, and "4 ounce of glycerine. These ingredients can be bought at any drug store at very little cost. Apply to the hair twice a week until the desired shade Is obtained. This will make a gray-haired person look twenty years younger. It does not color the scalp, is not sticky or greasy and does not rub off." Adv. " I 1 I I y Hixson takes I pleasure in p Cent Reduction 1 fPQpHHR vNfS- Ware, effective ' I You now haoe an opportunity to com- .gS33. plele your silver by filling from our fulrl unlimited slock. We can furnish any- WSffltfESffl thing you Wish in this line. sP ; JEWELERS. I Mafl Orders Take. Mills and Mesa.