El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Monday, December 29, 1919 Page: 4 of 12
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EL PASO HERALD
Engagement Of Chas. Helmus To Wed
MissGraceAnnaGintherls Announced I
By OI.IJE p. UUtSDBN.
the most important an-
ments n - during the
p tt'at o. i1 " engagement and
ng- cr-iage of Charles
fOTt vf Mrs Mary Cr eel
anJ M.ks Grace Anna Gin-
.e of th- two charming tiaugh-
"r a-d Mrs. Paul Ginther.
- is thp arnobn-ement of in-
- the states but also in
Mr. Helmus being- of a promi-
hifcaahua family and also a
Jane Clark. Elizabeth Hawkins. Grace
Hawkins Josephine Morns. Jane Bur-
gem. Dorothy Smith. Frances Smtta.
Berenice Brick. Mary Dewey. Virginia
Morse. Ruth Schwartz jane Cov.nir-
torn. VIIhUobM. Flo res. Raeolet. CrseL
Kcperanza Gonxsles. Prieto. Baca
Carmen Viaeonte. Oordero. Mrs. J. G.
McGrady Mrs. J. M. Frank. Jars. Bee-
son Hunt. Mrs. Walter Skinner. Mrs.
Ciarencfi Mtnfham. Mrs McCallum.
v.rs Alberto lladero. Mrs. Al Kraft
Mrs c J. Hapel. (Mrs. cnaries New-
man. Mra Hash white. Mrs.
iMayficld. Mrs. Bryan Brown.
fit of Cfa.buaVia before troubled) Qn the eXenisiK of December 25 at
.nns brrurnt his mother and . a oclock Serjrt. H. D. Casey of Camp
Ei Paso o reside. Baker and Miss Eecha Whittlngton.
announcement was made this of Horton. Kansas were married at
the home of Mrs. L E. Waterman f 15
North Kansas street. Rev. Oeossre
McCall. of tbe Central Baptist church.
officiated at the wedding service.
nsinx the ring ceremony
i"c -noon at a recept ion (riven by
.:.-- James Magoffin at the pictur-
' hone of the Magoffina on Ma-
p f - avenue which has been the
f ' r of hospitality and brilliant
1 affairs since the pioneer days
nr wjtn Mrs. Magoffin were
Mt m lis. mother of Mr. Helmtw.
M -3 (".mthern mother. The re-
'-u t n the Magoffin home
i 'd.ttd n ith the Christmas
'tured with Christmas bells
t's an--! ferr- Tees were
- . 1 and t.e individual cakes
j w :h tht-n wfe white with an
-en ii thus announcing
Vis? Ginther of beautiful brunet
t a popular member of the
a - neer society set and wai
-i a-' rar! h-re She has been
v r pa'-F ntal hnme in this city.
- t r. shiner nr education In a
' t. the eat. Mr. Helmus Is
'tant cashier of the First Na-
ial Bank. The wedding will take
arlr In March at the church
r tp Immaculate Conception.
puf list at Mrs. Magoffin's re-
r'.on included: Misses Mary Mo--r.r
Phyllis Lorie. Mary Red-
' nd Eni'l Ainsa. Marian Ainsa
jv H users. Harriet Howie Mon-G.-negher
Edna Matthias. Lilll-
'Varnoclc Margaret Gethlng.
(ha. Coffin Frances Oppenheimer.
- i e Livesay Ruth Llvesay. Add
T.n -a BurnfMde. Katharine
- tc t- z?v.eth Pfaff. Louise Beach
--s p-jr-vr f5.rah Brtdcers. Ksther-f-
Ki " jm B'anche Schwartz. Doro-
. s.m Xatberlne Dik. Katbe-
Far'.e. Helen rum. Louis Lw-
. Alice Myles. Estelle Berrien.
'n-or Calnan Mary Caoles. Julia
en- Helea Gorrr.ar Alfma Orn-
- p'.-tram Orn 1orff Georsrii Kra-
- - i.-ry rcemr.. Maurlne Garret
r- rlST:. Dorothv OuIjtIt
Waterman was Serat. Casey's atten
dant and Mfss Katy Waterman at-
tended the bride.
Christmas bells and Christmas car-
nations decorated tax drawing room
of the Waterman hom5 and the wed-
dintr service took place while the
couple stood beneath a weddine bell
of Christmas greens and crimson
The bride was charming in her
wedding frock of heavy silk crepe
combined with white braided georget
crepe and sbe carried a bouquet en
shower of Ophelia roses
Xrs I. C Waterman slaved Mea-
deNohbn's wedding march as the
brutal party entered the drawing
Mrs Casev bed one of the most Im-
portant positions of trust held by
women 1 nthe recent war betog In
the secret service department of the
adjutant general's office m Wash-
ington D. C. Serrt. Casey comes
of s prominent family of Ohio. The
couple win make their home In El
Paso until S evert. Casev receives his
discharge from the array service
whan they will leave for California
where SergL Casev has business In
j Christmas Dance At Toltec Clubhouse !
f Is Happy Affair In Brilliant Setting
CCaNTTLLATTNG with lights frag-
O rant with flowers and brUlbmt
in setting was the Toltec clubhouse
on Saturday evening when the mem
bers of the Toltec dob gave their
Christmas dance with the members
of the Country club as their guests.
Carloads of holly were placed about
the great white gold and rose ball
room and were connected with fes-
toons of Christmas greens while
baskets of rosea were further utilized
Mhw Mabel Moody's orchestra fur
nished the Sboeftc for the dancing
hours and during the Intermission
Ices with cake were served. Punch
was served from a table prettily
decorated throughout the avenlns:.
Ike affairs betag gtvea daring the
season at the Toltec dab are being
marked with unusual brilliancy and
this dance was the largest -and most
brilliant party yet given there. Lovely
maids and matrons of the smart set.
charming in formal evening dress
were present in numbers with their
W. F. Payne recently' reelected
president of the Club with the other
officers and directors of the club
sersomallv attended to the details of
the dance which was one of the
prettiest of the Christmas reason.
Prior to the dancing hours a num-
ber of dinner parties were given at
the dab. Including one of a series
which Mr. and Mrs Otis Coles are
giving. The decorations for the Coles
dinner service were silver bowls ml
vases of Ophelia roses heather
lavender blossom. and "babies'
breath." and the lights over the
pretty appointments shone from
apple green candles burning in silver
holders. Their guests nfcunbered
Another pretty dinner was given
by Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Culwell prior
to the dance the flowers of deco-
ration being roses and ferns. The
personnel of Mr and Mrs. Culwell's
dinner included: Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Turney Mr. and Mrs Robert L. Holll-
day Mr. and Mrs. W. I Tooley and
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Brown and
Miss Blanche Roe save a beaut I-:
fully appointed dinner proceeding the
dancing hours honoring Miss Doro-:
thy Quiglv. Mrs. Clarence Mangham
a recent bride and Miss Mary Jane
Clarke of Los Angeles who Is the
guest of Miss Quigly.
The Knights and Ladies of Securitv
will give a "kid's" masquerade ball
in the Knlsrhts of Pvthias hall on
Tuesday evening All guests are to
be dressed as children.
1 Many Parties Scheduled For Week;
New Year's Eve Affairs On Program
THE preMat Kk and iwxt track
are to b tilted vltk Interesting
social events. Abmc the perttee
scheduled are the card party to be
Elrets ob the aiteraoon.of Jaaaary t
fry Mrs. Charles Keheker. who enter-
tains in honor of her mother. Mrs.
Frank Walsh who is her snset.
Mr. and Mrs. Myrtll CoMenia will
receive their friends at the dbblentE
heae In Anetln Terrace en the after-
noon of Jannary 1. and a nnmher of
other parties are to be annosneed
from tleae to time.
On the evening of New Tear's at
the Khaki club comer of Boolevard
.tut nmn. itrMt. Wade
chaster of the United Daoghtors of
the Coafederacr will entertain with a
party for the yotms; people of the
chapter. On Tuesday afternoon the
committee of arrangements for the
Sirty win meet on the hi as is nine
oor of the Popular to complete the
planning: of the details of the party
including toe gamea to be played.
The committee of arrangements In-
cludes Mrs. H. D. Sanders. Mrs. A. W.
Btttick. Mrs. Margaret Bryan asm
Miss Emma Nation.
The BoeJness Women's etna the
Sammies and the KH Xare dab of
he Tonne Women's Christian asso-
ciation win glre a -watch party on
New Tear's ere for all of the bad-
ness girls of the dry.
Church Reception To Miss McCaughn;
Open House At Patterson Institute
Walter Davis's Younger Music Pupils
Give Piano Recital Followed By Tea I
Oil style IsSpUte. Bseflett.
i-ock at these two plates and as
jojr own reasoning. The roofless
Le snetioEs os both tides (2) raft
rubber sezt to sore gams. Designed
tc be pK in tinmaiiately after ex-
traction It does set tooeh the
hard bone in she reef of tbe month
therefore it settles with the gamt
aid makes its own bed. Ko fall
roof piste can compare with the fit
of th:s plate as it settles into its
t-cd lighter more tongue room
Dr. William has seen making this
piste for ten yean and is thor-
oughlr familiar with Ha eoastrae-
tioa. Hade only by at m d Pae.
HOTE OUK LOWEST PRICES
Full Plates 10 as
Gold Crowns (best made) (5
Bridge work pet teeth Sf
Fffljags 1 a
AH da lies of leithtrj at aropor-
J. HOD WILLIAMS.M. D D. D. S.
TaisJtst Wfflis-as The People's
Cer. JE1 Put and San Aatonl Ms.
Ore American Katteeat Beak.
Arr street Frem Kntmnee Hotel
Fame (. aeara Siea Sets.
Jos7 to It Sat. ETeaUgm
Mrs. Chas. 8. Hennlnir ga-re a card
party Satarday afternoon to an
aoonee the eng-ajrement and aproach-
lm( marriage of her youngest daugh-
ter. Mlnett Jane to Bradford Bar-
On the score cards were the moso-
frram of the conple. Intertwined wtth
ine date. Keoruary 4. lszs. and as
Miss Hennmg passed the cards. Mea-
Mary QV.rjng it to the guests to guess.
wnicn tney soon did.
The narty was composed of her
'most Intimate friends as Miss Hen-
i cing has lrred here since childhood
and !s one of El Paso's successful
teachers having taught domestic scl-
ence for two and a half years. After
I an afternoon of "five hundred." a two
1 course luncheon was served. Miss
.Nancy sawaros won the prise.
The Christmas colors of red aad
areeti were used for decoration and
the list of guests in eluded:: Miss
Nancy Edwards. Miss Mary Heermans
Miss Lu Bee Knight. Miss Thnm Hat.
die. Miss Katberlne Gleen. Miss Vir-
ginia Knight. Miss Pearl Ponsford.
Mrs. Thnmtnn Hard! Mra w.ltv
Ponsford. Mrs. Howard Coffin Mrs.
iLarrance Frarxell Mrs. Harry Pons-
THE younger maaio pnplls of
X Walter Davis gave a asm recital
at Mr. Dnyia'a stndto In tbe Brazos
apartments en Sammy afternoon fol-
lowed by an tntemial tea. Tbe studio
was decorated with flowers of the
Christmas season laeindlng poinset-
Uas and lees sad cake were served
I during the tea hoar. The program.
which was well read si eu In the pres-
ence of a number of gaests follows:
"March of the Little Bagec" Louisa
Caskey; -Sing Robin Stag." CVodle
Miss Franke Ledbetter. daughter
of commissioner (L W. Lcfbetter of
Dallas and Monrrtn Mffilcan. brother
of A. R. Milliean. of this city were
united In marriage Christanas ere at
S:30 at the home of the bride In Dal-
las. They arrived here yesterday on
the Sunshine special. Mr. aad Mrs.
Miilican will reside at the home of
Hev. Ed L. Miilican. while Rev. Ed
I.. Milliean and family are snAitdln
the winter in L Angeles. CaMf. The
j bride has a host of friends in Dallas.
' as she was very popular in the young-
er set and auite a leader in social
events. Miss Led better and her sister
Lena spent several weeks the past
summer here and in Cloudcroft and
made many friends.
News has been received from Cali-
fornia so announcing the wedding
there of Miss May Hubbard to MsJ.
Norman McLean Scott medical corps.
" ' i ows mjy. on Lfecemoer it.
Tbe announcements come froa Dr
and Mm (".. ThMk. f.t . .
! brofherlnlaw and sister of th. hrM.
min. ocoit was a lormer teacher ia
ue poaiic senoois of El Paso and
vsleta. daxnthter of the Ute Dr. Joel
. nnDHnL wno aiea tn KI 1 X mo last
summer. Dr. and Mrs. Scott win be
muuuob rvT. jseneary. xo.
Oliver; "First Piece of the Star Per-
former" Aimee Caskey; "First Noc-
turne." Ima Bird: "A Lovely
Flower" Josephine Goodman; waltz.
Fay Bait: "Fable" Josephine Lucy:
"Bohemian Dance" Marguerite
Bishop; "Barcarolle" (from Tales of
asoiLinanj uwrecay urn
Graclenx." Ton. Howell:
Jack OUllXEie: U flolmidrli
Sarah Goodman: "Scarf Dance." MUlle
Bobinson; The Silver Nymph." Paul-
lac Gillisple: "Mandolin Serenade."
Bthel Johneton: (a) "Good Night" (b).
waltz. Zena Oliver.
Mrs. R. T. Talpis Gives Tea In Honor
0. Her Niece Miss Freida Laskin
rE flowers of decoration for the
tea given on Satarday afternoon
from 1 until I oclock by Mrs. R. T.
Talpis honoring her niece. Miss
Freida Taslrln were crimson and
gave with the ligntiag of crimson
candles the cheery Cartstaa. ante to
the appointments. Miss Laskin Is to
be one et the midyear high school
graduates and the party was given in
honor of the approaching event.
The reception roecna of the Talpis
home were decorated with polnsettlaa
and Christmas bells and an orenestra
of several piecea played throughout
tne recemnc noars. Jtuseising wren
Miss Laskin. were her mother Mrs.
X. Laskin aad the hostess.
In the d lain it room. lighted with
tbe giow of crimson candle. Mrs.
Andrew Rota a visitor la the etty
from Chicago poured coffee aad tea
was Donred by Mrs. Talola. The table
for the service was laee eesred and
centered with a crystal basket of
California flowers. Ttiimsnhlac the
flowers of the baskets aad the vases
of crtmsos eainatien-s and petneet-
tiaa. the other nretty blossoms of
deeoratloa at the table wss ertae-
i tulle and the confections and
other appointments also teatared h
Assistinc in the honse narty was a
charming coterie of drla including
Miss Henrietta. Jacobs Mws Ktbe!
Amstater. Miss Margaret Laskin. Miss
Seism Herskowltz Mlas Norma Her-'
skowitz.Mlss Lucy Relim. and Miss
Miriam Kotowsky. Little Miss Irene
Talpis received the cards at the door.
The members of the honse party
were charming In their pretty frocks
of delicate evening tints and other
nretty frocks noted were worn by the
hostess the honor guest her mother
aad Mrs. Both. Miss Laskin was
frocked in black tulle fashioned over
blue and silver cloth and her cor
sage bonqnet like all. of the flowers
worn by the house party were sweet
peas Mlse Laskin's saother was at-
tired ' in a modish gown of georget
crepe of henna tint. Mrs. Talola the
hoeteea wore a lovely gown of brown
velvet and Mrs. Roth was chsrmlng
In Mack velvet. Number of callers
were received durtag the afternoon.
Covers were laid for IS members
at the anaaat baaqaet of the
Knight of the Revolving croon or
the First Methodist Honday senooi.
given Saturday night in the Modern
cafe. Following the baacaet Hubert
Harlan chairman. Woadel Cartoa and
Justin Foster were appointed a com-
mittee to nominate new officers for
the organization. This committee re-
ported Sunday morning and the fol-
lowing officers were elected for the
first six months of 1920: President.
Paul Burrow: sjce president. Claude
Bowser secretary treasurer. Clifford
Jones: class reporter Ames Hettrick.
The K. R. C. have planned to hold
semi-monthly dinner at whioh busi
ness sessions practical talks aad so-
cial activities will be provided.
MISS ETHEL McCAUGHN. of Pal-
BK.re college. Chihuahua. MeZJeo.
will be te gaest of boner at a New
Tear's retention to be given by the
woaea of 'he congregation of Aa-
bary Method st chnrch at the parson-
age from three until five aoloek. on
New Tear's alternoon.
Mrs. J- H. Fitzgerald will entertain
for Man McCaag-fcn on Tuesday even-
boose at the Lydla Patter-sea insti
tute oa the afternoon of Now Tear"a
day from t until eetoefc. The insti-
tute is maintained for the education
of Mexican boys aad ma aoder the
auspices of the aathrn Methodist
chnrch aad the keeping of aaea beast
will be an opportunity for those In-
terested la the nsovstaeat to see tbe
work being aoae there.
Aa exhibit of the drawing and eeber
work of the slats ntn win be oa sMs-
atey at the lnstitata. wMoa is
on the comer of Third aad Soatk
There Is to be a sHver tea aad opea Florence streets.
Means to Curb
Meeting of Economic Asso
ciations to Consider La-
Chicago. DA. Dec Legislation
affecting labor aad aarriealtare and
national Industrial and social prob-
! iuMl.r rtWf mt the wave of as
rest were before the convention of
elM A welrsn IfcilMiBMB aasOIISfllin
and anted organisations watch meet
her taoay- . .
Tbe convent tons of the Anstrlrsn
AssodatJoao for Labor fcsgmhitloa.
the American Association for Agrl-
cmtaral Legislation. The American
fin-in 1 araaaisarlon- tbe American
Statistical Sam -nation akd the Aasari- jtibn
ena Aseeesatssa of uaavesarty in-
atl uclon in Aooaemtlag. -were opened
iin eoaaecaea with the moatlag of
To Become Model
State Of Union
Various Organizations to
Frame Tentative State
Cleveland. O- Dee. it. Many radi-
cal proposals for an Meal state eoa-
atttatlOB will he voted oa at a meek
stat coaatttBUeaal eeaveattoa today.
tbe feature event of a three day con-
vention of the laatMnml htnalrlpal
leagn held tn coajancttoa wlrh the
A eaL. Janap Mms&
OUR aew 1920 Caleadart are re4r for dadraMiofl.
Yoa can get one free by calling for n. On retzoett
we wil mail tnesc free to out-of-town peopte.
If job are m4erettcd is aa ecomniieal Gat Heater fer fcae
Keete jas wl be raterwvtd s
the Matioaat Asse elation
wlB be held
Application of the United States of
tae cunsusiwiiij s vmm worm ww
conference held recently in Washing-
ton was to be .considered at sessions
of the H!er legistatloa organisation
aecordiac: to Jeaa B. Andrew. f
New Tork secretary of the assocla-
Uan. Tbe statbrMcs of tbe first uenoas
of the Vatted States were pabltshod
In one satsP. vetane of U pages. The
aterlsiftfiK me the IStS eemat fcontgod
12 volaraes baviac aa aggregate of
more than 44. pages.
After Mrrlag the snrsnneat sr IS
year as Uaatkaeaer at Turkey Point on
the Chesapeake Bay. Mra Oesncia Bnun-
fntld hmm been rettrad wtth a praatsa by
the banau of OsatboaMa.
Daring the past year approztmatery
M.00 gtrls tn the United State run
away or disappeared from their
by the Amerta
uoa aad the mauiiaiu fautleal
Srleaee aaoseatttoa. The reoatt of
taes sosslous win be referred tn a
coram Ittee on state nmmmissni with
instructions to draft a ramplate model
state constitution tor iiubiii.islua to
next year's eaanreatloa.
The propo ware prepared by It
committees and seoiethii aatnar as a
basis the eonattration of Kebrmskn.
Aassog other things they can for a.
one noon jeaiatnre. wasoa a naias
elect a Is. Ills live council. The chair-
man of the eoaactl woaM sstuute gov
ernor of the state without veto or
Ailv FOR. and GET
Por In'nntn and Invalids
Of Social Events
Sea't neglect eves a nuM ease et
Bsttmh. It may saesa year bear's
Ufa. Dr. Jskobi. the greet embrs
pbrnsisa of New Tact say. t stop
string the bear mOt I dhiiaj
aad see 5 ox. Bsifsr water aa
f on ear nan salt and water
give aoL"nhug t. year fiitinnsl
Bofl s0 the water the bahr srtsks.
m edsmea to the resakflsn of the
base's feed we
ahoLlajin. TMt treat.
never faaa t ear the saatt
of SMUldlllll lusiuli
B& FRANK P. JONES wffl eater-
tain with a tea in the afternoon.
honoring Mrs. Charles W. Marriott of
Silver City. New Mexico. kaalMrs.
icr &. souvea
The Wodeea club win give a party
In the evening at the hum. or utu
Jf. m r-ort JsoaMvard.
Kiaing class eg at Fort Bliss at
www a. m.
uymeaslan classes at the T. W. C
nioi in a- m. to i p. m. Classu
lor school girla from 4 to 4:46 p. m.
Classes for bmrmess girls from 7:86
ti .u p. m.
Mrs. J. H. Fitzgerald win entertain
in the evening honoring Miss Ethel
McCaughn of Dalmore College. Chi-
huahua. "Kid's" ball m the evening at
Knights of Pythias hall given by tbe
Knichts and Ladies of Security.
Rummage sale at the hospitality
house held by the Young Women's
Christies association financial com-
mittee. Meeting of the committee of ar-
rangement for the young people's
party to be given-by wade Hampton
chapter of the T D. C at :te odoek
on tbs mezzine floor of the Popular.
El Pasoans A way
asm i uawKms has returned to
Eastland. Texas after spending tbe
holidays wtth his wife and bis
mother. Mrs. R H. Hawkins.
Miss Dorothy Crane and Mlas Mar-
Jorie Crane have gone to Fort
Worth to spend the holidays with
their slater. Mrs. R. S. Me--
Mr. and Mra. M. F. Freeman left
Fridav for their home in Washing-
ton D. C. after spending Christmas
with their parents Mr. and Mra. J. R.
Freeman 1H East Rio Grande.
Mra. Albert W. Long left today for
Akron. Ohio to loin her hnshaiul.
hFirst Lieut. Albert W. Long. II th
lield artillery who returned mat
Wednesday from Frsnee aad a. now
spending a leave with hi nawnta
Lieut. Long's sister is to be married
neat weea ana xrs. Long is going to
be present at the wedding. Lieut.
Long is awaiting assignment bat will
probably go to Camp Pike. Ark. i
Wars' Mack render is the best
r fer aast ease ef Intertmal
mm KM. Si-m mr (ss
TV Warn Cbeadeal Cm.
P Tmtunmm Trmt. A Cm. Mfr.
Oil Paintings From Famous Masters
Will Be Exhibited At Woman's Club
rpHIRTY-TWO oil paintings of some
X ox the best known products of the
old act era will be shown at the
Womaa'a dab Wed need ay afternoon
by the art department of the elan.
The pictures are by Harold Beck-
with and are sent to the Woman's
club by tbe American Federation of
Arts la Its campaign for the educa-
tion of the artistic mind of the public
They represent the product of the
brash of Italian Spaamh and Dutch
masters principally sad some of the
picture copied date as far back as
tbe ISth century.
Mrs. 3. E. Qnaid obalrraaa of the
art department of tbe dab. ha
charge of the display and ts saaer-
viaiag the banging of the ptetares
Accompanying the ne luting which
are ia ell are t photographs of the
original paintings for comparison
with the copies by Mr. Beck with.
The exhibit Is most Interesting and
at expected to attract a large atten-
dance on Wedaeeday.
Tbe Mac Dowel! dnb. which was to
fcav mmt on TnMdav evenlnfi fit the
Woman's clubhouse has postponed irst
meeting until next Monday evening.
Mrs. Parker spent hundreds
seeking health Taniac
The Frits aid Ta FtorKot.
The friend too forrot avnrl from
whom you received ui tmexnMtftd
Thr:sima. present can be remembered
ax ew leafs. Suitable New Year
Sifts are offered here in variety and
most exceptional value?.
Wtterberm: Brotu Mr.at Tma.
The xnere thought of bttrinr IHa-
OBd flbOUld 4TUCarMt ffllharhW.
Semi KBsnal interest on HaT intra nr
counts will b due Jan. lt De-
positors are requested to present pass
books for credit.
PlraTt NaiHonaX Bank. AdT.
Carnival Mjcht Dec 31.
On New Tear' Bre we will offer
stpectal dance with oaralTal fea-
iurea. A special New Tear's dinner
rill be served. Make your plans to
pend a pleasant evenintr here.
Hodera "aft ieWBKair. Mills Bttg.
The Young Lady
Across The Way
"My troubles have beea completely
overcome sraoe x gaa takinir Tan
iac and I an enjoy in 7 the best Health
I have had In twenty years. said Mra.
M. Parker of 423 East Third street.
Loe Atelea. Calif.
"1 spent several tltoaaaiid dollars
fer niedleiiies aad trsataients. she
continued "bat It jfbs Jttst money
thrown away for I never trot tir re
lief from my stfxn-lnff nntll I eom-
mencea taKins; -rune. 1 was prao
tlcaily an invalid for twenty rears
and aU my tronble was caused by the
awrni conaiuon ox my stomach. A
great part of the time I was confined
to my bed. simply too weak to be tip.
I could eat but verv little and that
disagreed with me so X suffered terri
bly from a-as. To make matters
worse I was attacked br rheumatism
In my arms and tec which caused
me no end ef pain and misery. II
never g-ot a rood ntg-bt s sleep and
Became extremely nervous.
"WelL I have lust finished mv
fourth bottle of Taniac and it Is won-
derful tbe way I have Improved. Why.
1 reei so wen ana stroni; 1 do an my
housework without the least trouble.
LAXt Week I aCtUallV did the famlTVltrm tn th. war mm rormn. nsva-.v-n
j wash-.n? and it has been many years ment statistics say the I'nen Indus
sine? 1 aia a mine nKe mar. nr ap-
petite tc fine and nothina" disagrees
lth me I sleep restful ly and get up
fe-Hnff refreshed every morn In p. The
rheumatism has entirelv disappeared
and Taniac deserve? fverv hit nf vp
1-0.." t A1j drurti.- sell Tanlar -
Tbe procram at this meeting will be.
riven mder tbe direction of Mrs.;
The fissutee eessaiiUee of the
Tomsr Women's Christian assorts tip
of which Mrs. J. A. Jtawllns m chair-
man will hold a rnntmase sale on
Tuesday and Wednesday at the hos-
pitality honse at the Santa Fe street
bridge. Tbe funds derived from the
sale wffl he used to rebuild the wall
of the T. W. C. A. boarding hosne on
West Missouri street which collapsed
a few months ago. ;
The woman's auxiliary of west'
minster lesbyterian church will
meet on Tuesday afternoon at two- !
thirty oclock tn the church aarlors. I
The program is based on ministerial
relief and there are to be talks and
readings on the subject. Mrs. Paul
Heermans will sins; a solo.
Out of Town Visitors.
Chas. Newton who has been soend-
Ing the Christmas holidays with his
sister. Mrs. b. H. Bauey has returned
to Charleston. 8. C wheie he ts chief
nan zn tn navy aooara tne net
tle cruiser Olymtfia.
Commander R. D. Weyerbacher.
United States nevy. U in KI Paso
spending tbe holidays with Mrs.
weyrbacner who has been here zor
lain tim. rtrrTrlTleirr U7eerI.Vaas-HeT'
is stationed at lAkehsrst. N. J. i
L4eut- Col. George H. McMaster. who
gWWefl Hi " I dTmm ' I
WW w w
Aa admtnlstratlve naaaagaz tot be
!apaolnted by the council waalt ap
point and remove ail iilii liiisai
heads and commission. The rh''
power ef tbe rouneil woald be to
repare and introdnee bills raetfgate
investigations and aervl and
direct the work of -the governor.
SOUND PEOPLE ON GUARANTEE
AGAINST PRICE DECLINE PI-AN
ITaahlngron. XX C Dee. . Bus-
in ss interests. labor unions and
'the publie generally are to be
j sounded out as to the sentiment ia
price-decline systam said to be In
use by many mannCaetnrers and !
wholesalers in tbe sale of goods.
The federal trade commission an. I
noaaeed that It had seat out sev-
oral thousand letters inquiring as to i
opinion of the plan.
Tbe guarantee .against -price -J-
eliae system amouats to a goaraa- -tee
by maaofaeturers and whole-
aalerer In selling goods that should J
a decline la price occur before de-
livery of the good the buyers shall
benefit by the decline but It tbe
market should rise before delivery. !
tbe manufacturer or wholesaler t
would assume the loss. j
Oomplainta lodged with the com-
mission assert that work'ng oat of I
the plan tends to prsvent a decrease 1
in the cost of living. I
Qdorkss Gas Heater?
The cheerio arxlniost -swfcorny-warrotb
known to science Radi-
ant Heat 1 The LAWSON heals
me fee Sen projected rays.
No devitalized atmosphere.
The LAWSON has aa inner
combustion chamber the "glow-
jag heart." Consumes the gas
thoroeghijr. No waste. No odor.
' The racst compact powerful
and e&tieat gas heater you can
bar There's aa economfcat size
for largest to srnaHest roosn. Let
as show yoa the LAWSON.
Prices $7.50 and Up
Sold the Easy Rogers Way
207-9-11 N. Starts St
didest Piano Hooee fat 23 Pase.
We Sell at Sew York Prices
2J rears' experience finding pianos suitable for tats "srj" climate.
Wolves nave a singular fear of cer-
tain kinds of music Experiments
have shown that low minor chords oa
a violin cane the greatest agitation
4eut- Col. George H. McMaster. who rvrrv . t
senior major of the ICth infantry. T21" TamZ UdT acr!5 tie way ayxi
smanded tbe res'ment at Camp I A seme days she drops ererytfeine
see picks sp bnt she Moseses it's just
nerrftBssess uni there's se ftccasien to
commanded tbe revment at Camp
Cotton for several months rtor to
tbe Pershing Mexican expedition is
in El Paso on a visit. He has recenttv
retired from service. He commanded
a regiment in France during the war.
H. H. McCormick. lately returned
from France passed through this city
today on his way to Colombia. South
America- Mr. McCormidk ancnt
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Munden in Los Angeles who are old
residents of El Paso. Mrs. Munden be-
ing one of the Blott family. Mr. Mc-
Cormick is a mining engineer aad ia
interested in properties In Mexico and
Centra and South America. He ex -pecta
to be absent on this trip of ex-
ploration three' years.
El Pasoans Reluming.
Mr and Mra. Edward Long have
returned from a visit with Mrs. Long's
parenta. sir. a no Mra. toieman Mc-
Kay at Bavlor. Tezas. Mrs. Long
has been vlsitinr for about six weeks
and Mr. Long nt Chrlstrrfls with
Mr. and Mrs. McKay.
WHITE GOODS 'MANUFACTURE
DELAYED BY FLAX SHORTAGE
Arroentters. France. Dc J9 Re-
cover of the whit? goods industry
fn TTrn nro frrtm th hlnar If- lit that
war has been retarded it Is said nere
by the shortage of flax dne to th 1
isolation of Russia tbe great source
Only lfiOO persons are at work in
three mills here as compared with
lfi.MMV- em ployed in 114. accord ine; to
information e1vn ths correspondent
of the Apsociated Press today. In the
course nf his government arranged
try aj a whole has resumed opera-
tions In on---tnird of the mills but
with only a little more than per-
cent of the r-re war force. Officials
express confidence that the msnn-f.-ctur
nf trhit rr d- will be at half
Vroriiti. n 'thin a an1 at full
uut'ut w.'.h.n t'u three jears.
114 EGGS A DAY NOW
INSTEAD OF 25 A DAY
auravibJiiiiV43 ABOUT MOLES
pOLK lore satborities teil as aany Nor mark predirious. such aa are
:1 IntsrestinaT thlnn sawbas- -- i Pssplscd in aativirr
j tbesa little dark colored spot whicb. -J-?0 "ff"'.'''''?!
! are In iality tell tale ef fortwe. i I Slf ltU- ThnIoa
If yoa have no mole K mean that
yoa will be tamo and BnlBtereatrnK
except through tbe Influence of
Trie ad a who have moles.
A mole on a girl's chin spells
A mole oa her ear. riches aad re-
spect. On the neck money br tbe peck.
On the nose travel ht Buy coaa-
trlea. On the middle of tbe forehead un-
pleasant and discourteous
un any part of the lip ranch be-
a happy aad earl
The universities of California aad
North Carolina nave issued regular
outlines oa citizenship for woaaen as
a part of the university eztoaalea pro-.
That Means About 10S Extra Income
l'er aoath for Mrs. Ropp.
"I nave SOS hen. laelndlM mt mi.
lets not old enough to lay. and had
een geiiing 2m tn as egg a dar.
Then I tried Don Sang la the feel
and am now getting 197 to 114 egss
a day." Mr. Essie B. Rope. R. II. Z.
Irs. Ropp got this Increase of
dosea a day In the middle of Winer.
At so cents a dozen. M days a month
this make Slot extra income a
month. The Don Snag for bar ou
hen coot her about I2.5S per month..
Ton can aee now well It paid her. and
will guarantee It will nav von
Here' ear offer:
Give year hens Don Sung and watch
production for one month if you fortunate
don't find that It pays for Itself ml I the mole
On the eyebrow.
Oa tne wrist lnjanloaa.
On th forearm many ci usees bat
prvspvnxy will zoiiow.
On the right arm. great wteoexu.
On tbe left arm. wisdom and
There Is a different meaning far
iaoe oi maacuiuM persnaaioa. On
yea. the two standard sexes differ la
their interpretation of such alga aad
On the throat he will become rich.
On tne ankle courage.
Oa the elbow an unsteady temper.
A mole on tbe rtgbt stde of tbe
forehead declares a man to anoand In
benefits from great men aad friend-.
mupb mvib imporua people rte Kill
be esteemed end honored. The naler
i the color the greater the honor.
A woman having tan aaale will be
in all her actions but If
is black beware of her
pays yon a good profit besides simplri tonga
oei Moles on the right
tell ue and your
promptly retnnoea early marriage aad a Urge fortune.
Don 8nng (Chinese for ezg-laying) i Moles on tht back you'll never
works directly on tbe egg-laving or-1 lack.
gens and ia also a splendid ;-mc n i A mole on the left eyebrow dlsap-
1 aaily given in the feed improves pointment.
the ben's heslth. makes her stronger! To meet a blue eyed woman with
and more active ia any weather nno ' mole on her left cbeek is a sign
starts her laying. pf trouble
Try Don Sung for S days m 1 -i it in "Midsummer Night's Dream'
doesn't get you the eggs no matter moles were considered unfortunate if
how cold or wet the weather your possessed by children. Oberon se-
money will be refunded by return lieved that he waa oontarmg a great
malL Oet Don Sung from your drne-l favor on newly married couples when
gist or poultry remedy dealer or send he promised them:
5" rents for a package by mall pre-1 The Mots of Nature's hand
ptii Burrf U-Due-st 331 rolum-1 Sha!' no' 'n the'r Issue stan.1;
I oia uwg inuiunapolis. indt Adv. j Xc tr n.ule. lialr lip nor scar.
C-Orrr amaamal 1
rC CV aammpWl. L
Use more mi3L It is better for
yor has sore hod valne tkan
aay artick: ol food yo Caa oee.
Bat remember yoa should
drknt: deaa pore sail; and
it t wortt yoar wiule to mvest!-
gate the satNce ot your milk
supply. We wosnVj be pleased
to have you visit ow dairy.
El Paso Dairy Co.
THE CLEAN DAIRY
Office 423 N. Otegaa Street
Tbe finest been and the meet
selentme roasting only mi
Republic Coffee Co.
We Roast It-
Others Praise It
"THE IIS PIANO HOUSE"
JENKINS PIANO CO.
211-213 TEXAS STREET
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