El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Monday, June 30, 1919 Page: 4 of 10
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JSr PASO HERALD
I Miss Hazel Missman and C. B. Vilson
'Are United in Service at St. Clemenfs
i Or OIX1E I'.
A PXIKTTX weeding" service took
l Place Monday moraine' at 10
oclock at St. Clement's Episcopal
church -when C B. "Wilson and Miss
Kaxel MTcsman were united In mar
r.age by Rev. Fuller Swift In the
presence of the relatives and most In
timate friends. The bridesmaids were
Miss Marie Susan and Miss Margaret
Pagan. Miss Marie was gowned In" a
a!nty frock of bine georget. while
JHss Margaret wore a frock of pink
seerget They both carried spring
baskets and were followed by Thomas
A-rtiur and Donald Woodward whet
scattered sweet peas In the rath of
ne onoe wno entered wiin i. A.
oodward whogave her in marrlasre.
Mr "Wood ward Is1 a cousin of the bride.
Si" was ver charmtng in her wed-
ccwr. of white satin worn with
a picture hat' of white and her bou-
en shower was of bride's roses.
Mr Wilson entered from the chancery.
Rcccmpanied by Floyd Wilson and
u his bride and her attendants at
f he chancel where the ceremony took
place. The two small flower boys
ere Terv attractive In sailor suits'
Tmmeniataly after the ceremony an
niormal reception was neia at me
home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. J. H.
riallman. and Ices and cakes were
served from a prettily appointed ta-
ble in the dining room. Later Mr. and
tr-s Wilson left for a visit to Cloud-
croft and will be at home upon their
return at their residence on Montana
Cn Friday evening of last week.
Mrs. Henry T. Bowie entertained the
members of the Phllatnea class of the
First Presbyterian church at her
vome on Fort Bott'evard. In honor of
Miss Tilda Helgcson. who leaves
Keen I'll Say So!
Music the best in city. Critics
tell us so.
The only real dance Boor.
Dancing and entertainment
above the dirt and dust of the
Cool drinks and light suppers
Tsext Tuesday evening Miss Ruth
Emerson of the Hart Dancers
will give an exhibition of inter-
pretive and oriental dancing. It
wdl be a treat to 1 Paso dance
4th come and celebrate on
the roof. Special patriotic favors
Dancing every night except Sun-
day. TABLES RESERVED.
Paso Del Norte
Ernest E. Byan Mgr.
I Save Your Baby
It is the bin or year when
baby Is liable to have
H trouble. Avoid this by putting jgj
I CrTRTIFIED MILK. 1
1 Passe 340. Office. 4zj If. Orecen K
I EI Paso Dairy Go.
As A Modern Woman "
you insist upon inspecting things before you buy them. Or if you are em-
ploying a household maid you request an interview with the candidate be-
fore you admit her into your home. For you know 'that no verbal recom-
mendation or written word can equal in value what you see with yout
The Acme Laundry Man appreciates this fact and it1 prompts him
to invite you to his big Sunshine Laundry. . ;
This is a departure from ancient custom but he also is aware that
this is a new age and that he is addressing modern women with whom
reason counts more than precedent - -
Heextends to you this invitation because he- is confident.that once
you become familiar with his laundry methods you will cease to worry
about what to do with your Family wash.
Meanwhile if you are in a quandary over where to send your Family
Washing Render it to the courteous and obliging Acme- Laundry Man
and he will return if to you in a few days fresh sweet and daintily fin-
ished. Rthg43t)0. '
. shortly for Des Moines. Ia.. where
1 52 'T?11 .be m?rTi.e.d' '5 iater to-
Cleveland. O.. to live. The lawn of
the Bowie home was decorated with
Japanese lanterns rugs and flowers
and the guests enjoyed themselves
with charades proverbs and other
Howard Durkee who has recently
returned from France where he was
engaged In war work under the Y. M.
C Am gave a talk on the part played i
by the women in T. M. C. A. work
overseas. Refreshments were served.
Assisting th host and hostess in en
tertaining were "Dr. Wallace. Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Durkee. Miss Pauline
Latta. Miss Hettie Boone and others
Members of the class presented Miss
Helgerson with a set of linen nap-
kins. The bride to be also received
several gifts from Individuals. Be-
sides the honor guest those present
included Mrs. Julius Bergman. Miss
Hetie Boone. Mrs. Bradford. Miss
Edith Collard Miss Charlotte Cham-
bers. Miss Jessie Compton. Miss Es-
telle Dixon Miss Florence Ehart. Miss
Marguerite Ehart. Miss Pollv Greer.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter. Mrs. Hamilton-
Miss Bessie Harris Mrs. F. Hornbeck
Misses Grace and Gertrude Hyland.
Mrs. George Henze Misses Barbara
and Bertha Klerner. Miss Mary Keat-
ing. Miss Mable Keenev. Mrs. W. P.
Kline. Miss Pauline Latta. Mrs. A. La
Moyne. Miss Emma Laughlin. Miss
Jessie E. & McDonald. Mrs. T. F. Mil-
ler Misses Enis and Ina May Mont
gomery Mrs. D. G. Palm. Mrs. C A. J
Peavey. Miss Dora Peebles. Mrs. E. JL I
Phlppeny. Mrs. Mable Parker. Miss j
Louise Preefer. Mrs. Arthur Ramsey.
Miss Frieda Kheinheimer. Dr. Nettie
Satterlee. Mrs. E. Seifert. Miss Ttm
Stapleton. Miss Annie Louise Sullivan.
Miss Irene Schwankhaus. Miss 31arle
Schwartz. Miss Edith Taylor. Miss
Bertha Ward. Miss Winifred Wilson.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Durkee. Dr.
Wallace and the host and hostess.
At 1 ocioclr Saturrtsv nnrannTi at
the home of Rev. J. F. Williams on
Magoffin avenue the wedding service
was performed uniting In marriage
Joel Ernest Fleet and Miss Kathryn
Ltdella Klox. The ring ceremony was
used with Dr. Williams reading the
lines in the presence of the near rela-
tives and friends. The bride formerly
lived In Tioga La and Mr. Fleet Is
connected with a packing company
here. They will make their home in
El Paso. Among the guests present at
ine weaaing were Atrs. Aziie .Meet
mother of Mr. Fleet his two sisters
Mrs. John W. Hathhom. of Alexan
dra! La. Mrs. Rena Parker of this
aty ana a niece ana nephew. Miss
Mary Virginia Compton and Peter
Compton. of this city.
Announcement comes tram Wash-
ington D. C of the engagement of
Miss Margaret MIchie to Capt. David
Torrey Wells TJ. S. aviation corps.
Miss MIchle. who lives with. . her
mother In Washington. Is the only
daughter of the late Brig. Gen. Robert
E. I MIchle whose -death occurred In
France some months ago while he was
a member of Gen. Pershing's staff.
Brig. Gen. Mlchie Is pleasantly re-
membered here having been stationed
on the border for some time as a
major In the 12th cavalry.
Dancing and snappy entertainment
Coolest place best music Open every
night. Hotel Pajto flel Jiorte. Adv. I
Metallic nnbber Stripping: keeps the
windows from rattling. Rhelnhelmer
Lumber Co phone 498. Adv.
Regular $60.00 Seller
Made by Inaestrnclo Trunk Factory.
DO YOURSELF A FAVOR
and see me before buying; as I can absolutely save yon money.
218 South El Paso Street.
Opposite the Alhambra Theatre-.
1 HTc M m
Fancy Spotting a
EI Paso Laundry Inc.
Visitor Becomes An El Paso Bride
MRS. C B. WILS0X the former Miss Hazel Missman whose wedding occurred
at 10 a. m. Monday at St. Clement's Episcopal church. Mrs. Wilson is
from Chicago lias been visiting her aunt Mrs. J. B. Dallnfan on the Boulevard.
After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will he at home at 1S37 Montana
Frederick Humphreys Is to Give
Dancing Party on Del Norte Roof j
THE Paso Ccl Norte roof garden will
be the scene of a gay festivity Tues
day evening- -wnen Frederic!: Hum-
phreys -will give the first of a series
of parties to his friends in EI Taso.
The affair will' consist of dancing and
The Skin Dcautifier
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AT TMLTT COUHTOU M KXT PCSTTA3
Baker-Wheeler Hfg. Co
serving of dainty refreshments with
an entertainment by Miss Kuth Em-
erson a dancer from San Antonio.
The party will be held during the
regular open reception on the roof
garden and the danclnxr will be with
the merry making: public on the regu-
lar ball room floor.
Mr. Humphreys will pive several oth-
er parties In the near future each one
being to a dozen or more couples. He
will leave In August for Chicago or
some o mer eastern city to atxena col-
lege. His parties are in. the nature of
Many of the prettiest or the June
parties were given in compliment to
visitors in the city and one of the
most charming of these affairs was
the tea dansant given on Saturday af-
ternoon by Mrs. F. W. Gurney honor-
ing her niece Miss Mae Wherry of
Oakwood who is a bouse guest at the
Gurney borne on Estrella street. The
drawing room reception room and
dining room where ithe dancing was
enjoyed were fragrant with American
Beauty roses and shasta daisies and
the crimson and white motif featured
all of the danty apponiments of the
Sarty. Punch was served from a
owl embedded in masses of crimson
sweet peas and the ices and cake
sei-ved buffet featured the dainty
tints of the blossoms of decoration.
The curtains were drawn and the
chandeiier llchts were shaded with
crimson. Presiding at the punch bowl
were Miss Char lee and Miss Anne
Kelly and Miss Nellie Smith. The
frocks worn by the guests were
charruirciy dainty affairs of sheerest
summer fabrics. The honor guests
Kown was of pink organdy. Miss
Mary Kelly wore an exquisite dress
of wh:te organdy embroidered with
tiny flowers of dainty tint and Miss
Charlee and Miss Anne Kelly wore
datnty frocks of white organdy.
Among the guests present were Miss
Betty Safford Miss Tama O'ICeefe
Miss Theresa OTCeefe. Miss Mary
Heermans. Miss Anne Magoffin Mirs
Marv Maeof f in. Miss Mary Dewey. Miss
Ruth Dewey Miss Mildred Pew. Miss
Margery few. Miss Mary capies. Miss
Marian Calnan Miss Marian Howe
Miss Jane Bnrges Miss Mary Gates
IxouuiUiiJ jiis3 .di ouymcr .hum
Margaret Hardie Miss Lily Bell War-
nocKi miss ixiroiay imams iiss
tiOQtse Robertson. Miss Mary Prances
nocK. M.iss Dorothy Williams. Miss
Kooercson miss saaie itutn Aiariaee.
Alias iiisaaeifi jonnstou. 3iiss ieiiia
Smith Miss Lola Bess Smith. Miss
verna Altaian. Miss Evelm Ellison.
Miss Burt ram Orndorff. Miss Alilna
Orndorff. Miss "Winifred Shelton. Miss
Elslnor snelton. MIsq ElIiaBeth Kelly
MU Anne Kellv. Miss Mary Kelly.
Miss ChsMee Kelly. Miss Ermln Mar-
trratf. Miss Beatrice Markgraff MJss
Frances Clayton. Miss Genevieve Lan-
nell. Miss Katharine Karle. Miss
Frames Onpenhelmer Miss Mary
Kmery and Mrs. Sam Hutherford.
El Pasoans Reluming.
.Mrs. Lonls Glnsburg. after an ex-
tended visit In Galveston. Texas has
returned to tbe city and is at borne at
loos Arizona street.
Will Winch has returned from a trip
to Salt Lake city 6an Francisco and
Los Anireles whlth he took in com-
pany with a number of Rotarians. The
Kotary convention was beld In Salt
Edward Jaclcson has returned to
tbe city and has resumed his former
position wltn an antomoDiie tire com-
pany. Mr. Jackson served during the
war with the motor corps with station
In New Torls city. He was scheduled
to leave for overseas with an ammu-
nition train bat as skilled mechanics
Were needed on this side at the last
minute before the sailing; of his ship
he was ordered to remain in New
How to Handle n Kodak.
We offer you standard kodaks and
j expert finishing. Your part Is to op-
I erate the kodak correctly and In this
we B've you tree instructions. 11 you
afe not Rotting quite the best results
call and see us.
J. F. Gnndara Pboto Supply Co.
110 East San Antonio St. Adv.
July 1st is Buttermilk day. Call 1
Paso Palry Co. Adv.
Curtis & Co buy Liberty bonds.-Adv.
Srml annual Interest on Savings aV-
conntB will be due July 1st. Deposit-
ors are requested to present pass
books for credit.
First National Bank. Adv.
Chnese studenta in Toklo signed
uith their own blood a petition call-
ine; !iion Cr;nfse students in Europe i
in renirn to rMna to protest against '
t!.o nat-1 oafrr n e de iion grant-'
iv Jun frroni Ltcs
1 Reception Is Given at May field Home
l For a Visitor Mrs. Francis Moore
VERY lovely In detail was the recep-
tion given Saturday afternoon at
the Mayfield home on East Boulevard
when Mrs. Davis Mayfield entertained
in honor of her sister Mrs. Francis
Moore of New York City who Is her
house guest. The reception rooms of
the Mayfield home are ciarmlng In
appointment and were a pretty set-
ting for the smartly gowned guests
who called numbering over 70.
The table in the dining room where
tea was poured by Mrs. Thomas May-
field and Miss Sarah Brldgers was
exquisitely dainty spread with cluny
lace over yellow satin and in further
beautiful effect there was a great
crystal bowl in the center filled with
Shasta daisies. Satin ribbons were
crossed beneath the bowl brought to
the table's edge and tied In great but-
terflv bows. Lights were shed from
vellow wax candles burning In silver
holders and the confections were In
I Miss Carolyn Gillem Gives Dinner
at the Country Club For Eight Guests
SEVERAL dinner parties were given
prior o the dancing: hours at tbe
Country club Saturday night. One of
the prettiest of these was given by
Miss Carolyn Gillem one of the
I daughters of MaJ. and Mrs. A. C 011-
1 lem. who has recently returned frojn
school. The table was daintily ap-
I pointed and pink sweet peas were the
' flowers of decoration- They were
placed In crystal bowls the lengtn oz
the table and Interspersing the bowls
of blossoms were crystal candlesticks
i holding burning pink candles. The
place cards painted bv the hostess
I were ornamented with clever minla-
I ture heads of summer girls and
i marked covers for Capt. and Mrs. Ar-
1 thur Harper.i Miss Elizabeth Glover
Miss uurtram urnaoru. .miss abim
Orndorff Lieut. Smith of the U. Si
aviation corps capt. juuan . Cun-
ningham. Lieut. John M. Bethel and
The Mary T. Hardie circle of West-
minster Presbyterian church will give
an informal tea on Tuesday afternoon
&r the residence of Mrs. Bradford
Hardie 10:1 East Rio Grande honor-
ing Mrs. C. T. Wharton a missionary
worker recently returned from Africa.
Friends In the city will be guests dur-
ing the receiving hours from 5 to six
oclock and especial guests will be
members of the Woman's auxiliary to
the church Mrs. Wharton's presence
being of especial Interest to them as
a missionary workers.
Out Of Town Visitors.
"JU C. Davis of Las Crnces N. M Is
at tlfe McCoy.
B. H. Martin of Fierro X. If is at
C. A. Chenoweth. of Rodeo X M.. Is
at Hotel Sheldon. .
Inez Rea of Tucumcari J?. M Is at
Hotel Paso del Hortc
M. D. Tllley. of Demlng N. M Is a
guest at the Sheldon.
Martin a Smith of Las Vegas N.
M is at Hotel Sheldon.
W. D. Hudson of Pecos Tex Is a
guest at Hotel SL Regis.
J. S. Norwood of Aden. N. ML Is a
guest at Hotel St- Regis.
X. H. Davis of Demlng If. M. Is
registered at the Sheldon.
Weldon H. Irvin. of Phoenix Ariz
Is at Hotel Paso del Norte.
W. G. Cloman of Alamogordo N. il
ls at Hotel Paso del Norte.
John H. Cox. of Columbus X. M Is
a guest at Hotel St. Regis.
. R. A. Armstrong; of Safford. Ariz
is at Hotel Paso del Norte.
Frank R. McKay of Columbus. N.
M.. is at the Paso del Norte.
John H. Helm. Phoenix. Ariz Is
registered at Hotel St Regis.
Owen Selby and daughter of Hous-
ton Tex are at the McCoy.
J. V. Booth of Globe. Ariz ts a
guest at Hotel Paso del Norte.
O. E. Schow of Clifton Ariz Is a
guest at Hotel Paso del Norte.
C O'Calahan. of Chihuahua. Hex.
is at the Paso del Norte hotel.
A. X. Sears of Las Cruces. X. M.
Is a guest at the Paso del Norte.
J. L. Koonce and T. Lasham. of Co-
lumbus N. 'M. are at the McCoy.
M. S. Berry labor organizer of Dal-
las is registered at Hotel McCoy.
Wm. V. Thorp of Safford. Ariz Is
registered at the Paso del Niwte.
D. Taylor and C M. Tlnnin. of Van
Horn Tex are guests at the St. Regis.
Ailolph Baer and Mrs. Baer of Last
Ve;as X. M are at the Paso del Norte.
J. F. Aguirrc of Chihuahua. N. M
was registered at the McCoy Sunday.
Roy Neblet and Mrs. Neblet. of
Phoenix. Ariz are guests at Hotel St.
J. G. Love and II. S. Woods of
Pecos Tex are at Hotel Paso del
Marcus Snyder and R. H. Mooney of
Colorado. Tex are at the Paso del
Mrs. M. D. Harrison and Miss Helen
Harrison of Tucson Ariz are at tbe
H. H. Clark and1 R. E. Bralton. of
Columbus. X. M are guesta at Hotel
Capt H. W. Mason and Mrs. Mason
of Columbus N. M are registered at
the 'Paso del Norte hotel.
B. F. Biggs vice presid.ent of the
sunshine oil company oi i-ecos lex
is a eruest at the Sheldon.
F. S. Gllmore and Mrs. Gllroore. of
Demlng X M and Mrs. A. M. Conway
ot Demlng are at uotei i-aso aei
Lieut Claude Burdx stopped for a
vieit In El Paso en route from a visit
In Indiana to his station with the 18th
cavalry at Fort Huachuca. Ariz. He
will leave lor nis station mis evening.
El Pasoans A way.
Miss Kathyleen Orndorff leaves this
afternoon for a visit to Miss Nell
Hotchklss in High Rolls. X. M.
Miss Xellle Eppsteln left on Satur-
day for Toledo. Ohio for a visit of
a month with relatives and friends.
Among those registered recently at
the Donohue apartments In Venice.
Calif are Mrs. J. H. Bramberg and
children from El Paso.
They Are Always Grateful
For Mcura Soap
Because it means skin comfort
and skin health. For shaving bath-
ing and shampooing it is wonderful.
Assisted by touches of Cuticara
Ointment it docs much to dear
the skin of pimples rashes eczemas
and irritations and the scalp of
dandruff and itching.
B tor sitd try CstUm Ttlna. tf t!tttie.
roolifi diMtins powder f f uensdag t nxruc
3 tBU 9t kll dnlffl.
the vellow tint. The cards were re.
celved at the door by little Frances
jioore smaii aaugnter or Mrs. Fran-
cis Moore and by Davis Jr. and Ellis.
small sons of the hostess. Assisting
Mrs. Mayfield were Mrs. w. R Brown.
Mrs. Peyton Edwards Miss Mary Gates
xteamonu. jiiss .Nellie May Bowen.
Miss Margaret Schuster Miss Lola
Bess Smith. -Miss Nellie Smith. Mrs.
R. W. McCandless. Miss Dorcas Anne
Rayne and Miss Alberta Heep. The
hostess was gowned In blue georget
heavily beaded and Mrs. Moore wore
a creation oi georget in rose snaaes
beaded with silver and worn with sil
ver slippers. Her corsage bouquet was
or coral huea sweet peas. Mrs. loom
as Mayfield and Miss Sarah Brldgers
were gowned In the daintiest frocks
possible. Mrs. Mayfield In blue or'
gandy and Miss Brldgers In pink or
irandv. Mrs. Francis Moore Is the for
mer Miss Gertrude Ellis who lived
here formerly and many lovely affairs
are being gtien in ner nonor auring
ner wsit to ner sister.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tooley and Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Enlow left Sunday
morning by motor for a fishing trip
to the Gila river. They will be away
for two or three weeks i
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Glenn and small
daughter Louise left several days
fiirn for a. visit to the California
beaches. Mrs. Glenn is train dispatch
er for the Southern paciiic.
Mrs. I D. Stark of 13 30 Grant
avenue. wll leave today for Cloud-
croft where they will be guests at
the Lodge for the remainder of the
Mrs. W. H. Loretz and her daughter
ir Vti.nA J a .Ho -1 m nmm.rlnr In
California and hare apartments In
Los Angeles. They will go to Long
iieacft in a snort time ana wiu-spena
the remainder of the season at the
various beaches on the Pacific coast
Mrs. William Walz and her mother.
Mrs. S. H. Jacobs have gone to Cali-
fornia where they will remain for
several weeks. Mrs. Jacobs has been
quite sick and she goes to- California
to recuperate. Mr. Walz left several
days past for New York where be
goes on business.
A bout El Pasoam.
On Saturday evening at 6 oclock. a
babv son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Longnecker at their res
idence on Dakota street
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walbrldge are
the parents of a baby daughter born
at Providence hospital on Saturday.
June 2S. One of her names will ;
probably be Peace in honor or the
signing of the peace treaty on the day j
of her birth. i
The Woman's auxiliary of St. Clem-
ent's Episcopal church will not hold
Its regular meeting as usual on Tues
Christian Services Held
Where Once Christians
Were Preu Of Beasts
Rome. Italy. June 50. On the very
spot where Christians were offered as
the orcr of wild beasts to amuse the
Roman populace In tbe Roman coli-
seum a Christian service has at last
been held. It was celebrated recently
in memory of the Boy Scouts of the
Italian army who had done messenger
service at he -front and were killed
The altar used for the service was
one which had been carried By the
Italian Boy armies through many
campaigns In the Alps and was placed
in the west end of the coliseum. The
service was presided over by monslg-
nor BartolomasL who held tbe rank of
general In the Italian army being the
chief chaplain to the Italian forces.
PLAN STORAGE RESERVOIR
IN QUEEN CREEK CHANNEL
Phoenix. Ariz June Jo Probably
the next storage reservoir to be
created In Arizona will be in the chan
nel of Queen creek with its dam at
the narrows about where the Superior
road crosses the stream. The site was
surveyed SO years ago by reclamation
service engineers who found a stor-
age basin for several hundred thou-
sand acre feet of water though with
very irregular flood periods.
construction ot ine aam is con-
templated by an association of dry
land farmers on the plain that
stretches toward Mesa -with expecta-
tion that the Queen creek flow shall
add to the irrigation water now
I Now It's Grandma Chintz j
EV CKUTRUDC BKItBSFORD.
"pnjUiDUA. CHINTZ" is the name
of a quaint cotton materia; woven
In old-time patterns which has come
into Fashion's favor. Gowns ot
"grandma's chinti" are worn during
tne morning nours and are pictuesque
enough for afternoon. This morntne
dress of this quaint material U made
with a deep T"shaped chemisette
and collar of white organdie. The
-uffs are also organdie. A double
girdle characterizes this gown. Below
a belt o' cbints runs a narrow double
rold of organ. he. which ties in a saah
at the back. White pearl buttons
trim the side front of this dress and
the skirt Is plain. The brim of the
lephom h.-it which is worn with this
rov. n (he i! iblc means of support
f'ir a rui'f.i- nt D-5anlie banJ and
"Creamers uf wt hhie rnn and a
pink r '-e on.tipicte tbf- iMi'turesQuc
Tuesday's Calendar f
I Of Social Evenlsl
11 MEETING of the Tort Bliss Bridge
III club with Mrs. yrancls W. Glover
Swimming at the T. W. C A. club
house with instruction for adults;
9 to 10 a. m T to 8 p. m.
Swimming without instruction for
adults 10 to 12 a. m Z to Z p. m S to
9 p. m.
Swimming without instruction for
children: 3 to 4 p. m.
Missionary society of Austin Park
Christian church meets in the after-
noon at 3 oclock. .
The Mary V. Hardie circle of West-
minster Presbyterian church will en-
tertain with a tea from S to 6 oclock
at the home of Mrs. Bradford Hardie.
10Z4 East Rio Grande street
Missionary society of Trinity Meth
odist church meets In the afternoon at
2 oclock in the women's parlors of tbe
The Christian woman's board of
missions meet at 2 oclock at the .
church. ' i
Frederick Humphreys will entertain
with a dance on the roof garden of tbe
Paso del Xorte on Tuesday evening. .
The Degree of Honor will entertain
on Tuesday evening at the home of.
Mrs. L A. Houston. -432 Trowbridge
street . " t
Supper at 8:29 p. ra given by Dove
Shrine. Xo. 2. of the White Shrine of I
Jerusalem followed by a business!
ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE
FOR EL PASO FISHERMEN!
All arrangements have been made
for taking care of El Pasoans who
wish to fish at Elephant Butte dam.
according to J. F. CLeary. field depu-
ty game warden of New Mexico who
was in El Paso Monday on his way to
make an inspection in southern Xew p
Mexico. He said all sporting goods
stores will be able to issue permits
any deputies encountered in Las .
Cruces or on the road will have them
and the man who looks after the boats
at the dam will also be equipped to
For going to Elephant Butte deputy
O'Leary recommended the river route :
via Rincon. saying It is in good con- '
ditlon and much preferable to the
rougher road by way of Eagle. More-
over gasoline and oil may be secured
along the way and motorists constant-
ly are near a telephone in case ofi
Tuesday and Wednesday Only
Fruit jars and Jelly Glasses. Just Eeceived a
carload. Now is the time to buy your -Summer
requirements at wholesale cost.
Re. Price Sale Price
Pint Mason Jars $ 0 doz. 5 .82 dor.
Quart Mason Jars ..- 1.00 doz. 9doz.
1-2 Gallon Mason Jars L25 doz. 1.09 dos.
1-3 Pint Jelly Glasses So das. .50 dor.
1-2 Pint JeDy Glasses . .70doL .55doz.
Phone and Mail Orders Accepted. Get your or-
der in quick as this sale is for two days only.
Oiina Palace Co.
I r. r-T-t
" Pins Xransportatian.
Rnj 'jA'ra 8 1 JW exquisite
fS M$Xadin& Face Powder
Kn jQ A completion powder of esquis- j
nwjQ. ' J"f "e" delicate odor arid texture
VM7 520rY!CCH" which holds its charm throughout
UL S3j j the day imparting to the skin that i
A! delicate ssftnesa and refinement so
acch admired. ;
I Kicine Face Powder Is cooling ra-
V j I Deahinc acd barmleaa. a poaitive pro-
ILttv . l tectum agaiaat wind tan sun-burn and
1 return of eiacoloratloas. Leaves the
rpjiej . I slon soft asi smooth aa roae retail.
Hilg$9 t This extralslte preparation Nooina.
IKa 1 beautifies mdotis of complexions todar.
KHtjhi j rrica rt&nded if sot entirely pleased
rtj ! Soil lit Crecn Boxes Only.
1J At UaJbtg toilet coaalcn. II tbeg IWvtt
Ql i : U. hv Dual 60c.
P.j NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY
"The Dinaerware House"
107 N. Stanton SL
Jiffy-jell is flavored cvitK
fruit juice essences ia
liquid form in vials.
A wealth of fruit juice
is condensed to flavor
each dessert. So it brings
you true -fruit dainties
healthful and delicious at
a trifling cost
Simply add boiling
Compare it with the
old-style gelatine desserts.
It will be a delightful rev-
elation. Get the right Idnd-
JO Flaeon at Year Grocer's
2 Package for 23 Call
Oldest Wans Honse In EI Paso
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