El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 18, 1913 Page: 7 of 10
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Gossip of Society
$y Grace Virginia Logan
In tha lead of Lol a pretend
O how good l to wend'
Itiaiintr evening flags as thars
In an old time reeking en air
Oolna- beeh In Arnmi he daye
Of i ha olden sweetheart amy.
Wishing wishes tir orar.
All the world a world at clover I
Many a shadow dances thorn.
Filmy la lla balmy air
Many a fancy that wa know
And that never quite ram trua.
Wave a hand to aa la greeting
In thla land of lovely masting
With tha hopes tha Joy of man
Sweet with truat of child attain.
all thlnga happiest on earth
In thla happy land had birth.
Ah what splendid caatlaa roae
High la air; what magic (Iowa
or minnow light led on ta drags
Of noblest fanry with Ita gleesna.
And what harm'eee Joy to wend
Through tha land of Let's Pretend'
Often atlll I lore to g..
In (Re way we used to know I
Often atlU I feel tha spell
Of tha things we loved to tall
We would hare and do some day
Down that dear old aweetheart way
Where wa made believe that leva
Topped and towered all alaa above.
The Bentatown Bard In tha Baltimore
Saturday Dame at Cewalry I l.b.
Owing to tha fact that many of tha
i members of the Country club want out
of the city for tha weak-end tha at-
tendance at tha Saturday night danoa
was small but among thoaa praaant
were: Mr and Mrs Watara Darla Mr.
and Mrs. J. H hla km Tl osNN..DIw
Mr and Mra. H. 8. Pottar. Mr. and Mrs.
Vlrtor E Haggle Mr. and Mra. W. Teol-
ey Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. Nations. Mr. and
Mrs IT 8. Stewart Mr. and Mra J. F
Williams. Major and Mra. Charlaa N.
Barney. Captain and Mra. Charlea Q.
Harvey. Captain and Mra. Thomaa Cor-
ooran Oenaral Hugh I. Sawtt. tha
Ml--. Walker McClellen Alice Boyla
Marlon Voung Olive Davie Henrietta
Buckler. Virginia Stewart. Olen Adama.
Haiel Davla. Alice King. Wreckee:
Meeara Page Kemp. Brltton Davla Tad
Davis Talbot Hill. Hloka Toolay H.
Leeley Jonea J. McKnlght Alvaa Dixon
Captain Aubrey Upplnoott Captain
Ha nea. Lieutenant W. D. Scott Lieu-
tenant Q. N. Finch Ueutenaat Walter
Neill Lieutenant Carl Deakln.
la Mono of Mra. at at. RatsaacT.
Meadamaa J M. Lewis and T. M. Wal-
ler will entertain on Tueaday at tha
home of the latter on Arlaona atraet
with a "bunco" party complimentary
to Mrs. E. M. Rumaey of Oklahoma
Complimentary to Mis Buenos.
Miss Mary HIU entertained on Bat-
or. my afternoon with a miscellaneous
slinwer complimentary to Mlaa Lollle
Huuhoi who la aoon ta be married. At
the conclusion of the afternoon refresh-
ient ware served.
tl an I formal Dinner.
Lieutenant and Mra. William Hena-
ley entertained with an Informal din-
ner at the ITounlrv .IH bturil
Ing. their guests being Captain Aubrey
Lipplncott. Captain W. Barnes and
I'liunt Walter Nelll
a I Party at Mrs. Cawraa'a.
few friends of Mra. p. H.
gathered at her apartments on Satur-
day afternoon and enjoyed a aoclal
'hat. after which tha hostess served
take and grape Juice.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Mr and Mra. Robert McAfee are re
reiving the congratulattona of their
ft lends on the birth of a little son on
Mis Mary HIU was a visiter to
t'lnudcroft for the week-end.
Angler Foster left last week lor
I rki ley Cel.. to resume his studies st
Charles Kllhurn writes home enthus-
iastically of his flrat week'a dutlea at
West Point. The young man la made
of those qualities which lead to suc-
cess. Miss Mary Hard If and her mother.
Mrs. Margaret Hardle returned today
. from Cloudcroft. where they have been
enjoying a vlalt.
Major and Mrs. William R. Eastman
of the medical corps from Fort Riley
Kan. are apendlng a few days at the
Lieutenant aad Mrs. William N. Hens-
ley from Ban Antonio are guests at
the Couatry dub for a abort time.
The Mlaaea Frances Mayfleld and Lu-
etic Daniel went up to Alamogordo.
N. M to vlalt Mlaa Iraae Bclplo.
Alvaa Dixon haa returned from Cali-
fornia where ha apent a couple of
weeka with his family. They return
be last wf thla month.
Mlaa Ethel Brown will return Tues-
day from Cloudcroft where aha haa
Ever Ready" Dust-
less Clothes Line Coupon
Presented by The
MX COl'FOXa ttlMPIJKTK A sn
Six of Mm above Cnapnsss of nsMissjstn dalaa wtO be good until
further advlssd AS yon have u do la gea sU of Uvesa and bring tnesn
to inn 1 loses Circulation iMpnrtanrssI with SB taenia and you vrtll be
prrwmieaas art til a c a ejsMssx. Banders Mvusg out of U Pnao add
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MTAKT HAVING tXMTPONH NOW.
Times Circulation Department
DAILY FANHION HIXT.
Oi l Blue and Ilia l
Tha young girl's ohotm.bg Irocl
which la Illustrated above la an ex
callent model for thla season of th
year looking equally well whan mad
of cotton or light weight woolen ma
terlal. Being conservative In design
It may be safely followed for Fall
wardrobes without fear of being "Out
of date." Developed In old blue cash
mere the facing about the neck would
ba of black satin with fine pleating
of silk In tha color of the gown. The
girdle and sleeve bands are also of
the satin. The skirt la sllghUv ehir-
red about the waist and again at the
bottom on the aide.
been the guest of Mlas Elsie Kohl
nerg tor the past three weeks. Mlsa
Brown will leave tha middle of tha
waea for Chicago. Boaton. New York
ana Havana in New York Mlaa Rm
will visit the wife alater and brother
or tna late president Francisco I. Ma-
aero or Mexico.
Mrs. Llnnlc Wolcott and the Misses
irginia sample and Nannie Lackland
were members of a nartv whinK - .
Cloudoroft Saturday to spend a few
EL PASOANS IT CLOUDCROFT
Branch Store of Myers Company Ba.
tabilatirxl With Charles Bonnell
Manager Personal Mention.
By Timt Special focroposifrat
Cloudcroft. N. M . Aug. 17. C. A.
Beers. K. Taylor and W M. Wilson
registered at the Lodge from El
Paso. O. O. Sommervllle is regis-
tered from Mountain Park. N. M.
W. O. Roe president of the Myers
c ompany or Kl Paao arrived in Cloud-
croft Friday to assist his Cloudcroft
manager Charles Bonnell In getting
a branch house started here. Prao-
tlcally everything that the EI Pun
"house handles In the way of wagons
farm machinery raddles and harness
will be carried In stock at Cloudcroft.
It Is a business that Cloudoroft has
needed for a long time.
O. O Sommervllle of Mountain
Park. M. M. Is visiting In Cloudcroft.
Mr. Molish a postal employe of Kl
Paso la apendlng his vacation in
Ben Levy of El Paso Is apendlng a
Mrs. Phlllls Alderson haa gone to
Mr. and Mra. R. A- Henaon and son
Carl have returned from California
whose they spent several months.
Mr. and Hrs. J. J. Tyndall of Kl
Paso arrived In Cloudcroft Friday and
will he the guests of Mrs. J. C. Wil-
cox several days.
The weather la very cool on account
of the rains
The dance at the pavilion Friday
night was well attended.
Frank's yard egge 41 cents the dosen
si Nations W C. White A Co.. Wyom-
ing atreet grocery
Pee Del nerte Hetel Baala
is gnu st nan . iu i.i : v av-
Phnne 177 for a Taxlcab.
X PASO MORNING TIMES MONDAY AUGUST 18 1118.
BY He.NHtKTTA 1 fsRAl KT
n TUB AtntuT nanors.
Angasl sad earlt pVieenbev la the as
favorable Hate fat starting flowers for fa-
Ssbt grewth sad fee whiter blooming
Alaanet aaytantg will teke rest eaaUy st
thla masse aad grew without mnrk pet-
flag et ceasing.
When hipping plant make the est
tlaga where the a tens are woedy. for If
toe greea nr fall ef eap they will wither
i'fore lag roeta have time ta sproat.
I III a shall has With clean sand water
H freely and in
sen tbe ratings
to the depth of sn
lech aad a hall.
Frees the asad
dewa firmly aad
protect tha baa
from the direct
raya of the saa.
Water freely fee
the first week
after this tpsr-
If the lea tea
drop off the allpa
So set be die-
growth wtll anon atari. After slips are
well started transplant them to rroebsst
boiee that they are to rentals In through
tbe winter ; as ssy good garttea anil
but remember that If tbe loam la too rich
J There Peace
Hare you ever happened to notice
how In some houses there Is an al-
most palpable Atmosphere nf peace
and harmony while In other homea
and dlacord are Just as ob-
lotialy In the air.
A friend of
gave up a room In
a lovely house for
a muoh leas at.
I knew there was
no financial rea-
son for the change
and rather won
derad at It until
"Tea. my dear
tha house Itself
and the furniture
and my room waa
thoroughly comfortable. I couldn't
aak anything better In a material way
but I wasn't happy there and now
I've come away I'll tell you why. I
didn't like the atmoaphere. The peo-
ple in that house didn't love each
other; there waa always discord be-
tween them. Of course they were too
well bred to actually quarrel before
me. and they were always kind and
obliging as far aa I was concerned
hut I couldn't help feeling the lack
of peace and harmony In the atmos-
phere and It troubled me. Where I
am now an atmosphere of peace Is
Just as evident. The people speak to
each other In pleaaant voices they re-
member the little courtesies and are
always i"ir little thoughtfuly things
By KATHKIUNE OARLAND.
A sure way of catching hundreds of
flies that gather on Ihe kitchen porch
la to fill a glass three-fourths full of
soapy water spread molasses on a
slice of bread make a small hole In
the center und place the bread mo-
lasses side down on the glass. The
flies will crawl Into the hole to get
the molasses. The soap suds makes
them dlssy and they fall Into the
To keep files from roosting on the
screen door ready to come In when
it Is opened take a place of an old
window shade or else a folded piece
nf mnnllla paper
as long as the
lejMHKgfA I cloor ih
laasfllmt. i about a
1 wide and cu
IHII within two Inches
I At SfI of tha
v9H I lack across ih.
I top nf the door
1aM"A I The gentlest Lrrexc.
"rasTsaaastl "r '"' movement
MSmwaOBBBBTm! of the door whan
opened Will keep
the flies u way.
fly. paper mix
equal parte of re
am and castor oil with a usan or
augar. Spread on heavy paper and
leave a margin for handling. About
IB drops of curbolic acid evsporated
from a hot shovel will drive all flies
frdm a room.
Covers for pitchers of various I
shspea and sizes may be crocheted of ;
white co ton the slxe ana snape or me i
special pitcher each is to cover and
about an inch udded all around. ;
When completed these covers are
starched and stretched over the
pitchers while wet. Put In a sunny
place to dry they become perfectly
stiff snd may be lifted off and on a
pitcher without difficulty and he I
same cover with ordinary care will j
last for several seasons These covers i
admit the air and exclude the fllea.
Moeoutto ne- with a crocheted bor- ;
der could be used for the same pur- J
If you are troubled by ants rues
and other insects getting Into your
food which you keep In the pantry.
have a box made of wire netting with
lege to It. eu h of which ahould set I
la a saucer of water. This will keep
the ants away while (he netting will
keep out the fllea. The top uf this
box Is of wire net. or course aad
works on hinge and the bottom Is
of boards This handy box Is so
Hgh. that in can easily he nwved to
any place drslr.d If you keep It In
your pantry window bread cake and
left-over food will keep sweet.
Need Glass s" Ask Resell II Meaa
New Rich Delli-tuu
15c Per Lb.
IV. I II tl .1
Elite Confectioierj Co.
yea will have nor relies than hlea-
oms Thm applies eaperlallr to gersa-
tasre. Verbenas. beNotropee heeoalsa
ana r.is hiss may ell be sliPasd now. aa
well aa reees. sad ail' mas your living
moms bright sad cheery when the enow
file jVee tag sees mar gsrdea.
1 sal Irate alkie shealri bar s sheet of
slass placed ever the reetlag bet snttl
(ay sre well Marted and ae ebewM aeed-
Hnga planted thla month I thlak S bet-
'r rsy te see re erardy hoaaa plaala
thaa to grew them from eeeds la te take
up tknae I bit bar started a best tbe
of the gsrdea plant. Tha that
sermlaate directly from the parent flower.
In the open sail are atreager aad aland
"Planting better Ikas bsftd-ralaed
f yoa Ilk trailing vtr-e In tbe dining
and lUlag room or la the library yea
caa get flnalv atarted ones by what la
railed "aiirkerlag Ckwaee a atreng
breach nf Ike via g roaring near lbs
grotiad. aad peg It down with a forked
tl-k- a clothea pta win do. Cover tbe
pegged pert with several lurk r sail
keep moist aad In a few weeks yoa ca
rut the layered part from the pareat stalk
and you will flad It baa airoag reota
tnrted. Reess are grewa aucreaafslly
too by this method The paeslon plant.
Madeira viae and all the Ivies reeaoDd
wsiy to mis "ancserlns
in Your Home?
for each other And they all eeem so
happy. I can't tell yrfu how much
happier I've been myself since I've
My friend's face and manner bore
out her words. She seemed happier
than I had ever seen her. And yet
she had given up several material
comforts ta make the change
An atmosphere la an Intangible
thing but It Is aa vital and powerful
a force for or against happiness aa
many thlnga which we can touch and
When I sse children being brought
op In a house where there Is an at-
mosphere of discord and unrest I om
aorry for them no matter how many
luxuries they may have.
I read the other day of r middle
aged man and woman who have Just
hesn divorced. They had a grown
son snd the wife told the court that
although she and her husband de-
cided when that son wss a baby that
they were Incompatible they had
made up their minds to bury their
dissensions and live together In har-
mony until he was grown for his sake.
And they hnd done this so success-
fully that neither he nor nny of their
friends had the least Idea that thore
was any lack of hnrmony.
Wasn't that a tremendous and beau-
tiful thing to do for a child?
An atmosphere of perfect peace Is a
wonderful and beautiful thing. The
child who Is brought up In a home
where peace abides will have a bleared
childhood even If he lacks many luxu-
ries. Is there pyuce In your home?
from Movnre train
Twenty Three Horace r scope In Abi-
lene but Are Rounded Up.
Abilene Texaa AUg. 17. Traveling
with a car load of horses twenty-
ihree in number from El Paso to
Fort Worth. Cliff Johnson lost the
entire bunch In Abilene last ntghL
Just as the freight train was enter-
ing the city limps from the west ths
side door to the box car fell off and
the horses Jumped out of the car like
so many rabbits not one falling to
accept the opportunity of freedom.
This morning Mr. Johnson hired
several men :o help him round them
up and at thla time he hah succeed
ed in getting every one of them lltto
the stockyard pens. While riding on
hnrsebstk near the Federsl building
the horse on which Mr. Johnson waa
"""'a "PI"i uown inrowing air.
Johnson .igulnet the paving resul Inx
In breaking hla arm.
Mr. Johnson started with the horses
from Arlaona At El I'aso he lost
eight; last night he thought he had
lost the entire bunch gnd thla morn-
ing he broke hla arm. evidently the
trip has not proven very profitable
anil could have been much more
Horse Sense in Man
KELSON with a plesaed look on bis faos. waa listening to tha gay
chatter of Hebe.
From a distance Joan of Arc walehod them gravely.
"Men are strmngo combination aren't they?" she said at last
to Quw-n Elizabeth who Was struggling with Esparanta
"Tag. But they are Interesting." returnad tha famous bachelor maid.
"Man think woman ar a strange compound and not easily understood;
but I have) found man quite as Interesting g study because their motives
and actions are so obvloua when all tha time the man think they are
being so subtle and profound "
"Yea." agreed Joss. "Men go around spouting about their horse
sense as if it ware a rare and valuable commodity; when everybody
knows g horse) ran be driven ground by some dimpled girl whose bleeps
wouldn't frighten a mouse That's tha sense a horse has and that's
about the brand some man have).'' Her glance rested upon Nfilaon.
"That's true' agreed Elisabeth bar eyes following Joan's glance and
resting upon England's famous admiral "I wonder why It is."
"I bars boon told." said Joan though I do not know If It Is true
for I have never studied natural history that a horse's eye) ma unifies
things and so a human being seems a giant "
"Well a man ta vary gpt to magnify a girl until be tblnks bar a god-
dess." reflected Elisabeth "Perhaps that's the explanation Fur the
way some men 1st girl land them around shows thsrs must be some-
thing wrong with their vision or their brain. It's a pity."
"It's tbe greater pity that a woman Isn't what a man believes bar to
be. Jost think wbat a power she'd be. If she didn't fall down!"
"Bat It's hardly fair." objected Elisabeth thinking of her temper
"for a man to put a woman on a pedestal and expect of her nil the vir-
tuosi be Imagines) she haa."
"If I elevating." responded Joan holding to her point. "It abe d live
op to tbe Ida people have made of bor. think of her influence! If 1 bad
proven false to the truat reposed In me. bow many would bave had their
"Tag. But tbe opposition made It warm for you." objected Elisabeth
"I'd rather ba os s pedajetal after I'm dead than while I'm living. It's
easier and yon have more fan" wlU a glance at Hebe. And she re-
lumed to bar Espsranla. for ska waa anxious for a universal language
la order that aba might goaslp with the oewoomers from all parts of the
world aad hear Use very Islsst doing.
l. PAao nn
a T.ov . i
(Edited by Mra
I tot itrrv.
(Rat a Charity hat
an Inter' hang of
Kindly llreetlage. and
the Paaalng S of
alratloaa abesld be
Department. Kl I'aen
THF. si NstllM si Mil III li.in
Tske a million light -reflectors.
Mirrors each to do its part;
Each a fare of stesdv brightness
Of the only Maker s art;
Focus all nf them together.
Ere a single task you start:
Aad you have a Runahinr Searchlight
That will reach the darkest heart.
There are self-respecting targets
of the hitler shafts of Fate;
Hiding misery like martyrs
Charity they execrate;
They are attrely worth the aavlng
Though themsrlvr they Immolate;
You must use Ihe Bunshlne Searchlight
If their gloom you would abe.tr.
There ta VtfjJ force of heeling
In the warm actinic ray;
You can touch Ihe blacken! corners
Where the worst of spectres etsy;
'TIs the million-mirror marvel
That will gild the dullest clay
Wondroualy the Sunshine Searchlight
Drives despondency swny!
Weekly Nursery Rport.
In the Sunshine Day Nursery at tot
South Campbell street I3 little ones
under seven years of age were cared
fnr during Ihe paat week; . were liny
bottle bahlea it runabouts and tl
IIIivomm of Matron.
Mra. MeOInn I quite III with an at-
tack of appendicitis and was taken to
the hospital Tuesday. Mra. Mortson
b former matron who has been In
charge of the be by room for the past
several weeks Immediately assumed
the duties of matron and Mrs. J. R.
Hill who held the baby room position
for several months a year ago re-
sumed her fntrmrr dutlea so the rou-
tine nf the Institution l waa unbroken
and all la running smoothly and har
Outing for Ihe Children.
The Building Trades Council has de-
cided to give the money which they
generslly use for their laibor Day pa-
rade to charity and they have select-
ed the Sunshine Day nursery and the
rescue work of the Salvation army as
the beneficl ilea. They have arranged
to give the larger children a very
happy time on Lnhnr lay by taking
them to Washington psrk nr Tslsta.
This la going to bo a wonderful treat
for these little ones some of whom
hsve probably never been outside the
city nnd the board of managers
I deeply grateful to these good friends
for their kind and sympathetic
Aa yet we do not know the outcome
ot the Times Bales Slip contest. Our
friends have been faithful snd loyal
snd have put forth every effort. It
would be a pleasure to mention each
one by name and extend our thanks
as thla Is Impossible we tske this
method st this time nf thanking every
one who helped us. Our finances are
so Inw that this money would bring
very welcome relief.
During the past week there waa an
average attepdance nf sixteen bottle
babies every day. These Utile ones
are given very careful attention by the
nurse and the visiting physician Dr.
Thomaa and not one case of Illness
among tho babies haa developed In the
nursery this summer. This Is an ex-
ceedingly good record considering tho
ills all hablia are subject to In hot
It Is encouraging to note that forty
vtsltnrs called during the week. An
nversge of eight per day.
Positions were obtslned for four-
Below Is a Hat of thlnga which ar
very badly needed. Pleaae look this
over then look about your homes and
aer If (here Isn't something; you could
send to the nursery to assist the work
there: flnmpers. or material for
aame muet be procured Immediately;
romper buttons drinking glasses
knives and fnrks. and small plates for
LITTLE BEAUTY CHATS
y RLAR ITR sUoAOO
TV) He.l. l II..
Srrawnlnee la neer attractive. Hot
only la It undesirable from an artartta
I ilnt of view but It also arpejls:
(tea era I laaaltwd.
And a dosen or sn kindred Ilia
CM course if you are srrawnr
through the bust ihe first thing to do
l to see your phveVian snd discover
whether or nol there Is something
wrong with your system. If not lsk
yourself in hand.
Aad right here I want lo sound a
note of warning. Do not be bulldnsed
Into tsklng any nf those so-called "fat-
tening medicine." Th.v t.rell.l.
things to tske In tha aval m sw toi
ler what anybody may say to the
contrary if your physician recom-
mends something that Is a different
But to revert In mv nrlrln.l mah.
Ject of how to develop the bust.
I ana a snsaat hiivr in .--
and deep breathing. Yon have been
told often h t .
deeply so I will not repeat the direc
tion nere. i ou may obtain them by
writing me. The cxerelae alan have
been printed a great many times.
However In a nnlhar a m 1. I .. I ..III
give von a new nsrrla. I an -
gating and that promlaee to be splen-
A anfe external reineilv la the
butter one Mima th ! with
a gentle circular motion with warm
the mstron's table; some cooking
utensils. If some one will send dnwn
some cotton flannel of a medium
grade thread needles and thimbles
the mothers will hem baby napkins
when they meet next Thursday night.
Some Things You Ought to Know About &
This store with Its great stock of fresh table speclsltlea la
something you ought to know about and the following
Our Delicatessen Department
We can furnish you the beat home looked meata nnd home
made aalads In the city.
Home Boiled Ham
SEND US YOUR
MAKE THE EL
COUPONS WORK FOR YOU
START CLIPPING TODAY You can get one of
these dainty cooking utensils by bringing or sending
to the TIMES Circulation Department or to Times
Branch No. 1 located in lobby of McCoy Hotel seven
of the coupons printed below of consecutive dates
and 40 cents or 14 coupons and 75 cents for two.
Juat the daintiest handiest most convenient cooking utensil you have
ever seen. It holds Just two portlona The dial) Is uf the vary bast
crockery In a rich dark glased brown The aland ta enlld copper in a
beautiful pattern heavily nickeled. One la larg enough fur twu peo-
ple; i w o are enough for a family.
One of these Casseroles 7 coupons and 4i) cents; two
14 coupons and 75 cent. Forwarded to out of town
readers on receipt of remittance; transportation
Presented by the
MORNING TIMES AUGUST 18 1913
Seven coupons of consecutive date complete a set.
START SAVING THEM TODAY.
Fond stuffs nf all kinds are needed
and wtll hn thankfully received.
Besides the regular contributors
Mra. Phillips sent a bundle of baby
clothing and Mr llnlllng a sack of
flur. Thank you to all.
Right Goods at Right Prices'
DUNN'S MUSIC STO?E
404 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Smoked Beef Tongue
Fresh Potato Salad
Crab Meat Salad
Salmon Salad etc. etc.
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