El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1912 Page: 9 of 16
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Frank Rives and Edwin Foster enter-
tained Informally at a little dinner Tues-
day evening at tbs home at Mr. and Mrs.
Frink I. Williams, complimentary to Miss
May belle Bryaa. wbo left yesterday for
Near Fork. Those present were: Misses
May belle Bryan, Pauline Bryan, Madeline
Satford, Sophie Williams; lose Anderson,
Paul Anderson, Frank Beade, Edwin Fos-
ter, Frank Rives. -
Miss Idnma Hughes will entertain at
bridge oo Saturday afternoon at the hems
of Mrs. E. u. Adatns, 1512 Boulevard, com-
plimentary to Mrs. li. E. Knnkle. who will
arrive today from California to be her
A very pleasant social occasion was
given on Tuesday afternoon when Mrs.
Robert Lander aud Mrs. Thompson Wheat
entertained the women of Trinity chnreb
at the beautiful borne of Mr. aud Mrs.
Robert Lander down the valley.
Automobiles, carriages and two wagon-
ettes carried tbe ladies on this delight-
The Lander borne was decorated with
many bowls of American Beauty roeis, and
in tbe dining room and every available
nook sunflowers were used in profusion.
Tbe hostesses were assisted in receiving
by Mesdames C. W. Webdell, I. J. Ayers
and C. B. Patterson.
Mrs George B. Oliver and Mrs. Thomp-
son Wheat played a pl«no duet, and Mrs.
W, T. Owen and Luclle Daniel sang very
sweetly, accompanied by Mrs. AdtneOwen
and Mrs. Robin Gould.
An mousing guessing contest, a love
story, the missing words being names of
Trinity members, prepared by Mr. Lan-
der, was very much enjoyed, Mrs. Adlne
Owen receiving the honors.
Punch was served during tbe afternoon
by Mrs. George Brady, Robin GOuld and
Miss Luclle Daniel. Delicious brick ice
cream and cake wue served to the follow-
ing: Mesdames C. W. Webdell. D. W.
Hnjlth, C. E. Sawyer, D. R. 'Wilkes, George
It.'Oliver, C. B, Patterson, Shirley, George
McCormick. H. D. Hullnm, Robin Gould,
Fred Bauer, W. T. Owen, Adlne Owen,
C. T. Race, P. A. Peak, Jesse Payne, G.'
T. Lemen, William Sachs, T. R. Francis,
W. E. Lambeth, Ross Bryan, H. L. Blum,
C. A. Hooper, W. E. Wilson, D. L. Dan-
iel. Fred Wright, Hugh Henry, II. Mil-
ler, W. E. Anderson. S. S. Btrcbfleld, Wil-
liam Hogartb, L. Trottl, J. C. Schuller. T.
JI. Binkley, H. A. Lay, I. J. Ayers. D.
Hurley, J. P. Robertson, O. A. Danielson,
L. M. McCrummen. H. J. Darwood, M. F.
t’olUgr, E. T. Williams, R. F. Campbell, I.
A. Shedd. George Braily, J. B. Brady,
Kumsey, Lamsden, Cadwalader, Dorbandt,
Griffin, Danderwerf, Wheat aud Lauder;
Miss Alice Carre, Marguerite Piercey,
Catherine Peak, Addle Clawson and Luclle
church parlors. The parlors were deco-
rated with palms, and red and yellow
asters. Two hundred guests who called
daring tbs afternoon were cordially wel-
comed by a reception committee composed
of Mesdames T. J. Jones as chairman, as-
sisted by II. 8. Potter, Charles L. Over-
street, Hell Hale, C. L. Worden, John
L. Dyer, Miss Kate Fink, Mesdames J. A.
Dick and G. M. Crumble presided at the
punch bowl and served trait punch and
Wafers. During the afternoon a delightful
musical program was given, those assisting
being Mesdames Leila Moore, A. H. Gold-
stein, Walter Scott and Walter D. Howe
rendering solos; Miss Theo Patterson an
instrumental solo and Miss Virginia Beau
\a violin solo. Mrs. V. L. Bean, Mrs.
‘ Francis Moore and Miss Tbeo Patterson
were tbe accompauista of tbe day.
The Pbliatbea class of the First Baptist
chnreb made elaborate arrangements for
an entertainment to be given Friday even-
ing at tbe borne of Mias Francis Mayfield
In conectlon with tbe regular semi-
CLUBDOM AND SOCIETIES.
A very enjoyable affair was the social
given Tuesday afternoon by the members
of the Aid and Missionary societies of
tbe First Presbyterian churcb In the
Mrs. J. J. Murphy will entertain the
Fortnightly club this afternoon.
At the meeting of the directors of
the Woman’s club on Tuesday, among
other matters of Importance, the se-
curing of new club rooms for the
winter was taken under considera-
tion and the rooms will soon be de-
cided upon. It was also thought
best not to take up any out-of-town
talent in the matter of entertainment
this year but to devote the time tc
presenting home talent In the shapu
of an opera some time In the early
winter- The regular meeting of the
directors of. the club will be held
next Wednesday morning.
On account of the absence of the
president. Mrs. A. P. Averin the regu-
lar club opening day has been post-
poned from Oct. 2 to Oct. 6. Mrs.
Hell Hale has Veen elected to fill the
vacancy In the board* of directors
made by the departure from the city
of Mrs. I. C. Dempsey who has gone
to La Jolla. Cal., to make her home,
and Mrs. W. S. Valentine was elected
to fill the post of recording secretary
made vacant by the resignation of
Miss Marlon Campbell who is soon to
TO-DAY'S FASHION HINT
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IF THL'i IS YOUR BIRTHDAY.
Be especially considerate of those above
you In position, giving them no excuse
for_u«lng their power agsiust you. You
will make a Journey or make some change
wblcb will benefit you.
Those born today will be quick and
alert and will start out In life with bright
prospects. Too great a scattering of forces
will sometimes cause their failure.
This Is Important.
White’s Guaranteed Corn Cura will
remove any corn. This Is our own
corn cure, made by us, guaranteed by
JSS.ua. We have tried It ourselves and
la know, from personal experience, that
(■BE;It will remove any corn. The price Is
g-tmly 15c a bottle. Get a bottle, follow
1 directions and get rid of your corns.
*|You can get White’s Guaranteed Corn
'Cure at any of the three stores.
Scott White & Co., Mills Bldg,
geott White & Co., 204 Mills SL
Depot Pharmacy, near Union Depot
Harmony chapter of the Eastern
Stary held its regular monthly social
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. S. T. .Crosse, 1519 Wyoming
street. A number of different card
games, and recitations bv Mrs. Cul-
lum were pleasant features of the
evening's entertainment A three-
piece orchestra also added to the en-
joyment of the guests. After the
games, refreshments of a salad course
and cake and tee cream were served
Invocation, by Chaplain, Mrs. Helen
by the social committee wljich con-
sisted of Mesdames Helen “Dennis,
Bertha Branch, T. A- Thurston;
Misses Florence Klein and Mary
E. O’Conner- Quite a large number
of members and friends were present.
Harmony chapter O. E. S. will hold
, Its annual Lodge of Sorrow tonight
-at the Usual place of pieetlng when
the- following program will be given:
Opening of Chapter of Sorrow, by
the worthy matron, Mrs. Annie
Hymn—by the chapter.
Draping of altar by conductress
and associate conductress, Misses
Gladys Ryan and Margaret Murray.
In memoriam of Rob Morris, pa-
triot of Order of the Eastern Star,
Mrs. Ella Pickering.
. Organ recital—‘‘Dead March In
Saul;” William R. Taylor.
Memorial address In commeration
of those of our members who have
passed to that ‘‘bourne from which
no traveler returns,” Mrs. Exle Za-
, Closing memorial exercises by of-
ficers of the chapter.
Prayer*' by worthy patron, John
The regular Wednesday morning
meeting of the Art department of the
Woman’s club* was postponed until
next week on account of the absence
from the city of Mrs. Alice P. Thomp-
son, the chairman.
BRONZE FEAU DE CVONE.
For tbe bronae peau de eygne gown ap
pearing above, self-trlmmlng has been
utilised exclusively. The plain peasant
blouse closes directly down the front be-
neath a box pleat of the material which
Is finished on either edge with a nar-
row flat pleating of tho same. The turn
back cuffs are finished with this pleat-
ing also and arouud the neck is worn a
turn down collar of white mousseline
also pleated and edged with lace. Even In
tbe case of the girdle dress material has
been utilised and- formed into s smart
bow at the left with fringed ends. The
skirt tunic also closes beneath a pleat
similar to that on the bodice and Is finish-
ed on the bottom with a broad bias band
of the same. A row of buttons trims tho
and groom, accompanied them. The
groom came recently from Memphis,
Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Place will make
their home at 709 Octavla street.
Y, W. C- A. NOTES.
The ’’dumbbell’’ and “Indian club"
teams of the gymnasium entertained
Tuesday evening with a picnic party
on the roof of the boarding home.
Reports of the contest for new mem-
bers were given and It was found
th^t the ’’dumbbell” team, which
was behind U%it week, had not only’
caught up but had gone ahead ten
members. Games were played In the
moonlight after which a picnic sup-
per was enjoyed- After tho supper
the members went downstairs for a
short business session.
Tuesday evening a gymnasium
program will be given at the central
rooms for which arrangements will
be perfected on Monday evening.
WEDDED AND TO WED.
Tuesday night A. B. Place' and Miss
Helen M. Miller were married at the
home of the pastor of the First Bap-
tist church by Rev- J. F. Williams.
G. G. Glhson, a friend of the brlUe
A Most Exclusive
SpjnffE advertisement read, "An exclusive exhibition of the very latest
I III foreign fashions In hats, costume*, neckwear, and other article* of
| I | apparel. Admission by card only. Cards can be secured at the
When the women of the town read that, they sat up a bit stralghter
and aald, "M-m-m, that sounds pood. I think I’ll go.”
So straightway they took sufficient oarfare from the week’! household
allowance, and a little more In ease any bargains were strayed upon, and
set out In haste, fearful that many other women would be there before
them, and they would not hi aht* to ess anything.
Whan th* man at tbs Main Desk handed them the large. Impressive-
looking engraved cards of admission, tbs woman felt very exclusive and
smart and quite as U they wese going to some very select function. They
gave up these cards of admission at tbs door, and tatted In subdued whis-
pers. and looked at th* dresses and bandied the neckwear In a sort of
superior. Indifferent may, as If French dresses at two hundred dollars and
band-embroidered collars at ten dollars were everyday matters with them.
Then they went home and told their neighbora of the exquisite things
they had seen, and implied there was no telling how many they had bought
And for several days they fait quits superior and far removed from tbe
question of stew for dinner and getting Margaret a dress for a dollar.
Bat In tbs crowd was on* woman of an Inquiring mind.
"Since the cards of admission are given to anybody who for
them,” quoth she to herself, "why all this pother about the exhibition's
being so enolastve, and all this line, roped-off air to It? “rthlnk* I will
watch operations a hit.”
And so eh* stood by. And she saw that when tbe man at the door
had collected qaite a peek of admission cards, be took them to the man at
the Mats Desk, and with a wink handed them back to him. And the man
at the desk, with solemn face, began distributing them over once more to
the woman who appMed.
And this woman want sway and marvelled that her sisters could be
so childishly pleased with so eh a mere pretense, and"liiat becausesueHT
fuss woe mode about these things, their value In the eyes of many was
enhanced. And furthermore, she marvelled that the people were willing
to pay tbe price for all this humbug. For In the end the people pay.
The ’’Gimlets," a recently organised
dancing club, will give Its first dance
on Friday evening at the Knights of
The Terpstchorean club gave—Ttr
first dance of the season Tuesday
evening at the Toffee dub- After the
summer vacation the gathering was
an unusually enjoyable one. Punch
was served between the dances. A
large number of members and
friends were present.
The first regular bi-monthly dance
a tthe Military institute was given
Saturday night. The spacious gym-
nasium was decorated with hundreds
or school pennants, crossed sabers
and rifles. The gymnasium presented
the appearance of an armory decor-
ated with flags. The Twenty-second
Infantry orchestra furnished music
for the occasion. Punch was served
throughout the evening. The invited
guests were: Misses Rena Carr. Nor-
ma Van Surdam, Estelle Campbell,
Hell, Grate Wlngo, Karma Deane,
Helen Stratton. Stevens. Martin. War-
ren. Fink. Hall, Blanche Davis, White,
Cobb, McCleary, Wickenhelser, Hood.
Mesdames Porter. Cheney, A. Bliss
El Paso “Girls' school were
Invited guests. Major H. B. ^
Surdam, Captain Albro. Captain Besot.
Caphrin Cleveland, Captain Curd.
First Lieutenant W. C. Elliott, Second
SEPTEMBER 26, 1912.
Lieutenant W. ». Jenkins. Floyd
Bates, Dan Carr, W. Bateman, Bart
Hllburn. Willard White. John Soren-
son, David Crockett, and the entire
cadet corps. Them dances are to be
given by the cadets the first and third
Friday of each month.
The fourth quarterly conference of
Trinity Methodist church was held
Tuesday night, Rsv. J. Allen Ray, the
district presiding elder, presided. It
was the largest attended quarterly
conference ever held in Trinity.
The following were electedgtewards
for the ensuing year, ending Septem-
ber 30, 191*: J. CV Ballard. J. H.
Harper, I. J. Ayen. Frank Powers.
George B. Oliver, G. T. Lemen. Ross
E. Bryan. J. A. Morris, Dr. T- W.
Crowder, Fred Wright, W. B. Gilles-
pie, E. G- Perry, John N. Hughee. R-
L. Daniel, H. A. Lay. D. S. Mewborn,
W. V. Carre, C- C. Ballard, A. H.
Key. Jno. M. Wyatt, M. D. Roberts,
C M Harvey, Dr. W. B. Urmston, A-
R. Grumbling, Robt- Lander, O. A.
Danielson and Hugh T. Henry. I. J.
Ayers was elected district steaward.
Following were elected trustees: Fred
Wright. I. J. Ayers, Frank Powers,
W. B. Gillespie, J. Cft Ballard. R. E.
Bryan, John Wyatt. J. N. Hughes and
J. H. Harper. The following were
confirmed as officers of the Epworth
League: Robin P. Gould, president;
Mabel Murry, first vice-president;
Mrs- Hugh T. Henry, second vice-
president; Anna B. Murry, third vice-
president; Mrs. R. P. Gould, fourth
vice-president; Miss Grace Kerr, sec-
retary; Miss Emma Hoffman, treas-
urer, and Miss Rena Shea. Epworth
Era agent. John H. Harper was
elected Sunday school superintendent,
G. B. Oliver and J. Harrv Henderson,
assistant superintendent. Reiports
showed all departments of the church
In a healthy condition. There were
•297 new members admitted during
the year. A meeting of the new of-
ficial board will be held next Monday
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Mr and Mrs- Jesse B. Payne leave
tomorrow for St Louis, Mo., to be
away three weeks.
Mrs. K. D. Franklin and Mra H.
E- Runkle will arrive today from Los
Angeles, Cal- Mrs. Runkle will be
the guest of Miss Iduma Hugos for
a short visit Mrs. Franklin Is re-
turning from spending the summer
In California. ^.<
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lorets moved
yesterday to <09 Rio Grande street-
Miss Ethel Howard Is but again af-
ter being confined to the house for
a week with an attack of bronchitis.
Miss Maybelle Bryan left yesterday
for New York City to spend the
W. G. Wall and daughters. Misses
Ethel and Eileen, who have spent the
summer in California at various
points, are expected to return the
last of the week.
R. Lehman has gone
east on a
Miss Hattie Mae Lorets is out again
after a week’s Illness.
Miss Gladys Strickland left Mon-
day for Austin. Tex., where she re-
cently won a scholarship at the uni-
Stewart Patterson, of Pittsburg,
Pa., will arrive this week and will
spend some time with his uncle and
aunt. Mr- and Mrs. H. M. Patterson.
Agency Racine Hose. Phone 3*71.
Miss Pearl Watson of Clovis, N.
M., has arrived In the city arid will
spend the winter with her cousin.
Miss Pansy Biggs.
Edgar Love arrived In the city yes-
terday from his home in Tucson.
Arli., and will spend some time visit-
ing his daughter and son-in-law*, Mr.
and Mra. Will I. Watson. Mr. Love
has Just returned from atteritflhg the
G- A R. encampment at Los Angeles
and also a short visit to San Fran-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Collins and son.
Francis, have left for St. Louis to
attend the funeral of Mr. Collins'
Mrs. Amos Pinchot
Is Actively Aiding
Social News of Neig
CLOUOCROFT, N. M.
May u)e suggest that you
will be benefited by our
skillful and artistic treat-
Scientific and Sanitary
We tal^e pride in out
stock °f Hair Goods,
creations that are correct,
fashionable and adapted
to your own individual
103 Mesa Ave.
Take Elevator to Base-
Special to The Timet.
Oloudcroft, N. M., Sept. 25.—G. A.
Breckhetmer went to El Paso Monday. He
was accompanied by his two nelces wbo
have been visiting him this summer from
Marshal, Tex. They will go from El
Paso to Marshal Tuesday.
J. A. Krakauer aud family left for
their home In El Paso Monday. They have
spent the entire summer season In Cloud-
J. W. Levy and wife returned to El
Paso on Monday's train. Mr. and Mrs.
Levy have occupied one of the Payne
cottages during tbe summer season.
Dr. L. M. Breck and family were pas-
sengers on tbe train Monday returning to
El Paso. They have closed their summer
Mrs. JJohn A. Rice and the rbtldren
returned to El Paso Monday. They have
been spending the summer In Clondcroft.
E- M. Bray, a member of the Cloudcrpft
Directory and well known business man of
El Paso, was one of those returning to
El Paso Monday. Mrs. E. M. Bray and
Mr. Bray's mother, Mrs. Emma Bray, and
Mr. William Leavitt, wbo has been vlsltlug
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Bray for several days,
will not retnrn to El Paso until next
(1. G, Wofford Is a Clou dor., ft visitor.
A. .1. Sewell was In the city today on
Mr. Colby and family have returned to
El Paso after having spent the summer
M. I,. Morgan, representing the James
A. Dick company of El Paso, who Is well
known In Oloudcroft, was a Monday visi-
Dr. T. A. Haxby left Monday for a bust-
ess trip to Alamogordo. He was ac-
companied by Mrs. Haxby.
Thomas F. Kelsb. formerly of the Oloud-
croft Amusement company, left for Alamo-
gordo Monday on business.
W. W. Hughes has moved his family to
Oloudcroft for the winter months. They
have the Covington cottage.
Thomas F. Kelsh and family will retnrn
to El Pnso the end of tbe Week.
On Monday last J. F. Caldwell gave up
th^ management of the Vorcnherg hotel.
Mr. Caldwell baa had charge of the hotel
since Its construction several years ugo.
Mr. Adolf Vorenherg. owner of the prop-
erty. Is now In charge. This Is one of the
very best, hotels lu tho state and has had
a good patronage.
Plans have beeu completed for the open-
ing In Tucumcarl of what will bn known
as a co-operative store. Already about. $10,-
000 In stock has been planed, nearly all of
It being taken by railroad men. The store
will at first handle only groceries, and If
ths enterprise proves a success, other Hues
of merchandise will be added and the
TEXAS VITAL STATISTICS
FOR MONTH OF AUGUST
Special to The Timet.
Austin, Tex., Sept. 25.—Vltnl statistics
records show 4S44 births In Texas during
August, while there were 2082 dcHths re-
ported. Births Increased 480 over July
and deaths decreased 011. Of tho deaths
412 were under one year of age. Tuber-
culosis was the principal cause of death,
claiming 184 lives. Snakes caused two
deaths. A child, three yeara of age, was
killed by a falling water cooler. Twelve
persons suicided; twelve died from Impure
Special to The Timet.
New York, Sept. 25.—Mrs. Amos
Pinchot la the acting chairman of a
finance committee raising fqnds for
the Progressive party campaign-
Headquarters have been established
In the Manhattan hotel. There will
he fifty women on the committee.
Mrs. Pinchot Is Identified with
families worth millions.
food; 28 claimed by firearms; eight
drowned anil three from homicide. One
while woman anil one negro female riled
at the age of 100 yeara and several were
In (he nineties, of the births there were
fifty-five sets of twins.
SEVENTY CHEMISTS WILL
REACH KL I-ANO OCT. 9
A party of seventy membera of the
American International Congress of Ap-
plied Chemistry, who have been attending
the annual meeting of the congress on the
coast, will arrive In El Paso on Oct. 0.
They will arrive over the Santa Fe tn
eight special cars and will be transferred
to the Texas & Pacific for points eaat.
It Is probable that the delegation will
spend at least one day In El Pnso,
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TOURING THE WEST
Amociateil 1‘rett Dispatch.
Salt Lake City, Sept. 25.—Before leaving
for Colorado this afternoon the foreign
scientists who arc touring the west as
guests of the American Geographical So-
defy, visited Great Salt Lake and the Uni-
versity of Utah. A number of Rtops will
be made In Colorado and the party then
will proceed to New York city.
rtculty Transfers Recorded.
Government Hill company to Con-
cha Lujan, lots 30 and 32, block 18.
Government Hill, *325.
W. Riggs and wife to C. W. Rush,
south 25 feet, of lot 1, block 88. Camp-
hell’s addition; $3,150.
J. O. lietsner to J. W. Hull and
George Rogers, lots 24 to 26, block
91, East El Paso; $950.
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MEMBERSHIP FEE .. $1.00
OPENS NEXT SUNDAY.
Take Boulevard C'nr to 1700 Block.
N. H. Corbin and wife to Jennie
Leainapter, lot 27, block 87, East SJl
E. N. Leamaster and wife to Eu-
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It would help some If the tired ones
would team that dragging their feet Isn’t
TUUUMCAKI, N. M.
Specuil to The Timet.
Tueumenrl.'N. if., Sept. 25.—The Septem-
ber term of the Circuit court of the Eighth
Judicial district met Mommy tn tilts city.
Judge Lell presiding. The officers of the
court are ns follows: Clerk, D. .1.1. Ftne-
gnn; attorney, George E. Itemley; sheriff,
J. F. Ward: court reporter, J. E. Rogers;
court. Interpreter. Kernfl Miern; bailiff. ,T.
W. Bulllngton: bailiff for grand Jury, G.
W. Jobe: grand Jury reporter, Belle Par-
ker. The docket Is a very large one, fifty
six criminal and one hundred and twenty-
one civil cases. and the grand Jury will
no doubt render several Indictments tbst
will he tried at thla term of the court.
The aeverill ehargea of embexslement
agalnat Cabel Chenault. former treasurer
of Quay county, hnve been continued until
tbe April term In 1913. Tbe following per-
sons compose the grand Jury: J. W. Man
aer. Will MeCadda, O. F. Edler, M. D.
Freeman, Ed Brice, W. A. Dodaon, H. M.
Porter, Jose Tafoya, Tomas Lopes, Tom
Cardin. Joe Gardner, Jack Ivey, Tom Law-
son, D. 8. Tnaley, J. A. ' Fnrree, H. P.
Whitesides. Lee Sherwood. A. B. Hlmp-
aon and W. H. Roberts. Among the visit-
ing attorneys are Judge W, R. McGill of
La Lande and Judge E. B. W’rlght of
Clinton Wharton, son of Postmaster ft.
M. Wharton, has returned to Roswell,
where he will attend the New Mexico
W. E. Buchanan, former president of the
International Bank of Commerce, la In tbe
city attending tbe session of the district
court. Tbe bank closed Its doors soon
after Buchanan sold out his Interest, and
there are several suits penning against
him. and are set for bearing at this term
Rev. J. I. Seder, superintendent of the
Antl-Sstoon League of New Mexico, Is lu
the city In tbe Interest of the league. He
baa visited several places In the county
and has been making addresses on tbe sub-
ject of local option. ,
Paul Jones, editor of tbe Kara Visa New
Mexican, Is to the city attending district
Hon. Paul Weigel, au attorney of Kara
Visa, is attending district court.
T. B. Johnson of Ptcano, returned from
Kansas a few days ago. where he met with
an accident In which be made a narrow
escape from death. He was riding In a
wagon with a companion who had a re-
volver In his cost pocket. His friend In
moving bis cost allowed the gun to drop
to tbe floor of tbe wagon, when It was
discharged, the hall ratting ■ had wound
In each of Johnson’s legs. He was taken
home and is reported as recovering.
To Our Autumn
TODAY and FRIDAY
through our present opening we are demonstrat-
ing most forcibly the desirability of our present
Fall Stock■ In both TKCillinery and T^eady-to-
Wear you will find everything that tbe Fall Sea-
son has brought out.
Come today---then come again tomorrow---the
closing day of our opening.
Music from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m.
'HOME OF LOW PRICES—
s T O l A B O *--
& 18 IL Overland St
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 26, 1912, newspaper, September 26, 1912; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth583338/m1/9/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.