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L PASO HERALD
A fjord Much
Social G a ie fy
In Card Circle
My Choice In a Girl
Ia Tonche Hancocfc.
1 Raus Mit Em Shoe Sale
Our Eaus Mit 'Era. Sale gives you the rare opportunity to buy standard make
shoes of the possible best quality at a really low price. It will pay you to supply
the whole family with shoes during this sale and buy enough to last until the next
sale, as you will not have this chance again for six months to come.
Raus Mit ?Em
argams in f u ; Karoams in
ALL S6.00 GRADES;
Ifcms Mit 'Em Price
ALL $5.00 GRADES;
Raus Mit 'Em Price
ALL $4.00 GRADES;
Raus Mit 'Esn Price
ALL $3.b0 GRADES;
Raus Mat 'Em Price
ALL $3.00 GRADES;
Raus Mit 'Em Price
ALL $2.50 GRADES; df Qg
Raus Mit 'Em Price P ! D
Laird, Schober $8.00 Bronze
Button Shoes; extra special...
Laird, Schober $6.00, $5.50 and $5.00 Bronze
and Suede High and Low (ft n a
Shoes ;xtra special $wTi
$4.00 Bronze and Suede High
and Low Shoes; extra special.
$3.50 Bronze and Suede High
and Low Shoes; extra special. .
Raus Mit fEm Bargains in Boys9 Shoes
$Q g GOODYEAR WELT OAK O GC & A A MAY SEWED STi2JD.
5OU SOLE CALF SHOES $&fUU $&9jj ARD CALF SHOES
$Q f A GOODYEAR WELT OAK
UmUU SOLE CALF SHOES
$0 C A GOODYEAR WELT OAK
Zi.DU SOLE CALF SHOES... 4...
SOLE CALF SHOES
1 $( .frVNSobs. Edwin
J iCStSU. grades
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$? 1 7K ilcKAY SEWED STAXD
UO plm D ARD CALF SHOES
tf1 AC d1 O e McKAY SEWED STAND.
McKAY SEWED STAND
ARD CALF SHOES
ARD CALF SHOES.
RAUS MIT 'EM
Clapp $7.00 and $6.50 rt g? OP Edwin Clapp $6.00 ,t p- r p?
tpD.OO grades .... $D.D
Bargains in Other Men's Shoes
$5.00 BENCH MADE
$4.50 BENCH MADE
$2.50 GOOD HEAVY
MISSES' AND CHILDRENS'
I Shoe Bars
$3.50 Young Ladies' Tan Button Shdes;
Raus Mit 'Em at
$2.50 Young Ladies' Tan Button
Shoes; Raus Mit Em d CQ
$3.75 Young Ladies' Black Suede
Button Shoes; Raus Mit 0 E
sEm at &&&&
$3.00 Misses' Button rf JQ
Shoes; Raus Mit 'Em at4 I eO
$3.50 Misses' Bronze and Black Suede
Button Shoes; Racs Mit d - Q C
'Em at plfcD
$3.00 Misses' Gray and Cream Cloth
Top Button Shoes; Raus d qp
Mit 'Ern at plZD
$2.50 Child's Bronze ButtoiP Shoes,
Nos. Sl-2 to 11; Raus g-r
Mit 'Em at p 1 OU
$2.50 Child's Tan Button Shoes, Nos.
Sl-2 to 11; Raus Mit rf - g? r
4JI II ft
$2.50 Child's Patent Tan Cloth Top Button
Shoes, 8 1-2 to 11; Raus Mit 'Em at
$3.00 Child's Black Suede Button
Shoes; Raus Mit Ci? 1 ? F
'Em at $IeOD
$2.50 Child's Patent Cream Cloth Ton
'Em at $1,
$1.75 Child's Bronze Shoes,
soles, Nos. 5 to 8; Raus d f
Mit 'Em at d) I .
$2.00 Child's Patent Cream Cloth Top
Button Shoes, Nos. 5 to d f m
8: Raus Mit 'Em at. ... $ I ,OD
$1.75 Child's Black and Gray Suede
Button Shoes, Nos. 5 to d -s 1
8, Eaus, Mit 'Em-at....$l,15
$1.50 Infants' Bronze Button Shoes .
turn soles; Raus Mit f w
'Em at UDC
$1.50 Infants' Black i.nd Gray Suede
Button .Shoes, turn soles; ffcE?
Raus Mit 'Em at && C
GREATER L PASO'S
7GREAi EST SHOE STORE
r t- jt a
5HDEcnMPAN y ' , - - '
Oh, I would prlndly marry,
If I could but chance to flniT
A frirl of tastes and habits
She muKn't vrnnt pin money.
She must finish her toilette.
Without the help of lady's maid,
And neer gret In debt.
Must love her hndband better
Than a fashionable dress,
And find a true conientment
In domestic happiness.
Jfot lie In bed for breakfast.
or of cruelty complain,
If every nip;ht at dinner
She doesn't get champasme.
Yon find me such a cbarmrr.
"With health and temper f?ood,
Then nIc me if ld marry,
I should rather think I would.
IN THE IENS
It used to be true that bifocal
The Woman's Club -nd Other
Busy Organ'zatson5 Of Women
The "Education day" program of the
Woman's club, given last "Wednesday,
was of a high order. The paper by
Mrs Flora M$A. Jones on "Moral Train
ing in the Public Schools." was full of
advanced thought and high Ideals.
Tintntino- mit in -a clear. 'practical man-
J ner, the lines along which moral train.
ing could he made a part or me puuuu
school curriculum with good to all and
hurt to ndiie.
The next number was "Love's Rap
ture." the beautiful, -passionate song
I that prince Ivah sang to Zara in Marie
was given by Mrs.fEarl J. Evans. Mrs.
Seiver was accompanist. ,
The next paper. "Art and Music in
the Public School," by Miss Alice Fitz
patrickt was one of the most meritor
ious ever read before the club, explain
ing well the practical, educational and
esthetic values of these two branches
A of knowledge. Miss i?utzpatricK men
tioned the need of an auditorium in
each of the schools here. Aside -from
Its advantage as a piace 01 emenaiu.
ment, an auditorium lends dignity as a
setting for faculty and pupils, on oc
casions when subjects of general im
portance and interest are before the
school; It also brings the school into
closer touch with Itself, so to speak.
"Romance," the closing piano num
ber, was given by Miss Ellis, whose in
terpretation was most expressive.
Edward Bok's editorial in "The In
dies Home Journal," on "Woman's
Clubs and Their Resultant Evils" was
the subject discussed by Mrs. W. L.
Crockett. She argued that Mr. Bok had
wandered from the paths of his in
timate knowledge and had reached
rocky shoals of which he knew noth
ing. The following were admitted to
club membership: Mesdames H. Y.
Ellis, Earl J. Evaijs, Misses Adelle
Paxton, Monica Gallagher.
The courtesies of the club were ex
tended to Mesdames M. J. Newman and
E. W. Parker.
The Women's Catholic Benevolent so-
I ciety held its annual election of offi
cers at the Catholic chapel, corner Myr
tle and Campbell, on Wednesday, and
the following are the officers elected
I for the ensuing term: Mrs. J. E. Mor
gan, president; Mrs. J. A. Delaney, sec
retary; Mrs. J. Newton, treasurer.
The music department of the Wo-
man's club will meet Wednesday at
fthe residence of Mrs W. R. Brown,
when the following program will be
given under the direction of Mrs. J. J.
1. Overture Francis Moore
2. "Je dis que rien," .
Mis Pauline Sprinz
3. Fortune Telling Trio
Mrs. D. W. Tucker. Mrs. J. J. Pearcej
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein.
4. Romanza Mr, Van Surdam
salad course. Those who en-joyed Mrs.
Newman's hospitality were:
Mesdames J. U. Sweeney, R. C. Sem
ple, Henry Pfaff, James L.. Marr, W.
D. Wise, F. C. Searle, C. J. Maple, Ralph
Looomis; Misses Maud Austin, Nannie
Lackland, Josie Marr.
4- ENJOYABLE MUSICAL.
A piano recital was given last evening
in the store of a local piano company,
in which a number of El Paso's promis
ing young musicians took part.
Much talent was displayed, as well as
The following program was exceed-, glasses were troublesome, ana
ingiy well rendered: j "old" looking, and trying to the
sonata (WaiasteS)?. f." Bectnoven I eyes. 1 1 is N OT true of
Allegro Mary Keating. 1 KRYPTOKS the new DlTOCals
Adagio and Rondo Ruth Keating.
Valse, Opu3 70. No. 1 Chopin
Sonata (Moonlight) . .Beethoven
I Adagio Allegretto Presto Agitato.
Nellie Mae, Bowen.
I Grandma's Pet. Waltz Streabog
Scales. E B. and. F. Sharp.
Bessie Levy (age 7.)
Canzonetta A' Schutt
j Second Mazourka .......... Gpdard
r Dorothy Schoonmaker.
Valse. Opus 54. No. 1.
Opus 69, No. 1 Chopin
Home, Sweet Home (two pianos)
Bessie Levy and Jimmle Bowen.
Allegretto, from 7th Symphony. Four
NellieMae Bowen and Alys Robertson,
(a) Dolly's Funeral.. Tschaikowski
that look and wear like plain
I glasses, but give -perfect near-
! Paso Optical
J. R. SEGALL, Examining Optician.
Opp. Hotel Sheldon.
5. Gypsy Song Mrs. Tucker
6. Cigarette Girls' Chorus I (b) Happy Peasant Schuman ( 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. a jl 4. 4. jl, j, jj, j.
Mrs. Tucker. Mrs. Goldstein, Mrs. I Sophie Wfiliams.fr j 4. 4.
Pearson, .wrs. Jfearce. Mrs. .Evans, oaiior jjoy s uream natue ' 4. EaJOYABLE DIN3TER A
Philip Millspaugh. ; 4, PAETY IS GIVEN. 4.
Meditation Morrison j, j. .
Habanera V Mrs. Goldstein
Toreador Mr. McKenzie
The Daughters of the American Revo
lution will meet on Tuesday at 3 oclock
in the parlors of the Elks' club. It
will be Massachuseets and Rhode
Island day, and the program will be in
charge of the chairman, Mrs. H. B.
The hostesses for the day will be Mrs.
H. L. Newman, Mrs. C.R. Morehead,
Airs. B. M. Bray, Mrs. IT. S. Stewart,
Mrs. F. W. Brown. Mrs G. H. Higglns,
Mrs. C. Rubin. Mrs. Robert L. Reynolds,
Miss Gertrude Higgins.
The Shakspere Reading club will
meet Monday afternon at 3 oclock at
the home of Mrs. Heil Hale, 1205 North
ing i nthe Public Schools," was full of
Mrs. Robert L. Reynolds.
The Charity association will meet
Monday afternoon at 3 oclock at the
ome of Mrs. W. W. Turney. Mrs.
Turney wants all members to be in at
tendance to hear the reports and to
keep in touch with the work.
Western Rebekah lodge No. 191T L O.
O. F., will have its semi-annual instala
tion of officers next Tuesday night at
Odd Fellows' hall. The following of
ficers will be installed:
Dr. Flora L. Satterlee. noble grand.
Mrs. Lola Bernauer, vice grano.
Miss Ada L. Beaudett, past grand.
Miss Blanche Merrill, recording sec
retary. Mrs. Josephine Fraser, financial sec
retary. Mrs. Elizabeth Hedges, treasurer.
The appointive officers will be named
at that time. Refreshments will "be
Reverie (Four Hands) Krug
Dorothy Schoonmaker and Annie
Toccatina Wm. Mason
Valse, Opus 42 Chopin
I Ruth Keating.
Valse, Opus 34, No. 1... Chopin
Concerto, D Minor Mendelssohn
First piano Nellie Mae Bowen.
Second piano Chloe Calhoun.
Manicuring for men and women.
Elite Parlors, over Calisher's.
4"H- . .
CharJes'J. Green entertained seven ef
hisfriends with a seven course fish din
ner at the Harvey house last night.
The table was beautiful in garnet and
while and pretty little hand painted
cards of snow drops served as place
cards and added to the beauty of the ta
ble. After the dinner Mr. 'Green was pre
sented by his friends with a beautiful
engraved loving cub.
Toasts were given to -which all responded-
Those present were: Miss A.
T. White, Miss Mary r. Stanton. Mrs.
Albert F. Slevers, Miss Ester Weed.
Alice P. Thompson. Miss Maud Durlin,
Albert F. Slevers,. Charles J. Green.
Social Clubs and Other
Organizations Have Dances
Card C.ubs and Private Card
Parties Afford Much Pleasure
Mrs. H. F. Kettler added much to Frankie Miller, Laura Murchison, Mar-
On Wednesday evening the Terpsl
chorean club entertained at a delightful
dance at the Elks' home.
.This was the third of the series that
will he given this winter, and was a
most successful and enjoj'able affair. 1
The ballroom was decorated In holiday I
ertects; and punch was served at inter
vals. The Country club orchestra fur
nished the music tror zne gay dancers,
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Piatt, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fillmore, Misses Martha
Thurmond, Alice Mills, Janie Llndsey,
Perkey, Lillian Llndsey, Brickhurst,
Ta iitina 2rktTr TuninA T) 7 a . TJtn-.- 1
CrAwfrtrrT Plnronoa TToo,t, T r.,J I "f ."f" Hh4,4"4 4''r4
Fink v : at: tr." f AUUITIOA-u' .society 4.
:;. 'T: r c " i-., ...mo 4,
he plenty of singing by good talent,
among others' Miss Pauline Sprinz and
Parvin Witte will entertain with duets
After the program a dance will be
Refreshments will be served all
Members of the uniform division will
act as escort to the installing officer.
Mrs. Fernando C. Searle will be "at
home" on Monday afternoon to her
friends, at her residence, 1309 Boule
vard. Mr. and Mrs. Searle will both re
ceive their friends in the evening.
the social pleasure of the week with
two charming bridge parties, Wednes
day and ThursQy afternoons.
Mrs. F. M. Martin and her consia,
Miss Kathrin Wren, were the honor
In the decorations aamotif of red and
green prevailed, effectively brought
out with red carnatoins and "ferns. Cut
glass vases filled with these fragrant
fl v.ers jvcre placed anout the apart
ments, and the chandeliers and pictures
were artistically entwined with lace
Brass candle sticks, holding red can
dles and shielded with shades of the
same hue, added warmth and brilliancy.
On Wednesday Mrs. R. L. Burges and
Mrs. C xx. Lsavell were the skilrul
players who secured tne prizes beauti
ful hand braided shirt waist patterns.
Thursday Mrs. T. W. Elson and Mr?. luncheons that will be given during the
gharetta Le Barron. .Elizabeth Pa.
Sallie Page, Lee vValtaa,, r'letcher Ma
mie Sexton, Leigh White.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Seamon entertain,
ed at a very enjoyable bridge party
on Tuesday evening. Holiday effects
were attractively used In the decorations.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bray were the
fortunate prize winners.
Daintj refreshments were served to
the guests, who were: Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parker
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bray. Mr. and Mrs!
A. W. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Earle,
Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Cooley, Mrs
W. D. Greet, William Judd.
Mrs. Z. T. White entertained Thurs
day at the second of a series of bridge-
Charles Pomeroy were no fortunate -winter.
Wa W' A d WL
are thrown away every year need-'
lessly If you have one that isn't
going Tight don't throw it away.
If it can he repaired we can do it.
"We have made many a "watch as
good as new which t2ie owner had
about made Tip his mind was not
! worth repairing. -Bring in yours
and have us look at it.
A. J. FULLAN, 219 San Antonio Si
V WEDDINGS. A
"5-4-4 -r AAA AAA
J. D. Hendon, of Globe. Ariz., and
Miss Isabel CamD. of TennesKAo worn
l?"Ily married Saturday morning at
"-"u ociock, at the manse of the First
Presbyterian church. Rev. C. L. Over
street officiating. The newly wedded
couple left at once for Globe, where
the groom is engaged in business, and
where they wm make their home.'
FELIX MAJtTlXEZ CHARGED
WITH EXCEEDING SPEED I.IMIT
Felix Martinez was arrested by the'
motorcycle policeman Friday after,
noon shortly after f oclock, on a
charge of exceeding the automobile
speed limit, on Texas street. He fur
nished a $5 bond for his appearance In
police court this evening
prize winners, also handsome hand
braided shirt twaist patterns.
After the games a 'delightful salad
course was served, followed by the ice
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Kettler's
charming hospitality were: Mesdames
R. F. Anderson, J. E. Barkley, W. H.
Burges, E. M. .nray, H W Broaddns,
J. JS. Bowen, R F. Burges, Belle F.
Beach el, W. L. Brown, Bryan, W. D.
Howe, A. V. Foster. R. C. Can by, J.
B. Calnan E. R. Carpenter, F. S. Cary,
Z. L. Cobb, Coffin, Frank-Coles. Otis
Coles, Winchester Cooley, Council, W.
S. Cromble, Lamar Davis. Waters
Davis, J. A. Dick, jjonohue. J. L. Dyer,
Henry Easter, Frederick Easter. T. W.
Elson, S. Engleking, J. W. Eubank, A.
B. Fall, C. C. Chase, Edgar Fewel,
George Fisher, Ford. E. C. French, D.
M. Payne, W. L Gaines, William Gar
vin, J. M. Goggin John Grant. Gray,
D. L. Gregg, Hawkins, Heep. Holland,
C. E. Kelly, ng, Clarence Klutz,
Kranzthor, J. C. Lackland, C. H. Lea
vell, W. H. Loretz, J. G. Mc
Nary, C. M. Newman, H. P
Noake, Floyd Payne. Harry Perry. E.
W. Pew, Charles Pomeroy, Ysabel Flato,
William Petricoias. H. S. Potter, W. E.
Race, F. H. Seamon, H. J. Simmons,
R. H. Smith, H. E. Runkle, Stiles, J. TJ.
Sweeney, E. K. Talbot, W. L. Tooley,
W. W. Turney, G. E. Wallace. Harris
Walthal, J. B. Watson, S. P. Weisiger,
D. T. .iwie. Carter .ute. Mary j
son. Van Wilson, B. M. Worsham, Mc
Daniel. Norton, George iNewell, L. H.
Tucker, Winston Pettus; Wooldridge, S.
J. Larkin Moore, Susie Cherry Camp
bell, R. H Campbell, Wilmarth, D. Y.
Hadley, J. H. Myers. Irvln, Avery;
Misses roe Le Baron Mary Gates. Flor
ence Le Baron, Mamie Gallagher,
The attractive luncheon table was
decorated In the fruit colors, .yellow
red and green. A basket of vafi-col-ored
fruits, surrounded wK a garland
of grape leaves, ormed the central dec
orative ' feature, while yellow shaded
candles threw a mellow light over the
Bridge followed the luncheon, Mrs'
D. T. White being the fortunate prize
Mrs. J. D. Love entertained this after
noon at the second of a series of infor
mal bridge -'parties.
The refreshment (table was spread
with an- exquisite cover of clunv 1op
At each cover were corsage bouquets of
violets, given as favors, and the cen
tral decoration was also of violets.
The Thursday club will meet at the
home or Mrs. E. B. "Van Arsdel 1015
Nqrth Stanton street.
Mrs. Edward Kneezell will be the
next hostess for the Tuesday Afternoon
Bridge (club. Mrs. Kneezell will also
entertain the Friday High Five club
Mrs. J. U. Sweeney entertain ea in
formally at bridge, yesterday afternoon
in honor of Mrs. Robert L. Reynolds'
of Pasadena, Cal.
Mrs. V. P. Safford will entertain at
bridge next Wednesday.
Mrs. C. M. Newman entertained this
morning at a charmingly appointed
bridge party, as a courtesy to. Mrs. Rob
ert L. Reynolds. The games were fol
lowed by refreshments, consisting of a
May Loretz, Messrs. Hugh Dunn, Jack
Sorrele, Arthur Schuster, W. Davis,
Singleton, Hayes, Sinclair, Glfford,
Doak, Peterson, Hatton, McCandless,
Maurice Masson, Mayfield.
Thursday evening a most delightful
meeting of St. Clement's Social club
was held in the parish house adjoin
ing the Episcopal church. Several
amusing games were played during the
early part of the evening, among them,
a game in which the prize was awarded
Miss Florence Fegan, for making the
largest number of words out of the
word "symphony." Later, the guests
assembled in the large Sunday School
hall where ithe following musical pro
gram was rendered under the direction
of Miss Esther Darbyshire.
Vocal solo "The QuestJ'; Mrs. Will
iam Wyatt Evans. Accompanied by
Miss Esther Darbyshire.
Piano solo "Sonata," by Beethoven, j
Dr. E. C. Prentiss. !
Reading "An Old Sweetheart of
Mine"; Mrs. Hal Christie. .
Vocal solo "The Stein Song." Ken
neth W. MacCallum.
Male quartet "Massa's in the CoM, '
Cold Ground"; "Sweet and Low."
Messrs. MacCallum, Ball, McCracken j
and Taylor. t
Following this 'program, delicious re-
freshments of salad, sandwiches and
coffee were served by Miss Fegan, and
the members of her committee. Among
those nresent were: Misses Father
i Darjbyshire, Mazie Cole, Nellie Leighten, '
.ceari xserKey, xaUisa. .began, louise san
burn, Vai Carter, Gertrude Yale, Miss
Mack, Lille Cole. Constance Bateman,
Florence Fegan, Nellie Gaillard, Ethel
Rowe, Marguerite Darbyshire, Mabel
Power, Beatrice Pateman, Adella Wall-
AVOrk fprnl "Vhrf5tJ T?ov nnrt Mrs
Henry" Easter, Mr. and Mrs. Hal f
Christie, Mrs. W. W. Evans, Mrs. B. F. , (if
-uarpyshlre and Mrs. W. D. lireet;
Messrs. Taylor, McCracken, Ball, Wy- j
wan, MacCallum, Smith, Christie, Moss, j
Towle, Berry, PrenWss, Gleim, Wall- (
work. Jenkins. Hughes, Leighton, Gil
christ. The most Important social event on
the calendar for the week is the dance .
this evening at the Country club, giv- .
en complimentary to the officers and
their wives, at Fort Blisa, prior to their
departure early in February for the t
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Ko. 1 Little Plaza
Corsets $1 up
Dept. in charge of
El Paso Tent, 110 K. O. T. M., will j
instal officers next Monday at 8:30 p. i
m., at K. of P. hall. Invitations have ,
been issued to members and their fam- j
Hies, as well as to the members of the '
"Ladies of the Maccabees," and their
escorts. This affair promises to be onQ
of the most Interesting instalations the i
Maccabees have ever held in El Paso,
the commlttea in charge having made
arrangement to please all. Very little
speaking will be done, but there will
Cor. Stanton & Tex. W