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J, WOMELVS ORGANIZATIONS.
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The United Daughters of the Con
federacy will celebrate the third anni
versary of the organization of the Rob
ert E. Lee chapter, of El Paso, on Wed
nesday afternoon, f The meeting will be
lield In the lodge room of the Elks club,
at 3:30 ocloclc. and promises to be one
of unusual interest.
Judge J. M. Cold-well -will deliver an
address on Robert E. Lee.
Crosses of honor will be bestowed
upon confederate veterans, -who have
made application. for them. The follow
ing delightful musical program has
been prepared for the occasion, under
the direction, of Mrs. "W". L. Brown:
Vocal solo -Mrs. T. "W. Elson
Kegro Lullabye Burleigh
(a) Tenting On the Old Camp Ground.
(b) My Old Kentucky Home.
Messrs. Xixon, Williams, Coughlan,
Vocal solo .- Selected
Mrs. Leila Moore.
Vocal solo .. Mrs. Wyatt Evans
(a) Folk Song .. .:,.... Chadwick
(b) Rockin' in the Wind.. .Neidlinger
The letter and art department of the
Woman's club -will meet on Wednesday
afternoon in the club rooms. The fol
lowing interesting program -will be giv
en under the direction of the chairman,
Miss Fannie B. Smith.
Washington, T. C, "Past and Pres
ent." Mrs.' T. W. Nealon.
"Our President," Mrs. W. C. Morgan.
"Women's Sphere in Washington,"
Mrs. G. F- Tilton.
Instead cf the usual current events a
talk will oe given by Mrs. Clark, of
TTItACTIVE WEDDING. $
An attractive wedding -was celebrated
Tuesday afternoon at 4 oclock, at the
parish house of the Catholic church,
when Miss Mercy Burton West and
Charles Gatewood Hull were muted In
marriage by Rev. rather Roy. Only rela
tives and a few intimate friends wit
nessed the ceremony.
Miss Mae Dawdle, of Safford, Ariz., an
old schoolmate of the bride, attended as
maid of ho?ior, and Bert "West, the
bride's brother, -was best man.
The bride -was handsomely gowned in
white satin cashmere, in semi-princess
style and elaborately trimmed In sll-
The long tulle veil was held in place
vth a half wreath of lilies of the val
ley, and the bridal bouquet was of the
same dainty flower. ,
The maid of honor was becomingly
gowned in champagne colored messa
flme with trimmings in harmonizing
tones. Her flowers were white brides
After the ceremony a delightful din
ner was of 14 covers was served to the
A. J. FULLAN, 2!9 San Antonio St.
bridal party at the St. Regis hotel, and
was followed by an informal reception.
The bride is an attractive young wo
man, who has been in El Paso the past
two years, coming here from Phoenix,
Ariz., where her father is general audi
tor for the Santa Fe, Phoenix and Pres
The groom is from Denison, Tex., and
has been for some time connected with
the Western Union Telegraph company.
The newly wedded couple will 'be at
home to their friends at S13 North
4 ENJOYABLE ."AT HOME." J-
Mrs. F. H. Seamon entertained Tues
day afternoon at the first of a series of
informal "at homes" that will be given
during the winter.
Mrs. "William Judd was the honor
guest on t-iis occasion, and among those
who called to meet her were: Mesdames
J. U. Sweeney, J. R. Harper, J. B. Gray,
Charles Pomeroy, L. H. Tucker, J. B.
Watson, H. D.' Slater, J. Cameron, Ba
telle White, R. H. Smith, D. R. Murch
ison S. P. Weisiger, C. M. New
man, C. J. Lackland, W. S. Crombie,
C. A. Fox, Morris Parker, W. R.
Brown, James Parker, C. N. Sheldon, A.
H. Butler, J. E. Bowen, F. M. Martin,
H. S. Potter, K. D. Franklin, Ruukle,
Turner, H. F. Kettlcr, E. M. Bray, A.
W. Foster; Misses Maud Austin, Ora
Slater, Mack, Frankie Miller.
The hostess was assisted in entertain
ing by Mrs. H. P. Saf ford, Mrs. W. D.
Greet, Mrs. Morris Parker.
In the dining room Mrs. W. L. Too
ley presided, and Mrs. Frank C. Earle
presided at the tea table.
The living room was made most at
tractive with numbers of potted plants,
placed about the apartment. Red shades
shielded the electric lights and candles,
and added a soft glow to the scene.
A color effect of pink was carried
out in the dining room.
The tea table was most alluring,
spread with handsome doilies of cluny
lace, and decorated with pink begonias.
The color effect was further emphasized
in the cakes and bonbons.
J. DELIGHTFUL DANCE.
Miss ICaihrine Coles, of Nashville,
Teun was the inspiration for a delight
ful dance Thursday evening at the
Country club, at which Mrs. J- F. Coles
and Mrs. Otis Coles were the hostesses.
When thronged with dancers the at
tractive ballroom presented a brilliant
and annimkted kaleidescope of color, the
beautiful gowns worn by the young
women contrasting effectively with the
conventional evening dress of the men.
Punch was served at Nervals and a
delicious salad course and coffee fol
lowed the dance.
Those invited to meet the charming
young visitor were:
Misses Ethel White, Kathleen Myles,
Ruth ' Coleman, Florence Leper, Anna
of our jewelry appeals irresistibly
to all women and most men. And
with reason. For the beauty is
that of good quality as well as
appearance. We invite yon to
come and see our display. If you
have the making of a gift in mind
you will find suitable jewelry
here -at a price as low as ionest
quality will permit.
Shelton, Gertrude Ellis, Ethel Walz, An
na Grace Ells, Janie Ellis, Nannie
Lackland, Lena Fletcher, Josie Marr,
Clover Shackelford, Adiue Noake, Alma
Jones, Carrie Race. Sue Crombie, Jane
I Christy, Fanny Henning, Julit Cold-
I well, Hughes, Maud Austin, Lillian Aus
tin; Mrs. Josephine N. Morfit, Mrs. E. R.
Carpenter; Messrs. Francis Moore, Mc
Fariand, Eugene Fox, Dr. Robert Wil-
I Hams, Dr. J. R. Vance, Richard Ainsa,
Joe Peyton, Walter Arnold, William
j Cook, Ralph Henderson, Morton, Llnd
1 sey, Wallace Downing, Frank Stewart,
J. I. Edwards, Mansfield Christie, Maury
I Kemp, Page Kemp, Garnett King, J. E.
! Bachtel, W. W. Sterling, Moorehead,
' J. B. Kilpatrick, Bond, C. A. Beers,
. Owen White, Trost, Dr. C. P. Brown, Dr.
L. G. Witherspoon, Frank Hughes, Bal
lard Coldwell , W. K. Marr, Robert
Krakauer, Gunther Lessing. Will Fra
zer, Francis Gallagher, Edgar Kayser,
McAffee, T. J. Stafford.
PARIS FASHION HINT.
SANTA ROSA TEACHERS
Santa Rosa, N M., Jan. 15. Mrs.
Edith Sparling of Las Vegas has ac
cepted the position in the schools made
vacant by the resignation of Miss Da
vis. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Rudolph enter
tained a number of friends at cards
A number of teachers, holding per
mits, are taking the regular mid win
ter examination which Is-being held at
the county superintendent's office.
P. R. Page, of Vaughn, Is a Santa
Miss E. Curry was called to Kansas
by the death of a relative and sickness
of her mother and sister
H. C. Schumacher, representing the
Lone Star brewery at San Antonio, is
in El Paso .toda3r. Mr. Schumacher Is
an old time newspaperstMTd held
every position on the Sa xi tjMLight
from devil to general , before
leaving that paper about two years ago
to go with the brewery.
L. M. Crawford, head of the Craw
ford theatrical circuit, is in the city
from Topelca, Kansas, his headquarters,
on a business visit.
HttZ t gyp1' ? t ' i SE
"Never trouble trouble.
Till trouble troubles you" .
TIs well to keep in -rle-rr.
There's only one thing- better,
Oh! mortal man, to do:
To never trouble trouble
When trouble troubles yoat
Cards Afford the Principal
.Amusement Of a Social Week
With bridge as. the medium of amuse,
ment, Mrs.' V. P. Safford very charm
ingly entertained a number of her
friends Saturday afternoon at her home
on Montana street.
In the deorations potted plants, hang
ing Japariese air plants and cut flowers,
red carnations and asparagus ferns
formed the artistic floral adornments.
Brass candle sticks holding red candles
with shades of the same hue were
placed throughout the apartments, and
lent warmth and qharming color to the
The dainty refreshments were served
in three courses a color scheme of red
and white being carried out in the ices
Those assisting in the serving were:
Misses Maud Bohmer, Maybelle Bryan,
-R-nthrlne McGhee. Mildred Nlles, Nell
,Safford, S. John Murchison. Miss Made.
line Safford, the winsome nitie aa.ua -tpr
nt the hostess awarded the prizes,
-Mrs. M. O. Wriglit securing the first, a
dainty silver bonbon drsh. Mrs. .fcugar
Fewel secured the second prize, a crys
tal candle stick, and Mrs. L A- Shedd
received the consolation prize, a silver
Those present were: Mrs. D. M. Payne.
Mrs. W H. Burges, Mrs. W. E. Race,
Mrs. W. D. Wise, Mrs. Jas. A, Dick, Mrs.
W. T. Hixson, Mrs. Harrison Griswold,
Mrs Walter Irwin, Miss Jane Christy,
Mrs W. W. Rose, Mrs. D. T. White, Mrs.
W. L. Tooley, Mrs. B. M. Worsham, Mrs.
D. L. Gregg, Mrs. Carter White, Mrs.
Robert Campbell, Mrs. R. C. Canby.
Mrs. C. H. Leavell, Mrs. R. L. O'Bear,
Mrs. W. l! Gaines, Mrs. J. W. Eubank,
Mrs. W. H. Bryan. Mrs. W. L. Brown,
Mrs Geo. L. Fisher, Miss -T .L. Wescott,
Mrs S H. Sutherland. Mrs. M. B. Davis,
Mrs." S W. Franklin, Mrs. W. E. Robert
son, Mrs. H. T. Safford, Mrs. Helen
Roberts, The Misses Le Baron, Mrs.
Daniel Murchison, Mrs. R. L. Ramey,
Mrs. J. C- Lackland, Mrs. M. O. Wright,
Mrs S. P. Wiesiger, Mrs. Joseph Huston,
Mrs. S. J. Larkin, Mrs. D. T. Hadley.
Mrs. P. H. Brown, Mrs. A. H. Donald,
Mrs. R. T. Anderson, Mrs. H. C. Myles,
Mrs. W. E. Anderson, Mrs. Claiborne
Adams, Mrs. E. P. Coleman, Mrs. M. B.
Davis, Mrs. J. J. Ormsbee, Mrs. J. A
Shedd, Mrs. Edgar Fewel, Mrs. Morris
Miss Pauline Sprinz will entertain
the young, women's Thursday Afternoon
.& CHURCH CONCERT.
The choir of the First Presbyterian
church will render Gaul's peautiful sa-
ered cantata, "The Holy City," on Sun- j
daj' evening, the service Deginninjj sw.
7:30 p. m.
The solo parts will be taken by Mrs.
Leila T. Moore, Mrs. Parvin Witte, Miss
Nil Kenan. Parvin Witte and James G.
The "Holy City" is a very tuneful
and popular composition and music
lovers may expect an excellent rendition
by the Presbyterian choir. For this oc
casion the regular double quartet will
be augmented by an additional quar
tet, making a chorus of 12 voices. The
"No Shadows Yonder" Chorus and
tenor olo, Mr. Witte.
"My Soul in Athirst for God" Mr,
"At Even Tide It Shall Be Light"
Trio, Mrs. Moore, Miss Kenan, Miss
"They That Sow in Tears" Chorus.
"Eye Hath Not Seen" Mrs. Moore.
"For Thee, O Dear, Dear Country"
"A New Heaven and a New Earth"
"Let the Heavens Rejoice" Double
"The Lord, Our God" Mr. Witte.
"Come Ye Blessed of My Father"
"The Fining Pot is for Silver"
"These Are They Which Came out of
Great Tribulation" Mr. Witte.
"Let the Cherutic Host" Ladies quar
tet, solo, Mrs. Witte, Mr. McNary.
"Great and Marvellous Are Thy
Works" Chorus. - k
f . DINNER PARTY. T
Mrs. Z. T. White was hostess last
evening at a delightful dinner given in
honor of Miss Lena Fletcher, niece of
Mrs. W. W. Turney.
Yellow was the dainty color effect
chosen for the decorations. A tall cut
glass vase, filled with yellow roses,
formed the central decorative feature
of the table. The candles were also In
yellow with shades of the same hue. The
place cards were attractive designs in
4" CHURCH SOCIAL.
The Phllathea class of the Methodist
church gave a ghost box party last
night, which was a rather novel form of
entertainment. The musical program
was very attractive. Mrs. S. A. War
ren rendered a very beautiful selection
from the opera "Martha."
Edward McKenzie, who is well known
for his vocal abilities, rendered two se
lections, both of which were very fine.
Mrs. H A. Bernard made her rst
appearance before the El Paso public.
She has a wonderfully sweet, clear voice
that shows study, and her selections
were thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Bridge club on Wednesday afternoon
at the Elks' club. At the close of the
games a dinner will be served to the
entire party at the Orndorff hotel.
Mrs. Julius Krakauer will be the
next hostess for the Tuesday Afternoon
The Wednesday Bridge club will meet
next week at the home of Mrs. Ralph
Mrs.-W. S. McMath will entertain the
Thursday club at he home on the
The Friday High Five club met yes
terday afternoon at the -'home of Mrs.
Mrs. E. P. Coleman and Miss Ruth
Coleman will entertain at bridge on
Tuesday afternoon in honor of their
guest, Mis? Florence Leper, of Little
Mrs. R. H. Smith very charmingly en
tertained a number of friends last
evening at bridge at her home on Ne
vada street. At the close of the Inter
esting games, a two course luncheon
was daintily served. The guests in at
tendance were: Mrs. F. H. Seamon, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Leavell, Mr. and Mrs. F.
C. Earle, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bray, Mr. and Mrs.
William Judd, Judge and Mrs. J. R.
Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Pettus,
Mrs. W. D. Greet, Mrs. T. F. Kimbell,
Miss Elizabeth Young.
The girls of the Beta Phi sorority
recently Sftve the first of a series of
entertainments that will continue
throughout the winter. The Misses
Rachel Harper and Florence Cox were
the hostesses on this occasion and 500
was the game enjoyed. A beautiful
picture was given as the first prize
"and went to Miss Helen Newell, who
made the highest score.
A salad course was daintily served
and was followed with chocolate and
wafers. Those in attendance were:
Misses Helen Newell. Ruth MeCnrdv.
'Helen Roberts, Rachel Harper, Florence
Cox, Ethel Brown, Marguerite Reeves,
Laura Maud Fink, Marguerite Darby
shire, Kathrlne Cox, Mary Robertson,
Grace Berkey, Lucy Werne, Hattle May
Loretz, Irene Elliott, Maybelle Hood.
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Dr. J. M. Field, president of the uni
versity of Redlands, Cal., will be in the
city over Sunday and will be the guest
of Rev. Robert Bruce Smith. Dr. Field
will fill the pulpit of the First Baptist
church, both morning and evening, and
will address the Y. M. C. A. In the aft
Mrs. Laura E. Byers, of Atlanta, Ga.
is here to spend the winter with her
brother, E. C. Pew, 1001 North Camp
J. E. Bowen is in the city for the week
visiting his family. Judge Bowen was
recently elected president of the First
National bank at Toyah.
Henry and Mark Fletcher, who have
been the guests of their aunt, Mrs. W.
W. Turney, have returned to their home
In Alpine, Tex.
Miss Lucille Ethel Daniel, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Daniel, left Tuesday
evening to reenter Baylor university at
Waco, where she will take a special
course in music and literature.
Mrs. Shaw, of Champaign, III., is In
the city visiting her sister, Mrs. F. E.
Righter, 720 Mundy evenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cornell and. son,
Roscoe, have returned from a visit to
east Texas, including Houston, Orange
and other points in the state. While
away Mr. Cornell spent a month in Mon
tana on business.
J. C. Ballard, buyer for Jarrell, Bal
lard & Co., left last evening for the
east to purchase spring goods.
'Mrs. E. W. S. Neff and Mrs. Fer
nando C. Searle will be at home to their
friends on Monday afternoon, at the
residence of Mrs. Neff, 717 Austin
street. Mr. and Mrs. Neff and Mr."" and
Mrs. Searle will also receive their
friends in the evening.
L. Q. King, -of Tucumcari, N. M., has
returned with his bride from Aguas
caldentes, Mex., where they -have been
on their honeymoon for the past two
weeks. After visiting the bride's par
ents for a few days in this, city, they
will leave this evening for their home.
Miss Mary Brooks, of Anthony, N. M,
Is the guest of Mrs. W. H. Vance, of
1216 Noble street. She will return to
her home after a week's visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cromer, of Oro
grande, N. M., who ds spending the 'win
ter with their mother, Mrs. J. Steven
son, of 600 North Ochoa street, are In
receipt of a new boy, born this month.
Mrs. C. H. Bahnart, af 912 Ange
street, who has been visiting for three
months in Butte, Mont., has just re
turned, glad to get back to the balmy
climate of the Pass city.
J. It. Q'Shea, conductor pn. the Sierra
Madre, and living at 711 Octavia street,
who has been down with typhoid fever
and also who (had an operation, has
Pairs of GI
Then you will be greatly interested to know of the
KRYPTOK INVISIBLE BIFOCALS. Two focuses
in one lens, witn no dividing line visible. The new
Kiwptok invisible bifocals are attractive in appear
ance, unique in construction, perfect in operation,
with no crevices to collect dust, and no badge of age
showing, nothing odd about them to arouse curios
ity. The superiority of the new Invisible Kryptok bi
focal is made manifest the moment you put them on,
as the annoying dividing line, "so conspicuous in or
dinary bifocals, ' ' is absent. Franklin's two-part lens
showed what a bifocal could be. The Invisible lens
is whafra bifocal should be. Science has developed
Theory. Call and let us show you this justly cele
"We match lenses, fill f prescriptions and' do all
manner of optical repairs, usually same day as or
dered. El Paso Optical Company
J. R. SEGALL, Examining Optician.
Established 1901. Pioneer Plaza. Opp. Hotel Sheldon.
recovered and is" anle to be up ana j
Mrs M. J. Spence, 1012 North Oc
itaVda street. Is very low with the
Geo Z& Rockf of Los Angeles, Cal.,
Is visiting his sister, Mrs. C. D Sabln,
of S13 North Virginia, for a short time.
Fred Hoban andwfe. of 610 North
Virginia street, have Just returned from
Houston, where they went to attend
the funeral ef their sister. Mrs. Ed.
Speer who died on January 6. Mrs.
Speer' lived with her sister in El Paso
for some time and while here made
Mrs. Ed Shaw, of 1213 Newman
street, is very low.
Dr. Campbell and wife, of Koslosko, j
Miss., en route to J. D. Boyd's ranch. ,
located 4n Mexico, near Corralitos, where :
they expect to spend the winter and 1
summer, niece and nephew of Mr. and ;
Mrs Boyd, of in .nuiton ": ""
speiid a few days with them before
leaving for the sister republic
THE TRUE STORY OF A YOUNG SO
Hotv An El Paao Youbr Man Entered
Society and Maintained His Stand
ing on a Small Salary.
Several young fellows were talking
the other evening about the difficulty
they had in keeping up with the social
procession. One bright young fellow
advanced the information that if they
Trnnifl follow "his example they could
I pncsllv -make ends meet. He said that
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formerly he spent about ?6 a montn ,
with the barbers. ie iinany aeciueu
that he could use this amount to bet
ter advantage in chocolates and thea
ter tickets, so he bought an "Ever
on,." Oafatir Tfa-rm TT Jt7Jr YOlllTl-
T .ivcauj j:.4-.j a.i.. -v - v
j teered the Information that he got
much more satisfaction from snavmg
himself than when he depended on the
barber. Then too, he was absolutely
sure of the sanitary feature of his
razor, which he couldn't possibly vouch
for with the barbers.
The moral of the above is that you
should hasten here at once and secure
a 12 blade "Ever Heady" Safety Hazor.
The cost is $1.00.
Scott White & Co.,
Prescription Druggists, Oregon street,
Just below the Postoffice.
BIG COLONY FOB
Also a Colony in Nueva
Leon Oklahoma Man at
' Head of Concern.
Monterey, Mex., Jan. 15. Edward J.
Goddard has returned frojn Mexico
City, where he has been for the past
month arranging some business for
the International Land and Investment
company, of Oklahoma City, in connec
tion with the colonization in the near
future of the big hacienda de Santa
Ana, near Linares. Mr. Goddard stated
today that his. company expects some
time within the next six months to
colonize two big tracts of land in the
state of Tamaulipas, comprising 547,000
acres. He has just closed a deal
whereby his company comes Into pos
session of the b!g tract known as
Vaquerlas. There are several towns
and villages within the boundaries of
the lands owned by this company and
It is thought that this fact will aid
them towards eas ycolonization.
Prominent "Woman Dies.
Word reached here of the death of
eSnora Adela Vila, de Sepulveda, in the
city of Linares, this state. Senora Se
pulveda was the widow of the late Ge
naro Sepulveda, a rich merchant and
haclendado of that city and was the
owner of a large blanket factory,
which for the past year has not been
In operation. She was ill for only a
few days. She leaves ,three sons and
six daughters. ,
The new style In halfdressing calls
for the turban frame. We have them.
Blite Parlors, over Callsher's.
TO TUNS A PIANO
Requires Mechanical, Scientific and
Artistic ability possessed by FEW.
This is whv Robinson's work is dif
ferent from that of most tuners
Bell Phone 2426 2020 Oklahoma St
Ever Known in
No. 1 Little Plaza
Corsets $1 up
Dept. in charge of
1 Square Pian $40
3 Uprights Optra Piano
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Cash or Easy
406 San Antonio Si,
Cor. Stanton & Tex. Sts.
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