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Saturday, January 30tli, will see the close of Eaus Mit 'Em Shoe Sale. For these
last three days we are offering the following extraordinary shoe bargains:
300 pairs $2.50 grade good
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200 pairs $3.50 Goodyear
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150 pairs $4.00 Oxblood Calf Shoes just re- J o Q fi
ceiyed, while they last, at p&UJ
150 pairs $5.00 grade Patent Leather, Bench 0 A
tnra TTicrh PfhnfiR. now POe3T
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Cards, As Usual, Result In
Much Of the Social Pleasure
Mrs. E. 1L Bray pleasantly entertain-
ed 4he Tuesday evening bridge club at
her home on Korth ElPaso street.
Mrs. "Winchester Cooley won the first
prize and Mrs. Morris Parker the sec
ond. Dainty refreshments were served to
the party, who were:
Mr. and Mrs. F. C Earle. Mr, and
Mrs. Winchester Cooley, Mr. and Mrs.
P. E. Seamon, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fos
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Barker, Mr. and
Sirs. B. H. Smith, jufl&ssnc Mss. James
Harper, Mrs. W. D. Grjg
Mrs. James H. Pargyp?ill entertain
Friday afternoon, andjfalso on Satur
day evening, at bridge, 4n honor of her
Blsterinlaw, Mrs. C. N. Sheldon, of Kan-
The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club
met yesterday at the home of Mrs.
Henry Pfaff on Mesa avenue. Mrs.
Balph Lioomls will be the hostess this
afternoon for the Wednesday bridge
Mrs. A. H. Butler will entertain the
Thursday Bridge club .tomorrow.
The Toung Women'sThursday Bridge
Work For the Boarding
Home Meets With Success
The work of the different committees All committees haTe not yet report-
who are out in xne Interest of the T. j ed, but the last report was ?9500.50.
"W C A., hoarding home or young These committees expect to raise in
jut o ?c iwnnr. the next four eeka the sum needed to
women, goes steadily on and is being t tue buildln contract in the hands
met with marked success. The women J Qf Jie builders
who have the $500 subscription list in r
charge show an increase on. this list, y ?Z mf,n of1 Paso are
each day, tne prominent business men of looking forward with joyful expectancy
El Paso responding quickly and liberal- to a home life within its walls.
ly. Up to the 15th of December the j The Y. W. C. A. has Issued an attract-
young "business women had raised over lye little booklet showing a cut of the
$4000. building and floor plans, donated by
A. J. FULLAN, 219 San Antonio Si.
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it ?Em Shoe Sale I
' SHOE BARGAINS
40 pairs Ladies' Patent Low Shoes,
former price $4.00; now
300 pairs Patent and Dull Eld AzQde
7 different styles to select from,
Tvnp.p.s .s.s.nu arm HvO-.ihj now
250 pairs Tan Oxf ordsnd Anlde Strap Ties,
tyhp.p. sk:s n arm ss. now
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150 pairs Tan High Shoes, former prices
$3.50 and $4.00; now .'
's Shoe Bargains ,JL I
Welt Calf Shoes;
club Tvill be entertained at the home of
f Mrs. P. J. Feldman will be the next
hostess for the Friday High Five club.
Mrs. W. H. Bryan will entertain
Thursday afternoon at the second" of a
series of bridge parties to be given this
With bridge as the medium of amuse
ment, Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford
very pleasantly entertained a number
of their friends on Monday evening at
their home, S14 Upson avenue. Follow
ing the warmly contested games, a de
lightful salav course and sandwiches
and coffee were served. Those who en
joyed the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Turner, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. An
strand, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Boyce, Mr.
and Mrs. Ix. H. Tucker, Mr, and Mrs.
Mrs. Morris Parker entertained yes
terday afternoon at a charmingly ar
ranged bridge party.' This is the first
of a series of parties which Mrs. Park
er will give In the near future.
Mrs. W. T. Matchette entertained yes
terday afternoon at bridge in honor of
Mrs. James McKelvey, of Kansas City,
Sometimes a minute
is of extreme import
ance. Tour watch should
be true to the record. If
it's not, something is
wrong. Let us examine
your watch. - Watch re
pairing is our specialty.
0 GREATER EL PASO'S -J01 1
fRATEST SWe STORE f ' JfS I
5 HO El r.nMhAti y 'Em I
Strap Ties and Pumps,
Trost & Trost. The main floor will be
entered from a large porch into a re
ception hall, which opens into a parlor.
To the rear of these is the matron's
suite, and five other bedrooms, linen
room, bathroom, and screened porch.
The third floor contains a wide cor
ridor, bed rooms, two bathrooms and
a domitory, where girls out of work
or on very low wages may 'be cared for
at minimum cost.
The English basement contains a
large dining room with brick fireplace,
pantry, kitchen, boiler, fuel and serv
ants' room and laundry. This floor will
be half above ground, giving good
light and ventilation. "
The roof garden will afford a delight
ful place for summer social evenings
and for sleeping out of doors. The lots
upon which this building Is to be erect
ed are within walking distance of the
El Paso needs this home for its busi
ness girjs, and the solicitors expect the
people to open their hearts and purses
and do their best, when any one of
these committees approach them.
BURGLARS CAUGHT AT
BISBEEj OTHER BISBEE NEWS
BIsbee, Ariz., Jan. 26. Two burglars
were caught while trying to force open
the door of Tovera's flat in Lowell, yes
terday morning. When deputy sheriff
Norton and a watchman appeared on the
scene, the men resised arrest, Norton
falling down two flights of stairs fight
ing with his prisoner. The "burglars
were finally subdued and taken to 3ail-
A sensation has been aroused here at
the calling of an extraordinary session
of the gjTand jury in this county by
United States district attorney Joseph H.
Frank Briggs, president of the Red
Mountain Development company, has
left Bisbee with several men to work
in the mines of his company. Briggs has
a shaft down 60 feet, which is in schist
and lime. The ore is said to carry gold,
silver and copper.
A rich strike of ore has been made re
cently on the Princess property, con
troled by the Empire company, at the
depth of 100 feet.
Professor O'Hara, an old time light
weight English boxer, is in this city
from Los Angeles and assumed his du
ties as boxing instructor at the Y. M.
Clarence E. "Wittig, connected with the
Copper Queen in this city, was married
to Miss Marie Hastings, of El Paso,
Tex., who arrived here Sunday.
The Canyon Stars defeated the Lowell
United by a score of 3 to 1 in the sec
ond game of the association football
league played at the "Warren park.
EL PASO MAN BUYS
MORE PANHANDLE CATTLE.
Dalharf, Tex., Jan. 26. J. H. Gruner,
one of the largest and most progress
ive farmers of Hansford county, has
sold out all his range cattle to S. G.
Ward, of El Paso county, and will
devote all his range land to sheep.
Mr. Gruner has purchased 5000 head
of sheep In New Mexico and has ar
"remged to have them brought overland
to hisange. The sheep Industry Is
makinsr nn'mwul strides in the eastern
and northeastenl portions of the Pan
Less Tre forset, JeU's Tceep our money
at home and still gt the best, Globe
$1.70 liim I
$2,65' lm (,'JI I
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My pipe and I arc comrades true
He cheers me when I'm feeling: liluej
And when he's feeling cold and grim
I set him smoking- -with a -vim.
When he's with me I seem to see
Fair visions of sure victory;
Great things in store for me and mine,
With fortune waiting on the line.
Sometimes he sends a purple mist
From out his howl, by heaven kissed,
Which, as it rises, softly seems
The very fount of lovely dreams;
Parties and Dances Of a
Pleasing Nature, Numerous
Mrs. D. E. Scofield and Charles Brown
entertained a Sunday school class of lo
boys of the First .Baptist church last
evening at the home of Mrs. Courtney
Camp. Games were provided for the
amusement of the young people, delight
ful refreshments served a'nd a general
good time enjoyed.
Miss Bessie Compton entertained at a
delightfully informal party on Monday
evening at the home of her sister, Iwrs.
J. M. Clark, of Wyoming street The
affair was complimentary to Miss Camp
ion's guest. Miss Jack Bringhurst, who
Will soon leave for her home in Alex
andria, La. .
The hostess was assisted in entertain
ing her guests by her mother, Mrs. M.
Various games were among the diver
sions of the evening, the prizes being
won byMiss Bringhurst, and Ralph
Henderson. A tent pitched in the hall
way and occupied by a gypsy fortune
teller, who prophesied the future for the
young guests, added much to the enjoy
ment of the affair. The guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark, Misses
Adine Noake. Lillian Lindsey, Janie
T.inrteatr Tthpi "RroTVTi Helen Newell:
L Messrs.' Ralph Henderson, James Curtis,
W. P. Fraser, Britton uavis, omgieiuu,
Douglas Gifford, Billie "Wilson, J. R.
Kilpatrick, Henry Schaffer, Dr. J. M.
Ridley, Hatton, Lee Davis.
An event that is being looked forward
to with interest by the younger social
set. Is the dance to be given Thursday
evening at the Country club, by Miss
Ruth Coleman, in honor of her cousin,
Miss Florence Leiper, of Little Rock,
Mrs. J. E. Tryon was given quite an
agreeable surprise on Monday night in
honor of her birthday, her daughters,
Mrs Theo. Machold and Mrs. Hayes
Miller having .invited several of the
neighbors and friends to spend the even
ing at their home, at 619 Noble street
The excellent music, both vocal and in
strument!, furnished "by Miss Irma Chit
tendon, was a special feature of the oc
casion and was greatly appreciated. The
delicious refreshments served by Mr.
and Mrs. Machold were greatly enjoyed.
Luncheons and Dinners Are
Among Social Festivities
Mrs. R. F. Campbell entertained at an
elaborately appointed luncheon on Sat
urday in honor of Mrs. H B- Robison,
who left Sunday to join her husband in
Mobile, Ala. Red was the effective color
emphasized in the decorations, which
were both unique and original.
Handsome doilies of cluny lace were
used on the table, throwing Into relief
the brilliant red and goldof the exqui
A tiny red azelia tree, resting upon a
reflector, occupied the central position
on the table around which dainty fern
leaves wrought a delicate tracery. Ex
tending from the azelia branches to the
table were ropes of smilax, forming a
most effective decoration.
Silver candlesticks wren red candles
were used upon the luncheon table,
while the cut glass candelabra, placed
upon sideboards and mantels, made the
scene most alluring.
The ice course was served in the form
of red popples, set in plates of green ; an elaborately appointed dinner, given
spun candy. Those enjoying this charm- j in honor of the. officers of the 19th ln
ing affair were: Mrs. H. B. Robison, i fantry.
El Paso Continues
Miss Hattie Schatzkey, who has been 1
visiting rabband Mrs. M. Zielonka, will
leave Saturday for her home in San An
She will be accompanied by Miss Ke
gina Zielopka, of Cincinnati, who has
also been the guest of rabbi and Mrs.
Miss Olga "Womack, of Taylor, Tex..
Is the charming house guest of Mrs. B.
M. "Worsham. She will spend several
Mr. and Mrs. J. Applegate, who are
well known St Louis people, are spend
ing the winter in the city and have taken
a home at 1113 Boulevard.
Dr. H E. Stevenson left Sunday to at
tend the Mexico medical convention, be
ing held this week at Aguascalientes.
He will be absent a week.
Mrs. Heber Page arrived today from
Dallas to be the guest for a few weeks
of Mrs. Z. T. White.
Mr. and Hrs. Van C. Wilson have re
turned from Abilene, Tex... where they
went to attend the marriage of Miss Fay
Wilson. Thev also visited Mrs. Wil
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Pool,
of Cameron, Tex.
Mrs. W. T. Hixson Is again quite ill,
her friends will regret to learn.
J. C. Huff, of 414 San Jose street,
Highland Park, arrived home this
morning from Lordsburg, N. M.. where'
he has been for some time on business.
And In its varied shapes of srrace
Reveals at last one treasured face
That some day I shall hope to see
The partner of my pipe and me!
She whom I vred, when she doth know
v he hath kept ihat flame aglow
That In my heart hath known no end,
Will not be Jealous of my friend;
Hut, as we sit and sweetly dream
Before the twilight ember's gleam,
In those glad days of loverhood,
Will love as I my briernood!
Mrs. Fernando C. Searle was "at
home" Monday afternoon at her charm
ing new residence on the Boulevard,
when she received a number of her
She was assisted by her mother, Mrs.
E. W. S. Neff, and" guest Mrs. Freder
ick Symons. The table from which
chocolate, coffee and sandwiches were
served was presided over by Mrs. C. J.
Maple and set with sparkling cut glass,
china, and silver. The floral adorn
ments were pink carnations and ferns.
A genuine surprise party, the kind
that surprises, was given by the friends
of W. S. Clark at his home, 513 Upson
avenue, Monday evening. January 24
was the 25th anniversary of Mr. Clark's
arrival on this sphere and with the as
sistance of his mother, Mrs. G. F. Clark,
the boys at the joint warehouse, where
Mr. Clark is G., H. & S. A. accountant,
planned an old fashioned surprise party
for him Monday evening. Clark was
not in on the game and knew nothing
of the carefully planned party until
the joint bunch, accompanied by a num
ber of Mr. Clark's friends, marched in
It being Mr. Clark's 25th birthday an
niversary, there were exactly 25 per
sons present, one of the many carefully
planned details of the boys at the joint
warehouse. Mr. Clark received a num
ber of beautiful presents Including a
pair of diamond set cuff buttons, the
gift of boys at the joint warehouse.
Since receiving them Clark has refused
to roll up his sleeves while at work
work over the G. H. accounts for fear
of losing one of the presents from his
Those who participated in the sur
prise party were: Misses Estelle Levy,
Ethel Simpson, Bertha Cohen, Mrs. G.
F. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark,
Mrs. Phil Smith, Messrs. J. J. Wallwork,
J. C. Wallwork, A. O. Lewis, Hugh
Dunn, R. P. Cloud. F. T. Foley, R. E.
Brinson, G. W. Click, "vT.rR. Dorris, J. R.
Galliver, F. A. Reynolds, L. S. Revls,
F. S. Hardiker, George Butler, D. C
Johnson, Charles Schnaibel, A. Cron
bach, H. H. Corbin.
Mrs. H. A. MacGruder, Mrs. E. S. Ewing,
Mrs. H. E. Stevensson, Mrs. w. H. -Bryan,
Mrs. I. A. Shedd, Mrs. R- B. Ho
man, Mrs. J. D. Love, Mrs. G. A. Thur
man, Mrs. W. H. Elliott Mrs- P. J. Rce.
Mrs. F. A. Hodge entertained Monday
afternoon at' a 5 oclock tea, in honor of
Miss Margaret Priddy, who is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. R, F. Harvey. A
story telling contest wa9- one of the
pleasing features of the afternoon's en
joyment. "Willard Burton and E. H. Lingo en
tertained at a delightful dinner Monday
evening at the Harvey house in honor
of Mrs. Katy Marr. The table from
which the eight course dinner was
served, was attractively decorated with
pink carnations and ferns.
Lieut. Rueben Taylor entertained
Monday evening at the Harvey house at
For Many Visitors
Rev. "William P. McNary, of Toring
ton, Wyo., is in the city visiting his sons,
J. G. McNary. and John McNary, and his
daughter, Mrs. H. T. Bowie.
Dr. McNary is a retired Presbyterian
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bailey have mov
ed from their home in East El Paso to
333 West Missouri street.
Mrs. J, W". Post Is enjoying a visit
from her brother, Edward La Croix, of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashton are re
cent arrivals in the city from New Mex
ico, and will locate in El Paso perman
ently. They have taken a home on Tula
rosa street in Highland Park.
Mrs. W. C. Dearlng, of Chihuahua,
has been a guest of the Orndqrff the
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Parker and
Mrs. C. R. Shelden returned yesterday
morning from a. delightful trip to the
City of Mexico and adjacent points.
A. O. Snyder and sister, Miss Flora
Snyder, returned today from a fort
night's visit in California.
Mrs C. S. Pickrell willVeturn tomor
row from Terrell, Texr, where she has
been visiting her parents.
Mrs. Alfred F. Orner'Is very sick at
Mrs. C. A. Fox will entertain infor-
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The only near-and-far glasses
tnat can oe mversauy worn afc enter
without discomfort, and without JT ridiculous habit,
wear like pban glassesbut give Our ER.YPTOKS cure it.
you perfect double service
Let's talk it over. It will be worth your wUile.
El Paso Optical Co.
J. B. Segall, Examining Optician
Pioneer Plaza " Established 1901 El Paso, Texas
mally Saturday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Charles Huff of Denver.
Miss Margaret Friday, of Virginia, is
the charming guest of her sister, Mrs.
R. F. Harvey.
Mrs. M. Grahame, Rae Grahame, Mrs.
M. C. Tracy, of 333 "West Msourt
street, have left for Los Angeles, where
they expect to make their future, home.
J. R. Gamhle, of Mimia university,
Oxford, Ohio, has arrived in the city
and will make his home at 333 "West
Missouri street for the winter.
Jb. WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS. 4
The Shakspere Reading club will
meet next week with Mrs. C. H. Camp
hell, 1212 North Kansas street.
The music department of the "Wo
man's club held a delightful meeting
this afternoon at the residence of the
chairman, Mrs. "W. R. Brown.
4. WEDDINGS. 4
A wedding of Interest to a large num
ber of El Pasoans was that of Miss
Fay "Wilson, which occurred on Jan. 5
in Abilene, Texas.
The wedding was a brilliant church
affair, the bride being attended by her
sister, Mrs. J. A. Murdock, as matron
of honor, and five bridesmaids.
Miss Wilson has visited in El Paso a
number of times and has here a large
circle of friends. She is a sister of Van
C. "Wilson, and Mrs. J. A. Mvrdock, of
this city, and a cousin of Mrs. W. R.
The groom is an attorney of Abilene,
Texai, where they will make their
Globe Fluur, best by test,
and the payroll In El Paso.
Catch It Lose It.
No wonder you've got a cold! When
it is warm one day and cool the next.
What you ought to do- is keep a box of
White's Cold Tablets on hand. Take a
tablet when you feel a cold coming on
don't wait till it's fully developed and
will take longer to cure. There's only
one remedy for a cough White's White
Pine and Tar. These aren't ordinary
patent medicines. Thev're our own pre
scriptions and back of them is our
standing in El Paso.
Scott White & Co.,
Oregon St. Just Below the Postoffice.
'San Francisco St.
-the way we do it
Less ive forget, let's keep our money
tit home and still st the best. Globs
Stoves That Cook
We Are Exclusive Agents
Cor. Texas and Stanton Sts.
YOU have seen dignified peo
ple duck their heads and
roll their eyes upward io
peer over their eyeglass lenses at
linings too far away to focus,
Clergymen read from manu
script, duck and. peer at the con
gregation. Lawyers read impres
sive sections from the code., duck
and peer at the jury. Business
men engaged with correspondence,
AND ALL ,
Must Be Sold
The Regulating of a Piano
Is distinct from the Tuning- Action
regulating is necessary to preserve the
musical and mechanical qualities of a
piano. For the finest tuning and reg
W. D. ROBINSON,
Bell PhOHe 2423. 2020 Oklakea St.
Ko. t Little Plaza
er and manufac
turer; all shades;
You'll be surprlsea at the results yo
will get from a small want, rent or
for sale .d in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
15. Auto 1115 and iH the girf-