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EL PASO. HERALD
Saturday, January 29, 1910.
I iSTEklv WITHOUT
The only near-and-far glasses
that can be universally worn
without discomfort, and without
that suggestively "old" appear
ance. Bifocals that look and
wear like p'-ain glasses, but give
you perfect double service.
OU have seen tHgniried peo
ple duck their lfeads and
roll tiieir eyes upward, to
peer over their eyeglass lenses at
things 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 witfli correspondence,
duck and peer at entering visitors.
It is a solemnly ridiculous habit,
Our KRYPTOKS cure it.'
The Question Of Moods
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Let's talk it over. It mil be worth your while.
EI Paso Optical Co.
J. B. Segall, Examining Optician
Pioneer Plaza Established 1901 El Paso, Texas
Visitors To El Paso and Ei
Pasoans Away Are Numerous
Mrs. John S. Aldehoss, of Dallas, will
'soon arrive to visit Mrs. W. H. Aus
tin. Mrs. Aldehoss has visited in El
Paso a number of times, and has here
Mrs. A. E. Matchette arrived Thurs
day morning' from Kansas City to visit
her son and daughterlnlaw, Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Matchette.
Judge Peyton J. Edwards leaves this
evening' for a week's trip to St. Louis.
Mrs. McClelland and little daughter,
of St. Louis, have returned to El Paso
to reside permanently. They have been
the guests of Mrs. Tod Moore.
S C. Edwards, -who has been visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ed
wards, of North El Paso street, has re
turned to his home In California.
Mrs. S. R. Sims has as her guests
lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gray,
of Americas, Ga. They will spend sev
eral "weeks here.
Judge and Mrs. A. B. Fall will re
turn to the city Friday from a few
days' stay at their ranch at Three Riv
ers, N. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Paxton have
gone to Oklahoma City, for a visit of
several weeks with their daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. R. H. Carnal, who has been for
several months the guest of her sister,
Mrs. A. H. Butler, left the first of the
week 'for her home in Kew Orleans, La.
Mrs. J. Donohue had as her guests
last week, -Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hodgins, of Topeka, Kan., who were en
route to California.
Miss Jeanette Anderson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Anderson, is en
joying a delightful trip abroad, in com
pany with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Thatcher, of Denver. They
will take the Mediterranean trip, and
will later tour France In automobiles,
being absent some six months.
Mrs. X. V. Nixon, of Aguascallentes,
Mexico, is In the city on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. J. M. Perett, of 2405 Ala
bama street, for six weeks. Mrs. Perett
has also received a visit from her father,
A. Perett, of Patagonia, A. T., who has
been here for the last six months and
has just returned to his home.
Mrs. C. E. Zahn, of 709 Wheeling ave
nue, is moving down to her Nevada
street home today.
(By Mabel S. Dyer.)
Why should your isadnetfH
Mar another's gladness?
liifc is so brief.
Rather should your Kindness
Dispel another's sadness;
Then Life would he complete.
(By Archibald Cromble.)
Varied the moods are of the mighty sea,
And of that ancient wayfarer, the wind,
Yet few compared witfe that Infinity
Of moods the human mind!
Tacky larty and Dance
Are Leading Social Featuaes
EXDED LIFE BECAUSE XO OXE i MANY' NEW FA3IILIES
WOULD TAKE HIS MONEY LOCATE IN HOSTVELL.
Strange Development In the Mysterious
Suicide of C. C. Maloney on a
Santa Fe Central Train.
Santa Fe, N. M-, Jan. 29. Further de
velopments in the mysterious suicide of
C C. Maloney, alias A. D. Boling, which
occurred on a New Mexico Central train,
between Santa Fe ;and Corona, just after
Maloney had drawn $2500 from the Cap
ital City bank, indicate that Maloney
took strychnine because no one would
accept the monej. He tried to give it to
the train conductor and when the con
ductor refused he asked for a knife to
pull the cork out of a bottle, which,
it was found .later, contained the strycl
nlne. He tried to give the wad of green
backs to others wno all refused and he
then took the poison which resulted In
his death. The money is now in a bank
here to await the decision of the court
as to its ownership.
Adjutant general R. A. Ford has com
missioned Capt- George E. "WIckham,
first lieutenant Paul Scott and second
lieutenant Arthur Wickham, officers to
commands the new National Guard com
pany at Albuquerque to be known as
Company G of the first regiment of infantry-
Mall Saclc Mysteriously Disappears and
Postoffice Inspectors Are Now
Roswell, N. M., Jan. 29. According
to superintendent Brashear families
from 2, different stages have moved to
Roswell. during the past six months
and placed their children in the public
schools of RoswelL
Some time during the fore part of
last Decembei a mail pouch disap
peared on the run between Roswell
and Clovis. Its loss is said to hav
been discovered several weeks later
and inspectors Smith and T)olan, of
Denver, are here trying to get some
clue to the mystery.
Rev. H. Van Valkenburgh" pastor
of the First Methodist Episcopal
church, of Roswell, is holding a series
of evangelistic services, assisted by a
chorus choir- -J
Call Bell 115. Aulo 1115?- tell what
you wish to b'y. sell or rent and Tha
Herald will do the rest.
Mrs. Addie Frankel was the hostess
on 'Wednesday evening at a most unique
and enjoyable affair, in the nature of
a tacky party.
Dancing was the feature of the
evening, the Country club orchestra
furnishing the music. Very handsome
prizes were given to those displaying
the greatest originality in the matter
The prize for the young women a
bar pin of sapphires and pearls, went
to Miss Delia Moye.
The men's prize a heavy gold pencil
was won "by Sidney Mayer.
The refreshments were se'rved in a
very novel fashion. Small baskets con
taining luncheon for two were passed
to the guests, who seated- themselves
on the floor in regular picnic style for
the repast. Punch was dispensed dur
ing the evening, and was served from
Thursday evening, the social club of
students in Draughon's school gave an
entertainment in honor of their friends,
the program being well arranged and
carried out to the pleasure of those at
tending. The program was
String music, by St. Mary's school
orchestra, composed of Misses Nellie
Ludwig, Kitty Burckell, Nona Wilson,
Winnie Fitzgerald, Nola Young and
Master Elmer Delany.
Address Charles L. Owens.
Reading (The Spirit of the Rain,
'from Love Letters of a Musician). Mrs.
Bethoven's Moonlight sonata Miss
Recitation "Rustic Logic." Miss Alice
Pugilistic combat Henry Hester and
Mart Anthony, S. M. Thompson referee.
Reading Miss Ethel Ashford.
Vocal duet Mrs. J. G. Kenan and
Miss Nil Kenan.
Journal R. F. Davis.
Music by string band.
A delightful affair of the week, en
joyed by the younger social set, was
the dance given Thursday evening at
the Country club by Miss Ruth Cole
man. The affair was complimentary
to Miss Coleman's cousin, Miss Flor
ence Leiper, of Little Rock, Ark. The
beauty of the club rooms was further
accentuated t by the artisric decoration
of ferns and violets.
Potted ferns were grouped through
out the club rooms and violets were
scattered over the refreshment tables
in graceful abandon. A two course
luncheon followed the dance, and punch
was served throughout" the evening.
Among the visiting girls in attend
ance were: Misses Lena Fletcher,
Kathrine Coles and Olga Wornack.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hodg- of 519 Fed
eral street. Highland Parx, on last Tues
day, the 25th, in commeration of their
20th marriage anniversary, celebrated
their china wedding, and were the re
cipients of many beautiful and handsome
presents. Instrumental and vocal music,
together with refres'iBen.s were in
dulged in until a late hour.
An" Informal reception was given last
evening by Miss Kathrine Warren and
Miss J. Mitchell, at 1011 North El Paso
strtet. Piano, violin and vocal solos were
the feature of the evening, the vocolists
being Miss Marguerette Hatten and Miss
Elsie Turner, the violinist, Herbert Her
man; piano accompanist. Miss fC Warren.
The house was decorated with carna
tions and ferns. Games followed the
singing in which the principal feature
was a caricature sketchng contest, the
cards being previously decorated by R.
Mitchell. Refreshments were served and
a general good time enjoyed by all those
On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Mary
Briesh entertained her friends in the j
Pythian hall. Music, singing and other j
forms of amusement made the time pass
pleasantly. A dainty lunch was serveu.
The tables were beautifully decorated
with ferns and carnations. After the
reception the hostess sent the flowers to
her sick and shut In friends.
Those present "were Mesdames Maloney.
Horner. O'Meara. Kelly, Fletcher, Pow
ers, Cassidy, Carr. Herapel, Rlckstatter,
Sterm Cotter, Quesnel. Slater, Switzer,
Truesdale, Cody, Collins, Stilas, Spcer
nian, Winiker; Misses Gallagher, Fin
negan, Olga and Pearl-Briesh.
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if it needs cleaning. Most likely
that's the reason it 'has been losing
time lately. Step in and let U3
look it oxer. We are experts in
watch repairing. All our work is
guaranteed, and our charges are
always the lowest.
A. J. FULLAN, 219 San Antonio Si.
Stoves That Cook
Bridge Continues To Help
Entertain the Society Folk
Mrs. "W. H. Bryan entertained Thurs
day afternoon at the second of a series
of bridge parties, to be given during
A novel and pleasing feature of the
affair was that a prize was provided for
each of the six tables of players. A
dainty salad course was served from
the small tables.
Mrs. Z. T. White will entertain next
week in honor of her cousin. Mrs. Heber
Page, of Dallas. The day haa not yet j
been decided upon.
Mrs. William Glasgow entertained
very Informally at two tables of bridge
on Monday evening for her guest, Mrs.
J. P. Wade, wife of Capt. Wade, of
the second cavalry. Mrs. Wnde is en
route to join her husband and will sail
early in February for the Philippines.
Mrs. C. N. Sheldon, of Kansas City,
was the guest of honor last evening at
a delightful bridge party at which Mrs.
James H. Parker was tne hostess.
American beauty Toses placed
throughout the apartments developed
a beautiful color motif, while south
ern smilax entwining mantles and chan
deliers harmonized effectively with the
Nine tables were placed for the play
ers and following the games a delic
ious three course menu was served.
Mrs. Morris Parker entertained Wed
nesday evening' at the second of a
series of bridge parties.
ual heart-shaped cakes and fruit nec
tar. Mrs. Thurston was assisted in en
tertaining her guests by Mrs. Harry
Charles Brown and Mrs. George Aitken.
Those present were Mrs. Bessie N.
Nuckolls, Mrs. Jessie Walker, Mrs. Dins
more, Mrs. Robertson. Mrs. J. C. Wall
work, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Estes, Miss
Rosa Well, Mrs. Harper, Mrs. Aitken,
Mrs. L. D. Hicks, Mrs. Gordan. Mrs.
Phelan, Mrs. Isleman, Mrs. Lucy E. Jor
dan and Mrs. Hal.
The Woman's club directors will hold
a meeting next Tuesday morning at 10
Mrs. Alice Applewhite and T. C. Bond
were married Tuesday evening in the
presence of a few friends at the iiome
of Rev. R. T. Hanks on -Arizona street,
Dr. Hanks officiating. The newly
wedded couple will make their home in
this city, on the Boulevard.
Mrs. C. E. McClintock announces the
engagement of her daughter, Frances
Marion, to Ernest W King, of Terre
Haute, Ind. The wedding will take
place on February 26 at Jacksonville,
111., where the bride has been for some
time visiting her sister, Mrs. Thomas
The bride has here many friends,
having spent most of her life in El
Paso and attended school here. She
is a sister of Mrs. A. J. Fraser of this
city. The groom lived in El Paso a
number of years ago and was con
nected with the W. T. Hixson company.
The young couple will make their home
in Terre Haute, Ind.. where the groom
Is engaged in the jewelry business.
J. C. Luckett will leave Sunday for
Sabinal, Tex., where he will be married
early next week to Miss Elsie Johnson,
of that place, the ceremony to occur in
the Catholic church there.
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$ LUNCHEONS. 4.
Mrs. H. E. Runkle entertained re
cently at a charmingly appointed
luncheon in honor of Miss Iduna
Hughes. The guests -who enjoyed this
pleasant affair were: Misses Ruth
Coleman, Fann2e Blakesly, Mary I.
Stanton, Myra Prater, Mrs. Elizabeth
Miss Elsie Lurkins will entertain
Tuesday with a Mexican luncheon, in
honor of Miss Josephine Eddings, who
Is the charming house g"uest of Miss
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Six tables of players enjoyed the
fascinating games. Pink prevailed in
the artistic decorations, and was
brought out with a profusion of chrys
anthemums, the entire effect being
charming and beautiful. Following the
games dainty refreshments were served.
Mrs. Fernando VJ. Searle entertained I
Thursday afternoon at a charmingly in- !
formal bridge 1 party of three tables j
when only her married friends were in
vited In the guest list.
The event was in honor of Mrs. Fred
erick Symons. of Toronto, Canada, who
is Mrs. Searle's guest. Mrs. William
Glasgow was the skilful player who se
cured the first prize.
The table from which refreshments
were served was daintily arranged
with lace doilies, cut glass and silver,
the beautiful wedding presents of Mrs.
Searle. Carnations formed the floral
Mrs. M. O. Wright will entertain on
Pohrnnir A- Vi.I1a rofTr ciittiIa-
mented by a shower in honor of Miss
Laura Townsend, whose marriage to
George xl. Le Baron occurs In the early
The Thursday Bridge club will be
entertained next week by Mrs. J. Dono
hue. The Wednesday Bridge club will be
entertained next week by Mrs. James
L. Marr. Mrs. Ralph Loomis was the
Contract Let for Garbage
Crematory, Sewers and
Chihuahua, Mex., Jan. 29. This city
is letting a contract to Cia. Bancaria de
Fomento y Bienos Ralces S. A of
Mexico City, to build a garbage cre
matory here and to extend the city's
outfall sewer 550 meters.
The same contracting comnanv is
now putting in 22 kilometers of "new
sewers and 24 kilometers of water
mains in this city and has the contract
to put down 20,000 square meters of
asphalt pavement on some of the prin
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Formed Among the Fair Sex
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The rpcrnlar hl-monthlv meeting of
the music department of the Woman's
club was held Wednesday afternoon at
'the residence of the chairman ,Mrs. W.
Preceding the program Mrs. Brown
spoke of the coming concert by Ellen
A. F. Sivers was the first on the
program Wednesday afternoon and gave
three charming piano numbers: Solfeg
gletts, Bach;Consolation, Arensky, and
Sherzot Cleve. Gounod's opera, "Romeo
and Juliette," was the study of the aft
ernoon and was given under the di
rection of Miss Adella J. Morgan as
Paper French Composers
. Miss Florence Barnes
Sj'nopsis of the opera "Romeo and
Juliette" Miss Morgan
Page's Song- Miss Amy Schutz
Violin Fantaisie H. H. Miller
Ange Adorable Capt. Van Surdam (
"O Sight Divine"
Mrs. Parvin Witte. Mr. Miller.
Levetoi Soleil Capt. Van Surdam
(a) Nuptial music.
(b) Prelude Miss Ethel Walz
Valsp Arietta Mrs. J. J. Kaster
Following the program Mrs. Slevers
gave an interesting talk.
The Letter and Art department of the
Woman's club will meet Wednesday
afternoon in' the club rooms- The fol
lowing program will be ' given under
the direction of the chairman :
"Ideals' of Puritan Homes and
Jdeals of Modern Homes
Mrs. j. E. Townsend
Woman's Suffrage and the Results
"Where Gained... Miss Myra Winkler
The Daughters of thtf Ajnerlcan Rev
olution wilf give a reception on Feb
ruary S. frnrv .1 r i.n.Vlr in lif rap-
lars of the Elks' club. The affair
promises to be one of unusual Interest
and will be In the hands of the hos
tesses of the day: Mrs "W- S. Tilton,
Mrs. W. H. Broad dus. Mrs. F. C. Earle,
Mrs. Lucile Wagner Brady, Mrs. Park
Pitman, Misses Liyie and Mazie Cole.
The women of the First Church of
Christ Scientists wee charmingly en
tertained by Mrs. Thos. A. Thurston at
her home in Highland Park" Thursday
afternoon. A delicious salad course
with coffee and chocolate was served,
after which came dainty little individ-
"The Right Use of Influence," at 11
a. m. t
"Christianity as Related to Money,"
7:45 p. m.
"Recessional," anthem, 11 a. m.
Solo, Mr. McKenzie. 11 a. m.
"Holy Art Thou," (the Largo), 7:45
You are cordially invited. Strangers
made to feel at home. Help us to make
last Sunday In January the best.
Let us show you how to dress your
hair in the latest style. Elite parlors,
No. 1 Liftle Plaza
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beginning Monday, January 31st, Miss Adelaide
McCauiey will give free fittings and exploit the
beauty and merits of the 1910 "Redfern" Models.
As you know, "Red fern" Models are a full
step in advance of any other corset either of
American or foreign make. - -5
Miss McCauiey will be pleased to meet you
and demonstrate to your entire satisfaction the
superiority ofccRedfern Whalebone 'Corsets." She
is a special representative of the company making
these Corsets, and as her time is necessarily
limited we ask that the women in El Paso give
her a small portion of their time.
We assure you that you will obtain knowledge
in regard to Corsets that is possible only on an
occasion of this kind.