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Saturday, March 5, 1910.
In Social Circles
Let XAi Smile
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FOR THE MISSES AND CHILDREN
Easter Pumps and zOde Straps for the little folks, just hatched? Well, not ex
actly, but they did undergo a process of our own designing and building up for
the best requirements of children's growing feet, as the beautiful and extensive
line which we have just received and which we are now showing in its full com
pleteness will easily testify. "We have th em in Patent Leather, Gun Metal, Vici
Kid and White Oanvas, ranging in price as follows:
Infants' sizes, d S f J Off
frim 1 to 5 fpl.UUto $.&D
Children's sizes; f ? Kffc
from 5 to S tpl.Oto diDU
from Sl-2 to 11.
from 111-2 to 2.
Misses' and ladies'
sizes from 2 to 6
GREATER EL PASO'S
9 GREATEST SHOE STORE
JL51JPF- nnMPANY? -
No. 1 Little Plaza
Corsets $1 up
Dept. in charge of
WANT ADS BY TELEPHONE.
The Herald has arranged to take
want ads by phone. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock daily. Tour
ad -will be received, inserted promptly
and collected ror ne.t Jav.
Mrs. T. F. Kimbell very charmingly
entertained the members of the "Wed
nesday Bridge club this week, at her
home on Nevada street. In addition to
club members, Mrs. Kimbell also ex
tended her hospitality to a number of
guests. The house was attractively
decorated with red carnation and ferns
and a dainty salad course followed the
games. The guests present were:
Mesdames C. N. Shelden, Morris Parker,
James Parker, E. M. Bray, J. H. Grant,
Z. L Cobb, A. H. Butler, J. E. Bowen,
T. W. Elson, E. G. Minder, J. W. Car
ter. Mrs. P. H. Brown and Miss Hat tie
May Loretz assisted the hostess in entertaining.
Mr. H. E. Christy will be the next
hostess for the Thursday Bridge club.
A delightful social affair of the
week was tlje bridge party given yes
terday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Lula
Hasam Montmorency, of Mexico City,
at which Mrs. "Winston Pettus was the
Yellow and green was the attractive
The thlnFT that rocs the farthest tow
aril making life north Yihlle,
That costs the least and does the mo
st, in just a pleasant smile,
The smile that bubbles from a heart
that loes its fellow men
Will drive away the cloud of sloonx
and coax the sun again,
Iff full of worth and goodness, too, w
ith manly kindness blent
It's worth a million dollars, and does
n't cost a cent.
Women's Clubs and Societies
Active During the Past Week
The music department of the "Wo
man's club will meet on Wednesday,
March 9, at the residence of Mrs. "W. R.
Brown. The opera will be Ambroise
Thomas's "Mlgnon" and the program in
charge of Mrs. D. "W. Tucker.
1. Synopsis of the opera "Mignon"
2. Overture to opera
Miss Gertrude Ellis
3. Soothed Is Now Thy Sorrow
E. J. Evans
4. Rondo Gavotte
Mrs. Courtney Camp
5. Duo Je sius heureuse -
Mrs. Tucker. Mr. Rhein.
6. Knowest Thou the Land
Mrs. W. "W. Evans
7. Romanza ,T. E. Rhein
8. Duo "Sofferto hai tu"
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evans.
9. Polonaise Mrs. J. J. Pearce
10. Miss Florence Comfort will sing a
song from Rigolette-
The "El Paso Day" program by the
Woman's club on "Wednesday was a
pronounced success, as wu- n-j plate
shower" gven 'o the club, bv -he mem
bers i.nd tTJosts in honor of the dibs
sixteenth birthdav anniversary. Each
piate was dat'iry ami pretty. Two
especially beautiful ones were hand
painted, the work of the donors, Mes
dames L. L. Mundy and Alice C. Thomp
son. The musical numbers by Prof.
Dewey, who resided in El Paso in '94-95,
and Francis Moore, were very heartily
encored bv the appreciative audience.
Catchy ballads were charmingly in
terpreted by Miss Gertrude Ellis.
In a very able paper Mrs. J. Lu Dwyer
told of the past history of El Paso and
the development of its commercial life
from the days of "Wagon freight trains
to the present splendid railway facili
ties. Mrs. E. Kohlberg sketched most In
terestingly the educational growth of
El Paso and Mrs. "W. A. Winter closed
the program with a brilliant and most
Tumorous prophecy of El Paso 30 years
Mrs. F. S. Myer was elected a mem
ber of the club at the Tuesday directors'
Mrs. Winchester Cooley delightfully
entertained the Thursday Lunch club
this week at her home, "West Boule
vard. The club members were all in at
tendance and the affair unusually en
joyable. The table from which the five course
luncheon was served was attractively
decorated with narcissus and ferns.
Mrs. W. D. Howe will be the next
hostess for the club.
Mrs. Richard B. Stevens of Montana
street was hostess this week for the
Tuesday afternoon Reading club. This
club meets the first and third Tuesdays
in each month and was organized for
the purpose of studying the lives and
works of America's greatest writers.
The Shakspere Reading club will
meet next week at the home of Mrs. J.
E. Spence, 1020 Montana street.
The D. A. R. s will meet Tuesday aft
ernoon at the Elks' club.
After a business sessron an interest
ing program will be given and will be
followed by a social time.
Hrpemietropia is the technical name for
what is commonly called far sight.
In cases of hypermetropia the eyeball is too
Young people having this defect can usually
see perfectly, and because, of this, often neglect
their eyes, thinking that the eyes are not at fault,
although they suffer with headaches, inflamed
eyes, nervousness, etc.
Glasses are the only remedy. They relieve
the eyes from strain, and thus remove the pain
ful and injurious symptoms.
"We are perfectly equipped for examining the
eyes for glasses and for prescribing and grinding
the right lenses.
QTJS, WOES IS RELIABLE
Those wishing to have glasses fitted may
avoid delay by making appointments. Bell
phone 104. Automatic 1104.
flj J. R. SEGALL, EXAMINING OPTICIAN
H Pioneer Plaza. EL PASO, TEXAS Established 1901 H
' B Bell Phone 104; Auto 1104. S
ju niwRRs ivn r.TTrrrROS.
Mrs. James H. Parker entertained to
day af 1 oclock at an elaborate lunch
eon at the Harvey house. The affair
was complimentary to 12 of Mrs. Par
ker's friends, who have entertained for
her guest, Mrs. C. N. Shelden of Kan
Mrs. Shelden, who leaves for her home
next Tuesday, has been the Inspiration
for many charming social affairs dur
ing her visit.
The luncheon table was most attract
ively decorated with a mound of deli
cate glowing pink sweetpeas. Broad
bands of pink satin ribbon crossed the
tahle diagonally and formed immense
bows at the corners. The unique favors
were candies In the form of clusters of
grapes. The place cards held the fam
ily coat of arras.
V Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Benton gave an
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color plan chosen and was brought out
with dainty spring flowers.
Yellow jonquils were used through
out the apartments. Ferns entwined
the chandeliers, and the candles were
shielded with yellow shades. After the
games refreshments were daintily
The guest list included: Mesdames Z.
T. White, W. D. Wise, Frank Ainsa, H.
S. Beach, W.vR. Brown, W. H. Bryan,
R. F. Burges, W. H. Burges, J. F. Wil
liams, H. A. Carpenter, B. F. Wagner,
M. O. Wright, Walter Irwin, W. G.
Klutz, Frank Coles, Otis doles. James
Parker, Morns Parker, C. J. Dean, J.
L. Dyer, F. C. Earl, F. E. Hunter, Edgar
Fewel, C. N. Shelden, W. F. Payne, J.
"R Clrov 5 TT !iiiarlni1 T n. Uo-
1 ley, F. H. Seamon, William Judd.
Mrs. L.. J. Gilchrist will be the next
nosiess ior tne rnursaay nage ciud. i
The Corset Store
In addition to being El Paso's Exclusive Ready-to-"Wear
Store, we lay particular emphasis on the fact
that this is also "The Corset Store of El Paso."
This is no mere claim, but is-baeked up by actual
business done. We at all times are on-t3ie look
out ior everything that is new and sensible in cor
cts. The following lines give you a good idea of
licw well stocked is our Corset Section.
"Redfem" Whalebone Corsets
"Warner's Rust-Proof" Corsets
Celebrated "Bon-Ton" Corsets
"Boyal Worcester" Corsets
"Lily of France" Corsets
"Modart" Front-Lace Corsets
The last two makes etLily of France" and "Modart'' are recent acquisi
tions to our Gorset Department These are showiMn all the late models
and next week we -will make a special display of the "Modart" Front-Lace
models. You will find our Corset Section not only the most complete and
convenient in El Paso, but our expert corset fitter "Kill render you a.ser-
vice that cannot be found elsewhere in El Paso.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Oliver left
last Sunday for Santa Fe, where on
Monday evening they attended the in
augural ball. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver will
spend a month In Santa Fe, as the-
guests of Capt. and Mrs. A. S. Brooks, j
Capt. Brooks was formerly stationed
at Fort Bliss, with the 25th infantry,
but has recently been appointed aju
tant general of New- Mexico on the
Mrs. Douglas Stewart, of Hammond,
111., formerly of El Paso, Is m the city
visiting her mother, Mrs. Wood, and sis
ter, Mrs. Victoria Whltmer.
Mrs. C. N. Shelden, -Vho has been
the guest of Mrs. Morris Parker, and
Mrs. James Parker, the past two
months, will leave Tuesday for her
home in Kansas City.
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner have moved
into their charming new home on Mon
Mrs. W. B. Bull will leave Monday for
a month's visit in Fort Worth.
Mr. and Mrs. George Fuller Golden,
of New York, have sipartments at the
Brazos. Mr. Golden, who is a well
known dramatic writer, Is getting up
material for a new play -while here.
Mrs. C. R. Morehead, who has been
seriously ill for some time," is reported
' T. M. Conboy left Friday for Kansas
City, where he has been called on ac
count of the' serious illness of his
Capt. Franklin A. Lee arrived today
from Silver City to visit his daughter,
Mrs. William E. Mix.
Mrs. Mary A. Rogers will leave for
Denver Sunday evening, after having
spent several weeks with her daughter,
Mrs. J. E. Benton.
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Official Qpring ffpemn.
Begins Tuesday, March Eighth j
DR. ZIELOXICV TO ADDRESS
"Problems of 1910" will be the sub
ject of a lecture by rabbi Martin Zie
lonka at the Carnegie library, Sunday
at 3 oclock. Miss Bertha Stanhope of
New York City will sing. Admission
will be free. The lecture will mark the
first meeting of the Strangers' club, re
Our official opening each season is looked forward to by ike women of El Paso
with the greatest eagerness. The one scheduled for ike coming week eclipses any
former opening and, in fact, any similat occurrence ever held in the Southwest.
eA special feature of the opening next week will be the showing of a special im
portation of 100 exquisite Parisian models. These are the handsomest hats ever
JJ brought to the United States, and we believe patrons will appreciate the efforts
we have made to show them something well worth coming to see. Second in import
ance to the Parisian hats are 300 exclusive models from the foremost designers of
America. In short, our opening next week will afford a millinery display such as isi
rarely seen outside the largest metropolis.
Opening begins Tuesday and continues the bulance of the week.
The Madame Millinery Parlor, 613
Mesa. Hats remodeled and made to order.
We dont't exaggerate
when we say that our
opening will show more
models than all the com
bined millinery and de
partment stores in El
To miss our official
opening next week will be
for you to fail to see the
foremost authentic millin
ery models of the present