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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, March 12, 1910.
Many Card Parties
JW timer otis Mapp,
In Club Circles
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Fii'st of the Gr. H. Compound
Malletts Is Brought to
The first of the biff Mallet locomo
tives, No. 950, to be received for ser
vice on the El Paso division of the
G. H., arrived In El Paso th'is morning
"With engineer Fred Hadlock in the
cab, the mountain of machinery steamed
into the yards pulling 43 loaded cars.
It was taken poon after to -the G. H
roundhouse and has been inspected by
a largo number of railroad men today.
The engineer had more than the
usual amount of gratification today.
He brought in the big Mallet engine
jtnd when he got to town he learned
that a baby daughter had arrived at
his home while he was. coming in. He
in therefore stepping only on the high
The locomotive Is of the compound
prairie type, and mounted on its 12
driving wheels and two trailers, weighs
266,000 pounds. The tender" has a carry
ing capacity of 9000 gallons of -water
and 3100 gallons of oil. v
The engine is one of the largest in
dividual pieces of machinery that has
ever been driven into 'the local rail
way yards and has attracted consider-
able attention all along the line. It is
the first of ten to be. ordered by the
G. H. for freight service on the El
Paso division. A second locomotive of
the same type, has left the Baldwin
locomotive shops, -where it was built,
and is expected to be received within a
CONDUCTOR TO RIDE
AROUSD THE WORLD
Charles F. Cox, a former conductor
on the National Hallways of Mexico,
and now -interested in Mexico City
realty additions, and who also owns
property in El Paso, leaves tonight on
the Santa Fe for San Francisco, from
where he sails fori trip around the
world. He expects fo be absent a year,
during which time lie will visit the
Egyptian pyramids. He also expects to J
attend the Passion Play this summer
G. H. SHOP FORCE IS
NOW WORKING 10 HOURS
A 10 hour schedule went into effect
at the G. H. shops this morning. A nine
hour working period has been In force
for the past few months. The increase
of traffic and repair work Is stated to
ANOTHER ENGINE IN SERVICE
INTO T. P. SWITCH YARDS.
Texas & Pacific switch engine. No.
40, has been pressed Into service at the
terminal yards. Engineer E. Ellis and
fireman Jake Henderson are in the cab.
There is a rumor current that sev
eral additional car repairers are to be
assigned for work at the T. & P. ter
S. P. GETS STEEL CARS.
A number of steel passenger coaches
are being taken west by the S. P. They
ere to be used for service -n California
on the road's coast Uses.
HEAVY TRAVEL OX LI3IITED.
The Sunset limited on the G. H. went
west as a double header again this morn
TO WORK ON TRACK.
sent north this morning on ihe Santa J
Fe They are destined for railroad "work
at rarious poimts along the Santa Fe
MORE BRAKE3IAX OX T. P.
As a result of increased freight traf
fic on the T. P., six additional brake
men have been accepted for service.
They will run from El Paso to Toyah
and. are: F. H. Goodykuhns, Joseph 1
Reed, -I. B. Selsor, O. D. Engle and D.
J. McCabe. The first runs were made
yesterday. '""'e i
Monday marks the beginning ofthe biggest Easter bus
iness in tne history of the Galisber store. Evjery de
partment is full to overflowing with splendid spring
merchandise. To acquaint you, as early as possible,
with the many advantages of buying here, extra spe
cials are offered throughout the store. Those in the
Basement are as follows:
$2.00 HOUSE DRESSES $1.48
Women's One-Pdece Pespale .House
Dresses navy bhie ground -vit!i white
figures. They are made so it tak-es
but a minute to slip one on, in the
morning. They're carefully stitched
and finished so they'll nrear a long
time- And. besides all this, these axe
such neat, trim dresses. Sell regu
larly for $2.00; Extra d AQ
Special ilonday p JL oTlO
15c SILZOLINE 9c
Silk finished SiJrCoiiiie, 36 inches
vride, in a .great variety of pretty
patterns and attractive colorings.
Hegular price is 15c a yard; Q,
Extra Special Monday tC
Our Full Page Ad. in
the Fashion Section
mil prove interesting.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Samuel Shearer, traveling agent for
the Denver and. Rio Grande railway, and
C. T. Haynes, of the Southwestern, have
returned from a business trip :to Mex
ico. B- TV. Fitzgerald, assistant superin
tendent of the G. EL, has been called to
Cincinnati. O., on account of the death
of his mother.
R. M. Hoover, assistant superintend
ent of the El Paso division of the G.
H., returned this morning from an in
El Pasoans to Distribute
Souvenir Hats at Fort .
i Supplied witlh 150U of the "El Paso
.hats" as souvenirs, the party of El Paso
iboosters who are going to Fort "Worth
to land the Texas Cattlemen's conven
tion for El Paso in 1911. left this uft
ernoon on the Texas & Pacific for the
east Texas city. Headquarters 'have been
engaged at the Worth hotel at Fort
Worth for the El Paso delegation and
tihey will open for business as soon as
tihev arrive there-
The hats will be distributed among
the delegates to the cattlemen's con
vention and badges boosting El Paso for
the 1911 convention will also be dis
tributed. The delegation is headed br
W. W. Turney, John W. Fisher, F. J.
Hall, J. H. Nations, Fred Houghton, W.
M. Pence, and H. S. Stephenson, owner
of the Polomas ranch across the Mexican
line from Columbus, X. At-
EightYearold Milton Bene
Has His Pace Badly
Playing with fire crackers nearly cost
Milton Bone his sight this morning.
The boy, who is but S years old, was
playing in the shed at the home of his
mother, Mrs. Mary Bone, 2910 Manzana
street, at. 8 oclock this morning.
Some one had brought the boy some
firecrackers and he broke them open,
pouring the powder on a board. Then
he threw a lighted match into the pow
der and it flared up, burning him about
the face. A physician was summoned
and found that the boy's eyes had not
been injured, but his face was burned
CUT GLASS MISSING
FROM MERCHANDISE ESTVOICE
Cut glass, S50 worth, is all that is
missing from the $1000 freight thrown
by robbers irom the National railway
freight train Thursday near Juarez. The
Juarez police have made an invoice of
the shoe and drug merchandise found
by the railroad rlghtofway after the
Gabriel Saenz, a discharged employs
of the Mexican road, is the man held
under the jurisdiction of the district
court. But the prisoner denies any im
plication in the affair.
It is the supposition that the costly
cut glass was first removed by the rob
bers, who intended to complete the hid
ing of the property before the loss was
GET RID OF THAT COLD.
Its Out of Place, "With 32astcr Jnst Two j
Weeks Off. j
You don't want to have a cold at
Easter. Of course, a cold is not pleas- j
ant at any time, but at Easter, when
you don your pretty spring clothes, it
seems a pity to have a remnant of win
ter. In the shape of a horrid cold, hang
To cure a cold at once, quickly and
completely, we recommend White's Cold
Tablets. They're our own preparation
and El Paso people who have used
them heartily endorse them. For a
-cough there is nothing so soothing as
White's "White Pine and Tar.
Scott "White & Co.,
Prescription Druggists, Oregon Street,
Just Eelow the Postoffic.
San Francisco St
CHILDREN'S DRESSES $1.25
2vicely made little dresses, intended
for school vear. The materials are
ginghams, percales and ehambrays,
and' the trimmings are exceptionally
fine and dainty. Specially priced f r
Mondav's selling (Jk e-
at ...: -. 3i.o
50c MUSLIN GOWNS 29c
Children's Muslin Gowns, finished
-witih hemstitched ruffles, -well worth
, 50c; Extra Special ' sj q.
Monday &a3 C
TORCHON LACE 5c
&11 Linen Torchon Edgings and In
sertions, 1-2 to 31-2 inches wide,
7iiany patterns to choc&e from; g?
Extra Special Monday, a yard. OC
.CIsiirDrxoods Ca Cos
To His Affinity
Helen Rosland in Chicago Journal.
I have eyes soft and blno as the mid-summer skies:
I liavo lipn ot carmine ripe and mellow,
"While you are an ugly and strange little thing
Hlost decidedly dingy and yellovr.
Yet It's you who each evening hang on hie lips,
And it's you that he fondly caresee,
"While for me he has naught but a careless old hug
" And a good-natnred pat on my tresses.
It is you "who can lure him to beautiful dreams,
While I cook his beef and his mutton,
And pretend to bo satisfied Kcvrlng up seams
And adorning his coat with a button.
I marvel at this strange enigma in life
As the tears from my lashes I vtjpe
But, ales! I am only his dutiful wife,
And jou arc hin horrid old pipe!
Cards Continue To
One of the charming social affairs of
the week was the St. Patrick's bridge
party given on "Wednesday by Mrs. J. E.
Bowen. The hostess was assisted in
entertaining her guests by Mrs. James
Robertson, Mrs. J. B. Du Bose, and Miss
The decorations, all of which were
suggestive of St. Patrick's day, were
developed with shamrocks, ferns and
sroilax. The chandeliers were entwined
with green, while shamrocks adorned
tables, window curtains, and every
available Dlace. The dining table was
most alluring with its centerpiece of j
cluny lace over green and edged with
"While carnations and ferns occupied
the central position on the table and
the plate doilies were of shamrock. A
delightful salad course followed by tha
ice course, was served, and further
developed the color tones.
Little NeTlio May Bowen delighted
the guests with several beautiful piano
selections. At the conclusion of the
games the two guests making the
highest scores were given attractive
littlo St. Patrick favors.
The " first prize, a handsome book
bound in green leather, was secured by
Mrs. "Winston Pettus. The second prize,
a hand painted hat pin holder, was
won by Mrs. William Judd.
The guest list Included: Mesdames
James Parker, Morris Parker, S. H.
Sutherland, C. A. Pox, Charles Huff, T.
F. Kimbell. Harriett Clark. F. P. Mill
er, J. Donohue. George Newell. W. W.
Fink, A. H. Butler, F. H. Seamon. G.
B. Calnan, Fred "Woodworth, Winston
Pettus, H. F. Kettler. J. H. Paget, W.
H. Broaddus, W. H. Brj-an, George
Morse, E. M. Bray, William Cady, W. A.
White, H. P. Noake, Edward Kneezell,
Capt. S. M. PeLioffre, U. S. army sur- j
geon at Fort Bliss, left over the Golden
State Limited on Friday for New York, j
He will sail next week for Dublin, Ire-
land, where he goes to take a six i
months special course In gynecology- j
Mrn. DeLoffre and her sister, Miss I
Ailie Heard accompanied the doctor
and will spend the summer in touring j
Europe. They will all return to Fort
Bliss nsxt fall.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Guthrie, who have
been visiting their daughter, Mrs. W.
W. Turney. left Thursday for" their
home In Alpine.
Mr. andVIrs. Charles Graebner. of San !
Antonio, are in tin, c:tj- visiting Dr.
Alexander. ' .
Mrs. W. S. Crombie has as her guest j
15c HOSE 10c
Men's Half Hose, some plain black
and others oolka dot. rejnilar 15c
hose; Extra Special Mon
day, per pair
$5.00 HOUSE DRESSES $3.89
Women's One-Pieae House Dresses of
fancv gingham, chambray, linene and
similar fabrics. Pretty dresses, taste
fully trimmed, that should sell for
?5.C0; Extra Special
35c CURTAIN NETTINGS 16c
Curtain Xcttings, 3G to 45 inches
wide,' in ecru, green and red, man
now patterns to choose from. Xn
doubtedly, new curtains are needed
somewhere. Take advantage of this
reduction Monday. These are the
regular 35c Nettings; Extra -j
S)ecial Monday, per yard ... A V U
20c KIMONO CREPE 15c
Kimono Crepe in pretty spring pat
terns, some 50 patterns in all, both
light and dark colored effects; reg
ular price 20c a yard; Extra
Iff ! ft
fill --r 4r 11
Milllllll llill lilll'
Of the Social Fun
William Judd, J. J. Kaster, Carter,
Misses Kathrin Wren, Strltling, "Virgin,
Mns. W. H. Loretz very pleasantly
entertained this afternoon at several
tables of bridge.
Mrs. J. H. Grant very delightfully en-
El Paso Weddings and
An interesting wedding occurred this
afternoon at 5 oclock at the First
Presbyterian church when Miss Emily
Foster daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Foster, and Erdlx Bearing were united
in marriage by Rev. C. L. Overstreet.
The wedding was very quiet, only
relatives and most intimate friends be
ing in attendance.
In mediately after the ceremony, the
young coi?ile left over the Mexican
Central for Madera, Mex., where they
A pretty wedding was celebrated
Thursday evening at 7 oclock at the
Plaza hotel when Miss Emma Pierce,
and Charles Atkins were united In
Rev. C. S. Wright performed the
ceremony in the presence of a large
number of friends.
The apartments were effectively dec
crated for ihe occasion with quantities
of bride's roses and smilax. Mrs. J. G.
Kenan played the wedding march.
Europe; Personal Notes
her sister. Miss Lynette Fisher, of Gal
Miss Deborah Hauser. who has been
th eguest of the Misses Anne and Fran
ces Hughes, left last week for her home
in Richmond, Mo.
Miss Lena Fletcher, who has been
the guest of Mrs.- W. W. Turney, is
visiting for a shorn time at Alpine. She
will return to the city the first of the
Mrs. J. H. Lenoir, of Oregon street,
To Start Work On
Miss Helen F. Barnes, one of the best
known secretaries of the national T. TV.
C. A., arrived in the city today and
will remain over until Monday. Sunday
afternoon she will address the women
of the city at tne assembly hall of the
Younpr Men's Christian association, cor
ner Missouri and Oreson streets. At the
close of the .meeting the members of
the associations and their friends will
go to the site of the new "T. TV. C. A.
building; on Missouri and Fisher streets,
where Miss Barnes will turn, the first
shovel of dirt for the new home. "Work
on the new building will begin within
a week or ten days, the plans and speci
fications having already been accepted.
Following this meeting Miss Barnes
will address the business women of the
city at the Y. "W. C. A. rooms in The
At the meeting of the Letter and Art I
department ot the Woman s ciud on
Wednesday afternoon the following pro
gram will be given:
Current events, chairman Mrs. C. H.
The west and growth since '49, Mrs,
Reclamation service and results, Mrs.
Yellowstone Park. Mrs. H. Lay.
The peaceable indion tribes of the
west, Mrs. Lewis Cutshall.
The meeting will begin promptly at 3
Qclock on Wednesday in order that the
members may adjourn at the conclusion
of the program and attend the lecture
on the "White Slave" to be given at
the Presbyterian church.
Saturday evening at 7 oclock the,
board of directors of the Y. W. C. A.
will give a supper at their rooms in
honor of Miss Helen S. Barnes, one of
the national secretaries of the Y. TV. C
A. Those In charge of the affair are:
Mesdames H. B. Durkee, J. H. Murphy,
H. B. Stevens, C. M. Newman, J. R. Mc
Leod. The mission department of the Wo
man's club iield Its regular bi-monthly
meeting Wednesday afternoon at the
i tertained on Thursday afternoon at four
tables of bridge. The hostess was
assisted by Mrs. Bradford Hardie and
Mrs. Fred Weckerle.
In the bridge games Mrs. E. E.
Windsor and Mrs. J. B. Du Bose dis
played the greatest skill, and secured
the handsome prizes.
A Two-course luncheon was daintily
The guests in atendance were:
Mesdames E. E. Windsor, J. B. Du Bose,
J. E. Bowen, G. B. Calnan, G. L. Fisher,
S W. Franklin. W W. Irw'n, H. F.
Kettler, T. F. Kimbell. W. H. Loretz,
J. D. Love. F. P. Miller, W. P. McDer
mott, Frd Woodworth, Misses Laura
Murchlson, Frankio Miller, Kathrin
Mrs. Winston Pettus entertained yes
terday at the second of a series of
bridge parties, given In honor of Mrs.
Lula Husam Montmorency.
St. Patrick effects prevailed in the
artistic decorations. The lights and
candles were shielded with green
shades and southern smllax gracefully
entwined chandeliers, mantels and pic
tures. The delicious two-course lunch
eon further emphasized the color effect.
Mrs. J. R. Harper was the fortunate
winner of the first prize, and Mrs. E.
E. Windsor secured the second. The
guests present were: Mesdames E. M.
Bray, E. H. Yale, A. H. Butler, Z. L.
Cobb, L. H. Tucker, Alves Dixon, J.
Donohue, P. J. Edwards, R. H. Smith,
H. F. Kettler, J. H. Grant, J. R. Har
per, Ernest, Hughes, B. F. Jenkins,
Frank Meyers, T. F. Kimbell, Bruce
Seeton, W. H. Loretz, P. F. Miller,
Eugene Mitchell, J. A. Murdock, W. P-.
Dermott, C. A. Fox, George Newell, W.
H. Broaddus, H. P. Noake J. W. Eu
bank, W. A. White, Fred Woodworth,
E. E. Windsor, C. S. Plckrell, Edward
Kneezell, R. C. Semple, H. E. Runkle,
j Misses Frankie Miller, Yale.
Miss Emily Foster was the inspiration
for a delightful afternoon on Thurs
day, when Mrs. Z. B. Clardy was the
charming hostess. Conversation and a
general good time was enjdyed by the
12 guests present. The house was
artistically decorated throughout with
quantities of palms.
Miss Loretta Emerson presided at the
At the conclusion of the 'refreshment
courses, which were very elaborate,
Mrs. Clardy presented the young brlde
tobe with some very handsome hand
made French linen.
Miss Sue Crombie entertained at a
charming luncheon today, compliment
ary to Miss Sallie Tom Walthall.
Mrs. Van C. Wilson will entertain on
St. Patrick's day with a shower in
honor of Miss Sallie Tom Walthall,
whose marriage to William Graves will
take place on April 6.
has as her guest her sister, Miss Ber
tha Stanhope, of Providence. R- I. Miss
Stanhope is the possessor of a charm
ing soprano voice, and It is hoped she
will decide to locate here.
Mrs. C. S: McKinney and baby have
arrived from Corraliios. Mexico, to visit
the former's mother, Mrs. A. H. Win
ter. Mrs. A. Solomon, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Tirs. W. Solomon, left
the first of the week for Chicago and
other eastern points.
Mrs. G. O. Ellis has returned to her
home ,in Uvalde after a pleasant visit
with her charming daughters, the
Misses Ellis, of the Brazos.
Y. M. C. A.
residence of the chairman. Mrs. TV. R.
Browne. In the absence of the chair
man the vice chairman. Mrs. M. P.
Schuster, presided and a most charming
program was given under the direction
of Mrs. D. TV. Tucker.
The program with the exception of
the first number was from Ambroise
Thomas's beautiful opera "Mignon," and
was as fellows:
1 . Tutti C Festa al Templo ..Verdi
Miss Florence Comfort.
2. Synopsis of opera Mignon
Mrs. E. Kohlberg.
3. Overture Miss Gertrude Ellis
Mrs. D. TV. Tucker, Mrs. J. E. Rhein.
5 Berceuse e. J. Evans
6. Polonaise Mrs. J. J. Pearce
7. Knowest Thou the Land?
Mrs. TV. TV. Evans
S. Romanza j. e. Rhein
9. Duez Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Evans
10. Rondo Gavotte
rs. Courtney Camp
Each number was greeted with pro
longed applause, Miss Comfort and Mr.
Rhein graciously responding with ad
ditional enjoyable selections.
After visitors', addresses and spe
cialties for a month, the pastor of Trin
ity church, corner Mesa avenue and
Boulevard, invites you ito "regular"
At 11 a. m., "A Righteous Anxiety."
At 7:45 p. m., "A Fearful Oversight."
All invited. Every member of the
church urged to be present.
Splendid music arranged for each
XEW ARRIVALS IX HAIR. GOODS
We have just received a special ship
ment of 30 inch hair braids. These are
extra full and exceptionally cheap.
Licensed to Wed.
O. TV. Miller and Helen M. MillSr.
Frank E. Bessee and Hilda M. Hlckey
Hypermetropia 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 usnally
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.
OUR WORK IS RELIABLE
Those wishing to have, glasses fitted may
avoid delay by making appointments. Bell
phone 104. Automatic 1104.
EL PASO OPTICAL CO,
J. R. SEGALL, EXAftmWG OPTICIAIT
Pioneer Plaza. EL PASO, TEXAS Established 1901
Bell Phone 104; Auto 1104.
TRYING TO GET SALOOX
OUT OF 3IIDDLE OK STREET
Friday and part of today the oniy
evidence introduced by the city In its
suit against W. W. Wiley to dispossess
him from South Oregon street, only
documentary evidence was Introduced In
the form pt deeds from various prop
When you want extra good butter
call for "Ardoin's Special Sunny eiaST
and vou'H use no other.
Jackson's Queen OiiVes in bulk are
large and select, 35 cents a pint.
Stetter & Schneider can save you
money tonight on all meat3.
There is a greanr difference in Kosher
sausage. Try some of Jackson's and see
Ardoin's Market receives daily fresh
deep water fish. . Fish always fine
when you buy at Ardoin's.
Ardoin's big mousy saving sales con-
j tinues until 9 p. m. tonight.
1 19111190' I
A. J. FULLAN, 213 San Anionic St.
Stoves That Cook
Nothing Better Ma
re Are Exclusive Agent
Cor. Texas and Stanton Sts.
erty owners sinec the old Ponce grant
back In 1854.
Gen. Anson Mills was placed on- tha
stand for the purpose of Identifying
Mills's' map and the streets located
Wiley claims that he settled on the
land in 1876. and has enjoyed peace&bie
possession of it for more than 10 years.
SomenIce strawberries and cream, or
the most desirable way. We haTe the
ptrawberries. Jackson's. Phone 353.
Dont fall to attend the special sale at
Stetter & Schenider's tonighiC ' Best
meat for tha least money.
You get the finest meats andvegeta
bles at the lowest prices, quality con
sidered, when you buy at Ardoin's.
The big sale of fine .meats yet tonight
at Stetter & Schneider's. Donft fail to
attend this sale.
Crab meat is the latest and most de
licious delicacy, and of course wo have
it. Only 40 cents a can. Jackson's.
their method of carrying them
Is responsible for the fact- Planed
to the waist or hanging' oi a
chain the delicate mechanism is
easily disarranged. We pay spe
cial attention to ladies -.vatches,
and when repaired by us you will
find that they keep in order