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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, April 2, 1910.
During the V&eefi
JS! timer qus Happy
In Club Circle
I Two Popular-
The Patent and Suede Ankle Strap as well as the Pat
ent and Suede Pump in both welt and turn soles are
very popular sellers and we have received some new
styles and effects which are worth
while your, inspection.
Ankle Strap, patent or black suede
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00
Other styles in Low Cuts or Oxfords,
patent, gun metal or kid
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50
They XOait For Joti
By Edwin Slarkham.
A new Suede Pump with patent collar
and patent tip, very new $LA ((
and nobby .p'T.UU
GREATER EL PASO'S
GREATEST SHOE STORE
Look not, O friends, Titu unavailing: tears
Into the Past look to the brave young: 3 ears!
Look to the Future: All is there In Wnit,
All that you fought for by the broken pate
The faith that faltered and the fire that fell;
The song: that died into a lonely knell.
It Is all there the love that Trent astray
"With bitter cries on that remembered day;
The joy that were so needed by the heart,
And all the tender Qtcoihr jou saw depart.
Nothing; is lost forever that the soul
Cried out for: All Is it aitlng; at the goal.
Weddings and Socials In
Honor Of Ei Paso Brides
A. o A
Utile Frances "Virginia Woodard. of
508 Mesa avenue, entertained a number
of her little friends Thursday afternoon,
from 4 to 6 oclock, in honor of her
11th birthday anniversary.
Music and games were enjoyed by the
little folks, after which a dainty three
course luncheon" was served. The color
scheme of "white and pink was carried
out in the decorations and luncheon, the
birthday cake having the 11 pink and
white candles around It. The little
guests enjoyed themselves immensely,
and departed for their homes wishing
litle Frances many more such happy
Those present besides the hostess
were: Aline Woodard, Mabel Shea,
Florence Robertson, Ray Mortson, Mil
dred, Jones, Marian Calnan, Marie
Burkhalter, Annie Henry and Frances
A most unique affair was heartily
enjoyed "Wednesday afternoon, when
Mrs. Howard Thompson entertained
with a surprise party In honor of Mrs.
,Lena TV. Hawkins, it being their twin
birthday anniversaries. The house was
tastefully decorated in pink and white
and a mot delicious salad course was
served, daintily adhering to pink and
white also. Mrs. Thompson's guests
were: Mrs. L. TV. Hawkins, Mrs. Tidal,
Mrs. O. S. Blanton, Mrs. R. H. Bishop,
Mrs. R. B. Smith, Mrs. G. M. Seamands,
Mrs. T. H. Springer, Mrs. J. S. Moss,
Mrs. C. O. Coffin. Mrs. Hedges, Mrs.
Reed, Mrs. Haight and Mrs. Price.
Miss Sara Goot, of San Antonio, niece
of Mrs. Frank ZlabovskI, of El Paso, is
to be married to Max Karkowski, of
Houston, at San Antonio, on April 17.
Miss Goot has visited iDl Paso and is
well known here. 4
The Misses Nellie and Rosalie Petti
grew charmingly entertained at a sur
prise shower "Wednesday night, for Miss
Julia Duden, whose marriage occurs
The reception room and parlors were
beautifully decorated in pink ribbons
A salad course and pink ices were
served during the evening, after which
J a trunk tied up in pink and white, filled
n 1111 11u.uu. emurumereu niieii, w a. us
livered to Miss Duden.
The guests who, participated in the
hospitality of the Misses Pettigrew were:
Mesdames Duden and Petlgrew, Misses
Julia Duden, Edna Duden, Ada Goff,
1 Golda Gardner, Mary Duden. Bessie
Troutman, Hazel Harvey, Georgia Smith,
Alice Mills Kate Cranston, Helen Mer
rill. Mrs. E. J. Hadlock entertained with a
cup shower "Wednesday afternoon com
plimentary to Miss Sallie Tom Wal
thall. A large number of beautiful cups were
received by the young bride elect, and
tied to the handle of each was a clever
verse appropriate to the occasion.
Each guest brought her favorite
recipfe, which were compiled, and bound
in book form for the young bride.
The refreshment table held a center
piece of yellow, jonquils around which
were banked quantities of white daisies.
Thursday evening, at 7:30 oclock, at
403 West Orerland street, R. L. Lee and
Mrs. Armstrong after Easter sale
commences Monday. Big cut in all lines.
Phone 40. 819 X. Florence street.
Scott "White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis.
Miss Myrtle Chapell were united In mar
riage by Rev. P. J. Rite, Of the First
Christian Church. A small Company of
friends witnessed the ceremony.
E. H. Perkins and Mrs. Grace Esco
bosa were married Thursday evening at
7 oclock at the parsonage of the First
M. E. church.
Only relatives were m attendance at
the ceremony, which was performed by
Rev. C O. Beckman.
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins will reside in El
Paso having 'taken a home at 1237 San
Mrs. Harris NWalthall entertained
Thursday afternoon with a kitchen
shower for Miss Sallie Tom Walthall.
The young bride elect was fairly
deluged with every imaginable thing, for
Following the shower a dainty two
course luncheon was served and a pleas
ant afternoon enjoyed by the guests.
The guest list Included only Miss Wal
thall's intimate friends among the mar
Judge and Mrs. A. M. Walthall will
entertain Miss Walthall's bridal attend
ants Saturday evening at a dinner at
the home of Mrs. Harris Walthall, on
Last evening-, at 5:30 oclock, at the'
parsonage of ihe First Presbyterian
church, Miss A. H. Stein and TV. Kalt
Reuleaux were married by the Rev. C.
The bride has been in El Paso sev
eral years, and was a valued employe
of the W. T. Hixon Jewelry company.
The newly wedded couple will go to
Willcox, Ariz., to live, where the groom J
is engaged in business.
to her home for several days as the re
sult of an attack of tonsilltls.
Mrs. C. H. Leavell will return next
week from a visit In San Antonio,
Georgetown and other east Texas
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Love have moved
to 700 Upson avenue.
Mr. and ' Mrs. MOnroe Harper and
family, w,ho have spent the winter in
El Paso, will return Sunday to their
ranch home at Three Rivers, X. M.
Mrs. Otis Coles underwent a success
ful operation for appendicits Wedncs.
morning at Hotel Dieu, and Is reported
to be doing well.
Mrs. C. W. Kellogg and small daugh
ter, are in the city from Dallas visit
ing the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Oliver will
arrive home at the end of the Week from
Santa Fe, where they have been visit
ing Capt. and Mrs. A. S. Brooks.
Walter L. Falvey has returnued from a
three years' stay in the east, where he
has been attending one of the leading
Miss Mllda Connolly very charmingly
entertained at five tables of bridge
on Wednesday afternoon, compliment
ary to the Misses Ada Lee and Ethel
Cruse, who are the guests of Miss
Josie Wooten. Miss Elsie Lurkins dis
played the greatest skill in the card
games and won the first -prize. The
consolation prize went to Miss Xell
Bradley. A dainty two-course luncheon
was served and a delightful afternoon
enjoyed by the guests.
Dr. and Mrs. J. C Schuller entertained
Thursday evening at a most enjoyable
high five party of six tables. Sweet
peas, placed about the apartments,
formed the attractive floral adornments.
Dainty refreshments were served from
the small tables.
Those who enjoyed the affair were:
Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Calnan, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Danley, Mr. and Mrs. Berney,
Mr. and Mrs. Xeiley, Mrs. Favate, Mrs.
William Caples, Misses Margaret
Hitchcock, Dorothy Virgin, Corrine
Clark, Loustaunau, Boren, Mary Caples,
Messrs. Downs, Clark, Ballard, Willis.
Mrs. Charles M. Xewman will be the
next hostess for the Tuesday afternoon
Bridge club, at the home of of Mrs. E. C.
French on Brown street.
The Toung Women's Thursday Bridge
club will not hold their usual meeting
7 The Misses Logan very pleasantly en-
Many Events Among the
El Paso Women's Clubs
The. Corset Store of El Paso.,
Lily of France"
THE NEW CORSET
The "Lily of Prance," a recent arrival in our Corset
Section, has met with a ready response as it satisfies
the peculiar requirements of many of our customers.
This new corset is shown in all sizes and models.
If you have not investigated its merits, do so at
Other Splendid Makes
Our regular standard lines of "Redfern " ''Warner's
Rust-Proof' "Bon Ton" and "Royal Worcester"
Corsets are shown in all grades and all models to fit
every figure and every purse.
The Front Laced
This is another new addition to our Corset Section and, for those who
prefer a front-laced corset, it will prove highly satisfactory. A special
demonstration of t&e "Modart" models will he made at an early date
vou should await this event with interest.
The directors of the "Woman's club
will meet next Tuesday morning, prompt
ly at 10 oclockf at the club rooms.
The annual written reports of all
afficers and chairmen of committees will
be heard. A' full attendance of the
board is desired.
The "clubj day" program to be given
next Wednesday at the Wpman's club
will be a most interesting one.
Following the program the election of
officers for the ensuing year will be
Mrs. A. P. Averill has been elected
delegate to the national biennial -to be
held in Cincinnati in May.
Following musical program was given
under the direction of Mrs. TV. L.
Brown, at aV meeting of the Daughters
of the Confederacy at Trinity Methodist
church, on Wednesday evening:
Vocal solo "Voices of the Woods,"
Mrs. Courtney Camp.
Vocal solo "The Tears at the Spring,"
(Beach) Mrs. Robert Lander.
Vocal solo "Oh. Fair! Oh, Sweet and
Holy," (Cantor) Mrs. T. TV. Elson.
The following women entertained the
Degree of Honor with a -musical pro
gram and an Easter party on Tuesday
afternoon at the K. of P. hall: Mrs.
Sheffield, Mrs. Croom, Mrs. Enoch
Cound, Mrs. Elijah Cound, Mrs. Clem
ents, Mrs. Dow, Mrs. Criswell.
The Thursday lunch club was very de
lightfully entertained this week by Mrs.
W. B. Lalta. Mrs. W, G. Dunn will be
the next nostess for the club.
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Should certainly have the best attention
that exacting science and mechanical ingenuity
When you come to see us, you are getting
the most exact methods of eye testing known
no guers work no doubts but mathematie
precision and scientific exactness, assuring you
positive relief and vision comfort.
The lenses we grind on the premises, so
we know they'll be aright.
Ask any bank or business house, our past
record is our sponsor.
EL PASO OPTICAL CO,
J. R. SEGALL, EXAMTTfEiG OPTICIAN
Pioneer Plaza EL PASO, TEXAS Established 1901
BELL PHONE 104; ATITO 1104
tertained the teachers of the Beall school
on Friday evening at their home on Ma
Bridge and flinch were among the en
joyable diversions of the evening, and
delightful refreshments were served.
Those in attendance were: Misses
Myra Prater, Ruth Coleman, Iduma
Hughes, Helen Newell. Henrietta Shir
ley, Carrie Seldon, Lucille Pearce, Fan
nie Lou Yerger, Tura Compton, Belle
Chaplain, Winifred Roe, Ethel Rowe,
Kate Robinette, Ina May Nelson, Anna
George, Mary Gates, Mary Gates Red
mond, Mrs. Mary B. Gleason, Mrs. Howard.
! ! ! I"
Dr. and Mrs. TV. L. Brown entertained
Wednesday evening at a dinner of eight
covers, in honor of their guest, Miss
Olga Berry. The attractively appoint
ed table held a centerpiece of yellow
jonquils, and bouquets of the same
dainty flowers were at each cover, aa
The place cards were of lily leaf
design, tied with red ribbon, and the
chandeliers and candles tfere shielded
with red shades. Seated at the table
were:, Misses Olga Berry, Anna Grace
Ellis, Monica Gallagher, Messrs. Francis
Moore, J. B. Kilpatrick, Hugh Marshall,
Dr. and Mrs. TV. L. Brown.
Scott White & Co.r now at 204 St. Louis.
CUT TO PIECES.
Between 7 and 9 p. m. Saturday at
the Regal Shoe Store, 215 South El Paso
street, the Regal buzz saw will cut Re
gal shoes so you can see what they
are made of. and how good shoes are
constructed. Don's fall to see the dis
play in our show window, tonight only.
I.eraer Skoe Co.,
Exclusive Aseats Regal Sliees.
Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis.
1 Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis.
LET US EXAMINE
of 3'ours. pur experts can deter
mine the cause of the trouble at a
glance. Perhaps it needs cleaning
a wheel may he out of place.
In either case, it is best to leave
it with us for a few days. We'll
clean, repair and adjust it return
it to you as good as new. The
cost "ivill be slight.
A. J. FULLAN, 219 San Antonio Si.
4. DANCES. 4,
The most prominent social event of
next week will be the Social club dance
on Friday evening for which Mr. and
Mrs.. TV. W. Turney have extended the
hospitality of their charming home.
This will be the last of a series of
four dances which have been given dur
ing the season and on that account will
be of a somewhat more elaborate char
acter than usual.
The usual Saturday night dance at the
Country club this week will take the
form of a tacky party.
Dr. and Mrs. TV. L. Brown have sent
out invitations to a dance to be given
Tuesday evening, April c, at the Coun
try rrub. in honor of their guest, Miss
Olga Berry, of Unionville. Mo. The guest
list will include only the younger set.
The Misses Katherine and Florence
Cox, and Mary Robertson will entertain
Saturday evening at the home of the
Misses Cox, at a dance, in honor of Miss
Rachel Harper, who leaves Sunday for
her home at Three Rivers, N. M.
Mrs. TV. W. Turney, president of the
Woman's Charity association, specially
invitee all members of the association to
be present at the monthly meeting
Wednesday morning at 10 oclock, at her
residence" on Montapa street.
Ko. 1 Little Plaza
Corsets $1 up
Dept. in charge of
D. Hurley, 1215 East Boulevard, leaves
Monday for a two months trip to Kan
sas City by way of Hot Springs, Ark.
J. I. Hewett, of 809 Newman street,
leaves Monday for Houston, to attend
the Knight Templar conclave, , after
which he will take various side trips In
other parts of the state.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs Sol Simon, 720
Mundy avenue, an S 1-2 pound girl, on
R. A. Johnson, 1006 East Boulevard,
has just recovered from a severe attack,
of the grip.
Rev. Robert M. Overstreet, of Chilli
cothe, Tex., is here to visit his nephew,
Rev. C T, Ovpr5;trvf purl fomllv1 for
some time. Rev. Mr. Overstreet is a re
tired minister of the Presbyterian
Mrs. W. E. Mix left this morning for
Silver City n. M., to spend a month vis
iting her father, Capt. Franklin A.
Mrs. Ida B. Tobin lias as her guest
her sister, Mrs. F. B. Parish, of Port
land, Ore., who will spend several weeks
Mrs. Ysabel Flato is expected to ar
rive home today from a visit wfth her
sister, Mrs. W. TV. Wood, of Los An
C. M. McAfee, of New York City, who
has been on a visit to his mother, Mrs.
E. M. McAfee, and his sister, Mrs.
Flora McA. Jones, of 11 23 North Oregon
street, has returned to his home.
Jack Happer left Friday night for
southern Arizona, where he will spend
three days on business.
James- Man- has returned from a busi
ness trip to California,
Mrs. E. B. McClintock,.wife of justice
McCHntock, le'ft Thursday evening for
Dallas, accompanied by her son, Rajph.
She will spend two months visiting rela
tives at her old home.
Miss Adine Noake has been confined
After All Is Said
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The major portion of El Paso's best dressers depend on wp to supply their mil
linery, and have been for years we know of no stronger argument regarding
the merit of our millinery. This preference is easiry understood when you take
into consideration the fact that we devote our entire time, and have been for
years, exclusively to the millinery business.
Our Easter business, this year, was the greatest that we havefliver had. As
a result, we were compelled to order
Almost a Complete New Stock
Our depleted spring stock has been largely augmented the past week. Through
our Tew York buyer, we have been able to secure many advance novelties in mil
linery that will not be shown elsewhere in El Paso for several weeks. In addi
tion, all the accepted styles for the spring and summer will be displayed next
Keep in mind the fact that you can buy here millinery that is authentic and
at the' same time pay only a nominal price. In f acf, we sell hats at retail for about
the same prices that the-ordinary niilliner himself has to pay.
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