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t PASO HERAL
Wednesday, April 20, 1910.
Many Card T
During ihe tOee
In Social Circles
There are no shoes so easy and com
fortable on young feet, during the
spring and summer season, as Ox
fords. We appreciate this fact, and
we have low cut shoes, in all the good
styles, for boys and girls of all ages.
Oxfords, Ties, Pumps, etc. Black
leathers or canvas, formed to fit
growing feet correctly. No rubbing
or slipping" at the heel. There's a
long price range,
75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.50
Pit out the children with low shoes
for summer wear and make them
ASK FOR OUR NEW SPRING CATALOG
By Archibald Snllivnn.
(By Archibald Sullivan,.
Said she. ''Go fetch the palest stnr
That blossom in the Snmruer sklc,
The amber tissue of the Rim,
A flight of opal butterflies.
"A skcln of silver from the moon,
And trembling: ;rreen from off the trees:
'The rainbow that but jesterdaj
Was -wonderful aprainst the breeze.
The vrhltest roue that ever blew.
The deTrey emerald of the lavrn; '
And all the apple buds that laid -
Their pearly llpi ngainvt the dawn.
"And fetch the nights I watched for him
And find the veil of tears I cried;
And bring: the little sob that broke
My heart upon the night he died.
"Then In the tvrillght'lVsIiall lt,
And never hear the years that flee,
But weave a beouteons tapestry
Of dreams about my loie and me."
GREATER EL PASO'S
'GREATEST SHOE STORE,
SHOE- CnMAv ' J
In Social Circles
4. "IVEDDIXGS. $
-fr 4- 4-
This evening at S oclock -will occur
the marriage of Miss Laura Townsend
uid George R- LeBaron at the church of
ae Immaculate Conception.
Both young people are extremely pop
ular, and Hie event is being anticipated
-h iii marked Interest.
inoe the engagement -ivas announced
many delightful social affairs have been
jrjven in honor of the young bride, Avho
has scores of friends.
Folio-wins' the ceremony a reception
w 11 l held at the home of the bride's
1 a rent". SI- Mesa avenue, at S:30 oclock
to -which the guests have been invited
On Monday afternoon at 4:30 oclock
Mis Inez Sicotte and T. E. Goode were
married in the presence of a few friends
at SI 7 North El Paso street. Rev. C. L.
Oierstreet performed -the ceremony. The
bride is from Omaha, Xeb.. and has been
here only a few months. The groom
Is connected wth the W- T. Hlxson
Miss Mayme Cole and Ira Boggs -were
united in marriage on Monday even-
Ho. 1 Little Plaza
er and manufac
turer; all shades;
mg, at tlie parsonage of the First Bap
tist church, by Rev. Robert Bruce Smith.
The bride is an El Paso girl and the
groom is in business in this city. They
will make their home at 3310 Myrtle
A. TV. "Wilson and Miss JuanKa Simp
sou were quietly married Saturday
evening at 7:30 oclock at the "Wilson
home on Nevada street. Rev. C. 1.
Overstreet officiated at the ceremony,
"which was witnessed only by relatives.
The bride. is an El Paso girl, the daugh
ter of Mrs. Flora Simpson, of Magoffin
The groom is a well known caitleman
and ranch owner. Mr. and Mrs. "Wilson
will live at 1120 Nevada street in this
ADS BY PKOXE.
Call Bell 115. Auto 1113. tell what
you wish to buy. sell or rent and The
Herald will do the "rest.
mii in1 MOnaa i - a
Mrs. "W. Amonette and Mrs. J. F.
"Williamson, delightfully entertained a
number of friend?. In the parlors of the
Ramona hotel, .at five hundred. After
the games, a delicious luncheon was
Those present were: Mesdames ,Waid,
Dowling, Lee. Sayer, Pillsbury, Sutter,
Dennis. Holoway, Daniels. De Pew, Ar
riba, Nixon, Truesdell, Carr, Amonette,
Mrj-. Jlolloway got the first prize and
Mrs. Sayer second.
Of the many pre-nuptial affairs given
in honor of Miss Laura Townsend. per
haps none have surpassed in attractive
charm, the bridge party of Saturday
afternoon, given by Mrs. R. C. Semple.
The Semple home was decorated with
cut fIo-,ers placed about the apart
ments in artistic profusion. The hand
some prizes were awarded to Mrs.
Julius Krakauer ana Miss Florence Le
Baron, who were the most successful
The honor guest was presented with a
beautiful hand embroidered shirtwaist
pattern, the work of Mrs. Semple. The I
ga.es ts present were: Misses Laura
Townsend, Josie Marr, Nannie Lackland,
Anna Sheltou, Fannie Henning, Alma
Jones, Lena Fletcher, Sue Crombie,
Leigh White, Carolyn Payne, Frances
Clark. Florence Le Baron. Olive Laurie,
Mesdames. "W. "W. Turney, Claiborne
Adams. W. S. Crombie. Roy "Wolcott
Julius Krakauer. TV. D. Wise.
One of the enjoyable social affairs of
the week was the bridge party given
Saturday afternoon by Miss Mary Gates,
the last of a series of parties given by
her during the winter.
The prizes, handsome hand-embroidered
centerpieces, were won by Mr. W.
A. White and Mrs. H. F. Kettler. The
consolation prize, a Japanese cup and
saucer, was cut for and secured by Miss
At the close of the games a delicious
hree course luncheon was served from
the small tables.
Those who enjoyed Miss Gates's hos
pitality were: Mesdames K. D. Frank
lin. Edgar Fewel, J. W. Williams, E. E.
Neff, Belle F. Beachel, E. M. Bray, C
A. Fox. H. F. Kettler, W. A. White, W.
F. Robinson. E. E. Windsor, W. W.
Fink, Mary Beall Gleason. J. E. BowenJ i
Dean, Misses Mamie Sexton. Myra i
Prater, Hawley, Carina Dean, Rosa I
Weal, Mary Gates Redmond.
Miss Alma Jones will be the hostess -for
the Wednesday Bridge club this I
-week on Thursday, at her delightful i
hnmc on "MVinffmu street I
MiS5 Nell Pollard will entertain the
High Five club on Friday. .
The Tuesdav Bridge club met yes-!
terday with Mrs. R. F. Burges.
Mrs. W. A. White entertained in
formally yesterday afternoon at bridge.
Miss Sue Crombie will entertain Sat
urday afternoon with a bridge party in
honor of Miss Lynette Fisher of Galves
ton. Miss Alberta Heep will be the hostess
at a bridge party on Thursday afternoon.
The ladies of the East El Paso Cath
olic church are giving an ice cream so
cial on Friday evening. April 22, at
Woodman Hall. Alameda Ave.
..TFp4 SHRDUL them an tman mnaem ;
Mrs. C. J. Maple entertained very de-
lightfully last Thursday in honor of
Mrs. Lulu Hasam Montmorency, of Mex- '
ico City. In plaec of the uual bridge
games the afternoon was spent very
pleasantly in conversation and sewing,
after which dainty refreshments were
served by the hostess.
The refreshment table was effectively
decorated with a profusion of glowing
sweet peas. The guests were: Mes
dames Lulu Hasam Montmorency, James
L. Marr, William Glasgow, Fernando C.
Pearle, Frank Coles, Mitchell. G. T.
Newman, Ralph Loomis, C. E. Kellogg,
Misses Nell Pollard. Maud Austin,
.Lillian Austin, Queenie Nebeker, Leigh
hlte, Josie Marr.
The Epworth League, Philathea and
Baraca classes of Trinity M. E. church
south, held their monthly business
meetings at the home of Miss Jessye
Perrye on Myrtle avenue.
As this was the annual election of of
ficers of thtr Philathea class, the follow
ing officers were elected: Miss Kather
ine Warren, president; Miss Lila
Thomas, vice president; Miss Jessye
Van Perry, treasurer; Miss Alice Boren,
secretary; Miss Chloe E. Calhoon, re
porter. After all the business was attended
to, the hostesses. Misses Perry, Woods,
and Calhoon, entertained the guests
with progressive games.
Miss Annye Arant presided at the
punch bowl, and delightful ices and
cake were served to the following
Misses Annie L. Hughes, Annie New-
some, Irene Gaylord Lilah Gaylord,
ji-ieue ijoiiaru, Annie .uai joiiara, same
V. Seawell, Emma Hoffman, Katherine
Peak, Lillian Gibbs, Josephine Durnstin.
Alma Johnson, Marie Loustaman. Lu
cille Smyth, Edna Corpenlng, Lilla N.
Thomas, Edna Thomas. Louise Hooper,
Alice Boren, Katherine Storey, Kather
ine Warren. Nettie Mallory, Annie Tay
lor, Bura Heinricks, Floy Shepherd,
Elsie Shepherd. Anita Hearu, Nona?
Jones, J. ?.Iay Mitchell, Annie Arant, M.
Preston, Ruth Holland. Hattie Armstrong-,
Renie Roarty, Mayme Richard
son. Ruth Forsythe; Mesdames C. B.
Patterson, L. C. Shepherd, W. C. Hart,
jr., G. W. Neely; Messrs. Russell Mc-
Nease, Jas E. Morriss. W. U. Carre, O.
K. Anderson. Allen Shirley, J. L. Arm
strong. Fred House W. R. "Walker,
Clinton Ballard, Harry B. Russ. Seary
Ballard. Russell Mitchell, Bird Holman,
Horace Home. E. D. Singleton, C. L.
Sirmans, O. W. Underwood. George W.
Neely. Clarence C. Boren, J. J. Wilker
son, E. Preston, William Hart, jr.. C. B.
Winder, KInt, J. KIdd, Frank Smyth,
J. C. Perrye.
A number of the young people will
enjoy a tallyho party tomorrow even
ing to Tslera, where a dinner will be
given at the Valley Inn, followed bj- a-
The Country club was the scene o
another enjoyable dance Saturday even
ing. A number of out of town guests j
we in auenuance. auaing ro rne
pleas-are of the affair. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hap
per. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Broaddus. Mr
and Mrs J. F. Williams. Mr. and Mrs
Waters Davis. Mr. and Mrs. James L.
NEED GLASSES ?
Scientific examination accurate lens grind
ingfor the cost of material used. Come in,
let's talk it over. Prices moderate.
SL PASO OPTICAL CO.
T. R SEGALL. Examining Optician. EL PASO, TEXAS
Pioneer Plaza- Established 1901
Marr Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pickrell,
Mr and Mrs. W. L. Gaines. Mr. and Mrs
WW- Turney, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Coles,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown Dr v and
Mrs W L. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. . i.
Race, Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. White, Mr. and
Airs. Claiborne Adams, Mr. and Mrs. .v.
H Burges, Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Car
penter Mrs. William Glasgow, Misses
Laura Townsend, Sue Crombie. Anna
Grace Ellis, Anna Shelton, Lynette
Fisher. Janie Ellis, Lena Fletcher, Jane
Chrlstv, Gertrude Ellis, Josie Marr,
Ethel White. Maud Austin, Lillian Aus
tin. Leigh White, Frances Clark, Ruth
McCurdy; Messrs. Gunther Lessing,
Francis Moore. Merton Llndsey. J. B.
Kilpatrick. Britton Davis, George Le
Baron. Dr. L. G. Witherspoon, T. P.
Moorehead. Will Marr, Gilbert Johnson,
Francis Gallagher, and others.
The Philathea class of the First Bap
tist church was very charmingly en
tertained this week at the home of Miss
Leona Black on Montana street. The
affair was in honor of Miss Zuma Hart
field, who was leaving for a visit in
The class presented Miss Hartfield
with a very beautiful hand painted
brooche, as a token of their regard.
The afternoon was very delightfully
spent in -conversation and music and
dainty refreshments were served by the
A Fountain Pea for 91.00.
All This Week.
All this week we are selling $2.50
fountain pens for 51.00. These are the
"Scott White Special" Pens your
money back if your pen doesn't give
Scott White fc Co.
204 St. Louis St-
Let us dress your hair in the prevailing-
fashion. Elite Parlors, over Calish-er's.
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DINNERS AND IUNCHEONS.
Mrs. W. G. Dunn was the last hostess
for the Thursday Lunch club, which she
entertained very charmingly at the
Harvey house. The table was attrac
tively decorated with carnations and
ferns. The next meeting' will be held
at the home of Mrs. W. R. Brown in two
Mrs. B. CM. Worsham entertained with
a very Informal dinner on Sunday for
judge and Mrs. T. S. Maxey of Austin,
Miss Ruth McCurdy was the charming
hostess yesterday at a luncheon, at
which Mis Lena Fletcher 'was the
Green and white were the attractive
colors used to adorn the table- In the
center were white carnations and ferns,
and cut glass vases of the same dainty
flower were also at either end of the
The green candles were shielded with
white shades, and tiny baskets of
white spring flowers were at each cov
er. Those at the table were: Misses
Lena Fletcher, Frances Clark. Gertrude
Ellis, Helen Roberts, Josie Wooten,
Ruth McCurdy, and Mrs. S. C. McCurdy.
Miss Katherine Warren, of 2011 North
El Pasa street, gave an informal re
ception and dinner on. Sunday in honor
of her friend, Miss Katherine Draper,
of Nashville, Tenn. A few of her most
Intimae friends were present, the
Misses Holloway, Peak and Hatton, the
Messrs. S. Browder, Henk, Arnett and
Warren. Miss Draper will return to her
home in a few days.
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fr ADDITIONAL SOCIETY
A ON PAGE NINE. !
That Will Attract Attention
This institution invites jour account subject to check, and of
fers jou Absolute Security for your money. Realizing that
the business man's time is valuable, we have provided every
modern facility and convenience for the prompt transaction
of your banking business.
Capital and Surplus 8240,000.00.
How Being Increased to $360,000.00
THE BEAUTY IN
SIDE QUE RINGS
is that of quality. You cannot
see It as you do the outward
charm, but you'll admire it more
and more as time tests Its pres
ence. This good quality prevails
in all our rings, whether you
choose one for some dimpled baby
finder, the hand of your be
trpthed, or the plain sold band
that seals her to you.
A. J. FULLAN, 219 San Antonio St.
f El Paso'
m 99 Mm WW
photo err euwrrs BEuu
Viscount Maidstone, Miss Drexel's
fiance. They arrived in thi country
to attend the wedding: of Anthony J.
Drexel. jr., to Miss Marjorle Gould,
yesterday. Immediately after the wed
ding of her brother Miss Drexel and the
viscount will loa-e for England to pre
pare for the.r own wedding, which
takes place June S.
Miss Eleanor Alexander and Theodore
Roosevelt, jr. The former president's
Hon will wed Miss Alexander on June
Our Millinery Sale, which began this morning, is the greatest El Paso has ever
seen. By "greatest." we mean that we are giving the greatest values and of
fer ng the widest selection of handsome hats ever put on sale at sacrifice prices.
AVe must move, before we do we want to close out completely our entire stock
of high grade .
Wih-on considering this sale, we want you to remember t'hat vre offer no trash or Job lots, such as usually con
stitute a millinery sale. On tbe contrary, our entire stock of this season's goods is what you axe offered. Xot
only that, we include at sacrifice prices the goods that are arriving daily, thatwere ordered previous to our
knowledge or obtaining a new location. The best test oY any sale is the way people 'bur. From the jam and
crush, which wc had this morning we know that customers feel the same way that we doabout it that it is El
Pago's greatest millinery sale, it is our desire to sell evorvthimr previous to'movmo- tn rair new location, at the
corner of San Antonio and Mesa, which by the wnv will be one" of the handsomest millinerv stores in the whole
United States. Present plans call for a 7-story building finished in marble with every modem idea known to
the architect and decorator. However, our new store is a secondary consideration just now
What We Want You to Consider Right Now js
El Paso's Greatest Sale of Millinery
Attend This Sale
&Jj&$&&4 Don't Miss a Single 9
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