EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, April 27, 1910.
During the &
In Jocial Circle?
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For Every Member
of the' Family
This is the time of the year
Tvhen your feet begin to suf
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their suffering so much as a
pair of cool, well ventilated
barefoot sandals. "We can fit
anybody in the family froin
the baby to pa or ma. They .
come either in tan or pearl
Infants' soft light sole barefoot sandals,
Child;s soft or hard sole barefoot sandals,
75 cents, 90 cents and
Misses' and youths' barefoot sandals,
90 cents and .
Young ladies ' and boys ' barefoot sandals, -J 7C
$1.10, $130 and , p X. f U
Ladies' barefoot sandals, Men's barefoot sandals,
....',.....-$2.00 f $2,50
TAN AND EIK LOW AND HIGH SCUFFERS.
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and
ACCORDING TO SIZE.
Different Kjnd OfMe-n
By W. O. Poole.
There are men -who think they "know it,"
And for-evcr-more they show i;
There are men who always try to make you feel,
They are mighty bright and tv itty,
And for yon they have great pity;
There are men -who have"rl thin their heads "a wheel."
There are men who never gra mble;
' There are men Trho're alway 3 humble;.
There are men who into fol Iy ne'er are led:
A'ever TVifey disobeying;
Xcrer wandering or straying:
There are men who're atric tly perfect
Cupid Is Still Busy In Ei
Paso; Weddings Numerous
J The recent -wedding in Memphis, of
j Miss L.ola Mathews, sister of Mrs. John
J Enimett Lockhart, of the Chihuahua
smelter, and William Haney Ellis, of
the Tennessee city, was made 4he occa-
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evening at which the engagement of
Miss Lucille Brotherson Wilson to Guy
OMver Willis -was announced. The mar
riage -will take place the latter part of
June. Covers were laid for 10. The
j sion of a family reunion. The date being ! decorations were artistically carried out
he J4th wedding anniversary or tne i in pink and green.
bride's parents. Among those present j Besides the honored guests -were: Mr.
from a distance for the reunion were: I and Mrs. J. W. Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Mathews, of St. Charles Teitsart. Olr. and Mrs. E. W.
Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Mathews, I Elkin, of Sherman, Tex.; Miss Ellen
of Kansas City? Mr. and Mrs. T. W. j Bevins, Mr. and Mrs." G. A.' Hagberg.
Kirkwood, of Little Rock; Mrs. John I
Einmett Lockhart and little daughter, I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Harvey enter
Grace Elizabeth, of Chihuahua, Mex- j tained on Monday evening in honor of
ico, and Mrs. F. J. O'Donnell, of Chi- i their 15th weddinsr anniversarv. Manv
Miss Mary Nations charminly enter
tained 11. of her young friends on Sat
urday at luncheon. A color motif of
pink prevailed in the decorations and
was developed -with pink roses. The
candles were also in pink, and the place
cards were of rose design.
The guests were: - Misses Emily
Kemp, Rosalie Behr. Virginia Stewart,
Elizabeth Stevens, Dema Fleck:, Marion
Young, Estelle Berrien, Stella Brink,
Clara Fink, Eleanor Eubank.
Mrs. "W. W. Fink entertained very in
formally on Saturday evening In honor
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of her guests, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. TVire.
The Thursday Lunch club will be en
tertained this -week, on Saturday at the
homo of Mrs. W. R. Brown.
5- MASK DANCE. 4
As a variation from the usual "week
end dance at ihe Country club the Sat
urday night dance took the form of
A number of the young people -were
en masque, and the costumes -were
most unique and attractive
With the coming of warm weather
the club grows In popularity, and the
attendance Saturday evening was un
The Memphis Commercial Appeal de
scribes the wedding as follows:
"The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Mathews was the scene of a pretty wed
ding yesterday afternoon, when their
interesting games were played, after
which the guests were invited into the
dining room where cake, cream, and
bonbons were served, the color scheme
of violet and pink being carried out in
the refreshments, while the place
daughter, Lola, became the bride of cards with toasts and best wishes writ
William Raney Ellis. In the spacious j ten upon thern for the host and hostess
hall the stairway was wreathed In were tied v.ltn violet and pink ribbons,
wistaria, while clusters of snowballs or- j Roses adorned the table as a center
namejitcd the book cases and tables. J iece Those enjoymg Mr. and Mrs.
Beautiful hanging clusters of wistaria , Ha.s hospltality were: Mr. and
festooned the -windows and doorways F Ho(J M pitcIth of
iu tut; uiatt lug a uuxit, iiita c . uunci ul
ferns and Easter lilies in a "window
Thft hrM-. a o fnr- tho nvr. 1 Mr- and Mrs- L- s- Frankenburger,
Pueblo, Colo.; Edward Hodge, Mrs. Su
san Franklin. Miss Annie Franklin,
mnTi- in n traTftUnir enff nf sfnno irrppn
cloth, with which she wore a green master Jlobert Harvey.
messaline hat adorned with green rib
bons, and pink roses, and carried a
Miss Josephine Frankenburger, and
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shower bouquet of Bride roses. The "
maid of honor. Miss Xettie Ellis, sister j t
"served at the close of the games. The
guests present were: Misses Nannie
Lackland, Josie Marr, Anna Shelton,
Alma Jones, Maud and Lillian Austin,
Lena Fletcher, Olga Berry, Kathrine
Coles, Jane Christy, Florence LeBaron,
Margharetta LeBaron, Clover Shackel
ford, Frankie Miller, Laura Murchlson,
Olive Laurie, Bertha Pool, Mary Pool.
Janie Ellis, Leigh White, Anna Grace
and Gertrude Ellis, Fannie Henning,
Ethel Waltz, Anita Monica Gal
lagher, Carolyn Payne, Frances Clark,
Ann Thurmond, Corbett, Howell, Adine
Xoake, Addie McFarland. Hattie May
Miss Essie Darbyshlre will entertain
Saturday afternon at bridge at her
home, 719 North Florence.
Mrs. D. Y. Hadley will be the next
hostess for the Merry Wives High Five
Miss Ethel Walz will entertain the
Wednesday Bridge club on Saturday at
the Country club.
Mrs. W. S. McMath will entertain the
Thursday Bridge club tomorow aftejr-
S' "3"fr 'r'5"
4. PERSONALS. ,
Mrs. Effie McGown, who has been vis
iting relatives in Hot Springs, Ark., will
arrive home this week.
Francis Moore has returned from Las
Cruces, where he gave a concert. Mrs.
L. A. Broaddus, formerly of El Paso,
Mrs. Mary Simpson and daughter.
Miss Minnie, who have been visiting
the former's daughter; Mrs. James M.
Goggin, left Saturday for their home
in Eagle Pass.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wire of Wash
ington. L C. are In the city visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fink.
Miss Lena Fletcher, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. TV. W. Turney,
for some time, left Sunday for her home
In Marshall, Texas-. Miss Fletcher was
honored with many delightful social af
fairs and made a large number of
friends during her visit.
Mrs. E. W. Elkin, who has been the
guest of Mrs. J. W. Brown, returned
Sunday to her home in Easton, Texas.
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of the groom, was gowned in pink silk,
with a pink picture hat. and carried a
bouquet of Killarney roses.
"The wedding music was rendered by
the bride's sister. Mrs. John Emmett
Lockhart, of Chihuahua, Mexico.
An Informal reception followed. A
dainty wedding menu was served in the
dining room where the bride's table had
for its center niece the beautiful wed
ding cake, wreathed in ferns and lilies j
of the valley. Pink shaded tapers burn
ing in crystal candlesticks ornamented
with pink tulle bows added to the beau
tiful effect. After a bridal trip to Lit- i
tie Rock and southern points, Mr. Ellis
and his bride will be at home to their
friends at 1640 York avenue."
The bride is well known in El Paso,
having visited her sister at the smelter.
Mr. and Mrs. Mathews have also visited
here and lived at one time in New Mex
ico, so that their local acquantance is
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On Sunday morning following the
service at the First Christian church,
A. H. Lincoln and Miss Myrtle Miller
were married in the church study.
Rev. P. J. Rice officiated. The young
people, both of whom are El Pasoans,
will reside in this city.
Miss Charlotte Herskovitz and Sam
uel Levy, of Akron, O., will be united
In marriage tomorrow afternoon at 3 1
oclock at the home of the bride's par
ents. Rabbi Martin Zlelonka will of
ficiate. The bride is an accomplished
musician and well known in musical
and social circles.
The groom -is a young business man of
Akron, 0., at which place they will
Miss Jylorence C. Herbert, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Herbert, of 909 Up
son avenue, and Arthur L. Wilton, son
of assistant postmaster George L. AVil-
ton, were united in marriage Monday, j
j ney were qnietiy married by Rev. Hen
ry Easter, of St. ClementV Episcopal
church. Miss Herbert has lived in El
Paso for a number of years. Mr. Wil
ton is employed in the mail service, com
ing here recently from the Philippine
i -5"5'4"5--3' 4-.
A new berfevolent socletj' to be called
the Sunshine Workers was organized
Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Wm. H. F. .Tudd.
The meetings will be held the first
and third Mondays of each month, at
the home of the president. Mrs. .Tudd.
and the purpose of the society will be
to sew for the needy.
On Monday, Mai- 2, a donation party
will be given at the home of Mrs.
Judd and members are asked to
Invite as many friends as they wish, and
each one is expected to bring some ar-
Frank Aj Lee, the president of the
Everett Piano company, was in El Paso
Monday. He Is director and one of the
organizers of the May Music Festival
given annually in Cincinnati. Mr. Lee
r Is in charge ofthe United States tour
oi unamminaae ior iiu-ii. ana statea
that with the assistance of the 'Woman's
club and El Paso musicians, it could
probably be arranged to bring this fam
ous musician to this city next winter.
While here Mr. Lee was the guest of
W. R. Schutz.
Mrs. E. B. Bunch, of Benson. A. T..
is the guest of Mrs. H. E. Henry, 506
Mesa avenue, for a few daj's.
Mrs. A. J. Kerr will return Saturday
from a six weeks visit In San Antonio.
In until a late hour. Refreshments were
served by the hostess and Miss Ellinor
Those participating were Misses Violet
Aitken, Constance Pateman. Kate
Krause. Sybil Shedd, Mabel O'Connor,
Ethel Taylor and Nellie Gaillard;
Messrs. Howard Gilman, Phil Warren,
Milton Shedd, Joe McCracken, Bob
Hardaway, Henry Shedd and John Gail
4 CUURUH .WtrjLlHS.
Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Overstreet very
pleasantly entertained the Sunday
school classes of Miss Kate Fink' and
Mrs. Fritz on Friday evening at ""their
home on Noble stxet- The, classes
which are mainly composed of the high?"
school girls, enjoyed a delightful eve
ning looking over the curio collection of
Dr. and Mrs. Overstreet, from the holy
lands and other places during their visit J
abroad. An Impromptu program of mu
sic and recitations was given and re
freshments were served.
The women of the First Baptist
church entertained yesterday afternoon
in the church parlors with a tea.
Refreshments and conversation made
the afternoon most enjoyable. This wa3
the last of the series of social after
noons that have been given by the wom
en of the church during the winter.
Last evening Rev. and Mrs. C. L.
Ox-erstreg t entertained the young men
ushers of the First Presbyterian
church at their home on Noble street.
Refreshments were served and some
15 guest enjoyed the hospitality of Mr.
and Mrs. Overstreet-
tide to assist in the work, either tnreaa, Mrs. Jame Bartlett will leave the
needles, ginghams domestic, or other i first of the month for New York and !
maenais. Philadelphia, and later will go to
It Is the desire of the society to col- Atlantic City for the remainder of the
lect materials with which to begin active I season
work in the early fall.
The officers were elected at the meet
ing Friday, as follows:
President Mrs. Wm. H. F. Judd.
Vice president Mrs. Frank H. Sea
mon. Treasurer Mrs. Francis Earle.
Secretary Mrs. J. J. Pearce.
Chairman of ways and means Mrs. I
W. L. Tooley.
Chairman of investigating committee
Miss Grace V. Logan.
Chairman of entertainment committee
Mrs. W. R. Brown.
Disbursing officer of society Mrs.
J. D. Love.
The music department of the Woman's
club held the last meeting of the season
this afternoon at the home of Mrs.. W.
The ever popular "II Trovatore" was
the opera given under the direction of
Mrs. S. J. Frudenthal.
The Shakspere Reading club will be
entertained next week at the home of
Mrs. George Halle on Campbell street.
"The Daughters of the Confederacy
Mrs. S. M. Gilbert, of Mexico, Mo., is
I visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Gill, of
suy .Nortn Florence street.
? THE YOUNGER SET. 4.
The Lamar school students gave one
ot tneir usual interesting programs
Tuesday afternoon In the auditorium of
the Montana street school. The program,
which was divided into 10 parts, was as
a. "Ghosts of the Past," David Rob
ertson, Jesse Payne, Bennie Aguirre.
-uiueaa xienning, .uatniide Baldwin.
b. Solos from well known operas,
Bessie Gibson, Ethel Littel, Dorothy
"Who's Afraid?" Lois MeChesnej-.
Reuben and Rachel, Julia Schuster
and. Robert Temple.
Indian chorus, Reba Elliott, John
.nuuse. iair Kuoy, jiary Evans. V
1-v.o .1ar10nettes , Bennie Aguirre.
Mrs. G. A. Hagberg entertained at a
beautifully appointed dinner Thursdav
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held an interesting meeting Tuesday I "neta Henning, Jesse Payne, Zula
The celebrated elocution class, con
ducted by professor Cicero Verisopht.
lone Johnson, Regina Rogers. Johnnie
Burnie, Anna Mary Patterson. Irene
Mebus. "vnilim Race, James Biggs Or
Recitation. Anna Field.
Ttvo selections b- Prof Verlsnnf.t'
famous French harp orchestra, Dean
Harper, James Boyd, Shelbv Shive I
Verne Dal ton. Curtis TViillams, Jack i
Gipsy chorus, Reua Elliott, Teora
Conner, Grace Vingo, .Tettie Young,
afternoon at Trinity M. E. cllurch
A pleasing program was given, as
Instrumental solo Miss M. E. Finney.
Vocal solo Mrs. R. V. Pearson.
Address Capt. T. J. Beall.
Vofeal solo Miss "Wooten.
Vocal solo Mrs. Leila Moore.
AcconjpanlstF, Mrs. TVheat. t Mrs.
Pearce. Miss Sprinz.
Capt. Beall. in the name of R, E
Chapter. bestowed crosses of honor on
the following veterans:
R. TV". McColluSn. company B. 11th
1 Texas cavalry. '
A. C. "Watson, company B, 33rdTex-a-;
J. C. Ware, company B., 33rd Texas
J. II. Watson, company B, 33rd Tex
Frank Word, company S, eighth
"W. E. Kendell, company A, 16th Ar
kansas. J. B. Fletcher, company B, 50th Vir
ginia. TV. H. Dunson, company C, 50th Ten
nessee. C. IT. Essary, Rice's conmanv. Texas
Mir Lynette Fisher, of Galveston,
was the inspiration for a delightful
bridge party on Saturday afternoon at
"which Miss Sue Crombie was the
Miss Adins nnlrn irac thfl mrcf cup. I
cessful player and won the first prizes.
The rnnsnlntfnn nri-zn wont tn Aflcc
Alma .Toiins. anH tlio r-iif;t nrlo tn I S
A delicious two course luncheon was
The Irish emigrants. John House and
One of the most enjoyable affairs of
the past week was the hay ride and
dance given by Miss Nellie Gaillard last
Saturday evening, at PorcHer's ranch,
nine miles down the valley.
The pruests were met at Washington
park with a large hay wagon, and had
a delightful ride out to the rauch
where games and dancing were indulged
to be welll
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