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"Wednesday, May 4, 1910.
We have the best School Shoe proposition
for Boys and Girls that was ever offered.
"We have experimented a long time, but
now we hare positively the best School
Shoe ever sold at a moderate price. The
soles are tough and made of natural oak
with a splendid box calf upper.
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(By Arthur Davison FIcke.)
Boys' School Shoes, djo f(
No. 1 to 5 1-2 P&eUV
The "Rob Roy" brand high
grade School Shoesfor youths,
sizes 9 to 13 1-2,
The same for boys,
sizes 1 to 5 1-2
Girls' School Shores or Oxfords
range in price according to size
and quality from
Separate Department for the
S) GREATER EL PASO'S
(jff6'tSGRATST sttQE STORE I
I SHOE- gOMPANVF
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Nothing changes in a day:
Even Love, that Is fleet
"When It lifts It's flying feet,
Turn bat gradually away.
Even Death, that comes so soon,
Lingers doubtful through th hours' ",
Ere- It covers up the flo-rrers
With inguc dusk and Spectral moon.
"When the lengthened years shall pass
Finally to where the world
From Its slumber shall be hurled,
And life arise from the dim mass,
Then thoso who watch the night turn gray
Shall know wh, patient, still did brood
Our hearts that hoped, jet understood
That nothing changes in. a day.
The regular business meeting of tho
W. C. T. U. will be held in the parlors
of the Y. W. C. A. Friday afternoon
at 3 oclock. After the reading of the
Jommittees and superintendent's re
orts, a woman physician will speak
on :ne subject of "llea'th."
Tommorrow evening the Westmin
ster Presbyterian church will entertain
with a social at the home of Mrs. J. D.
Love, 700 Upson avenue. ' The men of
the church will lie in charge of the
The Woman's Home Mission society,
of Highland Park Methodist church,
was entertained at the home of Mrs.
Kimble, on Federal street. Highland
SHOWER FOR BRIDE.
Through 'the hospitality of Misses
Myra Prater and Fannie" Blakesly, thf
friends of Miss Ruth Coleman had an
opportunity to shower her -with gifts
on Saturday afternoon. The downpour
was so great that it partook more of
the nature of a cloudburst than an April
There was an excellent musical pro
gram, followed by the reading of re
cipes by each guest on "How to Man
age a Husband." Some of these were
clever indeed, and the opinions were
varied: yet all seemed to agree on the
one point, "Feed him well." These reci
pes were compiled in book form as a
souvenir of the occasion, for the bride
The honoree's little nieces, Ruth and
Fort Bayard, X. M., April 30, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate for fur
nishing and installing the machinery
for power refrigerating, and electric
lighting systems, at this post, will be
Teceived until 11 c m.. May 28th. and
then opened. Information furnished on
application. IT. S. reserves right to ac- I
Boys will be Boys
and are always getting scratches, cuts,
sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds.
Don't neglect such things they may
result serious if you do. Apply Ballard's
cept pr reject any or all proposals or j Snow Liniment acordmg to directions
any part thereof. Envelopes containing I right away and it will relieve the pain
Park. The entertainment was In honor j Alice Lee Koger, assisted .by little Kath-
01 -ArH- -"" l"e """" " -"- rine Holt, of Las Cruces, brought in
Kimble had prepared a very interest- rfrf hnst fiiiArt .-hy, invoiv riftc
' inS Program. A comic reading by Mrs j Miss Coleman was very charming and
Lt. Chas. C. Winnia, Constructing Quar- I Freeman was applauded. Black j gracIous Jn her acceptance. She -was
termaster. Jumi"J a ,c , . r. j"-"""' auite pretty in a white embroidery
was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. McUIure j gown
read of pioneer childhood which j puiJch wfls servefl throusnout the aft.
brought back fond memories to many . prnnnn An ,. vlth , finished the
of those present. Delicious refresh-1
The hostesses "were assisted on this
occasion by Misses Iduma Hughes, Sal-
proposals should be marked -'Proposal j -and heal the trouble-. Price 2
for machinery" and addressed to 1st and $1.00. Sold by all druggists
ments were served of cake and sher
bet, after which the meeting -was J
closed by a series of comic readings by
Mrs. C. W. Bretz.
Everything in stock now offered at
removal sale reductions. Snyder Jewelry
Co., 20S Texas street.
OF D SC
If You As
If you are a woman "who appreciates correct
Millinery made by master artiste from the
finest materials you will be mere than inter
ested in our present Removal Sale. You can
new choose from our entire immense stock At
practically your own price. We will refuse no
reasonable offer for any hat in stock. You
will appreciate these bargains if you are a
woman of discrimination.
$ In taSe you are not particular you
iville satisnedjijwitli milliner v made
XJ.UXL1 jiuuxcrtjiiL maLt?nais, oy meom-
petent iimjziers, or in other wo;
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iixixxjjj.GXj ivixab-JiQ UldLlXr UUJ-V JLUl?SiiUW, V
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m&L y$r 7 - k M2'S'Z& L
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and that YOii:"cairfi-nrJ in thpTflpi?rvB-
ment storeCqnie now? andieyu
can sell rou tli-felinipy at
the cost of the common kind.
Exafhples of RemovklSaie Values
In addition to Iillinerv eveiy article in stock isjmclvided. The following are ex-
dniicb xiuiH Liie uiuerent seeuions: ,
$12.50 Bags $4.95
Genuine Seal or Walrus Bag, oxidized
or Roman gold mountings, leather lined,
compartments for card case, purse and
toilet articles. Thee are regular 12.50
tegs; Removal Sale d A gF
All Flowers t
at Less than
All Yeils and Veiling at wholesale. We
Extra long Chiffon Auto Yeils, with
button: all colors; worth regularlv
$2.00; Remoral Sale
Bibbons of the fin
est quality: not the
kind: now go at
cost and less.
I iHair Goods
2Cotdjstanding Hair Goods has recent
ly advanced we are closing out entire
stock it 25- reductions. We mention
4Q.-inoh Dir&h Braids, all shades; regu
lar 7:50 and,$8.50, rtQ Qg
at ...., .JS.?. D0
Sanitary Wash "Rats and Tur- gf
banst-wort. 50c, at A 0 C
Qsixich Feather Section
WillcAvJfPlnnvs vin black, white arfd all
colors;! inc'jes long, 18 inches -vVide;
worth regularlr 2000, Tillbe offersd
during Reniova Sale $&Q Oi
lie Blake, Belle Chaplin and Mrs. Eliza
The guests -were:
Misses Prater, Blakesley, Shirley,
Belle Chaplin, Tura Compton, Kate Rob
inettc, Lucile Pierce, Helen Newell,
Iduma Hughes, Ina Nelson, Carrie Sed
don, Winifred Roe, Ethel Rowe, Ida.
Lockhart, Fannie Teager, Alice New
comb, Hennipg, Ros. Maclver, Gallager,
Anderson, Hazel Graham, Nell Taylor,
1 Snndifer, Berenhce Kingwell, Justine
Newbrough, Emily Giddings, Edith Gid
dings Flora Evans, Anne George, Sallie
Blake, Gertrude Howes, Cora Schwarz,
Sexton, Ruth Evans, Mary Gates, M. Le
Barcn. Inez Pumphery, Hermione Haw
kins, Alicia Swann, Pauline Sprinz, Mes-
I dames Runkle, Gleason. R. B. Smith, J.
C. Mee, Hennmg, Pole, Preston, Bower,f
Ferguson, II. F. Wright. Bush, Geo.
Brunner, Ft. McKnight. Howard, Geo-
Haile, Ingcls, Edw. Earl, Wm. liraves,
: cards. :
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Miss Eessie Darbyshire was the
charming hostess on Saturday after
noon at seven tables of bridge. The
home was particularly attractive with
its decoration of lilies and roses, In
termingled with ferns. The dainty
score cards were hand painted in
A delicious three course luncheon
served from the small tables further
developed the color effect of yellow and
The first prize, a hand painted pic
ture, was awarded to Miss Lillie Cole,
the second prize, a beautiful book, was
won by Miss Julia Coldwell, and the
consolation prize went to Mrs. J. R
Mrs. R. C. Canby very charmingly
entertained yesterday morning at the
home of Mrs. E. C. French, compli
mentary to the members of the Tues
day Bridge club.
Mrs. VT. A. White entertained this
afternoon complimentary tc the Mar
ried Women's Wednesday Bridge club.
Mrs. James Crawford entertained at
a delightfully informal bridge party
yesterday afternoon at her home on
Handsome prizes were awarded the
successful players, and at the conclu
sion of the games refreshments were
served. Those in attendance were:
Mesdames George Morse. H. E. Runkle,
J. D. Love, TV. H. Winter, W. C. Klutz.
Reed, E. K. Talbot, Bruce Seeton,
Frank Turner, K. D. Franklin, J. R,
Watson, S. M. Russell, Voleterson, C. J.
Anstrand, Batelle, White, Z. L. Cobb,
L. H. Tinker, J. W. Loretz, T. F.
Kjmbell, Richard Crowder, French S.
Cary, J. H. Grant, Rhelnhart, Ray Mc
Clintock. Wm. H. F. Judd, W. H. Lo
retz, Miss Anita Jones.
Mrs. W. D. Wise entertained the
Wednesday Bridge club this afternoon.
Miss Ethel Walz was the last hostess.
The Thursday Bridge club will meet
tomorrow with Mrs. J. Donohue,
The Merry Wives' High Five clun
will meet this week with Mrs. R. 1".
A delightful social occurrence of the
week was the bridge party given yes
terday afternoon by Mrs! James TV.
Magoffin, in honor of her mother, Mrs.
L. M. Buford, of Torreon, Mexico. A
profusion of roses was used in the dec
orations, adding their charm-teethe at
tractive home. ,, .. 'vi' -
Mrs. WinstonrPettus, -Mrs-J FT "Wil-
and Mr -dames II. B.-Holt, O.CLSnow
J. O. Miller. Gerber, of Las Craces, and
Mrs. J. A. Taylor, of. rvevaea, Texas. ,
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xiitj cynsoiauon pr;ze went Jo Mts.
Jackall, and the- booby prlfe to Miss
Evelyn ;Lpgan.. A dghtful supper
toiipwed the games, served from the !
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Mrs. W. 'R. Brown Verv dftlisrhtfnlK-
ntertained ,the members of the Thurs-
uay .uncn jmud last week on Saturday
tively set with cluny lace dollies and
decorated with pink roses.
Tho chandeliers and candles- were
shielded with pink shades, the soft-color
adding to the attractiveness of the
A pleasing program of music and
recitations was rendered.
Mk J. M. Richmond gave two piano
selections in her finished and brilliant
Mrs. F. S- Hollington added to the
pleasure of the afternoon with several
readings and a recitation.
"Rosemary for Remembrance," a vocal
solo, was very beautifully given by
Mra. Leila T. Moore.
Mr. Witte's tenor solp was especially
pleasing and called forth hearty ap
In addition to quita sum of money
donated the society a large collection
of packages was received, containing
all the materials necessary for supply
ing the babies' wardrobes.
The real work of the; charity asso
ciation for the care of the babies will
begin Friday morning at 9:30 oclock,
when anhour and a half will be spent
in sewing for the needy.
The Dickens club will meet this week
on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Wm.
K. F. Judd.
The Shakespeare Reading club will be
entertained next week at the home of
Mrs. W. H. Williamson, 1305 North
The Woman's club held their final
meeting of the season this afternoon In
the club rooms. After the business and
installation of officers, an excellent
musical program was given and a so
cial time enjoyed.
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A complete and most successful sur
prise was tendered Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Sanderson on Monday evening, the oc
casion being the 20th anniversary of
their marriage. The affair was given
by the members and friends of the
Highland Park Baptist church. Mr.
Sanderson has been superintendent of
the Sunday school since its organiza
tion and all departments of the church
participated in the "event. Mr. and Mrs.
Sanderson were presented with a beau
tiful china dinner set. Mrs. F. Freeman
making the presentation speech. De
licious refreshments were served and a
real bride's cake containing the usual
ring, thimble and dime was a feature
of the evening's enjoyment.
In cutting the cake the ring went to
Miss Abi Burr, the thimble to Mrs.
Chandler and -the dime to Harold Fri-
j? SCHOOL SOCIAL.
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The Parent-Teacher association of
the Mesa school will hold a social ses
sion at 3 p. m. Friday in the kinder
garten room at the Mesa school. An
enjoyable program will be given.
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4. FOR THE BANIvHRS. 4.
Elaborate arrngeraentsare being
made for the ? entertainment of the
banlcers'-assoiaKtipn in ibis city next
week-Qrhe-bankers are scheduled to ar
riveMondaj evening and will be en
tertained at a reception at the Elks'
club at 9 oclock.
Two other large affairs of the week
Let us show you with wh&i
genius and scientific accuracy a
new principal has been applied
to make the Kryptok lenses per
fect invisible bifocals. .
You have seen people
wearing a very conspicu
ous sort of bifocal glasses
the kind with divided
lenses' for near und far
These glasses do not
cause amusement, but
they do provoke sympa
thetic curiosity. They give
the impression that there
is something the matter
with the wearer' s eyes--something
j KRYPTOKS cures that
J. R. SEGALL, Examining Optician
EL PASO, .TEXAS
Pioneer Plaza Established 1901
Bell Phone 104; Auto 1104'
will be the reception tendered the visit
ing women Tuesday evening at 8:39
oclock, at the home of Mrs. "W. W. Tur
ney, and the dance at the Country club
on Thursday evening. The local mem
bers of the El Paso clearing house will
be in charge of the program of enter
tainment and will act as hosts.
T. C. Gardner, Mrs. McDonald, Jamisoftf j at her honfe on west Rio Grande.
The table was attractively set with
green embroidered doilies. A basket of
glowing pink --nreet peas occupied the
central position, while an atmosphere of
spring time was suggested by the
wealth of tiny pink roses scattered over
f 4" &"&
4. i tho board.
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Mrs. C.-BfaKlly. accompanied by her
little daughters, left Saturday evening
for a visit of some length with her
motfler, Mrs. Frank Wood, at Inver-"
Mrs. S. R. Comfort and daughter,
Miss Florence, have returned from a
month's visit with the former's daugh
ter, Mrs. G. P. Windsor, of Nacozari,
Mtes Lynette Fisher, who has been
visiting hfr sister. Mrs. W. S. Crombie,
The delightful courses of the. mwn
further develoDcd tho color scheme.
Mrs. H. M. Witt will be the next hos
tess for the club in two weeks.
The donation party given Monday
afternoon by the Sunshne Workers at
the home of the president, Mrs. Wm.
H. F. Judd, was a most decided suc-
The society, recently organized, has
a score or more of enthusiastic workers,
and i steadily increasing botn in in
terest and numbers The four officers
of the society, Mrs. Wm. H. F. Judd,
Mr-. F. H. Simon. Mrs. F. C. Earle and
Mrs. J. J. Pearce. tood in the receiv-
will leave next week for her home in i ing line and welcomed the callers. Those
Galveston. She will be accompanied j assisting the hostess in entertaining and
by Mrs. Crombie. who will make a serving were: Mesdames W. L. Toolev,
short visit in Galveston.
Mrs. Lizzie C. Davis, of Marfa. Texas,
is in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs.
William Caples, of 500 West Boulevard.
Mrs. C. V. Safford. wife of New Mex
ico's traveling auditor, arrived in the
citv yesterday for a visit with her son,
Harney Spinner. At the close of the
school terms Mrs. Safford and Harney
will leave for California to spend the
Mrs. LolaA C. Christilaw, who has
boen visiting friends and relatives in
Mexico, is stopping with Mrs. W. J.
Sickle on her way to her home in I
Kelly, N. M.
W. R. Brown, W. C. Klutts, J. D. Love,
E. K. Talbot, French S. Cary, Bruce
Miss Grace V. Logan received the "do
rations" from the callers as they came.
The dining table, from which lemon
ade and cake were served, was attrac-
CrNp, Toothsome! and Requires No
and Mrs. A. H. Snyderare re
: in the arrival of a small daugh-
Mrs. J. F. Prlmm underwent a suc
cessful operation for appendicitis Mon
dav at Hotel Dleu. and is reported to
be doing well.
Mrs. Geo. Paul is slowly recovering
from a serious operation at Providence
Mrs R. H. Bishop left this morning
for Denver to visit her cousin, who was
he-e through the winter of 190S-09. She
will alo go to Fairbury, Neb., to visit
her son and daughterinlaw and child.
Mrs. Bishop is the wife of R. H. Bishop,
of the Stanton street station. She will
be gone about three weeks.
FOR THE GRADUATE
Jewelrj is the gift most appreciated
bv the '-sweet girl graduate." We are
offering gold jewelry at 25 percent off.
diamond jewelry 20 percent off; watches
except R. R. watches, 25 percent off:
removal sale is the reason. Snyder
Jewelry Co, 20S Texas street.
Have beautiful hand have us mani
cure them regularly Elite Parlors, over
- little boy down In N. C. asked his
mother to write an account of how
Grapc-Nuts food had helped their, fam
ily. She says Grape-Nuts was first
brought to her attention In Charlotte,
whero sho visited.
"While I was there I used the food
regularly. I gained about 15 pounds
and felt so well that when I returned
home I began using Grape-Nuts In the
"My little 18 months old baby shortly
after being weaned was very ill with
dyspepsia and teething. She was sick
nine weeks and we tried everything.
She became so emaciated that it was
painful to handle her and we thought
we were going to lose her. One day a
happy thought urged me to try Grape
Nuti soaked In a little warm milk.
"W ell, -it v. orked like a charm and
she beanN taking it regularly and im
provement set in at once. She is now
getting well and round and fat as fast
as possiblo and on Grape-Nuts.
"Sometime ago several of the family
were stricken with La Grippe at the
same time, and during th worst stages
we could not relish anything in the 1
shape of food but Grape-Nuts and or
ange3, everything else nauseating us.
"We all appreciate what your -famous
food has done for our family "
Read "The Road to Wellville," -found
in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever rend tint aboo letter? A new
on appear, from time to time. They
aru genuine, true, nnd full of human
J 'j&ffi fey lasj III H) 1
1.00 to $5.00
FOR THE BRIDE.
Buy the bride's gifts at removal sale
prices. We are offering cut glass, hand
painted china and silverware at 33 1-3
percent discount. Snyder .JewelryMo.,
20S Texas street.
WHAT EVERY TVOMAN WANTS
Beautiful hair, glossy, abundant and
free from dandruff., is the result of the
regular use of White's Hair Tonic. Thts
hair tonic is our own preparation, put
up expressly for El Paso women and.
Intended to counteract the bad effects
of El Paso's dry atmosphere. Just try
White's Hair Tonic and see how it beau
tifies your hajr.
Scott White & Co.,
204 Mills Street.
Ho. 1 Little Plaza
er and manufac
turer; all shades;
YOU WILL NOT ONLY BE PLEASED WHEN YOTJ BUY HARDWARH
FROM US, BUT AFTERWARD.'
OUR BRANDS OF HARDWARE ARE KNOWN, RELIABLE BRANDS
AND "WILL STAND HARD WEAR.
WHEN YOUR HARD-WARE WEARS, OUT COSIE BUY YOUR NEW
THINGS FROM US. YOU WILL GET yf)UR MONEYS WORTH AND OUR
PERSONAL GUARANTEE THAT W HAT YO!r BUY WILL STAND THE TEST,