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EL PASO HERALD - . - :
Saturday. June 18, 1910
Many LeevVe On
V ' acaiions
during the WJeeK.
Sis ra. $ iBlto I, GEJIXT M v j
HfjCfe P? lY!9l 1 W Ct 1 (By Richard Hensl-it -Home.) j fx I? flf " EjVGS 8
"- w "r" . . i with rropr ui
KSSl 1 We saw a snow-white butterfly H A T"
Kjav Dancing before the rittni saic,
Ts8?wy a Far out at sea. '
OOK over the list of bargains we
- are offering in low shoes right
now when you need them and then
ask yourself whether you can afford to overlook a single
item. Ip some cases these Oxfords are priced less than
half their original price.
"Bronze, Patent Leather and Gun Metal Oxfords and
Ties, former price $3, $3.50 and $4; Bargain price. . .
Patent Leather, Bronze and Colored Suede Oxfords
and Ties, former price $3-00 to $4.00; Bargain price. .
Broken lots and sizes of Canvas and other
Oxfords, Bargain price
ii Little Folk's
Misses Black Kid Oxfords and Tan
Ankle Straps, former price $2.00 and
$2.50: Bargain d 1Q
Children's and Infants' Oxfords and
Ankle Ties, patent leather with col
ored tops, also canvas: former price
f 1.25 and LdO;
Children's Black and Colored Ox
fords, former price $1.50 and $1.75;
Infants' Tan, Black .Eld, Bine and
"White Canvas Oxfords and Ties, for
mer price 75c and $1;
GREATER EL PASO'S
'GREATEST SHOE STORE
STEVENS HAS HIS
HOUSE TJrTBEB EOOF
Bain Can X ow Pall at Cloud
croft Personal News
Bj ilxs. W. S. Tilton.)
ToHcrojtr 2T- M- June 18. It may
ram bow rain to its heart's content, for
("karJie Stevens 1ms Ms roof on and his
Hm?eald goods and chattels under cover.
3t is a idee red roof that Eugene Xefi
5nt xp to kkn, and it can be seen from
There is & siigrht improvement in the
c-oHditioa oi Dr. Staten's baby. All the
tx oi tie babies and iihere is a colony
of them xre all doinr veil.
Mrs. H. H. Bailey ,baby and nurse, are
up for tiie unxmer.
C. A. Fox came up on yesterday's
lr (rgrald Windsor and children and
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agent named below and
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A toilet powder for pets
and for general household
xssc7" livery owner of a dog or cat is
liable to have fleas brought into the
bouse, causing annoyance to the pet
with the added danger of getting on
the person of your children or self.
SIC-EM kills fleas and other vermin,
immediately. Non irritating and
DENT'S DOG REMEDIES
For Sale By
SCOTT WHITE & CO.
KKOBLATJCH D2TJG CO.
Gss Marian Comfort are giiests of Irs.
Taft at the Magoffin cottage. j
Sir. and rs. Lee Orndorf f have opened
the De Groff cottage for the summer.
Those at the Lodge are: D. E. Coven,
El Paso; Dr. R. H. Gudger, Alamo; G.
Jones, Las Cruces; IL Steyman, Ciudad
Juarez, Mex.; W. H. B. Kent, forest ser
vice: Mrs. W. H. Pelnhrey, Alamo; 3Irs.
Pauline Haggrust, Alamo; Miss Vivian
Reddinsr, El Paso; Miss Trust Pearson, El
Paso- R. H. Russell, Ft. Smith, Ark.;
Mrs. H. Clay Dyer, El Pasof Mrs. Walter
Quebedeaux, El Paso; Mrs. F. M. Oue
bedeaux, Austin; Rev. M Eagon, Alamo;
Mrs. B. M. Williams, El Paso; Darothv
Williams. EI Paso; Mrs. C. G. McKee, El
Paso: Miss Esther Darbyshire. El Paso;
W. E. Carmack, Alamo; T. K. Tucker,
Alamo; El L. DeShazo, El Paso; Mrs.
W. T. Ravenhill, El Paso; Miss Marjorie
Grandmongin, El Paso; Miss Minnie
Rapp, Osage City, Ivas.j J. A. Buck, Dear
City; Mrs. M L. Patterson, EI Paso;
Mr. and Mrs. Levis, Silver City: T. B.
Grace, El Paso; L. S. Hawley, Denver;
ZL H. Frampton, El Paso.
ICEEP TOUR HEAD COMFORTABLE
I BY TT.SI?kG WHITE'S HAIR TONIC. J
This hot weather, when your head
, perspires and your hair feels damp and
; sticky, you need to use "Vhite's Hair
, Tonic. It will do away with thsticky
feeling and make your hair fluffy and
pretty. ThereNs a good deal in the way
you use "WTiite's Hair Tonic It must
be applied to the hoots of the hair and
rubbed dnto the scalp. If used regu
larly say about twoce a week it pre
vents dandruff and falling hair, and
seince it keeps the scalp in a healthy
condition, will bring an abundance Qf
new hairs. If your hair is thin in any
one particular place, as around the
Semples it would be well to apply
White's Hair Tonic there every day.
White's Hair Tonic is our own prep
aration, put up by us and bearing our
guarantee. Comes in 50c and $1.00
bottles. Scott White & Co., prescrip
tion druggists, 204 Mills street. Bell
Tel. 940; Auto 1940.
1 Use Herald Want Ads.
NEED MONE Y
SEE OUR WINDOW
Jewelry of every kind cut
from 25 to 50 per cent
FULLAN'S 219 San Antonio Si
"i CARDS. 4.
IVTrs. R. H. Smith entertained at a de
lightfully informal bridge party Wed
nesday morning in honor of Miss Mabel
Jones of Fort Worth, who is visiting
Mrs. James R. Harper. Cut flowers
added their charm to the attractive
Smith home, and following the games
dainty refreshments were served.
Miss Lucille Frise will entertain the
girlsof the Phi Phi club Tuesday morn
ing at cards.
Miss Elizabeth Young very pleasant
lyentertained at bridge this morning
complimentary to Miss Mabel Jones, of
Fort Worth, Texas. .
v v : : : : : : . .
A charming social occurrence this
week was the dinner given last even
ing at the post by lieutenants Charles
A. Thuis, Henry B. Clagett, Ray H.
Coles, Joseph H. Morrow.
The affair was given at the officers'
quarters, and lieutenant and Mr-s. F, H.
Turner chaperoned the party.
The beautifully appointed table was
attractively decorated with shasta dais
ies. The guests from town were: Misses
Janie Ellis, Henrietta Buckler Anna
Grace and Gertrude Ellis, Frances
Clark, Wallace Downing.
F. M. de Rivas, of Mexico City, en
tertained at a charmingly appointed
dinner Thursday evening at the Harvey
The affair was complimentary to Miss
Lillian Austin and her bridal party.
Douglas vs. El Paso, Saturday, 4 p.
m.; Sunday, 3:30 p. m.
TRY THIS LIQUID IF
YOU HAVE ECZEMA
Thousands of people throughout
Texas and the South have been perma
nently cured by Imperial Eczema
The product is a nice, clean liquid,
made from such well-known antiseptics
as wlntergreen, carbolic acid, chloral
hydrate, etc. Tho liquid penetrates the
skin, opens the pores, goes down to the
very roots of the trouble and purifies
the diseased parts. It immediately
stops all inching and pain, you feel
soothed and refreshed. It soon leaves
the skin perfectly normal, pure, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
If your druggist hasn't Imperial Ec
zema Remedy in stock and will not get
it for you. mail us ?1 and we will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
The IHtle -wanderer who had lost
His wiy, of danger nothing knewj
Settled a while upon ihe mast,
Then fluttered o'er the -waters blue,
Fur out at sea.
Away he sped with shimhering glee!
Scarce seen now lost yet onward borne!
2ight comes, with wind and rain and he
Xo more will dance Ief ore the morn,
Far out at en.
Ho dies unlike his mntes, Ieen;
Perhaps not sooner, nor wqrse crossed;
And he hnth felt, thought, known, and seen
A large life and hope though lost
Far out at sea!
There is only one kind of glass, or lens, that your eyes require.
Anv other kind is apt to do them an injury.
We fit each eye separately by unerring tests that reveal every de
fect. Our knowledge of the human eye is sufficient to insure that
you receive t'he glasses that you need.
Let Us Examine Your Eyes
There is no charge for advice, and our charges for glasses are as
mall as the cast of the glasses and frames ycu require witf permit.
El Paso Optica! C
J. R. SEGrALL,
People Continue To Leave On
Their Summer Trips Of Rest
n Ar TVnrtViinctnn left Wednesday to
join Mrs. Worthington at Uvalde for a
few weeks' visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Conn left this
week for Chicago to visit relatives and
attend the wedding of their nephew,
Joe Cohn. Mrs. Cohn will remain dur
ing the summer, but Mr. Cohn will re
turn in a few days.
Mi Mareraret Kinnon has gone to
Mexico City for her vacation. She .will
return in the fall to finish her course
in the high school.
Mg- and Mrs. Tod Moore have gone
to Fort Worth and Austin to visit
Miss Lily McFarlane will spend part
of the summer visiting inew Mexico.
Mrs. Horace B. Stevens and family
hnvo jrone un to Cloudcroft, where they
will occupy their cottage for the sum
ATrs T?. T. Feldman left Tuesday for
Long Beach, Cal., to spend the sum
Mrs. Minnie Patterson" and small son,
Raymond, have gone up to Clourcroft
for a short visit.
Mrs. T. M. Wingo and children have
gone to California for the summer.
Kabbi Martin Zielonka is preparing
for his summer vacation. He will leave
Mrs. J. J. Crawford and children and
Miss Lucille Pierce will leave next wertc
street, has left for east Texas, where
he will spend about three months visit
Mis Alberta Manujel has gone to
Chicago, where she will -remain until
Mrs. W. H. Kinnon and cnltaren left
Tuesday for Mexico City, where they
will spend several weeks before going
to their home at Tezuitlam. Mrs. Kin
non has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
J. C. Critchett of 912 Lee street.
Rev. Robert Bruce Smith went to
Douglas, Ariz., Thursday to deliver an
address before the graduating class Of
the"Arizona school of religious educa
tion. He returned to the city today.
Mrs. T. W. Fisher and younger chil
dren are visiting Mrs. Julius Krakauer
Mrs. J. H. Utt and son, Dale, left
recently for California, wnere they will
remain a year. The summer will be
spent at Long Beach and the rest of
the time in Los Angeles.
Miss Mamie Clark left recently for
Waco, where she will spend some time
Mrs. Bradford Hardie has gone to
California for a three months' visit at
the coast resorts.
Mrs. J. A. Happer and daughter, Mary,
will leave Tuesday for a fortnight's
visit at Ihe Ames Brown Potter haci
enda, near Toftreon Mexico.
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein is visiting at
Cloudcroft for a short time.
.Tno. Kuneman and wife will leave
-W. T. North, of 611 east Missouri I for Cloudcroft in a few days.
Easter performed the ceremony. On ac
r.nimt nf-thA nromlnence of the family
and popularity of the young bride, the
wedding has been attended Dy mui
than the usual interest.
Immediately after the ceremony, the
young couple left for New ToTk, ,and
will sail from there to Vera Cruz.
On Tuesday evening at 9 oclock at
the pasonage of the First Baptist
church, Leon D. Crapps and Mary A.
Nauning were married by Rev. Robert
RnmA siinith- Both vouner people are
from Clint. Tex., to which place they
returned to make their home.
Samuel D. Jones and Miss Grace B.
"Wimber were united in marriage Wed-
nesday afternoon at 5 oclock, at the
First Baptist churcu. Rev. Robert
Bruce Smith performed ' the ceremony
in the' presence of a company of
The bride is an attractive young El
Paso girl, and the groom is a rail
road man of Carrlzozo. N. M., at which
place they will live. ,
A. quiet wedding tsolemnized Wednes
day evening at the .parsonage, of the
First Baptist chnreh was that of E
L. dates and Miss Bettle Tett. Rev.
Robert Bruce Smith officiated at the
ceremony. The bride Is a young busi
ness woman of this city, who has been
here several years.
The groom is from Portsmouth, O.,
and represents; the Scranton business
college of that place. '
Douglas vs. El Paso, Saturday, 4 p.
u; Sunday, 330 p. m.
A PICNICS. 4
220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168 4-,4, 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.
Mrs. James R. Harper entertained
with' a picnic at ' Washington park
Thursday evening, complimentary to
her guest, Miss Mabel Jones, of Fort
Worth. A delicious picnic luncheon was
served, after which the various park
attractions were enjoyed.
Tft Sunday school class of young
'wonUn of the First Christian church.
taugjit by Mrs. P. J. Rice, were given
a dellprhtful picnic Thursday evenlnsr.
.at Washington park.
Nancy Williams and Margaret Neff
very delightfully entertained a num
ber of their young friends yesterday
afternoon at the home of the former's
mother, Mr. J. F. Williams on west Rio
Grande street. "
v"Various jolly games were played and
a peanut hunt was one of the joys of
the afternoon. In whicn a prize was
given to the one finding the greatest
number. The table cloths were spread
on the lawn and a delightful lunch
served to the small guests in regular
Those -who enjoyed the afternoon
were: Lydia and Mary Happer, Laura
Latta, Helen and Marion Dunn, Lu
cille Carpenter, Elizabeth and Kathrine
Pfaff, Patty and Enid Ainsa, Carolyn
Brown, Lillian Corcoran, Flora Hague,
Ann and Mary Magoffin. Olive and
Harriett Glasgow, Kathrine Seamon.
C. L. Blllinjrton, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9. painting, oaper hanging, decorating
A4.4.4.-!--$-4-4' i Eleanor Davison, of th s city, and has I
Tf lici c .ma. 11.) j. mt.Aj.
A. RETURNING EL PASOANS
Jno. B. Nigro and bride, have just
returned from a ten days' honeymoon.
Misses Mary and Catherine1 McEmiry,
daughters of Capt. Thos. McEmiry, of
HIS Wyoming street, will return from
Santa Fe, N. M., where they have been
attending the academy during the win
ter, to spend their summer vacation
with their parents." Thejare expected
home this evening.
T. M. Wingo has returned from Colo
rado, where he went fishing with S. E.
Leonard and caught some big ones.
Mrs. Helen Roberts, who has been
spending the week in Las Cruces, will
return to the city today.
Mrs. D. D. Willis and daughter, Ja
nie Lee, have returned from a six weeks'
visit in San Antonio. They were ac
companied home by Miss Emily Kemp,
who has also been visiting there.
Miss Hester Manuel has returned
from a lengthy visit .with her grand
mother at Kinmundy, 111.
Mrs U. S. Stewart has returned frpm
a visit to Portland. Mr. Stewart sailed
recently for Japan and the Philippines,
hoping that the sea voyage would im
prove his health.
4. 4. 4. 4. 4 4. 4. 4.4,,i"5'4'4'
4. OUT OF TOWN' VISITORS.
Ttc TnAri- TCf11r is in the eitv vis-
itine: her sisters, Mrs. Fred Muller and i
Mrs. A. K. Rogers, of 917 Mundy ave
nue. After spending a month here she
will enjoy a few weeks' stay In Cloud
croft. Mrs. G. O. Ellis and son. Paul, and
daughter, Harriett, will arrive tomor- 1
row from Uvalde to visit here. '
Miss Ollie Pearce, of Arlington. Tex.,
.irrivpd in the citv today and will be
fthe guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. D. Pol
lock, 1230 Wyoming street, for the
ABOUT EL PASOANS.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H TL. Snody, of
609 east Missouri street, a 9-pound girl.
Mrs. A. D. Vaughn's little daughter,
Lottie, of 412 Wyoming street, Is very
511 at her home, undergoing an opera
tion. Mrs. E. W. S. Neff and daughter,
Mrs. F. C. Searle, who were recently in
jured in an automobile accident, are re
ported much Improved.
Miss Josie Marr will be the guest of
Mrs. W. R. Brown during her mother's
absence, who Is visiting her daujrhter
Mrs. Frank C. Earl4, at -Long Beach,
XTR A 22-bich Real ostrich YTP
quality male stock, all colors, black and white,
worth $23.00, ffow at .5
M M-M ,A
Mrs. M. Cartwright. who has been j
rvisiting her daughter, Mrs. lareu
Pickrell, has returned to her home in
Frank Onion, of Aguascalientes. Mex
ico, passed through the city this week
en route to Topeka, Kans.. to join his
family. They will visit Chicago and
other eastern points before returning
to Mexico In September.
Mrs. Carrie Gallagher and Mrs. Helen
Roberts arrived Thursday from San
Antonio, to be the gues,ts of their sis
ter, Mrs. Victor E. Roberts.-
W. A. White is in the city visiting
his family, from GrancT Falls, Tex.
Mrs. Wm. Boyce,, of Guadalajara,
Mexico, Is spending a short time in the
city visiting Mrs. W. F. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curtis Hall, of
Aguascalientes, Mexico, were the guests
for a few days last week of Mr. and
Mrs. TV. J. Eustace. They were on
their way to their father's ranch at Las
Cruces, N M., where thev will visit
for a number of weeks. Upon their re
turn they Aill top over in El Paso be
fore going on to their home in Aguas
4. SOCIETY BRIEFS. 4-
The usual Saturday night dance will
be given at the Country club this evening.
Our new building opposite the Popular is rapid
ly growing towards completion. We are deter
mined to start with an entire new stock and will
positively carry over no goo'ds, if prices wall sell.
Name Your Own Price
Fpr anything in the house
It Is Your;
The Kapper Delta Epsilon Fratermfv
will entertain their friends next week.'
Rt n. house wnrmlncr nt thi!r now frn-
I ternity home on north Florence street
Later the boys are planning to gie
a "stag" dinner.
The women of the First Baptist
church will entertain -nith a lawn so
cial on Thursday evening at the resi
dence of judge and Mrs. A. Mv Wal
thall, 14Q5 Myrtje avenue.
22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199. 4, 4,188.8.131.52.4.4. 4.
41 WEDDINGS. 4"
The marriage of Miss Mamie Kelly
to Jack Hughes will take place next
Wednesday evening, June 22, at the 1
Church of the Immaculate Conception,
Rev. father Roy officiating.
Saturday at high noon Miss Lillian
Austin and Thomas R Hasam. of Mexi
co Ulty. were united in marriage at St.
ifit is within reason.
. This sale includes our new stock of midsummer
pattern hats and untrimmed shapes, French and
willow ostrich plumes, flowers, veilings, scarfs,
rihhons, ladies' bags, antique real turquoise jew
elry, hair ornaments, etc., etc., also our fine stock
of hair goods, the largest and finest stock in El
iuie gums on 10 tneir nome 111 su- 1 tu viy, neie uuiien in marriage at tt.
calientes. Mrs Hall wat, formerly Miss Clement's Episcopal church. Rev Henrj
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