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Many jLea&e On
During the OeeK.
In Social Circle
e biiaraeiee s Kaus-mit-
There's always a reason for the success of 'any undertaking that
reason is the confidence the Buying pubic has in that particuar undertak
ing. We have gained the confidence of the shoe buying pubic of El Paso
by always doing exactly as we advertise and giving them the best shoe
values in this city at all times.
These Eaus-Mit-'Em Sales are reductions in fact no reservation of
any particular stock. We allow you your choice of any pair or number of
pairs of Oxfords or Shoes at price reductions as advertised.
You can certainly be benefitted by doing your shoe buying from us at
omen's Reguiar$6.00 Values
at Raus-Mit-'Em Price $4.85
Women's Regular $5.00 Values
at Raus-Mit-'Em Price $3.95
-Women's Regular $4.00 Values
at Raus-Mit-'Em Price $3.45
Women's Regular $3,50 Values
at Raus-Mt-'Em Price $2.95
Women's Regular $3.00 Values
at Raus-Mit-'Em Price $2.-45
Women's Regular $2.50 Values
at Rausg&it-'Em Price $1.95
Women's Regular $2.00 Values
at Raus-Mit-'Em Price $1.65
RETURNING EL PASOAXS.
! ! !
Mrs. Joseph Sweeney and Miss E. J.
.Sweeney liave returned fron Faywood
Hot Springs, N. M., where they spent
a two -weeks vacation.
Miss Lillia Cole returned totiafy from
Miss Elizabeth Marks, daughter of
the late superintendent Marks, of the
G. H. & S. A., has returned home from
Santa Fe, X. ML, where she has been
lor the past year attending school at I
Your Eyes Give You Hood Service
Do You GiveThemGood Care? '
Shoe Sale is a Bigger Success
GREATER EL PASO'S
GREATEST SHOE STORE,
Loretta academy. She is visiting with
her guardian, Mrs. F. H. Bigelow, 1275
Miss Florence Comfort returned last
evening from Alamogordo, whe-e she
has been visiting Miss Hecmoine Haw-,
C. R. Morehead returned home yes
terday from California.
Miss Louise Wifegand, who has spent
the lastyear at the San Marcos nor
mal, will soon return home.
After a four months' tour of Europe
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Myles and family
are expected to arrive home JuljT 26.
Miss Kathleen Myles will spend some
There are more reasons than one why
take care of your. eves.
Y"our general health will sufferif you
don't. A great many cases of "nerves"
are due to overworked eyes. .Headaches
are often the result of negaected eyes
Nervous children are usually victims
of defective eyesight-
DOX'T TAKE AXY CIIAXCES. COX
SUf.T DR. HORTOX. HE WILL FIXD
JUST WHAtVeHE TROUBLE IS AND
RE3IEDY IT "WITH RIGHT GLASSES.
We know some people dislike the idea
of wearing glasses. But just 'wait till
you've worn a pair fitted by Dr. Hor
ton. You will be so much more com
fortable feel so much better in mind
on Seoe Sale
than the Previous One
Men's Clapp's make; Regular
$7.00 Values at
Raus-Mit-'Em Price $5.85
Men's Clapp's make; Regular
$8.00 Values at
Raus-Mit-'Em Price $5.25
Men's Guarantee make; Regular
$4.00 Values at I
Raus-Mit-'Em Price $3.45
Men's Success make; Regular
$3.50 Values at
Raus-Mit-'Em Price $2.95
Men's Regent make; Regular
$3.00 Values at
Raus-Mit-'Em Price $2.65
Men's Economy make; Regular
$2.50 Values at
Raus-Mit-'Em Price $1.95
Men's Calf Shoes; Regular $2.50
Values at Special. Raus-Mit-'Em
time visiting friends in Erie, Pa., be
fore returning home.
x Dr. and Mrs. P. H Brown and chil
dren will return the first of the week
from a movnth's visit at Catallna Islands.
Miss Elizabeth Page has returned
from Alpine and will leave Tuesday for
a month's visit on a ISew siexico ranch.
4 WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS.
The "Women's Aid society, of the
Houston Square Baptist church, gave
an enjoyable lawn social on Thursday
Japanese lanterns illuminated the
lawn and gave a pleasing decorative
effect. An interesting program ren
dered included a piano solo by Miss
Sara Cobb, violin solo by George John
ston, and two pleasing recitations by
Mrs. Frank Miller. Delightful refresh
ment were served and an enjoj'able
socIaV. time spent. .
The W. C. T. TJ. held a meeting Fri
day. f"$"fr 4- 5"I -fr4'4'
Hh DINNERS. .J.
Mrs. L. H. Tucker entertained at a
beautifully appointed dinner last even-,
ing In honor of her brother, James W.
Edwards, of Nogales, who is in the city
for a short time. The guests who en
joyed the occasion "were: Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Vin
cent Wallace, Miss Martha Wright, J.
A gk!n of Beauty is a coy rcrovor.
, R. T. Felix Qouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifler.
Eetnoves Tan, Pimples,
Freckles, Moth Patches,
Bah, sd bkia Dlceues,
ana every Diennsn
on bntitv. and rif
fles detection. It !
has stood the test
of 63 .years, and
Is so harmless we
is properly made.
Accept no counter
felt of similar
nnme. Dr. L. A.
Sayre said to a
lady of the haut
ton (a patient):
"As you lamer
will U58 them,
r?MM.i rT.om ns the least harmful of all the
ekln preparations." For sale hy all druggist andFancy
Goods Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe.
iERD.T. HOPKINS, Prco.. 37 Breai Jones Strerf, KewYwlfr j
-The Heart Of the Wild
(Hy Clinton Scollnrd.)
Xltchts where the winds confer
Far In the depths of the wild,
And the heart of n wanderer
I as the heart of a child
Hearing: the boughs that braid
Croon and croon and croon,
Seeing- the whine and shade
Under the large, low moon.
Purple gloomx on the lake
"Under the headlands hold.
And paths that the moonbeams make
Ripple.s of fair?- gold.
& PARTIES AXD DAXCES. $
Mrs. Ed Schultz entertained a num
ber of little folks Saturday afternoon
last at Clint fromi 4 to 6 in honor of
the fifth birthday anniversary of her
daughter, Eddie Ray Schultz. Those
who assisted Mrs. Schultz in entertaln-
5ro- Vi llrrla fnltrc -araref Misses Josie
eyivia, Florence Jicxinney auu j.ma.
Grant. Miss McKinney furnished the
music for the afternoon. Those who
enjoyed the occasion were Misses Ma
rie Biddle. Hazel Hoket, Chrystal Bise,
Florence Hallihan, Viola Hoket, Ruth
Reed, Stella Hoket, Florence McKin
ney, Ima Grant, Mary McKinney, Josie
Sylvia, Florence McKinney; Masters
Tom Hallihan, Thurmond Koen, Joe
Sylvie. S. Priest; Mesdames S. B. Bid
die, F. Priest, A. X. Hoket, G. H.
Wheeler, C. M. McKinney, T. C. Halli
han, M. A. Grant and Mrs. E. A. Col
lins. Mrs. Collins is Mrs. Schultz's
mother and is in her 8Sth year. She
told several funny stories to amuse the
young folks. Eddie Ray cut her own
cake and there was much merriment
in the way she used the big cake knife
with her wee little hands.
Mrs. J. A. Shannon very pleasantly
entertained on Wednesdaj evening in
honor of her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Irwin, of
Roswell, X. M.
Music and recitations were the chief
diversions of the evening, and a de
lightful social time was enjoyed. Those
present were: Mesdames J. I. Camp
bell, Alice P- Thompson, C. H. Camp
bell, Miller, Hockett, W. I. Watson, M.
N. Geddis, E. M. Fraser, A. J. Fraser,
W. Meers, Misses Lily Brown, Ada
An enjoyable surprise was given to
Miss Marguerite McGInniss this weak.
Ices and refreshments were served.
The evening was pleasantly spent in i
games, dancing, singing and playing.
Those present were: Misses Margaret
Cotter. Katie Mulcahy, Rosemary Ben
nett, Edith Hails, Edith and Lucile Ma-
loney, Lillian Booth, Kitty Burchell, j
Bessie Gilson, Etheldreda Gorman, Vir
ginia Ryan, Marguerite and Catherine
McGInnis, Donna Truesdell; -Messrs.
John Blain, Will Gooch, Louis Young.
Jerry Price. Jack Kersey, Grover Cun
ningham, James Gorman, Jim Mills,
Roy Williams, Val Henry. Edward
O'Brien, Martin Ketchem, Connie and
David Mulcahy and Jessie Counts.
A number of young people partici
pated in a most enjoyable picnic at
Washington park Thursday evening.
Lunch was eaten under the trees, and
the various attractions of the day af
forded amusement for the rest of the
evening. Mrs. Harrj Bateman chiper
oned the party, composed of Misses
Kate Adams, Meta Ormsbee. Constance
Bateman. Luisa Fegan, Nellie Leigh
ton and Beatrice Pateman; Messrs. Lee
Crews, Wallace Mann, Rowland Gil
christ. E. C. Prentiss and Wallace
A party of T. M. C. A. men and their
guests journeyed to Ysleta Thursday
evening by the tally-ho route. Lunch
was eaten under an ancient pear tree,
the return trip being made in the small
hours of the morning. Mr. and Mrs. H.
B. Durkee chaperoned the affair.
The party numbared Misses Lucile
Daniel, Hattie Mue Loretz, Genevieve
Anderson, Eva Hunter, Wanda Race,
Wilma Elliott, and Messrs. Miller. Per
ry, Mosson, Dorrls, Shilton, Sewell,
Mitchell, Rankin, Pickerel and Hunter.
4.4,4.4.4. 4. 4.4.4,4,4, 43 4..4.4.
An attractive home wedding was that
of Miss Daisy Dutton and EmmCtt
Lindsay, which took place Wednesday
afternoon at 5 oclock at the home of
the bride's parents, 1127 Myrtle avenue.
Only the family and a few most inti
mate friends were present at the cere
mony, which was performed by Rev.
P. J. Rice, of the Christian church.
The bride wore a dainty bridal gown
of white embroidered mull, and car
ried a bouquet of bride's roses and
ferns. After the ceremony a delightful
wedding dinner was served to the bri
The bride is an attractive young El
Paso girl, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
The groom is engaged in the ranch
business at Hatch, N. M., where they
News received in the city announces
the marriage oh June 29 at Berwick,
Nova Scotia, of Miss Anna Freeman and
Issac L. Illfley.
Miss Freeman lived in El Paso a
number of years and has here a wide
acquaintance and many friends.
She came to El Paso with her broth
er, James G. Freeman, who was a mem
ber f the International Book and Sta
tionery company rom 1900 to 1907.
Miss Eva Finley and Thomas Do
num were married Thursday evening
at 9 oclock at the parsonage of the
First M. E. church. Rev. C. O. Beckman
officiating. The bride arrived in El
Paso a few days ago from Hanson, Ky.,
and was met here by the groom, who
is a mining man of Bisbee, Ariz.
The newly wedded couple- left this
morning for their future home In Bis-be
And over and through It all,
Xow near and clear, now blurred,
The lift of a haunting call.
The oice of a lonely bird.
Here is the balm of content,
Here Is the surcease sure;
Von thst are worn and spent,
LiKt to the outland lure!
"onie, now the night winils stir,
Uaclc to the waste and wild
A here the heart of a wanderer
Is as-the heart of a child!
Miss Myra Prater will leave the first
of the week for California for the bal
ance of the summer.
Mrs. M. McGinniss and daughter, Miss
Marguerite, left for a tour of the east
Thursday morning, where they expect
to visit Kansas City, Chicago, New I
ing in the fall Mrs. McGinnis will leave
her daughter in school.
W. R. Schutz will leave tomorrow for
a vacation outing which will be spent
at Faywood Springs, N. M.
Mrs. J. A. McGinness and. daughter,
Margaret, are spending a short cime in
Las Vegas.Tafter which they go to Kan
sas City for a few weeks' visit.
Mrs. N. R. Crozier and children will
leave early in August for a visit of
several weeks at Trer. Ala.
Mrs. Ernest Hughes left today for
a few days visit at Candelaria, Mex
Miss Estelle Berrien went up to
Cloudcroft today to visit her sister, Mrs.
Miss Maud Austin left Thursday for
Hernrosa Beach, Cal., where she will
be the guest of Mrs. C. Q. Stanton.
Raph Loomis will spend the week
id with his family at Cloudcroft.
Mrs. James Arnett left Thursday for
St. Louis for a short visit, 'after which
she goes to New York and Boston for
the remainder of the summer.
Mrs. Zack ,u. Cobb is spending "tfie
month in Houston visiting her mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Pag.i left or
Miss Marlon Young is visiting Miss
Bertie Hawkins in Cloudcroft.
Mrs. R. F. Campbell and little daugh
ter, Irene, will leave Tuesday or Cali
fornia, where Edgar Campbell will join
them. After visiting in California for
a time, they will go to Portland, where
Trs f!rfmrVioll -rni -.-;,.:. , j ..
Mrs Aifort Aina o -i- t-
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racks. OUT OF TOWN VISITORS.
, : . .j. .;. .j.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Percy Bryan and
son, of Kansas City, who have been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryan,
left the first of the week for their
Mrs. Frank Creke was the uestr for
a few days last week of Mrs. W. H.
Bryan. Mrs. Croke was returning from
an extensive trip through Canada and
the east to her home in Sacramento.
Mrs. J. E. Erkel and daughter, of San
Antonio, who have been the guests of
Mrs. G. S. Waid. left Thursday for Cali
fornia to spend the remainder of the
Mi&s Elva Smith is down from Ala
mogordo to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curtis Hall, who
have been visiting Mrs. W. J. Eustace
at the smelter, left Wednesday for their
home in Aguas Calientes. -
Mrs. J. A. Shannon has as her guest
her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Irwin, of Ros
well, N. M.
Mrs. L. Fris and daughter. Miss Ber
tha Fris, of Holland, Mich., are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Fris, 1101
Boulevard. Mr. Fris wljl entertain
his mother and sister for . month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Earle, of New
ton, Kansas, are visiting J. J. Mundy,
525 Putnam street.
Mrs. Robert Pointer Mosson and
children of Holly Springs, Miss., are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Young, 1219
North El Paso street. Miss Katharino
Mosson of New Orleans is visiting Mrs.
Young, who is her sister.
Miss Bertha Enodel, who has been
visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Depperman, has returned to her home
4- CAltDS. A.
Miss Ruth Critchett very charmingly
entertained a number of friends last
evening at Five Hundred. After the
games dainty refreshments were served
and a delightful time enjoyed. Those
in attendance were: Misse's Marbry
Henning, Lauramand Fink, Olive Da
vis, Eleanor Eubank. Louise Sanburn;
Messrs. Harry Ponsford, Wallace Thew,
Page Kemp, Ignatius Berrien, Julius
Wallwork. Edward Jarvln.
It's regular -manicuring that makes
pretty hands. Elite Parlors, over Cal-isher'-
1 v :J- Toric I
li ;f - Lenses 1
The very la-test in eyeglasses and spectacle lens construction,
combine lightness, beauty, comfort. -
Curve to the shape of the eye far ahead of the old style flat
Xo annovang- reflections as occur sometimes with flat lenses.
Give a greater field of vision and allow lenses to set closer to
the eves without touching the lashes.
Xo blur when looking through the edges.
Many nervous people who haveNtrouble with ordinary lenses
wear Toric lenses- with perfect ease. -
If you have not used Toric lenses, you have yet to learn the
real meaning of comfort in eyeglasses.
We are perfectly equipped for examining the eyes for glasses
and prescribing and grinding the right lenses.
.Our Work Is Guaranteed
EI Paso Optical C
Ask for the New "Segall" Eye Glass
Established 1901, Pioneer Plaza, Opp. Sheldon
Mrs. William Keen, 1012 North Camp
bell street, was removed to Hotel Dieu
Friday evening to undergo an opera
tion. C. J. Mapel recently underwent an
operation for appendicitis at Hotel Dieu
and is rapidly improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Swain will soon
move into the home on Rio Grande
street, which has been occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. Houston Fall.
Mr and Mrs. Houston Fall will move
next week into their attractive new
home on Golden Hill.
IX EL PASO
YOU MUST TAKE ,
SOME CAItE OF YOUR. HAIR j
It may be that theie are parts of this
country where it is not necessary to pay J
any particular attention to the health J
of your hair. But in El Paso what with
the hard water and the amount of dust, j
a little attention is necessary if you
would have abundant, beautiful hair. j
White's Hair Tonic is prepared by El t
Pasoans especially to meet the require- :
ments of El Pa.o women. White's Hair !
Tonic, used regularly, will keep your i
hair abundant, free from dandruff, and I
full of life and vitality. Just try it
You will find, too, that in warm
weather an application of White's Hair
ionic pro es
most refreshing to the
overheated scalp. j
Made and sold by Scott White & Co.,
Prescription Druggists, 204 Mills St. '
PORTILLO IS NAMED
MAYOR OF JTEABES
Governor Sanchez Makes
Appointment He Has
Francisco Portillo is jefe politico of
Ciudad Juarez. Although he has been j
acting in that capacity for a number
of months, his commission as chief ex- I
ecutlve of the Juarez and the local dls- !
trict only has been granted by govern- J
or Sarfchez. j
Formal installment of Mr. Portillo as
mayqr is considered most fortunate for
the border city, since his activities for
civic betterment during his pro-tem
service have proved much ability. Fe- I
llx Barcenas some weeks ago presented I
his resignation as jefe to engage in i
private business at Mexico City. i
The position of jefe politico Includes '
both mayor of the city and chief ex- j
ecutive of the surrounding district, all i
village presidents being subordinate. It i
is a position of appointment by -the
governor of the state and is of indefi
Mr. Portillo has already been joined
by his family, and will build a resi
dence on Juarez avenue.
Solomonville, Ariz., July 23. Mrs. F.
P. Siegletz has gone to Yuma, Ariz., to
visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. C.
Miss Audrea Morales of Willcox, Ariz.,
Is visiting the family of Arisbal Ruiz.
Every owner of dogs should get
a free copy of the
AMATEUR'S DOG BOOK
160 pages, beautifully illustrated;
to customer of
DENT'S DOG REMEDIES
Tells how to train dogs; how to
keep them in perfect condition
and explains symptoms and cure
of all dog disease.
"We carry a full line of
DENT'S DOG REMEDIES
For Sale By
SCOTT WHITE & CO.
KXOBLAl'CH DRIT. CO.
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL,
You can easily sell it. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115; tell the girl what It is aid
The Herald will sell it. No bother, C9
ON ALL SUMMER
At Our Present Location
We will move to our new
store in about four
weeks, but before moving-
we must close out
completely all present
DO YOU KNOW
That vou can now get
anything in our Milli
neiy Department at
ON THE DOLLAR
ISTote these next-to-noth-ing
prices on Summer
"Gage" and "Fisk"$5.00 Tailored
$10.00 Tailored (r r
Dress Hats at tPZ.DlJ
Dress Hats at
Dress Hats at .
Human Hair Goods I
All hair goods, of which we carrv
th? finest line in town, are offered
at Half Price and less. Xote the
S cluster Puffs. Ef A
worth $1.50 DUC
17 cluster Puffs A i fa r
worth $4.00 $ 1 U
33-in. Coronet Brakl. -a Pr
worth $5.00 & 1 5U
Washible Sanitaxy Hair p
RolK worth 50c IDC
sanitary riair mrDans, s
worth 50c A
We have all shades
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