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X, PASO HEBAL
Wednesday, August 17, 1910.
Many LeanJe On
In Sodial Circles
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Mftit Jttfr -n'rffr iVfr nWr
and Trust Co., EI Paso, Tex
Capital, Surplus and Frofits 160,000.00.
W. W. Turney, President.
S. T. Turner, Vice President
H. E. Christie, Secretary.
W. Cooley, Vjce Pres. and Mgr
W. E. Arnold Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Ass't Cashier
T T-E DESLKiS to call to the attention of the Public the
ijgf exceptional advantages and unusual protection af
9 forded Depositors in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
FIRST: Our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT, in compliance
with tie State Law, is operated entirely separate from our
Commercial Department, and. we are required to have at
all tiroes at least 16 percent of entire deposits in actual cash
SECOND: Wo xn&y invest the funds of this Department
only in Government Bonds, Municipal Bonds and First Mort
gages on improved real estate worth at least double the amount
These provisions give to our depositors security unparal
leled. INTEREST is paid in this department at the rate of 4
percent, and credite-d January and. July 1st each year, no mat
ter -where the depositor may be.
Business men, professional men, mechanics, laborers, peo
ple of all ckssses find a Savdngs account valuable in many
ways. Always available in case of sudden need, yet yielding
a moderate profit.
.HOME SAVINGS BAIfK PROVIDED FOR THE
We also buy and sell vendor's lien and other mortgage
notes, and our Commercial Department is amply equipped to
take care of desirable business, be it large or small.
SAFE DEPOSIT 30XES FORJRENT.
5400 SATISFIED DEPOSITORS OUR BEST AD.
Trzitb In 'Parenthesis
I love Oh, more than -words can tell;
(Your ninety thousand golden shiaers);
You draw ine by a sol den spell;
(As California dravrs the miners) ;
Yon are so rich in beauty's dower,
(And rich in several ways beside it),
Had I your hand within my power
(Across a banker's draft to guide it),
No cares my future life could dim, '
(My tailor, too -what joy to him).
Oh, say, my young1, my fawn-like girl, f.
(She's old enough to be my mother);
Let "yes" o'erleap those Rates of pearl;
(My laughter it Is hard to smother);
Let lips that Love had formed for joy,
(For joy if they her purse resign me)j
Longr hesitate e'er they destroy
(And to a debtor' jail consign me).
The heart that beats bnt to adore,
(Yourself the less, your fotrone more.)
RETURNING EL FASOAAS. f
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S. C. Awbrey Is expected
from his European trip today.
Rev. C. I. Overstreet returned Friday
from a pleasant vacation at Hermosa
Mrs. Kenneth Brown will return
Saturday from Long: Beach, where sho
has been spending the greater part of
Miss Helen Germain returned last
Saturday from Long Beach. .
Mrs. J. E. Townsend is again at home
after several weeks pleasantly spent
at her cottage in Cloudcroft.
Mrs. J. C- Lackland returned Friday
' from Cloudcroft.
1 Mrs. George Aitkin and daughter,
j Miss Vjlole't, returned the latter part
j of the week from a two weeks' visit at
! the Croft.
, Miss Isabelle Kelly Is
! from her trip abroad.
in Ne"5v York
? CLUB SOCIALS.
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The Beta Beta club will meet on
Thursday afternoon with Miss Theo.
The weekly meeting of the Summer
Social club will be ait the -home of Miss
The last meeting of the Shakspere
club was with Mrs. Wm. Hogarth,
where the reading of Othello was be
gun. Tihe next week Mrs. W. L "Wat
son -will be the hostess.
Friday evening Miss Sue Lattner will
entertain the Baraca class and the
Pfoilathea class of -the Trinity. "Metho
list church with a social, for which an
Interesting program is being planned.
Tuesday afternoon the Missionary
society of -the Calvary Baptist church
(held a very pleasant and instructive
meeting at the home of Mrs. J. H. Mc
Cullough, on Montana street. A song
R. W. Hafey has returned from
Paola, Kans., where he was called on
account of the illness and subsequent
death of. his father. ,
Charles: Longuemare.is in town again
after having attended the military en
campment at Leon Springs.
by all present, and scripture reading
were followed by a most interesting
paper on Cuba, by Mrs. McCulIaugh.
Miss Ethel Rowe sang very sweetly
"Tihe Beautiful 'Is-le of Somewhere."
Mrs. Frank Scott gave a splendid read
ing on Italy, and Rev. R. L. Hanks de
livered an instructive talk on "Wo
men's Development." Five little girls
delighted their friends and admirers
with the song, "The Children's Sup- 1 ana Morton Llnnsv rot-11 rn',i o tar- -,
per." Refreshments and a pleasant so- Alainogordo with Mr. Fraser
cial time followed. Mrs. McCullough
was assisted by Mrs. W. H, Rogers, j Miss Jessie Burford is at home after
The five, little girls taking part were a pleasant summer trip in the east.
Dorothy McCullough, -Hildrea sogers,
Miss Bertie Hawkins has returned
from a visit to Cloudcroft with her
sister. Mrs. George McQuaid, of
W. T.K Fraser has returned from a
delightful vacation spent at the hos
pitable country home of judge and Mrs.
A. B. Fall, at Three Rivers. A trip to
a sheep ranch high up on the slopes of
the White mountain, was one of the
unusual features of the visit. Judge
, and Mrs. Fall. Mr. and Mrs. "Jack; Fall
D. Park, Sidney Hockett, Lee Sirmans.
Leon Sherman. Vardy Puckett, Curtis
Beaudett, Clarence Boren, Geo. Beau
dett, Prof. R. F. Davis, Eloi Beaudett,
Misses Ada Beaudett, Luisa Fegan,
Alice Boren, Stella MaJhoney, Kathryn
Heislor, Opal Allison, Lily Brown, Ina
Palroateer and Minnie Heisler.
The picnic to have been given the
children of the. city Monday afternoon
was postponed till Thursday afternoon
at the same hour.
A delightful children's affair of last
weok was the birthday party of Miss
Mary Clifford, on Friday afternoon,
given by her mother, Mrs. T. E. Clif
ford, In honor of her 12th anniversary,
at her beautiful (home on Rio Grande
Many gifts were received by the
little hostess. Delicious refreshments
were served, which they all enjoyed
most heartily. -
Mrs. Clifford was assisted by Mrs.
George Coles, who presented the little
hostess with a beautiful cake, deco
rated with icing and candies and 12
Those present were: Alleni Griffith,
Helen Cassidy, Ruth Shannon, Mar
garet Moore, Cora . Ferguson, May
Lane, Mary Clifford, Catherine Clif
ford, Josephine Clifford; Master James
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Lois IcChesney, Esther Kice, and barah
A meeting of lite officer? of the St.
Clement's Social club will be held this
evening at the 'residence of Miss Essie
Darbyshire, 719 Florence .streets
The Woodmen Circle will meet Sat
urday evening at 8 oclock at the Odd
Fellows 'hall on El Paso street.
Miss Irene Laughlin is home ne-afn
from a visit among the pines.
Dr. II. I Schuster, Providence hos
pital. Office hours from 7 to 10 and
l from 2 to 3.
(OvWEHAVE THE. I
IN QUALITY rtl)
A V AND P.RICE J
Miss Helen Cooper, the daughter 'of
Mrs. H. L. Edwards, of this city, is
on her way home from Dresden Ger-
1 many, where she has been for the past
several years studying voice culture
and languages. Before her departure
from Dresden she took part in a. hic-
A musical, singing the following num
bers: Soprano In a duet from Mo
zart's Figaro; solo, "Perfido." Beetho
ven; group of ongs, "Where," "The
Gardener," and "Standchen;" duet from
Normal She had the honor of receiv
ing an encore, something very unusual
in the German musicals, and was the
recipient of a number of beautiful bou
quets. After the concert the sculptor.
Herr Armbruster, asked that he might
model her. For excellence in German,
a medal was presented to her. She Is
at present In New York.
Mrs. Frances A. Roblee and Merrick
Breck arrived home Saturday from a
delightful trip to California.
Miss Ada Beaudett entertained In
formally sX her home on Roosevelt
avenue Monday evening. The evening
was devoted to games and music. Miss
Palmateer rendered several splendid
musical selections that were immensely
enjoyed. Miss Stella Mahoney gave
some witty recitations and al30 recited
"Aux Italian," Miss Palmateer accom
panying her with soft strains of music.
Refreshments were served:
Those present were: Messrs. Edgar
MABA3I: AREJi'OU ENTIRELY SATISFIED WITH THE RANGE YOTJ,
ARE NOW COOKING ON? N '
THE HEALTH AND HAPPINESS OF THE WHOLE FAMILY DEPEND
UPON THEIR HAVrNG WHOLESOME FOOD.
COOKING AT BEST IS HARD WORK. SHOULD YOU NOT LIGHTEN
YOUR WORK BY USING A LABOR SAVING NEW RANGE? AVE SELL THE
WE HAVE THE3I. C03IE SEE.
pleas gJSHj Hf Jl HJ I
QU WRT GET BFT" Olf
IF you USE pOWBQFI
For Sale By
SCOTT WTIITE fc CO.
KNOBLAUCH DRUG CO.
On Thursdaj' evening" Miss Irma
Kuhn entertained informally In honor
of William Scruggs, from Memphis,
Tenn. Assisting Miss Kuhn In enter
taining were Mesdames R. V. Pearson
amd H. W. Cole. Part of the evening
was spent in Interesting games ana
j cards, after which dancing was en
! joyed by the merry party. Later in the
evening refreshments finished a very
Those present, besides the guest of
honor, were: Misses Mayme Clark,
Lily Mae Clark, Hah Davis. Ada Davis,
Gladys King, Stella Lattner, Sue Latt
ner. Gertrude Leighton, Mary Leigh
ton, Marie Schwartz, Rhena Shea, Lou-
j ise Sanburn. Lurline Wllkison, Oneta
Wilkison and Marlon Young; Messrs.
Nelson Rice, Ernest Hester, Van A.
Dyer, Chas. Drainer, Wilklson, John
Stevenson. Junius Hawkins, John Lo
rets, Lawrence Baldwin, Val Henry,
Wendell Kuhn, Ansley, Alex Wallace,
and Rob Hoover.
Miss Nellie Pettigrew entertained
charmingly In honor of her cousin. Miss
Annie Hurl Mulkey, of Nashville. Ark.
The evening was pleasantly spent with
games ami music In the advertising
.contest Mrs. D. J. Cooke won the , first
prize, while Leon Ronan won the con
solation prize. Miss Hazel Harvey won
the prize for the best joke. At a late
hour ices and cakes were served.
Those who enjoyed tfie evening were:
Misses Annie Hurl Mulkey, Helen
O'Shea, Nellie Hannay, Marguerite and
Dorothy Bennett, Hazel Harvey, Rosa
lie and Nellie Pettigrew, Mary and Ed
na Duden; Leon Ronan, Carlisle Petti
grew, John Fisher, Charley Schindler,
Kimbel Graves, Mr. and Mrs. D. J.
A unique and enjoyable affair was
the social given by Miss Florence Reed,
Tuesday night for the Westminster
Presbyterian Endeavor society. The
parlors and hall were beautified with
quantities of tea roses, bride roses and
palms. The large veranda was lighted
with the soft glow of many Chinese
lanterns, while palms and potted plants
made it an ideal place for a summer
party. Tables were placed on the porch,
and here the game of "Travel" was
played, the journey being from El Paso
to Los Angeles. Miss Marie Cawley
won the first prize for being the best
traveler, a rubber lined traveling case.
The consolation fell to Miss Iverson, a
tiny suitcase filled with crackerjack.
Each guest carried off as a souvenir of
their traveling ability as shown at the
game a small suitcase, the number of
games won being marked by a baggage
check. Further pleasure of the evening
was given by Theodore Forester, whose
violin solos were enjoyed. Delicious re
freshments were served. About 40
guests were present.
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LONG BEACH PERSONALS.
Long Beach, Cal., Aug. 17. E. M.
Bray, of El Paso, is spending his va
cation here with his family.
Miss Mabel K, Stafford, of. the Y. W.
C. A., has left Long Beach for El Paso.
Mrs. Evans her son, Dartlen Evans,
and daughter, have been resting in
Long Beach for a few weeks. Darden
Evans has returned to El Paso.
Mrs. Empress Arrington is much bet
ter and has gone to visit Mrs. Holges,
of Hollywood, for a fe-w days.
Mr, Whiting is among the later El
Pasoans who have come to the sea.
The end of the season for El Paso
people seems to be approaching and
many re wending their way homeward.
The Frank-Race party is gradually
breaking up. Miss Carrie Race has gone
home, Mrs. Charles T. Race is visiting
in Los Angeles, Miss Mona Frank
leaves for home Monday and M. M.
Hay's vacation has finished.
G. Y. Hoyt is suffering from an at
tack of inflammatory rheumatism.
A. G. Foster is expected very shortly
to visit his family, -who will probably
stay in Long Beach until October.
Miss Lucille Pierce has left for I
Eugene Harris seems to be enjoying
the beach -in his usual whole hearted
Miss Kathryn Cox spent Saturday in
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Kirkley have re
turned to El Paso after a tour of the
Miss Queenie Nebeker has left Santa
Monica for home. Mrs.Effie MacGowan
has gone to San Francisco for a short
Mrs. A "Wells and her son, George,
have returned from San Francisco to
Mrs. Charles R. Kilburn and her
daughter, Catherines after a pleasant trip
to San Francisco, have left for Silver
City, N. M., en route for El Paso.
4. WEDDINGS. 4-
Miss Essie Darbyshire will entertain
with a linen shower Friday afternoon,
in honor of Miss Nellie Leighton, whose
marriage to Rowland Gilchrist will oc
cur on September 7.
This evening, at 5 oclock. Miss Freda
Smith and Richard AInsa will be
united In marriage atthe Holy Fam
ily chapel on North Oregon street.
At noon Monday the Rev. 'C. S.
Wright ofliclatlng, Harry J. Wilson and
Mrs. Mary Stelner were married at the
parsonage of the Trinity Methodist
s . .
The announcement of the marriage of
Martin B. Davis, of El Paso, to Miss
Josephine Botts, of Los Angeles, has
been received here from Chicago, where
they were married on August 16 at
Grace church. The wedding was at
tended by a number of friends of the
bride and groom from El Paso and Los
Angeles, including Mr. and Mrs. Charles
De Groff. A wedding supper was served
at the Blackstone hotel, after which
Mr and Mrs. Davis left for a honey
moon trip through the Thousand
Islands. They will return to El Paiso
In September. Mr. Davis is the Son of
rM B. Davis, superintendent of the
Wells-Fargo Express company here.
J ON VACATIONS. J
Rev. C. S.'wright left Tuesday
morning for Cloudcroft, where he will
attend the Chautauqua, being on the
program for Wednesday afternoon. He
will return Thursday.
T?M- nnd Mr. Perry J. Rl-e naAe?
also gone to Cloudcroft. where Mr. Rice
v.ill speak on Wednesday afternoon on
"The Church In the World Today.
Thev will return the latter part of thp
Mrs E R Caroenter has gone to San
Antonio knd Corpus Christi. to be with
her sister, Mrs. George -K. Gillett for
Mrs Will Winch left Sunday evening
for Kansas City for a two months visit
The Watsonville. Cal., Register says:
..,- T nf T?A PJSO. Was "IC
. f l.nnnr at a narty given b5
Miss Minnie Zwick at the residence-ot
,,. nnronk on Second street. - large
. v.. rkTicr cot tcp.tp oresent
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and the evening was delightfully spent
in singing, dancing ana games um.11
iota i,mir ivhen a delicious repast was
served In the prettily decorated dining
room. Mr. Long left for Ban i-rancisco
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.. TlOTIT EL PASOANS.-
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fris are rejoic-
i n,.,r- vi nrrival of a baDy son.
' Mr. Fris is connected with The Herald
country circulation department. ne
on.mio Trprp on their bridal tour last
vrar at Cloudcroft when the Lodge wa?
Exmayor Jos. U. Sweeney and wife
oi-o tho nrnurt narents of a baby daugh-
,- hnm vpctpnlav. at their home op
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Miss Mary I. Stanton is staying for
tliP nresent at the St. Regi hotel.
where she has been since the fire Sat'
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stockwell, who
are homeless on account of the Calisher
fire, are temporarily located at the
Mrs. Marie Loustaunau Is convales
cent at her home 1001 North El Paso
street after a very severe illness.
Ne-tvs from Miss Alice riunter uavis,
one of the El Paso teachers is to effect
that she is quite ill at an hospital In
VISITORS IN THE CITY.
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Mr. and Mrs. Z. L. Cobb have a
their guest for a few weeks Mrs. Cobb's
sister. Miss Lock .KIrby Lindley, of
Mrs. Stevens, of Fort Worth, is a
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. Moore, 1313 Arizona street.
Noel and Miss Helen Longuemare
spent a few days in the citj this week
from their ranch near Anthony.
Miss Camille Kibler, of "Waco, who
has been the guer during the summer of
Miss Claytie Mae Collier, left Friday
before her return home. Tho mnnv '
friends that she has made here will J
Distance and Beading All In One Solid Lens.
"KryptofC" In-Visible JSrfocal
Ifo dirty lines.
Will not melt
'or fall apart.
Get the genuine.
show the age
Get the Best.
"NO VISIBLE LIjYE
Kryptok Lenses are a boon for Elderly People.
Kryptok Lenses are not cheap Lenses, but the
price is not unreasonable. Our Glasses mil do
you good. See us about your eyes.
J. R. SEGALL, Examining Optician.
welcome her return
El Paso next
"William Scruggs, who has been visit-
Jlng his cousin, Mrs. Henry W. Cole, a!
her home on Bliss street, has returned
to his home in Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Day are enter
taining Mr. and Mrs. La Londei and
Miss Earl Burrow, of Tncumcari, N. M.
Mrs. Horace Nelm, of Waco, who haJ
been visiting her sister; "Mrs. Maud
Deane, returned home Monday evening.
Later she will go to Galveston, and re
turn to Waco in time for the opening
of the cotton palace, which will be cele
brated for the first time" since the fa
tal fire of 15 years ago.
Miss Lucille Stoneroad, cf Colorado
City. Tex., who has been visiting for
the past two weeks with Miss Katha
rine "Warren, of 1114 Hutton, left
Tuesday evening for her home. Miss
Warren stopped over in El Paso on
her trip home from Cloudcroft, where
she had spent the previous month. x
CATHOLIC PICNIC THURSDAY.
The lawn picnic which was to have
beon given in Cleveland square Mon
day afternoon by the Catholic women,
was postponed because t6l the death of
mayor W. F. Robinson, will be held.
Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock.
PROMINENT EL PASO AN MARRIES.
Notice. We will resume business at
an earl j- date. rI!te parlors. 1
After nrinr!nr Oti! t "VhtiiT-. nt 'fsri
j a Prominent El Pano Man Becomes
It came quite as a surprise when re
cently a well known El Pasoan re
turned to El Paso with a bride- There
was apparently no reason why he should
not have married previously and when
he was asked for a reason it was simple
enough. He said "I had been almost
bald headed, and nobody loves a bald
j headed man." When asked as to -what
I has brought about a change his concise
j answer was "A bottle of "White's Hair
Tonic. hue s iiair Tonic Is rec
ognized as one of the best on the mar
ket. It stops falling hair, is? a splendid
dandruff eradicator and gives new life
to the hair. For sale by Scott White
& Co., 204 Mills iSt. (Name of above
bridegroom given upon application or
White's aialr Tonic).
Less Than a Month
Remains of Our
Many remarkable bargains can yet be ob-"
gained on account of Removal Sale. ,Tye
hope to move before the middle of Septem
ber. ;. ' .
Wedon't intend to carry one item of pres
ent stock into our new building on San An
tonio street. In the first place, we would
like to go into the new building with an en
. tirely new stock. But the most important
reason is that moving astock of jewelry,
cut glass, china, etc., is usually attended
with a deal of breakage and damage. It.ist
really cheaper for us to cut prices and sell
Jewel Cases. 33 l-3c percent off.
Cut Glass 331-3 percent off.
Clocks, 33 l-3c percent off.
Silver Plated Ware, 33 1-3 percent off.
Umbrellas 40 percent off.
1 Gold Jewelry, 25 percent off.
Diamond Jewelry, 20 percent off.
Gold Filled Fobs, 33 1-3 percent off.
Hand Painted China, 33 1-3 percent; off.
Watches (except R. Pv.), 25 percent off.
Leather Purses, 33 1-3 percent off.
Sterling- Foto Frames, 33 1-3 percent off.
"We quote the above general reductions sim
ply to remind you that any contemplated
purchase will be made to best advantage
Removal Sale in no way interferes with
our Optical and Repairing Departments.
20S Texas Street.