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Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1910.
There is almost as much "character" in a shoe as in a human being, and you
are judged a good deal by what you wear. You can't make a mistake by getting
a pair of Guarantee Shoes, because they are examples of the highest class shoe
making in the world, and are sold for what they are worth in leather work and
finish plus an honest and legitimate profit. We feature this week
Patent Button Shoes, Cloth or Kid tops, Black Suede Button Shoes, also in Cra
alsoin lace . . . l. . . 1 $3.00 and $3.50 venette tops $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
We have the new Jockey
Boots, in velvet or red kid
tops, also high top boots for
children and the young miss.
Prices range from $1.50 to
$3.50, according to size.
All Fair Visitors
Welcome to Our
ThejBnyorNot fc; (jdnPABZ
We just received" two large
shipments of Infants' Shoes,
in plain black, tan, red, black
cloth, red or white kid tops
$1.00 to $1.75
GREATER EL PASO'S
GREATEST SHOE STORE
Not Best Because
But Largest Be
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MATTERS AND J.XDTCHEOXS.
Of the many delightful affairs given
In honor of Miss Josie Marr, none have
surpassed in attractiveness or charm
the progressive luncheon given on Sat
urday by Mrs. R. C. Semple. The
guests were seated at four tables, the
first of which -wras decorated in the
bridal dolors of white and green, and
at th.e chair of the bride-elect was
placed a bouquet of -white chrysanthe
mums, tied -witn white tulle.
The other tables were in pink, red
and yellow, each spread with a hand
some cover harmonizing with the gen
The attractive candle shades were
also in tones corresponding -with the
The guests enjoying the affair were:
Misses Josie Marr, Hallie Irvin, Anna
Shelton, Nannie "Lackland, Alma Jones,
Henrietta Buckler, Gladys Dyer, Vir
ginia Semple, Mesdames Ralph Loomis,
C. J. Maple, Julius Elrakauer, Hugh
"White, James I Marr, R. M. "Wolcott.
Mrs. Axell Dickie entertained at a
Hallowe'en dinner on Monday evening
at her nome in the LeRoy.
The decorations, all suggestive of the
occasion, were developed with jack-o-lanterns,
cats' heads, bats and red and
white carnations. -
The candles were softly shaded, and
the electric lights "vere shielded in
Thursday afternoon Miss Lilly Brown
entertained at a pink tea In honor of
her guest, Mrs. C. S. Goodknlght. Thpse
present were: Misses Mary Marian
Campbell, Marian McCandless, Flossie
Reid, Mrs. J. JL. Campbell, Mrs. R. W.
Reld, Mrs. James Munsey, Mrs. L. O.
Howell, Mrs. E. M. Fraser, Mrs. H. "Wil
liams, Mrs. C. Fraser, Minnie Eddy.
Mr. and Mrs. James Munsey enter
taired at a dinner party Thursday eren
lz.S complimentary to Mrs. O. S.. Good-'
knight, and Miss Steele of Chicago.
Dr. L. G. Witherspoon, Whose mar
riage 'to .wlss Josie Marr took Tlace
yesterday at noon, entertained at a
charmingly appointed dinner of 16 cov
ers on Monday eTenmg at the Harvey
A handsome bridal cake, surrounded
with? "a garland of white chrysanthe
mums and smilax, formed a most ef
fective central decoration for the table.
The place cards were attractively
adorned with wedding bells and the
delightful and elaborate menu was
served in seven courses!
The guest list included Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. James L.
M.rr, Misses Anna Shelton, Xannle
Lackland, Gladys Drye, Virginia Sem
ple, Henrietta Buckler and Josie Marr;
Messrs. Edgar Kayser, Maury Kemp,
C. P. Brown. H H. Stark, Walter Ar
nold and W. H. Marr.
Use "White's Hair Tonic regularly to
secure the best results. In this way
you'll keep your hair free rrom dan
druff andt ke.ep the scalp In a healtny
condtion. "White's Hair .Tonic made,
and sold, by Scott "White & Co., Pre
scription Druggists, 204 Mirts St.
Dr. M. P. Schuster. Providence hos
pital. Office hours from 7 to 10 and
from 2 to 5.
The Woman's club held its regulxr
club day meeting this afternoon at
the home of Mrs. W. R, Brown, when
x. most pleasing and interesting pro
gram was given with Mark Twain as
Mrs. W. R. Brown will be the nex;
hostess for the Merry Wives High Five
club, on November 11.
The card clubs have all discontinued
for Fair week.
The Shakspere Reading club post
poned its meeting until next week,
when Mrs.Heil Hale will' be the hostess.
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EL PASOAXS AWAY. ;
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Mr.' and Mrs. W. E. Br'ickel left last
evening for JJallas, called tnere by the
sudden death of Mr. Brickel's mother,
Mrs. Katherlne Brickel. Mrs. Brickel
spent several months in El Paso two
years ago and made many friends here.
1 . N
Mrs. Ml B: Davis, 901 East' Ria
Grande street, accompanied by Misses
Olive and Hazel, and master Homer
Davis, will leave this week-end to
spend the winter in San Antonio
Manicuring for men and women.
Elite Parlors,. 6-7 Stevens Bldg.
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"LOOK FOR THE SIGN OP THE RINQ''
A SPECIAL LOT OF
Sterling Silver Tea Spoons
, At $3.00 Per Set
fRDINARILY we are not much on using the word
"bargain." No other word is so much used and v so
much abused in the business world today. However, if there
is any such thing as a "bargain, " this special we are offer
ing now is one in every sense of the word.
Sometime ago we made this same offer, but the de- ' ;
rnand so far exceeded the supply on hand that
many people were disappointed. We have just suc
ceeded in securing another lot of thete spoons and
will place them on sale beginning tomorrow morn
ing and lasting until the supply is exhausted.
These are fine quality sterling silver tea spoons, six in a set, .and in a
wide variety of handsome
designs; otdinarily selling at
$4.50 per set, we offer them
beginning tomorrow morning
PER SET : " s
A simple, yet most beautiful wed
ding was that of Miss Josephine Marr
and Dr. Louis Githens Witherspoon,
which was .solemnized Tuesday at St.
Clement's Episcopal church. The cere
mony occurred at high noon in tho
presence of a number of friends who
assembled to do honor to this popular
The decorations of the church were
marked by quiet elegance and lack of
ostentation, only a few bowls of white
shrysanthemums being used in the
adornment of the altar. Just before the
arrival of the bridal party Mrs. W. D.
Howe sang in her usual sweet voice
"All For You."
"With the opening bars of the
Lohengrin wedding march, played by
Francis Moore, Mrs. W. R- Brown,
the matorn of honor, entered the
church from the side aisle. The bride
followed accompanied down the aisle
by her brother, James L. Marr, who
"gave her in marrige.
They were met at the altar by the
bridegroom and his best man, Dr. H. H.
Stark. The marriage service was im
pressively said by Rev. Henry Easter
and the responses were clearly spoken.
The bride, who is a rare type of bru
net beauty, never looked lovelier than
in her wedding gown of gray cloth, In
tailored effect, trinrmed with touches
of blue. A large blue velvet hat with
sweeping willow -plumes in the blue
gray tone completed this very becom
ing costume. She carried a bouquet of
bride's roses and ferns in shower ef
fect. Mrs. W. R. Brown, the matron of
honor, was charmingly gowned in a'
blue crepe cashmere, with embroidered
trimmings. The hat worn was an at
tractive picture model in black lace,
and her flowers were long stemmed
white chrysanthemums and ferns.
The ushers assisting at the church
were: W. K. Marr, the bride's broth
er; Edgar Kayser, Maury Kemp, Dr.
C. P. Brown.
Miss Marr, who is the youngest
daughter of Mrs. James Marr, was
born and has grown to womanhood in
this city. She is one of El Paso's most
beautiful girls, and is very popular in
social circles, her delightful personal
ity and lovable nature having won for
her many friends.
The groom is one of xhe city's prom
inent young physicians. He has lived
in El Paso several years, coming here ,
from Chicago. He is a graduate of the
Wabash university of Indiana and the
Rush Medical college xf Chicago.
A magnificent collection of beauti
ful and expensive wedding gifts were
received from the friends of the young
Immediately after the ceremony.
they left for Chicago, where they will.
spend a month visiting the groom's
relatives, and upon their return they
will be at home after December 15 at
their new residence on West RI
Grande street. l
The marriage of Miss George Lott
to F. H. Foster of Durango, Mexico,
is announced to take place on Novem
ber 8, at 4:30 o'clock at the First Pres
The wedding will be quiet, with only
a few intimate friends In attendance.
They will leave immediately for their
future home in Durango, Mexico.
Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, at
the parsonage of the First.M. E. church,
Eugene F. Jones and Miss Franc R.
Knignt were united in marlage by Rev.
Frank W. Ottb. The bride and groom
are both from New Mexico.
Charles P. Elliott and Miss Octavia
B. Crafton were quietly married Satur
day afternoon at the parsonage of the
First M. E. church, with Rev. Frank
W. Otto officiating.
The young people, both of whom are
El Pasoans, will make their home in
Monday evening at 7 o'clock, Mrs.
Kathleen Stauter of Mobile, Ala., and
Percy 'Oliver were united in marriage
at the office of Dr. H. F. Wright, with
Dr. Wright officiating. The newly
wedded couple will reside at 610 Nortn
El Paso street.
Doward L. Carter and Miss Julia
Siepelmeyer of Arizona were married
at the parsonage of the First Metho
dist church at high noon Monday, Rev.
Frank W. Otto, tne pastor, officlatnlg.
At the first Methodist -church Monday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, Miss June Ly
man was married to George Rice, Rev.
Frank W. Otto officiating. The couple
left for their home at Tucumcari, N.
M., immediately after the ceremony.
At G o'clock Saturday evening, Edgar
Dan Park was married t Miss Jo Jo
Wilson, Dr. C. L. Overstreet officiat
ing. Mr. Park is the senior member of the
firm of Park Bros., and Is considered
one of El Paso's hustling young busi
The bride has resided here for the
past four years and "has many friends.
She has been deputy county clerk ever
since her residence in the city.
The happy couple will make El Paso
their future home, residing at 511 Mon
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kendall of 3030
Pera street, have just received the news
of the marriage of their son, Geo. B.
Kendall. Tne wedding took place on
October 16. at Vilas. Colo The bride
was Miss Etta Summers of Springfield,
Colo. The groom Is a former employe
of the E. P. & S. W. railway of this
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4. COMING OUT PARTIES. 4
.4. . 4"p" ,r
x Among the attractive young women
who will make tneir debut this month
aTe Misses Frances Clark, and Anne Lee
Gaines two of El Paso's most charming
and popular young girls. Judge Lehigh
Clark will entertain with a debut party
and dauce for his daughter, Miss Fran
ces Clark, on November at the Toltec
About the middle of the month Mrs.
J. F Williams and Mrs. J. A. Happer
will entertain mm a dinner dance m
honor of Miss Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gaines have is
sued invitations for a dance to be given
at the 'Toltec club on November 10 in
honor of their attractive young daugh
ter Miss Anne Lee Gaines.
EL PASOANS RETURNING.
Miss Maud Austin Is expected home
the last of the week from a delightful
visit with her sister, Mrs. Thomas R.
Hasam, of Mexico City.
Mrs. J. A. Rawllngs has returned
from Kansas City, Mo., where he yrent
to attend the wedding of her niece.
Miss May Matt, to Alexander Clark.
She was accompanied by her sister,
Mrs. W. W. Smith, of Stillwater, New
Rev. C. S.? Wright will return tomor
row from a pleasant outing spent at
Austin, where he attended the West
Texas Methodist conference.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D; Oliver re
turned to the city last week from an
f h Powder
neutralizes the destructive
acids of the mouth cleanses,
preserves and beautifies the
teeth, and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
all summer visit with the formers par
ents In Milwaukee, Wis. They will be
located for some time at the home of
Mrs. Olivers mother, Mrs. W. S. Til
ton, at the Brazos.
4. ABOUT HOME PEOPLE.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Crombie have
moved from their former residence, 805
Montana street, to 911 Montana street.
Helen Stevenson, the young daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Stevenson,
is quite ill at her home on Corfo street.
Doctor G. H. Hlgfrfiis, Homeopathidt,
removed to room 214. Caples Bldg.
A BROKEN BACK
That pain In your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscles or a strain is
an easy thing to get rid of. Ballard's
Snow Liniment cures rheumatism, lum
bago, sore and stiff muscles, strains,
snrains. cuts, burns, bruises, scalds and
on apiids nnr? nams. You need a bottle'
in your house. Sold by Scott White j
& Co., 204 Mills; and Depot Pharmacy.
Is the most complete
and the most modernly im
proved in the whole south
west. We grind our own
lenses in strict accordance
to the prescription of each
individual case taken after
a most thorough examina
tion and are in a position
to treat the mos,t compli
cated cases of eye defect.
In consequence we enjoy
the reputation of restor
ing vision with t glasses
that many others have en
tirely failed on".
EI Paso Optical
J. E. SEGALL.
For Bargains in Jewelry
SEE OUR WINDOW
Unredeemed pledges offered
at a fraction of their value
FULLAN'S 102 San Antonio St.
$J Your check on the American. National Bank is a passpoxfc of wt4
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Capital and Surplus $240,000.00
Now Being Increased To $360,000.00
W, T. HIXSON
vf ft O i V..' $ ' i ' A'
FALL DISPLA Y
Far In Advance of Anything ,
Ever Seen Locally s
El Paso visitors, as well as El Paso people, will be surprised at the
wide scope now shown in the Feldman Gift Shop. Whether the gift be
intended for a bride or groom, a birthday, an anniversary and don't for
get the near approach of the Holiday seasonyou will find here a gift for every
occasion. These gifts are "different", artistic, serviceable and, considering
what you get, the cost is most reasonable. f
CORDOVA LEATHER GOODS the finest hand tooled
leather goods made comprising hand bags, card cases,
mats, purses, cigar and cigarette cases, watch fobs, desk
sets, albums, picture frames, and pocket cases.
CRAFTSIAN HA2vD BAGS ooze leather with orna
ments of hand beaten brass.
MOTTOES hand colored. to suit every fancv.
IMPORTED LEATHER NOVELTIES such as mani
cure sets, travelers' cigar cases, folding slippers and
.brush sets. '
POTTERY 'Van Briggle",and "Royal D'oulton."
TERRA COTTA PLAQUES-representing- famous Eng
FRAMED PICTURES water colors, oib paintings, sepia
prints ranging in price all the way -fro111 ?1.00 to
BOOKS A -goodly selection of books from the" famous
Mosher Press, Portland, Alaine.
TRAYS tapestry and tile.
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people should -not
forget that a
is an important item
of your present visit.
Descending from the artistic and practical to the eminently
practical, we call attention to our display of Razors the
"Gillette" Safety Eazors, the "Auto Strop" Safety Razors.
the "Durham-Duplex" Safety Razor.
Corner Mills and Mesa
"LOOKFOR THE SIGX OF THE RIXG"
308 San Antonio St.