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EL PASO HERALD
?8 Wednesday, Not. 16, 1910.
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The bird gies a piece
That all may eat;
Onr Shoe giei peace
To women's feet.
THIS may and may not be goodjpoetry, but it is
true. If you want to enjoy your turkey dinnei
in comfort, geta pair of i guarantee Shoes."
We have theni for baby or you in the "Very Latest"
and "Very Best" dress or every day footwear in the
"highest grades" or "medium priced," one as well
as 'the other representing full value. With us the
transaction does not end with the selling of the
shoes If for any reason they are not satisfactory
we expect you to tell us about it, as we guarantee
our shoes and we intend theni to be satisfactory to
every person who buys them. It is for this reason
that we built up the biggest shoe business in El Paso
and we "give thanks" to our patrons for their liberal
support and their kind appreciation. We will
further exert ourselves in giving them the BEST
SHOE VALUES in El Paso in order to merit their
continued confidence. .
. y GREATER EL PASO'S
rfyg.fjGREATEST SHOE STORE
Robert Neill To Marry; Big
Out Of Town Wedding Party
Robert Neill is going to be married.
Here it is in black and -white. His
jirlde is going to be a San Ansel o gi:I
The San Angelo Standard says:
"A number of young- matrons and
intimate girl friends were invited by
Miss 3-ucille March to play "hearts"
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. -When
all the guests' had assembled a tele
gram arrived and contained 'the very
interesting announcement of the en
gagement of Miss Lela March to Rob
ert T. Neill of El Paso, Texas, the
wedding to take place on December 14.
This announcement came as a happy
surprise to the assembled friends of
the fair bride to be, -who is one of
the most charming girls of one of the
most prominent families, in business,
social and religious circles, of the Con
cHo country. Members of the family
have been identified "With every edu
cational, progressive and high social
matter in the city for many years. -
After the felicitations -were expressed
in the happiest manner, the game of
"Itearts" occupied 'the attention of the
assembled company, the prize for the
high score being a pair of silk hose.
Beautifully served refreshments of
chicken salad, olives, sandwiches,
wafers, cheese sticks and coffee -were
enjoyed Jay about twoscore and 10
friends of the honor,ee.
The bride elect is the daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. John Abe March.
Coming from three states and two
republics, the wedding party which
has gathered in El Paso for the mar
riage of Miss Myrtle Newbrough of.
Chihuahua to J. K. Griffith of Douglas,
has assumed an international aspect.
Miss Newbrough, accompanied by a
party of her friends, among the society
folks of the American colony in Chi
huahua, arrived on the National Rail
ways train Tuesday morning. Mr.
Griffith also came over from Douglas
for the wedding, which occurred "Wed
nesday afternoon in the parlors of the
"Orndorff. A party of the bride's
friends from her old home in Cleburne,
Texas, is also here for the ceremony,
and will remain for the wedding din
ner, -which is to be served at the hotel
Miss Newbrough, the bride to be, is
the daughter of Rev.T. W. Newbrough.
in charge of all the Baptist missions
in Chihuahua. Mr. Griffith is agent
for the Texas company at Douglas,
and is a graduate of Baylor university
at "Waco, Texas. Miss Newbrough -was
accompanied from Chihuahua by
Misses Mary Jones, Dolly Lane, Nellie
Dickerson, Florence Shearer, Beatrice
Dale and her brother, John New-,
brough. From Cleburne came Mrs. S.
lu. J. Brown, Miss Ollle Dou Brown
and Mrs. J. A. Shackelford, all friends
of the bride's family.
After the wedding service Wednes
day evening and the dinner which is
to follow, the bride and groom will
leave for Douglas on the evening
"With the wedding of Miss "Virginfa
Finton of Carrizozo, N. M, to Charles
G. Scholz circulation manager of the
Sacramento (CaL) Bee, which will oc
' cur -soon in the California city, will
culminates a romance extending over
Back in Chicago, when Mr. Scholz
was connected with the Chicago Record-Herald,
his stenographer left him,
but in her stead her sister. Miss Vir
ginia Finton, well known in El Paso,
came to take her place.
She won not only the esteem "of her
employer, but little Cupid with his bow
got busy and a love match was struck.
Then the young woman -went to Cari
sozo fo spend the -winter months. That
-was two years ago. Mr. Scholz fol
lowed, but he continued his journey to
the California city, where he became
associated with the Bee.
Bees -were in his line and he kept
buzzing with letters and there were an
equal number which returned to him
The bride is well knowp. in El Paso,
having visited here frequently frpm
Carrizozo, and having been the guest
at several functions in her honor, both
here and in the smart set of Carri
zozo. At Trinity Methodist parsonage a
quiet but prettyt wedding was sol
.emnized Saturdays afternoon last at
x4 30 o'clock, uniting Miss lone Camp
bell and I. H. Gaither. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. Caspar S.r
"Wright. . Only a few intimate friends'
of the bride and groom were present.
The bride is a daughter of J. R. Camp
bell and is well known in El Paso.
The groom is a native of Maryland,
and has lived in El Paso for two years, j
prior to July of this year, when he
purchased the plant of the Reeves
County Telephone company at Pecos, I
Texas, and is at present general man
ager and treasurer of the company.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaither will make their
future home in Pecos.
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Mrs. J. A. Rawlings entertained
Monday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock
with a charming rtat home," compli
mentary to her sister, Mrs. "W. W.
Smith, of Stillwater, N. T.
In the decorations quantities of old
English ivy were used, gracefully fes
tooning -windows, chandeliers and
archways, and -working a dainty
tracery over the closely drawn cur
tains. Red and white chrysanthemums and
ferns formed the effective floral
adornment of the living room, -while
the dining room was equally beautiful
in a color effect of yellow and white,
also attractively developed with chrys
anthemums. A mound of chrysanthemums occu
pied the center of the table, which
I was softly illumined with yellow
! tapers in brass candlesticks.
j Mrs. rW. A. Hawkins presided at the
coffee urn, and the Misses Maud Aus
tin and Kathleen Myles served at the
Others assisting the hostess in enter
taining were: Mesdames J. E. Town
send, Frederick Norton, J. T. Jones,
M. MacCallum, Edgar Pew and Miss
Those who enjoyed the afternoon
-were: Mesdames W.H. Burges, R. F.
Burges, George R. LeBaron, J. L.. Marr,
J. G. McNary, William McNary, H. T.
Bowie, "W. E. Race, J. , E. Townsend
B. B. Bailey. "W. S. Tilton, "W A. Haw
kins, Z T. White, Van Wilson, Milton
Hawkins, W. F. Payne, "W. D. Wise, Z.
L. Cobb, W. L. Gaines, R. C Semple,
R. C. Canby, H. S. Beach, J. H. Nations,
Josephine N. Morfit, E. H. Irving, G.
C. Wimberly. J. W. Eubank, W. W.
Rose, J. T. Woodside, Edgar Pew, J
Lu Dyjer, T. A. Falvey, W. W. Evans,
W. W Pink, Courtland Kellogg, Ralph
Iioomigjj. Murphy, H. P. fsoake, W. H.
Seamon, W. D. Greet, C. A. Fox. Fred
Mickerley, Derhell, J. Calisher, c. H.
Leavell, Guy Hammett, R. F. Camp
bell, F. E. Hunter, W. D. Howe, Frank
Lynch, William Owen, E. V. Berrien, J.
C. Lackland, H. W. Broaddus, E. M.
Bray, J. J. Ormsbee, J. M Goggin,
Henry Easter, Fred Easter, J. F. "Wil
liams, J. A. Happer, Waters Davis, W.
W. Turney, H. C. Myles, T. J. Beall, W.
"L. Tooley, A. P. Coles, Frank Coles,
Henry Pfaff, S. T. Turner, W. R.
Brown, P. H. Brown, E. E. Neff, Fer
nando C. Searle, C. 3L. Newman, Wil
liam Glasgow, James Magoffin. F. J.
Feldman, Winchester Cooley, William
H. F. Judd, C. E. Kelly, H. F. Kettler,
W. B. Latta, E. W. S. Neff, J. T. Jones,
F. C. Earle", Leila T. Moore, M. P.
Schuster, E. A. Shelton, A. M. Walthall,
Morris Parker, J. E. Spence, W. C.
Davis, F. W. Norton, L. Christy, Irwin,
George Routlege, Morris Collie, A. G.
Foster, H. B. Stevens, D. Hunter, Huf-
faker, C. L. Overstreet, J. A. Dick, J. j
N. Hugnes, W. C. Kluttz, Depew, W. I
A. White, Anton Nagel, R. Y. Anderson,
S. Aronstein, Cyrus Billinger, Louis
White, H. S. "Manual, W. H. Austin, J.
E. Bowen, H. A. Carpenter, C. A.
Critchett, W. L. Crockett; Misses Caro
lyn Payne, Anne Lee Gaines, Dorothy
Kinney, Mabel Falvey, Regina Schus
ter, Anna Shelton, Lucille Daniel,
Grace, Logan, Mabel Logan, Mabel
Stafford. Helen Stafford, Ann Hughes.
Frances Hughes. Nell Pollard, Mamie
Sexton, Monica Gallagher, Jordan,
Hatton, Tavlor. Bradley, Hermione
Hawkins. Helen Cooper. Adine Noake.
Hallie Irvin, O'Connor. Alice O'Connor.
Lillian Cole. Mazie Cole, Jane Christy
and Kathleen Myles.
4" . RECITAX. A
Jnvitations have been issued for a
recital to be given by Mrs. Gertrude
Ml v Coffin, Tuesday evening at the
0?lrstv Christian church. Mrs. Coffm
will b" assisted by Mrs. F. S. Hol
lington and Francis L. Moore.
A SUBSCRIBERS TO
A THE CHARITY BALI..
The annual charity hall by the Wo
man's Charity association will take
place at the Toltec club the night be
fore Thanksgiving. The annual ball is
the principal .source of revenue for the
charity, and almost the total receipts
from sale of tickets go directly to the
work of relieving women and child-en
.sick or in distress, inasmuch as l.ic
supplies and work are nearly all do
nated to the cause. Subscriptions are
cdming in rapidly, though the invita
tions have been out but a few days.
Among those who have already sub
scribed are Messrs. and Mesdames W.
H. Austin, H. W. Broaddus, W. Copy,
R. C. Canby. John L. Dyer, W. C. Da
vis, H. Eichwald, A. Krakmer, II. B.
Stevens, G. R. Le Baron, A. Schwartz,
Jos. E. Spence, Parvin Witte, D. T.
White, Geo. E. Wallace, J. Calisher,
T. Thatcher, Jos. Sweeney, W- L.
Gaines, Lamar Davis, F. R Tobin, A.
Courchesne, H. T. Ponsford, E. Moye,
Jos. Zelman, Mrs. Guy Hammett, Mrs.
Leila T. Moore, Mrs. E. B, Fatman,
Miss H. Grace Frankl'n. Maj. J. H.
Sutherland, Lieut. F. M. Brabson,
Lieut. R. S. Coles, Messrs. Max; Moye,
James Vance, A. H. Loizeau, W. C.
Harvie, Henri Letord, W. G. Walz, Rob
ert L. Holliday, V7. tf. Arnold, M.
Schwartz, W. T. Downing, A. H. Gold
stein, Paul Hammett, Robert Krak
aeur, J. J. McCourt, W. K. Marr. "Wal
ter H. Scott, Natnan Solomon, Dr. ana
Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. B. B. Bailey. Mrs.
Josephine Morfit, B. Blumentfnal and
brother, E. Morrow, Albert Mathias,
Mrs. J. C. Lackland, Mrs. Harry Lack
land, Walter L. Kohlberg, Mrs. Katie
Marr, Merjon Lindsey, Frank Powers,
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Slater, Mr. and
Mrs. .William Garvin, M and Mrs. Her
bert Boas, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bray,
Mrs. E. Kohlberg
Subscribers not in the above list are
requested to' telephone Mrs. Geo. R,
Le Baron, No. 3S26, so as to enable the
tracing of errors or unsigned remit
tances. The following committees are mak
ing elaborate arrangements for the
charity ball, which promises to be the
most successful ever given:
Hall committee Mrs. W. H. Burge,
chairman; Mrs. J. G. McNary, Mrs. W.
E. Race, Mrs. A. P. Coles.
Press committee Mrs. J. "A. Raw
lings, chairman; Mrs. -t. C. Canby, Mrs.
H. D. Slater.
Printing committee Mrs. George La
Baron, chairman; Mrs. Otis Coles, Mrs.
F. W- Norton, Mrs- J. W- Eubank.
Invitation committee-i-Mesdames Z.
T. White, W. L. Tooley, J. L. Dyer, W.
H. Bryan, J.C. Lackland, C. H. Leavell,
Julius Krakauer. ' r
Music committee Mrs. William Glas
gow, chairman; Mrs. J. F. Williams,
Mrs. W. D. HowerMrs. P. J. Edwards.
'Decoration committee Mrs. Win-
Chester Cooley. chairman; :urs. i. b.
Potter Mrs. H. S. Beach. Mrs. F,
Earle. Miss Leigh White.
Refreshment committee Mrs. J. H.
Nations, chairman; Mrs. Josephine
Morfit, Mrs. H. C. Myles, Mrs. J. A.
Dick, Mrs. W. L. Gaines, Mrs. W. S.
Crombie. Mrs. S. Frudenthal, Mrs. Fer
nando C. Searle.
As Thanksgiving draws near and
thoughts turn to family gatherings,
the good dinners and plans of enter-
tainment for friends, there comes he J
opportunity to do tor tne nomeiess aim
friendless. The charity ball coming on
Thanksgiving eve gives this opportu
nity to do for others.
For years EL Pasoans have united in
giving, that the proceeds from the ball
may be used for the poor. Tbis Is the
only time during the year that a gen
eral appeal is made tto the public by
the Woman's charity. The public has
always responded most generously
and the women of the association
trust that this year will be no excep- j
tion. . The Woman's charity depends bn
the proceeds of this ball for the con
tinuance of its work through the yea-.
This work is carried on most eco
nomically. Very needy cases are given
temporary relief, and then investi- i
The Charity aims to help people to
help themselves. -
At present there is great need of
help. The promoters ask all to re
member that in giving to the ball it is
twofold, as patrons are giving to those
who are worthy and needy, yet enjoy
ing a most delightful social affair.
IX HOXOR OF A VISITOR. i
Mrs. E. M. Fraser very pleasantly
entertained Monday evening, compli
mentary to Mrs. J. H. Parsons, of Ta
coma, "Wash. The house was beauti
fully decorated with chrysanthemums
and a profusion of autumn leaves,
producing a most pleasing effect. Pro
gressive Bunco was the game enjoyed,
and , the first prize a handpainted
plate was won by Mrs. J. E. Campbell.
The consolation prize went to Mrs. Ella
.Tayior, and a beautiful fancy -work
article was given as the guest prize.
The first prize for the men was won j
by Sidney Hawkins.
jThe guests in attendance were: Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Campbell,- Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Hagedon, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Miller, Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Fraser, Mrs. Flora Sav
age, Mrs. Alice E. Thompson, Mrs. H. C.
Bernauer, Mrs. Ella Taylor, Mrs. "Winn,
Mrs. J. A. Shannon, Mrs. C. A. Danley,
Dr. Ida Bishop, Mrs. Carolyn Moffitt;
Misses Ada Beaudette, Marian Camp
bell, Fiorence Heed, Lily Brown.
Mrs. A. J. Fraser entertained very
charmingly Monday afternoon with a
tea complimentary to Mrs. J. H. Par
sons. The table was spread with handsome
Battenburg doilies, and ''carnations
were attractively used for the central
decorations. The hostess presented
the honor guest, Mrs. .Parsons, with a
beautiful gold mounted silver thimble.
Those enjoying Mrs. Fraser's hospi
tality were: Mesdames J. L. Campbell,
Flora Savage, Ella Taylor, Spaulding,
J. A. Shannon, Winn, E. H. Fraser. C.
H. Campbell, C. A. Danley, Dr. Ida
Bishop, Misses -Florence Reed and Lily
Mrs. J. F. Miller entertained inform
ally yesterday morning, complimentary
tn ATr! J. HT. .Parsons, of Taeomn woii
Mrs. Satchcll, of Juarez, also enter- '
tained last evening. In honor of Mrs. J
Paisons, at a beautifully appointed
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One of the most pleasing social oc
currences of the week end was the
charmingly arranged bridge party given
Saturday afternoon, at which Mrs.
Clarence Pickrell was the hostess. The
affair was complimentary to Mrs. M.
Cartwright, and Mrs. W. P. Head,
mother and sister of Mrs. Pickrell.
The decorations were palms and quan
tities of chrysanthemums. In the din
ing room the table was spread with
an exquisite drawn work cover, a sil
ver basket of lilies of the valley form
ing the central decorative feature.
The first prize, a beautiful old Eng
lish picture In terra cotta, was won
by Mrs. Winston Pettus.
Delicious refreshments were served
from small tables.
Those enjoying Mrs. Pickrell's hospi
Mesdame's W. R. Brown, W. L. Brown,
H. W. Broaddus, W. H. Bryan, Belle F.
Beachel, R. F. Campbell, French S.
Cary, Frank Coles, Z. L. Cobb, W. H.
Cook, W. S. Crombie, G. B. Calnan,
George Cole, Lamar Davis, J. A. Dick,
Alves Dixon, G. O. Ellis, J. W. Eu
bank, Edgar Fewel, H. F. Kettler, W.
C. Kluttz, James L. Marr, Josephine I
N. Morfit, J. H. Nations, Henderson, j
Winston Pettus, V. P. Safford. F H.
seamon, joruce oeeiuu, xv. n. onuu.,
J. E. Spence. Harry Swain, F. W. Nor
ton, R. H. Turner, C. S. Woodworth,
j W. L. Tooley; Misses Frances Clark,
Lillian Newton, Janie Ellis, Anna
Grace Ellis, Marian Calnan, Gertrude
Ellis,. Harriet Ellis, Ethel Walz. Josie
Wooten, Kathleen Myles, Genevie
Anderson, Mamie Sexton, Henrietta
Buckler, Irene Campbell.
Mrs. W. D. Greet was hostess at
two charmingly arranged bridge par
ties, given Mon'day 'and Tuesday aft
.erndons, at her home on San Antonio
In the decorations chrysanthemums
were attractively used, and dainty
ferns gracefully entwined the chande
On Monday the fortunate prize win
ners were Mrs. J. W. Carter and Mrs.
R. H. Smith, the consolation going .o
Mrs. W. D. Howe.
Tuesday afternoon the first prize
was won by Miss Ada May Lindop, aad
the 'second by Mrs. Guy L. Warren,
the consolation prize fell to Mrs. L.
A delicious salad course followed by
the ice course was served.
Those enjoying Mrs. Greet's charm
ing hospitality were:
Mesdames Lamar Davis, George R.
LeBaron, W. S. Crombie, Frank O.
Coles, F. C. Searle, Gu$- L. Warren,
R. H. Smith, S. P. Weisiger, B. M.
Williams, J. W. Carter. Morris Park
er, J. J- McCourt, A. H. Goldstein,
Battelle White. W. A. White, W.
D Howe, R. F. Burges, R. C. Canby,
Belle F. Beachel, "William H. F. Judd,
F. H. Seamon, Leila T. Moore. C. E.
Kellogg, J. C. Lackland, W . H. Sea
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H. W. Broaddts,
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C. Wlmberley, A. G. Foster, E. M.
Bray, K. D. Franklin, A. P. Averill,
Peyton F. Edwards, C. S. Wood
worth, Clarence Kluttz, F. C. Earle,
L. H. Tucker, J. B. Watson, J. E.
Bowen, Butler, R. Y Anderson, H.
J T. Snfford, Dan Jackson, H. E. Run-
kle, J. A. Rawlings, W- W. Smith,
H. C. Myles, Harland Irvin; Misses
Ada May Lindop, Rebecca Mack, Agnes
The Misses Annie and Mary Stola
roff entertained at a most enjoyable
bridge party last Saturday afternoon
at their home on North Santa Fe
The early approach of the
Holidays should cause you
to hurry in making ah
appointment for a sitting.
A Feldman Fotograf will be
one of the most prized of all v
the presents yougive.
Don yt wait, attend to
once, it is important
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What is more uncomfortable and aggravating
than an ill fitting pair of glasses?
Make up your mind, that for once in your life,
you will have a pair of glasses that satisfy you to
the smallest detail---glasses that do not draw the
eyes, nor pinch your nose, nor cut your ears. Make
up your mind that this time, you will have glasses
that from the first moment you put them on will
feel soft and easy, set well and look well.
Satisfaction---or your money back. It is to
your' interest that you come in and see us and
we'll talk it over.
EL PASO OPTICAL CO.
The pri2e & cut g,asg
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The second prize, a hand painted plate,
went to Miss Aileen Hague, and the
J consolation prize fell to Miss Juanita
Smith. A salad course, followed by Ice
cream, wasj served after the games,
while punch was served during the
The house was decorated with pink
and white carnations.
Those in attendance were: Mesdames
M. Lantin, N. Goldoft, Hugh White, A.
Strelitz, Leo. Gale, Hal Christie, W.
Christie, B. P. Dubinski, M Patterson.
A. Stolaroff, and the Misses RegIna
Schuster, Juanita Smith, Fannie Ber
ger, Amy Schutz, Aileen Hague, Rina
Goldwell. Pauline Sprinz, Lena Heep,
Dora Burton, Sadie Baron, Dora Co-
hen, Marian Campbell, Ceral Christie,
Jewel Brown, Hattie Rawlins, A. San
difer, Natalie Blion, Rose Moniac and
Mrs. J. E. Bowen entertained 'very
pleasantly this afternoon at bridge,
complimentary to her niece, Miss Ada
A VALLEY PARTIES.
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On Friday evening a -number of
young people enjoyed a moonlight hay
ride down the valley, with the ielight
ful country home of Mr. and Mrs. D.
M. Payne as their destination. A de
licious picnic 'supper was served, and
singing and dancing were among the
pleasant diversions of the evening
Mrs. F. H. Payne chaperoned the party.
among whom were: Misses Leigh
White, Carolyn Payne, Virginia Semple,
Ann Hughes, Helen Runyan, Frances
Hughes; Messrs. George Mansfield,
Wallace Morris, W. P. Fraser, Ralph
Henderson, Lee Davis and Arthur Har
ris. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Payne joined the
party later in the evening, going dowD
in their automobile.
Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Turner, and Dr.
and Mrs. B. M, Worsham will give a
dance Friday evening at their new
country home down the valley, in tho
nature of a house warming, and com-
'pllmentary to Miss Anne Lee Gaines
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and her guest, Miss Dorothy Kinney.
Machines have been provided to take
the guests down, and the party wiU
leave the city about 4 oclock.
To dress the hair naturally is out
idea that is, to modify the prevailing
style until it is thoroughly becoming
to your particular face and figure
Elite Parlors, 6-7, Stevens building.
i See Our
Our New Store Has Proven Conclu
sively Our Millinery Supremacy
in El Paso.
Our success has been even greater
than we anticipated. El Paso people,
as well as visitors from the El Paso
territory, have pronounced the
Posener Store to be complete to the
We repeat again, without any possible
fear of contradiction, that you can
buy here at retail at practically the
same prices that- other milliners
There yet remains a limited number
of exclusive pattern hats. Carrying
out our policy of never retaining- pat
tern 'hats in stock for any length of
I time, we propose to close these out.
All pattern hats are now being offered
at just 1-2 regular prices.
We continue the sale of "Gage" Model
Hats and Turbans. Thi3 sale has been
the talk of the town. And no won
der! When you consider that these
are regular $12.50 values and all in
dividual styles. Sale Price, ?4.95.
We have become distributing depot
for the entire Southwest in plumes
While prices on plumes range from
S5.00 to $75.00, -we note one extra
special in first quality Willow
Plumes. These are & menes long, u
inches wide, and are regular 20.00 I
plumes; on sale at $9.95.
Holiday shopping will soon be at
hand. "We 'have prepared for this
season one of the higgest collections
of novelties suitable tfor Christmas
gifts ever assembled in El Paso. It
comprises high grade Art Jewelry,
Shopping Bags, fashionable Hair Or
naments. Chatelaine Sets, Silver Mesh
Bags. Vanity Bags. La Vallieres. in
fact, it would take a whole page to
describe in detail -this Department.
TVe are now devoting the whole San
Antonio Street window to a display
of such novelties, and a few minutes
spent looking over this window will
thoroughly post you as to values and
Our first shipment of furs offered
such unusual values that every piece
was quickly sold. However, we have
been successful in securing an addi
tional shipment of the same order and
to buy a fur witKoufc first seeing
what we 'haVe to offer would be to
make a serious mistake. TTe also
carry a full line of all kinds of pelts
and)' can 'make to your order a fur
turban to match any set.
Beyond a doubt, the biggest values
ever offered in El Paso in human
hair goods. "We offer "Billy Burke"
Cluster Puffs, all shades, regular
price $2.50, at a special price of 95c.
The 19-cluster "Billy Burke" Puffs,
all shades? regular price $3.00; on spe
cial sale $1.50.
We are prepared to do every class of
hair manufacturing and hair weaving.
all the time. So no one wUl be dis
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