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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, jtfov. 30, 1910.
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In Social Circles.
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If there is anything we are proud of, it is our shoes for
boys, 'it takes a great amount of shoe knowledge to
buy boys' shoes right, right in price, and right in qual
ity. "We claim to hare been eminently successful in
securing the best Boys' Shoes made for the money and
(whether they be for school or dress wear, we not only
recommend them as the best Boys' Shoes on the market
considering their price, but we absolutely guarantee
each pair we sell.
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
Little Gents' Box Calf, Lace or
Button Shoes,' strong and dur- -
able .$1.5(Kand $1.75
Boys' Box Calf Lace Shoes, oak
soles, strong and durable
.5 $1.75 and $2.00
BOYS' DRESS SHOES
Little Gents' Gun Metal "Lace or.
Button Boots, dressy yet dur
able . . $2.00 and $2.50
BoysGun Metal Lac or Button
Boots, dressy yet durable . . . .
$250, $3.00 and $3.50
The above can also be bought in
Patent Leather, but we ' dg not
guarantee them against breaking
GREATER EL PASO'S
'GREATEST SHOE STORE,
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OUT OF TOV? VISITORS.
AfVr snMdins Thanksirivine: with
his parents, judge and Mrs. J". E. Town-1
send, J. E. Townsend, jr., has returned
Miss Ollie Davis, -who has spent the
past two years visiting- her aunt, Mrs.
Charity Kirk, of Juarez, left Sunday
for her home in Emporia, Kansas.
Dr. A. S. Bright, district superinten- j
dent of the New Mexico missions, is j
visiting Rev. and Mrs. F. W Otto.
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Mrs.W. TV. Smith, who has been the'
guest of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Kaw
lings, "has returned to her home In
Stillwater, X. T. , En route she will vis
it friends in Kansas City and Chicago.
Returning from a year abroad, Abby
de Avirett spent several days in .the
city this week, visiting his mother,
Mrs. Lizzie Avireet, before going on to
his liome in Long Beach, Cal.
Mrs. II. F. Cruse and Mrs. Glover
Martin were in the city the first of the
week from Las Cruces, on a shopping
expedition, and were the guests of Miss
Mrs. A. L. Durlin, of Michigan, will
spend the winter in the jcty, the guest
of her daughter, MissJIaud Durbin.
PRACTICAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
The idea this season and It's a good
one is to give something that is both
handsome and fprviceable. Each day
now adds to our line of well-selected
practical gift things. We mention
"Waterman fountain pens as gifts for
busy men and women. Also leather
goods of handsome finish and durable
construction, such as card cased purses
and shopping bags, cigar and cigarette
cases, pocket cases etc. "We also call
3our attention to fine perfumeries and
other fine toilet preparations that will
please tne woman of dainty tastes.
Each day now adds to the variety of
appropriate Christmas gifts offered
here. Scott TThite & Co., Prescription
Druggists, 204 Mills St.
4 WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS. 4
Willow Grove No. 84 of the Wood
man circle, entertained with a recep
tion on Friday evening at the Knights
of Columbus hall in honor of supreme
guardian Emma B. Manchester and
district manager Thomas, who are vis
itors in the city. The officers of Wil
low Grove, in full regalia, received the
visitors and, after a short address of
welcome by guardian Malone, the su
preme guardian was Introduced, and
thanked the Woodman circle and the
Woodmen of the World for their cor
dial and hearty welcome to the city.
At the close of her1 address the supreme
guardian was presented with a beauti
ful bouquet, tied with ribbons in the
The program was given under the
direction of Messrs. 'Holford. Mudd and
Low. A vocal solo by Miss Beason
was beautifully rendered.
"District manager Thomas was called
upon for an address, responding with
a helpful talk on fraternalism, and
urging the Woodmen of the World to
cooperate with the circle.
Following the address, a vocal solo
was very pleasingly given by Miss Amy
Schutz, accompanied by Mrs. J. B.
Willow Grove drill team gave a rit-
ualistic drill in official regalia, sov
ereign Lizzie Mudd, captain.
"When the Swallows Homeward Fly,"
a vocal duet by Miss Amy Schutz and
Mr. Rocrers. was imuch enjoyed.
A special drill was given for the.
guests by E. Low and team, which J
called forth hearty applause.
Mrs. J. B. Thew closed the program
with a piano solo.
A luncheon, was served, the color
scheme of lavender and green being at
tractively carried out in the menu.
The Shakespere club will meet semi
monthly, and Mrs. GuitteVman, of
North Stanton street, will be the next
The .Beta Beta club was very pleas
antly entertained this afternoon at the
home of Miss Sue Lattner.
l j. ne ntJ.VL regular uiuu uuj met; liiib
I of the woman's club will be' held Wed
nesday, Dec. 7, at the home of Mrs. W.
R. Brown, on West Rio Grande street.
Being the fifth Wednesday in tho
month, there was no meeting of the
club this afternoon.
The meeting of the W. C. T. U., which
was to have been held this week, has
been postponed on account of the re
vival meetings at the Tabernacle.
The meeting of the Sunshine society,
whine was to have been held Friday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. TV. C. Da
vis, has been postponed to Dec 9. ,
Mesdames R. T. Hanks and A. S.
Howard entertained the women" of the
Calvary Baptist church yesterday af
ternoon in the church parlor. The
early part of the afternoon was spent
in sewing and was followed -with a mis
sionary program, refreshments and a
The Thursdaj' Lunch "club was beau
tifully entertained last week, on Sat
urday, at the Harvey house, by Mrs.
Leila T. Moore.
The life class of the El Paso Art club
met on Saturday afternoon at the Y. M.
C A. The attendance -was good and J
Let us take care of your finger nails.
"We do manicuring for men and women.
Elite Parlors, 6-7, Stevens Bldg.
"LOOKL FOR THE SIGX OF THE REXG"
Every housekeeper takes pride in having Cut
Glass to enhance the beauty of the dining table! or
sideboard. And Cut Glass does not represent
such an outlay of expense as some people think.
Our display of Cut Glass will offer many gift
suggestions to the undecided.
'A dazzling, sparkling display of Bowls, Bonbon
Dishes, Celery Trays, Vases, Sugars and Creams,
Decanters, Water Bottles, Mayonaise Bowls, Oil
Bottles, Cologne Bottles, Water Pitchers, Tum
blers, Punch Bowls and Salts and Peppers.
OUR CREAMER AND SUGAR at $5.QQ
is an unusual offer.'
W 71 Hixson Co.
Corner Mills and Mesa
THE GIFT HOUSE OF THE SOUTHWEST"
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The marriage of Miss Stella Mahoney
and Grover Suggs is announced to take
place tomorrow evening at the home of
Mrs. J. P. MacFadyean, 511 Mesa ave
nue. Rev. O, S. Wright, of Trinity M.
E. church, will officiate.
Mrs. J. P. MacFaydean will entertain
with a miscellaneous shower on Mon
day afternoon, at her home, 511 Mesa
avenue, in honor of "Miss Lily Brown.
Mrs. Sidney Hockett entertained
Monday afternoon, complimentary to
Miss Lily Brown, whose marriage to
Sidney Hockett takes place Dec. 2S.
The afternoon was spent in hem
ming dainty linens for the new home
of the bride elect, and prizes were
given for the neatest work, and tJso
for the greatest amount of work done
during the afternoon.
For the neatest work. Miss Florence
Reed received the prize a handsome
cutglass bonbon disli and. for the
most work, the prize went to Mrs. Buy
er, also a cutglass bonbon disb.
The consolation prize fell to Mrs.
Delightful refreshments were served
to the guests, who were: Mrs. C. A.
Danly Mrs. J. L. Campbell, Mrs. Flor
ence Savage, Mrs. E. M. Fraser, Mrs.
Graves, Mrs. Boj'er, Mrs. Tuckett, Mrs.
J. A. Shannon, Mrs. Booklocker Mrs.
Louis Howell. Mrs. A. J. Fraser, Mrs.
Spaulding, Mrs. Pauline McFaydean,
Miss Florence Reed.
On Friday evening, at her home on
Los Angeles street, Mrs. L. Laskin en
tertained with a miscellaneous shower
complimentary to Miss Sadie Baron.
Upon the arrival of the honor guest
the lights were turned on in the dark
ened parlor, ' revealing to her a large
number of assembled friends, and also
a beautiful collection of miscellaneous
Various games were features of the
evening's entertainment, after which
refreshments were daintily served.
Those present were: Misses Sadie
Baron, Annie Klineman, Anna Swatt,
Rose Frankel, Bessie and Fannie Bar
on, Estelle Levy, Lillie Givens, Mary
and Annie Stolaroff, Hella Rosensteln,
Sadie Lefkovitz, Ida Jacobson, Dora,
Esther and Frieda Cohen, Frieda Swatt,
Mesdames I. Laskin, X. Goldoft,
R. C. Talpis, M. Lantin, L. Swatt,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldoft, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Givens, Messrs. Ben Swatt, .Arthur
and Irving Bloch, Sam Swatt, Bert
Herskovitz, Joe Talpis, A. J. Blau
graund, Joe Blaugraund, Sam Stolaroff,
Herman Bloch, L. Goodman, L. Gold
smith, Leon St;relitz.
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Miss 'Maud Austin will entertain
with a cotillion on Friday evening,
complimentary to her guest, Miss Eliz
The dance to be given by the offi
cers this evening at the post Is an af
fair that is being anticipated with
The dance given recently by the
members of the Progress club, at their
club Tooms on El Paso street, was one
of the brilliant and delightful social
events of the season. The club rooms
were delightfully decorated for the oc
casion and the elaborate gowning of
the women added much to the pleasing
Delicious punch and sandwiches were
served during the evening.
Those In attendance were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Ar
nold Strelltz, Mr. and Mrs. A. Blumen
thal, Mr., and Mrs. B. Blumenthal, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Michelson. Mr. and Mrs.
y E. Move, Mrs. A. Leipsic, Mrs. I. L. Ja-
j cods, aits, lilrschi, Misses Delia Moye,
Rebecca Goldstein Ethel Levy, Aron
son, Schwartz; Messrs. Sidney "Oilman,
Sidney Mayer, Blumenkranz, Edgar
Kayser, Maurice Schwartz, Sam Blum
enthal, Carl Blumenthal and Goldman.
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fr ABOUT II03IE PEOPLE.
Mrs. J. P. , McFadyean has moved
from her former apartments in the
Bassett Flats to 511 Mesa avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sievers will be
"at home" to friends on Monday even
ing of each week, at their residence,
1018 Brown street.
with the weakest digestive organs,
and makes them strong
"There's a. Reason"
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein will entertain
at the first of a series of bridge par
ties on Thursday tfternoon.
Mrs. K. D. Franklin and Mrs. H. E.
Runkle are entertaining with a series
of bridge parties this week, on Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday afternoons,
at the home of Mrs. Runkle, 409 East
Mrs. R. C. Semple was the hostess for
the Wednesday Bridge club this after
Miss Milda Connolly will be the host
ess for the Girls' Thursday Bridge club
this week. I "
The Merry Wives' High Five club will
meet this week at the home of Mrs. W.
Mrs. Mae Kelley, 718 North Santa Fe
street, dntertained at bridge Monday
night. Those present included Mr. and
"Mrs. George Spencer, Los Angeles; Mr.
and Mrs. Schaffer, Mrs. K. Broder
son, Mrs. Mae Kelley; Misses Sarah
Johnston, Barnes; Messrs. E. Douglas,
L. Garringer and H. Bell.
A charming social affair of the week
was the bridge party given Monday af
ternoon by Mrs. William Glasgow, com
plimentary to the debutantes.
The house was beautifully decorated
with nasturtiums and sweet peas, the
rich, glowing colors producing a most
pleasing effect. Miss Aileen Hague
was the fortunate winner of the first
prize, and following the games delic
ious, refreshments were served.
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Glasgow's
hospitality were: Misses Anne Lee
Gaines, Dorothy Kinney, Lillian New
ton, Aileen Hague. Wanda Race, Kath
rine Coles, Kathleen Myles, Henrietta
Buckler, Josephine Clardy.
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Mrs. F. P. Miller gave a very enjoy
able weekend house party at her ranch
home near Franklin.
The party went out on Friday even
ing, returning to the city Saturday
evening, and included Misses Ethel
Brown, Chloe Calhoun, Tura Compton,
Essie Plunkett, Lucille Pierce, Ada May
Lindop, Kate-Rob Inette, Leona Back;
Messrs. Arthur Schuster, Sinclair, Dr.
B. F. Clutter, Miller, Blair, L. Claver,
Edward Heid and Hall.
The party was chaperoned by Mrs. T.
M. Quebedeaux and Mr. and Mrs. Fill
more. Mrs. V. P. Safford very delightfully
entertained on Saturday evening in
henor of her young daughter, Madeline,
who celebrated her 14th birthday anni
Music, games and delighVful refresh
ments were among the enjoyments of
Those in attendance were: Misses
Maggie "and Jennie May Davis, Beatrice
Stiles, Dorothy Lackland. Alice Myles
and Dorcas Payne.
Mrs. J. C. Lackland very pleasantly
entertained on Monday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. A. J. Holland, of Dallas,
who is the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
S. P. Weisiger, and Mrs. A. L. Durlin,
The afternoon was very delightfully
spent. Miss Evaline Belk, who is the
possessor of a beautiful soprano voice,
gave a number of solos in a most
charming manner. A delicious two-
course luncheon was served. The ta
ble held a beautiful centerpiece of au
tumn fruits and was spread with
handsome cluny doilies.
Those invited to meet the honor
guests were: Mesdames James Marr,
sr., E. A. Shelton, J. E. Townsend, B. B.
Bailey, James "Wright, George Cole, A.
B. Moore, S. P. Weisiger and Miss
At the Junior class reception at the
high school last Friday evening, the
following were present:
Jenevle Anderson, Maybelle Bryan,
Jimmie Brooks, Bessie Barnes, Marlon
Bowden, Mayme Clark. May Campbell,
Florence Cox, Cathern Cox, Miss Cham
berlain, Miss Cobb, Marguerite Darby
shire, Harriet Ellis, Grace Fleck, Lavi
nia Germain, Vivian Hunter, Nellie
Haniman, Katherine Harper, Bura
Heinricks, Irma Kuhn, Margaret Kin
non, Miss Kelly, Mary Lewis, Mary
Leighton, Stella Lattner, Marie Levl
son, Augusta Markgraff, Fredia Rhein
himer, Josephine Ray, Mary Robertson,
Janet Rumsey, Gladys Strickland, Elsi
n.or Shelton, Louise Sisterman, Annie
Laurie Sullivan, Sybil Shedd. Nell Saf
ford, Anna Taylor. Maybelle Woolridge,
Marion Young,. Faculty, R. M
White, Mrs. ' Frank, Miss Gold
stein, Miss Winkler, Mr." De Ser
viere, Mr. Hughey, Mi;. Curd, Mr.
Thomas, Misses Oldham, Chamberlain,
Kelly, Cobb; Messrs. Richard Garllng,
Nelson 'Rice, Vernon Lymon, John
Burch, Bernard Hill, Adkins Bowden,
Raymond Campbell, Baylor Foster,
Alex Wallis, George Easter, Nat Rus
sell, Clark Wright, Russell Thompson,
Wendell Kuhn, Lamar Thomas, Npr
man Morrison, Richard McHatton, Will
Hawkins, Homer Thomas, S. M. Turner,
Fred Chesney, Lawrence' Shea, Edwin
C. Moore, Robert Mullen. Scott White,
Ed Freeman. Frank Ross, Parke,r Dud
ley, Fred Barnes, Ralph Werley. Linn
Mee, Franklin Lucas, Edward Warren,
Earle Teague, Frank Lyons, Wayne
Slaughter, Robert Hoover.
Mrs. A. H- Butler was the charm
ing hostess who, yesterday afternoon,
entertained at bridge, at her home on
The first prize, a handsome hand
painted plate, was won- by Mrs. Guy
L. Warren, the second prize, also a
hand decorated plate, went to Miss
Ada May Lindop. Mrs. K. G. Crowder
received the consolation prize a
A delicious salad course was served
at the close of the games. Those en
joying Mrs. Butler's hospitality Vere:
Mesrames H. E. Runkle, Winston Pet
tus, Batelle White, W. A. White. J.
Donohue, R. H. Smith, Morris Parker,
Eyes make or mar a face; the other
features may be ever so comely, a pair
of weak, red, inflamed, or twitching
eyes will spoil it's beauty. Property ad-'
justed glasses will cure most of these
troubles by removing the cause. Thai's
all we do test eyes -fit glasses.: It
will pay you to '
El Paso Optical Co.
Pioneer Plaza Opp. Sheldon
E. M. Bray, Ai W. Foster, Guy L.
Warren, D. C Booth, E..M. Hen
dricks, H. P. Noake, R. "G. Crowder,
J. F. Eyster, K D. Franklin, J. E.
Bowen, W. D. Greet, F. H. Seamon,
D. Y. Hadley, C. S. Woodworth, E.
E. Windsor, C. E. Kelly, George
Wimberley, George Newell, P. E
Gardner, L. J. Gilchrist. W. C.
Kluttz, Frank Turner, Misaes Myra
Prater, Adine Noake, Ada May Lindop.
Mrs. Frank J. Turner entertained very
pleasantly this afternoon at bridge,
complimentary to the meirfbers of the
Wednesday Bridge club.
Gladys Brock gave a party in. honor
of her 12th birthday anniversary at
her home, S01 North Ochoa street, at
which she had many of her young
friends. The decorations were in pink
and white, and the guests wore mas-
mipraflfl costumes. -Thev brousrht manv !
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present and the costumes they wore
Reba Elliot. Jndian Princess Helen
Kettler, Red Riding Hood; Louise Ket
tler. Prince; Dorothy Crane.Tambourine
Girl; Gladys Brock, Spanish Dancer;
Marjorie Pew, Red Riding Hood; Lu
cille Ayers, Japanese; Katherine Grif
fith, Fairy Queen; Dorothy Williams,
Martha Washington; 'Helen Conway,
Mother Goose; Mildred Pew, Japanese;
Edythe Sweet, Fairy Servant; Vernice
McCort, Fairy Queen; Blanch White,
Indian Boy; Louise Welch, Peasant;
Hazel Johnson, French Doll; Grace
Johnson, Queen of Hearts; Alice Lo- j
gan. Knight: Ruby Mae Fuller, Colo
nial Dame; Mildred Jones, French Doll;
Margaret McGee, Tennis Girl; Annie
Roland. Wild Rosa; Gladys Hales,
Court Jester; Raymond White, Imp of
Satan; Hurley Griffith, Big Chief; Ed
ward Short, King of Hearts; Ralph
Pateman, Clown; Paul Welch, Indian
Chief; Hugh Lee, Sailor; Edward Burk.
Carpenter; Wallace Ponsford, Soldier;
Raymond Hoban; Nurse; Clarence
Richards, Jew; David Brock, Rogers
Johnson, Cecil Jones, John O'Neall,
Saturday? Snyder Jewelry Co.
The "best plaster. A piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Liniment
and bound on over the affected parts is
superior to a plaster and costs only one
tenth as much. For sale by all dealers.
More rooms with hath than any
other hotel in El Paso.
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(Formerly of the Sheldcm)
Give the boy, or girl, a kodak for Christmas,
and you have opened a field of wholesome oc
cupation and interest with practically no limit
to its pleasant possibilities.
Then too, when you give the boy, or girl, a
kodak you are giving something of value to
the whole family. The " snapshots' ' taken by
a kodak in the hands of the youthful photo
grapher catch the truly characteristic pose,
the real expression of the moment. In years'
to come, the kodak book filled with pictures,
each one of them tecalling a memory will be
a treasure bevond value.
We offer for your selection everything in Eastman Kodaks', from the. " Brownie"
at $1.00 to the folding kodaks at $35.00. If you have a boy or girl who is inter
ested, or whom you wish to interest, in the pleasant field of photography, begin
with a Brownie. Then, another year, perhaps, a larger kodak with morV possi
bilities will be in order. '
"Brownie" Kodaks $1.00 to $12.00
Box Kodaks at $5.00 to $12.00
Folding Pocket Kodaks $10. 00 to $35. 00 '
B'fPlllBiil I jl3i
(Besides the kodaks themselves,
you will find here all manner
of supplies the ' ' Browmie ' '
Developing Box, the Kodak
developing Tank, Enlarging
Cameras, etc. The bpy, or girl,
wjio already possesses a kodak
will be glad to receive any one
of these things.