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L PASO HERALD
4 Saturday, Dec. 17, 1910.
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Just oa& ar Afm dropping "Guarantee" Footwear
)rmi&h the chimney from his airship! follow his
lead, be up-to-date and get a pair of our stylish Boots,
toes or Simpers for Christmas, whether you want
them for yourself or a friend.
Stylish and Classy Shoes and
Slippers for women, includ
ing the renowned "Laird
Elegant and comfortable feeling shoes and house slippers for men,
including the celebrated "EDWIN CLAPP" make.
Shoes $3.50 to $7,00
Children's Shoes and Jockey Boots, modish footwear for children
of all ages, also Felt Slippers,, $1. 00 to $4. 00.
AH Purchases Cheerfully Exchanged After Christmas
Remember that a pair of Guarantee Shoes is a joy to the
wearer while they lasts
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Wednesday evening at 9 oclock, at the
home of Mrs. W. G. Schfartz, l'021 Ari
zona street, Miss Irene I. Aldrich and
Gus Schwartz were united in marriage
in the presence of friends by Rev. C. L.
The bride has lived in El Paso three
years and has made a wide circle ot
The groom is connected with the El
Paso & Southwestern railroad, and the
young couple will make their home in
El Paso, at 322 "West Missouri street.
R. B. Goode, now of Madera, Mexico,
but formerly of Beaumont, Texas, was
married Dec. 14, 1910, to Miss Florence
Jj. Dorris, of Beaumont, Texas, at the
home of Rev. R. T. Hanks, 1107 Arizona
street. The couple left Friday for their
future home in Madera.
Edward Doolittle and Miss Marguer
ite Mace were quietly married Tuesday
afternoon at the residence of Dr. and
Mrs. J. A. Hedrlck, 816 North Oregon
Rev. C. S. "Wright performed the cere
mony, which was witnessed by a few
A pretty home wedding was that of
jMiss Beulah Stoker and William Ter
rance Stanberry, celebrated. Wednesday
afternoon at 5 oclock at the home or
the pride's parents, 1137 Arizona street.
A large number of friends were in
atendance at the ceremony.
The house was beautlfuly decorated
throughout in the bridal colors of
green and white.
In the dining room the bay window
was transformed into a veritable Dower
of green, with southern smilax, palms
and ferns, and from the center hun? an
Immense bow of white tulle, under
which the ceremony was performed.
Just before the ceremony Mrs. Court
ney A. Camp very sweetly sang "All Tor
As Mrs. J. A. Barada played the wed
ding march from Lohengrin, the little
ring bearer, Virginia Robinson, entered
the parlors holding in one hand a dain
ty basket filled with carnations, and in
the other a calle lily, in thep etals of
which the ring was embedded. The
bride and groom came in together, the
minister. Rev. C. L- Overstreet, awaiting
them at the place of celebration.
The bridje was handsomely gownc-1
in white embroidered crepe, with rrim
irungs of real lace, and garnitures cf
The long veil of tuile was Tiell in
place with a wreath of orange blossoms
an lillies of the valley, and an arm
br.ouet of bride's roses, lilKes of tn-x
valley and orchids, in shower effect,
Following the ceremony refreshments
were served, with Misses Katie Stoker
and Wilma Elliott presiding at the
The oride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. E. T. Stoker and an artist of rec
The groorfi Is editor of the Hereford.
Texas, Brand. The young couple, who
received a large collection of beautiful
presents, left immediately after the
ceremony for their future home. In
Mrs. C. J. Dean will entertain with a .
luncheon on Wednesday, in honor of j
Mrs. W. W. Woods, of Los Angeles.
Mrs. F. J. Feldman and Mrs. Win
Chester Cooley entertained at a beauti-
ful luncheon on . Wednesday, at the i
home of Mrs. Feldman, complimentary !
to Mrs. W. W. Woods, of Dos Angeles.
Covers were laid for 12 guests, and
following the luncheon bridge was en- j
In the dining room a motif of red
prevailed in the decorations. A basket
filled with red carnations and ferns oc- t
cupied the central position on the table, '
and the hand decorated place cards were j
done in red floral design. j
Beautiful pictures were given as
prizes in the bridge games, Mrs. Delia
T. Moore securing the first and Mrs. t
A. H. Goldstein the second prize.
Mrs. W. W. Woods received the guest
prize, also a picture.
Silk waists and fine skirts under
priced at the Bee Hive, 208 E. Overland
Plum pudding candy at McCuIlough's.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Parker celebrated r
the forty-fourth anniversary of their
marriage on last Tuesday evening with
a dinner, when the honor guests were
their three sons, James H. Parker.
Frank W. Parker, of Boise, Idaho, and
Morris B. Parker.
Mrs. Parker received her guests in
her wedding gown worn 44 years ago,
and on the dinner table was a part of
the wedding bouquet which had been
preserved. Other decorations on the
beautifully appointed table were pink
carnations and ferns. I
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Miss Amy Schutz will be the next
hostess ior the Tuesday evening triage
club at the home of Miss Marian Camp
A prize will be given each month by
this club, and. last month the winners
were Miss Amy Schutz and W. R.
The Marrried WomenJs Wednesday
Bridge club has discontinued its meet
ings until after Christmas.
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein entertained on
Thursday at the last of a series of
charmingly arranged bridge parties.
Red carnations and ferns attractively
adorned the home, and dainty refresh- j
ments were served from the small ta
bles. The attractive prizes were won by
Mrs. William Glasgow and Mrs. E. E.
Nef. The consolation prize went to
Mrs. S. P. Weisiger.
The guests were: Mesdames William
Glasgow, E. E. Neff, C. J. Maple, W. G.
Dunn, W. D. Tooley, W. T. Hixson. W.
D. Wise, F. E. Hunter, C. M. New
mac, Henry Pfaff, Frank Ainsa. N. Sol
omon, Marguerite B. Stevenson, H- S.
Beach, J. Calisher, S. P. Weisiger, 31.
O. Wright, D. T. White,. J. C. Lack
land, Miss Agnes Eadle.
Do you realize what
correctly fitted glasses
mean to you? For the
present they relieve that
strain on the eyes; they
stop that headache
which you cannot ac
count for, and cure that
growing nervousness by
resting the muscles of
your overworked eyes.
For the future they in
sure good eyesight pre
vent ultimate eye failure
and keep your tempor
ary eye weakness from
El Paso Optical Cp,
Pioneer Plaza. Opp. Sheldon
SHOT AT YOrR LEIST-TIE, SELECT
SOMETHING WORTH WHILE
A Wide Variety of Suitable Gilts Cam Be
Found at Seott White & Co.
Again, this year, we propose to make
this store the easy solution to gift
buying. Our holiday display is now at
Its height and hundreds of gifts are
shown. It is here that you find some
thing different, and something of un
questioned quality. 'Another advantage
of buying here Is that you shop at your
leisure and are never omportuned to
buy. Briefly stated, some of the selec
tions are toilet articles, including finest
imoorted perfumeries and toilet waters,
Toilet sets and individual Npieces, of
fered in wide variety. This year we
are showing Fountain Pens that will
make highly appreciative gifts. We
have named only a few of the many
items Come and see $the rest- Scott
White & Co., 204 Mills strtet.
Xmas correct friendly greetings
a picture, our frame. McKee, 408 North
Xmas ?your picture our frame
strictly -new stock. McKee, 4QS North
G. W. GEIGER
EL PASO, TEXAS.
. Furniture Packed, Movear Stored,
Office Furniture bought and sold.
Shop and Office t
First and Ochoa Sts.
Ornce, Bell TeL 2400.
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liittle Anne iMagoff in very pleasantly
entertained a number of her small
friends on Wednesday afternoon at a
A "Donkey contest" was among xhe
enjoyable diversions of the afternoon,
and delicious refreshments were served.
Those in attendance were: Enid,
Marion, Patsie, Rosejle and Geraldlna
Ainsa, Katherine and Elizabeth Pfaff,
Joseph, Octavia, Harriet, Ned and "Billy
Glasgow, Nancy Williams, L.ydia SJid
Mary Happer, ILaura Latta, Margaret
Neff, liouise Xawton, Helen -Reading
and Billy Berrien.
Mis 3 Florence Reed entertained most
delightfully with a, shower on Thurs
day afternoon, complimentary to Miss
Lily Brown, a bride of the latter part
of the month.'
Much cleverness was displayed in the
telegrams of contratulation written to
the bride elect, in which only the -letters
forming the groom's name were used.
A basket covered with white and dec
orated with green leaves and a big red
satin bow, was presented to the bride
elect, and was found to contain all .sojrts
of beautiful miscellaneous gifts from
Christmas bells were.used in the dec
orations of the home, and delicious re
freshments were served.
Those in attendance were: Mesdames
J. L. Campbell, Charles Fraser, . J .
Fraser, E. M. Fraser, Morgan, Mylott,
R. R. Webster, J. P. McFadyean, H. J.
Darwood, Thomas Finney, Sidney Hock
ett, Wimm, J. F. Miller, H. M. Reed;
Miss Marian Campbell and Miss Bessie
. A Christmas play for the children is
to be given next Wednesday at 4 p. m.
at St. Clement's parish house, on Camp
bell and Montana streets, hv the .El
Paso School for Girls.
The play, '"Toinette and the Elves," by
Elsie Hobart, from a story by Susan
Coolidge in an early St. Nicholas. The
scene is the interior of a peasant home.
The cast follows:
Mother' Lucille Duffy
Toinette Rosalie Behr
.Marie . Elsie Reese
Jeannette - Elsie Goodman
Pierre ...;.. Mary Kranzthor
Mark '. Alice Brown
Hollyberry Clara Hawkins
Mistletoe Margreta Kerr
Dewdrop Lydia Happer
Icicle Laura Latta
The school will sing English and Ger
man Christmas carols between the acts,
and at the close of the play.
Mrs. J. L Campbell will entertain
with a shower on- Thursday afternoon,
complimentary to Miss Lily Brown.
Miss Rose Frankel entertained a few
friends at a delightful whist party in
honor of Miss Sadie Baron. The first
prize was "won by Bert, Herskovitz, the
second .going to Miss Annie Swatt. Re
freshments were served after the game.
Those present were: Misses Sadie
Baron, Annie Swatt, Bessie Baron, Es
telle Levy, Lillian Givens; Messrs. Ben
Swatt, Arthur and Irving Block, Bert
Herskovitz, Sam Swatt, Joe Blan
graund and Mr. and Mrs. L and L. Las
kin. The Elks will give a New Tear's eve
ball in their club rooms on Saturday
night, December 31, for members, their
families, sweethearts and friends. Re
freshments will be served and to make
things lively when the clock strikes out
the old year, there will be fireworks
and liorn's to help make a noise. The
committees in charge of the ball are:
Arrangement Committee H. Y. Ellis,
H. E. Christie, Jake Kaufman.
Reception Committee C. E. Kelly,
Edward Kneezell,.Chas. W. Marshall.
Floor Committee Clyde Holmes,
Maury Kemp, Francis B. Gallagher W.
C OUT OF TOWN VISITORS.
Mrs. H. M. Reed, of Guthrie, Okla.,
has arrived to spend the -winter visit
ing her son, W. R. Reed and family.
Robert F. Potter is here from Dallas
to spend . the 'holiday season as the
guest of' his aunt, Mrs. B. F. Darby
shire., ' n r
Mrs. B. M. Worsham has as her guest
Miss Olga Womack, of Taylor, Texas,
who will spend some time here.
En route to Tucson, Ariz., to spend
the winter, Frank J. Rigsby, of Stan
ford, Ky., has been the guest for a few
days of his aunt, Mrs. R. P. Johnston,
and cousin, Mrs. W. H. Pember, of
Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Gallagher have
as their guests their aunt Mrs. Hiram
McCollum, and her daughter .Miss
Kathleen McCollum, of Lockport, N. T.,
who will spend several months here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White had as their
guest for a few days their sister, Miss
Lizzie Lee White, of Denver, who was
en route to Guaymas, Mexico ,
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.; RETURNING EL PASOANS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Peabofly, who
have been visiting the principal cities
of the east the last few weeks, are ex
pected home Sunday.
W. A. White is in the city from
Grand Falls, Texas.
Mrs. EiK. Talbot has returned from ai
sojourn of several months in California.
Mrs. Peyton F. Edwards is at home
from a three months' stay at v Silver
City, N. M.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. LeNoir returned
home Sunday from a five weeks visit at
YOIF WONT HAVE TO WAIT.
We have an increased force of ex
perienced people to prevent you having
to wait during the holiday rush: The
EL PASOANS AWAY.
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Mrs. Richard Caples left Wednesday
for Detroit to spend Christmas with
her son, William Caples, who is attend
ing the Detroit university.
Mrs. S. C. McCurdy left for her for--mer
home in -Washington, D. C, to visit
relatives and friends. Later she will
go to New York and Philadelphia and
will be absent all winter.
Charles N. Bassett left Saturday for
a short sojourn in New York.
Edward D. Hodge left Thursday for
Virginia, where he will spend the holi
Xmas correct friendly greetings
a picture, our frame. McKee, 408 North
Why I can sell Jewelry for less than
Having small expense during the
year, I do not have to put large
profits on my goods during this time
of the year to make up for the loss
during the dull season.
I make a specialty of solid gold and
diamond jewelry and can save you
money on that class of goods.
Cor. Texas and Stanton.
P. S. If you don't huy of me, we
both lose money.
Our windows are well worth
seeing, though they are but ah
index to the gift things within
Make a Present
that is worth wliile and that
present will be an automo
bile to yourself or, to your
family, but be sure you are
right before you buy any
car. That is why we want to
show you the good points of
the Overland machine.
Ghrisjfy Automohilt Company, inc.
Accessories and Supplies
M. B. Christy, Mct. Both Phones.
ON your gift lists there are always people
to whom you have no idea yhat t give.
You cudgel your brains in vain and,
finally, just at the last moment, you rush out
and buy something, anything, the first thing
you gee. .
A FEW minutes-ih the "Feldman Gift Shop" Monday will do
away with all such unlovely giving. You will find here things of
beauty, quaint things, things that will please because of their very
beauty and rarity, novel things, interesting things, things of great
practical value. While it is impossible to print a complete, list of
all the gift things to be found here, we do mention a few of the lines.
Mirrorscopes, which are simply "magic lan
terns" in -which no special prepared plate is
required but any picture, post card, newspaper
clipping, etc., can be used.' I ybu are seeking
a gift that will give pleasure to the whole
family, select a mirrorscope. Different sizes
prices 3.00 to $20.00.
Framed pictures. A good picture artistically
framed is a gift acceptable to most everyone.
You will see here a wonderful nrray of framed
pictures water colors, oil paintings, the soft,
rich sepia prints ranging in price all the way
from $1.00 to $250.00.
Books. Do you know some one who loves
richly bound, beautiful books? We have a
goodly number of books from the famous
Mosher Press, Portland, Maine.
Terra cotta plaques, something unique, repre
sent famous English scenes, many of them
scenes described in Dickens' novels.
Cordova leather goods. In this exquisite hand
tooled leather, we arc showing many hand
some gifts. We mention only a few of them
easel fotograf frames, fotograf cases, fotograf
mats, desk sets, hand bags, table mats, pillows,
wallets, purses, .card cases, cigar and cigarette
cases, watch fobs, waste paper baskets.
Craftsman hand bags, unusual and artistic,
ooze .leather with ornaments of beaten brass.
Imported leather novelties, such as manicure
sets, travelers' cigar cases, folding slippers and
brush sets. A wealth of. suggestions here for
every member of the family.
Old Dutch glassware, faithful copies of the
wonderful antique Dutch glassware, also copies
of English antiques. f
Pottery, both "Van Briggle" and "Royal
Doulton." . ;
Traye, both tapestry and tile.
Hand colored mottoes; something to suit
Kodaks. For a boy or girl a kodak is the
ideal Christmas gift. You' will find here a
complete stock ' of Eastman Kodaks
i 'Brownies" at $1.00 to $12.00; Box Kodaks
$5.00 to $12.00 Folding Pocket Kodaks $10.00
.to $35.00. In addition, kodak albums of all
kinds, kodak developing tanks, film books, and
other accessories for the kodak enthusiast.
Safetv razors. We are agents- for- the
'Gillette," "Durham Duplex1' and "Auto Strop,"
any one of which will please a man.
308 San Antonio Street