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L PASO HERALD
Saturday, Dec. 17, 1910.
The regular monthly meeting: of the
art department of the "Woman's club
was held on Wednesday, Dec. 14, in
stead of the regular time on the third
of the month this change -was made
by request of the music department.
Tbs next meeting of the art depart
ment will be at the home of Mrs. A. P.
Averill, corner of "West Boulevard and
There was no department business,
and the prosram of the day followed,
being devoted to the life and works of
Corregio. A sketch of his life was giv
en by Mrs. W. Z.. Crockettt. Mrs. F. S.
Meyers gave a splendid paper on the
general characteristics of his paintings.
This was followed by a description of
his great painting, "St. Katherine," by
Mrs. J. la. Dwyer. Mrs. J. N. Sanburn
described the "Holy Night."
Mrs. Alice P. Thompson reviewed the
work done by the department from the
beginning of the year, telling 'it in a
most lucid and interesting way An ex
planation and description of the pic
tures and prints on the wall was given
by Mrs. C. H. Campbell.
The current events and literature de
partment of the "Woman's club will
meet "Wednesday, Dec. 21, at the home
of the president, Mrs. "W. R. Brown.
The program will be home life in
other lands, part 2.
Turkey and Austria, Mrs. J. E. Town
send. National music.
India, Arabia and Persia, Mrs. M.
Holland, Mrs. F. H. Seaman. - v
Current events in charge of"Mrs. Tj.
An event of special interest was the
Sunshine Christmas Festival given
Thursdav and Friday by the Sunshine
sorietv for the benefit of the Day I
This was the first large entertain-
ment given by this organization, and in
spite of disagreeable weather, proved a
success socially and financially.
J.11C ilJ.lcL.il JiL UUUC1 Circ & I
management of the president, Mrs. "Wil-
Ham H. F. Judd, and a corps of assist
ants. The decorations were most elab
orate and beautiful, much artistic in
genuity being displayed in Vne adorn
ment of the booths, each of wnich had
its own special scheme of decoration.
There was an unusual array at the var
ious booths, of pretty gifts, suitable for
Christmas presents, Including fancy ar-
l tides, pictures, candles and a beautiful
assortment of fancy aprons.
The handsome doll dressed in bridal
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i cosiume uy tiie juuhk umcn a vn. n i
synagogue was won by Gunther messing.
A distinctive feature of the entertain
ment was the fortune telling booth,
tickets, and Mrs. P. M. Millspaugh pre
sided as tne efficient "seer." revealing
to curious young men and women facts
regarding their future life partners.
In connection with the bazaar was a
gypsy encampment under the direction
of Mrs. F. S. Hollington, in which some
of El Paso's prettiest society girls took
part in the program given as follows:
Girls' Stroll in dialogue.
"Violin solo Miss Fan Foster Bow
man. Tambourine Dance Miss Regina
Hunters' Stroll in dialogue Girls ap
pear. Vocal solo Miss Gertrude Ellis.
Gypsy's "Warning Miss Sarolyn
solo Miss Florence Comfort.
German Girl Miss Freddie Lurkins.
Miss Highbrow Miss Ruth Critchett.
Athletic Miss Rosalie O. Behr.
Colonial Mary Nations.
Indian Miss Closson.
Quaker rMiss Elsie Lurkins.
Nurse -Miss Eleanor Wright.
Japanese -Miss Florence Comfort.
American Miss Frances Clark.
Domestic Science Miss Cobb.
Summer Girls Miss Ruth McCurdy
and Wanda Race.
Others in the encampment were:
Misses Essanger,, Fan Foster Bowman,
Gertrude Ellis, Walker McClellan. Re
gina Schuster, Kathrine "Warren. The
accompanists were Mrs. George Brun
ner, and- Miss -Kathrine Warren.
Tne Sunshine society has accom
plished much in the way of charitable
work during the past year, and much
credit is due the president, Mrs. "William
H. F. Judd, and the various committees
through whose e'ndeavors this organi
zation has reached its present state of
During the rush of Ghrisimas-giTt-buying,
don't overlook that most
important item of placing your or
der early for coai. xYou can't pos
sibly enjoy Christmss unless your
home is comfortably heated, and
you can't possibly buy .coal that
will make you more comfortable
We Also Sell Wood and Kindling
Our Modern Steel Safety Deposit
Are now open for renters and offer a secure and convenienfplacef Jor
3'our valuables. t
We also receive valuable packages for storage at moderate rates.
The American National Bank
Of SI Paso. ,.
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Capital and surplus . . . c $240,006.00
Now beiner increased to '.... . . 360,00.00
When it comes to a Question of sensible.
nractical Christmas sifts, nothing rivals
MGarincF annareL and this is particularly true
rf em- mats, waists, skirts millinery and furs.
In aaeh nf the lines mentioned we are showing great
nccnfi mtnt xfves that are exclusive materials the best.
workmanship that is perfect, and prices that are moderate.
Fancy Holly Boxes Free
With Every $1.00 Purchase
A Handsome Premium ((Free"
With Every Purchase of $5 or More
You Save Money If You
T Buy Your Christmas Dolls Here
Don't Fail to Visit
Toy land in Our New
Bolls, Toys, Go-Carts, Wagons,
Autos, Games, Pianos, Writing
Desks, Teddy Bears, Balls, Dressed
Undressed and Character Dolls,
Dolls,' etc., at lower prices. ''You
save money if you buy your Xmas
Christmas, Bags 'and
At fully 1-3 less than regular
prices Alligator, Walrus, Seal,
Russia and other reliable makes,
handsomely mounted; also pretty
Mesh Purses in silver and "gilt.
women's fine lisle hose, black and
fancy colors, full regular made;
worth 50c pair: ' QC
special Xmas price ,. wOC
3 pr. put up in faney box for $1.00
'Women's fmegauze lisle lace hose,
fine imported goods, worth 75e a
pair; special Xmas KOkt
price .. , OUC
Women's Silk Hose
Black and full range of light and
Jdark colore; worth $1.50; QO
special Xjnas price 27 O w
Ta-ble Cloths, Xapkins, Doylies,
Scarfs. Lunch Cloths, Fancy Linen
Towel, pretty drawnwork pieces
suitable for Xmas gifts, at special
For men, women and children, fine
lawn and all linen, plain, hem
stitch, lace and embroidery edges.
iAlso in fancy colored borders suit
able for fancy work, at special
In Our Men's Section
You will find displayed and for
sale at special Xmas prices, great
assortments of pretty Xeckwear,
Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, Fancy
Sox, Shirts, Suspenders, Jewelry
and ever' other thing that helps
to make up the gentleman ward
robe, all priced '"lower."
Thoughtful Xmas gifts. Fancy
Jabots, Stocks, Lace Collars, etc.,
in many new and pretty effects,
at 25c and d -I Eft
up to P i oOfU
Gift Suggestions From Our Ready-to-Wear Section
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$27.50 Tailored Suits for
A splendid collection of high grade
Tailored Suits. Materials of the very
finest chiffon broadcloth and fancy
worsted suitings. Newest ideas both
in designs and finish. Coats in the
prevailing lengths, lined throughout
with guaranteed satin. The skirts
are in the . most approved effects.
Come in black and all the most popu
lar colors. All sizes; regular value
$27.50; special $17 Q
Xmas price P
$38 Tailored Suits, special at $24.75
- $65 Tailored Suits, special at $38.50
$18.00 Women's Wool
Dresses for $12.95
Women's Wool Dresses
Black and all the wanted shades,
made with 'the new kimono sleeve,
.trimmed -with lace, braid and Persian
"bands. Skirts have the new ripple
effect"; worth $18.00, d- O Q?
special Xmas price .. vlaiww
Other stvles worth $25.00, special
at ". -1 $17.95
Values to $40.00, special at -..$29.75
Kabo and Nemo Corsets:
In all the new models, a form for
every figure, a price for every purse.
All sizes in stock at $1 dA A A
and up to t.UU
$29.00 Women's Voile
Dresses for $19.75
Women's Voile Dresses in shades of
gray, brown, tan, navy, lavender, and
many others, trimmed with lace and
braid, lined with an excellent quality
of taffeta silk; regular selling price
$29.00; special $ 1 Q 7EJ
Xmas price J)l7f &
Many other stvles worth $37.00,
for " $27.50
Handsome voile dresses worth $52.00,
Two Waist Specials
Women's Xew Persian Waists, all the
new colorings, with chiffon over,
worth $7.50; special OlA j2E
Xmas price 4TT0J
Children's Outing Flannel Kimonos,
in many pretty designs; trimmed
with pictorial 'bands in contrasting
colors, worth $1.50; Q&tf
special Xmas price 270 w
$18.00 Caracul Coats for
Made of soft, beautiful quality cara
cul, closely resembling real ponyskin,
satin lined; special Xmas price
Caracul and Cloth Coats in a great
assortment, all sizes; worth $25.00;
special Xmas (f1 7 QK
At Practically a Third Reduction Sets of the very finest skins, carefully
selected, 'beautiful!' blended; all the newest styles in Scarfs and Muffs
$5.00 Fur Sets, Xmas price $2.95
10.00 Fur Sets, Xmas price 6.45
15"O0 Fur Sets, Xmas price 8.75
'TiU 6.00 Muffs, Xmas price. 3.45
11.75 Muffs, Xmas price 7.95
15.00 Muffs, Xmas price. . .". 10.95
3.50 XeckDieces. Xmas price 1.95
6 50 Neckpieces", Xmas price. . .
10.00 Xeckpieces, Xmas price. . .
Better grades in proportion.
In, a great big assortment of be&utifal
designs, high quality silk, mkde with
the latest style sfeeves. $8.00 values,
$14 values, special Xmas price.. $9.50
Solid colors and Persian designs, m&de.
long aJid full, with deep fkwiice suad
dust ruffle. Values to $5.00; 'afedal
Xmas JO ft EC
Values to $7.50, special Xjb&s
price ..- .$4.85
Black, Voile Skirts
Trimmed with braid, and buttons,
pleated bands; have the new ripple
effect; new models, well tailored;
worth $8.00; special dJ? AC
Xmas price , H0UJ
Altman Voile Skirts worth $12.00,
Long and short;, white and colors;.
S3.00 values, special Xmas price $1.95
$4.50 values, special Xmas price $2.95
SG.50 values, special Xmas price $4.95
Misses' Coyette Sweaters, white and
colors, with colored band trimming
$2.00 values, special Xmas price $1.49
$4.00 values, special Xmas price $2J55
CHILDREN'S BEAVER HATS
Trimmed with Persian Bibbon, gold cord
and flowers; worth to $S.0O;. special Xas
price - $4.75
CHRISTMAS HAT PINS
With genuine rhihestones and briUi&ats;
Worth $L0O for 4C
Worth $2.00 for $1-49
Worth $3.00 for ..$1.95
Is a -welcome suggestion. There is nothing that will glad
den the heart more than a beautiful Hat. Monday morning
we will place on sale Trimmed Hats, late models, with long
willow plumes in black and colors, worth $15.00. Special
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Xmas price - Z nn
Trimmed Hats with long willow plumes, worth $3o.00;
special Xmas price - -. foHf
Trimmed Hats worth $39.00; special Xmas price ....$24.75
A Most Appropriate Xmas Present
Rich glossy Willow Plumes in black, white and colors
Tr.n..i C7 nn cnopinl "mn? nripe S4.95
j Worth $9.50. special Xmas price $5.95
j Worth $10.00, special Xmas price $1 1.95
$15.00 Willow Plumes in all flie new colorings and shaded
i effects, special Xma,3 price $10.50
Women's Kid Gloves. 2 button,
made from selected skins. Black,
tan, gray, brown, red and green.
Regular price $1.25; Qft
special Xmas price vOC
Children's Kid Gloves,
above, worth $1.25;
Women's 16-button, all pure silk
Gloves black, white and full
range of colors; worth to $1.50 a
pair; extra special fCkg
Xmas price U7w
Remnants and short lengths by
the hundred all widths aiad colors.
Maary different kinds, including
fancies, at special Xmas prices.
Extra Xmas Special
36-inch guaranteed to wear, black taffeta
silk, worth $1.39: special Xmas price.
Extra Xmas Special
52-inch all pure wool English broadcloth, black,
white and colors; worth everywhere $1.25; QQ
Special Xmas price aO C
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50-inch all pure wool English serge and panaraa.
Black, navy and cream, for coat suits and QO
pkirts; woith $1.39; special Xmas price tOC
of all sifts are the I
things a woman wears.
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Extra Xmas Special
paon velvet, black and full line of 4 Qft I
s, worth to $1.50; special Xmas price... vOC l
Extra Xmas Special
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The W. C. T. TJ. is arranging- for an
entertainment, to be given Friday, Dec.
30, at the Y. W. C. A. rooms, in honor
of' the new members, both working and
ilr. Bensit, a temperanc lecturer, is
expected to be present and will give an
address. Other interesting social fea
tures are also being arranged.
There will be a meeting of the board
of directors and members of the Wo
man's club at the home of Mrs. W. R.
Brown on West Rio Grande street on
Wednesday afternoon next. at 3 oclock
for the-purpose of signing up the
papers of incorporation. For this rea
son, the president announces that It is
imperative t'iiat all directors at least,
be present. .$
i CHURCH AFFAIRS.
The women of the first Methodist
church were very pleasantly entertain
ed Friday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. H. Rullman, on Wyoming street.
The affair was in the nature of a
Christmas festival, for which a- most
enjoyable program had been prepared.
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Easter enter
tamed Thursday evening at the first of
a series of informal receptions. The
next will be given some timo during
Xmas your picture, our frame
Htriclly new stock. McKee, 408 North
First and Second Churches
Merge Under Name of
The Second and First Churches of
Christ, Scientist, have united under the
new name of the First Church of
Christ, Scientist, and the union congre
gation will hold its first service Ss-
UU.J JI1UX111U& 1 LUC nc M miiyic jl
Montana street. The union of the two
Christian Science churches was decided
upon at a meeting of the Second church
Wednesday evening and the letters of
all the members in t;his church were
unanimously accepted by the First
church, and the two congregations
united. The present board of control t
Of the r irst cnurcnt win continue- iu
charge of the affairs of the united
church until the next election of offi
cer. The union of the two churches was
a purelylocal affair, and had no con
nection with the death of the head of
the mother church or the reorganization
of the church because of her death.
PREPARING TO "POUR" THE
MILLS BUILDING PORTICO.
The porticos for the Anson Mills
building are being constructed in box
ing and will be poured next week. The
columns have been set and the staff
capitols placed on them. The roof "of
the porticos are now being uilt and
will be poured in concrete as the last
of the concrete work of the big 12 story
Fancy boxed candy at McCullough's.
BASEBALL IX WINTER; MAX
ACCIDENTALLY KILLS HORSE.
May-hill, N. M., Dec. 17. The Mayhill
schoolboy baseball club played the
Cloudcroft school club at Cloudcroft
and were beaten. Score, 15 to 24. The
game was played December 10.
Roy Worley snapped what he thought
to ba an unloaded gun at his best horse
and killed him.
Luke Dockary and William Potter
have returned from the Fecos valley,
where they had beep, with two loads
of cabbage and apples. They report
Miss Ora Browning, who has been
attending school at Roswell this win
ter, is expected home for the holidays
A government surveying corps is em
camped at Mayhill for 50 days.
Fred Brantley left Wednesday for the
Pecos valley with a load of1-Christmas