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EL PASO HERALD
13 Saturday, September 2, 1911
Spare the Rod!
See Lerner Shoe Co. Ad on opposite page.
It May Be That
the Child's Eyesight Is
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We Have Striven
with main and might to give you the "BEST SCHOOL
SHOES" made. Sometimes you are deluded by
alluring advertisements into buying shoes that are not
worth carrying home. What is the result? The child
has been either misfitted as is usually the4 case with
cheap shoes, or it has Mcked them out in a week and
you are thewiser but not richer for the experience.
Why take such chances when you can come to the
Guarantee, who don't only " claim" but KN"OW how to
fit the growing feet of the children and who certainly
give you the best school shoes sold anywhere for the
money. Children's, Misses' and Young Ladies' School
$1.00 $2.50, According to Size
Boys9 "Rob Roy" Shoes, $2.00 and $2.50
According to Size
Genuine Boy Scout Shoes, Elk Hide Uppers
and Sole, Tan and Black, $2.00 and $2.50.
Notice: Our store will be closed the afternoon of Mon
day, Sept. 4th, in honor of Labor Day.
GREATER EL PASO'S
'GREATEST SHOE STORE,
Separate Department for the Little Folks.
to do it.
"No Trouble to Call"
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The regular meeting of the Woman's
Charity association will be held "Wed
nesday afternoon at 4 oclock in the
new rooms of the X. W. C. A., in the
Calisher building- The board of direc
tors will meet at the same place at 3
The Parliamentary Drill class of the
Woman's club met as usualv "Wednes
day morning at the home of Mrs. 5. J.
Fennell, the attendance being umiEU
ally large. The debate on the. "Annex
ation of the western portion of the
state of Texas to New Mexico, with El
Paso as the capital," was postponed
until next Wednesday. The leaders
are Mrs. "VY". R. Brown, affirmative, and
Mrs. George F. Tilton, negative.
The Beta Beta club met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Miss Hattie
DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS.
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Mrs. Joseph Waddell entertained at
dinner Wednesday evening in celebra
tion of the first birthday anniversary
of her daughter, Margaret Mary. The
table was attractively adorned with
pink roses and carnations, and the
house was decorated throughout with
palms and cut flowers.
A beautiful collection of presents
was received by the young honor
On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. H.
J; Iarwood entertained at dinner Mr.
and Mrs. P. C. Livingston, of Alpine,
Texas, and MYs. G. W. Lee, of Marlin,
Studio Opens, Monday.
The Coffin Vocal Studio opens Mon
day. If interested, call at 1215 Boule
vard or telephone 3532.
IT mil not be difficult for you to select a
Wedding Present from our beautiful stock
Of Go r ham Sterling
a Silver and Hcmkes
t Cut Glass l
In both instances, these two names stand
for the finest to be had in their respective
They are not just as good, but far superior,
and are in a class by themselves. i
We Are Agents For Both
Gorham Silver display in Window IsTo. 3?
-Hawkes Cut Class in Windows !Nos. 4 and 8.
HERiUCD BUILDING On Little Plaza at San Francisco St.
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OUT OF TOWN VISITORS.
Mrs. J. F. Fletcher and three
daughters, who have been the guests
of Mrs. C. L. Caspary for two months,
left Wednesday for their home in Ty
"W. M. Roberts, of Dallas, Texas, is
spending the week in the city, the
guest of his brother, J. M. Roberts, of
1327 Myrtle avenue.
Miss Josephine Caruthers, who has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. H.
Eughey, left Thursday evening for her
home in Weatherford. Texas,, She was
accompanied by Mrs. Hughey; who will
visit there for some time
Mrs. J. "W. Glover has as her guest
her granddaughter, Miss Lillian Lock
wood, of Chicago, who will spend the
Miss Mary Meeker, who has been the
guest of Mrs. E. W. King, left the first
of the week for her home in Delevan,
After a two weeks' visit as the guest
of, Mrs. J. C. Ronan, Mrs. Mary E.
Forbes left Thursday for her home is
Miss Christine Woldert, who former
ly lived in El Paso, will soon arrive
from Tyler, Texas, -to visit Mrs. George
After a visit of some weeks with her
sister, Mrs. D. M Smith, Miss Carrie
Moseley left today for her home in
Jefferson, Texas. "
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. 'Anderson have
had as their guest Prof. G. D. Cravens,
Of Murphysboro, Tenn.
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Paget have as
their guest Mrs. Padget's father, judge
Henderson, of Hot Springs, Ark.
E,, E. Winter is spending a few days
in the city from Langtry, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. W S. Hamilt&n, who
have been visitingf their mother, Mrs.
H E. Brown, hav returned to their
home in Denver. -
Miss Cecil Meyers, who has been vis-,
iting in the city, left Thursday morn
ing for Belen, Texas, for a"stay at the
Orndorff ranch before returning to 'her
home at Uvalde, Texas.
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After a month's visit with their
grandmother, Mrs. E. Mv Fraser, Misses
"Wanda and Esther Gibson will return
to their (home in Fort Worth Sunday.
Mortimer Kaufman, of Copperville,
Tenn., arrived last evening for a short
visit in the city and will be the guest
of Mrs. Henry Essinger.
"Dr. L. T. Bloom, of Weatherf ord, Tex
as, has returned to his home after a
visit In the city as the guest Of Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Hughey. He also spent
a short time in Cloudcroft.
Miss Mabelle Hood, of Chihuahua, Is
the guest of Miss Rachel Harper at
her home on Rio Grande street. Upbn
her return to Chihuahua she will be
accompanied "by Miss "Harper, who will
visit there for some time. s
En rojute from California to her home
in San Antonio, Miss Starrow Smith
will be the guest for a short time of
her sister, Mrs. Claiborne Adams.
Misses Katherine and Helen Devine,
of San Antonio, who have been visiting
In Cloudcroft, will return to El Paso
Tuesday and will be the guests of
their cousin, Mrs. Claiborne Adams, for
a short time before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Davis are new ar
rivals in the city from Yoakum, Texas,
and will make their future home here,
at 916 Olive street.
Mrs. J. F. Harris, of Dallas, Is the
guest of Mrs. H. A. Magruder.-
Miss Awtrey Krausse, who has spent
the summer In the city visiting Miss
Edith Perrenot, will leave Tuesday
for her home in Dallas.
Miss Carrrle Moseley returned to her
home in Jefferson City, Texas, Friday,
after spending two weeks with her sis
ter, Mrs. D. M. Smith, 1009 North Flor-
R. H. Oliver, wife and little son, of
Hot Springs, Ark., have taken a ho'use
at 1411 Boulevard, and expect to locate
W. T. Deffonette, a prominent busi
ness man of Waco, Texas, accompanied
by his wife and daughter, will arrive
in EI Paso Saturday,' to visit Mrs. Def
fonette's sister, Mrs. Jennie Swain, at
1012 Noble street.
Miss Dora Graham, of Del Rio, will
spend the week end as the guest of
Mrs. J. L. Dwyer. Miss Graham is on
her way to Phoenix, where she has a
position in the schools there.
Mrs. A. A. Williams, of Toyah, Tex.,
Is in the city on a visit to Mrs. L. L.
Boutwell, Xavier house, 114 South
Ochoa street, for a few weeks.
Misses Celia Passes and A. Spalding,
of Houston, Texas, returned home
Thursday after spending the summer
in El Paso and Cloudcroft
Arthur C. Hale, who underwent on
operation for appendicitis a week ago,
is recovered sufficiently to be removed
to his room at the Linden.
Mr. and Mrs. K. Ci Floyd and little
daughter and sister, Miss Annie Mae
Brown, of Richardson, Tex., are here
visiting their uncle, Russell Howey;
also Mrs. Floyd's sister. Mrs. Harbon.
"William Hageman, an expert mining
engineer, well known in mining "circles
in Mexico. Is in the city, having spent
the past year In Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bonem, of San
Marcial, N. M., are visiting Mrs. J.
Georee S. Johnson, of Jalisco, is In
the city visiting his family, on East
Miss" Lois Smith, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Bruce Smith, formerly of
El Paso, but now 6t Parkersburg, W.
Va., may re-enter the El Paso high
school this fall and graduate with the
class of 1912.
Mrs. Lessle Head and baby, Janice,
will leave the first of the week for
their home In Mobile, Ala. Mr. Head
was transferred from Birmingham, to
Mobile last week. Mrs. Head has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. "W. L. Grouch,
and sister, Eva Grouch, of 501 Rio
Grande, the past five weeks. "While in
the city many pleasant social affairs
have been given in her honor.
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A COUNTRY CLUB CONCERT.
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The following program will be ren
dered at the Country club on Sunday,
from 6 to 9 p. m.:
March Red Domino .Henry
Overture Rosamunde ....... .Schubert
A Dream of Spring Flath
Selection Girofle-Girof la Strauss
Dame of the Bayaderes Rubenstein
March The Wizard of Oz Baum
Selection Lohengrin "Wagner
"Walt2: Espana Waldteufel
Loreley Paraphrase . . . .Nesvadba
Selection La FavorIta Donizetti
Romance Did'st Thou but Know
v .'.Balf e
Medley The Rambler Moses
Selection Clover Suppe
March The Club Fellow Johns
Quick delivery on 25c ice cream. The
Mrs. Grebe, of the Grebe Cleaning
Works, has just returned from a six
weeks' trip to New York and other
eastern cities, where she went to make
a study of French dry cleaning and
other methods used in cleaning of la
dies' fine garments.
"We pay particular attention to cut
ting children's hair. Elite Parlors.
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A ADDITIONAL SOCIETY
A NEWS ON NEXT PAGE.
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THE CORSET STORE OF EL PASO
IK" connection with our dis
plays of fall styles, we re
mind you that the fall models
in corsets have been received.
jl is an understood fact that a suit or
dress of one season cannot look well if worn
over a corset of a previous season. Among
the new corset models you will still find
many high bust models but the favorite
models have the graceful low bust and are
very long over the hips. We can fit you
with a correct fall model in any of the
following well knfcwn corsets.
"Lily of France"
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a el pasoans away.
Mrs. Alice P. Thompson is spending
a week in Clouddcrpft visiting friends.
Mrs. May Devine left Thursday for
Topeka, Kansas, for a month's stay.
Miss Helen Cooper, who spent the
summer, in Portland, Oregon, will re
turn to Los Angeles about Sept. L
where she will probably spend the
Dr, and Mrs. Irving McNiell, of 1617
Rio Grande street, leave the first of
the week for a three months visit in
the east. They will go by the water
route to New York. Mrs. McNiell will
visit her mother in "Washington, D. C,
Miss (Marie Levinson and Miss Hazel
Berry will leave next "week for Ha
vana, Cuba, where they will remain all
winter as the guests of Mrs. B. F. El
Mrs. Morris "W. Collie will leave "Wednesday-
for east Texas to visit her par
ents at Arlington, Texas, and to spend
some time in Fort Worth.
Mrs. and Mrs. Harris Walthall left
"Wednesday evening for a short visit in
Dr. Ida Bishop will leave this even
ing for California, going first to San
Diego -and then to Los Angeles and
the coast resorts. Returning, she will
visit her sister, Mrs. Joseph Hunter, at
WInslow, Arizona, and her nephew,
"William Shope, at the Grand Canyon.
John L, Dyer will pass through El
Paso Saturday evening on his way to
Chicago to meet Mrs. Dyer, who will
be operated on at a Chicago hospital
next -week. Mrs. Dyer has been seri
ously ill at her home in Galleton,
Tenn., where she has been spending the
Mr and Mrs. Frank Ainsa will leave
Sept. 19 for Chicago and Fort Sheri
dan, where they will visit Mrs. Ainsars
brother, Capt. McNamee. From there
they go to New York to visit another
brother of Mrs. Ainsa, commander Luke
McNamee, of. the navy, at Pelham Man
or Place, N Y.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bowie are spend
ing the week-end at Mountain Park.
Misses Katherine and Florence Cox
left today at noon for Kansas City for
a short visit, and from there they go
to Maryville, Mo., where Miss Kath
erine Cox will attend school during
the winter. Miss Florence Cox1 will
return home In about two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Johnson, 1223
East Overland, have left for Long
Beach, Los Angeles and Santa Monica,
to be gone a month.
Geo. H. Hill, 302 South Hill, leaves
Sunday to spend a monthh on his va
cation at Elephant Butte dam.
Mrs. E. G. Mustain and daughter,
Grace, leave today for Houston, Texas.
After a few days' visit there, they will
go to Sherman, where Miss Mustain
will enter Carr-Burdett college to re
sume her school work.
Rev. Mr. Gibbs, of the First M. E.
hcurch, will leave soon for Los An
geles, where he will spend a short va
cation, and on returning will be ac
companied by his wife and daughter.
Claudius Smith left Saturday for Las
Cruces, where he will attend the A. &
Mrs. G. TV. Phillips has gone to
Cloudcroft to spend a few days visit
ing Mrs. Harry Swain.
Mrs. A. J. McElwain, wife of the
pastor of the East El Paso Baptist
church, left for Cloudcroft Wednesday
for the rest of the summer.
W. T. Branch, of the Southwestern
system, is on a 30 days' business trip
at Belen, N. M.
Miss Lillie Reed left Thursday for
Douglas, Ariz, where she will teach
Miss Elizabeth Marks leaves today
for Denton, where she will continue
her studies in the College' of Industrial
Mrs. H. Graham and son, Lawrence,
have gone to Kansas City to visit the
Miss Rose Stolaroff leaves soon for
San Marcos, where she will enter the
Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Brown and daugh
ter, Caroline, who have been spending
a part of August at Catalina, are now
at Phoenix, en route home.
Miss Muriel Emerson is spending her
vacation in Mountain Park and High
rolls, N. M.
Mrs. Harris Walthall and daughter.
Miss Edith Ann, are In Kansas City
for a short stay with relatives.
Leo Gallagher, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Francis Gallagher, left Friday for
Rochester, N. Y., to enter the semi
nary, where he will prepare for the
priesthood. Mr. Gallagher has been
spending the summer with his par
J. H. Smith is spending a few days
In the valley and beyond, looking over
tracts of land. .
Mrs. B. B. Bailey, former principal
of the Mesa school for many years, is
now with her niece in the Thousand
W. H. Long left Friday for a two
weeks' business thip to Fort Worth.
W. H. Burges Is expected home from
the east September 5. While away he
attended the American Bar association
H. W. Broaddus went to Cloudcroft
Saturday to accompany v his family
home, after sneradinix thn summer at
It is a well known fact that school chil
dren are often punished for seeming in
difference to their studies. The child
may be naturally bright but if there is
eye trouble it will be only a short time
until he falls behind in his classes. The
child does mot know if he has eye trou
ble, neither does the school teacher,
neither do his parents. There is one
way to find out ASK SEG-ATL.
t , Nest week we will devote special atteatioa to
examining- the eyes of El Paso ac&ool cMIdrea.
In this same connection we remind you, that
since 1901 Sejrall has satisfactorily fitted the ma
jority of El Paso school children wno found they
230 Mesa Avenue
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512 Corto Street.
Telephone 25 1 9.
The Talk the Town
Everything in season. Always some
thing different. Absolutely Ameri
can. Prices Teasonftble. Private
The Angelus Cafe
Home of Good Things to Eat.
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A hish. five party was given by 3frs.
M. P. Ialoney on Tuesday afternoon,
in honor of irs. Mary Forbes, of Chi
cago, who has been the guest of Mrs.
J. C. Ronan for tbe past iortmgnx. xne ,
house was decorated, witn ierns ana
pink, and white carnations, which col
ors were also used in the Ice cream
There were seven tables at cards
and those not playing enjoyed music
in the parlor. iFruit punch was served
during the afternoon. The guest prize
was a belt pin with a sapphire settings
The first prize was a cut glass olive
dish, won by Mrs. D. Grady. The sec- 1
ond prize was a china cake plate with
gold decorations. The consolation prize
was a flower vase with double stand.
The base was relieved, by a swan in
repase. This was won by Mrs. R. J.
As a token of remembrance of El
Paso, each guest presented Mrs.
Forbes with a .souvenir card of El
Paso insnbed with a sentiment appro
priate to the occasion.
Mrs. Maloney was assisted in re
ceiving by 3rrs. WL A. Bond and by her
daughters, the Misses Luclle and Edith
The following were present: Mes
dames M. T. Forbes, J. C. Ronan, J.
Meuttman, C. Hoy, D. Grady, M. Carr,
R. J. Carson, J. Fitzgerald, W. J4 War
nock, Li. Shellly, C. W. FasSett, H.
Luethy, W. A. Bond, Ml Cagney, M.
Morgan, Joe Morgan, G. Momsen, D.
Lane, M. Connerton, M. McGlennon.
O. McSweeney, H. Crowley, J. Caldwell,
T. Fletcher, Z. A. O'Brien, M. Spell
nan, "W. Gorman, J. Kersey, C
O. Horner, P. J. Barry. P.
OlMeara, Jas. Brennan, G. Savage, H.
Phelan, J. J. O'Neil, "W. McCarthy, "W.
Hejnpel, J. J. Cotter, H. Ryan, W.
Truesdell, D. Andrews, Ed Dunne, C. 1
Mills, M. Quesnell, "W. Baehr, F. Gar-
vey, T. German, Hi Dow; Misses Julia
McCarthy, Amy Byrne, Julia Gallagher,
Mary Dawlor, Beasy "Walsh, Allle Gal- I
Dr. Ida Bishop very pleasantly enter- I
tained the members of the Silent I
Twelve club at her apartments in The ,
Herald building on Thursday evening.
In the games played, Mrs. S. S. Bar
bee won the first prize, and the first
prize for men was secured by "V&rdy
Puckett The consolation prizes went
to Mrs. J. D. Berry and S. S. Nichols,
and a handsome guest prize was also
presented to Miss "Wanda Gibson, of
Fort Worth. The -apartments were
tastefully decorated with cut flowers.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
Vardy Puckett, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ber
ry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fraser, 3Ir.
and Mrs. S. S. Nichols, Mr. "and Mrs.
Frank Whltsell,, Dr. and Mrs. H. A.
McGruder, Mesdames James Ridge, J.
F.Harris , of Dallas: S. S. Barbee, E. M.
Fraser, G. C. Anthony; Misses Wanda
and Esther Gibson, Byra Abbott, Mar
gurite Hall; Messrs. J. A. Badger,
The home of Mrs. J. L. Brown was
the scene of a very pretty party on
Thursday afternoon. After several
games of rook, refreshments were
ThoSo nrp.wnt TPr- "Mcedomocj T A I
Jones, C. M. Goodwin, C. T. Gray, J. A." 1
white, M. L. Long, Frank Manreaux,
Paul Evans and Misses Ray Evans
and Jessie Avery.
Miss Louise Sanbum entertained a
few friends Monday night at 42.
Miss Eleanor Wright entertained at
a "bunco" party this afternoon at her
home on California street.
Desirable is a word we use ad- t
visediy in connection, with oar
hats. We intend bj it not
alone EXtprevfmcj- ia. style but
We have started Has season
with, most imagagUy- low
priced specials oa tie very hats
most in demand &ad soegit for,
and tl&e demand and sale for
the same exceeded ok- most
We will costiEoe these specials
from week to ifeek aad will
make them sore proBOvaced if
Children's latest Toll brim,
mushroom sailors in red only;
$1.50 value for 75c
Children's Latest Satin Fin
in all colors; A A
$2.00 value for . .. V 1 UU
Children's Latest Satis. Fin
ished Felc "Ding - a -Ling"
shapes in all colors. $1.50 t1
ues for 75c.
jH Over 500 styles to choose from, m
S $3.00 values for $1.50; $5.00 to B
H $7.00 values for $2.50, and up H
S to $15.00. H
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l Tailored I
I Hats I
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E our advance display. J