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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, September 2, 1911
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The marriage of Miss Pauline C.
Bprinz t Morgan L. Grossman -srill
take place in New York City Sept. 18.
Owing to the recent death of Mr.
Grossman's father the wedding will be
& strictly family attain
. Directly after the ceremony the
youns couple will leave for El Paso
to Tislt the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Sprinz. After a short stay J
they will return to isew lortc, wnere
Mr, Grossman Is engaged in business,
and sake it their future home.
Miss Sprinz Is an accomplished sing
er and for the past two years has been
a teacher of singing In the public
In honor of their approaching "mar
riage, the f riencs of Miss Lorena Holt
and "William H. Blair will be enter
tained at a musical on September 7 by
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Anderson, at their
home on North Kansas street.
Thursday evening at 7:39 oclock, at
the parsonage of the First M. E.
church, Adam Endris and Miss Emily
Carrow were united in marriage by
Bev. Bernard Gibbs. The young people
are both El Pasoans and will reside in
tula city at 484, Atlanta avenue.
Miss X-ola I. Williams, of Mississippi,
and Urias L. Farmer, of this city, were
quietly married. Tuesday afternoon at -4
oclock at the parsonage of the First
M. E. church, Rev. Bernard Gibbs per
forming the ceremony.
The newly wedded couple left yester
day for Safford, Ariz., where they will
On Tuesday afternoon at 1 oclock,
James E. "Williams, of Globe, Ariz., and
Miss Mabel L. Heed, of Ohio, were
laarried in the presence of a few
friends by the Rev. Geraard Gibbs. The
ceremony took place at the parsonage
t the First M. E. church. Mr. and
Mrs. Williams are spending a few days
In the city, guests of the Fisher rhotel,
but will soon leave for their home in
An attractive horae wedding was
that of Miss Alice Dolan and S. L.
Thompson, on Thursday at 11 oclock,
at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs.
A. A." Funk, on Magoffin avenue. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
Arthur Marston in the presence of a
The bride is the daughter of Capt.
Dolan, of Clint, Texas, and the groom
EL PASOAXS RETURNING.
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and Mrs. O. Berkey, of Alameda ave
nue, have been spending a very pleas
an ttime at Cloudcroft. They are back
Georjre Easter is in town from
Cloudcroft. and will leave soon for j
Boston to enter the school of tech
nology. Mrs. J. RBenton and little daugh
ter returned from Mountain Park and
Ernest Newell, 310 South Virginia,
who has been on a visit to his grand
father and mother, has returned home.
"Miss Edna Van Patton, niece of Eu
gene Van Patton, has just retuned
from Las Cruces, N. M., where sh has
been spending a few -weeks at Grip
ping Springs and Mesilla Park.
Nick H. Carson, 1012 San Antonio
street, has just returned from Lake
Charles and Calcasieu river, La-where
he has been for a few weeks on his
Miss Llllie May and Mamie Clark,
1120 East Overland, have just returned
from a month's visit to Fort Worth,
Dallas, Denton and Big Springs.
Miss Alice Bishop will arrive home
Sunday from a summer spent in Kan
sas City and Falrbury, Neb , where she
visited her brother and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred S. Bishop.
Miss Isabel Gibson returned Thurs
day from a pleasant-summer spent on
her brother's ranch at Berino and la
now located at 712 North Stanton.
Miss Louise A. Wiegand arrived
Tuesday from her vacation in Cali
fornia. Mrs. M. B. Hawkins and children,
who have been at Cloudcroft for the
month of August, came home Thurs
day. Robert and Russell Price, sons of
Mrs. Mary Price, ae home, after three
weeks spent in, Ohio and West Vir
ginia where they visited their uncle.
Rev. Robert Bruce Smith, and family.
Mrs. J. T. Kilburn and daughter,
Katherine, returned Saturday' from
Silver pity, N. M.
Mrs. Fred Kachler Is home from Sil-
is a real estate man of Alpine, Texas ' Ter city, N.'M, ,where she spent two
where they will live. Following the
cereraoay a luncheon was served to the
bridal party, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson left on a short wedding trip
The approaching marriage of Miss
Lorea Evalyn Holt to William Robert
Blair is announced to take place on
Thursday, Sept. 21, at 4 oclock. in the
parlors of the First Presbyterian
church. The bride is an attractive
young woman who lias lived in El Paso
the last four years and has made here a
wide circle of friends. The groom is
connected with the store department
of the El Paso & Southwestern. They
will leave immediately, after the cere
mony for St. Louis, where, they will
visit Mr. Blair's parents, and some time
will also be spent in Kansas City and
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pope Coleman
have Issued invitations to the marriage
of their daughter Ruth to David Spur
geon Gay, which will occur at the
home of the bride's parents. Como,
Miss, on Wednesday, September 13.
Miss Coleman is well known in El
Paso, having spent several seasons
The announcement of the marria&e
of Mise Esther Concha and Leonardo
Barrios as been made. The wedding
will be held September 20. The bride
elect is the daughter of professor Con
cha, the bandmaster. Mr. Barrios is
empleyed as a cigar, maker in the
Kohlberg factory- V
Miss Eugenia Seddon entertained
Wednesday evening at her home in
lMor of Miss Cecil Meyers, of Uvaiae,
and Miss Rosemary Pelham, wio has
3t returned from Kentucky.
Music and dancing formed the en
joyable diversions of the evening, and
refreshments were served on the lawn,
witlch was effectively lighted with
numbers of Japanese lanterns.
The yoang hostess was assisted in en
tertaining by Mrs. Bert Orndorff and
Mrs. Seth Orndorff.
Those in attendance were: Misses
Rosemary Pelham, Cecil Meyers, Annie
Msad, Almira Mead, Blanche Davis,
May Campbell, Isabel Valentine, Fran-
ces Jenkins, Lucille Duffy, Myrtle Tem
ple, Alvina, Butram, Ruth, Alice and
Kathleen Orndorff, Mesdames P. H.
Heffron, Helen Mead, C. W. Seddon;
Messrs. George Mead, Kent Heffron,
James Davis, Monroe Proctor, Walter
Jenkins, Garland Lyman, Vernon Ly
aaan. Duffy, Walter Ponsford, Raymond
Sheffield, Russell Worthlngton, Ward
Worthlagton, William Valentine, Lam
bert, Tom McCullough.
The girls of the Omega Phi will give
their annual dance before the opening
of .school on Monday evening, at the
home of Miss Birdie Hawkins, on Ne
The usual -week end dance will take
place this evening at the Country club.
The members of the Terpsichorean
club held a business meeting recently,
when officers were elected for the en
suing year- as follows: President, Dr.
B. F. Clutter; vice president, B. F. Fill
more; secretary and ' treasurer, E. C.
Floor committee for the season: E.
C. Heid, chairman: A. E. Schuster, Max
Moye, Robert Blair.
Finance committee: W. R. Dorris, L.
a Miller, R. Abernathy.
The clwb will give a series N- dances
during the season at the Toltec club,
the first to be held the latter part of
weeks in company
with her sister,
Mr. and Mrs. George Helde have re
turned from Las Cruces, whWe they
have been during the month, of Aug
ust, spending their vacation visiting
Mr. Helde's parent"5.
Miss Clara Shulte has returned from
a pleasant visit to her old home In
Mr. and Mrs". F. L. Hunter and
daughter, Miss Eva, have returned from
California, where they have been
spending two weeks very pleasantly
visiting different points of interest
along the coast.
Willard Cregjr, who waa called to
hishome in Nebraska on account of
the death of his father, is expected
back in a few days. .
Miss Hannah Ellison and Mrs. Llllie
Howard, teachers in the public schools,
are at home from their vacations and
have taken apartments at the Camp
bell. Miss Sallie Blake is at home from
her vacation, spent In the east.
Robert H. Bishop, ticket agent at
Stanton street station, leaves Sunday
evening over the Rock Island for Kan
sas City and Jefferson City, Mo., and
Fairbury, - Neb., at which latter place
he will visit his .son and family, Al
fred S. Bishop. Mr. Bishop will be ab
sent about 10 days. -
Eldon Routledge will return today
from a short visit to Pearson, Mexico.
W. A. Williams has returned from
his visit with relatives in Kansas and
Miss Ruth Evans- arrived from Waco
Mrs. S. J. Freudenthal and children
will be in today from Cloudcroft.
T. C. Van Epps, division auditor of
the G?. H. & S. A. railroad, returned
last night from his vacation on the
Pacific coast and resumed his duties
this morning. Mrs. Van Epps re
mained for further enjoyment In
CHURCH AFFAIRS. '
j. $ : 4 , 8
Mrs. H. D. Boddington andMiss El
eanor Cloud gave in enjoyable hay-Tide
last evening, complimeutary to the pri
mary department of the First M. E.
Sunday school. The party drove eight
miles down the valley to the Cadwal
lader ranch, where- a picnic supper
was served and games and music were
enjoyed by the children. -
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray entertained
the teachers and officers of, the First
Baptist Sunday school at their home
on Thursday evening. The evening was
spent in a 'discussion of Sunday school
work, after which refreshments were
served, the hostess- being assisted by
Mrs. S. J.'Craddock and Miss Josephine
Mrs. W. S. Valentine entertained the
members of the Woman's Home Mission
society on Thursday afternoon at her
home, 1105 Rio Grande street.
Mrs. H. D. Durkee was In charge
of the program of the afternoon.
"Alaska" was the subject under dis
cussion, and those giving papers were:
Mrs. W. H. Pickles, Mrs. D. W. Det
wiler, Mrs. J J. Barr and Mrs. H. L.
Mudd. Refreshments and a social hour
followed the program.
The young women of the Philathea
class of Trinity church entertained
about 60 of their friends with a water
melon social at the home of Mrs. E. M.
Depew and (Miss Gladys King, 1015
North Stanton street, on Tuesday
The evening was spent with conver
sation and music The melon was
served by Misses Katherine Warren,
Elsie Lurkins, Gladys King and 'Hugh
Henry, Robin Gould and Mrs. Depew.
Mrs. H. T. Bowie entertained the
young women's bible class of the T.
W. C. A. at a porch party on Monday
evening, complimentary to Miss Mabel
K. Stafford. The affair was In the
nature of a. farewell for Miss Stafford,
who leaves next week for Austin,
where she will fill the position of
state secretary for the T. W. C, A.,
with headquarters at Austin.
The St. Clement's Sewing circle met
Wednesday at the home of Mrs. W. P.
Stiles, at 70S Roosevelt street. Re
freshments of sherbet and cake were
served by the hostess. Those present
were Mesdames Tucker, Watson, Men
gel, .EJlis, Wirt, Freeman, Crews,
Laughlin, Davis, McKarty, Troxell,
Foster, Lyman, Stiles, .Gilchrist, Pol
lock, Darbyshire Macpallum, and the
Misses Long, Bailes and Woods.
Mrs. Sallee. who has spent the last
six years in China, addressed the wom
en of the city on Chinese mission
work at the First Baptist church
Mrs. Wm. Hosa'rth entertained at a
luncheon Tuesday evening at her
home, on North Florence street, in
honor of Miss Mabelle K. Stafford, of
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion. The missionary societies' of the va
rious Baptist churches "held a union
meeting at the First Baptist church.
j The opening scripture Teadlng was
given by Mrs. J. D. Ray, followed by
prayer. by Mrs. F. A. Hodge and Mrs.
F. W. Breeman, the president of the
society.' In answer to roll call the
women from each church responded In
unison With passages of scripture.
The work In Texas, in foreign and
home fields was well defined in the !
statistical reports. When El Paso
churches became affiliated with the
Sweetwater district, ten 'years ago,
there -were only hlne Baptist churches
In the district, now there 'are '30 ""and
most of them self-sustaining. A brief
resume of the history of the first
church, since its founding, in 1S82, by
Rev. George Baines, -was glTen by
Rev. J. D. Ray. - - -
The JEpworth league of the First M.
E. church will, give a novelty social at
the home of Mrs. J. F. Kilburn, on
Magoffin avenue, Tuesday.
A novelty social will be given by
the Epworth league of the First M. E.
church on Monday evening, at the resi
dence of Mrs. J. F.' Klburn, 1206 Ma
goffin avenue. A good musical pro
gram is "being arranged, and refresh
ments will be served. "
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The Misees Violet Aitkin, Sybil Shedd
ii'aBd Mabel O'Connor have Issued Invi
tations to a dance to be given at the
Elks' club, September 8.
Quick delivery on 25c ice cream. The
Special Laier Dt BU Monday night
at Fraternal Bretherhood hall. Prize
tandem waltz. Union music
Original maple nut ice cream,
it. The Elite Confectionery.
Original maple nut Ice cream.
it. The Elite Confectionery.
Miss Beulah Brown gave a farewell
party on Thursday evening, cpmplimen
tary to Miss Awtrey Krausse, who will
leave Tuesday for her home in Houston.
The girls, who were all members of
the Omega Phi, were Invited to spend
the night, and were entertained at a
delightful breakfast the next morning.
The girls of the party were: Misses
Awtrey Krausse, Edith Perrenot, Ma
rion Toung, Stella Brick, Mary Leigh-
ton. Alma Morrison, Birdie Hawkins.
The boys invited for the evening were:
Roy Pickens, Robert Hoover,. Nelson
Rice, Switzler Turner, Leon Ronan,
Frank Ross, Arthur Hawkinson.
Mrs. H. J. Darwood, of 504 Mesa, en
tertained a number of her friends on
Thursday afternoon in honor of he
mother, Mrs. G. W. Lee, of. JMarlin,
Texas. The afternoon, was most en
joyable and refreshments served 'by
the "hostess and her daughter.
Miss Eleanor Wright will entertain
a number of her friends Saturday aft
ernoon from 3 to 5.
One of the delightful social affairs
of the week was that given Thursday
evening by Mrs. J. E. Rhein, compli
mentary to Miss Lauramaud Fink, who
leaves today to enter Columbia univer
sity and to visit Miss Lillian Lockwood,
A very clever "magazine guessing
contest" afforded much amusement,
and the first prize was awarded to
Ignatius Berrien, who guessed the
greatest number correctly. The con
solation prize went to Miss Rachel
Harper. Vocal and instrumental music
and dancing were among the diver
sions of the evening.
Cut flowers were artistically used
in the decorations, and two Course re
freshments were served. The hostess
was assisted in entertaining by Mrs.
W. W. Fink.
The gueSt list included: MIksm
Lauramaud Fink, Lillian Lockwood.
Wilma Elliott, Katie Stoker. Clara
1 Fink, Ruth Critchett, Marguerite Dar- i
.ABOrjT EL PASOANS.
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C. L. Howe, of 1003 Rio Grande
street, is quite "ill from an attack of ty
Fred Hare is seriously III "at a local
hospital with typhoid fever. '
Miss May Campbell and Miss Mary
Iverson took the teachers examination
Mrs. C. H. Campbell is slowly recov
ering from a serious fall which result
ed in a badly sprained knee and general
Miss Delia Keifer is taking the coun
ty teachers' examination. She -was
elected to a position in the city schools.
Miss Keifer Is a 'graduate' of the Ei
Paso high school.
Miss Alta Cregg, who has been
teaching in the public schools here for
several years, has -asked leave of ab
sence for a year on account of the
death of her father and the necessity
of settling up the estate.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCormick are at
present at the Sheldon. Mr. McCormick
is tne new head of the hiirh school
-English department. He is an A. B.
eiauuttio ui mc uuiveruiiy 01 xexas or
the class of 1904 and received his M.
A. degree from Harvard In 1910. Mr.
McCornlck has just recently married.
t The kindergartens receive additional
force during the present session In
3IIss Mary., Lois Watkins, who comes
from the Ft Worth kindergarten train
ing school. Miss Watkins will be as
sistant to Miss Lula H, Jones, who is
the pioneer in kindergarten work in
E. C. Beezley and C. C. Golden, new
manual instructors, came in today.
Miss Lee Walton, one of the teach
ers of the Aoy school, &lstt r of Mrs.
Charles . Leavell, of this j-lace, is se
riously ill at her home, in Bartlett,
Tex. Her place has been filled by a
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Burk have taken
rooms at Mrs. C. M. RumsBy's 1 ome, on
North St. Vraln street.
byshire, Maybelle Hood, Rachel Harper;
Mr. and ,Irs. Ross Keister; ' Messrs.
Harold Kilburn, Page Kemp, Emmett
Robertson, Dave Robertson, Ernest
Price, Wallace Thew, Ignatius Berrien,
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Two New Additions to the
Birth of the Mitchell 5-passenger Six at $1,750 and the Mitchell ,2-passenger smart gentleman's roadster, at
$950. And the parents doing remarkably -well. .
Time-is narrowing down for a Survival of tke Fittest in the automobile business. The cheaply built car
and the " stock affair" are on the toboggan. Hysterical buying is no more. The public is Tociferous in its
demand for the high-class, low-cost car, hence the Mitchell star is still in the ascendency.
WeVe added two handsome and robust "babies" to the Mitchell line and are now equipped to show 'the
American public that hoggish profits constitute a commercial crime, and that any concern that is sound in
the pocket and sound in the head can live on a reasonable merchandising margin and still keep on improving.
Two New Mitchell Babies:
The Mitchell Five-Passenger ' Six
Cylinder Family Touring Car, at -
The Mitchell Two -Passenger smart
.gentleman's Roadster, at
These two cars are real automobiles, not skinny road pests. They've got
the real Mitchell blood in them. They are the work of a factory that has never experimented at public
expense and sells its goods' on merit instead of bunk.
. The new 5-passenger Six at $1,750 is no experiment. We Ve been building
Sixes for years arid we knowiow. We are pioneers in the making of the moderate-priced Six-r
th onlyxoncern in the'orld that ever put a Big Six on the market for so little money as $2,250. 'The-Light Six
is a little brother of the Big Six, anit'sgotatAe Mitchell blood and breeding. Take your 1,750 elsewhere and
what do you getTfor it?" Ah ordinary, .cheaply built, carefully skinned four 'cylinder car of doubtful horse nower
and uncertain parentage, or a stock affair thrown together by people who haven't Had a finger in the making f
one solitary part of it.
This car is going to destroy public faith in list -prices and we are tickled to death that w,e ire flie ones to
force the show clown. We will never be aole to make as many of these cars as the public will demand. We
know that now.
The two-passenger roadster is a revelation. It has full 25 horse power and 100 inch wheel hase. It is a
full grown automobile It is full of style roguish, dapper, dainty yet muscled like a Hercules, and built
for service, not to compete with the cheap runabouts that have made millions for repair men. So now that
the Mitchell line reads like this :
Mitchell 2-passenger gentleman's 25 h. p. roadster-at : x .$ 950
, - Mitchell 4f passenger "30" touring car, at ' ,. .. . 1,150
Mitchell 5-passenger "30" touring car, at v . . : . : 1 1,350
Mitchell 5-passenger light six cylinder7' 40 h. p. touring car at,. -. ..... . t ..!.. 1,750
Mitchell 7-passenger big six cylinder 50 h. p. touring car, at .2,250
f ' Prices F. 0. B Eacine. -
Not a high-priced car in the lot. Every one within the range of reason. All built sanely, solidly and stylishly.
Show us a line of care at any price, we don't care how high, that is any better than this tone. You can't do it to save yaw kw,
Every one of these carys built of the finest materials that this world has ever produced. One maker of auto
mobiles considers it good advertising to say that his car is built with chrome nickel steel. It makes us laugh. We uee it a a matter
of course. We know there is nothing else that will do quite as well and were cranks on fine materials. That man might a well
have said that his wheels are round and expect the public to go crazy over it The maker who doesn tuse it is skinnin his car
or producing , a nine-spot. We maintain extensive laboratories for the analysis of materials and we don't take anybodps say-so.
Mitchell cars are equipped with top. Splitdorf dual ignition, five lamps, generator, horn, jack and tools.
Extra demountable rim with the light sir. .All cars equipped with fore doors, and designed to prevent excess
heat for those occupying front seats. No ttop on the $950 runabout.
Is that I1? Nb that isn't all. The justly celebrated MITCHELL SERVICE comes in right here. It's tk
biggest thing that has ever been done in the automobile business. It means that the parent house of Mitchell-Lewis keeps in
touch with every Mitchell owners We furnish a new part free for every part that proves defective. And we want you to
know that no repair man ever built any houses on what he made out of Mitchell cars.
Every one of these branches is equipped with Trouble Men expert mechanics, not dubs, whose business it it
to see how-
place freezes over.
your car is behaving because, our interest begins in you when you buy and ceases only when you pass away. W
this business like Marshall Field ran his up to the day of his death, and we will hang on to public respect until the ba
js over. ,
Now, you've got our creed and our promise. If this advertisement strikes you favorably, write for
detailed information and plant book. Will send you books that are on the square.
'The car you ought to have at the price you ought to pay. N
"Silent as the foot of time. "
ylMl&SMtllx&Q lIteXlyo (Mjo&)c&So
This is the firm that has bnilt the famous Mitchell-Lewis wagon for over 75 years.