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Wednesday, October 2, 1912
Social Doings -In the Southwest
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"My Secret of Beauty Is Mother,"
Says Pretty Madge Kennedy
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3IARFA. TEXAS. $
Marfa, Texas, Oct. 2. Mrs. Chas,
Kramer was hostess to the Marfa His
tory club at the home of Mrs. J. P.
Shields. The president, Mrs. R. B.
Russell, being absent, Mrs. H. M. Fen
nell acted in that capacity. The lesson
-was conducted by Mrs. M. R. Mahon.
Interesting papers were read by Mes
dames Arthur Mitchell, H. M. i'ennell.
L. C. Brite, H. M. Doughty, It S. Mc
Cracken, R. R. Smith. Officers were
elected for the coming year as follows:
Mrs. L. C. Brite, president; Mrs. R. '.
McCracken, first vice president; Mrs.
G. C Robinson, second vice president;
Mrs. Homer Colquitt, secretary; Mrs.
A. M. Porter, treasurer. Refreshments
were .served. The members present
were: Mesdams Chas. Kramer, J. P.
Shields, H. M. Doughty, L. C. Brite, H.
M. Fcnnell, R. R. Smith. Arthur Mitch
ell. Thos. Snyder. H. Colquitt. Chas.
Crosson. Lizzie Davis. G. C Robinson.
M. R. Mahon, R. S. McCracken-, A. M.
Porter. Visitors of the afternoon were:
Mesdames Clara Shields Barnett sti
Austin; M. Merrill, of Denver, Colo.;
H. Hubbard and H. J. Arnold.
Mrs. Thos. Snyder will be hostess for
the next meeting.
Mrs. Chas. Bailey went to El Paso
to have her eyes treated.
Edward Bogal is on the sick list.
The Mothers' cjub held its regular
meeting at the High School building.
Refreshments were served by the re
Mr. and Mrs. L. C Brite and daugh
ter. Hester, will leave this week for
Kansas City. After a visit with rela
tives, they will go on to Kentucky to
attend the convention 01 the Christian
Mrs. Worth. Frauier and'little son are
visiting at tne home ol Mrs. Kline.
Mrs. Capanl Adams was hostess for
the Auction Bridge club on Monday.
t Mrs. Rosa Largent, who has been
visiting her son. Dr. W. Largent for
the past two months, has returned to
her home at McKinney. Texas.
Miss Sarah Barclay has left for Aus
tin, where .she will attend the univer
sity. Mrs. G. C. Robinson entertained the
42 club. After the games refreshments
were served. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. G. C Robinson, Dr. and Mrs.
M. R. Mahon, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Sny
der, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Pruit, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. John Shields,
Mrs. Clara Shields.
H. Gordon French, of Alpine, has
returned to Marfa to make his home.
Mrs. Dick Love returned to Sierra
Blanca, after spending some time with
her sister. Mrs. "Wert Love. "
Lieut. Hayden, of troop M. stationed
at Candelaria, has been the guest of
"W. B. Mathes, United States deputy
marshal, has returned to Marfa.
K. C Miller has gone to Henderson,
Texas, to visit relatives.
Mrs. C. D. Barnett, whd has been
visiting Mrs. M. R. Mahon, has returned
J. "W. Howell has returned from El
Paso, where he went to attend federal j
Gofdon Hysan spent a few -days In I
El Paso. I
Fletcher Tigwer, who attended fed- j
eral court in El Paso, has returned. I
Cecil Booth has returned from El
Paso, where he attended federal court.
Hub Gayon and family are visiting
in El Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hickerson have
rr ':od from El Paso.
rey Woodward and Jerome Rob
ci tj .1 have .gone on a trip down the
Mrs. Robert Grecr.vcd and daugh
ter, ilrs. Lujgan Faii, jj. Fjtockton, I
The Wffhion of the Methodist chureh
j hae organized a bible study class.
i They met at the residence of Mrs. Mc-"
aie smun. i
L. D. Cassady, R. W. Coffey and J.
B. Davis were recent visitors from Al- J
Pine. , j
Mr. and Mrs. John Livingston, who "j
hare been in ths east for tht past two t
months, have returned' home. I
Rev. father Alvina went to Valentine i
to perform the marriage ceremony for
Elesandro Valdcz , arid Miss Louice !
Frarccs. ' ;
Bishop Shawv of San Antonio, visited I
Marfa. Bishop Snaw is pleased with X
i tne ttotk mat is Deing done by tne
atnonc cnurqn nere. ;
Miss Ruth McDonald, of St. Louis, j
Mo., has been the guest of her broth- ;
er. E. T. McDonald. j
W. .B. Mathews has rented the H. B. J
Griffin house and moved his family. .
H. B. Griffin and family have gone to j
California to make their home. i
J. R. Holland, ot Alpine, visited
H. B. Holmes has returned from San
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pool Went to El
Paso to attend federal court.
fl HAYDEN ARIZONA
Hayden, Ariz.. Oct 2. T. J. Tuck,
chief sampler for the Ray Consolidated
Copper company, has returned to Har
den with his bride of only a few weeks.
Mr. Tuck left here a few weeks ago
on a vacation, as stated to his many
friends, but decided to try his luck on
the sea of matrimony and -was married
in Haverhill, Mass.. to Miss Olive Swee
ney, a reside ntof that place- The mar
riage took place at the home of the
bride and was -witnessed by only im
mediate relatives of the two contract
ing parties. Their honeymoon trip
consisted of a two weeks' cruise down
the Atlantic coast They will be at
home on Utah avenue on October 1.
Dr.' G. C. Norman, in company with
his brotherinlaw, F. C. Docker, spent a
few days in Heyden. Mr. Docker is af
filiated with the Garlock Packing com
pany, this being his first visit to Hay
den. Dr. Norman was formerly of Ray,
being one of the company's physicians
at that point, but recently resigned
and has opened up offices in Phoenix.
Joe Melczer. of the firm of Melczer
brothers, of Phoenix, spent a lew days
E. J. Wood, an employe of the Ray
Consolidated Copper company, in the
local mill, has returned to Hayden in
company with his bride. Mr. and Mrs.
Wood were tendered a.serenad by his
many friends, nearly everyone in Hay
den that could play a musical instru
ment being called out for the occos
lon, and a parade was started for his
S. J. Clifford, engineer In the local
power house, has returned from Phoe
nix, where he went to meet Mrs. Clif
ford, who is with her husband in their
new home in Hayden.
L. W. Holstein. an attache of the Ari
zona Eastern Railroad company at
Hayden Junction, has left for a two
weeks' vacation, to be spent on the
J. M. Beattle, chief clerk of the Ray
Consolidated Copper company. Is
spending a few days in Ray on busi
ness connected with his department
Dick Allen, who up to the present
time has been the forwarding agent
for the Calumet Copper Creek Mining
company, with headquarters at Wlnk
elman. has severed his connections
with that company, going to Fresno,
Cal., at which point he recently pur
chased a large fruit ranch, and will
hereafter make that place his Tiome.
Mr. Allen Is one of the old timers of
E. A. Woods has been appointed for
warding agent ts fill the vacancv left
by Dick Allen with the Copper Creek
company. He will be located in Wlnk
elman from now on.
Henry Hall, chief electrician for the
Ray Consolidated Copper company, has
left the services of that company, leav
ing for Chicago, where he will make
his future home.
M. E. Webster, superintendent of tel
ephone for the Ray Consolidated Cop
per company. . is spending a few dayy
in Ray on business connected with the
A party consisting of Messrs. Roqd.
Burdick and Avlla and the ' Misses
Sturgeon. Miller and Woods, took a
horseback ride to Cook's lake.
Edwin "Gaueh, accountant for the
American Emolting and Rr'fning com
pany. Is confined to his be ' with grip.
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Wiley have returned
from a month's visit with Mrs. Wiley's
brother on his ranch.
The operation performed on one of
Miss Marinda Fellows's eyes proved
very successful. The other eye was
also operated on and doctors state tha; i
she will be able to be out in a few j
Gus Hcdscifield, manager of the j
Standard Mercantile company, is spend- j
ing a few days in Phoenix. I
Mrs. C. G.- Page is a new arrival, in j
Hayden wtlh her family, to join ner
husband, an employe of the A. S. & R.-d
company. Her former home was Tc- j
cuE-b Okla. , j
luni'ueuiiii, iJrujjucLur ol uic xwy
den meat market, has been to Tempo
and Phoenix to dispose of some of hi3
Harvey . Mudd. son of S. W, Mudd, I
aF rat, fHyflVgSi
Special Sale of Women's and Chil
dren's Warm. Underwear, Medium
and Winter Weights-- The Celebra
ted Forest and Essex Mills, brands
Women's Outing Flannel
Made from best, materials, full size;
65c values. v Q
$1-25 values. Special 98c
?2.00 values. Special $1.49
Children's black satine bloomers, well
made, full sizes, good fast ng
color. Special at 35c and. ..3C
1 special lot misses' union suits, gray
only, all sizes; worth to OQ
?1.25. Special Thursday only3?C
Women's black cashmere hose, fine
quality, full fashioned.
Women's and Misses'
In colors of black, navy, oxford, white
and cardinal, high neck military ef
fect. 2.50 values, d "9 AQ
3.00 values. Special $1.98
4.00 values. Special $2.49
5.00 values. Special $3.49
Women's Blazer Coats
In stripes of contrasting colors, latest
Misses' Sweater Coats
All colors, all new 1912 ideas.
1.50 values. d-o Q
Special j) il Z t
2.50 values. Special $1.49
3.00 values. Special $1.98
SSec Window Display.
In a great variety of new and differ
ent designs; superfine quality;
worth 15c. 19,
I "Outing Flannels and Flannelettes,
H light or dark colors; big assortment
worth 12 l-2c Special ...'. iUC
Women's Union Suits
Bleached, high neck, long sleeves, an
kle length, fleeced, silk fin- QO
ish; worth 1.25. Special. . 170 C
Women's Knit Under
wear Forest and Essex Mills brands' wom
en's separate garments, vests or pants,
Jersey rib, bleached, silk S(
finish; worth 65c. Special.. UUC
Women's Knit Corset
Essex mills bleached, long sleeves,
silk finish; worth 65c. A q
1 lot misses' and children's knit un
derwear, union suits or separate gar
ments (odd lots); worth to A r
1.00. Special ftiC
Misses' and Children's
Bleached, all sizes, silk fin
ish; worth 65c Special...
Children's Union Suits
and separate garments, all
sizes; worth 35c Special.
Bargain Basement Specials
4 string kitchen brooms
16 ounce floor mops
Madam Pott's sad'iron3,
5 foot Ironing Boards.
"So. 8 Galvanized Wash
No. 8 Tin Wash Boilers.
One gallon Galvanized
Oil Cans. Special
No. 3 Galvanized Wash
4 quart White Enameled
Water Pitchers. Special..
3 quart White Enameled Mixing
Bowls. o PJ
Spqcial . ........ oDC
Large size White Enameled Wash
Basins. o F
3 quart White Enameled Lip
Sauce Paitf. . o Ff
Specif ... OuC
2 quart White Enameled
Bice Boilers. Special
1 quart White Ejsameled gn
Hice Boilers. Special OtC
Wbite Enameled Fish A AjQk
Broilers. Special . . . P X ttS
2 quart Blue Enameled White
Lined Coffee Pots. A g
Fofr Boys or Girls, all sizes,
29c and 12c
Blankets and Bed Com
forts Gray cotton Blankets with colored
borders; worth 65c pair. A n
10-4 light gray cotton Blankets with
fancy borders; worth 1.25. QO
12-4 gray cotton Blankets with col
ored borders; worth (J -j Af
2.00. Special P 1 .fiS7 .
White crib Blankets with fancy bor
ders; worth oOc.
Fall size satine covered Bed Com
forts, plain center with handsome
borders; worth S2.50. d Q
Special '. Pl.Oi?
Full size silkoline covered Comforts,
some with plain center and Jancy
borders; medium weight; -worth.
$2.00. rf -j QC
Crib Blankets, in white, pink or light
blue; worth 6oc 1Q
Feather Bed Pillows
With fancy ticking; worth
-HOME OF LOW PRICES-
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MISS MADGE KESXEDT TV "MTTLE
(By ainrsaret Hubbard Ayer.)
rT would be difficult to find any one
who looks less like the stereotyped
actress, or like what one thinks an
actress ought to look off or on the
stage than Miss Madge Kennedy.
When it dawne"d upon her that she
was to figure as a mine of information
on the subject of "How to Be Beauti
ful," she threw back her head and
roar.ed wlth-glee-, and was not to be
pinned down at all to any methods of
diet or delsarte, which are supposed to
Improve on nature.
"You can say that the secret of me
and whatever I am that is worth while
Is my mother," said Miss Kennedy, af
"She has done it alL I was brought
up in California, and everything there
seems to grow strong and big and vig
orous. Most of the girls are large, for
all of them l;ve out of doors and ride.
member of the executive committee
of the Ray Concoiidated Copper coip- .
pany. is spending a few days in Hay- ,
den for the purpose of collecting data
on milling. Mr Mudd Is a recent grad- .
uate from a mining college.
A. J. Maclra.1, cashier of the nay i
Consolidated Copper company, is back
from a flying trip to. Ear by auto.
& 1ft F OvFiaT.Anv5T.
inss brows" at the forty-
drive and swim, and are constantly in
LUC UpUil Lir. t
"That's the worst thing about com- j
jut, iu i-new xur., unu jiving in au
apartment. I've never lived in one be
fore, and you know when I first came
here I felt as if I was caged.
"If you want me to say something
that will be of use to girls," said Miss
Kennedy earnestly, "tell them that I
think the" best thing in the world is to
have a young mother or a mother who
"Now, my mother Is young; she jut
understands me perfectly, and weVe
mor like sisters than mother and
daughter. We share everything to
gether, all our pleasures and all our
troubles. When rm not at the theater
or studvinc music nr nalntini. ir- .i
about together and we see everything; i
.u -to one u luurvo aiLer mv n pt
MOREXCI, ARIZ. t
MorencI, Ariz., Oct 2. The dance
given by the teachers of the public
school was one or, the best social
events ever held lh the club.
The Longfellow brass band gave an
open air concept on the plaza, which
was enjoyed by a large audience. Mo
rencI is fortunate In having two first
Eli Davis, conductor on the Morenc!
Southern railway, has returned to camp
and resumed his run, after a month-'s
visit at his old home in Iowa.
Mrs. Jas. Harris has arrived from a
six months' visit at her old home in
Mrs. J. O. Efiomson and baby have
iCLur-nfM m fnvnn Trm rniirA.i.
where they have spent several months
U -r Tiriin r . wiiv-ifc..
Ktitfwafig riuc'n f "a CopVcontpa'lt
in arUcles on beauty'' S S mUCh lnspected the MorencI branch store.
I Eastman Kodaks 1
I tSL Photo Supplies'
24 Hour Service Kodak Finishing
Kodaks on Time Payments '
W. G. Walz Company
103 El Paso Street
See our Exhibit this week at Calisher's
Home Product Show Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday
! ROSWE1M., X. M. &
Roswell, K jr., Oct. 2. The Feder
ated Mothers' club of the city held Its
annual reception at the High School
building. Each city school ward has
a Mothers' club.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Slaughter, Jr.. and
Irs. George T. Veal have returned from
a Ix months automobile "tour through
thp west and northwest.
The Anti-Cant Bible class of the
First Presbvtcrian church have elected
the following officers for the coming
year: President. E. C. Gessert: vice
president, A. J. Stevens; secretary, Mrs.
.T. Pascoe: trcssurer. Howard Cass. Mr.
Cass is the class teacher.
fr BAUIORHEA, TEXAS. O
Balmorhea, Texas. Oct. 2. The Aid
society of the Presbyterian church is
cleaning up the school house this week
and having new windows put in and
R- V. King has returned from a busi
ness trip to Van Horn.
Miss Georgie Key, who has been vis
iting her sister. Mrs. Pruitt. has re
turned to her home at Barstow. Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Garner, of Dal
las, are here visiting his aunt, Mrs.
T. A. Odell.
Mrs. A. F. Cdell has returned from a
two weeks' visit with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. C Jones, of Soash, Texas, j
SOLOJIOXVILkE, AIUZ. 2 i
So'.omonvllle, z:a., Oct 2. Judge A.
G. McAlister has returned from Globe,
where he had been to hold court for
The Graham county teachers' Insti
tute, which has been in session at Saf
ford, has closed. It had a good attend
ance. Miss Carrie B. Simpson has gone to
her claim. in Artesia. '
A number from here went down to
Safford to attend the lecture on
"China -and the Far East" given by Dr.
Mrs. Nora S. Clarke was a Safford
Miss Manut-la Acuna. of El Paso, Is at
home for a visit with her mother. Mrs.
G. M. Acuna, and a sister, 'Mrs. Ja& P..
Gee Olney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
W. Olney. has left for Lordsburg to be
with hie uncles, Joe and Clantie Olney.
who have a ccr.tract for the hauling of
Mrs. It M. Johnson, principal of the
schools at San Jose, had a narrow es
cape from serious accident while wait
ing for Mrs. C. B. Yett to come out
to so with her to Safford, the horse
took fright and turned the buggy over.
Mrs. Johnson was thrown out. but not
Sheriff Alger and deputy sheriff Ben
nett hare returned from Bonlta creek.
Miss Johnnie Shivers, daughter of
Mrs. Ben R. Clark, went- to Phoenix,
where she will enter business college.
John Hoffman, who has been work
ing for the Hat cattlo outfit, has a
deputyship at MorencI under John D.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Voegel, of Ft
Thomas, Ariz., had business before the
superior court of Graham county.
Johnnie Alexander, of Globe, was at
Solomonville on business before the su
Dr. and Mrs. J. Ross have moved to
Mrs. Geo. Duncan's place, on the Saf
ford road. Mrs. Ross will begin her
school at "Lone Star" district on Monday.
z TULAROSA, X. M.
Tularosa. N. M., Oct 2. Mrs. Mary
Parker has left for Nevada to join her
husband, after a month's visit here
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. T. B.
Miss Hazel Briscoe, who has been
very sick. Is able to be up again.
. Henry Harris is at home from the
"bridge gang to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Harirs.
Alex Cooper has arrived from Farin
fngton, N. M., to visit his sister, MIsa
Dafcos Cooper, and nieces. Miss Dop
pie Cooper and Mrs. I. W. Lentz.
Mrs. A. J. Sparks expects to leave
soon for Anderson, Ind., to locate.
Mrs. Burekhead is having her home
stead improved. Alvis Linam is doing
Clovis and Ellin Aguilor haTe re-
turned from their ranch in the White
John SnWer spent a day at the Tur
ner ranch locking after stock.
Mrs. J. L. Johns and daughter.
Grace, are here from Al&mogordo.
Altorta Sandoval has gone to San
Antonio on business.
Mrs. S. P. Clayton and son, Cuba,
are here from Alamogordo.
Mrs. A. J. Sparks is on the sick list
Mrs. Pace and children have gone to
Alamogordo to visit friends and rela
tives. J. E. Stevens is here from Silver City.
If you are going to fence, get some
of Lander's treated ports.
OHIO CONGRESSMAN" KILLED
1VHEX .VCTOMOBILE- OVERTURNS
Fostoria. O., Oct 2. Congressman
Carl C Anderson, of Fostoria. O., -was
killed last night when an automobile
In which he was riding overturned near
A Mcrvelons Escape.
"My little boy had a marvelous es
cape," writes P. F. Bastiams of Prince
Albert, Cape of Good Hope. 'Tt oc
curred in the middle of the night He
got a very severe attack of croup. As
luck wonld have it, I had a large bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house. After following the directions
for an hour and twenty minutes he was
through all danger." Sold by all dealers.
DOES XOT CREDIT STOR.T.
Washington. D. G. Oct. 2. Rear ad
miral Vreeland dlscredttes the state
ment made at New Orleans by Jurlan
Leel, a Central American soldier of for
tune, who declared that several Amer
ican marines had been killed in Nica
ragua and that the news bad been suppressed.
for hacks, automobile, baggage wagons,
livery or heavy transfer. Always on
tbe job. Finest equipment in the eouth-
Tour last fall suit made new by our
perfect cleaning and presstng. IVhoae
WW B f
Are solved by the use of Modern Electrical Devices.
Think of the satisfaction and pleasure in having graceful
and serviceable utensils ready at all times by the simple
turn of the switch. ' .
When you go to Calisher's Home Product Exposi
tion look for the display of Electric Ware. The elec
tricity that operates these devices is assuredly a product
of El Paso and for El Paso. At this display we show
you the convenience and cleanliness of Electrically
Operated Household Appliances.
You owe it to yourself to at least investigate the
many advantages of Electricity for home use
Yours for comfort.
j l, El Paso Electric Railway Cor