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!L PASO HERALD
Monday, October 7, 1912
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On Saturday afternoon .Mrs. J. G. Ba
rada entertained with a. beautifully
arranged card party In honor of the
Misses nnle Hearne Hill and Mildred
"Winfleld. There were eight tables'of
bridge. The bouse was decorated In
ferns and yellow and white chrysan
themums. In the center of the dining table
stood a large crystal vase of chrysan
themums on a cluny centerpiece,
which was over yellow. Little crystal
bonbon dishes filled with dainties of
candles and salted almonds stood on
the table, the handles of the dishes be
ing tied with tiny yellow ribbons. A
large yellow satin bow was gracefully
tied on the side of the table facing the
A two course luncheon was served
and the color scheme carried out in the
refreshments. Five prizes in dainty
hand painted opera fans were pre
sented by the hostess to the winners,
who were Misses Jenevie Anderson,
first prize; Miss Gertrude Lelghton sec
ond, and Miss Alice Wilson, consolation.
The guests' prizes were presented to I
Mrs. W. K. Scott delighted the guests
with several songs and Mesdames S. P.
Weisiger and Greenbury Stewart as
sisted the hostess in receiving the
guests, while the Misses Sue and Geor
gia Mayfleld assisted her In serving the
The guests were: Misses Jenevie An
derson, Ethel Brown. Rena Coldwell,
Karma Deane, Kate Adams, Glen Ad
ams, Lucille Daniels, Wllma Elliott,
Maida Kelly, Mamie Gwynn, Hattie
May Loretz, Gertrude Lelghton, Pran
ces Mayfleld. Helen Newell. Kate Sto
ker, Martha Thurmond, Theo. Patter
son, Florence Reed, Myra Prater. Mamie
Sexton. Alive Wilson, Winifred Wilson,
Mary Watkins. Sue and Georgia May
field: Mesdames L. C Miller, W. R-
McCandless. E. P. Rankin. Jessie La I
Blanc, W. H. Scott. S. P. Weisiger,
Greenbury Stewart and Eliza Barada.
El Pasoans Retaining
Dr. Hugh S. White has returned from
a trip to Virginia.
Miss Queenle Nebeker has returned
from California, where she spent the
Bummer visiting relatives.
Mrs. Hattie H. Crews, mother of Lee
H. Crews, cashier of the 1 Paso Bank
and Trust company, has returned to her
home in this city from a six months'
visit to California, greatly improved
Mr. and Mrs. C H. Leavell returned
Sunday with the irrigation congress
delegation from Salt Lake, -where they
were the guests of Mr. Leavell's broth
er, John H. Leavell.
Mrs. James Dougherty and daughter,
Evelyn, have returned from California,
where they spent the summer.
Mr and Mrs. O. C. Coles are expected
home this evening from Georgia,
where they have been on an extended
Mr and Mrs. S. C. Awbrey have re
turned from their bridal trip through
the northwest. They attended the Irri
gation congress at Salt Lake and ac
companied the local delegation home.
A. N. Brown has returned from Los
Angeles and will visit here several days
before going to his home in Chicago
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Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345, night
From a DrecoII Model
The foundation dress is of white
charmeuse, -with a fluted tunic of
royal blue chiffon.
The tunic has turned-back folds oi
the charmeuse, ornamented with crys
tal butons. and is held in at the waist
by a beaded girdle, showing irrides
cent colors. The front panel and low
er part of the skirt are of dark
Cream white lace Is placed at the
neck and wrists, and. tassels orna
ment the lower edges of the tunic.
El Pasoans Ax&ay
Mrs. John Hughes left Saturday to
attend the meeting of the grand chap
ter of the Eastern Star, which is to be
held at Waco. - .
About El Pasoans
A daughter, Rena Elizabeth, arrived
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. N.
Wafer on Sunday, their 15th wedding
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Mrs. J. Burling Hopper entertained
on Saturday afternoon several of the
youngest "society buds" of the city and
their mothers and grandmothers. The
little ones were amused by the older
people and seemed to enjoy to the full
est their debut into society, although
one of the numoer decided she would
hie herself into the land of slumber for
a time, for which she -was duly par
doned. The little ones were the best
ever was and it was decided that they
should be given a vote of thanks for
their good behavior jn their first ap
pearance into society. Those present
were: Little Misses Anna Gwyn Dear
ing, Alice Arnold, Florence Rohmer Le
Baron; masters Waters Davis Kellogg
and Frederick Norton, jr.
Master David Brock, of 801 North
Ochoa street, entertained a number of
his young friends with a party on Sat
urday, the event being the celebration
of master Brock's sixth birthday anni
versary. The children came in costume,
the boys as Indian chiefs and the girls
In the costume of Hiawatha. A wig
wam was placed in the yard and In
dian games were enpoyed by those
present. A large birthday cake bril
liantly lighted with six candles, was
on the center of the dining table, and
a wish for the happiness and prosperity
oi tne young host was voiced as the
candles were blown out by the guests.
Those present were: Virginia Lee
Campbell, Bessie Blumenthai, Mildred
Carpenter. Virginia Pennybaker. Fran-
lces Ayres, Charlotte Baber. Clara Ba
ber. Blanche Turhevlllp Mai- TThHe-
I Harold Johnson, Stuart Gale. Joe Folk,
Dick O'Keeffe. Allen Johnson. Billy
Gleason. Clyde Lee, Vaughn Lee, Rob
ert Johnson. David and Amos Brock.
Oat Of Town Visitor
Miss Letltla Bradley has arrived from
Philadelphia, Penn, to be the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Parvin Witte, for the
Bishop James Atkins, of the Metho
dist Episcopal church, south. i3 visit
ing Rev. and Mrs. C. Wesley Webdell,
of 807 Mesa avenue.
Mrs. A. D. Evans and daughter,
Gladys, wife and daughter of D. A.
Evans, intend visiting in El Paso in
the near future. Mrs. Evans and two
daughters and grand daughter live in
Tucson at 613 North Stone avenue.
Mrs Marcus Lantin and children left
for their home in Globe. Ariz.. Sun
day. Mrs. Lantin spent the summer
here visiting her parents.
C. O. Monesmith, of Peru. Ind..
nephew of C. R. Brownlie, in the city
health department, was an arrival In El
Paso last week. Mr. Monesmlth expects
to locate here.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell Stackhouse, of
San Antonio. N. M., are In the city, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. Stackhouse entertained
at dinner at the Country club on Sat
urday evening. -Their guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Williams and Mr. and Mrs.
Lieut Edgar Z. Steever, jr., is here
from Fort Snelling on a visit witn his
parents. Gen. and Mrs. E. Z. Rteezer.
at Fort Bliss. Lieut Steevor is at
tached to the 28th infantry.
We have some bargains in heavy tim
bers. Lander Lumber Co.
St Clement's Social club will have a
social meeting at Kendrick hall on
Thursday evening, October 10.
BIshoD Francis J. McConnell. of the
Methodist Episcopal church, is in El
Paso, having arrived by the A. T. &
S. F. railway in the morning. A meet
ing of the members of the First M. E.
church will be held at the church, on
the corner of Myrtle and Ochoa
streets, at 3:30 p. m., for the purpose
of a conference with the bishop.
Bishop McConnell is one of the new
bishops elected at the general confer
ence in Minneapolis in May of the pres
ent year, and has supervision of .the
church in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming,
New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. His
episcopal residence is in Denver, Colo
and he comes to El Paso from Raton,
N. M., where he presided at the annual
conference of the New Mexico mission,
which was held last week.
The church in El Paso contemplates
the erection of a new building on the
north side of the tracks. This and
other matters of Importance were con
sidered at the meeting at 3:30 Monday.
Dinners and Luncheons
Capt and Mrs. Arthur P. Watts en
tertained at dinner recently at the Val
ley Inn. Their guests were: Lieut and
Mrs. Merle P. Schillerston and Lieut
B. W. Field. - .
Adrian Fool had as his guests at the
Valley Inn on Sunday evening Mrs.
H. Congdon. Mrs. Bertha Stough ind
Mrs. J. Bronson. son and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Daniels and
daughter, Lucile, motored to Ysleta
and took dinner at the Valley Inn on
Saturday afternoon Miss Admyra
Adams, the 18 year old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. T. Adams, of 815 North
Kansas street recently of Corinth Mis
hissippi, and John T. Boyd, of the same
city, were married In El Paso. The
young couple were sweethearts before
Miss Adams moved to El Paso, but on
account of the extreme youth of both,
the parents of Miss Adams objected to
the match, but the groom, becoming
restless, followed his sweetheart to El
Paso and they were married quitely.
The groom is a young hardware mer
chant of Corinth. The happy couple
have been forgiven and will return to
Mississippi on Tuesday.
Tuesday, October Eighth,
Nineteen Hundred and Twelve
Afternoon and Evening.
A Cordial Invitation is Extended' to All.
Come, bring your friends with you.
Phone S20S, Not In Book 220 San Antonio St.
The TT. D. C meeting will be held
Tuesday afternoon at the Trinity Meth
odist church at 4 oclock.
The first quarterly meeting of the
Charity association will be held in the
home, 405 S. Campbell street, on Mon
day, October 14.
The first meeting of the Woman's
club was held Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. W. R. Brown, on Rio
Grande street There was a large
attendance to greet the president
Mrs. A. P. Averill, who had just ar
rived that morning. As she was fa
tigued from her journey, Mrs. Brown
consented to take charge of the meet
ing. The secretary read the minutes
of the last meeting and the reports of
the treasurer and the enairman of the
club house committee were given.
Mrs. Brown announced that the club
would hold its meetings at her home
until the third or fourth week In No
vember, when they would meet in the
Convention hall In the Hotel Paso del
Mrs. Francis L. Moore opened the
musical program with a piano solo,
Mrs. E. Kohlberg then addressed the
club with a most interesting and
forceful account of the Bi-ennial
meeting of the Woman's club, which
was held last June In San Francisco
and to which Mrs. Kohlberg went as a
delegate from the Woman's club of
this city. Mrs. Kohlberg spoke most
feelingly of Mrs. Sarah Piatt Decker,
ex-president of the Federation and
a warm personal friend of Mrs. Kohl
berg's whose death occurred shortly
after the bi-ennial was over. Mrs.
Kohlberg spoke also of the exciting
competition between the two candi
dates for presidency. Mrs. Percy V.
pennyhacker, of Texas, and Mrs. Philip
Carpenter, of New York, and of the
ultimate success, by a large number of
votes, of Mrs. Pennybacker. Mrs.
Kohlberg was given the honor of in
spector when the votes were cast
The next number of the program was
a violin solo by Miss Virginia Bean,
accompanied by Mrs. Bean. Miss Bean
responded graciously to an encore.
Mrs. Parvin Witte. chairman of the
music department of the club, then
gave an outline of the year's work
I in music, She said the first meeting,
I which Is to be given next Wednesday.
n uc uimw me direction or .xiiss
Florence Comfort and will h nr th
primitive style and the following meet
ings will continue through to the 13th
and 14 th centuries.
Mrs. Witte spoke of the opera which
Is to be given by the music depart
ment during the winter, under the di
rection of Mrs. J. J. Pearce.
Mrs. A P. Averill, the president of
the club, then addressed the women,
with an enthusiastic and pleasing talk
on plans for the year, dhe spoke of
how enthusiasm, develops character, but
of how character is tempered with
judgment and of her desire to see the
club a fraternity with the idea of 'To
get to give and consequently to grow."
Mrs. Averill announced her Inten
tion of being "at home" to all club
members every Tuescay. beginning with
her desire to know all members of the
At the conclusion of her speech Mrs.
ATerill was presented with a beautiful
boquet of white roses, tied with the
Club colors. Miss Eleanor Porcher
made a most gracious and charming
presentation speech, which told of the
desire of all club members to stand by
their president and of the esteem In
which she is held.
At the conclusion of Mrs. Averill's
address. Mrs. Parvin Witte sang "Elsa's
Dream,-' accompanied by Mrs. W. R.
-tieiresnments or ice and cake were
served in the pergola under the vines
and a reception was held under the di
rection of Mrs. A. W. Foster, chairman
of the social committee, and several of
Robert Washburn entertained a num
ber of his friends with a delightful
dance at his residence. 1517 Montana
! street on Saturday evening. The house
was artistically decorated in red car
nations, dahlias and ferns. During the
evening, punch was served and after
the dancing refreshments of ice cream
The invited guests were: Irene Bry
an, Holland Sharp. Alice Myles, Mary
White. Muriel Hoffecker, Dorcas Payne,
Mary Redmond. Aretus Bradley, Nellie
May Bowen, Beatrice Stiles. Elizabeth
Kelly. Mary Goggin. Katherine Pfaff,
Enid Ainsa, Marlon Ainsa, Queenie
Nebeker, Anne Magoffin. Nancle Ed
wards. Edith Robertson: Jack Happer.
Donald Grant. Harold Caldwell. Ralph
Carter, James Kilburn, Charles Kilburn.
Andrew Foster, Dave Hughes, Chris
Youngjohn, Homer Davis. Hugh Mc
Sweeney. William Race. Guv Hammett
Davis, Joe Magoffin. Louie Robertson:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAfee, Mr. and
Mrs. F. . L. Porres. Mrs. a E. Kelly.
Charles N. Bassett
Saturday evening the dance at the I
country club was enjoyed by a large
number of guests. The Country club
orchestra furnished the music Those
in attendance were:
Messrs. and Mesdames Waters Davis,
J. F. Williams. Harry Potter, James
Vance, William Marr, W. L. Gaines
S. C. McCurdy. H. Cleary. Davis
Mayfleld. Mrs. J. M. Dudley. Dr.
and Mrs. J. A. Pickett: Misses
Lucille Daniels, Olive Davis, Fran
ces Mayfleld. Marlon Young, Ruth
McCurdy. Hattie Ellis. Eileen Walz,
Wanda Race. Laura Gleason. Martha
Thurmond, Cool; Messrs. Gunther Less
ing. R. H. Blechel. Wallace Downing.
Page Kemp. Brltton Davis. Ted Davis,
Joe Wadlington. Ballard Coldwell, Geo.
Wines. R H. Wingo. Harry WIngo, Clay
Hize. Talbert Hill. Tom Newman. Gist
Russell, Garnett King. Bob Hollldav.
Drs. B. F. Clutter. J. M- Ridley. M. R
Wesson. E. R. Carpenter. Cants. J. R.
Hannay, Lieuts. J. C. Thomas, H. Pence,
W. E. Holllday.- J. R. Hill. J. L. Dodge.
B. C. Lockwood, W. F. Nicholson.
Cnnxes of Innomiiln.
The most common cause of insomnia
is disorders of the stomach and con
stipation. Chamberlain's Tablets cor
reot thes? disorders and enable you to
sleep. For sale by all dealers.
T. B, Carhart has
switchman on the T. P.
a position as
Geo. Yancy. switchman on the T.
is laying off for a few shifts.
G. C Stevenson, brakeman on the S.
P., is laying off for a few trips.
J. W. Johnson, brakeman on the G.
H, is laying off for a few days.
E. Boggs has a position on the
Southwestern as car repairer.
W. L. Erwin, passenger fireman on
the G. H., has reported for duty.
Burt Kelly, engineer on tha G. H. at
Fe, is laying off for a, short time.
Geo. Jamison has a position on the
G. H. at Sanderson as switchman.
Pete Sly. conductor pn the Santa Fe
at San Marcial, has reported for duty.
The Southwestern worked an extra
switch engine in the yards Sunday
Brakeman Brant of the T. P., is
working in the yards in temporary
Fireman Trinkle, of the T. P.. has
reported for duty, after being off a
Harry Howell is a new switchman
employed by the T. P. in the Bl Paso
Walter Loggan. engineer on the
Southwestern at Tucumcarl, has report
ed for duty.
J. E. Jones; formerly a switchman on
the G. H. in El Paso, has left for Los
L. M. Clark, brakeman pn the T. P..
has reported for duty, after being off
for one trip.
H. Sheppard, yardmaster for the
Santa Fe at San Marcial, has reported
Engineer Kellogg, of the T. P., has
reported for duty, after being off for
a few days.
J. M Gibson, switchman on the T.
P., is working as engine foreman for
a few days.
H. S. Fairbanks, trainmaster for the
Southwestern at Carrlzozo, spent Sat
urday in El Paso.
Engineer Petersen, of the Santa Fe
Belen cutoff, is spending a few day3
Bud Appling, formerly a brakeman on
the Southwestern. Is now on the police
force at Los Angeles.
Agent Pettrus, of the G. H.. at Mar
athon, has returned home, after a few
days' visit In El Paso.
H. P. Johnson, porter on the G. H.
who has been sick for several days, is
now improving rapidly.
Tod Farmer, formerly a pumper on
the G. H., Is now located in EI Paso and
is working as a painter.
Switchman Stewart. of the G. H. in
El Paso, has been sent to Sanderson to
work there a few days.
Jake Holmes, who has been worklntr
on the Santa F bridge gang for some
time, is now in El Paso.
Brakeman O'Toole, of tha Santa Fe,
accompanied by his wife, has left El
Paso for a trip to St Louis.
John Shoemaker, night yardmaster
ior ine x. i:. is laying on. u. John
son Is relieving Mr. Shoemaker.
Everitt Smith, brakeman on the G.
H. out of San Antonio. Is in El Paso on
a 30 days" leave of absence.
Bark Kelly, engineer on the G. H. at
Del Rio. has been assigned to a run
between Sanderson and Valentine.
J. O'Hara. formerly an employe of the
round house of the Southwestern at
Carrizozo. is now located In El Paso.
M. D. Choquette, a brakeman who has
been in El Paso for some time on ac
count or his health, is much improved.
W. E. Clark, conductor on the S. r.
has resigned from the service and con
ductor E. B. Casey has taken his place.
J. A. Walker, brakeman on the G. H.
extra board, is relieving brakeman J.
W. Johnson, while the latter Is laying
Ben Cooley, conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial. is laying off a few
days. Conductor J. A. Butler is reliev
Charles Terry, conductor for the
Southwestern at Tucumcarl, has re
turned home after spending a few days
in El Paso.
Mrs. George Jamison has joined her
husband in Sanderson, where Mr, Jam
ison has a position as switchman or
the G. H.
W. L Lucase and D. J. 'Mahoney,
switchmen on the G. H at El Paso, have
been transferred to Valentine for tem
John Thompson, day herder on the
T. P., who has been off for several
days on account of being sick, has ro
ported for duty.
Bob Covington, conductor, who re
cently res'gned from the service of the
Santa Fe. will move to San Antonio,
Tex., to locate.
Harry Hannun, formerly yardmaster
at Las Vegas, N. M. for the Santa Fe.
now has a position as conductor out of
Cap. Sutton, conductor on the Santa
Fe, has reported for duty. Victor Rud
Fe. has reported for duty. Victor An
derson is relieving Mr. Sutton.
The Harvey house of the Santa Fe
at Belen, which was badly torn open
recently, has been repaired by the rail
road house gang.
Frank Passage, brakeman on the
Santa Fe at San Marcial. has reported
for duty, after being off for some time
wnn an injurea ioot.
J. A. Butler, brakeman on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial. who has-been work
ing as conductor a few trips, is now
back braking again.
Cap Sutton, conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial. is laying off for a
couple of trips. Conductor Anderson is
relieving Mr. Sutton.
Conductor Sheay. of the T. P.. has re
ported for duty, after a few days' lay
off. C. S. Eckard, who relieved him.
is back braking again.
Perry Ross, Southwestern call boy.
who has been sick In Hotel DIeu for
some time, expects to be able to go to
work in a short time.
Mrs. Peterson, mother of conductor
W. P. Peterson, of the Santa Fa. who
has been sick in Albuquerque for soma
time, is now Improving.
J. H. Allison, formerly a switchman
OF THE SOUTHWEST
on the G. H. at Valentine, now has a
position as engineer on the Mexico
North Western out of Juarez.
Henry Milich, formerly & fireman on
the eastern division of the Southwest
ern, has purchased an automobile and
is now In business for himself.
The Santa Fe is employing a lot of
new men now. as the cattle and dried
fruit rush will begin soon and many
new crews will have to be put on.
C M. Berryhill. brakeman on one of
the worktralns of the western division
of the Southwestern, has reported for
duty after being off for a few days:
Brakeraen Frank Blakemore and
Rogers, of the Santa Fe, have been as
signed to conductor Cap Sutton's crew
and are now running out of El Paso.
Will Adams, cook on the G. H bridge
gang, has reported for duty, after be
ing off for 30 days, which he spent In
El Paso visiting his two daughters.
Alfred Pelton. machinist for tha
Santa Fe at San Marcial, has returned
home, after visiting a few days In El
Paso. He was accompanied by his
A. B. Campbell, the Santa Fe brake
man who was injured some time ago
by falling from a train, is improving
slowly. He is still In the hospital in
G. Carpenter, formerly a conductor
on the Santa, Fe at Las Vegas. N. M
died recently In Georgia. Mr. Carpen
ter worked for a short time on the G.
H. out of Del Ivio as brakeman.
Frank Appel, switchman on the G. H,
who has been working nights as engine
herder, has given it up to take a day
job as engine foreman and switchman.
Willie Weed has taken the night herder
H. H. Ellis, fireman on the S. P., who
has been visiting his brother in Al
buquerque for a few days, has left that
city on his way to Tennessee, where he
will visit a while before returning to
Mike Brennan, who recently resigned
his position as engineer on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has moved to Santa
Rita. N. M., where he expects to go to
work for a 'mining company as hoisting
Engineer Morriss, of the Santa Fe at
Wellington. Kas.. accomnanlfv! hv hie
wife, is visiting In El Paso. Mr. Mor
riss likes El Paso and will locate here
if he can secure employment in his line
Ed Ellis, the Santa Fe engineer who
was injured in the wreck near Las
Cruces several weeks ago, is now able
to be out again. He lives at Albuquer
que and resigned from the service soon
after the wreck.
The G. H. bridge gang Is here putting
in the new turntable, which, when com
pleted, will ne one of the largest and
best in the southwest Flies are now
being driven and all other work will
be rushed right through.
B. B. Cargo and two sons. R. E. and
Herbert Cargo, have returned to Lo
raine, Ohio. R. E. Cargo is the Santa
Fe brakeman who recently lost an arm
near El Paso. They will return to EI
Paso in a few months. Mr. Cargo, sen
ior, is a master mechanic at Loratne.
The Southwestern is still shiDninc-
laborers out to the Tucson extension.
Many of them, after working- for a
few days, quit and go somewhere else,
which puts the company to a great deal
of trouble. The work, it is said, is not
hard and good men would be able to
put in several months' work out there.
EXPLOSIVES IN GARBAGE CANS
MENACE TO DISPOSAL PLANT
"People should be careful of what
they pot in their garbage," said
Charles Le Baron, superintendent of
the sewage disposal plant "Often we
receive sealed gasoline cans and other
explosive material that may do great
damage to the plant and may Injure
the men working there.
"These cans are sometimes burled
deep in a wagon load of garbage and
other refuse and are not discovered
until after they have been thrown in
to the furnaces. While there Is no
fliud In these sealed cans, yet the gas
remains in them and can cause severe
"Sometimes cartridges are thrown in.
Now. one or two cartridges would not
do any damage unless they happened
to explode upward while the covers are
off the furnaces, but if several cart
ridges were thrown in at one time
they might cause great damage."
ELKS PLAN SMOKER
FOR CLOSE OF JUBILEE
As a fitting close to the Os-Aple
Jubilee, local Elks are planning a
Smoker to be given on the night of
October 24. It is expected that a num
ber of visiting Elks will be in the
eity at that time and that they will
remain here for the celebration.
Plans for the smoker, while under
way. have not yet been completed, but
it is planned to make this smoker a
novel one, in keeping with the spirit
of jubilee times and to have many
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