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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, October 10, 1912 II
Style, Comfort and Wear to
the Utmost Degree "
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selected ior its quality,
strength and suitability
luiiuicsmuca. lac&uucr- smS2&tg
iority of Honorbilt Shoes
is established beyond
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cannot be secured any
where for the same money.
Ask your dealer for, Mayer
Honorbilt Shoes. If not obtain
able, write to us.
WARNING Be sure and
look for the Mayer name
and trade mark on the sole
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m all styles for men, women and
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Tuesday morning at S oclock at the
Immaculate Conception church J. H.
Price and Miss Edith Hailes were
united in matrimony by Rev. Father
Hoy. Chas. Hied acted as best man.
Miss Hailes was attended by Miss Kate
Mulcahy. After the ceremony break
fast was served to the wedding party
at the Pullman Cafe.
The young: couple received many
beautiful gif ts. Mr. and Mrs. Price will
be at home to their friends at 2216
One of the loveliest home weddings
of the season was that of Miss Ruth
Ravel and Charles Colnan Dawedoff,
which was solemnized on Sunday even
ing at the home of the bride's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Erman Ravel, 1816
Boulevard. The house was beautifully
decorated in potted plants, ferns, palms
and pink and white carnations.
Promptly at 6:30 the orchestra be
gan the strains of Lohengrin's wedding
march, and the bridal party entered
the drawlngroom, where the ceremony
took place. The groom and his broth
er, George Dawedoff, entered first, then
came the bridesmaids. Misses Sophie
Ravel, who was lovely in an accordeon
pleated white chiffon over pink roes
saline and Miss Anna Dawedoff, in
bine Chiffon over messaline.
The bride entered with her parents,
and 'was charming in white charmause
en train, trimmed in baby Irish lace
and pearls. Her long tulle veil was
caught witn a wreatn or orange eios
soms and she carried a shower bouquet
of bride's roses and ferns. Little Miss
Anna Ravel acted as flower girl, and,
noon entering the room, pinned a car
nation on every one present.
The ceremony was performed by
Rabbi Martin Zielonka, and following
it a delicious supper was served to the
guests, -who were: Rabbi and Mrs.
Martin Zielonka, Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Cohen. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stolaroff, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Stolaroff. Mr. and Mrs. D.
Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zlabovsky.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bellman. Mr. .' and
Mrs. A. Zlabovsky. Mesdames E. Klein.
Harry Krupp, L Snyder. L Grosseblatt,
H. Goldman. D. Heffelfinger, G. Joel,
I. Huttman: Misses Celia Goldman,
Kate Merkin. Josie Tipton. Bertha
Gldosky, Pauline Feldman, Stella Zla
bovsky, Fannie Snyder Ida Krupp,
Florence Klein. Anna Stolaroff, Laura
Dawedoff and Rebecca Merkin: Messrs.
Joe Rosen.wasser, Dave Merkin. Louis
RaveL Joe Merkin, Ernest Schwartz,
Paul Krupp, A. Calvin and S. Rosen
wasser. The bride is the charming daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Erman Havel, of this
city, and the groom is the proprietor
of the Geneva Jewelry company. They
will be at home to their friends at
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I don't mean that you are to use a
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a century I have been trying to con
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genuine, something better than others
have for the cure of stubborn, chronic
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ache, for annoying calls to urinate. But
it is hard to convince people they try
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white, with rose colored backing. The
facing, of pale ice blue satin, is pleated
softly around the crown inside. At
the edge of the brim It Is folded over
onto the outside, where it disappears
under the velvet drapery. The only
trimming is a brilliant rhlnestone bow.
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xe xiuhiw xuroan ox seal by her mothen Mrs. Solon cfa on
uruwn juus.-j, witn a ia.ncy leainer or- me piano.
nament, resembling a large white
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TVi firt T-ftiriilar meetlnsr of the mu
sic department of the Woman's club
was held on "Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. W. R. Brown on West
Rio Grande street. The spacious
rooms of the home were crowded and
an excellent program of primitive and
folk music was given under the direc
tion of Miss Florence Comfort. Mr3.
Pan-in Witte. the chairman, opened
the meeting and the business of the
club was discussed for a few minutes.
Mrs. W. R. Brwon spoke of the ideals
of the -club. She said that it was the
Idea to make El Paso musical and that
the way to accomplish this was to go
to musicals and in order to cultivate a
musical atmosphere among the chil
dren it was necessary for the thinking
women to see that the children heard
Mrs. A. F. Sievers was elected vice
chairman of the music department of
the club and Mrs. Rosy Loomls secre
tary. Mrs. A. F. Sievers gave a most
Interesting and logical talk on primi
tive and folk music She spoke of
music as the youngest art and said
there was not enough research work
done by the m3j-rity of musicians.
Mrs. Sievers said in speaking of
primitive music that there was no idea
of pitch and tnat the clapping of
hands and beating of sticks on shields
gave the idea of resonance while strik
ing, being most inarticulate, very weak
and very narrow. In Intervals of one
r-half tone. Their forms of musical in
struments were rattles and later pipes
and the lyre.
In degard to the development of the
folk song. It was said that at first
they were heard by men going about
telling long tales and chantins them
monotonously. The gypsies were
spoken of as being not creative, the
German music as the fartherest away
from the folk song and the Chinese
music as having no scale, of only five
tones, the beauty lying In a single
tone, going from ear to heart and
thence to soul, as the Chinese de
"Music" Mrs. Sievers said, is the
purest art of real nature and origin,
the motto of which should be "My
kingdom is not of this world. "
Mrs. Francis L. Moore opened the
musical program with two Cuban
dances, artistically executed on the
Miss Florence Comfort sang beauti
fully "Un Nino Ciegoclso" and "Can
don de Maja," Samoan folk songs and
"My Ain Kind Dearie O," a Welsh
Miss Comfort was accompanied
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main healthy are those "who prepare
their systems In advance of baby's
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finds her system unequal to the de
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being thus prepared by Mother's
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The. usual Saturday night dance will
be given at the Country club on .Sat
urday evening. ThcCloudcroftorches
tra wlirfurnish the music
A meeting of the patronesses of the
Os-Aple Jubilee will be held this after
noon in the women's rest room of Ho
tel Sheldon. The meeting will be held
' at 4 o'clock and general plans for the
ball on the night of October 22 will
be discussed. The Invitations to the
ball will be issued late this week.
They will be engraved and will be
.Bob Moore, chairman of the enter
tainment committee, reports that all
the patronesses have 'been chosen. Mr.
Moore also reports that many auto
mobile owners are donating the use
of their cars for the two hours from
9 to 11 o'clock on Friday morning. Oc
tober 25. The visiting women will be
taken on a trip about the city in the
cars. The following have donated the
use of their cars to date. Mayfield
Realty company, M. L. Burkhead. M.
Coblentz, Jake Miller, Lee Orndorff, A.
F. Kerr, Perry-Kirkpatrlck Realty
company, A. L. Lathrop, Tom Newman,
H. R. McClintock, Dave Crockett and
The "Hai-Wai" dance will be given
on Friday. October 11, at the Elk's
cvlub. Invitations have been issued
and a card will be presented at the
These Are the Symptoms:.
1 Pain la the hack '
3 Too frequent desire to urinate.
3 Burning or obstruction of urine.
4 Pain or soreness in the bladder.
5 Prostatic trouble.
Gas or pain In the stomach.
7 General debility, weakness, dizzi
ness. S Pain or soreness under right rib
0 Swelling in any part of the body.
10 Constipation or liver trouble.
11 Palpitation orpaln under thehearj
12 Pain in the hip Joint.
13 Pain In the neck or head.
14 Pain or soreness in the kidneys.
15 Pain or swelling of the joints.
16 Pain or swelling of the muscles.
17 Pain and soreness In nerves.
IS. Acute or chronic rheumatism.
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein then dellcrhted
her hearers with two vocal solos.
"When the Nightingale Shall Sing." a
troubadour song and "Sally in Our Al
ley," a song made famous ' by Maud
Adams in "Peter Pan." beautifully ac-
i-uiiipauieu ay -airs. J. J. .fearce.
jiiss nena tjarr sang "au xnrougn
the Night" in a voice of rich contralto
tone, and was accompanied by Miss
Miss' Comfort then sang four Ger
man songs. "Du, DU Uegs Mir Un
Herzen," "Funis du Hast Die Gans,"
"Morgen Muss Ich Sort" and "Mus I
Den Zum Stadtle," accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Solon Comfort.
Farvln Witte sang "Dearest Maiden,
a Norwegian folk song; "Ah! See the
Old Pear Tree," Russian; "The Out
law," Bulgarian, and was artistically
accompanied by A. F. Sievers.
The next numbers on the program
were Samoan folk songs, two Scotch
dances and three Hungarian dances,
delightfully played by A. F. Sievers.
Mr. Witte sang "The Musician," a
Grecian folk sontr. an SnlMno" frnm
f the Moorish, and Mr. Sievers closed the
program vrnti two Japanese folk
Miss Florence Comfort read sketches
of the selections beforp. thir ij-bt-o -r-
ecuted, which made It more interest
At the meeting of the United Daugh
ters of the Confederacy on Monday
afternoon it was announced that the
chapter was invited to meet during the
ensuing year with different members.
The hostesses will be Mesdames C E.
Kelly, Guy Hammett. J. E. Bowen. Alice
Barlow, W. J. Buie and Miss Josephine
At the directors' meeting of1 the mu
sic department of the Woman's club
on Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. A. M.
Loomis was elected a director of the
clJb- -lrs- R F- Moss and Miss Kath
ertne lnn were elected Into full mem
bership of the club. The courtesies of
the organization were extended to
Mesdames H. E. Christie. Peyton J. Ed
wards, Royal Jackman and Robin
The quarterly meetintr of the. tvnnriiv
association will be held at the rooms
at 305 South Campbell street on Octo
ber 11. at 3.0 oclock in the afternoon.
A large attendance has been requested,
as the directors wish the members to
seo the work that is being done in the
house and important business Is to be
Mrs. A. J. LiErhtfrtn? Ant,rtnnoj fViA
AT," 3 11(1 T,.,. T "XT fA(ltntAm. a 9 i T. A., r-1 h v n .. X Of- , t . . .
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Pass Christian. Miss., accompanied by 111C Arizona street, on Wednesday
wieir uiiuanier, aiiss Georgia Jiay ile- ""icrjiuun. aiie decorations ot the
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We sell Scrip Books Interchangeable between all TEXAS LINES.
Face value 530 Q0. Sale price 25.00.
Colon, Panama, $83.25 Via New Orleans,
About El ' Pasoans
Mrs. E. E. Hess, of 1327 Myrtle, is
recovering from a recent operation in
a local hospital.
C. V. Murry Is confined to Hotel Dieu
from the effects of an operation.
Mrs. Georgia Cook is ill at her home
in the Brazos flats, from the result of
a surgical operation.
rain, Seed, Poultry Supplies
Perfection Hen and Chick Food
Mail Orders Given Careful Attention
Second and Chihuahua
H! NOT HUH, OIL OB SALTS,
OUT DELICIOUS "SYRUP OF FIGS"
Give your stomach, liver and 30 feet of bowels a thorough
cleansing without gripe or nausea. Ends headache,
biliousness, indigestion and constipation.
Qat Of Town Visitors
and no more unpleasant work
keeping them clean. ForSani
Fkuh will qaiekly make them
white a new without scrubbing
or touching the bowl with the
Glathery, en route to California points.
are stopping over in El Paso, visiting
their son, J. C McGlathery.
TVe have some bargains in heavy tim
bers. Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
Mutt and Jeff Appear Every Day in thp El Z7a3 Serald
Sani-Flash is a powdered chemical
compound disinfectant and deo
dorant easy to use and harmless
to bowl and plumbing. Cet a can
to-day and be worried no more by
a discolored water-closet bowl.
25 cents a can atyoar
grocer's or druggist's
! j 1 1 Ladies' Shoes 1
I J t you ever saw for
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110 MESA AVE. i
l A i LILT XfKx I kITii eSim TninnJ ?TiW7?ll I
uiiuiis ia"ie were in tne lorm or a
miniature lake, in the center, surround
ed by ferns. The afternoon was spent
in sewing and a delicious salad course
was served by the hostess.
Those present were: Mesdames W. L.
Sawyer, W. H. Crowell, J. French. E.
Eckherst. W. D. Peyton, William Alrd.
Misses Nettie Sawyer and Marguerite
Mrs. A. A, Melcher will entertain the
Kensington club, on Wednesday after
noon. October lfi.
The Sunshine Helpers met Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. Bobin Gould in
the Fiske apartments. The following
officers for the ensuing year were
elected: President, Miss Florence Cos;
vice president. Mrs. Robin Gould; sec
retary, Mrs. C. A. Relnemund; treas
urer. Miss Anne Weeks. -Mrs. Gould
will serve as chairman of the look
out committee, and Miss Walker Mc
Clellan as chairman of the music com
A great deal of work for the fol
lowing year was discussed and planned.
Miss Walker McCIellan entertained
with two vocal numbers. Miss Weeks
with two readings, and Mrs. Gould with
a piano solo, a dainty salad course
was served by the hostess. Those pres
ent were: Mrs. Relnemund, Miss
Walker McCIellan, Miss Anne Weeks,
Miss Florence Cox. Miss Carter, Miss
Bramwell, Miss Effio Warren.
The nest meeting will be Monday.
October 14, wlti Mrs. Relnemund, 621
North Santa Fe.
This wonderful fruit laxative acts as
a liver and bowel cleanser tonic not
as an irritant Its action is natural and
gentle no griping. Jt Is delicious no
dreading. It is positive and prompt
If your stomach Is sour and filled
with vile gases, your head aches, or
you are bilious, nervous, dizzy, half
sick, your tongue coated, your thirty
feet of bowels clogged with waste not
properly carried off don't wait Surely
take a teaspoonful of delicious Syrup of
Figs to-night, and in the morning all
constipated -waste, sour bile, gases and
poisons will move on and out of the
system, gently but thoroughly no
griping no nausea no weakness. In
the old daj-s.pe.QpIe let these matters
run until they needed a large dose of
physic then they took something1
severe, like castor oil, salts or cathar
tics, that meant abuse to the bowels.
These are the days of the gentle and
natural the days of Syrup o Figs.
This way you are not drugging your
self. Syrup of figs being composed en
tirely of'lusciou figs, senna, and aro
matics can not cause injury.
Ask your druggist for. Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna," and look
for the name, California Fig Syrup
Company on the label. This Is the
genuine old reliable. Any other so
called Fig Syrup is an imitation often
meant to deceive you. Refuse such
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Texas State Fair
Sale Oct. 11th to 27th. Limit 28th
Dinners and Luncheons
Mrs. Frances M. Usher entertained in
formally recently at the Country club
with a dinner. Covers were laid for
El Pasoans Returning
Gives your Boy a start.
Phpne 1 147. J. P. MuUa Pre
Miss Julia Coldwell, who has been
spending the last five months In San
irancsi.o and po'nts in California '
expectei to return to El Paso the, las
of the week.
Mr. Albert Taylor and His New Company, Presenting
The Best of New Plays at Popular Prices
Matinees every Wed., Sat. and Sunday at 3 p. m.
Adults, 20c; children, 10c.
New shows every Sunday, Monday and Thursday.
Curtain night, 8:30. 25c, 35c.
Phone Ryan's and Have Your Tickets Held