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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, November 4, 1912 ' Vx.
REGULAR MATINEE SUNDAY AT 3 O'CLOCK
SPECIAL SCHOOL CHILDREN MATINEE
MONDAY AT 3:30 P. M. Popular Prices.
Children Under 12 Years, 50c Any Seat.
MISS ELSIE ST. LEON
Greatest Dramatic Success
Polly of the Circus
and A NOTABLE COMPANY OF PLAYERS
St. Leon Family of Bare Back Riders and Gymnasts
A REAL CIRCUS ON THE STAGE.
Prices Evenings: 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
Matinee Sunday: 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
Mr. Albert Taylor nisZ?m
Tonight, Tuesday and "Wednesday'
Matinee and Wednesday Evening
GEO. COHAN'S LAUGHING SUCCESS
THE FORTUNE HUNTER
SEATS AT RYAN'S 25c AND
Bull Gowns With Popular Panxer
Effect Prove Popular; Style Hmts
MADAME FASHION is appear
ing this year as a sort of
glorified fairy godmother and
n dressing the modern Cinderella for
the ball, utilizes the most plebian ma
terials with most gorgeous effect.
For one of her most noteworthy
achievements she has taken common
glass and spun it in shimmering, shin
ing, silky lengths until it is as fine as
feathers and as light as down and
with such ornaments she has graced
.lie coiffures of her proteges Among
ill the novelties of the season, orna
ments for the hair this year are
notable The spun glass is utilized as
a. cockade mounted upon a rose, each
petal formed of tarnished gold pail
lettes 'Worn with a frock of gold
-olored charmeuse, this proved most j
cecoming 10 a rawei wnuau aujutM
nraving hair almost matched the shin
ing surface of the satin.
The white hat will be very good this
winter, so matter what the weather
la like, and the trimming, like the
gfiape itself, -will be white, with a
touch of color under the brim. In
Bhape. the white bat will be like the
Spanish sailor, but the shape of the
brims will vary, the trimmings being
mainly of ribbon or perky looking
feathers. White hats of plush will be
good in the small hats this winter,
ind -will be trimmed in vivid colors.
For smart afternoon occasions one
Bees a good deal of the oldfashioned
The dance at the Couptry club Satur
day evening was an enjoyable affair.
Among those present were. Ma and
Mrs. Francis Usher. Capt and Mrs.
John R. Hacnaj, Capt. and Mrs. G. S.
rimonds, Dr and Mrs. James Vance, Mr.
and Mrs. H T Edgar. Mr. and Mrs. H.
ri Potter. Mr and Mrs. W. E Race, Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs.
Waters Davis, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mc
Jhntock, Mr. and Mrs. Alves Dixon, Mr.
ind Mrs Arthur Harris, Mrs. William
Peck Misses Olive Davis, Eileen Walz,
Martha Thurmond, Lemire Nebeker,
I.aura Gleason, Anna Lee Gaines., Alice
W ulff, Wanda Race, Weeks, Lauramand
1- ink. Marion Young, Frances Mayfield,
Hattie Ellis, Carrie Race; Capts. J. L.
Dodge. H. N. Cootes, W. L. Hart; Lieut.
L. V Greer. W. J. Nicholson. W. F Rob
inson, A K Krogstadi R C Halloway.
George S. Ga, W. S. Sturgill, Messrs.
Britton Davis. Garnett King, Gunther
Leasing, Ted Dais, Gist Russell, Dr. B.
R Carpenter, E. Tinker. George Wines,
X . V. Sterling, "Wallace Downing, Joe
"V adlington. Russell Ramev, Harry
Kamey, Talbert Hill, Dr B F. Clutter.
Jervis Dean, Ralph Wingo.
The ball tendered Gen Trucy Aubert,
of Juarez, was held Sunday night in the
Juarez custom house. Juarez society
rallied in full force on the spacious
floor of the historic patio, where two
presidents once met and where semi
official functions since have been held.
Bright blue and brilliant braid of the
Mexican officers' uniforms blended With
the civilians' garb and the floor was
flooded with swaying dancers. A few
Americans from El Paso were invited.
Refreshment were served in one cor
ned of. the ball. The dance was given
by a group of friends of the Juarez mil
ltar". commander, who, during his brief
stay in the Mexican border city, has
acquired much popularity.
The officers and their wives will en
tertain their friends with a dance at
Ft Bliss on Friday evening.
Will Pay Cash
for 50 foot corner,
north of tracks, on
Mesa or Oregon,
south of Boulevard.
Tobin Real Estate
The Perfection Broom
Ask Your Dealer to Show Yon a
Rio Grande ($f) Broom
P. O. Box 829. Bell 1240
Rio Grande Broom Co.
MON. 9, 10, 11
35c MATINEE 10c AND 20c
plum color, which our grandmothers
delighted in for their stiff silks and
Century old bracelets are in favor
now, but not the heavy, massive,
carved bands popular 46 or 50 years
ago. Pearls are not much used on ac
count of their costliness and frailness.
Jade la good, closely set in bangles.
The black velvet wrist with a jeweled
clasp is occasionally seen.
Some of the new coats have a vest
of contrasting material, which may be
removed if desired.
When planning a brown costume,
especial care must be given to the
exact tint of the color chosen. Some
browns are best combined with yel-j
low. others with red. and no other
color will bring out the lights and
shades of the particular material as
well. In fact, it is extraordinary how
much richer and deeper a red brown
will look if a touch of Vivid red is in;
A stylish, yet girlish frock, is one
with & straight, narrow skirt, high
waist line and baby blue trimming
White chiffon was used for the ma
terial and was made over a foundation
of pale blue satin. Ruches of chiffon
were the principal trimming, used to
edge the neck and sleeves. The girl
ish effect -was carried out by a girdle
of blue satin, tied in bows and ends
at the back.
A Chinese party was given -Saturday
afternoon by the Misses Amy Sehutz
and Delia Kiefer in honor of Miss Ma
rian Campbell; The invitations were
issued on Chinese not paper and the
decorations and refreshments helped to
carrv out the Chinese idea
J i When the guests entered the house.
tbej were greeted by the odors of
' burning joss sUcks. After they were
l ill assembled, they were set to work to
' tigure out a Chinese pi, after which
each present wrote one of ner favorite
recipes, which were later put in & case
with other recipes and presented to tbe
guest of honor.
Refreshments of Chinese noodles, tea
and rice -wafers and Chinese candy and
nuts were served, and before the guests
departed, each was asked to contribute
a sentence to a Chinese romance.
Those invited were the Misses Marian
Campbell, Hilda Sorenson, Anna Soren
son, Kate Krause, Jenevie Anderson,
Isabel Kell, Monica Gallagher. Flora
Campbell. Maude Kiefer, Florence Clark,
Emma Hoffman, Rhoda Albro, Jenny
Blumenthal. Sybil Shedd, Elsie Kohl
berg. Florence Hanson: Mesdames J. L.
Campbell. H. L. Knickerbocker, S." A.
Vaugban, H. L. Mitchell, O. A. Daniel
son. H. B. Durkee, W. R. Brown, Leila
Moore. R. Gilchrist, A. E. Sehutz. Syd
ney Hockett. Sydney Hockett, jr.. and
Miss Cannon, state secretary for Flor
ida of the Philathea movement, will de
liver a lecture to all young people of
the city at the Houston Square chapel
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 oclock.
and on Wednesday evening at eight
The W H. M. S. of the First Meth
odist church will meet with Mrs. J. F.
Kllburn. 1206 Magoffin avenue, on
Tuesday at 2:45 oclock.
Rev. Dr. R. W. Allen, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, of Paris,
m., was the guest over Sunday in this
city of Rev. C. L. Overstreet and wife.
Dr. Allen is on his way to California.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Aid society of the First Presbyterian
church will be held Tuesday afternoon
at three oclock.
St. Clement's guild will hold a meet
ing on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
oclock in the parish house of the
church The members will sew for the
El Pasoans Returning
Miss Milda Connelly Is in the city,
from San Marcos, Texas, where she Is
attending the Normal. Miss Connelly
will be one of the bride's maids in
the Staford-Noake wedding.
Beat ef Medicine for Children.
"I am very glad to say a few words
in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy" writes Mrs. Lida Dewey. Milwau
kee, Wis. "I have used it lor years
both for my children and myself and
it never falls to relieve and cure a
cough or cold. No family with children
shomld be without It as it gives almost
immediate relief in cases of croup."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleas
ant and safe to take, which is of great
importance when a medicine mu6t be
gien to oung children For sale by
all dealers Advertisement, I
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The Sunshine Workers met at the
home of Mrs. J. H. Hirt. 814 Upson
avenue, Friday afternoon. The house
was beautifully decorated with white
chrysanthemums and ivy. the color
, scheme being white and green, whieh
was so skilfully carried our, in the
refreshments. A Mexican orchestra,
hidden behind a bank or palms, fur
nished music during tne afternoon. A
great deal of sewing for the Sunshine
day nursery was accomplished, 41
pieces being completed. Those pres
ent were: Mrs. William Hogarth, Mrs.
J. J. Pearce, Mrs. William H. F. Judd,
Mrs W T rViir V,. tw ir -kti .
Harry Greer, Mrs Frank Turner, Mrs.
J. Karr, Mrs. Battelle White. Mrs. F.
A. Mayhew, Mrs. J. R. Hunter. Mrs.
James Crawford, Mrs. H. R. McCHn
tock, Mrs. F. W. McConnell, Mrs. J. H.
Hirt. Mrs. C. F. Elliott, Mrs. J. E.
Monroe and Mrs. A. J. Fraser.
Saturday at the home of Mrs. Van C.
Wilson, 1819 Montana street, the Handi
craft shop held an interesting display
of handiwork. Knitting, embroidery,
crocheting? oil painting, water colors,
art and crafts work, all by El Paso
women, were exhibited It was I all
beautifully done. Many orders were
left and tea was served in the dining
room by Mrs. Benj Sherrod, Mrs. Har
ris Walthall and the Misses .Poole. Tne
Handicraft shop will be open all daj
Tuesday to the nublic This la a means
afofrded many deserving women of
disposing of their work, which they
otherwise would be unable to do.
The Charity association office is
crowded every morning with women
who want relief or work. If the public
would send more laundry, more women
could be employed. It is the policy that
all able bodied applicants must work.
The Charity hopes to suppress the beg
ging on the streets from door .to door,
and its officers suggest that no person
should give aid to a beggar without
investigating the worthiness of his
case. Warm clothing of all kinds for
women and children Is greatly needed.
Many sick are lying on bare floors, or
on the bare ground. If the people would
contribute cots, beds or comforters the
association would be able to dispense a
great deal of relief.
Miss Sue Lattner was hostess of the
Beta Beta club on Saturday afternoon
Delicious refreshments were served and
several non-members ef the elub were
Dinners and Luncheons
Saturday evening Dr. and Mrs.
James Vance entertained at dinner in
honor of Miss Laura Gleason. whose
marriage to Lieut W. F Williams
will occur this evening, at the home
of the bride-elect's aunt, Mrs. J. F.
Williams. Mrs. Vance's table was In
pink. A large boquet of pink roses
decorated the center of the table,
while pink candles and shades added
the touch of color. A delicious eight
cours dinnAf -wajs SArvML tti montl
being carried out in the same shade i
Those Bf agent. wf ., Xaura
Ofeason, iirWn '"WalzJ JCnna Lee,
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Nebeker; Lieut. W. F. Robinson. Mes- i
srs. Ted Davis, Gist Russell. Garnett ,
King, Britton Davis; Dr, and Mrs.
After the dinner, the party attended
the dance at the Country club.
Ice cream is a delicious desert, sum
mer or -winter. Order now for Sunday.
Elite Confectionery. Adv.
Princess Declares That
Americans Are Money-Mad
New Tork, Nov 4. "Americans ar
the bst dressed as well as the mos
Puffing on a gold-tinned cixare
hotel Ritz-Carlton, the Viscountess S
prlncese Mansfelld. said the above th
The princess is one of the most b
crossed the Atlantic to America She I
blonde hair, big blue eyes, with a baby
MISS HALUE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2046, day;
and 345, night.
A Clever Coat Dress
Made of the heaviest wool spon
dothi Ws dnft ft deetesedV to hi
wnr ln 1H ttMf4,' , ,.. T
rich chocolate brown, with the same
material in oyster -white used for the
vest, collar and sleeve decorations.
The buttons and belt buckle are of
The cut of the dress makes it look
like a coat and skirt, but it is really
a dress, as the front panel and lower
part of the skirt are Joined to the
coat effect at the stitching.
e monei. mad " "American women are
t extravagant In the world."
y from the dreadful noise of their big
t in her luxurious apartment in the
ings about New Yorkers,
eautiful titled women that has ever
s tall and stately, has a wealth of
JESS? of jffljilg8
fliilti illli in?
Three weddings will occur this week,
in which the El Paso society set is
very much interested. Tonight Miss
Laura Gleason will become the bride of
Lieut. W. F. Robinson, 18th infantry, at
the home of the bride-elect's aunt. Mrs.
J. F. Williams.
On Tuesday e ening Miss Adine Noake
will become the bride of T. J. Stafford,
the wedding to take place at the First
On Wednesday evening, at the First
Presbyterian church, Miss Marian
Campbell and Harry Sehutz will be
"united ln marriage.
Saturdaj evening at the parsonage of
the First Trinity church Miss Eliza
Halloway and G. C. Richerson were
united in marriage by Rev C Wesley
Webdell, the pastor.' Mrs. Herman Bell
recelVed the guests at the door. She
wore an elaborate gown of blue satin,
draped in chiffon, spangled and hand
In the receiving line were Mr. and
Mrs. C H. Halloway, mother and father
of the bride. Mrs. G. W. Dennis and
Mrs. C Wesley Webdell. Mrs. Hallo
way"s gown was a handsome black
crepe de chine and she carried red
roses. Mrs. Dennis wore a hand em
broidered white margulsette and carried
yellow and white chrysanthemums. Mrs.
C. W. Webdell wore an Alice blue
charmeuse with lace trimmings.
Mrs. W. C. Kluttz. as matron of
honor, wore a white serge coat suit, and
white hat to match. She carried yellow
chrysanthemums. G. W. Dennis served
as best man to the groom. The bride
was lovely in a beautiful white dutch
ess satin, en traine. trimmed in old
lace. She wore a gold fillet ln her
hair, and carried white chrysanthe
mums. After the ceremony the bridd
gave her bouquet to tbe single girls
The house was decorated in an at
tractive decorative scheme of yellow,
white and green. Little Genevieve
Bell presented the bride and groom
with a wedding book, in which all the
guests registered their names.
In cutting the bride's cake. G. C
Richerson got the ring. Miss Lydia
Geoch the wishbone, Russell Mitchell
the dime, Mrs. W. C Kluttz the thim
ble, and Mrs. Hugh Crouse the button.
Mrs. Robin Gould served punch, from
the bowl in the dining room. The ta
ble -was covered with a cluny cover and
decorated with maidenhair ferns and
chrysanthemums. Mrs. Gould wore a
beautiful gown of hand embroidered
The bride's goingaway suit was a
black serge with plumed bat to match.
The bride is a popular young woman
of El Paso social circles, and the groom
is the manager of the Credit Men's Pro
tective association. They left for Tuc
son, Ariz., and after their return will
be at home at 506 1-2 Prospect avenue.
The wedding of Ernest Raymond
Sbortridge and Lotta Gertrude Fruit
was solemnized at the home of the
bride s parents, Mr and Mrs. E. A.
Fruit, 225 West Nevada street, on Sat
urday afternoon at four oclock.
Professor Edwin C. Knickmeyer
played Mendelssohn's wedding march
and the young women who acted as
ushers came down the stairs aad
formed an aisle, through which the
bridal narty passed The ushers were:
Misses Edna, Ada and Flo Goff, Birdie
Kerr, Margaret Kerr. Edna Seamands
and Lenoir Martin
Before the ceremony, which was read
by Rev Perry J. Rice. Mrs. H K. Ber
nard sang "I Love You Truly."
Miss Edna Shortridge, sister of the
groom, -was maid of honor, and Lyndon
A. Fruit, brother of the bride, was best
man. The briae s wedding dress was a
beautiful wbite charmeuse, with pearl
trimmings. She was charming, and car
ried bride's roses Miss Shortridge wore
a handsome gown of blue chiffon and
lace over messaline. She carried pink
The house was decorated in green and
white, with the exception of the din
ing room, which was in pink and white.
Chrysanthemums were used in profus
ion and the refreshments were carried
out in the pink and white color scheme.
A reception was given aftor the ser
vice, and in the receiving line were
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fruit, Miss Altha
Fruit and the wedding party. In cut
ting the bride's cake. Miss Ada Goff
cut the ring. Miss Birdie Kerr the
wishbone. Miss Edna Seamands the
thimble. Miss Blanche Merrill the dime,
and R. W Hafey the button.
The bride's going away suit was a
brown tailored one with hat to match.
The couple left for Chicago, 111 , Indian
apolis, Ind., and various eastern points.
They will return bv way of Denver
and El Paso, and will be at home to
their friends on January 1 at Clifton,
Ariz., where the groom Is engaged in
The out of town guests present at the
wedding were. Mrs. Mark Henderson,
of Douglas. Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Fruit, of Columbus. N. M., and R. W.
Hafey, of Wichita. Kas.
Sunda evening. October 27, at 6
oclock Miss Fannie Kleiman and Sam
Swatt were united in marriage by
Rabbi M. Sachter at the home of the
bride's aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Jaffee, of 809 North Florence
Btreet. The house was most artistical
ly decorated in ferns, palms and white
roses A large heart made of electric
lights was hung in the living room.
with the initials of the bride and
groom, S-K These were In the cen
ter of a star and as the ceremony was
finished and they were pronounced
one. the letters disappeared, leaving
a large letter "S" remaining. The
dining table was decorated ln white
carnations and ferns and a delicious
six course luncheon was served. There
were about 80 guests present and
dancing was enjoyed after the dinner.
Mrs. Swatt is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs L. Kleiman, formerly of Newark.
N J, but has made her home in (hie
city for the last two years. They will
be at home at 144 Brown street.
W H Stratum and Mrs. Callie Whit
ton were married Saturday afternoon at
5 30 oclock at the Hotel McCoy. Rev.
Kenneth Brown, of the East El Paso
Presbyterian church, officiated. After
December I Mr. and Mrs. Strahan an
nounced that they would be at home at
Francis Pearson and Miss Rose Mary
Rothe were married at the parsonage of
the Trinity Methodist church Saturday
afternoon at four oclock Rev. C Wee
ley AVebdell performed the ceremony.
After an eastern trip. Mr and Mrs.
Pearson stated that they would estab
lish their future home in El Paso.
Irregular bowel movements lead to
chronic constipation and a constipated
habit fills the system with Impurities.
HBRBINE is a great bowel regulator
It purifies the system, vitalizes the bood
and puts the digestive organs in fine,
vigorous condition. Price 50c. Sold by
Scott White & Co, three stores. Adv.
There's a billion dollar baby
In a palace all complete.
There's a baby much neglected
In a narrow, crowded street.
There Is one of fair'complexion,
There Is one of sable hue.
But they speak the selfsame lan
guage Which sounds something, like "Ah
1A. snap 100 "A" grade doors at a
bargain. Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
CERTIFIED MILK is
Mies Ethel Brown entertained very
delightfully on Saturday evening, in
honor of the bridal party la the wed
ding of Miss Adine Noake and Thomas
J. Stafford, which will be solemnized
on Tuesday evening at the First Pxe
Bridge was the game played. Mies
Kate Adams -won the first prise, a
silver tea-ball, and H. E. Christie won
the men's first prize, a silver pocket
Miss Noake. the guest of honor, was
presented with a half dozen silver
salt spoons. The groom-elect was
given a mock shower, in which much
merriment was found. He was given
toys, red hose and many articles of
absolutely no use to him. After the
fun, a delicious two course luncheon
Those present were Mrs. R. W. Mc
Candless; Misses Kate Adams, Lucille
Daniels, Milda Connelly, Helen New
ell, Ethel Brown; Messrs. H. E. Chris
tie, Earl Craver, Eugene Harris,
Frank MurcaisoB, Robert A. Moore,
Roy N. Davis.
Mrs. C B. Kelly will be the hostess
of the Wednesday Bridge dub on
Oat Of Toum
J. Winchester Holman. president of
the Mining and Engineering World,
accompanied by Mrs. Holman, was
here Monday on his way to Los An
geles and Spokane. Mr. Holman was
here for the mining congress seven
years ago and again three years ago.
He says that the town changes com
pletely every time he comes to El Paso.
While in Spokane, he will attend the
1912 meeting of the mining congress.
C. C. Earley. of ParraL Mex.. is at
the Hotel St. Regis on mining busi-
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Horan are here
from Dawson, K. M on their annual
M. J. Winn and two daughters ar
rived Saturday morning from Louis
ville. They will make their home at
the Hotel St. Regis during the race
meeting in Juarez, of which Mr. Winn
JJellelew. Jiet taraale and salt fmcays.
Ellto CoafetJry Co. Adv.
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New York, N. Y Nov. 4, Mrs. George J. Gould, considered hr mw to he
the moat fashionably gowned woman in New Tork society. Is wearing tfea
very latest gown of Parisian style, which seems to be doing awy with the
skirt, that is, the part of the skirt that was originally called the hem In the
days when folk would "hem and haw" at the slightest exposure of the ankle.
Mrs. Gould is the first of American society leaders to -wear the Intent Imported;
(By W. C Kenaga.)
The man who scans the front page
of a newspaper and then, hurriedly
turns to "The Markets" to read non
pareil and agate the smallest sized
type used ln the paper of the fluctu
ations of the market, overlooks quo
tation" which might be a source of
profit to him.
Granted that market quotations are
interesting, there are. but a few which
are of actual importance to any one
man, and yet eery man of them is
struggling to make a living and to pile
knowledge of bak
to produce perfect bakings with Calumet Baking
Powder. Calumet by its purity and perfect leavening
qualities does the rest.
Leave your next baking to Calumet and note the
economical in cost
You don't Jove moaty tehen yoa
Don't he male d. Buy Calumet. It
gtoe best remits. Calumet it far superior to sour milk and soda.
Giving your baby, or invalid any kind
of milk and
into die matter at certified milk thoroughly.
See where yaw Hulk comes from and how
to the advice of your Doctor who
will tell yot that CERTIFIED
MILK, h t'le only kind for babies
ONLY produced by us.;
STOCKED GS "HEM"
OF &0TJLD GOWN
up a few extta, deOaas or handreds or
thousands. You're Interested in wheat, er corn,
-or K. tt f , or industrials. Yea, and.
you're interested in flour and break
fast food and rates to summer resorts
and wool woven tnto clothing, hides
fashioned into shoes, cotton as It ap-
pears in ash goods.
Read your "Markets" on tne mars
kec page and In the advertising col-1
umns. Really the markets right here
ln El Paso are fully if not more im
portant ts you and your family as
board of trade doings In Chicago oc
Wall street's activities in New York.
Vnre m ihe
on yonr part is all that is necessary
note tne saving for Calumet is
and use. All good grocers sell it,
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