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EL PASO HERALD
10 Tuesday, September 1, 1914
SOCIETY9 S DOINGS
Circle 3 of the First Methodist Aid
society, will meet Friday night at the
home of Mrs. Ji R. Fisk in the Fisk
The Philathea and Barsca classes of
the Tirst Presbyterian church will
haic a picnic at Washington park
irtle 1 of the Calvary-Houston
Square Baptist church met Monday af
t. rnnon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Giv
i ns on North Florence street, and dis
used plans for the winter work Fol
ioV ine the business session light re
fi ehments were served by the hostess.
assisted b Mrt Florence Skeme.
The Junior Philathea class of the
iduar "Houston Square Baptist
huiih gave a er Jollv picnic on the
..i Mondaj msht Mrs. A. S. How
. rJ ind Mrs E. Robertson were
the chaperones. and the young people
nnp Mtus Flo cie TtnbertaoB. Edith
Iobertson, Harv Evans, Elotee Ket- J
i ii m Krna Tankersley. Edith Scott.
he)ti Pane and Josephine Frank
enbeigrer. and fhe boys were: Craw
lord Williams. Charles Miller, Faris
Kim bell. Charles Hubbard. A. Averitt,
irgil Cowert, Frank Morris. M. J.
A successful get together social was
held at the First Methodist church Mon
day night, which was well well attend
ed. An interesting program was given
of which Mrs. Ralph J. Wilson was in
charge The opening number was a
quartet. "Oh Carmena," sung by Mis
R J Wilson. Mrs. W. W. Evans. Miss
Elizabeth Fry and Miss Elizabeth Rre
Rev Herman G. Portert Dr. G. N. Thom
as. H F Durkee. C. IL Appleton and
George R. Cowherd gave short "boost '
addresses on the church work. Miss
Madeline Fisk played a piano solo. "Ca
price." Miss Mary Keating 'and Miss
Ruth Keating played a piano duet. H. F.
Durkee sats "Out of the Mist." with
Mrs. Ralph J. Wilson accompanying him
on the piano. Mrs. W. W. Evans and
Mrs. R. J. Wilson sang a duet. "Oh That
We Two Were Maying." and the pro
gram closed with a reading by Walter
V Williams. Following the program, a
social time was enjoyed and refresh
ments were served by the Big Brothers'
ciub of the church.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the First Christian church gave a
w atermelon social Monday night at the
home of Miss Audra May Dale, on Ma
poffin avenue. The young people spent
the evening playing games on the lawn
and later the watermelon feast was en
joi ed. Among those present were: Mr
and Mrs. Parvin Wltte. Mr. and Mrs.
Archie O'Rear, Mrs. H. E. Bowles.
Misses Leila Courson, Ruth Broyles,
Quelle Rice Esther Rice. Alice Hendee,
Sbil Shedd, Mabel Stonnent, Rub
JHers. Greta Palmer, Greta Pratz.
Theima Beeson, Ethel Stevenson, En
nee Anderson, Altha Fruit; Messrs.
Walter Dans. Cecil Davis. Henry bneaa,
MUton Shedd. J. a HilL Arthur Fruit,
Lvndon Fruit. Walter Schaffer. Will
Woman. Kdwin C. Knickmeyer, Frank
Cheek. Nelson Rice, John Howat and
C I Sinchum.
Out Of Town Visitors.
Mrs. J. C- MeGIathery of Newman, N.
M . spent Monday in SI Paso shopping.
T. L. Burtz of Httchita. N. M, came U
El Paso Monday for a few days business
Miss Martha Menger of Cincinnati, f
Ohio, is visiting Jars. a. j. uson
v ill 'be here tor several weeks.
B K Langerak of Ancho. N. M., who
Ii - ben spending a few days in Kl
. -. on business, has returned to An-
vlrs, H. C. Nelms, who has been vls
itins her sister, Mrs. Maude Deane, has
i ri turned to her home in Denison.
Mrs. A. F. Weber of Kansas City. Mo,
xibo had been visiting her daughter,
Mrs W. B, Winch, returned to her home
W M. Lynch, superintendent of the
Rio Grande division of the T. & P,
with headquarters at Big Springs, is
in the city on business.
Miss Starrow Smith, who has been
visiting her brother and sister. Mr. and
Mrs. Claiborne Adams, for the summer,
returned to her home in San Antonio
Rev. A. 3. Atwood. superintendent
of the Baptist missionary work of
New Mexico, spent a short time In Bl
Paso Monday on his way to Las Cru
ces, from Alamogordo.
Miss Lea Kennedy and Miss Olivia
Kennedv of Carrizozo. N. M-, who had
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mc
Lean, returned to their home Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mahoney and chil
dren of Benson. Ariz, passed through
El Paso Monday on their way to To
ledo. Ohio, where they will visit for an
Mrs George Kreamer and little sons,
Harrv Kreamer, and William Kreamer,
who have been visiting her mother, Mrs.
3 Stevenson, Teturned to their home In
Alamogordo. N M-, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thodore Leydecker of
Baltimore, Maryland, who have been
spending the summer in California,
passed through El Paso Monday on
their way to their home. En route
thev will visit in St. Louis.
Mrs. J. W- Brown and family have
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Callahan as their
guests for a few days. Mr. and Mrs.
Callahan have been spending the sum
mer in California and are now on their
wav to their home In Denison. Texas.
Miss Zella Roberts of Estanda, N.
M. who had been visiting her sisters,
Mrs. F a Hall and Mrs. L M. Duen
sing. left for Clifton. Arizona, Tues
daj. to begin her work as one of the
teachers in the Clifton high school.
Daily Fashion Hint
f Em ll fHl
Lodges and Clubs.
Mrs. Mary Pratt, superior of the
Degree of Honor lodge, is in El Paso
today on her way from Arizona to San
Antonio. This afternoon the local
Degree of Honor lodge Is giving a
social In her honor.
The first social of the season will
be given bv the "Ladies of the Maca
bees" Wednesday afternoon at i
odoek in their regular place of meet
ing at the Knights of Pythias hall.
Progressive high five will be the
amusement of the afternoon.
The anniversary of the birthday of
Rob. Morris, the founder of the Order
of the Eastern Star, was celebrated
Monday night by Harmony chapter
with an entertaining program in the
banquet room of the Masonic temple.
The center of the room was occupied by
a small table, draped with green and
white, the white cloth being bordered
with fresh, green vines, and from the
four corners streamers of the colors of
the order, red. white, blue, green and
yellow, extended to the chandelier
above, forming a canopy for the birth
day cake. The cake was ornamented
with the symbol of the Eastern Star in
frosting, and aiso the name of the
founder, Rob Morris. Quantities of tiny
red and white candles, in red and white
rose holders, decorated the cake. The
program opened with an address by
Mrs. W H. Forbes, Jr.. giving an ac
count of the life of Rob Morris and
his founding of the order. Mrs. I. W.
Christie sang "Carmen" and "Mighty
Like a Rose." Mrs. Jay Dutcher ac
companied her on the piano. Mrs. T.
A. Thurston crave a reading. "The East
ern Star;" little Eureka Ryan played
two instrumental selections, "Alpine
Love Story" and "Golden Bells" waltz.
Little Margery Gooch sang. "A Secret."
and "Playmates." with Mrs. William
Dennis accompanying her on the piano.
Mrs Frank A. Overton gave two char-
Iai.i aumuo. x0 3 . "".- o
Tarrisimn" gnil "JiMt Wer WlT." With
Miss Annie Stolaroff accompanying.
The program closed with an address on
the Eastern Star order from a Mason's
viewpoint, given by Gustav Hoenes.
Following the program, refreshments
of ice cream and cake were served, and
then the birthday cake was cut. On
the refreshment committee -were: Mrs.
W H. Forbes, jr.. chairman; Mrs. At. J.
Pickering and Mrs. A. E. Ryan, and
assisting them in serving were: Lii
Eureka Ryan. Margery Gooch. Willie
Forbes and Harold Forbes. On the re
' oeiving committee were: Mrs. William
! Hennis and Miss Vivian Sheay. The
prografa was attended by a large num
ber of I people.
B;Ll RACOXTEl SE.
Frock of blue taffeta. The bodice
is long over the hipa Has a basque
front shirred crosswise from the under
arm seam to the middle of front with a
decidedly uncorseted effect. A scarf
girdle of the same material encircles
the hips, is bowed at front, and falls
in long ends.
El Pasoans Reluming.
Mrs. 3. W Marry has returned from
spending a month in IorfT&ngeles.
Miss Ruby Hadlock and her guest.
Miss Isabelle Springer, have returned
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Partridge hare
Mrs. Karl L. Hatfield entertained
Tuesday morning with a bridge party,
complimentary to Miss Laura Hender
son, who Is leaving soon to attend the
Kid-Key musical conservatory in Sher
Mr and Mrs. G. X. Alarld enter
tained recently at their home. 1511
Cotton avenue, with a bunco 'party
In honor of the birthday anniversary
of their son, Henry Alarld. The first
prize in bunco was won by Ahrin
Ernest, and Miss Minnie Mae Jolly
won the consolation prize. Following
the bunco games, dancing was en
Joyed and refreshments were served.
Among those present were Misses Min
nie Mae Jolly, Ruth McMillan. Irene
Mebas. OtHllie Alarld, Ernestine Ala
rld. Billy Peterson; Messrs. Alrln
Ernest. Joe Clements. Lemuel Smith.
Elbert Harnell. Melvin Metz and
Miss Anita Maetze entertained the 12.
E. D. clttb Monday afternoon at her
home on North Campbell street. Bridge
was. as usual, the amusement of the
afternoon At the meeting were sev
eral of the club members who have
.been away for the summer. Miss Elea
nor Enbanks won the club prize for the
fiigheat score and the guest prize, for
WUICII L1H3 VIBIlDn USU W&3 V VU UJ
Miss Mafion Toung- The prizes were
returned to El Paso from
soiourn at Cloudcroft. .
Mrs. Ed L. Milllcan and children
have returns-, from Clouderoft, where
they spent the summer.
Miss Marv Robertson returned Mon
day from a visit to Mrs. W. H- Bryan which the visitors cut. was won
and li.r rinncht.r In dnnArrnft ' MisS MaHon ToUMT. The Prizes V
Koward Karl nas returned from hiSj " Jvewpie pins ana me score mn
El Pasoans Away.
Mrs Carl Smith left for Faywood
springs Monday to remain for a week
or ten days
Mr and Mrs C. S. Woodworth left
for Marshalltown. Iowa. Monday for an
Mrs. Park Pitman and family nave
gone to Louisville. Ky- where they 'Will
spend their vacation.
Mrs- F. C Hall left Monday for iSs
tancia, N. M, to visit her parents. Mr.
and Mrs L. D. Roberts.
A. Schwartz of the Popular Dry
goods company, left Saturday after
noon for California on a vacation trip.
Lieut and Mrs M. W. Sullivan left
for Minneapolis, Minn, Monday after
noon, to be gone for a visit of sev
Mrs. A. D. Wilkinson and Miss L A
Wilkinson left for Cloudcroft Monday.
Thev will visit Mrs. J. Davis Porcher In
the "Tip Top cottage.
Mrs. Max Moye and Miss Delia Moye
have gone to California to remain for
three or four weeks, spending their
time at Redlands and Los Angeles.
Miss Florence Dwyer. daughter of
Mrs. F. F. Dwyer. of M7 Chihuahua
street. left Monday for San Antonio,
where she will enter the sisters' concent-Miss
Jenny Stolaroff, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stolaroff. will leave
for the Glen Eden school at Pdugh
keepsie, N. Y, the latter part of the
month. En route she will visit her
brother, Fabian Stolaroff. who Is tak
ing a course in the Columbia uni
versity. New York.
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old home in Lafayette. Ind, where he
has been SDendin? his vacation.
Mrs. M. C. Tracey and daughters, who
have been spending the summer In Los J
Angeles, nave returned to El Paso.
Mrs. J. M. Frank has returned from
Columbia university. New York, where
she took the summer course of special
study In English branches.
Edgar Kayser and Edward Ledwidge
have returned from the Grand Canyon
of the Colorado, where they spent a week
en route from California to El Paso.
Mrs. Kayser and baby returned from
Mrs. R. J. Mackley has returned from
California, where she spent four months
i visiting In Los Angeles and San Pedro.
Mrs. ueorge Leuaron and Daoy nave
returned 'to El Paso from a visit In
Cloudcroft with Mrs. J. E. Townsend.
Mrs. Alpha Johnston has returned
to El Paso from a vacation spent 'n
various parts of East Texas and also
Miss Isabelle Kelly will remain in
Chicago until the end of the week, re
turing In time to begin her work on
the teaching staff of the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R Simmons,
Miss Vilas Simmons and Miss JanetJ
sacK nave returneu irom .louacroii.
where they spent the entire season in
the Simmons's summer cottage.
F. C Coles and family have re
turned from Cloudcroft. where Mrs.
Coles and children spent the summer.
O C Coles left Saturdav afternoon
for Cloudcroft to return with his fam
ily. Mrs. Chas. Rokahr and children have
returned to El Paso. Mrs. Rokahr has
been spending a short time at Mineral
"Wells for her health, which has been
greatly improved. The children have
been visiting relatives in Alamogordo.
Miss Elizabeth Stevens and her lit
tle sister. Margaret SteTens. returned
to El Paso Monday from Cloudcroft.
where they spent the summer. Mr.
and Mrs. Horace B. Stevens, sr, will
close their summer cottage and return
the middle of the week.
About El Pasoans.
L. L. Hall has received a message
from his wife, who is spending the
summer in Tulsa. Okalahoma, saying
that she was suffering from typhoid
fever and had had a relapse.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cain have moved
Into their new bungalow on Govern
ment hilL They are expecting soon
the arrival of their brother. Walter
Patrick Cain, who will make his
home with them. Mr. Cain was for
merly a seaman on the United States
battleship Utah, and was with the
ship during the taking of Veracruz.
Dinners and Luncheons.
Complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. A.
Levy, who recentlv returned from their
wedding trip, a dinner was given by
Mr. and Mrs. A. Aronson Sunday at
their home on Magoffin avenue- The
table was decorated with pink and
white carnations. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. A. Levy, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Levy. Mr. and Mrs. a J. Hoffman:
Misses Rose Bohlm. Emma Bohlm.
Sarah Aronson, Fannie Aronson: Messrs.
Louis Bohlm, Charles Aronson, Ralph
Aronson. Louis Aronson. Samuel Aron
son and Lazarus Aronson.
were little Kewnie dons with riooon
caps. Refreshments were served at the
close of the games. Miss Rebecca
Maetze assisting her sister In serving.
Miss Clara Fink will be the hostess of
the club next week. Among the mem
bers present were: Misses BeaJHce
Pateman. Reba Elliott. Sarah Bridgers,
Camille Klbler. Frances Henderson,
Margaret Bryan. Isabelle Springer,
Mary Lewis, Mary Letghton, Eleanor
Hubanks, Clara Fink. Emllie Ormsbee.
and the guests were Misses Marlon
Young. Eleanor 'Wright, Alma Morrison
and Rebecca Maetze.
MACLOVIO IIERnERA n S NOT
LEFT PAnRAL. SAYS ASIRUICAN
Maclovlo Herrera is not In the. state
of Durango fighting the Arrieta broth
ers, who are reported to be on the
warpath there. An American who ar
rived from Farral Monday, says that
Maclovio and Luis Herrera are both in
Parral and that no troops have been
sent from that town to Durango to
overcome the Arrietas. Reports of
trouble In that state had been received
In Parral. but no soldiers had been
ordered there and none were expected
rto be sent, the American says
Luis Gonzales, Accused of
Killing Francisca Garcia,
Leaving his hiding place In the tall
weeds along the banks of the Rio
Grande to get something to eat. Luis
Gonzalez, wanted by the police In con
nection with the brutal murder of his
common law wife, Francises Garcia,
was arrested late Monday night by pa-
iiuumu .xjm. uw,u..Q. a ne was
crossing the Intersection of Seventh and 1
South EI Paso streets. . I
When examined Tuesday morning by '
chief of detectives Jesse C. Stansel, the !
Tarahuamari Indian made what is pur- '
ported to have been a voluntary con- '
fession to the crime. Without the
slightest emotion, the officers say, he I
described how he committed the deed '
and did not show the slightest remorse !
Following his confession he was locked '
in a cell and told several fellow priso-' I
ners the details of the crime.
Indian's Alleged Confession.
The confession of the Indian signed
by two witnesses and with his X mark
on it in brief follows:
"I came to El Paso two years ago
from Madera with Francisca Garcia,
whom I was living with as my wife.
Last Wednesday night we bad a quarrel
at our home on Ninth and Florence
streets. It was about 12 oclock. A girl
friend of Francisca. named Falecano
was lying in the bed on which ray wife
was sitting. I sat down besidetny wife
and told her I did not think she ...
doing right, running around with other
men. ane siappea me in tne race and I
took out my pocket knife and when
she Jumped to her feet I gulled her on
the bed and then stabbed her once in
the breast. She fell back and I left the
house. I went to the river, where I
have since been biding in the weeds,
coming out at night to get something
Prisoner 1 Identified.
The prisoner was confronted last
night by a sister of the murdered
woman and the room mate of the vic
tim, who Is being held as a witness.
They both Identified him.
Since the crime the patrolmen and
."C0"8 have been maintaining a
vigilant watch for Gonzalez. The room
m ? of the murdered woman testified
to nearinfir RanulA. nn.,i.. .ti.
her and awakening to find the woman
dying from a knifa imnnii ami ?..-
Mr. and Mrs. ( J? RtrattAn n viu
Helen Stratum are expected to arrivd
in El Paso Thursday. They will come
overland in their new Pierce-Arrow car
from Denver. Colorado, where they have
been spending the summer
Mrs. Karl KIrchner and son. Forest,
left El Paso today in their Overland for
an automobile trip to their ranch near
Lvalde. They weat by way of the
valley road and wit! visit at Valentine,
Marfa, Alpine and Fort Stockton, and
will camp and fish along the route.
Mr. and Mrs, G. A. Graham and a
Party composed of Miss Hilda. Connol
ly. Miss Karma Deane. Mrs. H. C
Nelma, of Denison. Tex, and Paul
Roach motored up to Dona TVna coun
ty Saturday in Mr. Graham's six pas
senger Hanmobile. and spent the week
end at Paul Roach's ranch returning
Monday afternoon by way of the San
Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. Crockett wer the
hosts at their ranch near Belen Sun
day afternoon for a number of their
El Paso friend, who motored down.
During the afternoon Iced watermelons
and fruits were eajeyed. and the guests
motored to the ostrich farm and other
Places of interest about the valley. In
the party were: Dr. and Mrs. Villereal.
ox uuauanni; Airs. jos. .HerKln. -Mrs. x.
D. Rove, Miss Leona Moon, Miss Mar
garet Moon, Frank Wadllngton, A. Za
pata and A. Trevinio.
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