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8 Wednesday, 'Feb, 16, 1910. JSfumerous Weddings and Engagements Many Pleasant i Ire i In dub Circles aARMSTRONBSiSS. Ladies' Smart Footwear FOR treetwear New models of Spring Styles of Oxfords are c here ready for your in spection. They include all the snap, "wear and fit that Guarantee footwear al ways insures. All the leathers pat ent, gun "metals and black suedes,- both turn and welt soles. The lasts are entirely new, showing that short effect with a high arch are the correct fitters this we can assure you. A try on will convince you. The prices are $3.50 $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 The Herald has arranged to take want ads by phone. Call Bell 115, Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock daily. Your ad will be received, inserted promptly and collected for next day. W' ' i.1 && 'vvi : VSw4 I I I I r .-, ") GREATER EL PASO'S rfce- GREATEST SHOE STORE .lT.Ai-F,?ii ox. 3B; sKBiafySrE Mb iiilF vdmsm HIS &r'JMSsJMF frf2Zmrf&FSj l&U es rry vs- r ' u ifanv "J' A i- i '.XflftA 2tfc &, ' . mssSTmrs 1910 Ejiox Block Sailors, extra (f j Qg fine straw, $5 yahie; extra special &- sO t Pi reiirnmary of Imported "and New York Tailored and Pattern I Hats, embracing all the approved styles for the com ing season. JfarctesaMy Valentine By Joel As fair Xarclsna trips along: With TFltchinp najs that never -ary, r feel the fields are fall of song V For It ii middle February, The fated day for birds to ttoo; And so I muse, "3Iay ire not, too?" Xarcissa, blue-eyad, trim, and neat, Has many a youth frith eyes upon herj They thlnlc her charms divinely sweet, And Jcnotv she is the soul of honor; Till I am stirred as she soes by, "With piercing love's idolatry. The road to May, I note today, Is s-tvift, and falls in sunny places) A southern breeze Is on its Tray, And hill and vale are full of graces May these with. Joy requite my labor, And love, Trfth her, "my pretty neighbor! Engagement Announced Of Miss Lucy Stokes Fisher Mr. and Mrs. John W- Fisher an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter, Lucy Stokes, to Eugene Russell Cooper, of Clinton, Iowa. The mar riage -will take place in March. Miss Fisher is the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. Fisher, and a most f.ha-rmirtrr nnfl ntfrapfira trnryritr ct-it-I She is well known in the youngeir social set of El Paso. Mr. Cooper is a prominent young busi ness man of Qlinton, Iowa. Mrs. C. Hirsch will entertain with a shower on February 22 in honor of Miss Charlotte Herskovits, whose engage ment to Samuel Levy, of Akron, Ohio, was recently announced. Miss Carrie Race will entertain on February 22 in honor of Miss Emily Foster, whose marriage takes ulaee I next month. Miss Mabel Krister and Charles Sims, both prominent young people of De catur, 111., were married Monday aft ernoon at the parsonage of Trinity M. E. church. The ceremony was per formed at 3 oclock by the Rev. C S- Many Visitors In the City; Numerous El Pasoans Away Mr. and Mrs. H. C. "Wire, of "Wash ington, D. C, were the guests for a few days last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fink. Mr. and Mrs. Wire are spending the winter at Clint, with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kellogg. Mrs. J. W. Brady has as her guest Mrs. H. C. Moore and daughter, Miss Bernice Moore, of Summerville, Tex. Miss M. Osgood, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H. McCul lough, left Monday for her home in Chicago. m Mr- and Mrs. C. C. Chase have re- turned home from a visit in Arizona. Miss Mary Holeman, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. W. Fall, dur ing the winter, has returned to her .home in Fayetteville, Tenn. She was Msk's Spring 1910 $5.00 Tailored Hats. Hair braid trimmed in Yelvet. quills and messaline silk. Extra Special II 95 Displ See Window Display Benton. The -ivavy luster of her hair, "Which falls voluminous In tresses, Her checks, so rose-like, vrhlte, and fair, And lips upturned for coy caresses For what fine purpose can they be If they are not to beckon me? A crystal stream goes singing on From the thick forest's dim recesses, And yet 'tis she I think upon "With lavished hopes, dreams and guesses; So love-suggesting Is her laughter, Something divine must foIloTV after. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Sims will spend the remainder of the winter in El Paso, returning to Decatur in the spring J wnere they will live. An announcement recently made and of much interest to El Pasoans was that of the engagement of Miss Josephine Marsalis Clardy fo'Eugene Fox. The date for the wedding has .not been definitely decided but will probably be about April 20. Miss Clardy, who is a very beau tiful and accomplished girl, was reared in El Paso. She has traveled extensively both in this country and abroad, but has kalways spent a portion of each year in El Paso. She is the daughter of Mrs. Zeno B. Clardy, of this city, and a niece of M L. Clardy, second vice president of the Gould railway system. Miss Clardy is the possessor of a deep rich contralto voice of unusual sweetness, which has received a high degree of cul tivation under some of the best masters abroad. Mr. Fox is a prominently .known young business and club man of the city. He was recently appointed to the position of general freight and passen ger agent for the El Paso & South western, succeeding A. N. Brown accompanied by Mrs. Fall. who will ! spend a short time there. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Woodworth have as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. Janney, of Marshalltown, la. Mrs. F. E. Francis has gone to Chi cago for a short visit. Rev. Henry Easter has returned from Albuquerque, where he filled the pulpit of St. John's Episcopal church on Sun day. j Judge Mclvenzie and Georire Landrom of Pecos, Texas, spent Sunday in the city, the guests of judge and Mrs. J. E. Bowen. a m Mrs. J. L. Dunn and baby, of Denison, Texas, arrived yesterday to visit the former's parents, judge and Mrs. A. M Walthal. ) A. S. Valdespino, who has been in the city visiting his wife -and baby, re turned Sunday to Torreon, Mex. Miss Susan Harris, of Missouri, is the guest of her uncle and aunt, judge and Mrs. A. M Walthal. . Miss Susie Davisson and brothers, J. C. and Ben Davisson, arrived in the city Friday morning from Roswell. 1ST. , M., to join their parente, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Davisson, who have come here j to locate. i I 1 SUXDAY SCHOOL SOCIAL. , 4- - -J- ! ? 4- 4-5- ' The "Whatsoever class of the Im manuel Sunday school held its rbruary meeting, when little Ruth Haupt was the hostess for the afternoon. Follow ing the business session an interesting program was carried out; each child a paper or taiic on some incident in the life of Christ between his baptism and j the delivering of the sermon on the mount. The program was varied by repeat ing Psalms and special Bible verses. During the social time which followed valentines were distributed, and toes and cake served by Mrs. F. A. Hodge. The class look forward to these meet ings from month to month with much interest. The new mode of hair dressing is pretty only when properly done. Let us dress your hair for. you. Elite Par lors, over Calisher's. A. J. FULLAN, 219 !JM2&- vfliBik . , I., Ill er &aR?k AW 2,4'4",?,,f,t,i"4,f,,!,,3"t"'2,ig,5,t5c 4 WOMEX'S ORGANIZATIONS. The principal social event of the com- ing week will be the colonial recep- tion to be given on Washington's birth- , day, February 22, at the home of Mrs. W. C. Davis by the Women's club. Mrs. A. W. Foster, chairman of the sneia (nrnmlMoo rt-nrl hor occlctnntr : have planned a number of unique fea- ( tures and the event is anticipated with much interest. a An. enjoyable affair of the week was the musical and tea given this after noon by the women of the First- Pres byterian church at the home of Mrs. Lydia Christy. A delightful musical program was rendered under the direc tion of Mrs. W. D. Howe. The Phi Phi girls wdl entertain with an informal dinner on Friday evening at the home of Miss Katie- Stoker on Arizona street. The Shakspere 'Reading club will meet next week at the residence of Mrs. J. L. Dwyer, Monday afternoon at 3 oclock. The Letter and Art department of the Woman's club met this afternoon when a pleasing program was given under the direction of the chairman. 3- 4- ' 4"S"5"- "3' jt CARDS. 4 4- Mrsl F. P. Miller very charmingly en tertained a number of her friends on Saturday at an all day party, at her country home near Tobin. At noon a delicious six course luncheon was served from a beautifully appointed table. Bridge -was enjoyed in the aft ernoon. The guests in attendance were: Mesdames TV. H. Loretz, J. E. Bowen, J. D. Love, J. B. Dubose, T. F. Ivim bell, McDermott, Quabeduex, J. H. Grant, Miss Leona Black. Mrs. R. M. Ratliff entertained a num ber of young people Friday afternoon in honor of her cousin, Miss Lauder dale. Cards were enjoyed and were fol lowed by a dainty luncheon. . On Friday afternoon Mrs. George C. Morse was the hostess at a charmingly arranged bridge party The affair was in honor' of Mrs. W. P. Matchette, who will soon leave for Trinidad, Colo. Mrs. Battelle White won the first prize, and the guest prize went to Mrs. Matchette. Following the games delightful re freshments were served. The guests present were: Mesdames W. P. Mat chette, C. N. Shelden, J. E. Bowen, H. j S. Potter, Battelle White, J. A. Mur dock, R. A. Ratliff, James H. Parker,. Morris Parker. Alves Dixon, E. K. Tal- bot, Miss Lauderdale. All Stock Held by Mackey Companies in the Bell Tel ephone Company Will Be Disposed of. New York, Feb. 16. The annual re port of the Mackay companies was Is sued yesterday afternoou. A striking fAnturA nf fhn ronnrf 1r thft follOWlnST extract announcing the intended sale of j oil "Roll TVlAriVir.Tn ctnolr nflTT held bVJ all Bell Telephone stock now held by the Mackay companies: "The Mackay companies will sell their entire holdings of stock in the American Telephone and Telegraph company, that step being in deference to public opin ion, which views with suspicion this large holding of stock in a company which has recently purchased the con trol of the "Western Union Telegraph company. "That stock was acquired by the Mac kay company with a view to bringing about economies in the construction and maintenance of joint pole lines over long stretches of country where the business was not sufficient to justify either com- 1 pany constructing an Independent pole 1 line by Itself and many such arrange- ; ments were made, each company owning , one-half of the pole line, but having j nothing to do with the business of the j other company. "Since, however, the American Tele- phone and Telegraph company has ac- ; qired control of the western union icjc- graph company, the time has come for the Mackay companies to sell all hold- ings of stock in the American Telephone j and Telegraph company, and that will be done. The Postal Telegraph system wm continue to be free and independent, prepared to maintain the competition which it has furnished for 25 years." The beautiful Grand piano used for the Ellen Beach Yaw concert was ont. of the celebrated "Everett" Pianos, loaned by courtesy of the El Paso Piano company, and its remarkable singing tones were an item that con tributed immensely to the enjoyment of the concert. CAPTURE HER WITHABING- She simply cannot say "No" to. Just the one you require is wait in? for you at this headquarters for reliable jewelry. Come and select it and make sure of your heart's desire. The price will be very reasonable whether you choose diamonds or some other mounting. The quality in every case is guaranteed. San Antonio St. ctf.4,...,t3.Atf.g.. . 4, ..;. 4. a 4. HIGH SCHOOL. PARTY. 4- Miss Louise Sanburu very pleasantly . I entertained the senior class of- the high scnool Saturday evening at her home, I j 50S, Eas Rio Grande street. j An interesting contest of the evening 1 was that of m0deling cupids out of I j chewing gum, with toothpicks, in j "hich Miss Margurite Darbyshire won "'c o"i3 U'lic, auu Alex Wallis the Prize for the boys Miss Frances Mayfield won the prize for the best original "Valentine verses, and Shirley Marston was equally for tunate in winning the boy's prize. The consolation prize went to Miss Wilma Elliott. Fortune telling was also other form of amusement, the prizes amog the enjoyments of the evening. j being captured by Miss Grade Fleak The Sanburn home was attractively j and Guy Adair, decorated for the occasion. j Those present 'were: Misses Mary Red hearts adorned the reception hall j Leighton, Bertie Hawkins, liable O'Con and parlors, while in the dining- room norj Margaret Legler, Marie Schwartz, black and red, the class colors, were j Mayme Clark. Gladys Strychland, Pau used. j nne Bryan. May Campbell, Stella Latt- une -Kindig orcnestra lurmsnea mu sic for the dancing. Punch was served, and later ice cream and heart-shaped cakes were served. Those in attendance were: Misses "Violet Atken Mawbry Henning, Mona Frank, Kate Krause, Era Sta pleton, Marguerite Darbyshire, Ivander Maclver, Ruth Critchett, Lillle Rfed. Adelaide Hickocks, Helen Lucas, Eli nor Shelton, Helen Roberts, Wilma El liott, Frances Mayfield, Adelia Wall work; Messrs. Ignatius BerVien, Harry Ponsford, Henry Grady. Harry Gleim, Louis Blume, Alex Wallis, Davjd Mul cahy, Clark Wright. Shirley Marston, Norman Morrison, Oliver Cound, Brad ford Hardle, Junius Hawkins, Jack Peck, John Loretz, Earl Teague, Louis Heap and Julius Wallwork; Misses Goldstein. Kelly, Oldham, Taylor, Stan ton, McKie, "White, Hughey Chamber lain Winkler; Messrs. Preston, Curd and Crozier. 4 BOX PARTIES. 4. 2"r4"5,4,4,4,4,4'4,4'4'4'T'4 That El Paso appreciates good music was well demonstrated Monday evening when the El Paso theater was packed to hear Ellen Beach Taw. Among those who entertained with box parties were: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burges, whose guests were: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Turney. Mrs. H. J. Simmons and Miss Laura J. Bond; Mr. and Mrs W. R. Brown who entertained Mrs. H. T. Bowie. J. G. McNary, Miss Josie Marr and Dr. L. G. Witherspoon; Mrs. J. W. Coffin, who had is her guests her ad- vanced pupils. Miss Marguerite Darby shire, Hattie Frudensteln, John W. Sor rell and Frank Hogarth; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krakauer. who haa as their guests Mr. and Mrs R. C. Semple. Mi and Mrs. S. X Larkin entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. W. Maurer. Lest ttc ' forget let's keep our money at home and still get the best. Globe Flour. MISSIONARY UNION TO ELSCT OFFICSES Earnest Band of "Women Who Start:! Movement for Girls Boarding Home. The "Women's Missionary Union of the cits Willi have a meetlncr for its I annual election of officers. The meet ing will takep lace in Trinity Metho dist church. The union is composed of the united women's societies of 12 Protestant churches of the city and it is to the women practically what the Laymen's missionary movement is to the men. The women have been organized for j the past four years and during that time have studied missionary condi tions In China, Japan, Korea India, and Mexico, devoting its past year's work to a study of moral and social condi- tions In El Paso. This organization was really the forerunner of the Y. I -w. C. A. In El Paso and first undertook ' the work of establishing a girls' j boarding home in the city. "When the ' -5-. "W. C. A. became a fact, the Mis- j sionary Union turned over its property to that organization and is now work- ! lng. ft jt Ellen Beach Tniv Christens nn Everett ' Plnno. I The Everett Grand piano used at Miss Taw's concert here is offered for sale, , and at a slightly reduced price, on ac- J count of the one evening's use. i Xow is the opportunity to secure a ! i"a" nia.L lias ueeu cnnsienea by a world renowned artist. TVe can arrange easy payments, if you wish. El Pn-jo Piano Co., TV. R. Shutz. Prop., Estd. 1896. Cor ner Myrtle and Campbell Sts. RECEIVER RESIGNS. J. C. Critchett, receiver in the case of A. Courchesne vs. The El Pasn f-h. j ical & Fiber company, made a report Tuesday and resigned from the office in xne 4ist mstnet court. PRETTY TRRTH TTT.T r mT-.x-.r ".ui -lijCX'il i Hear What Scott White Hns to Say on j 1HC ailUJCCl, Pretty teeth and clean teeth are one and the same. Your" teeth may not be absolutely regular but keep them clean and they are beautiful. There's only one way to have clean teeth. Brush them with a good tooth cleanser. "We recommend Violet Tooth Paste it's one of Scott White's prepara tions? Jit not only keeps the teeth clean out is pleasant to "use. Just a word about the tooth brush A brush that sheds its bristles isn't pleasant. We have a non-shedding tooth b,ush. Look In our window, it's full of tpoth brushes. Scott White & Co., Prescription Druggists. Oregon St., just below the Postoffice. A . Z MASQUERADE PARTY. i , ,, 1-...T, ! Miss Marion Young aengnuunj tertalned a host of friends in her new j ; home last evening. The party was in form of a masquerade and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves guessing who was who. The charming young hostess was gowned as Miss Valentine. Thegrand march was led by the hos tess s?nd Richard McHatton. Cards, dancing and games, were indulged in during the evening ana afforded lots of 1 treasure. A candy heart hunt was an ner, Mabel Jackson, Erma Kuhn, Clara Ketchum, Stella Brick, Rosalie Beftr, Dema Fleck, Grace Fleck, Mary Lewis, Margaret Reeves, Laura ' Maud Fink, j Grace BerKey, Jdarian sowaen, Lxrace Mayor, Jimmie -ooks, Violet Aidkin, J Kate Krouse, setta Robinson, Lillian 1 and Lottie Buchoz, Marie Rich, Edith McClurg, Mary Nations, Hi9da Sauer, Ruby and Opal Hadlock, Alma Morrison. Janie Willis, Ruth Force, Isabel Springer, Julia McFarland; Messrs. Richard McHatton, Norman Morrison, Harry Ponsford, Randall Kilburn, Ern est Miles, Wendell Kuhn, Valentine Henry, Bryley Gaffney, Robert Mullen, Wayne, Robinson, Edmopd Behr, Can Teague, John Loretz, Harry Glime, Mor ris Cushman, Raymond Campbell, Nel son Rice, Edward O'Brien, Charlie Mil liron, Pressley Biddick, Spencer Darby shire, John Fisher. Wallace Lane, Rob ert Hoover. Adkins Bowden. Guy Adair, Roderick Turbeville, Arthur Hawkins, Nat Russell, Willie Moellch, Harvy Moores, Lawrence Baldwin. John Mc Crummer, Lewis Ormand, Charlie An drews and Vernon Lyman. 4. , DINNERS. A 8- Miss Ruth Coleman and her guest, j juiss Florence J-eiper, will be entertained by a number of their young men friends on Thursday evening at dinner at the St. Regis hotel. There will be 10 couples in the party, arid the affair will be one of the enjoyable event of the week. WHICH CLASS DO YOU EMPLOY? For $2.50 or $3.00 some people allow a novice to experiment with tuning- and repairing on their piano, sometimes re sulting in serious detriment to same. In matters of this kind, it would ap pear to be more prudent to employ a man like W. D. Robinson, even though the expense is a little more. Bell Phone 2426. 2020 Oklahoma Street. AN . A-yvW.l A few shipments of Spring Pattern arrive this week and your inspection your part to purchase. Xfar SEE WINDOW DISPLAY - -Arnold Wimmom toves That Cook THE GREAT majestic Range Nothing Better Made We Are Exclusive Agents LAURIE ARDWARE CO. Cor. Texas and I lil asses rsken? AVE THE PIECES If yon are xinfortunate enongh to break yonr I (xlaSSeS, be SUre tO Jieep a 4. .-. T-,,7-., piCUC UAJ &U Ui- bile Uiuxvcxi lens. Tins will enable ns to furnish an exact dupli cate of what you had be fore. 'Twill eliminate a reex amination of your eyes, thus saving you both time and money. EL PASO OPTICAL COMPANY J. B. Segall, Examining Optician EL PASO, TEXAS Pioneer Plaza Established 1901 The . Specialty Shop AILEEIf BERG No. t little Plaza MILLINERY LADIES' WEAR HAIR GOODS Wholesale import er and manEfac turery ,all shades; lowest prices. TheMillinery Enchantress Has Woven Her Magic Spell for You From the dharming new braids, ribbons, flowers, plumes, velvets and various diaphanous fabrics which Fashion has provided for the new season, the milli nery designers have evolved scores of exquisite creations possessing a witchery which is eloquent of the Spring time, and women will find it 'hard to rtf 1st. Hats are now on display. More will is awaited without any 'obligation on SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 5treutz &. m Stanton Sts. mi a ; nriSwi i A ' g- -!