' EL . PASO HERALD
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Wednesday, March 16, 1910.
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By WIthrop Macivortli Praed.
Woman! Thou loveliest gift that here below
3Ian can receive, or Providence bestow!
To thee the eearliest offerings belong:
Of opening eloquence, or youthful song:;
Lovely partaker of our dearest Joys!
Thyself a grift whose pleasure never cloy"
"Whose wished for presence gently can appease
The wounds of penury or slow disease
"Whose loss is such as through life's tedious way
No rank can compensate, no wealth repay;
Thy figure beams a ray of heavenly light
To cheer i the darkness of our earthly night;
Hail, fair Enslaver! at thy changing glance
Boldness recedes and timid hearts advance.
Monarchs forget their scepter and their sway.
And sages melt In tenderness away.
The Dearing-Foster Wedding
and Other EL Paso Marriages
Jt, BIRTHDAY SURPRISE.
A number of intimate friends and rela
tives of Mrs. Frank Powers gave her a
birthday surprise party Saturday after
nnnn xt Vir Residence. A Denny contest
afforded much amusement during the aft-
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ernoon. jurs. .tiarry rcweis mu j. -
P. O'Conribr being the champions. After
the contest and music, the guests were
Invited into the dining room, -where
Mrs. Sachs and Mrs. Blum had prepared
a three course luncheon. The table -was
beautifully decorated -with Easter dec
orations and carnations; the place cards
were hand painted ciolets, and. the fa
rnrs. vflim? Milkens. A toast was given
Mrs. Powers by Mrs. Sachs. Punch -was
served by Mesdames Anthony ana Pat
terson. Those present vrere: Mesdames C. S.
trviirht c. T. Race. O'Connor. Aitken,
Anthony, Patterson, Iredale, Jennie i
Swain, Harry Swain, EL Powers, Sachs. I
Blum. Ayers and Frank Powers, and I
Misses Pearl Swain, Margaret u Connor.
Luclle and Frances Louise Ayers, and
Harry Swain, jr.
Fort Bajard. Jf. M-, March 11, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, for com
plete construction of extension of post
water main from end of main near hay
barn to the dairy barn, with instalation
of fire plug, will be received until 11
a. ni-, April 12, 1910, and then opened.
Information furnished on application.
The U. S, reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all proposals or any
part thereof. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked, "Proposals
for extension of Water Main,'" and ad
dressed to Capt S. P. Vestal, Construct
Lee Hibberd will entertain a number
of his young friends this evening at a
dance at the K. of P. hall. The affair
promises to be most enjoyable and is
looked forward to with interest.'
Members of the Kapha Delta Upsion
society will hold an informal dance at
the home of Mrs. W. C. Davis, 1115 Mon
tana street, Friday evening.
One of the first of the many spring
weddings announced, took place Sat
urday afternoon at 5 oclock, when Miss
Emily Foster, arid Erdix C. Dearing,
were united in marriage by Rev. C. L.
Overstreet. The marriage occurred at
the First Presbyterian church where a
number of the Intimate friends of the
two families assembled to do honor to
this popular young couple.
The wedding was marked by quiet
In the decorations of the church a
simple but effective arrangements of
palms around the altar formed the
Francis Moore presided at the organ,
and to the strains of the wedding
march, the two bridesmaids entered
from the vestry room while the groom
with his best man, Grant Macartney,
came in from the opposite side of the
church. The bride leaning on the arm
of her father also entered from the
vestry room, and the bridal party
formed a half circle around the altar.
The bride was most charming in a
modish traveling gown of rich corn-colored
mummy cloth. A black picture hat
completed this chic and very hecoming'
costume. Her flowers were "bride's
roses in shower effect. The bridesmaids,
Misses Clover Shackelford and Margaret
Poynter, were gowned alike in dainty
white lingerie dresses, made over pjpk
silk. They wore white picture hats,
and carried immense bouquets of pink
Following the ceremony a very infor
mal reception was held at the home
of the bride's parents on Mesa avenue,
for the intimate friends of the young
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
!Mrs. A. G. Foster. She has grown up
in this city, and is one of El Paso's
sweetest and most lovable girls. After
completing the high school course in El
Paso, Miss Foster finished her educa
tion at Science Hill college in Kentucky.
Mr. Dearing has been In El Paso a
number of years and Is a popular
young man. He Is a member of the
Country club and other organizations of
Xotable among the large collection of
beautiful and useful gifts received by
the young couple, was a set of hime
made linen table cloths, napkins and
towels, the flax of which was grown,
spun, and w6ven on Mrs. M. P.
Schuster's father's place in Hungary,
and was a part of her own trousseau.
The bride and 'groom left Saturday
evening at 6:30 over the Mexican Cen
tral for Madera, Mex., where Mr. Dear
ing is assistant manager of the Madera
Among out of town guests at the
wedding were: Mrs. H. W. Galbraith,
of Amarillo, Tex.; Miss Margaret Poyn
ter, of Midway, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Dearing, and Mrs. Houser, of Chi
huahua, mother, father and grand
mother of the groonj.
Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock in the
parlors of the Christian church. Miss
Hilda Hickey and Frank E. Bessee
were quietly married by Rev. P. J. Rice.
The bride Is frcm Denver and the
groom from Mexico.
The young couple met here to be
married, and at once proceeded to their
future home near Chihuahua, Mex.
Miss Lucy Stokes Fisher and Eugene
Russell Cooper, of Clinton," Ia?pw-ere
married this morning at 11 oclock, at
the home of the bride's parents on the
Boulevard. Miss Fisher Is the third
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John TV.
Fisher, and a "most charming and at
tractive young girl. Mr. Cooper is a
prominent young business man of Clin
ton, la., where they will reside.
Mrs. G. P. Fry announces the mar
riage of her . daughter, Miss Ethel D.
Fry, to Henry F. Durkee, to take place
March 26 at the residence, 1018 Boulevard.
change will benefit Mrs. Morehead, who i
has been very llL
Mrs. Siegel, of San Francisco, who has ;
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. A.
Kline, left Monday for her home.
TV. H. Burges will return from San
Antonio Friday, where he has been at
tending the court of appeals.
General manager R. F. Morris, of the
new Trl-State Telephone and Telegraph
company, accompanied by Mrs. Morris,
arrived Monday from Colorado Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris have taken a house
on Lee street, near Montana, and will
move their household effects here at
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hamlin are recent
arrivals in the city from Denver, and
are guests of the St. Regis. Mr. Ham
lin is the vice president of the new Tri
State Telephone and Telegraph com
Mrs: Tames R. Golden and two chil
dren left Monday morning for a visit j
of several months in Los Angeles ana
other California points. In Los An
geles Mrs. Golden will be the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Armatlge.
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Itf HONOR OF BRIDES.
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Its Bad Effect Upon the Complexion.
El Paso winds are responsible for
most of the complexion woes of El Paso
women. They are so dry the winds
you understand that they dry up the
natural oils of the skin and leave it
harsh and scaly. Just try White's Al
mond and TVitchhazel Cream. Rub a lit
tle in each time you -wash your face. You
will be surprised how quickly the pores
absorb it, how "thirsty" they are. and
it will make your face feel so refresh
ed and nice. ""White's Almond and TVitch
hazel Cream is an El Paso preparation
intended especially for- El Paso women.
It cannot make hair grow. Sold and
Scott TVhite & Co.,
Oregon St, Just Below the S'ostoffice.
San Francisco St
Chamberlain's ough .Remedy never
disappoints those who use it for. ob
stinate coughs, colds and irritations of
the throat and lungs. It stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat and
lung diseases. Sold by all druggists.
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8 Cor. Texas and Stanton Sts.
Myles Family Going To
Ireland; Personal Notes
St Patrick's day will be of double
significance to H. C. Myles this year. In
addition to being the birthday of his
country's patron saint, the day will
mean much Co Mr. Myles for he is plan
ning to leave for the "auld sod" on
March 27 to visit the land which was
freed' of the snakes by the good St Pat.
Accompanied by Mrs. Myles, Miss
Kathleen and his son, Ernest. Mr. Myles
will leave here for New York- and will
sail for the continent upon the arrival
of the party there. After visiting Italy,
Germany, Austria, Holland and the other
countries of Europe, the El Paso fam
ily will go to Ireland to visit ithe town
of LImriek. the home of Mr. Myles's an
cestors. They will be away for the sum
Miss Ruth McRae, who has been the
guest of Miss Alvis TVUson, left Tues
day evening for her home in Seattle,
TVash. She was accompanied by Miss
Wilson, who will spend two mouths in
TV. A. White will arrive home at the
end of the week, for a short visit from
his ranch.at Grand Falls, Tex.
Mrs. Martha YeJton Turner and
daughter. Miss Martha Elsie Turner,
mother and sister of Mrs. A. H. Key,
who spent the winter here, left today
for their home in Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. O. C. Ellison, who has spent the
winter in the city, the guest of Mrs. M.
P. Schuster, will move this week out to
her charming bungalow home in High
Miss Reina Strithing, who has been
the guest for several months of Miss
Margaret Hitchcock, left today for her
home in Virginia, 111.
Mrs. H. TV. Gaibraith, of Amarillo,
Tex., who was here to attend the Fos-ter-Dearing
wedding, left today for San
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Davis have moved
TiTo. 1 Little Plaza
er and manufac
turer; all shades;
into their beautiful new home, corner of
Olive and Virginia streets. The interior
of the Davis home is an artistic ex
pression of the mission style, and most
charming in effect The exterior Is done
In the new pebble dash .method and Is
pleasing both in lines and finish.
Miss Margaret Poynter left today for
her hesne in Midway, Ky. Miss Poynter
was one of the bridesmaids at the Fo?-ter-Dearing
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ztiorehead have
gone to California, where it is hoped the
Miss Sue Crombie was the hostess at
a charmingly appointed luncheon given
Saturdasr at 1 oclock, in honor of Miss
Sallie Tom Walthall. Green and white
was tho color scheme chosen for the
decorations. A Japanese fern adorned
the center of tho table, and ropes of
smilax extended from the chandelier to
the corners of the table, giving a most
The place cards were handpamted
baskets of orange blossoms, and dainty
bride's slippers were given as favors.
The delightful luncheon was served in
nine course and covers were laid for
Mrs. W. A. White will entertain Sat
urday afternoon with a towel shower
complimentary to Miss Sallie Tom
Mrs. Van C. Wilson will entertain
with a shower tomorrow afternoon In
honor of Miss Walthall.
Mr. and Mrs. Erdix C. Dearing were
entertained Sunday at Chihuahua at an
elaborately appointed dinner of 12
courses, given by Miss Flora McL.ain.
Covers were laid for 30 guests Mr. and
Mrs. Dealing were married in this city
Saturday afternoon and were en route
to their future home in Madera, Mex.
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Mrs. W. H. Loretz entertained Satur
day afternoon at a charmingly infor
mal bridge party of five tables.
The first prize was won by Mrs.
Franklin, and Mrs. W. A. White secured
After the games a delicious salad
course was served, followed by the ice
The guests who enjoyed the affair
irorp Mpsdames W. A. White. F. P. Mil
ler, Franklin, H. E. Runkle, W. P. Mc- ,
t-w .j. T -C T.-v,V.vU 'Rot-olio TChlto. I
J D. Love. W. H. Bryan, Frank Tur
ner. L. H. Tucker, J. H. Grant. Winston
Pettus, James Crawford,. J. B. DuBose,
J. C. Anstrundl J. E. Bowen, L. J. Gil
christ,' Ingles, Wenkle.
Mrs. Winston Pettus will entertain
with the third of a series of bridge par
ties on Friday afternoon In honor of
Mrs. Ijula Hasnm Monmorency.
The Thursday Bridge club will jbe en
tertained this week by Mrs. George
Only the trained optician, with accurate,
scientific instruments, can do it properly.
The appointments of our testing room are
modern and complete. Experience, skill
and a thorough knowledge of the optical
business enables us to fill the requirements
of our customers with the iitmost satisfac
Those wishing to -have glasses fitted may
avoid delay by making appointment's. Bell
phone 104 Automatic 1104.
EL PASO OPTICAL GO.
J. R. SEGALL, EXAMINING OPTICIAN
Pioneer Plaza. EL PASO, TEXAS Established 1901
and was being done by the Trielle club,
which is made up of professional and
A toast was drunk to Miss Eleanor
Cloud, assistant secretary to whom is
so largely due the exceJent meals which
are served dally to the young women of
El Paso at the association rooms.
Miss Barnes then spoke and told of tho
joy she felt in seeing a r. W. C. A. or
ganized in El Paso.
Miss Lillian Crawford will be the next
hostess for the Thursday club.
The Woman's Aid society of the East
El Paso Presbyterian chureh will meet
Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Mayhew. at Hammett place, Tobin sec
The Home Mission society of Trinity
M E. church, south, held the regular
monthly business meeting in the-women's
parlor of the church Monday. Marcn ,b
at 3:30 p. m. The reports of the retiring
nfflrprc fnr lnat vear were read, after
which a vote of thanks was given them
for their faithful work during the past
Tlie devotional meeting of the society
which met at the usual hour on March
14. was conducted by Mrs. Palmer, cor
responding secretary of the Missouri
cenference. Mrs. Palmer, gave a very in
teresting talk and .many helpful sugges
tions on the duties of each officer. The
average attendance, for the two meet
ing was about 30.
Mrs. W. D. Howe will be the hostess
for the Thursday Lunch club tomorrow
Mrs. W. P. McDemott will be the next
hostess for the Wednesday afternoon
The Shakspere Reading club will mee
next Monday at the home of Mrs. J. L.
Dwyer. The club which is rapidly In
creasing both in number and interest,
has just finished the reading of Twelfth
Night, and jvrHl begin Measure for Meas
ure. The W- C." T. 'U. will celebrate one of
its red letter days, of which there are
17 during the year, on Friday afternoon.
This affair' will be in honor of Mrs. "Lil
lian Stevens, national president of 4he
W. C. T. TL, and also editor In chief of
Union Signal, the national paper of the
Red and -white wfii be the colors of
the day, and the W. C. T. IT. reams will
be attractively decorated for -the occasion.
Specially low prices this week on 30
inch braids a new shipment has just
come in. Elite Parlors, over Callsher's.
The Tlilel Detecti"-e Service Co.
Has opened offices in El Paso at 219
Caples Bldg.. and is prepared to handle
legitimate detective work for corpora
tions, mine owners, firms and. attorneys.
This service has branches in, the- prin
cipal cities In the IT. S., Canada and
Mexico. They have both phonP.
The' Daughters of the Confederacy '
will serve enchiladas in the old Schaefer '
drug store on San Antonio street, from J
11:30 to 2 p. m., Thursday, March 17. A i
matinee under their auspices will be J
held at the Happy Hour theater at 3:30.
Admittance 10 cents ruirof house. After '
the matinee enchiladas will be served
by the daughters at 5:30 p. m., at the
old Schaefer drug store.
Reception To Miss Barnes;
Women's Clubs In El Paso
Miss Helen S. Barnes, national secre
tary of the Y. W. C. A., who has been
in the city for a few days, left Monday
for Fort Worth and Dallas. Miss
Barnes has been making a tour of the
south visiting the cities where the Y.
W. C. A. have been established.
A reception was tendered to Miss
Barnes by the board of directors of the
El Paso association, at the association
rooms on Saturday evening last. In ad
dition to the members of the board, ithere
were present the wives of the pastors of
the various churches of the city and also
representatives from the several women's
organizations, as follows: Mrs. H. D.
Slater, women's charities: Miss Mamie
Sexton, United Daughters of the confer
eracy; Mrs. Kiester. Daughters of the
American Revolution: Mrs. Ben Jenkins,
Civic league; Mrs. A. W. Foster, Wom
an's club. Soveral of the women's or
ganizations Tere represented by mem
bers of the board.
The parlor was fragrant with the per
fume from great clusters of hyacinths,
while the tables in the dining room were
made beautiful with bowls of jonquils
and trailing ivy. Old fashioned brass
candlesticks added further to the dec
orations. The doxology was sung. Jed by Mrs.
Paul Heermans, and grace was said by
Mrs. C. L. Overstreet.
Mrs. Smith, president t of Jhe board,
presiding in her usual" happy way,
gave the addres3 of welcome, in which
she called attention to the fact that in
one sense this was an Initial entertain
ment, as it was the first time the board
had met at the same table since the or
ganization of the association In El
Paso. The Chatauqua salute was given
to Miss Barnes, who acknowledged It in
a few words. Mrs. Smith then spoke of
the dedication on Sundatf the ground
for the boarding home.
Mrs. W. C. Davis, chairman of the
boarding home committee, who has been
a most indefatigable worker for the
home, responded to the toast, "Our
Boarding Home." She related in a most
humorous way, some of her experiences,
and closed with a brief but exceedingly
satisfactory statement of the progress
of the work.
Miss Mabel IC. Stafford, general secre
tary, responded to the toast "Our Cen
tral Headquarters." Miss Stafford, spoke
of the first meeting in El Paso; of the
increase and growth of the central work
in the few mouths since the organization
and told some instances of the need of
the central rooms.
Mrs. J. E. Townsend spoke of the
good work being done by Mrs. Durkee
and Miss Stafford in the Bible classes
at the association rooms, and of the fine
young women who attended these clas
ses. Mrs. H. B. Durkee responded to the
tenst "Our (Slrls," in a bright, enthu
siastic way. Mrs. Durkee said that there
are 2000 self supporting women in El
Paso. Some of these young women meet
with her once a week for Bible study.
Many of them are looking forward with
the greatest pleasure to the time when
they can live in the boarding home. She
spoke of the work wlhch had been done
jfCET- W -Mb WM.M.
IN THE SOUTHWEST.
"Chanticler" Hat v
The fcst authoritative " Chantieler" Hat has
reached El Paso and is now exhibited here. This
is an introduction to the many Chanticler styles
that are soon to follow, so you should see this
special Hat without fail. In addition, the Millin
ery display this week is really marvelous.
Another novelty are the
These are shown in wide
variety at prices rang
ing from 75c to $2.00.
The "Chanticler" But
tons are also here and
will be displayed to
morrow in the Motions
Section. See them.
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