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EL PASO HERAL
"B Wednesday, May 18, 1910.
Many Card 'Parties
In City
In Club Circles
Touring the
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11 you want to save both money and
worry, come to the Big Shoe Store,
where you are sure to find just what
you want in the way of pumps or ankle
ties for the girl or oxfords and shoes
for the boy.
Patent Leather, Gun Metal or "White
Canvas Ties and Pumps for Children.
Misses' and Young Ladies', as high as
$3.00 aslowas $1.2l3
Youths' and Boys' Oxfords in patent leather and gen
uine Box Calf, with oak tanned soles, strong and dur
able, yet sightly shoes, as 'high as
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T5he Man Dho 'Wins
By Clara Bushnell Castle.
It Is not so much ilie tiling? wlilch Is done,
That counts for a man In the winning;
But how much more of n man, Is the man
In the end. than in the heslmiinsr.
The man -who wins, the man who stays
In the race, In spite of the odds;
The strength of men is a man's, alvays.
But the victor's, is a man's pins God's,
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Weddings and Parties In
Honor Of El Paso Brides
ervice
Embraces More Than
The Mere Selling of Goods
The most accurate eye examination, the highest grade of lens
grinding, the most painstaking frame adjustment mark the
methods that have developed our large and successful business.
Come in and ask Segail about your eyes then you'll know.
as low as
$1.50
GREATER EL PASO f 5
'GREATEST SHOE STORE,
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NOT BEST BECAUSE LARGEST, BUT LARGEST BECAUSE BEST.
The
Specialty
Shop
AILEEN BERG
No. 1 Liftle Plaza
MILLINERY
LADIES' WEAR
HAIR GOODS
Wholesale Import
er and manufac
turer; all shades;
lowest prices.
GRADUATION DRESSES AXD BRIDAL
GOW5S.
Aileen Berg-, of the Specialty Shop,
makes the pleasing announcement that
her large stock; of girls' graduation
dresses and bridal gowns, all of which
are exclusive designs and mostly all im
ported, will be pdaced on sale commenc
ing tomorrow, Thursdav, for one-half
the regular price, making their cost
cheaper than you can buy inferior goods.
None reserved; first come first served.
Have pretty hands have us manicure
them regularly. Elite Parlors, over
Calisher's.
The "clothes pin" shower given by
Miss Nell Pollard Saturday afternoon at
the Country club in honor of Miss Lil
lian Austin, was marked ay an origi
nality that rendered it particularly
charming. "
At the close of the bridge games
which preceded the shower the curtains
to the rest room were drawn aside, dis
closing a line upon which hung every
thing that could be dear to the heart of
a prospective bride. The "shower" very
strongly resembled a deluge. The vari
colored clothes pins which held the pres
ents were collected and put into a bag
for the younger women of the party to
draw. The white pin signified the next
bride, while the one drawing the gold
pin would marry for wealth, and the
green pin indicated the old maid of the
party.
In the bridge games Mrs. A. P. Coles
and Miss Ethel White won the prizes.
The tally cards were in plain white,
bearing the hostess's monogram. The
table was in the form of a hollow square
and the decoration effect was particu
larly pleasing.
The central table held a large basket of
pink and white-sweet peas.' The basket
handle was tied with an immense bow
of white tulle, from which long stream
ers ran through the center of the table
to flower-filled baskets at either end.
Strewn over the tulle in graceful
abandon was a profusion of pink and
white sweet peas and ferns.
The bridal chair occupied by Miss
Austin was decorated with white sweet
peas and draped with white tulle and
ribbon. The attractive place cards helO
the figure of a bride, hand-painted in
watercolors. A delicious two course
luncheon was served.
Among those in attendance were Mes
dames James L. Marr, Lamar Davis, W.
; D. Wise, Charles Pomeroj-, Tsabel Flato,
A. P. Coles, Winchester Cooley, Frank
Coles, Otis Coles, F. J. Feldman, W. W.
Turney, M. O. Wright, R. F. Burges, W.
H. Burges, W. D. Howe, H. S. Potter,
R. C. Semple, J. L. Dyer, Roy M. Wol
cott, Fernando C. Searle, C M. New
man, Tom Newman, C. J. Maple, W. L.
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Ladies' traveling bags at 33 1-3 per
cent discount at Hixson's this week. See
the windows.
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USINESS INVilED
Our facilities for serving you are exceptionally complete. The
security this bank ofiers you is unquestionable and the
miqiiao-ement is in the hands of strong, conservative finan-
K ciers, whose names are known throughout El Paso as rep
resenting individual as "well as corporate success.
Capital and Surplus 840,000.00
NOW BEING INCREASED TO $360,000.
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Gaines, W. S. Crombie, F. E. Hunter,
J. W. Magoffin, William Glasgow. L. M.
Buford. W. R. Brown, R. C. Canby,
George R. LeBaron. D. T. White, Ralph
Loomis, Kenneth D. Oliver, Hugh S.
White, Leila Moore, Q. B. Henderson,
Josephine Morfit, Misses Lillian Aus
tin, Maud Austin, Ethel White, Leigh
White, Ethel Walz, Mabel Falvey. Alma
Jones, Anna Shelton, Monica Gallagher,
Sue Crombie, Lynette Fisher, Frances
Clark, Carolyn Payne, Katherin Coles,
Nannie Lackland, Mary Fisher, Adlne
Noake, Jane Christy, Henrietta Buckler,
Virginia Mitchell and others.
The marriage of Miss Ruth Coleman
to Charles Miller, of Santa Fe, which
has already been announced, will take
place Wednesday, May 25.
The ceremony will occur at the First
Baptist church at G oclock, Rev. Robert
Bruce Smith officiating.
The bride will be attended only b$
her two little nieces as flower girls.
Announcement has been received of
the marriage of Mrs. Inez E. Preston
and Frank D. Morgans. The ceremony
took place at the home of the groom in
Gifford park, Bronxvllle. New York, on
Thursday, May 12. They will make
their future homer in Bronxvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Caspary, Sr., have
Issued invitations to the wedding of
their daughter Maude to John K. Pra
ther on the evening of Wednesday, June
1, at 9 oclock at Westminster Presby
terian church.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Potter came In
on the train of the National Railways
of Mexico Tuesday morning from Mex
ico City, returning from their wedding
tour, begun after their wedding several
weeks ago.
Mrs. Helen Roberts entertained this
afternoon with a shower supplemented
b'- bridge In honor of Miss Lillian Aus
tin. Miss Elizabeth Winfleld and W. H.
Booty were married at Long Beach,
1 CaJ.. May 9.
El Paso Teachers To Scatter
To All Parts Of the Country
Miss Alliene Howren will go to her
home at Aniarillo, Tex.
Miss M. JZ. Henry will visit her home
at Cnero, Tex. v
Miss Mary White goes to Huntsville,
lex., to the normal.
Mrs. Ida Breed may go to Califor
nia. Miss Alta Craig goes to her home in
Crete, Neb.
Miss Sophia Gilchrist goes to New
Mexico.
Miss Florence Goddard will go to
CMcago.
Miss Edith Giddings will visit in Mex
ico City.
Miss Dorothy Russell will remain at
home in El Paso.
Miss Mazie Cole 'will go to San Mar- i
cos.
Miss Alberta Heep will summer at
Cloudcroft, N. M.
Miss Clara Mundy will g6 to Oregon
and the northwest.
Miss Zimia Hartfield will jro to ier
Miss Anna Washburn will remain at
home in El Paso. ,
Miss Alice Fitzpatrick will make an
eastern trip.
Miss Annie L. Rood, accompanied by
her mother, -tv ill leave next week for
her home in Uvalde, Tex., for the sum
mer. '
Miss Rena Hudson, one of the popu
lar teachers, will go to Tucumcari, N.
M., after the close of school, and later
uill go to California.
Miss Ailsa Frank is anticipating a
summer outing at the coast resorts.
Miss Minnie James anj Miss Isabelle
Gibson will summer in California, visit
ing Los Angeles and the coast resorts.
Miss Helen Thornton will spend her
summer vacation at her home in Austin.
Mips Ella Newsome will go to Mor
gan, Tex., for a summer outing.
Miss Leona Black and Mrs. Alice Da
vis will leave at the close of school for
San Marcos to attend the state nor
mal. Miss Louise Harper tv III leave about
the middle of June for New York and
the Connecticut coast resorts.
(Continued on Page Eleven.)
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mett's friends, and the children are
promised the usual delightful time. Ev
ery child whose father, brother or un
cle is an Elk will be expected to attend
and enjoy the entertainment and good
things to eat that will be provided
for them.
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A PERSONAL.. ? I
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Col. E. W. S. Neff. who is seriously
ill. is reported to be resting comfort
ably. 9 $
Rev. Robert Bruce Smith will return
Saturday from an eastern trip, includ
Irrg Chicago, Baltimore. New York and
also a visit to his mother, at Ashton,
W. Va.
Mrs. W. L. Brown anst Miss Olga
Berry" have returned from a visit -w ith
the former's brother, at Mazatlan, Mex
ico. Mr. and Mrs. J. r. Coles and children
have gone to California to spend the
summer -months.
Mrs. Morris Parker and family will
leave the end of the month for their
usual summer outing in California.
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Mrs. W H. Burges will arrive home
the end of the week from a visit with
her mother in Fulton, Mo.
Francis L. Moore will leave the lat
ter part of the month for Europe. He
will go by way of New Orleans to New
York and will sail on June S for Paris.
Tuesday next Mr. Moore will give a
farewell recital- to a number of
friends at the home of Mrs. W. R-
Brown.
Mrs. Frank Morris -will leave early in
June for Cloudcroft to spend the hot
months.
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Bo.-n, to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Michel
more, at Lordsburg. N. M.. a son. Dor
cnan Daines Micheluiore. " Mrs. Michel
more T.-as formerly Miss Nell Dorman,
of El Paso.
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CHURCH AFFAIRS. V
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Newest designs in shopping bags at
one-third off at Hlxson'. See windows.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Kind Cot From 25c
219 San Antonio Street.
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PARTIES.
On Saturday afternoon the Misses
Gertrude Howes and Ruth Coleman
very delightfully entertained the high
school girls of the domestic science
classes. The affair was given at the
home of Miss Fannie Blakesley in High
land park. A pleasant afternoon of
music and conversation was enjoyed,
and refreshments were served.
The hostesses were assisted by Mrs.
W. D. Coleman and Mrs. ElizabethKo
ger. .The guests were Misses Alberta Man
uel, Stella Campbell, Marion Young, Ru
vv nTid Onal Kadlock, Yelma Chenoweth,
j Madeline Kerr, Marie Schwartz, Luline
and Onieta Wilkerson, Minnie i-.ee ias
siter, Alma Anderson, Clara Fink,
Blanche Garvin, Jennie Locke.
On Saturday afternoon little Mar
garet Norman celebrated her tenth
birthday anniversary by entertaining a
number of her little friends.
The afternoon was spent in playing
all kinds of games. Pinning the tail
on the donkey afforded much merri
ment, Norma Tuttle, Pattie Ainsa and
Katherine Pfaff drew for the prize, Nor
ma Tuttle being the lucky winner. The
needle race was the next on the pro
gram, each child was given five needles
to thread, the ones who threaded the
most were Mary Ainsa and Mary White.
A fishing, pond was thoroughly en
joyed by the little guests, each one
catching a prize. The children were
then seated on the lawn at one long
table. At each place was a fancy little
box of bon bons. In the cutting of the
b'rthdaj' cake, which was decorated
v-ith ten pink and white candles, Eliza
beth Pfaff cut the thimble. Katherine
Tobin the wishbone, Mabel O'Connor the
ring.
The f ollowiiig little girls enjoyed Mar-
gaiet's party and wished her many
happy returns of the day.
Lucile Ayers, Lucile Lyons, Marion
and Pattie Ainsa, Elita Spellman, Emily
Spellman, Lavon Sorrels, Katherine and
Elizabeth Pfaff, Phronie, Helen and
"Virginia Steely, Frieda Kipp, Frences
O'Connor, Katherine Tobin, Thomas
i Frances, Harry Swain, Mary and Kath
j enne White, Alice Mahoney, Annie-
Lyons, Lucile and Corine Iredale, Lucile
and Edith Maloney, Mable O'Connor and
Norma Tuttle, Yv'illlam Frances, Louis
Ayers.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Frankenburger
j entertained Saturday evening in honor
I of their ISth wedding anniversary. Lit
tle heart shaped matched cards were
used in determining the partners for
the game of "Flower Love Story," after
which each guest was given a little
booklet in heart shape, with the story
written, leaving blank spaces for the
name of different flowers to be sup
plied to complete the love story.
The guests were then Invited into
the dining- room to partake of refresh
ments in the way of frozen cherries and
whinDefl cream, server! in oransre shells
upon green foliage. The place cards I
were of painted yellow daisies tied with j
yellow and green ribbon. YeHow and ,
green were the attractive colors used
also to adorn the table in the way of
cake and bonbons. Honeysuckle was
used as a centerpiece for the table.
Those enjoying the hospitality of Mr.
and Mrs. Frankenburger were Mr. and
Mrs. Fletcher Harvey, Robert Harvey,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hodge, Mrs. Pit
caithly. of Pueblo. Colo ; L. J. Sykes. of
Pasadena, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. George
Calvert and Miss Josephine Frankenburger.
The annual pntprtniumpnt for the chil
dren of the Elks will be given Satur
day evening at the club home.
The affair which has heretofore been
in -charge of Mrs. B. F. Hammett will
this year be looked after by Mrs. Haui-
A VACATION SUESTTON.
Take a Bottle of V.'hltc's Hair Tonic
With You.
You are planning your summer trip,
no doubt? Whether you are going for
the summer or only for a month, don't
forget to put a bottle of White's Hair
Tonic in your trunk.
Neglect causes most hair troubles. If
you neglect to apply White's Hair Tonic
even for a month, dandruff will appear
and your hadr will begin to fall out.
White's Hair Tonic for sale only by
Scott White & Co..
Prescription Druggists,
204 Mills St.
Iepot Phsrinacy.
San Francisco St.
EL PASO NEG&O
KILLED BY TEAIN
Sanderson, Texas, May IS. Louis
Collins, a negro about 32 years of age.
was ground to death by the wheels of
the Southern Pacific passenger train
No. 10, two miles west of Sanderson. It
is supposed he was stealing a ride. His
body was buried by G. H. section hands..
Collins was employed by W. R. Britt, an
El Paso grocer.
Mr. Britt stated Wednesday morning
that (joilinK naa worKea ior mm ior me i
past two years and that he was on his
way to San Antonio where he had se
cured work with the G. H. He had a
wife and children living in El Paso.
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Foot, Foollslt
Woman !
The Men's Brotherhood of the First
Presbyterian church will hold a final
get-together meeting of the season on
Thursday evening, in the church par
lors. Col. A. C. Sharp, of Fort Bliss,
will make the principal address of the
evening.
A musical program is being arranged
and refreshments will be served.
The Women's Missionary society of
the First Presbyterian church held the
last meeting of the season Tuesday af
ternoon in the church parlors.
The program for the occasion was in
charge,of Mrs. J. E. Townsend, who was
assisted by Mrs. T. J. Jones and Mrs.
H. T. BowiS. '
Miss Florence Comfort contributed to
the pleasure of the afternoon with a
delightfully rendered solo.
The Barraca and Philathea .lasses of
Trinity M. E. church, wlii hold a busi
ness and social meeting combined, on
Friday evening at the parsonage.
Mrs. J. C. Schuller very pleasantly
entertained the women of the Home
Mission society of Trinity church Mon
day afternoon in the church parlors.
There was no set prograri. but a. gen
eral good time was enjoyed and re
freshments were served.
Friday morning at 9 oclock the W. C.
T. U. flower mission will meet in the
basement of the First Presbyterian
church. Flowers will be arranged for
distribution.
Rev. C. L. Overstreet and Arthur i
Marstons will address the meeting. A j
program of musio, recitations and read- i
inff will be given, after which the sick,
suffering and shutins will be visited. '
Mrs. J. E. Schuller entertained the '
Home Mission society of Trinity church
in the parlor on Monday afternooo from
3:30 to 6. Refreshments consisting of
fruit punch, cream and cake "were serv
ed. About 40 were present to enjoy the
informal social planned by Mrs. Schul
ler. t
A CARDS. $
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The Thursday Bridge club will be en
tertained this week by Mrs. D. Y. Had-
ley.
The Merry Wives High. Five club will
be entertained thl3 week at the home ot
Mrs. M. O. Wright-
The ladles of the Home Mission so
ciety of Trinity church will have a May
sale on Saturday. 21st, corner of El Paso
and San Antonio streets- Also cake sala
at Natlons's market, Saturday. 21st.
How can we sell all our traveling- and
ladies snooping: bags for 33 1-3 off?
j We charge the loss to advertising and
believe it pays. Hlxson.
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FtAOm ATIMPOHJFJCES
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rnitwre Co's
Homeward Bound Sale opened Monday morning-
and the high grade andv well known lines
carried bv us are beino-
'old at a Discount
that enables any one to see at a glance the ex
traordinary Talues we are offering during this
le. Our object is to dispose of as many goods
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as possible before the time comes for us to move;
there is nothing else to it for us, and it's an
actual
1
oney saving
opportunity
Think of her at
tempting to make
ico cream in the
old disappointing
way! With
ICE CREM
Powder
aha can make the
most delicious ice cream in ten minutes,
freezing and all, at a cost of about one
cent a dish and nexergov.cartliA stove.
Your grocer will tell you all about
it, or you can get a book from the
Genesee Pure Food Co., LeBoy, N.Y.,
if you will wnto them.
der, two packages for 25 cents.
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for those that want to take advantage of it.
rTew shipments of porch and J awn goods, con
sisting of Swings, Settees, Chairs and Rockers,
and a full line of Herrick Refrigerators included.
oyt F wniture
Temporary Location
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218 -South Stanton Street -2 28
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