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H8 Wednesday, June 8, 1910. WESTERN UNION : ' Many Card Tarite lfW I IL i turner ou Happy v during the "WeeK. w J X T 1 1 jdr 1 - ln S octal 'Circlek - - - i S y. " -y - Form 294. I fMMl-All'Q 911fl MlA' '' ' yn Btud. In Iorfr WESTERN fubl MffM UHliCucIl dliO MI . union -gr ,w j I j . v ' oman Sandals again, as they proved very fast sellers. Infantfe ' Roman San- Children's Roman San- Vlals, sizes 2 to 5 A Children's Roman San- davs, sizes oVo to 8 KF Erf .to GREATER Ei j& M xfJiffrgAGREATESTSHOE STORE GREATEST SHOE STORE, OUT-OF-TOWN VISITORS. V V V V V V V V V V . . . v Mrs. J. W. Eubank lias as her guests this week, her mother, Mrs. R. Sanfield, and Mrs. H. E. Clark, of Milan, Mich. t. Miss Imogene Mead, of Tucson, Ariz., i? the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ray, li -ins at 1011 North El Paso street. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cart-wright, of Ter rel, Texas, arrived in the city yesterday to visit their daughter, Mrs. Clarence Pickrell. Mrs. M. L. Garland of Burlington, "Wyo., arrived recently to visit her j daughter, Mr. William Hogarth. 916 North Florence street. Mrs. Hogarth and mother trill leave afaouj July 1 to spend the remainder of the summer at Ocean Park. r o Eu route from Los Angeles to her home in Hot Springs, Ark., Miss Eliza beth Still was the guest for n few days this week of Mrs. C Lu Overstreet. Mrs. W. E. Downing, who has been visiting Mrs. J. "W. Eubank for several rsonths, will soon leave for her home in Kentucky. En route she will spend some time at Ennis, Texas, "with friends. Mr- and Mrs., H. A. Cline arrived last' j week from Wharton, Tex., to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. S. E. Wooten. Mr. Cline returned to Wharton Sunday, but Mrs, Cline will remain here some time. TBE HVT SHOP. our Summer aver a single 4 & fimp to provide yourself with that wanted Summer Hat at less than HALF PRICE. Our styles are crisp, new and exclusive; sterling merit marks every ar- THE HAT SHOP. r" 112 TEXAS ST. The We just received a new con signment of Misses' and Children's Roinan Sandals. They are the most' elegant and artistic summer shoe you can get for the baby or the girl. Gome and get a pair before they are all gone dais, sizes Sy2 to 11 $2.00 Misses' Roman Sandals, sizes 11V to 2 EL PASO'S CARDS. Miss Elizabeth Page very delightfully entertained on Friday morning at High Five, complimentary to Mrs. J. W. Eubank's guest, Mrs. "W. E. Down ing, of Kentucky. The first prize, a handsome hand painted bonbon dish, was won by Mrs. T. H. Schneidau. After the games a de lightful luncheon was served to the guest-s, who ,were: Mesdames "W. E. Downing, George Cole, J. W. Eubank, Edgar Fewel, Courtney Camp, JI E. Bowen. T. H. Schneidau, TV. H. Broad dus, H. F. Kettler, N. T. Moore, J. Cooke. Miss Ethel Tvalz will entertain with a bridge party on Saturday afternoon in honor of' Miss Lillian Austin, c A44iA44iT4i4Jif4l -J. l & EL FASOAXS AT H03IE. $ 4 " A Mrs. J. E. Bowen will discontinue her day at home, Monday, during the sum mer months. a Mrs. Leila -T. Moore has been con- fined to her home the past week the Summertime, especially, is when you should have us shampoo your hair regu larly. Elite Parlors, over Calisher's. i5T rW JiTm 4rS W K f V H TO. M. Vk Millinery our policy is not to carry tiat or shape, ana you buy ere. 112 Texas Street & JLClLIL A gleam of amber through the sunset's glow And oa the keys your ha nds that softly creep, Aimlessly wanderlij? like Httle sheep, Lost In a pasture-land Ions ago. Dusk and the shndovrs sifting to and fro And far away upon some tvrlllt sfteep, Fast in the dew-washed asphodel asleep, Drunken iu dreams that stir as drifted snow. Where now the wind Is but a shepherd's reed, And overhead the clouds a scattered fleece, Swift as the scud and restless as the sea Or where borne home across that pallid mead, I see no more the lovely vales of Greece Onlj'iyour, hands that are of Ivory! Many Ei Pasoans C. T. Pearson left Alamogordo, where he some time. recently for will remain Mrs. Herbert Stevenson and children left for Cloudcroft Tuesday. They will spend the summer in their cottag-e. Mrs. H. A. Patch and children left Tuesday for Cloudcroft, where they will spend the summer. i. Mrs. A. P. Averill left yesterday for Toledo, O., where she will visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Moore. On June 20, Mrs. Averill will go to Ithaca, X. Y.. to attend the alumni reunion of Cornell university, of which she is s graduate. Miss Jennie "Williams, of 403 South j Campbell street, leaves this evening" for , Caldwell, Tex., where she expects to j spend the summer with relatives. t I Mrs. W. F. Robinson and children ex pect1 to leave the latter part of the month for the Thousand Islands to spend the summer. Mrs. David Roberts and children have gone up to Cloudcroft for a visit before going to California later in the season. Mrs. Parvin "Witte left Monday even ing for Philadelphia, called there by the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. E. G. Adams and daughter, Miss Glen Adams, have gone to Ken tucky to spend the summer. Miss Kate Adams, who vis visiting friends in Dallas, will arrivehome in about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown have gone to Faywood Springs, N. M., for a short visit. - I Misses Rosalie Behr, Grace Fleck and Howard Fleck left Sunday for the Fleck ranch in . New Mexico. Mrs. Fleck and daughter Dema left this morning to join the party. " ? Mr. and Mrs. Felix Kahn and son, John, left Monday evening on an east ern trip. Mrs. Marv Hamilton and niece, 3Iiss Sophia Gilchrist, left today for a sum mer's outing at Las 'Vegas, N. M. Rev. Henry Easter went i up to Cloudcroft Tuesday to settle is fam il5' for the summer. Mrs. James A. Dick and children will leave Thursday for California. Capt. and Mrs. T. J. Beall will soon leave for a visit at Fort Worth. Caht. Beall and his brother. Dr. E. J. Beall, of Ft. Worth, will enjoy a fishing trip together, while Mrs. Beall will visit friends in Fort Worth, Dallas and San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. C- J. Anstrand are en- THE HAT SHOP. tilts is a capital THE HAT SHOP. 112 TEXAS ST. Leaving The City For the Summer joying a two months visit in Chicago. Mrs. Susan Franklin left last week for Virginia to spenl the warm months. Mrs. TV. H. Winter and son, Bailey, left Mondaj' to spend the summer months in California. Mrs. J. M. Richmond and son have gone to their former home in Edna, Texas, for a visit before going to Cali fornia for the remainder of the sum mer. Mrs. J. F. Crosby and daughters, Yndita and Josephine, and Mrs. Harry Wood, left Saturday to spend the sum mer on Long Island, and other points. MissJFrances Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .A. G-'Foster, of this city, graduated yesterday from Troop's Poly technic school in Pasadena, Cal. Miss Foster has made a fine record in her studies, especially in English and do mestic -science. Mrs. Foster will leave about July 1st and will be joined at Loner Beach bv her daughter' where rfwl they will spend the summer. rj. WOMAN'S -ORGANIZATIONS. " 4- The Shakspere Reading club will hold Its next meeting at the home of Mrs. W. K. Hogarth, 1019 Newman street, On last Thursday evening Harmony Chapter No. 244, O. E. S., installed of ficers for the ensuing year. Dr. MatTie I. Hill acted as installing officer and Mrs. Bstora Walker as marshal. The following officers were installed: Mrs. Catherine Sanburn, worthy ma tron; W. A. Doolittle, worthy patron; Mrs. A. V. Doolittle, associate matron; Mrs. Annie O'Rear, secretary; Mrs. Net tie Young, treasurer; Mrs. Alice McNe mar, conductress; Miss Vivian Sheay, associate conductress; Mrs. Laura Hewitt, chaplain; . Mrs. Annie Leary. J marshal; Mrs. Hellen Dennis, organist; Mm. Annie Lusk, Adah: Mrs. Eugenia Schuster, Ruth; Miss Florence Klein. Esther; Mrs. Helen Mead, Martha; Mrs. Mittie Harok, Electa; Mrs. Gladys Ryen, warden; B. J. Zabriskie, sen tinel. Beautiful bouquets of American Beauty roses were presented to both incoming and retiring matrons, aftn which refreshments were served and all passeda, very enjoyable evening. . The Sunshine Workers will meet as usual on Friday morning at the home of Mrs. Win. H. F. Judd. Much work is being accomplished by the enthusiastic members, which will materially aid in carrying en the work for the babies. The business meeting of tile W. C. T. U. Friday was in every way most pleas ing. The attendance was unusually good. Reports from superintendents and committees were read. Temperance and charitable work was outlined, and plans for a patriotic and temperance celebration discussed and adopted, bu not matured. An enjoy able program was given, a delightful number of which was a solo by Miss Eva Weeks, with accompaniment by Miss Lula Ilfrey. 4 WEDDINGS. 4" i 4 On June IS, at high noon, at St. Clement's Episcopal church, Miss Lil lian Frances Austin and Thomas R. Hasam, of Mexico City, will be united in marriage by Rev. Henry Easter. As Mrs. Austin's health will not per mit of a large wedding. thQ, :ere nony vill be a quiet affair with only relatives and a few Intimate friends m attend ance. . Miss Maud Austin will be the bride's only attendant, and Mr. De Rivas, of Mexico City will be the groom's best man. Immediately following the ceremony, the bride and groom will leave for New York, safling from there for Veracruz. Mexico, with a short stop off at Ha vana, Cuba. Miss Austin is one of El IMso's most popular and attractive girls. Sinne her engagement was announced a number of delightful social affairs havn been given in her honor, and her many EI Paso friends regret giving her up. Mr. Hasam, who is a prominent young business man of Mexico City, will ar rive on Monday, accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Lula Hasam Montmorency, and his best man, Mr. De Rivas. Mr. and Mrs. M. Pearl, of 1502 San Antonio street, announce the engage ment of their sister. Miss Lena Ablow itz, who recently came here from Den ver, Colo., to' Louis D. Stark, a prqmi nent young business man of El Paso, who has resided here for the jmst six STERN INCORPORATED ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager The Largest Telegraph and Gable Systeauin Existence. Cable Service To All the World 24,000 OFFICES AND 25,000 ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS IN NORTH AMERICA DIRECT AMERICAN CABLES NEW YORK TO GREAT BRITAIN ' - CONNECTS also with ANGLO-AMERICAN and DIRECT f-ATLANTIC CABLES DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH GERMANY AND FRANCE, CUBA WEST DS. SmpSS SOUTH AMERICA. WITH PACIFIC CABLES TO ALASKA, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA, GUAM, THE PHILIPPINES, JAPAN, ETC. Branch offices in Principal Cities of Great Britain and the European Continent. ! caoroc to hp RPTlt r NUMBER 4 DA. SENT BY XO. RECEIVED at j El Paso Optical Co-.., Duplicate reading glasses, last prescription. 5'. 22 a. m. June 7, 1910 PO. & XO. ,' 'The world will make a beaten path to your door, even if I work is better than your neighbor 's." Emerson. years. The wedding will occur in the fall. v Earle Choate and Mrs. Marie Picard were married at the residence of judge a -vr tj n hull, on Mvrtle avenue, Mon-j day evening. The couple left innnedi-V ately afterwards on me irdiu ui ." National railways of Mexico for -Mexico City, where they tvIH spend their honey Tnnnn Thft marriace was a' surprise to their friends, as no date had been set for the vedding. The announcement. rt-n mnflo some tune ago at a iisnine, ( party at Berino, N. M., the home of tho hHriP. Mr. Choate is a member of the firm of Choate, Cooper & Co., with I nffirA in the chamber of commerce building. "5 &. DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS. A "S" 184.108.40.206.4,44.4"3'4'-3"i'-I" Mrs. Clarence Pickrell entertained on Friday at a charmingly appointed lunch eon, given in honor of the Mioses Ellia A color schem of yellow and white was attractively developed with a pro fusion of shasta daisies. The table was spread with a handsome drawn work and cluny cover, over yellow. A mound -of daisies adorned the center, while bouquets of- the same flower were at each cover. The at tractive place cards were also decor ated in daisies. Those at the table were: Misses Janie, Anna, Grace and Ger trude Ellis, Frances Clark, Laura Mur chison and Mrs. Pickrell. RETURNING EL PASOANS. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Davis have re turned from a two weeks' visit at the JL'aviS piajliauuu hi oiaiua tuuutj, j.u... Miss Flora Campbell, who has been attending the Sam Houston Normal at Huntsville, Texas, during the winter, is now being entertained at a house party at Hempstead, Tex. She will also visit at Austin, and San Antonio before returning ghome. e Mr. and Mrs. O. G. 9eeton have re turned from a lengthy visit in Califor nia. Mr. Seeton is much improved In health. "3- 4 5"-"$-4"l' 4"5 .J. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY ON 4 PAGE FOURTEEN. EXCLUSIVE" WHOLESALE' &mmL(?j MILLINERY I INTHES0UTHWE5T. 1 4 r iJMSOM TELESHAPfri COMPANY "Via WESTERN UNION" REC'D BY PO No. OF WORDS 10 El Paso, (Texas) . John Samter. M 202 Texas Street, rmeal ; . CARR DRUG CO. Su Instruments 1 Eu ;1 Mail Orders Receive Prompt and Careful Attention lip . X 5b5. JPjf AVE SHAVE DOWN OUR. PRICES WHEN AVE FIRST MARK OUR GOODS. EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE RUNS SMOOTHLY, BECAUSE WE AL- 1VAYS KEEP ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF EVERYTHING A FIRST CLASS HARDWARE STORE SHOULD CARRY, x - WE STAND BEHIND EVERYTHING WJZ SELL AND "MAKE GOOD' ON EATERY DEAL. OUR VALUES ARE PLAIN TO SEE. 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