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12 Saturday, Sept. 17, 1910.
JN timer ots Happy Tffairj In Social Circle Many BacK From fummer V ' acation EL PASOAXS AWAY. Mr. and Mrs. J.' Calisher left this afternoon on an extendea eastern trip. Mason Pollard will leave tomorrow to reentor the state university at Aus tin. A. "W. McLane left Saturday on the Golden State for a month's visit in the east. Mrs. Guy Hammett is at the Virginia hotel. Long Beach, where she will spend several -weeks. Frank B. Putnam, son of Mrs. Edith Putnam, has been enjoying a short outing- at Cloudcroffc. Mrs. Baxter Lewis has been called to California to attend the bedside of her father, who is seriously ilL Miss Helen Lucas left Monday night for San. Antonio, Texas, to attend the state -normal school at that place. Mrs. "W. A. White Is enjoying a month's sojourn in Los Angeles, where sh is visiting her mother and sister. Mrs. A. "W, Reeves and daughter, Mar guerite, will remain In California for the winter. Miss Reeves will enter college there. "Ferd Buchanan, who has just re r Our Opening a Grand Success The praise bestowed on Opening night and following the Opening has more than compensated ns for the trouble attendant upon it. We wish to extend publicly our thanks for the reception tendered us, and assure you that we depend for subsequent business upon merit alone. Now Ready for HHHHHHHHHH9HHH3HHBHHHHHIHHHHBHK5i33 The superb millinery shown at the Opening is now on sale. Every possible Tmllfnery need can now be satisfactorily supplied here. In addition to our complete stock, representing as it does the best ideas of every well-known milliner, our workroom, is also well equipped. We have secured designers and trimmers -of wide experience and original ideas. In case you did not attend our Opening, be sure" and visit the new store Monday. Ch One of the most attractive features of the Opening was the showing -of Children's Millinery. We make this a specialty, and for the little tots, the grammar school girls and the misses you will find here a millinery stock that is just as choice' and just as exclusive as that intended for the elder sisters and mothers. The line we are showing comes from a fam ous New York maker who makes a specialty of headwear for the children. Bloch Millinery ROBERTS-BANNER BUILDING turned from an extensive trip abroad, left Monday evening for Mexico City to attend the centennial celebration. Miss Maud Austin, who returned last week from California, left Monday evening for Mexico City to visit her sis ter, Mrs. Thomas R. Hasam, and to at tend the centennial celebration. Mrs. James L. Marr left yesterday for California to join Mr. Marr, -who pre ceded her there. They will spend sev eral weeks at "Los Angeles and other California points before returning f home. - , Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gilchrist, who are spending their honeymoon touring California, are at present in San Diego. Later they will, go to Los Angeles to visit the groom's mother and from there to San Francisco, returning home in a few weeks. Mrs. H. E. Gaughan and daugntef, Miss May, of 109 South Florence street, will leave tomorrow aftenoon for Sac ramento, CaL, where they will reside in the future. Mr. Gaughan is a busi ness man there. Miss Florence Mauer, of 1011 North El Paso street, has gone on a visit to her mother, Mrs. C. Mauer, in Chihua hua, Mexico, where she joins her sisters, Miss Gertrude Mauer and Mrs. Nichols. Mrs. Mauer has been a resident of Chi huahua for the past 15 years and this occasion will be a reunion of Mrs. Mauer's family. Miss Gertrude Mauer will remain to attend the centennial Millinery udren s Co Irs. Lillian Johnson is connected with this company. Her assistance in the selection of Millinery is at your service celebration, after which she -will return to El Paso. Miss Florence Mauer will probably remain absent for a month. AVOJIEX'S ORGANIZATIONS. : :-; : : The Shakespere Reading Club will meet Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Heil Hale on North Florence street. The meeting of the Beta Beta club "has been postponed until Thursday of next week, when Miss Eva Hunter will be the hostess. Mrs. C. B. Patterson will entertain the Home Mission society of Trinity M. E. church Monday afternoon at hef home on Olive street. The women of the Genral Synod Lutheran mission of this city met Fri day afternoon at Fraternal Brother hood hall and adopted a constitution and bylaws for their guild. ( They will meet next Friday at 2:30 p. m. to elect officers. The Misses Katherine Peck and Lucille and Juanita Smith were the charming hostesses who last evening entertained the Philathea and Barraca classes of the Trinity M. E. church, at the home of the Misses Smith, on North El Baso street. A pleasing musical program included numbers by Miss Ola Baker, Kathrlne Business r A dash, of red on the vrnyslde -weed, And of sold on the vf oodlnnd tree; , A yellow dress on the waving mead Tis autumn's work I see! The clustered grapes on the river brim, The wild plum's ruddy ball, And the nodding grasses' unheard hymn, The gathering bird-clan's call; And the aster turns to th e golden rod; The sunflowers toy w ith. the breeze and nod; For the spirit of "joy Is all abroad, "With the first sweet month of the Fall. Warren, Annie Harper and Clint, Bal lard. A guessing game added to the enjoy ment of the evening. Refreshments were served. Miss Essie Darbyshire very pleasantly entertained her Sunday school class Wednesday afternoon at her home on North Florence street. Various games were . enjoyed by the little folks, among them a puzzle game in which the prize an indian papoose was won by Miss Winifred Shelton. A dainty luncheon and ices, cakes and candies were served. Those in attendance were: Dorothy Williams, Kathrine Earle,' Dorothy Vol lertson, Julia Morse, Annette Morse, Martha Hulig, Winifred Shelton, Helen Shump, Charlotte Ormsbee. 4- RETURNING EL PASOANS. A ?" Mrs. M. H. MacCallum will return next week from a summer's outing in Denver. Mrs. J. "W. Eubank will return home next week from a summer sojourn in California. ' Mrs. E. Kohlberg and family are back from their summer stay at Cloudcroft. Rev. Henry Easter returned Wedaes day morning from a short trip to La Mesa, N. M. Fred C. Knollenberg of the legal firm of Loomis & Knolenberg, has returned from Silver City, N. M. Miss Theo Patterson returned today from a s,hort visit with Miss Edaline Belk at Berlno, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Spence and chil dren have returned from an all sum mer visit at San Diego, Cal. . Dr. Robert F. Williams has returned from a month's outing, spent at -Warm Springs and other points in Virginia; After a three month stay at Long Beach, Cal., Mrs. Otis Coles and baby, and Miss Katherine Coles, are again at home. Miss Sadie Harland returned Thurs day from Boston, where she has been in attendance at the Boston Conservatory of Music. Mrs. Josephine Nations Morfit has re turned from Cave Valley ranch In Mex ico, where she was the guest of Mrs. John S. Grass. Mrs. J. A. Winram arived home Satur day from a three months' visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Houghton, of Corralitos, Mex. , Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Moss and daugh ter, Ruth, have returned from Long Beach, Cal., where they had a very pleasant vacation of seven weeks. Miss Margaret Kinnon has returned from a summer's visit with her par ents in Tezuitlan, Puebla and Mexico City, and will remain here for the win ter to complete her studies in the El Paso high school. Mrs. W. H. Seamon and daughter, Isabel, formerly of Chihuahua, have re turned from a summer sojourn in Cali fornia, and have taken a home on Ne vada street. Mr. Seamon will join them later and they will probably locate in El Paso permanently. is is a Good Breakfast! Instead of preparing a hot meal, have some fruit; Po Toasties with cream; A soft boiled egg-, Slice of crisp toast; A cup of Postmn. Such a breakfast is pretty sure to win you. "The Memory Lingers" Postum Cereal Co.,. Ltd. Battle Creek, Mich. V. TETTEM'BEB - ! : " PARTIES. Miss Hazel Johnson celebrated her 15th birthday anniversary Wednesday by entertaining .a number of her little friends at a sunflower party at her home, 709 Boulevard. Brown, yellow and green formed the color scheme, which was carried out in the decora tions and ices. Those present were: Lollie Balez, Beatrice Pateman, Gladys Hailes, Lu cile Hailes, Veva Driscoll, Mildred Jones, Alice Logan. Gladys Brock, Anna Taylor, Ruby Mae Fuller, Grace John son, Trent Driscoll, Noel Morgan, Clar ence Richards, Coleman Darrell, John O'Neill. Cecil Jones and Tom Johnson, jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Donaldson enter tained a number of young folks at their home, 1205 North Oregon street, last night, in honor of Miss Elizabeth Marks, who leaves for Denton, Texas, to attend college. Those who enjoyed the evening were: Mrs. Francis Bige low, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Johnson, Miss Sadie Bigelow, Miss Elizabeth Marks, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stain, Miss Edwina Bigelow, Miss Julia Bigelow, Harry Donaldson, Eugene Donaldson, Duthe Leumley. Music and cards afforded the amuse ment for the evening. Refreshments were served. Thursday evening Miss Florence Spencer was the hostess of a dainty shower, given in honor of Miss Edna Roberts of Estancia, N. M., whose mar riage to Fred Rousseau, also of Estan cia, will take place next week. As the bridetobe entered the room, a pretty white crepe bell suspended from the chandelier -was opened and many gifts fell all about her. The house was attractively decorated in carna tions and ferns, which made the place look very inviting. Puzzle questions on literature, arithmetic, geography and physiology were asked, Miss Edna Roberts receiving the prize. Later the young men came and join ed the young women in a dainty menu of Ices and cake, -where hand painted place cards were most effectively used. Miss Louise Drehner rendered several I piano selections, which were highly enjoyed. The evening -was pleasantly passed in games, piano playing and singing. I Those who enjoyed the occasion were: Mesdames Edna Roberts, Sue Evans, Nautie Miller. Louise Dreh ner, Lizzie McCarmick, Amelia j Spencer, Mrs. Dunning, Florence Spen cer and Messrs. Frank Hogarth, Hugo, Briesh and Dunsing. " 4- MUSICALS. 4. 4, 4. 4.4.4. 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.4.4.4. 4.4, A "number of El Paso's prominent mu sicans are arranging to give a concert at the El Paso theater on October 4, for the benefit of the Humane society. Some of the city's best talent will takft rart in the nroerram. and the af- ! fair promises to be a decided artistic success. Mrs. C. B. Patterson entertained a number of musical people last evening in honor of Miss Helen Cooper, who recently returned from three years ot vocal study in Germany. Miss Cooper charmed her hearers with several beau tiful German and Italian songs. Mrs. William Owen and Mrs. Addie Owen also gave pleasing musical num bers. Delicious two course refresh ments were served to the guests, who were: Mr. and Mrs. William Owen, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sweeney, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Ratliff, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed wards, Miss Lillian Huggett, Miss Vera nondrick, Messrs. Renee de Serviere, Ira Huggett, Capt. Van Surdam. Mrs. T. J. Beall and Mrs. E. E. Neft entertained with a charimngly infor mal "at home" Thursday afternoon. In honor of Mrs. W. W. Mills of Austin. A delightful feature of the afternoon's entertainment was the brilliant render ing of several German songs by Miss Helen Cooper, who has just returned from three years of vocal study abroad. Miss Cooper's voice is a dramatic so prano, warmly sympathetic, and of un usual range and quality. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. Those -who enjoyed the affair were: Mesdames W. W. Mills. W. H. Seamon, H. L. Edwards, J. E. Townsend, Rich ardson, George LeBaron, F. C. Searle, W. H. Turner, J. F. Williams, v. R. Brown, A. B. Moore, B. B. Bailey, Miss Helen Cooper, Miss Mary Gates, Miss Blakesley. THE THREE TOPICS OF THE HOUR Fnil Fashions, Fall "Weather, Fall Colds Fall colds are making their appear ance. Either people are not prepared for cooler weather or they are loath to believe that there is such a thing as winter. Anyway, a whole lot of good El Pasoaus are sneezing and coughing their neads off. Now for a fall cold, or any other kind of a cold, there Is one sure remedy; and that is White's Cold Tablets. They are our own preparation, contain no in jurious or dangerous drug, and they certainly do cure a cold. To relieve a bad cough we recommend WTiite's White Pine and Tar. This also Is our own preparation. Scott .White & Co., Prescription Druggists, 204 Mills St. ABOUT EL PASOANS. : : V Mrs. Hell Hale is recovering from her recent illness. Friends of Mrs.' W. Floyd Payne will regret to know that she has been III j the past weeKS. I .Th ri eta and Mrs. J. R. Harper are re joicing in the arrival of a small daugh. ter, born Friday. Little Dorcas Payne, daughter of Mr. nnd -Mr r M. Pavne. who has been ill with typhoid fever, is reported some- J what improved. Mrs. A. S. Valdespino, who has been spending the summer in Mexico City, t nas oeen quiie ui wiui oiuvnu j.... She is now reported convalescing, which will be a source of pleasure vto her friends in this city. On account of the continued Illness of her father, Mrs. F. C. Searle has given up her home on the Boulevard and Mr. and Mrs. Searle will be located permanently at the home of the hitter's parents. Col. and Mrs. E. W. S. Neff, 717 Austin street. Capt. H. L. Laubach, of the Twenty third infantry, at present located at Fort Clark, Texas, has been appointed to the genral staff, -with headquarters at "Washington, where he will be sta tioned the next four years. Capt. Lau bach married Miss Hague of El Paso. 4-4- 4'4 4'4' ' 4. OUT OF TOWN VISITORS. 4 4 220.127.116.11.4.4. 18.104.22.168.4.4,4.4,4.4. Henry Fletcher, a nephew of W. "W. Turney, Is here from Alpine for a visit -with Mr. and Mrs. Turney. Mrs. W. S. Cummins of Tampico, Mexico, is in the city visiting her daughter, Mrs. P. J. Edwards. Mrs. W. H. Aldridge, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. S. E. "Wooten, left Thursday evening for her home in Aldridge. En route to California, Mrs..Hayden Smith spent several days in the city this week, as the guest of Mrs. Peyton J. Edwards. Mrs. Monroe Harper is in town from Three Rivers en route - to Jackson, Miss.', to visit her daughter, Mrs. R. Calcerean, formerly Miss Gretchen Harper. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Booth of Gause. Texas, are in the city visiting the for mer's mother, Mrs. M. Booth, and broth ers. B. A. and D. C. Booth, and sister, Mrs. Lizzie Avirelt. e Mrs. A. L. Schuman, who has been the guest of Mrs. J. E. Bowen, left Wednesday evening for a short visit in Toyah, Texas, before returning to her home in Fort "Worth. Mrs. James W. Edwards, who has been visiting Mrs. L. H. Tucker, left Monday for Mexico City, where she will visit her brother, Robert Vivian, and also enjoy the centennial celebration. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Lindop and Miss Ada May Lindop of Oak Cliff. Texas, will arrive early next month to visit Mrs. J. E. Bowen. Miss Lindop has visited in El Paso a number of times and has here many friends. 44'4'4'4'4'44'4'4'4'4'4'4'4'44 4 4- DINNERS. 4, X 4"4-4'4i44-4'4'4'4'4"4'4'4'4'4'4' Mrs. "W. H. Burges entertained last evening at a delightful dinner compli mentary to Mason Pollard, who leaves tomorrow to reenter the state univer sity at Austin. Covers were laid for 14 guests. A color motif of green and white pre vailed in the artistic decorations. A large hand painted bowl, filled wit.i white carnations and ferns occupied the central position on the charmingly ap pointed table. The place cards, bearing the hostess's monogram, were in white and gold. The guest list included: Misses Janie Ellis, Wanda Race, Anna Grace Ellis, Gertrude Ellis, Gladys Dyer, Messrs. W. "W. Turney, Henry Fletcher, Mason Pollard. Franbis Moore, George Wines, Clagett. e Following a lively "spelling bee," an excellent supper was served ThursVlay -evenlng in the class rooms of Draugh on's business college. These spelling bees take place each month and the side spelled down stands the expense of the refreshments. Trinity Methodist Church. Preaching at 11 a. m., by the pastor. Sunday school, including Baraca, T'hilathea, and Bible classes, at 9-45 a m Epworth League at 7 p. m. Treaclvrng by the pastor at S p. m. Mrs. W. D. Howe will sing at 11 a, m., her selection is "O Love Divine," Nevin. Anthem. 11 a. m.. "O Lord, I WIU Praise Thee," Demarest. Mrs. "W "W. Evans and Mr. Lemen will For Bargains in Jewelry SEE OUR WINDOW Unredeemed pledges offered at a fraction of their value FULLAN'S 1 HHHBf 1 ' V U VRftwfiPn i fali w JL .4' $f WITHOUT W S AS WTHPTFNS "Vs j . A I Thorough Scientific , Examination Then we'll Furnish the Glasses rTeeded at Moderate Cost. Keener Eyesight with our Golfing Spectacles Ei Paso Optica Company J. R. SEGALL, Examing Optician. PIoner Plazn Established 1901 sing a duet at S p. to. Anthem at S p. m., "Pilgrim Chorus," Verdi. The pews are free and strangers cor dially invited. Church corner Mesa avenue and Boulevard. Dr. 31. P. Schuster, Providence hos pital. Office hours from 7 to 10 and j from 2 to 5. j Mutt and Jeff are with us. Another 1 appearance today on sport page. Every ( day in The Herald hereafter. Every owner of dogs should get a free copy of the AMATEUR'S DOG BOOK 160 pages, beautifully illustrated; FREE to customer of DENT'S DOG REMEDIES Tells how to train dogs; how to keep them in perfect condition and explains symptoms and cure of all dog diseases. Ve carry a full line of DENT'S DOG REMEDIES For Sale By SCOTT "WHITE & CO. KXOBLArCH DRUG CO 1 02 San Antonio St. -rtSV ilLKlSr1 WITHOUT v k n u wmy . ?i x HHHI -asi"ns.. J