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EL PASO .
HERALD Saturday, December 10, 1910 Auction Sale Note OCI n Hsr X. . -ttNbR, r54 Z 3sb I $ti & Shoes and Santa Claus Tell Santa Claus to bring you a pair of "Dress" Shoes, Evening or Warm Felt Slippers. If he is kind he will bring you the "Guarantee" brand because they stand for all that is best in a shoe. Brown velvet, black satin and Eussian calf pumps in the new bulldog or me dium toes ' - - $5.00 and $6.00 Black velvet, cravanette,- Eussian calf, gun metal, patent leather, suedes, cloth and eravanette tops, including Laird Schober fine shoes for women - ; $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00 and $6.50 75c Slipper Sale 75c All $1.25 Black Opera Felt Slippers while they last 75 cents The Christmas Shoe Store SHOEl 75c Slipper Sale 75c All $1.25 Far Felt Slip pers in black, wine and gray while they last 75 cents 7 GREATER EL PASO'S 77,0 (& GREATSST SHOE STORE f Ine - Tl f J fr J9 &m i si n Christmas QwMww k&MtW mSA&IC Shoe nnpiPAN Yz- - 1" Store 4- 1 womex's organizations. The art department o the Woman's club -will give the following interest Ins program on "Wednesday afternoon at the qlub rooms: "Correggio" Sketch of his life, Mrs. W. L. Crockett. Description of pictures: "Holy Night,' Mrs. Frances Roblee; "Marriage of St. Catherine," Madonnas, Mrs. J. L. Dwyer. General character of his painting-, Mrs. P. S. Meyer. The regular monthly meeting of the X. A. R- wil be held Monday after noon at S o'clock in the parlors of the Elks club. A pleasing Christmas program is be ins planned for the occasion. The hostesses of the day will be Mesdames F. A. Hodge, Irving McNeil, W. Ju. Pit caithly, Franlc W. Brown, Hi G. Iyer, Miss Clara Mundy. The Woman's Charity association held an interesting meeting on "Wed nesday in the Y. W. C. A. rooms, when the attendance was large and much enthusiasm manifested in the work. Mrs. Winchester Cooley invited a number of the women of the associa tion, and their friends, to her home on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, to sew for the poor for whom the asso ciation is caring. The Charity association will meet in regular business session the first Wed nesday of each month at the Y. W. C. A rooms. , - The second meeting ' of the sewing circle -of the Temple Mt. Sinai will be held in -the vestry rooms of the temple on Monday, December 12 at 2 o'clock. A full attendance is requested. The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Sunshine Workers was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs .W. C. Davis". The afternoon was spent in sewing for the bazar to be given on December 15 by the Sunshine society. An attractive prize was given to the guest composing the best poem from the words, thimble, needle, thread and sunshine. Mrs. C. J. Jones was award ed the prize. Delightful refreshments were served to the guests, who were: Mrs. Bruce Seeton, Mrs. Guy L. War ren, Mrs. French S. Cary, Mrs. C. J. Jones, Mrs. William H. F. Judd, Mrs. Buie, Mrs. H. T. Safford, Mrs. C. A. Hichardson, Mrs. Blakeley. WOMAN'S CIUB NOTES. rj. CHURCH AFFAIRS. One of the unique affairs of the week' was the "District School" entertain ment given Thursday evening by the St. Clement's Social club at the parish house. The majority of the guests came at tired in gingham dresses, ihite aprons and sunbonnets, carrying out the idea I Fennell portrayed the "teacher" in a most effective manner, displaying all the characteristics of the typical coun try school "marm." The "pupils" were called upon for recitations and responded as follows: Song, "School Days," by school. Rec-ration, "Hi Diddle Diddle," Alon- zo Gilchrist. Recitation, "Little Orphan Annie," Salomy Pateman. Piano solo, "Turkey in the Straw," Josiah Perkins MacCallum. , Recitation, "Little Bo Peep," Jerusha Ann Darbyshire. Recitation Cselected), Sallie Hezekiah rrtio 1 " TJIrt v nnlft '! . vl C?n w c Jry t1 QC ' Albnzo Ebenezer Prentiss. Duet, "Ruben, Ruben," Martha Ellen Christie? and George Washington. Recitation, "My Hat Doesn't Match My Complexion," Eliza Genevieve Adams. Song, "There, Little Girl, Don't Cry," Abagail Gaillard. Recitation, "Night Before Christmas," Minnie Minerva Christie. Duet, "Mammy's Son," Samantha and Si Wltte. After the program Rev. Henry Eas ter, disguised as Santa plaus, distribut ed presents to the pupils and visitors from a handsomely decorated Christ mas tree, after which all adjourned to the main auditorium downstalrsf where refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Parvin Witte made the hit of the evening. Mrs. Witte, as the "Old Mammy," -was very comforting to her little pickaninny. Those present were: Bishop J. M. Kendrick, Rev. and Mrs. Henry Easter Mr. and Mrs. William Hogarth, Mr. and Mrs. Parvin Witte, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christie, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Christie, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fennell, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilchrist, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Yale, Mrs. B. F. Darbyshire, Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Men- gel, Mrs. J. J. Ormsbee, Mrs,H. Pate : ? VISITORS IN THE CITY. Miss Edith Bailey of Globe, Ariz., is the guest of Miss Essie Darbyshire. " Rev. W. D. Bloys has returne'd to his home at Fort Davis, after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Patterson. JUr. and Mrs. J. R. Fisk have as their guests Mr. Fisk's mother, Mrs. Russell Fisk, of Denver, Colo., and her grand daughter, Katherine Forrester, o Idaho. Mrs. A. J. Gallagher and son, A. Gal lagher, are visitors in the city from Cincinnati and are located at the Le roy on West Missouri street. The Optical Department Special attention is called to the fact that our Auction Sale interferes in no way with the Optical Department. Dr. Morton offers, as usual, prompt and satisfactory service in everything needed in the optical line. Have us shampoo your hair regular ly and keep both hair anil scalp in a henlthy condition. Elite Parlors, now in the .Stevens Bldg., rooms G and 7. Every family has need of a good, re liable liniment. For sprains, bruises, soreness of the muscles and rheumatic pains there is none better than Cham berlain's. Sold bj' all dealers. a a a . a a i man, Mrs. B. M. Williams, Mrs. Maetze, E1 Fuo's Christmas Store.' Christmas Sale of Millinery We propose to make com plete clearance in the Mil' linery Section before Christmas. To that end, we are of fering stylish millinery at a fraction of its value. Just as illustrations of the reduced prices we offer next week on hats of all kinds, note these--- Any $10.00, $11.50 or $12.50 hat at $4.85 Any $25.00 hat at $11.95 Automobile Bomiets-$6.95 Values for $3,00 The Stylish Automobile Bonnets, made of silk: and velvet, tailored styles, also the collapsible and shirred bonnets. Regular price $6.95; next week at $3.00. CHILDREN'S HATS Worth to $4.00 For $1.95 Pretty, Stylish Hats and Bonnets for little girls frpm 2 to 6. Vehet and silk, also messaline and plush hats, ribbon-trimmed. Offered in black and colors, regular prices to -4.00; next "week at $1.95. Next week our store will be open each evening until 7 o'clock. ( &i tmtR re KnsvSgS iLJalIUlLWJUl.iSlL 42 See Regular Ad. Page 8 Main Section F:i Pjhwo'm ChrUtmns Store. Jm Club members are anticipating a hig-hly enjoyable evening next Tuesday, -when the opera, "Bohemian Girl," will be given by the music department at the home of Mrs. "W. R. Brown. Mem bers may Invite as many guests as they wish, but will be expected to pay the usual fee. Music lovers who are not invited will also be welcome. Mrs. Lu T. Moore and Miss Florence Barnes are the directors for the even ing and the following program speaks for itself: Part I. Duo, "Barcarolle" Schy tie Mrs. Lenard Hansen and Miss Barnes, Violin solo (selected) K. G. Heinricli c Part II. Synopsis of the opera Miss Barnes Overture Miss Paxton "Cavaleria, a Soldier's Life" "R. J. Carson; Chorus, "Ccae Tith the Gipsy Bride" "When the Pair Land of Poland". . Mr. Witte "I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls" Mrs. Moora Quartet, "From the Vallevs and Hills Mr. and Mrs. Witte, Mrs. Evans and Mr. Lemen. "The Heart Bowed Down"...E. E. Noll "Then You'll Remember Me". .Mr. Witte Trio, "Through ithe World, Wilt Then Fly With Me" Mr. and Mrs. Witte and Mr. Lemen. Final aria. .Mrs. Marguerite Stevenson The Woman's club of El Paso is now incorporated and the charter is expect ed from Austin in the near future. The club acknowledges the, liberal contributions to the npw club house funds from the following: Mesdamea J. D. Love, W. R. Brown, W. H. Burges, J. L. Dwyer, I. C. Dempsey, Gertrude M. Coffin,, C. H. Campbell, M. Nagle, Lizzie Avirett, Sarah M. Hale, L. L. Mundy, S. J. Fennell, S. J. Freuden thal, F. C. Loch, W. H. Seamon, J. W. Lorentzen, Frank Turner, J. E. Town send, O. C. Ruckerf, J. R. McLeod. W. C. McCormlck, E. W Parker. J. J. Kaster. Miss Any Schutz, W. H. Williamson, M. P. Schuster. The treasurer's book shows 48 names of members who have not paid their dues for the current club year. These members are expected to do so at once, as any member who has not paid her dues by January 1, 1911, for feits her membership, and to again become a member of the club must present her name and pay the initia tion fee and annual dues. The Wednesday club day meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. W. R. Brown, was one of universal pleasure. Miss Annie Stolaroff was heard ta great advantage, her playing of Chop in's nocturne being most expressive. Miss Florence Comfort sang an "A" and "B" number, "Neapolitan Love' Songs," in a manner that won many flattering comments. Mrs. S. J. Fennell gave much of in terest regarding Charles Kennedy, the dramatist, and Mrs. A. W. Foster gave a scholarly interpretative synopsis of "The Servant in "the House." Miss Edmonds of Los Angeles proved herself an adept in the art of expres sion by her reading of the "Scene in the Rose Garden," from "If I Were King." So great was the enthusiasm of her hearers that she was compelled to respond to an encore. Miss Edmonds will make El Paso her future home. A FOUNTAIN iEX AT CHRISTMAS This is merely a suggestion. For a man, a woman, the High School boy or girl, a fountain pen T& a. gift to be ap preciated. Only, remember, there's no use having a fountain pen unless I's a good one. We carry the Waterman Pens, the standard brand. We have them in all sizes, both the plain pens and the handsome gold banded ones. Besides fountain pens, you will find here lots of other appropriate gifts things in leather for both men and wo men, fine perfumeries handsomely boxed, shaving things, toilet articles for both men and "women, fine stationery in Christmas boxes, the "Ever Ready'' safety razor, post card alburns, and many other acceptable gifts. Every thing is attractively displayed with price plainly marked, so selection can be made quickly. Scott White & C6 Prescription Druggists. 204. Hills St. Crews; Misses Jennie" Potter, Rebecca Mack, Lillian Cole, Mazie Cole, Essio Darbyshire, Marguerite Darbyshire, Edith Bailey, Sybil Shedd, Kate Adams, Louise Dietrich, Dana Green, Mock, Louise Sanburn, Anita Maetze, Alma Morrisson, Leila Young, Meta Ormsbee, Nellie Gaillard, Florence Barnes, Inez Byrnes, Claudia Brahm, Claire Reese Coleman, Gertrude Tale, Kate Krause; Messrs. H, L. Potter, Wallace Branch, Kenneth MacCallum, M. C Shedd, H. S. Gilman, Walter Davis, Phil Warren, Turner, George Freeman. 'CL B. Chase, Thompson, Norman Morrisson, Eben Smith, George Easter, F. C. Coleman and Ben Catlln. The Woman's Aid society of the East i El Paso Baptist church was most de- J lightfully entertained on Thdrsday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Belle Dei ter and daughter, Mrs. Laura Burns. 2523 Pera street. The Woman's Aid society of Calvary Baptist church will meet Tuesday aft ernoon at 3:30 o'clock at the church, j "Mrs. J. H. Jones and Mrs. P. M. Jones will be the hostesses for the day. J . . . ( AJiAAJ.AJbAAA4i4i4444i4'i " ' A CARDS. j. a j. .;. a j . .. a . .. .j. .; a a .;. .;. Miss Aileen Hague very delightfully entertained this afternoon at bridge. a Mrs. A. H. Goldstein will entertain at the last of the series of three bridge parties on Thursday afternoon. r The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge club j will be entertained next week at the. home of Mrs. Edward Kneezell. Mrs. Ralph Loomis will be the next hostess for the Wednesday Bridge club at the home of her mother, Mrs. E. V. Berrien, on Magoffin avenue. Miss Florence Goddard will entertain the Tuesday Evening Bridge club at the home of Mrs. Helen Roberts on North Santa Fe street. e a The Married Wornen's Wednesday Bridge club will meet with Mrs. R, D. Alves on California street. t it The High Five club will hold a meet ing at the home of Mrs. Edward Knee zell before disbanding for the holidays. a a One of the delightful social happen ings of the week was the second of ithe series of bridge parties giyen by Ms. A, H. Goldstein on Thursday, at which Mrs. W. W. Woods of Los An geles was the honor guest. Pink carnations and ferns lent their fragrance and charm to the attractive home, and the dainty refreshments were served from small tables. The prizes were won by Mrs. Frank C. Earle and Mrs. J. F. Williams, with the consolation going to Mrs. W. D. Howe. The guest of honor received a prize, and also a handsome corsage bouquet of violets. The guest list Included: Mesdames W. W. Woods, J. F. Williams, W. B. Latta, W. W. Turney, Leila T. Moore. F. C. i Earle, Ysabel Flato, C. J. Dean. A. M. Loomis, J. A. Happer, Z. T. White. W. R. Brown, F. H. Seamon, R. F. Bur ges, Edward Kneezell and H. S. Potter. The last of the series will be given next Thursday. The Smelter Duplicate Whist club will start its winter tournament De cember 14. The clu,b will meet this winter at the Smelter club house. The following members comprise the club: E. B. Jones, J. W. VandeMoer, A. D. Wilkinson, H. R. MacMichael, H. D. Parrault, J. H. Byles, H. F. Easter, V. Woodbury, C. M. Rodgers and W. W Foster. t zr When your feet are wet and cold, and your body chilled through and through from exposure, take a big dose of Chamerlain's Cough Remedy, bathf your feet in hot water before going to bed, and you are almost certain to ward off a severe cold. For sale by all dealers. You Can't Enjoy Christmas Unless You H'ave a Comfortable Corset Bon Ton Corsets ARE BOTH FASHIONABLE AND CO 3IF O RTAB IiE. If BON TON corsets were merely made excel lentlv, by skilled work people, of the finest ma terials, they would not be so important to the woman who desires the best. But BON TON corsets are based on the very latest ideas of modern corsetry. They form the correct foundatiou for the modish gowns. They create the long, flowing, lithe lines the fash- ionablc new figure so much in vogue. The inimitable style and grace of BON TON corsets, which have invariably marked them as perfect in design, material and finish, are notably expressed in the supero new models. TAKE TIME FROM YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING TO SEE THE NEW BON TON MODELS. Royal Worcester PATENTED IN USJVrCANAOA-ENSLANDl Mail Orders We fill mail orders prompt ly and satisfactorily. Send fori Corset Booklet. It is mailed free of charge. ADJUSTO The "Adjusto" is especially adapted to stout fig ures. It is skillfully designed to mould and shape the form into graceful lines. The "Ad justo" bands, when tightened, lift the abdomen, hold it firmly, and support it comfortably. Grad ua'ly the excess flesh of hips and back is re duced and distributed equally, giving the straight back andat hip effect. For all women obliged to stand a good deal, the "Adjusto" Is absolutely without an equal. THE PRICE IS $3.00. ft Ml u AtyiHsi msa HifaUll 1111 .'i'J1 A Perfect Fit We Guarantee a Perfect Fit. pur expert Corset woman Tvjll give you the benefit of her experience. Santa Claus Says Don't Forget Feldman's Santa Claus knows you are busy so is he for that matter but being an author ity on Christmas gifts he wants to give you the benefit of his experience. Santa Claus knows positively that the Feldman Gift Shop will solve all fche trouble and .give you lots of pleasure in selecting suitable gifts. Some Feldman Suggestions Are: OLD DUTCH G-LASSWARE Dupli cates of artistic Dutch and English an tique Glassware, mounted in deposit silve. MIR.E0RS00PES These reflect post cards, pictures, etc. One of the most acceptable gifts to -the entire Eamily circle. OpEDOYA LEATHER GOODS the irnest hand tooled leather goods made comprising hand bags, card' cases, mats, purses, cigar and cigarette cases, watch fobs, desk sets, albums, picture frames and pocket cases. CRAFTSMAN HAND BAGSooze leather with ornaments of hand beaten brass. MOTTOES h a n d C o 1 o r e d to suit every fancy. IMPORTED LEATHER NOVELTIES such as manicure sets, travelers7 cigar cases, folding slippers and brush sets: POTTERY "Van Briggle" and uBoyal Doulton." TEREA COTTA PLAQUES repre senting famous English scenes. FRAMED PICTURES water colors, oil paintings, sepia prints ranging in price all the way from 1.00 to $250.00. BOOKS A goodly Selection of books from the famous Mostier Press, Port- 7 land, Maine. TRAYS tapestry and tile. KODAKS "Brownie" Kodaks $1.00 to$12.00; Box Kodaks at5.00 to $12; Folding Pocket Kodaks $10 to $35. SAFETY RAZORS the Gillette, Dur ham Duplex, and Auto Strop, any one of which will please any modern man. We Are Members of the Merchants League. Visitors cordially welcome FEL JLiVljflil &3 308 San Antonio Street