EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, July 12, 1911.
Of Walk -Oifer Men's and
For a limited time we are selling all our Men's and
"Women's Walk-Over Oxfords at a cut price that
should he an inducement to any one wishing to get
the best shoes for the least money.
$4.50 Grade Oxfords
$4.00 Grade Oxfords
$3.50 Grade Oxfords
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$3.00 Grade Oxfords
$4.00 Grade Oxfords or
$3.50 Grade Oxfords or
$3.00 Grade Oxfordsor
42.50 Grade Oxfords or
214 San Antonio St. Next to Springer's
Ki The Greatest Shoe Bargain Event Va
Kf of the Season Begins Vk
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The -week end dance at -he Country
club was the usual enjoyable affair
and attended by quite a number of the
members and several out ot town
guests, among "whom were: Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth D. OliTer, Dr. and Mrs.
W. li. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Cleary,
,1Ieut. and Mrs. Cheney, Lieut, and Mrs
Quackenbush; Miss Olive Davis, Miss
Catherine "Warren, Miss Annette
Schmitt, Miss Marguerite Herman, Miss
Hazel Dans, Mrs. Lula H. Montmor
ency; Messrs. J. A. Happer, "Wallace
Morris, "Wallace Downing, Davis May
Sleld, Mason Pollard, Howard Coffin,
J. K. Ramsey, Dr. J. M Ridley, Hugh
McLean, Allen Rhodes, R. "W. McAfee,
Rue Hines, Emmett Hines, Frank Stew
art, Vance Stewart, Dr. C.P. Brown.
Miss Virginia Ryan was the hostess
at an informal dance given at her home
on Monday evening.
The house was decorated with palms
and ferns, intermingled with pink and
white roses, and was illumined with
vari-colored lights, adding much to the
pleasing effect. A Mexican orchestra
furnished ' the music for the dancing,
and punch was served,, followed with a
dainty two course luncheon.
The guests in attendance were:
Misses Marian Bowden, Elizabeth
Marks, Janie "Lee "Willis, Inez Barnes,
Ethel Veda Gorman, Lillian Buchoz,
Lolllo Bales, Julia and Edwina Bige
low; Messrs. George and Henry Frec
man, John Marks, Harry and Eugene
Donaldson, Dr. John Sweeney, Jack Ro
nan, Frank and Ralph Davis.
Smooth, delicious, peace ice cream
delivered after supper, one pint or
more. The Elite Confectionery.
Manicuring for men and women.
Elite Parlors, 216 Texas Street
"New" Tent & Awning People
"Wliile we are comparatively "new" here as a firm,
our corps of skilled workmen, our Modern Machinery '
and complete stock enable us to finish and deliver your
work "right now."
Pass City Tent & Awning G6.
Manufacturers of Everything in Duck and Canvas.
Camp Supplies. Porch Furniture.
Get Our Prices.
J. L. GILLILAND,
416 N. Oregon St.
Mrs. Gertrude M. Coffin, who is
spending the summer in the east, will
return. to El Pas and open her vocal
studio the first week In September at
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G. W. Morton and Mrs. Dydia Chllds,
both of Bakersfield, CaL, were mar
ried Monday afternoon at 1 oclock at
the parsonage of Trinity M. E. church,
Rev. C. S. Wright officiating.
The bride was returning from a visit
in the east and was met here by the
groom. They will reside at Bakers
At the narsonaeei of Trlnltv M. E.
church, Monday morning at 11 oclock.
Miss MamlA R. T.iinTref 'jti? T.o-nMa n
Morel were united in marriage by Rev.
C. S. Wright.
The bride and groom are both from
Louisiana, the bride having been here
for some time visiting friends.
A pretty romance culminated Mon
day at noon, when Miss Esther Strauss
was quietly married to R. G. LovelL
The ceremony occurred at the home
of the bride's parents, 415 Prospect ave
nue, and x was performed by justice E.
B. McClintock. ' -
The bride is a popular young woman
of this city, having made El Paso her j
home for a number of years.
The groom is a prominent electrical
engineer of Mexico.
The newly wedded couDle will leave
in a.ifjew days for Mexico, where they i
will make their future home.
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Miss Lucille Frise, whose marriage
to Ross Xiester occurs on August 7,
was given a linen shower Tuesday aft
ernoon by Miss Marguerite Darbyshire.
The early part of the afternoon was
spent in playing "dice hearts" In which
Miss Lauramaud Fink was the success
ful prize winner. The shower was pre
sented in very unique fashion, the back
parlor being arranged with tub, wash
board, soap and blueing, to simulate
a laundry room, and the dainty linens
were concealed In the tub. Upon being
taken out by the bride-elect, they -were
pinned on the clothes line with silver
Refreshments of Ices and cake were
served, and the mints were In the shape
of red hearts.
The guests -were: Mrs. Arthur Nor
ton Harris, Misses Lucille Frise, Kath
rine Cox, Florence Coxt Gertrude Leigh
ton, Lauramaud Fink, Wilma Elliott,
Frances M&yfield, Gertrude Johnson,
Louise Sanburn, Clare Reese Coleman,
Marbry Eenning. Essie Darbyshire,
Glen Adams and Josephine Frise.
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An enjoyable social affair of the
week was the bridge party given Satur
day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wpodworth, In honor of Maj. J. Ross
Thomas, of Roswell. N. M.
Nasturtiums were used In the deco
rations throughout the different apart
ments, and the dining table, where re
freshments Were served, held a mound
of daisies as a central adornment.
The first prize was won by Mrs.
James H. Parker and the second went
to Mrs. William Swoyer. The top score
for the men was made by D. B. Smith,
who received .the first prize, and "Wil
liam Evans secured the second. The
honor guest was also presented with a
Six tables were placed for the play
ers, who were: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Al
vers, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Hughes, Mr.
and Mrs. William Swoyer, Mr. and Mrs.
Zach L. Cobb, Dr. W. C. Klutz, Dr. and
Mrs. French S. Cary, Mr. and Mrs. Win
ston Pettus, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kelly;
Misses Kate dams, Glen Adams,
Blanche Booker, Clara Hague, Monica
Gallagher, Olive Laurie, Lucy Werne;
Messrs. D. B. Smith, William Evans,
Frank Murchison, L. M. Shadbolt, Dr.
B. F. Stevens, Fanning Stevens.
Mrs. G. H. Mengel entertained very
Informally Tuesday afternoon at two
table -of bridge. Gladiolas were ef
fectively used In the adornment of the
home, and attractive prizes were .given
those mailing the highest scores. Dain
ty refreshments were served after the
The guests were: Mrs. L. H. -Tucker,
-Sirs. S. J. Fennell, Mrs. Alice Davis, Mrs.
H. E. Christie, Mrs. Walter Christie,
Mrs. Roland Gilchrist, Mrs. C. M. Ly
man, Miss Gertrude Yale.
Miss Judyn Hague was the hostess at
bridge- on Monday afternoon, compli
mentary to Miss Marguerite Herman,
who is the guest of her brother, Lieut.
Herman, at Fort Bliss.
Lavender was the color scheme
chosen for the decorations, and was
carried out with lavender sweet peas,
which adorned the various apartments.
The first prize, a lavender enameled
pin, was won by Miss Gertrude John
son, and the honor guest was presented
with a bouquet of lavender sweet peas.
The tally cards were in the form of
lavender fans and the refreshments
further accentuated the decorative
The guest list Included: Misses Mar
guerite Herman, Olive Davis, Annette
Schmitt, Irene Esslnger, Frances May
field, Gertrude Johnson, Helen Longue
mare, Clover Schackelford, Rena Cold
well, Julia Coldwell, Josephine Clar
dy, .Clara Hague, Flora Hague, Mrs.
On Tuesday morning MJss Karma
Deane entertained at bridge, compll
mentar to Miss Gertrude Johnson, of
Santa Monica, CaL
Potted plants, ferns and sweet peas
formed the floral adornment of the
The first prize, a pair of white silk
hose, was won by Miss Evelyn Logan,
and the honor guest was also presented
with silk hose. - N
A light luncheon followed the games
and the hostess was assisted In serving
and entertaining bjr her mother, Mrs.
Maud Deane, and her aunt, Mrs. H. C.
The guests present were: Mrs. M.
Nagel, Mrs. F. W. McConnell. Misses
Gertrude Johnson, Frances Mayfleld,
Josephine Caruthers, Frances Davis,
Genevlg Anderson, Mary Redmond, An
nie Weeks, Leila Mueller, Louise San
burn, Elsinor Shelton, Evelyn Logan.
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The members of the Woman's club
have secured pleasant rooms on the
fourth floor of the Calisher building,
where they will ,hold theif,- meetings
during the coming season.
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The Silent "Twelve club will meet to
morrow afternoon at the home of" Mrs.
E. M Fraser.
The board of directors of the Y. W.
C. A. will hold its regular monthly
meeting Thursdaj' morning at 9:30
oclock, at the home of Mrs. J. E. Town
send on Mesa avenue.
WINS UNIQUE SUIT
IN A LONDON COURT
New York, N. Y., July 12 Mrs. Louise
Winterfeldt of New York, xnce caiiea
by Mme. Paquln "the best gowned wo
man in London" has won put In one of
the most unique lawsuits in the history
of the British metropolis. She was. sued
by a Bond street complexion specialist,
who said that she spent $100,000 a year
maintaining her business, and that she
had five assistants, each of whom
brought her in an income of 2500 a
week for smoothing out wrinkles and
iMEnTii 1 1 1 1 if tWIbm
restoring to faded cheeks the bloom of
Mrs. Winterfeldt, the specialist al
leged, took away from her by unfair
means one of her asstants the kind I
plained that Mrs. Winterfeldt' had -paid
her $500 for treatment while in Lon
don and that an assistant had been al
lowed to accompany her to America,
and. Mrs. Winterfeldt had persuaded
her to stay there as her secretary. The
plaintiff went all the Va to America
to look the assistant up.
Mrs. Winterfeldt and her husband,
when In New York, make their home
in apartments at Sherry's.
1011 Summer a Pleasant One.
This present summer has indeed been
a pleasant one. Not only has this
reference to the pleasant days and cool
nights we' have been favored with, but
there is another new factor that has
contributed largely. This Is the new
fountain at Scott White & Co.'s in th$
Mills Building, where delicious ices and
cooling drinks of all kinds are served.
In past seasons, when you were hot
and tired and had to wait some time for
your car there was no place to go. Now
you can wait In our delightfully cool
store and while waiting be served with
a refreshing summer drink or ice.
Smooth, delicious, peace Ice cream
delivered after supper, one pint or
more. The Elite Confectionery.
A. delicious summer, candy Vanilla
marslimallows. TheElite Confectionery.
Not Alone improved Ma
chinery, but Improved
Knowledge and Care
Modern mechanical equipmcat is
necessary in a modern laundry, but
does not lessen the need of Loth j
knowledge and care on the part of
Every article or garment included
in your laundry, is at this laundry
a separate and distinct responsibility.
All our employes are taught this.
All must work at all times (with that
fact in mind.
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
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EL PASOANS AWAY.
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Mrs. Lu L. Mundy has gone to Cali
fornia, where she will spend several
Robert Moore will leave In a few days
for an outing of several weeks at the
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Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ingles have gone
to Denver, Colo., where they will reside
C. R. Morehead left Thursday for
Santa Monica, Cal., to spend a few
x Mrs. J. E. Swearingen left recently
for Xros Angeles to 'visit her daughter,
Mrs. J. H. 'Robertson.
Claude Blumenthal and Sidney Mey
ers leave Sunday on an extensive west
ern tour, which will Include California
points, Portland, Seattle and. .Alaska,
returning by way of Denver and Yel
Mr. and Mrs. E. Krause and daughter.
Miss Kate Krause, will leave Sunday
for a visit of several. y-eeks at the
Krause ranch near Cloddcroft.
Dr. M. O .Wright, B. Blumenthal and
several others left Monday for a fish
ing trip on the Pecos river and will be
gone a week or ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Curran are spend
ing a fortnight at Mountain Park, N. Ml
Mrs. A. P. Averill left today for her
former home in Toledo, Ohio, where
she will spend the remainder of the
summer with her parents, Mn and Mrs.
Miss Margaret McGinnls will leave
the latter part of the week to make
her future home in Kansas City.
Mrs. Victor Carnsso left on the
Golden State limited last Sunday on a
visit to hep home in Jersey City, N. J.,
and expects to be away two months.
Mrs. 31. Glnsburg will leave Sunday
for St. Louis where she will spend sev
ifcal months visiting relatives and
friends; from there she will go to New
York to spend the early fall, Tdturning
home about the middle of November.
Miss Vera Chenoweth is visiting rela
tives in the east.
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The Epworth League of the First M.
E. church willgive.a lawn -social on
Thursday "evening at the churchu
The Home Guard of the First M. E.
church will meet Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Rullman, 717 East
Mrs. Charles Montfort and Miss Kate
Krause entertained their Sunday school
classes of girls today with an all day
picnic at Washington park.
The Whatsoever club of Houston
Square church was entertained last
Saturday by Mrs. McNiel.
After devotional services the follow
ing Interesting program was given:
The story of Naaman, Ruth Haupt.
Elisha, Joash and Jonah were told
by hree girls.
"Foreign Dolls"" read by Florence
Robertson. This was a description of
dolls made by natives in the Orient and
sent here by missionaries. '
TJzziah, Ruby Ponsford.
Hosea, Olive Page.
Hezzekiah, Edith Robertson.
Poem, 'Such as I Have," Isabel
Punishment of the Israelites, Jose?
Recitation. "Fall of Senacherlb
(Byron), Josephine Peach.
During the business meeting ..which
followed a committee was appointed
to arrange for a special meeting for
the anniversary in September. t
Orange ice and cake were served and
two new members were welcomed. Dora
Buck and Dewey Miller.
The Orozco Spoon has
been added to our col
lection of souvenir
spoons of the Mexico
Those who have been waiting for
the "OROZCO" spoon can now he
supplied. In addition to the
Orozco spoon, we have for rim
The Madero Spoon
The Blue Whistler Spoon
i The Juarez Spoon
The McGinty Cannon in action
These spoons are
p s mnrxTX'Y. 's.
The Orozco Spoon is on
Display in Window No. 2
See it. '
3 Mail Orders Now Filled Promptly
Absolute Wholesomeness of food-
Absolute S$!l In Cooking
These must be the never ending creed and aspirations of
the restaurant man. These three virtues are not attained and.
to easilv. Thev. 'mean, vigilance aacL honesty ed;j
a desire to do one's "best at all times.
We are trying to run a restaurant on. this plan.
The Puliman Cafeteria
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Potter's Pure Ice Cream is delivered
to any part of El Paso on a moment's
notice. Potter's Ice cream is made from
heavy rich cream and firm ripe fruit
flavors, A taste Is a test. Test the i
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: EI PASOANS RETURNIXC.
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Rev. and Mrs. Caspar S. "Wright ana
children returned Saturday from a two
weeks' outing in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred "Wright and chil
dren are at home from an enjoyable
visit in Cloudcroft.
atv nnrt -Mrs Thomas Goodman have
'come home from a visit at Cloudcroft.
George Haille is, back from a few
weeks stay in California.
Mrs. "W. Lu Brown returned Saturday
frpm a month-'s stay at the Lodge at"
Mr. and Mrs. Waters Davis spent sev
eral days last week in Cloudcroft.
"W. R. Schutz i3 back from a four
weeks outing spent at I.os Angeles
and the beach resorts, returning by
way of the Grand Canyon for a short
"C. A. KInne returned- the first of the
week from a visit in California.
Dr. J. M. Ridley and Ralph Hender
son, are back from a week's sojourn at
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Beach andMr. and
Mrs. F. J. Feldman .came down- Satur
day from Cloudcroft. ,
Rev. C. It Overstreet returned Mon
day from Cloudcroft, where he held
services on Sunday.
Mrs. F. P. Miller and family returned
Tuesday from Brownwood, Texas,
where they have been visiting. Mrs.
Miller was accompanied by her sister,
Miss Maude Connell, who will remain
for some time.
Your Summer Dresses and Suits
For Vacation Days Need
Dry Cleaning and Pressing
matier how well made or how good material your clothes may
they must be properly cared for to give the wearer that classy
appearance. By taking advantage of our faultless dry
cleaning methods, your wearing ap
parel can be kept like new.
PhoHc Us t Call Today,
ring and Cleaning Works
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