El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, August 15, 1913 Page: 7 of 10
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Gossip of Society
(By Grace Virginia Logan
WHKJT RlMMfC FN Da
The summer seas were calling;
Te man and comely maid.
And on the topmost wavelets clogs
Rode Cupid unafraid.
"he Unto and the one step.
In aummar nights drama
The moonlight and tha ahorawarrt
With Cupid (till In Una.
Too soon tha day of par tin
The aummar at an aad
A glance a whlapar and a slab.
And than thay horn award wand.
Thafa aummar Joyoua aummer.
Than comaa tha toning down
Thay do not know each other whan
Thay chanca to meat In town.
Kntartatnod With Hums. Party.
Mlaa Marlon Young waa tha hostess
at a delightful "bunco" party Wednee-
flay evening at her home on North
Bl Paso ttraat.
The prtiea for tha highest acorea
were won by Mlaa Eleanor Eubank
and Talbot Hill and the booby prlae
fell to Mlaa Walker McClellen.
After the games delicious refresh
menu of a an lad and lea course ware
served the Ice being served la email
flower pots with flowers. Each guest
waa preaented with a fortune which
ridded to the merriment of the even
lag. and also a paper hat as a sou-
venir of the occasion. Those Invited
were the Misses Hilda Sauer Henri-
etta Buckler aien Adams Martha
Thurmond Walker McClellen Olive
Davis. Hasel Davis Virginia Stewart
Eleanor Eubank Beulah Johnaon
Louise McKlnney Maybelle Bryan
May McCourt Pauline Bryan Carrie
Race Hattle Kills Estelle Berrien
Frances M&yfleld. Laiclle Daniel;
Messrs. Brltton Davis Ted Davis Page
Kemp. Russell Ramey Alan Bramblln
Talbot Hill Jim Turtle. Jack Harrla
Lieutenant C. Thompson. Ballard
ColdwaU. Owynn Foster Paul Kilts.
Julius WaMwnrk. Dr. E. R. Carpenter
Dr. John Ridley Oist Russell Dr. B.
R. Clutter; Mesdames Vance Stewart
It. P. MoHson E. J. McKlnney and A.
Forresters Banco Party.
The Lady Forreaters entertained on
Wednesday afternoon with their usual
enjoyable monthly "bunco" party at
ihf Knights of Columbus hall. The
first prise a hand-painted plate was
won by Mrs. J. E. Morgan; the second
prize an Irish point lace rollar. was
won by Mrs. Herbert Urch and tha
consolation fell to Mrs. Henry Buchos.
Following the game refreshments
of ire cream and cake were enjoyed.
Thoae present were Mesdames Herbert
Urch John Woods. S. Frame J. Sul-
livan M. Queanel O. H. Bussing C. E.
MrNemar Charles Hull Ed Holnlg.
M. O'Meara. D. Lane. T. W. Oault J.
H. Horton M. Burns John Bpeneer
H. Luathy' Joe Morgan M. Maloney.
Paul. Brlesch. E. Werner O E. Spen-
cer. J. D. Duncan P. E. Kelly. R. R.
E'liaon J. B. Sauers Carrera J.
Haughney E. Sled man. J. Berkley;
the Misses Msry Kline Grace Grady
Agnes Morgsn Pearl Briesh Beasy
Welseh Marguerite O'Meara
Honse Party nt Fahens.
Sunday a party of El Paaoans were
entertained at a house party at Fa.
in us Texas the occasion being the
baptismal of Edmund James the In-
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. P. O'Don-
nrll. The christening took place In
the old San Flisarlo church and the
sponsors for the baby were Mra. P.
E. Kelly of El Paso who atood as god-
mother and Messrs. John Ryan of
Kansas City Mo. and Gilbert of
Marfa acted as godfathers. Church
ceremonies were performed by Father
After the christening a sumptu-
ous dinner was served and In the even-
ing dancing and singing ware enjoyed
followed by the serving of refresh-
ments. Attending from El Paso were Mra.
P E. Kelly the Misses Nellie and Han-
nah O'Donnell and Katharine Rlordan.
Kntcitelncd Delta Alphas.
The Delta Alpha class of the First
M. E. church waa plaaaaatly enter-
tained on Monday evening by Mra.
Herman G. Porter. Following the
business session a musical program
was enjoyed and refreshments of
punch sandwiches and rake ware
haii.t rain HIWT
Chanwetase aad blffea.
A sketch of an unusually attractive
gown for a slender figure accompanies
this. This waa developed In dried or-
ange charmeuse combined with self-
tone chiffon The shoulder yoke is
cut of tha charmeuse so also is the
lower portion of the blouse between
these the chiffon Is gathered showing
a length of brown velvet beneath. The
odd sleeves are trimmed with the
chiffon. The skirt of charmeuse has
an unusual cloalng. beneath which one
side la draped. The opening at tha
foot which results is filled with the
chiffon. A scsrf effect of the same
drapes tba skirt.
served by the girla who furnished them
for the occaalon.
Monday evening Brent Lpva. and
Miss Jessie Franklin were quietly mar
ried at the parsonage of the Flrat
Methodist Episcopal church by the
pastor. Rev. Herman O. Porter. The
young couple were from La Meaa N.
M.. and after spending a few days la
El Paao will return to their home.
Methodist Societies Today.
The Phllathea and Baraca classes of
Trinity Methodist church will hold
their regular business and social meet-
ing on Friday evening in the base-
ment of the church.
Entertained Card Party.
Mra. Victor E. Raggio of 1107 Ne-
vada street entertained Informally nt.
cards on Wedneaday evening.
Hostess of FortnlghUiea.
Mrs. H. Leuthy will be the hostess
of the Fortnightly club this afternoon.
FX PASO MORNING TIMES FRIDAY AUGUST 15 If 18.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Mra Charles Lewis of I .a Mesa N.
M has been the guest of her sister
Mrs. John Lewis lh El Paso.
Mra. A. M. Holland who has been
confined to the house for the last
three months on account of a broken
ankle la now able to get out on the
Billy Berrien haa gone to Clint to
spend several day's with Malcolm
Webb on tha latter's ranch.
Mra. V. Blunt left Wednesday over
the Golden State limited for Spring-
field Mo. to visit her old home.
Miss Mary Goggln returned Wed-
nesday from Houston Texas and oth-
er East Texas points where she haa
been visiting for several weeks and
accompanied by Miss Elisabeth Haw-
Program for This Week
A strenuous program la on with the Morning Times for this wsak and so
far it Is being carried out in a phenomenally successful way.
The Mate of Texas Pennants on sale at Branch No. One. tha McCoy
Hotel are practically all guns although a shipment is coming by express.
The coupon appears again today though that will probably be the last tlma
this week that It will be run. The Penaant coupoa appears on this page
The Hates Mlp Contest is fairly stalling. All the organisations are hard
at work and It will be tha neurit of folly to predict the winner Saturday
night Thla haa been toe most successful advertising plan ever known In
El Paso Every mamber of the galas Blip organisation is pleased Tha stores
hate received excellent rasulta
The Offer of the TUnra Daily from now until Oct. 16th for fl II to new
subscribers has brought In more than one hundred new names They came
through the malls over the counter In the main building and at tha McCoy
Hotel Mornlag Times Branch Number One. They are still coming. The
special ofler is to ba called off after Aug. 1Mb. Every day the new sub-
scriber waits means a loss. The paper will ba sent dally frem now to Oct.
llth for l 26. payable la advance.
The Thirty-Third Anniversary EdHtoa of tha Times will go to praas la a
short time. It is to be the beat quality newspaper aver Issued ia the South-
west. There alll be 16.900 copies of the adltloa printed and dUtrlbutsd.
In addition to covartng thoroughly all of tha El Paao aad Southwestern
territory special arrangements have been made for distributing copies to the
better class of horns seeking farmers la the states of loss Nebraska Wiscon-
sin snd ladiaaa. special staff writers have beea at work on the edition for
two months aad the pages mads up already glvs but a faint Idea of ths
i iwi ought. ess with which the work baa been done
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This ( oupuu aad lac (
Paris and Java Discuss Wlvws
mOTB had haws brought to task go severely by Jane for soma of his
shortcomings that ba waa la a ratWer bad humor Ha fait in-
dined to gat It oat of his system by hnrllng a few tbaadarbolts;
and ba was Just looking over tha collection to fat tha heaviest
whoa Paris came along.
"Hallo J ova going to stir things ap a little"
Jnpiter glared at Paris with a glance that ba thought would subdue
that youth's Jaunty spirits Bat Parts only aald blithely:
"It's too bot for such exercise. Corns aad sit down a while. Work
off your crouch this evening when It's cooler. If roa mast."
For aa Instant. Joes felt Inclined to hurl a thunderbolt la Paris' di-
rection. Bat It was hot and tbs youth looked so launty la bis whlta
flannels that ha chsngsd his mind aad tha two strolled off to a shady tree.
"Don't take H to heart so. grsndpop." said Psrls. aftar a fsw minutes'
Jov started Ha fait ha ought to rebuke thla youth; but ha was a
little tired of rebukes having had aa ovardoaa thst morning. Still. If hs
1st la Is spirit of familiarity go too tar ha would soon loss all authority.
Ha waa about to draw himself up majestically whan Paris went on:
"Wo all hoard Juno throwing It Into you this morning. Ton aught
aot to lot anything Ilka that worry you."
Jots forgot to bs msjeatlc. and sighed.
"Oenone Is always picking on me that way too" wont on Paris. "It
is Just a way soma woman have. But don't lot It get year goat."
"She oughtn't to do It so that ths whole household hears." said Jove
pettishly. "How can you expect servants to respect you whan thay hoar
all tha call-downs your wife glvs yon?"
"It oartalnly is a proposition." said Parts sympathetically. "What
was tha trouble?"
"Oh Just a fsw little things she happened to hear ms saying to Hobo."
replied Jove finding It a comfort to Itave a sympathetic listener "Mere
foolishness you know."
Paris nodded understanding. "Hare too" ho said. "I chanced
on Aurora tha other morning and happened to say how bright and lovsly
she looked snd that It started off my day wall to meet her and a few
thlaga like that whan Oenone came out on tha porch Ilka a cyclone and
tha things she said wore a plenty. Actually Aurora grow pale. I was
Tha two sat In moody silence tor s moment.
"Just aa If a man doesn't wsnt to talk now and then to soma other
woman basldas his wife" remarked Jove.
"That's what I told Oenone. She said she didn't 'care about my
talking to others but It was what I said that hurt. But you know tha
things you say that way you don't mean."
"Of course not. It you did mean them you wouldn't say them."
"No. It might mean alimony. I tried to explain It this way to
Oenone but she said it I wanted to say things like that to ssy them to
her and thare'd be no harm done."
Jove gave a shrug of his aversion. "There'd be no fun In that" hs
said. "It's not a bit interesting to talk that way If you moan It."
"No. It's too serious a matter then."
"Juno would think I had lost m mlndi It I began saying to her ths
things I was saying to Hobo."
Paris agreed. "My conversation with Oenone Is mostly about bills
and ths children's schooling and whether It Is best to try a new cook."
"A man wants to get away from that sort of thing ouce In a while."
"Yonder cornea Helen" ssld Paris his face brightening
"I must be going" exclaimed Jove rising. Ths susplcloa of a twinkle
cama into his eys. "It wouldn't do to stir the old lady up twice In ona
day you know" ha aald
"1 suppose I shouldn't." replied Paris. "But I will."
LITTLE BEAUTY CHATS
By BLANCHE BKAOON-
Vour Dressing Table.
First tha position of it.
My llluslrsilon is not a pretty one
today but it shows only too well thn
sffect of a dreaalng tabls badly placed
and thoughtlessly used. Nolle thst
the chair Is pushed fsr bsrk from thn
edge of the dresser snd that the light
Is I nt .1 Notice how ths girl In the chair
has to strain forward to get a good
vision. And back of it all Is purs care-
The English sre more thoughtful
In sn English house the placing uf ths
dressing table is almost a ceremony. It
le placed directly befor i a window so
that a strong even light fslls upon
the face of the woman sitting at It.
Then. It la always equipped with a
very large hand mirror none of these
dinky little bits of glass so often dig-
nified by thst nsmn here but a real
servlcable mirror that ran take In
your head neck and shoulders. The
best fot m for such a mirror to have ia
At sight ths lighting Is even more
Important. The best wsy to manipu-
late It ia to hsve two smsli electric
candlesticks one on each side. Ths
shsdss should be so fastened that tha
light Is thrown on the face. This prin-
ciple Is observed in the dressing rooms
of theatres. The light Is generally un-
shaded and much nearer tha face. Thla
Is not necessary however for general
purposes as the average woman Is not
called upon to appear in a glaring
spot light snd brfors footlights. I
hava seen some really pitiable esses of
over-powdering snd streaky powderlug
that arr of necessity ths rssult of llly-
llghted dressing lablea
One of my srhool-g'rl friends com-
plained tu me tha other day that arts
"hated to primp" As this la s as est
unnstural state of mind for any woman
to ba In. I gratified my rurloalty In
seeking the cause. I found it In her
dressing tabls She had It In a sort
of alcov In her room with ths neeraet
light the alectrtc chandelier When I
remonstrated with her she egclaiem I
"But my dear thsre Is really no
other plsca for It. If I put It over by
ths window. It will spoil ths looks of
tbs room absolutely."
Aa far aa that weal ahe was right.
Ths tiny little Colonial dreaslng table
belonged where It wns bv every law of
room decoration. Also It would ruin
the mural effect to cut tha wall for an
electric light. So. at my advice she
kins went up to rioudrroft yesterday
morning to join her mother and re-
main until the last of the month
Mrs. K. W. Long and alslar-ln law.
Miss Edna Long left yesterday for
their home In St. Louis. Mo
Mra Alice H Thompson la enjoy-
lag a visit with relatives si different
California points being at preaeat at
Mrs. O. K Thomas left Wednesday
for her old home In Psrksrsburg. W.
Vs.. to spend three months and will
bo Joined later by Mr Thomas who
will spend a month
Mrs. Charley Miller sad son Har-
ley. left Wadnesdsy for New Yolk l
way uf Galveston where they will
spend three months visiting relatives
Mr and Mrs Benjamin J. Farrar
I slur Bed Wednesday from a sag week
trip through (he New Eaglaad stales.
Mra W B. Clark has Joined Major
Clarh al Fotl Bliss.
placed two eld Cnlonlsl csndlest I' m h
the kind with a glass shield that s
tends high up over the candle si
M (OSS not interfile with the light
st cash side And ss lbs modern SO
dls la unuauall bright she now haa
elisimlng pretty light at .ell times
keeping BY HENRIBTTA D. ORAI7BL.
"Where is the hrcud and butter
Plato pot. is the ba'.ter on It or Is it
Tha bread and butter plate la put at
the right of the dinner plate st the
bap of ths flat silver. A smell pa: or
ball of butter may
be on It. as wall
aa a slice of bread
snd a hot roll. If
you prefer you
may have the but-
ter passed For a
time It was not
correct thing to
have i n tee at a
formal dinner but
could deny their
guests this neces-
sity sn that now
butter Is served at
every meal. The
butter plates are used nt luncheon and
dinner but not s: breakfast. A pretty
fancy Is to servs "suesae" hotter al
ladles' luncheons This Is fresh
churned creamery butter without gilt.
It la delightful on hot bread especially
if fine Jellies or honey i served.
How ia "tunny" prepared snd when
Is t In season?
Tunny rr tuns fish are cooked as
anv large fish is prepared and Is in
season any tlma except In very hot
weather. Thsre Is sn excellent tidbit
on sale In the shape of canned tunny
If you did not know what It was. you
would think from Its taste and ap-
pearance that you were eating canned
chicken. It haa Jus enough pimento
in It to make it spicy If you cann.it
got freah tunny try a .'an or this. It
makes an excellent salad snd is nice
for a quick luncheon
A request for Japanese wafers "like
thoss the Japs tnake and sell In their
stores" hss been received. Will some
reader having this hi: of Information
kindly send It to me care this paper?
This recipe for chicken aalad has
been sent to s number of readers who
have given their names and addresses
but Mrs. D.. this city enclosed a
stamp and n.) street address when she
requested II so It Is published her
Two cups diced chicken. One cap
diced ve.tl well seasoned with celerv
salt and whole sweet pimentos. Sprin-
kle with four tablespoons of vinegar
and place on Ice until needed.
Have aalad bowl lined with crisp
water cress. At the last moment be.
fore serving pdd fine salnd oil (in
quantHy to suit taa e) to the chl.led
meat. Toss with s wooden fork until
Arrange attractively n salad dish
and keep cold until served. I am
pleased to answer any questions per-
talnlng to housekeeping In ihls Oi-
umn. If you wan: sn Immediate re.
ply send address.
: Some Things Yon Ought to Know About
Home Boiled Ham
This store with Its great stock of freah table specialties. Is
something you ought to know about and the following
Our Delicatessen Department
We cast furnish you the best home cooked meets snd boms
msde salads In the rlly.
Smoked Beef Tongue
Fresh Potato Salad
Crab Meat Salad
Salmon Salad etc. etc.
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS.
Diarrhoea QSafeMf Cured.
"I was taken with diarrhoea and
Mr. Yorka. the merchant here per-
suuded me to try s bottle of Cham-
berlains. Colic. Cholera and Dlarrhot
Remedy. After taking one dose of
It I wss cured. It also cured others
that I gave It to." writes It E. Och-
hsrt. Oriole. Pa. Thla Is not at all
unusual. An ordinary attack of
diarrhoea can almost Invariably be
cured by one or two doses of thla
remedy. It Is one of the most suc-
cessful prepsrutlonp that has been
discovered Thousands have testified
to Its value For sale by all dtugglsla.
BANKING BY MAIL
Just aa eaay to open a savings account with as as though you
Uveal next door.
WE PAY i per cent Interest compounded Twice Every Tear. Wo
do boslneea under the Depositor's tiuaranty Law of the State of Texas
and are a Oaaranty Fund Bank aa provided by snch Law.
Oar plan In addition to being convenient. Is safe profitable aad
liberal. Nobody has ever lost a dollar In a 8taie Dank In Terns.
Write today far our free booklet "BANKING BY MAIL" or
simply mall your deposit.
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO. El Paso Texas
HOW DO YOl! DO IT?
I.et the woodwork of your house go so long without painting
when you can get a gallon of Tuttle's Imperial high grade paint for
2 2(1 per gallon covering close to 300 squsre feet two coats.
King up for color card or write for color card.
TUTTLE PAINT AND GLASS CO
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ERTAni.lSHI l) APHII. 1SS1.
CAPITAL SlTRPLt'8 AND PROMTS S200.000.00
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
C. B. MOHKHEAD President. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN. V. Pres.
C. N. BAS8KTT. Vice President. GEO. D. FLOBY Cashier.
L. J. G'LCIU'.IST. Asat. Cashier.
Assayer and Chemist
GEO. W. CAMKHON
Representative For fihlppers to ths
El Paso Smelter.
106 San Francisco at.. Kl I'aao Texas
p. o. Bos saa.
Independent Assay Office
Right Goods at Right Prices
DUNN'S MUS!C ST0?E
404 SAN ANTONIO ST.
D. W Kscssabt. K M . Proprtoaor
ifmt for Ort thlpptrl Aat ami
Caioa Amalnilt tins liuJuN
Sas' Saserts Upon Bullion War a
(Macs and lsloraaory:
tm. iss Fraetlace Olasaaaa SS
SL eaao. tanas
I El Paso Distilled Water Co.
Water 1 iMilcri I unilhlii il.
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