From The Santa Fe New Mexican:
Jan. 23, 1913: In Paris, the coquettish mantilla of romance, which so often has incited love, jealousy, and hatred in Spain, is being introduced. Occasionally now one sees a woman adorned with a mantilla; always she is a pretty woman, and the mantilla heightens her beauty. It goes without saying that if the mantilla becomes the fashion there, the vogue will spread to America. Santa Fe women, therefore, cannot be informed too soon that there are rules of fashion governing the time and place in which any particular mantilla shall be worn as immutable as the laws of the Medes and Persians.