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ALBPQPElttPE, EVEWKO HEKALD. SATURDAY,, MAY 13, 1911,.
ll ll I' .1 It .1111 I'TV J. I II
i mid' color and mini'' n jitrturt
. tttonlntlft lllVllonOM II H the lllll
l,i-. fttipned tho inoimtiroi (if
i wining nml imurtwMiltiR
rlbkott in tliv rytlun of
Ml Kliiehor mul Air
i . tt$or nnd OimbiliiK
thin nHonioan to .i
"ii. TiitllM compltinniitnrj'
Mn lm.i Howell, who will wort
i ' Sohwoulhor In tho month
.. Tliu gtioatt n the mow
l thu I'lifliilln'nii class ol Hu
ll aland Moihotllst Hunttny solioot. ol
h the htmurco iH proililont Wtw
. irn. wrc played mul umn hap
it'll- nation for ttu future wur"
M'U'w-'-l i thi bride nlmt by hm
mik 'l'h"tf burnt chum pronom--i
Ml Howell with a liook made of
i' i s'mpnd limvm, on which wore
,i i r'i favorite rooking iw
( i .n h Kir I printout The fiHilHi o
MM' .'It' li rfikfi wn tin- 1 1 it on allow-
i ntntw or IiiiiiiI;iiimIi ulfts of
- .i i -in the gunatv for which the
..ii.iiii'. wfl nlillgcu 1" sonnli In
..i..-n inHik to find the- dainty or-
iIiikh for hor futuio lininn. 'I'll
himVu. vrhfHf n IooHihoiiio lunnheou
h i sertrnd was Invtshlv droftsod In
tun- Hint wMto roses.
.1, l"i iiik l
que. n Stov-
I .OH Al
Schmidt tutu 111'1--I'M.
Miitron. AnUu'tii Dunne,
r Josephine Schmidt
Chrlstlnii. Francos IIimH"
mljo. lu-sslo Mirnbiil ir
Itulu Pinter. .Mnrle llnl'mr
U ramie. AUiiul Heaven
P.iiilclaiis. Kthel CtHlm i
Minili. I "rit iict'H Powtl,
.lolitiKon Krllndn C'oiiuit.'lii
(.'nml' lm In. 1 .11 v Alccta.
Horn. Delia Vnldez, Cumin K
Lurv tloriziilf. Htolsn Arnlljo. Orci'
Krnfi Mnr Smvimii, M on Irn ihi
Unman Ladles, Vitelline Cnln. Lie
ollli St unit, Carrie jsilhfulill. lolc
(Ironiinn. Sovorn I la en, Itgltin Kuppe
Myrn. A ChrlKifftn .Mother.'- Fran
A Chtlsiliin Mother." Unrulce fls-
Moil If f !' I r i'i ' ( ' Tin-
llliri ! i " iIi'hh dim " K
tin' ri-'"M . Jiii' tt iiiollx'f. "I
In h.if(l i.rlMlrci "' hl li-nt'M
in ImxlitR Iiviiik inuthi-m ulioiii 1 1 '-'
i "Ulil niaUf hnii on tln Ami vl'
ili lliipi' iM c ami liKjui'til. tliH
Ulh wilt llnum loni: in thi liiaiin "f
trii' mii iin.'t unriiTl tiiilciit yv
THl MIUBleat IIMIIlbci Mr We ri'tlrtil 'il
t imi'ili- r t li viirloH i'inti.
H igvro, Itolt,:. i... ,- . !"4.n0' t)u
i k HliHikM mul ,
.Mr. ami Mm. 1
Knt il lnjllUtlfUly ! I" ''' '
niKlil at t li ill t- lion "' '
in honor of Oovon r i"
l uwrs will hu lai ' f- '
tlii' luixt anil tln 'i""1'
will In- UoVcriior nJ
ml Mrn. IjQvrrt, Mip- v
Mi- INI. ilia llorRt ir. i "
Hi ro and Miitiui'i H
. i r' w ill
i iimiii'i' t'i
.'fii'i .M. A.
Drom.i hy St. Vlnccnt'j Students
'm- of tin- tnoiit iilatairntc ilrmiiBH
i Kinninl In Altniiinorqiic by local
nl' in will be the riirlmlnn Tn
i hi il Itoiniui irayily, to he
niil In HI lin llicoicr Jiini II hx tile
viaiim Uirtlo of St Vlnri'iii ' actul-i-iiiv
PnTTTlpn,' rllHon, scienco anil
an ilinili In I In.' Ilnoti o! tin lory
at is n uiaHtfirly rcpiodiirtlon o.' tin'
ia whan N'nro ruli-d and riilni'd Tin'
Kil of Aim cla.' a ("hrlHllan tnaldnii.
),! heroin, of tho tmKod, will bo nn
.it -fiiintoil by MIkh l.-anreon AhkoIIii,
Ainifi. Ilki'iuiHs Ih hIiowii abow
('iiii'lul lii KOHturo. nppenllns and
mcIikIIouh In volin. MIi.h Aftkt'llii'H in
. i ,neiail(in of tlie part would do
ii. lit to experienced drainat IhIk.
1 Itfolliiiun." tln Itoman uriieral. will
linportamntoil by Mlhfl .Inlla Kele.
i.i i whom" dlistilly and Htili'iidld voice
,'inily lit her for this Iniporimi'
mi i MlhH Kclolicr Iiiih nliendy n'
.nnr-d the laurolK of n protVMlonaJ
exi'ti'MionlKt In fonnor drnninH ol H
Viricont'K Htndentfi, and holdn also a
told incdnl. won In an oratorical mi.
est two yenrH no, Following In 'ho
drainallH pernoiitio of tho tramnly
ICniporor of Homo, Churlolto Hri.v
net . I'rploet of llomi', Mnry K;itlileoii
Kelly. Mercla. "ChrlBlinti Maiden.
Unuceti AHselin; XyHtim. Illwliop ol
Koine." Ilarbani MarriH; Kahlna, "Ho
mail rinaator," Nelllo I'hllllps. Her
ni "Hotnan J july," Kntella K11
wi phamiri, "CliriHtlun Hoy," Hertha
fin iit : UmpronB of Koine, Helen
i.er IivvIiih, 'ChrlBtlan." lirnco
Mr Derniott , Tllf llllltlH. Uoinilll til'li
I lulla Mar Kelelier VH iiiiih.
Hqouiii .(lunural." UarrJe Hro.wn.
Ilaela. "Hoinan Lady." Ilernlce 1 1 j
eldcn; TIiiih, ChrlHtlan, ' tleorKla
l.mz Hoinan had). ICIeonor VrniKlii". .
Strabo. "Hoinan Citizen," Helen
Schmidt; (Jlabrlo, "Homan C'llli'ii,"
Healrlco Annljo; I'hllodenius, "Homan
Illon. Anna Hlalte; Servllllitv
sp." I.orotto MoN'nlly. McIiiIiih,
Hoinan Onornl.' (iolillc Hrown; M -cIIiib.
Soldier. " Kathi'tliie I'owell.
.mill. 'Slave Un'o," Mary Yaldit..
' utia. "Slave l.ady." Hosalle With;
' am., Hiista. "Slave 1 July," Hmnili"
s.niiinm; Syra, "Slavo iJidy," Sophia
NiImuiiI. Onard of 1'rlnoti. FriinceR
liiipli MoIoh, "Christian Youth.'
,'i.neiic.' Dunn. I'otronliiH, "Honinn
oillcM,- MarKarot Sdunldt; SliiRpr
'I Home." Knth Simpler; Slave. Hazel
II. k. . Qiilnto, "Homan Ollinei.
Mine Uracil vuyel;
.-. Honalle With
Soldlur, Caihorlno nihbonri, Sara
Wiimelinnii, Stella Stiibbx. Ainall'i
iinrnhiB. Hloiia (iiirola, Mnry Homoro.
Mario Homoro. I'aiilltn llaca, Kuby
ii.ihani, Cecelia AKer8, I'earl I'ltll
I I'enrl PhllllpK. Cecilia OrU'RW
DiinoerH. Aloxandria VnitKliey. tnlli-
'inie O'HIellj. MaiKaret McCanna.
ii.nmh HiiHei. Irene Pinter, liiint
Vletorlne With, Adelo Carr. Myt
u itiHivun. (ilailyH Kelly, Maruar'n
iluhtMdl. Am Chupllti. Sara Mi-
ndy. I.tiv Yrlsarrl. Anita fJatola.
ntonolte filmuvln, MIy AboiiHelman.
iIiikU AboiiHolman. (irlxolila (iarda.
lotM'phlne Schriobor. Cloo Llnvlllc.
i Millh Mcllee. Marsaret Snilthnl'H.
i.Miiiih (lllbort. .losuphliie Kpnon,
UM llnrroiii;lm. IjiwlBa Sherman. He
ma Cniidnlnria, Mnrnarot Sparno.
itilm Hottr. I.ova llalllnc. Lena
Mothfc' Him In tlie selinoK.
YMlcrUax Mim olMnirvei) an Mother'
dm in t.i" i.ubli mid private mcIiooIk
Of tllf Willi llliliroprlnte npeehe-.
Htorlec nod long niKi;.itlve of the
I'litln lt herliili,l oy iiuilhern tor
tliflr i hiidr. n nd tin: rnotprocotod
atTp.'iion l Hie yonriR. I'rof. .Ster
ling nddrp" -I tk lilKt'iiihed xtu-
tl'tu uf ihe higli iwliiiol and olKlllll
Kraitf in ih morning, ImpreMlni;
tiicio mill bttly tliniiKhtx of (lit
In n i .hill i ion .if Moilier' day an
fituhomii pronratn wn rendu i d at
the I'lrftl wiird rhool. mid the Hpnc
nu room "ii l lie necunil floor prov
ed itindeiniil. to mill or even hold
the crowd i.f pan iile and vlHltor who
KCtlierrd to le'iu the ipleililld lilllll
her! JirMired 1 the eiii'lnr "f the
school. Or Uiay f the Cnlveridty
addicHd the audience on the mib
Jept of the day, Kiting an eloquent
oxpoNitinn f the .ibcdlctici', clr enn
trol and love that make lor ohnrac
ler and the impplnoiM f parentn
I'rof. SterllllK euUiRlxml the AllliTl
caii mother who o brltmlnK up a na
tion i.f mtpcrlor cltlreiin fur the fu
ture To Mrn. T I ItotlH. principal
or the I'll. HI WHId wllfinl Ii due the
eriiHt tor InntiMiirntlni: lb" obsnrv
nnce f.l MntheiN' la In the olty
H.-liHidti and toe ptiiRmin yenterday
wiih the third annual program at the
fedinoU. wax Ii powiilili' hitter than
any that have koii- tief-ir.- Ah the
hpeeciii'f ami hoiirh llnpfd by baby llpn
or tld with the tiandor or elilttllinod,
evprefiHed appreciation of innther'n
love, the iyi'H or man hearer of the
day KllMcned with tcm Mln Char
lotte Pratt and .MI.sm l."la NcIht miiir
Kwrttly favorite InllnolcB, In Iiik ac
C'imiiaiilcd on the violin by Mr Ar
thur Yniiuw With white ruwiih oov
crid with roen, and bcarliiR roue
wreaths, the j-lrln of the Sevnuii
Krade predciited a rose drill and hoiik
(bat elicited mutant applause. Ten
"timid little mahlflUA from Japan" In
kinioiiux, with pnpnr paranolH and
fnni uave a pretty nonn and drill.
"HOclt Me to Sleep Mother." HtillK by
n unititi from the llltll Krillle wan ex
cellently renderml. KkoIi number wa
n t-iat, and reflect Kreot credU mi
the leiii lieiH who Hpared no paliiH In
trnlniiiK the chlldr'ui. White carna
tions were presented to each visitor
and carrlnl liotiif by the pupil" for
! uiollii i who were absent.
; M'ooinl Ward School.
tine hundreil and IHly parents and
I i-.ir.oiK were piesent to hour the
! pupil of the Second ward school yen
; te-day afternoon speak In oniony of
i niotber Too much praise can not be
i Biven to the toucher for their palim-
lakltii; care and thouKiit m the tncrl
lorioiiK prouram prepaied in honor of
the dr. An oble paper hy Mrs. .1 A.
Mtlleroii "The Itolailon of lb"
Teacher to the Mother.' was ulvon
- lose attention by tin- adults present
..nil also the little folks liiteusidv li'.
t ie.lnl to tlit'ac twu Ideals of their
Thllll Wan I.
t the Third ward school ynster
da Hfernuon, Dr. C. O. llecUman
adilrcHseil the students of the tdxth
mul heventh Ki-niU-ti, oxpoutidlnK the
lesson of the day m iiloiimnt lau-
KilllKC The llftb pracle pupils listen
ed to ail ablii address by Col. IMward
Johnson and Mr IJlck'-y lalkud In
t' niNllimb t the iirlmarv stuiienu
Sexeral hnni?s and Morlos by tho pu
plla milled niiicb to the entertain-ui.-nt.
While 1'nrniiiiouii, the umblem
of Uie day. mil' ulvnn to the numer
ous visitors piesiint
At nun (('cluck )i'hterday ninrnliiK
tin Mtiidents of the Kourth ward
Kalhered in Ihe assembly room tl
b.-.ir a mastcrl) addross oy Prof.
suoilay n.'Ihki PiiiKiaio.
T-.innrrow ttmrllliiK the inetnbn
tie Itaptnit Mllllilaj nrliooi will "h
tm- Molhotf duy by the reiitati-ih
of appropriate Mm,- utul readiniis .it
th. rrgulnr hour of the ftibbnlh clas
e Mothers and vliltors Mill b.
in 'muled llli the white ealllKtlull
i lh .lay M th. CoiiKreitaiioiial Iiik tho , HprlliK nun win
iimiu. femmi .iiso in. nay will In
Ki pt sin red ,, iri"l hi-rll.'Oil h-u n
.rem . i.r oi"lhe .p-esei bv tlf
te.n Ii- r mh1 Hlp l
Tho Indies' Aid ol i'"
church uivt Thin "'Hi
tin- church lo upend '
worUliiff a prt'tt.s
NEW MEXICO SOCIETY
lln Ik Iron i
A "i11RrMile dinner t'eplele
wiifi noti f.itvir. nml t tin- samu
time b.rnuttfuth appointed, was Ktveii
h s number f wetl hnown Snntn
1'VtiiiM Tburmlnj tilth t in honor of
Ml. Pnnnx fl Mrtiton of 'ei-laiid.
').. an aunt of Mrs Atthut t-'eltmuan.
wife of .Soma Pe's inaor. The Kiiesls
were Mrs. Ililtion. Mi and Mis. Na
than .liiffu. Mr mihI Mrs IC '. Ai
bott. Ml Mini Mis II. II Moult. m,
.Mr. and .Mis. M .Spits, .Mr and Mr
James Holltmaii. .Mr and Mrs. Arthur
HellKinnn. Hi and Mis John II
Sloan, Mrs It P. Hivlmi. Mr. and
Mrs. S (I I'artwrluhl. .Miss Hi. hli
Se I Ik ma n mul John W. .March.
l-'our ntitomnblles wen- pressed Into
service in take the KUestK from place
to place, for otil .me course of the
dinner a si-rn-d at a rlileiice. The
dinner began at the hiiumilow of Hi.
and Mrs. Sloan on tYrrllloa inad.
where xmpe fruit mid curtails made
the openillR conrsi Tile Ullests were
seated tete.n-tetent small tables, two
at each, and the rmiin was tastefully
decorHte.l with whlli lilacs. l.lttl.
candles at iincb mnie mlded to the
beaut ot the seen,. At the conclu
sion of the frst course a maid entered
ami Wlllspell'd to tin- hostess, who
arose and with feigned embarrass
ment stated that the servants had re
fused to serve the remainder of the
dinner. With iniin.v apoloKles tin
hostess bi-KKed the kind llllllllKellce
of the kii.iSI of honor. Mrs. Itrlltnii,
who erai'efull. reassured her friends
that she wii" not at all annoyed at
this turn In the affair. Mrs. Itrlttou
was visibly surprised, however, Plans
were then discussed and someone UK
itcsted thai the meal be finished at a
hotel. Mrs. Jaffa, however, volun
teered to serve the next course at her
oiMi home, and soon (In- autoH were
speeilliit; op Palace avenue
The Jnflo residence was prettily
decorated with red popples and
stmtiKc to say the table was set for
Kii and soup wan served. AIo olives,
radishes and oilier appetizers. ."Iicrry
wine was also m-rveii
This course finished, MOIIleolle suk-
Kesled iHtlliK the remainder of the
dinner at a hotel and then roIiik to
the iiiorliiK pb tore show , but Mis.
Krvlell reipiesti d the pleasure of Ni.'t'V-
Iiik fish at her residence. TIiIh hiik
Kestlon met with hearty response, and
by tin- time the Hiiests arrived at the
Krvlen home Mrs. Ilrltton saw
through the cb yerl planned sur
prise. Mr Krvlen was out of ihe oily
out a caid at his chair annoiiiiued
"Hob Is Hone but not forKottiui."
which expressed the siilillinetits of llU
Irlellds who iiiisKi'd Illin. The table
deciiratliius were Jomiulls and the
wine was heir
! I'nurtli Ctiiiisi'.
The fourth course was served at the
Abbott home by Mr. and Mri- Abbott
and Mr. and Mm. ( itrtwrlKht It con
sisted of llll'UeJ. with creamed pota
toes, nspnrnKUH and eraiibeirv sauce,
also claret and punch a la Homaliie
The table deooratlnus were red daf
fodils In prolusion,
i Th fifth course was served at the
Monday Special Offering of
Atrr csrefiil study and 1'inpaiiHoii of the
NKMcih we nave proiiiiceii a iiumu. r '-r new
.Wbi'a , tin Kiuartost fontures yet ihkhI
Innuiv ex 'IumUciics.ii and enable ever W'-nom in si-core the ytn
f hat ibNl Iji most bccoiiilni.'.
lecent New York
siimmvr bats that
ONE VERY SPECIAL NUMBER AT $5
Thl lot Inoliirleu smart tailor. d hats and dressy pullet n hots
IIPHV M(l.MlV HVK.VIMi I XTII, Itillii,
312 Wett Central Mrs. Btrtley, Mgr.
home of Mr. and .Mra. Spitz and con
sisted of squabs, fried potatoes. Jelly
'anil Itheiilhh wipe. The decorations
wete purple lilacs and white flowers,
mid looked quite beautiful
I The souabs I m vim: lakcn fllulit tin
diners were hurried over to the home
of Mr and Mrs Jamen .S'cllKUiau,
when tomato salad with mayonnaise
1 1 rex.-1 Ilk'. lettuce, salted almonds,
.crackei-s. cheese, i tc . with white wlno
i were served. Tin decorations were
I white fbiKS and w hite lilacs
J le, cream, rakes and candy were
in xt served with Sauteriie. but on
I Pa la ci av-'iitie at the hoiiie of Mr. and
Mrs II. H .Moiiltnn. Thi Kn"d thiiiKS
mat. hi d In color the table decora
'lion of in nil
j l!t Kollii. Call' Noli-.'
I fate iiulr and liquers were nerved
'at the home of Mayor and Mrs. Se
IllKinau mi PhIiicc a venue, and white
III ties tate!llll decorateil the table.
This wiin the uratul llnale and con
Uluded tin Inii resting dinner when
ihe hands m ihe i. met at 1-.
A handseiiiel appointed luncheon
V'is that iiivm b. Mrs William J.
Mills al the executive maiiHloii Thurs
day iifteinoon Santa I'e takes apo
dal pride In baviiiK Mrs. Mills live
here unit the nodal events which ore
now- Kivni at tin executive mansion
ate the most illKnlflcd nml 'llto In
tfec terntnn The taole ileooralloi"
lllcltided a beautiful ci-nterplcco wlibli
was a parlloiilarly charmliiK arrant;. -menl
of Mhlte lilacs and red carna-
Hons Hint made a In-autlful contrail
In the soft llf?ht from the Kindles,
('lowers, pliili, white, red purple win
III evidence everywhele, nml q was
like a peep lulu lalryland ! i r iiv
throuith the portieres into tin dinni);
loom, where the table was In-aulii illy
set with llowirn, bilKht cut rIuhm and
silver, mid the candles, mill their
pretty red sbndis, lliu i mi(i, pule
Hllht luti ev. i'v nook and cerm r
The Kliesta were the MiHilallleH Hrlt
lon, A. Si'llKinau. Willim-r, Atklniiou.
hnvo IllliCl'd HI vmlous tnel'IIIIKU dill-
r , Tho lllllt
Will bo PO d when .omnlc'cn lilld UK'
iniicecilH fo io ko.iic Pu in of churcii
m charitable work " ainU'i' cotisld
. i - at Ion. Tin! iiioip'h-i- ' ' tm.' nhl who
will enjoy that mlon..' matiiior or
taislne; fuiiiJH urn Memt.iini'ii .MO.MItiii,
.In tttH, .loiit'H, Howell, ilmhlllo, Jolin
Miii, Nenl. Clrlfllii. ilollutid. Allers uud
iKcvoral others wli(.- ninnes cannot be
Mr anil .Mrs. 1opph 'nlok cole
' hrateil In an lufonaal uiauiior thai i
j iwc-iily-flfth niinlvLi,r of tholr wed
I illn- larit Stiturdnv a' 'heir homo on
.North (llddliiKH str.it
Tho yoai'H Hlnce - v tnairlnuo have
for tho most pint ten Siint In Ni
liraMka, and on tliU lmp occasion
l hoy wore ronicniheti d in frlumlR at
iholr old homo, who m nt with their
com;ratilatlotiH and uhhI wIbIipk a
The .loiirual nnd lie mis in tho city
also wlHh to extelil i.-Hiikh lo .Mr.
and Mm. Xulnk.
MInh (iolditic Pa iof i plobratcd hoi
thirteenth birthday rni'sdav evenlni;
with a dollKhtfnl pin' v at the homo of
et motlior In Wost i'lvln.
After tho iiohIh .inlved II was do
cldcd that the crow-! umilil Hist go to
tho Alrdomo and rnjov tho aliow.
Thoso eiijoyli-.i; Mils birthday cele
bration wore: Alls-" ti'-tifvn I.-ldlni?-ton.
Murl and .Ichsic DonlnH, .Mnrtha
Hrlsky, Pannle Howell, .Mnrutiuc and
Tholina HonKiin, (Jol.lii llunt'T, Nora
PondorsraHH, .IuphIc nnd Wlliim Mel
low After their letinn Mrs Pnrrot'e
home a social hour tins quickly spout
In playing sanies mul inatchliiK their
wIih In an iiiiiukIiii: cotitofit.
HefroHhinontH we e served nt 10:30
nnd the jlrls i-cHirm-d to their hoineK,
thankltiK their little IiomIchh for tho
In tho absciico oi the mlnliitor tho
Hanica-Phllathon l.i.-s ... the Ch; Is
tlan church look hnrito of the act-.
vIcch both inornlni; and ovonlni;. Th
IllOlIlltlc; HOI'VICO WIIB lll'VOtCll to llllH-
Hlonnr.v topics. A paper on iuIkrIouh
was mad by MIhk Dorothy OiiIckIii.
Special nitiriln was romlcreil hy Hit?
choir nnd moiiihoi'H or the cIiihh. Tho
ovoiiIiik horvlco wan iireHlded over by
Profcs.-oir Merafelder. who unvo a very
able addrosh on "Organization. These
iucctlnB hold the first Mtinday of
each month aro bccnnilns; quite pop
ulnr Tho Prlsollla Thimble club held IM
regular meettm; Monday at. the homo
of Mih W. 1). .Mellon In Kast C'lovls.
Several nieinliers reHpon.led at roll
call with new IduaK on lancy work.
Tho lt'Kular hckhIoii of twu hours oc
cupied most of the iiftcrnoon. .Mrs.
Deo Ciholson presided at the punch
bowl and later assisted tho hint ess
In ricrvliiK Hherbert and cake Tho
club inceis next wool; with Mn. .las.
l.ldlimton.. The mcniboiK proscnt
wore vvi-io MeHdaiiios fiflllln, Caisldy,
Sliiitleton, Kohl. Skidmorc, Sliauuon,
Dnffv, (iholson Jones, Ijink. and tho
Kticfds. McHilniiics Drake, I-'eiiKiiu,
iMi'H. MontKOinery of Pontiles and
Mits. (li-orKO Slniilotoii. Jr.. or Walnut,
Mrs hcoiia Morgan and Mrs Otis
Jones entertained several friends at
a ii o'clock diniiiv Thursday ovonltu;.
al the Antlers hotel, complimentary
lo Mih Blanche .Majors, C.nunl Ma
tron of the order or tho Kastorn Star
In Now Mexico and tho firaml Ada of
tho world. Other guests were Mrs.
Nannie Nelson, past grand matron
of tho state of Arkansas, Mrs Kstdlc
Kulilmuh, mm rou or the Keystone
Chapter; Dr. Dillon, past worthy pat
ron, nml Harry llowinan, worthy pat
ron; .Mr. Otis Jones and .Mr. John
Majors or An emu
.Mrs. s (i Van Allium was IiosIim.h
Saturday evoiilim at a very Informal
part, fciveis to a few friends on the
evo of her ilepmturo for the east 10
spend the etirh eart of tho summer.
Cauls were Itidtilitoil In until 10
o'clock when Mn hostess served IIkIii
A pleasant afternoon was spent by
tho mombi'is r the Whist club on
last Friday . with .Mrs. Chailes Dntfy.
at .Mrs. Huliltaan's flats mi North
Then- war a short business session,
in which all letnlls for the p.u
Klvcn by the club for Airs. Heed and
.Mrs. lllilenhoni wore arranged. A Ma
son of amusement with cards was fol
lowed b a Mirinl hour In which the
Kiiesta were reiiished with n ilollcloiu
Ice course The ladles present at thU
ineetliiK of the dull were: AIosdanieM
Shannon. Smli.ci. Heed, liliiileniihoni.
Nutter. Plxle . DulTy and Allss Call
ton. The (iiilhl of the (episcopal chincli
met Weilin Hihi'. al'tmiioon at the
liome or Mrs Dalton Heed Devotion
al exorcises occupied the first half
hour. A business meet lug followed,
and tlu rest ot tho afternoon was
spent In sowing mi articles of cloth
lug for the poor. Al a late hour
Mrs. Kocil served an Ico courso and
tho guild adjourned to incut next week
with Hie president, Airs. James Stalk
er, al her home on West tjiunde live
Mrs Hon Singleton entertained it
bridge Wednesday ariernoon compli
mentary to hei daughter, Alls. Oeorgo
Slnglclon, Jr. or Wnlnut, Kan., win
Is her guest this week. The party
was a ver formal society event and
iiiauy bountiful gowns wore worn bv
Hie guests. Ilrblgo was Indulged In
until lad In the ultoriioou when tho
hostess served an elegaul t wo-conrso
luncheon. Decorations of cut flower
were effect Ivelv used In each room
of the pretty home
Tho Friday Whist club gave lis an
nual parly Friday evening nt the
homo of Mrs M ) Carltmi In honor
of the two members making highest
score during the prod year. On lhl
occasion the houorees wore Mosilaiues
lleilenhorii and Heed. Ileaiilllul flor
ul ileiorallons wore nrrungeil In tho
reception and dining rooms. Tho
niembeiH of tin club Invited lliolr lius-
.iiibd to enjoy title festive occasion
o the club with thhein
Mrs (1 Hill Ooddnrd entertnliicd n
ntimbi'r of young ladle? at a thimble
party last Tuesday afternoon In
honor of Miss Ada Johnnton, who left
Thursday evening ror Pennsylvania.
Mrs. C. W Alnrrlnlt entertained a
large number of her frlond at cards
last Wednesday nftcriioon. Ah Is us
ual at the hospitable Marriott home,
everyone preneut had a thoroughly en.
Mrs O. CiiH Ooddnrd was the host
ess to about fifty of Silver City's uo-
cteiy folks Inst Friday afternoon. .Mil
itary euchre was played. Ireland rep
resented bv .Mesdaines llalin. Pinker-
ton. Ilett.i, Low, (Irubs and l.alzure,
won nrst prize, and .Spain, represent
ed by .Mi'sdames Schlff. CuliK-rton,
lllack, Itise, Hiatdn and White, won
Horry AleOray nnd Mrs May See-
lov wi-re marled In this city Wednes.
dav nfternonn nt the home of Air and
.Mrs. Wayne W Whltehlll. Judge W.
11. Newcomb performed the cere
mony In the presence of a few Inti
mate friends of the contracting pur
lins The hnnny couple left tin- name
evening for Detroit. Mich , whir
tbev will spend their Inuu vino ui a:
the forinei- bonn of Uie groom. Ilnth
the bride nnd gro--u al" well mul
favorably known throughout this oom
mtinlty. and they will hnv the best
wishes of their numerous friends.
Cpon their return to this point they
will nmke their home at Air. Ale
(raw's much, three miles oust of
Jacob llcnnett chapter, D. A. It.,
held it monthly insctlng on last
Saturdnv afternoon at the home of
Mrs. A I win X White. Quite a wood
ly number of the n.t inborn wito pres
ent Unutlne loudness was transaet-i-d
nml i discussion lind upon current
event.- Mrs. J. li Klnyon read a
niinib. .f extracts from the recent
article f Kugene At. lthodes In the
Saturdnv Kveiilng Post, in which be
strikes a number of telling blows for
the rights of New Mexico, which were
biifhlv enJov-ed by those present. At
E a g 1 e Columbian -Pioneer
The Milks of Quality
If You Use it Once, You Will Use it Always. Try n Can
Sold Bv All Grocers
entertained in honor or Miles Tnttlo.
Ir The house was beautifully decor
ated in .ut flowers I'livirs were laid
for twenty Promptly at o'.lock a
delicious four-course dinner was
nerved after which each guest was
pr tented with an American Hcnuiy
rose. Progressive heatts was th.t
game of the evening. In this Harry
AlcKlni won first prlr.c and Carl Saint
.'i..ia tlie consolation. Later In the
i-vnilnK music was furnlslied b Atlss,
.Marie Watson and Carl Sauiuleis. A
the guests departed alt expressed
themselves as llliVlllg spent a delight
ful i-i onlng.
Mc'llla Pari. tNiuple Weil.
on Widiieiiday morning. Alls Ala
bin Parks of llsike Vall.-y and James
Italpn Pi"' "f .Mustlla Park, were niiir
rled at Allss Parks' home lo Lake Mil
b). Itev Itorex of the Hniiilst . rturch
ot lis I'ruces ollli'latltlg,
AIIsh Parks has taught In the Alesll
la Park public schools for the past
two M'ars. and Is well known througli-
...H l til i.nrl of the Valley. Alt'. P'
Is laiioh superintendent for the Osour
Snow thousand ucie .ilfalfa raiicii
near Alesllla Park. He lm lived here!
most of his life, attendliiK th- Ami-
ciiltunil coIIskc for a nuniiier oi
ears and was sraduiiled from lhl
Itistttiittoit In lloiK. .Mr. and .Mrs. i.
T. Poo. parents of the groom, Win
Poe, brother, Air. and Airs. Oscar
Snow, cousins of the groom. Harry
and Joe Parks, brothers of the bride,
nml Allss C.lail.vi) Nosblt, all of tills
I Air. and Alr. Poe
to their new home
will soon return
near the Snow
place, attended the wedding In Uike
tlu conclusion of the business and so. jVolle.v
clnl program the hostesrt served light
Invitations have lu-i.-n Issued by the
Normal school for the commencement
exercises, which will take place dui
Itii, the next two weeks. Tlie begin
ning of these exercises was marked
last Friday In the field meet. The
Friday, .May 12 --Parlameiitary con
test. Normal hall, s p. in.
Friday, Ala in Annual literary
contest. Normal ball, S p. "in.
Sunday, .May 21 Itaecalaurente ad-
dress, "The Power of an Ideal, Itev.
J W. Sllnr, Normnl hall, 1 1 a. m.
.Monday, .May S! Siinlor play. Illks'
opera House, s p. m.
Tuesday, Alay 23 Graduating nx-
ci clues, Klks opera Iioums s p. in.
Weilnesdnv. May I Alumni bun
Man led In Iji- Crucc-.
j John D. Forbes of the American
Iteml, mid Allss Hut Daley of KI Pain
vvere married in this city on Alonday.
.May S. The young couple have gone
! to the lthode's ralltll Just east ij
; .Mount Seidell, where thy wtf. spend
n week or two, and later make their
: home nt the American ltsnd. where
I Air. Forbes Is engaged In funning.
Kiiti-rinlisnii'oi at Uaiieli llmuc
on Sunday, Dr. . I,. IllII and fain
tly entertained n few friends at their
lunch home, Hillsdale, Just north of
Dona Ana. Those present were .Mr.
and .Mrs. It. II. Situs mul .Mr and
I .Mrs T. French of this city.
, On Tuesday. .Mesdames 11. C New
berry, Sam Newberry, '. D. Casv and
John li. Stewart gave a dinner party
at the Newberry much at the Ameri
can Hand In honor of Air. and .Mrs.
John Forbes, who were recently mar
ried In this olty. About SO guests
. were present.
I On Thursday evening Airs. Frank
lliirke ami daughter. Hiltth, outer
tallied a few friends at dinner. Tboie
pre.nmt were .Mrs. D. Uneven Olid
.Misses Fern nnd l.uetha lteeves.
On Alonday evening the Christian
) Kndnivor society of the Presbyterian
; church gave a scripture part
and Airs. Tlmmiu; .Mitchell at the
sweet peas and I.a France roses ,anie. The evening was spent with
which were sent by the groom etc "., i music and games. Light refresh
Air. Turner Is a shoe merchant at ri frshmentH were served which were
Hed Oak and the cupl. will make , furnished by the Kndeavorers. Dui
tbelr home In that city. AIJss Mc-jing the evening Allss Fern Iteovos
Nally In a popular teacher In the Hos- and Alnurlco Alltch'dl rendered sec
well schools and In-r marring,, and eral piano selections, Allss Ktiith
departure will rob the schools of onoliiurke and U. It. Taylor sang solos,
of their best Instructor and the city and Allss Iva Inglerlitht gave several
of a young lady who hns made many ' readings,
ive. Airs Alkeson's subject was "An
iliut Artists" She diow a very
marked coinparlimi between the high
ly imaginative, warm-blooded Italians
and the mole practical Flemish.
.Mrs Keliiath gave sketches of the
best known French painters.
Airs ililli. i t s paper was mi the
great sculptor. Michael Augelo, the
painter, sitilptor ami aichltect, who
has ever been the popular Idol ot
artists Haphael of the Itoman nalniul,
wiin made tor himself an enviable
name ami place among the iinbil
ties. .Mrs. Atwood coifed the piogruin
with hlHtoile of Turner, the originat
or of water color painting, and Hey
Holds, tin portrait and liimlmu j
The annual sellout luitiirtiilnment
for the llhraiv fund was put on at
Allan's opera hmife on Friday nlgbl
to a packed house. The opeieita "A
Joke on the Toyntkei" was sung by
the pupils of the llrst Kiado ami made
big bit. one of the most amilsiiiR
numbers whs "The Topsoy-Turvey
drill nnd noiik by the pupils or the
third grmlo while (tie Oliorimn fiom
"The Little Tycoon" were well ten
dered by the hib sohool.
Prof. OHrrei tniide the fniiownm
unnountinnients fhr the oomlng week
County uratorloal contest, Allen's
opera house. Saturday, Alny H.
Ilacenlaor. at mlilrnss by Itev. It. C
Jackniu at tlm Prnsbytyrlun church,
Sundny. Aty tfi. olli P. ni.
('oinmeinetneiit OMiroIsvls, Allen's
pern unusi- lrlday night. Alny II'. The
BradustliiB class is composed of three
g:adunte. tin- Ailsses Connor and Hill
and Julius Pltiiit.
The ltov.il .VenKhbors gave nn en
teitalnincnt at the opera house last
night to a smalt house. The niim
iriMid. usiieehlllv the Old
.Maids' Te. Party nnd It. N. A. dull
oy tin- lant of the local lodge.
Allss .Matilda Thotopon. who f"
two years linn been In charge of ihe
primary department of tho l'nrinlng
ton school hits tendered her rnsli;
uatliiii to the school board and will
take up dull either In California or
.Minnesota hi the tall- Alls Thomp
son is a t ai-her of innrked abllltv
and will be mully nitasod In tlm
Mtiool work of Smi .lumi county as
well us tin Pnrmtiigtnn sohools.
Airs. It 11. AleNtilly gave an en
iiouutineiit imrty for lo-r daughter,
Allss Dorothy AlcN'ally, at their home
on Kast Fifth street Inst Saturday
afternoon to a score of yuuug lady
frl.-nds. There were two romance
provided io- the eiitertalnmuut of the
afternoon, 41 flower romance uud a
music I'liiiancf. With these ciiniii the
romance of Alls AlcNally. in which
her mnrrluKo to Air. It. II Turner of
Hid oak. Iowa, was announced to
occur sometime In June The an
nouncement was cleverly planned and
carried out, as was the entire parly,
and the young ladles bad a very In
teresting nfieruoomi. The AlcNally
home was beautifully decorated In
friends In the comparatively short
time she has lived here.
Allss AlcNally will be given a num
ber of pnrtlfH between now ami the
time of her mnirlnge The tlr.it will
be on next Saturday afternoon by
Airs. J. K. Hamilton, Ht her home at
"OH North Pennsylvania avontio.
Allss Ksthcr Duiilap, whose ap
proaching marriage to Air. Arthur
Small has been announced, will be
given n Jabot shower Thursday after
noon by .Mrs. O. If. 8mlth, at her
home at 711 North Pennsylvania ave
nue. The young people ot the Kplscopal
piuish of Si Andrew are planning a
dance for the young people of tho
ehur-b and their friends, to be held
smile time in the ncrir future. l-'nll
airaUKeiiii-niH have nut been made.
Airs Hoy . .ik ami Miss llael
Alook entertained at bridge Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Alook on North Kentucky avenue,
complimentary to Allss (.'arrle Fru
chey of .Marlon, linl Seven tables
were arrangrd for the game ami the
house was prettily decorated with thy
flowers of the season. In the games
Airs. Alary D. ("Jrahain made highest
score and was given a pair of silk
hose as first prize. Airs. Harry .In flu
won second honors and was given a
bar plu. Airs. Johnson of Kankakee
was given a pretty Jabot as a consola
tion' for the low score of the after
noon. An appropriate luncheon was
The P. K. O. Sisterhood celebrated
the anniversary of their orgaiilr.atlon
with a plenlu supper at the Country
club 011 Thursday of last week. Al
most Din entire membership drove out
in the afternoon and boat riding.
fancy work an;l other pleasant diver
sions were Indulged In until tlm com
mittee In charge summoned them to 11
bounteous repast, which was most
thoroughly enjoyed auild much mer
riment and slsteily banter, after
which the matrons lorgot their dig
nity nml nil Joined In the merriment
until lime to return to their homes,
The homo or Air. ami Airs, Al. F,
I.owrey was Ihe KCene of a pretty din
ner parly when their son Hymn wps
Those present were- Alcsilaines A
D. Ilrownlee, T. Mitchell, D. Hooves,
Patchett, I.yttonn, U. Taylor. .Misses
Kdlth Hurke, Lm and Leetha
Keoves, ltuth and Lima Ilrownlee,
Hethel Patchett, (Hady Nesblt, Iva
Htfilew right, Hertha Narvlll and sis
ter, Lytton Taylor. Hov. T. .Mitchell.
Patched, .Manrleo umi itnpbaol
One of the charming affairs
Week Was the .May day reception gl-nu
.Monday afternoon by .Mrs. .Mabel
Wirt. The house was beautifully
decorated In roses. Airs r F. Krb
greeted the gin-sts at the door, and
.MIS. .M. A. forhin Introduce, I III. mi
(to the receiving Hue IinrtV cotntiimed
of Mesdames Wirt. l-Yrrlitiau ami
Welton. Airs. Jordan showed the
gueslN to the dining room where Airs.
ohen. assisted by Allss Kllcn Cooper,
graciously served -delicious punch.
This loom was a scene ol grace and
beauty, the table was artistically
adorned, a lovely Alny pole of roses
in tlie center, and from these ribbons
were gracefully festooned to the
plates, where beautiful pink mid white
roses were placed.
A most delightful luncheon was
given by Airs. ICrm-st Jordan at Ar-
vllle Orchard last Saturday at 1
o'clock. Tho entertainment look the
form of a .Swedlug "walking party,"
and wos a unhiue and enlivening at-
ralr, providing constant variety and
change of neighbors for each course.
llesldi'H the idlest or honor there were
invited .Mesdames Welton. Ferrlnian
of Ohio, A. ('. Kelnath. Kelnath of
Portland, fire., tlllbert, Luklns,
AlatbiH, Schenck, Jackson. Ilnfiuard,
Cm-bin, Kiisscll, Kniiffmiiii. Krausa,
Krb. Cohen, ("lutes. V. 0. flalcs.
Schroeder, Scott, Hunter, Samson,
Clifford and Dr. Iliibbaril, .Misses Klin
Iluusllii and Anna Jones.
The Woman's club met with Mrs.
Keluntli at Hie studio Wednesday aft
ernoon. Twenty members answered
to mil call, each giving tint namn of
1111 ancient urtlsl. This was the scr
um! lesson 011 art ami lint commit!. o
uiade it liwili Interesting mid instruct-
A very pretty wedding wan solemn
l.ml here this morning when Atmt
cdoulN l.u Jan and Jose Al. Dlmas
'wore iiuitvit 111 marriage at iu
church of Saint Josoph, Hov. Father
Antonio lla-M-tt olllolallug. Tlm
bride was baiiil.tonudy gowned in
white aAtin mid cnrrled
The groom wore the
A wedding breakfast
at the home of the bride's parents
and later In the day a reception was
held to which over one hundred In
vitations had boon Issued and delic
ious refreshment were served. The
popular y-mng groom has been em
ployed a number of years with the
Santa Fe lallway as section foreman
The best wishes or tho entire, com
munity go with the young couple to
their new home.
Airs Kllcn F. Pratt or Uike Foicst,
Chicago. Is it guest of the Fred I.
The Thursday Afternoon club met
at the hnmi of Airs. W. Al. .McCoy.
The program follows Home econom
ics. Mrs. S M Kdwarils. inuslo, Airs
O. Itboades Dickens. .Mrs. W Al Ale
Coy. art. Allss Kmmu Dewey, civics,
.Mrs. Fred I. IllII
Airs. J. P Dunbivy and little sou
Spent Ihe Week olid al Slabstiles, the
home ot Juilue and Airs. Al. II. Fuller.
All and Ads. .1. W. Cnrbcit and
Allss tiladyr t'orbeti are spending a
1 few weeks al their cabin III llaliilicn
Airs. Isaac Fulton ami children are
camping at llaranca.
Airs. Lulu- Hay ami Airs. Agnes
lleiifro weic shopping In Albiitpier
Hue Tuesday While returning home
their horses rati away. Luckily noth
ing serfmis happened.
J (V Dobbs nml wife, and Air
Uenves and family returned from La
.1 tint tn. Colorado Sunday where they
were employed this winter.
Air. AlcAiuon went to AH'IKiuer
(pic the last of the 'week.
Airs. Jlelle .Stafford who has been
out putting in a large crop, has re
turned to .thun,uiTiuc.
Paul Tect'-rs returned from North
Carolina Saturday. His family will
come this rail.
Willis Klock was shopping In Al
The Ladles Aid society last night
held an Ice cream social here and tin
aitendaiice was excellent.
The "Von alul I" (dub, a pleasant
social organlM.tlon, met Thurmliiy
wild Airs Dnnlavy and whl.-d awav
a few pleasant hours with progi'i s
slve live hundred 1
r l -llh .! WlllA
' lilt lfff I'll.l.H. tfr.
l-i 1, Oil.