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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER t, 1911.
Tho epilogue of h closed drama
nnil tho prologue of an opining olio
nru tills month receiving on cqunl
share of attention by tha partici
pant In tho Inat scene ot a atory
that ho been more than two thou
and year In It narration.
With tlio passing ot December,
llll. tho dramatic career of New
Mexico na n territory li ended. With
tho advent of tho new year the cur
tain rlsca on a now drama of tho
conventional type, Now horoea and
iicrolnc will tread the board In tho
nccnen that aro to bo the brilliant
realisation of long cherished dreamt.
Yet, with all the joy attending tho
attainment of ambition, thero la In
thin epilogue period a qualm of re
fret tugging nt tho heartstrings of
leyul New Mexicans, A retrospective
glance over the scene enacted on
thin "one-lime playground of tho
godi" ohowa the prehistoric prologue
to the Juit endod drama to bo tho
tportlvo performance of tho uncouth
mounter of the deep, aucccedod by
bellowing anguish ot tortured vol
canoes whoso performance wa light
ed by tho lurid glow behind and be
neath tho ittage vetting. Following
the prologue when quiescence of Nu
turo'a turbulence permitted the ex
trance of human actor, and tha
stage swarmed with tho aborlKlnat
people whoso eslts and e4raee
were emphasised by warfare or per
iod of peace, the over-dreasing of
human Intercut and traditions tft ad
Venturo and valor was given to this
tho stage settings of a rugged scene
And ngalmit thla background tho
atmosphere uf romntico gleams.
Again In review pae tho picture ot
tho l'ueblo Indian wooing In tuneful
flute note the regard ot hi dusky
bride. Tho group of crow bearer
In Joiulilc gnrh essaying the conquest
or the painted deserts, mountain fait
ncMra and hearts of tho painted that
peopled them, the caravans of tha
'Sona ot tho llast" braving tha dnn
sjers ot the unknown In aearch of
gold nil pass In revlnw and atlr the
heart of the modern uctor who whirl
through the land ot "awful dls
tancca" In n flanln r'o flyer or above
the Jaded volcanoes In an airship, to
A sentiment of regret that New Mex
teo will no longer he distinguished
fur tho ylgorou heroism tit dnya of
yore. In a sense New Mexico will
lose her Identity, Merely now a
atato among forty-eight ot her kind.
Tttnl she will elect to bo tho under
study of tho atars forging to the
front In suffrage gowns Is tho ardent
h-tpe of at least halt ot tho cUlsett
shlp. Cim'mor nn& Mm. MIK IlrrcUe,
AiTiintg tho: rietittnV stata functions
that have trunplred beneath the
ro6f of the governor's mansion In
Santa Te, none have bien greater
soclnl successes or more brilliantly
ptensurablo than tho reception last
Mondny evening when flovcrnor Mills
and Mm. Mill tintcrtutlncd,
The function wna the social climax
of tha present administration nnil
marked an epochal dntn In New Mex
ico social annals, being the final
frstlvfly prior to the advent of tho
first stntn officials.
One hundred guests were present
to enjoy the cordial hospltullty of
the last territorial governor of New
Mexico. Ktantllng In the spacious
drawing room that was profusely
adorned In cut flowers, his excellency
nnd Mrs. Mills received the company
that represented tho aristocracy ot
the state. With tho gracious man
ner for which she Is famed, tha host
ess looked after the pleasure of tho
company, being assisted by n caterle
of society leaders. Thcau ladle su
pervised the dispensation of refresh
ments In the great dining room that
was a bower of fragrant beauty In
It dressing In pink and white carna
tions. During the conversational cx
changn classic mucto was discoursed
b- tho Morrison orchestra that con
tributed much to tho brilliancy ot
'Tho ladles assisting Mrs. Milts
werei Mea4amea McKlo, lkrgere,
Mrooks, Jaffa, Holls. Flsko. Among
ttt out-of-town gui'rt present wire;
Judge Abbott of Albuquerque, Judge
Wright and Mrs. Wright of Santa
How i Judge Mechem and Mrs. Me
chain of skK-orrtt, tho Misses Cun
ningham of Lm Venus and their
house guwrt, Mis Leo of Kansas
Club lMar nrst 8us.
Tho femininity at AlnwitHKoue was
at tho Woman's club yesterday utter
noon. An 1 via & departta la
gffwrtiy.gowMd sounds, the st
tendanta font a continual pro
evasion In afta ot tho eatmnco to
tho club k4M. Within, sounds of
feughtcr, hum f vekea ftad odor of
roeee prepared the vMtor while yot
on the portico for tho plelg ywturo
presented eft Mitring.
The holiday llrlt wn rMPnt In
the throng Mij sted forrtWy hy
tho tfeMW4). Great, hMy
hfMteh of MtatMo ndornwt Iks
clMMMIers, DMUitsI Mtd convenient
wait auaeM. The tables, burdened
with deliestlewsjaa, contortions, fancy
work, all wer dQh4 In clusters ot
rich red ronsn, the ftft ot Mrs, Ivm.
TO WftfMW KArlliY HMOffUfM,
VMt'VptMJUV I.V TKM MOtWtl.VM
mivm rmm now vtmu
OHHHfWtf, !WK WIMi OPVKK
daii.v m tmn mohx ism a item.
l.U mtjOM ON H O' THK VAKKHft
IIMPAimieWTM OV OUK WPOHK
In th refreshment room presided ovor
hy Mrs. Cams, the tables woro also
dressed In red rosea contrasting
brightly with the white Knew and sil
ver, Mrs. 8. . Keey and Mrs. A inn
do Cbaver poured as the guests wcro
served to a dainty eeltetton la this
The fancy work booth was Indeed
ft "thing ot beauty' In ensemblo and
In detail. Aprons, berlbbonod, em
broidered, pkttn were being handed
out to Christmas shoppera all after
noon, fJnrgcoua sofa pillows, embrold.
ercd towels, plncusltle, shopping
hsKi, In fact, ovftryttftig that fancy
and skill could devise seemed to bo
there. Mesriante AHHlle and Itnca
were In charge of thla booth.
Tho m aMi eWelted many
pralsefui censntetrts.' Knrttch coufoc
tlons, dlvlnHy, home rasao favorltvi,
cocoanut bails, vartowt hranik of can.
died sweets wore the delations horn
dispensed by Meadamea Wllkcrson
and Mann. The chMw tainting in
charge of Meedamos Kay, Kent and
WootoN was probably tho most pop
ular attraction of ttmbftsaar, Tho
treasures ot art acetalstod by the
art students during the year were In
eat demand. Mesdawea Tull, Iow
mr ntul Harry Strong attending to tho
twspwy or culinary predttcts wcro
httay as suamer all afternoon.
In fnct, rto on was Idle. The commit
tees worn ennanetl fa attending to tho
enatewiera thronnlag the rooms, and
theso In turn were engnged In greet
ln and chatting the while they sorted
their purchases. A most gratifying
nuccess, financially nnd socially was
tho voidlct ot tho club tnombora.
Tri Alpha Ihill.
A Trl Alpha function Is synony
mous with a triumph, soclully. Tho
annual ball last evening was no ex
ccptlon to the rule, but Instead
crowned tho hosts with new Inurcls
as entertainers. To convert tho great,
bare walls of the Klks' hall room Into
a glowing mara ot Trl Alphn colors
I In Itself i considerable feat. Yet
thla wan fairly accomplished In u
stylo of artless beauty nnd mnda tho
hull to fairly beam Trl Alpha cor
diality. The pllturs wcro festooned
In the red and black streamers nnd
from tho chnndcller depended tho
fraternity color. Tho wall were
bright with Trl Alpha pennant and
tht stremer crlss-crorslng overhead
across the entire length and breadth
of tho hall inad o tho placo n verit
able bower In red nn black. Tho
company for tho most part was
Orek. All tha arcek letter frater
nities and two sororities wcro pres
ent In full force The Wgnm TauW.
the Trl Alphn. tho I'M Mus and the
member In f 'the1 former ftlnmn
Kappa Heta sorority were there. The
gowns of the girls wero dream ot
beamy enhancing tho greater beauty
of. the wearers. In harmony with nil
tho uppolntments, tho program were
nifty, being monogrnmcd In emboss
ed silver letter of tho fraternity.
Tho danetog wn engaged In by sav
enty'young people, who tnrrled as
Into ur tho chnperonc permitted,
which was, In fact early In the very
early, hows. Official chaperone
fvaea Dr. Kurnlsh, Mrs. Cornish, Mr.
und Mrs. Clarke, I'rof. Connell.
Guest of the oventHg were Mr. and
Mra. Kidney Itosenwald nnd Mr. Curl
Davldsoa. The music was, ns many
girls" expressed It, "divine." Tho
Cnvannugh orchestra was at Its best
and tho selections had been chosen
by tho Trl Alpha committee specially
for tho occasion.
Mrs. Stern at Heme.
An artistically appointed, yet withal
unpretentious social fHnetleu was the
affair yesterday after anew when Mrs,
M. I Stern opened Ver handsome
homo to h tot or I of eennenlal friends.
Vie log wltn tho bHtr of fhtwera
wero a number of budding debutant,
who flitted prettily anent assisting in'
the entertainment of the company.
Pink was tho color setMMne developed
effectively in pink em-MtloBs.
Tea at Mrs. AMhwten's.
Twcnty-flve ladlea ef tho First !
list church were ureaent Thursday
afternoon to enjoy the regular socio)
tea uudor tho atMtM of the local
Missionary Circle of the church. Mrs,
u O. Anderson wna heateae on this'
pleasant occasion, that In addltlen to
enjoyment, afforded I net r net Ion. Thfl
program dtacuMton M "Afrtea" waa
participated In by sevaml ladles and
proved highly Intereetlng. Tho af
fair closed with the serving of a tie
lectnbki repast. The Hest affair 4na
nod by tho circle la to be In tho na
ture of n enlo ot bome.GMfcfd delica
cies which will be held Saturday, De
cember 1C. at tho A. J, Maloy atoro on
Mioilttaln for rHmt-lM,
A most nppreclatlvo audlonco
greeted tho cntartalnors who last
Sunday afternoon contributed their
talent und time to tho pleasure of tho
patient In tho Presbyterian sanitar
ium. Tho program tha second in tho
series sponsored by Mis A! Helk,
and which are planned to continue
iht intervals all winter. Tho next
program will bo rendered by another
MONDAY MORNING SPECIAL
SI Wemtn'i fine LS4TKIR XAUD 1AQI, mate of the fine&UMtitere, tvek m 1m1 Grain, Alligator, Walrus, tin
itMl aad ?atttit lUatlMr, in all ihapM, Some tery tla1ratcly tititi, YalaM fram fi.(M) to $20.00,
group of resident artists a week from
Heading by Mis Hasol Cog wero
Intensely enjoyed, Tht first selec
tion by Mliw Cox wn n narrative of
n collego escapade, provocatlx'o of
much mirth. The second number
wna Kipling's "On tho Itond to Man
dnlay," In which the reader lent to
tho rhyme of tho poet, tho musla of
a voice tenderly touching In Its ex
pression of homeslaknes for the
Orient. A rornet solo by Mr. Clyde
Cook was a gem, rxrolfcntly ren
dered, Miss I.ola Ncher sang two
selection In a way that delighted her
hrnrers, nnd David I.nne'a rich voice
wnn nt It brat In u nolo, 'Tho Merry
Krlnr,," followed by n second selec
tion equally enjoyable. A notable
contribution to tho program was tho
pin no solo by Mr. Mctsgtr, played
with tho command ot a. born planlste.
Mr. ami Mm, Kent to I term In.
Cards nro out for a function to bo
tendered by Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Kent
next Thursday evening, December H.
That this promises to bo tho affair
par excellence of tho month I ad
mitted by all who know tho worth
of tho Kent hospitality, and thoea In
vited are eagerly anticipating tho
event. Tho Masonic temple Is to bo
the scene or tho festivity, which will
bo featured by dancing and cards.
Odd Fellows' li nil wns nenln tho
arena of a gay solrco enjoyed Wednes
day owning by a score ot Thirty cltrb
member and their soul mates. An
usual tho Cavannugh-Fuhrmover or-
chnstrn Inspired tho gyrations describ
ed hy testlvo feet, nnd as usual at
tncie nappy functions, "an went mer
ry ns a martlnco hell," Y3icn one
dances one Is happy, nnd when ono
is environed by coterie or Intimates
belonging to tho snrne social clan ono
Is happier, nnd when to rythmic mel
ody, ono matches steps with ono't :n-
unity, ono la happiest. So for tln.ua
nnd other dlvur reasons each rlanco
of tho Thirty club Is Imppkst being
mndn up or runtimes romo or tliom
unclaimed, but novcrthrlcits. nffinltlos.
HIUrlniM Hay Hide.
Ot course It was hilarious. Who
aver heard of n hay ride that wus
not? Yet this one was more so. The
participants were the King's Daugh
ters of the I'resbytcrlan church nnd
the young men who coiutnntly shad
ow their movements. Tho company
assembled lust evening at the I'resby
tcrlan church and crowded Into n co
tonal rick drawn by four horse. Tho
Menaul school throe mllr north of
town was the destination. An Mrs.
Kasterduy was to bo tho official
chaperonu tho carry-all stopped at
tho Knstcrday home, where. Instead
of the Inily of tha house, Dr. Knit or
day Introduced a proxy to servo a
chaperone In Mr. Kasterdny's stead.
Tho now chnperono was veiled nnd
prim and mincing as n typical New
Knglnnd school teacher. The gay
spirit ot tho chaperoned drooped at
Mrst In Kwe.of the imposing lauy, tin
thtf'dteroverywas mode that tho pel'
tlcoated proxy was no no other than
Mr Charles Andrews. Then lillurliy
was restored. At tho Mennul home,
where n fervent welcomo awnltcd and
prodigious preparation had been
mndo by tho hostess for tho occa
sion, tho young coplc dlxporlcd
themselves in tin; uunnuoumeni or
youth enjoying tha good, old-fashioned
game. Tho hoste nnd the
McrMA. Mennul contrived manifold
ways and means to entertain their
guests und succeeded most admira
bly. Tho luncheon wna sumptuous,
also "scrumptious," nnd purtnken of
with keen relish. At 1 o'clock thla
morning tho revelers returned to
In tho party wero MUvc Alum
Hwnyne, Janot li tit. Ada Vaughn,
Kdnn McChcsnay, I'nullno Postel,
I'earl Wolklng, liulda, Wolknlg, Irmn
Wnlvlng. Kdlth Joyce, l.llllnn Ous
tsfson, Henrietta. Walking, Zoo Mo
Kendrlck, Joscphlno Wordy, draco
Mordy, McCrackeu, Nettle Custers,
Margucrlto Anson, Helen Ward,
lidelo Howell. Anna Odjard, llochfor,
Hlurdovant; Mcnsr. Hobert. Joyce,
Jonec Livingston. Keller, Kenwnrthy,
Itob-, Wolklng, ttalx, Andrews, Me
naul, Carl Mennul, John Menaul.
Lstire en Wagnsr.
Professor 81 Hhan Bdressed the atu
dents of the University during tho as
sembly hour Monday morning, his
theme helng an outline of and tribute
to the Ufe of Klehnrd Wagner, whoso
name has been Immortalised In his
miMteel eoni positions.
Heirlsnlng whli tho birth of Wngncr
In th city or Ulimlg. In 1813, the
pekr sKotched his varied career In
concise terms. Though bereft of his
father in larancy, Klchard Wagner
wm reared by n cultured, hlg-hearted
stepfather, Hlchard Ceyer, who roster-
Cd tho hoy a musical tniuni. ji ni
death the family was left In straight
ened circumstances, causing Wagner's
brothers and sister to tako up stago
life as a means of lUlllimxi. In thla
caeh ono was successful ned naturally
led tho young musician to study tho
ntrlca also. Ills dorotlon to maelo
latwforred materially with stud leu In
school and la mathematics Wanner
utterly mlled. I'oasossed of n shy, re
tiring nature, ho wm seldom found In
the company of men but preferred
feminine eocloty. Though continually
fn debt, Wagner did not concern him
self with business affairs to any ex
tent, but concentrated all efforts on
music, His ambition was to make tho
German theater retteet the national
life ot the Germans and hia opera
teem with si or lea nt German mythol
ogy. Wagner'g notablo recogBl
tlon ns n HUiKirter mnslclnit wpr his
npK)lntmenl to tho mro of conductor
of n largo orclicetf. rho remuneration
of which was m,! niarXa n year,
Subsequently ha hesnrno known ns n
coniposor, hut net MM niter his dentil
In itnly In DISS, wm ho accordod n
tithe or the regard he dwerves,
W. O. W. Hall,
All arrangement) have been com
pleted for tho blgi-nnnoni ball to bo
given by Albuquerque (amp No. 1,
Woodmen of tho World, on January
I, 1912 Tho W. O. W bait In tho
past ha ntwnyM been looked for
ward to with pleasure by tho danc
ing public because they linvo nlwny
been teh best of the stanou and tho
commlttco In charge this year will
keep up tho good reputation. Do
side good floor the best musla
(Kuhrmycr-Cnvnnaugh) nnd cour
teous management; light refresh
ment will bo served during tha
Concert at tne Elks.
At last tho aeries In thn IlodliAth
Lyceum enlorlnlnmcnt rourto is to bo
gin. Mvor slnco tho early aprlng when
In the years youth wq felt young,
music lovora hnva kxikod forwurd o
tho Hcrlcs tf Kedpnth entertnlnmonts.
And now whou the year Is old, and
tho stress of nnte-hollilny duties
makes us feel aging, thero Is noed
for thn rejuvenating exprlcncu, that
to tho muslcnlly Incrlnrd, only n high
cIam concert ran supply This treat
la to bo extended to local musicians,
Friday night, December IS, nt tho
open house. That the four Whitney
brothers aro reitular smgns Into tho
Victor phonograph records in In Itnclf
equivalent to a column of crodon'.lal.
And many volumes ef tho latter they
iinvo nmo. yot, Aimtqucrquo criticti
know tho company well nnd for that
reason anticipate their appearance
with Impntlanco. Meeidos singers nnd
Instrumentalists, the qiuirlct numbers
n master impersonator, and tho ver
satility of their talent Is said to bo
Mbrnrr Iteimrt for NinemlHT IBM.
Tho Lthhiry board met Mondny
evening, December 4th. Tho follow
Ing report was given by tho librarian-
The library wa open for tho
distribution ot bookn twenty-flvo days.
The number of books Issued was 2.450;
of theso 1.S9S were for adult render
nnd r.52 for Juveniles.
Many donations have been receiv
ed, but not publicly acknowledged.
Tho following porsmt have contrib
uted In this way. Mm Cnnstunco Ab
bott, 0 volumes! Mary I. McClovern, S
volumes; Mr. F. 1. Woy, IS volumes,
nnd Mr. l.ylo Abbott, 11 volumes; Mr.
A. II. Htroup, 0 volumes.
For tho benntlt and pleasure of tliu
school children of the eighth grado
15 or SO volumes nro placed In their
school mom. Tho teachers report
grcut Interest nmong tho pupils In
their two of hcso boons.
, Tho amount of mory reecived wns
tlfl.Jt. From nowflt.tlon. I9.SB; do
.osltf, 18.00; lines, 19.13.
No moro solemnly beautiful homo
wedding could bo Imagined than tho
nuptial scrvico Tuesday evening unit
ing the Uvea und names of Miss Kara
C. Maddux und Mr II. I. Mohu. Tho
homo ot tha brldo on Kant nvenuu
was tho sceno of the ceremony und
tho rooms wcro in gala dress for tho
event, being prottlly adorned with
choice rosea In whlto nnd pink.
Twenty-five friend representing the
Intlmnto associate of tho principals
ussuinbled to witness the matrimonial
rites nnd share In tho joy ot lio oc
casion. Mis Carolina .Strong pre
sided nt tho piano nnd heralded tho
entrance of thn bridal couplo by tho
rendition ot the Lohengrin wedding
march, nnd while tho Impressive ring
service was being rend hy Itov. C. O
Ilockmon, tho plnnlsto played softly
"Hearts nnd Flowerrf' nnd r Oh.
I'romUo Me." Tho bride wna becom
ingly uttlred In u rich whlto sjlk nnd
carried n bouquet or nrido a roaes. A
daintily appointed wedding luncheon
engaged tho attention or tho com
pany Uflur a season had been passed
In showering tho newly weds with
Tho brldo la n prominent lender In
tho social and spiritual life or tho
First Methodist church, and sever!
philanthropic organisation. Mr.
Mohn, n well known contractor, Is
one ot the progressive dtlxens build
ing up tho metropolis tho south
west. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mefcn left tha
same evening for HI Fo, where.
after n brief honeymoon visit, tlioV
will bo at homo to their friends at
South High street, after Decem
lewmlor Ten Party.
A goodly representation of Metho
dist ladle und tholr friends attended
tha anto-hollday tea Thursday after
noon at tho home of Mrs. t?. O. Deck
man. In harmony with tha Christ
ina spirit universally prevalent, tho
decorations were artistically arrang
ed, the colors being tha -Yuletldo red
nnd green. Huge rci carnation nnn
ropes of greenery nuginoMed the fur
nishings of thn pleasant roomn. A
profltnbln feature ot tho meeting wns
tho tablo of home cooked dainties
that was soon disposed of. A gay
afternoon T Certulnly. Mow cquld
It bo othcrwlso nnd be a gathering ot
C. W. II, M. M4ti.
Mrs. William, usilsted by
Useful Gifts for
Mother, for Sis
ter and for
Beautiful Christmas Gifts
Few seasons in our experience have brought out so many delight
fully dainty Novelties for home equipment as this Christmas sea
son. They are here for you to see, admire andjto purchase, if you
wish. The aim of this store is always to present Quality, Utility
and beauty in Furnishings for the home.
I'Mtl.Olt CAIIINHTH, In ma
hogany. Kxtrcmcly handsome
parlor pieces, In many design
HIIWINfl OAIUNI'TTS, In onk
finishes and mahogany, with
adjustable mirrors. A beautiful
ornament and u practical do
light to the men folks.
, KHWIXO tUIUNITTS, In oak
finishes, mission nnd mahogany,
with drop leaf, siiuaro and oc
tagonal, Will plenso mother
and thn girls.
ciiLtaitirrrrA wo nro
showing mnny designs In Ocllar
otles, nit now nnil classy. Homo
with hrn serving trnys, somo
with glass showing floral de
THE KAPPLE FURFJITERE CO.
Oontry, entertained the Indies of tho
( hrlstlnn Women'M Hoard of Mis
sion Thursday ufternoon. After tho
chief business of tho day, vis,, out
lining tho ycur's program for l'Jl".
was over, an adjourned meeting for
fun and refreshment scorned to
share Importance with tho business
Ionium Monday Morning,
The lecture nt the University dur
ing tha assembly hour next Monday
morning promises to bo exceptionally
interesting nod every one curing to
uttend wilt bo heartily welcomed on
this or uny uccnslou ot uucmbly lec
tures. I'rof. Clark will be tho
speaker nnd tho subject will bc
"I'tomulua und Lcuvoiuuines,"
llewjttloii for Xvw JlemlierH.
At n culled meeting of thn Iridic'
Aid society of tho (lold ami Ilroml
way church, la-Id Thursday ufter
noon, nrmtiKcmcnt were mndo for n
Yuletldo reception, The uffulr will
bo n courtesy to tho noiv'-lHumburs
who huvo Intoly como Into '.ch'urch
fellowship and ubm In honor of Mrs.
K. c. Mutlcr, u former vlco presi
dent of tho Aid society, who will re
turn from n year's ubsenco to reside
In this city. Thursday evening nftcr
Christmas Is tho tlmo decided on nnd
tho plnca Is to bo tho church. Com
mittees on dorom'ions, entertain
ment, reception m.d refreshment
wero appointed to urrungo tha de
tails of (ha most notable social tunc
Hon of tho church calcndur this
"Just For Fun."
An cnjoynblo evening was hold nt
tho Albiiqiiorquo lluslncss Collego
rooms Thursday evening when tho
'Must for Fun" club, composed ot stu
dents nnil faculty members and nlum
nl nf tho coliogo hold forth. Tho com
mittee In charge, consulting ot Myrtla
Tultln, (lllbort Ithodcs nnd Ororgo
Myor, nsslstod by Iho tifllcers of (ho
flub. Itiilph WJilloslilcs, Hlchard D.iv
In and Frnnecs ICrcnln, hnd nrrnngod
on Interesting nnd ontortnlnlng pro
grnni, nnd tho happy hours spoil mer
rily until lute Punch wna sorvod nnd
It Is snfo to say that tho rooms of
tho collego have never been so gay before.
signs undorneuth, plain glass,
und gluss over mnhognny. Th'so
arr attruetlug much attiintlon.
Tlililtl'HOXK TAIII.I-X. . A
hnndnmn and useful pleco for
the 'pbnne. Contains drnwor for
telophon book, pad, ponelt, etc.
Mndr in (mk nlul mission.
XHWSI'AlMCIt HACKH. Mndo
In all oak II n I lies. An Inexpen
sive and truly ornamental ar
ticle. KMOKKItS' SI7TS. Wo show
many dolgns. In many finishes.
In brass, nickel nnd sterling ash
trays am) clgnr nnd pipe holders.
There Is n wide rangu ot prices.
313-315 WEST CENTRAL,
Mr. nnd Airs. Jay Ilubbs have tho
past weok been entertaining Captain
(I. D. Fnrson nnd Mrs. Parsons who
nrcc en routo from their homo In
Wisconsin to tholr winter homo In
California. Captain Parsons is su
pervising ngont of tho fleet of piens
uro launches plylnc In tho famous
Wisconsin dolls, and up the larger
Htreums ndjolnlng. After n sojourn
with Mr. und Mrs, Ilubbs. tho Ar
sons continued tholr western Journey
Wcdncailuy ovenlng, planning to stop
over to bco tho "TItnu of Chasms" In
Mra. Ororgo Thonmn left tho first
of the week to visit relatives In To
poka nnd Abilene, Knti.
Mr. ami Mrs. Fnto lmvo returned
to their homo In this city niter uu no
senco nt three weeks opont in Chi
cago und Jollct, 111.
Tho toturn to Albuquerque ot Mr.
und Mrs, K. C. Hutlei is hailed with
dcllglit hy host of social und business
friends. Mr Hutlor wa formerly t.to
mannger or tho Southwestern Kief
trio Light company and wns last your
transferred to Colorado Having buen
again plncod In AlbiMiutrque, Mr. und
Mrs. llutlcr will arrive from Triuhlad
this ovenlng to tako up tholr runidciico
Mr nnd Mrs. o. N. Marron nro on
tortalnlng Mm. Mnrron's father. Mr.
It. Hallorun of California, who arrived
Thuridny ovoulng to ronmln till nflor
Air. and Airs. W. II, Seivcrt will
nrrive tho llrst of tho week trom tholr
termor homo In KasntaH, whom tlioy
woro colled by tho Illness nnd Vubse
rmeut death of Mr. Selvort's mntliur.
Tho Indies of tho Congrognllonni
Aid society held n meeting of tho ex
ecutive board yesterday nftemoon nt
tho home ot Mr. J. 0. Ilnldridge.
Miss (.conn Ijovy, n Denver hollo
who has (mptlvnlud not n it-w hearts,
mitRCulltio as well ns fnmtm-. during
her stay In Albuquerque, will leave
this evening for her homo In thr Colo
rado metropolis. Whilst sojourning In
this city, tho house ruojI of Mra Holg
frlod Uhlfeldor, Miss Iovy Mas tho
center of nuinoroiis functions occas
ioned by hor presence
Fathm; for Bro
ther and for
OL JsL Xsktetl
WOIIK IlAKKITrtt, in mis
sion nnd fumed oak, octagonal
and aqtinro, liwmatiy designs and
aUI TAMfcKS. .Tho lot
est In Card Tables, fold Into
small space, absolutely rigid.
Covered with felt or leather.
IXMyp HUSTS, In mission
nnd fumed oak, with Hpanlsli
leather pad. In several design
8IIOI3 (UfllH In mnny de
sKns. Useful nnd an ornament
to your room.
;trr tuass. our lino of cut
niasM i's extensive nnd of high
est grado. The price I very low
for the quality,
RED ROSE 10 BLOOM
AT 81 TONIGHT
Advance Sale Indicates Ono
of the Biggest Houses of
tho Season; Splendid Pro
duction. At last wo nro (o sno u real houiv
lido Ilroadwny musical comody mir
cess, when John C. Hsher iiroaontn
"Tho lud nana- nt tho Klkn' tliontvr
lonlglit, Tho production, which In thn
work ot Harry It. auri Hubert 11.
Smith, coma's horo direct fioin tho
niobo theater, Now York, with it no
tablo cas I, Including Stoo Harnett, Hid.
noy Iiruughton, Ollro Detip, Sydney
Do Orey, Oraco Kllsworth, Monottt
I'rasciuia, Morguerltu do Von nml
Jos. W. Stahilliul. The production has
het'ti 'staged by It. 11. Ilurnuidu, tho
noted stago director ot tho Now
York Hippodrome, ami tho dances
havo boon arranged hy Jr.ck Mason.
Jnlm c. I'lsher, tha noted producer of
"Klomdorn," "Tho Silver Sllptier.
"Snn Toy" nnd many other big music
nl succesAOH, Is In charge of tho pro
duatlon. With all theso noted peopl
niHOclntcrt with u production. It proui
Ises to be n real gem, ami Jmigim:
from I he unusually heavy udvaiic.
sale, thonter-goorH uro aware ot li
The curiam will rlo prunipil at
S'.ilO o'clock .
"I hnd been tnjuWi-d with nonnti
pntlon for two years and tried nil -t
tho lmst physicians In Ilrlstnl, 'IVnn
nnd they could do nothing rr m . '
writes Tho. 10. Williams, Mlddlt.i .
Ky. "Two paokHges of r'hniiii
Iain's Htomitch und I.lver Tin t, i
cured me " For sale by nil dent.
Vor the best saddle horses la th
cllay call phono No. 3. T. L. Trlmblo,
till North second Street.
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