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way to raise children In tho woman who never liad any.
ulthout (Irnt letting tilrt wife know.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1012,
Week's Review of Albuquerque Social Doings and Things That Interest Women-Folk
JUbtuinef mir f ti
Or Ttf E WEEic in
Roswell Honors Governor and
Tin' following '' OrinH- T. Hear,
pncloly editor of the UnHiVfll Iteiont.
will In- uf nimh Intcres' locull);
Tin- lirillliwit nml fashionable social
event ' of the fiilr week (incurred IiihI
night tit the nrntory when Hoswell's
fairest nml bravest illil honor to New
Mexico's ehlef executive. (loVernor
William t". McDonald, nml Mrs. Mc
I) ihl, Ailjulmit Hcni-ml lirooks,
Colonel CulltiiK. Hoi. J- 11. " Itlflty
nml Mr. anil Mrs. T. A. Spencer.
American Hags predominated In the
ileeoratlonH of the armory, with ureal
quantities of feriiH uiul palms, nml
musses of stalely American I leant V
The Htuge of the armorv wan g-r-gcouii
with ItH effective flag decora
tion ami banks of greenery. (Hi the
sluge sat Hip Imperial orchestra,
which furn'.slieil Inspiring music Mr
the evening's etiterlulntnent.
Tint. dlstluKUHlcOL nuests. with thi
hmg line of the receiving party, stood
illrectly In front of the stage, on
either side of thn singe was a flower
emliowereil pum h howl, oil the one
side presided over by Miss ltucknfcl
nw anil on the oilier liy Minx Jaffa.
I'ololiel Wilson of the N. M. M. I.,
the only resident men. tier of the nov
el nor'H Bluff. Inlroilueeil our town,.
people to the honored giii'ils.
After thn formnl reception, darning
began mill rontlnited until Hi n'duck.
II wan Indeed a rcHplenilctlt hall,
lltiei m' the L'lild t runnings of
IIih linlfurmcd members of Die gnv-
enior'H Hlnrr, the elaborate gowning
ol the vlHltlllU Indies ami the Hnswell
Indies mi well, and the sprinkling of
nii.il in full evenluu attire, all made
a brilliant and beautiful utile.
Theie win u law crowd out to do
honor to (he glad oeeaHlon. the rnnhi
floor and balcony win, Mlled will. In-
i.t.mi.iI sriiictuliim. and all who
l.iiiii.il thn Ineleliient weather felt
amnly rnpalil, for It wan a skillfull)
tiliiimxil mid executed affair, too
much credit for which cannot l
given Judge mul M in, o. A. Hlfhanl
nun ami In, nnd Mm. F. N. llrown.
M in McDonald, wife of the govern-
br. wuh iiiaKnlflcetitly gowned In rich,
blaek velvet, miidu en train, and slit)
curried gruat American lieaiilles.
MrM. O'lllellV WllH nil elegant flgtlrtt
In black velvet, with nrilslli touched
of while. Mm. O'ltlelly iiIho carrhd
Ameilcall Hull Illy roses.
Mm. T. A. Hponcer. daiiKhler of
flovernor and Mm. McDonald, woro
linn inlni-'lv a nltik Hiitln itown v.ith
tunic of while trimmed with cryntnlH,
Her hair wan worn low and held with
a JlllletTlip of iced pearlH.
The unwn worn by Mm. lUrhnnlnon
wife, of th chairman of the reception
committee. wu of UreHilen fhlffnn
niitln. with train and white lace, d.-np
erv Hint foil urncefully from tho
Mm, r. N. llrown, w1f of tho prn-
Ident of tho folr UMoclatlon, wore "n
ixiiulfllto soft white menBiillne, velleil
In whltn chiffon.
Mm. Nathan Jnffa wiib robed In n
bemttlful gown fashioned of pale blue
rutin with tunic of cryntnlH.
Weddings Past and to Come.
Another ono of Albuquerque'
Donulur glrli nuccumbed to Cupld'd ar
rowii this week. Mhm Holen Ward'
daiiKhtor of Mr. untl Mm. Ifoinr
Wnrd. wan. murrlod Tueaduy nftor
noon nt 4 o'clock nt tho Ward homo
on North Third twrt, tu thu Hov. Mr,
Hhlmer of Bant a .
Mrs. Bhimor, who porBeR moro
thnn ordlfldry lirnuty, wnn u beautiful
brldo. bicomlnaly gownml In whlto
crepe tlft oheho.
IIh Dltlmnv ,nM fnrm.rllf
JltTV. ,.,. ,,ii, n"MO
ntudf-nt of (h unlvcrtnty In this city
nml has mode mnny frlimils durlnu
his stay In New Mexico. Mm. Hhlmer
has been connected with tho choir of
tho I'rosbytorlnn church In this olty
and has scares of friends who will
regret her doparture whllo extending
Immediately after thf service
weddiner- lunohs'on was served after
which ItoVi ttJid! Mrs. Bhlmer left for
Haton to uttend the Methodist con
feronce. ThrV Will reside in Ssnta
Those preset at the wedding were;
Hsv, nd Ml ugh A. Cooper, nv.
ana Mrs, JohH K, OsM v. and Mrs.
ami Mm. Homer Ward. MIrfch oe
Mi Ki-iulrlk, Killth Jiocc and Hen
Next TucHdny nt high noon, will oc
cur the wedding of Miss Juatilta l-.mi-kin
daughter of Mr. ami Mm. Dn'i X.
1 1 it n U 1 M of North Hecond Btroet. to Mr.
Howard I arker of Mudlxnn. WIh., the
marrliiKe to take place at tho home
of the hrlde'a purmlH. MIhh Itunklu
1h well known In Albuquerque ami bun
BcorcH of rrlencJH who win n-Kri-i 10
know that Hhe ami hur huHbaud are
KiiIiik to make their home In the Win-
Among; the Clubs.
The Loyola Literary Boclelv of the
. Vincent's academy held their Ini
tial liinducBH meetliiK ami elected the
iillnu Iiik offlcem:
1'renldent. MIbh (lrace McDcrmott:
vice iireKl'U'iit, MIhm Ilurbara llarrlH;
treaioirer, MIbb llertlui Turner; Bccru-
lm, MIbn Charlotte nrlxner. Ulnar-
limn. MIhh ratherlne (llbbllix, Mlsx
MIh.-i.m (iraco Mcllermoll, I'.lianor
Vnuubev, Aline HraidlvoKel, lluHclllia
CMplimxa. Itertha Turner. Il.ii'luiia
I In rriH. uutli Simpler, Marie IIikkiiih,
ranccH Mnipli., ltoxalle With. Il.i.cl
lllrkH. l-'lurelice 1)111111, lllallche Itub
TtH, Itath I'alton, Cecilia Murpliv.
Illlin VrlHitrrl. Catherine (IIIiMiim,
'arrle Si litnt.lt. UIik1h Kcll.v, Marie
llallltiK, Mary Homero, Viola lliiuna,
lula TliiiinpBiin, Catherine Kelchei,
riii-lma Snu it. I'mela llalllim, Marv
Spi'lmter, Anita Carcla, Alice llaca,
Itemliicllii I. linn, Mario Homero, IIch-
nle llrwiimii, rrnnccM Montoya, loin-
Oraci) Mcnermott, Ilarbara llarrlH,
llertha Turner, tatherlnu fllbbliiH,
Carrie Schmidt. Mleanorn VuuKhey.
Frances Murphy, .ollna Howell, Char
Governor and Mrs. McDonald, City's Fair
Week Guests, to be Feted; All Ready
for the Montezuma Ball
of course week Is
the big bOeJfly W nek of
The HrldRc club will priHtpone
iiiccllni; on account ol Hid fair.
goltlK to be
thu year In
AlbuquurqUd&inu" 'hu Hoclcty editor Is
pn uarliiK tovTspend u HirvnumiM hK
iluyH to hce that none of the tiuu
muh society folk eKcapi! being chiiuil
elcil. The prenelieu III the clt ot
(loveruor and Mm. McHouald not
to mention the Muntc7.umu I'. ill at
which they will be honor gucHta
will alone Htlmulato Buclal actuitv re
markably. Mr. and Mm. Mclnuiahl
arc K'llliK to be well eutei tallied frnljl
all accouiitB. TlleHilay a liilicheoli
will he given for the "lirxt lad) ul thu
Mtate" at thu AUurado b MiKilunieH
II II. Kciguboii, Ihiiae llaith. and
U. N. Mm run, ami liumeitl.itely after
ward the parly will leave for the lair
gruumlM It will cuiiHlNt or McmiIuiiich
KurgUHfou,' Hat Hi and .Miirruii. LoiiIh
lllclil. H. K. II. Selli-m, David lto.sa
Uoytl, SiimmerH Mm Limit and J. it.
In the eviulni; one of the really
brilliant intuitu of the week occur at
the liiitne nf Col. ami Mm. J. it.
0'ltli'll, complimentary lo the gov
ernor ami li 1-4 wile, lor which iiic 101-
luu Inn Invitation Iiiih been IkhiiciI:
Mr. ami Mm. Joseph, Henry
I'lilcllv. at hnine. Tuesday, iictobcr
X, )i:U0 lo 1 It : ;tll p. la., lo meei Jitv-
rnor and Mtk. .McDonald.
I'repiiralloliH for the KorKeoiiH Moll-
ti'ziiniii ball I'rlilay night at the Al
vurado are going jnrwnrd apace mid
thure In every reiifion to believe that
It will he the innxt brllllunl hIiicu
tho Monte.unia ball vviih IItmI III-
llllKlirated. The big hotel will be alila.i
wllh the uatlunal colum. with gleen
erv mid fliivveiH anil .Malinger
for l'lainvlow, Totng, where ho win
iitiiinl a county fnlr. Ho will icttirn
i ti im. for tho fnlr here.
Mm. A. 11. Sloan of Hooky Kuril.
ii. Is visiting her kIbIiuh, Mis. K.
W. Dobson and Mm. II W. I). Hiyan
r this city.
Mr. nnd Mm. Wlllurd Perklnti re-
turned to their hoiiiK In Albimiierqiio
tho inlililln of tho week Mm. Per
kins was funnel ly Mlsii lleatrlce
ttlelght, one of lite popular teneheia of
tho ilrst ward.
Miss I.iur.i P.uU i.r Silver Clly was
tho Kin Hi during the Week of Mm.
J. W. Parker ,f lir. .South Arno
Htreti M it Path vviih en route from
California to lor home Hi Silver Cllv.
Good Nature is Foundation of Popularity
in SocietyTry It and See for Yourself
Mm. A. It, Mc.Mlllcii was IiohIcbh at
(he Initial meeting of Hi,, Tuesday
club. Tim Xollowing progrmu vviih
Adilri-HB by Dip president. Mm. M.
Current Kvetits. Mm. A. II. McMII
clan study, Mrs. chrlHty.
.Science Vcmn.i Art A'lipllcail'iii.
(I) What lliiCH Science expect Art
to bring forth"
Can tho language of Art no
art explicit as. the language of icl, ncr
Cti Win, t Is the main ohlc t ol
ti How may growth In the Art
i calm he determined?
Noti- All true Art liiBtrucllon miiHt
relate Hie pupil to his Hiirrotiudiugs
Tho Laughters of tho American
(evolution met last Saturday with
Mm. Hernard S. Itmlcy for tho lllMt
time till si'iihoii.
An encouraging report wn given on
thu children's room at tho public li
brary. Two of the Campllm girls,
have earned ami presented three dol
lars to the l.lillcM for the liclicllt of tile
Mrs. Mabel Stevens Illmoe was ap
pointed chairman of the program
committee with Mrs. A. II. McMillan"
and Miss L'thcl Hlckey assisting.
Tho nuxlllnry of the Ilallvvny Mall
association was very pleasantly enIT
tallied n. the home of Mm. Huyo Al-
bem. fiOK North Second street, 'lues
dnv afternoon. Mm. Album mid Mrs-.
Harry P .-bin were appoinieii a com
mitten to eollteft recelptM to be sunt to
tho niitlonul auxiliary, which is got
line out a very lino book on tho citl
Inury art. The ladles are planning tin
entertainment to be given In curly
"Norway" will b the litibjert of thn
Mlercolos club next week, ami Mrs,
vVllllam Allen will he hostess.
Tho Thirty club hold their usual hi
monthly Jollification nt Odd Fellows'
Turnp.o Wednesday night. Those
pronont wero Misses IJucon. Kelohcr,
Uugpnla Kolehcr. Elnnor Vuughey,
Julia Kfilehcr, llernlco Jlcsselden,
Mary McKlo, Watklns, Rchnehan, Jean
Hubbs, Huo Dobson, 'Huth Hlinpter,
Treftonborg and Mr. and Mrs. John
McKeo; Messrs Wuha John Tlernoy,
Chas. Ktins, Chns. Uimbko, Ohus.
Btrome, Hoy Btromo, Walton, Vogt.
Farnan, Hush, Italpli Koloher, Will
White, Junior O'HIully, Tom Nitylon,
Hutchinson nnd Will McMillan,
Smlthem, Mr. Hchwel.-r and the coin-
uiiileci are making an etra effort to
bleak a few records In thm ilnu tins
ear, while thu band music lor the
mincers will be the most excellent
available. The gowm. I am reliably
lliloriiied will bo solo. 'thing iliizzllng
In their gayely mid le w lldciing In
I heir variety and the M eiie ofbeau
llful lailliN and gallnut men men at
halls are always gall.iiit will be ouu
long to be rcincnil d. Those who
ale busy Willi the preparations for
the great event are:
Arrangement ami Hall Committee:
II. ii. Jul ta. geiierul chairman; K.
Land .III. chairman of the floor
committee: .1. II. ici;.y. reception;
M. I,. Stern, enteit.itument; T. .1.
The ilirr,ieiit ooininlitciM are:
l'loor i:. I .ii ii ilt l 1 1, ehalriiiau; Ju-
Huh Stiuili and 1. II. Koch.
Program T. Naliu, - chairman;
l-'rank C. Pooler and Dr. .1. W.
Iteccplliin J. II. fi'ltlelly. II.
Kent, A. It. McUnffcj'. .Sydney llosen-
wald. I is lllclil, I'eltx l.esler, (I. A.
Mutton, .1. i:. SiuiiheiH, Herman
Sehvi'ly.er, John Stein of Kast Las Ve
gas, Aithur Scllgman of Sanla t'e.
Powell Stac khoiiHc, San Antonio;
Jidlll HecLer, Jr.. of Helen; Dr. Volney
S. Cbcuev of Wlllurd; tlcergu A.
Plcmlug ol Las Vegas; Nathan Jaffa
ot Hi.Mvvcll; S. Klnrxhclm of Springer.
II. D. Ilowiuaii of Las Cruces; C. N.
Illackvvell ul Hilton; II. It. I'erguss
D. A. Mcpherson, o. N. Marion,
J. II. Ilermlon and HHrnurd llfehl.
I'hiiertalnuieut M. I.. Stern, John
I CI. il I.e. Ivan Orunstcld. Kl'ahli
McKee, Max NolilllallS, llall'V Weill. 'I
Sum Pliiiiird. Dr. II. .1. Alger anil
II. II. Ilelllllg.
The Dirictolrf. foul will he ex
tremely populat dining Hie cuinliiK
iieasoii. Homo ef the inodelH have ti
Hating oat ami oihern me close fit-
ling; but there Mi nis lo he no ilolini
that both cmitH ind skills will show
declilidlv more l (illness lllls season,
Itbiiiigh tin- slll.iiuette will remain
liiacllcallv unchali.p'il. Ill the slillia
these tins,', long lines lire ndhl'cctl lo.
breaking away I mm the
Hue Is noticeable In a
sklrlH which show a full-
lint' mi i.hlaliieil by using
nleillH at the side set III a
American Woman is Now Most
Prominent Figure in England
On account of tho fnlr tho Quoen
Ksther club hns postponod Its meeting
a week. .
Various Sooial Doings.
Miss Juanlta Rankin entertained
fohr table ot card Tuesday, com
plimenting Miss Marguerite McMlllen
of tfnntas city. The house was
prettily decoratedvlth carnations and
The Y. W. C. A.
Is planning a i
given en the 7th
It no doubt given all true Auierlcaiui
thrill O' pleasure when we hear
that the Individual who occupies tho
most spectacular place, not only in
London, Ijut throughout Hie Dulled
Kingdom, this season Ih ii woman
mul nu American woman at thai.
Sho hi Mrs. (leorge CoruvvalllH West,
better known to New York at all
events, even after the dozen years
which have elapsed since her second
marriage us Lady Itandolph
It was "Shakci.pearc'H Kngiunil."
the great exhibition at llurl.-'s coiirl,
which has given thin daughter of New
York lllte precedence over the duchess
or tho countess anil the rich tltlcil
women who make r.nmlnu society
whut It Is.
This Is an It should he for Mm.
Cornvvallls West has iniiile "Shaken
In the ground, of Dm exhibition or
In tho offlco set apart for her use
there, Mm. West may be constantly
sern nmld the ICIIzuhcthlau environ
ment In which she finds her chlel
delight. Her drawing mom has been
as much a place or work as her li
brary. "I have been working on 1V
Hhaknnpeure scheme lor Hie last
twe've months," sayH Mrs. West.
"lOlgiit hours a day, to say nothing of.
sevornl at night, has been my lot for
tho past year."
Madame Harah llernfinrilt will rele
bruto her sixty-ninth birthday In
London oil October I'll. The event Is
to bo mtulc the occasion of a national
tribute by the Hrlllsn people to tho
great French urtrcss.
The Missionary society of tho Cen
tral nvemiii 'Methodist church met
Mondny at thn homo of Mrs. Jeff Hob.
erts, 009 Mouth Walter street,
Tito subject fur tho nfturnonn wns
"Tho Dullmiuunt Child," with Mrs.
Mlnnla as loadcY. , Mcsdames Thaxton,
aearlnc and Allison guvo short talks
Oil tho subject. Tho amount or the
Froo Will offering wits .very liberal
and thirty-two dollars wns taken In
from tho oiIb nf riijs. Tho rugs wero
mode from tho carpet of tho church
and tho Indies are congratulating
thnmsolves on their llnnnclal success.
Tho Missionary society of tho Chris
tian church held Its monthly mooting
At the homo 0f Mrs. Wear. Tho ladles
made Up a Christmas uox to no sum
to the Philippine Islands.
. Mrs. Mary E. Wiles of Uatesvllle,
'Arkansas. I' visiting lier daughters,
jtfr. John titrumqulst and Mrs. Keith.
' MlM rSeatrlce Tasohor, trhd has
Miiibiine liernh .nlt'ii first appear
ance in Prune at Hie Theater Km 11
calii lllly yi.iD ago. Tbciio
years will malic ,1 golden bonk
lb,. s(oi ol the 1I1, una Is wholly
Her lirsl app. .r.iiiee wan made In
Loudon ul the ,,1.1 tlulcty theater In
June, 1S7H 1 1 1 1 1 1 years ago and
she Ii.'ih giiivvii in favor every year
Madame Mcr11h.11 li him iidorneil I lit
stage for hall nMiry mid nolhlm
that she has ton. In d Iiiih not ovvuei
Us glory to the 11, .all.' of her gilts, tin
sympathy of a m.iguclh: peisouallly
ami her lucomp u ible a 11.
The Prince ..1 Wales will take up
his lesldei iim .11 under graduate ol
Magdalen colli g. oxford, III the ap
prinilllig lei'iu. iim college will 11
asemble nficr He lung vacation 011
the Prince of
daughter of Hie
dining the visit
and probal.lv 1
Inr In I'higlmnl.
ness at .the
It In a mistake lo Imagine that only
a beauty or an extremely fashionable
gill can be popular at parties. It Is
all obi adage l tin : "fluo feathers make
film hlnls." et everyimo will agree
that the fcathei.; eaunnt mnko or mnr
a girl's magiiiilsm, her winsome man
ner or taking was. Whllo spangles
ami Jewels do their share toward ell
haiaiiiK a prettv costume, nine times
out of leu It is the sweet girl wearing
thu simple while frock and the white
rosebud lucked carelessly In her hair
who limits the 1, littlest to thu young
The popular girt distributes her
smiles and has a pleasant word fur
nil who uppto.uii her. She distributes
her vvll and rep.nie,. wit limit showing
partiality. And she Is wise enough
to not lay 1 In 1 in i, even tho young
iiiiiii who escorts her.
She proves that she Is i genial com
rade bv allowing him to dance or
flirt with the rest of the girls us much
as he lines ami biiovvi no jealousy.
(lood ii'ilure Is the real foundulluti
uf popularity. ,
Tho popular girl exerts herself to
make the girls feel as sho does
tti.it she Is having the lime of her
Hie If thu punch happens lo la
spilled ton her choicest fan by hri
awkward escort, nho pusses It ptC
with 11 merry luugh.
Tho popular girl nt parties If Jusc
n sensible, unaffected girl, who goes
for 11 happy evening and has It. She.
Is a girl among girls, always roady.
with i pleasant word or helpful eug4
gefitlon. Hur proxenco In somohovn
llko u ray of suiishluu In a room, flha
radiates her Joyuusnoss, and everyone
who comes In contact with her seems
to Imbibe It. If there In any llttlo
mishap connected with thu affair tho
popular girl never appears tu notleo
It. For this sho often has tho silent
prayers of her hostess. If sho Ih tho
mm to gtvo thu party, her first and
foremost thought Is to bring together
only those who uro cungenlul.
Tint popular girl refrains above nil
thliiKH from that deplorable trait--gossiping.
Sho does nut listen to a
talu from 0110 friend mul whisper It
Them Is no royal road to what Is
called popularity. All nice, vvoll
mauuered girls may attain this If
they give heed to their own pleasant
peisouallly. Humanity, after all, Is
ono largo family. Kvoryono feels tho
spirit of mirth and good feeling by
which slie In surrounded.
1. it the marring., of
A .ties with the eldest
i Is to ho discussed
..1 M. Huunofl', in not
1 lie muriiagii might
...iid tie very popu
toil It would not llle
vviih much iip.i..val In Hussla. I
the event .l tie death of tho young
Tsareviteh a v 1 v determined effort
Would be III. 1. 1.' to put. the (llnlol
Duchess nig.i on Din throne and to
Ignoie the 1 1,1 it us uf tho next legal
heir. Huch an attempt would, of
course, be linpoMlhla In tho event of
such 11 marring.', and ho, while wo uro
welcomed to Hie tlrand Duchess Ta
liana, popular feeling In Hussla Ih
against a "guar' marriage for their
be'oved (Iriiiul Duchess Olga
left the hist of tho week for her liornu
Mr. Thomas Dunnhy, manager for
thu Putney Wholesale company, loft
Wednesday night for his old homo In
Canton, New York for mi extended
visit with his parents. Ills wlfn mul
baby aro spending tho winter oil the
Nearlv every si. 111 embodies tho
iminlcr drapery In stuue vvuy. Hniuu
are ilrapeii III scam nuns, vviuie mucin
t.r verv soft, thin material, Including
lite i lilffniis mul lifts. Iiuve Ihn drupe-
ry laid mi In fill pleats or rows of
slllrrllil! at the waist line. There Is a
tendency to cling to the hlghwurslcii
giirmeuts. ulihniigh the normal waist
line us to be i oinlllK lllto Its own
again. Tin- Dlrecloire coal is aiieu
In iniiliv ways. Some show tile mgll
ualsl line, oilier- are cut uwav very
harply, and ntln r- Iiuve 11 very hinatl
tiiici.. sciiil-f III Inc. mid ending 111 u
deep curved line.
Some nf the new afternoon dresses
show pleatlngs b.-nealh polonaise ei-
feels, and they enipliasl.e the Jiipall
mile. They lire muile ul rich
brocades, inelal laces, epingte aim
White nut In lulls are verv siiuirt
Thi.v 1110 Dimmed With Hut rows 01
black velvet or aigrettes.
Fancy Coals la Minority.
Pur coala are mi view In nil (he fa
11 1 1 1 tu 1- tiliip. -n nf last season, mil
ailinlig the Imp. .lie. I nu ul. in III. lie are
no mc new things, mul probably us th
season advances (here will he many
others, line hears a g I ileal about
exiieiimi'iils with half length 1 111
coats and I in I. ion and Ttiisiduii ami
Dlreelolie cuts, utter all the faiiellul
fur coats tan only he Indulged in i.v
Hie lew. The average woman who
spends money for 11 good fur coal
wulitii noiiielhlllg thai will lie servi
able lor many seasniis i.nil buys con
si'ivntiv, Iv III coUseiUelu "'.
Mol kill, which heeuine olio of Hie
tu,.-1 popular conl Iiiih lasl winter.
M . nr. ben. led for unolher HUCCi'Sltflll
mi n. ami Ihoiie who bought fear-
log the till' might he merely the lad
ot a Mingle season will have reiison to
1 ,,iii;i..iuj.le thcmsi'lv'CM, Mule Is to
I..- v iv popular lor small fins, loo.
an. I Inl- 1.1 arts tr Hie enveloping kind
tb.it inn baldly hi' classed as "small."
Long draped cats of film caracul
are numerous, tin- tliupi-ry biilmf dis
posed In lung dinging Hues, mnr,
thanks to the suppleness, of the fur.
having no hint ol awkwardness. Pure
white ermine eollais ale liked for
these black fur emits nnd they often
me small miairs milium ittvit) jm.
11 ill tic fr tho t Intuit or 1 losing
quite to Hie base of Hie lUHMlL
Tin- long sepaniie coat or fur for
lale fall and wlrtter will ho the Wi
Inch type or longer. Side fastenings,
deep collars and n-veis and Hie ih-, p
curr-i will be evblili'. The use of
eiiulrastliig furs Is exemplified hi
neai ly every model shown by the lead
ing furriers of Pmjs. ami the Joining
,,1 ili, fur Is mini,' si. as to give a
Miipeil effect. This Is paiilculmiy
atiruiilvo In moleskin.
Tim Hull Mnosu lint.
New York Ushered III yesterd.iv
with tally lull millinery models was
the hull moose lllll. U IS U1U I ITS'.
political campaign mil lor womun on
record, and Is a small, Jaunty affair,
with a lolling brim. H Is round and
most, filling. The model would nut
alone attract attention, but thu nam
ing reil haiidana coveiing ami -.nu nig
brown mouKii head, striking a perky
angle on the right hum! side, is e.ii-
diluted to win votes. large inuu.i
photograph or Color! Knusuvnll N
with thu moose bend nr decoration.
"Did fashioned suffragists wli 1
hold up their hanils because wo have
Julnud the Progressive party huvu
predicted tho iilllauco wil full, and vvc
want lo provo to them that 'our hut Is
In the ring." explained Miss Mary
Donnelly yesterday. "Wo uro having
several thousand hats mnilo up fur
if nig puraim
Cards-How Many Know Where They
Came From? Here's the "Dope"
Whel-o plitvlllg curds
tumblers. From them dlfforont
signs woro mudo until finally wo have;
a combination "nf tho French, Itallam
norma 11 and Khgllsli nrnkon In oua
llllStl'SSCS I. ImVV
orlgluati .1 .'
1 11 1 tls r..i iiinviiig games of eliauco
are of the in. ...l ieni.it. niilluultv and I
of almost universal usage. Tho first hearts, diamonds, clubs and epades.
lrace of tin m dates buck tu tho tlino j Thu court cards of tho early packl
woro King, chevalier ana xnavo. 'in a
of Joseph nml Ibe Chnseli Pcolilt . Tho
first it ill lii-ii 1 1 - l.nnwieilgo we have,
how ever, comes fruiii thn Chinese,
vvhii ure generally credited with thu
liivenlliiu tit plnvliiK cards ahuut 111!0
A. D. The Invention of cards Is also
assigned to the Kgvptlans, Arabs,
(lermmis, Spaulaitls and French, hut
on grounds uf varying feebleness. Thn
prcsiimpllnii Is, however, In favor of
ill.. Asliillc uiiglti.
The eutilesl unqtlcstlunahlct meli-
tluii of a dlfltliii'l seiies of'plnyhiir
cards Is from the treasurer or tho
household of 1 'I111 lien VI. of France.
The safe conclusion with regard to
the lull... In. ilon nf curds Is Unit, ul
tin nigh tlicv mny have been known
lo a few pelsollH III F.urope n bull I tint
nil. Idle of (be fourteenth century Ihev
ilbl not .'..in.- Into general use till
ale. ul Hie lust of tho century, mid
thai whence they Were brought has
mil been ascertained.
Snim utter this cards becunin or
universal usage and very popular.
'I bin Is shuwii by an fillet of tint pro
vost of Palis In i:i '.17 liiiiildillng thu
pint lag of cards bv Hie working peo
ple 011 working tlnjH. A llttlo later
Hie making of cards I.e. nine a regular
liinle in tleriuaiiv, Huh ami Knglanil.
I'olltlcs entered llnir niiinut.tcturt) at
at , inly dale, lor by an act of parlla-
ut iluiiug the iclgn nf Kdvvard IV.
t.r I'higlniid Ihn iinpui lutluii of cards
wiit 1. n iilil. 1. 11, In consequence, It Is
said, of lint complaint of ICligllsh
inaniir.i.iiin rs Hint luipui tatluu oh
Ml 1 in 1,'ii lli.'ii IiiihIiiuhh. During tho
reign id Kll.alielh thu Impiiitallun of
emits was a munopoly, bill from thu
time uf James I. a duly was levied on
tin Mr innnnruciiire. f
II Ih hellevetl, though much ills
puled, thai canbt wore first mado oil
wooilcu I. locks, (hell- faces artistically
it'iigiavetl. II Is certain, huvvever, Ihat
the ait of wn.i. I engraving began ami 1
fluuiisbeil about lllls Illlin mill tills I
no tin iini wiih one 01 1110 tilings which
11 Hnll11t.1l 11. (inr pliivlug cards ut
tiiilnv, while tiny have changed 11
great deal In sl,e, shape and number
in a pmii, still heal sume reselllhliilicu
In Hie first cards, as among the maiiy
aillstlc ciiilielllsbiuelilH of thn races
were lieniiM. purtralts nt prominent
persons .d tile IlllieS, hnrsciuell, "ii..
plaints, nells, flowers, birds ami
Italians finally substituted tho quoen
for tho chnvutlur und now wo have
thu king, queen and knavo or Jack.
Ono of thu early packs of curds
contained 7X cards four nulls or
numerals of 14 each, 22 utnblomutlo
cards called utouts, numbered from
ono to tweiity-onu, und 0110 unnum
bered card culled tho foil, correspond
lug closely to our Joker.
wAMntow ,M-l.tiVour klnis
soomnd likely to lose their sway over
tho Nnw World, nt least, for curds
wero manufactured In Now York ut
that time which had neither kings nor
queens, the names of prominent
Americans being substituted. Tho
king of hearts wns Washington, of
dliimumls John Adams, of clubs
Franklin, mul of spades Lafayette.
American Lumbar Co, 111m. Crystal.
'CAROLINE A. LOWE
AT WOMAN'S CLUB
Hho Ih 11 woman whoso yeurs of ac
tivity In public Ufa lmvo not marred
tho charm of her fmnlutty. Hho Is a
student who knows what slut Is talk
ing about. Hho Ih an uratur who knows
how to tell what sho knows. Her sin
cerity Is unquestionable). Ilor carncst
ness Is touching In Its Intensity. Ahuvo
all sho Is a woman with a conscience.
J lor whole belnc vlbrulus fur tho
ea iisn of pulltlcul und Industrial
rlghtooiiHuesH. Hho Is a woman's wo
man. nrlng your wife to hear her at thn
Woman's club, U1H Wst Uohl avenue,
Huiiduy ovenln, 7:30, Free admis
Amorlcun Lumber Co. film. Crystal.
Mrs. John H. Smlthers, wlfo of I ho
manager of tho Alvarado, returned
last night from mi extensive visit in
H. n Htissrr, popular superintendent
of tho Him to- Fo rcudlng- rooms, arriv
ed Init night from Clayton, Texas,
whero hu hud been opening a now
Krnoat Fuhrnicyur, tho well ktiown
musician, returned Tuesday night
from a visit In Cleveland, Ohio.
Julius Staab, Judge of the Ilernallllo
county' nrobato court Is homo from a
visit with his father, A. tJtuab In Han
"Dr. Thnmos' Rcloctlo OH Is thn
best remedy for that often fatal dis
ease croup. It hns hnuii used with
iniccess in our family for eight yeurs."
- Mrs. L. Whlluncro, lluffalo, N. Y.
women miircheVs In thu
I'nrls Hash Mud,
Purls is sash-mud, nnd, wllly-httly,
ouu must follow tho fad. Hluco do
)lKni.rM have mailu this so Importuiil
a deliill. naltirally thoro Is variety 11
plenty from which to chouse, und
women may bo sashod becomingly us
well us with chin, Apparently, two
Inches can ho added to the height,
another two subtracted from the hip
measure, or, mure wonderful still, an
unncoesnry flvo years cun ho siloed
from ouo's age, all by tho skillful ap
plication of 11 sash I
.Tho bretello sash Is tho only gar
niture on ono of CulloCs recent. crea
tions, It consists of two wldo bands
of' ribbon sturtlng from a rosotto nt
the bust, These bunds aro drawn
over the shoulders, caught In at the
Belt with a beaded ornament, looped
iinilSi at'tha knees and flnUhid with
The Bartley Shop announces a second
special showing of exclusive models in
The display will comprise the larqest
exclusive millinery stock ever assembled
in Albuquerque, and prices will be
found ranging moderately from 5.00
to $25.00. , '
312 Wat Central
American Lumber Co., Pictures To
night, Toiimrrovv mid Monday at thu
, and Mrs-Awn
the guest M the. Slope,
aiuwu imn Aut"' hm jrif wsw uwi