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By HAU JfOOJtE,
A November Wedding.
A wedding which will Interest mony
Albuquerqucana will occur next Tues
day evening, Novemter nineteenth, at
the homo of Mr. and Mm. Ge.org4
GMgoldt In Richmond, California,
when Miss Janetta Glegoldt will be
come Mrs. Lloyd White. . The Ola
goldtn formerly lived In this city and
Mr. Whit reside here. Mr. Whlt
wus accompanied to Hlchmond by hi
mother, Mwtfohl, A. White.
erved a lunoh that wee a real Joy
and the ladlea cannot eufllclently
praise the hospitality or tne nonets.
mandolin and i'uitar. Mm, Wood and
"The Parents and Teaohcra Co-op-
leratlve association will hold nn 'm-
prittnt business mooting In the First
ward school building next Monday
a?ttrntOi at 4 o'clock. This associa
tion 1s not limited to tho Tint ward,
but tfl '.Intended far all the city, and a
special Invitation Is extended to every
one Interested in publlo schools.
'The Woman's club Is doing exeep-
Tho afternoon was spent jihlofly with j tonally good work this year and con
What's Comiay ICext?
With "Judj" Brewer and Harlod
Plorce stealing away to Banta Fo anit
getting married with Tom Nayloni
gono to Phoenix, Arizona, on a trip
that ,wns sudden nnd Is mysterious;
nnd with "Boh" Crews off for Ros
well with no definite data for return,
tho follower of "things (Joins" In Al
huquorquo flnds himself rather pus
stled. For It Is known by more than a
few that Tom Nalyon use some
stamps In a month sending special de
livery letters to Phoenix. And no onq
can even hauird the else of Bob
Crew's bill for long distance tolophone
service rendered each month, with all
the calls market Boswelh One can
only wait nnd fonder. What's com
InR next, Is the question.
The Ulmer Beoital.
Monday ,oven1nn Miss Bnrah TJImer
gnve an artistic recital at the High
school building before an appreciative
audience. On account of the ma ay
other affairs taking place the sama
evening the entertainment wasn't as
largely attended as was hoped for,
but those who did go were more than
olcased. Miss Ulmer is the state soc
r.inn' nf tlm W. P. T. II. and by no
mians n stranger In tho ftunshlne
sftite, having "r&il'JP most tkf,
laraer towns of Nflw Metto. 8h
wn f Ill II IflJtlf ' Prsf'IlO))
crt U CUmnock,, of3he , (himnoclc
Hnhnoi of Orat6w' or Nortnwestsm
University, nntt of llyron "W. Itlng, of
the Klng'K gohdol bf IMprosslon, of
I'lttsbttrnh. Pa, Tho program whs
rendered as fallows:
A-Walklng Jfome With You nyron
Dentil of Pntfl Domboy Chnrles
Thu Hobollnk Tho Aldlnu.
HhcDhenl Heene l'rom Hun Hur
Concerning Isabel Carnaby Ella T,
An Kvenlna With PnrlpaMyra
Her First Appearance Richard
Crossing the Bar, Alfred, Lord
exnected this evening, Those In
Chargo of the different booths are.
Mrs. Hull, cundy; Mrs. Hayes, apron;
Mrs. Mul Isun unci Mrs. Hayes, re
freshment; Mrs. Harnett, fancy work.
The Mvstlc Circle Is manning to
ntVft n. itnnen thu very flrnt tmrl '
tsilt -.Monday thn Fraternal Broth
erhood will hold an open meeting and
a Jolly good'itlmo will bo had with
musio and dancing.
On Tuesday evening the Herman
lodce will give a masmiorado dance
In Colombo hall. Prison will ne
awarded for the best costume so all
who go cun expect that tliuy nro going
to hnvo th tlmo of their liven.
The Woodmen's Otrclo nro plan
nlnr a. social muetltiB for tho 37tn
of this month nnd It Ih understood
that thoy are making olnlmrnto prep
A Busy -WmJc t Y. W. C. A.
Every iglrftt M the week Is filled
with aduttH)Ml and social affairs
at th Y( W.CL- A.
Mnndav.'MraVuu Mr. Wolf a called
out a lrgfl . appreciative audience
which was 'Hrmv- pleaeeti with her
work. Mrs, Wetfg Is a flno oxpres
slonlst and ntfipUigBpreciate her nbii
Ity. MondavHe'ii L-hh tare 4 tin
the "Art nr JhAbHf jwUlnr," and ll
lustrated, (ker.WX lih "Ohost
Bcone" fro,fMiynlot,,,.nhd "Ap Old
Mald'a; ntVWWVw ,.
Thursday (tMf Mrs. Mordy con
ducted a epef Brtloo frotp T to
7:30. Vhls ytWf jk MPtclat service, as
this Is thv Wis4l9 nf prayer through
the world fofW STf W. C. A.
After this SarYlso Mrs. Bradford. In
struetsd tha Ole -club and Jt Is sur
nrlstnc tha flteVet that la being taken
in thl jvatk fM , the number that
hava alfU4y- 4, .
ThurstlaV eV.Vslka' the Cascade club
was give e Irfel treat when 3iies
Frnncea CrosS'-lMtV?. talk on the con
ference at CiMr Colo. The man
dolln trio teiivirfttiVdral numbers and
Miss Pearl Wfltkitt blayrd a numbtr
of piano 641 Hlsa KcICebdricK
favored thtf jlruttth s. nufaher of
clever readings. .'After the urogram
the gifts had ffwtal hour an4 made
canay m qniVJiafr ne.
Next Thtfha? thlnaw M iUrt
movlngl f, Mr. 8ren an
Baby nfsnprp ..arrivev Tn.sra. m
something MutLxVefr m not who
jm a?isi ,.in fawn aSvcrroMt
iha iilmisi f ikt skowa Jul
pro bum (
aw- pmwisBi ,,wf t
U fa SHri If? tV.
SSA4MKM HRSJ IIW
Th mtimhrs of tho Brotherhood
of American, .Yeoman entertained
their wives and Monde at the I, O. O.
& liuil ,lluiW.niH'vi '
had a good time, The following pro
gram was given '
Piano solo Bejtsla carter.
Recitation NWan Hausnr.
Recitation Alice Byrnes.
Piano solo TlnsteV Burton.
Recitation Dotfltfcy Olson.
Vocal solo MerrlH Byrnes.
Piano solor-Mlktred Qustafson.
Recitation Irvia Iftafltord.
Piano duet Badla and Edith Olren,
Vocal duet Loreha. Burton nnd
Mabel Hinds. ,
Pluno solo Lillian Qustafson
Vocal solo NormKn jfausxer.
Piano solo Carl Wilson.
Recitation Jessio Asher.
Piano solo LoUls Burroughs.
Piano solo Loreha TJurton.
Vocal duet Nettle Clark and Helen
This afternoon and evening the
ladles of the John A. Logan Circle. I
kiio vis o iiuniitirt i ; 2 , , ... . . . .
In the Odd Follows' Temple. A large weanesuay evening ann uio iuuo.h
crowd Is nresent and n larger crowd program was renoereaj
seauently a larger attendance than In
previous": years la bolng reoorded.
Yesterday was domestlo science day
wHh "Nuts" for the topic of discus
xfen. Mrs. John Wilson gave an In
teresting paper on "Nuts as a Bub-
stltute for Meat' and many valuablo
Ideas were gained fcy. the listeners.
Mjfs, llgnnum whsj leader for tho day
and' Was assisted' by Mrs. Hall and
Mrt Bam Vano. Refreshmnnts con
sisted of nut sandwiches, nut salad
and rtljt coffee, which were Immense
ly enjoyed by an. a musical program
wan given by the juvenile talent ot
the city. All did themselves credit.
Miss" Alice LeTarto especially drew
unlimited applauso by hor wonderful
vforR at the piano. Tho program was:
"tlWti1i,ll" John C Aldon
"Gypsy Roqdo" Haydn
"Revels of the Wood Nymphs"....
, ,k,,,.. Un.'bour
"La Caprice" Rnrowskl
The Amateur Piano club met at tho
home of Mrs. Mabol Htovuns Hlmoe
Paper, Comparison of Haydn, Mo-
sort and Beethoven Miss arace
Allogro from flotiuta of D Minor
Mrs. Bernard H, Rodey.
Rondo, PnthetlquA Mrs. Thomus,
Kolectinn. Krolca Hymphony Miss
Louise Nichols, Mr. Hluiiley Hedcr.
Hymphony Anulysls Mr. I.eRoy
III Churok Ciroles.
Tho ladles' aid Hiiclety of tho Load
rWonuo Mcthodlut churi'h will luilil
Its monthly meeting at the homo of
MM. It. P. Mohn, Ult West Copper
aVBhlle, next Wednesday udernooii.
Wdta of Club'dom.
The ladles of tho Tuesdny club are mapped out their yeur's work. Tney
Tha missionary societies if tho
Lhad Avcntin Methodst elinrrh will
hold a. meet nir In thu I'imreii nuxi
Thursday nftvrnonu. Mrs. Matthow-
son wlll give a talk on Urlontul ami
Alaskan mUninns and MrH. llarvvooii
will glvo a talk on "Tho PohI."
The" ladles aid society of tho Pres
byterian church mot Thursday after
noon . Ill the church parrors nnu
Mr. and Mrs. At. Wilde of 408
I North Third Btretihtortnlncd In Al-
nuituerquo during ina wppk ineir sun
and dauchter-lri-iawj Dr. und Mrs.
Adna (lodfrey fWiide, who wer
WKdded In Vlcksnurg, Miss., on No
vember e, tho wojddlng attruvtlng
wldo attention thtX)Uhout Mississippi
and tho other southern states be
cause of the prominence of the young
people nnd their families.
Tho wedding ws truly a regal af
fair, being carried out In full mili
tary 'style, tho old-tlmo custom of
tho brldo cutting tho wedding cake
with tho bridegroom,' subro being
one of tho most Interesting features.
Boon after the vtattd'ng the Wildes
loft Vlckshurg for (v)honeymoon trip
whloh m-ought them to New Orleans
and to Albuquerque. The nowly
weds left here Thursday evening for
Fort Kin ge r, Wash., whom Dr.
Wlldo Is stationed, Dr. WJldo Is
one of tho youngest surgeons In the
United Htutns a .'my. He wus formor
ly a resident of Vlcksburg, Where hn
became, much Interested In tho Na
tional guard. Bubsequenlly ho
studied medlolne In WashlnKton, D.
and entered the medical corps of
the army. Dr. Wlldd Ih u bright, In
telligent young gentleman, hand
some nnd possessing n very pleasant
personality. A fine career uwalts
him In tho army Is tho ollef of nil
his friends. Mrs. .Wilde, tho brldo,
Is (i pretty und most attractive young
lady, u duughter of tho B. W. Qrlf-
flttm. Tho arlltlth fumlly Is pro ml
nent nil through the south, Mr. Grif
fith being preMtdont of tho First Na
tlonal bank of Vlcksburg. Dr. und
Mrs. Wilde spent a most enjnyuhlo
portion of their honeymoon In this
A VIckslnirK pnper contained tho
followliiK nut Ice of 'the wedding of
ho two young people;
Wednesday evening, Nov. 11, 1913,
the spaoloim homo of Mr. und Mrs
B. W. Orltllth was filled to tho ut
most by the soclul leaders of Vloks
burg, iiHHcmhlcd to witness tho mar-
lugo service whloh made Mlxn Hullle
Urlfllth the wife nf Dr. ACnu God
frey Wilde ul' (ho United Stutes army.
The lovely young brldo was stutely In
her bridal rohe of white sutln ohurm-
oiise with pearls, long veil and or
ange bloNHiiniM. Iter cousin, Miss Joo
Mary Orlfllth, wait maid of honor,
und MIhh .May Irhy Kuxtland brides
maid, both gowned In yellow churm-
eiimi nnd carrying Unnutlful ysllow
ehryNiintheniums. l.luutcnunt Wullls
of the United Htntes army, In full
regluientalH, was best mull. Mr.
Waller Orllllth wmh Kronmsinntl. Tho
Itev. Howard 1.. Weeks, npokn tho
solemn words that united tho happy
pair, Thi varlotiH rooms wero leco
rated with tunny pottted pluutH und u
profusion of while mid yellow chry
HUiiiliemuniM mul pink riisen.
- --t r.iiwvi'?i jf i maui' vbb
um. sesr who ore Tt
htlclou re- M yxMt
ss - im-,m m i
Hutch of All Mai
raiialna ot ' Ml4 BMflK
fri.hmnti weiSa served': throughout
tho evenjpk. Py. Ana Mrs. Wlldn lett
Thursda,yfot tflW Orlonns nnd Al
buQuerque, N. M.: prior to uong to
Fort Ftacter, Wash., whero Dr. Wlldo
Is stationed. Weddings urn always
ovonhf of interest, but rarely has a
wedding called forth so much Inter
est from so many people na this one,
not only on account of the promi
nence of tho brlde'q family, but
equally so for the popularity. of tha
bride herself, whose going away will
be a loss to a host of the friends of
her jlrlhood, the memory of whom
shall bo a magnet to draw her ofttin
book home. As her days so may
her happiness and good fortune bo
unto her life's end.
Regarding n pretty "military show
er," given in honor of tho brldo to
9m - ;i
res of NdV&iibet
also planned a homo cooking salo for
the day beforo .Thanksgiving, uno
place for the sale has not been de
cided Upon but the ladles will try to
arrange a place In tho business uis
trlpt of the city,
holding unusually Interesting meet
Inga this year nnd oro doing somo
hard 'work. This wook they mot
with Mrs. Chester Froneh on West
Central avenue and had a program
on "Works of Art us Beautiful. With
npownlnfn Fra I.I lino Llnnl." The
ntaim tiidv won led bv Mm.. Jamcsl The missionary society, of the Pres
Wroth. Instead of Mrs. Walter Con- byler an church will hold Its unnuui
noil, and Miss Hlckey gave a pnnri praise service in me cnurcn puriorn
talk on current, topics. I nest Thursday afternoon
i .1.1... -I.tt. Int. mn.l. JtUAfV The fit. Puttl's English Lutheran
Monday afternoon hut hasn't had any enufcn win nom nissnuur
name given It metvthls week with WW meeting next Thursday after
Mrs. George P. Btatesman at ner neom
nw,nAt-t ennnkine-.'.' ttsir nr mtel Th itromanfa union missionary
. .v.., .., ----- - - ...in i. th. Dp-.Iiv.
rm,n MAmt.A, hin Kant, ttMir raoninnins ttjii uo iidim fiv
inrf ivit n frij.Wrt.1 tofatfth KTrniiiltadUtM cHbrch Tuesday, November 19,
the numW to elahtw-whlch' mokes The following Urogrom
enough tor two table JoM m&ii"n w
good time, xnose pioying ,a wi j"PKt'' ' """
Z." TJ 1 g,.i.L, Ja uLld4M'9toltAir of the Lutheran church
AmlLm n r 't),i jaonh YrlssarL .FABer ft story. "Little Hlater In
A, tJ. KIstloK B, U Bradford, Mary CUltla bfMri. W. If. Slebert, repro
M m Ma fAfrnnn anit Hill. I BMUBK MB liliriSlian CllUrcil.
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I 1 ' i ll : . . v. n ml , u t.m
The BHdge club will meet at the . W w. -
home oC Mrs. K. Russell E5gar rSfflKSi.H,,,
M.ii. mm. t jm . IL. flSM M.V serf- I K'BMIHJla nillDllvIa UI IMV TWBBMt v
wain nira sircoi nm ""'l.iij.Sk.J. i.u ninitu
ArU4HIlll1l 'UI4HM w ..."
c. Miss Kenworthy.
if. "flnanlsh America." y Mrs,
tit thb Methodist KPlscopal
6 t rtienibM of Bt, John's choir
bikt .adnesday evening In, the Guild
KftU:t9 PfActlos ismi! 9 ociock, men
sMi a while. Hofrtohmonta of cof
ftf e(X(t tandtrlchM w'?ro served by
IMttMk coigan ana. Mrs. j. it. ruu-
ij Thtio tneeflnsji tvlll be heia
s(fly. every ethflr, . Wednesday.
YtotMett-Jt smmI' tbout1 twenty-two
mm it wl.qHtf quite a musical
Wti'hW KfJU b given Mon
mtt Xcv. 16. til the Worn
aeuh aiMlM lihdsr the aus
Thursday evening the Evening
rlg olub met In, .(he "Wontan'a
Blubi, All the members ana a row
ctfests Gloved the evening, 1
The. Duplicate WhUt club, whlh
alwaya meets at tho Woman'' dub
nn UnnAav. nltti' or Mine. Varied ft
little frora IheU? usual custom tl
week! Vrert entertained af thO
hW "of Mrs. w Y. Wpitoa , etas
Wt. t.TirA avenue w nonor w
uhl sl- w. nehsoh'g birtnaay. t.
mnru than ordinary tar
r TiUir .AsaiKisaU
j a n h ana' nunvi wa
a& ; fteM
;ive Wiinman Mri. SymoHS
of JCn. Putiwy, &st Btrim ofi
r Only Pdrtfil Kit of Aotivi-
f nnd Similar MkudeU FauctloU
at Hasonio TcmplJafcI Out Promise ot Social Jbllitj
rassr " " " f
November con chronicle, ttSSfftf Mr, Conley Mlsa cohloy, Mr. ayde
Affairs at Caltti'
ties of Pant Wfci!
Card Party at
lie beforo the wedding day, the fnl
lowing society Item Is given prniul
nance In unother Vlnkshurg paper:
Monday afternoon, Nov. 4, Mrs.
Flolirnoy Worthlngton entertained In
beautiful n ml unique style In honor
of tha bride-elect, Miss Bailie Grltnth.
In compliment, to thn connenllnn of
tho happy man of Miss GrtnUh's.
choice tho decorations worn military
in character; a stack of guns In the
center of tha tablo held streamers ot
yellow ribbon leading to each corner;
whllo flugs were In evidence every
whoro. In ono end ot the reception
hall was u. canopy of yellow brocade
under which tho brldo was enthroned
In ii largo chulr. At tho proper mat
ment this cunopy was lowered by
Misses Borah Hcudder und Lucy Grit
flth und tho brldo was literally
showered with innumorablo dalntjr
nnu inveiy nnen souvenirs irom tne
guests to take the thought of them
to her far-off new homo. Receiving
with Mrs. Worthlngton wero Mrs. B.
W. Orlimh, Miss Kalllo Griffith. Mrs.
C. M. Beers, Mrs. David Orimth, Miss
Joo Mary Griffith, Miss May Irby
Kustlund, all stundlng under a lovely
canopy of smllux and flowers. In the
library punch wus served by Mrs,
David Bhearer and Mica Marie
Beurles. A beautiful luck cake was
cut hyi tho young ludlos for tokons ot
their future lot. A quuntity of yel
low chrysanthemums nldcd In the
color sohemo of yellow and white,
which was carried out oven In thn
cukes, lues and lion lions, A bovy of
prutiy gins looked after the conW
fort of tha guests. Theso werd
Misses Baruh Bcudder, Alice Banks,
Annlo Bearles, Lucy Grlfllth, Corlnno
David, BchsIo Wagner, nnd Helen
Broome. A hidden orchestra din
coursed sweet strains thut attuned
nil heitrta to thn dlvlnn harmony
Hultnhlo to tho happy occasion. A
large niiiiilior of ladles called dur
lug Die evening,
four Important events In Its soaWiTiV
card pnrly of Mrs. Robert Iut r.d
uio tea oc Mrs. Dave. WolnMstla
Mrs. Heymour Lewinson. OhVfltHy,
tho twenty-second, Mr. elSrv
Geo. Hlinmaund Air,, arid MrikrAlhU)
Wnha ai giving a dnnclng ilf$ird
party at the AlVarado AMjr.pn
hundrcil and fifty ihVltktteMjiUva
boon isnued so nno can Imsfrtte? that
society will really turn of'tn lull
Then on Tuesday. thOJwanfy-tlxth,
M,r. and Mrs. Mlko Ma&Wl trill glvo
a aancing nnu card party fit tne Ma
sonic Temple. Threo hisndrei have
rooatvod Invitations to tha affair und
it, la a solo wager thai every ono will
bp'thoro, ' ,
rs Really a Misfortune
When a Woman's Hair is Red?
X 4 V,
nam wits m
.t 1 . ml . ii. V
Mser mm msb;
Miss Cliarlotto Pratt.
(ofa aid of Bt. John's
id "Polly of
fi kOOd shOW
bsmsc- tne earn
totrn; the HirH
Red In the fashionable color for i
woman's Imlr just imw, but In many
porlods nnd coiiutrleH to havo roif
hair mrunt to tent the depths of mis
fortune, even of death, Wo know
now that red hair Is nn added beauty
from tha nrtlsfn point of view, for It
Is almost always accompanied by n
beautiful complexion, and tho red
haired woman Ih the cynosure of aR
eyes at tho opera or thu reception.
Queen Kllzaheih considered that shn
wan most iiltrnetlvo wnen wearing a,
red wig, and others havo shared hun,
predilection ror thlx color, so that
now no on with n wealth of auburn,
tresses would dreiiin nt trying to alter
A groat Ocriiinti doctor lot It be
known that ho was blessed with u
wife "who could uiuko fed hair as
white oh it lily." hut io modern wo
man would wish to patronise her,
A story Is told of a woman whose
lover had an iincnniiuerablo antipathy
to red Imlr, so she applied to a quack
to havo tho color altered. He replied
that this woh his wire's department,
and that sho would (urnlsh the ludy
with a leaden comb und tho antl-Kry-thaean
unguent which "after two or
three applications will rmiko you us
fair or us dark us you please."
Prejudlcu ugulnst red hair runs
back even to Kgyptlan times, for in
tnat land of decldad opinions' and
strong prejudice, it was the custom
to burn allvo some unfortunate indi
vidual cursed with red Uah so It was
ducldodly uncomfortable to havo red
hair In 'Kgypt, as no one, Itttew whose
turn would come next.
That tho Chinese whnrafl IhW preju
dice agulnst red hulr iii. proved by
ihelr enltltot for tho IShillrti. whom
they called "red-headed Jbarbarlans"
.....I 1.....!. Hnulla" '.
OT THU'IIWHWVW WW...-.
The great exception t$ . this rule
among ancient nations i tfye llomaus,
for since the tlmo of Noyo'jhejr havo
praised rod hair In the highest terms.
They preferred n darJt.,od., almost
brown, such ah w.i ternt jtUhilrn. ana
nlodern Romans share tHIsrilklng. t
Is sold that among tho itrtiii9. (W
tiles of noma nnd i?ln"nmy ,, fn
nhnnrmcitv utt numboMli'ed'halr-
ed wpmon. Moaern urswjran imi
predl eotton wun mo xgm an
hack to tho tradition that Judas, thg
uctrnyur of josus, had red hair, and
iniiHt or the artists paint him thus.
Blinkespearo refero to this In "A You
I.Ike it," when Rosallno says of Or
liindo, "His very hair Is of tho dis
sembling color," ana Cella answers:
".Something browner than JUdas's."
Th llrahnmlnn were forbidden to
in.irry u rd-halrod woman,' and, an
Hum liemi mild: "Thn populace of most
countries, confounding moral with
ucHthella Impressions, itcutisa rod
haired people ot various shortcom
Inns." Hence, superstition has assign
od to hair of a coppery tlngo, when It
ndorns a woman's head, - thb worst
traits; and all potty vices, all tho la
mentabln shortcamlnfcn to which fom
inlty hi heir havo been juld to'fho rod
It In most unfortunate when
young girl with reddish lialr becomes
leu solf-oonsclous, for she Is thus apt
to mistake looks of admiration for
Raping criticism. Bho may Indeed utn
tho precaution; of ftot. 6tar)51nff by a
nlnk-shadod lamp. . whrcli'aecsnluata
tho color of her ttatawUeMlghly,
a) . ikiutur flu .ia
Wednesday wan a r'ad letter day In
COotety in the Duko City thin week,
for It was on that day that Mrs. Duve
iWelnmnn and Mrs. Seywour Lewlti
sciv entertained the social elite of the
cuy wun a tea at mo nome or airs.
Weinman on West Copper avenue,
The occnelon waa tho eighteenth
wedding anniversary of tho Wein
man's and the sixth of the Lewis
Every nook nnd corner ot tho Wein
man homo was tilled with Urge
shaggy "mums" und pretty greenery.
Naturally tho dining room u the
most elaborately decorated ot tho
wuole houso, nnd every one said It was
"Just beautiful." The table held an
Jmmensa bouquet of 'pink chryaantNe-
mums and a veil fell gracefully wer
the pretty flowors. Home .or ino rJest
surmlsod thut It might have bsoti one
of (ho original woddfng veils. Mrs.
W. Y. Walton, Mrs. B. U. Rosonwold,
Mrs. Bimon Btorn, Mrs. Kent, and,
Mrs, Ilesslo Jaffu took turnn pouring
nnd were assisted In the dining room
by Mrs. Harry Welller. Miss Hannah'
Nusbuum, Mlsa Hilda Grunsfeld, Miss
Klslo Kompentoh, -Miss Annette Woln-
man. MIba Reulna Rasonwald, ana
Miss Gladys Mandell.
Tho gUcsts wore greeted at tne aoor
by Miss Bortha Weinman nnd were re.
colvod by Mrs. Weinman, Mrs, Ltwln
son. Mr, nobert Putney. Mrs, lypa
Grunsfeld Miss Elisabeth Wllley, Mrg.
Albert Btern, and Mrs. isuao artnc
. . . ,. , .. i ... i
out ii ib u puy ik miut iiiiiK,nrsf k
tho observed of all obasrverstJfetvjJHw
her oharmtns uncOnsOUsrii"il; :BB
they helghton tho reddshlifei of Uio
hair bv wearing dull g0lC1rlmn.t;
liAvlng hgd golden red)(
IT hii am It r a was set ?
threads of gold
T(T (Whtrh lflv bound n
0ne pic te mo "eq
the) PTfllfto ogaws
for front being
snrvntlon, , - 5
Besides the old tradition Of 'W&k
having been red-hntrcd aiding to crf
ate the prejudice axlstlng In ninny!
lands, the fact of tho fouling against'
red hair In England Is set down to the
red-haired Danes, who could nbt be
regarded save as Invaders und bar
barlanii, It Is tho suggestion of character
being lifipUp0$y the color of tho hair
that hag influenced most persons In
this eohnMkti; iTIiO Idea that red-
haired pertoWal'tlfelgh tempored II
vrv aflnerai. wicfmuL-rn
true, and m4twfi
are Just.ao fgpt'ti
Ho one ohouifl
or Mho Is adorned v
matter how carroty
be, Tho way to flgHi'-
prove us falsity, enn
haired persona would
of omlabtltly the tup
thfem -ould rapidly 4
PfPHQB. wun, reu y
control Just as easily as'
.clbaVkalr may bo made, ii
arraw wiser iner m
i .r. -n 4-i
otherwise it mm
iiiisiisia'sglJ us is i imesisisV
Ono ot th largcat parties of th.
.. J - 1... . . tlnlt.M T)llt
wook wan given ujr mi p. ivv.
ney and hor sister, Mrs. Riffle at thtr
beautiful' Putney homo on wesi ven
tral uvonuo yesterday uf ternooh, So
cially speaking, evory one was more
and evory ono was gowned beautiful
lv. In facC a leading society lady
suld she thtought It was ono of tho
moHt brilliant eatherlnBS of tho so
clul season. Just clusters of great
chrysanthemums wero tho decora
tlons. and whllo a party Isn't really
a purty without some kind 01 niooms,
llio i'Ulliey iiuiiiu in lunioiiru
beautifully that It Is really a shame
to hldo any part ot It with extensivo
deooruttons. Five hundred was
played und Mrs. ' D. A MoPherson
wan nreseuted with a handsome out
glass vase 'as first prise, while Mm.
Goorgo Klouk was given a nana
painted compote for tho cut prlso,
Thn Invitation list Included Mes
dames Alger. Cornish, Blltner,
i.uthy. Flournoy. Raymond Btamnv
Rodev. Dleckmun. k. it. sagar. wi
u Edgar. Frank Hubboll, Himoo,
Frost. Maloy. Cams, Borradalle, Yrl
sarrl. McClellan, Clark. Koch, Mc
Donald. Ferausson. HUning. wroin,
.Bajrth, Walton, Nordhaus, Grunsfeld,
amen; jern ousmot, wave wm
psi iff mm iiiuiBi junnuuu, nitii,
ksmswsis. sb iiossnwaia. HHDn
iTMlriisi 4 .Stitw. Bryan, Elder,
ner. Ivan aruntfej
Wilson. Hernsop, Mtni,
nonowoi 1. camoneiai w
be la Verane. Jdrretiei
Fitch, Holtman, Marrop. Juu aii
Thursday afternoon nnd, oveoat
Mrs. Mellton Otefo entertained a num
ber or friends at her home at, 1
North Eighth street as a oourletV t
airs, ADranam tempenicn
Hewing and refrechments were,
pastime for tho afternoon ao;
Cook, Mr. ano Jfctra. Jaka Myers, Mr.
and Mrs. J. R Hainsar nnd Mr, and
airs. Jtcnry otoro.
Mrs. Will Thomas, '"iJo," south
Broadway, entertalneft a, MUMWer 61
hor friends Wednesday attarab In
11 rather unusual mJi96f.' '&Hf. of
paper wer passed, al eacst la4y Ma
to tell which she pd itftjlHi. case
ot tire, "her Jrusj)d er hK. ." TV10
answers were really smseMer Wt woet
01 mem, couirary it esy tmmP
lr, preferred minA:hM
Mrs. Sfinnlo HttotL Vstei'to)
with halt a. d.ote f ety cKitothe-
muma ror ivln(r tha bee 'ftfrW
After this dainty rerrsihmeaUi wero
served and th,ei the JftdiM enjoyedl
cards until U wan tlmo to go homed
Those playing woto Metusttit Gsorxd
Moore, M,ry shftf tr. sun Xdvlhswton.
Alfred, aoodrlch, iMimlei MCor
Jamea accoutre, Alice MUMrejiMBM
iioimag.. MHwea xary, usjsjws,,aiH
Llvlrtgston and Wlll!ass X.lriiiMj. ;
Four birthday iki s. wWg an4
nlversary were the occad tC Ahneetl
a week's oelehratloit at JNwtwy OtaMt
the SMUit weekt that Va, U M ee
celebrated In a form) mtwatr.-. Kow
aver, the fourteenth ws444mr Mnlver
, aary ot Mr. aaCMrs. Ante Huntng wag
reoornisea b:' lavumg in,st few friends,
and the Imnieikitt retattveo which
brought the numtet up tt twenty. .
The birthday that wa eelebratedj
was one of Mrs, MrnseUit iHualng,
mother of Mr, Arg Xug4ttf;; and o
Mrs. K. B. ForgBnaen. Mrs. liming;
oelvet tier frltfcesl wht Iwhifc to .call
and congratulate hr, ot cows; serv
ing ngni refreshment. , A largo num-
oor called At the cattle on Tuesday
nnd helped Mrs. Hunlng pass a pleas
Mrs. Frank fltorla Invited a num-
meb of her frlenda to her home at
716 West Gold avenue. Wednesday
afternoon to help celebrta Jitir birth-'
day. Kretty clusters of pink andf
white carnations mace tho homo loolc
pretty ana tha ladies gpent tne, arter
noon with the popular imusoment od
auotlon bridge. Thoet playing were:
Mcsdames D. II. Cama, Nanoy Bos
wick. w. c. JWlm, Trod cannalJ,
France Ackerman, A. 0. Bronsort, R, 1a
Husf, Forbes una mis pytveiier. ,
A fsw vaam asH. wkesi Mlssi SOro-
tkv trisaK of TlAtralt seetifc a season
In. Ihts city, she an alna other- girls
rormsa a ouo. At tnat .iimej tne cirut
wert'nlBro totg but their ybUtn 'did
not hinder thorn from- sfrvavl(i(tf
with, the meetings of their 'club. 'ih'
fat the club, whleli VeVlk haaei't "any.
name, stilt meet ayefy weea. At
tlmeW It seemed og Hvifh It wax
about to break Up M s.cfOHt of thn
varlodt VUwg heM -W the Afferent
name. Home otjsetsg ' to-earos, m
being too Mature,. tm tennig
was. too etrenuouB. Rut.rHlU the Blr I"
managed to Plcsuo thtlr famJIlep und
Incidentally havo a' ifloeT'tt., Mlsa
Flash Is a visitor in Uttsj city at pros
ent.apd It qeemed r opportune tlms
to celebrate, o Miss, Katherlne O'RisI
lv Invited anouah of the tnascullno
sex qt corresponding ages td, make)
even couples ana tney nau a uance ai
tho O'Riolly homo last evening.
Tho twenty-seventh of,, thlt monthi
Mrs. Sol Welller la planning a slum
ber party for her dwhtor.
An Expected Susjirfefc
Qppld play rnhr astonishing
prank, fefl. after tU tt la hot
ftrtpn th 'M Wio over on AI
tleo Clajnoo 8. I
anca of thti rhtra
the bride In ,KnU,
mm par vcawn
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UMiir ui . Ah issBMb midmtt
he Hewing ana reirecnmenis ner sinm 1 aMtxaun ,ttie isa& i
n ni mil rn tnb nrieraonn nna miraBiiuu uia j . . .
iwifiMWi 11 1 the evening's enjoyment. ?tM'iMMi Tkmr kViie9iMlsjKHMI. e
IWWMII lull 11 1 iW . thn itwmm:m WiWW-.M!
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f . :r uB&2.maspms?7TS'i j: HLi4itkju . ! Ting xa,
HM 1 ssjn, .nns,nHML Tivwm iiw imi wmbjs whm ,;sapB, mks
i UK. .miMismwt&: .&ur ass&riwy sang, aamasv umtfimmtm. mwm .
and priced th
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