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ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914.
By JEAN IIUBB9.
Valentine Party for Mrs.
Wednesday evening al the homa of
Mr. anl Mr. II. C. Meyer, Tot Wnl
Silver avenue, a Jolly Valentine par
y ii given by St. John's choir In
honor of lira. Don W. Lusk, who
left todiiy for Kl lam to reside.
Mrs. I. nk hH been a member of
Kl. John' choir for over two yearn
and will be (ready missed by her
many friends In the church.
tiecnrntlons of red heart nnd cu
plda artistically festo.ined from door
way to chandelier, and exqulalte
hunchea of rut-flower gave a pleas
ing and festive appearance to the
Dancing was the evening's enter
tnlnment nnd the program were
partirulurly nice souvenirs of the oc
rnnion, having leen designed and
made liy Mr. M. C. Myer. They
were white linen card, havlni on
one aide In the upper left hand cor
ner a red heart and In artlatle (old
Utter the words. "Given In honor
of Mr. Don W. Luak, February II.
1CH by Hi. John Choir," and on
the other aide the order of dance
nnd a red heart.
Tunrh waa ervd during the ev
ening nnd toward midnight Ice
cream and delicious .ake were en
joyed by nil.
Mra. Herbert Ox lie furnished
pl'iulld Miualr for the dancing.
Thoe present were Archdeacon
W. E. Warren. Mr, Don W. T,uk.
MIW'i I.otia and Anna NewhaTl. Kv
elyn UverUL Klfti Myer. Anna Myer.
I.i.l lie Sxymannky. Margaret Jenk.
Mr. and Mra. Wray Walker. Mr.
and Mr. George Clifford. Mr. and
Mra C. Roger. Mr. and Mra. M. t
Grlasnm, Mr. and Mr. Chaa. An
drew. Mr. nnd Mr, f. Ilocktut. Mr.
nnd Mr. O. A. Foretr. Mr. and
Mra. llu(o C. Myer. Mr. K. Will
nnd Meier ('. M. Miinier. M. Riley,
F.d Rosa. Thoa. Christian, O. 3. Olln.
George Evcrkt. Illchnrd Pytinnky,
George Keher. It. Coin, Wilbur ltheu
and (leorge Pmtt.
Some Jolly Valentine Partiei.
Mr. David Grant. 411 South flev
enlh street, wus hoateaa at a delight
ful Vnlentlne card party ihta after
noon. Her home beapoke the day,
bating been arllatlcally decorated
vtlth tiny red heart, cuplda and oth
er duinty emblcma of the day.
Five hundred waa played, Valen
tine tally card being uaed aid lovely
valcnunce being given a prises.
The refre hmenl, which were de
licious, carried out aa far aa poaall.le
the cobr cheme. There were red
heart of Jello and cake which were
heart-shaped aa well aa many other
The guet were Mra. T. J. Win
frey, Mra. n. C ftecker. Bait Lake
City; Mr. H. Wilson. TrlnHad; Mr.
Roy Bonnet. Mr. and Mr. K. O. I
try. Mr. and Mra. C. II. Dixon, lea
ver; Mr. K. C. Utelger. Denver.
Mra. C. E. Vaughn gave party
Tueadny evening In honor of her
aunt. Mr. T. Falea of Wlnated. Conn,
who la her houae guest.
The spirit of St. Valentine pervad
ed the gnmee and decoratlona and
the (tipper which waa served at a
lute hour, waa dellclou.
Tha gueata were Mra T. Fate. Mr.
and Mra. I'ltt Roaa, Mr. Chua. Rut
ton and on. Mr. nnd Mra. T. Fore
man, Mr. and Mra. Cha. Hewitt. Mr.
and Mra. W. D. Ward Mr. and Mr.
F. Hlioecraft. Xlra. P. Aker and
diitigliter. Mr. and Mr. I.. Herman,
Mine Hell Hweet, Mr. Ilendrlck. Mr.
and Mra. K. D. Crtty. Mr. and Mr.
NeHl Ferguaon, Mr. and Mr. W.
Ilay'den, Mra. Rrown. MlaneR TJeeat
and Alice Rrown. Mr. and Mra. F.
McHpadden. Mliwe Adit and Mary
XI 1m Amelia dill. TIS F.at Cold
avenue, gave a Jolly Valentin party
The houae waa beautifully decor
ated with heart and I'tipiiU and
game appropriate tn the nrraalon
were played tntll five o'clock when
a delectable lunch In which the color
acheme wna carried out aa far a
poaall.le. Waa nerved.
Mra. John W. Wllaon aialated Mrs
Olll In nerving.
The gueata were Miaaea Miry AUc
Hnyd. AH Donohoe. Anna Donohoe.
Anna and RWrnhe dray. Ethel
Kleke, Buaan Cobb. Itulae !ber.
Hulk Hfutwm. Murlorle Htowetl.
Marie l!tg-in. Rdyth Clark. Jennie
Vn,.l,l kiavhella William. F.van-
gellne I't-rry. Mr. ltandilpl: Crouao
anil Mra. John W. Wllaon.
Mr. and Mra. Jack Raynotd called
from Nevr York ! Bolurduy for a
aevernl month tour of Europe. Mr,
Itayuolda waa formerly Mia Mabel
Van Kuton f I hi city.
Magnificent Musical Service
on Washington's Birthday at
the Congregational Church
ueauwui sacred nunc on
Program; Another Fine Mu
ical Event Will Be Univer
tity Choral Concert on Feb
One of the fin eat mualoal aervlce
ever given at the Congregational
church will be held on Waahlngion'a
Mirth day, Sunday. February tt. nt
7:10 p. m. Many who miaaed the
magnificent concert given by the
Choral society will have a chunce to
hear aeveral of the beat solo number
from tha cantata. "Th Woman ul
Hcmarla,'' end the progrum include
the wonderfully beautiful "Inflam
matu'' from the "Mtabat Hater." by
lloaainl. to be aung In Rngllah. and
"I'nfold. T Portal." from "The He.
demptlon," by Uounod. A rare op
portunity will be afforded muaic lov
er to hear theae famoua number
aung by art lata of the ability of thoae
choaen to render them.
The detailed program follow:
Organ prelude. "Allegro con Rrlo"
Rogcr, K. Stanley Kcder.
I'lp organ offertory, "Intcrmewto"'
(Rollln). Mr. Hedrr.
Soprano nolo and chorua. "Inflam-
malua" l When Thou Corneal), from
Ihe "Htabwt Mater," by lloaainl. aung
In Kngliah Ada fierce Winn and lull
I'lpe organ solo, "Paatorale" (Ouil-
mant). Mr. Seder.
'There Cometh Woman of Sa
maria" Mary McFle, contralto:
Thomas A. ChrUtlan, baaao, Ada
Fierce Winn, soprano.
Soprano solo, "Art Thou Greater
Than Our Father Jacob," Ada Tierce
Baa solo: Recitative. "Jeau An-
wered;" air. "Whoaoever Drinketh
of Thla water Shall Never Thirst"
Thomas A. chrlatlun. tFrom "The
Woman of Samaria," cantata by
ternthtle Dennett). . .
Fifteen minute address by Rev.
Anthem, "I'nfold. Te Portnls"
(from "The Redemption," Gounod).
tin aoln. "Hear Me When 1 Cull"
(Rruno Huhn). Thomna A, Christian.
Organ poatlude, "Intcrludlo e Fugu"
(Rogera). E. Stanley Seder.
University Choral Club Con
cert February 16.
The I'nlveralty Choral club, under
Ihe direction of Mlaa Mary Mi Fie. di
rector of the department of muaic at
Ihe tinlveraity, will give a concert at
the Presbyterian church Mondiiy eve
ning, February IS.
An especially fins program has
been arranged. Mlaa McFle haa un-
uaual ability aa a director and th
horua work la aplendld. The i horal
club will be aastated by Mr. Ada
teres Winn, aoprango; Mr. charlea
Andre a. tenor; Mr. K. Stanley Seder,
organist all of whom are artiata well
known In Albuquerque; and Mr. I. u.
Tello, Ilraslllan vlollnlal, whoae aev
eral appearaneea In Santa Fa hav
won him great popularity In that city.
The program for the concert fol
"Awake With the Ijirk".... De Reel
I'. N. M. Chorua.
Violin aolo Mr. Tello
Vhauson Provlncale" lel Ague
Mrs. Winn and Gtrla Glee Club.
Vocal aolo Mr. Andrew
Intermeiao (Cavalerla Rusttcana)
, , Maacugni
Vesper Choir. '
Violin obltguto, Mr. Tello.
Organ aolo Mr. seder
Duet Mra. Winn. Mr. AndrewB
Carry M Buck to Tenneaae ....
Men's Glee Club.
Vloim solo Mr. Telio
On the eu" Dudley-wucg
Girls' Glee (Hub.
Vocul aolo Mrs. inn
Kcmette l Lucia dl Umiiifrmoor;..
Mr. Andrews. Mr. X. Braahear
The following la Ihe personnel of
th,. girl' and boya' glee clubat
Sopmnoe Mlaaea L.oulse Holland.
Irene Uoldt, Treaaure liartman, Isa
bel Walker. Jeaaiu Craig. Fern lleevea.
Orac Sheeta. "ornella MtFle. Flor
ence Seder. Mary Cooper. Dorothy
riarTord and Olive Thomaa.
Contralto Mlaa Alleen Illxler.
Margaret Stowell, Charlotte lmhke.
Adelaide Shield, Laura McCollum.
Mary Hrlght and Helen Jamea.
Tenor K. Stanley Seder. Thorn
ton Urlght, Haatlnge Shields, Jack La
Praik. Frank Uwln. Joe McCanna.
Hassos Chester I.ce .Mortimer Ri
ley. Fred Calkins, lister Ilfeld. Jo
lah llrald. Ray McCann.. Kenneth
llulcomb. Ira Holdl, l4twrence U
Lackey and W. Rector llrashear.
Dr. and Mra. David R. Royd. Dr.
and Mrs. A. G. Shortle. Rev. and Mrs.
B, Alnnao Hrlght. Dr. snd Mrs. K. J
Alger. Prof, and Mrs. C. E. Ilodgln.
Prof, and Mrs. II. M. Barton. Mr. and
Mra. C. K. Uoldt. Prof, and Mrs. H. O.
Morlav. Mr. and Mr. R. F. Huttbln
eon, Mr. and Mra. J. I. Sedu. Rev. and
Mra. O. O. Heckman. Mr. and Mr. .
A. MalauB, Mr. and Mr, laaao Berth,
Judge and Mr. John II. M. Fie. Rev.
and Mra. thinning Hloom, Mr. nnd
Mr. Frederick Winn, Mr. and Mra.
Cbnrle J, Andrew. Mi. mid Mra. J.
R McCiillom, Mr. and Mr. II. II.
Hummond, Mr. nnd Mr. Ilugu
Mever, Mr. and Mr. W. It. Walton,
Prof, and Mr. V. A. Suvd.im, Mr. nod
Mr. K. K. Imbke, Mr. nnd Mra. F.
W. Iee. Mr. and Mr. K. C. R-x. Mr.
nnd Mr. Geo. Arnot, lr. nnd Mra. P.
R. Cornlah, Mr. nnd Mr. I'.vrou II.
Ivt Mr. nnd Mra. .lay II ill. On. Mr
and Mm. Frank Ijinlmm, Mr. and
Mr. K. II. Crlaty. Mr. and Mra. M. W.
Ftournoy, Dr. nnd Mr. J. A, lioldy.
Dr. nnd Mr. C. A Filer Prof, nnd
Mr. I. Ion K. Mitchell. Mr. ami Mra.
F. A. Kellh. Mr. nnd Mr, p A. Por-
terflcld, Mr. Mabel Strvcna-Himne,
"The Toyshop" Next Friday.
Friday, February 2. at 6 o elm k at
the Cryatnl tlieoler "The Toyshop"
will be given. Thin la an urniully
clever entertainment, all of the part
except that of the "Toy numer" beini!
taken by children.
As a eurtiiln-raiacr. "Ilia old Sweet
heart" will be a very plt'iixiiig num
ber. A bn helor 1 oliliviilxlng alioiit
hi many tweet henna imil nn he
aneaka of thi-m they appear before
Admlaaloti to tlila IntereallnR pro
gram la twenty-live cent a. Children
under twelve will be admitted for tin
The caat of chamctcra for the tw
number I a folio:
Ills Olil hwctlicarl.
Rachelor, Howard Fullerton; little
girl, Lou I He Treffer.berf. riding girl.
Naomi Louden; nurne, Adelaide
Shlelda: nrtt.i girl. I.outxe Low-her; ao
clety girl, Olive Thomaa; slimmer girl,
Dorothy SafTord; winter girl. Treas
ure Hnrtmeu: actreaa. Marjorlo Slow
ell: college girl, Jeaale Craig; bride,
Daddy Tackhnmmer, tne toymaker.
V- f - ;
k " e
i - 1 : a. :
Thoa. A. Cbrlatlan; k In Ihe Hi t, a
bud 'iin, T Reed Hinaon: Frit Stuip.
apliln of Tin Snbller. Teddy Itrnil
ford; Uriah! Kyo. a fairy, olive
II. mien; Grrtcheni Imported Dutch
doll, made in tleriil.i.y, Imrotliy Wr
rcn; llorlenae, n b.i Mode, Pnrlalan
1'eauly, May Hitwtlj.irne IjiiiIi; Speak
ing doll, 11 mil FS"l: Colonial doll.
I. olii Humbly; Slen'liig doll, Florence
lliinaon; Indian dVll, lmreen For
oier; llrlde doll, i M.irv LlKbtbuurn:
Ruby doll, Ciithetlne Walker.
Wax doll. Mart.irel Kinir, Klmn
I iKlitlHiurn, M.irK.ir. t 'In. leu, Waldo
Mer and Klisabcth Kltler.
Tin Koldicra. Inivlit Wynne, Paul
Mi Donald, Fred Hornby, William
Goodrich, Arthur Kverlll. Karl Pratt.
Punch doll. John I. Milne; Jap doll,
Lee Vanu: Sailor doll. Illchnrd Valin:
liver, i II ilirll. Hulpb I.i.m-1'; lienlleiiian
doll. Milo Itool; Teildv liear, Arnold
llradloril; Toy dog, William Harden.
Musical Club Charter Roll
The Tliuradiiy plornlng Mtmlcnl
club held ita flrat regular meeting
HiIm week nnd enjoyed a aplun.lld
plogruin, which haa set a high
iiamliird for succeeding programs.
The club will meet again the fourth
Thurndny of February and un Invi
tation Ih extended t anvone who
tvinhc to become an namicialo mi'm-l"-r.
A ruling wti paaaed to admit
ii n one during a number, and all
inembera who ore late will be fined
live (nt. The club hoc to nffil
iuie almrtly with the National I'eder
itlon of MiiKic clul.a. whl h la putting
- !. I 1 1 Tort juat now on the ad
lancemetit of American composers.
In l'' there will lie a biennial
convention In Los Angcle nnd the
federal Ion ha offered a prlxe of ten
thousand dollar for the bent opera
wrlMen by an American composer.
The charter memberahlp we com
pleted thla week and la aa follow:
Mia. I. I. Rradford. Mia ' lnuiae
Nichols. Mra. Roy Mclhmal'l Mr.
Frederick Winn. Mra. Mabel 8'evcn
lllmoe. Mlaa Marv McFle. Mlaa Rcrvl
Krnworthv. Mlaa Pauline Poatcl. Mi
Marie HlRgina, Mr. Kenneth Paid
rldne. Mr. Fred Metagar. MIh
in Gotham Divorce Suit
1IRS. ROBERT GOELET
Auto Show Over Si. Valentine
stunts this meek--- Washington's
Birthday next' -and Lent is steadily
Ossified Man and Fat Lady to
De Features of Unique University
Washington's Birthday Fete and Circus
With the pinna lor the vnrtoua aide
ahowa, vaudeville ntunta, etc., fullv
worked out, Ihe annual WnablnKton'a
Itlrtbdny fele given by the varalty
aludenta at Hie K ouoliiiHt building
next Siiiiirdiiy aft. I noon and eveiiuiK
promise to be the Iukkchi aiicceaa of
nil unii'i-aity fiiiu liona of the year.
The Wnahlngloit' lllrlhdiiy fete, It
Louise Thome, Mlaa Charlolto I'rnit.
.Mra. F. H. Schwenlker, Mr". J. W.
Wiimin. Mia. George KvcrlU. Mra. It.
M. llenderaon. Mra. F.dwurd Held,
Mra, II. Shinnick. Mr. Tom .liighea.
Jr.. Mra. G. Foremuti. Mr. R. W. D.
Ilryan, .Mr. It. It. Pollock, .Mrs. J.
Hloom, Mrs. J. Yrnaarrl. Sr.; Mr. J.
i . Schwenlker. Mra. J. A. llubbs,
Mr. F. K. Harden. Mlaa Mario
Hhlnn. Mrs. Chaa. While. Mra. S. II.
Miller. Mra. 1). li. Ijiiio, Mtc Chus.
Andrew. Mra. G. S. Mclriindre
Mr. Koaa Merrill. Mra. J. C. Hex.
Mr. II. S. liodcy, Mia Kathryn
Rehearsing for "Seven Days."
Itehearwila for the Klka" show,
"Seven Du" are rugreaeing nicely
and all who attend the performance
are promlaed an unusually gooi! uniQ
teur entertainment. The Innumer
able clever and humorous situations,
the many witty remark nnd Ihe con
fusion of unexpected circumstances
combine to keep something happen
ing every minute.
Next Monday night In St. Mitry'
ball, the Vouch Men' and Young
Women's Sodalities of the Immacu
late Conception church will give a
musical, a most attractive program
being In preparation.
At S o'clock in Ihe afternoon o
St. Patrick's day In the school hall
at tho Immaculate Conception school
the pupils will give an elaborate en
tertainment. New Tork. Feb H. Mutual friends
ff Mr. Robert Goelet. niunler of .ir,,.
'i-".fitl and director In many eorpo
rntlona. nnd hia wife, who recently
flled suit for divorce at Provident e.
R. L, have not yet given up hofie of
effecting a reconciliation. Tremen
dous Influence la being brought lo
near In an effort to h-ve the suit dla
continued, but If thla fail another
plan has been formulated to shield
Ihe principals from the public by hnv
Ing the case heard before a referee
In private. Thoa,. who care to know
may never read Ihe detnlla of Mr.
loelel'a charge of extreme cruelly.
Mr. C.oelct was Mint Klsle Whelen
of Philadelphia. They were married
June 14, tu4.
may bo explained, I an annual af
fair or the varsity's. In which all the
aiiipua Jokeslera and aclora unite
their efforts to produce n distinctly
original and humorous Indoor carni
val. It In something whl'h Is never
found In any but a collegiate per
foruiame, und for that reason. If no
oilier, la aiifflclenl to warrant the
support of the public. The proceeda
go into the treuaury of the Athletic
association, and are used for the
maintenance of athletics In the uni
versity The general plan of the fete Is based
on the principle of a good time for (
the spectator, and with this end In I
view, the various student organlna- (
Hons have choaen different phase of.
Ihe entertainment game, and have'
Worked up stunt along their icpuc
tlvc lines. ,
The Phi Mu aororlty, the Trl-Alpha
ond the Sigma Tau fraternities, the
Coyote club and the Freshman and
Pnphomnre classes have all worked
up Kitne clever Idea In the way of
aide ahowa, the exact nature of which,
however. Is being kept a secret until
the tlnio for the fete arrives. The
names of some of the stunts have
beet; made public, and Judging fiom
then; the a-ts themselves cannot be
anything but excellent. They are:
The Meteor, The M toeing Link, The
Foaaila, Including the Ossiried Man
and the Frt Lady, the Celestial ob
servatory, the Modern Art Galley, and
The Hull-Fresh man, Junior, Senior
and Normal clusees have taken charge
of the sale of edibles for the occa
sion. The alumni will also he repre
sented, though Just what their part
will be Is not yet known.
In addition to all theae a continuous
vaudeville, In which sl will take part,
will be presented. No more need be
said of thla, for Ihe ability of the var
sity aludenta aa aclora la well known.
The fete will conclude with a dunce,
ai which the elite of Albuquerque will
be much In evidence. The dunce la
the big event or the whole affair, and
will be well worth attending.
In prcvloua yeara. Invitation carda
have been Issued, thus limiting Ihe at
tendance. Thia w ill nut hu done I hi
year, und a general Invitation Is ex
tended to ull who are Interested In the
university, In athletics, or who enjoy
something novel In the entertainment
The Athletic association held an ex
citing election Thursday morning with
the lollowlng result a:
President. Lawrence R. Lackey;
vice president, Lucy Alexander; sec
retary-treasurer, W. II. Prober! ; fau
ltily member, Mis F.thel HlcUey;
truck manager, Leslie M. Harkeeas:
baseball manager, A. K. IeUHild:
foot bull tun linger, Harry Frunk.
I resident Hoyd returned Friday
evening from a trip through the
northern part of the atale.
Miaa Nellie Dean gave a Jolly Val
entine party thla afternoon In honor
r the dormitory girls. Various ex
propriate guinea were played and a
delicious lunch waa served. Gueata
besldca the dormitory girla were Miss
A lieu lloyd, Mian Ma) belle Williams,
Mlaa Delia Staler and Mrs. C. K.
On Wednesday, February ST.th, at
the Flrat Presbyterian church, a re
cital will be given by K. LeRcy Yott,
Violinist, assisted by Mury McFle, so
prano, and Mary Reryl Kenworthy,
pianist. Louise M. Nichols will be Ihe
The Mendelaaohn Concerto In K
minor I one of Ihe numbers an
nounced. The program will also In
clude a group of Mr. Yott a own com
position for violin and piano.
Auto Show Ends in Blaze of Glory;
Will Be an Annual Performance
The Auto show cioaed Thursday
evening In a bluxe of glory. There is
no doubt thai It will b an annual
event. Aa a sociul aa well as a busi
ness affair it was a huge success.
The exhibitor' booths were arllatli.
ally decorated ami attractively ar
ranged. There wet crowds In Ihvin
ull the lime looking with interest a
the I all models; a great many cars
were sold and the dealeis are unan
imously In tutor of repeating the per
(oiitiiimv every year.
Mlaa liladvs Mandell had the flower
booth decorated In a moat pleasing
iiiunner with palms und white bunt
ing and did a big floral business, a
puiiiculur drawing card being a bas
ket ol lovely flower, d (Terent each
evening, which were disposed of with
The pennant booth also did a great
deal of buslnea. A great many lug
pennuuta as well as the large Albu
ciuenpie nnd New Mexico pennants
Were Bold. Miaa Isabel Thorne vl
Juneshoro, Ark., has the classy lunch
basket and Mr. Hurry lonard la the
proud MarteMr of the auto lap-robe.
Mia Mandell and Mlaa llubbs owe
Ai I' as VJkft Titeaier.
Feb. 17 "Paying the Price.''
Feb. II Sarah Padden In
lavender and Old Lace."
Feb. 4. Klka' show "Seven
Feb. S7. "The Price, ftha
March I. Margaret llllngton
In "Within Ihe Law."
Knlghta nt Columbus dance.
Odd ' Fellows' hall, Tuesday
Sodality Musical a! St. Mary's
hall Monday evening, February
Glee Club Concert
1 at Presbyterian
day Fete at old
Store, February n,
Vnrsl.y Anniversary Celebra
tion. Rodey Hull, February 17.
"The Toy Shop" at Crystal
theater, February 20.
St. Patrick's I sy Fntertnln
ment. Immoculuts Conception
School Iin It.
Splendid musical program at
": p. W. at Congregational
church. Sunday, Waahlngtnn'g
Birthday. February J2,
All Sorts of Affairs for the
Social energy thla week haa been
largely devoted to entertaining Judge
and Mr. Ira fiothgerber of Denver,
who have been visiting Mr. Rothger
ber's parent. Mr. and Mra. Alfred
Orunafeld and Mra. K. A. Htonehill
of New York and Pari, who I tha
guest of her elater, Mra, Ivan Oruna
feld. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Fiernsrd
Ilfeld gave a Jolly "Twenty-one" party
in their honor. Hearts nnd Cupids
were artistically arranged for doco
ration and a delicious lunch was
Mrs. Ilfeld's guests were Mra. Roth
gerber, Mrs. Stnnehlll. Mra. E. J.
Alger. Mrs. L. C. Bennett, Mrs. M. W.
Flournoy, Mrs. Ben Jaffa. Mrs. II. U.
Jamlaon. Mrs. G. A. McLandrena, Mrs.
Rimm Merrltt, Mra. Seymour Lewlneoa,
Mra. Dave Koaenwald. Mm. F. P. Woy,
Mra. F.rneet Spits, Mrs. Albert Stern,
Mra. Albert Vuhs uf Bernalillo, Mrs.
Frank Wllaon. Mr. A. O. Waha and
Mr. Theodore Wootaey.
Tueaday evening Mrs. Ivan GrUns
feld gave a beautifully appointed din
ner in Taft hall at Ihe Alvarado ho
tel. Cover were laid for twenty
A huge bunch of many-colored
sweet peas formed the centerpiece for
the table. The affulr waa a particu
larly pleasant one.
Wednesday evening Mra. Krneat
Spits, 111 North Twelfth street, was
hostess at dinner. The repast waa de
llcloua and a very delightful evening
wua enjoyed by all the gueata.
Judge and Mra. Itothgvrber left
Friday evening for their home In Den
ver. Monday evening Vr. and Mra.
Mfred Grunafeld will depart fur New
York where they will be Joined by
Mlaa Hilda Grunafeld, and all Will go
abroad for acvernl month.
Mr. Stonehlll arrived Monday eve
ning and will be the gueat of her
alater, Mrs. Ivan Urunafeld, until the
la at of the month. A number uf In
formal affair ar being planned In
her honor for next week.
Mrs. McLaughlin's Euchre 4
Tin afternoon Mr. J. T. McLsugh.
Un gave the flrat of a series of parties.
It wua a delightfully enjoyable affair.
Six-handed euchre furnished exciting
amusement until time for refresh
ments which were perfect.
Red hearts In honor of the day and
rut flowers made attractive decora
tions. The gueits wers Mra. K. J. Alger,
Mrs. L. C. Bennett, Mrs. John l.e
Clark, Mr. Walter Cnnnell, Mr.
Frank Pooler, Mr. Arno Huning. Mrs.
J. Benson Newull, Mrs. Tom Danshy,
Mrs. Ben Jaffa. Mrs. U. S. McLnn-
(Continued on race Three.)
iT' i i ----irlis-w-ini-in.ruLn-ru en. -i.nnrt
their success lo Ihe enthusiastic as
alatunce given them by a number of
yo.ing ladie and aeveral of the young
Thursday evening the flower booth
presented to Mayor Sellers a large
automobile wheel banked with pink
and while carnation, in apprecia
tion of hi enthusiasm and untiring
effort, mainly responsible for Ih
great success of Albuquerque's first
A popular pluce st all limes wss
the attractive booth of Schuti and
David, where candy and drllcloii
drink were aold.
Th general effect of the decora
tion In the armory was magnificent
Hunting of many color brightened
with Innumerable electric lights of
various tint gave Ih whole a gay
and brilliant appearance.
Featurea of such evening were the
Don Carloe nix-puce orchestra, which
played delightfully; Mies Marietta
Pherburn, what ling soloist wuh ihe
Kdlson Phonograph company, whose
numbers were an unusual treat; and
some splendid elersuptlcon vltia
allows under the auspl.ee u the Good
Road auxx lalion.