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Tins EvniriTq mtilALD, 'albueus, n. it:, Saturday, February ii.imi.
(Continued I rum Pago One.)
JEFF THOUGHT HE WAS RUNNINO THE XtOAD.
BY "BUD"' FISHES
THAT1 VNI , T'i
tVtfX WftTJo.tKtU. t 40T T6 t5
HI NW rWO.tet
dress. Mm. ( Merrltt, Mr. Roy
McDonald. Mrs. Margaret Medler,
Mrs. Joseph Brown. Mrs. Dave Ros
en aid, Mrs. Hort Hklnner. Mrs. Ern
rat Spits, Mrs. Will Kprlttger, Mr. Rny
Kiimm, Mrs. Raymond Hmm, Misses
Elisabeth and Rctty Wllley, Mr.
Frank Wilson. Mix Irene Paint. Mrs.
A. O. Waha. Mrs. Florence P. John
ston. Mra. H. K. Puinry. Mrs. 1. A.
Mncpherann, Mra. o. N. Marron, Mra.
Hurry Owen, Mra. Al Frost, Mra. Ma
bel Htevens Hlmoe. Mr. Ira, Rothber
gcr. Mra. F. I. Woy. Mra. Wllaon
Kelm, Mra. fleymour Lewlneon, Mra.
Oeorge Arnot.' Mra. Ada Rlttnrl, Mra.
John Rorrodnlle, Mra. D. H. Cam a,
Mra. II. 11. Henlng. Mra. Edwerd
Held. XI r. J. II. Herndon, Mra. W. CI.
Hope. Mra. Max Nordhaus. Mra. E. IV
r"lsk. Mra. F. II. hwentker, Mra. J.
a iii.i.tf Vinrv ftront. Mra. E.
Edgar, Mra. Frank Lanham. Mra.
W U'vl.lr. Vra. It. ft. Pollock.
Mra. E. A. Mann. Mn. M. Msndell,
Mr A. It. Hi roup, Mra. H. McMillan,
Mra. Frank Tull. Mra. w. w. nirons,
Mra. A. J. Mnloy, Mra. Frank Hubbell,
and Mra. James Horner.
Thursdsy afternoon Mra. C. II. Ton.
ner entertained few friends at
tiiiwiBiint sewing narty. and aerved a
delicious and elaborate lunch. Her
tnblo wiib srtistleally decorated In rd
An enjoyable feature of lha ftfler
noon wa aovaral musical selection
played by their compoaer, Mrs. Ida
McCune Donovan. .
Monday evening Mra. Hodgln was
hostess at a very pleasant dinner In
honor of Mra. J. C. Ruldrldge, for
merly of thla city but now living In
Wis Angeles. The guests were Mr.
J. C. Ruldrldge, Mr. and Mra. W. W.
Strong and Mrs. Ada Illtiner.
The Ten flora are entertaining
their wives at dinner at the Alvnrado
hotel ttila evening, after which they
will all adjourn to lha home of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Heuben Perry at the Indian
school, and enjoy a a pedal prosram
tilled with several surprises which
have been planned especially for thla
I.nat evening a reception waa give"
at the Oold and Brosdwsy Church of
Christ In honor of Rev. and Mra J.
Madison Williams of Dea Molne.
Inwa. who are visiting their son. Rev.
Kermon F. Williams.
Rev. J. Madison Wltllama will hold
revival aervlcea at the church neat
The eighth trade puplla celebrated
Lincoln's birthday by wesrlng cos
tume appropriate to the time in
which he lived. There waa no set
program but several musical num
bers were rendered and a clever lltt las
Oranfcld Anniversary Event
Thursday evening one of the most
enjoyable snd elaborate events of the
season took nlacj. when Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Orunsfeld celebrated their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
The guests gathered at o'clock M
the Alvnrado hotel and soon after
they entered the dining room to the
strain of Mendelssohn' Wedding
March played by the Cavanaugh
Fuhrmyer orcheatra. There a dinner,
which wna a triumph of culinary art
was served, while I he orchestra plsyed
Vtar Spangled lianner" in honor of
Lincoln lilr'hduy, and other aelec
tree-oration were very effective. A
rofuion ut roses, carnatlona and
heart a. Intertwined with aiollai and
ferns, significant of the wedding day
were arranged most artistically.
At midnight the guests adjourned
to the Alfred Orunsfeld home on West
t'entrul avenue, where dancing was
enjoyed until enrly.
There were sixty-five guests pres
deception for the New Bishop
and Hi Wife.
(ne of the really Important affair
of the week waa the reception given
Momluy evening at the home of Br.
(1. I iirooka by Ht. John a parish In
honor of Hlahop and Mra. rrederlck
A profusion of pink and white car
nations and roses madn the flawing
room and library fragrant, while In
the dining room there were sweet
peas. Stnllax waa featooned from
the chandelier to the corners of the
rooms. A huge bowl of sweet p"
aurroiinded by a wreath of smllag
and scattered flowers made love'r
centerpiece for the table, which wag
set with beautiful silver ena cut
glnss. and brightened with ahadvd
The Piinond orcheatra furnished
pleasing music throughout the even
lug. Mra. !rooka was assisted In
Introducing Itlshnp and Mra. How
den by Archdeacon and Mrs. War
ren. Mrs. K. R. Edirar and Mrs. W.
Y. Walton were In the dining room
nnd Ht. Mnranrel's fluild serd the
lovely refreshments. Mr. Rsymond
Vlamm and Mrs. K. J. Alger presided
at (ha punch bowl.
tithers aaaleilng were Mr. and Mr.
John Milne. Mr. and Mra. Theodora
Wrtolnev. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Keen,
Mr. und sirs. George Klnck. Mrs
Frederick Winn. Mrs. O. Travere.
Xlra. T. Jenka and Mr. Amado Cha
ves. A Cupid Party.
The t'hrlsilan Endnavor aoclely ot
Ihe Lutheran church gave a "Cupid
Tarty" Wednesday evening February
11 at the Ilerger home, (It North
Fourth street. The house wsa art-
Istlcalty decorated with hearta and
rupiila and a program of tames suit
able to the ticc.ialon waa aucceaatnlly
carried nut. A heart hunt, plering
heart and comic valentine furnished
plcnijr of amusement. Mia Maud
Mill prowd herm-lf an expert as a
"mender of hearts" whlla Joe
ft brother was most su ren.ful In piec
ing comlu vsientlnea. There were also
TMV TweofttTTM CtNTvn.-
lss- ft sa- 'ar --- at
"fortune hearta" through which
everybody learned ahat Dan Cupid
had In afore fur them.
Much merriment was caused when
these were read aloud. 8everal well
rendered musical numbers by Miss
Helen Ooeta and Mr. Howard Mann
were greatly enjoyed.
Those present were Meedame Hlt
tnrr, Muenaternisn, Ooets, Hruwn.
Steiner, Keefer, Nelson and Rerger;
MUwi Lillian Hchroeder, Helen
Coets, Olga Loken, Marie Faulson,
Charlotte Westerfeld, Helen M My,
Irene Johnson, Klale Rerger, Msude
Htill, JulI""Zieler. tJraie Albright,
Htella rVhrelber, Klla Albers, Marian
Keefer, Elisabeth Schuelrc Helms
Kraeiner, and Laura Kraemer:
Messrs. Keefer, Muensterman, Rltlner,
8lch'r, Rev. 8chue1er, Merrll
Ketchem, Frank Fogg, (ieorge Kt ill.
Walter Rsahe, Kdgar Von Keaaler,
Carroll Johnson. Kilgur fa ma, Arthur
Westerfeld, Merton ' ewla. Walter
Berger, Howard Mann, Jospi-h Schrel
ber, E. K. rttriner, and II. A. Ronln
Znijthti of Fythiat Jubilee.
Mineral tdge No. 4. Knighta of
Pythias have completed an imposing
program for their flolden Jubilee,
A general Invitation has been aent
to other I'ylhian lodgea In the slate
and many delegates will be here for
the event. A part of the celebration
which will be open to the public will
be held In the Kike' theater and the
program for It follows:
Music Dlmond Orcheatra,
election Dlmond Orchestra.
Address, "Friendship" H. C. Mil
Quartet "A uld Lang Myne."
Addresa, "Charity" R. D. L. Me
election Dlmond Orchestra.
Address, "Renevolence" Jeo, 8.
It'iartet "Kentucky Rabc."
"Voul Polo. "An Irish Love Bong"'
Mr. AJa Pierce Winn.
Address, "Pythlanism" Oeo. W.
Prlchsrd. P. O. C.
Closing Ode Knight and Audi
ence, Committee on Arrangements L. W.
Oalle. H. O. Miller. A. H. Slak. H. R.
Cnnell. Oeo. Arnot. CO. Cushmsn.
i. M McKee, J. K. Flder. E. D. Klsk,
W. W. Rowers. M. V. Vigil. C. ft. nib
son, C. L Rerndsten, F. V. Lanham.
Oltb'era rf fwdden Jublliyi f 'rfc-hratliiri,
H. H. Connell, chanclor com
mander. W. W. Bower, vice chancellor com
mander. C. O. Cuabman, prelate.
M. 17. Vigil, master of escheiuer.
C. L. tlerndston. master of arm.
Knigti to oTvTlJance.
The Knights nr Coluinlms will give
a dance Tuesday evening at o'clock
In Odd Fellows' hall following their
regular meeting. All knights and
their ladlrs are Invited.
Signma Tau Dinner.
l-st evening the Kignia Tau frater
nity house waa Ihe scene of sn In
formal dinner given by the fraternity
to members of the faculty und their
wive and to mothers of Plgm-i Tau
members. Plut-cs were laid for ihlrty-
two. A tasty diuner was served by
certain members of the f rater nit.,
whose lot It was to wait.
After dinner music was the chief
entertainment. The fraternity or-
Uhestra and quam-t st ailed things
with some popular music and they of
fered their best. Mrs. liarton, wife of
the professor of mathematics, sang ft
number of beautiful selections, among
them "My Lsdilie." and "La Malt
nsta." Mra. Ilanon baa a rare olce
and sinus with grrst feeling and
(harm. Htsnley ed"r Ihen p'aved
two auinlHir, his rendition of Uwii-
ska "liuinoresiiiie" being siieclslly
Ssepreclaled. Hubert Resell than
i w s r n ar ' . its,
aaaaaajBgayiaWBB e-ifi it iBBalaMBaajastaaja is-iBWBBMas
i .w ii niislist iaawiiiriisi'iaiSBa
sung, and Reg RraHhenr, both chooa
Ing Carrie Jacobs-Rond songs. The
closing selections were of a lighter
vein. Reg Rrashear'a "Rnrher 8hop
Cut" with guitar accompaniment will
. The Invited guests wer; fr. and
Mr. Royd nnd Miss Royd. Prof, and
Mr. Horigtn, Dr. and Mra. Ration.
Prof, and Mr. Huydam, Prof, and Mrs.
Morley. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Walker,
Meitdames few ell, HI sains, Phuffle
barger, Ijine, and Mr. Km -y Davis.
The guests report ft mot pleasur
able evening. Congratulations are due
lite fraternity houe mother, Mrs.
Frssle. for her pretty though simple
dining room decorations and excellent
Chalk Talker Fopular.
Mrs. Maud Rreene. Iceum lecturer
snd chalk-artist of International fame,
arrived In Albuquerque Thursday
evening and will be here for several
days st the home of D. A. PorterfU-ld
and Pitt Ross.
Friday Mr Clreene gave five, talkg
In the schools and waa enth'"1nstlcal
ly received and applauded upon each
.undny afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
Albuqupru.ua high school, under the
auxpices of the CiliKena' league, Mra.
tlrecne will give a lecture with Illus
trations, which will be of Interest to
fit liens especially.
This afternoon at the Presbyterian
church the Woman'a Christian Tem
perance I'nlon gave ft Francla Will
aid Memorial program. Mra. Orecn
waa the chief speaker and there were
several delightful musical number.
It la a. reat treat to hear Mr.
Greene, fiho ha made quite ft name
for herself In F.nglanti ss well a In
thla country. She works rapidly with
either or bof.i hands, talking all the
time, and as she talks pictures of rare
beauty, cartoons, humorous sketches
snd artistic scene are unfolded to
the view of the sflmirlng audience.
W. C. T. U. lUfal Conte.t.
An Intertilling event took place
lust evening at the Congregational
church. It was an oratorical con-
tci rr a silver mcdut offered by thn
local branch of the Woman's Chris-'
Han Temperance union. The stu
dents of the l:lo Orsnde Industrial
school coinpett d -for the medal.
The program follows:
Opening song by the glils of 1h
Harwood r hoi I.
8,'rlpture reading and prayer.
Music by Mennul school orcnestr.t.
The Man of the Hour," by 1,0'ime
Mrs. Minor's fftory,' by Mi'I'da
"The Iteison Why," by Jose 8hv
dra. Roys' Chorus "My Heart's In the
"A Modern Tyranny." by Amndo
A Modern Alamo.' by Joe ICspl-
'I reaking the Iad," by Isabel C. b-
"The Court of Ijist Appeal.''
by lxircnn 8a las. -
.Music by the . Menaut school or
Chslk Tslk. by Mr. Msude I
Awsrd of medal.
the Clubi and Other
At a hiiaineas aesslon of the Mod
ern Woodmen before (he dance
Nclshhor Charles E. Hind was choe-
en deb-gate and Neighbor W. II Iing
alternate to the state convention to
be held at Rnewell, N. M.. May
Several candidates were Inlitiitrd.
The Royal Neighbor In ret jlar e.
sion Initialed a number of new mem
ber and aelerted committees to rum-
.fii-ie arruuiiemeiil tor In entertain-
meit of lha drteirntes to I be state
f-1 AlAIT tlltg TOU.Ht.UCK rfT.
I VlsKlaiiOOK t-VCTOeAiV.Uf "lieT 1
I AO MisuTe US IT TfeAB, MtRt, fe6 Jtfi I
1 A4.in t, &rrpV- euw twNt
a T s
- - ' :,.-l ' . . '.Z.
Three Lines : Three
li5B".00 l-ronm modern pebble, dash; east front; lawn, shade,
7alks, fruit trees; easy terms. Fourth ward,
MOXi:V TO MIAN
JOHN IX. X3.00RE BEALTY. CO. "
Established 111. Incorporated 1101.
Phone) 10. lit West Onld) As.
NOTICK OF Sl'IT.
In the District Court of Rernsllllo
County, Htate of Ne Mexico.
Klla Cornelia C. Uuree, I'lalntlff,
J. J. Garee, Defendant.
To above named Defendant:
Tou are hereby notified that suit
hag been filed against you by the
plaintiff, wherein the anld pluintiff
pray for an absolute divorce on the
ground of failure to support.
Tou are further notified thnt un
less you enter or csuse to be entered
your appearance In the District Court
of Bernalillo County, Htate of New
Mexico on or before the 2lat day of
March. Kit, Judgment by default will
be entered against you.
A. K. WALKER.
Clerk of District Court.
Attorney for the plaintiff. Thou. N.
Wilkerson. Poitofllco address. Whit
ing building, Albuquerque, New Mex
ico. camp which meets her March IS.
Excelsior lodge No. 1, Degree of
Honor, gave a delightful and entirely
successful aurprlse party on Mrs.
William Bowdich. Friday afternoon.
High five provided enletiulnment,
the tally cards were heart, end Mr.
Louise Schick, who won the first
prise, waa given a dainty hnnd
lis luted valentine, while Mr. Cath
erine Fisher was consoled with a
deck of soiled card... rv'tclous re
freshments were sc.'voA and a Jolly
t.ma enjoyed by nil
Those present vere Mtsdnmrg
Catherine Fisher, Aul'a McCaffrey,
Mnttle fllowell, Arn Hamee, Louise
('chick. Eleanor Jackson, Fay Hmall
Xfary P. Hall, Anna Khoup. Mary E.
fthufflehargrr, Miirtb.i Cntilk. BuelU
D.ivenport, Jennie 'Ioughlln, llan
na Lowe, Hasel Lowe, Anna Row
dlch, Dan Miller. Joseph Rowdlch.
Wltllk-n and Adele l.oe and Junior
Rowdlch. Catherine llarsrh.
The Choral so. iety had another
splendid and Interesting meeting
Tuesday evening at the I'renbyterlun
church. There were several m-
member present and all are looking
forward rnthintnsii',iliy to the nci
The Tueaday cluh r.iet this week
will! Mr. Max Nnrdhaua and enjoyed
the fcllolwng program:
Current Events Mr A.' p. Htroup.
Class Htudy French l'aliillng in
the Hixteenth, Meenteenth and Klub
teenth Centuries - Mrs. John Milne.
Character Hketch luude I-oraln;
Mra. A. K. Walker.
The next meeting will be with Mra
A. E. Walker.
The Tostal Clerks' Auxiliary was
delightfully entertained Thursday by
Mrs. Wilbur IVikltiM. cowing oicu
pled the first part tf tbe Afternoon
and wss followed hy a lunch.
Members present wer,, Mrs. John
Cook, Mrs. C. K. O rtre, Mrs. F. .
Kensdy, Mrs. Harry liiKrop, Mrs
(O'ltlniuc,! on I'SkO Iur.)
ie-; , -
ye wo (two
MARRT Hundreds of wealthy mem.
bera will marry soon; descriptions
free. Grace Hyde, 8-341, Haa Fran
FOR CARPET cleaning, furniture
and atovg rpalrlng W. A. Qoff
MARRY If you are lonely. The Re
liable Confidential Huccessful cluh
ha large number of wealthy, eligi
ble members, both sexes. wlshli.g
enrly marriage. Description free.
Mrs. Wrubel. Rox 2. Oakland, Cal.
.Mention Albuuerque Evening Her
ald when writing.
Hlluhl REIAIRINa--auaranteed re
pair work on men's and women'
shoes. Roots and shoes mode to or
der. F. T. Ferro, Trimble' office.
North Hecond atreet.
MARRT Thousand Wealthy Call
fornlana want to marry. Rig list
free. Mission Unity II, Han Frsn
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN Monsy advaaced
to railway and other employee on
alarlea or household goods, without
removal. L'nlou Loan Co., ovr Flrat
Last wilt and testament of Vene
randa Oriego de Outlerrex, deceased.
To Nutivldad Outierrex y Ofimiuno
'Juti.rres. executor. Rogaciana lu
tierrc d, Zumora, Justlniuno (lutler
res, Domltilla Oullerres d" Osrclu.
M.ix'.mlluno tliitlerrrx. Jr.. Renjiimlna
HuMerres de Haeu, and to till whom
It muy concern:
Tou ht, hereby notified that the al
leged last will and testament of Ven
eranda Orlego de Outierrex. de eased,
late of the county ,jf Rernallllo and
statu of New Mexico, has hern pro
duced snd read In the probate court
of the county of Rernallllo. state of
New Mexico, on the ltltli day of Feb
ruary. 1911, snd the day of the- prov
ing of said alleged biat will and testa
ment was by order of the Juda of
said court thereupon fixed for Tues
day, Ihe 17th day of March, A. I.
114. at 14 o'clock in the forenoon of
Ulven under my hand and the seal
of thla court, thlc 10th day of Febru
ary, A. D. 114.
(Meall A. F- WALKER.
roi M HUJO.
On Monday. Ihe lath day of Feb
ruary, llll, at 10 o'clock a. ni., in
front of the city Jail, I mill sell one
Hunt colored buckskin horse, about 12
years old, will weigh about t0
pounds, white on forehead, mane cut
between ears, saddle marks on buck:
slso one dark brown horse about t
yesra old, will weigh about tou
pounds, white stripe on forehead, al)
four feet white, while spot on bit
side, brunded on left thigh, saddle
mark oa bark.
. . City Marshal.
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H0 MX MAet
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Times : Three Dimes
FOR SALE vroom modern
house, close In, Lowlands, only
12.000. Easy terms.
J. It. I'KAK.
111 West Central.
Phono lS. 4
WANTED .Representative for our
firm, one that is Interested In fruit
growing preferred, for our high grade
Colorado grown nursery stock. Den
ver Nursery Company, 4100 W. 4tn
Ave., Denver, Colo.
WANTED Male Help.
MAKE 1100 MONTHLY writing mov
ing picture ploya In spare time.
Experience unnecessary. Particulars
FREE. Perrln Jordan, Wilkea-Uarre,
WANTED HEIP Female.
MAKE 1100 writing moving picture
play In (Pare time. Experience
unnecessary. Particulars FKKE. Per
rln Jordan, Wllkos-Uurrc, I'a.
AO K NTS New putented Vacuum
washer. Washea clothes without
hard labor; goo per cent profit.
Writ for ear, pie and exclusive ter
ritory. Lurts, till D. D., Ashland
HALKHM KN to sell new educational
specialty to boards of educution.
No prttlous experience neceseary;
liberal . propusitlnii. I'nlon School
Furnishing company. 1034 W. Van
Huren Ht., Chicago, III,
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED Wc buy old gold and all
ver jewelry. Bennett's. 1118. ind.
WANTED finali second-hand safe.
Address P. O. Box 3k I. City.
For Ewle Jliscelianeoai
Foil KALE -Has rango in good con
FOR HALE A few tons br.om corn:
cheap. Apply 110 Kouth Hound
street'. J. M. andoal, per F. J. Uur
FOR SALE Antoraobiles.
full SAI.l'. 4'i h'iw poKer aulomo
bile. Call lit N. 12th Ht.
TAKT a mall order butineas of your
own. We show you how. Plan
sent Kit HO. i. Jordan Co., Wllkea
LtiST l'h siil.in's electric headllsbl,
four feet electric curd attached,
suitable reward If hft at Dr. Hope'
K'l Ml air u luens guUliiiel
gloOes; flneer may recover by
pr.ivliur propertjr to Ambrosia HuUs
sar. Wustern I'nlon office and paying
for till advertisement
W. M. SHEEIDAN, 1L D. ,
Practice Limited to
CEXITO-IIUNAKY MhEASES i
DISEASES OF THE SKIX.
The Waasemuin and .Nogui IU Tratg.
Salvarsan "tot" Administered.
Cltlsen Bank Building.
Albuquerque fiew Mexico
A. I). SHOIITLE, M. It,
lractii Uiititcd to TubrcuIoJa
Olllce Hour t to 4 p. m. ,
t2t Vw West Central.
Albuquerqu fianltarlum Phono 141.
DBS. TULL & BAKES
SpectellMta Eye, I-ar, Nose, Tliroftti
citalo KaUonal Hank IMtlc
BOLOMON 8. I1VRTOX, M. D.
ItilsloUn and Surgeon.
Residence, 10 Houth Waiter Btroet.
Office, Barnett Bldg., Phono HT.
iil j. Kjt-irr,
Room and I, Barnett Bldg. OveC
O'Rlvlly'g Drug; Store.
(Appointments mad by mftIL)
4 PAI'Ii B. MOORE 4
4 ' Connultlng Mining; ng4ner, 4
4 KxaniiiiatliMai ami Itcportjt.
4 Rooms 11-14, fro in well itknk. 4
Full RENT 8ix rooms. modern
house. Apply of owner. 114 No.
1 Ut I'.ENT t room house, modern.
large sleeping porches, 2i I'.. Kil
ter. Inquire Sii Ho. llroadway.
FOR RENT 3, 4, 5 and t room
modern houses. Close In. W. II.
MtMilllon, 211 West Uold.
KOU RENT Five-room modern, fur.
Bished brick cottage; sleeping
porch, steam heat and all conven
ient eg. Addi.ss 8. F. W.. I. O. Bug
:,!. Phone llil.
FOR RENT ILoomi.
Ki ii RENT Two room for light
housekeeping, all modern; 617 Bo.
Furnished Honses for Rent.
Full KENT Furnished. 3. 4. 6 room
co u a mm. Modern ami like, W. 11.
Mc.MII.loit, :il West Gold.
ALL KINDS, both new and aecoad
hand, bought, sold, rented and re
paired. Albuqurrii Typewriter Kg
rhanis. Phono 144. Ill W. Uold.
FOR BALK Oliver typewriter, good
as aew, lii.OU. 121 West Cloid. 1UU0
Try a HERALD wait Ai