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Our 'l ft Imil Dorothy Dig ear the
Woman Hti"niU of Hit' limn ulic lc
IihI In" ho f Itcgtslcr, Kuiil
iM'nrl. IIiIIomsjiIm -r mihI slate. IHr
otMjr lx might have added that, fall
ing o Im an kthii of I MM mm li
mMcr, m Yivniagp of l.ouo In oilier
respects nn mifliit.
TIh milim of m-tkm lrlgv dTi-r
will m xi-r demand nit right lour ilny.
Mimic ) will not hnf everything hut
II will lii) ciisritlilng lliai i!m k k
til money t un I.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914.
v.... S i
WK HAD a resonahly ronvlnc
Ina demonstration lam night
tit Al b u q u c r q u eg trua
tfliiiiilliiK aa a "shew town," In the
number and character ef tho audl-
nee which cume In see Margaret ll
lingion In -Within the Taw." ll haa
been auiiU by theater managera anil
others lhat Albuquerque Kill nut
"lurn out" for the lit attraction
which require large guarantees ui
large percentages; and that therefore
the theuler cunnol arrord lo take
The fulhicy f this ii demonstrat
ed last nlghl to Ota aatlsfuctlon of
the moat tlinld mnnnger. There la
a bin investment In Ihe Elk" building
It ought to be a paying una. The
theuler Itself ahould lie a paying In
vestment without the rest of the
building. There are many people, in
fuel, one mint l any every one of lust
lilght audience, w ho believe with
nttrai'ltona of the Margaret lllington
luxa. the IheHter could be made rx
tremtdy Independent and very profit
able, tf coursev, one duea nol ex
pect t'.-.o management to bring at .lie
thing na good aa "Within the Ij-w"
every few days; in fnot there are very
few aa Rood attraction In the coun
try. -Within the Law" la held by
imtny people- lo hiive been the boa.
play ever presented In Albuquerque,
nnd certainly It ranke na one of the
lew lop-iioii'bera In the hlxtory of tho
There In no nee In giving a descrip
tion of the play. It ha lieen de-
rilx-il enough. Nor la th re ue In
lelliiiK of the powerful mlint of Mlaa
III, mill. n nnd her aplendid iiipori.
The whole organization la perferl.
and a a every aeat In Klka theater
na filled Inat nlaht. a lurge er
reitliige of the pruplr of Albiiquer
que heard graphic deaorlpliona of It
at the hrenkf-ial tabic Ihla tnornlns.
-Wlihin the Ijiw" la grnit. and ao ,
MIh lllingion nnd every member of
her brilliant aupportlns componv.
Hut t r!urn to our muttonn. M'.aa
IMItiptoii'g i iniipnny la nlmoet the
TiihI tiln'tl nttrnrtlun we - have
Una in Albiuitierqlie Ihla winter. And
uoiltuft knom a ave liud our
bare of bad onea. f'ne wondera
Jut what the i:ik theater manage
ment ron !1 have been thinking of In
i:; lit n r aurh thlna na "The till! tn
the TjxI" und oihera of the anme and
k.r rlriHN. It ha been awful.
Albuquerque will auppoit at lenat
me good iheatrli-al aura, lion every
week. The amlienre Iwt night w aa
not a ilreaa-up audience. It i
repreaent:tlie; thoroughly o, for It
liii luiled people from exery walk of
life. It showed Juki how ready our
people are tn apend tnelr money for
And I be management of the Elk
theuler knowa full well that we lire
tired upending our money for rotten
tblnr; na eviib-nre "The f'rlee Hhe
I'abl" which hud an advance aele of
111 nnd didn't perform. They any it
wna a fully god company, at that,
ttut we hod been fooled nnee too of
ten, lllington'a name drew the crowd
If the management of the F.lka
theater Will beallr Itaelf for next
aenjion and ftlgn aome big thing,
teaeonnbly good thlng and fill In
Willi fair to mediocre thing, Albu
querque will gmiranlee to provide the
TH0MA3 ELMORE LUCEY
AT ELKS THEATRE
The Htinl Fa reading rmuna ar
offerini another aplendid attrartinu
at the Rika theater tomorrow. Bun
liy night. In the appearance of
Thomii Klmore Lucey, poet, artor.
aoiig humorlal, who worka under the
pleaalng program eubject, "A Night
In a I'oet'a WorkKbop."
Kvery one In the nilddle weat
knowa l.ucey and hua been faaclnalfd
wlih hi niarveloua work.
Knur different burraua handle hl
hualnea and It haa been found tin
pooalble to fill hi date. The 4e
nund for hia work la ao great that he
I obllKi'd tn lake a month off for
rct, and It la the good fortune of
the employe thiit he think the beat
rent he ran get la on the Haiila F at
the rcmlmg room.
Mr. l.ucey la a muafr of many ar
compllahment. Pjnger, lmperona
tr crayon artlat, actor, reader, lec
turer, he embodiea a wonderful ver
aillliy, and miilupllea hlmaelf iiMny
Lucey'a 'Mlourl Mule" hua rap
tured thn rounlry. When that mule
kb ka there will drop a rnoat valua
ble b'aaon into everyone' itnnd, and
liniim a guiding principle for re
hewed effort and grander character.
For a variety of enterlitlnment,
rollege glee rluba will be emirely out
ll.inm'il by the rendition of l.ucey.
Ix.nl mlaa the "Mlanouil Mule"
from ebarinlng St. Loiila.
The udiih) houae rule govern ad
minion of Ihn grneral public.
AS SECRETARY TO
'Like a riaalilug diamond ts !un
Claw ford, the African missionary.
grass,, emsxJ .'t-V
By JEAN HUBES.
when he put pen lo paper or openg
hi nmuth In public apeech." i aya
one of the moat brilliant of news
paper men, of the lecturer who la to
addreaa an Albuquerque audience at
the 1-ead avenue Melhodlat churrh
on the evening of March 17.
Horn on the river t'lyde In Scot
land, an active, fun-loving. Inqulal
llve boy. nn Inherited pulmonary
trouble drove him from hia atuillca
and hia home lo ',.k a mllu.T cli
mate. He chnte Africa, and in her
wild and unexplored wlldernraa he
found the balmy atmoaphere which
gave hi in a new eae of life. Ill
remnrknble facility In acquiring a
new- language found ample oppor
tunity for development in the eludv
nnd uae of the different tongue and
dialect which he learned lo apenk
In hi Intercourae with the native
In the carrying out of hia theory
Ihnt In order to rightly approach the
African conaclence he muat become
na thoroughly Identical with Africa
na poaaible, he took ftie poattlon of
private Rerretnry ,o a native chief.
n poult im which aome traveler have
declared wna practically that of a
lave. The elory of hi adventure
and nchlevemrni la more fnaclnat
ing than the life of Allan Quarter
main, been ue It all actually hap
pened. And Prawford like America. It
nnye, ' the beet thing I have found In
America la the luck of emphnnl on
eciHrinniain. I have epoken In
many a church witnouf iteing told
wliat denomination It belonged to
and without having any I a aa to
Ha ecclealaatical fellow ahtp."
f all the dintincttve group that
he ha met In America Mr. Crawford
aeema to be fondeat of the enllego
ntudent. particularly when he ran
take time enough to lonf In their fra
ternity houne an.d eatabllnh point of
contact with lb t intent roneclouf-ne-.
Ilia experience and prowcaa
na a hunter In the Jungle conatllul
an effective m'liM of appruuch to
voting men. At Hronn university he
had a royal reception, the atudeqti
lining tip ua he went away and giving
him the college cheer.
lie la taking many nnte of Ameri
can life a he go- about, and aome
of I hem may ultimately appear la
another bunk from hi pen. The
qliUknca of hie Intuitive powers en
able him to graap apei-dlly the
meaning of thinga ihnt are distinc
tively American, both In apeech and
in action, while hi keen aenae of
humor permit him to derive a deal
f pleasure from the novelties which
he encounter. He wna quietly chuck
ling the other day over the rharac-
crlatic Ano-rifun expreaaion. "Deliv
er the good." "! like ft." he anid. and
hia face lit up with one of hia Irre-
Wc hope the atudenta of our own
I'nlvernliy will be able to take ad
vantage of thla opportunity to ee
and hear one of the greatest of mod-
NOTES OF THE
iF.nvnxo contest tomc.iit.
Thla evening In the Presbyterian
church the annual debate between the
Cnlverslty of New Mexico and the
New Mexico Agricultural college will
lake place. The public la cordially In
vited. The aubject to be debated is "That
Congress In lis present Be salon Adopt
a Minimum Wage I .aw fur Women
nnd tllrls Employed by the Indusirlea
Which Kngage In Interstate Com
merce." The N. M. A. C. team haa
the affirmative and the I'. N. M. team
the negative aide of the question.
The Judgea will be Mr. Nelll II.
Field. Mr. (leorge B. Klock. and Judge
F. A. Mann.
The X. M. A. C. team will consist
of Misa Tlnih Hay. Mr. Edward Whar.
ton, and Mr. Kb hard lluevens, w ith
Mr. Caspar Ilea as alternative, and the
following student will deiutte for the
university: Messrs. Leslie M. Ilurk
nesa, Frederick Myron Calkins, and
William J. Higglns, with Mr. Helen
James as alternative.
The rolloaing musical number will
"Awake With the Lars" Pert erf
I'. N. M. Chorua.
tlirl' Oleo Club.
Dr. fiavld K. Boyd will apeak at
Vespers tomorrow, hia subject being,
Miss Margaret Franklin will sing a
soln and the vernier choir will render
"Hut the Lord Is Mindful of His Own"
(St. Paul) by Mendelssohn.
The V. X. M. catalogue for 114
1 la being prepared by the catalogue
committee. Mine K. A. Ilickey, Ir.
C. T. Kirk. "and profearor C. K. non
net and will be ready for mailing b
the last of the month.
Mr. and Mrs. Noa llfeld have re
turned from a four month' eojourn
In the east.
I Miss Catherine Strlckler arrived
Monday evening and will make an In-
.and Mrs. W. S. Ntrl kter.
Misa Fitna Mautey of tnta Fe la a
houae gueat of Mra. Max Nordhuus.
Some Pleasant Social
PEIJI.IITI I I, lFOnML MNXF.Il.
Mr. M. t. fhadlionrne gnve one
of her delightful dinner parties
Thursday evening The affnlr was
quite Informal and entirely enjoyable.
Her guests were: Mr. nnd Mrs
Harold H. Jamison, Mis Barbara
Johnson. Miss Catherine Ktrlckler,
Miss Flleen McMllleu, Mr. Ilobert
Ueltx. Mr. In 1'. Johnston and Mr.
Lawrence F. Ie.
PLKASAXT 0K (ITUKV
Mra. P. O. Cornish, 122 Houlh Wal
ter street, gnve a particularly enloy
able luncheon Thursday In honor of
Mia Kdnn Masaey of Santa Fe, and
Mra. T. Hiuher or Hlllaboro.
Her table was attractive with on
Immense bunch of beautiful yellow
Jonquil In a graceful basaet.
The guests Were Miss IMmt Massey,
Mrs. T. Hucher. Mrs. Fred Kent. Mrs.
Max Nordhatl. Mts. W. S. Hopewell.
Mrs. T. 8. Woolaey. Mrs. Wcoige
Slmma. Mrs. It. W. P. Hryan. Mra.
Ivan tlrunsfeld. Mr. K. J. Alger and
Mra. It. It I'ollock.
.MHH. Mi LAI fillLIX SI ItHIUsKH.
Thursday evening Mrs. J. T. Mc
taughlin was delightfully surprlaed
by a few friends. Auction nnd lovely
refreshments made the -T.iir particu
Those who were present were: Mrs.
Mnrgurel Medlcr. Mr. Joseph Hrown.
Mrs. lleorge SI mm. Mrs. Amnd
Chaves, Mrs. James Honor, Mrs. J.
K. Saint. Mra. F. I'. Woy.
Mits. ((iwm nosTivss.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. V. H.
Conner enlertnlneo a few oung la
dles at a very delightful affair. Auc
tion was played, alter which an ex
ceptionally delicious lunch was
served, and u Jolly time wis enjoyed
by nil who were there.
The guests were Mrs. Henry Coors,
Mrs. Tom Wilkernon, Mrs. lleorge
Talor. Mra. Hcrt Skinner. Mmse
Maybelle and Lore Lovelace, Mm)
HcHtrlce Hill and Misa Jcnn Huhhs.
I HIST OF
Mils, w ti.i;tovs
Mrs. Charles Wellington. South
Third street, gave the rlral of a series
of partiea Thursday afternoon.
Fumy work and gay conversation
were followed by a very delightful
lunch and all apent a particularly en
The rooms were decorated with
beuuiiful, fragrant potted plants.
Mra. Wellingtons gueaia were: Mr.
John W. Wilson, Mra. J. 11. Hannum.
Mra. J. W. Hall. Mr. Sydney Hockeit,
Mra. N. A. Hardamnn, Mra. len
J-eaih. Mrs. T. J. Johnson, Mrs.
lleorge lioollttle. Mra. W. II Copc
lund. Mrs. ilvron Ives, Mra. Fred
Nohl, Mrs. II. J. Tompkins and Misa
News of Albuquerque
Friday afternoon the Woman'a club
held annual election of officers. The
results follow :
President. Mr. J. II. Wroth; first
vice president, Mrs. John W. Wilson:
second vice president, Mrs. W. W.
Sirong; secretary, Mra. Keuben Perry;
corresponding secretary. Mrs. J. A.
Miller: treasurer. Mrs. Fred Metxgar;
assistant treaaurer. Mr. Hoy Strome;
auditor, Mr. Ada llltiner; custodian.
Mrs. David ft. Iloyd; historian, Mr.
I James Oould: critic, Mr. II. H. Hob-
lnson; press reporter, Mr. Hum Vsnu,
The election was followed by the
reading of the history of the cliu
during the past year, which had been
cleverly written by Mrs. J. O. Al
' bright, after which lovely refresh
jmrnts were served by Mesdame Fred
Metxgar. F. A. Martin. McLaurln,
Akers. Dryce, and Mueller.
Owing tn the fact that the eigh
teenth anniversary of the order full
nn Murch 17th. the entertulnmenl
planned for next Monday night by the
Fraternal Drolheihood has been post
poned for one week.
The Wednesday Sewlns club was
entertained most pleasantly thla week
I by Mr. I. It. Morrl. who hud as
guests besides the club members Mrs.
I Susan Parka. Mr. F. K. IVarth and
'Mrs. W. C. Ilambly.
I The Jolly Fellows' club will give a
IS!. Patrick'a dance Thursday evening.
Murch l. at the Klka' lodge rooms
Mrs. Add Hlttner entertained the
ll!igblund Hridge club thla afternoon
'and served a delicious hot lainule
The Physical CtiHui club contin
ues lo Increase In membership. The
girls aie uoing wands and Indian dill's
In their drills now and are Improving
Lockers are being made for their
gym suit and lutrapherualiu.
fluperlnteiident Keuben Perry of
the government Indian acbol was
host to the Ten Dona ml week. After
a particularly excellent dinner Dr. W.
tl. Hope read an inlereai ing paper
which was thoroughly diacuwvd.
The Poatal Clrrka' auxiliary held a
business meeting Thursday afternoon
In "li Fellows' hall
Mrs. Ixuia Ilunlng was hostess tn
the Herman club thla week.
I'.I HI KAIIH TO I.IVK ItANfl
The Tiiple Unk llebekah bxige
Ecents of the Week
MHS, fiKOfWK TIIOMA4 t.tVF
Tueabiy Mr, tlenrge Thoma gnve
a Jolly dinner In honor of Mra. Mary
Heed of Toledo, i., who la Vtalling
her daughter, Mr J. It. White, and
of Mra. W. A. Hoefler of New York,
who la I be houae gueiq of Mra. A. tl.
Kela of Inlet.
Thoae prcaent Were: Mra. Mary
lievd, Mia. W. A. Hncfler. Mrs. J. II
White. Mra. A. tl. eei. Mra. W. H
Avert, Mra. Frank ll.irria and Mra.
MIW. VIFm: IATFItTlS.
Wednesday Mrs. T. U. Wlnfrov gave
a very delightful luncheon In honor
of Heverend and Mr. II. I. Williams
nnd Hev J, Mnddiaon William of
Ioa. The occnalon una a particular
ly happy one and nil enjoyed the de
licious tnciu which was served.
IV IIONOri OF Mil. AM MI!S.
Tuesday evening. .Mis. Harry Hraun
enterlalned In honor of Mr. s id M-.
Fdward Frank, who are leaving Mon
day tn make their home in Califor
nia. A number of sanies were played
and an exciting guesalng con
text resulted In Mr. Frank Houfn win
ning flrat prise and Mr. Frank Houfn
receiving the consolation prlxe.
A dvlightful aupper was served at
The guestg were Mr. and Mr. F.d
wurd Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Frang
Houfa. Mr. and Mra. K. strove. Mr. and
Mrs. Hcrt Hchultx, .Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Sweeney, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. I. ltrown,
Mra. James I'ooliille. and Mra. O.
TWGO CLASS IUir.FI.
Wednesday iifieihnon. Mrs Tyner
orianixed dancing clami- In the af
ternoon for tho bnites und in the
evening for the gentlemen.
Heginning nl haif-paai nine there
was a Jolly Informal dance at which
the beginners could practice the new
steps and adepta rould gaily "trip the
light fantaetlc toe."
The occasion was a most enjoyuble
one and, since It is to he weekly, II
promises to become a verj- popular
jolly hvk m niu:n iMnw.
Thursday evening Mr. und Mrs.
Hurry flraun gave a Jolly five hun
dred party. After a number of ex
citing games flmt prises were awarded
tn Mra. K. 8. I'rlce and Mr. Nash, end
Mrs. Mike Naah sad J.. II. Jnglee were
consoled with tlio booby prises, and
a very delicious supper was served.
Those pre sen were Mr. and Mrs.
Vlke NshIi. Mr. and Mrs. F.. C. Hol
ler. Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Hoger Mrs.
K. H. Hice, Tacoinn. W'ashlngion; Mra.
C". F. My era. Mra. It. Qoickel. Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. II. Innlre, Mr. nnd Mr. '.curie
II. rale, nnd Mlase Flale nnd Annu
Will give a social dance Saturday even
ing, Murch Hlh at Odd Fellows' hall.
It la an Invitation uflair and prom
ises to be a in "l delightful occasion.
The March Circle of the Ladies' Aid
society of Ihe Lead Avenue Metho
dist church Is planning a tea lo be
given ut the hmnc of Mrs. John A
White. (21 North Fifth street,
Next Thursday evening Hev. J.
Maddiaon Will'aiiis will lev lure ot the
Hold und llrouilwuVj Church of Christ.
The King a Daughter will give a
St. Patrick's lea a week from today
ut Dr. W. tl. Hopes residence. There
will be appropriate decorations and
loualc. Tbe puM.v. Is luvittd.
St. John's litilld met with Mr.
Amudo Chnvrs, ul North Eleventh
street, Wedncmf ay afternoon.
I1I-IIVU.ILLO COIX1T SIMY
The Hernulillo County Sunday
School asMociiiti' M will hold a rally
at Ihe First Pr -) terian church to
morrow, meeting in Ihe uflermMin itt
J: la o'cloi-k ami m the evening ut
Everybody is invited, and especially
those iiueieHic I In Sunday scholl
work. The full iwlng program will
All. riMHio 'i-.ao O'dwl.
Illliin, "All Hail the power of Je
Invocation. Dr. P. W. Longfellow.
Selection by I . ptlat Sunday school
ore hest ra .
Duet, llernard Slevert ami Duvld
Wllilums, of i In Uan Sunday s. bool.
.Vocal solo, Mik. J, O. Sihwenlker.
Addreaa, M ir M. A. Smith, of Hio
Grande Induauial school, subject,
ViKi solo, II. lam Cudabac, of
Cemial Avcir c Meilmdiat Sunday
Piano solo, Howard Munii, of Luth
eran Sunduy s. bool.
tllrls' rhorun. llurwood Industrial
scboul. "The tib'iy ftmi," lu Engliab
an. I Spanish
Violin solo. Willlum King. HI
Johns Episcopal Sunday school.
Address, Hev. W. C. Merrltt of
Claremonl. I'al. held secretary of
Sunday school work.
K.VlllIng :! O't be-k.
Hymn, "Onwuitl Christian Sold
iers." Invocation, Hev. C. A. Foreman.
Plaitu solo, Misa Eleanor Hde, of
Congregational Sunday si hoot.
Anthem, First Presbyterian churi b
Address, Ttev. Archie Toothaker.
subject, "The Strength and Weakness
of liur Sunday Hi hoola." '
Music Flp-i Preabyierlnti Sunday
school otx hestrn.
'ih-iiI solo, selected.
Address, Hev. W. C. Merritt. flel-l
Secretary, ol I laremont, i'iiI.
A woman s missionary work social
will be held at the home of Mr. P. 11
Wells. USD South Seventh street Tiles
day nflernoon from 1 tn f o'clock.
rtiniF. clash i:TFiirii n.
The Wesley Adult Hlble laa of the
Central Avenue Methodirt Sundav
et'hool was entertnineil at the iiwen
Dorrla resilience. 711 Souih Edith
street, Tuesday evening. March 1. Ap
propriate gnmes were played, after
which dainty refreshments were
served nnd a very pleasant evening
was spent. Those Invited vote: Hev.
and Mrs. Ilivan, Hev. and Mrs. Alli
son, Messrs and Mesdaines Hn on.
Hamhrook. Ileaudetie, Ilia kwell. Cul
vert. Cheney, limit, lloehrlng. Ham
mond, Juice, Kay. Koblcr, Mark- v.
Major. Merrill. McMllleu, McKinnev,
Petius, Holterts. Itnilitv. Itmlei-rs.
Hchwenlker, Selwuy, Smoihera, ThaX
ton, Whi'bin; Memlumes Holibkria and
Narramore; M1nms Hanxcoiii and
Parks, and Mr. limes.
AT ST. VINCENT'S
The Criticism clans for the Inter
mediate of St. Vincent's Academy
was held Wednesday afternoon and tt
veiy Interesting program was iir'.mtic
ally rendered. The violin numbers
were especially pleasing nnd the liee
tboven Minuet," arranged for four
violins, was h splendid nii'iiber. Fol
lowing wus the full program:
Maxiirku, duet Krntinr
1st vliilm, Marguret Doble
2d violin. Irene Kcnnctt
Heading. "The Hoy s Prayer"
Violin aeleciloii. "Dlulogue". , .ordlu
The Kobln, vocal solo
Feather Dance .' Dutelle
Kecltation, "HoriTrwed Finery'...
March, duet Krnmer
Violin aeleclioti. Wall
Heiilatlon, "The lirumbler"
Dream of the Keupcr
. . . on h
. . Haydn
. . . .Anon
. .I.li hner
. . W mun
Woodbind Ei hoes
Violin Hebwlioii, "Mlnuetl"
, Delia Valdex
Arcompanlst, Frames Hothe
RECITAL BY PUPILS .
OF MRS. HIMOE TONIGHT
Pupil of Mrs. Mabel We vena Hlmoe
will appear in recital nt Ihe Woman'
club tonight, the program ' beginning:
promptly nl K o'clock. Following Is
Murmuring Kephys Jensen
.senrf Dance Cluiniinnle
Tensing Voii Wilin
Hut terf lies l'e
Allegro frtun Sonnlu, Op. 31. No. 1
Dol a Koberls.
Tn Sllllnr Grieg
Louise la 11.
Second Mnrurka C.odard
(a Elfs' Davice Irieg
lb) Harchctu Nev in
Itomunc- (for left hand alone)...
Shadow Diuice MacDowcll
Polonaise. A major Cbop t'
PIKM.lt AM Milt TIH IPsHW
IIIIIIMM. Ml IC I I I H
Following Is the program for Hiu
regular luee.'jng or Ibe Thursday
Morning Muslf cluli, Thurailny. Munli
Subject Diiisettl end rtellini.
Sketclie of iheir llv.'S
Ml. It. II. Porjo'-K
Selection from the Hobeluiun Girl
(a) Don Paanjunln rjonixeitl
tb Merry Wives of Winds -r -.
Missi Pauline Postel
Ilaka aolo Helei'4ed
Mr. Thomas Christian
Sextette firom Lui bi (arrungc.l for
left hansll la.uixeitl
Misa' Paulina JJorrudutle
Selection fiom II Tmv aiore, . .Verdi
Vali k - Wilson iirilii sli a
IMul Mil I! lol IV Itl CITM..
A lare a mlii-nr,. inJov,, the re
cltal given l!i. ainriiooti l I'n- pu
pils of M.c i:-icl!.- Vai. k i r stu
lllu ill file IV.v i,i back li.lllililix.
All lllllisil ll'V till!' pliKtllll w a ri II
.1. led, a . f..i:.,
Minuet III l Ilccthotvn
March Taiinbaiiscr Wanner
Tn 1st led ii vv u ( a pi :' e M uellet
1 1 tie I'M I t. ll.
(lav otto IriK- i
An bur lie. k. r
ii lug Soiic M. ii. 1. !-..!- ii
Clie-.i -r M in Mi r.
Papei Life i f i He Hull
t'low.'i'a and Feins Kelsir
Traiiiner. i Si humiiiin
Hall h Miller.
Valfe Caprice Seyludd
Trio Serenade lloimod
Halph and Cluster Mnl. r, Frank
Miss l.mioe l...w . r, . vi.iiiuiniai.
A good crowd w is presc nt nl the re
hearsal of Ihe A Ihn. li -rqlie Cboral
club Tllccd.w evenillK. Practice was
begun on "The I aimer ol St. Gcorirc"
by Elu.ir. wlih h Is i.i lie the bin num
ber ai th.. i nu'vrt, and eveiyoiie w as
deligbti il n It ll Ihe music.
It Is hoped thai it who ill ir,. to
sing in the concert In April will n. in
And Here Is Indeed
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Well, we arc
.m! t i ba
i'f, lew lla
cm- with a-1 in a etv lew tlav now
.11., I ail. ..Jv ll. i.'i:. . M'"Ti
I. .ll so .Vo'JIi;- p.lall.K lie Tie
M-ils-lioti. .ll,s rtr- i 1 1 1 i n 4 I. el'.-
'il-iiiiixe ,i-.,,o. an. I will I' a i i l
i,t.ei.uc on tlio Jliu. 'I'io i.ft pcr-
lo"rillce A ill lie oil Ibe 'V. il. alld III
Hi-fill Willi the Sc'.ls liol.i ; -'
1. 1. Ii, it I lil-'tir nnd In tier th.m i-vei.
I- lie hides l.i.'U .io IIHI lllim.el.l am:
lil I'ts tS ll.l VVI .-I I'l Uold.'ll In. Ilioi).
T'.e lollovv .1'. .s ,l ell'' i -
1 1. e, Init ll is a ml one vv ... ui
Have i ill sii'ii lla- llcvin v
From A f rn i the iimM v :. mn
nio-i mill . i' ia ii'.- t.c
ilistt n t. l-i
sial rn. lb
slot bt'u!. and
Tile lesilll is
will be sliowrr
the Sells. FPU.
I II cu
abllllal VV h, -h
Im-llatl.-rie 1. 1
mid Hull i i
liill (hi.nselli when the c.niibniiil.on
conies In I ins Cllv SatlU'dav, Mar.tl
:'S The lllticl IS llie name of the
Kllilliili. I.evv a. i-l. alid It i live rc- lll
of vents of i x ! i .no -in linn and W"lk
(t , . '
on b,. (.art of Ibe Ionian ol n li . ' I . ai hi .1. r.n.leav ors nan oven nni"
Industry of tb.i I nited states d. pnri-, . r.wa the xebr.i wnh Ihe horse. The
mi i.i of ngrii iHtui. . For hv combi- . did not succeed. The sebra has been
i... th., IcioiiHO.-s of tae (il'cvv
xchra. with- Ibe slothfiiltie.s. of the;
In., kv Mountain canar ." us the
or the west is kiiovm. Ibe goveriinici
I has succeeded ill prodiii Inrf nil iinim.il
I whe h some div. for work, for beain
' end f..r speed. ioa s. ii piaui Ibe horse, i
' And that l.ie pi oWc of itm lountiyl
'm. iv see 111., icsilli.. of Ii i pel ilui n. -
, ii I lull. Ihe I lined Slate g iVel lllo.lit
I haa siicti live of the spi- i nens Inio
the keeping or t It Sells-l-iolo- Hull i
. I ill Circus lo be exhibited throughout
the I nited State.
I And a woii.lcrt.il animal Is tli'l ot
Ibe coliihlllnltoii of Hie xelilit
to rehearsals regularly, ThnroJgh
work is to bo done on the several
splendid nclectioiis whli h have jeen
chosen foe the iccasion ami g fine
program will be renderr.
roi ii istists win, .tpprxit
lll ltK MAT I KIIlAV.
An unusually fln nltrncilon I
promised lo those who 'odd tickets
for the entertainments ,if the lte.
path Lyceum course wMch are being
Blven under the auspb e of the Wo
man s lull.
The four artists, a notable concert
(inpaiiy which his Ihe highest
pra..' from nil who have heard it,
vvi appear nl Ibe Elks' theuler, Fri
day evening. March 20,
Mi Van llooaiv is a talented pian
ist; J.ieoii Hueler p!'i hi priceless
Do S.rio violin with wonderful skill
and expression; Madame Lillian
n!nt!-dot'f b n fine soprano voice
vvbi.ii is dear, sweet and very sym
pathetic, and Is n reader of great
Id 1 1 1 nnd Mr. F. W. Kb'khuah his
a marvelous baritone voice which has
made him a great favorite wilh thous
ands of hearers.
program ranking high In quality
nnd delightfully varied will be ren
der, d bt tills quartette, whoso Work
ia ilnisbed and thoroughly artistic.
The next Lyceum entertainment
v III take place Monday. March 3l,
w hen ir Wood Hutchinson will lee.
lure at Ibe Elks' theater.
Gay Musical Evening
Monday evening Mr. nnd Mrs.
ticorac Everltt gave it very delightful
musical rvening In honor ol Mr. nnd
?'.r. Hugo Myer. Mr. and Mrs. Mvcr
weie planning lo It live Albuquerque
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Most Remarkable Beast
i . Z
T HE HEYNEY
burro.. Perfectly marked, with an ee
that I fnendl. ami inteiligeiit, att'l
a is thai nr.. ellaloiy and pretty und
speedy; with lunacies wbb U !'
m.iotli ami supple along the back of
the .iiiIiiijI. with marking w'.iicli
bavo lost oi.iy In sIlKbt degree Ihi-lr
. iiiu rli.i r.o lei .l o . the Hnio vs tif
Ihe S lis-Flolo-Hiitlalo Hill Circus inn
d.Kiiiiciive. Ami dlsilncttve In more
ways in. n ma.- are they from Iho
i l'or at.liii.ils In the menagerie !'T
has been demon! rl. d that Hoc
ji.ui in. made to d evei Hung that
llioue urn do. In a better, quicker
j lo.iiiiic r. llrokeii to harness. Hie
i v.i.ik perfectly and yet lin y havo
Ihe speed ol a race horse. The
'eirrni;th of a mule is (heirs, without
1 ll... plo.l'ling characteristics. Docile
as a lauiiiv horse Is Hielr temper. Jet
ih. ir tut .-11 .gence i that of a hnj'l
; s. honl mount. And that is why the
government piedictg a future for the
llvney far gieaicr than thai of Ihn
! n r, or mule.
T'no begiiimng of the production of
'th,. ll") was ni-ido five years ago,
nfi.r pilvate Individuals had failed at
, nil elforts lo tamo the utitrm t.iblo
rosse.1 also .with the mule, but HI
vain. Then the government set about
the ak scientifically. Inasmuch as
t I th xc..ra possessed one of Ihe worst
tciiipersof ull wild beast. Its ion .iiu-i
be .hi extremely sloiblul animal. The
burro, or "Hunt' Mountain Canary"
so named because of It bray was
choitell. The two extremes Were mat-
ed and the experiment was a success.
The Hyueya. and there are Ave ot
them, will be on exhibition in the
no tiaxer.e tent of the Sells-Flols
IIiiUhIo Itlil circus, bolh before ut4
aftee tho mam performance. Tlujr
lie alio will tie seen lu tin 'nn.
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