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A Dutiful Wife.
Hiw lift hihI walla for liubby dear.
Wlao'a tllppy on tlx tangnj
And when iIm' lachaU acason'P on.
Mk nits ami win (he fun (t.Julge
Thoughts for Sunday.
lmy a till imagine Imt lHrt. W
broken wlu-n Ikt Uor In out of
roil ms-e mat nsj Im iim M vr
ctldi-m-,. of Inchrtctt: Iml It to im
crnlly iiiiilrlhulnry after thfi lna-4.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914
J H if, rin
Af.M.M.L but appreciative audi
ence was- cflitlcnlly flung In
hi a a' theater 1st ot hint. i liy the
appi-aram,, here of the Murlln com
pany, presenting draniHtlmitlon l
litne Sirittion-Piirtera rharming
liuvcl entitled "l-rccklca.-'
"l-rct kbs,' Dm story, la -.'.nirmlng
In cvciy way, viitl "Kret-kW-.' the !''.
might easily be imuginvd charming II
presented by a I'iri. Cnf orlunulcly
the company producing lht produc
tion here last night nl hedulcd ruifi
.f ',i cent lor the buck gallery, mid
II una 11. ill lur tliis balance of Ihe
liiiunr, was not composed entirely ol
actor. There was un,. verson In the
cusu, who emu-led rVotrh character
purl excellently that lur Blood out
III smashing ,-i.ntrust with hi associ
ates. He uppourcd on t lie siage In u
hesitant inunniT thill would aecm lo
Indicate hl knowledge that he a
miking In Blrango mnipany. The
young man playing thu title lole of
"frecklca'' him a line parlor voice ol
lh barber shop variety, which he used
on slight provocation from the retty
young la.ly who look the .urt of the
'swamp angel." iml tht In nil he
has, save a contagious laugh, tut
the tit. It wag wlul.
There In ii-i ilt'Klie to make trnvelln
hard lor the Kre-kle" fompnn. It
la pr il'l.v hnid Minimh now; mid ut
ten twenty nnd thirty rent ra!e, ll
iiiiiipmiy would nil).ihl hn within 1
rlchla in rUimmii the attention nd
the nmtiey of th,. iiilill'. Hut the
nerve of the KIk' theatre mannge
menl In irem-ntin It at cenla, II
and l.:.a 1 eaeranlve; putlinfj It inill
ly. There aa not motum lieiure
honiw In Alliu.nieniiiH l.it nlitht that
diil not give more lor a dime, ten
e, ilia, than ioiwtily uuld he ealiaeted
lrom Una dollar and u half allow.
Hut wr ahould eheer tii. I'nele
Tom'a 'ahlii la eomlnu und we know
there la a treat In atore.
ImH evenln there waa a Jmrtle
ul.irly Jolly dance given at th) Wo
man s cluti hy the I'an-llellenlc uaao
.... i h..H..i..ni iiiitii-h uritl utiod
riHHI'll. " " .
music added greatly lu the enjoyment
of the afTatr. 1
Those present were Mr and Mrs. 1
A. IVtera. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Me.de
Mr. and Mra. Henry t'oors. Mr. and
Mia lieoriio Taylor, Mr. mid Mra
Kredertck Winn, Mow Mabel llond,
Misa Thompson. Miaa Vltinu Martin.
Mina Urace Horroil i lie. Miss Kihen
McMillan. Mra. 1. Tyner. Mlsa Hilda
HeUct. Miss Mraret Kelcher. Miss
lima HIM. Misa I'alasler. Mrs Thorns.
Misaea Mala lie and l.oru laivelare;
M.sis lioli rrewa. II u K h llryan.
Harry In. Laurence U-e. 7.. Vottt.
II. I!. Wah.i. T. IMI. K. A Havls. Ar
thur .H.t. and lr. W. n. Lovelace.
- O -
Tea for Miss Martin
This afternoon Misa Kih en M Mil
la n gave a most delightful tea In
honor of her house gues Mlsa Vlr
Bliita Martin of flev eland. Ohio.
The alTalr waa quite Informal unl
nil In ly enJoutle.
Tluaw Incited to meet Misa Martin
Were Mr I.ald laine. Mlsa Uertrude
Walker, Mra. Tom Uanahy. Missea
n.Mrgarei and KuKeiiin Kelelier, Misa
iir..ce Horroilaile. Mis. Krank Pooler.
Misa J.nn Hubbs. Mra Hell Hkinner.
Mia. llensou Xewell. Mlsa Alice llod.
Misa May-ell Williams. Misa Haael
Maloy. and Misa Helen Hope
Friday Mra. Woolsey gave a beauti
fully appointed 1 o'clock luncheon In
honor of Mra. W. H. Hu. her of II illa
i...r.. . lo. is vlsltlna her sister. Mra.
W H. Hopewell.
The auesta were Mrs. W. H Hucher.
Mrs. W. S Hopewell, Mra M. U
Hrooka. Mia. M. . rhad'-oorne. Mrs
U II. Tollork. Mrs. Ivan ilrunsleid.
Mrs. Uwlhold Miuta. Mrs. P. I. Cor
nish and Mra. W. P Metc.ilf.
The manv filwi ls here of Misa Har
riot It. I'alkuia, sister of Mr. Hugh
I all. ilia of IIih I'nlted Slalea for.t
wrvice, (ll bo interested to hear
that her rnuagement to In. Mithew
Ames has hern announced. The wed.
,M will lake plate III Sun Kranflaio
the or Apitl
I ir Ainea la a aorgeon in the Cull-
ii Hi. lies navy und ta at itloned in
Mi.ia falKlns lived In A Hu.Uer.iie
for about two years mul was very
prominent and popular sociull.
G. A. R. Encampment
The encampment ol the tirand Army
of the Itepiiblie which waa held here
Tuesday und Wednesd.iv w.ia made
trptclaPy memorable by the preaence
laving modela. Apply
at the Kcononilsl.
By JEAN HUBBS.
of Wanhlhrflon (lardner of Athlon
MlrhiKaii. who la the nutlonal colli'
mnniler of the omanlantlnn.
A particularly Interesting feature of
the oieellntt waa the program held In
Oild l-'ellowa' hnll Tuesday evening. It
waa aa follows:
fall to order Pout Cummnnder
Mule t.ineoln Circle No. . Iidlen
of the l. A. R.
I'rayer t'hii plain llarwood.
Muale John A. Iian I'lrflr So. 1,
I.ndiea of the U. A. U.
Addreaa of Welroine Iepartinrni
Heaponae 'omnia nder linrdner.
MiihIi 1. K. MTtrren I'oal. Voin-
an'a llellef Porpa.
AddreN Comrade John tt. MiKlo
Hhort lulka hy other comrades.
Mr. It. K.
hia home In
Mra. M. '.
Mm. J. li. U.
fuane li.iK returned tu
Alheitu. I'uniidu, after u
Ms't with Iiik mother,
Sway lie. and IiIh alfter.
ntry. Kn rou'.e to I'un-
ada Mr. Hwa.Mie stopped in lmiaclo,
i nto., lo piii'iid several l i ; Willi hi
iater. Mm. V. f. Koherta.
Mr. Krnest A. Oavla and Mrs. 1).
Ilornhy are oj"lnx u Mail from their
mother, Mra. K. Iaia.
Mr. and Mrs. J F. t.ulhy. who
have lieeti in the :sl for the pant
four moniha. are expected lu reiiirn
altout the ZOili of thia month. Their
d.uiKhler. Miaa KNtclle l.ulh. will
Ktop III Topeku. Kan., and visit the
fumily of Dr. J. 1. Kuater for u tew
Hev. and Mra. J. Muddison Williania
left .Monday iveiniiK ulur a three
weekn' visit with their inn, Itev. Her
mon I'. Williania. puator of the Uold
und llroadwuy t'hurvli of thrlnl.
Mra. C. O. Claike left 1 rlday for
tutor to vlail frtenda there fur aev
Mr. and Mra. William O. Rumn II
wain. ( . ..m
( liemtr will arrive Wedneadav tu
remain In A louiidervi'ie icn-ml Ui.
They huve Mailed here lH-ror(. and
hate muny friends in the tity who ale
looking furwHrd lo thetr urine I.
Mra. W. ('. Kulicria of Ixnuclo,
Colo., la visiting her moiln-r, Mra. M.
Mia. T. Klsher of lenver la the
house guest ol Mra. l. L'. Hunt. North
Miss Kiloen McMilIen la enjoying u
visit from Mlaa Virginia Martin ol
I'lev tand. '.. who waa u iliissmale
of licis at buuth College.
Mr. and Mra. 1. II. Morris have
moved Into one of the new Iloeaeidcn
bungalowa on North Twclllh airett.
Mr. W. T. Strum la enjoyliig ii Msil
from hia aister, Mra. T. '. s hroeder,
und her two children of Kit hmond,
III. Mr. Mt htoeder will Jo n hia fam
ily here in a lew ilHja.
Mra. J. K
Sin :tbera r turned Sun
from a imniili'a vlail in
Mr. and Mra.
turned from a
Mra. Julius l'.laiuey la enjoying a
visit from her aiater. Miss Jane Cos
lime, of Atlanta. On.
MrV. I). II. Carna has leturned to
Albuoueruue alttr an axu-mled visit
with friends and relumes In New
Vulk. Waaluiik'ton and Allaiilu, Uu
Mra. K. A. Patkert. h-r daughler
and her son, of Ix-tioii. MmIi. are
gueata of Mr. and Mra. H. N. Puckert
6:i Weat Marble avenue:
Mr. H. A. Frost has led for l.oa
Angeles, whele he Will leiltle perma
nenily. Mrs. Frost und children will
loin him there about the first ol
Mra. Ilernard lllctd rcl'imcd Mon
day lrom a ten duya' trip tu lirnvtr.
Mr. Ira H. I'.ennelt. formerly of
thin ily. and now lesiiling in Fresno
Cul. Is In Aliiioitieruue lor a aliorl
Mia. Fdwurd Frank left Wednesday
evening for Culllormn. where she will
he Joined Ihe laat of next week !'
Mr. Frank and they will n uke tin ir
home In nakland.
Mra. Hlnlie Ht huyler of liulaville
Kv . arrlxed lust mailt for a visit to
her mother. Mra. I.olile Siyiii.iuskl
and family of 111 West Marble are
WOMAN'S CLUB OFFICERS
The new ofrtcera of Ihe Woman'
'tub hehl a business meeting Tluus
day hllernoon ut th home of Ihe
president. Mis. J. II. Wroth. The
business waa speedily dispatched and
the meeting irsojved itself Into u de
lightful social gathering. Iieilcioiis
sand It lies and lea were a-rtetl and
u most pleuaunl afternoon enjoyed.
Itching, torturing Pkln erupilotia
1 tlisl igure. annoy, drive one wild. I'
Bn's i liniment s praised for lla good
"work. 'Vc at all drug aiores.
News of the Clubs, Fraternal
lii:m;K aiis to t.ivi; ihno;
This evening at tdd Fellows' hull
the Iteliekahs ill give an Informal
St. Put rli k'a Uant e. It Is on Invita
tional nffalr. only Kebekuhs
I heir frlenda will be present and
particularly enjoyable evening bus
1 lll ;NT-Tr.. II K.IIM ASSO
tlVllOV The Pa rent -Teat hers' association
will hold a very Imporiant business
meeting Monday afternoon "1
u't lot k lu Ihe F'rst ward at hool. All
membera are urged to be preseiil.
Mlf HCOI.IvH ( I.I II.
The Mierctdea flu ta met Una week
with Mra. John Poirerunk. There
waa a review of nil the lounteles
which the club membera have atud
losd In Ktoddurd'a iHtiuren. alter
whlth dellcloua lelreshmenta were
Those present were Mra. William
Menaui Mrs. T. Sumner. Mrs. F.
Votl, Mrs. li. Mathews. Mrs. K. tilake,
Mrs. F. Schulta. Mra. AU l'hllbrl'k.
Mra. K. K. Hunt. Mrs. T. Fisher ol
lienver. Mra. M. '. Swiiyne. Mra. J.
li, (.it-ntry and Mra. L'. W. Fee.
TIFHV MTi:ilRY ( I.I II.
The Tueatlay L.leiaiy ilub met at
the home ol Mra. A. H. Mc.Millcn line
week, and euJoM'd the following pro
Current F. enla Mrs. W. l Hope.
Class Study Mrs. .1. II. Wroth;
aubject. "French Painting in me
Talk, "Corot" Mrs. John Milne.
Tulk. "l;ou senu" Mrs. Illckey.
Talk. "Art Contlltloiia Muring the
Iteign of Nupob-on " Mra. t . 1
The Tuesday Sewing club enjoyed
very pleasant meeting with Mrs
H. K. Curry tins week. Mrs. I.eoi. nd
Miller will entertain the club next
Mrs. Clifford S. Haytleu entertained
the Wednesdi.y Afternoon ilub and
the Four ll'cltK'k club Tuesday. The
afternoon was spent with sewing unu
deticiotia refreshment were aervrd.
Mra. Hugo Myer waa a guest of the
The F.cceiurlc club did not meet
thia week, lis next meeting will be
Friday. March 27, when Mra. (ivorge
IJoollttle will be Ihe hostess.
IIXK V. V. T. f. PIHM.lt AM.
A atdelidid prog'nm waa given
Ttiesday afternoon at the Lead Aif
nue Methutllal church In honor of the
oirthdi y of Mra. Lillian M. N. Stev
ens, national president of uie v . i .
T. I. Arrangemenia were In charge
of Mra. 1. A. Porteitkld uud Mra.
Chas. Mutt. n.
The program follows
Lievotlonal Kxerclscs; Mra. Molly
ML! Ml ( IIOUAL RF.IIK1ISVK
In apite of the bad weather Tues
day evening the Albuiuertue Choral
society enjoyed a fine rclu-ursul.
The l.unuer of Si. ieor)ie" was
M ait li ill. It la a Wonderful piece of
mualc. only thirty nodes of it could
be bought in Ihe I lined Stutea, so
Mr. Andrews waa compelled lo Bend
to Fugliind for sixty additional cop
ies, which arrived about a week ago,
and nil are enthusiastic over It.
Soloists have been ehoaen for the
concert In April and the program ta
being totnptetid. llesulea "The Hun
tier of Hi. ieorg" there will be two
or three verv anon cuiitati'i and u
few aolo numtura.
Ml Ml' II.
t 1.1 II.
The Thursday Morning Musical club
enjoyed a splendid program this
wei'k. Tlur lirst rtiuiiber was u very
Uileresting ami instructive paper by
Mrs. R. R. Pollot k on "The Lll,. ami !
I oinpusii Ions ot Oonlr.rtil and Hcl-
llnl." This paper showed verv pinna- '
lakiug work and was Ihoruuuhly up-!
precluled by everyone.
Next ihe Yalck-Wileon orchestra.
ilirecied by Miss lisle lie Vab k. played
two numbers, one a selection from
"Martha." the other from "Truvittta."
and its an encore rendered Sousa'a
"Washington Post Mur-h " This or
i hi mra Plata wonderfully well mid
Misa Villi It haa proven herself u tal
Two soloa by Mr. Christian fol
lowed. He sang a selection from "II
Trovatore' nnd nspomled to the en
thusiastic applause Willi a delightful
Mrs Nell Caxunuugh it ml Misa
Pauline Poslel played a piano duet
from "),m Puaquule" mul one from
"Merry Wives or Windsor" which
were especially well rendered.
Alter Ihe program there w re re
pot is from two of Ihe divisions.
The Student division held Its
meeting last Saturday. There
an attendance of about twenty
of whom are enthusiastic- over
Mra. Oeorse F.verltl reported
the Philanthropic division was leudy
lo do hospital singing, sinning at
homes where then waa au knesa. und
that either quurleitea or aololsia
would sing at any time el the fu
nerals of slrangeis or of piople who
were unable In afford paid musicians.
l V IVfi IN fOMTME.
The Woman's ilub will present an
unusual and what ahould be a very
IM rest, lis program al lla mteting
i. ml Friday alternoon. Mart h JOih.
t 1.14, Iho last musical open day
learning, acting presidtnt.
Vocal Kolo "My Task," Mra. I II.
Piano Solo Chirlolie llrixner.
Itnlr.iels from an liiiertlrw with the
National President of Ihe W. i '. T. U.
Mrs. Lillian M. X. Slevens The re
plies were rend by Mis Hcyman, Mra.
Hewlli and Mrs. Ward.
"She Read It, She Took It "Miss
Reasons. Pro and Con. Why She Old
and Why She iMrtn't. This waa Ihe
discussion by the mrinbers concerning
their publlt atlon. 'The nn in."
c.enernl discussion nnd adjourn
ment. A Borlal hour followed during which
delicious refreshment were aert ed by
Mrs Chas. Sutton. Mm H. Kyneit.
and Mra. D. A. Porterflcld.
I,IIIMI MTRO OP l'TI RV
sTn or m: mk;c(i
Mra. Ij'onn MoiKan of Clovls. New
Mexico, grand rtairoit ol the Order
of i: isit rn Slur of New Mexico was a
lisllor lu Albutiueriiue Friday. Slia
left that evening for tl. .Hup anil w.ll
return Monday noiinlnir.
A special meetliiK will be held Mon
day evening hy Adah chapter In her
honor, and an enjoyable portal time
ia being planned
ROYAL M:I.IIHoRH Wil l, MI:I7T
HI.HK IN' IONVI XTIOS
The Royal Nelphhorn of America
are to hold Ihplr mate enttimpment
in Albiuitiernuu next week. Murch
17th and lMh. Swastika camp No.
4194. Hi ' loeul orgnnuullon. will hold
a Joint session with the slutp rnmp
Tiiesdny nlaht to which nil memlu .'
Hid vislllsig men hers nre Invited. On
Wednesday the si iiu l amp will
transact slate nux.ncss und on Wed
nlnht Hnastik'i 'aoip till entertain
the Modern Woodmen, their wives,
the Royal Ne h!ur nnd their hui
lands nnd nil visiting members of
ihe l i oruanlaullons. The Raton
drill and ibgren i. i.m la coming to
Albuquerque to exemplify the Initia
tory and drill work ul thia conven
tion. Mil. ANI MRU. .RNT
lATKHTAIN AT CVHIlS
Mr. ami Mra. II. C. tlranl of 413
Nor lb Center gave un informal tlln
ner Wednesday evening In honor ol
Mr. Arthur Hunt, who line been in
charge of the Installation of the netv
Western Cnlon office here. After din-lie.-
a .lumoiv of olher guests came In
for live hundred anil darning. lo
Hi loua refresh inilif. were arv.-d hvtn
In the evening. Those present wet
.Mr. Arthur Hunt. Mr. und Mrs. C II.
lixon. Mr. mul Mr. Kdwurd Stepheii
son. Mr. and Mra. Clifton Sukk.
Misses Murguret Franklin ami Irene
HilkenhorT. Mra. lieatrlce ltrown.
Messrs. F. o. Losey, S. C Sielger and
for the club Benson. The music com
mittee hus ununited a pros-rum which
will combine music und daiiclKg In
costume designed to illustrate the
dauciiu union: peuuunia of varlou
Counttlea. All those taking part ara
pupils of Mra. A. F. Keith, who la
e well known I' m her of dancing. All
ilub members are United. Ouust
turds will not be recogniaed for thin
meeting. The program follows:
"Poet ami PcuMunt." Mrs. Herbert
Uullep, Prof, de Mauro.
Paper on I 'anting. Mrs. A. F. Keith
A French Peasant Ounce Mrs. Roy
Mra. II. dalles. Mia. F.d.
Sncketl, Mra ll. Hutchinson, Mra. I.
Singer, Mlsa I. Trulfenburg. Mlaa H.
Maluiram, Misi R. Sluttson. Mlsa A.
lleacofk. Mis K. Perry.
"Ounce of the Nile." Mlsa A mm
Miss Pauline Horrodatle nt the
piano for tho daiitca, usslstid by Prof,
I'Ol It HTV1. I'OMK TO
U.KS llll ll R NI XT WI.I.K
Whul promises lo bo ouu of the
nii.si lniere.'i;uu musical evtiila In
the year In Albuquerque la found in
the appearand- uexl Frltluy night In
Klka iheuier of Ihe company of mu-
x v - y t
Icliins known as "The Four Artists."
They come lure under the aospleet
of the Woman a club, as one of tlo'
numbers In the Icidpath l.yii-uiu
(ourse. Jacob Renter th violinist
has an Inleruatioual reputation and
lp conceded to In one of Iho most
svmpnthetii' performers on tl-is In
trument now befoic th" public. With
him are Lillian Rlngsdorf. a soprano
of miHonal reput.il o.n ; Miss 'n,i
I loose, a gifted p,niil.-.te. nnd Arthur
Klckbu-lv. n bariloiie with a oit-e of
The I ji. Ills' Alt) noclety of the
Presliyterian church met Th'traduy
urienioon In the ihunh parlors.
The laitlbs' Aid sorieiy of the l irsl
.Method1-! Kplseopal ,-hurih I" :lt mv
a tea this atternooii nt the lion I
Mrs. John White. &.'! North I'.fib
Mrs. Frank Tioller. SJ: Noith
Fourth atiei-i. entertained tin- l.atl.es
Altl aociely of he Convileuallonal
church Thurml -y uflernoon.
Tlo' King's I laughters of the I'res
byleii.in chiin li nre k 1 1 iiik n ten this
arteruoon at the homo of Mrs. W.
CI. Hope. 816 West Copper itveliue.
IM'I It llolll (iOINti TO
The vesper choir x pianrdug tlef
inltely for a trli to S.itiia Fe the in i
An elaborate I"Kiaiii Is bting pre
pared ror the concert which will be
given Friday eicnlng, April . .. In Hi"
Scottish Rllo catnetlral.
There lire a. ma! Ilinily members in
the hoir which is directed by Miss
Mary McFie. Mr. K. Stanley Setter
will be the nccompiinish and will play
several selections on the maxnilitenl
pipe organ In the t itllieilrnl
DAN C It I oltll TO hl'KAK
Oan Crawford, Afrlcun missionary
explorer and snutssor In Oavitl Liv
ingston, will addle ihe students al
Assembly Tuesday morning ut I't
Mr. Crawford Is an Ylotiuciit und
Impressive speaker, ami Is well worm
going a long ways to hour.
A cordial Invitation la extended to
any town people who would care to
take advantage of this exceptional op
portunity to listen to a famous man
und aplentlid orator.
The March edition of the f.
Newa will be out next wtrk.
Or. IP'Vd spoke In Aseembly Thurs -
day morning about his til,' to Porto
Rico uud told many interesting tletaiis
sr. ii. A 1. l a. "XT 4 a
AUlil AUUUl IUC IxCWCSt V
llaruat-lt-s ami I be Canal.
"With thu current thus cheeked, the
I'll. i it res rver will lose all power to
Interfere with the liavigalkn of Iho
canal, although upon tile bosom ot
Ita water will travel lor a distance of
lluity-lue milea ull the ships that piss
through the big waterway lrom liatun
to Miratlores. This fresh water wi'l
serve a useful purpose Pesulea carry
ing ships over the bat tthone of Ihe
continent llaruatlea lose tin'ir tinn
ing power In fresh water, and when u
ship passes UP thro'iuh he locks lln'o
tin level to lake b-vel and from sail
water lo fresh, the barnacles tiiit
have clung to the side- and bottom of
the vessel through a thousand tniici
of ''sky -hooting through the biine'
Will have their grip broken und will
drop off helplestly uiol fall to tile bed
of the lake, which In thu course of
years will hot tore b.-nt.olo p., veil
Row muny times in dry-dock this will
sate t an only bo surmised, but the
ahlp thai goes through the canal it -ularly
will not have much bother wi a
(CtiutliiiK-tl on Pane l our )
I HEY are here
orat - from
this line of Wash Dresses is that simple or elaborate, in
expensive cr costly each Dres has a bewitching individ
uality of style a 'something different" that makes for
distinction in dress. See these Wash Dresses while the as
sortment is complete. They aie priced from t.
Wild Animals in
Few people icluo how oiriitult It
Is to trail! W.I.I all in. ils lo appeal' 111
motion nM'Mes. When they are
llultlitl tor Ihe si. is" ll Is lleiessary
to et them io iisimio d lo jnl two
or three people while for a film they
miisi ai i" ,,r wi'h st ' l.il in lots '
a rule. Then, ion, n iheiier st.me is
notch larger thmi the seitmit u-.ii.illy
used for mot tug picture und it -
liiile n ta."k to nam the aiiiioil. o
tlo their ml In Ihe small hp.o c.
All soils of I r i . ks and urilnl tic
i Ices iiiust he resoi icil tti in of il'-r i t
indilie tilt- lintlo.ils lo pell'.lltl tlo
I'-il! so lifted III the si cntirlo, all I
there Is itlviatt die greui tlangct that
at the l.tt toinole soioel hii'i: iiimv
wrong o spoil nil the long Weeks ot
training and preparation Let the
slage lie uir.ihKcd f-cr Ho lime lllf
fereiitly from iho "sei" to whn h the
animal has giown accusioined un I
coniusion nnd ftiilnre are almost cer
tain to lestlll, lor Ihe lords of tlo
Juiiulo uill hole minor cheilitis which
would escape the eye ot the uver.ige
There are but .i few nio'ion plcture
ncinrs who will "wotk Willi Ihe nnl
iiiiiIh'' und t onsei'ien( ly these few
command enormous salaries.
sl i d, imi o Wl.H i s.
1'he Selig I'olysiope eolnp.iliy wiih
among Ihe hist to use wild ntilmals
At present .Mr. Selig, presi l"iu of the
coiupany , Is t?f owner of the largest
privai. collection of wild beasts In
America - in fat I . his son i l.oa An
uclcs rivals the ct llet tiotis In many
of the ii I I it- parks nnd zoological
galtlt IIS I III ollUllellt Ihe lulled
Elates mul he Is rt nsianlly ndding to
TROPH L MHIiH.
Tin- Sofia toinp.iiiy matle a few of
It a lirsl I lores in Us I'lm niin alio''
Ion all of the re, etil ones h ue been
Ni.igetl in lie- b'i: arena of the Sell.,
Wibl Animal Farm near Los Atigebs.
where .ill immense open-air stage h'ty
been limit f .r this espet iitl purpo-a.
All of the tropical Mm kgrnnniN,
Jungle undergrowth ami wild tan-'lt
New Books at the Public Library
4 row tlx Moving Picture of le:
iiMM-rMi): Uerubi Stunley Lee
"I'rowda" ia nao ol those hooka that
make you t buckle when you lire
leading H lo yo.iii.elf ami nmkex you
i:o lo I iml somebody to read it uloiid
There lire passages of fiisl-haii'l
j inspirai ion
ill it. and I'latl.ug that is
both wholesome ami stimulating. lla
melhotl in so simple that it is difficult
lo disagree Willi It ho lliutlcl where It
leads. It la cordially tecoiiimeiiilcd
to every reader who is Inieicslcd In
Ihe world's gelling forward, chiefly
as a further incentive for him to "Hu
for v a i tier."
The Making of Modern Intlatitl:
ililoert Slater Tins history heglna at
the llaitle or Waterloo, anil la urtltcii
from iho sot al and economic rather
i Hun lioin the pol'tital uud Inierna
i ilnn.il point of view. It t.1. mi empll.i
! SUt a side of the t ounlri develop
I lllellt which, lii spite of pit obvious
i mpori.tre is ol'eii otcilooktd in
K'to-i.ii hisioiies. Mr. SI. m r is really
i spurring on. lo tins udiii.i'.U'h book,
all inicic-icil not only In r.miliKh, Ion
, also In Aioeritau political evolution.
I Ihe m-vll's .ur ilon: V II. Maxwell
1 - It Is not until vt ,- stand well uvvay
i from Mr .Maxwei.s novel ami view
'It in retruspi'i Hon that we rtall.o its
j.iiiiiuiiix tlevt-rness or appreci.iiu P--(lll.istcll.v
t rul'tsinum-hip. 11 he lent
not atlcj'lc lo.ide a I'cp'll .. ' ion at. a
liovellH!, "The Oevils il.iid'-u' would
have mail" l P I' Into. l is j terrible
1 hook, but Ii ha- ihe iri' iioie ol
of ll "If "The
NeW V'Tk T'llU'H M)
I lev It's I '.a ril. li' la liu
help the avt-l.iu, liov-
(.Il ls TO I III I IHR RY.
Tlilnkltiu llliok: l,n i, i.
Jtltf al the tlio.. wlon Hit- ti
- from the simplest to the
ths least fxpenive Ginghams to the
Crepe and Voiles. And ths wonder of
$2.45 to $15
C .-n I-" f--it T-H fci i ith i'-' m J'
of creepers ,vnd vines whlcn are a-.-i
In tlio Selig animal films have been
most rnreiully t mist riuteil and II-,,.
various dumh m ints have heen trmni'l
and n. t uslometl lo Ihe sellings and
the atagea until the- no longer aro
pin-Hied or bewildered w hen led In'
TIIK IT'.AHLIS NK.''
Misa Kathlvn Williams haa Witt
for herself the Pile, "The Fcnrlesn
one." hy her many Wontltrful stem
w iih lions, litters, panlhers, leopard i,
elt'l'hanls and other wild liiasts.
She tin s allowed herself lo be rolled
about hy a ferot Ions llger; pawed ot e,
by un enormous lion ("The Lions
Hrlde" was shown here a few niont'is
H"i; lifieil li.sli aloll on the ll .ii
of an elephant and muny olher e iul
ly darlni; ftvils.
MIhs HLssir. I VITON ALSO
Miss llessie Kyi ton of Ihr Selig
company, small ami riark-hi l. t. has
done malty apparently I'oolhnrti,- a 'ta
I'nu of the most tiotnlilo was n r.d-t
of nearly a mile i :i Iho lei a ' f it
racing ostrich, a feut wh ch bus
lifter been lOiollipllslied I,' miv olncr
OIIII R III MM KMlli: ANIMAL
I i: Tl III H.
Many local people will remember
n Viiugritph "Wild Atiinuils at
Large." in which a circus Iruln w
wreiked; a l.ubin featuring ltoinaiii"
Fielding ami a run lesna ke Oho snako
was i, harmless pet. a iact which how.
ever did not make II uppear attrac
tive lu the It nst I, und a cumber o'
MIDI XL ATIi laN(;F.ROI S.
Wlon wild animals app ir in ;x
theairlcal act with a trainer ,l'ev
have been taught to fear ih Iraltier
and hia whip and the act Is oln lously
artificial, un the other hi -il, Ii .t
moving plclute. to nutke the a eio'
naturul the Jungle animal feela this
fear. and many Interesting und
some very dnhgeroua atltuiitlotip havti
lookliiK forward to a vlalt anil left urn
by this wonderliil man, wh iiaa llwtl'i
and lu bored so long In th,. Interior
of Africa, the Missionary I nlon of
Albuquerque ihua arlven hta bta.k,
"Thinking lllnck." to the librury. This
book was wrliten during Ins etcnlnga
in cump in the interior.
J. H. Wroth haa given to the li
brary it copy of a rare pamphlet and
inups which la now out of print anve
In the Congreaalnnal - Library ut
Washington. The report on thu cll
ate or New Mexico la dntetl IX'Jl and
was mad,, by Oen. A. W. lireel). chief
signal officer of the I'ntltd States
army. It la very extensive and om
nium numerous chart showing tho
percentage of vapor In the air. ami
Ihe BUUHhlm. of this alale compitred
to other neighboring slalea.
DAN CRAWFORD HEItE
There is lively Interest in Albiiquer.
quo 111 the lecture Id be given Tues
day evening In the l-ad Avriiim
Meiliodtsi church hy Oan Crawford,
tlio (anions African mlaaloniiri. Mr.
Crawford la not a prollsaiotial mis
sionary lecturer. He Is a worker
nnd u very pructlcal one. Practically
hia whole life has been spent In the
very center of the most darncrou
districts of darkest Africa and Ins
work has been ao Idc and so daring
ihat It almost defies description. M r.
Cia.tf..rd is now on his wav back to
Africa He represent no special tic
liomliiatioiiiil work and la conducting;
Ins own cltorls In his ovvn way. IPs
let-lure here will be free to ihe pn'do
a ml a capm liv audience Is ct rl.iia to
be in altt tl.l.ince
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