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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N M SATURDAY. MAY 16, 1914.
"Mrs. Klcck Entertains
Mm. lienrge KliM'k entertained
h bun I filly guest II miction I hi
week. Wednesday and Thursday aft
ernoons. Hoth affair were entirely
.IcIlKhirul. ., 0 .,
Mrs. Barth Gives Auction
Mr. Isaac llurth entertained Wed
nesday nflriiiiiiin In hnr of Mrs.
Mill- Jume of Hydney. Iowa, who I
lh guest of her aunt, Mil. Nuncy
Heawlck. Auction was enjoyed lir
Ing Ihe afternoon unil wni followed
liy a delicious three-course lunch.
The rooms were decorated In !
peac and daisies and th guest prlxe
was a pretty hsaket artistically fillud
with the mi nip flowers.
Mr. Harth'a guesle were Mra.
Mile James, Mra. Ilcorge Taylor,
Mlsjos Muybclle and lora I-ovelace,
Mra. II. Ilnrnliy. Mra. Tom Wilkerson.
Mra. Arnu Hunlng. Mra W. Y. Wall
Ion. Mra. Henry Coors. Mra. Jume
Chaves, Mra. llary Henjamln. Mrs.
i:. A. Minn. Mra. W C. Keim. Mra
10. A. Vaughey. Mra. Kellx llara. Mr
Nancy Itcawlck and Mr. M. W.
Affair for Next Week.
Mra. Nancy Keswick will entertain
next Wednesday afternoon In honor
of lu-r niece. Mra. Miles James, of
Sydney, low a, who la her guest for a
Wednesday afternoon Mra. T. O
Winfrey, u Wim Hhr avenue, gave
a reception In honor of Mra. A.' II.
Wilde and Mra. A J. Wilde
Mra A. U Wilde la tho wife of a
rurgeon In thn aviation department
of the lulled states navy, and In her
honor the det omtlona for the men
tion wire carried nut In national col
ors. Largo ailk flags were draped In the
door nya and festoon of red. white
and hlue awung from the corner
the room t" the chandelier.
The dining lahlo was covered lth
beautiful tiuny lunch cloth and
attractively gel with cut gluns and all
ver. The rente r piece a huge
bunch of red rose.
Painty little alia liana wcr given
the- guest u souvenir of thu happj
Mra. Winfrey waa assisted by Miaa
I 'Nettle Cualcrs. Mr. Uavls. Mra. Kver
rtt Van Cleave a id Mra. K. Wolfe.
A pleasant feature of the afternoon
waa the Interesting program of must
tal nuin.ters and rcudmgs, which was
The guests were Mra. A. H. Wilde,
Mra. A. 11. Wilde, Mra. A. I. Camp
bell. Miiko Nettle Mini lluliy Custer.
Mia C. II. Caines, Mra. U Cobb, Mra
It llrant. Mia. J. Havls. Mra. M. K
ltirt, Mra. K. Wolle, Mra. John .
W llHon. Mow IIh'I ciwecl, Mm tim e
ri.uil. Mra. T. J Toinnkiiia. Miaa Itutn
Ti'inlikma. Mra. Krrelt Vnn t'lravc,
Mra. 1 How, Mra. T. F. Hardemanii.
Mra. 1. Ilorton. Mra. K. I' llutler.
Mra. Jun Kulherford. Mra J. t'liam
t i r of Trimd.id. Mra. UiiehrinK, Ml.
Kr.d I'erry, Mra. II. V. Wllllama, Mr
it. Itoliirla. Mra. I. J Mixe. Mra. Kd
rvkt lt. M: U MiHlntddeli. Mra J. '
lt. . Mia Kelverl, Miaa ll l n M -Kenalv.
Mra. V. IUon of ChlcuKo.
Mra. K. Walaon. Mra. 8. Koole and
Mia. John Htrumiiliil.
Krldny afternoon Mra. Krrrit Van
f'leine gave a ieae'Wit aewin parly
in honor of Mra. A. Wilde. There
-wr altoiit twenlv RUevta who apent a
particularly pli-ua.ml afternoon and
njoyed piirlHi.larly the delilo-ji
lum h whic h waa aerved.
A nuiiili. r or alTnlra for Mia. WIUlo
)iau been planned for neat week.
Tha Iji'llea- Aid a lety of the t.iti
Kieaationiil chun h nae a moat en
J.iyjlilu und auioeaaf ul lea Thuraduv
afterniom at the home ol Mra. Harry
Aaplnwull, Kuat t'vnlral avenue.
A featura of the ufternoon waa tha
mualial protirum whh-h waa rendered.
Vonal joloa by Mra. It. M. Hart. in and
Miaa Kathryn tJrimmer were auim in
a moat delmhtrul manner and Mra.
uller Welliioin pUyed several plali.i
aelei-llona whb h were very much en
Joyed. yultr a large crowd waa preaent in
aplle of the unpleasant weather and
the tea waa an entirely pleasant oc
Business College Anniversary
Neat Krlday evening the Albuquer
iu Huaineaa college will celebrate Us
filth anniversary by giving a party 4t
The commute In charge, which is
composed of Miaa Ollle Hinds. Miss
Jemima Un(. Miaa Mary Anderson.
Messrs. A. Iteihl. II. Hlrong, and J
ti'l.oughlln, la making apodal prrpar
alloiia to have the occasion a memur
The first part ha enlerlalnment
will le a play, "Smith, the aviator.
Thla will be followed by aeveral mual
tul nunibera after which rcfreah
menta will be served and dancing will
complete the evening's program.
Invitations have been sent out t
former atudenls and students now at
lending the lluslneaa college have In
Volcd a number of outside guesta.
The affair promisea to be partic
ularly Jolly and enloyable ocastun.
Choral Society Dance
The commutes In charge of the
dune which will be given Tuesday
evening at Colombo hall by the Albu
uueruue Choral society met thla weeM
and completed grraagemenla; for the
Punch will be served during the
vtu' d Ui tiovater -orchestr
BY JEAN HUBBS
will furnlah the music.
A great deal of Interest la being
ahown In thla affair and It la hoped
Ihnt It Hill h an entirely enjoyable
and successful event,
Tri Alpha Banquet
Friday evening the Trl Alpha fra
ternity of the I'nlverally of New Mex
ico held Ha annual banquet at the Al
va radii hotel.
It was a Jolly and entirely cnj",alil
occualon. Mr. L V Lee presided as
toastmaHter and received a number ul
The loaats wero a follows;
"Itevlew of the Fraternity Year"
Leslie M. Ildrknes.
"The beginning uf the Frlernll',
Tom F. Keleher.
"To Irelund ' Joe McCnnna.
"Nationalism" Chae. II. l-moke.
"Fraternity Hplrlf Harold Hill.
"The Ftaternlty Future" Ira H'ddt
"The tlrowth of the Fraternity"
The members of the fraternity whe
were present Here Messrs. Tom F
Keleher. Nflson Newman. John Km-
minis. Chester l.ee, Harold Hellers, Joe
Mcfniitia, llordon Uss, ltwreiiee
Uickey, ll.iy McCannu, Ira lloplt.
liine Kmmons, llowanl Fulleilon.
Leslie M. Harkneaa, Louis llessrl
deii, (lieu Kmmona, L. C. Murphy,
rinis. II. ITiilike, Laurence F. Lee.
and Harold HilU
In Honor of Mis Everitt
Thursday evening Mia Mary Itrighl
was hostess at an apron shower given
In Mtxa Kverilt'i honor. The nlTalr
was particularly enjoyable and the
guest of honor received a Useful ns
well as attractive collection of pret'y
A delicious supper was served at 4
table artistically deci. rated In rose and
white, the colors of the i'hl Mu soror
ity. The guests were Miss ftvclyn Rver
Itt, Misa Louise laiwlier. Miss Msrie
HiKRina. Ml as Jenn Arnol. Misses May
belle and It.i Iovelace, Miss lllnnchr
I'orlerllcld. Miss Annie Laurie Arm
uniis. M las Ituth McKownn. Mik
Florence Kciler. Misa Helen James,
and Miss Uuth llrlghl.
Misa ll.nel Maloy, who will he Miss
Kver'.lt'a bridesmaid, entertained the
bridal party at a beautifully appoint id
dinner Friday evening.
Itose and white, I'hl Mu colors
which are to oe thn nedding decora
tion were used In brighten the table
and the result waa entirely attractive.
Hunday evening Mr. Hubert 8ewe!l
will give a dinner for the brldul part)
at the Alvarado hotel.
This evening the Phi Mu sorority
will hold Its third annual banquet at
the Alvraadn hotel.
Thla la the third anniversary of the
organisation of the local chapter ot
Ihe sorority and the banquet I iu
elehrallon of the anniversary as well
as In honor of Misa Everitt. who hub
one of the charter members.
i-'pcilal preparations have been
mud tu have the alTuir a particularly j
nappy o anion
The membera of the sorority are
Mlai.cs Mabelle and Lor.i Lovelace.
Mina Ilia in he I'ortei Held. Miss Jean
Arnot. Miss Marie lliasins. Ml
.oulsa l,olcr. Miss Kvelyn F.veritt.
Misses Huth and Mary Krlghl. Miss
Helen James, Misa Florence Seder
Miss Ituth McKowcn. and Miss Annie
Their guests this evening will oe
Mlis Klliel III. key. Miss llajel Maloy
and Messra. F.dmund Itoss. Thorn
ton ItrlKht. Win Arnol, Clyde Itoss.
L C. Murphey, Kob Sewell, Wm. Hilt
gina Hruno lilmkmann, Chester Lee.
hn Kmmons. Htar.ley Seder, Kit
Hoi an. lr. W. It. Lovelace. Ir. T. t
Kagland and Mr. and Mr. Frana
Wedding Monday Evening.
Miaa Kclyn Kvenlt and Mr. ru-
mund Itosa will be united in marriage
Monday evening at half past all
o'clock at the horn ot the bride par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kveritt
Archdeacon W. K. Wurren will read
the Impressive ring eervlce.
Miss Kveritt IU be attended by
Miss Miny Cooper of ItoaHell, and
Mias llatel Maloy and Mr. Kobert
Hewell Will attend Mr. Itoss.
Duly Ihe members of Ihe families
and of the Migma Tau and Phi Mu
fraternities will witness ihe ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Hoaa will leave during
Ihe evening for a lew weeka' trip and
Hill be at home to their friends on
their return at Hi North Llvventh
Misa Isatnvryn urimmer sou en.
Hay Itailey will b married June the
third at the horn of the bride' par
enta, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. tirlmmer.
The guests at Ihe wedding will in
clude relative and a few friends. Mlas
(Irtmnier'a slsler, Mr, t Id red Ana
pach of Me tea If, Arlaons and brother,
William tlrlmmei of Chicago, will r-
riv about Ihe rtrst of the month to
be her for Ihe ceremony.
Mies France Mlrom will oe mala
ot honor and Mis Anita Itaca of Ban.
la Fs will be the bridesmaid. Mr
Haliey will be attended by Mr. W Ill-
After a month's trip tu the (Irand
Canyon and California. Mr. and Mrs
llalley Hill return tu Albuquerque and
make their home with the bride par
ent el &uu Nurtu KJeveuLh street. .
Hiss Nichols will
Study in Chicago
Mia Louise Nichols expert to
leave next week' for Chicago, where
she will spend Ihe summer studying
with Prof. Henrlot !evy, a piano
teacher of special merit.
Misa Dorothy Hrown of Albuquer
que, on ot Mis Nichols' advanced
pupils, will accompany her fo Chi
cago and will study with I'ruf. Levy
Mis Kb hoi will return In Albu
querque In September and tsk up
her tiateet in.
Pupils of Hiss Nichols
To Give Recital
Tuesday evening at I o'clock at
Ihe Woman' club Ihe primary and
Intermediate pupil of Mis Loule
Nichols will give a recital.
The program, which la a particu
larly pleasing one, follow:
Duet, "Little Prince" Krogman
"Itrlght Kyes" orth
I .eons Hsney.
"First Dancing Lesson" Forman
Duet. "Pong of the Heashore". . . .
"The Pixies Waltxlng" ...
"The Plxlea on the Water"
Luet, "Hint Clnua' fluards"
"March of the Hobgoblins" . .
(a) "The Pixie' lirlll"
(b) "The Pixies Kplnning". .
(a) "The Pixies eliding Down
b "Th Pixies Asleep"
"Around Ihe Maypole"...
(b) "Klfln Dance"
"Walt In K Hat"
"Polonaise In A Major"
May Hawthorne ljul
(a) "Anltra'a Dance"
(Ii) "Morning Mood"
. . .Orleg
. . . tirieg
"Tarantelle in A Minor"...
The pupil of Miss llervj Ken
worthy gave very delightful recital
last evening at the Presbyterian
church. The program was well ar
ranged and entirely enjoyable
throughout. The program follow:
"Cuju Anlman" from "Piabat Ma
Eileen Mordy and Dorothy
Cameron. "Dnnring Hhudows" Crosby
"Picking Cherries" Spencer
"Valse." Op. 14. No. I..,
"Con A more"
(a) " Tm April"
(b) "Sleep, Little llaby of
. . .Chopin
"ctonga Without Words''
fat "Venetian lioat Hong'
th) No. XX In K Flat
"Iieneuse" from "Joccl) n" . . (iodurd
Mra Zelser and Mr. Kottmann.
(si "Au Mutin" (iodard
(bl "IjiChnsse" ItheiniH-rger
Mis Evelyn Fox.
"Matshka." Polish (lan.e
Mr. W. K. Xeiaer.
"Song of Ihe Troubadour" Ilnff
Mis Pearl Wi. Iking
"A fivpsy Maiden. I" Parker
"Masurka Caprice" . . . W.'lletihaupt
Mra. James Walsh.
"I-a Cinquiilaine" .... (iabriel-Marle
Misses Kileen Mordv. Doiolhy
Cameron and Arllne Emmons.
The Highland Orchestra.
The Highland orchestra, which was
organixed recently under the direc
tion (lf Mrs. Fannie A. Formby. gave
lia first recital Thursday evening at
the Haplisl church The program
waa exceptionally good and waa en
Joyed by a thoroughly aprpeclutlve
audience- The personnel of the or
Mra. Funnie A. Formby. director.
Mr. J. M Kadler, president.
Miss Louise Wilkinson, secretary.
Mis Anna Hutchinson, treasurer.
Mr. J. M. Moser, librarian.
First violins: Mr. J. M. Nadler. Mr.
(Irvllle Chapln. Miaa Anna iiutchln-
ttecund violin: Mr. R. L. Aaron,
Mr. Meredith M Daniel.
Cornet. Mr. J. II. Moser; baritone.
Mr. Vivian Moser; drums. Mr. How
ard Moser; planu, Mia Louise Wilk
The program rendered at the re
"Prelude" eH Heller
Piano solo, "Murmuring Zephyrs"
Mia Lillian Ouatafson.
Heading. "Th Old Violinist
Mr. J. M. hadlcr.
Harllon solo, "Love'a tild e)eel
Mr. Vivian Moser.
Vocal olo Be lei ted
Mr. lien Puryear.
(a l "Dreaming ot Vou '.Kdw'd llaxel
(bl "Fascination" ....Edward llaxel
Piano duet. "Th Palms" Faure
' Miaa Alice Hutchinson and
Miss J-llllan Hammond
Violin solo. "Cavatine" Bchmldt
Mr. J. M. Xadler.
Vocal solo, "Where I Heaven?".)
Misa Orace Ixngfellow.
Piano solo. "Nocturne" Chopin
Misa llaxel Hawkins.
Mrs. Hernard Crawford
Organ, "Inlermeaso" Dunham
Mia Edith Joy.,
fat "Celestial Crow n" . Edward llaxel
(b) "Mpliila" Edward liaacl
There wlil be free dsm
lunch given May ttih at Mummer
Phon I. Red Barn, 111 W. rnpper
fur Brst-clss ha.k and carriage.
ye, u thu; ---
News of Albuquerque Clubs
l'AltK..T-TKA llr Its- tHMH IUIOM;
The Parent-Teai b rs' Co-operative
association will h.il.l an Important
buslnera meeting und clecllon of oltl
cers, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock ut
i tho First Ward lioul.
WM V I I It t.K I I. At. I K
The Woman Kudrage league met
Thursday afiernuon at Ihu Woman a
There was an Imporlunt discussion
. Hrown of plana a no a cinnniitee waa ap
i pointed iu draw up a constitution.
. Itroan- An Interesting feature of the after
fnoon waa a talk l.y lr. Margaret
Zilcher Cart right In wtab li nil., told some of
her experience a a M tuaec and gave
n splendid account thn conditions
III Mexico at present.
tiik Tiiiit rv in n
The committee in charge of the
j Thirty club dance held a meetimt
Thursday evening and decided to have
dance Tuesday ening. May in.
and to glv dances twice a month,
during Ihe summer
The Thirty club has been organised
I fuur are and dunt.g that time It ha
, proved Itself to he one of th. Jolliest
clubs ever organised in Albuquerque,
ari,i (,,m, who have attended Its
j dunces w ill be delighted tu ou able to
,nJ(). them again.
i, A, t, pHMC
The Daughters of the Amerlca.t
itevolutlon will hold their last meet
ing for thl year, Riiur.luy, May 23.
It will he a picnic hem In the beau
tiful ground at caiobi Huning end
elaborate preparations promise lo
make It a most enjoyable occasion.
The Ten Don will meet nelt Thurs
day with Judge E. A. Mann.
TVKSUAY riEUIMJ Cl.l'll
Mrs Jim Pa vide on was hostess In
the Tuesday Bewlnif club thla week
and served an especially ddlciuut
Her guest besides the club members
were Mrs. A. II. Wilde. Mrs. A. II
Wilde. Mra. P. J. Johnson, Mrs. Fred
Perry, and Mr. Fred CsmceTm
The vestrymen of Si John Kpi''
(.opiil church held a partleiilarly
pleasant business and social meeting
LTuesday evening with Archdeacon
W. E. Warren.
ItMTtHfl AID MKETH
. The Hector' Aid of Ht John's
Episcopal ihuroh met Una wek with
Mrs. A. II. McDonald.
TIIK JOI.I " r K.l l.OWS.
The YlloJ Wollef club planning
to give another of It enjovable
dances next Thurwday evan'ng at the
Elks' lodge room.
WOMAN'S ( I I II MEKTINt;.
The Woman' club held a very In
teresting meetliiK Friday afternoon.
' Tha aubje.'t for Ihe day wus "Art,
Travel and Music." Sevral excel
lent papera wetu read and Mrs.
Charles White sing threci delightful
solos which were particularly en
joyed The program nu as follows'.
Lender Mrs III ewer.
toll tall "Kmnoua Artists Itepre
ented 10 the Morgan Art Collec
tions." Paper, "The .Morgan Art Collec
tion: It Place In the K.lu. lit !on of
Artistic America Mrs. Miller.
Vocul selection Mrs. Charier
! Style In True Art" Mr. Cams.
'Saturday Night Speciakl
s u-t. 1 a e-i-if- A t r - I - . . . -
X yO STIMULATE After Supper Sale
I t L. ' C II A1 I
uui ucm udiaius
'j 7 he story is told
: for real values on
X purchased until after 7 o'clock Saturday nights. Lots are
X hand when the gong sounds.
Tan and black double knee
lUbhcd Honii ty; aises to I" lte
ular eelling ciica lie to :;,c pair.
After Supper Price
Per Pair 10c
Children's E. Z. Union Suits
Thl I knit waist with draw
era, having oultona and tapes for
hose supporters; low nei k, no
lecves. knee length psnt. hlse
4 tu 1! yer. Itegular aelling
After Supper Price
A laige asorlment of Women's
W a Ists. cotikiatlng of all linen.
plain, pleated and hand embroid
ered: also lingerie In plain whit
and printed voile, ba lists, etc
Hegul.ir vain tu II SO.
After Supper Price
Cit "C 0
"Ivecorallon vt rubliu lluildlngs
TIIK Till ID!..Y MOIIMMi Mt SIC
( I.I II.
The Thursday Morning Music club
met this week and enjoyed an excel
lent program. Mrs Fred Melsgur
read a most Interesting paper on
"Hussian Composers." and tho mu
sical numbers which followed It were
The Music club wilt hold Its next
meeting at the Presbyterlun church
and the program will be In charge of
Mies Heryl Kenuorthy, who will give
an organ recltul.
The following meeting pf this club
will be held In tho evening and guests
will lie Invited. An especially fine
program Is being prepared for Ihe
occasions and It w ill be the lust meet
ing for the year.
Tho program which Waa given
Thursday morning follow:
Paper. "Hussion Comopser". . ....
Mr. Fred Metxgnr.
Miss Paula Postel.
"Thou Art Like Unto a Flower"..
Mra. Charles Andrews.
(a I "Prelude" ItachmannlnolT
tb) "I'icglc" Kachnianiitnofl
Mrs. Mubel 8lvcii Hiinoe.
Mr. Charles Andrews.
"Adagio" from "Symphony Pa-
thotlqiie" ..-..' Tschaikowsky
Mr. Nell Cavanaugh.
Mra. F. K. Harden.
The Hludcuts' department of th
Thursday Morning Music club met
this afternoon at tho Woman' club
nnd enjoyed n delightful program un
der tho direction of Mrs. Ada Pierce
Winn. The program follows:
"Murch tlroiesque" liindlg
"Morning Wood" l.rleg
"Huliy's Poat" (iaynor
Violin duel Selected
Nile Ktruiiiqulst. Illchard Wilson
tal "Weldmung" Franx
tb) "Victoria Mlo Core". . .Carlssiml
Mra. l.une. '
"tiuvotlu Imperial" Morey
"Waltl Ctomatique" (iodurd
Harold Pa rich,
fa) "My tiod. My Put her While I
(b) "Variations" Troch
Ht ringed Kextelt Heleeted
tlrace siorlx. Irene Parlch, Chea
ter Miller. Halph Miller. Arthur
Decker, Louis Low her.
ltSWr.l.L WOM.W'M CM II KKMtH
HEHOI.ITION TO l.tM'AI, CLl ll.
The following clipping taken from
Hoswell paper . explain itself;.
"Henlixing that the Federation
meuns union, mutual aunt., and mu
tual Interests, we feel that thn uc
icos or failure of any Individual club
touches miy other club in ihe Feder
ation, und since we are thu bound
together In the bundle of life, we
stretch forth our hands In apprecia
tion and gratitude for the signal vic
tories won by the Albuquerque wom
en's clubs in their efforts toward se
curing a better, cleaner town in which
"We heartily endorse Ihe purpose
of the American Mo.iul Hygiene us
soclation, which ia co-op. latum us
fully us possible with the public
health department of the tieiieral
Federation, and we believe that '
through the valiunt efforts of our
million club women and of such men I
uii sjcaiuuauic ivicrcnanuise wm oe oiiercci
below in items and prices
Children's Silk Lisle Sox
A large variety of styles and col.
ors to select from. eie 4 yt t, g.
Hegulur aelling price Jjc pair.
After Supper Price
Women's Union Suits
Three different makes as fol
lows: Women' porvssnit inch,
women flu cotton knit, women 1
lisle knit; light knee or umbrella
knee style; low neck, sleeveless
Mixes 4 tu 7. Our regulur 73c
After Supper Price
About one hundred pieces of 27
and 45 inch Embroidery, regular
price 75c to $1.00 per yard,
Monday and Tuesday
while it lasts
DRY GOODS CO.
A. D. CAMPBELL, Manager.
CORNER FOURTH and CENTRAL.
as t billies W. Eliot, president of the
American Hocial Hygiene naaoclallon,
with his co-workers. Iiuvi.l Ptarr Jor
dan, Cardinal lithiums, I r. William
K. Snow, Jane Addnms and others
equally competent and faraeeing, that
the doom ut while shivery I fore
seen. "Therefore, since the women' clulis
ttf Albuquerque, In Ihelr effort's to
suppress this great evil were in har
mony with the general tea. hums of
our lieneriil Federation, nnd also
with the statutes of our stale, he It
"liesolved, lloit the members of the
Hoswell women's clubs endorse the
action taken In the recent city elec
tion In Albuquerque and that u copy
of these resolutions be sci! them."
Mr. Km hemic Huy. chairman of
public hoallh for New Mexico, pre
sented the resolution, which was
adopted ut d recent meet tug of the
ItoNwell W oman's luh.
Northland Singer Delights
Held. mi do Alliuquerqiieiiis have the
on Saturday Nights from
! ...Ml I ft I
that cannot be
Women's Hosiery Special
Consisting of while s"le cotton;
solid pink or blues, lisle outside,
tan and olio ks Itegular values
3'jl- und 5'ic pair.
After Supper Price
Choice 19c Pair
Women's Knit Vests
litv oe. k, sleeveless, low neck
wing sleeve; V, doxen styles lo se
lect irom. Itegular lc value.
After Supper Price
opportunity to hear a magnificent
voice like that or Walter landings',
the world famous basso mho last even
ing waa heard In long recital In th
The concert, given uner ti aus
pices of the local division of the ilir.
fic. mis wus a series of song clusnl.
rendered In a way as only a seuaoned
concert "Hon" count sing.
I'espite the email audience, .Mr
l.lndberg gave hi best work. In most
gracious manner, proving not o.tlv
training of voice toil ex client quali
ties of soul that sings for the pejuia
of others, mq for acclaim.
The enthusiasm of the music Invert
present, however, made up in apprecl.
athe applause what the house lucke.)
In numbers. Each song of the pro
gram was prefaced and concluded
with rounds of applause. In Sargent'
"lilow, lilow. Winter Wind." the grc.ii
volume and range of the rich loio-s
were diHplavcl lo lies', ailvanlaxe. Tho
sacred songs touched all hearts Willi .1
feeling of reverence. The folk swim
of th Not I til;, n. I Miowed the vcmVII-
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7 until 9 o'clock
as iraae attractions
Specials" cannot be
limited. So b
Children's Play Dresses
Made of f.r.ult 111 axis 2 tu
years; checks, stripes and IlKur.
Special 25c Each
Women's House Dresses
The hoiine dresses made of prr
c.ile. gingham Mild charnbisy.
Hue U year to II bust.
After Supper Special
t kl'l ( lL, TAItl.K.
Khadow Ue. net and ihift.m
platting, in white, cream and e.-ru
In assorted wldtha. Value to lie
After Supper Special
per Yard 19c