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TITS EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, W. II., SATURDAY. JULY 11, 1914.
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Miss McMillen's Engagement
Mr. and Mr. A. H. McMillan have
annoumed he e ngagement of tholi
daughter, Miim Ktlccn. In Mr. Lour
fncp K. I-ee of Alhuiuetitio. The
wedding will lako iiliicc In the full.
Mrs. Keim Gives Tango Party
l-4int Hnlunl.iy evening Mm. W. C
Krlin gave a most enjoyable tango
party In celebration of the Fourth
of July. The affair waa tlellghlf ul
throughout, not the least feature of
I he occualon being the dclli lous sup
.rr which was served at midnight.
The guests were: Mr. nnd Mrs. K
A. Vaughey. Mr. and Mr. C. H. t'rni
tier. Mr. anil Mm. K. I.. Hunt. Mr.
anil Mrn. Frank Stortx, Mr. and Mra.
Fred Canttcld. Mr. ami Mra. Joo
While. Mr. and Mra. A. F. Van
Delnae. Mr. and Mra Chirlee While.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Wilson. Mr. and
Mra. II. A. MKrflnrm.ii. Mr. and
Mra. Harry Dugan. Mr. and Mra. I.
M. Morris. Mra. Henry Coor. Miaa
K. Hoolrhan of Kanaae fity. Mtaee
Kllxaht-lh ami Aide Coors of l,us
Vegas, Mr. Charles II. Lembke and
ir. W. I.un I'lm e.
IViercoles Club Ficnio
The member of thi' Mlercolea club
and their fa ml I lee enjoyed a delight
ful all-day picnic hist Saturday In
(entry's drove, north of the rlty.
The I ii ni-h which was aerved at
noon was delicious and unuaually
elahoiatn for an out-of-doora affilr,
(lamea were pUyed during the after
noon and a general good time enjoy jd
Those who were there arc: Mr. and
Mra. John Pomcrank and family, Mr.
Will Pomcrank. Mra. !. Culklne.
Mra. H Stcvcna. Mlu Anna Anaon.
aire. M. C. Swnyne, Mr. Iloy Volt.
Mra. H. Phllbnck. Mieaea Candace
and Ada Phllbrlck. I.aurencc Thll
lirli k. Lillian and Mildred (lustaf
aon. Mr and Mra. ". U Moore. Mra.
K. S holme ami daughlera: Rirch.
Clayton. Mary and Margaret Fnra
ker; Neva. Vcrn and l.eina Itlake;
Mr. and Mra. J. t. Gentry, and l.ynn
Informal Tea at Castle Huning
Wedneadiiy afternoon Mra. Arno
llunliig Invited a few young, ladlea In
very Informally lo meet Mieaea Alice
and Kliiahelh Coots of Las Vegaa,
who are the gurata ,,f their brother
and slaler-ln-law, Mr. and Mr.
Henry Coors, Jr.
Tea M aerved on I he east veran
da and a delightful lime enjoyed hy
the guesls. who were: Miss AH'"'
an1 KHsaheih Coors. Miaa Flurenc
Orunstcld. Mlaaen Helen and Mrl;
I lo. Mm. Frank Wlleon. Mr. Hen- '
rv Coora, Jr. Annette Weinman and
Miaa Aline Stern.
Wedneaday a cti.wd ,.f girl apent !
Ihe day In the mcudowa, enjoying,
partb iiIhi l Ihe deluiou lunch which
they rookad over campluc, j
Thoae who were there are: Irene
Fee. Floreni e Wrillcr. Annette Weln" .
man, Orate Hloiir. I.oular Treflen
berg. Iiule Hell. M it ran r ( Flournoy, j
-fllTH flillll KIHI RHiri MIIIMH l, 1MIIII-,
Hughe. Katherlne M Mlllen. Cleora
l.iMhllxiuri.e and Lillian Reniiom h.
St. Jchn's Vestry Meeting.
8i. John'a veelry Biet Wedneaday
evrt.niK n Ihe home of Mr. and Mra.
tieorge Wru-eler. There wa a ahort
t'liaimna aesnlon. alter whlrh a flea-
Dr Timely Us of Lydi E.
BTra. ftowcra' Own SutrmmL
Horlffdon, Main.-"! feel It duty I
nwe to all aufTertflf women to toll what
'" I Lydia E. Ilnkham t
" Vefetabla Com-
pound did for me.
1 s Ona yearairol found
17 i myaelfgUrribleauf-A1-
ferer. 1 had pain
J in both aide bjkI
r- iUCh ft aorenea I
. 1 - could aegrealy
- . V trglcbta up at
I I ff wsbad. I bad bo gp-
pvuva ana waa ao
ret you I could not glaep, than I would
ba ao tired momlntr that I could acarcal
fl around. It a-emed almost impoaaU
tl to mora or do bit of work nd I
thought I nvr would be any better un
til 1 aubmltted to an operation. I com
menced Ukinj Lydia E.Pinkham'a Vaf
rUblo Compaund and aoon felt Ilka ft
new woman. 1 had no palni, alept well,
had rood appetite and could do almott
all my own work for a family of four.
I shall always feel that I ow my frond
health to your medicine." Mrs. UaY
WaBD SowBftft, Hodxdon, If ain.
If you ara 111 do not draa; alonf until
an operation ia neceatary, but at one
Uka Lydia . llnkbara'a VegoUU
If you hftYethftBltKliteatdoaM
tlmt l.ydlav IC IMnkhnra'a VeffHav
ltn Corn K(iind will lirlp)nu,writ
Ui Lydia K.llnVham MedlclnaCo.
!. Your letter will lea oprnad,
rd anil aawrrt by a wunug,
o4 ttU la tlrkt rv3&4tac.
BY JEAN HUBBS
ant anrlal lima waa enjoyed and It
i ream and caka were aerved.
Painting Class of Woman's
The tainting t laa of the Woman'
club enjoyed a very delightful meet
ing Wedneaday morning at Ihe home
of Mra. K. Cameron. A delklou
lunrh wna aeived.
The Mlerrolea rluh will meet next
week with Mra. K. Make.
Friday afternoon Mra. K. R. Pol
lork gav a delightful ponh tea In
honor of her gueal, Mr. Inn Har
rlman, of Hampton, Iowa, who M
her houae gui'Ht for a few day. Mra.
Harrlman left thla evening for the
(Irani! t'unyon. where ehe will re
main for a few day before going on
to bong Heaeh to remain about a
year. The lea waa deaantly in
formal and altogether en o) able.
Guests at Los tunas '
Mra. boula Huning haa invited eight
ladlea to epend next Wednesday with
her at her aummer home In Lo
Mr. J. A. Adam and Mie Helen
II. Hhlelda of Jame Pprlnga were
married very gulilly Monday even
ing at the I'rmbyterlan paraonage.
Kev. Hugh Cooper ofllrlallng.
They left Tueaday morning for the
(Irand Canyon, where they will apend
their honeymoon and will ba at
home at Williatna, Aria., after Ihe
l&th or July.
Miaa Hhield la the daughter of Mr.
F. Adam, who la the poalmaaler
at Jemei town, and Mr. Adama la
connerled with the I'nlted Stale for
Iu Honor of Mrs. Bronson
Mra. A. H. Hronwm of F.I l'o I
the gurat of her aunt. Mra. Frank
Atkerman, and her frienda are tak
ing advantage of her vieit In give a
nnmlier of delightful Informal af
fair for her.
Among ihe pur tie thla week waa
a pleaannt afternoon Wedneaday nt
whlrh Mra. D. H. Cam waa boiea.
A rtelot table lunrh war aerved and
a moat pleaannt time enjoyed.
Thi afternoon Mr. W. W. Strong
entertained about ten ladlea In Mra.
Hronmm'a honor. The lad if brought
Ihvlr aewltig nd nt 5 o'clock an ap
peltxing lunrh waa aerved.
Mrs., Woolsey Gives Mesa
Mra. Then. H. Woolaejr. Jr.. gave a
meaa pWnlc Friday evening In honor
of Miaaea Allre and Kltiahelh Coora
of laa egaa and Miea Flor.-nre
(irunofeld. FH automobile carried
the party nut to the I'.ap where a
rielit'loua aupper waa aerved Iteturn
Ing tn the Wooiaey home, the latter
part' of the evening wa apent In
A. It Keder. father of Stanley
feder. the popular Albuquerque or
gan lot now el inlying in New York,
haa Juat received word thai Mr. Heder
lina paaaed the rigid aaaocluleahip ex
amination of the American (lull. I nl
irgnt. with very favorable mark
Thla entlllea Mr. Heder to the degrea
of A .V !. O. Mr. Heder ia engageil
for Ihe aummer aa organlat and choir
dlriMior of Temple Kmanu-KI. New
York, and Calvary Mclhodiet church.
East Orange, N J.
The Woman'a Catholic Order ni
Foreater will give a picnic In "dd
Fellow hall Wedneaday night. JulV
It. to which all member of th or
der are rnrdlaly Invited.
for New Mexico
That New Mexico Is a progreeaive
atale la being demon) rated at quite
freqi nt Intervale. The lateat atep
along thla line of advance la Ihe Kel
ler Kahlua ehnw. which la to ha held
during alata fair week.
The Woman'a club, with Mrs. John
W. Wilson aa Hkentan. waa the
originator of thla plan, and It W
being mot with enlhualaam on all
aldea. It la expected that all com
mittee will he appointed within two.
weeks and definite plana will be
made. The commute on aelei tlrg
Judges Mra. David It. Hoyd. Mr
J. II. Wroth and Mra. John W. Wil
son la at work galling Information
concerning the prominent phyeli lan
of the state, and the five ludgea will,
no doubt, be vhosen very aoon.
The motive of thla Hitter Kablea
how I purely educational, and lie
main object ia to Inculcate Into the
mind of parents the aut red duty of
caring for and training their chil
dren, eo that they may develone a
uund body a wel aa a Sound mind.
The Intercut In better babiea haa
become nation-wide In the paat few
yeare and attention haa been railed
to all forma of child welfare. Those
who are leaders In thla movement
are atrlving to tench parent who are
Ignorant of the fundamental law of
child life, ao lh.it the babiea may
thrive Instead of barely exist.
literature which ha been pub
lished fur the Child Welfare ahowa
In New York and Chicago will b
obtained for distribution at the New
The Woman's club has proven Its
ardent Interest and staunch support
by offering a bank account of 1-1
tur tha champion baby at the show,
and Mr. K If ego Haca has donated
two sliver cups for th best twins.
Th Intereat and enthueiaam con
cerning thia lataat progiaMtiva move
mrnt ia widcoread and there la no
doubt but that all wnu are tailed
upon to axalt on committee will
tonelder It a special honor and tha
each para.' a will do everything pua
Bible lo make Hi flrat Heller Hauiee
snow tt Ntw Mexico a bug auuca
Chiefly About Albuquerque
People Going and Coming
Mr. 8. l. Miller and children left
ma weea mr anaon, wnere tnry
will remain aeveral week.
Mr. J. Clark, Mra. Oeorg Clif
ford and Mr. William Pomerank
have gone to Ocean Park. Cel. for
Mr. and Mra. JoaePh Pli kor of
F.nglewnnrt, Cul, are the glioma of
Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Hail of eld Albu
querque. fr. C. K Krlaey I spending hi
vacation In New llivhmond, Ind , vis
iting his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Finney of Wil
liams, Arts., are Ihe gueata of Ml.
Oeorge Frune, 121 .North Fourth
Mra. Harry T. Johnaon. ,ng Went
Pllver avenue, la enjoying a vlalt from
her (Mvr. Miaa Hcrtha Jonea, of
Mr and Mr. Frank Hukea hae re
turned from a motor trip lo Ihe
White moiinlalna of Arlxoua and
Taos, .V. M.
Mrs. J. K. Ilannum and son have
gone to tientnr to vlalt friends and
relative until the flrat of Heptember.
Miss Helen Wlckham la In flallun,
vietttng Mia Laura Cartwrght for a
Mra. Ibmbc ftarlh la spending a few
weeks In Hi. Johns, Ails.
Mr. snd Mra. Hurry C. lliller and
Mr. ft. U M. MrAlllatcr huve gone
to Colorado for a two weeks' camp
Mrs. F. It. Hornby and son. 114
North Rilhth Btreel, left Monilxy for)
a several weeka vlail In Chicago.
Mr. and Mr F. D. Riak. Arthur
and Helen Hiak, Miaa F. Harrlaon
and Mr Oeorge Taylor are sojourn
ing at the Tecos.
Mr. and Mrs. John llcrkenhoff and
their dimghter. Mia Irene Herken
hnff, have returned from a two
week' stay st the t'eco.
Mrs. J. Kranale. 0 North Kixh'.h
street, ia enlojlng a vlalt from her
sister. Miaa L. Uull, of St. Louie.
Mr. Monte Powell of the Powell
Drug company, la snendlns a ahort
vacation on the upper Pecos.
Mr. John Meeker or Helen spent
Tuesday In Albuquerque.
Mr. Herman Schwertsrs mnnakcr
of Ilia Harvey curio rooms, haa re
turned from a liulneas trip to San
Mr. and Mra J. A Weinman left
WedneRday evening for 'he eaat to
I' gone about two months.
Mrs. Annie flreenwood, mother ol
Mra. Charles J. Hulllvan and Mr.
Walter Oreenwond. hna gone to her
former homo In Providence. It. I. for
an extended viait.
Mr. Charlee &. Kuni la In St. I.ouln
Mr. William liolde haa returned
from l,ong Reach. Cal , where he
haa been for the paat few weeka.
Mr Allen K Peik. of Ihe I'nlted
Stalea fnreat aervlre, left Wedneaday
for Kan Francla-o. Mr per- waa
lormrriy loeaien in Aioiiquerqiie ion
now ha his headquarter In Witah
Ingtnn. Mr. aid Mra. T. I. Tulle and eon
have gone lo their ranch In the
northern part of the alula and will
spend Ihe real of the umnei 'here.
Mr id Mr. L. C. M Klwaln are
moving tod;iy Into Ihe Harry I r re
ldrr.ee on North Twelfth alreet. The
room have been redacoiated and the
Kvery woman who epend
the Huinmrr at tha aeaannia.
In the mmmtain or at m
faahionahla watering place
ehnuld lake with her a few
to Impme and beautify her
romplealon and protect her
akin front tne liuiotiig sun,
blearhlng winds, and damp
The surest sniarantee of It
rwt'eiUoo I th (act of It
In a lual ue
fr n a r I y
er of a cn
It th rlirf
of tan, piitii.-
ion. At Irtisxlt
mi. t. Ksn:i i t:i. t.
J7 Crast JaaH street
NCsV VORK "
result g a,
I J .
Mia Mernlce lleaaelden and Miss
lavureen Aaaelln are In Santa Kc, the
gueala of Mia lleaaelden slater,
Mrs. Albert Clancy.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Travis and
children, HOT West Marble avenue,
left Wedneaday In their automobile
for the Pecos.
Mrs. Thomss Hughes and Mrs. fluy
lingers "have returned from Camp
Whltcomh, where they apent the last
Mr. C. A. Htowell, Kid South
Hn.adaay, has gone to Oallup for a
vlalt with her daughter, Mra. M. II.
Mr. and Mra. Thoma K. t. Mud
riiaon and children relumed Wednes
day from the upper Pecos, where
they have been for Ihe past two
Mr. F. A. Murphev and daughter
left Wedneaday evening for Califor
nia, where they will spend the resi
of the summer.
Mia Kvelyn Snyder of ls Angeles,
who formerly resided In Albuquerque,
la Ihe guest of her brother and ala-ter-ln
law. Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Snyder, 41 doulh Walter street.
Mrs. (I. Foley of Kansas City, ar
rived Tuesday evening and Is the
guest of her daughter, Mra. II. K.
Mis Ruth Bright, teacher of dom
estic science In the city schools, ex
pects to leave next week for Calif
ornia to remain there aeveral weeka.
Mrs. lrma Harrlman of Hampton,
la . Is the guest of Mrs. It. It. Pol
loi k for a few days thla week. She
Is en route to Long fteach, where she
will remain for a year.
Th Rector's Aid of St. John's
Kpintopal church met Wedneaday af
ternoon with Mra. F, Iteeman of
Mra. N. Wills haa returned from
New Turk, where she haa been for
tha past Ihrc months.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Halley of Snn
lMego are the guest of '.heir aon and
daughter-ln-litw. Mr, and Mrs. Ill
Halley", and of Mr. and Mr. Harry
Aaplnwall. Mra. Myron Halley and
Mra. Aaplnwall are aiatera. Their
mother, Mrs. Philip Krant, who has
been In Albuquerqune for aome time,
will return to her home In San Diego
with Mr. and Mrs. Halley.
- - ' .
Mra. M .O. Chadbourne and chil
dren have gone to the Pecoa lo re
main for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H llerndon and
children snd Mrs. Herndon's slater.
Miaa May Ida Dunlevy of Knnls.
TVxaH, have gone to California for
two ninths. 1
I.iii,e Lester, daughter of Mrs.
Felix loiter, haa gone from Teauque.
where ahe waa viaitlng her grandpar
ent. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Metcair. to
the Pecos, where she la the guvst
her auni. Mra. Neill H. Field.
Miss (Hattys Mandell expect to
leave next week to apend two weeks
at the Pecos.
Mrs. Ada pearca Winn will aing.
"i Trust In the I-ord," by Handel.
iirxt Sunday morning at th Congre
Mr. Ceorge Suiiina and daughter,
Kllwtbeth, of thla city, who e viait
lng In Herkimer, N. Y.. their former
home, are having a delightful aum
mer. They expect to spend some
time la New Tork City within the
next few weeka.
Mr Alfred Orunafeld of thla cpy.
Mr. Charles Soles of Laa Vegaa, and
Mr. J. Van llouten of Itaton. who
are In Wlldungen. tier many, will anil
for thla country July ii on the
ateamahip Valerlimd. They will land
In New Tork July '.. Mr. (Jrunafcld
will return to Albuquerque about (he
middle of August.
Dr. A. n. Short la haa gone to Col
orado Springs snd Denver. He will
be gone about two weeka.
BY CHILDREN ON
DISPLAY AT ART SHOP
The ahow windowa uf the New
comer Art Shop will conlaln itilte a
unique dtMplay tomorrow and for
several days next week. The work
done by the children of Ihe embroid
ery claaa will be shown In the ahow
windowa. Thia claaa la made up of
children ranging In aga from six to
fourteen yeara. The children go to
Tha Art Shop twice a week, on Tues
day and Thursdays, during the sum
mer vacation seaeon. and receive
free Inal ruction In embroidery. Ther
are perhaps fitly children In the rtaas
and some of them are developing de
rided talent. A few more children
could be accommodated In the (lass
snd as the lessons nre free It I an
excellent opportunity for young girls
to learn a very useful art. The pub
lic will find tha dtepley In Ihe show
windows at Tha Art Shop tomorrow
SUNDAY SCHOOLS TO
HOLD UNION PICNIC
The Sunday schools of Albuquer
que t' planning to unite In a big
picnic In Schwarumun'a grov on
July II. Tha parents are expected
to Join with the chliuien in celenrat
Ing and also In preparing tha loach
baakeia ai 4 a very iarg attendance
la Ui'jksd (ur,
Sosm fraaa "THE
This i an ate nf horror. There it
a something in all of us that yearns
for something morbid; something ex
citing; something horrifying some,
thins; which makes our breath come
cuirker and creates tort of a sensa
tional feeling between the third and
fourth rib. We declare our antipathy
for Ihe morbidly "reel" and yet we
have an insne deiirt to gare upon
aomething rral morbidly. One mo
ment we 6 mi ourselves disliking tin
plraaant scenes and the next we find
ourselves craving for an ovrrdoae ol
all that it creepy. Such it the incon
sistency of humanity. Il is incurable.
And jtiftt brcause it pt incurable, and
impossible for us to overcome this
singular trait. Mr. W. II. Durham hat
written a two-reel drama which bull
fair lo create a violent heart artinr. on
Ihe part of thoe who witness his
thriller with the horrilying title. "The
Hand of Horror." It it another one
of those time piece and, 1 might
Ht. JoIiu'h KplM 0Mtl.
Corner of Fourth street and Silver
s venue. Archdeacon W. K. Whrren.
reitor; residence, 1S09 West Tijeraa
Fifth Sunday aflcr Trinity. Holy
communion, a. m. Sunday ai hool.
:45 a. m. Morning scrvlie nml ser
mon, 11. Teachers' training cliiRa,
7:45 p. m. Music:
Proi eaalonal. "The Morning Light
Is Kresking" (I. J. Webb
Venlle W. Turner
tllorla W. Crotch
Te Drum II. Uiwt-s
Julillute I (en C. W. Corfu
Introil, "Salnta of Und' I ho Down
Is Krcaklng" ., II. Smart
Hymn, "( Love That Cuata Out
Fear" S. Hrnya
Ueeesaional. "Thro' the Night of
Dark anil Sorrow" J. K. Pulne
l'lr-.l Mi'tlS'dlMt t-jilMiqwl-
Corner of Lead avenue and South
( 'i ll. i r lea lai ar Keck
Miaa Kditli Cinrl.y.
A. I'oi tet field, super
llie Sundny acbool.
1 1. Knlkriilurx. choir,
Public Miiliip at 11 .. in. mid x
p. in.. Hie liev. AI"nxo HiIkIiI. Ii. Ii.
preaclmiK. Suuilay ach"ol lit 9:t."i u.
in. Kpwoiih Ii.isni' devotional aerv
lre al 7 p. m., J. Frank l.,vei. lend
er Special munlc:
Morning: Prelude. Anthem, "(5'd
He Merciful." Duel. "I Walled f"r
Ihe Lord." Miaa Chailotle Trait, John
I) Knlkenhiirg. rualliidi'
Kvenltig nt lieoi "I Will l.ny Me
Down In Peace." A hymn B"lo by
John D. FalkeiiliiirK.
I IcM lkiptll.
Hroailwny and Lead avenue Sun
day school at 4' a. in., prof. C. M
Drake. sup riniendent. (iasM'a for
Itev. Horace Slrong will prea'h at
II a. in.
Theia will be no evening eervlce
hut the young people will meet at 7
o'clock. A cordial Invitation Is ex
tended to all to unite with us In any
of the services.
(Viiiral Annuo MoIImmIIhI.
Corner of Arno alreet and Cen
tral avenue. Samuel K Alllaon. pas
tor; reaidence, 71 South K.dith
street; phone. 17,'iH Mtns Mar
Sunday aiiiool at S.t'i a. ni ; T. M
Doiria. superintendent. Preaiimia
service at II a m and X p. in., con
din led by Itev. Oeorge If. llivun.
Speiiuj mualc both morning and
evening, by ihe choir.
I lev il li'liul meeting of the Senior
Fpworth league al 7 p ni.
The Women's Miaslonary amiely
will hold its regular montlily work
social at Ihe home of Mra. J, W.
Parker. 1 1 .' Snuth Arno, Turaday af
ternoon frum 3 to & p. m.
Wedneaday evening prayer aerv li e
at X p. in. Teacher training cluas at
Cbrilian Science wl Vices nre held
In the Woman's club boililing. al the i
corner of Seventh at reel and Hold
avenue, eveiy Sunday motniiig at II
Wedneaday evening air vices are at
II o'i llN'k.
The public la cordially Invited to
allend these wry Ices
Sunday a. IumiI hi a !." i.Mm k.
Heading room In the N. T Arnilio
building, room N'o. IX, oHn each
week day from : to u p. ..i.
tA, PauJV l-NaiigfUiwI I iitlman.
Cornor of Sllvr and Sixth. Kt-
WMP.I P. Itchueler. D- D.. paator; par
sonage, gut South Sixth; phone IK.
Our congregation will al Ihe nuns-1
ing aerv li e observe (he Lord's eup-1
per. Sunday echool In ch..ige of F.
C. K.-rfer. a. m
The theme for the comWoed s-rv-Ica
al 7 30 p. m. will he. "I he I'hrla
Hun Miiiiatry of Music." Martin
Johnson Is the Fndeavor leader. Mts
l:iia tieiger will sing.
yWith, our psplt. vungtr and old -
' 1 I
HAND OF HORROR"
add. of the InsrMoll variety. For it
rlicks with thrills from the moment of
announcement until the hnnh. Jr. very
minute it crowdrd with more excite
ment than it would lake a perfectly
reperuble clock to crowd into tixty
!t it not ftftrrt that the F.riitnn Com
pary prenrntt a thriller, but when it
dort it maket tip for all the time it
ha lmt. In Ihit particular piece time
count! for everything, and the plot it
I:ikI around the fare of a clink, which
the author taw ht to place in a tterple
four hundred feet shove the earth
Then, to at not to deny the surlienee
one thrill, which they were rightfully
entitled to, he putt the hero on one ol
the hands of the clock and hat the
naughty villain lork the door in the
steeple so that the man. who it on
time, might be delayed from returning
to earth until hit wallet hat becu
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er. loyal, thcaa apfcHa, aummer Sun'
day evenings ahi.ulil bring enough
folks to fill Ihe room. Can't you tell
(.old ami Itroadway Church of t'lirlit.
Illlile school at t:ii a. m. Ix-s-son,
lien. 27. th, 39. Memory text,
"Ho Khhu tlcapiaed hla birthright."
Sermon at II a. m. "The sixth
Coinmandmeni or the Sacrednca uf
ChrlHtlan Kndenvor meeting at 7
o'clock. "The Chriatian Minlatry of
Music." ps. lin:J-.
Kvening aermon at l- "Tha Sig
nificance of the Transfiguration."
ltllde study and prayer Wednes
day. p. ni. Cen. 30. SI.
All are welcome to these services.
I'n lean there I an unexpected freexe
men arc naked to come In their ehlrt
alccve and be comfortable.
lictmon P. Williams, minister, 122
Itci. P. Krelaiiimar, paalor.
A Herman aervlce will he held lo
Inoirow allemoon al 1.30 In the Cen
tral M. K- church, corner Arno and
Corner of silver avenue and Fifth
atreet. Ilutth A. Cooper, pastor; res
idence, ll.'i South Walter alreet.
1'huuincy A. Foreman. associate
paator: residence. 1 0 (it Kuat Central
Sunday school nt V ia a. m. Morn
Ins worahip al II. Communion aerv.
Ice nml reception of new members at
this rirvire. Kvening worahip at II
Sermon by Ihe pitalor. Musical pro
K ra m :
Prelude, "Adagio in A Flat"
In Directing Your Attention
To Oar Splendid Growth
We desire that you keep ia mind the fact that
this rapid expansion of ur business and ca
pacity ard facilities for serving you has been
attained only by the most careful and conser
We offer to our customers every accommoda
tion possible to sound banking. We have for
your use every madern banking facility and
convenience. These and our most courteous
attention arc at your service, no matter what
the size of your account.
United States Depository.
Ofl THE JEMEZ
Region of the Sprinr; More
Topular this Summer Than
Ever B:fore. Adams-Shieldi
(gawetal arreawaaaw sw t neealdl
Jeme Springs, N. M, July - M;s
Helen H Shields, daughter of Dr.
J. M. Hhlelda. and until July I poat
masler al thla place, wa married
Monday afternoon. July Klh. to Mr.
John A. Adam of the forest serv
ice. The ceremony waa performed
In AltiiKiucniue. Itev. II A. Cooper
officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Adama will
reaide for the present at William.
Mr. and Mr. A. W. Ilsyden are
camped on Ihe Ceholla, and expect
lo remain for about aix we,ka.
Mr. and Mra. Charles Fnlrhrother.
with Prof J. It. McCullum and hla
flaughter. Mm Ijtura. are camped at
the old aawmill for few days' fish
ing Mra. M. L. Albera and Miss Clara
Hlueher arrived laat night for a
Mr. Karl Shield of La Junta la
here visiting hla old home. Ha wit
nessed the marriage uf his later
while In AlbU'uertue.
Mr. Llnua U Shields, auperlnlend
rnt of the Snn Diego grant, haa re
turned from a trip over the grant.
Mra. W. K. Read, or the Head
ranch on the Rio I -a Haca. la viait
lng friend in town for g few day.
Mia Motile Clement yf Man Juan.
Colo.. I vlalt Ing Mr. J. W. Miller.
The Fourth waa celebrated here in
a quiet way by aome of Ihe Ameri
can residents with a aix-la I gather
ing In one of the homes. Patriotic
colors were floating everywhere and
Ice cream and cuke added a festive
touch to the avaning'a enjoyment.
Mia Salome Balmon of Santa Fe,
who has been ' visiting In the home:
of Moses Abouslemen, ha returned
Dr. and Mr. leroy Hroi k of Je
mex were guest at the home of Mrs
J. W. Miller Saturday night.
The government thermometer haa
registered from 70 to HO degreea thla
month no higher. The dally show
era keep the tempernlure down and
are a great relief from the heat of
the laat few days of June. And even
then It waa cooler than Alhuo,ueriie!
Mr. t.d Doran, a member of this
year's graduating claaa al the t'nl-
verslty of New Mexico, waa tn town
yesterday, en route to Albuiiaru,ua.
He haa covered the territory from
the t'eco to Santa Fe and her on
horaeback since commencement.
Mra. Thomaa DlHIaaal. ' with her
two little boya. la In town. She will
see Ihe Sulphur before returning to
offering. "Andante Con Moto"...
t ik in
Anthem, "Come, Holy llhi.at. With
Light Divine" Iluttn
Pi iat I u do Edward
I'relud. "Iniermesso" Huet
"oering, "Perenade Kraga
Anthem. "Lord, W pray Thee"..
Poet hide Kd wards
Chaiiea J. Andrew, dlraclor: Mia.
Hchi-ig pllea provoke profanity ml
pmlanlty won't remove Ihem. Doan'a
liniment la recommended for itching.
blaeiling or protruding pile, hi,- at
any drug store.
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