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Of The Past Week
liv Florence H. Crofford
Bay View Club
Tbb hostess for the Bay View Ilia
weak was Mrs. C. D. Jleolli, mid oho
of the Most Interesting HiBatlHgs in
the annals ox the elub took tihieo.
The topir of tho day, embracing ti
msdy of the groat atoriis, wan col
dtsettnl by Mm. and responses
to tho roll call tnld some interesting
nnrdnt3 of musicians. Mrs. Hollo
unit gave a ry enlightening talk nit
Tho Development .. Oratoria"; Mrs.
'ampboll rral a paper on "Develop
mat of Uraturia in tho Last Ono Hun
drtd Years. " Mr3. George rend an ar
tide on "Training tor An Orstorinl
tfswgwr. " The test of tho score of
Mendelssohn's great ortUefia, Elijah,
most sympathetically and beHti
fully r I by Mrs. R&udlo, while Mrs.
r'iitcgasi sang "0 Itsst in tbo Lord,"
i tm Klijah. verv sweetly.
The i-liih n glad to welcome the
new members, Mra. 1.. it. Pearson, aad
Mrs. ft. H. MceJCCr.
The net meeting will ho with Mrs.
Fdwio I'ady and will be devoted to
I honest ic Art.'
Viemhers in attendance Were Mes
Iiim' Ileoth, Cndy, C'rofford. Camp
bell, Ibntohoo, Falkenbprg. floldeoborg,
llollnntiio. ,lnr-eH. Join's. Koch. Meek
ir, Oenrge. Pearson. Handle, StasftH.
J' negnis, with Mr. Thomson, as gnost.
fifteobfltdl Concert Party
The sniisi- loers of Tueumcari wore
afforded a superb treat ot Tuesday
eening when tfaey were given tho op
l"rtunity io hear the greatest living
( inliiiut. l Theobaldi. and his sup
porter. Miss Keller pianist and Mad
Theobaldi ' remarkable genius do
' uti'd i verv large audience which sat
uf rani-.-l tinder the spoil of bis won
i.rfu' -r He evoked magic from bis
.11. ti l Hi accompanist was almost
wonderful xi Mil- piano. The two
snitnh.-i. 4rtitn called forth
enthusiastic plaudits, especially "The
N..iwoiginn Sleigh-bells Fantasy'1
which was indeed realist i .
Perhaps 'he second iolm number
"Tho Death of Osu " in which whs
heard tho sobbing mid wnlling of the
huiiiu voice, was tonlly the most re
markublo of Theobnldi's tenditionsj
(it ieh was in a cln to itself and each
-.eiiied mnie wouderful tlifiu those that
preceded and undoubtedly each proved
TheobNbli i be an artist and a genius.
Embroidery Club Holds
The m.Miibers and guests of tho Km
lrnleiv flub were bnnitlni'ly enter
! iind last l-'rldwy :ifternoun by Mrs.
. M. Par-mil!! in her pietty lioine. A
'b'li-ious sntiiil and coffee 'oiir.se di
X'Tsilled the usual pastime 4 crochet
nig. embroidery and needlework. Mrs.
Thomson, who litis been a welcome guest
(r several meetings, delighted the In
d e with some fetching new designs in
i ruchet nod many bright idea in re
gard to holiday aiftj. Two new mem
bers. McsiIhiik-v Milb.r mid Mnrkhnm,
cr Mted Into the club.
Members proeiit were Mesdntiies Hoc
r, Hcorge. Hechett, llamilton, Heeth,
lientmlt, Morris, Handle. Abel-. Thorn
m. N'oble. s. ndersoi). and the hostess
fr i r
Surprise Party for Miss Street
Mrs. Alex. -Street invited n number
..! the young folks for lnt Monday ev-
riing to her home ns a farewell sur
prise to Mis Kuln. who left Tue.sMuy
iiornlng for N'ovada. Mo. where -he
vlll enti-r rhe Olrls' fcllege at that
Flinch was the smuo of the evening
.md also a drawing contest in which
Mi9 Lnura Hicbif was the lueky rc
ipient nf n box of candy. Hefrcsh--iicnts
of brick ic--rpam and coke con
'nded the evening's cntertninmen'.
Proseat. other than the honoree. were
Misses I.aurn and Mildred Hlehio. Mat-
Roece Wells Maple N'aefus. Zilla
"hitmore. Dillon Hrown. Alice Wenkloy
tiinctt.- nndii3ky. Minnie Ilorno and
l f : . it N'Hfnu .ind Tiracie Hell:
Messrs. Sands, Oufford, Cowart, Itob
inioii, Xaefus, Parker, Tuttle, Harrison,
I'rsklne and Arthur, Max and Charlie
Thi- Woinnns' (Tub met this week on
V-liie.l t.v a ft or n nun ilh Mrs. Ir. S.
'. t H topic dlsciiied being a con
tiiinii'i.... of politics. Roll call respons
es wort- 'eniM about the Vice President
lal . aiididato. The platforms of the
I'roun-'.ive. So.-inllst anil Prohibition
pintle wcte then read by Mesdames
Hlttmii, McOnmmwi and Sandusky, mid
dWMie wltb much interest ami en
tliuslasm. Mrs. Devor sang a solo
which wa greatly enjoyed as wns an In
Ptiumental number bv Mrs. Fftntiley
Law son. The jirognuu wns concluded
with eurrent events by the club, which
then adjourned to meet next week with
With the Church Societies
Mr. S. H. Richie was the hostess to
the liidfo of tli'. aid socletv on Thurs
day afteiiioon. number of members
passed the time in working on articles
frT their annual bamir. which will take
place wi Nov. 2.1. with a Turkey Pinner
as an inducement.
Present were Mesdamc Krsklne, Clav
jell. Shelton. Pindle, Wlngrove. Shinbls.
il)e011verla. Richie Sr. Wellnn nn.l Miss
Hn.in. Mr. Richie was agisted in serv
ing nlad course bv her two daugb
t.rs. Misses Lmirn and Mlldrod.
Mrs Robert. entertained the members
of the Rnptl.it Ladies' Aid on Thursday
, afternoon : also in n buslne.su meeting.
The "Ttip Around the World" ha
i been indefinit e v prstpnncd. Members
presetr were Mesdames Whitmore, Me-
Kenie. Hit. Patikey. Rnsbv. I)lmukes,
I Pack. Hamilton and Roberts.
I The following ladies of the ..fetho-
'dlst Missionary Socletv. met with Mrs.
j Hopper for the usual lesson and as a
farewell tribute to Mrs. HedgpoHi. who
is leaving the city: Mesdames Hodg-
' peth. Sherwood. Huston, flainpboll, Hub
linutnn. Wharton, fiorbhit.lt. Muudell.
,llitsiui. Kirkpatriek. SmlUi. Murphy,
j Tarpley. Elkins. Nlcbolsou. fonksoy,
I end Haas.
rtood show all next week at Kvan?
Oporn House, populai price.
VISIT mOM OLD TIML FRIENDS
On last Saturday morning M' '"i'l
Mrs. I, M. llorst, of Nash ' '
wii'.in we Knew these t wotit v lh m -h
njji'. .-nine intn ..hi town Mun
t ip si fsosn a trip through 'he W.
lieii-.es. nlt Lake. I'ortlinid. Se.tn.
I'Vi.eo. ,o ngeles. VA 'h . i d ' 1
-nti.-nri. We i.nd n delight tol ist, M'
ll-nvllns coin Si up at "'' 4ttui..i
i-..iiisi)i. and e ehntted until H I"
aid at I n. so. Sttnlay nnsrssing Ms
ll'iist had n severe spell with her he.i-t
,-iimI ir. t'VrirWson reeonstnended h. r r.
n. . l to n heaor altitude it "i"-
i. n left fi-i the Knst Bf I is m. Sim
da. Sorry their stay was nf slue'
and alirnptly, but hope the rei.-hel
sin Tuesday. Oct. IB. 10 12. -Indite
Siiinuel H. Mc Kirov, the new justice,
ot the peace, united Miss Grace f'olo
masi t.i Mr. .1. P. Hnssey, in his olllm
oef the Miller Drag Store, and he says
be tied a knot which is unit n ii
yiMing hearts for life, in which he e
tends best wishes for their future hap
pines. t is trotting h's share ..f 'In
inumatto i,reiitriiiies. beisig Mvo -hi-
BROTHER .TOE" TO LEAVE
We regret to say this! Hro. .ImI lleilg
pct'i i to lenve us, ms the t'linfeiesn e
has seen lit to send him to Poos. .-.
lie and his es' imabte wife will In- s-niv
Rev. A. V. Kvans, formerly ( 1,1
Paso Highland Park . hurch. will Li
the pastor of the M. K. ehnr.-h. Soiifh.
here, and we ovtetid o him a hearty
Made to Order Suits
Prices $18.00 to $50.00
We lm vi imw "ii tliI'lny in mir winrluw ;i few
..I' tin- imiiiy tf icrti itii'l it if um sniii.lc.
Inn the pi'ifp f ginitln Toi' fill in stiii. Vmi cmh tdl
just wliai n suit will Intilt Ouv sclnrMioii is Ijii-oc
,-ni. I we can plt-nsp nil. in jnnwls. t-nlop. pi'lcc :ml in
We minninh'p sniisfnef itn in ilicsc suits and n
trial is nil we nst. OiII, Itiol IIhmu ovcp aiul net our
iriM s, whifli will i-c-iM ainly jiIpiisp the most cntifal
Vnit!' wish tn r pltuifmrpi
The M. B. Goldenberg Co.
fter N'iveiiiber 1. UU2. the News
will again be I'ntil Hint dale
you .nil yet tho News to .laii'inry 1,
Mill, for fl.uO. Subscribe or renew
ami Io it now.
Mi I.ona Hrnssell married to Mr
Homer V. Dibble. .n Oct. HJ. by Rev.
A. II Million, in h.s oillce in tho Tior
rintj building. Hoth parties wore ot
(vua . New Mexico.
.1. IS. Lancaster, of Guvmou. 0!ln
-is in town the tlrst nf the week.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to extend sihecio thanks
to our ft esuls lm- Umd a.-ts and ex
piess..i. hi viiii,-thv ilnriny our be
rea I'll us Dr. and Mr. Herring.
J. M. GARDNER INJURED
i in I an is ,ii it I'i-. in, .1 M. (inidiiei ,
.si insp.M'-" i! Iiiiraii vas struck by
,i trill, I. 'he I'll"' tutting hllll in the
abdomen an-l :t s nu In m -lsie lift
teet oi mors', lacerating his hand bad
ly. aid in tuct he i Injiiied all ssVff
i sol perhaps seriiiimi. Ir. Cook brought
nisn f" Tiiciiincnri Hospital last night
and they htsve wired for seruns as a '
prevent at ie of lock law.
OARD OF THANKS
I Iciie to i haul; the Kilt Lodge, the
Tiicniii. aii Hand and the many friend
viio enttiiled kind act and word of
ytnpatliy . luring the illnew ati.l death
M. ft".. Kdler
i,s ., I'.ni.t Meilicn! .Society ctm
..M. l I. sp :u h--i.hi. ami adopted
' ,. Ii.llut ,nt: re. i lilt loli ;
ii'ii. led iii Hi tnllnite wiodotu.
an -alie.1 t.i Inn lust testing place, lit-us--
H rnsig, tlisi ehbt son of Dr. B.
t1'. Ileituig, ine of the honored mnmber
,t this society,
Mi: IT KtSSULVUn, Thni we extend
in Di. Horsing and his fnuilly our pre
foiini -viii put h in this hour of deep
gl let .
V. W. N'oble. President
. K. Brown, Secretary.
To. "tis .11.. V. M. Oct. It, IP 1 2
.l.i'iuh a1 Mir I'n'v s.iturdfi I" a.
HOUSE FOR SALE One of the be,3t
boils n.-w adobes isi the city, well Io
it,... .M , si- snoderii and worth all
- ' '-i -a Mlelits. .Vows Olllee
"jpHE opening days of our great slaughter sale far exceeded our expectations. SUCH
CROWDS. They almost swamped us. The people of Quay County certainly know
a good thing, but SAY, if you don't hurry some of you are going to be badly disappoint
ed. Some of the lines are entirely gone wiped out the first day while sizes on others
are badly broken. Remember when it may be too late that we begged you not to delay.
The bargains were here. Don't blame us if you don't get in on them.
EMEMBER SATURDAY MORNINGTHE EVENT OF THE
Should we be unable to accommodate the crowd in the store, which now seems likely we
will turn the PIGS loose from the platforms.
Remember Saturday Morning- at 10 A. M.
NOTE: We are forced to call off the picture deal. We had 200 of them but they were all
gone the second day. Wish we had had 1000 of them.
GROSS, KELLY & CO