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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909.
H'i'H''H'fr'W-4-H''H"8 H,. About Phoenix People l"I"l-l"8"l"H"i"l"l I ! I .''r'rlHliiiillliriM"l"M"l"llltlll"I"l"I"l"l"l"lilI"t' Perfect in all Its appointments was the Lincoln Tea given Friday after noon, from 2 to 5, by Mrs. Hugh E. Campbell, at her handsome home on North Central avenue In honor of Mrs. E. S. Clark and Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson. The decorations In the house were elaborate and appropriate for the occasion. The color scheme red; white and blue, being carried out with the aid of carnations, violets, almond blossoms, and smilax. The wide veranca was draped with flags and presented a very beautiful effect as one approached the entrance. In the reception and living rooms, bands of red, white and blue crepe paper were festooned from the smilax draped chandelier to the corners and sides of the room. The. mantle was banked with smilax and partly screened from view by an Immense basket of almond blossoms. The din ing room was especially attractive and beautiful. Ribbons of red white and blue crepe paper wer" festooned from the bedecked chandelier to the corners of the room and also to the corners of the table ending in urge rosettes and streamers. The center piece of the table was a large brass Jardinier filled with red ; and white carnations and banked around tne base with bunches of violets inter sperced with the fern, carrying out the color scheme of red, white and blue. The rooms were darkened .and red, white and blue candles cast a soft glow over all Punch was serv ed in the up-stairs hall, which was decorated in the same pretty colors. An orchestra under the direction of Prof. Karl Heinrichs discoursed music during the afternoon. Mrs. Campbell was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Helen Bury, Mrs. W. F. Nichols, Mrs. T. W. Pemberton, Mrs. Dan Francis, Mrs. E. E. Kirkland, Mrs. Sampson, Mrs. Dorris, Mrs. I. T. Hosey, Mrs. L. Hol.len, Mrs. Clark Churchill, Mrs. Hartranft, Mrs. Schultz, Mrs. Coalter, Mrs. E. T. Colllngs, Mrs. Reed and Miss Fish. Among the invited guests were Mrs. Carrie Jacobs-Bond and Miss Sharlot Hall, two noted persons who are spending a few days in Phoenix. The invited list included Mrs. J. C. Adams, Mrs. George Alkire, Mrs. Albrecht, Misses Archer, Mrs. J. L. B. Alexan der, Mrs. Avis, Mrs. Archer, Miss Adams, Mrs. Carrie Jacobs-Bond, Mrs. E. J. Burke, Mrs. Helen Bury, Mrs. E. J. Bennitt, Mrs. Walter Ben nett, Mrs. George P. Bullard, Mrs. Robert B. Burmister, Mrs. ' Albert Cornelius Baker, Mrs. Burmister, Mrs. D. H. Burtis, Miss Bennett, Mrs. W. C. Barnes, Mrs. Fred Breen, Mrs. j Isaac Barth, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Joseph Cope, Mrs. Clark Churchill, Mrs. j Louis H. Chalmers, Mrs. Coats, Mrs. Vernon Clark, Mrs. E. S. Clark, Mrs. H. M. Campbell, Mrs. Chas. Christy, Mrs. D. L. Conner, Mrs. E. T. Col llngs, Mrs. George H. Cook, Miss Coats, Mrs. Coles, Mrs. Beverly Cox, Mrs. Frank Cox, Mrs. J. V. Cren shaw, Mrs. J. R. C'rain, Mrs. T. J. Coulter, Miss Ida Clouse, Mrs. V. H. Campbell, Mrs. Shirley Christy, Mrs. Creighton, Mrs. Coombs, Miss Coombs, Miss Evelyn Croft, Mrs. P. G. Cor nish, Mrs. Cox. Mrs. Martha Car penter, Mrs. William Dawes, Miss Dawes, Mrs. L. M. Darby, Mrs. C. H. Davidson, Mrs. William Defty, Mrs. J. W. Dorris, Mrs. C. D. Dorris. Mrs. Warren Davis, Mrs. Downing, Miss Laura Dobbs, Mrs. E. M. Depew, Mrs. Chas. E. DeMund, Mrs. D. M. Frances, Mrs. W. C. Foster, Mrs. Wm. Adam Farrieh, Mrs. B. A. Fowler, Mrs. B. A. Fickas, Miss Fish, Mrs. Frankforter, Mrs. Dave Goldberg, j Mrs. Chas. Goldman, Mrs. Leo Gold man, Mrs. Aaron Goldberg, Miss Rose Beil Goldman, Mrs. Barry M. GoJd water, .airs. G. N. Gage, Mrs. W. S. Goldworthy, Mrs. Justus Goebel, Mrs. Henry L. George, Mrs. Roy S. Good rich, Mrs. J. C. Green, Mrs. God man. Miss Clara Godman, Mrs. Gregg, Miss Jane Gregg, Mrs. J. S. Griffin, Mrs. A. W. Galpin, Mrs. H. G. Gray, Mrs. S. S. Green, Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson, Mrs. W. A. Hutchinson, Mrs. J. B. Hocker, Miss Mabel Hocker, Mrs. George M. Halm, Miss Halm, Mrs. I. T. Hosey, Miss E. C. Hull, Mrs. A. G. Hulett, Mrs. F. A. Hilderbran, Mrs. Dwight Heard, Mrs. L. E. Hewins, Mrs. J. C. Hurley, Mrs. Wm. G. Hart ranft, Mrs. Stephen W. Higley, Mrs. Lawrence Holden, Mrs. Chas. Howard, Mrs. Carl Hayden, Miss Sal lle Hayden, Mrs. F. S. Hildreth, Mrs. Harrison, Miss Hitchlns, Mrs. J. Hen nessy, Miss Sara G. Jacobs, Mrs. Marcus Jacobs, Mrs. Wm. K. James, Mrs. Margaret J. Jones, Mrs. Ira J. Johnson, Mrs. H. J. Jessop, Miss Jessop, Mrs. Jenks, Mrs. E. E. Jack, Mrs. Harry Kay, Mrs. Mills Kendrick, Mrs. Edward Kent, Mrs. Harry M. Kennedy, Mrs. Edward E. Kirkland, Mrs. Joseph E. Kibbey, Mrs. Kirk wood, Mrs. Ernest W. Lewis, Mrs. William B. Lount, Mrs. H. I. Latham, Mrs. W. G. Lentz, Mrs. H. C. Lockett, Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. Lightburne, Mrs. George Logie, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. F. M. Livermore, Miss Loraine Scott, Mrs. T. Linn, Mrs. Lowell, Mrs. Ancll Martin, Mrs. G. F. Merryman, Mrs. W. W. McNc-ff, Mrs. Samuel H. Mitchell, Mrs. James McClintock, Mrs. A.' C. McQueen, Mrs. W. J. Murphy, Miss Murphy, Mrs. Munger. Miss Munger, Miss Morton, Mrs. Mudersbach, Miss Meehan, Mrs. W. F. Nichols, Mrs. John Noble, Mrs. J. C. Norton, Mrs. George Newman, Mrs. Norris, Mrs. G. Noll, Mrs. S. Oberfel dtr, Mrs. John P. Page, Mrs. W. S. Pickrell, Mrs. T. W. Pemberton, Miss Pemberton, Mrs. L. L. Piank, Mrs. Otto E. Plath, Mrs. B. A. Packard, Mrs. P. P. Parker, Mrs. A. J. Pitts, Miss Philips, Mrs. Warren E. Rollins, Mrs. Henry Riddle, Mrs. Harry Roundtree, Mrs. F. C. Reid, Mrs. Eu gene Redewill, Mrs. C. O. Robinson, Miss Roach, Mrs. Louis Sands, Mrs. Scarborough, Mrs. Stoddard, Mrs. Perry Sears, Mrs. A. J. Sampson. Mrs. A. K. Stacy, Miss Stacy, Mrs. Stacy, Mrs. Webster Street, Mrs. J. J. Sweeny, Mrs. Leslie Sherman, Mrs. Charles Schultz, Mrs. Spangler, Mrs. Terry Sears, Mrs. Sutter, Mrs. E. A. Sliker, Mrs. H. B. St. Claire, Mrs. E. L. Shaw, Mrs. W. F. Sisson, Mrs. G. M. Shaver, Mrs. Walter Talbot, Mrs. K. M. Tafel, Mrs. Thompson,. Mrs. Gordon Tweed, Mrs. W. E. Tnomas, Mrs. M. V. Warren, Mrs. Walker. Miss Walker, Mrs. Lewis Thompson, Miss Thompson, Mrs. Van Kirk, Mrs. Geo. Vickers, Miss Vansant, Mrs. H. C. Taeger, Mrs. Louis Taeger, Mrs. Yuple, Miss Hoffman, Mrs. Dysart, ! H Hlll'HriA"l 1 -S-! ! ! Iltf Mrs. Swetnam, Mrs. Charlotte M. Hall. PInney, Miss Miss Mary Jenkins was the charm ing honoree at a beautiful violet luncheon and heart party given Tues day by Mrs. L. H. Chalmers. The luncheon was served at small tables, the centerpiece of each being a mass of violets tied with different colored ribbons.- The guests found their places at the tables by choosing small bows, four of a color, red, green, pink, lavender, blue, yellow and purple, representing the seven tables. Each young lady received as a favor a bunch of fragrant violets. .At the game of hearts Miss Abbie Pickrell received first prize and Miss Elsie Munger the consolation. Those enjoying Mrs. Chalmer's hospitality were Miss Jenkins; Mrs. Joe Green, Mrs. Geo. Lutgerding, Miss Ethel Swofford, Miss Berenice Radford, Miss Helen Alexander, Miss Alice Redewill. Miss Mabel Hocker, Miss Sylvia Ainsworth, Miss Ruth Jessop, Miss Ruth Ainsworth, Miss Abbie Pickrell. Miss Evelyn Croft, Miss Ada Van sant, Miss Elsie Munger, Miss Sallie Jacobs, Miss Frances Pemberton, Miss Nona Kingsbury, Miss Rosabell Goldman, Miss Reba Heyman. Miss Marguerite Adams, Miss Frankie An derson, Miss Sadie Allen. Miss Belle Stephens, Miss Louise Swetnam. Miss Edith Bennett. Miss Hazel DeMund, Miss Fay De Mund. Miss Ollie Fisher, Miss Mabel McNeil, Miss Louise Murphy. Miss Grace Stacy, Miss Olive Wilson, Miss Catherine Boise and Miss George Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Diehl de lightfully entertained Thursday eve ning with a ,-500" party. The house was artistically decorated with huge bunches of pink roses and pink car nations and sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Diehl's guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Christy, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lane, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Pickrell, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ensign, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Burtis, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wilk- nson, Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Burmister, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. James, Dr. and Mrs. Louis Dysart, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Dorris, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorris, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilderbran, Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Hosey, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pin ney, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Heard, Mr. and Mrs. Howe Williams, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Defty, Mr. and Mrs. Hart ranft. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Goldsworthy, Mr. and Mrs. James Griffen, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. De Mund, Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Connor, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Collings. Mrs. Ancil Martin W. F. Nichols. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. Lesher entertained with bridge Wednesday at the Country club In honor of her mother, Mrs. Robert Bosch of Buffalo. Miss Rosa- bell Goldman received the first prize and Miss Dorothy Gillmun the sec ond, at the card game. Mrs. Lesher's guests included Mrs. Robert Bosche, Mrs. Harry Tritle, Mrs. Leo Goldman, Mrs. Howe Williams, Mrs. Frank Hilderbran, Mrs. Dave Goldberg, Mrs. H. J. Jessop, Mrs. I. T. Hosey, Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury, Mrs. Rosenbaum, Mrs. Sol Lewis, Mrs. Simon Ober felder, Mrs. P. A. Tharaldson, Mrs. J W. Crenshaw, Mrs. H. Tress, Mrs. Henry George, Mrs. W. Nowland, 1t- nnile Tr YV m Smith fia 1 stoddard Mrs. S. E. Coats, Mrs. Firth, Mrs. Davie, Mrs. P. H. Chal mers, Mrs. L. M. Darby, Mrs. W. E. Field, Mrs. Geo. Halm, Mrs. Frank Ainsworth, Mrs. Chandler of Mesa, Miss Rosabell Goldman, Miss Ollie Fisher, Miss Winifred Jessop, Miss Ada Vansant, Miss Ruth Jessop, Miss Evelyn Croft, Miss Nona Kingsbury and Miss Mary Jenkins. Mrs. P. D. Lowell was the hostess at an elaborate dinner given at the Hotel Adams, Friday evening, in hon or of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hilder- brand, to celebrate the second anni versary of their wedding. A unique and beautiful scheme was carried out in the decorations. The table was a vision of beauty in red and white, relieved with soft, green ferns. The centerpiece was formed of red car nations and roses and the open cot ton pod. These were arranged in diamond-shaped sections in the cen ter of the table' and were lighted with red shaded candelabra. Invited to meet Mr. and Mrs. Hilderbrand were: Mr. and Mrs. Parvin, Mr. and Mrs. Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Hosey, Miss Adams, Miss Sweeney, Messrs. Cassou and Hanson and the host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Lowell. ... Mrs. Beverly Cox was the hostess Tuesday of a "500" party in compli ment to Mrs. Marian Grace of Los Vegas, Nevada. The wide veranda of the Cox home was screened in with palms and greens, making a cool and cozy room for playing cards. Mrs. S. E. Day carried off the first prize, Mrs. Clay Leonard the second and Mrs. Mary Wood the good luck prize. The invited guests included Mrs. Grace, Mrs. Hocker, Mrs. Day, Mrs. Wood, Mrs. Leonard, Mrs. De Forrest Boehmer, Porter, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Mrs. T. W. Pemberton, Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Gold Mrs. Joss, Mrs. Helen Mrs. Clark Pinney, Mrs. Grimstead, stein, Mrs. C. H. Luke, Mrs. Will Cox of Jerome, Bury, Mrs. Ed. Kirkland, Churchill, Mrs. Case, Mrs. Sims Ely, Miss Sallie Jacobs, Miss Grace Stacy, Fowler, Miss Grimstead and Crawford of Jerome. Miss Miss A Jolly picnic party to Echo can yon, Friday, chaperoned by Mrs. II. H. McNeff and Mrs. E. Ganz, was composed of Miss Selma Gold berg, Miss Norma Sweeney, Miss Helen Laird, Miss Hazel Goldberg, Miss Mildred Stacy, Miss Elizabeth Bennett, Miss Raima Chalmers, Harry Young, Bob Dunlap, George McNeil, Sims Ely, jr., Bob Nowland, Jay Al kire, Arthur Halm and Roy Kirkland. The engagement of Miss Margaret Florence Callahan to Frank Bernard Thomas will come as a great sur prise to their many friends. Miss Callahan is a Chicago girl, but has resided in Phoenix the past two win- many friends who happiness. Mr. in Phoenix since a popular young man. both in the social and business world. The wedding will occur in the summer. Mrs. Fred Breen . and Mrs. C. C. Hutchinson were the honorees at a luuncheon and heart-whist party giv en Wednesday, the 10th, by Mrs. Dan Francis. The parlors and small tables where the luncheon was served were beautifully decorated in almond blossoms and ferns. Mrs. Francis was assisted In receiving by Mrs. Archibald J. Sampson, Mrs. Hugh E. Campbell, Mrs. Helen Bury, Mrs. E. E. Kirkland and Mrs. William Lount. At the game of whist Mrs. W. C. Foster received the first prize, a cut glass nappy: Mrs. G. W. Vickers, the second, a bowl of Norse pottery, and Mrs. D. H. Burtis the valentine prize, a live duck, which created all sorts oi amusement. Invited to meet Mrs. Breen and Mrs. Hutchinson were: Mrs. Joseph Kibbey, Mrs. Walter Talbot, Mrs. J. Sherburne Jencks, Mrs. T. M. Goodman, Mrs. Henry Yaeger, Mrs. Louis Yaeger, Mrs. B. A. Fowler, Mrs. C. D. Dorris. Mrs. J. W. Dorris, Mrs. Ancil Martin, Mrs. L. E. Hewins, Mrs. D. II. Kurtis, Mrs. J. E. Walter, Mrs. P. P. Parker, Mrs. Joseph Cope, Mrs. W. E. Defty, Mrs. Plank, Mrs. Sherman, Mrs. J. J. Sweeney, Mrs. W. F. Nichols, Mrs. D. L. Connor, Mrs. H. B. Wilkinson, Mrs. C. H. Davidson, Mrs. W. S. Pickrell, Mrs. G. W. Vickers, Mrs. W. W. McNeff, Mrs. A. G. Hulett, Mrs. R. M. Tafel, Mrs. T. J. Coalter. Mrs. Charles Schultz. Mrs. H. M. Kennedy, Mrs. Vernon Clark, Mrs. Gustave Noll, Mrs. Justus Goebel, Mrs. S. Higley. Mrs. E. S. Clark, Mrs. Lightburne, Mrs. 'J. H. Coles, Mrs. W. C. Foster, Mrs. Ira J. Johnson, Mrs. G. M. Halm, Mrs. Henry Lock ett, Mrs. J. S. Griffff., Mrs. H. P. DeMund, Mrs. Williams, "Mrs. W. G. Hart ranft, Mrs. E. T. Collings, Mrs. T. W. Pemberton, Mrs. W. S. Golds worthy, Mrs. L. D. Dameron, Mrs. J. M. Yaple, Miss Honor Duke, Miss Lois Murphy and Miss Esther Hull. The final dance given by the Bach elors Friday evening in the Arizona School of Music was by no means the least enjoyable of the three given this season. The auditorium, where danc ing was enjoyed, was appropriately decorated in red, white and blue bunt ing and American flags. The lights were shaded, with the bunting, giving a pretty effect to all. The Bachelors and their guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Charley Munger, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Noll, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Creigh ton, Dr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. George Lutgerding, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tritle, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rine hart, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roundtree, Miss Ed ith Bennett, Miss Ruth Jessop, Miss Ruth Ainsworth, Miss Nona Kings bury, Miss Abbie Pickrell, Miss Alice Redewill, Miss Fish, Miss Elsie Corn stock, Miss Vance Comstock, Miss Mabel Hocker, Miss Lemmie Stauffer, Miss Beatrice Boland, Miss Edna Hoffman, Miss Ethel Swofford, Miss Berenice Radford, Miss Louise Ben nett, Miss Lois Murphy, Miss Elsie Munger, Miss Ella Eyre, Miss Mc Gavlck. Miss Anna Luke, Miss Cof fin, Miss Marguerite Adams, Miss Helen Alexander, Miss Louise Swet nam, Ben Stanton, Harry Pierson, Jack Thornton, C. G. Mayer, Robert Peabody, It. J. Schweppe, Dr. DuBols, F. A. Laird, Hal Bennett, George Morris, Kirk Moore, Jack Ainsworth, W. C. Rogers, Tom Prescott, Dr. Redewill. Robert McCulloch, Hog wood. Hansen, Joe Cassou, Chas. Stauffer, Clarence Stancage, Van Allen, Donald McQueen, E. Sprague, Kieth Flckreli, Harry James Harry Klawans, Will Callahan, Ernest Ben nett, Tom Bradford, James Parker, Sid Osborne, Perry Munger, Milton P. Munger and Garret Schuler. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tritle were hosts at an enjoyable dancing party given Wednesday evening at the Country club in honor of Miss Ollie Fisher of Prescott. The invited guests were: Mr. and Mrs. W. -E. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mun ger, Mr. and Mrs. George Lutger ding, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Green, Miss Marguerite Adams, Miss Helen Alexander, Miss Louise Bennett, Miss Elizabeth Bennett, Miss Mabel Hock er, Miss Edith Bennett, Miss Olive Wilson, Miss Gillman, Miss Elsie Munger, Miss Frances Pemberton, Miss Reba Heyman, Miss Hazel Gold berg, Miss Selma Goldberg, Miss Alice Redewill, Miss Rrookle George Miss Ethel Swofford, Miss Rose Bell Gold man, Miss Abbie Pickrell, Miss Sallie Jacobs, Miss Grace Stacy, Miss Bosche, Miss Nona Kingsbury, Miss Sylvia Ainsworth, Miss Ruth Ains worth, Miss Raima Chalmers, Miss Mary Jenkins, Miss Ruth Jessop, Miss Rema Dorris, Miss Gillum, Miss Emma Stoeffel, Miss Norma Sweeny, Miss Louise Swetnam, Joe Shear, Newton Levy, Sylvan Ganz, Celora Stoddard, Richard Schweppe, Hugh Knox, Sidney Goldman, BuRene Gold man, Walter Marsden, William Cole man, William C. Rogers, F. H. Rock well, Keith Pickrell, Harry Van Al len, Robert Craig, William Callahan, Vernon Cook, George Kirkland. Geo. Morris, Kirke Moore, Calso Mayer. Joe Cassou, F. H. Bennett. Hal Ben nett, Arthur Ainsworth, Ernest Ben nett, Charles Stauffer, Clay Parker, James Parker, Fred Tritle, E .F. Dun levy, M. C. McDougall and Cass Redewill. Mrs. M. Flaherty most charmingly entertained with a five o'clock din ner and musical evenfng last Tues day in honor of Mrs. Maurice J. Griffin of Chicago, and Mrs. Benton A. Harris of Kewanee, who are vis iting their brother, Thomas Boyle. The table centerpiece was of red car nations and ferns. Those present were Mrs. M. J. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyle, Mrs. M. Flaherty, the Misses Mary and Helen Boyle, Mrs. Ronton A. Harris, Mrs. O'Connell, Mrs. J. Hughes, Miss Bertha Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Connelley. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Doyle were hosts at a jolly little dinner party. Wednesday evening. The centerpiece of the table was an artistic bouquet of violets and ferns. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Roland. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Lowell. Mr. and tors and has made wish her great Thomas has lived childhood and Is Mrs. Frank Hilderbran, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Draper Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parvin, Miss Mae Foran and Miss Elizabeth Conklin. Mr. and Mrs. John Page entertain ed informally Monday evening with bridge. Miss Sallie Jacobs received the first prize for the high score at the game. Those enjoying the eve ning were: Mrs. C. I. Stacy, Miss Sallie Jacobs, Miss Helen Alexander, Miss Grace Stacy, Miss Rosabell Goldman, Kirk T. Moore, George D. Morris, John R. Hampton, Walter Marsdon and Adolph Lautz. . The Country club held open house Friday afternoon and among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lan dis. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Ross, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodrich. Mrs. R. W. Craig, Miss Rosabell Goldman, Miss Rose Walter, W. T. Rogers, Dick Schweppl, Pud Bennett, Sidney Goldman, Arthur Ainsworth, R. Peabody, C. Mayer, Eugene Goldman, David Bachman and Joe Shear. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyle enter tained with a jolly picnic party, Thursday, Jo their mine, "The Badger." in honor of Mrs. Maurice J. Griffin of Chicago, and Mrs. Ben ton A. Harris of Wewanee. The nic nic party was composed of Mrs. B. A. Harris, Mrs. M. J. Griffin, Mrs. M. Flaherty, Miss Helen Boyle, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boyle and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baycroft. ' The regular meeting of the Wom an s club, Tuesday, will be current event day. Mrs. W. S. Pickrell will give a brief talk on Sicily before the earthquake, and Mrs. J. C. Hurley, Sicily, after the earthquake. A very interesting musical program has been arranged. Brief talks will be given on Mendelssohn, Chopin and Hayden. Miss Monica Flaherty entertained some of- her little friends wltn a val entine party, Saturday afternoon. Those who enjoyed the afternoon were:' Miss Bcrnice O'Malley, Helen O'Malley, Bertha Hughes, Frances Collins, Frances Long, Norma Creech Francis Geare, Edith Norton, Loretta Heyne. Leta Heyne, Frances Maloney and Mary O'Connell. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hlggins, Mr. and Mrs. Albion McLellan, Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Angeny, Mr. and Mrs. L. Grier, Mrs. Parker, Miss Alberta Munson, Miss Francis Bell, Miss Jessie Jones, Darld Mc Ciure, Wm. Fay, Fred Gillinder, Ralph Brown and Lou Callahan, en joyed a hay ride, Friday, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Townsend. Mrs. Sol Lewis and Mrs. Rosen baum of Oakland, California, were the guests of honor at a dainty violet luncheon given Tuesday by Mrs. A. C. Baker. After the luncheon, bridge was enjoyed, the prizes being receiv ed by Mrs. Sol Lewis and Mrs. Dave Goldberg. ... The Neighborhood bridge club held an enjoyable meeting last Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kennedy. Mrs. C. H. David son and E. T. Collings are wearing the pins this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Burtis will be hosts for the club this week. Miss Elsie Munger was hostess for the Tuesday evening bridge club last week. The high scores were made by Miss Francis Pemberton and George Lutgerding. Mr. and Mrs. George Lutgerding will entertain the club this week. Mrs. Sol Lewis and Mrs. Rosen baum, who have been visiting Mrs. Simon Oberfelder. left Wednesday for their home In Oakland, California Mrs. Lewis and Will Kosenbaum will spend several days at the Grand Can yon. e e The Pooh Bah bridge club met Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Chalmers. Mrs. Chalmers and H. B. Wilkinson made high scores. Mr. and Mrs. Hartranft will entertain the club Saturday. e Mr. and Mrs. Francis Grace and daughter, left Thursday evening for their home in Las Vegas, Nevada Mrs. Grace will be remembered as Miss Marian Porter. Miss Reba Heyman, who formerly resided in Phoenix, arrived Saturday from Tacoma, Washington, and will visit for several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Goldberg. , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burke Thursday evening for Oregon. left Miss Beatrice Boland of Oakland Is visiting Miss Louise Swetnam for several weeks. Miss Boland and Miss DO IT Telephone D0N0FRI0 To Bring Up some of that Pecan-Maple Ice Cream Phone Main 281 were roommates at Mills Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bosch;-And Bister, of Buffalo,, New York, are re cent arrivals and will visit untfl March with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Lesher. Mrs. Vernon Clark and son, Wil liam Callahan, have taken apart ments for the remainder of the " win' ter at the Hotel Adams. - - The members of the Country club will give their annual ball in the Arizona club rooms next Thursday, February 18th. Judge J. W. Sullinger, wife and" daughter, of Kansas City, Missouri, are spending a few weeks with Mrs. Charles De Mund. David Bachman Is spending a few days with Sidney Goldman, on his way from San Francisco to the City of Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shear, and daughters, of New York City, are ex pected Monday, and will remain In definitely. Invitations are out from Mrs. A. K. Stacy and Miss Stacy for bridge at the Country club, Friday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard George of Mesa visited several days of last week with Mr. and Mrs. George Luhrs. Mrs. M. Gilmer of San Francisco will be the guest of Miss Marguerite Adams for several weeks. Celora Stoddard left Thursday for a visit of several days in Stoddard, Arizona. Miss Ollie with Fisher of Mr. and ' Prescott is Mrs. Harry visiting Tritle. George Neal week in town, Adams. of Bisbee a guest of spent the the Hotel Arthur Luhrs came down from Ray last Tuesday and spent three days at home. L J. as, is city. Kinnett of San Antonio, Tex spending a few days In the J. end M. Ross of Prescott was a week visitor in the city. J. B. visitor Yates of Jerome for several dyas. is a Phoenix Misses Chandler of Mrs. Welsner. The guests Miss of Mesa are Sharlot Hall was a visitor In town last week. HARR1MAN A PORTENT. Mr. Harriman's ventures In the stock market with the $131,000,000 which he raised a year and a half ago through the use of the credit of the I'nion Pacific not only demoralized the stock market, but it extended his sway both as a railway proprietor, and a politician. Ho has his creatures, not many in congress, but in the legisla tures of the many states through which his linee run. He Is even re ported to have owned governors. Cer tainly B. B. Odell,' Jr., was very friendly toward him. If any one wants an example of state political machines manipulated in the interests of a rail way one has only to go to California. where Harriman's Southern Pacific j stretches Its tentacles from the Oregon i line to Mexico. There one will quick ly discover that the objection to Har rlman is not merely that he is un scrupulous. It Is bad enough to have legislators and city officials, as well as newspapers, devoted to the interests of a man whose methods are some times those of a buccaneer. But were Mr. Harriman the archangel Gabriel; were he the most benevolent despot alive; were the Southern Pacific sim ply a huge engine run for the sole purpose of benefiting the inhabitants of California, those unhappy people would still groan under the yoke and cry out in wrath for deliverance. The American people will not view with equanimity the centralization of such vast power in one person. They say, and say rightly, that it weakens, and occasionally even destroys, representa tive government. It is not the voters; it Is huge corporatons that more than once have declared what the laws shall be and who shall execute them. iNew York Evenng Post. TODAY! Swetnam College, GROWS HAIR and we can PROVE IT! 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