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THE ARIZONA RTCPTTRI J
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WEATIIEE TODAY
FAIR
SECTION TWO
6 PAGES
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SUNDAY -MORNING , APRIL 19, 1914
VOL. XXIV. NO. 330
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SOCIETY EDITOR j
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In her becoming lavender gown,
I In--nix enjoyed a. gay and festive
ve.-k. Tlie Elks reigned supreme.
Tin- visitors were right royally en
l.rt.'ined w ith luncheons, dinners, re
'ipii.ins. and a dance, but undoubt
edly the feature that gave them
leanest pleasure was "Secret Ser-
ice." the great war play, presented
l.y the Klks under the capable direc
tion, of Maitlaiul Davies. For three
lights tlie Klks' theater held nppre-
i-tive audiences tliat were willing
t. go on recoril endorsing Frank
Hilderbran for exalted ruler. One
thing is certain :.Mr. Hilderbran is
a finished actor. In "Brown of Har
vard." he won fame as a clever
amateur, but his success last week
was even more stupendous. He more
than pleased. His every line, with
out the least dramatic effort, was
given full meaning. He was an ideal
soldier, dignified and reserved, who
ot made his part palpitant and
;iiive. His scene with Kieth Pickrell
was particularly good and gave Mr.
I'UkreU place among the esteemed
h iding knights. Another knight not
to be overlooked is that of the sec
retary of state. Mr. Osborn had an
exceedingly difficult role, which he
handled well. In the list should also
be mentioned Leon Tolleson, who
was splMdit as a young Confederate
soldier, fclle played opposite Miss
Kuth linffin, whose truly wonderful
-.ting has been the chief topic of
t 'ii versa t ion the last few days. A
1 it of delicate, comedy, a little sweet
s. niinunt and just enough dramatic
.union to strengthen her role, treated
the opportunities for Miss Griffin to
prove th greatest little actress, and
easily the" most popular one Phoenix
has ever lenown. Miss Berniee War
ten F.gleston was decidedly charm
ing and scored an individual triumph.
The entire cast was goot. "Mr. Davies
i to be congratulated for his latest
micvmwC" The play was the" most dif
ficult ever attempted by local ama
teurs and yet produced with greatest
credit. Curtain calls for Frank Hil
derbran and the other favorites did
not satisfy and Mr. Davies had to
come out and accept the floral trib
utes of his admirers before the play
could be continued.
I.indley Norton was a dinner host
at the Arizona club Saturday even
ing, later taking his guests to the
theater. They were Mr. and Mrs.
l'.urton Green, Miss Harriet Hurley,
Miss Rema Dorris and William Hor
re!l. One of the most attractive affairs
of the week was the auction, over
which Mrs.. C. H. Akers presided
Monday afternoon in compliment to
Mrs. A. J. Bradley of San Diego. The
Akers residence on North Central
avenue aas embellished in a wealth
of flowers. The library was in white
blossoms. The fireplace was banked
in stately Easter lilies, while immense
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clusters of fragrant roses, sweet peas
in delicate tones of pink decorated
the dining room, and the reception
hall was in scarlet, expressed in a
graceful arrangement of roses. Mrs.
Bradley and Mrs. Daniel Francis
were the prize winners. Those pres
ent were Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Isaac
Taft Stoddard, 'Mrs. Evans-Darby,
Mrs. Lewis F. Carpenter, Mrs.
George Purdy Bullard, Mrs. Daniel
Francis, Mrs George Mintz, Mrs. Fen
Uildreth and Miss Ethel Ming.
Mrs. Thomas Flint Nichols was an
auction hostess Friday at her apart
ments at the Redewill- A profusion
of roses decorated with artistic effect
Those who enjoyed Mrs. Nich
ols' delightful hospitality were Mrs.
I. T. Hosey, Mrs. Frank Hilderbran,
Mrs. Joseph Sherburne Jenckes, Mrs.
I John Dennett, Jr., Mrs. Eugene Rede
will, Mrs. C. R. Bosche. Mrs. Royal
Lescher, Mrs. Lamar Cobb, Mrs. Clay
Leonard, Mrs. A. R Gatter, Mrs. H.
D. McVay, Mrs. H. M. Fennemore,
Mrs. Henry George, Mrs. Charles Ar
nold, Mrs. 11. J. Lee and Mrs. Julian
Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. John It. Hampton
will be the guests of honor at an in
formal dinner given by State Engi
neer and Mrs. Lamar Cobb this eve
ning at their residence on North
Eighteenth avenue.
Complimentary to Miss Lucy Lei
digh. Mrs. William Perry Sears gave
a picnic supper Monday evening at
the Hole-in-the-Rock. Besides the
guest of honor, there were present
Mr. and Mrs. Sims Ely, Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Kirkland, Mr. and Mrs. Sims
Ely, Jr., Mrs. Frank Cox and Miss
Dora Vestal.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Bartleti.
left Wednesday for Chicago, after a
several weeks' stay in town, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight B. Heard of
Casa Blanca.
Miss Lucy Ledigh, who was the
guest of Mrs. Sims Ely of 1404 North
First street, for a fortnight, returned
Wednesday to her home in Kansas.
Mrs. Ida Sandau of Seymour, Indi
ana, is the guest of Mrs. C. M. Scott
of 1109 North Second street.
Mrs. Nathan Solomon of El Paso
is the guest of the David Goldbergs.
' Mrs. C. B. Laird returned Friday
from Los Angeles. She was absent a
month.
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Green have
returned from Washington, D. C. They
are domiciled at the Garfield apart
ments. Mrs. F. B. Carpenter and Miss Mar
jorie Carpenter of Boston are the
guests of Morris Carpenter at his
country place on the south side.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bradley, who
have been much feted during their
fortnight's stay in phoenix, leave this
evening for their home in San Diego.
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Bates of Tucson
are the week-end guests of Dr. and
Mrs. Lorenzo Boido of North First
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Anson Huff of Sagi
naw are recent arrivals who will be
here until the latter part of the month,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H.
Parker of 2400 West Adams street.
Mrs. Huff is a sister of Mrs. Parker,
and in honor of their relatives the
Parkers are giving a series of motor
trips through the valley. The Mam
moth mine, Chandler, the ostrich farms
and other pointof interest have been
visited. On several occasions last
week, Hugh Warren, a cousin of the
Parkers, joined the sightseeing party.
Mr. Warren, who is a prominent lum
ber man of New Hampshire, passed
the week here, returning to the east
Friday.
Mrs. Ben Butler nnd Mrs. John T.
Dunlan mnde Miss Emma Thalhe-'mer
who will be the bride of Jack Gannon
in June, the motif for an exceedingly
pretty whist Thursday afternoon at the
Woman's club. The auditorium, with
its dainty snring-like decoration of
pink and white, presented a charming
picture, the damty floral arrangements
makin? an effective background for
the lovely lingerie frocks that were
worn by the guests, who numbered
eighty. The stage held innumerable
Jardinieres and vases of roses and car
nations of the chosen color combina
tion, the soft tints being unrelieved
bv greenery. The side lights were veiled
by showers of honeysuckle sprays. The
prizes were won by Mrs. John Long,
Mrs. Ernest White, Mrs. Joseph Thal
heimer. Miss Loretta Harding and Miss
Thalhelmer. Mrs.' Thnlheimer and Miss
Thalheimer assisted the hostesses in
receiving, and the score cards were
passed by Miss Dorothy Warner and
Miss Eertha Hughes. Mrs. Dunlap
wore a lovely gown of white crepe
meteor and Irish crochet, and Mrs.
Eutler was charming in a ruffled gown
of Brussels net and Chantilly lace.
The delightful spring weather has
been tha cause for a number of picnic
suppers the past week, one of the most
enjoyable taking place at Paradise
Valley Thursday evening. In the party
were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kingsbury.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rowlands. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul E. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. John
H. Page, Mr. and Mrs. Homer King,
Mr. and Mrs. Coit Myers, Mrs. Clayton
Ingraham, Mrs. Mailiand Davies, Mrs.
Robert Wallace Craig, Mrs. William
Charters Francis Viele, Reese M Lin"
StanleyMurphy! William MoPordjoe
Passou, H. R. Davey, J. H. Worthing-
ton and William Coleman Rogers.
' . '
Mrs C. F. Rose and Miss Ruth Rose
j wju ,:,lve Tuesday a week for New
York, sailing from there in May for " i:. MarKs, Mrs. imam Mann, Mr. ami Mrs. u o. (.uni5,.- o-mo
Paris Miss Rose who is an exception-! Mrs- FrPl1 ,,i,rt Mrs- c- M- Downey, entertained with whist and dancing at
ally clever and attractive voung act- Jfr- W. L. Carpenter. Mrs. Otto Car- their home. 527 East Portland street,
ress, has greatly enjoyed her several lisle' iIrs- Si J- DostPr. Mrs. A. W. Roses, honeysuckle and orange bios
weeks' stay in Phoenix, which has been i na,m", Mrs. John Gregg, Mrs. Sam soms combined to carry out the floral
made especially pleasurable by many : Spi''' Mrs- M- - Nvinger, Mrs. Norb decorative scheme of the card rooms,
delightful events arranged by" her ' Stehbins, Mrs. J. B. Goddard, Mrs. while the -dining room was adorned
brother, John pinker Kibbey. The 'T:ln,fs Iv'' Mrs. H. E. Knox. Mrs. in sweet peas. The prizes were cap-week-end
was passed recently at Elizabeth Burger. Miss Elizabeth ': Hired by Mrs. (?. C. Kahrs, Mrs. H. O.
Roosevelt and Globe, and was followed i ficwart and Miss Ann:l Murks. Ramsey and Harry M. Fleming. The
by a pleasant few days at Castle Hot KUest !ist Included Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Springs. Mrs. Rose acted as chaperon j Mrs. M. D. Novlnger, Mrs. W. B. ' Worden. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Pettibone,
and Miss Ruth Jessop and Ernest Ben- i Twitchell and Mrs. James Ivy enter- Mr- anl Mrs- J- L. Plunket, Mr. and
nett completed the party. Miss Rose ' tained Wednesday afternoon at the ; Mrs. G. P. Kahrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
is a favorite in the smart set and will , Novinger residence, 1901 West Jackson Adams, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fleming,
be greatly missed. She has not com- street, in compliment to the members ; Dr. and Mrs. H. O. Ramsey, Mrs.
pleted her plans for the winter al- 1 "f l'"1 Eastern Star. The house ' Plcmmie IT. Sangor, Miss Edna Woods,
thoutrh she contemplate returning to i throughout was decorated in cut flow- . W. E. Murrey, Thomas H. Adams and
the state in the autumn. During the : rrs. sweet peas, roses and nasturium,
summer months she will tour France in j decorating w ith charming effect. Auc
a modern problem play in which she!''"" uas played, the winners being
will star.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leeper were
hosts of the D. W. club Tuesday even-
ing at their North Central avenue resi-
dence. The smest nrizes at auction
were won by Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Wolpe,
anil Mr nml Mrs Frank Connellv can-
hired the club prizes. "
Mrs. Thomas McGinnis and her niece,
Miss Loretta Harding, will leave this
evening for Chicago, where Miss Hard-
ings marriage to Charles O Malley
will take place early in September.
Miss Harding Is a favorite with all
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WOO KI1IIU llI ailU IIICV UIC UCIIKIlieO
that this charming young girl will
make her home here.
Mrs. C. P. Hurley and Mrs. F. P.
Brill nave a Series of pleasant affairs
Friday and Saturday afternoons at the
Hurley residence on Hurley Heights, i tr.U avenue entertained the .Monday
Quantities of roses were used in decor- j Auction club at luncheon last week, Roy Murray gave an informal dinner
atlon.. The yellow and white buds ware i after which a rubber of the favorite ft the Arizona, club Tuesday, Piter tak-e.-,Miifiiii,-
,n-i-,,roT...i :,n.i i.r-iiin,.ii Dm ;tnmp was nlaved. Miss Mabel Hoeker ing his guests, who were Mr. and Mrs.
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desired . Easter suggestion.
A net (on
ajrul whist were played and the guests
mitnhcroil, forty on both occasions.
Mis Ruth Ainsworth. member of the
entertainment committer of the Conn-
trv ' -lub -and actively interested in
"
out-door sports, gave a breakfast at
the club Wednesday, complimentary
i.. the. "tonrOu oi- u " It lu ;.fffov
through the efforts of this brilliant
young tennis champion that the
Wednesday tennis luncheons were in-
aueurated and enthusiasm aroused in
ho r,.m. Thar were scores of her!
,-: ''..I,. ..,.m ,.1, .ehn
ltUIlIII fl III llIC CHI lllol Htvn, -mil
she won the handicap cup for the lad-
M m 'ioVMoae, MM McDougall 8c Casscu MMj
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, ies' singles, the second year she has The Levi Youngs left Sunday for
' had the distinction of holding the cup. their summer home, pleasantly situated
' Early morning games will be a feature in the mountains near Jerome,
since initiated by Miss Ainswotyh. Her
guests assembled at seven-thirty. Mr. and Mrs. Duffrrin Rutherford
o'clock and gathered Etround a table! of Los Angeles are being congratu
prettily decorated in lavender and luted upon the .birth of a daughter,
sweet peas. Covers were laid for ten. Little Miss Loretta Elizabeth arrived
Mrs. George Stewart gave a charm-
ingly appointed luncheon, followed by
auction that was one of the delightful
events of Tuesday afternoon. The
Easter suggestion was evidenced in
the effective decoration. The table's
centerpiece represented a miniature
lake scene
The mirror, on which tinv
,lll0KS were reiieeteo, was surrounded
b" Rrass aml n"turium. Rabbits and
"ther Easter conceits were Ihe favors,
Thp caru" Prizes vvprL' captured by Mrs.
, M. D. Xovingcr, Mrs. w. L. Carpenter
1 1Irs- (,,to P;irlisle- Ml's. Stewart's
SUPKt w"rp Mrs. W. B. Twitchell, Mrs.
'Mrs. Ernest White, Mrs. John Gregg
land Mrs. Harland Gray. The good-
' lllck "rize was won by Mrs. H. A.
j Ouild.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorris were din-
i "er hosts at their home. "Casa de
I Rosas," Sunday. Their guests were
I Mrs. W. C. Gates of Indianapolis,
J Miss Kate Wilson, Miss Rema Dorris.
(William Gates, clarence Pollen ami
i William Lewis.
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-Mrs- rranK j. mount, .urs. K. J. f.i-
' liott and -Miss Nell Blount gave an in-
; lormai tea Friday atternoon at their
v.o, tv,
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; living rooms were decorated in pink
i poppies and me timing room in tones
'of red, with poppies to carry out the
(color scheme.
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' Mrs. Roy Parsons of tl: North fen
.
makinir the b ichest score. Mrs I. T.
; Hosey, Mrs. Thomas Higley and Miss
Pearl Stauffer were the guests of the
eitv
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Mrs. Henry C. Yaeger and Mrs. E.
M. Lamson were hostesses of the
Priscilla club Wednesday afternoon at
, the home of Mrs. D. M. B. Pentross.
. Kwof. m'.is nn oanstes ilecorafeil Wltn
dainty effect. The club guests were
Mrs. Mary l'attin. Mrs. Clara Battin
. and Mrs. G. M. Hall.
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Miss Julia E. Poonan. who wintered
l Ph.ieniv left Tiiesdm- for her home
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' in Philadelphia.
i the latter part of March.
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1 Mrs. T,. T. Damernn Is one of tlie
attractive young matrons who is alike
popular in society and the musical
set. She has a charming dramatic
soprano voice arid is always gracious
. in responding .to the many requests
she receives to contribute to club
programs. Mrs. uamoron nas muu-
ied with local artists and is parti -
cularly pleased with their mtnous,
and unlike many has not let her
numerous social engagements' inter-
fere with her study.
R. E. King.
Mrs. John Gregw
Mrs. Benjamin
' r' '"' t and Mrs. W. IT. Mann added to
last week's enjoyment with a luncheon
:nnd auction at the Gregg residence on
Xortli First avenue. A red and green
color scheme was conceived in choice
' flowers that intermingled with smilax
w ith charming effect. The mantel
. was massed in the greenery and red
i roses and carnations ornamented the
! twelve small tables about which tlie ,
I f'fty guests gathered.
.
r ' ' vm residence nn North
emnn avenue was a vemaoie r
! den of roses Wednesday afternoon,,!
wren .Mrs. iuim ana .urs. riaim,
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was one of the most delightful meet-
ings oi tne cum season ami me pu;
of honor were Mrs. Edwin Kurmeirr or
Jerome. Mrs. 1. J. Johnson, .irs. i. n. j
j Reed, Mrs. Edward Shaw and Miss
i Fern Johnson.
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-i. v. A k re and .Miss Mabel 1 looser to
, "Secret Servic e.
Mrs. Edwin Kurmeier of Jc-rnme and
Mrs. William P. Gillespie of .Nashville
were quests ot nonor at rn informal tea
i over which Mrs. J. B. Gillesnie nresided
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: Friday atternoon, at her .xortn inirn
; street residence. There were present
.Mrs v.. . i-auill. .wis. onus luiy , .m.-i.
Ralph Pameron, Mrs. H. H. Shirley,
Mrs. Herbert Parsons. Mrs. Allen Zent
j and Mrs. Harry Diehl.
,
The Quien Sabe club met Tuesday
' evening with Mr. and Mrs. Royal
Lescher of North Pentral avenue. Mrs-.
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Mrs. L. D.
' Warren McArthur was the guest of
honor. The Vernon Pooks will enter-
tain the club Friday evening.
nit-Mine her lime between Mrs. J. B.
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Gillespie and Mrs. h.. S. tiaum, .mi.s.
, Edwin Kurmeier of Jerome passed a
.loli-rl.tfi.l w..ek in town Several in-
. , . , . " ;.. . ; her honor
in her honor.
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G. Van Leuwen will enter-
tain with auction Monday afternoon
at the Woman's club
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There were several dinners given at
the Arizona club Easter Sunday, Judge
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among those who entertained. Their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Play Leon-
! ard, Mr. and Mrs. Jose
li Sherburne
jenches -w.s. , ..IW..C
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Miss Sue Foley and Miss Irene Foley
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. mg appointments Sunday in honor of
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Notable events on the past week's
social calendar were the luncheons
given by Mrs. W. S. Goldsivorthy and
, Mrs.
M. Scott Friday and Saturday
; at the Goldsworthy residence, 222 West
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Roosevelt street
Spring's favorite
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color pink was the predominant tone,
j used in an effective floral decoration,
Sweet peas and roses were used in
I profusion and bowls of blossoms formed
' the centerpiece at each of the small
tables. The place cards were dainty
.
nano-paintea anairs mat marKeu coi -
eis ior unv on omii occasions. Auction
. leauirea
featured the afternoons. Mrs. E. T.
Pollings and Mrs. T. J. Johnson as-
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len gown of pink and white, and Mrs.
Scott was attractive in white mar-
(r.iisctte extiisitelv embroidered in
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I'lIlK.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Goodrich, who'
gave the initial dansjnt ' of'" alitumu,T
ll!'esided over the first distinctively
spring event Wednesday evening, wnen
they gave a picturesque garden party
and al fresco supper. The" gardens that
surround their intistic North Central
avp rpsi((.nrp rreS(,nted a wonder-
Tall" hedges of
incomparable American Beauty roses
gt the north completely screen the view
as far" as passersby are concerned,
while the south entrance is hidden by
rows of sweet peas. A flower decked
arbor and tea house, covered with Cecil
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