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ALBUQTJEKyrK FVEN1NO PTTTZEN. TUE&DAY, DECEMBER 25, 1906. AQk THREE. ocoocoocooooo Amusements ooooocooooooo "ANITA, IKE SINGING GIRL" In the Rreat play, "Anita, the Sink ing Girl," lovers of melodrama are treated to stlrrlnn climaxes and situ ations Bfldom seen In a production of Its kind, for It la a play that appeals to all classes of humanity. It pleases both young and old. elevates and en tlniacn. a play teeming with sensation al m ntlmi nt, true to life. Introduced In a perfect and rticturenn.uo way, for every net Is the nemo of artistic achievement. Opening in the famous settlement of Spaniards of New York, Anita appears nn the pretty little slnK inu rlrl, compelled to earn a living for lierself and her companion. Manuel (Vomer., tiy Binging on the streets and in i ho restaurants. There are mnny ..r,,,., Lr-nri. Inrlii.ltnc the river elm Bcnne. the great and expensive Treitnoit mansion, the povetiy-a,-;..t.m inrioinv In the attic where Anil BtrrBes her own father back to life aid does not know him. and tin famous Phoenix cluli on ladies' day. Nothing lias been spared to make tms attraction ono of the best on the road the eaat is an extraordinarily K'"1 one. HU eastern nrtists. capable of lite best wrk in their respective lines "MY VVIFE'STAMILY" The Baby Born to Bear a Cross 1 K And there wr In the earne country hepherde abiding In the Held keeping watch over their flocVt by night, and the ang of the Lord aid unto them: Fear not, for unto you ia born thia day In the city of David a aavlor which la Christ the Lord. Luke 2:8-9-10-11. The photograph at the tup of the cross is that of a Ilethlehem shep herd of today. Just east of the his toric city of Christ's birth Is a great, pasture where for more than 2lion years shepherds have tended their flocks. Here loilay you will find these sini- Bethlehem Shepherd Today. "My Wi'-'h Kemil.v." the three act musical farce comedy success of last seasoa, bus been secured by Mauaije r Matiiea and will be seen here at the Blks' opera house, December 31. This merry oaslemorat ion of nonsensical fun. music and elancs by Hal Ste pliean and Harry Linton scored a lilt from itti riening performance ' and duplicated its success for a season of forty weeks last year. The plot Is the essence of complexity and in this respect is more than adequate. It hlngtB on the efforts of Jack Gay, a yoaag married man. to get rid of his mother-in-law and the rest of his rela tives by marriage, who have thrown themBelveu on his hospitality, and by carrying tales to his wife succc-ed in keepi.g him in constant hot water. In Hheer desperation he enlists the services of a bosom friend, Doe. Knott, a man aleont town, to help him out nf his troubles. This he does, not liowtver, without causing no end of complications, from hich arise i numera.blo laughable and absurd sit ual ions. Tho Stepln n and Mnton company is one of the best ever selected for the interpretation of farce, including, us it dors, vaudeville artists or high clas, who furn'sh plenty of addition al aniuement. WHY SHE DESIGNS HER OWN GOWNS The very fetching gowns worn by vfiu winrpnm fjpar in "Thfi Marriage of KlUy," which will be seen at the lUks' opera, house on January 1, are all made, from her own designs. "I ha- Riimn to tin. conclusion." says Yllua rwnr 'that cverv womas should design fcor own gowns. There Is no ither way to get your own individual ity expressed and onct; lose that you titimbl u.- 11 Iff K()ITII OI1P elsp idaV your roiv. 1 rememlier once playing : Hlrniic- nart in New York and nearly making a fizzle of it hecause of ray costume. I had but very nine umo to learn my words, let aiotie l.ioVino- nfti.r mv pawns, and was iter- uaded by a fihionable dressmaker in tho city to let her make all tho robes for uio. Kveryming weni wen at the. fittiag.i and I was congnuuiai inw nivKnir tim.t T hail found a treas ure In my n w modiste. Tho night of tfco performace came and so did tho gowns. I pledge you my word that if that woman had the greatest gMidgo ng-.unst me In tne worm stie nom'.in't have done me a mt-auer trick. Tho things were very hand aonio and imposing but they were no ruoro suited to me little me than tho coat of tho hading man. I tried ti vlay mY I11"' and on,y sacceeded ii reading my lines. 1 felt that I wad masquerading throughout the play. The next day I ripped and howod and planned amj arranged and after spending the entire day at mad amo'a I came to the theater tired out but triumphant. I had impressed my self on every one of those four gowns iuid ijrfayod the part that night as it should' bo played. Since thpn I am very careful to plsn everything I am to -wear, not only the dresses, but the haU, glovs. umbrellas, and am guilty of bavl'ag that hand bag made for me because I couldn't find anything ready made in all N w vc)rk to fit in witii tho character." NTwTAf I tit i I 1 1 M' rSsx fyxA rasxr l y x jl f. I I zoday , S'i ' "''' .4-.: . j, 'r- Judea, unto the city of David, which ia called Bethlehem (becauae he waa of the house and lineage of David) to be taxed with Mary, hla epouaed wife. Luke 2:4-5. One of the accompanying pictures shows now womm travel In Ialestlne today. There has been no change ia the mode In the 2000 ypnrs slaoe Mary went up wlih Joseph to rtethle hem to be taxed and to become tnrrft the world's most noted and venerated woman. They rode on donkeys and the men walked liefore or alogslde, as the pathway dictated. Our photograph 'hows two women on the ame don- pie mindid men dressed practically the same as were their ancestors when the great light and the angels appeared to them. This shepherd in our picture sat for his pliotograph at tin mouth of a well which is 83id to mark the spot where the angel stood. And this shall be a sign to you: ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. Luke 2:12. The Christians of centuries ago fixed on a place where they believed the manger was located. Over this place lias been erected a church, anil the venerated place where the Mas ter Is supposed to have been born is shown in one of the accompanying photographs. It is kept perpetually lighted with lanterns. And Joseph aso went up from Gali lee, out of the city of Nazareth, into key, one slung on either side. The country Is rough nnd hilly and few women walked any distance then or do now. And she brought forth her first born son and wrapped him In swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger because there waa no room for the in the Inn. Luke 2:7. One of the photographs Is that of the market square In Ilethlehem as it looks today. It in the same square which marked the scene of Joseph's perplexity before the birth of the br.by Jesus. Abutting on it was the in wMch was too crowded to admit his wife, Mary, compelling them to seek shelter In the stable where the child was liorn. The road from the lower town up which .Mary nnd Joseph runic, enters the square in tho right foreground. HAD FUN WITH TENNEY BUI GOT FIRED FOR IT i I WW?) r 'T V c V ban -a. . s M U' i 5(K00tX:C0OO0000 O0OOOtX3O00O00C l A Children's Day Sermon to Parents lKDOOOX0tKXK2000V)K Bright nnd MoksmI of all mothers throughout were called from their the expectant crb s of I heir bedshb s came (arly this morning, the year, fathers and Christendom slumbers by children. To toddling the and good mothtrs of; Mra. 1,. M. Kobbirrs, clerk at the Ijoamard and l.indemnnn music boaae, will depart this evening Iim- her old home In Philadelphia sc coftvpanlodi by her two loys, 'h,- old ..t of winch she will enter in C.inird collOEO there. An Old Time Stomach Remedy ik Hostetter's Bitters. It was first compounded in 1853 and because ot ii preat curative properties is now rognrded c the Ih st stomach remeily lMfiire the oublie. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will stimulate, strengthen and tone the entire system, also re store trie appe tite, and digis tlon, open "P the liowels and c ure lour Risings, -teirtbum, idney Trouble. ileeplessneES, Dyspepsia, ndtqestion, ;hii;s, Celds :r Ffrvale liis. Ve U Viy .Kick man or woman to try 1' at mice. S?j STOMACH Winn Jim Delehanty was a mem ber of the lioston National League team he conceived an Intense dislike for Fred Tenney, tho first baseman. Delehanty was playing third and he had a powtrfu! throwing arm. He throws from uny position and shoots the ball across with a snappy wrist motion. He is fairly accurate throw er, but the ball Is dead and heavy and bard to handle at the other end of the line. Tenney Is a great first baseman, and left handed. Naturally b dis likes to handle hot balls with his Imre band. Delehanty soon found this out ami he had Fred oa the Jump all the lime. He would put all the speed rne could on the ball and always kept it ovir toward Tenney's baro left wing if he could. Lots of them used to git away from Fred, but Delehanty got all the errors, for when Tenney misses a trow in lioston it is always the- fault of Hie thrower. Hut Jim didn't car.-. H thorotigrly enjoyet the little game and kept it up. It was not surprising that as i'm as Tenney was made manager of the club he discovered that he needed u out field. As toon as he could get rid of Del he let him go. Cincinnati tak ing him In tow. CHARGE WOMAN LIED FOR TRAIN ROBBERS Tile ca.-c of Mio.s Mattie Wilson of Ivnvt r. who in char tl with ucriurv. Maine up at l.as Venas last Saturday attt-rnoon tu terc juiue Mills and was poi-tponcd. The attorneys agreed t submit briefs and th:t the Inuring on tin- d n.iii I'cr should In-Mit-ined un til the May term of the I'liiled States court. Miss Wilson is charged with giving fal7i- t.-tf.UKinv at the litst trial if the Black brothers for the train robbery at I.ogan, N. M. world's soldiers tomorrow. Wise fathers and mothers are tal; ing this children's day to consider the future of their little ones, even as their fathers and mothers did half or quarter a century ago. Pi rhaps the great family of readers of this newspaper will be willing now to gather about the tranquil fiieplace of our comfortable community-home and talk over together this vita! i.nts lion of the future: What is the chance for success of this boy In the world rai e for honor and position? Fortune has alnudy smiled kindly uMn him. Haevi u handed him down into a land of freedom where, whether In- be black or white, rich or poor, he is equal with all men and may work out the degree of his greatness according to his effort. Your son has 0en to him an edu cation within his easy reach. Nine tenths of all the children of the world are born to die in ignorance of even the common force u of nature that work about them. About your boy is a wonderful ar ray of natural resources from which ho can draw for his development in his work for the benefit of the ruc At his hand are refining influences which will cultivate his mind, build bis body, sweiten his heart an 1 en large h'S soul. What are the chances for the fut ure happiness and success of this baby girl, now, with tender hands, soothing to sleep her waxen tr. asure? For her are many identical advan tages, intensified merely by the ad ar.c" of our civilization ov r the lagging nations of the earth. She is not born to bear the burdens of the beast. We have abolished that form of woman slavery. As one result of this men will reckon with your daughter's Intellectual force as with that of their fellow men. She will produce material things in the world's work which, only a few centuries ago, Fhe would not even have dared to look upon. Greater, she will produce new laborers for the fields of industry and art, with learn ing at her breast a letter ve rsion of life's true? meaning than any eliildren before them. All this Is a happy Christmas day consideration of a re-splendent tomor row. In conne-ction with it let us sug gest to each either the taking eif chil dren more into our ctmflde-nce for mutual be nelil. Hy patient, encouraging words teaeb them the gnat truth that hap piness comes from within, not from without. Stimulate- tin ir imagination by intimate- association with them and their understanding by truthfully ansu'i ring their questions. It Is well to remember that the child mind ac ci pts what you say as fact ar.cl th.it il.'c. iii u. i M-n in small thing.-, will come back up hi ynir h. ad with awf'il force in oiir cnildictis l.u k of con fidence in ou. With geitlc bands guide them into right paths. It is no less than a sci'iitifie fact that love will offset an order willi which i.o amount f turce will compel cuinpiiaiicc. it is only lh wml ''V. Ji -.1 ' human to lalk at force. Threats and clinging love and willing .-vtniiathy. punishment will merely make you To live by these rules leads but to tho hate ful and encourage the child to ' fulfillment of the command of Him avoid you and U lievc in its own will whose birth the Christian nation cede- fulness. , rati s toelay : I Today and every day study your "Verily I say unto you. wtmsoi'ver children in order to perfect your char- shall not rece-ive the Kingdom of acur. 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