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SATTTTtDAT, OCT. SI.
SOCIETY ? i II' i Bertaold Spit, cf 610 West Capper avenue, la upending nmi ttaae la Rl Pao, guest of her the, Mrs, Bamael Bhults. Mr. Vra. M. M. Wood left Taaadav evening for Columbus, Kan aa wbara they will make their km . Mra Pltl Rosa, of West Cen tral avenue, wii hostess to the mem ber of the Woman Christian Tem perance union at a. mother' meeting Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mra. A. R. Mc&sffcy, and children, f 1111 West TIJeras avenue. have returned from a several weeks' cut ins; spent at L"S Angeles, and oihe points In southern California. Mra. Simon Bltterman and son, ot Oar ton. N. M., arrived the early part f the week for a visit at the home f the former' sister. Mrs. Leon B. Stern, of SI West Copper avenue. Miss Majrne Tlerney, of 624 North Fifth street, left Thursday evening for Chicago and BurPnetnn Where she will spend a few months with rela tive and friends. Aamonncrmrnt Announcement Is made of the engagement of Miss Myr- Mr. and Mr, M. W. Flournoy of 100 South Arno street, accompanied by Mrs. A. O. Cruise and Miss Nola Sparrow, returned thl week from a three weeks' visit In the City Of Mexico. Mrs. Crulne and Miss Spar row continued on their way to their homes In Kansas City. ' ' ' j Miss Marie Wlacheck' who ba been a guest t the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodman, of 04 West Copper avenue, left Thursday morn ing for Canada, Arlsona, where she will be entertained as a guest at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. J. Ioren so JIubbell. Miss. Wlncheek' home Is In Knnsas City. Mr. and Mr. K. V. Roberts were here for a short visit the early part of the week, en route to their home In Kcuador from Ios Angj le.x. Mrs. Roberts WR3 former ly Miss TIattle Pnl-d. dntuht r of United States Marshal Patrd, and made her home here. Their wed ding took place In Los Angeles shout two weeks ago. Miss Vincenta Hall, of Hollywood, California, who has mbeen a guest at the pleasant home of Dr. and Mrs. James H. Wroth, of 800 West Coo per avenue, left Wednesday for her home. Miss Hall has taken an active Mngter of SOI South Ami stret ' part in social affair during her visit and air. John Cunningham of Chl- aaga. ifr. and Mra. Harry O. Strong and Children arrived this week from Los Angelea and will make their home here. Mrs. Strong la well known In local social circles, and her return will be welcomed. Mr. D. H. Cams, of West Gold avenue, entertained the ladles of the Law Wallace Chapter, Daughters of e American Revolution, at a pleasant meeting at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. Mrs, Elisabeth Hallett, who spent the Bummer with her daughter, Mrs. Charles- A. Frank, of (10 West Tl eraa avenve, left this week for De troit, called there by the Illness of her daaghter, Mrs. Erwin Schultx. here, and was entertained -at her of pleasant affair. Kngajfonionl Announced One of th most Interesting engagements f the winter season yet announced Is that of Miss Alma Rosenwald of Al buquerque and Mr. Charles J. Hllde sheln of Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Rosenwald Is the daughter of Mrs. R. Rosenwald of 717 West Copper ave nue and a charming leader among the younger social set. Mr. Iltlde shpln is a prominent 'business man of Los Angeles, where he conducts an extensive real estate "business. prispecta are promising that each Mil be a delightful a that of Tues day evening. The music, commit tees, and every appointment of the evening, fact, was above criticism, and the party one of the prettiest of the season. Woman's Cluhv The regulsr weekly program of the Albuquerque Woman's Club was In charge of the art department yesterday afternoon. The meeting wss led by Mrs. B. F. Fillmore, and the following program was given: l'arliamentary Practice. (Music, Miss Trlssarrl. Roll Call Responses of Kngllsh Author. Psper, "Modern English Art," Mrs. Baca. Vocal Solo, Miss Lola Neher. Lecture, "In London," Mrs. Harsh. Hallowe'en Party The girls of the Theta Kappa Delta sorority w.ll en tertain at a Hallowe'en party this evening at the home of Miss Edith and Miss Gertrude Wa:ker, of 202 North High street. The evening's en tertainment will cons'st of Halloween amusements and dancing. The members of tho sorority are: Miss. a Edith Walker, Gertrude Walk er, Dolorcg Huning, Josephine Camp- j field, Gladys McLaughlin, Lisa Dlerk- roann, Eugenia Keleher, Lillian Spitz, Eugenia Keleher, Lillian Hes aelden, Estelle Luthy and Eileen Mc Millen. Those Invited are: Messrs. Thomas Danahy, Tom Keleher, Ernest Lan dolfl, Jesse Keleher, McDermott Crews, Lawrence Lee, Bronon, Wal ter Allen, Benson Newell, Hugh Dut tT, Riker, Hryan, Gerry Johnston, N. O. McCrodcn, Phillips, Craemer, Chester Gos and McCain. The ladles of the Methodist Episco pal church entertained Thursday evening at a Hallowe'en social In the church parlors. The program of en tertainment consisted of several nov 1 features, and a very large crowd wa present. Refreshment were served. JaatnrTi "AnwrWi Craa Diamond Houm" Established In 1828. Buy Diamonds at Importers' Prices ! I i W Import dlrrrt from Annterdam, Diamond! of finest qnalltr. moil perfect form and exceptional hrlllianrvj- We monnl theae nnniiltr irrma In newly drMiitird snd fashionable ld and plaUnum acttlntr. In onr on faclorjr. Thla hlffh-ffrade Ittatnond Jewelrr Kll utreci w tou "i vnginn impiniw prtoe. DANCING FROM SIO. TO $20,000. - according to site, grade, settings, etc. KKT na send yon a aeteftlon of fine Diamonds nn anpmrnl. Just tell uawhat you deaire from our Million Dollar ainrk of piflminKin, ana ai wnni price wnctwr Kings uroornes, NCrklac. Brarelrts. Bar l'ina, A ValUcre. Scarf Pins, Kntrinva, Simla or 8lwve Bnttotis. 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Woman a Home Miss onary society am JttcobB and daUKnterl)i Miss was held yesterday afternoon In the E(Jna and Mlsg Fannle Jacob and Christian church at I o'clock. An In-. Ma8ter EdKar Jacobs, of New Tork City, and Mr. 8. Schlff. of Los Ange tere.tlng prograrm conslst'ng of mu sic, papers and talk on missionary Dinner Tarty. One of the most I subject waa given, after which light ,n AibUquerque for the day, en route week waa the elegant dinner party Tuesday afternoon at one o'clock In the Alvarado hotel, at which Mrs. Frank De La Vergne, of 100 South Walnut street, acted as hostess. Cov ers were laid for eight guest. At the conclusion of the dinner, the guest were pleasantly entertained at bridge In the parlors of the Alvarado. Mrs. De La Vergne'a guests were: Mrs. Kelll B. Field, Mrs. Robert T fimipf Hfra TTp-Art TLf rj TOTr.r.1arv. IfiM Jennie Mulligan entertain f'd I U.i trait rntai mnA Mra THnlrArr . imm ronvwing guest at an inrormai Inner party at her home, ttO W- aer avenue, at 8 o'clock last Tuea lar evening: Miss MyrMe Mug'er, M'. John Cunningham and Mr. Edward ger. The sffalr was given com- . plineatary to Mis Mugler, whose en. gagesnent la announced. Mra. Frank McKee, of 809 West T- jeiras avenue, entertained the ladles of tho BC John' guild at a del'ghtful ' IttMo tea Thursdsy afternoon at 2:30 j e'elork. An apron and home co"klng aale waa conducted In connection with aW K. handaomelv sDnolnted affatra of the refreshment were served. The union is composea oi tne missionary socie ties of six Albuquerque churches, and the meeting proved the most success ful ever held. Card Partv Miss Sarah Hali has Issued invitation for a delightful lit tle card parly at her home In Old Al buquerque, at 3 o'clock next Saturdiiy afternoon. The Invitations are four teen In number and Include a number of the popular younger members of Albuquerque society circle. The ap pointments of the affair are effectlve- The ball given Tuesday evening by ly planned and the party will be one the Royal Highlander In the ElkV of the prettiest of the season. ball room, was a social success and Those Invited are: Mis Helen attended by over two hundred gu3s Pearrup. Mra. Glenn Pearrup, Mrs. Ihe hall wa the first of a series of . Hugh Collins, Mis V ola Blueher, part'es to be given by the H'ghland- Miss Clara Blueher, Miss Lisa Dleck er during the winter season, and the mann, Miss Margaret Keleher, Mis Eugenia Keleher, .Miss Mary Menaul, Miss Elizabeth Ti ller, Miss Mary T. 1 fer, Mrs. George Pink, Miss Irene Troutman and Mrs. J. A. Jarksnn. Hallowe'en Pitrtj Mis Mub 1 LauD of 210 North Sixth ftrcet will entertain twelve guests this evening at a clever Hallnwe en party. The ap pointments of the evening are unique and in acenrdnme with the occasion. The rooms will lie prettily arranged with Jack o' l.tiiteriiH, and various games and old cuperstltlons will fur nish the amusement for the guest. A pretty feature of the evening wl'l be a huge cake, taoh piece containing a favor. Elaborate refreshments will be aerved. , Those Invifed are: Mis Bessie Ford, Mis Joseph ine Clements, Mls-s Josephine Labliind, Mis May Pass more, Miss May Bracket!, Mr. Colo man Parker, Mr. Thomas Donnelly, Mr. Harry Tucker, Mr. Frank Guy and Mr. Thomas Pnssmnre. o The hanJsome home of Mr. and Mr. J. A. Weinman, 809 West Cop- j f rom tne TeKU,aP danCe,:. Mr. n per avenue, was me scene ot a prei- -.,, ph8.irm-n. r N. CI. Mc- Croden, Mr. J. A. Hub and Dr. Robert Smart. ANDREW SCHKNCK, President of the Germanla Firs la sunt nee Co., Kex-on intends Cham berlm's Congb Iteniedy. I have used Chamberlain' Cough Remedy In my family for over a year and can say that It ha never failed to cur the most stubborn cough or cold. I can recommend It to any family as a sure and aafe children' cough remedy. Andrew Schenck, Ay ton, Ont Thl remedy la for ale by. all dragglsta. ly, Wednesday evening has bi en chos en by the club for Its dances, but owing to the election whK-h tak a place m'xt Tuesday the date has been changed to Tuesday evening. Elao orato preparations are being made by tho committee on arrangrmcnt, and the affa:r will be one of the smarte-t of the season. Both of the large bal. rooms will be devotrd to fie danein; and music wl.l be furnished by the Cavnnaugh five-piece orchestra. The halls will be artistically arranged with the national colors, and, added to the evening's pleasure, return of the election will be. received during the evening, and dancing will be In dulged In until the final returns ar rive, which wl'.l probably be some time early In the morning. Refreshments and punch and lem onade will be servd during the even ing and a delightful time is assured those attending. The member com prUIng the committee on arrange ments are as follows, and to their ef fort are due the novel Idea which 111 make the evening a departure les. The members of the party were 'GOODFERFU We would call especial attention te La Trifle as the latent o fering to the dictates of fashion in perfumes. Can always be found at our store and lovers of perlunv s should remember that they can always find their favorite odor in all its fragrance in Le Trifle. to San Francisco, California, where they will reside In the 'uture. The appointment of the evening were entirely informal, a pleasant feature of which was a number of musical selection by the Misses Jacobs.. Light refreshments were served. The guests were: Mr. and Mr. William Jacobs. Mies Edna Jacob, Mis Fannie Jacobs, Master Edgar Jacobs, Miss Julia Nusbaum, Mis L'llian Ppltz, Mr. Harry B. Welller, Mr. A. Faber, Mr. Walter Jaffa. Mr, Benjamin Jaffa and Mr. Walter Weinman. Hallowe'en Party Mis Mab' I Stone, assisted by Miss Welton For rest, of North High street, will en tertain at a Hallowe'en party this evening at her home 317 South Arno street. Over forty Invitations have been Issued. Those Invited are: MUs Beatrice Sleight, Miss Edith Walker, Mtss Oertrude Walker, Mh Helen Anderson, Miss Meta Tway, Mis Myrta Marsh, Mas Frances Border, Mum Carrie McClurken. Ml s ' Nethle Durllng, Miss Verne Forrejt, j Mlsa Gertrude Hopping, Miss La Charles Shupe, Miss Grace Hopping, Mis Frances Devlne, Mr. Fred Lan don, Mr. Harold Marsh. Mr. Dick Murray, Mr. Orover Devlne, Mr. Lou Pettlt, Mr. Edmund Ross, Mr. Clar ence Rogers, Mr. Clyde Hupping, Mr. Roy Benedict, Mr. Harry Bedient, Mr. Elwood Albright. Mr. William Wroth. Mr. Phillip Palley, Mr. Rob erts. Mr. Herman Snyder and Mr. Miller. GENERAL COLEMAN DEAD AI LITTLE ROCK Well Known Army Officer Spent Year In New Mexico. Pe s It is the most d licately penetrating and re fined odor we have evtr handled in our lon ex perience ith perfumes. Without question it is the richest and at the same tim; the daintiest perfume ot the day. Try it any time at our store and you will say it is pos itively fascinating. Demonstration free. We abo carry tru fwllowing standard odors in bulk and in bot les. May Bells Azurea Rose Royal Edgewood Violet White Rose DuBarry Russian Bouquet White Lilac and Many Others Whatever's good and new in perfumes, you can depend on finding it at B "Salon" One of the newest de partures in Albuquerque social circles I the clever plan Introduced by Mrs. Louis Ilft ld, of 701 West Copper ave nue. Mrs. llfeld' afternoons nt home, the second and fourth Satur days of each month, will be devoted to an Informal reception, known In European countr'es as a salon. Tho salon had Its origin as a Paris insti tution and began with the seven teenth and ended virtually with the nineteenth century. It was common ly a periodic social reunion, und-:r the asuplcea of some noted woman. Mrs. llfeld' pretty homo will be de voted entirely to the entertainment of her gur.sts, and the little plan will furnlHh some of the pleasantcst feat urea of the winter social season. The afternoon will be devoted to art, lit erature and music, and will be b ne flclal as welt as entertaining to the guests. An Impromptu program w II be g'.ven at each ralon and those In terested In any particular subject will find companion of similar taste and accomplishments, with an excellent opportunity to Improve and broaden , their Ideas. The first salon was given about two weeks ago, while this afternoon Mrs llfeld entertained an especially lare number of callers. The innovation ; has met with universal favor. A pleasant feature of thl afternoon wa an Interesting lecture by Mi." Ethel Hlekey on "Pictures of the Vatican." , Light refreshments were served. Commercial Club Ball One of the most delightful club dancts of th i year will be given In the spacious ba 1 rooms of the Commercial club budd ing next Tuesday evening. Previous- O'RILXILX.TO Hie Busiest Drufore I&etween Denver and Los Ang'eles. II. E. FOX. Manager An elegant line of Toilet Water and Sachet Powder The Army and Navy Journal In a recent issue tells of the death of Gen eral Clayton C. Coleman, who resided in New Mexico during the elgat es and waa for a time a apeclal of fleer of the general land offlce.- The Jour nal say: Col. Clayton O, Coleman of Vir ginia died suddenly at Little Rock, Ark., on October 7. The d ceased was lieutenant and colonel of the Twenty-third Virginia regiment and was .with Stonewall Jackicn al through hi campaign of tne Vail -y of Virginia. He afterward served ai surgeon of the Twenty-fourth VI gln'.a in Pickett' division at Gettysburg. Col. Coleman was a member of the class of '58 of the Virginia MU taiy Institute, one of the most brilliant classes of that Institution. He after wards studied medicine at the Univer sity of Virginia anj graduated with distinction from the Medical College of Virginia. "The deceased leave a widow and four children, nam' ly, Lieut. Sher rard Coleman, Ninth U. 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