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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL
SECTION TWO. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1911 SECTION TWO. By Coral Clycc February Month of Three Great Men Sunday rolls around with appalling regularity, doesn't It? We have the oncc-a-weelc chln-chan whether there In anything to talk about or not and you read each, time In a sort of "got the habit" way. Sometimes you are amused sometimes you are bored and at times you likely feel worse than that. Never mind Valentine and Wash ington's birthday are coming and you will Ret a "billet doux" from your sweetheart and a gaily decorated "knock" from your rival, on the first holiday, and can wear a bunch of cherries In honor of "the Father of HI Country." So far as that goes February 22 la the one day of the year when it Is good form to get out the hammer I mean hatchet. Speaking of Washington, whom we delight to honor let us not forget that today la the birthday of another grand American Lincoln. This Is Lincoln's birthday and Lincoln gave his life for the universal peace which the world enjoys today. But perhaps we have forgotten all about the horrors of the Civil war of which the most of us only know from history lessons at school. At any rate let us hope there exists not another as bad as the Pittsburg woman. t)o you know the story? This woman passed with her little son, one Lincoln's birthday, before a Lincoln statue hung with flowers. '"Who Is that, mother?' said the Utile hoy. " "That's a statue of Lincoln, the mother answered. "'What's a statue?' continued the by- "'Oh, something that looks like somebody,' the woman said Impati ently. '"Mother, what did Lincoln do?' " 'He didn't do anything.' was the reply. He was shot In a theayter.' " It Is requested that all Items for the society department be In not later than noon on Sat- urday. The Communications of St. f. Valentine - ' St. Valentine, who once every twelve moons, chokes the mails with missives from sullen sour to sickly sweet, is peeping through the bars of time. When Uncle Sam has a holiday, he takog It out on the postofflce depart ment. After the Christmas agony rome the New Tear postals, when everyone who has nothing to say puts It on the back of a gorgeously colored , New Year's greeting, and sends It to someone who doesn't want it and hasn't the slightest Idea what to do with It Then Valentine day. The grandest government In the world with the most thorough mall system Is harrassed and the boys In gray work overtime to deliver such important communications as "Oh, - Wth the face divine, Both day and night, I sigh and pine To make of you my valentine," Or "How sweet to love, but O how bitter To love a girl and then not git her"; Or "You lazy, good-for-nothing clown, Why are you always hanging 'roun'?" Let us pause here and with voices full of sorrow manifest our sympathy for the poor mall carriers then we will rack our brains tor verses of slush and wit so that we may send a few valentines. Or easier still you can get them all prepared, St. Valentine no doubt has spent weeks painting with both hands. Can't you just see the hoary old man seated with his brush and palette painting with his right hand clusters of violets surmounted by a bleeding heart labeled "For One I Love," while his left hand skillfully sketches say a mother-in-law with accompanying complimentary labol? That's how the shop windows ro filled with faces of comic suplement variety ana love poems In varying de gress of candid sentiment. Speaking of valentines aren't you R'-nulnoly relieved to note the passing of the monstrosities of gauze and 'upidg which formerly were the "style" in the pictured emblems of true devotion ? . The modern valentine, If you please, actually artlstlo and truly Gibson esque or Crlsty In appearance and origin. Yes. It's a matter of congratu lation. You may also congratulate yourself upon the fact that St. Val entine, though a literary criminal, has t least won a heart throb or so from society in the way of social activity. Bt you will read of that further on; Just now I want to talk about the Scout's ball which will eclipse the vents of February 14, unless the Re ntal entertainers of Valentine day "pstlr themselves and do omcthlng Mtraordlnary. , . Boy Scouts' Ball ' Were It not for the fact that no fewer than 300 people, probably more "-II respectable citizens with their air wives, daughters and sweethearts jre Interested. Just now, in the Boy wonts' ball, and nothing but the gouts' ball. I should like to speak out something else well, that is. If lhpr were something else to talk bout. B"t with all this rreat world of folk indifferent to every other subject, and those who are not constituting such a small minority what, pray tell, Is the use? The Scouts' ball will happen In the Armory the evening of Washington's birthday. You've heard that before but It is Interesting enough to Justify repetition. ii win do a oriiunant arrair no doubt of that for how could It be otherwise when backed by the elite pf the city? Didn't you smile with satisfaction when you read that list of Scout ball patronesses? Since our "400 minus are interested to the man, I mean, woman; generally speaking, you and I both knew just about what names the patroness list would Include, but to be quite sure and able to say "Them's my sentiments, tue" that was worth while. And now comes the reception com mlttee, nearly forty strong. Think of that. Let me tell you, right here, that they won't stand In line but will min gle In the crowd assuring everyone of a good and comfortable time. Governor and Mrs. Mills head the list of those Invited to serve on the reception committee. The governor is In Washington but It Is probable that Mrs, Mills may be able to honor the occasion with her presence. It Is so hoped at any rate, for New Mexico's first lady Is gracious and altogether charming. Society will give an em phatic nod of approval, I am sure, for Mrs. Mills Is a universal favorite. The invitations were Issued during the week and were nifty little speci mens of penmanship and good form in social correspondence. This fact is mentioned because Balllngall Burke In the Interest of the Boy Scouts' ball, was kind enough to write them. But I haven't told you the reception committee-elect. K They are Governor and Mrs William 3. Mills, Mayor and Mrs. John W. Elder. Mr. and Mrs. Amado Chaves, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. O'Rlelly, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Macpherson, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ilfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. E. Putney, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Smart, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Chadbourne, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Smlthers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, Dr. and Mrs. Mc Queen Gray, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Keen, Mr. and Mrs, Sol Luna of Log Lunas, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Herndon, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred GrunBfeld, Mr., and Mrs. T. S. Woolscy, Jr., Mr. and Mrs, George L. Brooks and Mrs. Charts Trainor of Chicago. Satisfactory looking list Isn't It? When you read It you are forced to an agreement that the Boy Scouts' ball will be a huge success. Surely, ere this, you have made up your mind to go. While on the subject of the ball it will not be amiss to state that the business men, according to the ticket soiling committee, were "perfectly lovely." Most of them showed a con siderable amount of interest In the Boy Scout movement and signified their Intention of aiding the cause in a substantial and gratifying way. Special mention should be made that the slide boosting the dance run tonight and other evenings at the Pastime theater. Is put on free of charge by Joe Scottl, manager of the popular amusement place. . Absolutely, I had no Intention of writing so much about the Boy Scouts' ball, but one can't help It, you know. The thing Is in the air and with as many as three hundred persons and a few more, (don't forget the extra number) Interested, It'g a subject that needs to be agitated for the gen eral public good. and has come to Albuquerque unher alded and unnoticed simply because wg are used to people coming and fto ing without any especial notice. That's the way of Albuquerque, which la a place of drifting humanity. To return to the recital I am not at liberty to say where nor when, but the time and plae will be announced later. Suffice It to sny that such well known singers as Mrs. Charles Frank, Mrs. Robert Smart, Mr. Charles Andrews and Mr. Harry Bullard will sing the beautiful melodies which are the com position of Mr. Cadman. This quartette of voices will give "The Morntng of the Year," which Is one of the most Joyous of the songs of the spring ever written. The tragic Japanese love cycle, "Sayonara" (Farewell), will be sung by Mrs. Smart and Mr. Bullard, with a number of prominent society girls In costumes as the chorus number. Quite the prettiest part of the pro gram will be the "American Indian Lyric" rendered by the trio of voices, Mrs. Smart, Mrs. Frank and Mr, An drews. This lyric Is composed of four songs founded on Iroquois and Omaha tribal melodies. They have been care fully studied by Mr. Cadman and his Indian songs have attracted the no tice of the whole musical world. They are "From the Land ot trie v -. Blue Water," "The White Dawn Is St!.:-. Ing," "Far Off I Hear a Lover's Flute" and "Tho Moon Drops Low." Surely the titles In themselves are beauti ful enough to warrant exquisite thought and melody. It Is also intended to have young girls In Indian costumo for the In dian songs. So much for tho Cadman recital at present more anon. , Valentine Functions 4 ' . . '"'.;:t ,.' . . . .v-.dA"' Hugh Collins, will sing arrayed In colonial continue and I believe a num ber of young Indies who are to serve the refreshments, will be charmingly attired In gown of the Martha Wash ington period. This affair will be given In the church parlors and will doubtless prove on of the moat en joyable of the Washington parties. Mrs. Alpheus Wuha, as chairman of the social committee of the Y. W. C. A., assisted by a bevy of young soci ety girls. Is planning a party In the association parlors for the evening of February 21. This Washington birth day affair is elaborately planned In decoration and other details and will be one of the most brilliant of th Y. W. C. A. events. It Is given In honor of the t'nlverslty and High school girls to will be somewhat collegiate In gen eral tone. The members of the com mittee are Misses Mildred Fox, Erna Fergusson, Lena Fergusson, Lcnn Sterling, Alma Baldridge, Elizabeth S'.mms and Cecilia Roone. What, with the Scouts' ball mercy. It's hard to escape that subject and the dance given In tho Elks' ball room by the Stat band, not to mention a few other functions of which the writer la not Informed it looks like a day of real gayety. If that round of frivolity will permit any time for mediation I'd enjoy knowing where it is found. Whitoomb were splendidly rendered. Tho Instrumental music was furnish ed by Mrs. J. Wilson and Mrs. Stew art. One of the Inimitable sketches for which Mr. Grimmer Is locally fumed, wag given In his usual Jolly fashion and another reading by Mrs. Riser wag well received. All in all, amusements and re freshments, it wag about the Jolllest Jollification which the Eastern Star members have given and the most largely attended. KOMCRT CHKWS. An Eligible? Well, Ask the Girls. Engagements An Evening With Cadman Just before the quiet of Lent finally settles down and gives the fashionable world a chance to rcst--goodness knows society has not done much else save rest for the several months past Mrs. Robert Smart is to give a Cadman recital. What, pray tell, Is a Cadman re cital? I really never thought you would display your Ignorance In such an ap pallingly frank fashion. But it Is really the fault of the paper, which never told you before that Chnrles Wakefield Cadman, fa mous composer of music, Is spending two months In Albuquerque. But It Is a fact, nevertheless ana tno ocbi known musicians of tho city are deep in preparation for the presentation of the music of the world famous composer who deigns to spend some Weeks In our sunny clime. Straight way you are suspicious, l Know Promptly you decide that Mr. Cad man must be er er slightly Indis posed. Well maybe at any rate he looks mighty lively for a sick man and will play the accompaniments at this recital of music which has been sung by Nordlca, Jonelll, Blspham and a few other of the musical celebrities. Now this Is really an event. Not just merely talk, because society Is dull and the page of social happenings hag to be filled by some hook or crook. Terlsh the thought. Mr. Cadman is a celebrity Society lg not sending out Invita tions promiscuously these days, and tho dainty little missives are regarded with due consideration the more so since they are few and fur between. By the way, tho Rodey-Stnmm Valentine musical Is the chief topic of conversation In the drawing rooms. It is going to be "some" party Judg ing from the large number of Invita tions which are' out and it has come to me n a rouud-a-bout way that the Woman's club rooms are to be extrav agantly dono In hearts and other em blems of Valentine's day for the oc casion. But, of course, since Mrs. Bernard Rodey and her charming daughter, Mrs. Raymond Stiimm, are the hostesses, it Is quite expected that the musicals will bo nn event of some mark In social proceedings. Though the affair Is a muslcale, I haven't the slightest Idea who will sing and who will play. It's a secret, and If you are Invited you will know soon enough; and If you are not, you won't give that meaning a snap of dainty manicured fingers. Invitations were sent out during tho week by Mrs, Ivan Grunsfeld for a reception Monday afternoon at her handsome home. Judging from the date, It Is safe to assume that this affair, too, will be Valentinian in na ture, or rnther decorations. The re ceptlon tomorrow afternoon according to the invitations, will be from 3 to 6 and Is In honor of Mrs. Nathan Eiso mun and Miss Eiseman of Boston, and Mrs. Joseph C. Johnson of New Ha ven, Conn. Another Valentine party, for which invitations have been issued, will bo given tomorrow evening by the of fleers for the members of the Young Ladles' society of the Immaculate Conception church. Knightg of Co lumbus hall will provide the scene of merriment and if we are to take any stock In elaborate arrangements the affair to be given by tho young ladies of the Catholic church Monday night will be a decided success. The Sodality officers, who are- hos tesses at tne valentine party are Misses Jennie Walsh, prefect; Miss Josephine Lewjs, first consultor; Mary Railing, second consultor; Margaret Maher, treasurer, and Mary Maher secretary. The Woman's Club Talks of Suffrage The suffragette, militant and oth erwise, was the subject of on of tho most interesting sessions of the pres en season at the Woman's club Fri day afternoon. Some belloved In suf fragesome did not, but be It said to the everlasting credit of the Wom an's club as a body that the majority favored the franchise. Those who so gravely discussed woman's rights were for the most part society women and all essentially "homo women." She may not be fickle,' perhaps. But certulnly the club woman of to day Is versatile. From the most earnest discussion of suffrage for women to quite as earn est regard for domestic science or happy social affairs many fair dames Jump unconcernedly. Friday afternoon while the women pounded away at the Intricacies of the suffraglstlo move ment two very Interesting talks were given by Mrs. Milne and Mrs. E. A. Mann, both of whom acquitted them selves creditably In tho handling of their respective Versions of suffrage. Mrs. John Borradaile as leader, led a thoroughly enjoyable general discus sion which wag enlivened by brillant flashes of wit and the Introduction of splendid ideas on the subject In hand. The Biography of Robert Crews Right here I wish to state prior to the Introduction of tho "eligible for the day, that we t are swamped with pictures. An extra corps of workmen is not sufficient to handle the supply. So If any of you con template sending In, a photo of some favorite of masculine persuasion, please I beg of you don't do It. Not now'. Walt until the rush Is over. Today for your lnspeqtlon and con sidoration Robert Crews Is introduced, "Bob" Crews, I think they call him at the classy clubs which he fre quents. Mr. Crews, allow me to say, orlgl nated in Hlllsboro, Sierra county New Mexico something the old timers down In that part of the sunshine ter ritory havo been trying to forget ever since. After viewing the light of day at various angles for some few years In and around Hlllsboro, Mr. Crews was dispatched t Roswell, New Mexl co, via El Paso. Four years' hard study at tho Institute were sufficient to make Mr. Crews a first-class sold ier. Reminded by Colonel Wlllson, of N. M. M. I., that "Fate Hangs No Redlights at. - the Crossroads of a Man's Career-," Mr: Crews, after grad uutlng with high honors at Roswell, decided to give up the fascinating life of a West Point radii which was open to him, for a more stern mistress, the law. Being of southern ancestry, Mr. Crews naturally went to a southern school to become Imbued with the spirit of Blackstone, Kent, Marshall, and other legal lights. . Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va., was i ne k-iio.pi wnicn m.u iue ...... .. decision his vocation should certainly teaching Mr. Crews the technicalities ne wrUnjf ,)(K,kg ,n Htpad of pol(,lrgi Maybe he doesn't write policies, but In spite of protestations which, of course, none of us believed., and which we must acknowledge have not been so pronounced of late, or per haps have been lost In so much evi dent preparation Miss Elizabeth Bal dridge will marry Mr. Roy Stamm on the evening of March 8. Of all the bits of social gossip ad ministered this morning, this Item will creato the most general and wide spread Interest owing to the promi nence and personal popularity of both Miss Baldridge and Mr. Stamm. Let me add thnt the wedding will be a quiet home affair to which only a few, If any of you, will bo asked. Another engagement announced during the week was that of Miss Oor- aldlne Mulligan and Mr. William Chambcrlln. The news wag conveyed to a few Intimate friends nt a pret tlly appointed dinner party given Frl day evening by Mrs. M. W. Mulligan at her homo, J07 South Seventh street. The young couple have a wide circle of friends In the clly who will bn Interested to know of the np proachlng marriuge In April. h- The Ten Dons Meet Again Tho Ten Dona, of Whom so much has been said that there remains noth ing more, were guests of Mr. A. B. Stroup at dinner Tuesday. Appoint ments and culsino were of tho variety demanded by such a distinguished gathering of politicians and thn feat ure of the evening was a paper "Tho Meeting of Men," by Mr. J. II, O'Reil ly. It was such a decided hit that the frlendg of Mr. O'Reilly made Instant Catholic Ladies Entertain One hundred couples were the gueatg of the Catholic Ladles at n Pleasant social held in Knights of Columbus hall Friday evening. Pro gressive high five was the chief feat ure of entertainment during the early part of tho evening. When the score cards were compared It Was found that Ralph .1. Keleher had won the first prize offered to the gentlemen, a set of military brushes, and Miss Emery tho first lady's prize, a pretty linen centerpiece. Mrs. John A. Ilen nessy won the ladles' consolation, while her son, Connie, was successful In capturing a jumping Jack, the con solation for the gentlemen. Following the cards, the "box" part of the party- began to hnppcn. Each girl or lady had bought a box filled with eatables, which was auctioned off to the high est bidder. Each box bore the name of the girl who had constructed, or put up, the lunch. In stentorian tones, If. Scott Knight conducted the auc tlon, which nt times developed Int quite a lively affair. Some of tho young men bid on the wrong box. and consequently took lunch with th wrong lady, while others outgussed the game and were successful In shar Ing the box with their best girl. Dancing was the big feature after tho boxes had been disposed of and It wag twelve o'clock before the party was officially declared closed. Th affair was quite a success socially and financially. The ladles who conduct ed tho party were: Mrs. John S, Heaven j Mrs. J. Korber. Mrs. John A Ilennessy, MIs Helen Itlcckman, Miss isontuo I'oni. 'l ne proceeds were turned over to the Immaculate Con ceptlon church building fund. , 1 Juvenile Valentine Party Some of the juveniles hud a Joyou tlmo at tho homo of Archdeacon W, K. Warren yesterday afternoon when his small daughter Katherlno cele brnted tho nttninmcnt of nino years residence on this mundane sphere. 1 was a Valentine party iw;d quite tho most "Valentlny" ot events. " Thcro were hearts for decoration and heurt shaped goodies calculated to interest tho childish taste, Tho favors wore heart-shaped valentines and each 111 tie guest wore a valentine cap all dltr ing the afternoon, Rod predominat ed tho decoration scheme even to tho prettily shaded lights. The guests of llttlo Miss Katherlno Warren were Adelaide lluhn, MnrJorlo Stenn, Marian Frank, Mnrcella Mat son, Elizabeth Zlegler, Dorothy War ren: Robert Wood, Arthur Gabriel, John Stewart and Ooorgo Bryan. r vv 1 out this Trade ! HAWKES Mark on it It genuine. TA DI F DLL TALK of the written and unwritten law. Gleaners Entertain Swastikas Coming down to the present day, anyhow he Is In the Insurance busl- fin . i i n n in uun wi ... Mu.juvi " I neN8 nioHi urimuni onci .ui-uewiui yo.n.H Thfi 1oka nf It was this wns Mr. attorneys. His career has not been O'Reilly's first literary effort and that unuer way very many yenrs u. u i r ,g w,iy ne hag worn thftt pprlurlH(l .....so wno win aK uie quemiou, .1 Wm ,of)k for SPVGraI wo,,k) pngt you ,,pCi bo well to say that he Is not the hero Jhlt ., . httprt ..,,,,., ,,, of the book entitled. "The Career of chanP0 for reference or encvclopcdi.i Mr. Crewes." Mr. Crews, it might nKMHtnncP. Itllt Mr. o'Relilv made be said in passing, has no bnd habits noH ,, . e.nP,,in nrfnr frnmi otner man snooting ,an occasional I crIllcr'si or some other lending pub game of billiards at the Commercial ;catim for the story of "Tho Meeting ciuo, attending every unscoaii anu i 0j j-jon rootoaii game tnat Happens, ana reao- other than this paper and a fine Ing every lino on tho "sport" pages spren(J thpre )s not mut.h to t ah(wt wnicn ten anything about tno doings thp 1(lB, ..-. ..,ntter nt th nnn. nt the New Mexico Military Institute, or fit Washington and Lee. Home every night t 9 o'clock, Mr. Crewa la never out after that hour unless there Is a fire. Events for Washington's Birthday Washington's birthday is going to That seems about enough excitement for one evening, anyhow. The Gleaners, a Sunday school class of young ladles of tho Congregational church taught by Mr. J. G. Gould, en tertained the Swastika ciuss Friday evening. Tho Swastika Is u class of young men with Mrs. J. II. lleuld as tenchor. Tho church parlors were charming ly decorated for the occasion and the evening pleasantly spent In vnrlous gnmeg und music. Delightful refresh ments were a fitting conclusion to the pleasant social event. Personal Mention The Choral Club I came very near forgetting to tell you about the Choral club, It's a hnppy child fashion nf saving a good piece of newg till the Inst, This Is distinctly a case of last, but not least This lg how It Is all the people of be very gay, socially speaking. At the mucal imllnfttbm and temperament have organised Into a club with lead ing soloists and a complete chorus of thlrty-flvo voices. They are planning to do things In a musical way and to make a good start will give a splen did presentation of the beautiful sacred conlata, "The Holy City," the evening of February 21 at the Presby. terlan church. It will bo fine but It won't need mlno or anyono's recom mendation when I mention tho names of the singers. They are Mrs. Charles Frank, so- prano; Airs, l.oy Alcltomuu, incizo so- home of Mrs. a. E. Walker on the evening of tho 22d, the Daughters of the American Revolution and their families or relatives will mako merry at a costume party. There has not been much Inside In formation given out concerning this ultra exclusive affair, but It is to be expected as a very brilliant. If some what small, event In social circles. Then on the same evening Miss Es- tello Kelly and Miss Bernlce Ilcssel den will entertain tho younger set at a Washington dancing party In the Pr"no! Mr"' "'l""1 Pmnrt' rntr'l": Kll' 1n,l ,,.m Invlt.nllnn. haV. Mf. CIlHHeS J. AlldrOWB. tenor atld been nut m fm" for thin event nri Mr. Hurry G. Bullard, baritone. the "buds" are in a real flutter of expectancy and giving moro than a little thought to tho evening gowns for the occasion. It Is said that the decorations will be on qulta an elab orate scale and this dancing party tho event of the seuson among tho com ing generation of society favorites. Tills affair will bo given under the direction of the music and voice com mittee who are Mrs. Mabel Stevens lllmoe, Mrs. R. W. D. Bryan and Mr. Charles Andrews with W. R. Lyons musical director. With Mrs. Frank Kerzman as pianist and Stanley Seder as organist the best local tabnt is added. NoW b0 classically Inclined one Miss Ida La T'relle, who baa been a guest lit the Alvurudo for some weeks, left during the week for her homo I" A bit of Cut Glass on your tablo furnishes one unfailing brilliant topic. Guests may apologise "for speak ing of It." but they rarely fall to re mark Us extraordinary beauty. Hawk's Cut Glass Has all the qualities that charm tha connoisseur. The dazdlng "colorless" color. The opulent cutting and tha grace and suave design. To clean out our holiday stuck of thlo fascinat ing and lovely ware, we are making "special" low prices (20 per cent from regular prices) for tills month. May we show It to you? ESTD.'I883 f r RELIABLE MATCHMAKERS S JEWELERS 107 W. CENTRAL ASJE.J i ii Borders, W. U. Forbes, Murphy. Forbes, Borders mid Dennis. Mrs. II. G, Out with l.er two children-from Portland, Ore., are gmta in thlg citv of Mi-h. J.lLm;.v .llai ii'i. Mrs. A delightful Martha Washington even'ng ana go ana near ,... ten will l.o irllron !, uflnriuiiin nf music. Washington's birthday at the homo of Mrs. II. J. Collins, Ilfi South Walter street, by tho ladles of tho Presby terian church. Other than pleasant nformulities of conversation, thcro will be home cooking, not to forgot a Eastern Star Party Tho W, E. Grimmer home, always nn Ideal place of entertainment, was ho scene Tuesday evening of R tlior- splendid musical program which will ougbly delightful affair given by tho be rendered during the course of tho I Order of Eastern Star to the Masonic afternoon. Icontlngent and others. There wero I nearly one hundred guests partkipat- Bpenklng of churc h teas reminds I ing In tho general good time which mo that the Congregational church, I consisted of cards, music and a per that Is the feminine contingent there- fectly splendid supper. The nuislrnl of, will also give a Martha Washing- numbers rendered by well known mil ton affair Thursday evening, Fehru- slcni people of the city were most n ary 23. The ladles' quartette, ' com- Joys tile. Mrs. Frank sang In usual posed of Mrs. Charles Frank, Mrg. Roy fine voice and other vocal numbers McDonald, Mrs. W. R. Lyons and Mrs. J by Miss Kathryn Orlmmer and Mrs. Dallas. Tex. That one of the wol known young men of the city lias pal considerable attention to Miss Li' Prella and bocnuse ho went IIS far as Lamy with her, was the cue for n number of Mends or both to Indulge In a rlcn throwing venture which was us umusing as misleading to the other passengers on the train. Another delightful giunll party of tho week was givrn by Mrs. John Borrodalle Thursday evening when a few Intimate friends made up three iiilile. nt brlilirc. Thev were MeS- darnes It. L. Mi mhcIi, N. H. Iteswlck. 1). If. Tarns. Frank HtorU, Bernard Rodey, W. It. Forbes, J. Hehwnbach er, Vrlsarrl, Misses I.ela ArnilJo, Klol- sti Yrisarrl anil Grace Rorradalle. O Considerable regret Is felt among the young social set in this city over the departure of Walter Jami lor i ai Ifornla where ho will reside. Mr Jaffa wag very popular In bis set and has uncounted friends who will regret his departure to "fields and pastures new." Mrs. Guv Rogers entertained the Monday afternoon curd club tho past week. Miss Frances Borders won he prise. The club will be guests to morrow afternoon of Miss nawi Knight at tho George Camplield homo. Mrs. Elisabeth Howies. Mrs. W. T. Bowles and daughter, Mls Eleanor Howies, of Hlooriilimton, lnd are prominent people of that city who will winter in Albuquerque. Mrs. R. L. Mensch with In r daugh ter Rita, of Baltimore, Md., are guests at the Casu do Ora. Mrs. Mellaril re sided three years In the city and Is well known in social circles. Mrs. D. H. earns wag hostess Wed nesday afternoon st a needlework party followed by n delicious lunch eon. The guistg nt the plennatit lit tle Informality were Megdarncg N, S. Iteswlck, H. I Hust, Imooc Borth, Frank Ackernian, John Horrodalle, A. Ost wag formerly Miss LoiiUi ilarrla. Mrs. Katherlno Farrell was lioxtess Thursday afternoon at her homo on West Roma avenue to a number of Mondg at a delightful sowing pnrty. . , , .. . Another needlework party was given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. VV. W. McClellan. Mrs. McClcIlan Is givlriff a series of Informal afternoons. The dance to have been given Thurs day by the Young People's society ot St. John's pariah, is postponed until next Thursduy evening. fc Mr. and Mrs, Joseph C. Johnson of New Haven, Conn., are guests at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Grims-feld. Mr. find Mrs. S. I.ewlnsnn left dur- ng the early week for nn liulelinlto stay In southern California. MIps Suzanne Edgar returned to her ome in Jloouevlllo, Alo., iliirlng too past week. t Mrs. Arno Hulling had two tables nt ridge Thursday nlternoon. Mrs. I. B. Kock Is spending sever- , 1 weeks in Los Angeles. Tho Ferguson rnllllneiy store, tho late Madam Stcward-limb eHlalillnh meiit, which will continue tho most TiiNhlonable millinery emporium "t the city, annc.unces Kg first showlnsf of spring millinery. Pee the nilvanco spring 'styles and some of tint nobby up-to-the-minute styles which will bo worn this season. Sight Too Valuable To be neglected. .Sutherland's Knglo Kyn Halve will euro any case of tsnro eyes, granulated Ibis, npltialmla or anv inflamed coiKiiiion or tno eyes. painless and harmless, 20o a tubo at all dealers. WO.MAM.Y WISDOM. The trials tl .t make us Fume and fr"t, The burdens that mako us Groan anil sweat, Are tho things that haven't Happened yet, When her thjbl is l.i danger ft wo man will rink her llfs to protect It, No great net of heroism or risk of II To Is necessary to protect a child from croup. Give Chotiiboiioln's Cough Remedy and all danger Is avoided. For sale by all dealers. A blj line of new Spring Woo! Drcxs Good, id the I k'oiioioM, (HiiiHiMlilg of Molmlrs. Serges IMUl Mllurn, Wool Voile ami Silk I'oplinx. (all noil sec tlicin. I'iIimmI Mv. per yard and upward. I nky roof iiiikIc good as new with ItoKIt l).ll,i:s PAINTS. All work giiDi'milccd, J. HoiTHilnllc, 111 S. Third. 1 Nee) tho new Foulard Silks. Prl. cd lino, ,-, 75c, si.no pr ard. A largo Mirlety to cliooso from. At the Moonouilst.