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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
The Social Sea Is noted for casting reflections, Id flames are apt to flarfl up it turned down, - Town Topics Town Topics, EDITORIAL AND SOCIETY. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1912. SECTION TWO. Ll U 2r" Cora Gyce. Can You Imagine VER stop to Hunk about the "deUn that shapes our end! Some Ihings ;irt- too absurd even In dream about, but -su poiing you walked in'" a downtown cafe and John Doe Clarke came forward to take your order. Wouldn't it be worth m generous tip to we him graceful!) manipulate a loaded tray, and wouldn't it make your hair marcel-curl without Iron to hear him say; "What'll you have to drink 7" ii might tickle vnii in hear the Ice wagon rumbling along, and in see O, U Brook! hanging by one arm in the wagon and yelling, ''how many pound! to day?" Picture him. If you can, lugging In fifty pounds mul placing It properly in uiir ice box, There'! Fell Lester, a man of mind and a little !hort on actual pound!, Can .Mm Imagine him driving a brewery wagon, and shaking ubout from one Mul nf the IiIk wagon seat in the other, trying in fill the position in advantage? Can you n his dignified face peering out over the massif team, that hauls the iiottles hither ami thither, ami yelling fiercely at Hie horses when lin y start too soon or stop ton far away from the place of delivery, nil. the heavy, heavy sight of fell Lester lifting two. dozens out of the big wagon and trying to look red-faced and al to tin task! What If .von went to the office some morning, and findlnil the place dis orderly, sent for the janitor to give him a good dressing dim n. and liny Allen StHmm siimiid come meekly forward. Wouldn't thai shake the cherries on your new fall bonnet ? Maybe Julius Btaab won't like the pii tuie particularly, but Juat suppos ing you were Stopping al a hotel, and wanted soiiie ice water ill a Jiffy. You'd ring and perhaps there would lie no Immediate response then, of course, you would semi a second ami more imperious summons, N'ext thing, through the i losed door IVOUld COmc the Welcome rattle of ice. and likely as not in your hurry, tin- door would lie grabbed open and wouldn't Julius be cute in a uni form with brass button! ami a little hell-boy cap? The dream of dreams, the scream of screams, would In- In advertise lor a laundress and have the elegant and charming Mrs. Allied Grunsfeld applj for the .ioh. ur in have, say - Mrs. Prank W ilson or Mrs. Al. O ChadboUrne, or well, any nf the top notchers.answer a "Cook wanted" nd! niess "Hie destiny that shapes our ends." Thank goodness tor tin kindly fate thai puis us iii the class to which we belong, Maybe anybody COULD do anything, inn it isn't necessary when they fill so well the places the laud in his goodness lias assigned them, Hi tibnittH''9 1 HJHJV pHR !HBDaaaaW9 REUTMNOER 1RHOTO, PARIS, m:n l.t iii vi.Hlilt.HT. instruction, or restoration; i .i by i n 1 1 v Summertime Dances. a. . I, I I ul .: narked the last dance of the Thirty Summer fades and cAutumnal cAmuse- mcnts Beckon Society Homeward What the Dictagraph Caught. Albright Concert a Real Treat. Claude Albright's concert was de lightful, an artlStlp and a social suc cess. There have been lew so suc cessful musicales In this town, which inclines more In musical comedy and prize lights, than to high-brow entertainment, musical or otherwise. .However, Miss Albright's voice means much to Albuquerqueans. At least, some 800 people cared enough al I it In gt) In the Klks opera house, Thursday evening to give the singer an ovation. i in and oi l (he stage, the scene presented was a brilliant one. (lut Blde for the matter of that, tor mo tor ears lifted 'he way the entire block, making it plain that the auto mobile elite bestowed their patron age and the light of their counte nances on the event. Within. Up' audience in the newest I ami freshest of "creations" was al-j WlOSt as much a show as Miss Al- brjghl and those who assisted Hie giricd singer. Everybody connected with the con cert did themselves proud, though of course mi i, tie was "in if with Miss Albright, she sang beautifully, exquisitely, infusing In every effort MHS. !t l I'll HENDERSON Who Assisted Mi Albright in Her Concert. construction, or restoration, aided b (he united efforts of numerous iutet ested frlei Whether the mice contemplating tWO will decide in "kiss and make up" remains In lie seen. A joy ride was the cause nf (he trouble, niie in which the engaged man endeavored to go a cathedral one belter in the way ni Interior il lumination. Which was not as 'it should ic. inn the man's friends, land some of the girls, lake it phi- lOSOPhlCally: "buys will be buys." I you know, and such things da http . pen even in the best society circles. The fiancee took the escapade ser iously and returned the ring right Miff, without awaiting explanations, or any u n necessary to-do. Bul be'! repentant, ami she is wavering in her determination to re main unforgiving. BO the Chances arc the difficulties will be happily adjusted. college days. They leave September 11 for the east. Rebecca Borradall ami Lena Fergusson will return i 11... fllflai .lie i: t,. in t.rm Vneelel The no,,,, gins, neb ,, ami Myn. Several Series Are Under Way The engagement had never been announced, though it was talked of lean Arnot I hnh hni ,,i In i.v s that spirit of ease and natural ) ( nvemuni ami amotion, which is iii arm ul any operatic vocalist. though undecided, probably will not Bo away to school a second year, Eileen McMUlen will re-enter Smith) and Hazel Maloy, Notre Dame College, Maryland. As for Hie boys, Gillette Cornish, Lawrence Lea and Kirk Bryan will I return in Yale, I suppose, ami the I I est nf the ynltllg fellows lo the va rious Institution! of learning, which they have elected their own partlc- ima mater, Its a bit early 'to (alk mi this ubject, as many have not, as yet, With a natural faCUltJ for creat- j made definite plans. However, it is g an ardstic utmoHphere, Miss Al- safe to say that Albuquerque will lie ight's performance showed a nice I represented al many nf the leading tentlon to details, and the stage I colleges in the United States, ttlng and musical accessories were I ; ;;',' J ,r ' ,..-''V.-'.'.'.." ! Cupid is Still on the Job. eoncert. The whole affair went with wonder w hy somebody looked s a sim,, hardly expected of a mUSi-1 radiantly happy at the ball game eul event, which is prone in drag. I Sunday. Somebody who watched the and which depends almost entirely J game with shining eyes. somebody upon a wealth of melody, and with,! who didn't giv e a whoop w hen the (Bosl generally, no regard at all for! Santa Ke Klks "hung it all ov er" our Variety, or background. 'boys. Miss Albright has a charming stage I Hecause de ar me. I'm dying to I'n sen.,, and she wore for her con-tell. Being pledged to secrecy, I ''ii a .simpl,. white chiffon frock, re-1 really can't 'h i , ,l by no touch of color. Any way. one of the Victorious nine Pretty she was, undoubtedly, but it! had found lime before the gam, m was an elusiv e rather than obtrusive j get engaged small w onder he played prettlnew, renal rather than dash-j such good ball. Evidently father" Ing. I had said yes, "mother" no doubt Very handsomely gowned Were j agreed, tot a solitaire gleamed, "inse win, shared honors With! bespeaking Interesting matrimniilal Miss Albright. Mrs. Winch enter worej proceedings. ' whit lace gown; Mrs. Henderson, j e got the news "hot off the bat," "lack lace and messaline. Gladys go to speak. Mandell, pink chiffon, and Rebecca Pearce a led lung frock of pale pink, go, while there is little stilling. chlffoa and messaline. Kach ui them I matrimonially, hereabouts, and the "dnilrably presented their share in hymeneal noise is lacking from Me to concert ( midsummer festivities. Cupid l! Aim, Mr". IV Wlf who played an! silently and slyly "getting In his obllgatq on the harp, and Mr. Stan-1 licks," and lovs shocks are promised ' Seder, who accompanied Miss fur the Winter and the early Spring. Al ' -iht Wonderfully Well. j 1 know of three engagements, the Altogether it w as urn of those announcements nf w hu h 1 dare not memorable evenings that make a life! anticipate. ,11 three girls ale pr - richer, line has to go back many inetit socially, and each wedding will months before the memory is arrest-' attract mole than passing Interest "I by another similar musical treat.' on,, la t Vuleiide wedding. 1 Mo -vent vvill he recalled that ex- j am pdd. the other tw... a few months celled Miss Albright's concert. I ex-! later. Pi none. Meanwhile We have the Saint- . skinner nuptial-. September ! s : Ii 1 1 September and School Days.1 H""';..r ;:,!. ,i;,lr,,,Mow:rv..,;: With th. wane ol summer cornea the sociHi Him win b,. ruffled Hi, eh days and the departure of the! weeks preceding by entertainment ne cimngent. fr be bride-elect, who is popular 1 hear that Alma Bald ridge williwih the young social set., with Ruth llfeld tn the Hradfordl preparatory, .-.mi ,h.,t Ksidi, K, ny Mending a Broken Engagement will enter Welleslcy witli Beatrice II- S d A merry and ambitious piar- Another engagement that was. but Mrs. Margaret Midler ami Mrs. Joseph Brown continued their series uf card Sallies. Wednesday after noon, when sonic "i (he "B80" de votees were informally, ami delight fully entertained, Mrs. c. H, Conner won the prize. The players were Mesdamcs li. ft. Bollock, '. II. Con ner, I), li. Cui us, l . A. Ulttner, V. v.. Tull, Bryapn Kiggs, a. j. Maloy, A. S. BrOnson, Frank Ai kcniiun. Sol Luna, Benson Newell, Louli Hunlng, Waller Connell: Misses Hazel Ma loy and Irene Saint. Mrs. Bessie Jaffa is giving a .aid series, the flrai oi which occurred al week ago Wednesday, frldaj after noon of the past week. Mrs. Jaffa Was hostess al three tables of AUO-I linn BHdge, ami she has another small. Informal affair planned for the coming week. Miss (Catherine Meigs, nf Ne Viuk. the guesi nf her aunt. Mrs. I; w. I' Bryan, is coming in for her share of social notice, ami is being ouite a bit entertained lit s lolly, Ih- lurmal way. hi Thu;.t!a afternoon, Mrs. A. A. Keen had two iblos pf bridge for Miss Meigs, and i ne or two others ha,i in a lew lor si ing and cards in her honor, but licv are either too frightfully Indi nt' d, socially, i an. or too modest in have (heir names appear in print, so let it go ai that. Club, at Odd fellows' hall, Wednes day (veiling. Those attending were: Misses Lillian Hesseldcn, Mar) Mi -Fie, of Santa Fc, Klhel Saint, Jean Hubbs, Bernlce HeSselden, Julia Kclelu r, Sue Uobson, Carol Shipley, Adelr doss, Charlotte Pratt, Laura Sclvy, in .is Anjelcs: Messrs. Charles Kunz, James Hubbell, licit Skinner, ('has. Lcmb. Will White, John Tlerney, James tk Inner, iwur Blueher, Lloyd smrges. Armand Mandell, ol Clovis, Ralph Keleher, Bob i 'l ews and W ill Mi Mlllin. Ai Salome salmon's beautiful dance, at her Capitol mn home in Santa Fc last Tuesday evening, Miss Gladys Mandell. nf tills city, and Miss Margaret Bernard, of Lai Vegas, atood in the receiving line with the young hostess, Laviahl) decorated ami handsome I) appointed, the dancing party, at die Salmon mansion, was one of the. si brilliant aft Santa Fc. Over attended, and the was in keeping Iccur.it ions. Tile handsome grounds f the Sainton home were gaily II unilnated in myriad electric lights, mil rb h Persian rugs, cushions ami ieats made the outside as attractive is the Interior, where dancing pre- troSSOd lo (he music pf a five-piece irehestru. a buffet luncheon was lerved ai midnight. les anoUtlce Ihe engagement of their daughter. Luc) l.a Vet no la lie (o Charles Alfred Nelson, of Log Angeles, ihe wedding to take (dace at an carl) date The ESdles formerly lived here ami have a hosl of friends in the ,li. whn win in- Interested in Ihe ap projgchlng marriage of their daugh ter. f Comings and Goings ot Society. MrS. W. II. Cl, e Ihe StstCr nf Chad bourne, and well known in local Social circles is enjoying a pleasant trip through .Norway, and will cud her GBuropean travels with the sojourn in (be "Land uf tin- Midnight Sun " She will arrive in AlbU(UertUe about the middle m September, in visit for a lew weeks. The W. w. strongs arrived iii Bos ton. Wednesday from their IC tiro pearl trip, which has lasted consider ablj over a y ear. They will not i nine ,i red home, bul will Hay in New Vork fur several weeks, Mrs. I. mils (Tuning ami her daugh ter, Lollta, are home after two de lightful months spent at Halves ton, Texas, and surrounding resorts, Miss eland,. Albright left yesterday for New York, Where she Will join the Ahorn Opera Company Their season starts in New York Beptember 'Mb. i o I o u e I Albright will julii his daughter later. a. Borders has joined ins wife ami daughters at Long Beach, Cali fornia, ami will accompany them home, after a tWO weeks' slay in I 'a lifni nla. Mr, ami Mrs. m. w. FTournoy left Friday for Coruiiadn. where liny will spend several weeks, guests at tin iioici del Coronado. s ) Miss Josephine r.iisuns spent sev eral days in Santa Fc the week past. Mrs. .1. A. Hubbs returned Friday an, ,u from ICllbourne, win., ami Other pnlnts in th ist, where she has been BOjOUfntng the past lour months. r .i Mr. and Airs. Julius Mandell and baby arrived home Thursday utter i absence of several month! abroad. AT MRU, I'll v in. i.s VVHITK'SI 'I'll '"' the AT MAYOR HKLLKRS' "Don'l you Ihlnk it at M us BiSHNARH KODBY'Sl ' I must Hiis afternoon." AT OI,K MATSii.NS I vi sh the school! we AT TOM NAVLON'S; "The illant! can'l be AT PRIZE PIOHT HlSADQUARTtfltH: li fifteen" AT M. 1.. gTBRN S "Btlby' gelling a tooth ' AT wai.tfi; WEINMAN'S: "I'll be a reg pound! this !umnter," AT HERB AHHKLIN'X: "(ice, I wish I had n AT DAN PHILUBH "A show toniglil. I hop In carry duw u ihe aisle." AT FAIR HfiADQI.'ARTBRH 1 ll will be thi at A. It. Mciiafffy s. "Wilson win sweep AT Sill. I.I'NA'S: "Tafl will sweep the COUn AT JOHN BARON BUBO'S: "Bull Moosi wl AT Till-: MAYOR'S ni'T'ii E: "I don'l cm lining tn sw eep Ihe sll eels. AT A SEWINH PARTV "Shi 8h! sh"' AT THE SOCIETV ISDIToR'.S: "Really? 1 Wanted. A locksmith to mold a key to 'he situation, A harness maker In equip the span nf life. A jeweler tn arrange a setting for a tew pea A gardener in cultivate the flowers nf speec An upholsterer lo put up the shades of night, An appropriate dining service for a table uf A seamstress In mend (he raveled sleeve uf a dam fur a flood of eloquence, A slocking for the limb Of the law. A hat for the head "f nav Ig at lull. a plate upon which in mount the teeth of I A few lifebuoy! In I sed upon lie sea of i a promoter to negotiate the bond! ol man A v ial ill which to preset v e Hi tor I o!l I w i) tn i in ir ul 1 1 1 1 i A picture with which in surround h fri i d. The Philosopher, k" Top n.ler I. Mlssi l.a nra Cart wrlght, Piano sub, Bucarolle, .Orodsskl, Mrs. Th as Hughes Jr. quartette, "Seeing ThinKs i. i V. mini Complimentary to Visitors. Molt Hudso house Simla nf E,l I'aso. Mrs. MeManus returned ho tcrday allcrnoon. and Mrs. I ever given In I expects to leave today. Both ! vouns Deonlelmer residents of Albuquerque, toriai showing I extensively entertained when visiting I he elaborate In t e, Thus,, etl loving Mrs. Ilmlsiin's bus. pltullti Moiidav were Mesdamcs. Flll morc, MeManus. T. McMtllln, L. J. limn II, M, Nash, i '. W. Kunz. Oily lingers, .1. H. Pegpe. P. K. Scheek. Charles Ftoehli ltd I 'taker. Hum Benjamin, Sol Benjamin ami F. Ren ner, Another party In honor of Mos- afternoon, .Mis. Clarence lerlalmd In honor uf hel ls. Mrs, J. ii MeManus, of and Airs, frank Elllmore, J ie Pratt, Pearl Tomp lb and mile Hinds. Selected, Mrs. Ralph ii nderaon, li. VoCal sub, "l.a 'a a," sung in eostulne. Pauline ( 'a i t w right. 7. Iteildlng Si lecled. Mrs. Vi'ulfc. x. Tenor solo Selected, Men I'uryear. Accompanists Misa Beryl Kenwor- th) and Alts. Thomas Hughes Jr. A Dance for the 'Non-Trotters' Plans for Winter Being Made. (he A. 11. Mi 1 1 I I la I fej wlntot hands. ell I : III e t ll I resldi in , cxp I Someone sa I had ib ided t I all eel a year III I e. The Stems ihe Mctlaftey Vnv cm her. at! on lib- Htrongl dames Ab Ma n us and Fillmore was given Thursday afternoon, by .Mrs. Nash, .Neither cards nut sewing was Ihe pastime, bul jUSl an Informal, so. clal afternoon, Luncheon was last ami best. .Mrs. .Nash's guests were Alls. .MeManus. .Mrs. Fillmore, Airs, i '. W. Kunz. Alls. OU) Rogers, Airs. Heurge Craig, Airs. E. Kennel, Airs. I.. J. formed by Rev, s. K. All!" " the Psasmore in which was elabor ately decorated In roses and Hinilax Or the event. The bride was charmingly gowned in white, ami carried brides' roses, she was given in marriage by the groom's lister, Miss Amy Psasmore. , miy Immediate friend! and rela tives oi ihe contracting two wit nessed the marriage service, ami en joyed the wedding supper following. The groom is a prominent young business man of Albuquerque ami ins bride, during a comparative!) brief l-esldenoe here, has made many friends. Mr. and Mrs. PaSStnOrs will make their home iii ibis city, i Aima Frederick! celebrated her ninth birthday, Wednesday after- i n, by giving a "yard parly." Many outdoor Karnes were played, and dainty refreshment! were served at ru e o'clock to i he following . Marl,. Fills. Rose Kills. Adeline Clifford Margin tiie Clifford, Alb I Crelghton, Mildred Crelghton, Char lotte Weslerfeld, Marcel la Reldy, Evelyn Brosey. Ellen Benauer, Alma iV)i,.i-ickx. Raymond Sodarbum. ... ,,,, ,, t,,i,,, rintiiv rliwii 'e trvinelnmvl on Piuce :t, CVilnnSn 1. 1 Reldy, Paul Fredericks, Wcddiny Anniversary Party. Mr. and Mrs. Fdunrd Knehb r Cele brated their eleventh wedding anni versary at Hun ho n North nigh street last Wednesday evening. Hidden glow, eamatlons and roses. featured the lavishly pretty decora tions, and a buffet lute In on w as Served after ' inl d. iv ing ami music. Those enjoying the pleasant Uttl i affair were Mr. and Mia. Lynn Alb ilden ni Ing Arthur Mandell ami .Max burg were genial hosts al i parly In Colli mho hull. Almiday even III". Ihe guest! being Ihe leglllar pal rone uf tHe Wi dm day night dance! which Missis. Aiimhn ,ud Golden lung are conducting so .successfully. JUSl Ihe Wednesday plel lulls. i M I I ll till ie ll Hun ii ami .Mrs. c. a. Hudson, ! Mrs. Pegue Hostess at Cards. lis. McOaffe in Mil hlgai maid, win, i September tor -hele RIB) "ill plain Carr vvill The children Washington, ami iv relatives and n Ipal leas- lonal apital. t he I .U city bur e One-Table Card Parties Galore. Dishing up tin Kid labeling the one-taW, "parties,' Ai.. is planning Pearte has a will prol iv the hostesses. Ii i- rcall a ii ip abroad Miss I .fj sweet Voll e allllj in i must, in Paris. I Mis. J. II. PegUC entertained at cards, Tuesday afternoon, oompll- mentarj In Mrs. J B, .MeManus ami Mis. Frank Fiiii Progressiva Five Hundred was played, resulting in .Mis. John Beaven winning the first prise ami ah-s. Martin Tiernsy Hie cut prise, a prettily appointed two-coursi smn of (he card game. A dlagm Mis. Peglie'll guesH were Meg-The kind I names Mctuanus, n re, .mis. u.irhe kind H a, Hudson, aiis. Mann, Tierney, I rb.e . aiis .iniin Heaven, asrs, surren with was I Oraham, Mrs. I k. Graham, Mrs. Fred ! Russell, Mrs. I.. S T. s-ici. Mrs. Joe glt8houp, .Mis. T. McMIHIn, Mrs. ii. ja I Sullivan. Airs. Tl as Blnkert, Mts. uuynn, M rs, vv lenkte. A numbei nf friends of Mrs. W HneMlrtg surptlsed her al ihe home rkln and Ial Miss Ireiu RuggtC! Donohue eloped in Her day. where the) were married. The mother of the brldt lectod i the marriage, ami the young i pi N f Utlt I 1 1 I I : .Kit, U 1 lor, d pi 1 1 Mall, nil il It ) genuine, " HAWHti AT COST ea 1 1 .i -I. ii- ( ,,i passion swift uml i-t Amt those, unknown Ijmity's I..,.. 1 1 ..i i i.i. tl II i . . . . sa . w m . r l... "1 I r. , , ,, , 4 t , , l . , , 1 . . . . , , i I I , ( , I i possibl, ... keep tl i'k ol all ol th laWII hCtC at HODC KCSIOCnCC. Tuesday evenins, lusl preceding Mrs UHL-UI l IU UU uivum niuiau.iy. CUT GLASS A ml never CI m l. w ild The Sllipid nil, s Me Vi (I ),iiiilc(l China and ire piuusl rved but. for which (he playei thankful. I presume t, My!" applies l,, lb f..r four peopi tan I fun. or more, (ban lift And the "cats." for ties, are as elaborate at more pretentious even a bi(C spread woi sure-enough parlies, i are. Mis. Juhn I Clarke h.n at Auction Itridgc. Wcdmsd noon, Mrs. Nam Beswick the same day, Mrs. Bernard Rode) tin next night. Mrs. Walter Connell Thursday afternoon, and goodness only knows how many Store, It really Isn't safe to inquire, or worth the (rouble for the Presb) (or an i b in h. The pr. it, lawn will be illuminated, and vaiimis booths will b ui . h true , f oun linn if!i r- tte w ho plan to make the PBoSjt of ' isn't, is now in the process of re- the matter of that. I Coi ning s departure for Globe, Arls., '" where the lluelllngs at, tn make I heir future home. rj 'iiie surprise part) was a delight J tui social function, ami enjoyed by a large number of friends, ail ,,r whom greatly regret the departure of ' i in- c loettlngs "' ' '; The Ooetttnga lived here twentv- I three yenrs, ami are well and fgvor ,. - 1 1 ably known, ...rdi'V I.. Rugrjles-Passmore Nuptials. A M i's preily home wedding was le folb,vine ant m em.nl ill i suiemin.eu i niirnciay evening. Aug- if interest to main Aibttejuerojue I ust und, which united 1st mntrlmon) .Miss Allah Kuggles. of Milwaukee. Mr. and Mi V. I'. Kdie, of Wis., and rimmas J I'assmore, of Se- this l flans an- b, ing p, rfected mr thi concert to be given b the i.uvai Bon ,,f u. c.i.i ..ml Broadwai ehun i at tiie church next Thursdaj evenlna Among tho t,. participate In th ( mnslcelc an- i,s. Wolfe, a talented). Ii.a. i.r. ., newcomer and Sd u In .id I CLOCKS All this week learani e S.ilt; tn make room m otn incoming Fall Stock, a IS27 Winfiebl street, 1-os Ann .ii). The ceremony was p Unlet; Miss I. ra Curtwrtghl rcndei ESTD I8S3 Ceil Pwryesr, soloist, ami Air- moms Huuhes. pianist. . H her lending I iide importnnce, The program, subject to sllgl bauge. i s follows: t. Violin BOlO selected. Mrs. ttaiph Henderson. 1. Reading A Klollc on I'car .w r- g g svv RELIABLE iATCHMAKtRS S JfWCLERS 107 W CENTRALAVE I