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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, May 21, 1916.
Two i i Cause and Effect We hs1 Wn spcaUInK of many thiiiKs of alines and ships mnl ccll-Inif-wox, of cnbbnicM and klnp;s; of why the eu Is boiling hot, nnd why do MK have win nd finally we K'it round to the old bromide that life's ft very funny proposition eftcr all, and th conversation drifted uimlessly alnnir for a while, Rettlnic nowhere In psrtlciilur, and I fell Into an old hnbit of mlnn of quoting omMhlwr that happcnfd to be BUKKested by a remark that had been made, or perhups by omethlnir that hud subconsciously been running through niy mind. "And thev that wr Rood shall be hnppy they ahull sit In tt golden i hair And splnrh fit a trn-tiwne rnnvng with brushes of camels' hulr." "Nonmn? rrlvel! Idiocy! Kip ll It should hav known bettor thun to elve utterance to any such piece of stupidity. Any child should know, better." exploded my companion. I wan whacked, for "lVKnvoi" bus idwny been one. of my favorite. "V.'hiit'n th matter with Kip?" 1 flaked. "In the obstruct, nothing; In this particular Instance, everything," wuh the reply. "Kindly e'uPldato." I persisted. "Well, to befcln with, nn n etnte nient of fai t It doenn't toll tho truth. VI'k ee It spread out all around us vnry day that only In exceptional nn ! ore tho Bond tin pjiy, nnd If we hnve sense. enoUKh to nnnlyzo those exception we learn Hint almost In v rlab'y there In something else be aliles mere KooclneHH that contrlbnteH to the happiness. Ana ul tnui, i in- 1st I am nit cynical. The chief obloctlon to tho pnssalfe that yon l)ve, quoted, however, In that. ponHldered nn nn axiom, Hh term are exactly reversed from what they should he. If tho poet hud said, 'They that are happy shn 1 bo trooil,' he would have tillered a great truth. 114 simply confused ciniso and effect. Hoodnoss may or may not produce happiness, but happiness always pro motes, If It doisjiot actually brlnu a' out. goodness. "Mow many women do you know who are making fools of themselves and Renin theinsclvcH oulrnitPously telked uhout for no oilier reason than tbnt under the cover of n foolish pride that' really deceives no one, they are unspeakably miserable? How many men can you count that really want to wa k strulxht ami do tho decent thing but are throwing themselves awav solclv because, being unhappy, their outlook on life; Is twisted ami thev can't sec things In their proper perspective? What temptation Is tbere for a man or n woman who Is hnpey to go wrong? The quicker th" world Rets awity from Ilia crany and vMouh doctrine that the Mood shall be hunt V and adopts the selie, wholesome one that the happy shall bo good, tho better off the world will be." Me 1 nm not a iihilosnpher. Hem e I hfivn no comment to make. Hut the liifR had not occurred to me nr- fore. atld It struck mo as having elioi.Rh meat In It to wn-rout passing along. Ho there It Is fluro It out for yourself. nr.o ntosH n.i u The ball given In thp armory FH rtov nlRht by tho local chapter of the American Ited Cross for the purpo.w of raising money to purchase supplies needed by the chapter was In every successful. The weather was pool enough to make dancing Just The Graduate The next few weeks there will Ik a rush for pretty things for pretty graduates. Whether it is to lc a Diamond Riiifj, a ilainty IJroxli. a Eaval liere or a pretty Bracelet Watch we liavc them in larc variety. You'll like the things we have to show you, and you'll find the prices right, perfectly consistent with the values we offer. If you are in douU as to just what to give, our long experi crre in exclusive jewelry may enable us to be of service to you. TD 1583 t m MJ lie I "'tJ pleasant In spite of the fact that, by the. calendar, the merry month 'of May Is well advanced, Hnd while n good-sized crowd was on hand II was not s i large as to cause a Jam on the floor, with Its consequent dlseomfort and annoyance. The public spirit of AIMiiiicr'ue citizens was well shown In tin- dona tlonn made for the occasions, tho la dies In charge being put almost to no expense nt all In giving the ball. The iiiuhIc, which by the way was excel lent, was the composite contribution of all the union orchestras in town. Ice cream was furnished by the Albii (iiei(iie Creamery company and the London creamery, the lights by the local light company, drinking cups by the Fred Harvey company, cones for the Ice ii cam by the diaries Jlfeld company, and even the maids In at tendance gave their services free. tiik i:mi'tv iti;. I.ove come singing down the valley, (iolden honey In her hands: I.lfo lael.ed time to il ill.v-.ln 1 1 v. Hiiiee.lng money from h'm lands. Life, by all but gold forsaken, Wooed with money in his hands: Love had vanished, having taken All tho honey front his lands. Illchurd liutlc-r Crlacnzer, In I.lfo. omm i:cr.M I, XT HOI. Accounts given of the commence ment hop at the New Mexico Military liiiitltlile last Friday evening Indicate t tin t the affair was one of the mowt brilliant ever held at the Institute, which Is noted for the elegance and lono of Its social functions. The hop v.oa tho flist of n series of entertain ments which promise to make the commencement season at Koswell this year one long to be remembered. The large gymnasium at the Insti tute was Friday night il blaze of llbl and reverberated from one end to the other with tho gay laughter and the happy chatter of the cmbds and their friends. The ball opened at !l o'clocl, and continued until 1 ::. ltoswell soi lety wiim out in all lt glory, The young ladles, realizing that the cadets who had (b lighted (hem with so many dances during the winter, were about In close (heir season, were attired In their smartest gowns, carried beauti ful bouquets, and had their hair ar ranged In (he latest and most artistic civics. This dance la only second In importance to the final ball, which lakes place Tuesday evening. The music was especially good, and at limes encore after encore was culled for. Helween dancen the collides strolbd on the wide veranda and the lawn adjacent to the gymnasium. The grounds Were dolled with lights, and .rets arranged ut various points where those who did not dance might mingle with (he crowd and feci that they were a part of the real gnlely, A number of visitors are now In Foswell attending New Mexico .Mili tary Institute commencement exer cises, especially (he dances, which arc . onsldcrecl (lie most enjoyable and the trayehl of (he social season. Everyone males plans to be present, both old and young, and eac h year the dances .-ice mure flaborai,, than tho year be fore. The cadets, as Is to he expected of military men. are gallant and grace ful danc ers. They are royal hosts and dec what (hey can to entertain tho larc.e throng assembled about the cam pus and the gym. 'What Is your position on this question?" asked the advocate of voles for women. The congressman thought u. minute nnd then replied: "Very uncomfortable." Liberty Fell. rou nitiDi -ro-ni:. A charming event of the past week was the linen shower given by Miss ' ore tta I'.ratton, at her home on South Walter street, ill honor of Miss Vida I'luney, who Is soon to become the ' ride of Mr. licence Uryunt .limes. The home was t ist fully decorated In plnU end while, (he color scheme being mainlucnc d throughout. Alter nn nft ; i noon at various games, refreshments were served. Miss l'liilic's popularity was nttested by the many handsome . lit) useful presents which were given her by admiring friends. Tlmsc present were Miss Klsie Mnc Orcgor, Miss lona Macclrisor, Miss b cnii- Troll, Miss lulse ilkerson, iiss Failh l.ongfel ow. Miss Stella Serugifs. Miss Mat caret S.hml It, Miss I ili Keepers. Miss lna linker. Miss I .rone" I'arkcr, Miss (mui MIm Jane llrrron. Scliupp and Wife Well. dear. I shall have Cook left to del the cooking now. Wllheiot .'1111111. this afternoon. Husband Not exactly without warning. She told me Ibis morn ing 1 bud belter bring I u' nome elvo'cl'sU tablets tonight, but I didn't iUllo understand what she nn nnt. Tit -Hits. Hit M TIC t NTT. The elr.imntlc e aut.Ua, "(lueen Es ther." which is to be given nt the Crystal theater a week from tomor row, blits fair to be one of the really notable musbnl events of the season. Special scenery and roalunies have been provided for the occasion, an uib ntal (ouch prevailing throughout I ho production. The entertainment Is being given for (he benefit of the r..ulivl..e'enn ,-bnrt h nnd members CM the (holt's of all the other chun lies In cltv will assist In the pertonnance. whhh will be giw'n under the direc tion of Mrs. P. L. Hradford. Mrs. Hraeilcrd herseif will appear In the tltlf role of Ijueen Kslhcr, while 1 1 l iilkenberg s fine te nor voice will be heard (o exeellent ndvientage In the leading nolle part. The cunt will include some of the best kneewii and most talented amati'iirs In the i ity hud that the entertainment h, well weitth uttviidlng goei without the M1ng. H'Mtr.NTKT, i n:. The first annual dance of the Hantn F railroad apprentices was held Thursday evening ut the Masonic tem ple, and was in every way a decided success. It wi:s a formal affair, only apprentices nnd graduates be ing pres ent. The grand march began at 8 o'clock, being led by ilr. and Mrs. A. J. Hlerne. The music, by tho Jiooster orchestra, was of a high order. About fifty couples we re present. A unique feature of the dance was the pro grams, whbh were gotten up in the form of a blue? print, many technical railroad phrases being used to desig nate the various dances The committee In charge, to whom,in .). i,..,.,, turouoise rides a copper much credit Is due for the succors of i the dance, was composed of J. A. llnds, J. Hehrclber, K. I). Moyc, K. J. Miller, A. M. James, William ' 'rawford : and A. A. HuyncH, Jr. William Craw- for( was floor manager. Mr and Mrs. A. J. liierne unci Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Campbell were ehaperones, "A IB-page letter from Tom! Oh, what does he say?" "He says he's going to call this afternoon," l lil ; MM IIANCIi The dance given by the Alpha (lam ma sorority at the Fnlverslty of New Mexico last Saturday evening was one of the most pleasant and enjoyable of the social events of the commencement season. The affair was in the nature of a lawn fete and was give n at the home of Miss Louise Hell, on fcioulh Third street. The guests of the occasion Included Miss Shirley von Wacdietihausen, Miss Myrl Hope, Miss Louise Hell, Miss Margaret (.'nuke, Miss Irene ltoldt, Miss Margaret Flnurnoy, Miss Krboc- , i, ii,,. . miu i.iili,..i l.aV.l Miss Kiithcrine Conway, Miss Kathleen Long, Miss Kvelyn Trotter. Miss I'.ve Ivn Long; Messrs. (leorge White, Fred White, Lyle Vincent, Ira ltoldt, Gor don Cass, I'aul iiutt, Hrook Jiruntley, ,F,i" Mccanna, llay McCunnn, Leslie I'oldt, Krnest Hammond, Arthur Sl.sk, leim Kmuioiis and Hubert Hopewell, "And you have had tho sumo servant for two years? 'Vcs," replied Mr. "Hhe says she doesn't Crosslots. believe in changing alter she has gone to the trouble of teaching the fam ily her ways." Washington Stur. OTi:S OF S(K IF.TY. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Itaynolcls gave i chicken supper Wednesday evening I lit. Sllvn's. In TIJeras canyon. The! guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerre llag-; gard, Mr. and Mrs. Frnost lrtvls, Mr.; nnd Mrs. Frank liult and Mr, and Mrs. ' Charles X. White. ! Mrs. John Lee Clarke and Mrs. J. F ! Alger were joint hostesses at a tea given at tin.' Country club Friday lift- crnoon. Mrs. Frank Hull entertained the j Luncheon lliidge club Thursday after-1 noon. .'Mrs. Fred Cnnfleld was hostess on Monday afternoon to tho members of her bridge club. Mrs. It. W. J). Ilryan entertained at bridge! Friday afternoon coniplimon tury to Mrs. Frederick Hornby nnd! Mrs. Jumes A. Illalniy, both of whom expect to leave A lluniuei epie shortly after June I. Tho game was fol lowed by a two-course luncheon. Mr. anil .Mrs. J. A. Weinman left Monday for Atlantic City, for a three moiiths' visit. Monday afternoon Miss Irene Holdl end Leslie llolclt left for their old home In Nebraska. Ml-s Lillian tfplcknrd has returned In her borne In Nashville", Tenn. Kroi.i; Iliantlcy left last Sunday for his home In Chattanooga, Tenn,, for t be summer vacation. Miss Shirley von Wachcnhauscn left iilnc sdirv for New York, where sh('i,.st thlnir nnd societv is taking to It) will spend the summer. At the Mime time Miss Katherlne Conway left for her home in Syracuse, N. Y. MiH Margaret Cooke left last week for In r inline In Iowa. Mr and Mrs. Hcrnurel Hfebl have . players or the east inosewno coun rnow'd from the former home at 1112 to the west and southwest to spend We st Central avenue to 4U8 North eleventh street. Mrs. J. F. Luthy and her daughter, Miss F.stclla I.ulhy, have Issued Invl tat ions to a luncheon to be given at the Alvarodo on Thursday, June I. Mrs. Hymn Henry Ives was hostess ycsti'iclay afternoon to the Saturday Hridge club, of which she is a mem ber. Special guests were .Mrs. Nancy HcswUk, Mrs. Frank Putt and Mrs. Arthur A. Allen. Mrs. Jcssi,. Keleher und her daugh ters Misses .Margaret unci r.imeiim, who have been upending the winter Iniver Mnltn, Mi . nnd Mrs w. i . nm-. Porto Hico, expec Hico, expect to sail for .cw;Jir. auu .ies. J. It. lie . e-,, .. .... - York on June 3. They will remain In I In" east several weeks before return-' illg to AlllUelll'reUe. Dr. and Mrs. V. A. l'rovlnes w j) : b'ave early next month for an over land auto trio to San Antonio and Corpus Clirtstl. Tex where they will visit relatives of Dr. Provines. Later they will visit Mr. and Mis. Ileum,, the parents of Mrs. Provines. at Hef u-; gio, Tex., returning to A lbuiuereue anotit W"plember 1. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Pollock returned, to the city Thursday from Hampton, j l !,..,, ilw.- ueit.li 111,) lii.Ht thl'"te: w eeks. Jean Firdsull, the sinull niece i of Mrs Pollock, ac-compiinicd themj an, I will spend the summer hero. j Mrs. John Lee Clarke and Mrs. E. j J. Alger wer! joint hostessed at a) tea at the Country club Friday after noon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wliry, Saturday morning, a son. A lll'llgtlll 111 surpiise pen ten , given Fridiiv evening bv Miss Mar- j garct Striini'-nilst and Miss Marvina, Klalcemore in honor of Miss Ullio Hinds, a bride oi the near future. A delightful surprise party was Young Thing Then yon, too, have felt the subtle touch of his genius? old Party oh, yes and also the subtle genius of his touch. ALL KINDS OF WHITE GOODS, Values to 50c yard; on sale Monday and Tues day at 25c yard. GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY Over Glorieta Pass licnrath the train the miles are folded by, High and still higher through the vibrant uir We mount and climb. Silence and brazen glare; Iiesert nnd sage-brush; cactus, nlkall, Tiny, low-growing flowers, brilliant, dry; A vanishing coyotei lean and sparo, 1ipes slowly homeward with a backward slare To jig-saw hills cut sharp against tho hU V sun. old hopes eome thronging with an urge a zesF (i,e 'w indovv gliding wires run, jtndlng two oceans. Argosy and quest! .,.(..1ITm ,i,ered to be dreamed nnd done It Is young air we breathe.. This Is the West! Ilntli Comfort Mitchell, In Cen tury. Santa Fe Society Notes SI'ltINt; Tlli: AT SANTA IT". "fis springtide and the peach tree In the orchard, over there, Has donned (ho Kuster gown of pink That Is most wondrous fair! While the plum tree, ( lose be side her, lias a dress of purest white. And both have used for trimming A green that's soft and light. There, beyond tho roadway. lieneath the gray cedar boughs, Is a patch of yellow mustard That soon will feel (he plow. Through the dark green of the pljiyon Above (he cedar's gray, I see old I'.aldy crowned with white, lie seems so far today. The lovely lilac blossoms; With fragrance fill the nlr, And tulips lift their scarlet heads, With punsies everywhere. The robins now ing gaily. Anef meadow larks are heard, And, darling gladly all about, ; Are birds, nnd birds, mid birds! ! ! STI AI, A MA1IUI OX SANTA IT', i The Capital City has planned und talked golf links for years. In fnct, it has had golf links and a golf club In years gone by, when golfing wasn't; so fashionable; mid not so essential to a tourist resort as it Is today. Out on Laiuona hill.-Iiob tliiitner und other venules elicited in "itiLnimcr flannels tried golf for nevcrrfl 'Sundays in sue- ssion, but it seemed so riiucli llKo oil; that (h- golf fever died a naiu-! pal cle'iith. Hut of lute there has been e i recurrence or the lever aim one1 hears golf talk and golf plans, usually! tied mi with a country club proposb lion, The argument, generally Is thai as a health and tourist resort, Santa I e must have golf links, and those golf links ought to be about tho best of (heir kind in the entire west. j It is absurd, so it Is contended, to i Invite millionaire s to spend their lei-j sure hours in Santa Fe aid not pro vide golf links for them. Hut while! Santa Fo won talking, Koswell has! gone ahead und Is putting in links, j Thes. links nro Just three miles north of tho town on the sn-called Herren- ; do course. It Is a modest nine-hole1 course while" Santa Fe has o many; sciiiare miles or notning surrounding it that it can easily afford an elghteen hole course. This is what (he Koswell Record says about It: "Well, goil is me new- enthusiastically. It means more than: Must having a golf course to Hoswell. ( ,Tho club members are fixing the; Iconise in such grand condition that I! will be attractive to the ardent golf. the winters to esc ape me rigois oi me i eastern clime. Hoswell has been mlss i lug much of this w Inter tourist busi ness. The golf links will help to ! bring them to this great winter Italian I climate, w here one can play on the :nhi ..i-tiieii,!illv ..t'Ml'vr ebiv ll llrilllT lie winier season. i oe iiitijciie pi" I'tuhiisiaslie and every day you can see them on the course. Y'ou ran see some of the following: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwurd A. Cahoon, Mr. and Mrs. A. J'ruitt, soitm of the J.inas, .Mr. ana ;wrs. on joiner prominent ramiues. iu-ic forly members so tar. .i. i.'. jicrose, 'an exiicrt landscape artist, has been l ... . . ' .v, assisting in me niaiiaKcioeoi 'i i".i course, in laying it out unci iii'iiucujiiis the entrance and the grounds. He t . .... I .....II 111 :" t"ui wnrn r uisn.-u k..c " : nave in" m hi oieie-ooir. tinn.-e' 1 tho southwest. Men are working ail !thc time on the links. They have Just 'about finished putting in an oil sand I putting green, and when completed will inaKe the course first-cinse in ev ery respec t. A new entrance to the eo utso has been built and the ap proach has been beautified. Most convenient and restful to the golfers V'oach nnd visitors are the pretty new ! cliches, which have been scattered at Intervals along the course." THE 1ET1ST COLONY. I Miss Heiison expects to leave Bhort- . !y for Stennibuat Springs, Colo., to; utteee.l lee.m.t lime" to find HullicCtS "or : -i-- - - - . book and magazine lllustrutle.ns. She, is arranging for an exhibit nt the ' al- j e of tho C.overnors dur ng July. , Various an class-s during the week i viewed the water color exhibit or Mrs. Winslow Skinner, of Florence. Italy, in (he reception mom of the Palace of the C.overnors. The pictures of Italian churches and village scene1.;, as well us those of tne California mis sions, are a source of unending de light to the hundreds of tourist visi tors who are passing through Santa Fe daily. i ("apt. Carlos VIerra. of the museum staff of artists, is kept very busy on t'e Mexican border, as he is in charge of the rifle practice, being him self a crack shot, who has won honors for Hie New Mexico militia at the na tiienal shooting tournaments. ! Mrs. I.orin C. Collins was hostess to the Woman's club In honor of the lo cal artist colony, on Tuesday after noon, Htcelvlng with Mri. Collins wr Mrs. Jacob Woitmer, president of the Woman's club, und Mr. W. J. Mctiill, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Colling. Mrs. Laiighltn and Mrs. I'ope assisted in the drawing room, while In the dining room Mrs. Francis C. Wilson, Mrs. William J. Darker. Mrs. C, If. Cochran, Mrs. Nina-otero Warren and Miss Flora Conrad were in charge. Th(. guests of honor included Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Norwood, of l'aris, France; Mrs. Winslow Skinner, of Florence. Italy; Missis Matilda, and Kliznbeth McCord, of Paris, France; Air. and Mis. William I Henderson, of Chi cago; Mr. and .Airs. K. M. Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos icrrn. Miss Car olyn Stanley and MIps Natalie Curtis, of .New York; Miss Heiison, of Hom ing; Mr. Sheldon Parsons and daugh ter. Sura, of New York City; Mr. lien lilcsKum, of Chicago. The appoint ments aiid decorations, consisting of white and purpb: lilacs, were most at tractive. IX 1IOXOU Ol' VIMTOKS AND OTIl- i:hs. Friday evening, .Mrs. Florence L. Hart let t an,l Miss Uiws entertained the high Rchool and its friends In hon or of Miss Wherltt and Miss Mabel Laws, at Mrs. Hurtlctt's home on Kust ....t.. ............ m .... i .. ,-e !et u'tiu l UIrtce UVCllli'-. 1UIH1 ihh".j" iv ...-.. . . . i . ; ... np. hostess on raiunuiy evening uc uu un fair in honor of Mrs. H. I). Scars, who arrived during the week from New York city to join her husband. In honor of Mrs. Isaac Harth, of Alhurjuepiuo, Mrs. Leo Herscli enter tained ut a Spanish dinner on Monday evening, the guests being State Sena tor und Mrs. Isaac Harth, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. W'ilkersnn. Mrs. I'.d ward A. Mann, Mrs. A. tioid and Miss ltebecca Hold. At a iniislcale given at the hdme of A. W. Heckner, on Fast Palace avenue, on Tuesday evening, the pro gram was rendered by Mrs. William J. Fauth and Mr. Heckner, vocalists; Mrs. Henderson, violin, urd Miss Heckner, piano. The guests were Mr. an, Mrs. H. IJ. Sears, Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Turley, Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Hea ding, Mrs. W. J. Fauth, Mr. Dean and MUs Uuly. A KF-UtillTI II, till Witt 1'AltTV. Mrs. X H. Uuny and daughter, Mrs. Charles A. Wheelon, were hostesses on Wednesday afternoon at a delight ful bridge party. Ukies nnd other hlossoins of spring were lavishly used in decorations. The Imported tally cards depleted secnew from Venice. The favors were dainty baskets of fili gree filled with bonbons: The guests were Meselamcs Kaplb Waller, Kohn, French, Wilson, Winter, Haughlin, Ab bott Tciwnsonel, Hughes, I. H. Manna, H if tlannu, Miller, Jones, Jaffa, Mora, Rolls Kenehun, Arthur and James Seligmnu, McDonald, Warren, Schumann, Fischer, r isne, ,-pnz, cum-, est, F.rvien, Parker, Moore and Davlcs j Mrs. Frank JO. Mera was awurded the prize for high score. ! i CUTIS AND SOCIETIES. ! Mrs. Frank W. I'arkcr entertained I the Saturday Card club. Mrs. Fran-1 els C. Wilson was hostess to the Thir-1 teen club. Mrs. tiny Turley had as J guests the Monday Card club. Mrs. i Francis C. Wilson received the prize. ! The extra guests were Miss Spitz, Mrs. Van St Mrs. (larelcsky and Mrs. Wilson, The Tuesday Kvening Card j club met -with Miss-May Spitz. The honors were carried off by Mrs. Carl A. P.lshop, Mrs. Ira L. Oriinshnw and Mrs. C. H. Cochran. The Wednesday F.vcnlng Card club met with Mrs. J. 15. MeManus, while the Hridge club ihu enicst of Miss Aimee Wittman. ; Tho Junior Dancing club met with! Mrs. K. A. l'lske on Wednesday after-j noon. ' The Presbyterian Woman's Aid so- i ciety met with Airs. Matthew droves! on Friday afternoon. In honor of the, bovs oii the border, patriotic songs j were part of the program. 'Jhe Mis sionary soc iety met Monday afternoon j with Mrs. AVilliam 11. I'ope, on F.nst palace avenue. The Episcopal guild I and Missionary society met Friday all- crnoon with Mrs. Francis C. Wilson. The Daughters of the American Hevo-j lutlon will meet m xi Saturday evening I at the home of Judge und Mrs. Johnj P.. McFic. I OTIIEIl SOCIAL EVENTS. Mrn. "Wellmer again entertained oil; Thursday afternoon at one of a series' of informal affairs. The dance under the auspices of Hie Woman's Hoard of Trade In Li brary hall, on Thursday evening, was so jniich of a success that the young folks arc already clamoring for a sim ilar affair In June. Judge" and Mrs. N. H. Laughlin en- K'einthiiii'il all t'imt" Three.) Nasty Drug Salivates, Makes You Sick and You Lose a Day's Work, Every druggist In town your drug gist and everybody's druggist, has no ticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel. They all give the same reason, Hudson's Liver Tone is tuk lug its place. "Calomel Is dangerous and people know it, while Hudson's Liver Tune is perfectly safe and gives .better re sults," said a prominent local druggist. 1 unison's Liver Tone Is personally guaranteed by every druggist who sells It. A large bottle costs &A cents, and if It fails to give easy relief In every cr.se. of liver sluggishness and consti pation, you bine only to ask for your money back. Hudson's Liver Tone is a pleasant tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wukp up feeling fine; no biliousness, siik hend ache, acid stomach or constipated bowels. It doesn't Ellus or cause In convenience all the next day, like vio lent calomel, fake a dose of calome' today and tomorrow you will feel weak, sick and nauseated. Don't lose a day's work! Take Dodson's T.ivie lone instead ami feel fine, full vigor and ambition. of YOl It SEWING S'n l i; I IT WKA It Three items of concern to the economical woman planning her sewing. 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An effective laxative remedy that is very dependable, and which does not gripe or otherwise disturb the organs involved, is found in a combi nation of simple laxative herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep sin that can be bought, at the drug store for fifty cents a bottle. Mrs. C. C. Allen, 215 Foam St., New Monterey, Calif., wrote to Dr. Cald-l well that she "found Dr. Caldwell si Syrup Pepsin Just what was needed j for constipation and distress of the I stomueh lifter eating. It should bc 111 every household." i I Fill your home atmosphere with The great French perfume, winner of highest international awards. Each drop as sweet and fragrant as the living Lilac blossom. A celebrated connoisseur said : "I don't see how you can sell such a remarkable perfume fur 75 cents a bottle" and remember each bottle contains 6 oz. it is wonderful value. Try it. Ask your dealer today for ED. PINAUD'S LILAC. For 10 cents our American offices will send you a testing bottle. 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