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Albuquerque Morning JourniJU Sunday, December 17, 1916. State TUB FortniKhtly Munie club vdt Hive n proirniiii of Chrlftmii" rtiroli fir in the public toiiltihl '. 7 "I i hi- rreMiyicritiii church. TT IS never too late to buy your FU'rt frofH stickers enrly. At least five for every person In Albuiueiue. Have you bought your five? SocietvNews of the Christmas Takes the Center of the Stage and Social Affairs Await the Season of Holidays r. urgent- for Hifti-r lirr much ilnnrUtK. (he mo- ,''. womrn infertHlrd n iinlfiithi r' iiiiiniiil piilr llia.b Mill llhh.ll.S liOUKht .)(, tie k well pi-ttico:it, 10 h' ii l.i. ut Mfteriifinii ten ar t i 1 11 inn i l the thlna I Hunt, mid nil fetlvitlc except I how of ttte thimlile i n1 neei'.'e and the l.-ilc I'lirlxtiiiiiK KhopplliK have Left' till P ( il titltll the holiday.. The mtmlclpiil Chrintiinii tree i cle l i iitinii, whMi In to dike plm e on i In latum eve, in tnklnr every inninenl Hint a ii he Hjifi red from the tln i,f liollv ri i )oii arid Influx of Hed ( Mlclici , " 'I he ttee till yenr In In he placed ni Cciitrnl iin.l Turk iivi-Iiiicm In the ! i nihglc, where IIh till Minn y run tie mi n nh' up nriil down Ceir il iivcriue. (..nil,) .f In (he trove t. , : st year. 'li kiddle have H rut nendi.rr nf the i clchriulnn, piu.'.. rlnif hi the ln-e nhimt o'eloek fur the prorcHHion yviiii n :ine tit rt h. diHtriilHCd In a t-i i: e ti v i.i t of while wIiMioia, In to lend juMiiiKly mid iiiiikIchUv to (he Armory, win re the uliuiller elillilren will re fine Imx.B of Chrlntmna rnndlc. The; fi hunl children will not pnrtlclpiitc In ii imily, l.i.t every younRnter in Alhu- Ilow thin a -li 1 rpierrpic . expected to he on linnd to In I'etlitiK help aloiiK the excitement of the fe- f nhppem ! livlty. John Milne, gupei intelnlcnt or nchonli", I In rhftiKo of thin pluiNU or the uff.ilr. Kxerclxe proper lire to tnke place nt the tree ut dunk, when the vnrt colored IlKhta in HWltrheil on, nnd l he proKMiiti of I'hrlHt tniiH music will he lven. Tho I'ortnliihtly chili 1m taken ()uiri;0 of ttie mimic nnd expects the co-operation of nil the limit and every blind in the city. fine of the feitturiH Ihlfi yenr Ih 'o tie the coinmnnity hiiiAhik, nnd nr riiniff nientm tire tn uiir mnde to plm o ii H'leen on wlili h enn In- thrown the' wnliln to the enrolN nnd hyiniiH ;ih thejThlH, hand anil (holm tuke up the ciuffinir, In order that the populace may Join in (he Chrl.Htmim mnmc with voice nni will an heart. The KorinlKhlly Inh miiioiincen Hint even the hnhy'H voice Ih to he welcomed In the ( 'h rim man chiiriiN Hi in yenr, ninl Ih-iiik oino of the hi nt miixic that the town Iiiih. KoreimiHt In Iho effort to mnke the fe-ttlvnl h miot'eMM ure Mihh I.ee ninl MIkh I.oii l,ee, Mm, J. AlK'-r nnd .Mm. 1 4. H. 1'elern, (OKether with the uic inherit of the Fortnightly cluh. Maya Sonnets The Still lYIcst. He Is the hiKiver, iho mighty, IIIk even have the culm of deep KOfia; Ami from hi purled lips flows mimic, u iieiincr loun, nor koii, Hut It witlnfies, It In merciful. He Is the pillnr of the kitiKdom, j)o Kicnt its KtHturn that the god Clnlm Ins head for a restliiK phue. flit hnndu wield a acepter of gold, (if sunllKht, not metal. Albuquerque Young Women Collect Tribute from Through Passengers jiur Tin: 'III', event of ntoHt Imi orlnncc Inst n ii k whs the ciiIIcki! pluy, ,'(lo di Willie," which whs Riven on I II om y tieiore n eupin iiy house, i:eiyonn Hint is . .nyono was there, nnd eveiyon wn- Rind. It wai one nf ti e ( rownlT i; aur ses of AlhU- 1 1 1 roue niiiiitetir th'iiti. . The ro-tuuilnr 'u . '"V (," of the tnoKt effectlvu p.. l is of tlm per f.ittmini e, nnd wl; Ut tho will's of miiny of tin in were on' , tic re.rl d ;mi the tulle 'lis tarh'Uili, 1 :li leu "I villi i ri al lenllier, tic wholn e;'. i t Wa oMeuiely nood. Th mera fan who wrote tha review did not ituu- do,, contiiiries hciuiise In Wn u mere mini nnd did not notice them, fii in r..i f Vttl, blue "This colonial nff.ilr Wi re, what C) you III ki-ll. "Von menu the lov. frnrK with 'he delft. ruffles?'' we siiRifeatf .1. "Nil, It hud wide ruffles and stood out, but anyway Hunk thn ribbon Were ink Til Indian I rlpcesa hed on a leopard akin. Thai i as Kond." "iMdn't she) hav He Hlio yellow 1. I,. Itradfonl and directed by .Miss Jeasm J'rott, , Thn first irrnup of rurols la under the heiidliiK "The First (.'hrlslinas," and eonlalns the fullowlnn: "The First Noel," KukIIsIi, by the chorus; "While Hv My Kheep," a aeventeentli cntury liyinn for men's vol red siiiik by J, l-aplne, F. J. HjiaulditiK, F..W. JS'lch; ols and lout KB K. lvareHj Willi up eclio of women's voices; nod "Awake My hsoul," by (I. E. Adams, suntj by Mrs. F. W. NP liols. The second ft roup, ('lirlstnina cradle solids, contains "Away In n MiinXer," l.uihi'r's suiiK for his own child, suiik by Mrs. Hi adford, Mr. and Mis. ICv- lerett and Mr. Uiplne; "What Child Is 1'iisiille This?'' by the chorus; "Jesus, Thou ." Iiu 1 1 enr Habn Ulvlne," trndltlonal erdlo ;aoiiK from Ilaytl, by tha chorus; "The white JJIeep of the Child Jesus,'1 old French rtbbo: . by Mr?. H. H. Miller, M" I) W, I F.iW will bo the oiuunlut for tbese two tsroupa. Tim third Is a Kroup or Alms carols qtiii hit y shHk in the olden days from door to dour. The first Is "(lood KinK Wcih chIiik,'1 uhl FiiKlluh, by Mrs. ube wore lit less re- Rhe that hud WIIM 'kirt that hen noil 1" "Well, I don't know, the skin anyway." And the mere man knew. The fluffy Kreen ( hot ns with Its black capes I' n il with monster checks, mid the d like coHtiiiuis of tho ponies as ' ' as the Indian maidens with their Kiild-lncKed sandals anil cuyiile and leather dresses Were un usually irond. And now that It I all over, thera are nt least forty tired yonHK inc" and women who will say; "Well, it was fun, but me for a vacation." I . - . ... The Thlity club bun thanired Ha mind Benin about Its ( lirlstrnnH da.o and will ttlve the affair on liecen t 20 at Odd Fellows hall. (I The Woman's club on Friday b rd the Itev. Itnndolph Cook xlve a tal' on tho life and work of Handc 1!. ii WriKlit. w ho was a coIIcbo mill lth him tivcniv years ao, and with ..hum he has kept In touch evr sir e. Il was literary day wan Iho club, ind ftbrra to the jiiurnni were is. I'yr'in II. Ives. Mis. Itctibcn 1 . , r v, nnd Mis rhnile T Kirk o i literary siiLJiMts. ami ,l.,.i HchmIo Ht.' ik, who siiiiu. I'he vVoinan s i Inh will tnke n CIiiIhIiuiis r s, and the next affair mi the cuh u'diir I the New Yeats ro ciption and program i' iinisii: on January 1, Mrs. it. J. Injiund entertained the Thursday Afternoon IttldKn club last week. Mrs. T, K. Heine k waa th guest iif the flub. The cnfcnxi merit of Mlaa Nans Car tel SiKiiuriicy of New Volk, known on the stage as Nun Carter, to Kuitef Topp, a civil engineer of Ijis Vegas, was announced In I.oa AnKelrs laid week. Miss Kltfnnrney wlll-apenil ( hriHtiuas with Mr, Topp I .as Vg-is, after which tu New Voik, whera th" ' take place III Msreh. 11 A croup of friends am pt lsed Onirics IV Hudson at hl hoine ut 1XU West I inll avenue on Monday evenluu li honor of one of his bi'ihdays. Mr. j llodsiin tefused to lill jusl which one It was, but the guests put It down as the t went -fit t and went ahead wtlh their ml . I ninl dunce In honor of the (l,i I t e.( iit were Mcssim. and Mea iliiius K I' A. John m, C. A. I.oiik, Hi Kin. Iice.pi i-e. the Mlnse lima Kli inwoit, Ili.iel pin hel and Maty I'liitt, and II. It n.ckeits, T. F. ,MeiH and J a hum i'alll.k. i ) IH'IIMO I.I It lN( I . 'I be lli'tlmo 1 . "I'la'netl Willi a daiii Iiik party on 1' lay evening ut- the Colombo Acao iv. Amour those t.rei-nt were the Archuleta, Alice " d Marti ez. M .(r vih.c. J ,11 J.j 1 . l.l'li ' 1 1 1 1 1 n llllde , Kil.l A 1 ll I . I'.csi v Kstelbi Mai tine., Jen i hopbic Murtinen. Nu II I Jennie (1iilliili'i .Main. i'(t I mother In ;,e will go eildlng will lisscs Jeulilu i iOIl, Sellld.l ic . Ire. a i Ille II III- v Mm I .a, i e I i : a, Sum .i lie, in l.i nnd at (lar a l nn- " Nail, i' . l.i. i.intiiii-. 'i ml III I ill lll lill' Ii., Ml -M tt u it ui. Poll I'lUni ', Icl Martinez. I en i'Iiiim Kaymonl Chnvc. c Juan .SandoN al. Hay Sei aphine A i idaca. in noire S.indov al Joseph piil'. Fe-iun t huvc?., Joseph tiallegos, I'eter 'l aeon. Manuel I'.rass. 1. Jose l.Ujiiil jind Pi vid ' tiaviz I ha u roil i 114 the pa.l.V .Mr. m il Mrs. Pcimls Cha . and XI- Charles lleinaudei. dr. m i irs P,.n- I'adilla. t' anil Mm. i in ni" lei and .r. and Mrs. Frank Ha in bet aide. O r uctx u; hti v rt k.k m. one of th first nt the Clirislmas enttrtainine' la to be the musical program ol rtst.noa enrol, by the rhortia of t. . i-'oftniKhtly Music club this evenlUK -t o'clock t the Freslivtei inn church. Home of the carola to 1 wintr r several hundred yeur o'd. ao old tlm' . Uiitb..ri.hlP haa long ainoe bee . . til mnaio to many of erb t uppeare,) Ihetn i nunlnt and the old-fashioned 1 1 (i,nd opera j'lavor of th vers iniere(.ii.. . , i,r,.,am has been irrgiS-d by Jlrfc'Mome trlo, Nichols, (loorga llcslct and chorus; "A Noel of liressiin Walts," old I'icikIi, by n chorus of women's voices, nnd "I Haw Three Hhlps," old Kngllsh, by the chorus. Miss Aline llixler Is oignnlst for this group. The last group shows ttie "lllith of the Savior of llie World," anil is In troduced by nn organ solo, "FuntuMln on old Christmas Carols," by K. Stan ley Seder; "Silent Night, Holy Night," old Herman, will be sung by Miss linn' Hal sell, and tilled choruses, "Hood Christian Men llejolco," and "Hod Itest Ye Merrln Heiitlemetl," old Fngllsh,, and a Dermail chorale, I'Hreau I'orlh, ( Heavenly Light," from luich a Chrlstmaa Prntorlo' will i loxe I lie progntni. The public haa been Invited to thn concert, for which there Is no admis sion charL'e, O Miss Father llowden and Miss Mar- lorle stcan gave tea yesterday from IH tu D o'clock at Hie residence of Itlsliop Fowden for the benefit of the F 'sen pul Church himpltnl fund. Miss Angclbu llowden presided nt thn tell liable, and assistants were Miss 1 Mnl'lha Anderson, Miss Maigaiet Leo and Mis liraio Stortz. u i Matier Te,l Chase, son of Mr. and I Mrs. 10. T. Chase was a youthful host yesteiday, entertalnliig in honor of his seventh birthday. The ballroom of the chase home al 1015 West Tllcras ave nue was a Christ nuts fairyland with greeiia nnd nilnlnturn Santas and diminutive chairs and tables. Fuvors we io fancy caps, rnnea and tiny mu sical Instruments, The small guests were Hetty Allen, Hilly Chase, Fran ces Wilson, Hob Wilson, Tom Held, Louise riestrelch, Mathlcen H'eiller, Frederick Itosllngton, Fdwln Purnnd, Kllxabeth Notrihaus, Francos Htern, Arno Hosenvvald, Liiclan Itlee, Charles Itlce, Pannv Marpherson, Hobert Mac pheraon,' Margairt, While, Virginia Hi ay. 0 Mr. and Mss. K. T. Chase were din ner hosts list night In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, who celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary, and Cap tain V. H. Held who had a birthday annlvci m y. Hum lug and cardH fol lowed the dinner. O Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Mnepnnnld have moved from Wesl Cent t al a venue to Hie Washington apartments. Mis. Flank Wilson gave a sewing bee on Thursday ullernoon, asking twelve friends to meet her house guest, Mrs N. It. KeHhelsId of Wieli- It ta Kan. Mrs. Knlchcrstd left Friday for Colmur, N. M., to spend Iho holi days with her parents. O Mia. John T. Mclaughlin left yes terdav for Miami. Ails, to visit, her (laughter. Mis. Krysnn Hia. iiu.Hhcr son, Jack MacLniighlin. From there .Mis Marl jiiinhhn will go In Cali fornia for si mouths. o Chester Pobsuii, son of Mr. and Mrs H. W. Pobson, who recently lelurned from I, us Angeles and has been scri-i I oiisty tit Hitn pin iiinoiiin, is some what Improved. n Mrs S. C. riiudoiro, tier daughter Miss Vivian and son Samuel, Jr., left Friday. for Chicago to make their fu ture home. O Mil l i: Vr.lil.FT HI ltF IODV. A iiumber of prominent uiusn Inns and music lovers have been Invited Io llie high si hnol auditorium Monday evening when Pr. pavid It Hoyd wlfl itiiroduce Mille Aid e Vei let, whom the I oiuloii pies,, recently hailed as the N. w tjueen of Song. Miss Verlet Is one of those rare song birds who have becomo fumous in grand opera before their vocal powers art impaired. Her fresh even vo .. and marvelous skill na a dra matic soprano and In coloratura, won golden opinions for her when she sang "I'hileiie" In a scries of special per formances of "Minium" which Pl rre'or Can.panliil recently gave for her with Hie Chicago Opera company. l:.fiire coming to this country Mille Tin I'lre lrlcNcss. cnlirj her eyelids, and how her lips, l'nrl"d In benediction that reveals uivi elgntv that springs from knowledge deep Not knowledge that u II men proclaim her power. Her crown, her scepter, shoes, do not divine, Hut Hie soft breath thatHtrenms from fie, this it wag that urged her to wn rd the sun. With this her chant Invoked, her mouth proclaimed, Hy this her message triumphs over atone, Through Huh her body bore tho burn ing grace of stellar wisdom (hat Informs her face. Heatrlce Irwin. R0SWELL J Mrs, Hufry Jarfa presided as hos tess to the Marten Auction lirlilge club Tuesday ut her home. Those who played were Mesdntnes I'tager Miller, Jaffa. Miller, . II. Smith, Pick Wins ton, T, A. Hoff, W. II. Johnson, .Vie Null of F.I I'aso, J. J. Jaffa, Nathan Jiiffil, W. H. Harlow, Sidney I'rager, Arthur Jaffa, Henry Hwartz, Mr.' Clark PHly was hostess Tues day nl'teinoon at a Christmas thimble purty. the third in a scries of affairs Hho has planned. The pew course lit the Country club golf links la nbout half completer!, and ftunday afternoon a number of "fain" were out enjoying the hport. Mr. nnd Mrs. "!. T. Stevenson worn hostess Wednesday evening to n parly of friends, enlei tainlng with military flva hundred. Those who played were Mr. and Mrs. I'!. A. Caboon, Col onel nnd Mrs. W, H. Harlow, Pr. and Mrs. W. V. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. C .1. Leland, Mr. and Mrs. I . H. Hmlth, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. FarriHWorth, Mr. and Mrs, H. II. Hasselt, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Null, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Herbal. Mrs. William H. Hrager will return Hie rnld Ho of Pecember from un ex- lendod vlsll with her (laughter, Mrs, John I Cassldy of Washington, I. C, The Itev. Hlshop Frederick H. How. oen nddressed Hie cadets of me lew Mexico Military Institute Sunduy at 3 o'clock at Irf.a hall. Mrs. J. K. 1 In iiil It on wa hostess Saturday evening to her Sunday school class of Imys at n truly old fashioned randy pull. The Juniors f the high school gave their moruhly literary program this week fit Hie high i-chool. Those ap pearing on the program were Fthel l.nbln. (Uiletu Tinder, Luelllo Thom son, Fdllh lloninn and Minnie Dee Fleming. Those who took part In the sopho n ore class program last week were May Hlythe, Kvel.wi Pavls, (leorge Sterett, Annie Herron, Margaret Tur ner, Ann May WiHitigham, Lion Hnu man, Hay Copeland. Strand McHrile und Antonio Lit Hive. Those who dance l the nliWnshfnn eil Itoswell (liiadrlllo Frli'lay evening nt the Flks charity ball wcf Smith Lea, Mia. John W. Foe, J. A. Cllinorr nnd Mrs, (iilmore, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Itervev, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strick land, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kipling. Mr. ami Mrs, W M. Atkinson, Mr. and Mis, C. C. Hrny, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. M. 1'arsous. Jon McCain and Mrs. For ney Fruit led th grand murdi, and other features of the evening were In terpretative dances by Miss Maud Itadney, and a solo uanro by little Fannie IjOu McKlm. Thn high school set danced Friday evening al the Country club. Mrs, Sidney I'rager chaperoned nnd Mrs. 11, II. Hasselt. was nt the piano. The "Pefsals" of the girls' Hlhlo study class djrected by Mrs. V. A. Johnson, were hostesses to the "Win ners" Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. J. K. Hamilton, at a Yuletldo lunch eon. Covers were laid for twelve. The Woman's club met Wednesday nt the Carnegie library. The 'sub tect, "Th" Aftermath of the (Trent War." was discussed hv Mrs. Julia Sharp and Mrs, Charles 1. rn i-Hnsr. Mrs. W. F. Null presided at hos tess Monday evening over (he regular dinner-brulgo of the Monday club nt the ( 'onnl rv clul The F. V.. P. chapter wis entertain ed Mondnv with a Christmas Hilmhln i niiy at the home of Mrs. Ford lleyer who villi Mrs. John T. MeClute, were the inliC Peceinher hostesses Mrs. Hvron P, Heal and Mrs. Jiimes H i'laid were hostesses Tuesday com plimentary to Mis. Pon Kililey of Fl I'imi, elite' lalning a party of friends il Kensington lea. Mis. Fred l.usk was hostess Tuesday afternoon to Miss Freda Hrough, who Ik Ii be n January bride. v r : Vol ':. - t K.''":;-; v' H I Pj-.;.;v;. "'vh' Saving the Family One evening Just before Christmas, according to the Photo Play Magazine, n moving picture house in a small south Texas town placed a Hed Cross Christmas seal on every ticket sold. A little negro boy noticed the, red seal on his pasteboard and went' back to the ticket window to ask what It was for. , "That's to help kill out consump tion,'1 explained the girl behind the window. The boy rolled his eyes thoughtfully and moved away. He was back in a moment nnd handed the cashier two more dimes. "Gimme two more tickets," he suid. "We all got It at home." BELEN J T1IS5 FUT,t STmtSttH TI 1 10 Misses Until and Salome Statcson are two of the group of pretty young woliien under the leadership of Miss Angelica llowden who have undertaken to collect Ked Cross tribute from every passenger that goes throup.h AlbiuUcriUo on the Culiforniu Limited before Christ mas day. The young; women appear on the station platform a few minutes be fore the train (omes in al tl o'clock every morning, decorated with Hed Cross badges atirl armed with Hed Cross stamps. Their wares have gone well and ipilekly, averaging over five hundred of the little stickers every day, the Wotnun's club committee in charge of the sale announces. JnmcH o'Dwyer of Jackson, Mich., 1st, the guest of Mr. and iMrs. Hugh Wet m ore. Frank Thome and (laughter, Miss Marjorie, of St. Paul, Minn., are the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 'Hecker, sr. C. L. Kaker Is In the Santa Fe hos pital at Clovis and may have to un dergo an operation. MisH Frieda Hecker spent the week end i" Albuquerque visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. I Jennings spent Saturday in Albuquerque shopping. .Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kaker announce the marriage of their sister, Miss Hosa T. Nealc of Florence, Ala., to Mr. O. F.mory Kirkland, also of Florence. Miss Neale spent the winter In Helen two years ago and made miiny friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland spent thelt honeymoon In Jacksonville, Fla. " Mrs. L. C. Hecker entertained the Hriflge cluh'Mondny afternoon. The prlsie, a Japanese nm kethood wus won by Mrs. J. H. Hecker, Jr. The Foreign Missionary society of the. Lutheran church met with Mrs. L. V. Hecker Wednesday afternoon, among Hie present were , Mesdames J. U. Hecker, sr., C. N. Wilsori, VMol- t it li, Dismukes, Uadeliffe, Zigler, Met. sie Kuderstine, and Dr. J. A. M Zei filer. The younger set had a dance at the Commercial club Tuesday evening. Those present were the Misses Ruth Tompkins, Wllln Mallow Helene lloff man, Louise Trehey, Lourene Severna, Prybread, Jessie Mallow, Messrs. W. M. Hecker, Harold Severns, Harry Krnnir!:, Milton ltlgnoy, Wilton David son, Hennie Hecker and Dewil Campbell. nESDUITE riflRY iminl lUhrtPiPUHBtMr i FROfl ..r n 17 VI A '11 Pnnwren jTXI J UUllll.J V A I ropTiic? UIIUIU M. Jus. tl. Fitch, Mrs. John Terry, Miss Dorothy Hill, Mrs. A. W. Kdelen, Mrs. I-eo Ivoewenstein. Mrs. Lydio Parvls, Mrs. 11. II. Kinney und Mrs. W. A. Krvln. F. L. Hammond of .Kelly and (la Car Hedman of Magdaleiia were in So. corro Wednesday. The Ladies' Aid society held a husii ness meeting in the church Tuesday ufternoon. Kvldenlly, someone has felt him self, or herself ralher. in need of fl lilllo finery perhaps there was fc wedding or u hall somewhere for what was tho dismay of AlrA.'M. K. I'U'kens and her sister Saturday even ing to find that four evening dresses and the material for tw-Q other dresses had limlT stolen' whirl they were a way. !. W. Wadsworth of Los Angeles, Cullf., who Is maklnfr n tour of the Hocky mountain district, gave a lec ture on temperance, Illustrate,) by Mereoptlcan slides, in the court house, Thursday. He said that public opin ion all over the I'nitcd States is be coming In favor of prohibition for the reasons of business efficiency nnd health as well as for moral advancement. Tho Kastern Stais met In the lodge reception room on Monday ufternoon. Mrs. K. H. Sweet and Mrs. P. C. An derson were the hostesses. 11. O. Hursuni has Just returned from a trip to El Paso; he expects soon to go out to his sheep ranches east of here. SILVER CITY J WINSLOW Thursday morning at St. Joseph's church in Wlnslow Miss Alta Kuthryn 1 i ii m 111 and William Milton Hogue were married by Hie Hev. Father Marx at 7 o'clock mass. The wed ding of these two young people came as a distinct surprise to their friends and although the engagement was known It was thought that the mar riage would not take place until some time In thn summer. Miss Margue rite Piunini, u cousin of the hri; stood us her maid of honor, while the With the marriage the past week of Miss Myrtle Ii. Dimmick. daughter of Mr. 1111,1 1 rs (' A lllmnielf in Tti1i.in . . ... ........M.n, j.t.T,,,,, I. SOot'lev .,. Miiti.mf l,i.L.l,-.nu I , ii, uunuirnn mail, Silver City sin lety was given a genuine surprise. Hecenlly the bride left for California for what was to have been h protracted sojourn, but the younB lady suddanlv returned, and Itev. Father Henry licit., rector of the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul per formed the ceremony at the Catholic rectory. Mr. and Mrs. Dimmick have taken a pretty bungalow on (.Jospel Hill - - Another marriage of Inst week was that of Miss Marian Klizaheth Cox, formerly of Silver City, to Harold Kd win Douglas, In Anaheim, Cal. The wedding was a quiet home affair at the home of a cousin of the bride, Mrs, Clarence Chamberluin, with whom Miss Cox had made her home for sev-! oral years. The bride was given in marriage by her father, W. S. Cox of thix city, one of the prominent mer- j chants of southwestern New Mexico, j .Mr. und Mrs. Douglas will live nti Anaheim. '1 he Silver City Woman's club will have another municipal Christmas tree this year for the kiddies of Silver City. The tree will be placed at the inter section of the two principal downtown streets, Instead of the ICIks' (heater, and the gifts will be made up entirely of useful articles instead bf toys and candy. The club women decided that food, clothing and like articles for per. sons needy would be more appropriate than presents. The tree will be bril liantly illumjnated with electric light, and the children will sing Christmas curols. The sale of Hed Cross Christ inn Seals promises to break all records tins holiday season in Silver City audi (Irani county. The school children are sidling tho seals and because of I the unbounded, prosperity now being cn.ioyid, both in this city nnd in the! nearby mining camps, the souls are I selling rapidly. This communitv Is vitally Interested in the buttle to stamp! oui me great wnite plague H1U Kn,.,. every penny spent is a bullet .'IIIMi 11 ul Mary had a little lamb, she hitched It to a cart, And in the cart she put some Seals, all ready to depart, All day she sold her Hed Cross Seals, to help the cause along; And having sold to a great success, went homeward with a song. O Daffy Down Dllly has come up to town In a fine petticoat and a green gown. She will purchase a gift for each of her friends. And put Hed -Cross Seals on all that she sends.' Cactus Corner, K Dear. Dolly: 1 was ever so ftlad to see hv li,t Sunday's paper that that awful m'nn that wrote such horrid thing, about everybody has gone away, and that ih isociety editor from now on Is a ladv Particularly I'm glad you don't smoke You know I heur that the four hnn died, or is it the forty, up there at the Duke City have been known to Uo it, but I'm sure they can't be real ladies. There was a wedding of two promi nent dallupeans, or would you 8aw Oallupera.'in your town last week i can't tell it to . you so well no V .itor mKn-that wrote it In th(airbuir- City News, so here is the clipping: .miss .viarK rarna gnu feter Mer vosh left Thursday morninc- fop in,',.' querqne, N. M where on that evening they became man and wife, Judge J Craig of that city uniting the two lives" Hoth young- people have resided in Gallup the past several years and have a large number of friends who wish them a supremely happy wedded life "The bride is the pleasant and womanly daughter of Mrs. John Stal ick, and will make an Ideal wife for the man of her choice. "The groom is a fine-looking young man and very popular with all of his associates. He is the owner of th9 Mint bar In this city. Mr. and Mrs Mervosh will return Sunday on No. 7 from a short honeymoon spent In Al buquerque and will be at home to their friends at the; beautiful home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stalick, on t'oul avenue." Wouldn't it make the municipal Christmas tree look like a centipede if we all hung our stockings onto it? I lhad to laugh when you started the first paragraph of the Socorro so ciety Hems with the tin can article lust week. Are you starting by tvlns the can to Socorro, or are you tying Socorro to the can? I'll let you know when there is any news at the Corners. Faithfully, MAKY MESQU1TK. Little Jack Horner stood on a corner Looking for something to buy, lurnea on nis neeis He And And bought Christmas Seals. said, "What a good boy am I." To market, to market, to buy a fat pig; Home again, home again, Jlggety-Jig'; Hack again, back aguln, right straightaway Forgot Hed Cross Seals, must have them today. Kvery Woman Should UeaI Tills. "When I feel out of sorts and there arc indications of a torpid liver, I take Chamberlain's Tablets and In a few days feel like a new woman," writes Mrs. James Fitzgerald, Batavia, N. Y. These tablets not only correct the dis orders of the liver, but Improve the appetite and strengthen the .digestion. Obtainable everywhere. lf-0(l!lt Hllil llllen.lu.l liv lii.lll-iai Drnmm. n brother of the' bride. Im- ! ' IosIh. the seals are readily pur mediately after fhe ceremony, which I"- S0C0RR0 J na prima donna Ht In l"iris, nlmi in !oudon, Nice, Lyons and Thuiiday afternoon Mrs. J. P. Chase entertained the member of the Fiiday Card club. Mrs A. X. llllnskj was awarded the prize for the highest score and Mrs. M. J. Helmtck that lor tha lowest score. The Saturday Hridge club has dis continued its meetings until after the holidays, the subject of Christmas presents being too absorbing. The Friday club met at the home of Mrs J. L. Nicholas. There will be a reading, "Dlcken'a Christmas Carol," accompanied ly stereopticnn views at the court house tomorrow evening, given by Mr. nnd Mrs Seward, who are traveling by au tomobile. Proceeds will be given to Miss Hanis' room at the school for the fund being collected for a vie troln. The Itev. W. A I'rvin is keeping ihe town guessing as to the particu lars of a wedding ceremony performed hv htm on Monday. The grippe had a number of peo ple In l(s clutche the latter part of last week. Arnonj the victims were was witnessed by members of the tamlly and a few Intimate friends, a Wedding breakfast was served a I the home of the bride. Mrs. Ljogue was attired In her traveling suit, Miss Mar. giierite Prumm also wore n suit. Mr. and Mrs. Hogue left on a morning train for Present t. where Mr. Hogue will lie connected with one of the local gu rages in that city. Word came to Wlnslow. Tuesday morning, of the death , of Mrs. Arthm Tanner, In Los Angeles. Calif., Mon day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tanner and small son, until two ears ago, were residents of Wtnslow. After Mr- Tanner's death in the Santa Fe hos pital In, Ixia Angeles, Mrs. Tanner went to Ixis' Angeles to make her home, where she contracted tubercu losis, nnd within three months she was a confirmed Invalid, the end came Monday evening. Her small son will be taken Ly friends until definite arrangements can be made. There was an old woman ho lived in a shoe. She had so many children alio didn't know what to do; As she couldn't buy each one a Christ mas toy, - . She stuck a Hed Cross Seal On each git 1 and boy. Xmai specials " tn camisoles and lir.-icrcH at the t'orxt Simp, !() South Fourth. based The Silver City chapter of the order of Kastern star' has elected officers for the ensuing year as follows: Mrs I Lorn C. Newell, worlhv matron- Mr. H. P. Hoone, associate matron; Mrs. F. L. Cox, conductress; Mrs. M. It. Chnpiti. associate, conductress; Wil liam Harris, worthy patron;' Miss Carrie l.infoot, treasurer, and W. II. Nfwcomb, secretary. The annual social event on Christ mas might, the Eastern Star ball, this year promises to eclipse al! former eenis ny iius order in brilliance, ifj mo tii.iiis now ucing made for it are any criterion. The ball will be held at! the Flks' theater and in addition to! dancing, a buffet luncheon will be served. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ceorpe I). MrCreary jr.. who each year give an elaborated .e icars party. Have issued Invita tions for a luncheon and dance be tween Hie hours of 4 and 6 the after noon of New Year's at tho Klks' theater. A most hearty welcome Is to be ac-' corded the Las Cruces Strollers here the cominp week, when a special com- panv win jouiner to Silver City and stage "The Mikado" nt the Klks' the ater. Directed by Mrs. Jacob A. Sweet, who played n professional role in the company of Ftitrie -heff Do Wolfe Hopper, the las Crucet company Is said to present the comic opera of Gilbert & Sullivan with splen. did results. A capacity house 9 HsuureJ. The Appropriateness of J ewelry, for Gifts HjpIFTS arc made to commemorate happy events iinu occasions. A gift is a symbol of Love, Happiness, I-riendship, Respect and Good Will nil of (which are qualities of mind or-thono-lit. iThese qualities endure forever if nurtured i cherished and (guarded. ' 1 . i' r In making a gift one should endeavor to we, ne n cvmk-il or embodiment of the tlurnHits entertain Mi uns nrt.ViV tl.nt endures sometliinfj that ' may be kept and cherished as a memento of a liappv occasion nr event The Following Suggestions Are Appropriate At the Season Diamond Rings at $5, $15, $25, to $500 Matinee Kings Wedding Rings Engagement Rings Rings, Brooches and LavaUieres in Platinum Diamond Cuff Links Scarf Pins Waldcmar Chains Gents' Watches ' . Bracelet Watches Sterling Silver Toilet Sets Manicure Sets - j French Ivory ScU Sandwich Plates , Suit and Pepper Sets Fruit and Niit Bowls Sets of Knives and Forks 'Five-piece Tea Sets Cut Class and China Ait,i-n.r.-nr1 r-U.-. . i . tun (i 1 1. ft i tri 't jr i ' it is easy to do marked m plain figures and at the lowest price goods of merit can be sold for. Whenever possible, shoo in the, nioruine: more time, better service. ! rSTD. 1883 m'f'fiJ 'I 1 1 rnoxE G05 As RELIABLE MATCHMAKERS & JEWELERS 107 W. CENTRAL AVE. 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