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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, 77. M WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914.
AMUSEMENTS it Everywoman it One of W oriel's Greatest Tenors in "Evening of Song" Here Next Sunday Splendidly Presented 1 foil? fRn (Gi? H fill . J n J LJ 1L v7 J3 --Vvof" I C R HAM fe v-: ' jjPjS, Its use a protection and a . Panama Canal Zone to Be Made Great Game Preserve, Go e thai' s Plan Gatun lake's 120 Square Miles Paradise foi Myriads of Birds; Deer, Tapir and Alli gators Becoming More and More Numerous in Jungles of Isthmus. SANITATION STILL VEXING PROBLEM ( Mj-lalcd Pre rurrraiximli'mv. I'tinnm.i, Feb. Iv The 1-01111114 II K Anthony tt nil ilonrgc Hrc. n v ii'iiiifi ni.ilitm of ihe American Ainu cum tit Natural lilntory ill No Vela III lllllll game in I In- iMIIIIIMII jlllllilll with caimm Hiiil K u li hrtnae l n- .; Colonel i i., I ha!' umliltiun union .l tu make Ihu canul mini- u turn . arij a.itc huiin tor Ixaat und fwi ni will na ii gateway l,ir miiiiit't v. While tti bar ill he let down for Me pie, i in party nitd probuoly nil v. mi. like Cnluiii I llooacvelt, may cyme u "1. niii.il iiuturnliata. ' Colonel ;i,fl!"iiis Kill nri i.iii strictly an 'he xotie llmi civil mivcrnor what h .m n- aialcd upon during Inn cimim-ei nw i.rk Hint the. chii.iI m.'i.f MD nil t'i game lircacrv e. ( So atri. l! have hi order Iimd fol lowed during the I""-' few . earn wlilniit .M u guo been l.inr 1 . n th lathmua except In certain i ' open ii'.inji.rf h ml dcaplto the end powdcf mu4C tlf'Vhe tiiiKl hi. latin, wiul fowl mill lathminn game i' uil kind have greatly increaacd, k .1 nviiu well that they arv jimi ti ally ..ifu fruiii iiK.likiiiiKin. It ik prlia'i ticl the muacum ini-M vt ill find . y- m I H hot better ap cimcna iIihii wool. I .i.ie been mihkiIi' loloie. h r.iial diiigtis begun woik heir. li.uuii Inge, w Inch covets un nrea now of inurp thnu l.'H iiiMir mllin. I ih iurulii Inr liallirn-il iiamr nf all kin. I. Tiny are ciiiiiiiik tu t lie- lake in un-.it ii ii Ixt m anil tin Ii ni'iimin i-i' ihi- l.alhrriil tril' InrriiiMO. Muni oi thi.ni hlrda urn altnutrd l I lie t.Kh with which Ihv lakr la III led. TIih klitiri-a anil Dual Inn IHnli't nil lli lake linniiil In liliiv and while liprmi, th Utter he Inn th oil tl fiutii wlm li Ih i.tilainml lh tiis.llliful am rciie mm tmrred trom the I'ihuiI Milieu liy the new t.illT ait. Then then- are blur end while crane, mr- iiioruiila. in'Ucniia and aticral picii ol Die mil family. An odd feature ia Urn n i l in arrival of a number uf wild duck. They arc beltlllllli to conic In hit Ini reakiiK number. mil In the Jungle there are many deer add Ihu number la on the In--reimi in fcplte ff thr fm- ttiat the) atlll are being, hunted. They are nut ,cl mi he tilling lint. T.ll'lr, nr (ureat ciitllo an th nuilvna full ihe.n. alnn art nunieroua and are becomlna unite tume. It tin been noted within the I it Ml f.-w week thai the wild rat la iiImo ,m the Increute. Then there are rei.orted to he many nllliniore tn lialun luke and the t'butrea and other Mnalli-r rlvera. With the di'iiMrtailon of the tone, which i well under way, there will be ei en It-aa hunting and llMliltiat than there In now. Wild fowl and game will he umllHliirbed and iTnbiibly will make of the lethmua i peimanent home and haven. "Making- hulh enda meet," la Pol i ni I lioetbala' pretrnl roblem, iiiuf. what oa It wua when he came to dig ( The Secret of ' A Masterpiece in color by C Allen Gilbert the well known artist , We will uht tn all kwrn oi COUkAUD'l OtlfWTAl CUT AM, m n(i i Ml liUrt t-it(iMtl iMtiifitnv fuliil 1 tic Kn rrt c4 Hiiy( ' tu iMiitrl lno 1 1 a ii im lir. It H'et-twitil irtliM-uMi ih hitfhlir oMrd mirr t cmr it Ihe kiiI fiiturr Mr. at1lrri iw nr-t tir auti ls ttusrmt hy ativ rtitinl uuitlrr tklttrh lvU(l ifrvrii liammif. ftrtttl ItV Itl aiMtiilM lt trt-r-ff wttiit'iiiif ami ptamtuur. Ac nrr Lrtiittirul yuu will laliiKHIv r,rtl wnth Utri'Htniv ntid c.ikiular tul but! u a vutaMTv) auuutva lu uui Gouraud's Oriental Cream M It riiriTiea, la-uutiOe anil nrraervea the fckln. Rrllrveg H l.lciiiilir, ami e,ivca that clear, M-urly white complexion II go nun It ailtmrt.il. It i liittiiif nm-t,'rvay ifriratan V that no' .islu the U'i ati.l protect it from the dig 2 aurrcalile wvather ol alt aroNout. Z FERD. T. HOPKINS V. SON, 37 CREAT JONES ST. "Hi-Dri" tile tnnul, but It now onrerna ltnel( with llicolne and outgo llmlcail lit blinking; the two oi'eana timeiber. There are only Ki.niMl.iiitu left of tha funda Biiroirlaled for eonalructlnn uf the rnniil, and while thla may a 'ur a liberal au in for the linlalilii touchig, lolonel tloethala bellevet than an era of fur reaching economy Kill impure keeinim within h!n allow ance, lie la determined that the T. fllilllMill ghall In 1.1 until the canul l flnnlly opened for commercial uae. Notn Ithatundlng that many economic! have already been ."t Into prcllci. Including a great reduction of bnlh the executle and lubontig furiea, vx pendlturea generally mimt be atlll further rut down to make the at prii ptlailon l.il. A.lilly tlely ahlp Hull leilkea the lathmiiN for the I'nlteil .State ig c:T rylng big men and great who huve laid down their ehow-l. Their work on the ranul la flniKhed, und they mnrt i'i k other eniilo mi nt. In gome l atanre they hope to return u tn ployea of the permanent operating force, hut that ors.inUatlon la in guch an embryunlo atate that none can know with what aucceaa he will meet. Il la probable thai many will reek Inter to Irana.'er the acine of their operutlona from the troidea to the froaen north If the government gnea ahead with the Aln'kan railway pro ject. Hanltutlon of the lethmua Ig olao again looming up aa one of the prob lem of the canul. While not ao acute k It M IJii,nF,lhl91 Ifrly yenraol ciiiixiruiihiti, if i iihW tin inil'.irifiiii mailer by reaaon of the great extent of (latun lake formed by the cloglng of the aplllKay at iluiun ilum. fiatun lake at the K1-fooi level nl which It la proponed tn maintain thla portion of Hie great Canal, hug cov eted an area of a Utile mure than 12" riiare mllea uf Jungle. Aa lie wateia rime here waa b.i. ked up In many out of the way place much waitr that Ih more or leaa atuiinant. .Some of thla la already beli'K oiled by the aanitary d.ilKion but much or It la In laolated placea und ihrhiuli of acieaa The oiling anuiula will hnve to he kept nt the work uiilt timtel v mid tin will make annltatlnn one of the im portant funrttong of' the permanent government of the canul mine. Tn Hid In the work It Ih hoped to acquire a five mile atrip around that portion of liatun hike not within the border of the gone. Preparation for the electrification of the Panama railroad ucroa the Ivthmua of I'unnma practically will h,. completed early thia apring when the high tenainn iiiMtiiliuiloti la flniah- il. Already there have been erected many of the track apim bri,l. which will carry ihe power ucroa the iMhmu. it la planned In manufacture at the flertrlral power plant at 11 tun iiboul T.ftOO hnrae power which will be dla trlhuted to all the polnta along the lathir.ua for light and power purpoaea. Much of thla will be Irnnamllted to Ihe permanent hendiiiuriera town ol Ha I ha o at the PuciMc entrance tu the (anal where the large navy and other repair ahopg will he locnted. It la not Ihe Intention of the gov ernment tn Immediately undertake the complete electrification of the railroad for Ihe reaaon that nt prc'tMit there la no knowing the amount nl liaftlo the road will rarty acroa the iathmug after the opening of the canal, r'hould till prove to be aufllcienlly XXE Beauty FREE $ uuiaty or ttcsi. NEW YORK CITY m i i iy-T-.q w Tie averts ti pMia, Saves Work and Worry large in warrant tho egpetiae of mak itiK the change thn railway will alto gether eeaae to be a at earn road. In anticipation of thia poralhlllty the truck apnn bridge are lielng i reeled and are wide enough to per mit the cnriMl ruction of n two trma road from I'anama to t'oloii. 0 fi GRAY 111 LOOKYQUHG.PRETTY Sngr Ten ami Knlplmr Hai ki n mi Nitliirully thai Nolaiily an It'll, AlmoNt everyone know that .-t.ixe Ten und Sulph ir, properly ompoiiml ed, til'lllga liiiek the natiiriil i Mini an. I dialer In the hair when f uleil. atreiiked or iruy; nlao emla ilumll uff. Itching acnlp and atopx fall ug hair. Year ago ihe only way to get thi mixture waa to make it mi h"lni , w hich U inn!. miiiI troiihli Home. 'owudaa, by linking ul nny ilrn : atore for "Wyeth'a Sage and hdilphur flair Itemed),'' you will get il Inrue hot tie ol thla fumoiia old recipe for about Ml cent. Iton't atay gray! Try It? No one enn pnaelhly tell that you darkened fiur hair, iin It doea il an naturally and tivenly. You dampen a aponge or aoft bruah with it und draw thia through your hair, taking one miiiiII airand a. a time; by morning the gray hair dkauppeaiH, and after mint her ap plication or two, your hair becomce uunuttfully dark. Urn k und gloaay. ! ELKS' PROMISES TO BE Plenty of Comedy Included in "Seven Day' to Be Staged by Albuquerque Lodge ou February 24th. A Kipping, flouring. I '.lot one ' la the description of "Seven the ulinuul Klka play in be Tuti-tuv. I'ebruur i'4th. In Farce' Hays" given Klka theater under the aw-plcea of Alhtiqueniu lodge Vo. HI. und for which final reheuraali" are now bi'lnvr held. The play thla year la to bo home taleiu throughout, even the di rector being; home man. I'rnnk . Ijinham ia directing thla year'a phiv and la. an id In have the heat etforla of any former K.Ik how dlrertor harked entirely off the Itourd. ,'8ev en Iuya" la pure farce. Iiulinlln every haat of funny Inialneaa from the alapatlck up nntl duwa mid It la wild by thoae who have aern Ihe r- hearaula that It ig u literal arream. The Klka thla year have fig'd the rnlranre money ut a dollar a throw which will admit lu any part of the hotiae. Tlcketg go on Bale at Mai aon'a Kalurday, the !1t. Motordrome Feature of Varsity Show The motordrome, which attracted ao much attention during laat fair week, la to lie duplicated Mix! Hat urday afternoon and evening by Ihe Vmalty atiulenta ut their aiinuul Waahlngtnn'a birthdny fete. Thia Ig hut one of the many feat urea w hich will .10 to muke the fete one of the beat entertainment alunta ever alag ed In Alhuiiiicrijiie. The I'bl Mil anrorlly hna been hard nt work rollectlng the Inteat apei I mena of eublat and fiiturlat arhoola of art. and will preaent one of Ihe moat romplete art go I lor leg to lie found weal of Ihe Mlaaiaaippt river. Thia art gallery la of apeclul Import ance, on account of Ha value from an educational viewpoint. The fne th' yenr will he held In the nld Kcoiiomlat building. Watch for further annouiiceinenta. Wii'kt Yon mar (ueaaj you don't It now what. wlerrei bul tillEl PLAY RIPPING i 4 I n.ri paddicv, ; 1 'Kindlings' Star in 'Lavender and Old Lace Sarah Padden to Reappear in Albuquerque in Quaint and Delightful Production Sat urday Night. Sarah Padden la no alranger in A I luiiierUe. Hhe will be well remem bered as the heroine in "Kindling." the unuaual product ion aci n hen- laat araaon. She la coming ag-iin Hulur tlay nlghl In "laivcnder and nld l.uce," a quuint and .relty Htage rtoiy, where he t.ikia the part of an up. io-date New York girl. Kiirah Padden has had a noat inti renting rareer. h'he ia a n.itive of t'hicaao hat ing been hot n in Ihe late ,-lxhltc In the region which ahe Ir.ittrfly do icrihea aa "buck of the jrarda." Aa a pupil In the parol hi. il eh1Mil eonneci ed with Itev. Kr. M.mrtce J. Uorney'a parlali ahe ftn t iitti.o'ted gome ntti-n-lion by her elo. utlonnry work. Through Father liorney'a Intereat and ciicoiiragemeiit i-hr waa en.ihleil to take apeclat liiHtru. n.-n along thi line. It waa hIho hrouh ihe erforia of ihe gooil prieat thai h obtMiued her fit', engagement, a hum r part with HI Kklmier'a fompany. -'ho waa uliowed to underatudy Laura Hope I'rewa and, becaiiae of the illiie-H of Mix t'n a. loiiveu int played the leadlnu ro'e for aome week 1 New Yi-i cngHgemcnt of Huel." The :nIowlug aeaaon Mlaa Padden fotir.d niployinent with Henry II. llama and with lli i.roilu - 'ion of "'The Third Degree oecime underktudy for Helen Wure In the role of "Annie Jt l!o 1 ' , W'm n Miaa rVara left the caul for a new play Miaa Padden aui ' eiled tn the role and played It at mole then aeven hundred IH-rformuncea. I..iat aeuaon ahe waa the air of t'hiii'ia Klein plar "Kindling." tt The Toy Shop it at Crystal on Friday "The Toy Hhup." the entertaitiit g little playlet given here once before will be repeated Kn-lny afternoon at 4 at the t'ryatitl theater under direc tion of Mra. K. I., l'.iadlord and una 'pice ol hi. John church. Follow- ling "The Toy niiop" the adult pupil I of Ut. Johu'a rtiinilay achool will git a aecoiid part. "Ill 1 'Id Hweethearl,' , with Ihe follow ing dial; Jtnchelor Howard Ful'.ertoii j l.illle tllrl I.oulae Treftenhurg : Hiding Oiil .Nuniiit Louden Bummer tllrl IWothy hafford Nurao Adelulde Milelil Winter Ulr Traua'tre llarlman College Dill .'. .1 . . Jeaele Craig Actraaa , Marjorte Htowell Automublle filrl luile laiwber atoctety tllrl Olive Thomas bride Isabel Walker Mrs. Anna Channel Gunnel Gives Rare Enjoyment to Large Audience in Elks' Theater. ne of the moat flniNbed artlallc production A louiiieriiu'- m, ever had waa the reading of Waller llrowna "Kvert womun" In Klka" thi .iter laat night by Mr. Anna t'happell liuniiell .iHiiHleil by Mr. Ada llarhlaon Kim- her. Mr. Helen t'arlton Mnrah and Mia. 1'iirrle Munaon Hrook. under the auapicea of thai Hunt a Ke rending room. There waa an unuaually large iilteniliim e of Santa Ke employe und their wive und frienda, mid when the door were opened to the general pub. lit; the theater waa llternlly packed. Mra. tlunneU'a litierprel.it ion of the modern morality play enn tie called nothing leaa than perfect. He. voice, her evident trulrilng and hr aplendld Hinge preaence nil It-mi thetiiaclvea aplendldly tn the lending role, but her urt waa ahown In her Inftiint imaalng from charm-tor to chnractir, without healtittlon nnil without the lenat con fuaion In the iniiulH of her audience, even when ahe did not halt her read ing to txplnln the text und atage Bet ting Kven the mnaculnie rule were Hplendblly done, eHpitially In the nailing of the .Nobody line. Without a ecrup of acenery, und with only u very Hiniill pan or Ih" t'hadwlck mu ic which 111 compaiiiea the play, It reiiilred little effort on the purl of her iiudlimce to aupply the eolorful atage Helling und th.l- intereating ac tion of the complete production. Mra. Hiinnt'il a work waa a very rare treat, and one which waa enhance'd by the Hinging or Mra. Kim'-cr, whoae voh-e Ih benullfiil mid beuutlfully tmlnt'd. und of Mra. Marah, who win forced tu reHpond to freitienl en core. "Paying the Price" at Opera House Tonight "Pnlng the Price." I the attrac tion ut the Klka' theater t. night, and It cornea herulded a one of the aen sntloliiil play of the eeiumn. Thla play deal with th "night life of New York" In n manner that la vhhII;' Intereat tng, hut not offen- alve. The principal t'.aracter are of i f . ; I In "Paying; IIk Price'." the "Taat Set" and the reaping of the hurt-eat tell a morial In a pecu liar manner without any attempt at preaching. The comedy la very troiiu. good for a laugh a minutu and the Intrlcuto and pathetic ro mance that unravel Haeir I one of the moat natural events that hna ev er been drumutlxed. This uluy la nn innovation among the pluy of thla ch.-iriicler and ia of the new school of iiamn. which ha been occupying the .mention of metropolitan audience. Il tella Ihe atorv or a pretty country girl who goea to New York city to earn her living aa u aenmatrraa. The Traffic" Draws Crowd at Orpheum "The Traffic" pulled a large hotiae In hi night at the Oiplieum theater, when the bud weather la considered, und Ihe matinee this afternoon wua another aiiccvaaf u performance. The play will be repented tonight. It la a strong story of life in the under world. exiMiaing Ihe viclouneaa of Ihe reel lilting avHieni and the dunger tn which Innocent young girl are ex poaed In lurge cltlea. Ague lliirlon, an orphan girl, I the heroine and a powerful moral leaauu la drawn from her experlencea. MASQUERADE SKATING CARNIVAL POSTPONED Tho ni?ao,uerad skating carnival, which was tn have beet) held tomor row night in Ihe Klka roller rink, tua been poatponeil until Friday nlghl owing to the fact that Ihe Knlghla of Pythiaa celebration occurs tomorrow tight in Hi hall. V r ' ' I ! . . - -" I J - i ... . i ; i , - . . ' ' -y' ; . ; -. ' ..;... . - .-'' ; V " '' LFX)X CclcbratrU X w Yolk Tenor. WImi t .lhiiiiit'ro,iii Albuquernue mua!r lovers have been greatly Intereated In the announce ment that Leon nice, the celebrated .New York tenor, haa been vngngd to give "An Keening Kong" ot the Klrat i. B. churih next Hiindny night, llu will iilko sing ut Ihe morning acrvtcc. Mr. Klce enjoy a reputation th n ia international I'i Its scoie aa one ol America's gretteat tenor He hna lor aeverul yenr been tenor aololat of the choir nt Trinity chapel tTrin Ity Church corpoiMlonl New Yolk City, one of the llneat c!:urch posi tions In the inetropolla. Mure than S.tiim concert engagementa have been tilled by Mr. Kite In the Culled State. Caiiudti and Kurope, und everywhere he hna appeared the preaa haa ac corded him the moat extruvugant pralae for Ilia aplendld voice mid utllatlc ainglbg. He iaa aludied Willi aome of the moat noted Instructor here mid ubrond. and hi nppenrnnce In AllitliUfrille will be nwuileil tvlllt genuine Intereat. Jenie Caoar-Itlce. who la alan an art lal of International npiiiation. will pieaide ut the piano, and un evening ol rare enjoyiiieni la pruinled all whn are fortunate enough to all' ml. The l-omlon Free Prea aaya: "No more enjoyable treat hna iieen pro vided for Ihe miMc lovera of London ln aome time than the recital of l-oli Itlce. He aung twenty aonga, eio li u gem, and swayed hia nudi- ln e at will.' Wonder wImtc: hut Wit-kl Yon mitt encas you don't know Mliul. Phnna . Rea Darn. Ill W. ropper for flrat-clnas hacks and carriages. W. U Trimble Co. 000g000000 ELKS' THEATER TUESDAY, FEB. 24th The Annual Elks' Play A ItlPPIMi. ItOWIIMi ItlOltll M KMM I -COMr lV t'lliliT the InJrct'tkMI aT AMU ijl t.mn K I.OIM.K tit B. P. 0. E. hi:T o h u.r. M ATM IX". AT Katuribiy IVbruary SIL Prices l all over the house. SEVEN DAYS KICK, " pearw at I'lrwl MetlimlM Clmnii In Nct Kiiinla). ELKS' THEATER SATURDAY, FEB. 21st Annual Tour Sarah Padden In the Best of All Book Plays ' LAVENDER AND LACE" MYRTLE REED Tour direction of United Play Co., Inc. Prices 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50 Seats on sale at Matson's Book Store February 19 ELKS' THEATRE c:;e night only VEDfiESDaY.FEB The sensational Comedy Drama of New York Night Life "Paying the Price" By Will and Burk A play everyone should see. Teaches a great m-or. al lesson, but not offen sive. PRICES 50c, 75c $1.00 00 By