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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE,. N, M., SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916.
I'tM'iii, ''I'Iiik Hay." The fnllowniK verses. I . ,tfil liy 11 maul ft IcihI ki nil hililirn. ami n..i heretnfnre till;- In tl. ar .iiim.iI he Mltlren's I . n run In i iiiinertiim Willi Ihl'lr Hnll V rdlTTriHIellHl. yi.AH DAY. A new lifliini'r mea In nur rlty tmlav, A banner Just iii-wl) unfurled. Hut Ihe mcssaga It Lrlnf ill Us Mil ii rid white wlnxs, Ik ii nlil us t lie ilnwn of (lie wurlil. J")nl lli liillnXH I lim ImntiiT ni I'lniiiiK: "A baby lives here" In tin sunn. To his rsem-e HIM1 heed; T iko Hucuiint uf Ilia neiil; Muku rlshl fur htm u II Hint Ik wtuhk l'rom the tltiHii of the wmld lo tlie lan of tutluy Man h"p' In 11 huhy hns luin; For thu kiiiiI mi HiK lues Ik the 1:011 1 nf the rati Th run nil ilurMies inn Infinite ain. We hull theo-Indiiy, -I lie babes nf our rily, V. I'm lhat vvrillnK nl S o'clock In tin IhkIi Mi lioul it ml it - i i: iti ivlll InM a inutH iik'IImu to winch eveiy I t t ric-i- .ml oK.iliir ih ln.it'd. lh" jiroul.iln Will .Mill. I. in I He li.iiil.i id ili men, Hti.i tit. milliters ih w:'.t i ii ti in itnn. li. u Ion M s bit c the fmtiet", will do with tins proitrnm. I'Mrtltlnn him left llio chip of the Illlilren to I In- iiiollici no 'oiiiili icly, Inn nt IiihI the fnhirs arc iiwiiki-nitiK t their own rrsiioiiKlliiliv in i lie mutter, m will lie tdloun In the uililress of N W. Iteniiimc. whose sulijert In "The Wolk tf 'he . M. t". A. in Thin Aluvinneiii . or lluw Die Yoiihk Men mid father May In Their l:ttly l iven Advul TIhk lreat Mnvemeiil." Ir. Hermiiun will exlnln "The t'li e. t of llitliy Week." lion. Framis M. Wood, "Vhnl I-nws nthVr t'oiiu- II leu Have Moll' III i inter to Have mi l rrolctt the liable unil Their Molh ers." Thl'rsilny the Woinetl'il lit lief t'or or.llu il. A. H. will have churKe of th" lit'oKntni for the duy. Klldiiy Ih 'School liny," HRaln III chnrue of thu Woman's chili. Suit- nd i.leilHc then our faith to the end' i able pr"Krains have lieeu .uraiiKeil In Wherever they need With th ouii lit and with deed, Thy utternioHt klnR'Inin tlelend! Ily Mry Milla Went. To almost every street utid ulloy In the city eommilteei from the Wom an's club went Hum iimrninn .with the pennants and message of cheer n l liiBtruLtlun. Krom nioit pitliitiul home and hliriiblcMt nilobtt theue pen until are to lie Mown each dny of Habv Week, which end Friday everilim wNlh a clinrmiriK chlldren'a play. "The Theft of ThlBtiedown," under the di rection of .Mi. K. I.. Krntirord, ho well known through her aucccaa with chil tlien'n plnya In Ilia city. With each pennant went a leaflet ItlvitiR- almpln Inatructlon and hliiti on the proper cure of liulilen, piirlieu litrly durum the nummcr iiioiiiIik, mid th Ik ineHKune: "The Albu'iucrijuc Womun'K , lul preKenta you with Ihla pennant ami nkM you to UlHplay it in your window In honor of your baby. All home wher lialilea wi re bom an I renlKlere.l durlntt tho year !i.'. will receive : pennant to ahow that we ui ihuiUiu.: and workliiK for ihu well, i of tlx liahlea." the uradi'K. In the even.im ut 'lue hluh bcIi. ml auditorium the children from the different Hchoolw will present two Hhort pluva. "The Theft ur Thistle. down," a deliKhtful ihlldien's play luiuiHlied hy the l.adle-' Homo Jour mil, and "Thu Kalry I'lclure Hook," written by une if AUnKiuerque own litcr.iiy women, whose numo Is not yet iliscloaed. A Kiimll admission will be chui'Ked to help defray the tx peiises of the Huby Week cumpalKn. Free medical clinics will lie held ut thv Woman's club on March . w. 1 a and II. from v to II a. m., each day, and on Friday talks will lie Blven to mothers. IiiIpmiiIhIi and In Knu IihIi. These nieetliiKH Will he in ( Inn of competent nutHcj Und phy .bin iih. -O- MllMMlit' 1llll I S HIT. Tlie dance of the .Masonic club, at the MitHouic temple I'cbriiary :n. was the la i Kent this oritanlxatloii ever has held. There weru more tlutii 121 couples attending. T:u Musoiiic temple hall room was Uecoiatcd beautifully with streamers, puloiK and Kliulax for thu occuHion uud the entrant's hall was made a ,1-1 liable bow or of spruiK with stream Tin lor. F 1! Trlmljle. Nelson Iten nlliK. W. H I'aiiiioiiy, fliiKiiil A. MnbliH V: I. Ilakiiis. W. II. I K X I Kurlon. William bitehill, V.. A Shall. W. M. M.iywnld. Aln e M I'a KHti, tiim M. Aaron, Dmma K. Ilot ton. Kdwnrd Wlund. F. VI. Keekwllll. K. T Wilkinson, P. It. Anderst n. I., i . Anderson; Misses l-ucy Hindu, ,Mi'c lleckwilh, Hrown; Uev. C. T. Tayinv, lit-v. I., ti. Vermillion. Tho pennants or flaws ar' nttrncliv. nr and smlla littlu banners of white and blue uii'i the cloKan "Helter Itablea." Hunday is set aside as "I 'hildreh'a Holiday," and Is In ( harm- of the ln",tl Y. W. C. A. Chero wl'l b special services in th" churches ol the city mid tliu ministers will preach on kuh lerts pertainlnkT to chllil welfare. ' The citify of the i lly huve entered heitit liy upon Ibis wofs so woilliv of I be churches' support. In thu alternooa the V. V. ('. A. ami the Cniversity will combiue forces in the vesper sviv In1, at Kodey hull. Monday Is "Literature lny," In bui'Ke of the I'arent -Teachers' asso. lati.Ti. and literature bearlnic upon Infaiit welfare will be ilintribiited tlirouifta, the coiuiiitiriliy with tho aid of tin' tyhool childruii. Tu.sdiry, "I'rphan's Day," Is In the hands f the Tuenday clali. whti'e committees will visit th oiphunaitc ami oilier place where wolk Is done for homelcus chlliiren, el''ir by iln health department or hy ruivate oi Kaiilxallons. The IikIIsh of Ihu club assisted by tlnir frleiulf, will see, I liome-made cookies, fruits, hooks m'l toys to the children. Anyone wishing to doi.ate to this worthy cause should telephone to Mrs. A. It. Mc.Mille or Mrs. .lames Horner, who ih In harae of eollcetliil! the thinus lo he sent, or leave, them at the Woman's club or with .Mrs. M. K. 111. key Wednesday. March d. . "Falhsr's lu." in chatKe of ihu IikuI Y. M voiii' l:i ut i- is lo lie n Mir- I I KK. (lOOll MllKil' im An Mm- Mi-Hi in, a t::::ty Crch:drin tit kit vtnir fpt't wit lr it'n Snii!t Oiir-Mli fiH, hniiilji I'diU'uIh unil I in a ni a Willi if H. CS3STER , Crchsstra 'll.i. K. ri.AllliK. Mm-. :110 N. l.'ltli I'lltilir 1 l!W liery txtra dance was a "leap year anair. I no lailies iicihk iciiuiieu to , lioos their partners. Punch w served in the hull. The dance was ureal siiii'ss. Il was for thu Ms- sons and I heir friends. It is possible thai the iiflalr may he duplicate! Mar. h IT, but this 1 Hot yut usiire.l. O II Kappa lplia llaiHU-1. lino of the l.rllllaiit events of trie kMur In thu lircr-k world was the ban ipot of thu M Kappa Alpha Irater ntly, of the rniveinlty. lit the Alt- r.obi la.l iiialit. The baniiuet wua held in 'lie Taft room und was lol lowed b .lain liiB, Svve.ity-i-lx frit lets und their !aiius attended Joseph .Mi n mm was louHtmasier and the followlim tousts werv is hlionded to: History of Fraternity Ijturonc.i I.ee. Value of Alumni to Active I hapier i ll.irlei l.einbke. I'leilues l.eo Murphy. Taost to I'hl Kuppa Alphu l.ouis lleyseldell. ToaM to l.udles ,ol doll i.lr-at. - o - lllrtliiliiy Suririst'. Thy birthday, my friend. Is a monument stone That marks thy way up the hill of life und Truth: May tho end of tho Journey to war the M il inn of the sun Find Ihy heurt-striiiKH attuned lu Ihu sonilH id thy uiuh. A liiipny thought created a moid eiitoyable affair on Tuesday allcriio in If. in 'J to 4 o'clock, when the ladies of the First llaptisl church uurprlm"! Mi I.. . Anderson of ;nu North Kdith street, lbs ocuslon heliiK the thiiteeinh birthday of Mrs. Ainlcrs.ni. us February has 'only been around thirteen ti s since she saw tM happy old wol Id The Anderson caslle whs cuinplelel . "stormed" by womsn laden with r fi. i.dlili'liU meet for Hie Buds. A Iniely vase of red und while i ul lu lu. lit surrounded by green siiuUv v.w plio ed upon the center talde, and i birthday cuke with the thirteen citn die t.hnti In Its klory. No pi.ismm hud been planned, bin Mrs I;. Wolf ii live t luirncterlstii reiidliiK. the Itev. ('. T. Taylor an I the Itr I.. i. V ermillion, who "hap pened'' to be there, kuve approprliiu brief addresses Mr. Anderson re sponileil with words of nppiecliitioii lor the expression of loe from be! friends. After an hour of social Joy a atans.i of "lllest lie the Tie That Hinds' was oiiiiic mi't K'v, Vet million led In prayer. i Those present wire: MciiIuiucm I' jw'olf. J A. Hammond. N. II Kimbr.i, Funnlc A Foiinbv, Id. race HtronB J. W. Ilreen, I'. W. l.oliKfelloW, i'. T- I'.naai(itiierii Annoiincetl. This iifteruoon. .Saturday, March 4. to a number of friends, Mr. and Mr T. J. J'.issmore iiullotinced the , j ,,,... mi, ilnuKhter, Amy. lo Mr. Wesley H. Hurt of I'oUbIiiS Aiiroiin. Tho marrliiHe w.ll tnku oiaiiv Ii llio rsrly hiuiiik. O-- AlbaiiiTiic Women Honored. Three Important ofllee of the 'o i greKatlonal Woinan'a HulTrane t'nloii were ttlvcn ta Albiiiueniue women t the mass meelliia; held In Hanla Fe on the '-'Mil. Mrs. Joshiin Itaytioliln was elected presldc-it of the Kind' orsnlilzai loll ; Mrs. Marinel Medler, secretary, and Mrs. A. H. MoMHIen, treasurer. Mis Iioris Hteens. vhtiirmnn of he f'on kressliiiuil I'lilon for Woman's Stif rinte, addressed the Kantti Fc inset Inn, nnd stirred up ittilte a h't of in IhUHlasm an she did In this city when she spoke here last Haturday. fjuiio a nuin bur of Alhuiiuumuc women at tended the Hanla Fe meetiim. O Woman's club Kbvtlon. l:iectlon of i, tin rs by the Aibu-! iiieriiie Woman's club ycstenlay re . suited In 'he follow. in choices tit i the different posts: I'nsideiit, Mrs. John V. Wilson: I first vice president Mrs. Felix l'nra: I second vice president. Mrs. Havld K. IJoycl. ret ordina seen lary, Mrs. J. r. ' Itoblnsoii; iorrcHponditi4 secretary. ' Mrs. t'harles T. Kirk, treavurer. Mis. j Fyrn II. Ives: assistant treasurer, Mrs. I. J. Hchlck: a minor. Mrs. Mar K'iret Medler; hllorlan. Mrs. C. F.. l.owber: critic, Mrs. A. II. Hlroup: custodlun. Mrs. .1. M. I inol.ttle; press reporter. Mrs. I'liarlen May. O - MoIIkts r.nlertnlncil. The l-alies' ilu.ld of St. .lohh's jtavo an infornii'il afternoon Ian Hutorduv in the mothers of the Ku'iclay school. The onterTalnmeiu waa held in tin; tluild hall, arc! n musical pioir.-nn ' tl a readilla ly Miss Dorolhv Mc Allister, and a short talk by Mr. K. 11 Hammond on the I'hlllppines. fol lowed by dellKhlful ref rexhments served by the youim adles of HI. Mar Hirel' tiuild mnde up the nf fl'Tloon. Q l.niK-limn for Miss I'ollis'k. Mrs. Pmlthers was a chnrnilni? hostesM nn Tuesday at 1 o'cliv k lunch eon in honor of Miss I.uclle I'olln. k. dniiahter of Fedtrul Jude Pollock. The lusehnon wa served in Tnft hall, eosers oeinv laid for rixteen aiiests. Wcddlnir Ammnni cinciiis. Ibautlful (iiiiU Mere .iclviil this week by the fi lends of MI 'S Irene F.irr, w ith the lHllusv iiiR annuulicc mint: It. nnd. Mis. Wllllsm Matlock Fnrr aiinoiincs Hie tuurrlsKe of their iliiiiKhter t'onhtsiu i lr. no to Mr. liar old Fmmelt lliiier, Saln-diiy, Fehru siy nlbetoun, piiii'.een hundred mid sixteen, Ht. John's church, AlhU(Ucr tins, N. M.1 At home after March first llrniil'. V. M. -t I'rlmary tlusse l.tiieriuliH'tl. Mrs. 1 1 ti u 1 1 A. t'oiiper. who has cliiii'tin of ilm pi unary diip.irlme'it of the l'ren'.jyterian rtundiiy school, a s.slcd hy the pi unary teacheis, ante tho cb.ldren of the primary depart ment a most d.ulo.'lil I ul alteriioui, vn lerliiinna I hem hi tit church parlors Tho little tots were an inspiration to nil who snw th. in. in their enihus lasm for the gauo s which we e plan ned r r them, Th" oftermon came to nn iippfi prui.'e en 1 with l"'s of lie cream and caKe. TiHtulnj- Lliernry l litb. The rluD met Tuesd.iy aflernooii with Mrs Jaiiiis Horner on Norih Kleventh street. The subject for the day was one of suif aae an I I'lime very fltllllKly upon heels of the meetins; In Haptu Fe, Inst v. bk, and the talk Riven hy Miss lorls levelis. chairman of the f'onkTpssicinnl rnion for Woman's PuffrnKc, at the home of Mrs. Mux Nordhuus on futurdny .iflortioon. The civic portion of th p'tiKriiin on "What Hn Wmnan's Vols Accomplished?" was very ably Id hy Mrs. t'rlsiy, anil was enthus. luwtloully dtr'tissi'd hv the cliih. Th" lilerart proaram coiisitied ol "Ciir t in I Kvents,' Mrs. N'ordhaus: 'Husnn II. Anthony," Mrs. Mtroup: "Pr. Anna Howniil Hliaw." Mrs. .lohiiion. Tins was fullowd ly a iliscusslo'i of next enr work mid appoint ment of eonimitteej on the work for huby week. Mr. HarrlHoii lrnla- l,M'al Talent. Those who hBM heard Mr. lwls Mehmi's voice within (he post year wit', probably not lie surprls' d at the praise Klven by Mr. t'has. W. Harri son, the celrbraltd tetlor, who waa here laid week under the annplce of Ills Murlc dull. Mr. M'hiin. who Is Hlni.."t totally blind, and who hu hal to learn miisic uud word b sound and by word of mouth rntlier I lia n by sight, .tus nracd to have Mi'. Ilurr. Kon's ' pi ii inn and rrltlclirn, nf ter the concert on Wednesday even lilt and Mr. Harrison was nf the opinion Unit Mr. M. bsn has time, liiallty and expression nnd with iralubiK iii:' mukn a voire or much rnnite and abmiy. Mr. M. bun's frlendu were most uellKhlod with the aini-ere prnise Mr. Ilaruson Raw to this d'Mcrvlnir voiii: man. Hack to llio J stud. A '). ib conies on A 1 It't.i in r u ' seems pi'snesseil of a "bark to tho I Hid" spirit, nnd folks ure mitfiatiiiii; to lalu b"". Mr, and. Mis. l.en l.eei 1 have started the movement, -"! in a dellahtful r i m il in the i i lie n - water road between Dura tie and I.os lirlegoa. Ir. F. F.. Tull also has the fever ar.d Is to move lo a ranch be yond riuranes. Tho Venables will irn lo a ranch on North Fourth street, and olherj who have the same "bee" will move later in the spring. t-xiiicnilila." Anyone w ho failed to see "Kalnerul- da." as presented at the hluh school auditorium lust nialit by thw nenior class of that Institution, missed an excellent opportunity to spend an evenlna enjoyably, The production was one or the best to which Atbu Miieriiue audiences have been treoted of late years nnd the rrowfl of about lino who saw It applauded heartily und ul frxiucnl intervals. The most surpiisliiR thliiR about thu Play waa the forceful and efteetivt way In which iho boys and Klrls handlsd the dramatic' climax. It is bard lor an amateur of any iiru to de lineate a siren emotional role so thit there Is nothliiK of tin awkward ut m conxruou in evidence, yet that Is what was done list nluht. The play bore the evidence of care ful coHchiiiK. It wax smooth In ac tion, and even when, by m 'stake, one of the characters sat on on of th artists' luetics, the stiiRe business went foiwar.i evenly In spit of thj luus.ii from (he audience. special scenery added In mil lo Ilia (CuntlniMNl m latt Ttrro.) MASQUERADE BALL. At the f't.lom'io hall, llaroh 7. I'os Itlvcly the last and the .best nf the sea son, fix beautiful prlr.es Klven for the best costumes. Music by ths fiooster I'nion live-piece orchestra. A i;ood time assured nil. TTJT ' nla ii i limy "yap i 7 mi But, Oh, How Quickly He'll Grow Up, and his financial needs will grow as fast or (aster than his weight. No matter if he's a day, a week, a month, a year, or five years old Today is the Day to Start a Bank Account for Your Baby in our Savings Dcpaitmentv With interest compounded quarterly, a very small REGULAR DEPOSIT soon mounts into an imposing num. It may easily be made enough for your son's college course or to insure your daughter's comfort, WITHOUT ANY HARDSHIP ON YOU. ADEQUATE PROVISION FOR THE FUTURE IS A DUTY YOU OWE THE BABY. ATTEND TO THAT DUTY DURING BABY WEEK. Tlie American Trust & Savings Bank TDuni::s dady week With Every Purchase Made for Zxby, we will give a Kalamazoo Papricloth We want you to know our thorough equipment for con serving: Baby's health and safety. lit nd ooid Th Alv:rcd) Ffc:rc::7 phone 12 A Complete Assortment of Practical and Desirable Articles FOR EAEYS WEAR Infants' Complete Outfits Comprising Slips. Petticoats, Oowiu, Sacques, Bootees Bibs and Bonnzts. Priced from $9.75 to 520.50 1 0000j00kn0000m00k000 r"m" -y siamasaa aaaf sTWsy'js.aa..sfas.W.a a m afc m -rl" I1"1 "fJ,VVinriJniXrLrUJXA INFANTS' LONG NAINSOOK SLIPS 1Z 35 cents to $5.00 WMSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS "GOOD BOY'' and "GOOD GIRL" TURKISH BIBS SPECIAL AT 10 cents INFANT'S EMBROIDERED CASHMERE SACQUES US! 69 cents to $3.50 WASHABLE WATERPROOF BABY PANTS NAINSOOK AND SILK COVERED 35c and 50c "TINY TOT" Vests and Bands in cotfcn, cotton and wool, silk and wool and all silk. A vest for in lants as good as the Rubens for less money, Priced from . . 35 cents to $1.25 A complete line of the RUBEN3 SHIRTS in all qualities. INFANTS' FLANNELETTE SACQUES Priced at. . . . 25c, 35c and 45c INFANTS' WHITE Outing Gowns Daintily finished with pink and blue embroidery. Special at 50c SHOES M BABY We carry an elegant and very complete assortment of Shoes and Moccasins for the baby, in black and white, pink and blue kid; also in patent leather with white and colored kid toppings. SIZES 0 to 4. Also a complete line of Hard Sole Shoes for the larger children. THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY