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THE EVENING nERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, IT. M., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1914.
JUST REC EIVED
A shipment of the lntcM styles In Mounts nnd Folder. We arc now
In l.i tt. r shape lli.in ever In turn out blah lni.it up-to-date work.
Your pan imiifit will 1. 1 .i -pro l.li J and v-ry effort rnal lu please
We r nl Kcxl.ik. curry a complete Hum of Amnti ur Bui'lilli-a, mid
give i nr. fill n n.l prompt ailenllon Kodak finishing.
S6c Gray Studios
. Albuquerque V
Sit rt t-tiiml Aee.
RULING, SPECIAL FOJRMS OF ALL KINDS.
ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
203-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 440
Lemps Fahtaff and Draught Beers are the
choicest products of the brewer's art
A trial will convince you.
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
II IMkEN' tTT GLASS
II M I'llVTI Ii III M A
l KOI IX ( I.IH kS
MM IIA;, yahch. i;v.
Anli'ltn worth iii l .vim irli now
tut til-play In tmr Vt-t Window. Vuur
Hurtii? iIiIk sale will make sub
stantial reduction im rvrrj lliltig In
IU7 WiM Contra! Ate.
DUKE CITY CLEANERS
g'e rlimi bats, mrn and h
anrti'i rl"t'iff, ru, curtains,
drapcrtcrt, i.:, Sgii VVrat tiuM.
PlMiM 4 la.
Promptness Our Motto
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
Sit WlT UAD.
ItMMM dair ur ajlik STt.
FAMILY LIQUOR HOUSE
('. A. (.ItXMlK. ITi.p.
K.i au iil for hau l'lru l.lnie and
Oiit-of-lown orilcnt .rinil)r fllli-d
I uriili-hiH lliHUii. ,y wii'k ur luuulli
iu t-ar llnr,
SU3 S. UKOAUWAY.
I Kl I-liii-n l alirlc MalltnuTf ,
wonli 35! ponuil. H"'-"! Mon
day and Tumlay
17IIUAMS CHUG CO.
207 V7est Central
(AjUVATCHMAKtPO S JCWEltRS
r K57 W CENTRAL AVE A
DONT FAIL TO SEE
Wright's Trading Post
3rd and Gold Ave, One of the show places
of the city. Largest Collection of GEN
UINE Indian and Mexican Handicraft.
NAVAJO RUGS AND CURIOS
Sit Ma FraiMtsco.
iiui:ad ami tiiio hoy
urn ttrrful frlendK. Kvcry hcullhy
l.ny liki'R pU-nly of guud, miurlolilng
Ur. .ill. nml 11 U the l)i-t thing h can
mi in t fur hla (tnnmrh, hla liloo.l,
l.tinu unit hruMn. For ihlldr.n grow
hi rim chIiiik our miit'-lilroa llrcad,
uliirh Ix imtdu of the bent flour, apoc
inlly imllt'd so ua to rt tuln at tue brat
niilrliiita of the wlaiit. No lilghur
Ih.iu iioorcr llrtaJ.
P!0 IIEER BAKERY
07 fhxilb Flrat fit.
For Men, Women and
Children and the best that
money can buy.
25c, 35c and 50c.
35c, 50c and $1.00
$2.00 for a box of
Guaranteed for six
AH Hose Guaranteed for
Six Months by the Box.
I aV " . 'I'M I ' i M
111 . tweood. Jit W. Gold.
"A ROYAL SLAVE"
I "ill Hi In I In- Wonderful twrlm
ir iiw - i f.nti m:s
or K TIILYX."
lookivo roil Tiioiiii.i:"
H and A Const-dy.
Pictures Changed Every Day
KUIIKCAKT- New Mvslrn To
nlnlit and Saturday generally fair,
cxirpt probably rain or vnov In
nortliMent portion; colder In
outheaat portion tonight.
A Lllfy 1' V. Uy U K Weather f..r
i houra ending at I (hla morning:
Warmeit, M degrvva.
At M. 42.
ooiithwest wIihIh: purtly rloudy;
.07 Inch precipitation.
, Tiling IHHng Ton lg h.
Order of Eimtern Mtur meeta at
Il.irmonv Lodge, Odd Kelluwa,
meeta at 7:30.
Meeting of Commerrlnl club dl
reciorR, Mooae i-onimltteea and
real e.lrtte men at Comnierclul
club at B o'clock.
You've ltH-n Tln-ro.
TIIK UK la havoc In the houne
hold when the atoveplpe
fill In; there la turmoil In
the kitchen and aoot upon
th walla: there la coal-antoke In
the bathroom and roul dual In the
hull and there aure la taome
thing) popping when the alove
pipe fall: Kalher auhl he'd IIX it
and wir It to the walla liul'a too
lute for Idle mourning when the
alove pipe falla; he promised that
he'd do the Jon full many mnona
ago, hut It'a lallen down nlrrady
twice and filled the house with
hot: the pulling amoke la choking
and (ho pipe' too hot to hold, the
toc's too hot to aland on unit
thj tti ludder'a been etolu:
there a carbon In the chicken
aoup and oot upon the bread;
there'a aoot In atreaka all under
foot and Hoot all overhead; thia
product of combua'ton la Bineared
acroMa the ruga. It flout nroiind
the dnilnu room in olia and hunka
and aliign: the freBh-ahed
apreiida are apei kled and the tnble
clolh la p. 'lied anil the cook'a
aiern face i freckled and her tem
per badly roiled: Mother In a
lirnny and Kalher'B In a atale and
Biipper'a vvy likely t he Breral
houiB late; ou can't turn off the
damper and you can't aev tlirouah
the amoke; the twlna are loudly
crying and the bahy "bout to
choke: Oh' lite haa many trouble
and Btorm and grief and Biualla.
hut there' nothing like the ruc
tion when Ihe atove pipe falls.
paper, call v
POSTAL TELEGRAPH V
court NX. PHONB tl.
Mr. Albert J. Foater. of lloiton.
la a gueal at the Alvarado hotel.
Mr. and Mra 1 E. 1HI! of Albion.
Ind.. are gucU ut the roinba hotel.
A. C. lenaca of Lag Vegaa. la in
the city today.
C II. Kelhey of 7.unl la apendlng a
few daya In Alhunuerque.
IC. H. Meyera of Tuc.on. ho wa
culled here by the death of hla moth
er, lert InBt Mght for hla home.
Attorney A. U. Htroup left luat
niahl for Pluealer on a bualnena
Un M. Iiannlger and Mr. Tharlet
utiiigi-r of F.aat I jib Vega, are la
Itor In Albuquentue toda.
J. Furr left this morning for
northern New Mexico on a buainese
A. J. Frunk nnd M. L. rVhutt left
thia morning f..r Algodone. where
they will peud Ihe day.
Judge II. F. Reynold Ib in Hocorn
today where lie I hearing a ditch
tomcat raae for Judge M. 1. Mei hem
who la attending court In lllllaboro.
Mr. PS. M. t'leghorn of Mountuln-
IU.IMNU AMI 1'lil.HhlNU
Of LADILS' and UKNTLKU fcN'll
reiser Hro.H Props,
tit 8. Hncond HC. Phone 4 HO.
"We Clean 'Em Clean."
Clouds Called (or and Delivered.
"Tiik su inrn ir'
"TIIK II till OK TIIV
t:TH nt-: r.NoK"
1 ,11 111 ll I oniedy.
l-..r Miii.lsy. ivii. Jl "A
IM.HT Mill A MII.IIIIN,"-
ariMT Tlircv. I tvl Olrrn
FOR A TAXI
GALL Dl r.lAURO
air, N. M. arrived In Albuquerque
luat night and la a guest at the Blur
The ludleg of 8t. John's guild and
Hector's aid will gve a lea tomor
row afternoon at the home of Mrs
M. T. Venn, 1023 West Central avenue
The anle of seats for the Klka show,
"Heven Oaya.' open tomorrow morn
ing at I o'clock at Mataon'a. lie In
line early. Every seat In the house
Harmony lodge No. 1, 1. O. O. P..
will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight In
I. o. ii. P. hall. A:: members are
reuueited to attend.
Cadet Ituth Hester of the Bu'""
lion Army, arrived here yeateruey
from Moulder, Colo., ot Join the lo
I. M. A. t.lenau. former atate Insur
ance commissioner and now In Ihe
life insurance business, arrived from
Santa Fe luat night.
Itev. Thomas llurwood left this
morning for Hanta Fe nnd other
points in the northern part of the
The hale of seals for the F.Iks show,
"Seven lays.'' open tomorrow morn
ing at S o'clock at Mataon's. De In
line early. livery seat In the he use
C. M. Young, who managed the
recent automobile show, left last
nliiht for hla home at Phoenix, Arls.
He expect to return to Albuquerque
in the near fnt'ire.
Henry Troat, of the firm of Trost
and Trost. architects of F.I I'uso. i
in the city today on business with
the local representative, George P.
The sale of seals for the F.Iks show,
"Heven Hays.'' opens tomorrow morn
ing at o'clock at Mataon's. De In
line early. F.very seal In the house
Mr. snd Mra. J. M. Hurtle;' have
returned from a visit to their aon.
I.. J. Hartley, of Oakland. ru. Mr.
Hartley I In charge of the Hum ft Fe
pumpinT siailiin at liorsey. N 51.
I'rnf. Kuril Mead and wife of
j.s Wirup sre In the city to attend
tonight's basket bull games. Profes
sor Mead is superintendent of the
Las Vcrii public schools.
Ir. Volnev 8. Cheyney. of Wlllsrd.
arrlwd last night from Madrid
here he u siiending the winter as
suraeun for the Albuquerque and
Crrlllii i'al company.
Kilward Fugle, assistant to Ihe
president of the Hanta Fe. passed
through Albuquerque this morning.
arriving from the south. Tie Is
traveling In Mr. nipley's private far.
A regular meeting of Adah chap
ter No. 0, order of the F.ustern Blur,
will be held tonight at 7:30 In Ma
sonic Temple. A musical program
will follow the business meeting.
William M. Tipton and wife of Los
Angeles, who have been In Albuquer
que for several days, left this morn
ing for Hunt Fe to visit friends. Mr.
Tipton has mudo his home In New
Mexico for many years while in the
J. o. Wei born of Fort Bumner. left
this morning tor Ucrnalillo, where he
will buy sew-ral cars of elandoval
county cattle. Mr. Wclborn has
shipped about twenty cars of cattle
iroin Uallup and vicinity during the
last few weeks.
1- K. Katurfield, Socialist lectur
er, delivered a wry Impressive ad
dress luat mitht before an audience
of ttotlullat and othera which crowd
ed the assembly hall of Ihe Woman's
club to It cspaclty. Mr. Katterfleld
la an Interesting snd forceful speak
er and held hla audience In close si
lent ion throughout.
Chronic OmatliMMloa Cured.
"1 had been troubled with chronic
constipation for two ears and tried
h'I the best physicians In Bristol,
Tciin.. and they could do nothing for
me. Two packages of Chamberlain's
Tablet cured me," writes Titos. E.
Williams, of Middleburo. ity. For
sale by all diugglsls.
"Papa." asked James, "wouldn't
you be glad If I saved a dollar for
Certainly, my son." aald paps, so
delighted at Una evidence' of budding
business ability that be handed the
)oiilh a dime.
"Well. I saved It. all right." said
James, disappearing. "You aald If
I brought a good report from my
teai her you would give me dollur;
but I didn t." Ladies' Home Journal
I OK sAI F
' Clark -Jewell i.m FUngr t
guaranteed good a lirw ( i tM-ap,
I . liana JoIiiimiu, iiIioim IMi.
Of SOUTH FIRST
Several Revolvers and Watches
Stolen from Khan Store, by
Thief Who Had a Key.
A thief evidently aupplied with a
key. opened a dlsplny case stnndln In
front of the higgled Kahn general
Merchandise store at IV North First
strcettearly last night and stole three
revolvers, four watches. pair of Held
glasses and several other articles. Mr.
Kahn nnd his clerks were busy In Ihe
tore during the early evening and did
not discover the robbery until closing
time, when they went to bring In the
case. The missing articles were listed
with the police thia morning.
Thoughtful Thief Hangs Over
coat on Viaduct With Nate
Indicating Its Ownership.
The last of the loot from Ihe recent
robbery of the Graham tailoring
establishment, on Mouth Second street,
wss recovered last night when offi
cer Tony Oiiavara found hanging on
the Coal avenue viaduct an overcoat
belonging to Hoy Mi lon;ild, cashier
of the State National bank. Pinned
to the coat waa the following note:
"This coat belongs to Tony lilnsai.
He la In Jail. Alfonso Itodrigues."
In view of the fact that Ihe police
knew of lllassl detention, and also
were Informed as to the ownership of
the cont, (he note contained little In
formation, but the oltt.ers ure now
qquite anxious to know who "Alfonso
llodrlguex" may be. The name Al
fonso haa come up freuently In Chief
Mc.Millin'a Investigation 0f (he rob
bery am! he believes the man had to
do with taking the clothing and cloth
pieces from the (Irnhsm shop. Mr.
Urahani, at the station thia morning,
expressed himself as very fortunale In
recovering all of Ihe goods, which
total a considerable value.
STORY OF "LAVENDER
AND OLD LACE" FOUND
IN EVERY HOME
For Its sura. lion on r.iturday
night the Elks' theater will present
a biand new play, a riramatlxatlnn of
Myrtle lleed'a widely read stor,
"Lavender snd Old Lace,"
The story of Miss Iteed Is to be
found In nearly every home and oc
cupies a position of honor on every
book-shelf devoted to American fic
tion. It Is an old-fashtonnd love
story of New England and a long
at men and women work and love. Its
character will have their appeal.
It la said that tile dramatist. Oavid
O. Fischer, ha taken very few ln
erties with the text snd Inat the
thousands who love the tale for It
quaint setting and restful atmosphere
will be agreeably surprised unit
pleased by the stage Version and the
studious hook-lover. The I'nfted
Play company lias been to great pains
to select it competent cast and In give
the play a correct and effective set
ting. Sarah Padden who has visited
here as the star of "Kindling" and
"The Third Ucgrce" will have the
Trcrii Apple. Pea. Ii, Pear. Plum,
prlcol. Onlin e. CImttv. Client nut.
Walnut. Hickory Nut, Pit an.
Vine .rsM-, Currant, Oowbcrr).
All from Stark's NurTy. Prbcw
low. Mold In any amount, one ur
morn. F. W. l'KK.
BELLE MAXWELL CAIN
POPI I.Alt PI WOUM.IKT Al
V. W. V A. IH'NINUSS OllllJ'
CI. I II.
Pit KM! YTI.lt I A f III llf II
11:15. ivbruary Sa, lU.
Admlwlon SIW-. Tl' kelw at Mal-on's
For Parcel and fiaggsg Delivery
Sunday snd night calls. Phone Jt
Albuquerque parcel Di llvcr.
A. IL liar.
8t III I II. Kit A III. Hl
Piano Moving gild Household
floods alvrn special attention.
If est storage house in etlty. oillce
and sales stable
! Wew4 roppor Ate.
O. II. CO writ M. 1. D. o.
I treat all curable disease. Office
tiers- Dldg. Pnoo.es lit gad til.
Pboo tit "1 Weal Coutrai
UOTAL DTK WOllsU
E. LER0Y Y0TT
a.'...!.. aT'lit .., tfl.t.a-
It's just like 14 finding money" when you buy STYLE
PLUS CLOTHES $17.00 you get the equal of the best
$20 to $25 suit or overcoat you ever saw.
You don't have to take our say so come in and prove
it yourself. (1)1 I K I
Our new Spring Styles are now ready for you a "look"
is worth $3 to $8 in cash to you. If you take "two
looks" and buy both suit and overcoat you'll be $0 to
$16 better off in real money.
(Incorporated) " I i
The Holm- of llarl Ni-tiarTiirr M Mors v
J JJJ 1 'anion Clot Ik.
Crescent Hardware Co.
STOVE S AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumps
318 West Central Avenue
New Mexico-Colorado Lumber Co.
Wholesale Lumber. Mixed Cars a Specialty
Native Pine and Coast Products.
A. H. HEYN. Manager.
PIKK.IIAM roil I'UIM
Two-lltui (Vi1or) CoiiM'dy.
Sutirr of Wonian's KIkIUs. A Klp-lloariiig, ISiilc.Npllttiiig I'an-e J
"ALMOST A WHITE HOPE"
"SOME DOINGS and -HAROLD'S BURGLAR"
(tVjMBl) hplit ( OUHNly.
72s itV, t
; lClean-Up Sale of Shoes
Our great semi-annual Clearance Sale is now oa. You
profit, we lose.
All the footwear in our store has been reduced. Some
prices cut one-fifth, some one-third, some a half. All
are our regular reliable shoes.
Wj don't put in any "Made-to-Order Bargains". If we
did, we could make a nice profit out of our Clearance
Sale. But after the most successful six months' busi
ness in our experience we are satisfied to take a loss
and clean up the shelves for Spring Shoes.
NOTE THESE CUTS! HOW CAN YOU STAY AWAY?
SH0E3 FOR MEN.
$5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50
CUT To $100 3.60 3.20 54.80 2.40 2.00
SHOES FOR WOMEN.
$4.5) 4.00 3.50 3.00 2J0 2.00
CUT To $3X0 3:20 2780 2.40 2.00 L60
5 T SHOES FOR
$3 00 2.50
CUT To $2.40 2.00
fcalMactliui In l:ery lliupcrt.
JOIIM 111 ItiloTH
The fu'H-nlliic lMH-orator.
Sdl l.rw bt Ate. phone 1 10SJ
V AM STCUIY.
BOYS AND GIRLS
2 00 1.50 1.25
1.C0 1.20 1.00
C. T. FRENCn
1:M II Al. Ml. II.
Idy Awd ant
" ntth and teeitral.
rtacma pay and Mgl.t, 6M.
rUtlIa . m l CMir i
Tt-i. 1174. P. . Itox IK 7. I
Eeai the EXHALD Erery Day