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THE EVENTNO HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, 17. II.. SATURDAY, MAHCII 7, 1914.
Crescent Hardware Co.
STOVE S AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
Marsh Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pnmps
318 West Central Avenue PIIONE 315
RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS.
ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON
PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS.
20S-210 West Gold Avenue Phone 440
Letnp's Falstaff and Draught Beers are the
choicest products of the brewer's art.
A trial will convince you.
A HI l iBIWIMMmB'lUBBBB
SPECIAL ON SATURDAY. 14
Be xlmll make
titi-lii mlu I r'-
ilui lii. n on iMery watch tn mir
Kir. 'Mil- reilinllon Hill apply
! nil Mir illflireiit nnilii. WaU J
ilium. I lulu. Howard. Damp, j
lc ii. 1 1 liiii il, Hint in... hII ti-Hcr.
ll Willi ln. I Hit- stork I. Imil
largo lui tin- llnii' or Br mill
III- lll-MOIIIIf hi- li:ill I.MIII
o M l' Mill enable you j
Inn n wan-It Hi hIhiiii fm tori 11M. 1
lake iii.ii or lilts. Our
can lie. uri' priced in ihii ig.
iihs Hiul 1 1 it- iliaiiniiti - niTcr
will bo n ri'liirn o mm
ol; i V. s T 1CI V. f
Mill tiM.V r
'WATCHMAKERS & JtWtlCRS
r I07W CFNTRtL AVf
.11 n i 1 1 ii.
WiH t iiiirHl vc.
DUKE CITY CLEANERS
Vl clrgu Ivala, men and M
ipm' rlot'Hiig, rugs. curta.li.,
draM-rlcs, -tc. till Wee rild
I'll.. lip 44a.
Promptness Our Motto
FUNERAL DIRECT Of B AND
Ill MlT UCAB.
Wiiiat. tlF ur Bilia, 7a.
FAMILY LIOL'OIt HOUSE
. A. I. II VMM:, l-riiii.
Koi aiin(a for Kan 'inlru l.iuic and
liut-nf-lown orliT irimily lilleil.
I 'urnir.lHHl IUhimi Oy w k or nuulu
fin car line,
OS N. into 1 WAY.
ENVELOPES FOR 45c
WORTH $2.00 4 ,
iviiLO onus co.
207 Wet Centni
i DONT FAIL TO SEE
Wright's Trading Post
3rd and Gold Ave, One of the ihow placet
of the city. Larpest Collection of GEN
VINE Indian and Mexican Handicraft.
NAVAJO RUGS AtlD CURIOS
Albuquerque,, New Hex.
PURE ICE CREAM
X .311 E. Central Phone 507
For Parrel and Baggage Delivery.
Sumlny anil night call. Thons 911
Albuqurrvuo Ircel Delivery.
A. B. uaoa.
AUtrgiTiHrr.' n: uiu
fr )ihm. Mnkcw all kliula T
in lion Males, onieo lliMtm II. Ar
inijii Building. Corner Third street
anil Ciniral Avenue.
hill I i I I Jt ltl.l II
Piano Moving and Household
Hood it Iv in special attention.
lu si storage hnuse In oily. Oltlc
uii J hhIoi (labile
2I Win! Copper Ai
PAPF.Il I UMilM;
Sall-iucilon In Every ltrvt.
J(ill 111 ItllOTII
Tln Kt'lPinllM liisiiramr.
Sill 1 wl Am: I'Imuio Mt.J
C. T. FRENCH
KMUAI Ml It.
l-aly Aa tlx ant.
ruth ami iitrl.
T'hotwi IHty anir Wft t, IH,
c. ii. ro'i:rc m. ii. n. o.
I treat all curnbla tliiraM-a. Offlra
B'.rrp Blu. lh nr ttl and It.
THERE'Sl A RUN
on our llri ud M) the prrm n( lime
the pul.Uc la In ining to find put Ita
aupi'i i.irlty In 'Jmtie, flavor and jitilrl
Hp qiiuliiiri. )t in pure In all Ita !n-ieill-iita
and 'rr.oKt nrprlming In Unite
to old and yuuinf, rjet It coat lha cm
Kuincr no rnur,. (tnui other brand. A'e
re licnt on nl In aMtiefai'tion and
a ar going to Im ii-un our tiulmw
ty doing II, t k
w wuliivi at. a
iMii.i.v or Till", imimi:"
(Vooiul of Hie Mary Fuller
-nuiiiihe or HVrm.EEV'
Two-lbi'l Yltitradi Drama.
TESTED nv FIIIE"
Pictures Changed Every Day
Foil KC AST TonlBht fair ami
rilL'hily unrmiT. f-umliy fair.
AUU'gt'KllcjrB Wrnthrr fr
lllr i'4 lie. urn ilulili nt K oYlork
thin iiioinins :
At h. sr..
Northwint winilw; clour.
Tlliitt l)onu ToiiIkIH.
lnirri oil gl.ilf ili'lmlr; I'nlvor
Hv K. Atiiriilnir.il lolligiv
Klrl I'rcolivi. ri.m chnn h, S
fi'rli.i k. Free lo th- liu'.illr.
il. K. Wiirri'n pimt, O. A. rt . 1-1
Hi. in h Thiril airret, 7:3l. to ar-riinm-
fur enirrtulnincnt of n.ni
inaiul.r In chlrf.
i 11 rnthPr 1 n Coulil Hp.
I If 1 run not hi- an Ar;
For n Coulil Hp I a May Ip.
With u t liiincp of lout ItiiiK lii"
I'd rathrr hp n llan pppn
Tlmn a Might lliip Itppn liV f.fr:
For Mlshl IIP la n Haun t Iti-on
Tint n Han ttu onrp an Arp.
Aim. un Arc I I wad Am: '
A W;i wiih h II of th. nr;
So I'd rlhi r Iip a H.m Itppn
Than h flann'ti If ou ppa-."
TO hi" 11 "R I ti E R8
It you (all to get your avtning
4 papar, call
4 POSTAL. TEI.KORAPH
a r(Mift ST PHONE It.
Fee'a candy afore. Thine good nut
curami'lN, IrcBli today
.liuncM Ftilwi came down from Ber
nnlillo laHt night to apend the day.
If von can't UHe a Navajo l.lunkef
youraelf. wlrp aonie friend in the
eiml. " it lni.ly lan't iitTold to puaa
un entirely the wonderful .Mivur
l.iunket tuile now III i.rogrexa nt John
I i.p I'liilLr'a. A.V Homeone WHO
Pantnln Freii Fornoff arrived lnal
nlnht from Hunia Fe and will upend
iceral day here.
JiiiIkp M. P. Mechem left thla morn-
ilia f..r hia home at Bochitu iiiti
Hpendina Kcvcrul dnya in Ar.nniuerite
Phurlea F. Wllmin. the well known
It. in..r fire iiiHurunce udiiiHter, la III
the city today.
It will never enmp ngain nn op-
portunitv to buy Navajo nmnKcm in
prliea like thoHP In Hip John
i -lark., aule. Auk aome one
l-riniileiit r.corpe A. Kaaemnn o?
the Pommercliil club left thi morning
for n brief huitlneaa trip to Polorado.
Pol. W. H. Hopewell l.i spending
feral d.iya ut hi KU-rra county cal-
Una Miilholland of flnllup l at-
teniliiig to bUKlncK matter In Albu-
Himi.n Neuatadt. the well known
ta l.unaa uicrchunt, la In th city
John 1-ee Clarke picked up the big
g.nt liar ii ii 1 11 of hi life the other il.
Thut'a why he tan aell the trnwl de
Hinilile klnde of Navajo blmikela ut
uch rldiiiiloimly low prcea Ak
aonie on who known.
Frank K. Andrew, of ISanln I"e, la
looking aft'T bualtiea inuitera heta
, CI. I.ogan. depuiy rniinly clerk
of Valencia county, la In th city to-
rherlff William P. Kendall of Hlerrfl
county, leit for hi home at llillehnro
Una niorning after aprndlng a day In
J. Porter June of 8nU Fe. w
in the city yeaterday afternoon leav
ing laid night for F.I Pao whence
he will go to Fort Worth. Tex. lo
ntlind the meeting of the Texa Pal-
CLEJl!! U? F03 SFECIB
IVrfM't Work oat Naiajo Itiif
cu.AMNo Asn rr.KHWxo
Ilk M. KraiMMl Ml. PIhmmi 41 M.
i -on ihki.wd sKir
Tliti-e-llc1 Warner I'ealure.
(I ''at Mi-Inn tiene I. sootier.)
M. anil A. Wcicrn Comedy.
FOR A TAXI
GALL Dl F.1AUR0
ntiK.it i nut M-Mivt
"The Opal Rinf
(Imp) Tuo-ilii'l lrania.
lor) fif mrlril mywlorjr llh
a iMinrrfnl lino ploi.
(Joker) Owned r.
vry lici 'nrliil Fvoiila
of llio ral WfOk.
He Orowera' aaaoclatlnn, whih eon
vi'lo a lh. ro on Hip 10th.
Ncurly cvervbnilV In Albtrnuerqu
know a aoineliody who w ould buy a
Navnjo blankei for half Ita real
worth. The opportunity la now at
the John l.ee I'lurke aule. Aak amne
one who know.
Mr. and Mr. A. J. Strayer of El
Paao who have been vIMitna Albu
(iieriUe and Santa Fa during the
week, left tnta morning for their
home. Mr. Strayer represent the
National Paah Iteglaler company In
(CoiUlnuoil fro) Page On.)
and the ufTuir Yiiui been arranged aa
a farewell imrty. and wua rendered
very mu, h giuer by th glad new
that the guim of honor u ill remain
In thl city.
An Impromptu mualcal program
waa prepared. tieverM.1 of the num
ber were minii In coatume and the
at cm ry wa iuil vivid.
Mr Oeoia,. I'.verltt fcang "The De
mon King Am ." wearing in appro-
priae cinMiimp decorated with I'ny
eleitrlc I u Ii' a. and atandliig. appur
enlly, oul in a very black night
through whli h the lightning flushed
rreiiienil in ilaxxling aigiag alreak.
Mr. t hi iii. in., garbed In a hand-
aoine toreador outfit. .mk the I ore
ador Hong ' In.m Partnen'' in a moat
dramatic manner and completed hia
number by nkiUftilly killing a toy
Mra. y. I.. Bradford and Mr. Phria-
tlan aaiig iin- duet from the "Hone
man tilil.' ilreaaed In proper coa-
t ii in., uiul -i ling out the part with
great tiiatrionic abil'IV.
Mr Myei won great applaua with
hia ren.litn.li of "That Sweet Italian
Wnlii." He appeured a an organ
grimier, (nitying a xinull hand-organ
on whn h pen lied a inoiikc) or waa
it a cat'' and aang Ine aong through
with a iiiaiol and t plcal Italian an
The nn. I,. niiiirlet sung several
numliers, Mrs. Harden playvd a ae
lei i ion on the i.iaijo, and there were
delightful aoloa by Mil. K. I. Brad
ford and Mra. Pharle Andrew.
A delii loua eiipper waa aerved
about midnight and the gueata de
purled all dei taring that they had
had an eiilliel pit-aeunt and unusual
ly eiiJoai.e etciilug.
Thoae picM-nt were: Mr. and Mr
Hugo Mer. Mr. and Mrs. Pharle An
drew. Mr. and Mr. K. K. Harden
Mr .and Mis. Felix Baca. Mr. and
Mr. Hum Vann. Mr. and Mrs. E. U
Bradford. Msa Fclyn Kventt, Mr.
1 honoia Phrlaiuia aud Mr. H. Bui
tOMIItT UOMMV MfiHT
l Pltlll l l Kl' 4'IU IM'II
A number of Albu4Ur.ue'g moat
popuiHr mitifiina will glva roncrrt
In Hip Flmt Prinltprinti iliurrh
Miimlav nlvhl. wliiih proinlp a
miiHl rnjiiyalilp pvinlna: for luvrra of
tooil iiiimlr. Th pmaram will nptln
at A n'rlm k anil la na follow:
MhIp ijuHrniip "A Snninipr I.ula
liy." H ArrhPf Ollmolt
Chun. i. Anilrpa. Minn P. Slrvpr,
Thou. A. Phrlmlan. l'n. K. F.vprltt.
iran Holo H''BPfllriliin Nuptial
Mr. K. Wtiinli-y H-1pr.
H the Hliorr." Phaniinad
Mr. J Anitrrwa.
"Thr Boril f Ferrara" rtullaril
Mr. Jaa. A. Hlalm-y.
Violin Holo KolPi-tPil
Mln Clrnra Htorta.
In) "ThP IjiiuI of thp Hky-tllu
(h) "Thp Ypar'a at thp Sprlnii" lloarh
Ad Piph-p yinn.
"Th nHiidppro'' , . . fttunrt
Mr Thnmaa A. Phrlatlan.
Si'hpntn Hymphonliiiip Miliar
Mr. K. Blanlpy Hi-iIpt.
'Flltnlirth- PrayiT" t From "Tan-
Mm. K. U Tlmdrord.
"Th CrpolP irfiv r'a Hon-'
Mr. I'hna. J. Androwa.
"Kentucky naho," Opihel
Y. W. C. A. NEWS.
The regular tioard meet In will
take place Monday afternnon at a
quarter of four.
Tupdnv evenlna the KpanUh cl
nierta with Mra. J. 11. Ilenld.
W'edneadny afternoon nt 4 o'clock
the Y. V. p. A. fllrla' club will mpt
Nut Thuraday evrnlnu, Mr. Har
old Pearre. lawypr. will addreaa I.a
Amlnna on the aul.lect, "Home Law
Kvrry Woman Xhoald Know." All
memher are tirgpd to b preaent and
new member and oih'r Intercated
A ureal many out-of-town vlaitor
In Alhuiitertiue are taklna advantage
of the opportunity to get n delightful
lunch In the V. V. ". A. iunch room
Mr. W. A. Ilnefler of New Tork i
Visiting Mr. A. 11. rem of Isletu.
Mr. M. V.. Hopper hut returned
from a delightful vlalt of several
week In New orlean.
Miaa Marian Watllngton of this
city, who la a atudent at the Agricu1
luial collega In Meailla Par a, I re
covering from a aevere attack of th
Mr Purl Hopping returned Tueaday
afternoon from an extended la in
California Mr Hopping anil her
daughter. ' Miaa Clara Hopping, will
leniain In Bukersileld until summer
Friend of Dr. Ma.garet Partwrlght
have received word that he and her
daughter, France W I Hard. arrBed
safely In Huanajualii, Mexico, after
ix week 'trip from New orlean to
a port on the Pacini- coasi of Mexl'-o
Mr. and Mr. Knl Wetller hav re
turned from nn extended trip to St
I.ouls Phleatn. New York and Bos
Mr. Albert Plancy returned yeati-r
day to her home In Santa Fe lifter a
three weeks' visit with her parents.
Mr. and Mr. Wallace Heselden.v
Mr. Howard Douglua of Trinidad
Colorado, ha been the guest of Mr
and Mra. T. fl. Winfrey for the past
two week, and a number of dinner
ami motor trio hav been given in
He left yeaterday for the east and
will aall In June for Kurope.
Mrs. Pharle White and daughter
Margaret, have returned from a sev
eral weeka" visit In Denver.
Mra. Harry Drumm of Phlcitgu hu
arrived lo vlall her parents. Major
and Mra. U. K. B- Seller.
Mra. V. S. Deorth ha returned
from lhr week visit with atr
Arthur I-angston of La V'-gaa.
Mr. and Mr. Manuel Otero of
Santa Fe hav arrived In Alouqiier-
qu and Will make their home here.
At preaent they are guest at in ai-
Mr. Bernard llfeld. ae-ompanled
hv Mr. Julius Abel of Fuluth. left
Tueaday morning for Denver lo spend
several da there.
Mr. J. V. Preatel. manager of th
doldcn Kill Dry lluoda company, en.
Joyed a lail Wednesday from Mr. and
Mr. P. J. Oraney of Kokomo, ma,
Mr. Preatel former home.
Mr. P. E. Vaught, left Wednesday
evening for Phoenix lo vtalt her
daughter. Mra. W. J. Oliver.
Mr. and Mr K. Paul Ferguaaon
hav aolrt their attracilv bungalow
on Fast Silver avenue lo Mr. and Mr.
W. It. Walton, and will move next
wek into the David Strome home.
ilJ North K.levenih alreet. Mr. and
Mr. Sirom are leaving for Califor
nia, to remain there several month
Miaa Zos McKendrlik, who has
b. en with Ihe Bull Drug company for
several months. Is leaving Tuesday lu
take a position with th Hun Drug
company of 1) Angelea. Miss M
Kendrlck has been In Albmiuerqti
four yeara and haa made many
friends who greatly regret her de
parture. Miss Lou Hughe has given tip her
position here sod I going to Denver
to Join her mother, Mr. Thomas
Hughe, who has been there since the
first of th year. They will make
their home In Polorado,
Friends of Mr. and Mr. W. Tloy
Lyon, former resilient of this ciiy.
will be Interested to learn that tin)
ar living at it:' Allwlrosa avenue.
San Diego, and Ilk southern Palifor
nla very much.
Mr. and Mrs. U P. McFlwaln have
returned from a several weeks' trip
Mr. Sensible Man!
Your Spring Suit Is Here
It it no longer necessary for you to spend $20 or
$25 to be well dressed. The makers of 1
Are presenting: this season's Suits for $17 that are in
every respect the equal of the more expensive kind
in style, in fabric, in tailoring;. Yon simlpy can't
afford to buy a suit until you have looked over the
ALt C.OODS RENT HUT. UT
to Knnsn Pity and Denver.
Mr. and Mr. 11. P. Brooltfleld of
Omaha are visiting their daughter,
Mra. J. S. Kusterdny. for a few day.
after which they will leave for Pall-
f.n-nln and Idaho lief. .re returning to
Mra. 3. England Smlther will ar
rive tomorrow evening from a
month's visit with her mother In New
Favorites You Know
In the Movies ;
KlTIII.YX Wil l i IMS OF THE
Mim Knihlyn Williams has been the
leading ludy of the Sell Polyscope
company fur acvernl year ana naa
llicreaaed her great popularity re-
i enlly In the ''Adventurea of Kalh-
lyn."- written especially for her
Mia Wllllama waa born n Biit'e,
Mont., and spent her early lite there
During her senior year lit high avhool
the falling family fortunes compelled
her lo start out to seek ner own.
lli-r charm of fai-e and grace ol
flg'iret her poise ami lil.-irlonic re
sourcef illness on no led the attention
of a western theutrliul manager and
he engaged her lor small part In
Butte ulavhouap She had Hot been
on the singe lung before shu waa
served by Senator Plark, the copper
king, who made lmiuirle i-limit the
oung girl ti nil offered to give her a
Through his generosity. Mlsa Wil
Hams waa sent to the Franklin Sar
gent dratiiHlIc hoo in New Yolk,
where she studied two years, with
such avidity and to such advantage
that she accomplished wotulcra and
waa, at her graduation, accorded the
position of leading woman with I
William N. S.-H. seeing Miaa Wil
ability and engaged her I'r lending
woman for his aiock company In Phi-
Mis William entered into the new
work with a seat that made her
tnPiuhle acquisition for the serious
side of the motion picture Ouaineaa.
Having run the gamut of the acntl-
menial snd tragic heroine, she be
anie the favorite in a new sort
drama In "which ' wild beiiai figured
vitally and pli torlnlly. The beasts of
thn Jungle prior lo lb la time hud
never been brought Into the line of
Ihe camera without steel laira ba
Miss Williams has proven herself
past mlslresa in all plays which re-
aulr unusual work and daring. She
haa had several narrow escapes from
serums Injury but remains undaunted
and fearleaa, seeming to court a dan
geroua altuatlon for th sheer spice
bam on th stage, recognised her
New Books at the
(.olden Itujo Isulllvera: Margaret
Cameron The Dolllvera, who are
from I he west, energetic and optlmla
tic, buy an automobile and what they
do with the nuioiiioliiif makes the
story. Their friend call them the
'lohlen Bule Dolllvera because the
begin sharing their car the very first
day they use It lo sivp nleasure '"'
pleaatiie'a sake in the poor, tire
wistful people mi the sidewalk. The
seven stories of iheir adventure lieu
thp lilies: "The Man in the Bond,
'The Old Dear Ihe Doll! vers
taught Napping," "Doing the Dolll
vers." "Aid to Ihe Injured," "The
Ikillivera Dine Oul," "The End and
Tlie Light of Wcicrn Mara: Zunc
tlrev The eecii of Mr. Piev' new
RECEIVER'S SALE OF HARDWARE STOCK
The un.li riimied win, until March smb. 1114, receive s. b d
bid on lb stock of Hardware and Fixtutca of the Mcintosh Hard
War Company, of AlbuiiucrqUe, New Mexico.
The ff'-'p I appraised at f 19. !.? and th fixtures ut tl.orn.sr..
A condensed ropy of the Inventory ran h had upon application,
th original Inventory snd slock will be open for Inspection.
The right ia reserved to reject any and all bid Ii considered too
low. J- O"0l.
Receiver In Charge.
novel 1 laid neur th turbulent Mex
ican border. A New York society
girl Mujcaty to her frlenda buy a
ranch which becomes the center ot
activities in frontier warfare. n-oin
the moment of her arrival In the west
things begin to happen. I'.cne Slew
art, an InloXualed cowboy, behave
In n most astonishing iiuint.i r. Net
ertheleaa she makes him h r superin
tendent. She la lairled nfl by banillis
but rescued by tlene and she Dn-I"
herself constantly thinking of him.
After a misunderstanding Hene goes
to serve In the Mexican army, and Ix
captured by rebels. He .a senicnced
to deuth but I saved by i.lujisl) in
dramatic dash across loumiy.
The Price of Place: Samuel ;.
Illylhe The price the native honor
man holds deur. the pl.n e--niiy , one
of the "sculs of the nng!it ill un.'
American cnpltol; the bonk - u- cur
ate In every lticol. nl except ..r names
and places, a revelation ot the atro
phy of the l.ionil sense in .Ann ro an
polili.nl life. The au'.hor ol Una le
murkiit.le book Is probably the l.crt
Informed Jotirniilmt In Amiilr.i
point of knowledge of the Inner work
ing of ittpttnl life. M.my rcub-rs
will rccnuniKp him as a coliirilmior
for ninny years fur "W ho's S ho and
Why" In the Jsiturday Fvin.nu Post.
The 4'lillilren's Blue Hied: Mail im-
Maiirue M.ietcrliiick This Ih tin-
siory of the ' Blue Bud told Mi prw-
and beautifully illui'iialeil .. v.-uiot
Ii Iks. No doiilit. however, ih.it in mv
older people will enjoy I he w "ii.l. i I ul
stor as wel las the amu!l'T I 1 1.
Tales of HerolHiu From the World H
Phyllis' Field friends, blr stoiits.
Lcitnre I:. .Mulcts.
Phyllis' Field Friends, bird at.-i n s.
les. lanore K Mulct.
Pmuky Fro-.'s stor). Amy Pri-mice.
Nearly -vcrlMly In Mtioqoi roue
knows aonu-lMMly wlut would lm a
Navajo blmiki-l lor luill i. n-ul
Miartli. TIh opiMirliioii la now at
iIh John lift' lurke mU: Ask miiih'
one wla knows.
DysteHila Is America's curse. To
restore digestion. normal vvcii;hl,
good health and purify the 1. 1 1,
use llurdiH-k Blood Hitter. Sold ut
all drug stores. Price II tin.
Join lr ( lark iu. k.-l up ih.
blggii iMtrgaln ol Ills lilc the otla-r
day. Tlial'a why Im tan m-II tlx- iiumI
nsxlrabb kinds of NataSi Idunkiia at
such ridlcnbiualy low trice. -k
Msme oim Hlu kiMiws.
i.. .mis.. ... . j i
Tlier.'t lot of
difference bo . T S -1
tween Toric (MXX
light extra ccst. They give
you extra vision and extra
comfort They ara better
looking, too. Come and co
ua about Torio Ler.se.
We supply the SKILLED SER
VICE in FITTING GLASSES
without which the most ex
pensive lenses are worthless.
C. II. CARP1ES
114 W. Central. Phone 452.