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Tin SVEHilTQ BXTIALD, ALBTTQITniQirS, IT. St, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914.
The Evening Herald.
Tt Evttiing Herald, las,
(intg H. Vnlllsnt, Mnnsger.
II II. Unmix, IM.Iof.
OflUlsl rff f the City Of
FuMlstieit evere iflrnon ex
cept Hun. l y. at 1J4 North Hecood
Mi eel, AHiuiii-rque, .N M.
Tntufil s eond-rl:is mstter
t ii iaiufil ai Aiuunaerque,
N VI , ur.Uvr tlx Art of Marc la I,
. nth y tnail i-r carrier. too
on. by carrier Ho
I'ni year by mall or carrlar
Iq advaact l.0(
TrlenlHne JIT and 111.
a ruin i v u h
a KTf.ll hcnrltig tlie keynote
i,', h i,y the Icmpurnrr
li.'iirmrm In night He-
pulilii :n i-l-v i.rivent li.n; after 1M-
mug li !! rlii a ig peroration
i. hi. i . t ir In nil li forum; hli
pwiIIiImk x.iuni'latliin nf the present
ltv Bof mmcM, nnl lua eulogy uMn
lh" huh iihumI minute unit definitely
n II-;im IuI e platform nf tha ronven
linn over which he presliloil, wo were
pr"prl to iiini from in resolu
tion romitiittce a reporf whl h would
pliMlvo the Kcpulilli'Hn CHmlliliiti'S to
n (I. -finite, compieheiixiv clenn-tip
w hli h would leave llita city a pol
Pvb mill na pure a a little lumb.
After hearing Mr. Wilson wa con-
luili'il tlm I H.r "rod light" evil wn aa
gooil ,ih Hliolisheil. Ho declared II I ho
Pxiti'. I he niio and nnlv Issue, tho ilnf
Itiiti' iue; tho hurtling Issue, the all
liiH'orhrnt mill vim) and righteous
l'ii" Mr. Wllmin certainly a as ua
definite ii ,viionn i on id desire.
Then rmno tho pltitfornl, stihnilt
t I hv the rem .1 ill inn oitimltter and
mlopii-d unanimously rmiI wllhniit
nun n.lmerit ly tho convention. It
coiiiiiiiioil thl rrypllr sentence:
"tt'i' ur opposed to tho brothel,"
Hlmply tint, and nothing mora. It
Ik I ho nno und only reference to tho
lni. which Mr. Wilson hud auld Ml
tho only lasnc In tho city campaign,
and nl.noliitcly th niily Word con-
t'i tin the. Itopulillcan cundidntes
with ilm vice problem.
"We nro opposed to the brothal"
truly a worthy mid comprehensive
poxllli.n. We have no dou'it all good
(Ii m. iik of Albuipieniue will learn
with pleasure thiit th Ilepuhlicans
In i m, volition aemuled .are "uppoowl
to ihe limthel." Hit wore the slund
pui party leader of ancient Kgypt.
Wo liue no douht t hut when we can
Irani to roud fluently the record
P rt by I ha atone age reformer, he
loo will be found to have horn "op
poM'd to the brothi-l." We are all
oppom'tl to the brothel.
The iin"t'on, ik wo uiol-rntood Mr.
WiI.hoii. in not one fif oppoHlllon to
mi 'ill. but what iltrn men In given
jitnoio.i. . -ire t,. lug to do about It.
'I i. .u' llinn platform aiiyn not
it vo. i all. ml vim la to be done
Ml... ill it Itn rnnclliliitin nro pledged
lo tlo iilixolulely I'othlng but b op
po., to it.
"nn It be that the re-united rie
pulilPnn parly of llernullllo county
mid of Ihe illy of Allniitii.riue la try
Iiik lo dodge un limiif ?
i( Iookn that wuy.
IM NOT ItllH.rT IT.
DriilN'iS the next ten il.iya our
lion. In wl be occupied proli
nbly to a larne i-xtent with
lh" illy il.'ll..n. The reault at the
polU will ovemhtidow everything elae
In loiul Imporliince. Hut during thut
l.in.. te Khoiild not forget a pro. Img
iimiter ol vital Inlerenl to tin city.
The I 'oinrnerciul club'a advertiHing
cooinnlli-e Iiiih iniwd (l.toiii cf a
in iwi ry IC'.ihio fund f-.r adertia
Iiik A lbinueriue. If licit fund la to
l,. the rfTe nve work for which it
Ik Ifilcnileil. It niuxt be In bund, the
ml wUiMiiur ampi.lgn fully planned,
mid in winking order ! the flmt day
It riiilrea time nnd a gre.il denl
of hard, intelligent win k to plan auch
a campincn that .t will get the
bent roNiilt. The men who are to
plan It and carry II out ahould tie
Hiven nil the time necemary an tiny
nny do the work well.
Let ua not forget the advertising
fampulgn In the ruh of election
l.iiH.n.K. Thera ara two might)
iwiil men running for the office of
mayor of Alkiuqurru ja, Tha whole
i. n lira of tha city doeg rot ret on
tho aurceaa or fallura cf either of
them. Whichever fma ll elected, the
!iy government will worry along lo
Ihe wuna clean, effeiluo way Albu
iif r.iie ctty governmenta tiava been
oi'il'i. it d under Ueimbllcao ftnd
Ix inoir-ii for twenty year.
V" me not likely to be aerloimly
hull or hurl ut nil by tho election of
j.iiv man on either city laket.
I ut ihe whole future of Albuquer-J
me dot depend on Una advertising
Kinpalyn. lla aucceaeful ?utloU
me.ma ready money to thla city and
i l i.Togrexa and perinnnelil dovelop
ineni. Ii lua a good aiurt. a-i
i..-il,'n Iniiifete with 11 uii-fful
h l i lt f.i: I I U)I.IH.
Sr:XATH in fC AII. the dlnpal. Ii-.
tell un, m art led and ahocked
anfTrae advocatea on Ihe floor
nml In eenate gallerle the other dny
by 'I." taring II Impra. ili able and I rr. -poneitile
lo i, I. nun the ball..' foi
women through a ronalliullonal
iiniefulmeril. Ho went on to poinl
mil that lh rm if i ni Ion of n conall
tuilonnl nmenilment involved the aa
nt of three-fotiti ha of the altttea-
hlrty r.x in number and that the
flfloenih aimndinoni, giving the ne
gro the right to vote, aloud aa a atone
wall In the path of a propomtton of
.Senator Ilornh ! an ardent aio
rai of eii.il auffroge. He come
from ii ainti. nlieie women hold the
hullot anil exer iie their lighti ex
teliBlvely. lint he la obvioiialy capable of aee
ing nn Inch or ao leyond bla tioae a
font which the average auffrnge lend
er iteema itriublo of performing. He
rerngiilrea thnt thlriy-alx atalea can
not be Induced to extend thla right
to women win ii a quoallon la Involved
or Imparting a like privilege tn
i. nno. nno egro women of the aouth.
Ihna t in pi m i hk the duty of a Mo dia
frani hlninx tin in
The aiifTrigo gneeilon liaa undeni
ably auflered mora Injury through
Injtidicioua and faniaatlc ieadernhip
than any movement ever chnracter
Uing nur polltlcot hlatory. It haa
butted lla head agninat n alone wall
an perainlemly that It may be doubled
if lla reaaonlng power have not be
come impaired. Nothing but child
like fnllh. born of aheer adoleacence.
serve to explain lis demand upon
congreaa for Ihe auiimlxlnn of a con
alitullonal amendment or aome of the
methoda employed In proaelytlng.
The a but r act queatlon of enunl auf
frnge la one embodying ao much In
herent equity that III rapid growth
la not at nil difficult to underaland.
Kvery Intelligent being recogniaef
that aex distinction la not a valid
renaon for denying the ballot to worn
en. We can no mora make an argu
ment of th.it nature gtand up than
wa ran maintain the old contention
to the effect that the earth la flat.
Hut when it la a netted that women
need the ballot by way of haatenlng
the inlllenluni, or that a large part
of iheir numbers la now ready to dia
(barge their duty, or on any other
ground than that the right Is a Ood
glven one, they write ua political fid
uciaries down aa Ingoramuaea and
w-ek to parade ua before the world aa
Henator Tlorah probably did an Im
politic thing lu baring the truth
the suffrage leaden. He will likely
he paid In ioln of his kind for his
pains. Hut he has aU'ed a few
whnlcsomo facta, bused upon some
thing more gubatantiul than supposi
tion, and pointed out another blunder
in suffrage leadership which yiny
prove of value a'ler the period of
udoleacetice la outgrown.
KlVINti tXH NTV MONKV.
OP NTT Knglneef Pitt Itoaa
I engaged these days In piunl-
lug aome ten thousand Oaage
orange sprout In the embankments
along the Itio Urande. Here la a
simple flood protection expedient
which should have been carried out
long ago. Kvery year, for years past,
this county haa been spending hun
dreds of dollars fur repairs or recon
struction of dykes waehed away sim
ply for luck of any sort of protection
for the earth. The spreading, close
ly matted roots of Ihe Oaage Orange
tree will make a binding which will
preaerva theae embankments again!
Ihe wash of the river and add beuuty
tn the landscape along the silvery
Itio Urande. The county can well
afford to buy the engineer all the
0kh Orange sprouts he calls for.
John I. Itockefeller has bought a
huae monolith weighing SO tons,
which ho will have transported lo
his estate at Tarrytnwn. N. Y., where
It will be carved into a fountain.
The massive rock was discovered on
Long Island Mr. Kockefeller Is said
to have paid a hlsh price for It. as
he has searched all over the country
for a solid piece of stone Dial would
ult hla purpose. The monolith is
twenty feet wide and so large that
It csnnot be placed on a flat car. A
'.at hua been chartered to carry It
lo Tairvtown. where II will be trans
ferred to a specially des.gned truck
mid hauled to I'ocani leu. It Is said
that 100 teams will be required lo
pull the truck and its load. Juat
bow the rock will be taken up the
hill at Pocanllco haa not yet been
decided, but a bleak and fall wilt
probably tie used. The massive piece
of gtone will be placed near Mr.
Itotketellrr's new mansion.
Nothing Is free. Kree tolls for
American cuuslwiae ships al Panama
would cost the I'niled flutes the good
opinion of the civilised world and the
good will of powers with which we
have had cordial relations, to say
nothing of millions tf good hard dol
lars. I-oulsvllle Courlcr-Joui nal.
"Generally debilitated lor years
Had sick headache, lacked ambition,
was worn out and all run down. Hur
dock lllood liitters made me well
...man " - Mrs. t'baa. Kreiloy, Moos
rm Bern nil Vhl.lle. W
traitor and an anglo
maniac I'leaidem Wllm.n aeern
remain fairly Influential
with Ihe I'll te. fitaloa congress
IN HOItT. Honian U llaca ha
never participated In the eetnn of
the Icitmiutute without aecurlng sub
em n tin I aid tor every public Inatiiu
lino or beitermenl In behalf of which
hl aid haa been invoked." Hanta Te
Vr linen, In fact, Is tome public
AKTKIl getting that apeo h nut of
his syvlem, Mr. I'nderwuod niusl feel
like he had discharged hla duty to
TIIR UU'TEIl" have fiied nnnther
brief for Harry Thaw. The time
may come when there will be no
more Hurry Thaw brief; but we be
gin to doubt It.
I'EC'OH VAI4-.RV expert figure
there are one billion eight hundred
million hoc In New Mexico, And
not n lleo on Ihe tax roll.
IP Pit. Will 1 1 .4 lU TCIIIXHON
will tell ug how tn do It we ll all
agree that our play la our life.
PAVIiOWA dUlocnted one of her
toes In Hi. I.oula. Had no hualneas
tiling lu 8t. Louis. Probably trying
to hiiw gome Miaaourian how to
A OfiM) MINK ha been discovered
I ' T . "'""" " m
j stated what brand of beer la handled.
"lit N"T KI8H nnyc.no who has the
grip," anys a Hunday aupploment doc
tor. ur New Mexico girls don't
have grip, I..c; you can kiss m
any time with safety.
RdtiSKVKLT inlNia that his party
wnan t lol in llraxll. Teddy la get
ting touchy about losing parties.
t't'SToM of klaaing the lady's hand
haa been revived in I'arla. Probably
to ace If ahe haa a gun In it.
Well Known I Joe.
Why. mil, rm awful sorry:
Now why In all creation
Didn't you tell ma you
Wanted that nomination?
Tho ailatill cornea Into our den.
iur buay frown unheeding,
And saya: "I will alt down awhile;
I see you're only reading."
He doesn't aeem to understand.
This everlUNling cutle,
Thut rendlngs what we're paid for,
.Part of our. dully duty.
jud Mortimer Lewis,
TTIK TtKPrnUrAN city candidal.-,
run on a platform which says: "We
are opposed to the brothel" That
ought to satisfy the most exacting
enemy of vice.
TIIK ONLY WAV It could have
been rnnde stronger would have been
lo muke 'em "unalterably opposed."
TURN IT WOULD have been the
real U. o. . kind of side-stepping.
IT HAH riRRX suggested thut In
view of the above O. O. P. glands for
(letting Off Place.
WONIiEH what the Militant First
ward es-delegiitos think of Ihut
AIJ) THE NEXT paragraph of the
platform pledges the candidates
una Inst "hot air."
COLONEL. HOOHKVELT and the
mighty hunters are now exploring
"liuvleda river." The lust river the
Colonel explored was called "Unit
Hlver" and lis middle name also was
TIIR LAIiT mayor of Troutdal?,
Oregon, refuses to cloae up the aa
loon. There's a vice Issue for you.
JKKKE HOOT C) It ANT, third son of
the Inte president has been refused a
divorce. Jess seems to lack father's
ability to bent a aucceaaful retreat.
t The Expensive Sandwich
The wldeapread Interest In scien
tific circle aa well as In I tie ranks of
social workers concerning some of
the problems of nutrition among the
maaees is exemplified by current dis
cussion regarding school nineties. In
stitutional dietaries, eeennomical
menus for the household, and the
coat of living. These era constantly
bringing out the lad that dint cua
torn are aubject lo wide lneualitlea
In character In different parts of the
world and In different at rata of so
ciety; and they further moke It clear
thut food habit are not so fixed as
was once supposed, but are varied to
meet economic changes and altera
tion Incident to the ahifilr.g of pop
ulation. The changes tn the nutrition
of Ihe musae lie tn the titles, Ihe
country districts adhering more clone
ly to the dictates of tradition. It in
In the r It lea that the most noticeable
of Ihe modern change In dietary
custom such as the increasing con
sumption of meat and the Introduc
tion of reudy-lo-eat foods, have first
taken hold on greater numbers of In
dividuals. Furthermore, the ques
tion of diet In large Institutions e
In. it always nerd lo be solved with
reference lo lixul market condition.
Max Itubuer, the eminent physiol
ogist and hKienlat of Hcrlln. has
lately prevented some Interesting data
on one of the many transformations
in d'elary cuiloni which is eciillurly
conspicuous tn Ihe cities of Oermany
He auya that Ihe Arneilcai anndw;ch
1 rapidly becoming popular In Ur-
Great Trials of History
Trial of the
oODIRTt or more Inexru.
murder I recorded in the
pnge of hlstorv than that r
Duchess of Prnslln bv her husband,
'he Duke do fholseul-Prsslln. In a
meaaure It waa one of the principal
eau.ee that led to the Frnth revo
lution of lt. Rvery vice of the
lime wsa traced to the arlstorracy.
The people looked upon the nobility
as Ihe cause of all their trouble.
They watched with suspicion every
act nf thla clnss which tended to
recklosgneaa and Immorality. The
nation waa tn thla Slate whan the
Puke of Prnslln murdered hla wife.
Mhe waa a woman of most excellent
accomplishmenta. The Interest of
the trial excited rnurl. Hitentlort In
'.lua country, for Ihe reason' that the
governoss of the I'raOin family left
Paris shortly after the murder and
took up a residence in New York.
The old blood-royal of Prance
flowed In the velng of the Cholgeul
Prnslln family. The dun who brought
disgrace upon the nnmn was born
in 1 SOS, and at the ado of twenty
he married Penny, a daughter of
Count Bebaatiuni. a distinguished
Prench general. The due and duch
ess had by the union three anna and
For some years before the murder
grave discord had arisen between
the pair. One serious cause of quar
rel was said to be the Influence
which the governess of his daugh
ters, Mile. Deluay-Despnrtet, had
gained over the due. The duchess
objected o the continuance of this
lady in the family, and particularly
complained of her estranging from
her the affections of her daughters.
At last the governess was compel
led to quit, but instead of leaving
Parts ah took tin quarters nearby
the Praslln borne, where she wa.
frequently visited by the due.
on Auguat II. 1147. the Prnslln
family moved from their country
residence, whore they had been
(pending the summer, tn their su
perb Paris home in the Hue de St.
lionore. After their arrival the
duo and hla three daughters went to
vlalt to former governesg. nnd upon
their return the father retired to his
room about IX o'clock.
The duchess was also out during
the evening and returned to her
home and went to her room about
:S0. She dismissed her maid. Iter
body wss discovered the following
morning early near the chimney of
hir room, pierced with about forty
wounds. The news spread like wild
fire an. I nb Porls waa excited. An
Investigation wag Imlantly begun.
many. Anyone who observes care
fully the eating habits of working
men In this country and who has
followed the enormous increase In
the lunch counter sciieme of dietetics
among our own population must ad
mit that the aundwich 1 something
more than an accident. Physiologic
ally It Involves the supplementing of
bread the common "naff of life"
with considerable butler and meat
The sandwich representa a step in tho
evolution of bread-and-butter com
binations. Rubner believes that the
growing use of the meat-laden sund
with la attributable In Oermany to
the Increased employment of tea and
coffee, and to the greater consump
tion of sugar and alcohol. Added to
these factors la the growing tendency,
especially among the unmarried
classes, to eat outside nf the home
and to patronise the rapld-aervlcs,
time saving, sandwich dispensing res
taurants and eating houses.
The advantage of the sandwich Is
that jt furnishes great concentration
of nutrients In small volume. The
work of mastication la reduced snd
the entire make-up of the product
encourages rapid eating.
The sandwich Is not as economical
as is popularly believed. It Is true
that a pu la table sandwich can be pur
chased for a few cents, but the same
proportionate expenditure in the
household or in the purchase of a
warm meal that deserves the name
will procure surprisingly more nutri
ment, even In the more expensive
type of restaurant. It hug been cal-
cuiaiea. tor example, that IS rents
In a public eating house, l.iaf) ca
lories containing lull gin. protein.
In a good lestaurant, 1.8K0 calories,
containing 71 gm. protein.
In the form of sandwiches 1,144 ca
lories, containing JO gm. protein.
The sandwich Is frequently looked
on sg ths "poor man's lunch" and
current praclk-e l tending to In
crease Its use. If it la leally deair
aide to increase the purchasing
power of a small daily Income so as
to Increase the amount of food, Ihe
reform rannoi be Instituted by point
ing to Ihe supposedly inexpensive
lunch counter. The boarding house
and the home, says The Journul of
the American Midical Association,
wisely administered on the dietetic
side still remain the most economical
aa well aa moat rational centers for
4 Salmon an Economical 0
J Pood. i
r'ood exports ma eitaln that the
place of fish in the diet Is Ihe same
as that of meat, fanned salmon is
one of the moat economical arle
ties, t'annsd salmon will also prove
a friend in need lo the country
housewife when the meat aupply a
tunning low or la larking In variety.
The following recipe, anys the Coun
try Oentlciuan, may prove an Inspir
Slion lo some who have never
thought of canned sulmon as lend
ing itself to much variation.
ewlliird haliium With pixalorw.
Put a layer of salmon In M butler.
d pan. then a layer of cold, thinly
allced potutoes. sprinkle with suit
and papper end breb cruinl.s snd
continue until Ihe dish la full, the
crumbs being on top. pour over It a
cupful of cream and bake three
Dae lie iMilaenl-Praelln
Everything- proved that the duchess
had attempted to escape from her
sssnssln. The first blow had boon
given while she was In bed. The
murderer, necessarily covered with
blood, must hnve left traces of It on
his way; and that stsined way was
found to be toward the apartment
nf her husband. Drops and marks
if blood were visible from the door
of the duchess- cabinet to the door
of the duke'g bedroom.
The duke made a statement on
August II in which he described
how, having heard a noise In the
duchess' room, he went there and
found her lying by the chimney cov
ered with blood. He claimed thnt
the blood carried between the room
of his wife and his own Was on ao
count or the blood he had gotten on
himself while coming to the as
sistance of the duchrig.
At the preliminary examination
Carpenter, the duke a valet, and
Margaret Leclerc, a domeetlc, gave
damaging testimony against their
master. Then came the examination
before the Chancellor Pasquler. pros-'
Idont of the chamber of peers. That
official earnestly adjured the duke
to relieve his mind by frank con
fession of the crime. They also
examined most carefully Mile. De
luxey as to the relations between
herself, the duke and hla children.
When the chancellor aaked her If
she did not think her actions were
most painful to the duchess. she
replied: "Quite the reverse. I be
I'eve Madame de Praelin waa more
occupied with her feelings about her
husband than about her children,
w'hom she scarcely saw, and whom
he sent away, when their fathr
waa present. In order to be alone
with him. When he waa no longer
there, ahe voluntarily kept herself at
a distance from her children In or
der that ahe might uae auch conduct
aa a weapon against him In her re
proachea touching his way of man
aging their household. She waa no
doubt Jealous even of the attention
her huahond paid to their children."
The court of peerx, having secur
ed diffident evidence to hold the
husband, prepared for the trlaf In
the chamber. Kuddonly a report
apread that the duke was poisoned
thst he was dying that he was
dead. The effect of thla news unoii
the public wss beyond description.
The dun de Praslln expired In the
Luxemburg, whither he had been
transferred In the darkness of night
to avoid the fury of tho populace.
He took poison after he saw hi
plans defeated for hiding the mur
quarters of sn hour. Creamed sal
mon la made by fluking the dish and
adding a white sauce. Cook three
minutes snd serve hot.
Hcalb.iMSl Salmon With Pea.
Either green or canned pens mny
bo used. If the latter one can
drained fro mthe liquor la required,
one cun of salmon from which the
skin and bones have beerj removed,
one cupful of bread or cracker
crumba and two cupfula of thin
white sauce seusoned wit) salt and
pepper. Butter a pudding pan. and
sprinkle with crumba; put In s layer
of salmon, broken In small pieces,
then a layer of peas and cover with
white sauce, then crumbs; repeat un
til all are used, the crumbs forming
the top. Iiuke until the crumbs are
brown, and serve hot In a baking
Mix the meat from one can of
salmon, drained and minced, half a
cupful of fine breadcrumbs, salt,
pepper and a little nutmeg, the juice
of half a lemon and a tablespoonful
of butter. If too dry moisten with
a little of the salmon liquor. Form
into roila and flour them well. Set
them In a cold place for an hour ami
then fry In a hot pan.
Chop finely ihe meat from can
of salmon and add to It half a cupful
of soft bread-crumbs, two table
spoonfuls of melted butter, one of
lemon Juice, two beaten egg, suit,
pepper and half a cupful of rich
milk. Mix and pack In greased cupj
then In m pan of hot water and bake
until firm. Turn out and serve hot
on Individual dishes with while
one ritprul of minced salmon
mixed with one cupful of chopped
celery. Add s French mayonalse
dressing and serve on lettuce leaves.
Another palatable salad la made by
mixing salmon and praa. Any nf
ths latter that are left fro ma meal
will answer. And almost any pro
portion of salmon and peas with a
droning will make a very acceptable
Fried Smoked Salmon.
Make marinade of as uce of four
lablespoonfula of olive oil, two
tablespoonful of vinegar, and In i
cloves, a bit of hay leaf and six
peppercorns. Pour It over a pound
of smoked salmon and let Stand for
several hours. Then try the slices
In a good salad or cooking oil and
serve at once, garnished with sliced
Separate a can of salmon Into
flakes and add to It tha well-beaten
yolks of three eggs. Add tn these
half a cupful of bread-rrumba
which have been soaked In a like
amount of warm milk, mix thor
oughly and season with salt, papper
Snd a little lemon juice. Ileal the
whites of the egics unltl very light
und then fold them Into Ihe mixture.
Hake In a moderate oven In a but
tered dish set In hot water.
HEXnVS Mrr;i;Ua. Pituns; tit.
Albuquerque Poundary and
r .Jeers iMnOeri MacttlntJU
O&ellogg la Iron, brass, Li rouse.
Aluminum, trottural Fteel for
bridges sad buildings
Wut kg OffUiea . AlSeafsjaa,
two . riWK imrs
nm i.i iti.i: .ikl
The mother who takes pride
In dressing her children prettily
ran do so by adopting the blc
of the two-piece dress. A Pt-
He skirt and guiinpe can be
made of lingerie, not or embrol-
dory, says tho WaMilnston Her-
aid. A child always looks well
In a cinfiime which Includes
white, and nn color s'aiul
wahliig aa well. However, all
white 's sometimes not prucll-
cal. A tittle nbl-blue overdress
blocked In equnl, siinre seal-
lops on the bottom and sleeve.
may be put over different little
slips, allowing about eight In-
ches of the white flounce to
show from tinder the scallop
of the dreas at the bottom. The
sleeve correspond to the hot-
torn of the dreea. Tho Utile
heck ! cut deep to allow the
while guiinpe to show. A cord
of blue silk hold the dre In
shape at the neclj and emerge
In a lttel looped carelessly In
Many of the new Coals are cut with
a decided flare,
Voile will be unite as popular as
ever for blouse thi season.
Hippie will be ue.d for a flnlah to
skirts and coat, rum of the new
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THE SERVICE WE RENDER
This bank renders service of value to every
one in Albuquerque and vicinity in its Foreign
Exchange Department. Drafts, Letters of Credit
and Travelers Checks furnished by this bank are
available anywhere in the world and afford a most
convenient and safe means of transmitting or
carrying money abroad.
Everything possible is done to assure your
satisfaction and we will be pleased to explain the
advantages of our Foreign Exchange Department.
We want to serve you to YOUE advantage.
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New Mexico-Colorado Lumber Co.
wnoicsaie jaumoer. nixed tars a Specialty
Native Pine and Coast Products.
A. IT. HEYN. Manager.
Figure with us
i Superior Lumber
17, II. HAIill CO,
For th Bret la reel of AO
ii Baldridgc Lumber Company
; I Evreything ia builderi' supplies. PARIO roofing with ; ;
X a lo-year gnaraniee, bnerwin-WilIiams Paint.
X ass tocTu totst.
aissii.ittM) t rfttm i Ml
OUR TEMPORARY SALESROOM
Is Now at
Owing to our present limited
quarters we were compelled to
warehouse the bulk of our fur
niture and in order to reduce
our stock, Removal Sale Prices
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies
evening wrap are finlhed With thee
vnilallun of flounce.
. There la .1 w ide choice of sleeves
tbi untlns. The kimono still hold"
II own ami I a mart rival lo tho
r.iKlnn anil drop shoulder sleeve.
The slishlly raised walst-llne I
rnther iieroiiiiiig in the draped skirl
worn with a hloused Waisl.
Patch pocket are appearing on
many of the walking dresoos of cot
ton and other fulnica.
I'ulawny effect In hlnUHes nnd coals
nre dexerteilly popular because they
are generally becoming. Newark
Phone I. Iteif etarsi. Ill W rvinnae
for tlrst-clsea hacks and carriages.
W Trimble Co.
f turn or efxtm n n jot row
Dr.T. FELIX GQURAUDS
OR MAGICAL BEAOTtTICI
H'fnovt Tun. rim
pirt, Cirh Ira.
Moth lBlrhr bath
I cit Skin Hrir,
ml tvnv lirrinixH
on brntilv. auU tic
for 4vf.fK.ri II
hAtatiNMt lltr tcM-sf
ymm, and u
hlltmK-eat C lettlC
It lo tx turs? tl M
proeiir matlr Ac
cr.il no rounlrrfril
of Miiiiilai Mama.
If. 1m A. Btrrv mid in Iftdv ot tiir haunt
- la HHtrtil). "At i it trulira will ut tlrt I rr
rommrnU 'tat aW a CraaaV aa lh kail harmful
cf nil iit akin prrittnitou ' At 4rungiu
ml DrtMirlnient hturr. )
fwl I Biptta 4 let, frtft. si (rut Juts IU -t
on Sash Doors,
& Mill Company
ANTHRACITE. ALL fllZKS
ItlNDUNH AND MILL WOOD
BRICK. AND PLASTRKI.NCI LIMB
BANT A rS) BKICK
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