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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 12,1911.
J THK KCONOMIST thk wum fi r 0 r41OMIT Newest Millinery Smart Spring Coats Long models in Serge, Satin and New Mixtures $15 to $35 New Spring Skirts Voile, Taffeta, Satin Stripes and Checks $7.50 to $25 YOl' ARF 4'ORDIAI.LY IXYITint lo vNit ihN section for a Mu.lv of the XEW LINES IX SPRING HATS. Our Millinery Ik-pai uncut Is n.ly vvith n very liilcri-Mlnif exhibit of tlie spring mode's suitable fur Immediate wear. Included arc various Miles of tlie HELMET nml ENVE1XPK HATS. Entire new lines for small headgear. Hiihit Toques are a loailius feature ami will remain one of the. season's favorites. second n.oon. ft A PHENOMENAL SILK OFFERING For this week only, consisting of IS-inch Murk anl white, blue ami white chock Taffetas; 22-Inch satin foulards all new and this spring's new designs and 27-inch plaid taf fetas; selling regularly up to 75c the yd. SierlI, only 30c MESSALINE SII.K SPECIAL Consisting of 20-Inch figurcil silk iiii-allno; all the new shades also black; all have a self figure woven In them; our regular $1.00 Silk. Seclal, only "5c II. mill T. Shantung, 27 Inches wide. In all staple and nov elty shade; the regular advertised ric; Is $1.25. Se Hal, only 8e COLORED TAFFETA SII.K SPECIAL 3(1 inches wide, colored Taffeta; regular $1.50 value; nniy .. .. ......$ .98 3fl-lncti b:uck taffeta; regular $1.50 value; only $1.10 COATING SU.K :',0-lmi wide Cotelrt black silk; made for women's coats; $2,50 value. Seclul .$1.90 MONDAY SPECIAL AT LIXIXG COl'XTF.R 23c quality SO-Ineh mercerized sateen; Monday, special. 19c This quality Is escelally desirable, for linings and pettl rouls; black only. j BELTS AXD IUTKI.ES Royal Dip Ruckles 25c Royal Waist and Skirt Supitortcrs, to be attached to Royal Dip Ruckles lc and 23c Xew Persian lulling, for spring wear, are lielng shown at 50c to $1.23 XEW LACE VEILS A fine assortment of lace veils In Mark, white, navy, brown and gray, In a variety of designs In dots and floral ef fects. Prices 75c, $1.00, $1.23, $1.50 up XEW SHIPMENT CLUSTER HAIR rUFFS An extra lino quality of Cluster Hair Puffs Just received; large variety of shades In light, medium and durk brown. Special values for .....$1.00 NEW BELTINGS (Ribbon Department) Just received a fine assortment of fancy Tinsel Rclliiigs, In beautiful designs; also Mack silk corded beltings. They are priced 1 'Ac an Inch to 10c an Inch. 11! T' t New Spring Tailored Suits A Showing Made Doubly Attractive By the Low Prices EXCEPTIONAL VALUES AT THE ECONOMIST STORE THIS WEEK HIGH CLASS TAILORED SUITS In all the new Spring Fabrics, including Scotch Homespun, Shepherd Checks, Serges, Hairline Stripes and White Serges; new shades in Tan, Brown, Grays, Black and White Shadings and Novelties , $18.75, $22.50, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00 up to $75.00 This Week Special See our window display of Spring Newest Models Tailored Suits made on the newest lines. Newest cloths in all the shades of grays, black, tans, rose; Jacket ' Satin-lined, either Plain Tailored or Braid Trim med. Special for this week $ 1 5.00 NEW SPRING GOWNS Distinguished styles at moderate cost charming new styles enliven the showing of women's dresses splendid values in the most desirable fabrics. Satin Fourlards, Taffetas, Messaline and Marquisette. The smartest models in an attractive price range. $12.50, $18.00, $25.00, $35.00, $45.00 up to $90 Women's Percale and Gingham Dresses for Home Wear New dresses of pretty Percales and Ginghams, in stripes, checks and plain colors Prices $2.00 to $4.00 WASH (.(Kis (first floor) (Ylsp Xew Wash (;mmIs for the d.iintlest dresses. Wo make nt lavish display of all the beautiful new effects In floral, Persian and gay stripe ami llures; iuiiortcd ami domestic. 32-incli Englislistrlixtl madras; .13c quality, only 25c 32-lurli Scotch Zephyr Ginghams; 23c quality plaids, siilH's and checks fast color; only ........ IBV Belfast Irish Dimities In pretty Horn I tlc-duu, dainty llgures. strijH-s nml tinted grounds; o nly .....lc Siilsine Silks; all the new spring shades; niso white and black; yard ae 31-inrli Fcomuuy linen for suits; 20c value .....13e .Itl-lucli Lustre linen for suits; 3.3e value lc 1 41 -1 ii4 It French Una for suits; 50c. value 23c 27-lncli Mercerlid linen In solid eoliws, stripe ami cheeks; a regular 30c value ...33c 33c IJiieu crash, 27 liulics wide lc !" All Linen suitings; spcWal, )arl 10c 33c lliinaliia suitings all color; yard , .2.V 100 piece AiiKwKeag nml Rod Seal Gingham, 27 and 32 Inches ulde, In stiiiet and plaids; regidar 12)0 tpinltty. Special, only t 10c NEW SHIPMENT OP KAYSEIl FANCY SLEEVELESS VESTS AT 5(h) i:Cll Theso have beautiful hand crocheted yokes, lino yokes) applhpicd wlih butterfly, howkuot and ros iIcsIiih, also plain trimmed, with sliicUl arms. The bodies arc made of silk lisle and plain lisle; only 30c. each WOMEN'S LISLE THREAD SLEEVELESS VNIO.V SUITS AT 60c AND 73o Our shipment of these for spring Is here and they arc worthy of scclul ittcnlinu. Tliey are, uuidu of lino blenched lisle) thread In n low nwk, idcevelcs, tight fit ting: knee, and umbrella, stylo luce, trimmed. Ttuwc arc the Nushapo union soils, which uro the In-st fltthiK union snltfl that are made. Siieclally priced for this week , 73 and 30c Misses' Umbrella Union Suits vvhlto ciltou, Inco tiimmed; 33c quality at only ? ..H NEW RIBBONS Our New Spring: Ribbons arc In and consist of Persian, Moires, Basket Weaves, New Warp Print, Silk Taffeta ami Satin Mcssnllno In all the staple ami newest similes, also In the new black and white elTectH, Cable Edm, Wire Ed0 and ; luces. Call and see them. RinnON SPECIAL Consisting of 100 pli-ccs 8!i and -lm li wldn taffela, Molro and nuu-y IliblKins; worth In the rciiliir way up to BOc; Hc4'lal 200 "J THE FXXIXOMIStC 3 Till: 1 XX ) ( )M I ST E 1 THE MWNOMDtf f" APPEAL FOR AID E MEETS HESPOMS year's crop. He Is a steady-going, lniliistrlouu farmer, the victim of cir cumstnnces, and the ease Is one worthy of help. F ROM PUBLIC Generosity of Citizens Will En able Unfortunate Estancia Valley Farmer to Get on His Feet Again, Mrs. B. llfeld, of the Non-Scetarlan Hcncvolent Society, reports a response to the appeal for aid for the Estnnclft vnlley farmer and hl family, who have been cared Tor during the winter In tlilB city by the ladles of the so ciety, and for whom aid la now asked of the public in order that the head nf the family may take advantage of the prospective favorable season to raise paying crops on his ranch across the mountains. Judge I. A. Abbott has donated 5; the Woman's Club has given 10i Al fred Clrunsfeld has furnished the far mir with seeds 'for spring planting; The Morninsr Journal has donated $5 and others are rapidly adding their names to the list. The case is one that Immediately appeals to every one who learns the details, and there Is reason to believe that the family may l'e again Installed on their claim this spring with enough to tide them over "niii the welcome moisture has hrmight forth paying crops and pros perity succeeds adversity. Adversity hardly describes It; this family has een up against It good and hArd. Coming out from Kentucky, this man "ml his wife, with five children to eare for, put all their savings Into a el.ilm in the Estancia valley, built themselves a home and then lost every penny Invested when the drouth en me. Coming to this city entirely destitute, the children fell 111 with fhold and diphtheria, and but for kindly ministrations of the Iicnev "lent Society, which placed the fam "' In the society home. It would have Kno hard with the KYntucklans. The society hns donated them fuel and provisions for some months past, "ft as thlg organization has heavy alls on Itg limited resources, It will l'e ncce?sary fop th0 general public to eeme to the rescue. What the man Would like best would bo Tor gome 'no to stake him for tho season, to P;ild out of tho proceeds of the DRY FARMERS AROUND FORT SUMNER CHEERFUL Special Corrmpandene to Morning Jnarnnl Fort Sumner, March 11. Probate .7 ii dire Romo'a secretary has opened his office here for the receipt of ap plications for titles to the lots in the government townslte. J. O. Welborn is In charge. A. Jurramlllo Is stenog rapher. Dry farmers are Bhowlng their In creased faith by their readiness to take out seed, especially those who have been over three years In the territory. R. H. Salazar, receiver of the local land office, has broken ground for a seven-room adobo dwelling east of the lake. Contractor J. W. Hadsall has broken ground for the dwelling and barns on tho Vaughn place. The J. K. Hollister place Is being Improved and the dwelling Is being rebuilt. Attorney F. Falrcloth, of Taiban, has opened an office here and will divide his tlme between the two places. He shares tho offices of II. R. Tarsons. The Melrose bakery has established a branch here. large body of shallow water land ready to be Blgned up to the com pany. Indications are very fine for the speedy accomplishment of the sugar factory proposals. J. E. Love Is moving out to his farm south of town. Ho has developed water at a small distance' bclo wthe surface and now has the pumps at work. The feeling grows that the expected turn In the seasons has come. The average precipitation for six years previous to 108 was 23 Inches. That year It Tell to 11, and It lias been growing less each year. Old timers think tho Indications good for the future. MELROS E ASSURED OF NEW ROAD Expects to Become Division Point on Proposed Railway From Tucumcari to San An tonio, Texas. Siwliil rorrenpomlenc to r.fornlnf Journal Melrose, N. M., March 11. A com munication hns been received by the local commercial club from the pro moter of the proposed road from Tucumcari through here to Sun An tonio, outlining the plan of the com pany as It affects this pluce. . Tho company will ask a bonus, de not irrounds and the right-of-way for ten miles south of town. Melrose Is encoursired to expert a division head quarters, and Is going right after the road. n. I.. Thomas, representing the company backing the sugar factory proposition, in here signing up more bind for the factory. He will go to day to Talbun, where, thcro U also a "STORY OF STARS" BYPR0.KI Fifth Event in University Course at Public Library on Monday Evening; Notes of the University. Monday evening at 8 o'clock the fifth lecture In the Library course In the City Library building will be given by Professor C. E. Ilodgln, his subject being "The Story of the Stars." l.cfore the lecture thcro will bo u duct by Misses Koon nnd How ell, "I Sing Because 1 Love to Sing," by I'insutl, and Dr. McQueen Gray will represent Herr ISundmann in (Shylock, (from 'The Merchant of Venice." Monday morning at 10:55 Mr. O. II, Roberts will occupy tho assembly period. HiH subject Is "Modern llome-bulkllng." The topics for discussion offered by Professor Clark at tho Silence semi nary Friday afternoon were as fol lows: "American and Foreign Chemical Journals," "The Sources of All Our Present Chemical ltescarch," "The Research and Itotttlnn Work of the United States (Jove! ninent," "Discus sion of tho Part Chemistry Mays In Thirty Prominent Industries." "The Chemical Problems and tho Work Chemists May Expect In the Future." Dr. Mandell Kllber delivered the second lecture last Monday In the historical course he is giving the uni versity students. Subject, "The In tellectual 8tatun of Europe Hctwccn the Itclgn of Louis XIV and the Wor of the Austrian Succession. " The speaker was listened to with close attention. Society a (Continued from page 7.) Cruees, tomorrow nnd the day fol lowing in tho organization of u, state federation. Complimentary to the state of flclnla, Mrs. and Mrs. lioyer of El I'aso, tho Fraternal Brotherhood had a gala evening In Klks lodge room Monday evening. Thirty new members were Initiated during the evening, which bad dancing ami a fine spread as en tertainment features. Th0 Cleaners, that llvo Sunday school class of the Congregational church, gavo a birthday party Thurs day evening In the church parlors in honor of tho birth anniversary of their teacher, Mr. J. Q. Gould. The Jolly bunch made merry with games and refreshments until a Into hour. The ladles of tho First Methodist Kplscopal church will entertain at a "Shamrock Tea" on Friday afternoon, March 17, from 3 to 6, at the home of Mrs. Thompkins, 421 South Third street. Mr. and Mrs. AVIIItnm Allen Walker of Racine, Wis., are In the city, the guests of the A- K. Walker family. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County. ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior portner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County nnd Slate aforesaid, nnd that Bald firm will pay the sum of ONR HUNPltKn DOL LARS for each nnd every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the uso of Hall's Catarrh Curo. FRANK J. CIIF.NKY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of De cember, A. D. IS 86. (Seal) A. W. OLKASON, Notnry Public. Hall's Catarrh Cur Is taken Intern ally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CItft.N'KY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by nil Druggists. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation, i CHICHESTER S PILLS ' .1 ' V .1 A.I. . lruoll lc A JkJt?5v rtlUln Hut i-t ...M tiHkW " ' !'' KIU. (i Jr hlMM iiiaMi rill, (.,, l SOLD BY DRL'CCSIS I VLRYM KE lUDcrctolUcrsbipCoday SALVATION ARMY. Will have meetings all day Sunday, beginning on the street corner with nn open air meeting at 10:30; holiness meeting nt 11 o'clock; Sunday school nt 2 p. m.; free and easy salvation meeting nt 3:30 p. m In tho ball; open nlr meeting nt 7:30 p. m., nnd a good salvation meeting nt 8 p. in, in the hnll nt 200 West Silver avenue. Kvery one Is welcomed to these meet ings. Cuptaln and Mrs. Allen and Captain Ameo officers In charge. HIGHLAND MRTIIOWST CIM IH1I. 31 S South Arno. S. K. Allison, pastor. Services conducted by the pastor at II a. m. Rev. R. H. Owens will preach nt 7:30 p. m. Tho subject of the morning hour will be "Klernal Life and What It Is." Sunday school nt 9: IS n. m., Robert Holiday, superin tendent. Epworth League tit 0:30 p. m., Kdgar Pass, lender. There will be special music by the choir nt 11 a, m. A cordial welcome to nil. Tiin n.iTisT an itar. Corner Lead avenue and Hroadway. Jesse J. Itunyan, pastor. Morning: Tho pastor will prench on the subject "Ond's Portion." A few of the members nf tho church will give flve-mlnute talks at tills service, Tho offering for Home nnd Foreign Missions and for the Publishing So ciety will be taken. Kvenlng: The theme of the evening sermon will be "The Loss That Is Onln," on (ho text. John 12:24. The choir will sing some special music, The ordinance of baptism v 111 bu ob served at this service. ST. PAI L'S I'.NGLISII LITIII'.HAN cnntcir. Corner Sliver nnd Sixth directs. Rev. W. S, Oberboltzcr. pnslor. Sunday school at ;4r; preaching nt 11: Instruction In catechism nt 3; Chrlstaln Kndwtvor at 6:30, leader, Mbs Amelia, Kraxbcrgcr; subject, "First Aid to the Tempted. ' Sermon at 7:30 p. in. A welcome to all Is hereby extended. I IIIST PRKSUYTKIUAN till HCII. Corner Fifth and Sliver avenue. Hugh A. Cooper, pastor. Serviced nt 11 n, m. and 7:45 p. m. Morning theme, "Why Paul Was Not VILCAMZIVG. New and second-hand cases nnd lubes, Prices nlwnvs rlnht. Write us for prices. The bent for the money. jackson-i-:m hi imr.it co., 1010 K. Main HI., I .on Angeles, Cut. Ashamed of the Oospel." In the even lug the pastor will deliver a lecture on Japan, Illustrated with eighty stereopttcon pictures representing every phase of Japanese life, Preced ing the address there will be a service of song. Music by chorus choir under tho direction of Mrs. Roy McDonald, Morning nnthem, "The Heavenly Mansions," by Shelley. Kvenlng an them, "Vesper Hymn," by Mason. The Sunday school meets at 9:45 a. m, and Young People's Society at 6:45. Tho public Is cordially Invited to all services. ST. JOHN'S CliriH'IL Corner Fourth and West Silver ave nue. Archdeacon W. K. Warren, rector. Residence. fIO West Ttjeras avenue. Second Sunday In Lent. Holy com munion, 7 a. m.: Sunday school, 8:45 n. m.; confirmation Instruction, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon, 11:45; theme, "Why Didn't dod Make t's Perfect?" Music, Professional Hymn, S, Wcbhc: Venlte, cxultemus, Robinson; Tbnedlcltc F. Rrldge and J. Turle; "Awhile In Spirit, Iord to Thee," Itlvniilx; Introlt, St. Flavian: Do Profiinills, Anon; Recessional Hymn, A. H. Mann. Kvenlng prayer and sermon, 7:30; theme, The second sermon on the Peerless Pearl "Moral Qualities vs. Material Proflls." Music: "Awhllo In Spirit, Lord to Thee," Pcotoh melody; Cantata Domino, W. If. Monk; Dens Mlsereotur, M, J. Hopkins; "Lo, the Voice of Jesus." W. Pitts; "O Saviour, Precious Saviour," It. H. McCartney; "De 1'ro fundls," Anon; "Abide Willi Me," Kventlde. Litany or penitential ofllce nnd short address Tuesday, Wednes day, Thursdny nnd Friday at 4 p. in. sharp. CONGREGATION A L IHRC1I. Raymond It. Tolbeit, minister, Stan ley Siubr, organist. Our church regrets the Ions of Mrs. C. A. Frank as soloist, but in the spirit of our Christian fnlth we can but. wish ber God speed In the new field IP enters nnd trust that great nucccim nnd usefulness may crown ber efforts to give ber peerless talent to the world. Fortune has favored ttse with the voice nf another sweet singer for whom we entertain (treat hopes of power and richness in hr rendition. Miss Franklin has great promise of rare gffts and we are pleased to an nounce that she will be heard n our soloist for the present nnd predict that nn sppreclntive city will snon come to recognise her glfls. We have other singers whoso faith fulness and fine gifts have been Inv ItiRly bestowed upon our services week after week. Mr. Gould will con tinue tot enrich our service of song with his fine, tenor voice. He richly deserves mention here for his con stant and generous servico to tha church In Its musical life. We have Just found some other singers con cerning whom we will Imve something to sn y later. If you enjoy music nnd a good service throughout, worship with us when you ran. Morning thcro, "Saul, tho Garment Holder," second In morning series. Kvenlng theme, "The Preparation nnd Departure," second In evening servico. It In the hope of tho minis ter that these sermons may prove In teresting nnd Inspiring to all who hear them, Hear the series to the end and then render your verdict. This Is a people's church nnd you are wel come. Following Is the musical program: Morning Organ Prelude, "Andante In O," Ilatiste: nnthem. "My FHlth Irf)oks Up to Thee," Dudley Ruck: quartet, Offertory, "Impromptu," Schvtte: solo, "F.ye Hath Not Seen" ("The Holy City"), A. R. Onul, Mrs. Roy McDonald; Postlude, "Grand Chorus," Duh.ils. Evening Organ Prelude, "Meditation," Lemalgre: solo, "I'm a Pilgrim," Johnson, Miss Margaret Franklin; Offertory, "An dante," Mendelssohn: nnthem, "Re joice Ye With Jerusalem," Spinney; quartet, Postlude, "Grand Postlude In C," Volckmar. FIRST ML'TIIOIHST T:PIS4XPAL. Lend nvetiue and South Third street. Charles Oscar lieekmsn, pastor. The attention of the general public Is called to the following icrvlees: Public worship nt 11 a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. Tho pastor will prench In the morning on "An Explanation of Faith," tho conclusion of last Pun day morning's thought; tho 7:30 ser vice will be In the hands of the Wo man's illume Missionary Society nnd is entitled "Tho Cross Hearers." This service Is a vivid nortrn.vnl of the call of Christ to men and the way the call Is accepted. Tho choir will have a InrKo part In this service. No mem ber or friend of this church csn af ford to miss tho evening service, At tho morning hour Mr. John Gould mill fiii'itf tho poiiureantinn with a solo, ns will also Mlsg Lola N'ehr. The Sunday school meets nt 9:45 ft. m., P. A. Porterlleld, superintendent. Kp worth League at :3: topic, "Numer ous nnd Dangerous Foes." lender, Mr. Pearson. Miss Kdllh P. Mann, the deaconess of this church, ns well as various members of the church, will welcome all strangers. CHRISTIAN M IKNOF. Woman's Club, Pullillng. West Go4d avenue and South Seventh street. Services at 11 a. m ; subject. "Sub stance," Sunday school nt 8:45 n, m. Testimonial meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. Rending room open dally, ex cept Sunday, from 1 to 4 p. m., No. 17 Stern building, South Fourth strout . and West Central avenue,