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THE ALBUQUERQUE WORMING JOURNAL', SUNDAY, AUGUST 27. 1911.
II n mi. ujn;n m j mumm SPECIAL! Napkins SPECIAL! Dresser Scarfs I'hiIt" u'tre.l Hrecr Seai N. 1S54. lum.N. Titly i"nlrui It-red in F! r;it iV-'onv Regular 5o vaHu' Special 44c 3' i A tV.il B'.ei'.chcl J,i-ie:i" Nuj-l. in. m dit'ietent pattern and a giwvl weight Linen. Regular SI. 50 value Special 87c (The Store That Satisfies) if Table Linen (j-imh Linen, value 75c Special 49c rJ-inch Mercerizeil Damask, value 75c .. Special 5'?c 7.'-inch I'.lea Damask, value $1.25 Specials 72-inch llleach l)ainak. value $1.75 Spcc;al $1.25 Napkins Special 98c $1.22 $2.68 $' 20x20 Napkins, value $1.50 22x20 Hemmed Napkins Silver Wenched Napkins 21x24 l:ull lileached Napkins Towels Hemmed Turkish Towels. 15c value .... Special Double Thread Turkish Towel, 2lV value; Special Double Thread Turkish Towel. 25c value; Special Double Thread Turkih Towel. 25c value; Special Cotton Huck Towels C'oton 1 hick Towels. 12 l-2c value Union Linen I luck Tow el, 15c value Hemstitched Duck Towels. Ji c value Linen Hemstitched Laid. 35c value Complexion Towels. 35c value 15 Pl-R CI'.XT DISCOUNT OX OTHLR TOW! Bed Spreads Full Sized Kxtra Heavy I'.cd Spreads. Fringed, value $1.75 Special $1.28 Kxtra Size Hemmed or Fringed l'.ed Spreads, value $2.00 Special $1.4$ l'c 15c lc 23c 4c oc lie 17c lf)c 19c LS Toweling Ilk-ached Cotton Crash Special, yd. .Vk Stevens' Linen Clash, 12 l-2c grade . . Special yd. 10c Stevens' Linen Crash, 15c grade .... Special, yd. 12c Class Toweling. 10c and 15c values Special, yd. 8c and 10e l'ancy Damask and Huck Toweling, 24 inches wide, pure Linen Special, yd. 62fic SECOND WEEK OF Housekeepers5 Week Sale QUR AUGUST SALE of Blankets, Comforts, Sheets, Sheetings, Table Linen, Towels, Towel ings, Curtains, Curtain and Drapery Goods, Pillows, etc., continues during the coming week with still greater bargains. This week's value will be really extraordinary. Blankets and Comforts in Mid-Summer means immense savings. V 50 drey. W hite and Tan lihnkeu, fuil 11 4 size, a closeh woven Cotton Grey. Tan and W hite Waukets. size o6X0. value $2.00 Kxtra I leavy Cotton Waukets. size 1 1, 4, value $2.50 Kxtra Ouahty Wool Finish Ulankets. (.(,6, value $2.50 Kxtra Oualil.y W ool Finish Waukets. 00x70. value $3.00 Wool Finished I'laid Wanket, (0x7(., value $3.00 114 Palm Wool I'laid Wanket, value 85.00 124 White Wool Wanket, extra special, value $5.50 06x80 Plaid Wool Wanket, value $0.00 00x80 Silver Star Plaid Wanket. value $0.50 All other Waukets priced especialy low for this sale, and represent a llanket. regular value $1.50 ? Special '$ Special $1.43 Special $1."S Special $1.78 Special $2.1)' Special $2.38 Special $3."8 Special $3.98 Special 5-1.88 Special $5.15 sa vini; over "In Scaon" prices. . Special 98c Stlkohne Loered (. omfort. cotton tilling, vimiic Si ,,.- . ( spcu.n Satme Covered Comfort, clean, light cotton filling, this i.-. a good sized Lomtort and valued regularly at $1.75 ' .' Special $1.45 Full-Sized Saline Covered Comfort with extra carded clean cotton tilling, an extra value . . Special $lf Dur regular $3.00 Comfort, extra size and a good value at that price Special $2.28 i. i i: ..c .:i i n r ..... :.. .. 11 .1 ' .1 i Sheets and Sheeting Sl'F.CI M. IIKMMtT) SIIFh'.TS. 54' Special 5lV ox'.H) Special 49c 72x') Sl'eci.d 55c .Slx'Hl Special 5'V X")X) Special 05c l'.KST STANDARD CiUADF. SH I'.l'.TS. 54VA) Si'eci.d ;rr:c (,3x(K) 'poi.d o2!,c 7Jx'0 Spei i;d (7! ic Slx'H) Special 7214c M.HI Special 77 1 .a' Pillow Slips 423d Special 10c 42x3o Special 12'ic Bleached Sheetings 12 Weached Sheeting . . 45 Weached Sliding . . . 0 4 Weached Sheeting . 14 Weached Sheeting . 8 4 Weached Sheeting . 0 4 Weached Sheeting . 10 4 Weached Sheeting Special l.v Special l7'2c Special 20c. SK'cial 22! ic Special 25c Special 27'2c Special 30c 36-Inch Muslins A beautiful line of sik covered Down Comfort, in all sh'ades aii'.l patterns Less 15 Regular Price 3o-ineh l'orest Mills I'.leached Muslin,' Special .. W 3(.-ineh Our Own lhand Weached Muslin 7!2C 3o-inch (lold Medal I'.rand Weached Muslin 8' l.c 30-inch Old Glory I'.rand Weached Muslin 8'k 3o-inch Kruit of Loom I'.rand Weached Muslin .. 10c 3n-iiich Lonsdale I'.rand Weached Muslin 10c 3u-ineh 1msdale Cambric $kxA lie 3o-inch Unbleached Muslin, Our Own I'.rand 0c m 11 1, Society (Ointiiiuod rmiil l'Hgo I.) ami decorations. The actor folk ami the society patrons seated around th' TcstiVH linnrd wore Mcsdiinu'S Isaac Haith, r.porge All.riKht, C. II. Conner., Kiankliu, Freil MetzKer; MiSHi-s Ktliel Mickey, I.olita HuniiiR, T.ose Ifargi h, Anita liaea, Hamnna llaca, Schelke; Mi'"rs. J. Harvey, Tt. Walker, I). Lane, M. .McGuinness, Allvrt Spivcy. trnnklin W. Wroth, It. Arens, C. Andrews, S. Scrtcr, It. Seder, V. MctzKer, Drown, Dr. Mason and Merrs Albright and Pilfer. MI!S. 1UVDKT ;llN(i A HItllMiK sioiti 1 :s. Mrs. Kodey is giving n series of Saturday afternoon bridge parties, li.ith the date and the game continue i" liifch favor in the circles of the Hot. The second of this delightful anil Informal eerie.s was given at her h"!m 213 South Arno, yesterday when three taldes of bridge were Hindu up and u prettily appointed lliii'heoii finiHhed proreedinifs. U was "Statehood" in decoration, silk flags and other artistic arrange nieiit of the national colors predom inating in the charmiiiK decorative ef lects, Mrs, Raymond KUtmm, daugh ter of Mrs. Kodey, and Mrs. Codin.n 'n, her mother, assisted niakiim tlie three seneratlons in evidence. Mrs. Codington's sister, Mrs. Alex h liie Tuibcrcsis Crusade LcsSogGroscd?, "pit nil the efforts hf'mg trade he "'iWMntex of fre3h air and eKS-and-milk '"'(iiiin nt.-', the number of new cases hu i"jt l.fHii iiotice.iUly ilocreied. " rite to us and usk to !; refri red to J "ffiviu-n, 1'riens, men atal v;uiiten who '"'k Kektnan'H Alterative and are todav e'l mi, ytropif wi'hout a trace of tuber. uiii.-it.s ,roiitini eii MO bv ruivsii iaiiv. s -tau ul them took t ho Alterative 1') "H" When d .elors said thev would lea iivi- lo weeks. fir.ythliij,' be fairer to yourself ana those W)K, ive y0l, lird ,juirt ,i " iMliliu; to rcstote you to health? If you ;"" ' "'"l.lieal iiivestijjaie us, ur mcdi-oii'-, our advert i.sed statements. Write J" these who biivc Bent in affidavits and titiionlals lellliiK lu.w Eckit.an a Alter ny cured them. Here Is one' . Uiraril Ave., I'liiladelolda, Pa. o.ntl, nien: "in the winter of 101)3, I an attack of C.rlppe, followed hv and later by I'onsunipi ion. I ionVt fi,n,"iily wore. In the winter of I had eotiKh, l.UTlit Kiwit, fei or Ht'.d , , Ihantiti. s of nwful looking snuff 1 "ad many hemorrl.aues; at Xt il ! ,,lree In three successive davs. i.i. 'I'"1 r"M beeutue so distasti-f uf I .'ep ''Olhiiij; down. Three ,1 fi i. . -lr'';lld ue. 1 v..,!, ordered to tl.e J'Ut;, ;,,;,, t ,11,, , p,, j.,.,,, lM.a V,"'t,ve wai rcconracndid bv a f I dual. tl'!i"iS: a f-ntall .priutitv 1 l.:,d the 1 milet nlRhfn Blee,. for weeks, llf i" Weveruent was marked fi-.m tlei first. J. '' fllwH' mid '..k'ht and i,!m .! 1 '"'V'r ai'"tiicr lii itioi rlcr-e and ... '"ii i. .cri ri.t 1 1:1 1 1 -.- .:.sen.d until in II i 1 n'" l"Tfee'.!v veil. JJverv- r :.'-iy .mi u,Zi" h v"'ii;eJ by 'i-n-d Atlidnvii) Annie l'lvd T.r..t;;iira-i. Ami !,e'a"','! Alterative, , or, a ;:r,,: bllis. Air, i ' :J';V ''"'': Tbro..t n.l l.utur tin. J'.'f- u'r hoi.kb t ..reared cases . . Ud, ,dM.,. .,., rnr luldiilnm.l evidence. u ''V 1 leading d:u:;;;ista u!lJ Alvardo 1'harmaey, Allai.juer.iue, Ncvr Men. Carico, of Olohe, Ariz., was among the mtests and it was learned that she will make her home heret which will be a matter of real congratulation atnoni; the many friends made by .Mrs. I'nrico during various visits at the ftod. y home. . .4 ,u v i.isth:s, Society Jr. made merry at a couple of gala afternoons during the week. Tuesday the youngsters of "near about" the ano and in the neighbor hood df Louis Council, son of Mrs. Walter Connell, celebrated his eighth birthday in approved and unrestrain ed fashion. The small daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Mcl.andress, aged one year, Wednesday last, was a more passive hostess on that date to the neighborhood circle of mothers and offspring". Though small in both instances, as to tho number invited, the affairs were enjoyed alike by the grown-ups and the wee tots. t & ( limsTI.W 111 1U I! ACTIVITIES. Mrs. Seivert whs hostess to the ladies of the Christian church Thurs day afternoon ut her home, 210 South Arno. Apron making was t lie feature of the gathering, though u social hour and refreshments diversified it en joyably. Another interesting item to the Christian (hureh congregation and proof of the progressiveness of the church,' vas the preliminary steps taken at a meetlnf! at the home of Miss Alma Swayno, 1211 North Fourth street, Tuesday night for or ganization of a Christian Endeavor so ciety. At this meeting nominating and constitution committees wore chosen and will report at the next meeting. K.VTIIUYN (iKIMMIlll HOSTESS. There was u gay gathering at the (Irimmer home yesterday afternoon when .Miss Kathryn Grimmer enter tained a number of friends at an in formal sewing party followed bv a smart luncheon. Prettily appointed and exquisitely decorated was the table with covers bud for a congenial dozen Intimate friends of the young hostess. The Fraternal Ilrolherhood will have an open meeting tomorrow night In odd Fellows' halt, when the members arc permitted to bring a limited number of friends. Dancing will he the feature of the evening, with music hv the 1)1 Maurn orchestra, . ANM'.XI. MEETING. The W. C. f. V. held their annual business meeting In the parlors of the I.ead Avenue Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. The vice presi dents, re). resenting the various churches, were retained in office as well as the heads of the different de partmcnls. General officers elected were Mrs. Moliie Learning, president; Mrs. Sidney Houghton, vice president' Mis. M. J. liutlcr, treasurer, and Mrs. Margaret Warning, secretary. The state convention to assemble In I. as Vegan September 19 and 2n, was discussed and It was decided to rend a delegate to he chosen nt tho next business meptlncri MM'MI. HVM.ETIXS. Misses Margaret and Ihtgeiiia, Kele- returned from Whltcomh w here they sp. tit two a cottage and two tho week her hav Springs, months. .Mrs. Alfred Grunsfeld, daughter Hilda and niece Florence Grunsfeld returned yesterday from a trip to the IVeos region. 'r Mrs. Kay Motley, wife of the for mer Columbia football coach and her self a New York girl, was In the city Monday en route to the Motley ranch home at Datil, from New York, where she left her small daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. ti Rielly and daughter Kathryn leave the latter part of the week for a month's trav eling in the east, . including a trip to the larger eastern cities' and Canada. Miss Hazel Rogers leaves this morn ing for San Francisco, where she will enter the California Conservatory of .Music. . Mr. nnd Mrs. ltalph I). Mer'rltt leave September 1 for I'.oston, Masa., where they will make their home. Mr. Merritt has been connci led with the llrown-Finnegan company for the past year. v Miss Dora Finney of Indianapolis, Ind., has arrived in the city to make her home with her brother, John W. Mnney. They have taken on West Seventh street. V Hr. It. A, Anderson, wife children, arrived during from their homo at Guifport, Miss., and w ill make thetr home in the city for an indefinite length of time. They are located at the Casa de Oro. Mrs, Marlon Lord of Denver is Ihe guest in this city of her brother, Mr. J. I-:. Hannum and famih'. Mrs. Kobert Putney and son Lyman left Friday night for Omaha, Xeb., On a brief trip. Mrs. S, S. learned of Lawrence, Kan., whose son will l.e married In this city next week to Miss Madonna Kankin, is a guest at the Don Itankin home. i Miss Klsle Kempenich left the early part of the week with Mrs. Hope and her daughters for Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Knnieo McClellan will arrive home on the limited today from New York city, where she lias spent thrt summer months. .Mrs. II. J. Gibson is the guest, of her daughter, Vs. Krnost Davis at lu r home on Smith Third. EARLY SHOWI'nGoT FALL HATS AT BALLEW'S ADVISORY BOARD Of CHAUTAUQUA IS APPO NTED Prominent Men All Over State Enlisted in Movement to Make Mounlainair Assembly Statewide Institution. To facilitate the work of making the Motintainair Chatatuiua a state wide institution, an advirory hoard composed (f prominent men of all sections of the slate has, been named. The following circular being sent out to the nominees explains Itself and sheds further light on the plan to make the Clintaui'iia a big perma nent New Mexico establishment: At the last annual meeting of the stockholders of the Mottntainnir ('hautauipia assembly two things were enacted, which mean much lo the as sembly and the, state of New Mexico. At that meeting it was forcibly brought before us that the, Cbautait lind outgrown it.-s continued exlstelire local organization, and In ac cordance with the suggestions Irom prominent visitors from nil parts of tho new state the stock holders unani mously decided to make the Chautau qua a slate-wide organization. To laciliale tills muvoiio-nt of the cxeen tltoe committee sas authorized to appoint an ndvisorj bard of fifty of the most prominent men in New Mex- whose interest in those things for which the Clia utau.iiui stands Is well known. Your rani" has been snot gesled as a suitable member of (lilt ird together with those on the list enclosed. We slncei'dy hope you will be able to serve in this capacity, and I will be pleased to bear of your ac ceptance at an early date. I'he second notion taken was the In- crea-'e of the capital slock lrom J.n,- 000 to $50,000, this stock to be sold In bloeka of $100 eai b. payable $10 cash an, $1" a yar until fully paid. Dhl- lends which m a b- deidar.'d, shall apply on unpaid halmce, if any. Your financial imetest as well as your moral huppm-i will be heartily appreciated. The Chautauqua Is now on a permanent basis nnd there Is no question of Its ullii late success. The iVountiilnair stale-wide Chautauqua will wield a powerful Influence for good in our to w Mate. Hoping to hear 'la ora bly I . "in you, 1 am Very trul;, ou W. M. M'CtiY, Secretary, Sueseide,! p.hd... rv board, Moiin laitiair Cliautaidiiia nsri iniily: George I,. Hrooks, Albuquerque. W. S. Hopewell, Albuquerque. D. A. McI'Ik tson, Albuquerque. J. G. Albright, Albuquerque, li. It. Ferguson, Albuquerque, ltalph C. Fly, Deming, WillaiM F. Holt, Deming. "William .'.I. Pope, Koswcll. W. Will K. V. KIT. Kemp, Koswcll. ('allium, Koswcll. Lindsay, Portalcs. '. Schwartz, Artesla. Oldham, Clovls. Labry, Clovls. Kohinson, Koswcll. McGill, La l.ande. Joe lledgpi tli, Tucumcarl. Dr. W. K. Garrison, Agricultural college. Or. F. If. Huberts, las Vegas. Hurry Kelly. Las Vegas, Charles III. dd, Las Vegas. Dr. 't'. S. Conway, ltatoti. Dr. C. J. Amine, Mancano. Solomon Luna, Lou Lunas. Dr. C. M. Light, Silver Citv. John Keeker, Helen. John A. Haley, Carrlzozo. Judge Ityroii Sherr.v, Alaniorgordo. Miss Annie Hurler, Fslancin, P. A. Speelma.t. Kstaneia. Farl Scott, FMa. noin. K. II. ISrirklcy, Willard. H. o, I tut sum, Socorro. Prof. Drake, Socorro. .1. G. Pitch, Socorro It. H. Slmms, Las Cruces. The shaft Is being well timbered and the dcNolopment work will he done thoroughly and rapbllv. It is helitived that the real strike mnde hv Mr. Holmes In this locality and in which a number of local people have become interested will develop Into a bonanza, and If It does It wl 1 mean a big thing for this city with a eoul mine at her very doors. Kecetit events begin to Indicate that Albuquerque Is going to become the Coal oil and llf phalliiin i flit . r of the southwest. ITICS L POL III UP fj E00I COUNTY Both Democrats and Republi cans Call Committee Meet ings to Arrange for Cam paign Battle. TO mm Mrs. HalieW will make tt complete rbowing this week- of the very newest of tho fall styles at lur shop, lis South Fourth street. There are ni,in, freaks among the fall hats Ibis ycr, I but they w ill not be show n here, only the Very prettiest having been select ed. A largo assortment of children's hats will also bo displayed. This shop Is becoming authority for those of dis criminating tastes. 1 0 1 0 J. I- n. Wi Willi r llotioiabl Fe. ( luvi rtior I, Profes. or Kal bcrlne Paul A. F, George Arm. I. II. II. 1 t.iii.i 1 1 1 : o .1. Mills, Santa Fe. inc.., Santa '1 irk, Santa Fe, ..iietson, Santa I. Santa Fe. Ibuqui rque, A Ihllquerquc. Fe. A. ;. Stroiip, Albuquerque. George S. Flo. k, Albuquerque. laaae parlb, Albuquerque. D. A. Porterfi' ld Albuquerque. P. S. Stover. Albuquerque. Dr. Thomas Garwood, Albuquerque L Two Compartment Shafts Are Down Ninety Feet on Proper ty in Tijcras Canyon Near This City. going (o spend "We an $a0,0IMI n the development coal mines In Tijcras canyon, W. J. ll.dmes ,,r mar Tljera, miles from this city in the mountains, while in the city day. Mr. .'IoIuhs s-iv.h that pletely equipped two compartment shaft has now been sunk ninety feet on the properly and Ins Just begun tn elq Into the bii." eoa I sea ins at least of (he said twenty Sandla yesl IT- ; coin- Cai lsbad, X. M Aug. 24. The news attained .slatchood for New Mexico brought Immediate life. Into Ii.ddy county politics. The county chair men, M. S. Groves, republican, and Dr. F. F. Docpp, democrat, have call ed their respective committees to meet at the earliest, time posslldo to ar- i-siiko for the campaign. The demo- crats will have a primary to name the lutes for county officers, wtilltt gates will he sent to tho district and Ktat.) conventions. The present county officers, nil of am deb democrats, tire naturally anxious- to succeed themselves. Some have held ul flee for some time, w hile others lira serving their tlrst terms. The tirst termers may have little opposition, like A. It. ii'Oitlnn. the probate eiera, who Is a general favorite. Still there urn many who look longingly across the fence of the court house pasture. The republicans, will place a full tbket In the field for the first time In j ears. Mr. Groves, the county chair man, Is visiting all parts of the coun- tv to learn the sentiment or earn io- enlltv When the ticket Is made up, the most callable men will bo named and every part of the county will he given recognition. Then will follow a vigorous campaign. The socialists have not been heard from yet. Last year they had a ticket In the field and made some Ptlr, es pecially In tho north and east part of thecounty. The selection of candidates tor stale sctuitofl and two representatives will cause much figuring: es the woods are full of legislative timber waiting for lightning to strike. Of! Relieves CATARRH tho . BLADDER; And nil Discbarzes In Ia m limine C u:4nvwni iimi ruin vt - v'"" 'i eomnitiifeut, . Rili 1V ftll ilrvu.-l,. mrm ,mm x . nwiwiiii iny m ua 1 n i Llt'M"l.":.''-,S'iitt.ll.lMIllllJ Sii turner excursion !ates vie Santa h To KfiflU'rn points. Colnrmlo mi J THiih. The following nre a fw of cfcn very low K-jiuid Trip Ha tea which will le in effect all during Urn um mer: A 8Uin of Beauty is a Joy Forrvw , T. Fllx Oouraud'ft Orlontnl Cream or Magical Beautifioi. Tftn, rirtiiilnn, M.ti, v, un-i i very M. fui -ti in tHM'ity, in ul .l.lMll.m. It 1 niooil Ha1 tint !H it.) tr.irtni.'td we tut'r It ( hur it In .pikti mit, Ac it ii'it"Miiti r ft-It uf riltilhu tmmp, Ir, L. A. brti "iti'l t" ft UAy nf ttif hunt tti (it j.,ttriitit An y'U IkIh'I VlU 11M I 111 111. t tpi i.mti.i lid i'A..H i. fMin' tii h tftnt Lurntf"! r nil tin kn. ..rriur-itio'iv" F..r wilii l.y Hi1ttii.ii-t nl Kit.7 U(13.T,H3PIN3( Prrf, 3 Great Jones Street. MswTofL 'av;& "u ..I Chicago Kanstia City St. I.ouig Ii.nver t'olora.lo .u.rlngH Huebln I'.oston, Mass. . . Buffalo. N. V. . . , , fid 6a , ,4!l.6r, . ,j::t..o , . I s . r r, , .$!U.r.5 . .76.u. New York Washington, P. C. . . . l'hiladelphhi Mont ten I Cincinnati st, l'ani, Minn 1 ..tri.it, Mich Salt I,nke ami (gdeti , .1 nr.. KB . . $74.65 . .St.J5 . .8S.6 ..4.S . .f.r.. . .tfifi.fSB . . J I2. to September ,'Jdth. Kid urn limit 00 es allowed on both going uinl retura Tlcltets on sain dully from Junn 1st toiler 3 1st. Idberal stopover privlleg trip. Kor ny other Information regarding those rales rail on or nddrrM 1'. J JOHNSON, AKtnt, tl I.MI tli