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THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1911. co o u IdU 111 X Coat Forms s t A complete line of all t X styles and shapes of $ Coat Forms, an mvalua X ble aid to home coat X making, choice at 25c a pair i ys' wmfp jms&r x int. Mp SALE ECONOMIST t x t t ! X I Windsor Tics and I Peter Thompson x Tics x A big, new line just re-1 ceived; all colors; priced f II T 4., ....M.. specially at x.dc. .wc ano wc t t f READY-TO-WEAR SECTION This past few days we received many new Suits and Coats for women and you must see them to appreciate them. We advertise a few items of same to illustrate the values we offer. SUITS One shipment consisting of a lot of Serge and Mixture Suits in Blacks-Navv-G rev-Tans and 15 r own. Worth $19.50. Sale price $1I.9H COATS x Thanksgiving Linens The Big Event of the Year t t t t An Excellent Value in a New Polo font. Colors Navy and Tan. Worth $1850. Sale price tU.HS CHILDREN'S COATS SPECIAL Consisting of about 25 Coats, sizes from 6 to 12 years in solid colors Plaids-Checks and Mixtures. These are regular values up to $5.00. Sale price $1.1)8 1 DRESS GOODS SPECIAL Consisting of 50 inch Broadcloth, 54 Inch Cloaking .Material and a large line of Begular $1.25 and $1.5(1 Dress (loods at special price, per yard !)"c. CORSET SPECIALS A sale at qiilck-t'learanoe prices. Wo are discontinuing certain models of lloiiton Gossan! ami Koyal Wor cester. As New Models are brought out from time to time by the Manufacturers, we discontinue the Model which have Preceded, and in this way we have a goodly number on hand to dis pose of. The Sale Prices will range former prices $1.25 and $1.50 ...98c Koyal Worcester and Xndia Corsets Gossard, $3.50 Corsets, will be sold to close out at $2.75 ISon Ton Corsets will be sold at about t X X X t i tt1tttttTTtttTT1tttfTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTl , Annual Thanksgiving Linen Sale j "e AND X C ur store hus been preparing for this occasion since early summer. We planned to make it big. Two facts actuated our efforts: to purcnase (holiest linens beautiful, finely tex tured linens, end offer them at a price which no one could resist. We have met both alms. The linens arc here a wonderful showing the very sort women will delight In buying for Thanksgiving. Prices are way down Every article at a decided saving in price. Note the prices. It you are 8 judge of values you will tell us those are remarkable bargains. Another point The Economist titands back of every transaction. It is principle with us. It has helped us win tho good will of customers, hence this human interest talk. We know the qualities of these limns will stand the test of long wear; we know we bought them at manufacturers' lowest prices: wc Know they are inducements at the special selling prices. You will realise It, too, when you tome to the store. QUALITY IS A GOOD TALKING POINT TO KNOW THAT YOUR PURCHASE IS WORTH THE PRICE, THIS IS A DAY OF "QUALITY" EVERY ONE WANTS AND "QUALITY" DOES NOT MEAN THE ARTI CLE IS NECESSARILY EX PENSIVE DEPENDABLE TABLE LINENS Lot No. 1 consists of llleaclied Mer cerized Table linen, DS inches wide at sac Lot No. 2 consists of Blenched and Half nieaehod all linen table damask, 60 to 64 inch wide, 5e value at 4Xe. Lot No. 3 consists of 70 and 72 inch Mercerised 1-2 Bleached and full Bleached Table linens, allies to !M)c at ; ' Lot No. 4 consists of 70 and "2 inch German and Irish linen damask, 10 designs to choose from. Values to $1.50. Sale price ..IKk' Lot 5 consists of 72 inch Irish linen damask, a dozen designs to choose from, selling regularly at $1.73 per yard. Special $1.2u Lot No. G consists of all n our 72 inch plain and fringed double Irish damask, selling at $2.00 and $2.50 per yard. Special fl.M TOWELS i ART LINENS NAPKINS We can match any of the above lln- , ens with napkins and all are lot num bered for easy choosing at fully 10 per cent less than regular prices. Other nupklns are lot numbered as follows: Lot 1 consists of a large lot of Bleach and 1-2 Bleach Napkins. 18 inches Without question we curry the most varied lines of towels and tow ling that is carried in the State, our stock comprises towels from 5c cadi to the tin. st hand Embroidered linen towel at $2.50 and for this Thanksuivtug sale we have put special prices on all our towels. Special No. 1, an all cotton fringed I'.lrdseye towel, size 14x25. Special 4i"c dozen. Muck towel, size 16x32, special per dz $1 50 II ink towel, size 20 by 40, with em broidered woven edge, per dox. .$2.50 loo doien Assorted styles Pamask towels. Some Hemstitch other fringed with colored borders towels In this lot worth 35 and 40c. Special at 25c ea. Then wo carry a, large line of the In dividual toweis of Damask and lluck from tho plain linen Muck to the hand embroidered styles. Some with spaces for Monograms and crests nt from 45c on up to $2.50 each ami must be sure to be appreciated. Consisting of over 100 doxen Asso sizes and styles of loyles-Squure Table ltutiners and Bound Center Pieces made of Inawn Work linen Hemstitched Knd, also drawn work with Cluny Uice Kdge, also Scalloped edges these are nil placed on Center tables f(r easy selection as follows. Lot 1 consists of round and square lioylicH ami Center pieces With 'flr- Son and li.ittenherg Kdge, 50c value nt 2 !o Lot. No. 2 consists of Linen Dresser Scarfs, Lace Kdye ami Lin e Insertion, IITic value at itMc Lot No. 3 consists of an Immense line of embroidered and drawn work- d squares and ilressi r scarfs, 75o alues ut V Lot No. 4 Jap Drawn worked squares and Dn ssi r Scurfs $1.00 alues at !.V- 5 are values to $1.50. Sale j. . ... w j" i lo se pieces are maclitne cmoronu r- i X ed and Scalloped and will not ravel I tout. Dovleis come 6-In-12 and IS T tin h. Center pieces, 'JO-24 and 27 J f is X l.t No". X price . . Lot No. t price , I Lot No. X price . . ti are values to $2.00. 7 are values to $3. no. S are values to $3.50. square 0KC Lot 2 consists of 20-lnch square Bleach Napkins, value. $1.75 at $1.3.1 Lot No. 3 consists of a lot 20 inch square Napkins Herman linen, selling at $2.00 and $2.25. Sale price $1.(15 Lot No. 4 consists of a 22 inch square linen napkin, all designs and a fine duality at the special price of $2. Lot No. 5 consists of high grade 24 inch Irish linen napkins bought to sell with tho linen, but as the linen Is sold we will close out theRe odd nap kins worth to $5.00 at , .$!!. CJuest Towels. For Individual towels we h ive 30 dif ferent designs in, both Huck and Satin Damaskk from 25 to 75c the yard. TURKISH TOWELS Have you seen the New Silk Turkish Towel, the most luxurious towel made, 75c each to 9 1 .ISO Dozens and dozens of other Turkish towels both fringed and hemmed, bleached and unbleached from the small size to the large bath blanket size all underprlced for this sale at 10-12-15-19-25 and 35c. These prices must be compared for you to see the Mg values we are offering In this Sule. Lot No, price Lot No. 9 are values ut $4.b0. price This lot of Jap Drawn work Sale . . line Sale l.!IH Sale $2.25 Sale S2.UH Includes all sizes. 20-24-30-3 and 4& linn Bquares, also round center pieces and Is the best value ever offered in Albu querque. 20 Inch Bound Muderla Center pieces, Hand. Scallop edges. Special only A large line of assorted styles of linen lunch cloths, 36-45 and 5 4 Inch $1.00 and up. A large assortment of the n.'w Tea Napkins Hemstitched or Scalloped, priced from $3.00 to $10.00 dozen. Hemstitched Table (Mollis, Bize 66 by S6. This is a regular $5.00 value. Sneclul Inch oblong center pieces in various sizes. Dresser Scarf to mutch any center pieces, also lum h sets put U In Single Cartons of 111 and 26 pieces, containing center piece and atirs size Doylees to match to the set will be placed on sale dining this sale less 1 a per edit from f't'itlir orict s BED SPREADS We carry a full line of domestic rind I (iniioi-ted hod stii'eails In nlain hem- tiled fringed bein med scallop hem med and cut coiners. Price range, SI '... $1.50. $1.75. $2.00 and on c man. SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES We carry a full line of all sUes of sheets and pillow cases in tho well known brands of Pepperell and DwUht Anchor and during this sale We will allow a discount of 1') per cent on any purchases In this depait- T ment. t HEADWEAR SPECIALS Z A lot of rntrlmmed shapes from our Millinery department in leit, siik anu velvet. Worth from $1.50 to $4.50, choose at 60c each. A big lot of all colors Bearskin Hats for children, all sizes In the lot. These sell regularly from $1.00 t ) $2.50, choice of any In the lot ,.Mc A bltf line of children's Tains made of cloth, velvet and leather. Selling regularly from 7 5c to $2.50. Choice of any, 50c each. WWW til AMI. A full line of the Celebrated All-llnen Stevens Crashes at special prices dur ing this sale. Hlass toweling In various size checks Bed or ISlue check, ID Inch wide, 15c value at 10c yd. -t m m o o CO t half former Prices. I ' -' I Kins worm to o.ioi ai j t ..... ..4Jl4AA 4.4.4. m m o o o CO m o o z: o CO H ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST ' . ' , THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST j Society (Continued from Pago 1.) IMl'ty at the Masonic Temple Tues day night. Here, also JucU-o-lant-erns predomi.irtod in the decorations being profusely used and to weird advantage. The Fuhrmeyer Cavanuugh or chestra were on hand with their best dance melodies and, that the favorite pastime. The dance of ghosts Interspersed the regular danoe program. Lights Were lowered and In swarmed a Bheetcd army of spooks to the huge delight of the assembled crowd. A gaily decorated fortune booth was the place of rendezvous, for those in quisitive as to their fate and seeming ly many were anxious to know what the future held in store for them. The riotous gayety was long pro longed with a pause for supper wnlcn was of Hallowe'en variety, very ex (ellcnt withal. W. E. Grimmer head ed the proceedings, assisted in the re ception of the guests by Mrs. Grim mer, Mrs. Kcndls, Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Mike Mandell, Mrs. Williamson, Mrs. Kirch and others prominent in East ern Star circles. l'IMPKLV I llUI.lt . The Harry Kelly's had a gay Hal lowe'en party at their home Tuesday night. The Interior by the aid ot jack-o-lanterns, an Ingenious mind and clever hands had become a bow er wherein witches and goblins might well hold revel, so gaily and fantas tically was It decked. Instead a mer ry crowd played Five Hundred. ' There were three tables with the following players: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dagger, Mr. and Sirs. Harry Drumm. Mr. and Mrs. lienson Newell, Misses Frances pnd Irene Borders; Messrs. Buseh and Walter Dlsque. TV( rUV.KI Tl'BV IlACKWAItD! And thus docs Walt Mason give his opinion of present-day girls and pres-ent-day styles: Backward, turn backward, oh, time in vour flight and give us a maiden dressed proper and right. We are so weary of switches and ruts. Hilly Burk'o clusters and peach basket hats. Wnrls of jute hair In horrible pile, slacked on their hends to the height of a mile. Something is wrong With 4 he maidens we fear. (live us the girls we once knew of yore, whose curls did not enmejroni n hnirdn-ss A LITTLE DANDER1NE WILL MAKE YOUR HAIR LUSTROUS, SOFT, FLUFFY, ABUNDANT Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff If you Wish to Double the Beauty of your Hair in Ten Minutes surely Try a Danderine Kair Cleans? Your hair becomes light, wavy, flulty, abundant anj appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young giri's after a Danderine hair cleanse. . Just try this moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of du.st, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have douliled the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits particularly those who have been careless, whose h.i:r has been neglected or is scraj;gy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Kt-sidrs beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, puiilies and invigor ates the scalp, forever stopping itcbxig and falling hair. Try as you will, after one application of Danderine you cannot find any dandruff ' a loose or falling hair, and your scalp will never itch, but what will please you most will be after a few weeks' ujc when you will actually sec new hair fin and downy at first -yei but really new hair sprouting all over the sralp. Danderine makes the hair grow long, heavy and luxuriant and wc can prove it. If you care for pretty, soft hair and lots of it mirelv prt a 2S rent bottle of Knowlton'i Danderine from any druggist or toilet counter, and just try it. ft A 1 v. i Vv i;V viVl 1 fV. f fire ; " i S ing store. Maidens who dressed with a sensible view, and just as Dame Na ture intended them to. Give us a girl with her figure her own and fashion ed divinely by nature alone. Femi nine style's getting fiercer each year oh, give us the girls as they used to appear' fj HAGXY, l'.UtTV Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Hagny, 100 North Edith, entertained delightfully Hallowe'en night. Decorations were lavishly suggestive of the date and Hallowe'en festivities were in order. The supper table was gaily decked In Hallowe'en trimmings and the fav ors were small hand-painted plates. Those invited for the merry-making were Mr. and Mrs, U. C. Campbell, Mr, and Mrs. Boy Cowper, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shellhart, Miss Julia Bobertson and Mr, A, B. Bobertson. 9 IIIKATItH l'AKTV. nearly fifty strong had the time of their lives. Dancing wus a part ot the program and popping corn, cracking chestnuts, roasting marsh mallows and eating apples about a cheery lire made the refreshment hour a Jolly one. SOCIAL ItlLLFTINS. The contrary behavior of the ele ments notwithstanding, the Thirty club held their regular dance In Odd Fellows' hall Wednesday evening. What the crowd lacked In numbers it made up In jollity, and the dance was quite a merry one. Coffee and sand wiches were served during the even ing. The next dance is set for Wed nesday, November 15. The club has postponed the dance from next Wednesday to go to "Inside Inn." The club members, almost the original Thirty with their best girls, are to take In the rollicking musical comedv in a bunch. They are plan ning a glorious theater party out of the notable theatrical event. I NF-EDLKWOHK AM) Ml'SIC. Following the regular business meeting at the Woman's club Friday whs a social hour when needlework and delicious refreshments filled In the time delightfully. The musical program. Informally rendered, was likewise much enjoyed, Miss Margaret Bowles of Des Moines, Iowa, who Is stopping with Mrs. D. A, Bittner, sang and made known the fact that she has a really good voice. Very charmingly Miss Bowles sang "Three Green Bonnets" (Guy A' Har delot) and rendered equally as well Blumenthal's "Sunshine and Bain". Mrs. Oeorge Everltt and Miss Lillian Hesselden both played Is usual fin ished manner. "Fit.vn 1 llOLIC. The college contingent had the merriest and spookiest of revels Hal lowe'en night when the Slgma-Taus of the I'nlverslty of New Mexico enter tained the girl's sorority, the I'bl M us. The "frtit" house was lavishly decked for the event In jack-o-lanterns and other emblems of the night. Kgmont Arens Impersonating Nut Beiss, the famous carnival man, was conductor to tho various shows, one In each room, Among these Interesting side shows and the ones most patronized were the Ship of Kate, The Fortune Telling Tent, the Third Degree, the Sacred Bull and one for Ladles Only, whor a thrilling drama, the fatal wedding, was enacted. It was great fun and the crowd Mrs. Alfred ilrunafeld, who was de tained In Denver by a sudden Illness and who was unable to return with her duughter, Miss Belna Grunsl'eld, lust Sunday, Is expected home today. Mrs S. Thll'clder Is to entertain n crowd of the young folk Informally this evening in honor of her guest, Miss Levy. Mrs. Max Schuster nnd daughter Marguerite Schuster, society favorites here, who have gone to Philadelphia to reside, arc back on a visit. They arrived yesterday and are guests of Mrs. Schusters sister, Mrs. L. Keni penich, 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hancock will arrive today for a visit with the N. C. Armljo family. Mrs. Hancock was formerly Miss Aurella Armljo and hns been abroad with her husband for the past year. That's Right. nlshliiKS fur this state home for dis abled or aged Odd Fellows. Their dances ure Jolly affairs and well patronized by the dancing pub lic. An especially good crowd and an extraordinarily good time la expected at the dance this week. The committees In charge are as follows: Committee on arrangements 1. W. Dexter," J. 11. ShulflelMirger, B. 11. Crawford, . J. Votaw, J, It. White sides und T. T. Wells. Beceptlon committee (1. W. Dex ter, J. H. ShulTenbergcr, B. H. Craw ford, John Hughes. Guv Rummers, Andrew Hacker and K. II. Bailey. Floor committee Jcssl! Overton, Billey Mnltheus, Elsie Hlli.hue, J. B. Whitesldes , T. T. Wells and J. J. Votaw. V. V. C. A. MOVF.D. see the Inside Inn George Leanard. "I'm going to again." declared "Again " "Yes again." "You have seen it before then?" "Certainly, It wouldn't be again If I hadn't. Going to see 'The Innside Inn'' with me is like marriage wllh Nat Goodwin. You can't make it too often." rxuixn, to SAY Till: LEAST. Sometimes a little bad humor gets out In the best regulated household. Somebody's wife was avHully sore the other day. She had made an In effectual plea for another new hat and, w-as quite put out as a conse quence. The wife pouted, maintaining a dlgnllled silence, and the husband de voted his attention to their small son who was deeply engrossed In a gay picture book. After a particularly bright remark from tho youngster his father said proudly; "That boy gets his brains from me." "Well, someone got them from you, that's a cinch," was the quick retort of his wife. Woman's Wit. Speaking of domestic squabbles, here's one: "1 was n fool when I married you." "But, you're wiser, now?" "You i.et 1 11m." "Well. I've Improved you a little then, haven't I'.''' c LODGE DANCE. Harmony Lodge No. 1, the local Odd Fellows' lodge' are making ex tensive preparations for u dance In their hall next Thursday evening. The Odd Fellows are giving a series of dances for tho benefit of tho new home sit Bnswell, tho money derived from the dances to go In for tur- At liint the $5,000 campaign Is end ed. The Y. W. C. A. may now breath a slnh of relief and so may tho public The association changed head quarters yesterday and arts now es- coiisced In the handsome new quart ers on Koutii j mm. r.vei y wnim ia splc and span, shining with newness and strictly sanitary. The rooms are lellghtful and ready tor occupants. This is to call the attention of the business girls and others desiring modern rooms at moderate prices to the new Y. W. C. A. building. There tho comforts of home may be Secur ed with pleasant surroundings and an atmosphere elevating and educa tional. Most everyone knows what a Y. W. C. A, home is and this one Is to be maintained In the most npprov. ed style and under Jurisdiction of the .natlonnl association. xniSEHY NOTES. who leaves our party and goes over to tho other one." The boy considered gravely and be ing of u logical turn of mind asked, "But daddy, what Is a mui who leaves bis party and comes over to yours?" "A convert, my sun." c Why Not. This from the household of a man who stays home: Hubert, heir to father's millions ? ) Is four years did and likes chicken, The other evening be was told sum marily that he couldn't have any i "11 ,,-IH ittnku eon lck " the liar- ents told him. "Well", he argued, mid his eyes grew blue with wonder", why not get sick? I've got to take medicine any way, haven't 1 ?" f Circus vs. Church. Fond'papas and mamas are con stantly telling us the cute little things that their offsprings say. Nursery notes are often Interesting and the affixed especially so. Little Helen had been out to n children's party. Before going she bad been care fully Instructed by her mother to take only one piece of cuke, and when they should ask her to have another to say, very politely: "No, I thank you". At home again Mother was ques tioning her. "Did you tako only one piece cake?" "Yes, mania." "And did they more?" Yes, of offer you nny ma ma. They cnnio around again with It and 1 snld 'No, I thank you.' Then they came around ng.nln and I Just didn't want, to say, 'No I thank you, any more," "You didn't take another piece did you?" "No I said what daddy always says when you want him to have some more of something, nnd ho doesn't want It. I wild: 'Take thu d stuff away!" It all Depends I'pnii tUa Point 'f View. Another kiddie who's father Is a politician beard him use the expres sion "a traitor In politics." "Daddy" he questioned wldo eyed, "What's a traitor In politics?" "Why, my son, u tiailor Is a man There's a young lad In town who likes circuses and has not cultivat ed a taste for church. His mother takes him to church every Sunday and bis father to every circus that come along. After his return from the last cir cus his mother said: "Well, dear, bow did you like It "" His eyes widened and he answered with earnest and grave enthusiasm: "Mama, If you once went, to Hie circus you'd never, never consent to go to church iikiiIii In all your life." AND THE GIFT CAME HACK. A funny experience was that of a well known society matron. Shu en tertains lavishly and not so long ago gave a bridge party. Tho first prize was a beautiful one and won bv an other woman popular In social circles. Then the other day tho latter gave a party to which the former was In vited. The afternoon games over, it was decided that the first mentioned society matron had won the prize. Imagine her urprlno when she was handed tile same prir.e given by her self at the previous party. I LAIIOlt XTE Ml SUA I.E. The Woman's club ore H have an elaborate muslcalo the af-.jrnoon ot November 114. It will be open to the public, being one of two open mei tings each year. Mrs. Mabel lllmoe and Mrs. Kay Boruft ure In charge or the ii.Mgrem, which will be a. brilliant one. Tim best talent In town has been 'ict'red ami active preparations uro iiiidci way to make tills the hlggcs'. mudcu( ecitt ever given by the duo. iti: i:itk Kilt PASTOH. The Congregatlonalisls ha.l a pain evening in the church parlors Thuis. day night complimentary to tbeli pastor, ltev. Bertram Tolbert and Mrs. Tolbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Bald ridge, nceiilly returned from Call lornla. Quite the feature or the evening was the splcndt.l musical program. Miss Helen Anders in, home from (iberlln and a really gifted pianist, delighted her hentvri 'villi piano se lections and Slanicv Seder was Una as usual In pipe organ I elidltloiiK. Mrs. Winchester and Miss Hoso llarsch sang, their lUmbci's helnsf es pecially enjoyed. The lunch was served by the Ladles Aid society of lb,' church and was no small part of. tho tven ng s pita-Mires. Mrs. Speller of the "American Queen" corset company or Chicago, will be with Mrs. Newcomer at tlia Art Shop on Tuesday. She will dem onstrate the front laced corset with patented piece under laces. Mrs, Newcomer will be glad to have the ladles avail themselves of this opportunity to learn more of this Rtyllsh and conifortahle garment. ,' 4- i New Mexico's ioe Art Jewelers All goods selected with regard to their artistic merit. If you wish to purchase a Wedding Present that is up-to-date and in good taste, buy of 5. VANN & SON 212 West Central Ave. tt.4.'l'