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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912.
r,.1T.vTTTT,.. FIVE. ? T t f y y y y t t y Follow ftlhe Crowds to I l I I 1 II II & II PAY MY Starts this morning at 9 a. m. and this afternoon (Thurs.), at 2 p. m. with 3 sensational specials: i 2,000 yards of fine, new, fresh Percales at the most startling price ever Quoted : on wash goods. Promptly at 2 p. m. you will Have the chance to buy it at X the little price of-- 3e Follow the Crowd f t y r f ? ? t f ? ? I y Follow the Crowd Muslin Underwi Sal a V At 2 p. m. today Muslin Night Gowns, Corset Covers "and Drawers the greatest value ever offered in the whole coun JL tiy ! choice, only IS ? OPEN EVENINGS ? y At 2 p. m., $1.00 27-inch Flounces. Beautiful wide 27-inch Embroidery Flounces, fresh and new, values to $ 1 .00. To start our mighty New Goods Sale, yours for only, a yard IS FOO COo 4TH 8 CENTRAL r ? t ? ? y t ? ? t t 3 SOCORRO BOOSTERS CHARLOTTE PRATTIPROF. BEDFORD TO ST JOHN'S GUILD TO PLACE MARKERS OKI MESA ROAD SIGN POSTS TO GUIDE MOTOR CAR TOURISTS Good Roads Committee Comes Here From Gem City to En list Support for Highway South of Albuquerque. Z. F. Gibbons, K. H. Sweet, F. J. Purlieu and W. 1J. Nowcomb arc a ' party ol good roads enthusiasts who spent ycatcnlay In Albuoui roue, huv iiig arrived In the evening before front Koiorro, via Hun Antonio and Cur thage. In Mr. O hh-.ns' Kurd car. The party niude the tii;j, 13U mile s. In Just nine hours, whit h inrluded stops at very cross road, where they put ti iiH giving directions to travelers ! the distance to the next point. The signs, which are of steel and liioumed on Iron pipe, are of a sub stantial character, und will ho of much service to automobile partiea making 'e trip aouth on their way to the transcontinental road, now nearlng completion, between Hocoiro, iiag daiena and the Arizona line. In addition to placing the signs the n lsion of the Socorro good roads . committee la to Investigate shorter nd more feasible route between Al l'uiuerrjue and the Oem cily. -eukiiie of their trip lust night, Mr. Sweet declared thut he believed Hie beat practical route, and one that could be made available at the expenditure of not to exceed l."inn, will be found to be that which fol lows the present meaa road to a point about five miles from Keeker station, on thp Kastern Itailroad of New Mex ico, thence West in an uir line to the narrows of the Wo Orarde at Sun Acaiio, crossing the river on a cable ' rry, which ia now being Installed, and following the west bank a dis tance of some fifteen miles to Socorro. ThlK road is about forty miles shorter nun the route to Socorro, via Car thage and San Antonio. The convict ang, which has recently completed the road between Socorro and Mag dab na. will be at once put to work on the roa() from San Aencio to K corro and It Is expected Hint this por tion of the road will be In first-clu h;ipe wlthiif a lew weeks. Cit!z nr ; of Koci rro, and those residing c.long the route of the proixwd I'.lghway. : iae already subscribed iiuo toward ,he completion of the project, and the Socorro countv men believe h difficulty should be experienced ill "-curing a subs.riptlon of a like or larger an ount In Alhuo.tiernue toward iniprovina; thlj end cf the proposed highway. (,n the trip tip i.imi Socrro, the '"ad as Ren. rally Ictmd in fair con nltinn. though it could Iw Improved r a little wotn, espetlally t.y outllns y the high centers which are the ot automobile drivers In many "" C s. Acioinpanled by Oakey Clifford, the Albuquerque men yesterday af:rrnooti j ade a trip through the heavy sandi ' torrallea on the Jem -I'nngs road. Mr. Oibbons' Frd car "d no difficulty In negotiating the d Places in the road, and he Is co.i iilent ,ht , V(ry ljltu, mork wi 'e the Jemes road passable for "I'i'ost any automobile of sufficient P r. LEADING LADY IN I OPEN DANCING ENTERTAIN COLLEGE PLAY She Will Portray Difficult Role of Heroine in "Brown of Har vard," Forthcoming Univer sity Production, ACADEMY El One of the features of the university play, "Brown of Harvard," which Is So be presented at the Elks- next Mon day evening, Is the- capable hand into which the female par:a nave been placed. Nearly all of the lir co- in who are to play the partH of cqti.i.ly fair co-eds and college widows in '.liV bright and snappy colic. ;e play, hive had experience in appearing before the public, either In some former varsity attraction or in other wtva. The leading feminine character has teen given Miss Charlotte I'ratt and she ia fully sustaining the reoutc"; n us an actress which she built up whil appearing in the Klks' last hhow her.', the "Inn-tide Inn." Miss Pratt makes an Ideal heroine, and takes her ( rt with an ease ana naturalness that are not usually found In amateur pi.xiu ti ns. The title of this part is "Kv lyn Ktnyon, idol of the college crew and sweetheart of Tom Urown, the hero. Mits Charlotte Leml.ke play Marion Thome In a manner which serves to bring out her ability In a manner even more marked than wa the case when she appeared In "A Kose o' Plymouth Town," and Mrs. Howell, who Is accorded th ungrac ious duty of presenting u woman f middle-age, cheerfully buries her .nv.n features and characteristics beneath the characterliation cf Mrs, Kenyon and will undoubtedly wore one of the hits of the play. Miss Crlsman, as K'lith Si fin';- Aill be a surprise to Albuqucme audi ences, for she Is a recent aiM"isl!io:i to the university dramatic clti les aim one which is very welcom,-. Slo. Im. take a number of parts in aniutetir plays before, and handle lir 1 1 with grace and marked lone Bbility. The r heisals cf the play ari louiiJ ing It Into shape nicely and Con-'h Luiham can he arsured of .icoiin a great success with this, his first Albu querque production, when It is finally placed hefare the public. Great interest is being taken In the. I roHinimli.n. and a large crowd i;., ure to attend. Peats will go on nalc late In the week, meanwhile tickets, nn be stcured from varsity students.! Well Known Teacher of Two Step and Waltz to Organize Classes in Albuquerque,- Be ginning Monday, J - Professor V. ft. Redford of New York city. Instructor In ballroom and fancy dancing, hnn arrived .In Albu querque and announce that begin n'ng on Monday next he will conduct ' 1 MONDAY by "Ye Old School" and Supper Followed Tyme Singing Dance, Features of the Final Affair Before Lent' Elaborate preparations are being made for the supper, musical enter ta'nment and dance to he given by the ladies of St. John's Ouilil, Monday evening, at Masonic Temple. Supper a line, home-cooked spread will be served irom 5:110 until 7 o'clock, and at 8 o'clock the musical entertain ment. In charge of Mrs. 1". I.. Hrad tord und Mrs. A. S. Morrlssette, will commence. This feature will be both unique and enjoyable and partb ipat. 1 'n by leading home tub nt. The Kuhr-meyer-Cavanaiigh orchestra lias been engaged for the dancing, which will be enjoyed the major portion of the evening. For the supper, a charge f 3.1 cents will be made, with nn addi tional Z cents for the evening enter tainment, the entire proceeilM to be used for the benefit of St. John's Episcopal church. Supper will be ,n charge of the following ladles: Mrs. John Milne, Mrs. (ieirge S. Klock, Mrs.. V. II. King. Mrs. S. T. Vann, Mrs. C. M. Hnrnes, Mrs. W. V. Wal ton, Mrs. C. E. Lowlier, Mr. A. I haves, Mrs. T. F. Heed, Mrs. Will iam Jenks. Mrs. K. (iurden und Mr.i. E. S. Kates. FIRE DESTROYS FRAME HOUSE ON BARELAS ROAD An alarm of fire, turned In by tele phone, called out the Central fire department at 11:15 this morning, to 1215 Marelas road, where a frame houte, owned by Fidel Apodaea, was half destroyed bv the flames. The department had a run of almost a mile and when it arrived at the scene the fire was practically beyond control. However, the firemen succeeded In preventing the total destruction ol the house. The dwelling was linoceu pltd. The lo.t was about $500, The origin of the fire Is unknown. -r Results From Journal Want Ads SCOTT NIGH T W T ON T BOX PARTY Odd Fellows' Hall Will Be Scene of Gay Social Affair Begin ning Promptly at 8:15 To Knight will begin his work as auc tioneer and the crowds will protrie' node along the br oths, where cund.v, aprons and other articles .of a lik? nature will be offered for sale. Those who purchase' lunches will eat them in the banquet room adjoining tho hall. Coffee will be served gratis. After the lunches are disposed cf, a musical program will be offered by the t'avnnaugh-l'uhrnieyer orchestra, with Herbert J. Asselln and Italph J. Keleher In charge. The music will continue until I o'clock, or later. All in all, the utratr tonight prom ises to be a big society event ami the fact that the general public is cordially invited means that a very large number of people will attend. The at? mission price has been fixed t twenty-five cents. Assisting the Soilallsts this evening will be Mrs. J. If. O'Klelly, Mil. 1). A. Macphurson, Mrs N. Marron, Mrs. Charles H. White, Mrs. J. E. Sinlthers and Mrs. J. II. llerndon. Silk Petticoats for $2.95 The best ever in Taffeta Mes- Wlth the signing up lun night of Feott Knight to be the official auc tion, er, the members , f the Vouni Ladles' Sodality Society completed Ihel last detail in the arrangement for, galine and Silk JerSCV t00 With the box social to bo held this evening . , ... , .. in .id Fellows' imii. The card piay SiiK laneia Tuifie in great line wVf, V" 'Th'r'suporvbVi'n "tf assorted colors and black, val- Thomas J. Nayli n The game will be C fjf) fill S.llf1 ffir $2 95 high live, and handsome prlr.rs are to "CS 10 UM bJit IUI V&.VJ. war, to the winners of the most Rnrn Dm a nru finnric flfl. lug the card pirly, Mr. " J " In games, Folio A. a, A ntor. W. H. KKIll'OKU. a danciiiir academy In Colombo hall. Professor Itedford Is a member of the American National Assot latloii of Dancing Masters and will teach his pupils the latent and most up-to-date duncis, including tile evt r-popu!.ir two-step and waits. For the pai't tw:lye years the professor has been teaching dancing in the various cities of the east and middle west. He makes r specialty ot teaching children how to dance, fancy drills and de portment. Professor Hi ilford will oe assisted in the conduct r the academy by L. P. Field, who recently came here from Denver. P TIM E 1 T t t f r IT t t r ? HBVQTII THFIITFB UIIIUII1L I lll-ll I L.II T UNUSUALLY AIOUflCESTREA FOR PATRONS How's This? HiM tvlara Kw,r tr aur rM , ("urk "l M irr4 lit Hall f- t. fnEXET CO.. ToW. O. 4-T-:ln,a ta keini r. J. i lr"T u"l re.r. aft krHore kin t T '" rUl Hi all ba-itM iracaMkna AT. BAXK 'F rOUVFRCf. tri " r.l.rr rvrr t- trk- Ixtrrnallr. rtnf - ' I -fc4 ,l am Mir"-" . . '"lal ei.t frr. rYS i 7 :l. m u ail brcrlta. I abli IMU tmr ..t'11. Broh and Lyons in Songs and Dances Please Big Audi ences; Some Excellent Mo tion Pictures Feature of Bill. The manager of the Crystal theater takes pleasure in announcing one of the best programs of photo plays ever se ft In the city. The theatergoers will be afforded a re: trst in the motion dramas today and hmnrri w at this popular playhouse. "Jack and the Beanstalk." an Edi son film, in one well calculated to ideas young and old. and A Secrrt Wedding." by Sclig Ccmpany, ia drama of rich settings, A laughable comedy. "Her I'ncle'a Oorsent," ty ! La bin. introduces j-oino photo play I favorites in delightful roles. GOOD Heart and Flowers Appear For Last Time Tonight; Orphans Quartette Opens Engagement Tomorrow. An unusually good show goes on " the Pastime today with the regular Thursday change of program. Ton feature film Is a strong dramatic Photo play by the celebrated Vitn graph Company, 'Father and Son." "The Tramp and the Hear Is the title of an excellent l.ubin fiin,. and the Eclipse Company have a romantic and !eautifully staged romance. "Love Will Find a Way." Heart r.! Powers will make their last appearance In. comlr and operatic singing. Ik ginning Friday, and all the week, the management otters the tirpha-is Quartet aa the vaudeville feature, an attraction which the management takes Just pride in offering natrons of the Pastime. How to car a cold la question In which many are lnTetvtd Juat bow. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has I'roh and Lyons, the new vaud, v'll won Its great reputation and Immense earn, are atxve the average, aid sale by Its remarkable cure of colds, their songs and dances are pleasing It can always be depended upon. For Wg audiences each night. iaale by all drurglsts. OUR First Annual February Clearance Sale of Furni ture and House Furnishing Goods will start tomor row. This sale will be an event of unusual magni tude and interest to buyers of furniture in Albuquerque. We will draw on all our many complete lines and prices will be reduced to a point that will give the occasion an irresistible impetus from the start. It will be our first annual February Clearance Sale STARTING FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. We find it absolutely necessary, in order to make room for heavy purchases of new goods for the coming season, to dispose of much of our already very large stock. Our storehouses as well as our salesroom are full. For this reason we shall offer to the public the greater t opportunity they have ever had to purchase new, stylish and high grade Furnishings at REDUCTIONS FROM ONE-FOURTH TO ONE-HALF OF OUR USUAL MODERATE PRICES. Our stock includes all that is good and beautiful in Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Draperies, Stoves, Ranges, Etc. Every house-furnishing want can be found here, and at prices that will ipduce early buy ing of spring needs. See Friday's paper for unequaled furniture bargains. f ? ? 5 t ? ? ? ? T f ? X ? I VMVAtVVMV e . A . -. J.