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The Season's New Laces This season's extraordinary demand for lace finds our new Mock lavishly full mid fimltlcKHfy rcprcseiitatlvo of nil UmI fashion lias decreet! correct.. May we urge this Bh your personal invitation to enjoy the rouily wonderful collec Hon we present for tlie public's approval? Art Needlework Department r have nt Ihe space lo enumerate all the new tliliiMx In Art Needlework rcccHed during the week, but they will nil he on c I il lil ion tomorrow uml ou mi' cordially Invited lo call and see (Ik-mi. Our line of fctum'd Noxcllios Is by far lle most cxti'iinlxc and attractive wo liao rter shown. THE STORE PROGRESSIVE THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1912. v. trm i r- , r.F.AIiTIFlJL Hprnratinns tn nlcasp thp eve-the. newest of new merchandise to please the heart price tickets or NfirinO I MIC IS nCrC""8l CCOnOmiSt " PlainIy marked reasonableness to please the purse-happy, willing clerks anxious to wait upon you-altogethcr an "f" env environment you can hardly fail to appreciatewelcome. New Neckwear for Women All the new decrees of Dame fashion are here for your inspection Chemisettes, Jabots, Kabats, Cascades, Dutch Collars, Coat Sets, Dress Sets, Collars and Stocks, In all the latest noveltv laco effects mull, pique, lawn, embroidery and llrten Also a choice, complete line of the latest ribbon flow ers. Special prices, 25o, 50c, UOf, $1.00 and $1.35. IJKAUTHTIi WHITE FAB1UCS l'OB GKADUATION DKESSES. Already many are preparing the dainty gown for the eventful day, a sensible proceeding, for varieties are now at the very height of fullness. We mention Embroidered Voiles, Marquisettes and Batistes, 27, 45 and 54 inches wide. Prices range, by the yurd, at $1.00, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00, In the plain Voiles, Marquisettes, Batistes, French, Per sian and French Eawns and French Batistes prices run at 25c, 35c, 10c, 05c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. We wilKgladly show you these pretty fabrics whether or nut you are ready to purchase. MOW GLOVES J'OIt THE NEW GOWXS. It coBts no more to buy the TrefouBwe and if you have (hut brand on your hand you can enjoy the coinCortiiblo ussiiraiice of wearing the best. , The new importations represent shades Htiltablu to be worn with any of the fashionable spring fabrics. $1.00 lo $1.50. WOMEN'S SII.K HOSIEHY. , Vine Thread Silk, $1.00 Value, Special, at 75c. Full fashioned, high spliced heels, lisle soles und deep lisle garter welt tops; black and all colors. Women's Elsie Hosiery, Special al. pulr, 19v. Full fashioned, high spliced heels and double tops; good iluable wearing quality; black only. Women's Silk Hosier), for $1.00. pair it.'c. Cobweb silk hosiery; seamless lisle toes and heels and lisle garter top; fast dye, black only, Men's Silk Hosiery at, pair 25c. Fine thread silk., seamless lisle toes anl heels., sheer gauze weight. . bluck, tun and few colors. Special 25c. SI'KIXG NOVELTIES IN 1HTTOXS. Crystal und Crochet Millions In New .Stylo to Match the Suiting. Large demand has buen prepared for in clear crystal and white buttons of all colors fur use on white serge and worsted suits ami dresses. . Silk cord and crochet buttons are also be- lug-used for 'those. White cotton crochet flat and ball but 'tons will be in large use for suits and dresses of lliion modi fied,, Terry cloth or agaric and lingerie effects. Modest as can be, but pretty, fascinating In design and shape and color. CAM. AND SEE THEM. 1 "vtA J JS Millinery of Your Choice of a NiiiiiImt Strikingly New and llcuutl ful Spring Mtslcls. Beautiful Spring Millinery Never before In the history of millinery selling hus there been offered such a complete and distinctive l!ne of smart tailored hats as will be shown here at $1.35 and up. Kcvry wanted shape is In the collection. Some are of all straw braid; some are of taffeta silk, others are of combinations of these material.-!. The trimmings are flowers and foliage, ta eta silks, ribbons, embroidered band ings, mallnes and fancy feathers. In a word E V E It Y T H I N (I THAT IS I'P-TO-DATK. An endless variety of trimmed huts now on sale at JlTi.OO down to $5.00. Come a fashion treat awalls everybody in our Millinery Suc-tion. $11.50 $15.00 $17.50 Suits MMiXII'ICKM' COM, EC- TION OF VITWIMil.V KTM.EH Women's and Misses' Spring Suits Foil illy Featured rc (iilslle liiH'orils In navy blue, bluck. gray, tan, tvyo-tuiiu und iridescent shading. The Ever popular Finest Grade Serges In n.tvy blue, black, tun. gray and season's newest colorings, . All our suits are masterfully tailored on soft, easy, graceful lines, with rich silk linings tliut harmonize. Beautiful mucrame, Irish and point hu es, silk braids, terry cloth, cording, silks, dainty buttons and buckles trim thus suits. Hueli symmetry and har mony of lout and skirt have never been realized they un tile true I'urislan styles, fur which custom tailors ask $.15. fla to $75. 0(1: her . at $1 1. 50, $15.5(1, $17.50, $25.00. $25.00 Extraordinary Values in Spring Dresses and Coats SIl.K IHtESSES Changeable taffeta In the new side effect, trimmed with broad band of niacrame lace, outlined with velvet buttons, postilion back $7.50 und up. SEItGE I HI ESSES Several very smart models In F.mplre und coat styles, trimmed with contrasting color serge, braiding and lace collars.. $12.75 mid lip PONGEE AM SF.HGE C Vl'S Full length models, new spade cedars of while serge, outlined with wide silk braid and many oilier atlrneilva styles $11.50 and up KEItGF, COATS In blue, bin and Capenliugen, trimmed wittt rntllo alia, braiding, ornamentation or white cloths VN.50 nod up The Waist Department la. W - r . It A V. Ml -W ' W W s Bm i l pi HI i A WOMlEHI l 1 1'E TI'HE i OF THIS STOKE! . Truly wonderful because it tliHpl.ijs a collection of waists that contains unusual steles anil values from 75c to $5,011 that ere beyond competition. We menu lo bullil up in II. Is department the biggest popu lar price waist business In Al buquerque. t iiiisiial Models In IU.OISE l COATEE UNGFKIE WAISTS. tl 50, Kl.tl i, $2.05. Exquisitely Heaiilirul CHIFFON. I. ACE AMISIIJi. WAISI'S, $2.05, ;!. .'., I45IIO. Tailored Shirts Made of Minli'us $1.50 mid up Made of Pongetti) $1.50 and l' Made of Sidsette $2.00 ami up Made of llabutul till It ;S.OO and up. l- - Society. (Continued from Page I.) PKUSOXAG MENTION. Miss Florence E. Stone, of Winfield, Kan., who is to be the new general secretary of the local Y. W. C. A., if expected to arrive In the city Tuestuiv. Miss Stone Is a graduate of the South western University 0f Kansas, and was formerly city secretary of the Y. W. V;. A. or WHlcnoo, luvva. mi.-ia latter pint of the week for Arizona. SI i s. Kilward Mann and her guest. Miss Bessie Ferris, of Macon, Mo., ex pect to leave' for Santa- Fe tomorrow to spend seVeritl' days with Mrs. Isaac Barth. Mrs. Mann had a few friends in Informally, to meet Miss Ferris, Satur day afternoon, and is planning s larger affair ufler Lent, In honor of her visitor. ' i - Ex-Governor Herbert J. Hagerman was a visitor In town last week. Gov ernor Hagerman purchused a hand some 1912 model Cadillac car from Mr. llahn during his stay, und had it shipped to his home at , Koswell. Jewelry YE have one of the largest, cleanest and . best selected stocks v of Jewelry in the city i to select from. Our repair work is first class, and prices the lowest. New goods every day. W.O.Harris 115 S. Second St -: Next to First Na tional Bank. Just so it doesn't mean Increased pop ularity, tlie purchase is all right wltn us. Mrs. D. A. Bittner, president of the Woman's club, was chosen delegate at the last meeting of that organiza tion to represent the local club at the state federation In ltoswell, March 28 and 29. Mrs. Aaron ltoScnwald is visiting relatives In the city, enroute from Denver to Los Angeles. Her daughter. Jetty Rosenwald, . Is in Denver and will Join Mrs. Rosenwald In Califor nia later in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Kelly have gone to Faywood Springs to spend a month or six weeks. The Kellys will return to this oily for a short stay and leave in June for New York, where they expect to spend tho sum mer months. Mrs. J. O. Sehwentker has returned from a trip to New Orleans. Mrs. Schwentker was Joined In El Paso by Dr. Schwentkr.' who wan enroute home from Columbus, N. M. ' The Fuhrnicver-Cavumiuh orches tra nlavcil Monday In Gallup at a hlg dance and again In Helen Wednesday night at an elaborate social atfalr. Ia-oii S. Stem, formerly of tills city now of ItedoiKlo. Calif., was in town last week greeting old friends. Mr. Stem was gjiest of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Stem. Miss Iela Arinljo returned Wednes day from a week's visit with Mrs. Sol T.iina at Los I.unas. Mrs. I.iina came I home with Miss Armljo anil remained until ycsicruay. : COLLEGE GLEE CM II TONIGHT. nesday Mrs. Gavin, a nurse in the Santa Fe hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Xafziger are making their home in Belen. Thursday afternoon, at 5 o'clock, Miss Georgia Agnes Johnson was wedded o Harry Loniison Mallette, a popular Santa Fe coast lines engi neer. The ceremony was performed at St. John's Episcopal church, the Impressive ritual being read by Arch deacon W. E. Warren. The marriage servico was witnessed by Goorge E. Johnson, father of the bride, and i. K. Mallette brother of the groom. The young couple have numerous friends In town who are greatly in terested In their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Mallette have taken up th con nubial residvneo ut 408 North Second street. ' VIOLIN 111 ITAI.. If life,' you are tired of the "simple ..t,,l l,.nfrlnr for MtOOU ohirOtO go see tne tieioii imm emu en, "i ty-'slx singer and Instrumentalists at F.lks' theater tonight. That Is. If you To be siir the fame of the college mandolin and glee clubs has spread about until there Is a wild rush for each attraction. The Belolt hum h Is said to e one r the very best on the s'unta Fe circuit, and If so. It has to -go some." for some of the clas siest shows ever put on In the opera hous have leen staged by the col lege oraanixatlomi. There are sixteen voices und fourteen niemiM-r of the mandolin club, with several vocalists and soloists In the Belolt organization. Th- h"us- thrown open to tn public at o'ebs k this evening. TUO WEIMHXGS OF THE WEEK. Cupid got n the job" again last week, making four well known oun people two. through the uul pro cess of law. and the kindly assists n-e of the preacher. The first of the. weddings occurred Wednesday iltet noon at the Christian ohurrh parson age, with Rrr. Hertnon P. WlHinrw officiating. Th principals were Air. Ethel Gavin and Mr. Clan-nee II. Nafliger. and ha k of their marriaa' lies a hospital romance thai would do Jostle to a moving picture Dim. Mr. Nafaiger the only survivor of . . tr. 1 II- .rM-k mM.lt mri- oosly Injure! seven men. all of whom died from tn enena or ineir The pupils of Miss Olgu Selke guxe a recital Friday evening at the home of Mrs. J. E. Elder, which whs large ly attended by relatives and friends of the performers. The violinists, all of whom acquitted themselves splen didly, were Adella Elder. Gladys Har ris. Ralph Rogers, 'arl Myers, Marie Paulsen and Mrs. Richardson. Man dolin solos were rendered by Grace Gibson, Ralph Gibson and Glen Em mons. Several enjoyable selections worn played by the mandolin club consisting of Ibe following: I' ll si mandolins, Glenn F.minons. Grace Gibson: second mandolin. Kutph Gib son: guitar, Carrie Harris; pianists. Robert Elder, Mrs. ohcrhollxcr anil Mrs. Elder. corvntv FAIR THE N EAT ATTRACTION. The "Country Fair" Is next Thurs day, and everybody is requested to resurrect old fashioned toggery and go. This unluiie entertainment Is to be given by the Presbyterian Ijidles Aid soeletv In the church parlors tn evening of March ZN. and promises to be good fun. The varied attractions will Include a lunch counter, lemon ade stand, lie cream corner. Faster earn booth, candy stand, an srt le psrtiiiem, a fortune teller, and a big side show with plenty of surprise,. Oh e, and . merry-go-roiind with free rldea. Though not Insisted iisn. It Is preferred that everybody come dressed In country style. No matter how old-fashioned, the more so the better, as the makeups are to tend to ward the u'ierou. "It happens for a dime." In the words of the famous J. Sum Houston. That's what It costs you to gel In the Retting out mav prove another story. Hut It's a gcsinl cause, so what's the difference. AXM'U, Mr.ETING. The annual meeting of the Xlisslon ary sot iety of the Presbyterian rliunt was held tn the church parlor Thurs day afternoon and was largely at tended. The election of officers fr the ensuing year was the huf busi ness, the following competent roster lelr. iinanlmtMisly ihna-n: Presi dent. Mr. John Mordy: be president. Mrs. k. Klwood; aecretarv. Mrs James kett; treasurer. Mrs M. T. Caldwell: secretary iJ literwiure. Mm Charles Hewitt; pianist. Mrs. Allen Keller. t IlltfING rKTIF". associationnot A-l. bid A-4 gave a successful dance In .odd Fellows' hall, Wednesday night. Not only was the crowd and time "large," but the receipts were entirely satisfactory. And as the proceeds derived from the Jolly dance go toward' establishing n better ball team, the boys arc natur ally elated over the financial out come. , That the big bunch attending had ar glorious! time docs but add to the general satisfaction of the pro tltotors. Music wus furnished by the Booster orchestra, which aggregation is gaining In favor steadily. other appointments were In keeping, the programs being especially attractive. The committee In chnrgo was: Floor, Ray Carson. Chester l.owe and A. I). Mathews; arrangements. . Clarence H. Davidson, E. Blood, W. Turnbull, George Clarke and George Jones. Another enjoyable- dunce of the week past was Riveu Monday lilghl In (bid Fellows' InilL Members of the Fraternal Brotherhood were hosts, and their particular, bliilid of hospi tality'! Is well known la the social world of entertainment. Jt wus a St, Patrick's dunce, ' the .areen predom inating in the handsome decorations. The Booster orchestftt played and the crowd wus worth the efforts of Ho committee in rhnrgo! a a) The Royal Neighbors hue a dance planned for next Thursday nlKht. March 2X. This is one of an enjoy able series, and will without a dotibl receive liberal piilronage. ut m il AFFAIRS. Scully and Mlnnls. A big crowd was nut and a neat sum was realised from the charmingly arranged affair, as well as a good Ohio for the partlcl pai .. a The regular meeting of the Women's society of Hid Coiigregallonul church was held Thursday afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Shcllhart. tin 7 North Fourth street. Following tha brief business session, a dYllBhtf ul social hour wus enjoyed. At the home of Mrs. Pitt Ross Wed nesday afternoon last, the W. C T. C. held a business meeting. Important transactions went to make tho meet Ink', exceedingly Interesting to the members: " The social hour after the business session was greatly enjoyed. SILVER CITY-MAN IS CONVICTED OFMURDEH The members of i. John's guild In Id the riluil l'llteli XI-w i II u K.itllcl inis at the home of Mrs. V. Y. Wal ton Wednesday. AH work Is fli Isbed up for the Faster baxaar, to be hcbl the Wednt sdav after Easter HuiidiO. and the time Intervening will hi spent in perfecting plana and mskiiis final arrangements. The tea will Blven at llf: home of Mrs. .iimdo Chaves. s The Good t'itisens' league held a bamiiiet In (be Methodist church par lors Thursday night, at which Ji hn It. Hammond, of F.I Paso was lionoi guest. Covers were laid for an ccii hundred, the irne repast served be ing in charge of the Methodist loll" The feature of the evening was an address by Mr. Hammond on Ito stM-ial evl and the HboltUon of whtt slavery. other ministers lie hiding Rev. C. O. Pei km a n. Rev. II. P Wil liams, Rev S. E. Allison sue othi i talked on kindred sublet is. a The Christian Endeaorrs of the Gobi and Broadway Church ' of Christ, had a, gala night. Thinl i. at the t (lurch. A elet er plsl-i n the fesliire of the program, dUii'Hi ! by aoriss and reading. Game and good lliimts to est ended the irolie. mhltfl was attended by a large tii.io- er and proMinged until late. The Woman's Hoire and Foreign Missionary society of the Is.l aM-nio MethiHlix i hureh met in the thumb parlors Thursday afternoon. Busnc-!-transactions preceded an Informal clj hour. The ladles Aid stsicty l the Ktr-t M-thodkt church will met-i at the parsonage neat Thursday afier nxn, Manh J". f An eeially enjovalde 1,-fl a given lt Thursday afternoon at 'he ,,,; Mi J. ff p .'. -. FRUIT TREES IN BLOOM AT BELEN AND VICINITY Barring Severe Frost or Unus ually Cold Weather Prospects for Big Yield Never Were Brighter, (StieeUI t'rraiMnilrae to Mornlag 4on-n.ll Silver Ciiy, N. March 23, The liny in the case ol' Juan Ft ilia iiile., i har;.-ed wllh the murder of Mrs. Bel lie Poller on Ibe ninlil of Februarj .".lb, broiiKht in a veldlcl of tnurder ill tile second degree. The body ot Mrs l.,llir Him lollllil the IMOI'llillU Lifter the murder not a ureal ways Ironi toe Siiiitu Fe tlcpol wiiii ni'i Iiead crushed and throat t ut. An. th,.r illsaureeablo snow Storm visited Grant county on Friday, niak-i iiiK the snow in the mountains ipine hemy. It mi lieu as II if ii ami as i: ltd not cause much or a drop In the mercury fruit was not injured. A Woodrow Wilson t bib Is Iniug or k'.iniTril here and Us promoters are liettliig many names to a petition nhlch Is beiiitf eir ulateil. The Indi cations are that the deniocruls of Giant county ale very much in favor of I he New Jersey man. A meeting will be held liexl Wednesday night It pttf- t t Ibe orKainzatlon of the club. FORMER TUCUMCARI BANKER FURNISHES BOND FOR $10,000 (Seeeliil rrrei.a4eae fa Meratag exanaill TucumcMi t. X. M.. Mnrt h 24. W . F. Pucbanaii, former president of Ibe International Pank of Commerce, t.l TiK-umt-ari. whit was arresletl In Se utile. Wash., on a charge of em bezzlement of the hank a funds, and returned here for Iris I. underwent preliminary healing Wednesday he fore JudKe E. K. Wint-r. of this eft, and was bound over to the urund iur in Ihe mm of 1 1 i.0i. The orisinal indtelnietit was dismissed by the sis It and s n-r ne lntif.:led. Ijttte strenr'h was shown In the stale'a rase and the defense Introduced no wlt r.eee. pond was riven, puchanan was one of the early promoters of Tueumesrt and at one time owned nearly all of the public utilities, hav l - Hi-si'.l of Tils at n aid. Nerlal ('nrreMilideiii'a l Mernlns ,lanrniil Helen. X. M., March 2:1. With Hie appeaianctj of the first fruit hlossonis of the season the orcharilists ot tins section of the valley are commencing spring work on their mucins wllh added zi st. Tho first of Ihe api lcol blossoms are now In full blow, witll every liullc "it Ion that tho peach trees Will be full or blossoms within Ihe next two or I lu ce days at the furthest. This section of the Itlo Grande Mil ley is now experiencing weather which is somewhat cooler than common lor I tilo time of yenr, und as a result the blossoms which are now on! are In considerable dfingcr. A drop of ii few more oer.rces might have a very se lions tftecf on Hie early fruit crop. Many orchard ista are feeling no grc.il alarm over I lie weather coiullt Ions, while oilier are lather uneasy as long as the wenl hi r loiiiinues as II Is now. Should tile blossoms escape a pos sible frost, or loo low temperature there Is evi l v prospect thai the early crop of pcaohos and apiicots here will be verv aatisfiic tor. ttf course, other things may happen which will .spoil tho crop, but us far as chii be ascer tained nt this time, the prospects urel exceedingly bllglil. On Thursday etening the Ilubes ofj Helen mid the women folk lioiii lliel fa tn is gathered at Commercial hull, where they enjoyed a hayseed hop for the evening, Zeke and all his brothers, cousins and other relations were pres ent In full force, high water pants, straw hats and bristly chins, and Aunt Marlar and Murthy und all tho chil dren came In on tho hayrack, too. June bad on the checked gingham apron that Ma had finished for her, and Samiinlhy wore lur new red sun bohiiut. Uulwccn the different hops, lb guests rekled themselves on bulon of y that iters 'plucud around tho walls. All present enjoyed lo the full est extent the barn dance, uml tho funny costumes were the cause of much merriment. The Furhmeycr CaaiiHiiHh orchestra of Albuqucniue furnished the music for the event. J. T. Kplnks. who hits recently cotno to Helen, is ullllosl ready to open his new candy kitchen and confectionery store. Mr. Splnlis Is a imin who has hinl coiiaiilorahlo experience in candy making, and expects to make good here In addition to a local whole sale line retail trade, il Is Ills Inten tion to establish a wholesale trade among the cities up and down this section of the vnllcy. EDUARDO OCHOA, WHO FORMERLY LIVED HERE, MAKING CITY A VISIT Fdiiarilo tlchon. who for several years was employed in the local shops id the S.i ii In F as a mechanic, nml who. since having Albmpieppio, has been traveling In Ihe l ulled KtHteH ami Cumidu, arrived III the city last night mid will visit friends and rela IIM S Vel'e for a few days. .Mr. Oehoii Is it brother of Victor I,, iiehoa, who owns a fountain pell factory in .New Jersey, and who, be sides. Is president of the lnlerniitlonul Airship Company, of Paterson, N. J., which manufactures engines ami ac cessories, which concern has a cap ital or I2.-.II. ikiii. The lsit here at this time of Fdu anlo (iclioa is said to li for tho pur pose of looking Into conditions with a view to the establishment In Albu iiieriUe by his brother, V. L. ochoa. of a plant uinntif ictiiring fahrlu for airship. l Sensible Women Know Foundation of Health A health talks to women become more eior I, both In the newspapers and on the pisiform, the mass of women urn liesinning to realize what the more cultivated have always known, that good health cannot be found tn a powder box. The externals of health may be obtained In that way. lint the basis ot health lies deeper, and yet is just as vastly ob tained. The most Important thing that a woman can do for herself, and about whi.-h he Is often most neglectful. i to watch tha condition of her stom ach and bowels. The weary eyes, the bad breath, the frequent headaches, the pimples, the M-neral air of lassi tude is rdna timea oul of ten tha re sult of constipation or Induration, or both. Many simple remedies tan 1st oblaineti. bat v ttert ! estima tion of most women I IT. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It Is mild, pleasant to lbityudr sy.LUy :)L' d to h-e thartle pills, wattes, etc., which Bra entirely too i'teiit. Women sh? old see to It that they have at bast one movement of tha bowels each day, and when showing any tendency to constipation should take I'r. Caldwell's rup Pepsin In the small dose prescribed. A brief use of It will so tiaiii the stomach and bowel muscles that all forma of medicine tan be dispensed with. These opinions are voiced by thou sands of women, after personal ex per!cm among them Cora Italdwin, Moscow, Tex., and Ksther GldUings. Wooten Wells, Tex. Anyone wishlmt to make a trial of this remedy be.'ore buing It in tha I family sixe can have a sample hot cents or one dollar a Urga bottla family size) can have a sample bot tle sent to the home free of charge by simply addre-sfmt Or. W. B. Cald well, 45 Washington pt.. Montirviioi, t't. Tour r-tima and ad-lees on m.