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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913.
FIVE 6 IS !aking Powder Cream' Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is free from alum and lime phosphates. Made from grape Cream of tartar and absolutely pure. Its use is a safeguard to health, for it actually aids digestion, and relieves from all anxiety as to the wholesomeness of the food. On the other hand each attempted imposition of an alum baking powder upon the consumer is a covert attack upon the health of the family. Of course,' no grocer would knowingly sell injurious food to his customers; but he has himself been deceived as to the true character of the cheap powders by their manufacturers. Forewarned, and solicitous for the health of her family, the housewife will be influenced to a constant watchfulness and a stubborn resistance against the danger. Baking Powders sold at a lower price than Dr. Price's are almost invariably made from alum, and therefore in ferior, and prejudicial to health. WftSHIHGTOH DftYTO FAHGE COMEDY JjjYoo Limpers! BE GENERALLY OBSERVED FULLY UP Id ALL E You Need -TIZ CUTIS i I'uls Life. Im, l iH iuv Into Hied I I ii't. I.liiili-, spine, iiml U h Wciii. it' i ittr til i inn i inn i il . IVe" Trial I'm Until' HrliiK Joy. University to Hold Festival at Armory and Indian School to Give Play; Banks and Post office to Be Closed, "A Bachelors Plays to Fair-Sized prectativc Theater, 'V.dience at 'moon Ap-j Elks! If vnur ( thick in the each Step Wei I Kct II ho i'f i cell's. t I. . I ;i II iln v , r. inn. I --if in, i,., in ii n (rii-h iiiuniT blow- -Tl. fi i.in iinj iliuKuitt. Under j 1 tl .1.1-! mills HI I. i CONGREGATIONAL AID WILL SERVE SUPPER 'III.- Ladles' Aid i.f Hi.' fni.i;i'.'-.i-1m.ii.i1 Ii hi h will s. 1 v . ii dinner iin.l supper mi Saturdav, Mart h 1, at I i.l.l l-Vllows h.ill. An attractive and h si 1 -stuittiol menu is ln iiiK pluniii'it fur the occasion. Till' price will ! ill celitH. l.iviM III Tumi. "Say. inn, who said W'ciiher u hoi low it nor ii It'iulrr In1' '"' "Some person who'd never lived in the k it I ii il im. Tommio." l.lle. Tile university will 1ml, I n f,.,. at1 "A Hut'lu-lot V Honcvino " lh. iiriiini'v, linluiii M hii.il Mini,-,,,, th,. niiiiii.m'iiiiiil of tiihson ntul VMM MiVe il il. IV, Die hanks Will re. Held, pluVcd In ,i f,iir-M.cd I, ut math closed nil (l.iv iiml thi pi.stof I u e u.i v appid lativc .uhla n, c ut will lot,. t no. in today. Hut win he theater last inti.t Tin. ut Hat turn plattit'.llly till- total obsolV.thl f the proV ctl t.) hi' ii ll,i-t ir,istiu OlllctlV aiinivcrsat y of tiif I'll tl.il.ty n; i it nrw' ' n ml fully measured to t he advance Washington lot . illy, w II h the i M fplion notices, itliiii.liiirii; i(n a i.'ii til perhaps of thf di-plav of Il.tKH. I The two lr. tiling roles wt-r Vctv Arrangement for the unlvt rsltv 's t levt rly plavctl .y I ,, m A. tiil.t..n nml festival WtTc f 'f tii i It tod lust nielli, j liosc Ainsvv orth, while the rcmaind. I Thf itl mnry Wits th t oi utt il. thf booths : of the cast rendered uhle suppoi t. to ho conducted hy classes ami fi'.i-j Thf nisi mm t were thf nu'M Kor ti'itiitii s built itnil thi actios who nt'f lifoiiK Bffii lore tliiN season an. I thf III pClfol'IU tllf aUllcl illf for till , t-t etle y ills.l Was , I l.llllll.ltf, "till,, t liiint.int'' In-Ill tht ir l.i-t if- j Thf piny Ih mi.- si n-.tm from t'nr lit iir.-.tl. . I . i n to i iiit.tln n, it iiiotf th.in tiiiidf ll.-ro It thf i'oKram for thin pa 1 1 j nooil with A I S ti; . i 1 1 ii- plmnofit. of thf fiitc riainiiu nt : ovrrturi' I'lft mau n (inhi tti.i. Ili'r Inlfiil. Sfl.-t titin l r.fniiin'8 nr. hftir.t. j "That tlifMsmakf r'n moil. l uhvavf iimt inf ! Hint hi Kiiriy .Morn lo t' unit tlli'it' t hoi nt. 1'ianu Solo iSiitttiili Sianlfy St tier. HfflitK ThiiiKK at Ninhl .Mcniliiit of thf tiirlt' (ilif flu It. i Thf Spirit of . i Vui al Solo I Si'lfctf il Kol.i rl , Siwill. j TiiiiiIiIIiik I'lilvi'islly i.' .Mt'Mi t. j I i m n. i mi ii in flnli, ('i.iitlfii of l.ovt (iirlf thoiiit. ' liiitr l:iiii t i(:rt(iiH itntl Iiriino. I UflKhl l.iium: Saiuliivv anil Mint riilrtii.iliu ArnitlrnnK. i KiiUlinif Solilift Man Knl.ftt I Siwcll. j Kxhll.ltion of llih I l inn Mr m lurs of 1'iilVf ;nltv New MtNiio i.im. . I Tl 1 .. Smilf OlrlH' (!lff t liih. i Italian untl the Hear MKaretto ' 1 j n lid 1 im mi. I . i i-ii.icr it-.. .M Kim Ttft Doi.i.K. Dcsmncrs of United States at llllllf ill:lll llf, I W'. . I. .... I. . ..'.. II I '..l.....l.l. .. 111....' tl lllll-OK'l Ilitllll IUH lll.'l II. III- tflf and I'.alHl. (!ypt.y Maldfii I, and 1 a m c .M ist .lar ,lt l'if anil four kj ptlft, At thf U;il4ti,,if liall !y .Slalilov. il Socif ty. - L" All short ends of Silk. Goods at w fart a loim w rap w hf n thf Koft mil. 'Ut r'H Ih i iili ntly a tlnlsti r niotiv. .Slip wanlK lo tlu.ik Iut tli"it;iit." ' Ha It liiiofi .4 illf I ii til A TIZ foot Li p.ntotit that lotli; ttitxt . 1 4 y.m will I tut f. it' i t iii"li ii.l j of I'o m Ml I tf r a I 1. Ml ' I'liniont nr.' if. Inf ! slim t fit t iiif. Ai j ti ftl I hit w ..ml. i . j It r I. ill In r 1 lo.lKf ! hash A i'., ( 'hi. 1 pa. I,.if. or en a ilniK tl. . t..rf. Y Drop AH Your Fool TrotiMm Into TIZ Foot Bath th tlrnwt mil id' in the font pou t, In- looking ut iiihfi ,f hfiiiH thf iil.j.it Conn nit1 c'li''. tl, left iiif Kin.illfr, .1 II Jon havf iifM'l Tl., wi Hf to V;il A to. i:.::l s- W.i i, I II., lor a II 1 1 lit! .. - .fin li.. at an AMERICAN IDEAS tl-piirlnif tit or w ill in- . r know I'tllllfoll lllll.l von h.lM kt Hi '.ill f TIZ. MILLINERY i ARE BEST Last Have Come Into Theii Own, Declares Mrs. Bartley, Just Back From East, CANDY SALE TODAY BY FIRST WARD SCHOOL PUPILS The Advantages of Drinking Baker's Cocoa The Cocoa of High Quality lie in its nbsolutcpurity and wholesomeness, its delicious natural flavor, and its perfect assimilation by the digestive organs. Jfs thereare many inferior Imitations, b sure to get the genuine with our trademark on the package . I Champion (".ill Athlete Shlftv S.t i tllf. llarearollo dlrls' (lite cliih. I'loatinn liown the Jtiver T!oV Cite cliil.. Alma Ma tf r vn y hotly . 1 1 Mills) I I.nni h hiixe.t will hf Hold. Thp IrnXft j are Haiti tit contain enmiKh lor two, I hut Miuli-ntt will Hell iiyttt iH, "red I huts" and other thlimt to eat. After j 1 o't lork there It to he ilani niK. Tin i Minlcnlt and fat uity of the nniVfrtily ' have tent nut u liirf tuiinlifr uf in- v ilalloiit for this affair and a larne i crowd puol.iilily will atlen.l. Amflifiin in i 11 lit i fume Into their own In;; to Mrt. Nellie popular Hartley shop. Jt.trfil. l.s. Inyo A WALTER' BAKER & CO. Limited Ksta bush ED 170 DORCHHSTKR, MASS. 1 Pay For Used Power Only INDIViniAli IIICIKK' MOTOKS eliiuliliitc junr former i'XM-ns of ".tt phiK the WIIOl.i: plant iiiniiins to turn out I'AHi'l AL olitpnt or a MIU' 'lloVAIt of overiiiiic work. Von .... i....i.i.f iiiiv for nowcr wusletl ulille machine lltclf is idle. cniini I'uui'l' never f;iilt, lint If service INSTANTLY lny or (In- Station your iiiuhl. ELECTRIC MOTORS No mailer liow fat your plant srowt, with Central Slailon Service yon can always secure as iniicli adtlitional jM.wer as yon need, t'cnlral Station Service lifts tlie luiiidrcd and "'' vcMitioiis inecliaiilcal tronliles and Ki-neratiiiM: expenses or I lie private, plant rroin your slioulilers. I'Iiont: as toi v. The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light and Power Company .. .1 . "l.i . 1 1 1. II " rT. ,-- ... , mr : - ' H AY TO VK (ilVKX T Till: IMII N SCHOOL. ! The Indian yetiool puiiilt will give j I tlieir play might in the school chapel. I The play it "The I'rothe rluiod uf 1 I VelffitiiM." It (h-pli'tH 11 Kiitherilli; of i famous fhitiitfti rt of hittory and each . ' one wives toint- t hai'acterlstic "ttunt" j at the c. unman. I o Cncle Pitlli. j Here .tre the thai. iclf it lor the' piny: I j I'nclo sain, 1.. I'. Mix; John Paul Jones, ilcoiKf rialotf; ('ifllcral Miles, I l iintitiKo I'aytlamo; Ciflicral Sheri dan, llola Tao; Captain l.a w rcnof , Kt K.'tnado Speiicfr; Ceneral I'uinain, John Teller; Iianlt I liooiie, (iuv Nut- 1 Mew; Captain HraKK. Ij'o Knndovul: i Andrew Jackson, l rancisco ICstevan; ! (Ictifral Sullivan, MiMuel Vastue; ScrKfiint Jasper. Oliver riatero; Thomas Jell'crsoii, Tuly P.rnwn; Jo seph Kced, llartilil Clark; Oenoral Taylor, CiUV Shipley; l.lttle I'liele iSani, Charley liuthoin; Theodore Huusi velt, Krnrieisco Chernioai; Jiick, Uiy Nalscvvy; Alexitiirit'r llaptllton, John Uiinn; (!eneral Lee, Henry Acoya; Jamca Cutrfield, Donociallo Sanchfi!: Oeiieral Houston, Pedro Luecro; Sam lio, Andrew Phillips; Hastus, Steve urillo; Columbia, Ahedi luih Cailman; Molly Pitcher, Catherine Atciieia; Hlxie, Unity Pnisano; Molly Stark, Amv licartlslc v; (icneral Marion, Joe Schiillct. The choiiit eonsistH of the follow ing: Dora l'ttchcco, Itlith Pulsaiin, Al ice llaitlia. .Mary ThtmipHon and Jote I A delta. deslitner have it hist, areortl li.trtley of thf who hat Just returned from an extended visit 10 the eastern millinery style shows. "Althounh the foit'lmi 1 reationt will continue to have a large follow ing anmnn women of taste,'' said Mrs. Hartley yesit ril.iy morning. "It it I't vi rthclcss 11 fact thiii east, i n fash ion tiitics are iikiiftil lli.it Am. 1 1. . 111 disimicd dais for thf coiiilm; sprlior ill" hist at ui'fttv ami niore practical than the models prod need In even the 1 must ct h I. rated Parisian atcllt It." Ii;;h School Orchcstia Will Render Specially Prepaid Program, Including Waltz by 13-Year-Old Giil, Halkaii War Sceiif m.- -1'iiHtlme, While in New York, Mis. Hartley Visited two of the most exclusive style shows one a display of Anierl-ciiii-tleslKntil halt and novvnt and the other an exhlhit of costumex mid hi'iitlw. ar piotlut t-d hv Hiiropt an df slmielt. Her oliseiviitioiis ltd her to the conviction that the iritns are en tirely correct III siiylnK that, from the practical point of view, the American millinery creators nre mole than holding their own. Speaklm; of xprliiK Ntvlet at cxrm pliflfd in thf New Voik shows, M;n. liartley siiltl that skirlH will lie some what narrower tdlt year ami the halt small, the imported dais delnir sinall er than those of Anieriiiiii ilesl.n. The hair will he worn cither very hi'4h or very low and without rait. All kinds of trlmmimt will he nootl this year flow els. feiilhcrs, Miek-iips, meliiii'H, crepes, velvets 11 ml fancy ribbons. Practically evciv correct bat, Mrt. Hartley ways, will have a touch of fancy ribbon. Iiurimt her visits to the New York, Chlcnmi anil St. Louis markets, Mrs. Hartley purchased what Is declared to be the laiKt'st line of millinery ever bl'oiiKht to Albmiierile. KeatilfeH of thf stock are 1111 unusual number of imported models together with some masterpieces of the best American dftiKners. Visitors at the Hartley Shop have 1 xprcsscd unmeasured tie lliiht over the hats suowii nml, al though the season Is still very youlm, a. number of t fcif more elaborate pat tern models have already been sold. .J. Ilalkan War Scenes. Pastime. The first Ward st hool piiplU will have thiiliic of a 11 ml v sale today at the l.ei.initid-l.iiidt iiiann music store, the pi etl- of which are to In, used to defray the balance tine on 11 piano recently pun hateil hv the school. Tin HiKh school on lustra will furnish music, rf'ub'iim; 11 specially prepared in. 'Ul.. 111 this afternoon. Tllf candy .sale stalts.it J.Stl p. lit. The plotlllit ! Is 1 onlUied entirely to iome-ma(l i SWeetS. ! The feature of the ploutvm to he I Ii II, b red by the ol'ehestl'11 W ill be the I "Striinuiui-t Walt," composed by l.tl jentcd Miss Mai'Hiicrtti. SlriinniUist, limed 13 years, a pupil of Hie Thud I Ward si hool. It Is to be played b 'Stanley Setter. This Walt, is bclnu I tf lit to the publishfl's now and will jsoon be on sale lure. Tile musical I program follows- "t HI u T of the Hay " Hail 1 "live Waltzes" S. I'll h Melodies. . . I M.Tt iiMhliil i "(Hi MiionllKlit H.iv" W. Ii II- '"'nil the Sands of the lu-sdl Urow Cold . .' liall "Happy Hours" Wt nt h b "A Southern lueam" Lincoln "The Cil-eal Divltle" Maurice "That's How J Need You" Mcill.v Wall Dosic "Dixie" Scholtlsi he Lincoln "As LollH as tllf Shamioik UnnVH ( ;ree n" 'shorne "My Little Ptrsuin Hose" . . T iliimlilt "When KiiiKhtbood Was In I' lowt t" (lustin ".Moon Winks" Stevens "A I ii ii 111 of the South" Southern .Melodies Lincoln Himick's "t'.ood I've" .Medley Wall on Tosti's I'limolis (lotnl hye Solll-'s The ol'i'lifslrii will he dlreiletl by Miss Jennie Trotl, the snpcrv isor id music in the public schools. V V V Y y V y y y y y v iV 'Y v t y y y y y y y y t V y y y y y y X f Y y y y y y y Y 1 Today is REMNANT DAY Wool and Colton Piece 1 Or less than our regular Remnant Price. A Great Special in Children's Underwear A big lot of Children's Shirts and Drawers (soiled from handling), worth up to $1.00 gar ment; special, today only, 10c Garment Free Demonstration Today Only Magic Cloth & Glove Cleaner Removes grease, oil. tar and spots from silks, satins and woolen goods. Come in and sec how it works. SILBER SPEAKS ON WASHINGTON i I & S. F. LI JUDGMENT IN 2 CATTLE CASES District Judge Raynolds Finds for Newman for $1,702 and for C. Lewis and State Na tional for $169, mi LMOST LOST HER REASON SI AT UNIVERSITY Hut Tins H-inson Newman yestettluy was1 Riven jiulirmcnt for Jl.TO'J.lfi itRalnstl the Sitnta Ke railroad by District j JiiiIkc Ray nobis. Ncvvniun broiiKbt suit to recover tliimnpos on cattle ; kllbd and injured by railroad cars. The trial was held beforu Judnej ltav nobis early this week, both sides huv iiiK waived trial by jury. The value I of cattle killed and Injured, Jntlwe liaynohls fixed Ht 11,617. He believed i that the plaintiff wan entitled to $85.16: riamanes in the nature of Interest. Jutlife Itaynobls also wave Judg ment in lavor of Charles i-evvis una the State National bank HKalnst thf Santa Fe railroad for cattle killed by the company's cam. The amount of this Judgment was !!. 35, or Sl.'iO for the value of the cattle and JIS.3S interest. This case also was tried by the courl. Hoist With Her Own IVtnnl. (irifcKH Your wife no loiittd ob jects t: your stayinu out nights. How did 'you Tii'iiano it? I'.rlniis I beiran smoUirs In tho h,..,i. h,. r.lrarn shi linn-hl lo b.. en I hook. ' Ilonic me 'ut homo. -Huston Tr, r.st ript. 'en," -at In Pl.ilii vvrappei llmiiUs To An Old lTlciitl Terrible ('aliislroplio Was j .Vvtdilctl. Tumna, Kla. Mrs. K. V. Coram, No. 2!lt,i HiKtilaiid Ave., says: "I vvas very weak and worn out irAin ! womanly tiouble.s. ; My husband ' bought me two bottles of t'aldul to 'take as a tonic, and from the first j day, It HM-iiH-d to me I felt Its K""d I effects. ! l!v the time I bad used the two i bottles, I lelt and looked like a lo w woman. Some tunc later I Rot my led vvci at tho'vvroiin tiiue, and I turned to Cardui to remedy the mischief done. Ilefore I bad taken one bottle It Kave me the needed relief. Attain, in later life, when passinff over a critical time, I almost lost niv reason, but thanks to three or four bottles of inlul, I did not. That has been 1 "i years ago. I am now fill yearn of HKc. arid IceliiiK fine. 1 constantly praise I'ardnl to all my jsbk friends. I It is a wonderful remedy." 1 This earnest letter should take I'coiu your mind any doubt you mUbt 'have as to the merits of t'ardul, the j woman's' tonic Mrs. Coram Is cer Ituinly competent to recommend Car did, since It helped her over three critical staH'-s of IH'c j Hon't ncKlect your troubles lonst'i'. (it t a bottle ul iiriiiu lotiay. N. I!. Write lo: ChattanooKH Metl icine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept., Cluitlailoof!a. Tctin., for Special ln slruclions oil your case anil M-pairc Treatinent fur Worn- Rabbi Draws Moial From Life of First President, Whose Endowment Was Ho Says, Greatest Charactei lr. Mendel Sillier rabbi of Temple Albert, spoke on " V'a - h I UK Ion" .M'S-tt-rilav tnorninn at Uodey hall before the students of the university of New Mexico. He saitl In part: "In the career of (l.'.u'Ke Washing ton there Is one pal tlciilaf teat him Ihi't stands tun paraiuoiiiitly. and that is that there Is a moral force In the universe which Is superior to the nia tcli.il force by which We are li.n erneil. 'There is a profound moral in the life of Ci-oiKf Wa-hiiiKton, and bis place in the World' history. Here is a simple citizen, by birth a quiet coun try K.ntlcm.tit, who wins triumphant sncoiss in one of the most mi inor.iblt of modern wars, and vtelds Into a na tion a scattered hotly of colonists, so that within a hundred years they are urovvn to be one of the lan;cst, rich est and most pioKi'csslve people that ever t xisled on this earth. "No wonder he is today an object of veneration to a hundred millions, vet his inllueiicc was not of inlKht inn r Y Y Y X t Y ? Y Y Y Y v t Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y Y $ Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y i. "You liolbInK law j er. "No. sub lest n.it t ballv vv done not plenty . only could use II (lll'olllc. your huxband your siipporl,' .1 t. rv a i in 111 w r .i.-i.i - - j u. 'I'll., t luiU 1. I r'.. An' In' II . , i ii. .1' b Vol Qnll National in. ml llecrult t-il tin- in rilllKCI Well, J could have sworn hit I he "bull" I lint lime. tlllicer In I'haiKe (lookiMK I II ' ll V ! I lb Id glasses i - No, hut vciy near. Yuu'vot kllletl the cow in the Held to the left III ouklyn l.lfe. 11 BILIOUS! YOUR LI AND EL S ARE INACTIVE hi IS ninninrTn budbHNL j- l-'urted TmiKiic. Had Taste. Ind'.s tloil, Sallow Skin and Miserable lb ad ai lies cmiit. I rum a torpid liver and constipated bowels, vvbb'h cause voei stomach to be Ii,. filled Willi limb- Ktsted food, which sours and I'd' ments like carbaue III a sw ill bal l el. That's the fli.'.t step to untold niiM i lndiKcr.tli.li, foul liases, bad hiealh. yeU.iw skin, menial fears, ev . I lion. that Is holiible and I 'as. a ret tonl.'ht will .von out b.v niornlin; wlll I.e. p your ht a.l n.t usea tins. A urely siralKbicn a la-cent bos clear, sloiuach bwcel. hv. iiialte von in. on lis. Iioii't foruet HI I It' IllsilleS i I. .i ii ink, loo, Hlld bow t Is r ": el i heerfiil a ml ulur anil bully tor your need ot eal children -their u ijoo.l, senile hi. illy. CiD CANDY CATHARTIC r . mm w w 10 CENT BOXt S -ANY DRUG SlOKt i fl r b 14 J i A Course of Pniclical Instruction in the Driv ing, Operation and Repair of Automobiles I'ra mobiles ileal instruction soirit. He Caesar, no ll. lb' was e himself a indomitable na- was not a illt tutor, such its I bows down to as more than .... .... .....I..,. man. i ne Ki 'tiui i'lii.w ... .ishiliMtoii was t hitr.it l.-r. not Illumi nation; juiluiiicnt. n"t subtlety, wis dom, not brilliancy." I'lctures. Hnsltiuc and ' rv-ital. of power, bin rather oi was no Ah x.u.ih r tmr t 'bill lelllHKlie nor Nil pole I no burn soldier, tint in warrior by dint of tore, if maiikim New ilalkan War Semes. -I'.isliinc. A scl Slilcllllioll ttlv.-d hv lllethod ,'l theoretic, 1 pel loll the bot fit him nibr the ....I where No text sla.lv of Stililellt e. till. Kivell 111 Hon of i p.-r. ut.. n a lid banic repair of tiuto and electrician. theory books, lie 'tie ! in learn in. i IS SC. Kn. i ami 1NTI. 1-AI1 ,il ( oiirscs of Insli in lion I sin months, and at one or man for a small .i to command w. Automobiles have t tunc to slat, and th i;i:stim: and rinu-n ahi.i;. huhd MKN AliK ALWAYS IN I'K.MA.M'. in ept ii .Hilary, practice beiim the first coli- v- ledtte III the actual pl lnclpll'S I't" t ms u-e.l lu the si ho.d. Hy tills in tuiS months than by atuiulnu: ya-vc.il In the larger cities for ii tilth till- I VpcllHC. A school where ut t.tu aeipiirc 1. 1 1 mv 1 1 1 k i ' that will in a very short time line of work is I I i I V K I ! S ANl both UK- Nuinb. r . lion, s.-bool No e(....s. H l itis a short stud .)'! n .ai.l .list- llmiiet h I'll- Ml ": M Ill-ell I'll-'l. C, niiil loom .-an be nee from the seho. eh may re -I ..1 two obtained ll. .'II- t c persona I att' .litbs' course $:!a very reasonable ,1 up plication for entrance to Tllf CARLSBAD AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL t iMnn, nkyv ir.xu t.