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SUNDAY, JULY 27. 1913.
THREE THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. h 7, O ?. o u Ui u I h i o z o u u I- SiAw Ms US :t .iiui Sl-lnch Poulard, Metolraej large and TetfeH. inks, handgtim eo Dga and prettv iIi-sIkiis. i i i i ll.'J.V HPEC'I m. ST, (gee Window Dlaplay. H'iiZc and Cream Dress Goods All iif .hu White iind Create Herges, iii.iui.dhI Corduroys, Hedford Cords, Whipcord etc ituM I" ' ii apeolall) priced for thia week's selling, I I It KIM I I An ..ii wool whit"' storm si'iKi-. i pretty weave, iti inches wld. value tl.it, M'l : I ai. ITc I KI Ladies9 White Wool and Silk Coats a beautiful HMM.i i iii'in of I-hHi-.' COata in whit for evanlng Mid parts OH, tlir rr li,l"t creation Of the eastern makers' urt. Mutelussc. silk ItatliM, Corduroy, large, Wool Crepes, tie., may be found amongst tin -i iMi array Of handaome garments Priead kl CtaM and tow for final I Icur.'lloc i Sit Window Dlaplay.) .S7M Brocaded Crepes .iy fniiiiii.iti purcheee of our saltern buyer hu enabled ui to offer our patron a big bargain In this popular wear, it I an Idaal cloth for thin ii ison'i eeni and must be teen Co fce appreciated, Comet in leveg colorings 8PK0I tl lor Twenty piecca Ik sold Hi'' wt washes withou Tissue Ginghams n. hen web , ()' : i that Tissue ; in ! ii. i , i; i ., itii EXTRA 'READY-TO-WEAR' VALUES The Economist "Better Values" for Wearing Apparel for WOMEN, MISSES and CHILDRE Imported Voiles ri H nf k 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 imported Nolle. eai value I1.B4 yard, HPtH i i. Me 111 lianUb. French I tut isle riM' pieces 44-lnvh Ptowavad aBatletgi these nntariala ara particularly handsome and muni be wm to realize Hu. bargain tlicy urt. 7 KIs I (lit .HI. 110 Manchester Cheviot and Chamhray Gingham mil :iii i 1 1 ciii'Mut iKhuiu, a k.hi. i selection J.'ic Mini, MKX1 l id dorlnga t The Economist AGENTS For Home Journal Patterns Summer Wash Dresses and Suits at ON EH A LI PRICE a large aaaortmoni of Lawn, Linen, i im-ne and itepp iive m.i suits mual change ownership. We have lot uomiIh roil nil of our aujniautr Bulti and Dreaaea for Immediate olaaeanoe, and than ha boa priced for Ihli week'i Hrija at one-hajf a taaj (Ban the actual cost of manufacture. Ladies' and Misses' Odds and Ends hi llubberlxed, t 'raw netted and All V. moat iji ilaea and aood assortment o( sl'l i I l II. IS Mixture Coat and Jar Rati in itl s tu ieto'1 from; Value to 111 M'lt l.l. JP.MIH iC'-nier A it-1-. m 1 .ii floor ) Ladies' and Misses' Odds and Ends In Nat, Chiffon and I.lnon Urease. sIIkIhU s.iilcl and inimaad limn bandlina, : I ranae ..t sites; mostly suitable ' r imrly or ovenlng wear. t'olois M PI it ' I a i Itl st (1 r Hoys' and Girla' Odds and Ends in Juekets and Coals, for mmimer ami fall wear, aJMkMI from 1 yean t.. ll reara, in white and cotejrad aerm. fane) nuturea; wash poplins, raja be, eheek, atlns, etc. i t-;i ITU i I M' KI8COUKT Ladies' and Misses' Odds and Ends In Wash Skirts, materia!- of Heis, l'..illns, I, lmi.es, Indian Head, I'uiks, etc, liilr ami colors; good assortment ul sires. Women 9 8 'Honest Value 9 Hose Just r. i'tveii a nsw iblpmant ofth famoua Wunderhos guaranletMl H.iSl. M. in 1 1 III i U . white ami tan. Sail d.li Hull KU.ll itlteeil el m w pull s Ittveli. t I'M Its inn iiho Women's "Out She" Hose Same as iboVO, In the "out sie" for the larire K Oman, Kulh tcuaranteeil. I I'Mlts I i ill Me Fancy Ribbons Hills. . have Just Incited a hllf nssi.l I mi lit of l'..l. IMI.I1..11 fauc 1I0W1 n il dcslana. Tbo have been peclall) prlved fofl this week 111101 Isu t. (slum ISc, anartnl Itr I ot .!. value .". peeini Mkr KaM -'. xaliie. Mk, special i: l..u I, riQue i ,To, sptvasl 11. M Uu :. valui Myi, spat ial tlun Ladies' Lingerie Waists All.. tiler talKc slllptllelll llf thOS ISC ane RatkK Walsis III lace anil emlir .i.lei' trlftlT HJ'I ( I l I i n and .1 ilnty da H'l mm. a&c si'i t i i. :. Wool Dress Skirts An iiniisiially l.i rue assortment of ltdics' Dreaa Skirts, comprising SciKes, I'anaiuas, DUgonala ami i-'amy Mixtures, including white, grays, tang browns, blues, blacks, reds and III fact ei.rv one Of the "anted COioHngl Sl'l I l. V. HH Halkan Middy Dresses An assort nt (if .Misses' and Children's Uttlkun ami Middy Dresnea, In tans and white, si.es from x to it;. Values from It. 64 tn $.'..00. hitX IAL Si .hh BPtH I Ui hj kh Ladies' Long Kimonos ChglUea and Lawns, values tu $1.00. Sl'l i I VI, hkc Infants' Wear Department to these I Ilia Ills' Infants' Infants' Infanta I Ufa lits anxious t" maki , an. I Bgft made (till ki lin. iiete cleanup in our Infants' iter reduction on In Kim. . lies Htoi I '.mis Hhan h Infiints' ('...its IllflllltS' Hunt I. s t Infants' Bib) Infants' MuatiD Sl,nis I nrants1 Wool skirts infants' Pbius (Jarrlagi Infants' Me. I ui iua Diaper cottoa Neck Wear Rvary piece of Naohwoar in our large depgrtrnonl must sioys to make room for a large aaaoitataM e bgva pnrgheMad for thia CaU. Bvorj iu.ee ..r Uadlaa Neckwear bus i i prioad to clear out at i-;'. M . id t.i i m ri M i Underwear Cotton Crape Underwear, aa oaawti wegp by worsen neada no ironing and is cool, eotnfortabhs and convenient, our underweut department has sp (iaiiy pricvd tor this weeks aaWng ivarjrthing pertaining to white lingerie under ear Extra Special Women'. Nainsook Combination, arell made, prettil) trimmed, aiuu $i hPKt I AL Mi Special Attention to Mail Orders Watch Newspapers for Special Announcement OUR ANNUAL (tSUIT SALE" Commences Friday, August 1st, at 9 a. m. See Window Display Monday THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST THE ECONOMIST Society Wednesday afternoon. After the buslnee meeting social hour and refreshmenta were enjoyed, Th Wedding Of Miss Anita (.bm- talet ami Antonio OuUerrea will tak. Place the morning of Auggat 1 at the Sacred Heart church. The bridc-ch . t is the daughter of Juan Jose don- Solos of lilt South lima 1 1 way, and tin- groom the son of J. ise Qutierres of K'lT Harelaa Road. The young couple will t.. I...s An K tiles ami San lilei;.! on tlielr In. my. moon, expectlns to return to this eg Hotnutime In September. Both arc "en Known and popular In Spanish American society circles. A Shear Steal friend ami didn'l expect to buy." To uhich the clerk replied. "If fOU think she Is in that other blanket up there 1 11 take It down for vou." g) g 1 111 i w 111 tnoiti Kg Sin ,. fashion has decreed the new hair -dressing that is auite fiat nmi outlines the shape of the head, two pronged Jewelled pins have come much lntoVdgtt0. They help dispel the extreme pla innes.s which is not always generally I lining. The caaqu comba arc used for the smnc decorative Durooae ami are a aart of THE SEAL OF EFFICIEIMCY tor, w ho baa returned thu week from his vaoatlpn, will occupy the pulpit, and it Is hoped that a large attend- it- ih. ho it fat In ad. In wn i 1 the bi Ii roll. ir d at i formed by drawing the er the ears and knotting k to form a casque or m Mini m.i Qeorge Ada, at one of his moua plcnipl at Haselden farm, Indiana estate, turned the eonvi fa his ran- 'lit, to lll.ill'i- 'Plattens,' alwaj I tion. acvordlnn to his inony, In Hi,, midst ,.f Mr. Ado's Jest a 1 lysines man declared stoutly "Weill say what yU plea.-a.. Oeorge, mgrriago broadens a man." i suppose it might bo put In that wj, sam .-Mr. ,(,. though, Is tile word 1 Used, I V II II UJ 1(1 s(i "JVhy did you never marn. Tom." Inquired Ih yokng benedict of the old bachelor. "Well, you see." replied the llngle one, "when I was Quite miuiii; I re WMVod thai I wouldn't marry until I found an Ideal woman, i was difficult to pleas,., luit after many years 1 found her." "Micky beggar! And then-" "she was i.'ukiiiK far the ideal man," replied the bachelor sadly. sim MIGHT Ul woman Stopped at a counter In a busy store one day and said aha wished t.. look at seme blankets. The tired looking clerk pulled down blanket af ter blanket from the shelves until there was only one left on the top shelf Then the woman pleasantly remarked: "Well, I was only lookinn for a i ) 4 Truth. Scandal, and Flattery went tu the Uppercrusl Ball. Truth was promptly ejected for being naked. Scandal was put back Into u shadow, but everyone was Introduced to her during the evening. Flattery, being decked in tine apparel ami false Jaw els, was Riven the place of honor In the gr&nd promenade ami at table. The great social occasion was vari ously reported -to the Uninvited by Scandal, tn the new spa pels by II ii tv. ami i tin- Recording Atigol Truth From Utc. it- b Ixrro's Ijihor Lost. I lushed and lireathless, yOUAg Hinks at last succeeded in picking up tha, hat, blown by the wind, which be had in-, n chasing vigorously along the slreet. alld, vvitli a tlgh Of relief, leaned Up against a lamp post ami, panting pitifully, tried to recover some of his exhausted energies, Just then another man, also breath less, eaiiie running the hat from Rinks' "I am very much sir. " r or what . "Well, this is my hat!" stranger, amlllng. "ttottr ht! Then wlnm Ki'spcd l tinks. "Oh, your's is hanging it the end of a slring!"- 'iironicie Telegraph, up, ami, taking hand, remarked! abllged to you, The largeat and most piosperous DUaingM houses In tge southwest in sist upon Securing A. I!. C, mad nates. The united states government of- ti. lain pronounce the A tl C, gradu ates the best Office help pi or lira Lie. .Many New Mexico state officlgta employ -. it. C. graduates for particu larly rsnponslblc duties. Illkh schools, private sell. ...Is and state institutions cugarb seek a ii. C gradtxatea to bead tin Ir commercial department. The best secretarial positions arc tilled by A. 1'.. c graduates, The demand for A. I!. C. graduatca is far greater than the supply. The business World will demand your services .lust us soon as you ure wen qualified. Learn how to prepai sum lav BCnool nt H:tu a. 111., II. S. UthgoWi luparinti adjant Chriatlan Endeavor at T oo p. m. Followtng are th(. musical numbera for the morning ten i. Organ prelude, "Cradlv! Song".... Spinney Soio. "My Hope is in the Rjveriaat- lllg" Staiuer Mr, .T. I'. Sehwentker. (iffertory, (din t i "Tin- Hi tter Land." Mrs. Bchwantkar, Mr. John D, . Kalk ell burg. totiudi ''Poatluda in r"Volekmai i i km in KCfl or oiliUPT RCIKN1 1ST. Servi.es aie held in the Wn man's chili building, at the corner of Sev enth i-trcet ami Quid a'cnue, every Sunday morning at 11 6'elOCk, Sub ject for this week, "Truth." Wednesday evening service arc at 8 o'clock. The public is cordially Invited to at lend tin se aer Ice Sunduy school at 10 o'clock. I'lltsT Mtri'llOIMST KI'IW ol'AI,. Com OT Lead dvenUO uud South Third. I liHile.s Oscar Ito'krmiii. I'.isinr. i dub Gorby, Denoonetw. The ReV, 11. It Hammond will 01 etlpy the pulpit at II ii. n, Mrs. . v. Winchester will Sunday school at ;!& n. m. D, A. Portorfleld, auperlntenden Bpworth Leuguu devotional at 7 p. ui. Mr. ttldrldg, h ad. i No evening sen Ii . , our peopl. Ihlplng With lb"' I'lestivlelians Klnu's Daughter' class n auditorium at 10:00 a. m. Morning worship, 1 1 tiu, inventus, worship s 00 Moral at theme, "Shall Man Pern Cod?" Evening the trie, "Uod and Man Working Together Unto Salvation." The connregatb.il of the first If. i Ohurch uniting in tin evcniiiK er- v ice, Musical program at follows. ,K KM.Mi Preladi -Dethler. Soio, "(i Jesus' Thou An standing." : MM ii, Mrs. i '. A I- oi einan. offering, "Deo," Blaet. Anthem. "Tlie Splcmlur of Thy QlOty, Lord, Woodward BVKNINO, Preludsi i.ied," Cadmun Anthem, "t had 1 B Spirit. ' U( nnctt. Offering, Tscharkowakil FoetlUde, PatraH. .Miss Her', I Ken worthy, organist; Chga J. AadreWs, dlreotor, V. I'. S. ('. K. n hi at 7 00, Topic, .Missionary lnformiitii i, " Leader, Mi i i irpjnmar, s i NHIX'S l i iM oPAIi CJtVRCH. I 'ot ner Fourth and W. Silver Av e. Archil. .id on V I: Uiiin n Hoetor. Residence, ISO W. Tn.r i . Ave. Tenth Sunday alter Trinity, Holy communion, 7 a. in. Sunday school, 1:45 a. m. Morning service, i l.oo a. in. No evening service. sine;. Mr w er- lod. I III- "I'b. Tli by sending atalogue, IU81NE8S for our forty-pogi AURUQC K ltQtTR COI.I.KOK Special School by Specialists,' only national accredited com al school In the southwest. behind you -Pittsburgh WHERE TO WORSHIP TODAY Opportunity knocks every morning In Tlie Journal want columns. Look ii ud bee. DOCTORS INDORSE NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE EOR THE HAIR puclal When a doctor endorses a prep" a ration It means more than an or dinary testimonial, ills opinion I always that of the professional man devoted p. the welfare of tie- people., Dr, .1 ,i. lioyd, Covington, Tenn., says; ...pi jt my dun to write this lor the benefit of those suffer ing from dandruff, in tin- average '''is. a lew application) of evvbro' Harplclde will remove ail dandruff, it is adviaahta to continue it use for several weak." The words of J. it. Thompson, M. l'.. Xo. Burfongh Plaew Cor Hol lis St., Boton Mass., are not less enthusiastic: "1 can only speak In praise of Ncwbro's Herpiolde. ii is oil that is claimed and perhaps more. HerpiClde not only cleanses the scalp but brighten the hair, Hive it life and makes it Sftft." Ir. T. A. Moore. Duncan, Ariz, writes of his experience: "My scalp was incessant. Since using Ilcrpl e.ide all lies.- evils have disappeared and my hair Is soft, smooth and growing. Hair has grown on spots bit'.. re but thinly covered." Newhro'a Serplclde i "the original remedy to kill the dandruff germ.'' and stop tailing hair. The terrible itching which k'ocs with dandruff Is allayed almost at once. Newbro's HerplcWe in 50c and 11.00 sizes is sold by all dialers who guarantee It to flu all that Is claimed If yon are not satisfied your money win" he refunded, Application mav be obtained at th.- b ulling barber shops. He sure you get the genuine Herpioido. Send 10c in postage for sample and book to The Herplctde ''" Dept. B . Oe treat, Mich. I'ovvcll I 'tug Co , Si" la I Ag. lit. ( I TICI. I t I i II) 1(1 II M. ft SOI I'll. Central Ave. and Arno St ItOV. S. i:. Allison, lustor. Ul South Edith. Preaohlng aarvloes at n o'clock, Rov, w. Neil i Fatvttaon. Sunday school, 1:43 a. in., T. i '..i i is. superintendent. Kpworth LoagUoi 7 ..loci, go lect, 'forty Years III Japun iiiiHsioruii y program There will be no cM-nlng lerVsMM at I ti'eloi k P. 111. Special mUSic l.v . In. ir at ! I .. 'cluck morning service. Kveryom- is cordially inv He. I s. I I' t I s M, i n l, I t KKN Hi i; ii W. Silver Avenue ami Sixth Street. Rev, tktvmrd p, Hchwler, i. D FaMor, ThO hours of service are: Sunday school, !:ir a. m.; morning worship. 11 o'clock: evening worship. N o'clock: i'lium,- People's Kadoavot meeting, 7 o'clock. The pastor will preach both morning and evening. A cordiul Invitation Is hereby extended tu all so in. lined, to worship with u. OM.HI 1. HON , CHI RCH, Corner Coal ami llrt)adway sinniev sisier. Organist, Moi uiui; worslup at i I. Tli. i. ! riiisr baii'IST (ntntcii. Corner Broadway and Lead. r. w. Longfellow, Pit. Paator. lilbla school at 0:15 a. in. FrofeMHoi 'Cecil Drake Huporintendout. In. Wirt O. Bryan, assistant superintendent. one hundred and eighty present las) i Sunday. Well taught classes suitable, tor all ages, i '..in. and study the Word of Ood with ns Preaching at 1 1 a, m, ami s p. m. Morning topic, "Oml Not Willing That Any Should Purtah." Kvcning, l ive Men of Cgpernaeurn." Prayer servtet Wogneaday al p. m. Covenant meeting preparatory t.. tlie Lord's Supper on the fidluwinr Sunday, ThUOg PeOple'S erviee lit 7 p III Ruttday TOpIc, 1 II ,. Mission Hc- ;o.t AM) nidi VHW.W ClUtl.NTIAN 111 Kl It 122 Bouth Urggdway, Hemton iv WUUngaa, Minister. Blbl school at t 41 lamoa L) oar ing, superintendent, iist Lord's dsj there were present, n Bibles, is to . ..II. . tion. The M i in, ,ii .it t .,, n,. w til tie "Common Ben in Itetigtoua Kxpeeta. tlOUS." The sermon at p in. I III he "Jeeua tin. Word dt tin. Teatlmonj of the DtKlple Whom .lesns l.oved christian Bndeavor nt " p m "Need of Missionary Information." Acts ir. i : 1 1, The Monthly conference for Sundaj si hool WOrksTl and ten. hers wtn bi held Wednesdi.. evening at the pl.iv er nieetinn hoiu I'liisT i-m Mtvri i;i t in nt ii Cot mi l-ilth and silver. Hugh a. ....per. Paetar, Clinuncey A. 1.. reman, AMOClata Pastor. Rlbie school, i a m Men's fellow .ii In eias tnttthl hi Waterloo. Tlie. host tsiiowing family portralhfc proudly) -I'orirait of my Mi'cat uncle lost Oil ai'ln at Waterloo. The Youth (hopelessly bond) Pu ll Id place, Waterloo, lost my (Otf club tb.-i e la .1 u . ek, Sketoh. NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MINES SOCORRO, N, M, COURSES OFFERED; Mine Engineering, Miiiiiis, Geology, MetaNurgicaJ Engineti ng, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, ADVANTAii KH: Iteiiulrementa fully up to thOOg of star.durd schools of mines eveivwhne: oiOM proxim ity to a great variety of mines and smelters, where the various metal iurgloal prooeaaaa are illustrated; salubrious climate; water famed for It purity; good dormitory nonotnntodntloni at low cost ath Per full Information, or catalogue, nddresa f Tin Registrar NKW MEXICO SCHOOL 01 MINES Socorro, Sew Mexico " ji, ii ii.i i ii . :-'i Do You Know You ( an Rent a Kan or $1.00 a Month from The Albuquerque Gas, Electrit Ugh! & Power Co. M .,. . ''''''''ii;i;)i ;;' : Kin noin ki i the joiknal e HI I m m n ! U) 1 H X tn j o 2 0 2 .-, u H X PI n fl O Z o ! w H I 1