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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1914.
FIVE ESrrrr -Ttt 1 1 wmp i flUQ THFATDF LLIlJ MILAtlUL d& 1 1 iii'.H i If ii i rV 11 1,1 " '!i ' i i I r:H ii i . mi ,i, i , I Saturday, Feb. 21st. u 'CLIIER'S' PERIOD 150 CLOSES ''AM l Animal Tour I. fc J A" i Sarah Padden CREAKS a O'CLOCK TONIGHT LASTCHANC lif'S i UEcranil nnrnm TO GET EXTRA PG1NTS ON SUBS ., . 'i l ililiiM i h i in u in mum ' i 1 , i ' . IIP I M I I I II I ! .1 Ml 1 ! I This Evening Only 7 to 9, o Clock Attractive assortment uf f-ond quality silk i''nur-in-Iiainl Ties: desira'ile pat tens ami cilnriiis: 35c values: special tliis evening, 1 l-'iitest (jinliiy silk, Kuur-in-liand ' !" i -. ; wide variety uf la:e t p'liicnis and color ing: tvotita, "'Dc and 75c yaliK"-: sie.'ial tliis ''enin, Men's Suit and Overcoat ale 250 Men's Suits and Over- j coats, Kirsclih.'uini make, strictly all wool andx hand tail. 'red, all new styles and latest falirics, all sizes fpm .U to 4-1 : sold reonlarly to s.vi.(k). tor this salk. (HOICK. See window display. Wonder Suit Value at $11 150 Men's Suits, latest styles Worsteds, C'assinieres, Che vi'ls and Ilhie Serges, all sizes- in the ai irtnient. values ' to $20.('0; special tlit suit, THE Golden Rule Dry Goods Company "We Do W hat W'e Advertise." 7c Till-: LAST D.V V posiitvdy 111'" month';' ruhscriptiop.s u'hd upwards! tonight m U o'clock ihe special not n fin in i)i the campaign will it he M'ilptlonS. Kvcry plnU hi Hot means 2,iuK extra points. Pink ballots hi p issued mi even .six months suosoripuon. Iwip uf them go with a .war's sub scription itnd additional ones I'm- every six months more up to tin years. A leu years' subscript ion entitles the candidate to 4 . uimi extra points on pink liallots In addition to :!'Ml,'Mt imued on regular halioi:;. ToliiKht liefore o'clock is Till': ti mo to turn In snlw, rlptioiiK. Al! hono subscriptions that yon anticipat,. umilng In N1"..T Saturday n in lit Sllul'l.l) I 'I t K. 1.1 IX 'I'OMCIIT. it means L'.ih.oi additional points ''II fvrv vix Months to Vi'l' while next -ntui'dav night von will secure HXI.V TIIK I 'HINTS ISSt'KO ON KKtitT-AK HA l.i.i Tsi IN At 'Colli) WF WITH TIIK liKtil "LAU SCHKHCLK. , Suhsoilptions mailed before II o'clock tonight will he credited Willi pink ballots as well as those ternou m p u Tour Department nofore 8 p. in. This is cil'ectivo in order thai candidates in the outside districts may have the same chalice as those possessed l,j A lhuiiicr lie candidates. The "Climber's" period also closes tonight. The candidate securing the greatest number of points during the period from February 11 to Feb ruary 21 will I'cceiive $7a In cash or a dl ond ring whichever she chooses. The "Climber's" period ch.se.s. promptly at !' P. m. 'nmliditex ami their friend:: who are In the Tour Iieparlment offices by that hour but w ho have not had a chance to turn In their subscript ions, w ill be aecom inodalcd Hen ir Iho work of receipting and issuing ballots runs past the : hour d' ! o'i lock. No person will be admitted to the Tour Department offices after the ibjors are locked at V o'clock mini alter all balloting has ceased. Subscrip tions MI'ST be made out on the regular subscription forms furnished for I he purpose and no subscription tor an iudiv ideal for a longer term than leu yi ars w ill lie accepted. This is the date upon which every cnndidale who hopes to win should turn in KVKHV A V A 1 1 .A I'.FF. SC i'.SClU I'TloN. It un-ans more points on special, liallots and a chance to win $7r. , djaniond ring. TL'HN I.N au. Tin; si'iiscnii'TuiN's rossna.K j:ff(iiik u o'clock thniisiit. s FOR FETE TODAY, More or Less Euphonious; Placards Promise Rollicking! Fun at Washington Day! Entertainment, ! TUDENTS REAOY THEY ANNOUNCE The "magnificent, incomprehensible,1 Andres Siibedrn, chat Red with liiirK Itnomiruous coiu;Tomeiatioii of mis- lary, and Tony lilussl, chariied Willi lellaneoii.s mysteries," uccorilins to coiieea linj; stolen property, In con annoiiincmcnts, a brief sisht ot which nectlon with the burplaiy of ileorpe will be preseiiled to the na.e of the S. tlriihains tailor shoi on the nmht tuisuspei tinu public at tip' IiIb parade of l''ebru:iry :i. yesterday atlernoon to be niveii by the university students were bound over to await the action this atlernoon, bvtween the hours of of the grinnl July at the March term i and 6, will be merely a part of the of the district court hv Justice Ceorue treat tilings ill sloie for ihoso who Kaln access to the old ICconomlst I'UildiiiK alter the parai.e. i The SUiini Tail liaternity will he there in. mil Hway, with it thrilling inelodlaiila "Their Only Cow," which is nuaranieed to bririK both sobs and happiness to the audience. Then the 'Ill-Alphas, with their condensed l!ar niim Halley, "The Modern Freaks," the specimens for which, it is claimed, have been naihered from the four cor ners of the earth, will present a mix ture of thrills and lauvshter from be Mtinlnn to end. The sorority Kills, the Phi Mas, not to be outdone y the male fraternities, v.ill untold to the ua;:e uf the public I heir famous "llallery of Art." I resides II, ne .Mchnr. j The Sophomores have another thriller In the presentation of their motordrome, featuring "liaro Iievil l'eKe," and "1' earless Fiji," whose! skill in this line is already well known to all vuiHiiy students. j The freshmen, in The Meteor," will, I for the first time, place before the! poblle ih,. genuine eelestlaj visitor; whbh fell In the mountains several i (lays nun, and was discovered and1 Kivcn Iheni for their use by Dr.; e harles T. Kir k. While all these features will be for the i nn rtalinneiit and delectation of the mental side of mankind man" will bv no means In The Juniors and senior.s will combine their "!'"ii ill a, booih, at which eais" ot all kinds, as well as drinks, of the Kolt variety, will be dispensed to the public, In return for a trifling consideration. The Kills of the normal department will, us usual, have barge (if the .sale of candy of all kinds. Their skill in this respect is too well know n to re-1 quire comment. Ice cream, limile under thy direc tion of Prof. Ii. K. Loudon, will he' sold by the sub-freshmen, or "preps." i whlih Is u sufficient guarantee of its deli'Clablenes.s and desirability, i A continuous vaudeville will be ln prioress durlnu the whole course ot ihe evening, which everyone is wel come o witness, as the admission to t he buildinir will be free. j Ihiiwe at Cliw, ' The Ascrvo System will be used, and everyone purchasing anything at the fete will have an opportunity ro par ticipate in this. j The fete committi e yesterday sub-' yi -riiicd to the MoroinK .lournal for! five yetirs. The vi tcs, fciind in the! Journal g Hoiind-I he Wot Id campaign, ) due upon tliis suli.se iptlon are to be; awarded to the winiur of a little cam paign to i,e held ut the fete. With every one-cent purchase at the fete a 1 .allot 'will be given. These may be cast In a ballot box In the hall tindj the conti slant entered ill tile Journal's! campaign who receives the plurality at the fete will receive the votes due on the five-year subscription. The grand finale of the evening will he a dance, which Is to he begun at the end of the show. TOM TUCKER HELD BY j POLICE AS A SUSPECT The polli p last night arrested Tom Turker, following their investigation of the theft of a emit, containing $J0, and other clothes taken recently from the Mansion cafe, en South First street. Captain Pat O'liraiy stated that 110 charge had been made against Tin ker yet. The polbe say Andrew Lindborg, a pc cum! hand dealer, at 405 South First, informed them a man, answering Tucker's description, had disposed of a coat at hiH place recently, Tui ker has been arrested before, t ast summer he pii ked Assistant City Knglneer Dennis Chavez' coat, con taining city pay checks, off a fence on We-t Copper avenue, and ran. The police caught Mm afterward hiding in a store. TTenrv bnnt ii.tii tr, riuti Si secure ex t rn pi i IK s nn .six pink ImllulM will possible to seciin lie wiih. Iiavv n am Mra points ml sub- I FOR GRAND JURY; E Tony Blassi Pleads Guilty to Having Stolen Property in Possession; He Is Bound Over Also, K. 'raiK. Sabeilia pleaded not miilty and the court called his preliminary examina tion ut once, lie was committed to jail in default of kkiill bond, lilassi, who recovered part of the stolen goods for the police, pleaded mnlty. Ilis bond was llxeil at J.'iiui. Patrolman Pablo Lulan took them to the county jail at old Albiiitieriue. Sabedra Mas arrested soon after the hui'Klary and sent to Hid Town to serve a short sentence as a anrant. The police had no evidence uKiiinst Sabedra at that limp ami they want ed to hold him until they completed their investigation. Since then lllassi Hid olhei-H hale nivcn Chief Me.l. lin statements thai connect Sabedra with the hui'nlary. lie denied any knowledge of It yesterday in .Justice Craig's court. FORMER PUBLISHERS CONFESS JUDGMENT TO LIGHT COMPANY llening ,t Black, former publishers of the Kvening Herald, yesterday con fessed judgment in the district court in a case tiled by the Alhtiiiicrqii lias, Klectrie Light V- Power Co, The List l:iy t mmum BURGLARYGHARG the ' Inner complaint was hied yesterday inorn furgotten. Ing. The amount involved is Slim. due the company for light and power furnished the la iriio r publishers, uc eom pin Int . cording to the CHILLILI PUPILS ARE FIRST TO ENTER THE STATE EGG CONTEST Counly Superintendent A. Monloya yesterday received the lirsl essays written by school children of Ileiii-i-llllo county as competitors in the con test planned by the ppultry depart ment of the state fair. Pour Chillili luipils were the wrllers of tile papers. Mr. Monloya and Superintendent John .Milne are judges for liernalillo coun ty and they will pass upon these es says, together wilh those they expect to get later, selecting the prize win ners for (his county and Ihe coimtv'n candidate for the stale prize. IS ! No Headache, Sour Stomach, Biliousness or Constipation by Morning, Cet a 10-rcnt box now. Turn 'lie iiisenln out the hcadaehe. biliousness, Indigestion, the dick, sour stomach and foul gaaeH turn them out to-night and keep them out with Casea rels. Millions of men and women take 0 Cascaret now and then and never know the misery caused by a lazy liver, clogged bowels or nn upset stomach. Don't put In another day of distress. JaI CascaieiH cleanse your stomach: remove the sour, fermenting food; take th excess bile from your liver and curry nut nil the constipated waste matter and poison In the bowels. Then vou will feel great. A discard to-night straightens ynu out !,y morning. They work while you sleep, A 10 -cent box from any drug store means a clear head, sweet stomach and clean, healthy liver and bowel netion for months. Chil dren lovo Cascnretu because they H IS 1 SLUGGISH LIVER l 'I 'Hi t NsiiTill -S M , , I l . I 1 1 1 "ii'i . ?S I I I I I J. in? MRS. ST. CLAIR TELLS ! MRS. REDMOM WHERE i ' TO FIND JEWELRY; Mrs. Cli.'irloK Kedmon yislerdav niornlnu; levelled a Idler from Mr--. St. Clair, in w hose possc-sion the po lice found stolen Jewelry, telllnn her where to find u watch and ;old biio e let which she missed some time ami. The police recovered the in 11 iIih from second-hand stores. Kedmon ilenlifi'il as hla Mile's property Konie .Jewelry which the po lice found in- Mrs. St. flair's posses sion lit' til l . but said at I he time Ills wife had missed other articles. lie turned the letter received by bis wife over to the police and they M"l the jewelry. PETITIONS FOR SCHOOL ELECTION ARE PREPARED ! Supcrinti lid' nt John Milne yester- ! !l;iy mailed to various pal ls of I Ii ; j county petitions, culling for an e!e lion upon Ihe question of the islah hisliment of a county high school, i These petitions are to be circulated. through, ut the county and If one-hub of the voters, both mi ll an, I women, sign Iheni Ihey will be preseiiled b. ihe county commissioners wh then call the election. If the quest h n to establish Ihe high I school clinics at (he Hiioei.il elecl.on.j Ihil't.V -file stlloi llls, who Five outM.l.. 'the city Minus and who imw pay tui tion tor intending- the high school here, will be able to attend without! cost. if the voids i.friclally create the county high si hind the commis sioners, however, will be able to tual.e ,1 levy for its imiiiib Ii Hi. o, win. h will take the place of the tuition paid h luuuty students. SOUTH SECOND STREET ADDS ANOTHER BUSINESS1 The Crown Furniture coiupait is Hie name of a new concern which will ho leady for hint! 111 ss on Monday, Kebru-I jury z .lil, with Albert II. (larcla as pro- j prieior. 1 tie place is at .;i,i .--oil! 11 , Sect nil street, and Mr. Cariia will! handle both new HI:. I s'.'i ohil -11.1 li'l furniture. Spo, lul attention will In ! paid to repaii dug and packing furni ture of all kinds, anil expert work Willi be giuiianlei .1 In every respect. Mr j Harci.t, for many vtars, waa in ihaita ; of the packing an I repair departments of the Fiilielle I'lirmiure eniiipaiiy ; (now Kapplei, and tin- A. I'aber Fur nilure companv, and he is I h'Tol'oi e : familiar Willi Ihe business. He is a; son-ln-lavv of .Major II. It. Whiting, j t'lilled Slabs 1 ooillossioocl' fol lios! district. Friends an lifident in' I will succeed In the furniture business ' SANTA FE TRAIN IS ANNULLED BECAUSE OF 1 CALIFORNIA FLOODS: The cmiii'ii t d heavy rains are: flood. In soiitiicrn California ijused the Mania Fe railway lo annul irate No. HI, due to arrive here at 'i :;!,'. i.'clo. k this morning. A 'slu'u" .V... 10 will leave on I, me, at K:H.-, o'cl... k. No report i i' train No. 2. due at i:lf, o'clock this afternoon, or No. 4, Hue nt : : - o'clock tonight, was re ceived here last night. Train No. s, due at 7:l'i o'clock last night, did k,i arrive uiilll Hi o'clock "ii account of' ihe California I bm Is. i D. A. R. PRIZES ARE AWARDED STUDENTS IN ; CHALK TALK CONTESTS Prizes in 'he historical chalk talk content, offered by the lvv Wallace chapter. Daughters of the American lievoli.tlon, w re won yesterday after noon at the Central m llooi by ('(tssie. White, whose sublec, vvas "Klavery," ' and biuret. Doolittle, whose mihjiot! i'i'HiI I AWARDED Medal and Diploma for Superiority over all competitors at the great World's Fair and at all fairs and expositions wherever exhibited. DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER is the one great bak ing powder, for over half a century known and celebrated for its pur ity, strength, and keeping quality. Its use assures the food against alum and all forms of unwhole some adulterations that go with imitation, low grade brands. ROBINSONS PUBLISH CATALOGUE OF LENS STUDIES OF INDIANS '.en, II F. It. .bin- "l. superintendent oi iiTiKunoii, ( i i ! , , i sun,., imliiin ser vice, and Mrs. Kobinnon. have puh-l lished a i alabu;ue of "l.cim Stuiiie of, tile Itulians." ibiiernl P.o,rison in the twi nly-fl'.-e eais he has been In j the Indian service lias made sa-veral i thousand phoior.raphs, and Mrs. ltol,-1 Inson also has made freipient use of' the oannT.1 auioiiK Iho tribes of New .Mi x ico and A rlzon i. j In their "Ions studies," (b'neral u nil j Mrs. Ilobinson are malilm; an effort to pnserve im eresi I ni; phases of the life anil trails of the Indians of the sunt hive.-t. for a clear complexion PIMPLES and blackheads dis appear, unsightly, complex ions become clean, clear, and velvety, and hair health and beauty are promoted by the reg ular use of Kosinol Soap and an occasional application of Resinol Ointment. These Hoothin, heal ing preparations do their work easily, quickly and at little cost, when even tlio most expensive cosmetics and complicated "Leuuty treatment" fail. All (IruMuUlft Hfll Risilnol &4ip aiul Rs Innl 1 lint ittn e Knr t nn 1 9 trr nf rn.-h.wre to Unlit. 17-S. JUiiuuui. Uillluwra. Ud. DUKE CITY Cleaners -Hatters I .'II V. t.ol.l Flione tin Santa Aei 'limit annual reunion Keatlish nt Santa e. l ehiMaiy 2:5-25, Ci loraibi ( I'rlriitliul noil soul',), all Texas (I I I'imo, uniitlllo and III Kale will he one and one-tilth fli muni Hip wiih final return limit AllunpM ripie If 1. 1,1 for the n mill I P. J. 11) 1 m1ML, mi 'Jill w ill!!!!lll HARMONY FOUR WILL SPEND SUNDAY HERE The Harmony Pour entertainers from Arkansas ('lly, Kan., who are KlvliiK i u t crt a t nine u t a at various San ta I'e rcadini; looms, will spend Sun da, the l".'nd, In Albuiiucniiie, arriv ing at 7 a. in., from San Marelal and leavimr at Ipllfi p. 111. for llallup. They will not be booked for Albn- iiiorcpie. The personnel of the com pany is: i:. .1. Held. Ulcliiird Sllre, I'.ae Iloldel'inan, Viriill Joins, Hay Muchiuole, Kitinelh ltelvviK, I. S. Wrlnht, Ivan Abbott and liny Kills. The next attraction under the San la l''e reading I'ooui course to be book ed for A llniiii"i''iiie Is the W'elllnuton dills' bam), forty Ihree in number, from Wellington, Kan., nl the Klk thealer, Sunday eveiimi!, March t. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO1 ; 8 BUY YOUH o o Lumber, Glass, Paints and Cement AT THE SUPERIOR LUMBER & MILL CO. o o o o o o o o io 1 ! o i 0 o 0 ; OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOt THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholcsalu and Kelnll Dealers In I-'KKSII AM) SALT Mi:.TS Sausage a Kix-4'lally For Tattle and Hogs the Plggest Market i'rlces Are Paid. QHICHESTER SPILL. 4 M Hir .ft r I'ruinoinl Itrftntj . I'll'. Im H fi ! I.. r,rt,iM,V I-Sirl i! !ti, fcit.U,n. 1 nn uihrr. Hoy ttf four " lrufUt. A f - 111-4 IftnTin lljilM 111. A M I'lllW. (. yi-mtkrtowtisi Hr 'f.Sulrit. A I v kellli K N FRENCH FEMALE A m m m m 1! I r I L L o A Hn, rtntsif Mil lif fur l rTfciD MtNiTRVATlDN, N r Vf R KNOWN TO r All. k-' "t H,.i, I h.u.. (. ': -n I.n.l aM41 t k, T I,-rnt,.c,l. h'''il pl''i'l r.-i t n) (.- r t-.s. Will 4.'i, i tiinn u 11 11, b u- psoi (,-r ln n rt'llrvixl. Hiiile4 i ir. It juuf Jfi.tl.t dut but ttkua litem mrti uut r,l. i ivlbs 1 H UNtTIO MfDtCUff) . 0Ttl M0G0LLON Stage and Auto Line DAILY Leave silver City 'i , m. Arrive Alogollon 4 p. m. Ieavo Mogollon T a. m. Arrive Silver Illy 4 p. m. Speelal t ars on llispiest Call or Address ('. W. Marrlolt, Prop., Sliver lly, N. M. Fe, N. M, and Return Kitiw of Vt-w Mexico to lie lielil . Tii keM on Mile from points in Miuts In New Mexico and Tuna), l'rliriiary 21, 22 and 211. - - l elans lloillcd fare for Hie rJ,riiiir 2H, Mill. Hale from rip. JOHNSON, Agent In the lies' of All Nook I'lays- "I avenden AND Old Lace" lly MYKTI.K IvKl'.D 1 1 Tour Direction of United r.-iv t o. inc. . ..v , Prices 50c, 75c, ?i, $1.50 Scats on sale at Matson's Hook Store I'eh. 19. oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 0 o o o o o Elks Theatre TUESDAY, FEB. 24 8 O o o The Annual Elks' Play- o O O O O O o O o o o r o o o 0 o o a o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ! SEVEN I DAYS A niiTiNt;. i:oi:i; Kiorors i .i;ci: toMi nv t inier 1 1 to Dlreellon of .M.itrgi i: i.oik.i: tin B. P. 0. E. SKATS OX SVI.K AT M ATSOVS, Saturday, I'cbruaiy 21st, PRICE $1.00 ALL OVER g THE HOUSE UOOOOO0OOO000O0000000O000O Elks Theatre Thursday, Feb. 26 CHEER UP .l Alt W i l l II To Make laiiglm (,1011 Where They eier (.rew Itelore. n the TAX n,.sv to Tin: toiti: t'urei l.rouehc Instantly si i: Tin: t.(v Seal mi Sale al Matson's I'liKTS: $1.50, $1.00, 75c IS For Painting iron and Shlnqle Roo's- Composition or Felt fcootng-Bridges SmoKcitacKs ere- ROOF CONTRACTS TAKEN WORK GUAWANTr.rO Boo ri:u tiAt.ro.v nAitiii u r,uu ri it t.Aixox Albuquerque Paint Works j. r.uitii d ii i:, 121 s. i in i;i m i:i;lt. THE Gl RL i r 1 I Relieves CATARRHofl ilfVfTDLADDERl li! Ai.lvRriffX a"daii I I I tT 'SW.VT 1 DtabarsH Ii I h? ll 1f1lfsl(U. o o o rmv