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' tHREE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY U, 1915. ,. ,. I, i T New Spring Ginghams 32-inch Amoskeag Chambray Ginghams, all new 1915 pat terns. See them in our window. 32 inihcs wide. At Per Yard I Oc Fret Delivery Out of Tow by Insured Parcel Pott Mail Oiden Given Prompt and Careful Attention I Iundrcds of Pairs of Kid Gloves Must Go WE'RE OVERLOADED ON COLORED KID GLOVES War no gloves could get over, o we bought double quantity, expecting half. Then they all came, and now are all here. We pay you in lessened prices to buy Trefousse Kid Gloves. $1.25 grade $1.50 grade $2.00 grade $2.50 grade atOSO t$1.35 at$l.G5 at $1.95 WE DO MORE THAN WE ADVERTISE f t Y t T y y f t t y t I y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y t y y y y y y y y y y y ill 4$ THE ECONOMIST AS USUAL LEADS IN EARLY SHOWING OF NEW SPRING 1915 Millinery Suit Skirts and Dresses NEW MERCHANDISE IS BEGINNING TO ARRIVE AND THE EARLY MODELS ARE RECEIVING MUCH PRAISE FROM THE PUBLIC COME AND SEE THE NEW THINGS New Suits The latest models in Spring Suits fea ture the smart short semi-tailored effects and the high empire line is now predom inating in suit coats. The backs of the coats are quite full below the belt line, while the center back is full and hangs in folds. The collars are high in these mod els, sleeves are almost all long and set in, giving a narrow shoulder line. The skirts of suits are a modified circular gored style. Materials are gabardine, serge, covert, as well as checks and stripes. The Skirts Never have separate Skirts been as popular as they are going to be this sea son. They are simple in line and in treatment. Fashion says the skirt must flare and be worn short, because they are more graceful and youthful. The materials will be darker covert cloths, imported tweeds and English mixtures. PAY DAY SPECIALS THE BELOW-MENTIONED SPECIALS ON SALE MONDAY AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK OR UNTIL SOLD-SO BE EARLY The New Millinery must be seen to be appreciated, have all the new things in millinery. We Newest Spring Wash Goods We extend to every lady in Albuquerque a special invitation to visit our opening sale and display of all that's new in Spring and Summer Wash Dress Fabrics. Never before have the materials been so dainty and pleasing; even the cheapest lawns show the workmanship of men with new ideas. For years our Wash Goods Section has been unsurpassed, both in assortment and quality of merchandise. This year ou efforts to please our customers will be far greater than any previous season. SOME OF THE NEW THINGS: 'Hand Embroidered Chiffon Organdy. Hand Embroidered English Voiles. Lace Cloth, plain colors and rosebud printed designs; Embroidered Crepes and Voiles, Japanese Crepes,' plain and striped; jiew Xinghams ocw.PUio White and .w. . ..... T , ft m i l i a f i.iu Kir-miAfFA rtr r V Colored iMripes on white Madras, new rinaerganen viuw, 'w 'i w V Printed Voile, new Irish Poplins, mercerized, permanent nnisn; imcc vunc, huoi.u t y y y y y designs in Silk Lace Cloth, new" White Organelles and Seed v ones. Priced at 10 a yard up to $2.50 a yard. ! The soft, thin fabrics' are decreed proper for 1915, in both plain and printed effects and never were our stocks more richly complejc. 1915 is to be a season for Cottons. Help the South by wearing cotton dresses. The materials are worthy of your considctanon Silk Remnant Sale This sale provides hundreds of useful lengths of superb Silks at savings of to j or more on every yard. These remnants left from our big sale of Silks last week and will be closed out as fol low :s, Lot Values to 50c. sale price 19 Lot 2 Values to $1.75, sale price I9 Lot 3 Values to $3.00. sale price 79? The variety of weaves and colorings is extraordinary. Included at one price or another are Crepe de Chines, Satin Mcssalines, Canton Crepe, Crepe Meteor, Satins, Satin Charmeusc, Shantung and Taffetas. Dress Goods Remnants Exceptional opportunities in tlus sale Reductions of to more than A. The variety of staple and novel fabrics is far too great to list here. Practically every weave and material is represented, in waist lengths, skirt lengths, dress lengths and lengths for children's dresses. All remnants are displayed on special tables in our Dress Goods Department. House Dress Special Second Floor See Window Display. Made of highest grade materials full width and length ; our reg ular $3.00 alues at ......$1.55 Silk Petticoat Special Second Floor. Made of a good grade Silk Mes saline, in all shades; a quality that sdcIIs service. Values to $3.00; special ... .........$1.98 Cotton Goods Remnants If you could get two di esses for your little daughter for the pike of one, or a neat little morning diess for half price, or a gown for your daughters and your self at the price of your own, would you be interested? These are not visionary. They fe the possibilities of the Cotton Remnant Counter. Sil kand Cotton Fabrics, Ging hams, Percale, Batiste. Novelty Dress Materials. There are most all materials and all lengths, and prices are JUST tj REGULAR PRICES Neckwear Clearance We are going to have a Clearance Sale in which will be included every piece of Neckwear that is the least soiled or mussed. Guimpes of all kinds and styles. Roll Collars of organdy, lace, etc. Vestees, Lace Collars, Collar and Cuff Sets. Frills. Ties, etc., divided into 4 lots at follows: Lot 1 Values to 25e, sale price 5 Lot 2 Values to 35c, sale price 9 Lot 3 Values to 50c, sale price 19? Lot 4 Values to 75c, sale price 25 Children's Dresses Second Floor. An immense assortment of Chil dren's Dresses, ages 4 to 14. made of gingham, chambray, percale, etc. Just the thing for school dresses. Regular values to $2.00; sale price... 98 We Quote Many Rare Values Today but the quantity of wall clearance lots that ne cannot advertise is still stronger in their appeal to prudent shoppers. These lots are evcrjiWiere and our rule of clean slocks denies iheth a place. You mil find full reward for any time and exertion that you may devote this Weel( to a thorough investigation of the underpriced offerings We are able to extend from time to time in any of the various friW of merchandise you desire for immediate or near future use 1 -4 Don Ton Fine Corsets at Reduced Prices We have assembled all our lines of Corsets that have been discontinued and grouped them for a quick clearance. They consist of Nadia, Royal Worces ter, Bon Ton and Gossard Front Lace Corsets. They are broken assortments, of course, but wc can fit you in one of the various styles or makes at the following prices. Cossttrd I runt Lace Styles Nos. 201 and 202, regular $5 grade, at $tL9S No. 364, regular $3.50 grade, at $2.98 All other makes reduced as follows: Regular Values $1.00 $2.00 $3.50 $5.00 $7.50 Sale Prices 75c 98c $1.98 $2.98 $3.98 SAHLIN WAISTS, regular $1.25 and $1.75 grades, special 9S liiassieres to close out at I1)0 Formerly priced at 60 c 090 $1.00 9S $1.50 rXvJJv---"' vS v. Waists in an Unusal Sale " Three tables of Waists at special prices to close out this week, because they must make room for new things coming. They are in prevailing modes and of a quality to merit a place iu any wardrobe. Table No. 1 consols of Blouses made of Crepe, Crepe Voile, Organdies, Linen, Lawn, lincnc. China Silk. Habulai Silk. Lace. Messaline, Silk. Chiffons and Challies. Values $1.50 to $15.00. TAKE YOUR PICK AT i. PRICE Table No. 2 consists of Crepe de Chine. Pongee, Messaline. I labutai Silk, Taffeta and Lace in the various new style collars; values to $6.50; sale price $2.98 Table No. 3 are Lawn. Organdie. Voile and t'ongrttc Waists; values in tins lot to $2,50; sale price Hosiery Special at 1 9c a pair Consists of Children's' Black Fine Ribbed Stockings in sues $ to' 9; our regular 25c Children's Hose, at, pair Women's Black and Tan Burson Seamless Hose in all sues, selling regularly at 25c; sale price, pair Ready-to-Wear Department Special t Second Floor These are regular volucs to $20.00, sale price $9.00, and consist of Silk and Wool Dresses and All Wool Suits, both plain and fancy; regular values to $20.00; and the sale price is only , $9.00 ? ? ? V V ? V ? ? Y x Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y Y y Y v Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y Y t Y Y Y x 19tf 19c X Y Y i j jnc maiena.s .C . , . VAAAAAAAAh Santa Fe Society) Notes to r.KAt i:i;gaki. A limn th.it niHtclu-il the mountains and cumpHlled The Hlai-H to lnok our way hii1 lionur uk. . , , Tim color of I tin KI i"'"1' WH 111 thi rod parlh; 'i'lio taim ami odor of thp primal IllillRK Tim i ri lll ml., mnl llllllpnct) of t"B rock; The RladnnxH of the wind Unit bIihUcb the corn; Tim loinagi! of the bird that dares the sea; 'l')v justice of the rain that loves all leaves; Tim iity of the hiiow that tildes all oar; And when ho fell in whirlwind, In went down An when a kingly cedar green with boughs (Iiitu down with a great Bhout upon Uio hillH, And leave, a lonesome plaeo against the sky. Willi TIIK.lAEs op VX AHTIST. Uniiiue and triklnK i the exhibit which was huiiK on Thursday in the reception room of the Palace of the Governors. In fact, every new display Is heicinning to he considered as an event of state-wide Interest. The exhibit is thut of crayon sketches of the late Donald Beaureuard. There are a hundred or more of these sketches, most of them landscapes, taklns the visitor from Dunkirk '.o Algiers ami from Munich to Homo, with a glimpse, for the. sake of con trast of New Mexico and Utah, The work shows lh sure touch of an art ist who knows whut tie sees, who makea every stroke unit dot. count. There art also shown the water color sketches of Hie lift? of ht. rrancis which, wore to have been carried out in oil. in the six ureal mural paintings for the Han Diego exposition and upon which the artist was at work when death took brush ami palette, out of his bunds. L'rilesn present pluns mls ,..,rrv niher. but also able hands will complete the work left unfinished, to live forever in the splendid memorml t.. the FiariiMsca.il martyrs and Span ish pioneers, to be erected at Santa i. o r...iiii nf the New Mexico build ing at San Diego, the mission church at Aeoina. but to be reproduced in fii.oi.rmif concrete with ample space for storing and exhibiting priceless t.t Vow Mexico's historic and prehistoric days as well as examples of its art. liiewe six """" ,iirr,innitive though they are and rep resenting only rough preliminary sketches, tell something of the vision of the artiwt, his poetic conception of a lofty theme, which was to glorify the life nn.J works of New Mexico's pa tron saint, Ht. Kranci de Asissl umi hi -worker. Santa Clara. i the first sketch. St. Francis bids farewell to the vanities of this world Oji one side, upon a hill in the moon- J. C. HotnH.lt. P. 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Ays..- ionics...: fcroet aad N9. . stats.. light, gleams the magnificent castle of Asissl. on the other side is the sombre monastery Illuminated with a crucifix. The second sketch, a triple punel, shows Santa Clara divesting herself of her garments to the aston ishment and fonsternalion of her en tounisre, in older lo put on Hie course liuhllimciita of poverty. Un one "Ido is St. Francis healing the robber who had waylaid him. This much from the personal tifs of the two saints. The other pictures tell of the work of St. Francis. Most beautiful is the conception of Colum bus and his boy knocking at the doors of tho Franciscan convent at 1'uIoh, Spain, where a Franciscan monk, clad In brown, bids him welcome and lends such encouragement that the tnree caravels which finally made the epoch creating voag appear in a vishji in, uii'iiu hci full Then conic tile. picture of thts Franciscans, pleading with the Comiuistadores for tho life and souls of the Indians In Mexico. This triple panel is overwhelming in the grundeur of its conception, the Coiuiiiisladores In full panoply or war, oii.i-n umi lnlthtv. on one side; the In dians, almost nude, clinging to their elaborately carved Aztec altar, on tna other, and the Franciscan with uplift ed cross in the center. One returns to this pieture again and again wltu admiration. Kiu.illy oeaulilul is the scene of the Franciscans building tha New Mexico missions. In the back ground are the lofty mountains and the Indian pueblo on a foothill. In the center are the Franciscans preaching io the Indians. Other In dians are engaged in rearing the no ule arch for the mission, while, to one side o Franciscan Is studying! tho) plans for the church. In conclusion, there is a triple panel, the apotheosis of St. FiBiicis, symbolically portraying the contributions ho made tw science, literature, religion, poetry and art. It is a conception thut would have de lighted the Greeks, classical In compo sition and thought. In t'olor, the decorative effect Ih never lost sight In some of the pictures the connois seur notices Hie Influenco of Puvls de Ohavaones, the greatest of modern French mural artists, while In other pictures there is a resemblance to the technique of. Abbey in "The Search for the Holy Grail" which glorifies the Boston public library. However, In all of the compositions, there is noticeable earnest striving to get away from the hackneyed and the trite and to create an original work comrnen urMte with the loftiness of the them". There are also In this exhibit portrait studies for the mural paintings and one recognizes the features of Judge A. J. Abbott, who was to have been the philosopher: K. M. Chapman, wh:i was to have been the poet fn the apotheosis; of Don Kafael Komero, of Abe Splegelberg, as well as of a well known street character in Santa Fe, who was to have been the robber, all of which add to the local Interest of this exhibit. It will remain up for a limited time only to give way for what is planned to be a prize exhibit for photographers, both amateur and profeaslouals. Tha present exhibit was hung by K. M. Chapman anu Sheldon Parsons and shows the sym pathetic touch of fellow artists for one who has departed. It Is due to the generosity of Hon. Frank Sirliitf er that this exhibit is mudo. IT WAS AMU VI JttjrU DAY. . Two hundred guests on Tuesday ternoon greeted two of t he Irglsl i tive visitors from Albiiiiieniue, Mis. iM.inn ana iwrs. iui iii. "t m" . ..r m.... 1, A I. UT.ill..,. iaIui with l 11 I W. I 11,11 l, I . .. I I . - , .. v., Mrs. Itiihert F. AI'lund. a former Al- bu(iieii(iieau, gavo a reception in hon or of tho visitors. Fragrance of spring blossoms welcomed the callers as they entered the house. In th reception hall and study red and yel low tulips flared out their greeting'; in ili.. I, ,,i ui.llniu nur-i'iywl and p Tf Koeiui. Mrs. Isaac Harm. .ihih. Gregory I'uge. Mrs. J. K, Keuihurg, Mrs. 15. C. C'rampton, Mrs. S. Spitz, Mrs. A. S. JlrookeB, Mrs. C 11. Coch rane, Mrs. Hubert I'. Krvlen. Mrs. John W. March, Mrs. N. H. Uiughlm, Mrs. J. F. limine, Mrs. wens, nn. Alois H. iteneliun, Mrs. Arinur oeim man, Mrs. Waller D. Kegol umi Mis. Staiiilley li. Small. Mrs, Spitz won Ihu guests' prize while Mrs. llaydeii tar ried off tho wuelily club prize With the departure on Monday "I I Mis Curry for l'lttsburgu, J'u., " visit her parents, there has ended lor the present a aeries of Informal even ings over tho curd table, at which Dr. and Mrs. Veal, Speaker and Mrs. Ko mero. Mrs. Harvey, ex-Uovernor and Mrs, Curry and a few others wlniu awav many a pleasant hour. Mrs. Wilson's class in archaeology of the Governors iruv l.illt.u .....I..I....1 i.i. . mifttiltiiin nlllHllll : .. ii) ... i ,i,,, ihImi' " "J".iI!!;ri":S mm-iuuy and Interest- ""V. i . ....... ' - u,i,i afternoon. J no suo- radiance of t he rose tapers n ' Primitive Art" and membra lai canoiesiicKS. rionus ui nun." , - , n .... h embraced the electric dome and feathery asparagus vinos wove deli cate traceries upon the hand-embroidered centerpiece. Snapdriigo'is and carnations, also in delicate ptnKB, were massed about the room. Serving tho tutti-rruttl Ice cream and Ices, the cuke mints and crystal lized fruit, all fitting Into the color scheme, were Mrs. ltenehau ami Mi's. Havies, followed bv Mrs. I'age of Gal lup and Mrs. Doepp of Carlsbad, as sisted by Mrs. T. A. Spencer of Carri zozo; Mrs. W. H. 1'rlnCB, Mrs. James A. Itolls, Mrs. Howell Krnest, Mr. Theodore Aspltmd and Mrs. I.ucln M. Harvey of Chicago. In the study, Mrs. Seeiindino Ro mero of Las Vegas, and Mrs. Veal of ltoewell, poured coffee, assisted by Mrs. Charles A. Jluynes and Mrs. An tonio I.ucero. In the receiving lino were Mrs. Aspluml, Mrs. Walter, Mrfl. Barth, Mrs. Mann, while Mrs. M Donald, Mrs. Lnughiin. Mrs. I,. Brnri fora Prince, Mrs. Herring, Mrs. Welt mer, Mrs. Kapp rind Mrs. Honing of Albuquerque, assisted In the reception room. At the door. Misses Caroline Asplund and Constance Walter took the cards. Many stunning gowns made their first appearance In honor of the Albuquerque visitors and In lrt dltlon to the Santa Fe ladles, practi cally all of the legislative visitors in the cltv were among the cullers dur ing the afternoon. SINUVV. There were a number of dinner par ties on Sunday. Among those who entertained visitors at their hospita ble board were Governor and Mrs. McDonald, who had as guests Sen ator and Mrs. Isaac Barth and Sen ator and Mrs. J. K. Ilinkle. Mrs. Hin kle having on the afternoon triairi for her home at Uoswell. Mrs. C. A. Cochran also entertained a merry crowd at dinner the evenlna. MOXDAV. Mri" Harry II. Dorman will enter tain tiie Auction Bridge club tomor row. Iist Monday the club was the guest of Mrs. French. It was also guest day, among those In attendance besides the club members being Mrs.. of the class as well as the leader spoke or tho various phases which this art assumed in prehistoric limes. To II luslratu tho subject there were dis played choice specimens of basketry, weaving and sculpture, as well as plJ tures Mrs. Crampton held the In terest of every one present with an account. Of the Ivories in her Alusliun collection. Tuo subject for tho next meeting will be "Creation and Delugo Stories." Monday evening, Judge iind Mrs. McFie entertained ut dinner, tho guests being Speaker and Mrs. Jto mero, Judge and Mrs. Mann, Dr. and Mrs. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Keuehan, Mr. and Mrs. Davlrs and Mr. ami Mrs. Jjco Herbert. The color scheme was pink and green, 4 V WOltlt. Work! Thank God for tbe swing ot It, For the clamoring, ham muring ring of It, BuHsion of labor dally hurled On the mighty ain'lls of tho worM. Oh, what is so fieri as the fl uno of t And what Is so huge as tho aim of i. Thundcriug on tlirnugh dearth and doubt, Calling tho plan of tho Maker out; Work, tho Titan; Wi-rk, the friend Shaping tho earth to a glorious end; Draining the swamps and blasting tho hills, Doing whatever the spirit wills, Itending a continent apart, To answer the dream if the Muster heart. ' e e Thank God for a world where none may shirk. Thank God for the splendor of work! Angela Morgan ill OulloOK. TUESDAY. The Five Hundred party by Miss Jane Groves on Tuesduy evening was In honor of Mies Grace Cook of Carls bad, a house guest at the Groves home. Miss Mirlum Cartwrlght anu Mr. Fullerton carried off the prizes. The guests were Misses Cook of Carls bad, Flans of St. IjOUIS, aicuoiiuiu hi Oregon, Parker, Johnson, Cartwrlght, Baca, Harrison, Lucero, Sal'ford, Mor rison and Messrs. C.erhait, Moore, Dl uz, Windsor, Parkhurst, Hai por.Hark ness, Wiley, Matron, Kronenberg, Fullerlon, McCllntock and Huberts. Chief Justico and Mrs. Huberts en tertained at dinner ut their homo on Kast I'nlace avenue Tuesday evcnllW. Tho guests went Judgo M. C. Medium, Churbs Springer, J. 11. Skidiiiorn, Charles A. SplcsH, Herbert W. Clark, li. C, Crampton and li. A. Mlera. Mrs. Wills entertained tho Tuesdiy Kvening dub mid Miss Salmon the Five Hundred club on 'Tuesday even ing. In addition to the club memb ers, tho fciiestH were Mrs. Secundino lloiiicro, Mrs. Cleofes Itoinero, Mrs. Charley Closson, Mrs, W. ij. Gllutt and Mips I.I Ilia u Barker. Tho Delphhio Dancing club gavo a dunce, in Library hall Tuesday even ing. Tho Bard of Avon was the tuple of tint lituraturo study class ot tho Santa Fo Woman's club which tm't with Mrs. M. A. Otero Tuesday after noon. Mrs. Black of ltoswcll led In the discussion "Why Does Shukes peuro I.lvo," and Mrs. Ormsbee re viewed Shakespeare's women. De lineations of naturj by Shakespeare were then taken up by tho class, In cluding "Under tho Greenwood Tree," from "As Yo'i I.lko It;" "Fairy Land," from "Loves' I.ubor Lost," and "The Fairy Life," from the "Tempest." Sixteen was the attendance at the meeting of Uui art study class of the Woman's club Tuesduy ufternoon at tho homo of Mrs, James A, Kolls on Fast l'alaco avenue. Mrs. C. A. Wheolon read a comprehensive, paper on Michel Angelo. r vi;i)m;siav. The. third of a series of bridge par lies by Mrs. C. O. Harrison and Mri. M. T. Duuluvy wus given WeuneBu.y afternoon, Natlonul Itepubllcaii Committeeman Charles A. Spless and Hon. Charles Springer were hosts Wednesday even ing at a merry dinner party given ut their legislative residence on East l'aluce avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slaplln enter tained ut dinner Wednesday eveulnir. 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