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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1915.
Crescent Hardware Co
tlofe. llnrwft, llim-c IWnlblnjr kmIn, Cutlery, 1ool, Iron 11 faltee
Hi Fitting, I'liiniliinif, Healing, Tin Mini Copper Uirk.
II V. CCI..TI!.I, S TI.I.U'IIOM: 115.
Your Grocer Has Received a Fresh Supply of
NATIONAL OATS
THE IDEAL BREAKFAST DISH
I
No. 57
COFFEE
IS GETTING THE
BUSINESS
35c PER LB.
3 LBS., $1
"TELMO"
l"T THIS BRAND of ( A.VMJ)
OOOIHI AND VOI' HAVE TUB
BffcT
LET US SEND A MAN
T Jtepiaee Dint Mrokcn Window
f ft."
uuqi fhoi k i.t Hiira
company
l'b 121. 413 . lml
WARD'S
313 Marble Air. I'lioue 2UN-2
IIOSIlll II. WAItU, SIKr,
STORE I
l-'JUII I
'Jl
Ever variety nf fn-tli, dollrloiii
( Alt Ml I.N.
Trr Our Uao Fundi 1 tegular
llnn r.
GRIMSHAW'S
"IUII Our KuvrUI Itellihl,"
CHOCOLATES
Anp Indy would hit delighted with
of th.-n drill Imm goods. I'm-
H., ilrllvir.nl anywhere In thn flnle
by parrels post Made in Albiniurr
'tiie, by Hit .Miihtano Co. (Trade
rntme registered i. AIo h line awm:i
nl eandv t Manano Taffi.) (or :t5e
Hi. Iiiix. phone I SOW.
Vee-i
Strong Brothers I
Undertakers
i-itoMiT kfhvice." nion
li. KTICOMJ Ul.K, toi'l'EK
AM) M.CONP.
THE SAFE
CABINET
l 1 l"t l-l 1 1 in Sntnr,hl I vcnlni;
I'd. of I VIinmr) I. in li. n
lliul inn)
Save You
Thousands
of Dollars
hru h r J ih -ir friend
i-i i'i k i.r ih.
till- illVlled.
M. J I'illim. ,.l( in 111- third
iliMihi ln-ailuiurl..i nf the forest
m-rvio Inn- h.m been liunHfiM rd.t !
the .letnez IVi-Im mil hum I foii-st.
lakin Ihe place held l.y i I). liuus-!
I.i-..v. who reently M itfit.-tl. ;
W. C. T.U?S MEDAL IS
' AWARDED TO FLORA BLEA'
HUNDRED5AR
E
4 4ww;
SEEING AMERICA
Fh.ru liirn un i hi fifl iil- In
I'h llvvr medal conu-sl h'-ld lam
n.i; lii nl tlir llaiwoo.l m In. i. I for vii N
i. n il I i In- .in-1. h i m ,,f ihi- W (' T 1",
'Hi- liile of her paper Has ' Jeiemuih
nod I In. Pa" The JihIkis pi'f Prin
i i. il Mi 'unnell, .Mi m ilnnir SJall.v. ,
mill M.ss Maty Ia-umhi'K. ;
FOB FIRST TIME
Ali-ohilc
Mill M
H-IMT.
f hull
Mill the
sulci Hjinin-I
tin- lilnio-l roil
III.-
I if ut. nl lo -hu
Stl F-CAWM T
mill - k ilu I it rii lli lion it can
IX- l'lllilH'l 1(1 Mill )Olir lltll'-
uliir biisliu-
l Jllllr M'l-lilV lit hii liinr.
' "Your Monei Balk, If You Want It"
m i ASKS
CATTLEMEN TO
'E
COWVEWE THERE
'Buard of Citv Deve'om limit!
------ (- ,
bends Printed Letters
Members' Asking Them
Vote for That City,
ln-rc IUi
ifh-r i
LOCAL ITEMS
or
i 1 I
1:
7 VY fi'W
GALORE
AH il.c newest
styles for Spring
MUTBHEST.
vuTin:it itiii'oitT.
Vr tlii' tui-nty-four hi.ur euilliiK
Ml 5 n'rlock ycnti'1 Uuy e'.t-ninx-
.M.iMiii'iin li iiiiu iulnu-. iu di'Krri'M;
iiiliilmuni. :'7 (iKi'-: i.iiibc, j:i ilr.
sti-in. 'liiiiirnt'iio ;il 5 p. ii,., 37 ,,..
Kri'i-H, Ninth IihIh: i-iu.
I V-ari! huh w.ik In liiiiiin-n
ilim hriitht-r on Numli J-'lT
i Ih uihIi iHtuoil hi IiimMIi
lt U 11 1 1 l' III H (ii l-l lll rut
H niollttlx Hlny III Allilliii rilir.
Ijulii-K i.f tin- Orili-r Kiisti'in Sim
Kiic u Moriiil mi. I ihini'i- Ki-hni.
nry Hi, in Hie .Muhoiiii- (i-iiiio. , ytiiin
n ihi
llijit Am, null, i , ,1,1,11, u MtroiiK
I'Kl f'r Ihi- 4,,Mv..iii,,, of the
mil, -mill i, r it,,, unuihrtot, i evl.
ih'nt fi inii Inin iiiHtmn ri ( ,-iv-i hy T.
a. ..in, m i, i( ih m tl(. Hhnie of
ifnin ininidi iiivll.itii.il. whirl) ih Ii-
iiik fciii in miliilici.M, ui(;iii(; tin-in
inr Aiiiuruio.
Ii foll.iv.H:
""" Ainariiln HunlN tin
rilMllHItlll llllil K,,III1R
ril Kim U.
t Htll-l t. II I III, II H CIIIHI'Illlon Itl inm.
H'" ti,- ,..,!.... ii.. i i , .L
u. mi- Miititf in m-
oi KMriiK.iltt.fi. l.-r It n-. i-iieU the
inilxHiH wliii h n,.i. tM lirt-Ki-iit
Htr.iiKtli j.osHil.li-. Many ,,f th
flallllllltst HIIIM'OrlCIS l,f Ihf iirumli.
ipstdi. in u. Aiiii.riiiu conn-
Captain Spivey Finds Man
Who Had Been to Europe
Twenty-Thiee Times, but
Never West of Chicago, i
The I:hii.,i uii ar. act ordiiu to i
.il't. A M. Kpivi y, huM KiVfn yiroiiKj
imi' lily r the "Xi-ii-Atiii-ricu-f irxt" ;
liroiMi; mla. I 'Ih i-Mic ru-m i k. how
( 'T. ho'i'M that II Mould i-tmir inoro '
n. in ly to fiitliii, the tie if it m rc
u-vit.'il In "Si-emu Arni riia last." !
raptaln Hpivi-y luxt wick met a'
lull!,- lllltlll.n- of Ottsi-l..H on tl,.-
Sanlu Fr traiiiH who IihiJ I.c ii to fc;u. i
ro.c, ( o of tin in in ore llian nm-e. !
anil who hml iif-M-r heforc Im. ii far
th'T went than i'Iihiiko or Kunwh!
"-- A." th- I :m nil luliyon a(ieut, '
lijt. Siivi-y in in li.-lli-r position to !
. mmm uiHlioi itatiicly upon tlii nub-i
10 J'l-t Ih an anyone i lsi-. He hi-i-h more
toin its than th I'lillman rondiictord ;
do. Tht-y hi-p only thoni' who ure on i
IlK ir tttiiiiH. rapt, spivey m-ch thonf ,
win uie on ev.ry train that Is evury
Wditboun l ('alifolnlii limited and thin
. train, ruiuiiin in several Hertionn daily
i rariH H hy fur the larKe majority or
lolll'i.st.
, IHt week. liieiiiiiinK last Sunday
fund eti-rili,' 'i'"1: t..i,Piuiu
ul -f - - - - .--u.ir...-. .Pn u
Hiri.nirh fh.. ..II.. .... v.. ii
., Itil'OIUIIlK
to fiKuren uvailahle to Captain Spivey.
Of thin iiiiinlii-r T3S viMitej the Grand
eun.vun of Ariuna. The cuptuin i-Kti-matPH
tliat fully 10 per runt of the
-.27 had never before been west.
Ist week huw' the liijth tide of west-,
ward traffic, Willi No. 3 urriviiiit here
j in Heven HevtioiiH TueKilay tind five1
! " eilntHdiiy No. In load vtif abnol
j tnully heavy on the other days,
j raptaln Spivey met uno mun who
, had been to Kurope twenty-three
, liim'H and never before had been far-
Iher wewt than Chii ago. He did not
(State whether it was the wur or the
I eioHltonn that eauHed him to come
went IhiH year.
to;
Popular Merchandising
In all our various lines we aim lo handle only such goods
as have proved lo be standard alues all over the country.
That is why we sell
Mart Schaffner and Marx Clothes
John B. Stetson Hats
W. I. Douglas Shoes
Styleplus Clothing, $17.00
Hanan & Sons Fine Shoes'
We sell these goods for exactly the same prices as they
sell for cast of the Mississippi. Douylas $3.50 Shoes
Styleplus $17.00 Suits Hart Schaffner & Marx $20.00
and $25.00 Suits best line of Dollar Shirts Stetson
Hats. $3.00 and $4.00; ijie latter equal to any $5.00
hat.
SIMON STERN, Inc.
ji
i
II nil lnetlil.er an wi ll HH vikiIiiiu ; irv
iii.-mlM ra nr.. mi.t-H. Ka-1, member; We believe Amanlh, I, entitled to
h.ia ; thr privilege or iiiviI.uk oiieKHiM.Jlhe .-.iineMion next year It .m,
lieni'ial ManiiHi-r F. i. Fox. of not iinieaMi.nabb) In nit the child to
iiiiii ill, i, nine,l ,ere last nluhl from I come home once in ih, r. u-u
Kalon, wlore he iitiendid n direr. I believe the nitKiiriiitlini w ill best nerve ' r-v r PI I niT nnnnr, i
torn' iii,eii(iK ul which Ihe St .,i,H. j It inl-re! ;,,,, the IniereMs of it tAUtLLtN I rnOGRAM
llocky MoiintHin I'm ifir wax membciH b I'litiiinii ( A mai'illo in xt null nr nin,
ehaliMeil to the I;,., l.y .M.,,,t,,i A ; year. WILL BE GIVEN AT
ruin i;i re .
KlVU
Knox
Stetson
Mallory
$4 and $5
$4 and $5
$3, $3.50
Come in and see
them. They are
Correct.
iiOnslilmrnCo
llerbolli, painter. I'hone Hli.'iJ.
I 'ee h e.uiily ntoie mnkeH h iei lully
of home-Hindi, nut rurainebi.
I lie .MaHoiilr asHn. nil i,,n w ill
a dame (lie nluht of Kebruurv
I'ulroltiiiiu W, li. h, nil n (,, .
"iiiinil to duty on the police motor
i yi le.
W. I', .Mult belt, linlnnii ml uxeiit
for the H.itila Ke, mm In town hi
unlit.
A 1 1 -1 1 1 1 vi . i , i llmiiiiiiiiiu-nt N 4, ,
. i. K , will meet at I. HO ucloik to-I
nilibt. j
lloiii, ti, Mr .111,1 .i J,. j. j
I.1110. 13n' Miiith llioadwiiy, I'ndiiv
t.iw lit, 11 ihitiKlttt-r, -
.Ml" M.HK.nt t M, (ii.,ti of (to.
Ih vbitini; Mr. 11111I Mr,, J. i rump.'
I'll. , I X South 'III il ii nl reel.
I'l Oliver II vile, hoiiMi. pIivhii'Ihii j
nl St Johi pIi'h mnilai oim, bun leiiHed 1
the W .1. Hyde ienidi in e 011 N01 til j
IliKll Htl'iet, (
A xtii-i-t ,ur 1, ti ii, , u , i,t,, J
I'lKbt Hi Twelfth dtleit unil Alilllll-i
tain lii.ul. Sitki'uhi Kd lioiiaiine Was I
lulled to kill II, Il.-t leljii Wcfe broken,;
A II. U Mile, Ioi'hI manaKi-r fur,'
A 1 1111.ur A- i ,,., b it f,' i.',,,( W01II1, I
Tex. hit-i nivhl on a bulheH.H trip. Mr. !
Wllde ,l. ill-. In n l 111. 1 l.y vva., f ;
Pi mi.
Mavor Ituiili IkIiI ret hi lied l-'ridm i
I'IKhl f I ..lit Sill. Ill le. Willie he III- j
lilnleil t!ie nn-l-tlliK of the Hint,.
Hon board and the l.eii',ue of Muiik .
Pillill.'!., I
The U ooiliin 11 or ih,. VA I,, , Mj ;
' lu.'.'l ill l.::n 11 1 lock I U ih all. i noon:
I hi tlii' .ii, i, t,, iilli 11,1 ii,,, tiiin rall
"I v. 1., 1 in iiiij; 1 ne 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 m r
' " ill p"l t ill full mill. 1 in.
1,1, hard Wiirri-ti, Ke11er.1l aio'iit
'the I'd I',,:,,, A- SoillllWii I. Tli l.illl
N II I'l i.w ,1, ii. in i iil li i'ilil
p.u.:.i'iit er MK.-iit lor the Santa
1 Vile In lb.- ell.v 1. 1st Illicit.
All mi'mbei-H ot the unler of the
; I'.lt l.'l n Si n me leiin-l, ,1 to II, 11. 1
the fumral mrvlci-H of Ibiliv Koni
lu ll,' nl HioIik'h ii iiiIi-ii ii K Iiik parlorn
at 2 o'i'l,,, k t Ii ih iitteriioon.
Minil.etH id tin- fulfill Hrnther
hoo.i nf 1 '.11 iM iitei . mill .loin, is i.f
Am, i n a, me reitnehi i-, to nu et at
Ho n- hall Hl I I'.h 1. VI, 11 k Iiiix after
' noon to iiiti-nd tin- tiuiiial of Harry
I' '..111 n.-lle.
j Mi and Mm Felix Mandril, of
( New York fin, Hiiueil lieri' eler
oa and w ill v i.-il i.-ImIIvi h and
( frieiiilH fur u iiiotitb ,vtr. Mandril
a brothel- ot .Mil. Mandril, hiiiI iiintiy
SPRINGER!
TRANSFER i
LARGEST BECAUSE BEST !
Meinbi i M of I 'ul I ,,n w .n
1 2. Wooilllll II h Cirri.', m e I
j attend the funeral uf
! nelle, huh uf Mix M.n;,
I The Hi-rvlren lire tu
liiuvc No.
e ll-,lul- d to '
lliirrv I-'unr-A
Ko'irnelle. 1
e held at :
III "(le V Oil In Hlti-llil I In. I'l
I ii'ii convention mriv next month!
Mini hi, licit voor wt.. hi facr of Am-
arillu for the !:! 1 , invention. ,
"Willie 1 , ,ti ti, b-ii I uf HticrelH. veil
hIiouIiI the majority rule attains! uh. '
R0DEY HALL TODAY i
CRYSTALTODAY
AN EXTRA SPECIAL PROGRAM WITH
NO RAISE IN PRICES
o 1101 k mm iilli rtiuon al Strom; , we ni-til? miiHt bow to their will,
lliotln is' clmpi l. . Ihouuli none Hie . .-nihinc-ed that
Ml.-wiira.e l alilwi il, who Ii.ih hepit I in f.iirm-HH, the roiiveuiion beloiiK
In ('hii iiKo vixllli.K lelnlives and pin - lo im.
hasiiiK Ihe xpriim 11,1. 1 HUnimer mil- "Vrtv truly,
llii.-ry for Hie Hi ohomiM. r tnrn.-d to "A M A IMI.I.i 1 l:il;. riTY l 'F.VI.7,
Ihe city ve.itinl.iv 10, ,1111111; Mi.-., iM'MKNT.
11 Id w et in in 1 harte of the iiuliin- 1 "I", s
depaitmt III of that Hlufe. led. It in
The KillKH I l.illKbli-l m ,,f Hu- I'l es-( ent to v.
bylerian ebnr. h. will hold tlien j Mayor
monthly hiixiiu ii 1 1 i u mill w.iinl : nadian
at the hum.' of Mih r.ra.-e Mordy,
:i07 South Waller Hie.-I ,,n -ii,v
ev.lllllK. Febili.iiv I'.t All the vuinn!
,'M IKllll.l
ill.... at".
Jul- Hi.-
Since no M'uxi. are allow.
Impni t.mt Hint .von he pre.s-il'-
in peiHoii "
l!,..iti itlit learned that r-
Ti x . fav ored A lbiiiiier.Ue'.
V Maif 1. Midland and Alpine
1 ? pulled to be for this t Itv
1911 convention.
i 1
A luiiuvntn of iiiihmimI interest has
been plHiiiied for the veaper aerviie
at Itodey hull thin afternoon at 4
o'clock. The address will be delivered
by the Itev. Kdward I'. Sehueler. pan
lor of Hie Lutheran church, who i
known as for.efnl and int.restins
speaker. A line musical program has
been airaiii(i-il by l'rof. K. Stanley
Seder. Ulterior of iiiiihu- at the unl
vetMl v, w liii ii im-ludes an ulitheiu by
Ihe I nlveisiiy Vesper choir. which,
under Ihe Nkillfnl handling of Uirec-:
tor Keder. ik fast becoming a factor
in the music of the city, and it nolo;
I by Mm. K. I.. Hrudford, entitled. "The
j Liav In Knd'-d ."
! Olheii features of the- taMVice will'
I be u duet by rrotes.sor Seder and
' Kobert T. Sew II, a .selection by the
j I'niversUy HraHH iilnrtet, w hicli ha
jHileady won such IiikIi favor with ;
i chtiroli und i-oticert audienees (,f the!
. city, and a UeliKhtful cornet and horn,
duet by C'harie li. t'larke. and Koti-1
irt V. Humes, both niemberii of the
I braHH quart-1. From the ulandpoiiit j
j. f the audi. m e. the lu st number on !
Mhe program will probably be several 1
iViKoioii.s hymiiH lid by the choir ami'
'lass iiar( t. I huse w ho linve heard 1
' (Mini t'Kationul s-iiiKiug, led hy a quar
tet of biasH instrument!, need not be I
told of the ilis,ll llli! etlect. '
All are invited lo ullend this set-'
ice.
"A Daughter of the People"
Five-reel Dreyda Art Film With Laura Sawyer, Frederick Dclicllc
ville, Robert Brodcrick and an All Star Cast.
"On the Heights"
1 wo-reel Biograph Feature.
Matinees at 2:30' and 3:45
Nighis at 7; 30 and 9:15
ADMISSION TEN CENTS; CHILDREN FIVE CENTS
C. II. COXXKK, SI. 1).. D. O. !
Osteopathic SH-ciHllst 1
treats nil curable diseases, office Stern :
Buildlntr Phone H.ift and S2S. I
DEATHS AND FUNERALS
Henry's Delivery and Mes
sengers. Phone 939.
( Mil til)-'
Tin; sTi:x;ii'iiir siioi
for expert work reportinir, leal.
1 omniercial.
lll'i Went (Vnli'al Ave.
Residence phone IS 7 5.
Hsddifl Horses Trimble ned Barn
ink
fol ,
0.1,1, !
and
Ke, i
i I iiiit i ul of Harry 1 ouiiiclli-.
i Futn-ral servici-H for Harry Four-,
; nelle will be li' lll at 'J o'cln. k this
i ,-iftei noon at Slron.; lb-others' ehupi.-l.
i Archdeacon S , K Warren will olfl-l
iciale. Tile pallbearers w ,11 1-e Fred
iMnrlcv. r.eorm- Fabeu, W. Mc'Juudf, ,
li r I Mmiiiiuik, lieorse Si'hw.Srt7.man, ;
1 Jr., and t.Tiare:i Stephens. Kurliil will
I be III F.iirvievv cemetery. j
Have ) our Suits or t.owiis ( l.-aneil
nml I'ri-rvMil liy
I.KI.M.MKUS I UFA I,
CLEANERY
I'Iioiio SU-i 115 . t'opla r Ave.
i:xri:nr ritv.VFK
Veiirs' lOxiM'rlencc In
s
I iiucrnl of A. t'oinoK.
Fuintal Hirvlve.s for A. I,. t'oriioB,
of I.oh (JrieKos, who died hint .Mon
day, will be held at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon at Hie Chinch of San Felipe,
de Nert at old Albiiqiier'iue. Ihirial
will be In Santa Harbnra cemetery. .
The pallbearer will be A. Nkkolan,
SI. L. Albei's. J. Ui. hurt. 11. C. Held,
W. r. Wood ami K. IJIanco. The,;
Wdodmen of the World will have
charge of the ner ices at Ihe come-i
tery. l'allbearers me to meet atj
12:4,-. o'clock at Fled Clollott'a un-j
dertukins rooms. j
25 CENTS GOES A
LONG WAY-
when you ride in Tony Michel
bach's oriuinal 20 -cent taxi, l'hoiiu
170; rtesidence 1302-J.
Cull-
forida.
i). it. si i v n !; . 1: it
llniiiieriiK
I'll I IMllW 4 i 'i 8. Hlli
! WATCHES t
POLL TAX DUE
The
t
1.1:1: 1 1:1 m; iiahm k
( liariiilnic l i-adliiu lady in "The Wiiiniiiir of Ibiiliarn Woi'th."
CriMal Ihealer. Mundav. Slan-li 1. Maliiicv a. id Mhl.
1 II. II. Menard, tin-old lime inw lx I , PA V YOUR PuIJ. TAX NOW AT
; lan.t iiiuker, has om-iiciI up a si ax- re. HIGH SCHOOL lU'lLDINO. COK
I imir shop at 115 V. Central. MUIh-INEU CFNTKAL AND KHOADWAY. ,
lad 1011 KiiaranUitl to all ciisloiuers.
Take 11 nl roll past m y w in
dow unit w Hie WuU-hoi that
are on wile. All new 11 nil (cuiir-aiitis-d.
The Cut Rate
Jewelry Store
William Drug Store
07 West Central
n. m. wiLi.iA.Ms
Denllut
r.ooms 1 and 3, Whiting HulldiuK,
Corner Second and Gold.
I'hone No. 684.
at the
i Y. Af. C. A.
J at banks or Y,
RubHcriptluns vaynble:
M. C. A. Phone 43.
Gallup Lump
CerrtUos Lump
HAHNCOALCO
I'll ONE 91.
AXTUIIACITE, A IX SIZES, STEAM COAL
Gallup Stove
Crrrllloa KIots
Coke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, t'oril Wood, Native
kind liiif;,
Mine.
II rrt"Tf ' r r iri i - i up ' ' ti
75
YOU'IUS" OVERi OATS
loullu' Ovetvoali. odds and end left oer,
. valuet lo $15.00. on jale (or
$1.85
neatly all
MEN'S OVERCOAIS
12) Men-! 0eitoat in lery Lett quality
coiotii and :cs
the pike
valuei lo $30.00.
THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO.
Suit Values at $10.75
200 Men't Select Suits, guaranteed all wool and hand-tailored,
newest styles and fabric ; also IHue Serges and Fancy
Worsteds; values from $15.00 to $25.00. All reduced for
this big Clearance Sale.
CI I01CE.
; a complrte line of 1 I
for this Clearance Salr.
514.05 " 5ft 1 0.7S
Zz
TT
Highest Grade Suits for $15.75
250
High v-iude ouits yes. the very best in every way. and
.u,ts o select trom in eS 34 to 44. The styles are the
very latest; f.nest ta.loring. We have them in best Blue
Serge Fancy Chev.ots and Wor.Meds. Your choice of this
splendid assortment, values $22.50 to $35. all on sale for -
$15.75
GREAT HAT SPECIAL
MANY HATS FOR MANY MEN OUR GREAT
EST HAT OFFER
Here is assortment and style. 200 dozen Men's Felt and
Velour Hats in Fedora and Derby styles, all standard brands,
such as Rocloefs. No Name and Thoroughbred. Values to
$4-00. Clearance Sale Price.
Men's Pants at Reduced Prices
500 pairs to select from; Men's Pants worth $2.50 to $3.50
a pair, on sale at. pair : 81.95
Men's Pants worth $3.50 to $4.50, pair . .$2.95
Men's Pants worth $5.00 to $6.50. pair $3.05
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