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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL", WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915.
r EIGHT Crescent flardware Co. Ktov, njinirm, Vaam Furnishing Good. Cntlrry. Tool, Iron Pipe, Valtea and Fitting, I'lumldng, lfi-atluic. Tin and Copper Work. I IH W. CEXTItAL A VIC TELEPHONE SIS. Insist on BOND-CONNELL SHEEP Kiir rn and woon, Office and Warehouse, Tljcrai Wc will sell the finest New York State RED PITTED CHERRIES Only 25c per can Also New York State Cultivated Blackberries and Red Raspberries 25c per can WARD'S STORE S 1 S Marble Ave. I'lionee S8-H noifEn il ward. Mgr. jYRIG THEATRE QUAY "The Black Box" i:piodi: no. 1 "Tony" Imp Urania, Willi KHiK Hiiasnt Mint .III I"' Gale "Father Was Neutral" L-Ko Coined)', Willi HIIIIk I tit -1 1 Ic, Hip Vim Tim' nil Try 111 Intitule 4)44) Strong Brothers Undertakers 5. hTHPNU I1LK., COFPLH A VII kllllVIt T LOCAL ITEMS Or tJHTKHEST lUrboth, painter. Phone 14J5J. Latest road condition reporU tf ut Uutler'i Baraga. Ko.her's garage Rules; purls, letulpped to fix nnyihliiM. That delicious ininilK plean lee remit at Fee a candy atore. Tint KIUn will luiltl u Imlae meeting nt x ci rin k tonight lit Iht'li' I111II. Modern Woodmen of America, No 13.3;ii, will meet IIUh evening ill l Ol Icifk lit lUdl FtdliHV' lllt.il. There will he u regular meeting 'f )hi' Women's Relief corps IhiH titnr nitmi lit 2::IO Hluillt III A. '. I'. W. hull JohciIi t Klrchcr left Monday night fur Hiuivi -fink", Any., n fortet WIVli'C lltlSMICtUI. Ill- will In- uliwnl M vcrtil weeks. i'l. Morten Juhiiyiin, ri.rnitly pctt miner fur Im-em nTvln, tvlui In n v. with I lit !'Ih'Iih-!)i:iIki people ut Tyrnnne, In here fur a (s days. Deputy Huin ivlHur Uubn t l. Deer- lllK '"f Williams, All., llil ht-t'll liiin-filTi'il in the diMiiel headqiuil i Ik nf llin fiiirnl siivu-e here I'm' pel IISHHetlt. HKllllfclilllent, A sf Iul ( tt 1 1 11) 1 r it'ii 1 1 ti nf Temple Lodge N11. K, A. K. mill A. M , will I t- J.l :,t. 2 o'i InrK thin afternoon fur tin- purpose tif Ittli'tlilim; tile funeral t.f Miliuii Dow. All M..mr Masons li I e Hit H' d. j A lirt 'iiiv tn marry vum Wtit'd It r lny in I'latem e I!, Itnl'inger. i'ort South. Ark. mill F.th.-I l-na lseai. Las ,'gnk. TIihv trt iimrru'il kIiuii iv Hfirrwnril ly Juilii'v 1). K. Valux, 'f Ht (Mil Tuwii pi. i ll, 1 1, ut llie inurt- rSniifti, Hi in- Klifilnn r .l.iiiif A. Frnb a hire yi'tiui iln y tin thp way tn SiiMta K limn iSilvi'r 'iiy. llo went oVit frrtiihi Hail litwin n Hilvt-r liy iitul Mi'tKttllitn, ifi tiHK llie rtuuc nr tin- rimil lit'tw i"-n thuBo luwim to l built li jllm niiiiiucM throuKh u hl h It runa. SPRINGER TRANSFER MOVE TRUNKS PROMPTLY I VUDOR PORCH SHADES 1 1.IH- TUK I'llltt II (M1I.. ROSEMVALD'S O S FLOUR 01 I Not Artificially Bleached, Still Makes Whiter Bread Made From the Best of Wheat AND WOOL COMPANY HIM AMI I'l 'lTH ' Arnue and Railroad Trackf Collegians Score Bis Hit at Crystal Theater in Farce That Produces One Pro longed Round of Merriment, I "Clriliic Rnine." tht rdiiiint'lK'firit'nt i ulitv m tiiliii cil by I lie I nlViTKlty of i Ni'W .Mi'nifit I iriiiniiHf flub, liift il:lil I ln-ii mi iiiiillfiiro wlili li pin kril iho i frvBi il tli'iiifr I it- fiintlniioiin 1 iiiiinil nf liitu'hler from Ihf Mrtt to : tho liml t iirtaln. In rvcry renin' of ; I li wnnl thp fluy '''H "iiffi'Hiii. I Tlii- pluy WHM (lllf "lllt lt WK Hll- ' mlmtil.v ii'lnplcd to the iiun-onr of rollcKc tlif iitrii-alH. rind the tnpmbfiM nf th" i"'it Rtil I'vorylhlntr out of thfl ,'lcvtir Hutu mid luilrlcroiiH ultunlinna Unit win lo be Hollt'ii. Tile pfrforni nnto wn a mntiotli one, entirfly dr vi. Ill of Hli' nlil ions Hlillilrlll Inlllll'HH whlt h en ufti n iimra mm1 ih-I Iohh of the ort. I.I, In I'lajr filrln' l'nrm. It wii n rclii'l to Hie the litmllllllP r iik tiilten liv f 1,'Hh-iiiiil-blooii kIi-Im, for tin' "InipimoniitlnnM" of kik h roleH by youilir meti In the p""' Imve left nnifli It) b" dt'Mlreil. Mlnut Myrl Hope, Mi-k ItoHitlinu KKplnoN.t and Mli-s ICthi'l Kliln. nil iliil pli'ildlilli In the inirta for whi-.h ihfy were innt, nnd the enlre-iii't Hp.'inlhh danre of Mlfa KNIllllMtU win U (llhtillt't I'M In llie mule tnirt, "Hei)'' lliilt-omb flH iihiihI liml till) lit pint, IHKl UH umiimI he inude llie moHt of hla oppnr-1 tiitilllen. Ilowaril n 11 Im an J.nrry illitd", however, run hhn a eloHe see on it hh n hinh-protliit'fr Hiid dUpliiy ed h IiIrIi onlt r of talent. I' or Huii niutter, the work of every meinbi r of the e'lHt n In every way credllulile. "lloliiK Some" went noino. THAT CREATORE BAND HAS NO SUPERIOR IS GENERALLY RECOGNIZED Tim pri'Hn and pulille are inmnlmmm :n m luinwIetlHliiK that there It no bel ter t'onrert bnnil In Anierli'ii than the Creature. orKanir.ii I Ion, and the world ban not, pioilin'eil another leader of I t'reutore'R eblllty. Me la a mimical laitlMt of the yery hlitheat order, with more brilliant IiIi iih of Interpreiatlon i ti nd more Min tlliiK reaulta In ef fet t t linn the Anit rlt'iin iniblli-' hua ever be I fore liml an opportunity to' t oiitem ! plate. Kluborate t omiiieiiln have been mail,. reiiariliiiK the umilful feelhiK end mlwtit' teiiipeniment ho atronsly bIhiwii In the iiiiihK- that reppondH to t'reatore'e but on. He Im mibine and a revelation In hln line, no that new bra ut I eM, novel lileiiM and a variety of tliarniH are Khoun In hla auoceMful leaderahlp, Creatore'a niutilrlaini whlitper In areenlH of love as well uh roar In pulsion. They reHponil at will to the heek and eomnmnd of the maa ter. Kcw td the Inrste audieneea that hIwiivh mreet thl. noted conilut'tor ex pei't ipilte the Hinprli" thut la In atore for them. Hih crfturea are not u pon, hlH nun obey too keenly and heartily for that, uud the mni;netleni thut nil i' the band mvhi the lunli eni'e until the ent'ra hoiiHe brtakii out pot in hantlt'lnppliiK, but In I'tioiitiino oua I'heera. The Kortnlishtly AIiihIc i lull Ih to be mn I ii til In t "tl to m-i'iirintf ihla inplend'iil ii'Knniiitlon for two nm eeriH tn till city, May S3, at the armory. 130 MACCABEES HERE ON WAY TO FRISCO FOR NATIONAL LODGE On the way to the national supreme tent review of the KniKht of the Modern M aeon been, to be held In Han Ki.iiulHio May li-i4, 130 (leleaatea piismil throiiKh the Knnta Fe atntlon yi'Mletilav Hfternonii on a apectat train. They arrived at 12:30 p. in. u ltd ut :i ! until 2:U. In the meantime the Maeonbeeu wandered about the down-town sec tion of the rlty, AH)iuiiei'iUe surprised Ihein iih It has many others, who have Kime ibrouah here for the tlret time Hi la year, nnd they wanted to ate nil of it ihey could In the ho't aiay. tin the train were dcleKatea lepre nentuiK irnt'tiiBlly-all of, the fi.ooo ItiilKt'B of the tirdef They came from every state cant ofi the KtH'ky moun tattm. I'romlnent tifficer of the order who were on the special are: l. I1. Murley, Mel roll, auprento command er; Mr, t K. HiHler, Petmit. Htipreme record keeper; J. K. McPnnnell, Uuf- fitlo, mtpreme lleutenanl commender, and Mr. F. Kdmmler, Htipreme med ical examiner. riiarle lliapllii In "11i Tramn"--Iwci reel II Theater today, Nw ilrlunr; flrt time here. CALL 23 5s-ci;nt taxi am avto. May and Miiht, A. it. ha:a. 11. M. W1IJJ.YM9 MentlHt Rooma and S. Whit In if Rulldlnf, Corner Second and Oold. Vhone No. 84. I'ltarlcn lliaplln In "The Tramn" Iwu irrl II Theater Unlay.- sea ItUiiin-j rirxi time hew. For diiM-ndable work aiul prompt erxli-e, iill 1 liorna. aewtary of paluUT' I ulon.'' 1'Uoue tl&a. LARGE AUDIENCE HAS MANY LAUGHS IT 'GOING SOME' COMMENCEMENT GIFTS A HiiiulMinie I'ooU In llie tniAt ni piopHatt tlti for a (I'ailiiate, lltip a Minli iit to Uifiun tilnl' a I.lbrary-Heacli I hem Hi urf'lali' rHHl InMika by kIvIiik tlii'iii an cvipilslte yotiiiiic. A luruf CvHoi-tnu nl if ' t.lft IIih(U hiiltable. I.ct Us Show You Strong's Book Store "VOl It MOJ5KY HACK ir YOV, WANT IT." LI NEKT nil Program Presented by Pupils Is Elaborate and Much In terest Is, Taken in Annual Spring Event, Tho I.-ia rndillns school haa ko lect,t Friday mornliiK, May 14, iih the time for the annual eprintf program. The primary pnplla will anacmblo. on tho lawn lit 10 o'clock und preaent an old KiiKllnh floral fete, featuring many Intricnte and artlsllc dancea. At the rhe of an hour the ad vanced claHHea will hold an Indoor pmKTiim. Thla aectlon will conaiat of miiHlc and aprinir rccltatlonH. Murlnr the year the teachera throughout the county have been em phiiHl.ing phyulcul culture and rhythm work and eanei'lal attention will be (fiveti to theee In the floral fete. M.fn- dflaaohn a Kprlntj- aonf, HuuenHtein a .Melody In F. the l.ohcni.rnn Faninay and li l'alomii will be the bases of the diinceM. The aim haa been to uae only the beat that the mimical world offera and many or the wmita anu pnetna have been adapted to the Span tah by the teachera. The aH'eplnir ami awakening of the floweri the calling of the wlnda, the raliiH and the nun will all he portrayed In motion and It ia expected that the remit will be gratifying. fait of Cliaiactcrs. Queen of the Flower Carolina radllla The Flowern llonea MoiiiHtilla, radllla, Maria t'havei! Sweet Mean Maria Marino, Helfa I'adilla Jlalalea Itltn Ttirrlcta, Trinidad Turrlctn Tulipa Nutivldad Chavez, Flora Pudilln The Halna Memetria ('havci, Maria Chavcr. Tim Wlnda Pablo Marino, Joae Marlu C'huve The Hun FranciHiiita c.'paveK May Pole Mancera Vlitorlana Padilla. Nicolaa Pndllta, Predicorila Snavedrn, Julian Pa illllu, Rita Padtlln, Bias Marasa. lleraii.be Turrleta, Roman Maragii, Maria f'haver., Joae Chavez. I'pper tiratlea' lngrani. 1. niHCurau i Ramoncita Padilla. 2. A May May Journey. Julianlta Montana. 3. The Dandelion. Trlndad Chtivex. 4. Hong "fining Home.". Twelve Ulrla. B. The Yellow Violet, Nlcolaaa Tnrrleln. 8. A Song. ! Adelina Pndilla. 7. "I.n Palomn." Vlctroln, 5. "Memorial lav." Runa Mnntoya. ft. "What a Robin Told." Ijru.irila Pmlllhi. 10. "The Duel." Vlctroln. 11. "Our Pnnner." Ksuulpula Padilla. 13. Orent Wide World. Carmen ( haves. I. 1, Bprlng Time. DomllUia Savedra. 14. Welcome Hprlng. Antonio Turrleta. 15. "Fifth Nocturne." Vlctroln, 1 5. All Thlnga llrlght and Rcantiful. Juanlta Pnillilii. 17. The Bchool Days. Rumonclta Padilla. IS. My Country. Julianlta radllla. , 19. Day Time. Manuelttn Moraga. :o, If 1 Were a lllrd. Tvlnldnd Chnvex. II. The DnffoilllH. Nlrolaaa Turricta. 55. "Folk Dance Ma'a Idttle rigs" Victrola. 23. A Summer Day. Roaalia Chaveit. 24. l.lnea to the Itoya. l'.si-nilptihi Padilla. H. "'Angel'a Screnude." Vlctroln. 27. pong Hurrah for the Flag" Twelve Clirla. 25. Stars and Piripea March. Victrola. J9. A Farewell, aft. America (Spanish), School. , harlc niaplln In "Tlie Tramp" two re'l 1 TlieaUT Uxtay. iew picture; flnt time here. FOIt HENT Itoom, ISxSO. facing alley tn tiualneaa WH-Uon. Suitable for plumbing or Un atuip, or fttoragei heat nd vaUT Imimletl, Apply Uil oft ice. Livery and aaddle horaea. Trim ble lied Darn. LAS AD HAS SCHOOL TO CLOSE I MA, GETS II Ui III LEASE TO SITE Formality, of Signing Instru ment Expected to Be Com pleted by President Ripley Here, but Lease Arrives First, Secretary W. H. Day yedlerjay received from the Santa Fe railway the lcae tn me V. M. C. A. buildiiiK alte at Klrat street and Central ave nue. The board of director at a han tily railed meeting, placed its formal approval upon the lease sesterday af ternoon and bid for the first con tract will be called for todny or to morrow. It waa 'exported that the lenHf would be formnllv executed here laid night by Prealdent V. P. Ripley of the Hanta Fe, when It waa learned that he waa coming on n apeclal train, due to arrive ahortly after the eaHt bound California limited. However, the leaae reached here ahead of Mr. Ripley and hud been accepted by the director by the time he arrived. JToiddcnt to eave Today. With Mr. Ripley came Arthur fi. Wella, general manager of the Coast line. He waa met here by (ieneral Malinger Fred C. Fox, of the Wet ern linen; Vice President W. H. Storey und other nfflclala. Mr. Ripley remained here liml niKUt and will leave this morning for the east over the "main line" on a special train. Mr. Ripley la on his annual ttprlng trip east, transferring the actual headquarter of the railway from Pasadena, Calif., where he spends the winter, lo Chicago. Mr. Ripley s.i Id while he did not have data ut hand, that he believed the fcnntn Fe was doing a greater passenger bualnesH thi year than it haa done in any previous year. As much could not he aaid about the freight buslnesji. WWIo the business In thiH department ia greater than It waa lust year, on account of belter crops, the receipt from freight haul ing do not bid fair to be a record breaker, Mr. Rlnley said. And there is no Indication that condition in thw department will be better soon. City ticf HaiiiKtaiid. unrr.,ii,e Tliiv. of the V. M. C. A., saw Mr. Fox last night and the latter guve his consent to the raltwny s ki Ing the city the band stand, which ui.,n,l nn ,ho Y. M. C. A. Site. ll'W rni.,i" " The stand probably will be taken to the Hilihlnnda para. me tuy m .,., i .i in move It there Home time ago When It thotmht the Santa Fe hud relinquished claim to it, but was stopped by an official. II UI.ROAM MKN COM KK IIF.RF, OVKIt Till: TAX h!Tr.TIOX r.,. nS-ininlii nf Millwava nnerntlng In New Mexico met here yesterday for a conference upon the taxutlon ltu- atlon. It was said tho meeting was Informul and that nothing definite had been agreed upon as to the fu ture action of. the railways. Those who were here are J. A. Israel, of the (-. & S.; O, O. Tunnel and K. T. Cartlldge, of the Santa Fe, and H. H. Harding of the K. P, & S. W. ' LIGHT COMPANY WILL INTERVENE IN CASE AGAINST TROLLEY LINE Judge Reynolds of the district' court, yrsterduy granted leave to the, Albutiueraue Uus.- Electric Light tt Power Co. to intervene In the cuse of the First HuvingM Hank & Trust Co. ugulnat the Albunuei -que Traction conifainy, which last week brought about the appointment of Oeorge Roslington as receiver. Judge Ruynolda will go to dallup next week to open the regular May term of court for McKinley county May 17. There will be no Juries at thla term. The civil docket will be called on the llrst day of the term and all matters not requiring Jury trials will be net and diaposed of, or stricken from the docket. Thomas Morris, of Lacrosse, Wla., and Laurence F. Lee, of this city, yesterday afternoon argued the mo tion to quash the eomplulnt against the Hattemlorfa, chiropractors. The defendant were granted leave to file a brief. In the case brought by Isobe Sakl againat the tilamm Fruit company, Judgment for 1316.38 waa grained for the defendant company. The plain-1 till took nothing by hla suit. He ask ed for 1435.83. 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL SAYS SHE WON'T GO BACK TO HER MOTHER fie nfrAuin.. Vniinnn tit Trinidad. Colo., yesterday signed a complaint! against her little daugnters, loriuua, j if, V..U.-U ,,1,1 n,i iiila. 7 Vi'iirs old. I n.-,.iiMiii,r ih.!, ,,f In. liiu- incoii'lifible anil asking for a warrant for their arrest. According to the mother the girls left home March 10 nnd refuse to re turn. They have been staying with their urandmother in Martine.lown. M ix. .,1,1.. i. i,i i.,i.l t'nder Sheriff Mick Lewis she never would go back to; her mother. She also aaid they left; home with her consent. The hearing Is to lie held today be- ; fore Justice Craig. THEFT OF SHADES FROM UNOCCUPIED HOUSE IS CHARGEAGAINST BOY Patrolman Pablo Lujan was visiting stores yesterday trying to trace the theft of window shades from an tin tenanted house nt 605 West Fruit ave rue. At Charlea L. Keppeler'a place, First street and lead avenue, he learned that a boy who had sold shades had a short time before at tempted to sell a spade and had been sent home to get his mother's consent to th sale. He was expected back soon, Lilian waited. Charley Mem, a small hoy, showed up and Lujnn arrested him. The po lice learned that Mets had aold seven teen shade st Keppeler'a and five at another store. Charle Chaplin in "Hie Tramp" two reel It I'Imvict. Ind'iy. New picture; first iimP hcr'. Ir Rent-t-Cood guml floor of flee room, iMttt to. Joof uJ offK'e. Ap pj JouruaL ( I FROM SANTA FE RANCHER. WHO IS CRUSHED BY WAGON. IS DEAD John Cox, of Socorro County, Succumbs to 'Injuries Sus tained When Load of Barbed Wire Toppled on Him. John Cox, prominent Socorro; county stockman, .who was Injured j several weeks ago When a wagon was i heavily loaded with barbed wire turned over, pinning him underneath, i died at 11 o clouk yesterday morning at the Socorro hospital. Newa of his death reached liere last night. , Cox was driving the load from one of hi ranches to another when the accident occurred. The four mules, hitched to the wagon, stood still un til Cbx waa found nearly twenty-four hours Inter by one of hla brothers, who set out to look for him when his long absence gave rise to alarm. Al though he was frightfully Injured some hope was held out for his re covery and his condition was reported to be Improving at the hospital until last Saturday. The shock proved to be too great for his heart and it fin ally gave way to the strain. The brothers were on the way from their ranch In Socorro county, having been call.id when Mr. Cox's condition heenme alarming, but had not arrived at Socorro la'tt night. Mrs. Cox,' the widow, was with her husband at the time death came. Mr. Cox' parents live at Valley Mills, Tex. The funeral probably will he held hi Socorr . The Minton probably will have charge of the services. ANTI-PASS BAN. LIFTED FROM THE POLICE FORCE The street car company's order, pro hibiting policemen from riding on its curs without pay. was rescinded yes terday. Chief McMlllln received o note from Oeorge Roslington, receiv er, saying that patrolmen would be permitted to ride free while on duty. They lire 70 Years Old. "For some time past my wife and myself. were troubled with kidney trouble," writes T. 11. Carpenter, llnr rlsburg, Pa. "We suffered rheumatic pnlns all through the body. The first few dosea of Foley Kidney Pills re lieved iih. After taking fivo bottles between u we are entirely cured. Al though we are both In the seventies wo are as vigorous as we were thirty years ago." Foley Kidney Pills stop sleep disturbing bladder weakness, backache, rheumatism, dizziness, swol len Joints and sore muscles. Sold ev erywhere. I Charles Chaplin lu "The Tramp" two reel It Theater today. Xew picture: first time here. Henry hauls baggage and other things. Phone 939. JF.MFZ HOT SPRINGS. Auto leaves every morning from .poatoffice at 5 o'clock. For Informa tion phone 280. F. ROMERO. . ! CRYSTAL TODAY "The Hound of the Baskcrvilles" - Special Feature From the Hook by Sir, A. Oman Doyle "Max Is Forced to Work" A Comedy With Max LIiuIit ADMISSION; t Adults 10c; Children 5c PASTIME THEATRE 2 ia n. central Ave, TODAY "The Riddle of the Wood en Leg" A Kny-Ilee Two-reel Drama. "The Story of a Story" A Majestic Feature Mutual Weekly With the iJlcwtVar Xew. SUNDAYTAND MONDAY William Fox presents TIIFD.V HAItA. the Vampire Woman; William Shay and Stuart Holmes In Alex. Dumas' master piece, "T1IF, C1,F.MFCF.A17 "CASF.," Greatest Picture of the Ihiy. Featuring the Death of the Vampire Woman, ATT r IV " X BATTERY BKRTICM RTATIOX. Ballerle rbarcrd, repHlred aad eirh.nf .4 MtMVLOMKKY At TO CO.. 40 W, Co,.p. "TELMO" BTJT THIS BRAND OF CANXKD ROOD9 AXD TOO HAVE THE BEST. Artistic Excellence THERE is art in the design and tailoring of our Varsity Fifty Five. Hart Schaffner & Marx search the world markets for masterpieces of weaving. We're showing some for spring. Hart Schaffner &Marx B THEATER CHARLES VVOItl.ll'K ITXli:sT -MtX. Iii THE TRAMP" (Two Reels) FIRST This I n NI.W PICTCIti; and A fJrent Medical Authority Once Said: "If People Laughed More There Would He Ia-h IIIiicsh in the World" Our Friend Chillies I the t.rcactcl Ijintili IVodmi-r Xmv Hcfore the Public. "A RACE FOR An Knelling KiriSMle In "A NIGHT IN THE JUNGLE" Kclig Animal Picture University of New Mexico Commencement, 1915 This Morning at 10 o'Clock IXIVF.nsiTV CAM PI'S. Commencement Address by Hon. Felix Martinez of IT Paso. COXFFItRIXO LET US SEND A MAN To Replace That Broken Wludow Glass ALBUQITElttJUK LUMBER tXLMJPANY Phone 421 42S N. Flri Jonrnnl want ? hrta ouick malta. GUI.,, Lom, UAUIUAAAI ft f OerrUIoa Lump "-H I tl VWnha W V PHONE (1. AVniRACrTK. ALL Coke. Mill Wood, Factory Wood. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS THE LAST HALF OF THE 19U TAXES ARE NOW DUE AND PAYABLE AND BECOME DELINQUENT ON JUNE FIRST. INTEREST WILL BE ADDED TO THE TAXES UNLESS PAID BEFORE THAT DATE. PROPERTY SUBJECT TO .SALE 45 DAYS AFTER JUNE FIRST. M. MANDEI.I.. Treasurer and Collector, County of Bernalillo. Doesn't It Sound Like yjJMMON SENSE? Y3U are a regular subscriber to the Morning Journal. You take it liccause you know voi'i receive full value lor your money. We want you to pay six months in ad vance. To pay you interest on your money we will give one dollar extra reading matter, viz.: Six months subscrip tion to r arm & Ranch, the best farm weekly in the coun try and six months subscription to Hollands' Magazine, the magazine the ladies love when once they get acquainted with it. Don't you think it is a square deal? Don't for get tins offer is open for the month of May only. ACT TODAY Samples Can Be Seen at ' the Office of The Morning Journal Simon Stern (Incorporated) ALBUQUERQUE The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes TODAY -. CHAPLIN TIME HERE Is a Itiot of Fun From Start to Finish A CROSSING" "The Hazards of Helen" Rodey Hall OF DKGRKKS. Grimshaw's Corner Second and Central CONFECTIONS LUNCH ICE CREAM FANCY CAKES Gallop Stove Oerruloi Btot SIZES. STEAM COAL Cord Wood. Native Kindling , Lime.