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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. AUGUST 17. 1915.
FIVE I AT. 3 fib. ''n'WmtZ. rrZ (Ti 6 V If ' I 7 f jar I Dresses, Coats, Suits, Skirts, Waisls, Kimonos, Muslin Underwear, Parasols, etc. on sale all this week at Half Price and than Half Price Hundreds of People Are Attending This Great Genuine Sale-Why Not You? "WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE Golden Rule Dry Goods Co REGQRDBREAKIN G ENROLL INT THE LOSS AT WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE IS ESTIMATED AT $450 CLEAN till L .1 fifty de OUTLOOK ON IL to a burglary Of 1 jewelry store sunn1- j gvnoay night, while at iici lulitin on i Numerou Have Train Quota; Arrived Brings an Hunt Very Busy, .Induing by the number of students! tin wen already in retidehce on timl ill at ilic university yesterday niorn- ig, a. record-breaking attendance ay confidently be expected (or thel olleglate year. t night brought In I large ii from tlie I'ecos valley, rep-1 Hagermah, Arteela and Roe J h others from the different tin- stale ami si rial outside' MeXlCO. The Office received 1 of room reservations from1 expecting to he on hand to ld conservative indications: an increase of over twenty-1 cent over hist year's total en- lUlieni by the end of this week. The men's dormitory already is' led, bul in expectation of a larger. uniici oi icbident students, tile uni- rtlty authorities had been pre par r tins contingency, and ung Now batch 'lilt to e p. i four hnnilri tiniated loss Wright's carlo lime Saturday Mr, Wright was hunting trip. The burglars touched nothing except what was in the center window on the I Cold avenue side of the str. , not dis A I lend V , Orbing" drawer or the jewelry. r I In eases In the store, everything in EaCh ill"' window, however, was taken. Thisj aim,' i included bracelets, necklaces, lavat-1 AClCllIIOnal I lieres, rings, jewelry made from American and other coins, ami a ouan-j tlty of American and Mexican COlnal and currency, some or it initte valu able by reason of Its anliquitv . Tin jrwelrv Included some which carried tu gold piece of a rare class. The, cases and trays in which the goods) were displayed also wen. taken. C. A Wright, the proprietor, be lieves th,. theft took place Saturday night. The thieves entered by wrench ing off a bar on one of the back win dows and smashing the window sash Exit was made the same way. SHOWS THE HUL E AT STATE FAIR Brundaee Amusement pany Signed Up; Takes 20 is. 60-foot Cars to Transport Ten Big Shows, NEW MEXICO KNOWN AS 'LAND OF SUNSHINE' TO MAJORITY ON CAR Convincing proof of the reputation that NeW MeXlCO has gained through, Utf state building at San Diego. .through commercial clubs, through individual boosting of citizens and j otherwise Is shown in an incident told bv Belli QtMotti, who returned ret lerday after more than two weeks sta in California, part of which time Qq"1-. he spent in the San Diego exposition .Mr. c.ianotti, who is ambalmar for lung Brothers, was an a Pacific I Blectrlc car making what is known as the triangle trip. The conductor -whether through editom or whim is not known announced he would like to know how many stales Were top- RECEPTION GIN AT STUQEEIERS OPENING SUCCESS Secretary Wiley yesterday signed a contract for the Hrunduge Amusement company to appear at the fait. The signing concluded a long and at times uiscourauing fiuht thai the fair man agement has made to keep away from I""1 the cheaper class of amusement com-1 d in tin of tided him mean panics and to secure one of recognieed J Qlanottl differed merit. Rearlnnlna with Secretary Wl' followed and the i esenti the last one to Inquiry, "The Land promptly reap vas put I this to Mr. (iianolti wa- C, M, Barbei and Numen Assistant Hosts Aid in G Ins Society Folk tend Delightful Ever COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO OPEN NEW BIDS FOR : ADDITION TO THE JAIL The county commissioners will hold a special meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock to open new bids for the ed j building of an addition to the county I lie w leli sine i in e :.,l,liti,.n:,l J". i ' ;.. . . ,,.,,, r, ,,;.i0a ul, fhnt recently ucsiru.veii oy ioi a wno d, sin- dormitory space can lie Sponi dated Comfortably, Today'l Trains Bring More. Th tralna coming in todav are ex- feted to swell the number alreaoy! I tin hill to treble Ita preheat,! Ue, judging from the numerous i Mephone calls whicli kept the officej Hi buay answering, a lurge number i low n who bad as yet not made le journey up the hill, will be on j mm in reKister today. The registrar's office will be OBOH roin It until so there will be plenty! I tlmi foi- everybody to get his Mrte fixed up in good fashion. The "li" faculty was present at the letting yesterday morning, 'it winch Iwe the usual plans and prepaiali KM ''le made for the work of the com !'g year. VIoi it s Hunt, "the man of the lnif" of the university, was the person at that institution yes- in ins oapneitv ot chairman ni aibiii emtdovment bureau. He ut in a large amount of goo I the past summer, looking for tor deeervina atttdenta. and doing his heat to bring the 1 ' nd the Job together. He has, etpreeaed himself as confident of. taking are of any student "ho is really in earnest about making his egpentea and so far has placed sev ''rl In Rood places, in fact, all who we applied. Mr, Hunt is thoroughly familiar "tn ibis work, having made a epeclaj atodj ,,f the question the past three years, ever since, as the first uni V " lU V M. C. A. delegate to Kstes Park, he became impressed with the value ,,f the work of helping students realize (heir desire of obtaining a University education though under 'he handicap of a lack of funds. Since then he has been enlarging his Jtoefc of experience, and so far has hag splendid success in this necessary phase of university work. The onlv bid received at the lime ,,u 1 1 m 1 1 u flrul tier.. iiske.l W.'IS Con-I sidered too high by tin' commission ers. Several minor Chang in the plans have be n inade litice that time and it is hoped to receive several within what the commission a reasonable figure tomorro bids idera MEN ARE WISE NOW AND READ BARGAIN ADS lev's trip to Chicago, at which time bB VOte, lee .1... i Ik, iiiitiied ih,. Urnndage neo-i it stake, tin pie, an incessant siting of lettere and telegrams have followed the Hrundag,. shows and their agent around the country. At first they refused to con sider any proposition, no matter how attractive, Finding they could not shake off the New Mexico slate fan. tip. managers ai last preeented a proposition which was refused at this end. Negotiations seemed ended but still the telegrams and letters went out from the fair of fice, telling of what a splendid terri tory the southwest is for clean amuse ment. The upshot of the persistency wus that the Hrunduge people sent B representative into tile territory. He1 arrived 'en days ago and requested, that the fair assist him In securing some booking at other fairs In the southwest. This was done gnd the New Mexico contract was signed The fair pay i no bonus to the companj to come here, as has been the usual rule, and receives a liberal ptoposi- Hunsliine," he when the ques The conductor California. Mr A mild argument question was put to am lor the crowd wus onductor to pay if ihe K-ilorlie lrnni of New Mexico as the i.and of Sunshine." If California re ceived the majority of votes the I reals were to be on the Albuqiiei quia n There were fifty-four poaaengera ,.n ihe car, representing sixteen states i no of the mnsl hrilli no MM sin -cessful social cwuits of Ihe season was tip. n Ptlon and ball given last night by Charles M. i'.ai 0. r. Btudi baker i re, mni opening of PSEUDO-WOMEN ARE GIVEN FINE WHICH THE COURT SUSPENDS H ivnioinl Wright and Cliarles Wil l vouibs who were arretted Bundas night for appearing on the streets flreiled as women, yesterday were filled U each by Justice of Ihe I'eilci K. II. Sains, of Hid Alliuqiieiquc, and in,, line tuapended, 'I'be oulhs had an opport unit y to change their garb, in which thty were haled to tall, before a ppearlng in court bring releaaed for a few hours on t heir own ri gnlzancc When arrested one of them wore a black ploture hat, hlgh-heelrd shoes and other "etci terns," while the oilier was garbed as for a boudoir scene They were pit ki d up in front if I saloon in Ba relet, aci ordlng to the ar rotting off ic, r. DENTISTS OF STATE TO MEET HERE LATE IN PRESENT MONTH The dentl II selllwd bv I' NVw Mexico Dental society, will meet here August II, '.' I and 2f ii was announced yesterday. There will be a number of ad- ol esses oil technical subjects. Ihe list ot speakers Including the president. W. J. Armstrong. J, .1. Clarke, oi At train; A. B, Thurston, of Albuquer que; c, ii. wooigar. of Magdalen f C. A. fiBller, of AH rque. An opera- Uve clinic will be held. Ur 0. A BUtr, It. K I'etill and K. J. Alger, all of Albuquerque, will dem nnatrata proathetlc dentldtrj in a Clinic and Ot, M, Morim, of Denting, will demonstrate a more economical method , il,ing gold lui gttablithmeal I force and man' 1 llarber received ihe tajetroomi 11 rtngemenl of lh The salesrooms lislrlbiilor Ol to c l, I, rate the rol - ib w Htpdebaker Society was out In trera the praises Mr Upon tile beauty of nd ihe modern ar adjolnlBg garage. Where dancing was i if this number nine said they knew California under the title the 1 Land of Sunshine," while the other forty five kntW New Mexico by that title. Mr. QlajlOttl Is modesi of his boost ing prowess and would not permit publication of his txperlence until he realized its advertising value to New Mexico. QUORUM IS NOT PRESENT FOR COUNCIL MEETING when very this ,f our Stei n 1'llsnsl lerdai 'he si has f work placet I urn convinced unit men, they want genuine bargain, an much like Women, and 1 base conclusion oil Ihe sir , eta so far Qreen Tag' sale." sa ill Simon vesterday afternoon, in a Very optim istic conversation with a Joyrnal rep- reeentattva, "During this tale men have come Into our ttore with a lisl of the goods they wanted, with the prices set opposite to each Hem Just as they appeared In our advertise menis and this fuet led me to make the above remark. It ha- been often said that men don't read the adw-r-lisemcnts as closely as the women led it is ii mlstuke; at any event it Is a mistake this summer and men are as wise in that respect as the women. They are after bargains and an- get ting them at our '(ireen Tag eale nil BplrWtM for Constipation About a rata ago I used a couple '" hotties, of Chamberlain's Tablets "n'i round them to be a splendid rem "u for indigestion and constipation," writes C. S. Onlbv. Holland M Y. Ob- i I, , ,,,l , i I in, Colic. Cholera Diarrhoea Begtedy, Few medicines have met with more favor or ac omnlished more good than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemcdy. f rom a --inaii ginning its sale afid use has extended to all parts of the United States and to mam foreign countries. Every where it has received unstinted praise We confidently believe that it has re lieved more pain and suffering n(l saved the lives of more people tuan r.ny other one preparation in use. One or two doses of It is enough t relieve an ordinal v attack of colic or diarrhoea. It has been used in many epidemic of dysentery with perfect success. It Is especially vsluable lot summer diarrhoeas In children BV every family should keep it at hand as attacks of cholera morbus often re sult fatally before medicine 'an be procured or it physician summoned. tion. While ihe Hrunduge shows are not the largest in the country, they travel cn twenty sixty-foot curs running on special movement. The shows are ;1" high class anil lean and there is not an attraction in the entire compani that cannot be seen with pleasure by women and children. The largest al tractton, the plantation show, carries thirty-five people and an oriheslra and occupies a space 75 by DiTi feet. Ii is the same sort of show thai amusement seekers usually pay fifty cents to see, yet as a part of Ihe ainiiM nient company the admission is but ten cents. This Is the high! ad mission charged for any of the shows The employes and attendant! of the amusement compaiiv are costumed and art neat In appearance and gen tlemanly In Conduct. The entire ug gregalion advertises to comply with the pure show laws and lives up to the advertising. As special tttrai lion, the company carries two bands and Hevtral free acts for the midway. The flouts of the shows are of carved wood instead of the usual canvas with painted signs. The council night becauae Two aldermen and three are were unable t, held no meeting Inst of lack of a quorum were out of the city retail merchant, who leave their business. WASHBURN DISCOUNT SALE; IS A GRATIFYING SUCCESS The Washburn 10 per cent Oiaeouni durance sale, which set a new idea for a heading, lias proved one of the ioggest successes of the man' bargain sales of till various merchants during the nasi few wees. C 1 1. Ciishman, in order, made a beautiful appearam with their attractive mahogany pan-, elled walls and handsome maple floor, together with palms and floral dtcora.l cons in quantitiet exposition of modern dance steps j expposiiion of modern dame steps eliciting milch applause and I'rof. 1.1 U Teiio and io. Stanley Seder ran dered several violin and piano selec tions that pleased Hie listeners glealK. A B, Wilson, a new singer, so Tar as Albuquerque Is concerned, delighted those present with several lenot B lot Punch and light ref reehmentt were gervtd, Several hundred people mi- loved the hospitality Of Mr, I'.arher ami a whole host of assistant hosts, among whom wire, M. M. Williams, manager of the Btudebakor brunch a Dgltat, Tex.; clarence If. Ollbrlde, of l,nH Vegas. K. C. llenson, II Harlm.ni, ot iii,. Dallas branch! w. L, Lacy, of MAY ELIMINATE AREAS FROM MANZANO FOREST Deputy Supervisor 0. f. Arthur, of TWO SMALL SUItS FILED YESTERDAY Two small suits were me mini nasi ness of the dlatrlcl court yesterdny. Crank (leorges, as a member of the firm of Ueorgei i Burna, aide walk I eontractora. sued W. Moore Clayton t"! f ev er a balance of $1I1.K0, alleged to be due for the building of a sidewalk before property owned by llayton, Tin tiling of a Hen upon Ihe lldi walk and I tit- land which abuts on il is alleged iii the complaint. Tlie Southwestern Brtwerj A tfl (Bp,, vesterday filed suit against the firm of Max Mondragon, compoeed of Max llondragoH and I.. '' Mom Ira con, and again! these men Individual ly, to recover la alleged to be due on account of goo, Is furnished the defendants. TRACTION COMPANY REPAIRS PAVEMENT repairing the pavement atong us inn" where the loints iii ih,- rail- permitted movement in the Hue lb.it had broker the bridis. The Work starb d al Se, olid street and Tijeras avi nue and wil b,. i ,,iii inn, ,i until 'ii 1 1 xlatlni on II MARRIAGE LICENSES KEEP CLERK OCCUPIED ih,. Manaano to M, uinl, ill classification d Ii has been ,,f ih,- company. that fact si ore self. open sale than u mni said up states emphatically s ale prevailing Die n at the Washburn Itrk, no hiding him I Die "go' Sllio the discount clearance forest, had eon,. i ondUCl a land eaull of this any si that may be griculturiil pur- Man , ige four, more bv half, w Those Wile Mi htghetu, N. Slur,; or Albuq fta in bos donailo, ,,!' Mallei Hid qoerqiie and ,1, I of Albuquerque; Al thUF and ileanette Cuius, both pie; Kqullda Monloya, of Attlsco, and Oabliel Mai S.ia .lose; ami Mary II. William itogeis, or aiiui- Slillla l''e, I espectlv el v , BARGAIN HUNTERS ARE STILL ATTENDING THE GOLDEN RULE SALES Although 'b. annua Augual ulear- nnee sale of the Hidden Itnle Dry Qoodl company has been on Ihe past flfti en day, ii"- ' fowd hare net In iii,. i,a. i diminished m tlie us the sale progreaaea, as wai evidenced yaater- day when ihe (tore was practlt illv crowded all day long. The ladies of Albuquerque ,,ii, vicinity were out in forte and bargain were picked up In old'faahlofted ttyle, Although yei lerday was pay day and as a general thing stores ale kept open In the evening of thai day, the Qioldtn ul store w is closed, as the management earn,, to ihe Conclualon thai the clerks bad earned their wages during the i Ulh of I he dir. . nmre valuable f ioscs than for forest us,, will be ex eluded from ihe forttl bv the depart' rneni. the i lassif u a t n,n fumblhlng Ihi basis for determining what allmlni lions, if liny, shall be made. REVIVAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH POSTPONED l or Summer Complaints. "I cannot spetM 100 highly of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy for It has be, n used by my self and husband lor the past fifteen years and has never filled to glvn prompt. relief," writes Mrs Carrie Turner, Zamsviiie. Ohio, Obtainable , v , i v vv here. if ill. inly the washbuin stone, I man, "and the I becking shows a , onsiderable i amount over thai or last year. "H have some excellent baigams l ft and in a few days we will announce the final siile-i of the present cul puce after whiih our fall goods will I plac, ,1 on I he counters." LOCAL MEN DELIVER PAPERS BEFORE THE SOCIETY OF FORESTERS Joseph c. Kircher, now attached to Ihe local forest service district offices, and Harrington Moore, formerly at tached tO 'be local offlt, presented pa Pen In fore the American Society of Foresters on forest work plans. Copies of the proceeding: wei, received here yesterday anil give considerable space tu these pupers. A HEALTHY, HAPPY WIFE Is the greatest inspiration a man can have and the life of Ihe family, yet l,w many homes In this fair land are blighted b and mother' It may be the tortures acme ailment which makes wife backaches, headaches, of a diepla Cement, ot peculiar to lor sex life a burden. Kvery woman in this condition should rely upon Lydta B. finkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and lo ibs, to restore hlr to health and happiness. GRIFFITH TO PITCH THE FIRST BALL ON BRAVES' NEW FIELD B MOAN, Nil lOUHNJL BPS' , A I lOIIH WIHI Huston, Aug. II." Clark Griffith, manager of the Washington American, league team, Will appear us h memberi of Ihe lloston Nationals for several mlnUtti when th" team plays Its first came on lira yes' field next Wednesdin ri lent .iiunc ft. Oaffney, of the Hraves, announced tonight that orif- flth would pitch the first hall In the K ime with SI Louis and that Manager Deorge Stallings, of the Hustons, would catch It will count Officially is a ball or sliike. Crlfflth, a for mer pitcher and Stallings. a catcher, in other years, are idnsi frleitds, hub Tex ellng of pushed ti possible. M Dswson, ol Waco, s expccled to btgin a re- liaptlst Kiel ight, will point p5fti ponfi litnt'h niijtli'tiufi ELECTRICAL MEN WILL NOT MEET IN ALAM0G0RD0 Announcement was made lu re ves terday by W. P, Southard, manager Of the heal electric light plant, that ihe New Mexico k icet i id i aatooiatloa, variously reported as Intending to meet hole and in A la niogordo next I'l luiiMiy, really was coining to Alhu- Fir Rent Dood groiinit fliMir of floa risim. neit to .loiirual office. n ply JouruuL Bigg to the Wise Is Mifricient. No one can leasonably hope for good health when his bowels arc con Itlpated. Take Chamberlain's Tabletl and get relief The) are easy to take and pleasant In effect, Ohtainahlo every wliel e i "From a daylight factory" tiicro are six RMM in Sterling Gum I ho (- point flu m