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The Economist Wonder Sale
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Of Silks and Dress Goods Begins Monday, February 7th, at 8 o'Clock
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OP SILKS AM) DRESS GOODS HAS BEEN TAKEN OUT 01- Till- SHELVES AND I 'LACED ON TABLES AND COUNTERS,
AT PRICES SO LOW "THAT YOU WILL. CERTAINLY "WOXDUR." JUST A EEW SPECIALS ARE LISTED PELOW.
ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1916.
FOR SPECIALS : X
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Black Silk Specials
In Black Silks ll'e.Are Offering Values Be tier Than
Ever Before '
36-in. Guaranteed Taffeta, $2.25 value $1.79
36-in. Guaranteed Taffeta, $2.00 value $1.59
36-in. Premier Taffeta, $1.75 value $1.29
36-in. Gold Edge Taffeta, $1.50 value 98
36-in. Coatins: Reip, $2.50 value S1.SA
j 36-in. Peau de Soie, $2.00 vahie $1.59
Y 36-in. Duchess Satin, $1.75 value $1.29
Y 36-jn. Messaline, $1.25 value 89
56-in. Cape Satin, $5.00 value $2.98.
A All Silks Not Advertised 25 Per Cent Off.
Silk Special No. 2
500 Yards of 40-iu Plain and Fancy Silks.
In this Special No. 2 you will find Satin Stripe
Chepe de Chines, Crepe Eailles, Novelty Crepes and
also a number of Heavy Suiting Silks.
Worth to $3.50 Yard. 1 'cry special
Silk Special No. 3
50 pieces 40-iu. xSilks such as Extra Heavy Crepe
de Chine. Crqe de Meteors, Pussy Willow Cloth,
Satin Eailles and a numher of other heavy silks.
These Silks are all new and come in the newest
sheet and evening shades. ,
A Ureal 'alue at
36-lnch Novelty Silks
3)-in. Plaid Taffetas and Satins, $3.00 value. $1.98
36-in. Printed Taffetas and Satins. $3 value.. $1.98
36-in. Satin Enlls, all colors, $2.00 value. .. .$1.69
36-in. Black and White Checks, $1.50 value. . . . .98?
36-in. Striicd and Plaids Taffetas, $2 value. $1.19
27-in. Fancy Silks, $1.52 value 98
400 yards 24-27-in. Eancy Silks, worth to $1.00 yd.
100 Yards of Silk
To Be Placed on Sale
at Less Than
98c Extra - 98c - Extra - 98c - Extra - 98c
Silk Special No. 1
1500 Yards of the Season's Most Popular Silks'
Midi us 40-iiu h Civile Do t lionc, .".O-ltich Taffetas, 10-Hk-h Poplins, '10-incli Wash Silks, ami jimls
ami yards of 1 a" y Mlks. These Silks are. taken from our reulur Min k untl are of flu; j;,'""l"ri
3onoiuLst quulilj. Worth to $1.75 yard. MOX DAY OM.Y
98c - Extra - 98c - Extra - 98c - Extra - 98c
Dress Goods Special No. 1
40 pieces 36-in. Dress Goods in Plain and Fancy
Weaves, such as Serges, Mohairs, Voiles, Challics
Worth to 75c Yard. Special
See Window Display.
Dress Goods Special No. 2
50-in. All-wool, Sponged and Shrunk Oak Storm
Serge in Black, White, Russian Green, Navy Blue,
Copenhagen Blue, Midnight Blue and Nigger Brown.
Regular $1.35 Quality. Special
3,000 yards 36-inch Linings, worth to 25c, Spe
cial, yard 9
Dress Goods Special No. 3
1W pieces of Plain and Novelty Dress Goods, such as
Plain Guliudines, Wool Crepes, Black and White
Checks, and many other desirable materials. Just the
thmg for your Spring Suit.
'Worth to $3.(XJ Yard. Special
Just received by express, a full and complete line of
all shades Georgette Crepe, special, yard... $1.75
All Wool Remnants
Have Been Measured and
Placed on a Center
Table at Less Than
Don't Forget the Hour
Come Early, Stay Late
We Sell What We Advertise What We Sell Advertises Us.
Dress Goods Specials
50-in. Wool Suitings, $1.00 value.... V'W
27-in. Corduroys, $1.25 value ..98
50-in. English Mixtures, $1.50 value. . . . . . ; .$1.29 V
50-in. Broadcloths, $2.50 value : ,7.91.70, 4X
56-in. All-wool Serges, $1.50 value. ...... s.$1.3tD . Y
56-in. Cream Cloakings, $3.00 rAw.";i'.1fi&Zf f
56-in. Crcain Cloakings, $2.50 value.: ..(LCD Y
56-in. Hcaw Cream Serge, $2.25 value. ... .$l.CO
56-in. Palm Beach Cloth, $1.50 value $1.39 J,
All Dress Goods Not listed 25 per Cent Off A
Don't Forget the Date
Monday, Feb. 7
Come Early, Stay Late
Santa Fe Society Notes
Under th glowing western sky,
J-'iy my body when I die;
Here, beneath the blessed cod,.
Leave me to the west and Uod!
VVhin the dead shnll all arise, ,
Let me see, with quickened es,
Western mountains, vales and plains,
And the ocean with Its strains
T melody, repeated o'er
To the familiar beach and shore.
Let me see the birds awing,
Hear the lark and mocker sing,
Lrenthe the air of earth and sea
With frasrances of "flower and tree;
Heaven then will close me round
Uliss in siijht and scent and sound.
T1IK MELTIXC; 1H)T.
H was a mere coincidence that the!
lay after all of Hunt a Fe had seen
"The Melting Pot" at the theater,
J'rs. Paul Kadin addressed the
aiita Fe Woman's club at the Palace
of the Governors, on "Kevolutionary
Lussia," but her hearers could not
'nit help seeing in her an impersona
tion of "Vera," the heroine in ZunK
will's play. Mrs. Kadin, a native of
Kussia, a member of a family active
in revolutionary propaganda, brought
the personal touch to a subject that
is thrilling and romantic. She held
Uie audience that crowded the audi-
Tuberculosis Is Helped
l' what may be called tile "natural" triat-int-nt.
Thin la based on plenty of frcBh
"'r. a mirriclency of welt-cooked pure food
"ml 08 large a measure of rest at can be
"hile It nhould never be , neglected, thl
t'atment doei not always ecure the de I
ird renuHii. Sometimo tliere la need fo
"I'llieation In order to bring about thi
f 'lulnite body resistance.
In such' cases Kckman t Alterative has
hten bsed with a large measure of eucceat
'"deed. In many instances, tuberculosis ap
Patently has yielded to this preparation. In
n case, n 1 worth a trial; and. aince it
ntaina no opiates, narcotics or habit
tormina- drugs. Its use la aafe. From ynur
drinjBtat of direct. -
Kckmaa llwratnry, rhllndelphUi.
torium spellbound as she told of the j
black hand, the secret service, the !
Progroms, the Nihilists, and the
spiritual, mental ;ind material wrf-1
dom of the masses of the people. '
Youth, beauty, charm and earnest
ness combined to make deeper the Im
pression of the address. Mlfs Abra
ham sang effectively two Russian
songs that were applauded. Tea was
served in the K'to de. bs Frijoies
room, Mrs. M. C. Chapman and Mrs.
Edgar L. Hewctt presiding t the
PIUMITIVK AKT AMJ AKTISTS.
No less notable than Mrs. Kadin's
address, was the illustrated talk by
K. M. Chapman on Monday afternoon
at the Palace of Governors to the
class in Archaeology of the .Santa Fe
Woman's club. Mr. Chapman went
'back to the beginning of design, of
art and found that among primi
tive man even in the stone aRe and
in the caves inhabited a million years
ago, the human mind strove to ex
press itself in beautiful design. Step
ping into the dawn of history, Mr.
CI ipnian compared the early art In
the Euphrates, the Nile, the Indus,
the Yanklsekiang valleys and follow
ed it through Greece, Kome, Egypt,
llubvlon, Japun. to Guatemala. Mex
ico "Peru, to the PaJarito Park and
Mesa Verde. The illustrations made
still more graphic the intensely interesting-
talk, which was so absorb
ing that the doss has requested him
to continue the Mibject with two or
more future lectures. In the audience
were visitors like Vr. and Mrs. Wal
ter C. Bronson of Providence, P.. I.,
who were charmed that they en
rolled fr the -summer school giving
up a trip to the Canadian Hockies
which they had planned so as to he
in the Kito de los Frijoles in August.
XIAV MEXICO'S LODE STAK.
The Palace ft the Governors Is the
civic center of the sounthwest and
the events that have taken place
within its walls for more than three
hundred years are rivaled by the In
cidents of the present day in Interest.
In addition to the two lectures men
tioned above, a great meeting of the
Stat Chamber of Commerce and the
National Tarks association with As
sistant Secretary of the Interior A. A.
Jones was held in the reception room
on Friday. It wus an epochmaking
occasion as the result of which it is
likely that the l'ecos forest will In
part become a national park and the
PaJarito Cliff dwellings a national
monument, whoso fame the United
LJ,. .mi..,.nl .fill UI.W.ll1 tM tlll
ends of the earth. Other meetings I
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IH'IU WU CCI, WVMi ii..-Di: v..
Child Welfare committee and of the
Civics Committee of the Woman's
club and of the Santa Fe Chamber
DIWKHS AM) IAXCIi.
Friday evening, a number of din
ners were given. Ir. James A. Mas
sin was host at one, Mr. and Mrs.
Dunlavy ut another. A third was a
smoker and dinner in honor of As
sistant Secretary of the Interior A. A.
Jones, at the Montezuma hotel.
U'.tiinlsiv evnnimr. Miss Ethel Churcii
gave an Informal dance at her home
on East Palace avenue.
Tickets were placed on nan; tins
week for the Charity Hall on St. Val
entine's Day. It will be given under
the auspices of the Woman's Hoard
of Trade and is to eclipse former af
fairs of this kind, brilliant though
these have been. Something like A
hundred tickets have been disposed
of already assuring a fine throng.
The floral decorations are to be most
beautiful. The board met the past
week and appointed its committees
to have charge of the various pre
parations for the affair.
SOflM, ( EMEU MEETING.
At ih" social center meeting on
next Friday evening at the high
school. Governor McDonald will make
an address on "Citizenship" unil Mrs.
Ilaebrens will dance iseveral Spanish
The Daughters of the American
Revolution are arranging for a great
patriotic celebration on Washington's
birthday In which the entire com
munity Isc to take part.
C EII1S AM) SOCIETIES.
The Eadieg1 p.ridtre Tournament at
the Santa Fe club, on Thursday even
ing brought out a larger attendance
even than last week. The prize was
hv Mrs Charles '. Catron.
The successful affair is being man-
aged by Chairman Artnur seimman
of the club's sociul committee.
The Monday club was entertained
by Mrs. Arthur G. Jaffa. The extra
guests were: Mrs. Small, Mrs. Uen
ehan, Mrs. March, Mrs. Ervien, and
Mrs. Parker. The Thirteen club met
with Mrs. Walter Kegel. Mis. Small,
a former member, was u guest. Mrs.
Parker was hostess to the Tuesday
Evening club, the extra guests being
Mesdames Hall, Kegel, Wright, Van
and Wlckham. The Saturday club
met with Mis. I Tarry Lee, the guests
being Mesdanii s French and Wells.
The Presbyterian Aid society was
entertained Friday afternoon by Mrs.
Guy Harrington. The W ornun's Guild
of the Church of Holy Faith met the
sumo -afternoon with Mrs. Paul A.
ALE PAHT or THE GAME.
When your englne'H softly purring,
and you take tlio hills on
When the country rolls beneutli you,
and above you shines the sky
When the roads uro smooth and dust
less and thu signposts do pot
When beside you sits n maiden with
the loveliglit in her eye '
Then It's heaven to jog along!
When the engine starts in missing,
and of gasoline you're shy,
When you have a nasty blowout to
amuse the passer-by
When the roads are full of mudlK'l1 s,
and a storm is drawing nigh
When beside you sits a boneheud w ho
perslts in asking "why?"
Ain't it fierce to wheeze alone;?
Cleveland plaindeab r.
E.VTEK'I'AIM D 1 OK MK.S. KIslIOP.
Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. 'barbs A.
Haynes entertained informally in
honor of Mrs. Charles L. Hisbop, who
left yesterday for Gallup to visit Mrs.
11. C. Garrett and from there going
to Kan Di'T.o where she will make
her rcsidi -m -e in tho future. It. v.-is a
sewing party and a score of old-time
friends gathered to bill Mrs. Hishop
farewell. on Wednesday afternoon,
Mrs. Theodore , Corrock entertained
for Mrs. Hishop.
ATTRACTIVE AHT I.XHIIill'.
This week, also, opened the exhibit
of fall landscapes, by Sheldon par
sons. His newest pictures are in
cluded. All of them are canvases of
merit but a few shud out above the
others and proclaim that Mr. Par
sons is adding to his laurels. There
are vistas of the. cliff dwelling region,
of Taos, of Santa Crur and of course,
of Santa Fc. ' Mr Parsons knows
his Santa Ke intimately and discovers
beauty in spots that his fellow citi
zens have been panning hy unobserved
never suspecting the loveliness to
which they were blind until the
genius of Mr. Pursons proclaimed it.
Fortunate Santa Fe. to have ho great
fa genius giority ns noons ana ny
jWnysI Gerald Cnssidy also placed on
1 exhibit in the assembly room, a strlk
j ing picture: "The Answered prayer,"
I w hich is bound to arouse much com
i merit and receive much praise.
IN HONOIl OF MILS. SMALl
Mrs. James A. French was hostess
on Wednesduy afternoon at a smart
social affair in honor of Mrs. H. G.
Small who is visiting Mrs. A. H. Kon
elmn at "The Willows" on East Pal
ace avenue. There were fivo tables
of bridge. On Wednesday afternoon,
Mis. Ucnelutri and Mrs. Small will bu
tit homo to their friends.
COMING AND GOING.
Mrs. N. H. UuiKhlin will leave to
morrow for Globe, Arizona, to spend
lv weeks with her daughter, Airs.
Il. len Marshall.
Mrs. It. Asplulld expects to leave
shortly for the east and will remain
away several weeks during her ab
sence attending tho national meeting
of the Federation of Women's clubs
and possibly also the National Educa
tional convention in New York. Sho
will visit Philadelphia and Washing
ton, I). ., before returning,
Mrs. T. 11. Spencer has returned
to her homo at Carrinozo after spend
ing the winter at tho executive man
sion. Her mother, Mrs. MoDonald
accompanied her for a visit of sev
eral weeks at the McDonald ranch
Mis. E. C. Abbott and daughter
.lane cNpeet to leave shortly for a
isil' with Mrs. Abbott's sinter in
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cassldy go
next week to New York, expecting to
return next winter. During their
absence, Sheldon Pursons and daugh
ter. Miss Surah Parsons, expect to
occupy the Cassldy home.
Judge and Mrs. William H. Pope
expect to leave tomorrow for New
Orleans, Iji., ' to spend sonic time.
They may 'visit other places ftefore
returning f r the summer.
Mbs Sophie Knnpp and niece, Miss
Helen. Knupp, have gone from Los
Angeles to San Francisco to visit re
latives. W. P.. Douglass has returned from
Washington, D. C.
Mr. ond Mrs. Harwoorl of Paris.
France, have given up thelr-attempt
to reach Phoenix and have estab
lished their studio In the Hayden
house. Dr. and Mrs. P.ronson of,
lirown university, Rhode Island, left I
for San Diego on Friday but will re- j
turn for the summer m'hool.
Mrs. Jasper and son of Hrookline, I
MaNK., have taken possession of the '
residence of Adjutant Generat Harry
Tin ml man oppnrtunttlea dalljr If you
do not read Journal want ad. .
- - ' ,
"How thin and pcukel Sirnms'.l;
looking! You'd think ho didn't km
enough lo eat." ' , ';''
"Ho doesn't. Toil s, his wi"
allows him twt-nty.flvn cenU a tli1
for luncheon and carfare, 60 all til
luncheon he ever irets the olhvfl r,
THIS INSTITUTION HANDLES
TUB ACCOUNTS OF ITS PATRONS
NOT MERELY IN ACCORDANCB
WITH GENERAL CUSTOMS BUT IN
THE MANNER THAT CONSERVES
THIS KEbT INTERESTS OF EACH
DEPOSITOR. WHETHER HIS AC
COUNT IS LARGE OR SMALL,
DEPOSITS 6UBJECT TO CHECK
ARE, INVITED AND 4 PER CENT
INTEREST IS PAID ON TIME CER
TIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
First National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS HALT A MILLIOX DOLXJLB4
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