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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1916.
THREE IS DISBARMENT OF II FIRM WILL BE CONTESTED NEWS NOTES from MOVIEL'AND DEMI oooooo6oooooooeoooooooooooooooooooooooeoooooooooooooeoeooo9oooeoieAoeeoedeeetto I 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOO OOOOO OOOOOOOO OOOO 00 OOOO 0 0 OOOO COO OOOOO 000 000 COOOOOCOPOOOOOOOOO ISewnt chanKPs nmonff the photo players have broiiuht about a csipture by the. Fox Film Corporation of Vir ginia l'oarson ami Alma Hanlon. Theda Kara may find a rival in Mi.su Pearson for it whm on the stage that the latter won fame as tho origi nal creator of the vampire In "A Fool There Was," and It was In the film version of that play that Thede l'.ara made her first (terpen appearance and won a name. ' Miss Pearson Roes to the Fojc com pany from VltaKraph, and Alma Han lon from the CicotRp Kleine studios. Mlns (!lanlon conies from an old Eng lish family of actors who have all been on the utaRp. She will make her first appearance in Fox pictures With Theda liura in "Hold and the Woman." Answers i Fled in Federal Court by 0, N, Matron and F, E. Wood Ask Hearing Before Another Judge, ;8PrCIAL DlftPATCH TP MORNINO JOURNAL Santa Fe, Feb. 5. That O. N. Mar ron and F. E. Wood, attorneys of Al buquerque, intend to fiRht every step in the disbarment . proceedings Insti tuted aalnst them in the federal court was plainly Indicated today, when answers covering many type written puses were filed In compliance with an order issued by J u dire W. II. Pope, January 28, giving them ten days to show cause why they should not he disbarred. The answers are individual, Mr. Marron filinfr one, of five pases, and llr. Wood another, of fifteen pages, in Mr. Wood's answer ho undertakes to explain all the proceedings growing out of the case against the estate of the late E. O. Garcia, of Albuquerque, In which the firm of Marron & Wood represented an allpged heir of fiarcla, claiming the entire estate by descent. With great attention to detail Mr. Wood follows the so-called Ciarcia case from first to last, explains how the firm managed to be retained in the litigation, and outlines the proced ure following up to the time of ver dict; and the Invistigation conducted by Judge Pope following the verdict. Jiulffc ll-ejiuliocrt Claim. The principal allegation contained ia .Mr. Wood's affidavit is that Judge w it Peine before whom the Ciarcia ease was tried, and who wrote an I Ji,,' Hichardson and Anna Little opinion at the time he set aside thejl''ve their real abilitiy as serpen verdict rendered In favor of Marron !tars in a dramatic pieturization of a . u',.,wiv ,.ii,.n( hfiu n neron..il i.Im man's regeneration, "According to St. and prejudice against him, Wood, and Jolm." an American photoplay declares Judge Pope to be disqualified coiisu iicuon. it is ine story 01 a man ' "i m oiiioioiiona, nun oe in now , unique to determine the issues in the disbar-, who came to scoff and stayed to pray,! located at the World Film studio at n,e chamber of ( iimieiv, Mr. Woods allo-H'ud Is one or the strongest "evange-1 u i i.ec, ., ,j. ibic-y misworjiik the flood of Inquiries m:i naiTiiKK phti iik IS TALI' OF Till'. Vl:ST Ued Feather's latest release, "A Knight of the Kange," starring Har ry 1). Carey, Is a picture in which real western stuff predominates. The story concerns tho love affairs of l!ess Dawson and Hob Graham. Tlob Graham Is a-weakling, and Gen- plans his j Hess him- tleman Dick, a gambler, downfall because he loves self. ; Then there Is Cheyenne Harry, an-j other lover of the girl, who because ho thinks so much of her, does all he! can to help Rob, He even takes the blame when a stage is hpld up, but f the truth leaks out. j Hob shows his real character when j he tries to Incriminate Harry before: ltess and he is forced to flee a posse, In a fight he is killed, and Bess dis- j covers she really loves Cheyenne Hnr-I ry best of all. r if ?v: 1 . A ")2k 7 10 BE FARMED ON WOVE L PLAN 1 oX or .Virginia rearson. She has joined the l'ov forces, bill will be seen this month In "The Writ ing' fin (he W all," a Yitngnipli leal ore ill which she takes the leading role. Contracts to Be Entered Into S Providing for Unique Ar-:S rangement Between 'Town, I 8 Owner and Settlers, Sg lis SPECIAL CORftCapONnKNLC TO M fJ UN! Nfl JOURNAL Dcmlilg, N. M., Feb. r,. The board Jog of directors of the Deining Chamber ?0 of CiiiinniTiv have fairly launched their plan for Inducing settlement on the farming land of the Mlmbies val ley through the giving away of a lim ited acreage to actual settlers who are prepared to place It In cultivation. During the past week the board have been putting the plan in workable form.' Two contracts have been approved and; printed. One is the contract between ;t lie Deining Chamber of Commerce, with the land owners of the valley;! the other a contract between (he Doming Chamberpot' Commerce and! Ilie settlers. Tlie organization, under these contracts, is the pole al l iter be tween land owners and settlers, and' all (he provisions of the contracts are to be carried out under the direction, of the civic body. I Yesterday a committee consisting of i Arthur C. Kaithcl, J. 1. Cooper, bir. ence lion, . nancy and t in I lYuili was appointed, and it Is In the country today listing the lands held oo oo 00 00 oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 00 00 oo 00 oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo Small Accounts Welcomed Wo extend t the man and woman of small means an in vitation to open an account with u. There is no discrimi nation show n depositors lint the person with a $50 account receives the same treatment as the one w ith thousands. When small depositors hac surplus enough to make an investment. idvice in the selection ot so ot small means their money wc in a hih curities is w lb desire ;;rale security, our at their command, an alisolutelv safe offer the services of our Hank. ,i'or people place to keep A ml to .ill In institution which er our services. i wish to do business with h filinnolii! treats all Its customers alike, we of- THE CITIZENS BANK Hours 10 a. in. to a i. in. We pay 4 nt iviiI liiM'n'!. In mir Sixlug-s licpartmcnt on (Cor 1 1 Ilea tcs i( Deposit) OO 00 oo 00 , oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 g oo oo oo oo oo 00 00 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo 00 00 00 oo oo oo oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo oo 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0 0 oo 00 00 00 00 oo 00 OO 00 99 OOOOO 0 000 000 OOOOOO 000000 0000 OOOOOOOOOOOO 000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO the members of! "OOOOOOOOOOO 00 0000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOl ill daily session, 1 n 1 1 HOUSE PASSES BILL BENEFITING WINSLOW 'l'V farmers. Practically all the busl Iness men of Dcniinif have already llt ed their lands. It is hoped that be il'orc the end of the week represeuta I lives of ihe chamber of commerce will lie In the ureal agricultural sections of tlu country presenlinif the plan to has chansed attain. In a compara- pruspcetivc settlers. itively short time he has moved from j Tlie nlan has alreadv ultra now inI-a.sky and TriariKle in I.os AiiReles to 'widespread Interest because of It is the story of a man i-unm in I'niiauoipnia, ami lie is now , uni ine dial actor. The secret ! local led Its rftPKCIAl. OIBPATCM TO MOH NINO JOUBNAL Wlnslow, All., Feb. ,".---A lelcKrnm received this morntUK from Congress man Carl llaydeii brliias the elieeiful ! new.'! that the house lias passed the bill I iippiopiluliiiK IS, una to aid In the I construction of a steel and concrete j bl'idne llcrcSH tlie l.ltlle Colorado l lel i Just east of the city. I Wlnslnw has reason to be proud oi her public schools, judiiiiiK by the v - I port submitted to tin. school hounlj (last evening. It. s!ios a total enroll-1 j ment for the first semester of MIS, undj I the nveraKe .ittcllilance for the same ; time w as SiMi in the u l a tl s and eiiibt) . one In tli,. IiIkIi school. What the di1 jtrlit needs now Is additional bulhlinnsj 1 to i lopcrly handle the increasiiiK at-, ; tendance. The city council at its last sillliiK' j appointed a committee to Investlmite j i the ipiestlon of a site for a new city I i hall, the probable cost, and the ml -1 pers were filed today by Hie I'.incr sou Mercantile company of Knowlcs, IMdv county, with J. 1.. Imiicisoii iisi ai?enl The ors are: J. 1.. fanerson thirty-nine shares; W. tl. Constipation. When costive or troubled with ton' stipation take Chamberlain' Tablets. incorporators mid direct- ,,,. ,i , , ? - Kllowlcis, - 'iierner, j Knowlcs, Knowles, lion is J." each. ten shares; one shale, .nun, divided H. II. Turner, The capiliili.a into fifty shares 36x40-inch silks, "Wonder Sale" price, 98 cents. Mon day. The Economist. -'!' ! L'-PS Contractor Works Outdoors In All Kinds of Weather incut nroceediiiKs. nations fif bias and prejudice are sum-j""1 me! oo in tb followinir nai.'iuVaiih ; duoeit taken from the affidavit: "Francis K. AYood, being duly sworn, says he is one of the respond ents in the above entitled cause; that It is the belief of this respondent that lion. William H. rope, district Judge of the United .States for the district1 of New Mexico, has a personal biaa ' and prejudice against this respondent1 concerning the matters charged against this respondent and under investigation in this proceeding, andi this respondent therefore charges,' pursuant to the provisions of See. 21 ! of the judicial code of the United Slates, that the said William 1 1. Pope, ! district judge as aforesaid, has a per-j sonal bias and prejudice against thlsi respondent which disqualifies the said William liy-Polie- rt sit fn or determ ine the issues in this proceeding pur suant to the terms and provisions of the said section." Wroiijc Impression Claimed. Taking up in his answer the matter of the alleged fabrication of evidence. Mr. Wood goes at length into an ex planation of the various letters in troduced in evidence, and traces, as far as possible their source and their custody prior to and during the trial of the principal action. In this con nection, Mr. Wood declares that in failing to adequately consider and comment upon certain evidence in troduced by them, through Mr. (lib son, an attorney of Salt Lake, relative to the letters in question, Judge Pope created In the public mind an errone ous impression. Regarding this phase of the matter, Mr. Wood says In his answer: "Judge Pope in his opinion omiUed all reference to Ihe explanation of typo of pictures ever pro- House Peters, who has been highly praised for his splendid work as Ste phen (Iheut in "The Great Divide," Kitty Gordon, in tho new World Film picture "As In a Looking Glass,'' wears in addition to twenty-five mar velous gowns, an imported hat on w hich there Is $Snu worth of aigrettes. Il.ei ng received from those of the Ire facts testified to by Mr. Gibson and no suggestion that, the testimony ex cluded the possibility of any connec tion of respondent's firm with tlie fab rication of these letters, if they were fabricated. That the necessary effect of the opinion as written was to cre ate in the' public mind the impression that the trial judge was of the, belief from the evidence that the fabrica tion was by or through the efforts of these respondents and the public did obtain that Impression from the pub lication, and this respondent believing ithat Judge Pope In writing theopinion should and must, have known the im I pression that would be produced upon I the public mnd by the manner and ! form n wheh the opinion was put, 'must have been actuated by persona! ;bias or prejudice against these re spondents in writing an opinion which must of reasonable necessity produced ithat impression." PROVIDENCE PEOPLE JOIN ARCHAEOLOGISTS Catarrh of the Stomach A Pleasant, Simple, Hut Safe ITfeciital IteiiKHly lor It. iiikI 1UIVI; IWCKAUK MAII.I P FRKK. Catarrh of the stomach is consid ered practically incurable. The symp toms are a bloating sensation after eating, accompanied sometimes with sour or water risings, formation of gases, causing pressure on heart and lungs and difficult breathing, head aches, fickle nppetite, nervousness and general played-out feeling. "Gee, I Can Hardly Wait for Tills la, li soup to Cool! And to Think That I Wouldn't Have Dared Fat it Hcfore 1 ISegan I'slng Stuart's l)spepsia Tub lets!" Most druggists know that Stuart's dyspepsia Tablets have relieved more l"'ople ,,f catarrh of the stomach, in digestion, heartburn and run down condition generally than all the patent medicine and doctors' prescriptions. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the simplest and most convenient remedy for indigestion, catarrh of the stom ach, biliousness, sour stomach, heart airn and bloating after meals. Get a 50c. box from your druggist, or stud coupon below toflay for a free trial package. SPICIAL COHRI9PON0INCC TO MORNING JOURNAL Santa Fe, Feb. G. Dr. and Mrs. Walter C. Hronson of Drown univer sity, Providence, R. I., today became members of the Archaeological socie ty. They left for San Diego to re main there until April 1, to study the Maya antiquities and paintings. liofore leaving they enrolled for the summer school in the llito de los Fri joles, 'giving up a trip to the Cana dian Kockies, they had planned for years, to do so. 'We had no idea that there is so much of interest in and about Santa Fe," they said before leaving. They recently spent a sea son In Greece, and Italy. The Misses Coates of New York and Steubenville, Ohio, spent yester day afternoon at the museum after a. trip to Tesuque with Miss Ethel Church. They have traveled in Ku rope and in the-Orient, the Canadian Rockies and the Tnnd of the Sky in North Carolina, but nowhere have they been gripped by the mountains, the mystic and romance of the past as they have been here. They will remain in Santa Fe for some time and speak, of enrolling for the sum mer school in August. The following were among those at the museum ye-'terday: A. A. Jones, Washington, D. C; Dr. D. G. Llchten waiter, Tinawanda, N. Y.; J. R Craighead, Carlisle, Pa.: M. J. Webb, Fort Worth, Tex.; Cora, Perry, Paul and Pert M. de I,ueke, Gallup, N. M. The Sierra Vista Inn company to day located the spot where Pe Var gas camped on the evening before his re-entrv into rnnttv Ke, as the site for their Ynaln administration building.. It is proposed to re-erect the torreon which In" olden times stood near the spot, thua marking another historic spot in this immedi ate vicinity. State Senator and Mrs. B. F. Pan key of Galisteo. today became char ter members of the Archaeological institute, making the thirty-sixth of the forty memberships needed. STEWART SUCCEEDS PROFESSOR HUMBERT 'SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE TO MORM'.NQ JOURNALl State College, N, M., Fob. B. Prof. Rupert D. Stewart, '11, has been elect ed to succeed Dr. K. P. Humbert as head of tho department of agronomy in the school of ugrleulliire. Profes sor Stewart was graduated from the New Mexico Slate college In Ihe spring of Dill, receiving a bachelor, of science degree in agriculture. Imme diately upon graduation he was .ap pointed assistant In the agronogy de partment. In the fall of 11)13 he re signed this position with the college and went to Cornell university for ad vanced work, where be received Ills master's degree the following spring, Stewart's appointment to succeed Dr. Humbert, who resigned the first of the year to accept a position with the Texas A. and M. experiment sta tion, Is certainly a fitting one, and his friendH are confident of his undoubted success in this capacity. As a student of the New Mexico State college Stewart was thoroughly alive. He was well known for his ora tory having represented tlie college one year in the state oratorical con test. His broad experience tn successful farming, in the class room as an in structor, knowledge of the experiment station, and his advanced technical work at Cornell, marks him as an other of State college's graduates who is making good. Tlie annual freshman "hop" was held in the college gymnasium at the New Mexico Slate college on Friday evening, an exceptionally large crowd being in attendance. The hall was well decorated, the underclassmen carrying out their colors in a unique scheme. The corners of the hall were decorated by the senior, junior and sophoinoro classes. The Williams duo of Das Cruces .furnished excellent music, for the affair. Messrs. ( i. K. Jackson, Richard Pohl and Charles Chaffee, all mem bers of the senior class lif the school of engineering, have returned from Kl Pasoi Tex., where they spent Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday in taking a civil service examination for government position as civil engineers. Miss Nettle Fdmonson, of Fl Paso, a former student of the college, is" vis iting at the Riek'tsim home during this week end. Fred J. Ficldman, the well known KI Paso photographer, is at State col lege for the purpose of taking the photographs and group pictures for the I'GH Swastika, the annual pub lished bv the members of the Junior class. He will spend four days here in his work. lake advantage fereil. Hciilllixivl.or Dies. '.. II. Itichardson died last evening at T o'clock at Ills home on Lead nvc-,1 line, tie lias been ill five years, ,'itidj came to Doming as a liealthsecker' al out two years ago, from ltowlinvj Green, Ky. lie was ;'.:! years old. llbi wife survive,! him. I The funeral was held today at th" Methodist church at ";:!il p. m., the Masonic order, Deining Lodge o. 1L', ry of ! visabillty of submitting a bond prop,,-! is kept i sition io the xolers at Ihe spring elec-i Hon for the erection of the same. The; who would, fire limit ordinance was amended to e lands of-j change the character or buildings that j can ,e erected lu the proscribed dis- frlct. FARMERS' WEEK IN SAN MIGUEL FEB. 7-14 having charge of the services, f uev. v.. i . .Morgan oiitciating. I was in tlie Masonic cemetery. Mrs. Hawkins Dies. Mis. (illie Hawkins died Monday cveninir at Wine's lent cotlnaes. aued J4.) years. She came here as a health I seeker from Slater, Mo., and her hu, jliand arrived the morning before her death. Mr. Hawkins accompanied bis I wife's remains Tuesday nibht to Slater lor hiiriul, tlie . t . liawson under takers having charge of the urrnngc-mcnts. F.AsI las Vegas, N. M.. Fib. ii.--Rain or snow, warm or cold, the pro gram arranged for farmers' week In San Miguel county, beginning Monday and continuing through Friday of next llii.iwceii win ne carried out to mo urial i ' Fxpeiis from the state ugrl- j cultural college, the Santa Fe railway and the Fulled Slates bureau of nni- mal Industry will give lectures lit six chsiminted points in the county. Coun ty Agent "M. , Gonvcules has commit tees at work In each locality, whose duly it is to Insure large attendance ut the meetings. Friday will be I.,ns Vegas day, and the meeting will be held In the Commercial club rooms, one of the Interesting events of l.as Vegas day will be tlie use of a milking machine. wS 1 III.., 'iiili!!:,!!;.iNiiNii,.r,i!';'l!ii!!,,::':V' .:"i!.,;i!:Bi';,;il !il II .1 'sssmm m iii MR. P. VINCIOUERRA Exposure to the elements has no terror for Mr. Vinci guerra who keeps his system in condition to resist and throw off disease germs by the use of Duffy's Pure Malt .Whiskey. I have occasion to use Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey many timea during rainy nnd slushy weather and consider it the best preventative from catching cold, or more serious ailments. I am a general contractor of mason and cement work, auperviaing my men iii heavy down pours of rain to complete out door work. On these occasions; when one Is cold and wet, tlie taking of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as di rected is a preventative of disease." Patsey VinciKuerra (Contractor) Rock. away Road. Jamaica, N. Y. Want a tiluh irmd r-mplnye? Or lh better prndo of prvant? Make unn of th wrint column! of the J'turnaL 1 Mcii until, Company Incorporates. Sanla Fe, Feb. fi. Incol porallon pa- Duffy's Pure Malt VJhiokpy when taken In tablcnponnful doses equal amounts of water or milk befona meuls and on retiring invariably gives the svsfm power to throw . .f and resist coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis and lung troubles, it keeps me vunyin gwou-O general condition because it is a predigested liquid food which requires littn ' labor of the digestive organs. Duffy's adds to the power of resitrtanc and is of .. ....... .1 . .a I. 4r,t.-ni,i,,, tlm ".t.l K...A1ir,rT rtitrma ait riflnlfit nfr fMa aaflanfl' C 1 an.,l.HUI!V.tT III umuuj i,h mv. vwiu uivvuinji ft. w . w. -., .. "Get Duffy's and Keep Well." Sold In SEALED BOTTLES ONLY. Beware of Imitations. iiYr G1 Duffy's from your loesl druggist, oroosr or dtalor rtU 1 1 $1.00 pr bottlo. If hi tannot supply you, writs us. Useful household bookltt frts. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y ssatw.. - u Hoy Scours to Get Itcpcatlni; liil'le. Santa Fe, Feb. u. A handsome Remington repeating rifle has - been purchased, by a number of local busi ness people to be offered as a iri,e to the J'oy Scouts. Tlie Hoy Seoul pass ing the best examination on June 1 will be awarded the prize. lr. last litia: Tit I Aii coirov V. A. Ktnart Co.. 222 Stuart llulld Ine, Marshall. Mich., send me nt or.ee a free trial package of Stuart's I'yspepsia Tablets. Name : : Street City State Council Meniember Itesigns. eiw- t'tv X. M.. Feb. B. Dr. P Thompson, democrat, who for three years Pt has served as a member of the town council, has tendered hi? resignation, effective April 1. Thnmtiann was re- elected only year and served notice of his Intended retirement that a successor might he named at the election in April, thus obviating the expense of an extra elec tion to fil! the vacancy. .Mora County Prompt. Santa Fe, Feb. 5. Mora is the second county to come through with its January tax collections, having paid $8,3Ce into the state treasury. Has I'seil Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for 2i Years. , "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been used in my household for the past twenty years. J began giving it to my children when they were small. As it' quick relief for croup, whooping cough, and ordinary colds, it has no equal. J'.eing free from opium and Other harmful drugs, I never felt afraid to-give it to the children. I have recommended it to a large num ber of friends and neighbors, who have used It and speak highly of It," wrileg Mrs. Mary Minke, Shortsville, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. The "Wonder Values". of the season at the Econom ist. Monday. MiimiWiiifaWlwlhlatllill mp Per Yard BULK ALE IF Per Yard Beginning Monday Morning, February 7lh, at 10 o'clock FOR ONE DAY ONLY T, 511 L TIJOl'T THi: l.KAST KXACGKKATIOX VK IK OKKATKST SII,K VAU'K WK JTAVK KYKR vest that arranireiiients lie made to lie mi hand at 'I HiOXK ORDERS" WILL UK ACCKI'TKI) fore, imperative, if you desire to avail your' pointed hour. I'KKl, THAT WK ARK OKKKRI.W, PUT ON SA1.K and in order not to en o'clock Mond.iv Moruiii''- when the tiik liuyixc; vvnuc lie disatHinteit .we would sale iK'jrins, XOR WJU, AW OK TIIKSK SILKS 1K LAID ASIDK. elf of this extiaordinai'v i -jm rt unit ' for you to he on ham XO TKLK- It is, there at the np- This Sale Includes the Following Values: Splendid nuality plain Georgette Crepe, forty inches, in liidil blue, lavender. li";ht green, rose, yellow: worth at present market price ?2.25 per yard; our regular selling price .$1.75 kt yd. Monday only, yard $1.20 Shadow stripe, 3('i 'yellow and ninl- juarkct price $.'.00; mg dav price $1.75. inch Silk Crepe in ; worth at. present our regular sell- Special, Onlv .Mon ; '$1.29 Korty-five inch Cheney l!ros. 1 1 ill mi' green, navv. pearl grey; worth at press, pink ket price !M.(K.) selling price is .Mondav, a yard a yard $2.50. Satin, em- , pale blue, oday's mar- ; our regular Special Onlv $1.2!) 'orty inch Crepe Meteor in Xile green, lavender, grey, turquoise blue, black and ivory, at present market, price worth $.vO(); our regular selling price $2.50 jht yard. Special dav, a vard Onlv Mon . . . $1.20 Korty-inch brown Moire Gro-grain, is regularly priced at $.V50. Special Only yard $1,20 Mi unlaw I'.xtra select Silk I'laids; M in light and dark effects ; $2.25 and $2.50 a yard. Monday, a yard inches wide, regular price Special ( )nlv $1.20 Thiily-six inch Panne Velva in emer ald green only; our regular , selling; price $2.25 yard. Special Only Mon day, a van 1 $1.29 Thuty-sk inch Cheney liros. Satin Im perial, our staple leader, in cither black or ivory; out- regular selling; price $1.75 a yard. Specail Only Mon day, a yard '. $1.29 Korty-inch Crepe Silk Poplin, extra weight, brass shade only; our regular selling price $2.25 a yard. SjK'cial Only Monday, per yard $1.29 PJack CJiarmeuse, .40 inch; our regular selling price $2.00. Special Only. Moil-. day $1.29 W1JKRE QUALITY MKKTS PRICK" ROSENWALD'S "WHERE QUALITY MKKTS" PRICK"