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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916.
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO, Iftnoi, Haugcs, Hi nine Furnishing Goods, Cutlery, Tools, Iron rin Valvea and Fitting. Plumbing, Heating, 'Un ami Copper Work. sis w. cextiul avk. telephone, sis ALAMEDA CLUB B THEATER HIST ft snow IN TUB R1ATK riCTtlU (MANCil BVKBT OAT S IS L EIGHT FOX'S AMBITION A CHILD DOESN'T TODAY MEMBERSHIP REALIZED AUGH AND PLAY ii k voi m il i un i) ROYAL PURPLE GRAPE JUICE . M l HE'S IlKKT DIMXK NEW JUICE NOW AT YOUR DEALER'S roiitTii:N-i:,Mi-oi.i . "FOUR ROSES" THE OLDEST WlIISKIT IV CAPTIVITY U giacomelm iuios 101 North nri m. phoni: boo I rSE TT YRIC THEATER TODAY and TOMORROW ii 1 VIOLA DANA IN The Innocence of Ruth Mclitc-Cdisnii I 'fill lire In The ItocK TIME nl' Mious .1:15. ehii, .1:1:1, ";(io, tel., mid fliiiii MHICI, IODW being i niDw. tin: MILL NT II IT AT :i:.V HIST MIOV We Now Have ' HEINZ MALT VINEGAR AND PURE CIDER VINEGAR In full quart bottles, put up at the factory, per quart 35c Longmont Butter, lb, 40c Monarch Rolled Oats, a hiAli-grade oats at a spe cial price, pkn: 10c WARD'S STORE flOMF.K H. WAD Ugr. Ill Marnlo Are. Phone SIMM. $ Strong Brothers Undertakers rnoMiT skhvK'i:. phone JS. SIUONU III.K.. COPPER iIM) Kl.lXNi) LOCAL ITEMS or jjTEHEsr Curpct cleaning, Phone GAS. I lock In i T In hut I U n, "bent ever," Western iircwerv. m lie company. Dr. Jamt J. llrenmtu hux opened LET SPRINGER MOVE YOU THIS SPRING office ul Booms 3-f. Anniji) block-, 'corner Third mill Central. Hen, ember, open "Philanthropy j Day" nt (ho Woman' club today. A son wjh horn to Cuptaln n.iiil ' Mm. Brook, of the local solvation ' Army, April 10. I Deputy Cnltcd HtuttM Marshal it. V Unit hll lust liluhl for l.ordsliurg ml tj t'lim-M. Horn to Mi. mill Mrs. James V. lllffln. IC'O Houlli Arno sirret, Tue day afternoon, a daughter. .Mrs. H. J. Oriihood loft yesterday ufterroon fur HiiririKflold, ill., to visit, her daughter, Mm. II. V. Boone. Special Ciioil r'tiday services will be held In I he llbraby, the Luth'TSr; chinch thlH morning nt I0:3(i o'clock. II W. Hwiiyer, of Newaygo, M l-Ji., who ha been visiting likndK heio fur two weeks, left ycKtcnliiy after noon lor IiIh home, Mr. and Mm. 1.. J. Tllliiy. of Nashville, Tonn., Willi their . liltle daughter, arrived In Albuquerque yes Prday Mm) will make their home hi rt In the fulnrc. A regular meeting of Odah' Chap ter, No. r., (). i:. H., will tic held id H o'clock ton Ik lit nt the Masonic' tern-, pie. CuudldutCM ure to he initialed. Id frcshmenta will he served, W. II. Andrews, former delegate In oiiKieHS from New Mexico mid can didate for liilted Slate senator, left ;i I'dtci dny afternoon on Santa train ,o. fur (in. nim. , Great Interest Being Manifest ed in Industrial Work by Juveniles; Big Meeting Sat urday at High School, Tluit Oornallllo county In yet des tined to triko IN place h ii real aXH jciiltlirnl county of the nt:ite, l he cnniiim more evident e;iclt d:iy l;e i C.'UIHC of the fact that tlie hiyK fthd 'the kIi'Ih, who are to he the farmer 'lit tin- i:io Oiunde vntlcy within the i next few year, ure tjccomlnii trained i in everything that uial'en rural life a I Miccey. Till most Important work ti lieiriK curried on In the county under the direction of if. Wewnrt, county oweul, Mho operate under the Joint miKKeHtioiiK of the New Mexico Aftri tulHinil college and tlid I'nltcd Hu!c dejiiirtmcnt of tiKl'lculture. Mr. Slcwart ia heinK' given every an hlMtnucft l-y J. 11. Toiiloime, un iist'iid nnl ftntii lender ill Juvenilis cluh work, mid hy A- Montoya, county Nupcrln tendent of pcIiooIh. TIi Mitmcdu ( till). A nil '.ndlcalion of the manner in whlcli tlio county Bchool children Brfl frraxplrift tlie cluh work and eti rolliiiR for Instruction, the cluh mem hemhip of Atameda, ittno mllei north of Alhunuerciue, may he taken an nn example. Tlie Ahimcdu dnh has thlrty-neven meinher, nil of who arc BtHrtitiK piojectn tliln Kprlntr. Th clilldren mo heliiR tnuftlit In tli( cluh farm nmtinnenient ldean which they do not uml (annot obtain In mcIiooI. Home of the f Incut land in the ulate In Hlluated in Alumcdu und vicinity, filmed for Krapes and other frult. .MocUnir hatimlay. A tilK innwi meetinK of nil children of tlie county will he held In the hlh K'hool auditorium nt 2 o'clock Hiitimliiv ufteitiooii. All Juvenile clu'' mcmhi'iH nrV urffed to attend, and nil who are not club mombprK but who wIhIi to learn of iho work ure Invited to be prcHent l'liicntu will he mndu welcmne mid Klven an op porttitilty to wIlneuH tho work their clilldren hto doing. THE BONDMAN Producer Has Always Wanted to Dramatize Hall Caine's Greatest Story; Pastime Sunday and' Monday, IF CONSTIPATED If peevish, feverish and sick, give "California Syrup of Figs," Mother! Your child isn't naturally crow and ptevinh, See if tongue is The vivid William Fox motion tdc- coated: thi is a mire lnn its little tore production of "The liondman." atomach, Mver and bowels need a Hull Pnlnc'n world-famous tory, In :cle:,n(.lnK at once. . ,t .i -i. , . . . i... T.ui,.r. , W H.n i Mleiw, pale, feverlnh, fu o one of the. Rreatent b e n, I - . f lccea ever taken for film poruajul. f,r a(,f niUura;V( has stl)m. An o novel "The landman aold la(.h.ache, diatrhoea, remember, a (ten more than 2,000,noo copies in theu,0 lver n(1(1 10WPi eleanHlng nhould i'nlted Statm at the time of and noon always tie the first treatment given. after publication,' It wan done into I Nniiunir Kpiaiti "California fcyrtip oi WEEK NIGHT SERVICES WILL END TONIGHT AT METHODIST CHURCH Earner Hundny will chmo the apec ial cvaiiKcliHtic mecliiiKH at the First Mettiodlal Kpiacopal church under the leadership of the pnntnr, Charlca Ke'cacur Mcckman. Tho lunt of the week InlHht aervlcea will ho hold tuttlRhl. Mm. M, T. Ihodell left Uml fur her home In North !'ak01fi iificr HpemlliiK It'" winter here with her parenta, Mr. and Mm. I,, lletrmaun, and her duuKhter, MIhh ('u rirude tiro dell. She wan i ompunied by M i Jn Iteatrlci. und MIim Katidla lirodejl. I Kvery pan nt and teacher abould at lemi the lecture on ' Hirih control," Kiilnrdiiy nlKht, V, (i. V. hall. Tick el frnrn V. W. C. A. menibera or nt MiiIhoh'h. AiIiiIim only. I-tm ItKXT Dlnvt .inn Oonl Vard. Apl, Mr, .lolm Coructto, Vcndotiio Annex, Second and Wlvcr, Hcrboth paints signs,houses and decorates. Phone 1495J Henry hauls baggage and other things. Phone 939. nlMI,, iTh pnator'a theme fur toiilftht will oe "vny u cuivury : i nm in in Kccp Init with flood Prlday und ahould therefore be a aerx'tcr exceeding all preViouH on en in point of uttendaiicc. Tlie niieclul music will consist of a nilectlon by the chorus ctiolr, u number by the lilwh school quartet .iii.l a Holo by Mrs. N. W. Ilennlnu. The cntinno prayrr mcptlnps will he held ut 10 o'clock this morning wllh the home and lenders us fol lows: Mm. Howe, 108 South Arno. Mrs. Tharp, leader; Mrs. Lee. lil& .South Arno, Mrs. Draper, leader; Mrs. Rrltindsoii; 1201 South ICdlth, Mrs. KldrldRe, leader; Mr. Wylder, CO'J West tiold, Mrs. Ilrannon, lead er; Mrs, Ko8g, 523 North Hccund, Mrs. Kly, leader; Mrs. Itose, 721 Soiitti Fourth, MIhs l'ltturd, leader; Mrs. Moore, 30.1 North Twelfth, Mm. lloff lin, leader. almost Hll of the continental lan KtiaKes and made permanent the rep utation ofiliull Caine. Wlllinm Fox has spent more money on tlie makinK of "Tho liondman" than ever was paid out before in tho production of a single completed pic ture. Its cost of mnkiim will not Bp- pear at nil small or isxlKiiificant when put In his farnoiiM million-dollar Kellermann picture. Mr.' Kox took his famous star, Wll llum Farnum, and suld to him, In effect: "Here is the Kmitest picture Opportunity of your life You have done big things in pictures, but tlitw looks to mo to be the biBBcst thins yon will ever be called on to do. This picture, played as I ari imnuine it. will take its place as one of tho film classics." Audiences throughout the world will find that the Fox ambition to do a. bl thing- well has been realized. Dorothy liernard, already well known to Fox audiences, and famous throughout tho country us a ltelasco player, appears in the role of (Jrocbu. Doris Wooldridae lK cast us luetic!, daughter of the governor of Iceland, and Mr. Farnum plays the dual roles of Stephen nnd Jason Orry. He is both the noil a ltd the father, and np penrs simultaneously on the screen opposite himself the father to his one self and the son to his other self. This wonderful production will he the chief uttrticHon nt the I'astime (heater Sunday and Monday. Kvery m.n, woman and child should tuks advantage of this opportunity and ace this great picture MARY PAGE DAY--THE DEPTHS .'lury I HKi'. ini I'.piMHie. i wo runs. THE CALL OF THE SEA s. and A., Three Piirts. APPLE BUTTER MiiMini t enter ( oimtiy, LLO. TODAY ONLY Fig 1'ir children's Ills; give a tea spoonful, and In a few hours all the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting food which is clogged in the bowels passes out of the system, and you have a well and playful child again. All children love this harmless, delicious "fruit luxiitlve," and It never fails to effect a good "Inside" cleansing. Di rections for babies, children of all the balance with the cost of "s fc.um.-u,, , ,,....., Keep it handy In your home. A lit tie given today suvoa a sick child to- i morrow, hut get the genuine. Ask your druggist for n 60-cent bottle of "California Kyrup of FigB," then look and see that it is made by the "CaH fornia Fig Syrup Company." WILFRED LUCAS AND MARY ALLEN IN "ACQUITTED" A 1. V. Griffith Mvo-rocl Drama. HIS HEREAFTER A Triangle--Keystone Comedy, Keolurlnjr Charlie Moron. .Murray and I'ollj' I TIME OF SHOWS 1:00. 2::U, 4:. .-:;h. 7:0(1. H:30 and to p. m. ADMISSION ADULTS 10 CK.VTS. ( ini,Diti; 5 t :rs GREAT LESSON TO BE SEEN AT CRYSTAL STARTING SUNDAY For the first time in the historj' of the iioston stage a moving picture has been employed to, set forth a public lesson as well as to provide enter tainment. "Tho Hut tie Cry of Peace," which war. given ,lts Initial perform ance' here yealerdny at the ,MaJctlc theater, is a powerful call to the American nation not to go to .war but to be ho prepared that International conflict will be averted. The various eplaodes and the connected narrative have been prepared ) y Commodore .1. Stuart ItlucKton, from the hook of Tlie F. A. Martin Piano company, 208 West Hold avenue, are now In a position to put all kinds of pianos and Player-pianos In the very best of, con dition, an expert tuner' and relator having Just le-cn employed. Special attention will be paid to player-pianos, and all work guaranteed first-class. Phone 150 when in want of a tuner, j NOTK'I-V j We will keep open nlMhts until after Faster for the benefit of those who cannot visit the store during the day. Please call, see the beautiful styles, tret the extremely low prices. ' TIHO WIMJAilS ailUXVERY CO. ! g IT u the duty of freemoi,' a'p , I'M the duty of patriot, the .M i GOOD FRIDAY I ISU DAY We will receive u big ship ment of fish for today and to morrow, tlie last days of Ient. Will have several varieties from Which you can select. Oct your orders in early and you will not be disappointed. STltAWURIUUES are com ing In fine now and we ure getting the best to be, had. We also nave nil the , vegetables In season: Kcd Cahljnge Artichokes Asparagus Ithnharb Is-ltuce Spinach New 'abbuge: Have you tried lintter? It is uct und every .rocn Itcans New cw Potatoes New Meets New Turnips ItndMioK tJrccii Onions Ya now's Dairy' a home prod puund guaran teed. If you don't like It send it back and get your money. "IF it's ;oon havi: TO KAT VK IT." S04 Went Central. riiono 199 Maxim, .Defenseless Ameri- .i. , - 5 tit. i 3 m ? it-5. EASTER SPIRIT it; i--t Get the habit of being en thusiastic at this season of the year about your ap pearance. Men and boys should get in the Easter pa rade. Wc shew fa. S.einkB!ocl, Suitsand J E-iU'f rvnoxHats MA iilUlnslilutrnCo J,VtrJ Coif POWERFUL STORY OF GREATER NEW YORK SEEN AT THE LYRIC A powerful story of Creater New York, Wall si reel, millionaires both goo,! und bud, beaut if ut, dependent, young girls, notorious women, de. bum hers and many "side lights" on the so-called "High life" In the Me tropolis, figure In "Tho Innocence of It ut h," ii n Fdiaoii ptiotodrama, re leased through Kleiiie-Kdlsoii Feature Service, to b offered at the Lyric theater, today and tomorrow. This fiscinitlng tule Is not overdrawn either, but deals with incidents likely to be Included In the experiences of men and women living In Oreater New York, or, In fact, any other large city. "The Innocence of Kutit" deals chiefly with the experience of a fa clniiUng young Kill who by her dy ing father has been placed In charge of his riiciul, a young, easy-going but manful, moral millionaire. Love, of course, plays a htrong part in this Interesting picture, but some of the darker iurn f life are also portrayed forcefully. So skillfully are the lighter und darker chapters blended, however, that the whole presents a most Interesting story. . Vlulu Dana us Huili Tracers and Fdward K.irle as Jimmy Carter, her guardian, are featured in "The Inno cence of l!uth." The hullo of die ( hriMtun church will hue u spring sale of ivadv-ina.lc gaimcntH for whhcu ami rhihlrrii; lionie cooking, Ioiikh'Iiiw, UUJ i-( Central. Mrery and saddle liorsea. tied I Urn. Hudson All tlie lm,ldciijnotHo fcay tcrribli events, are, pcrfoytly possible even if somewhat Improbable, for Mr. Dlack- ton lias laid on his colors with a lav ish hand and made them tremendous ly impressive. It begins with a photo picture of a lecture by Hiram Maxim on tho lack of military and naval pro tection in this country and in this scene the story also begins. A typical young American, John Harrison, is one of the listeners and is so Im pressed by the truth of the speaker's statements that he tells his friends and family what he lias heard. They scoff at his Ideas, especially the fath er of his sweetheart, a railway mag nate. There are foreign spies at work who advocate peace at any price, and meetings are Ic ld in which the white dove is conspicuous. All the time the enemies of the nation are plotting und finally, with scarcely a moment's warning, a foreign fleet appears off New York and without further pre liminaries begins to 'bombard the city. The troops aro landed. The railroad mugnato h allot as a sniper and tho young man is also wounded. The In vading hosts destroy private proper ty, outrage women and pi Huge and slaughter relentlessly. Boston Post. This wonderful photoplay is sched uled for three days at the Crystal theater Sunday, Monday and day. Admission- Adults, 2( children, li cent. GRIMSHAW'S Second and Central Where Quality Is Foremost Candy, Lunch and Ice Cream m duty of Americans with red hliwl in their veim. to ice ItVii M IMfe MThe Battle Cry is of Peace This call to arms against war it an inspired revelation j written by J. Stuart Blackton fi an1 rtvwJn rrl linfjrr hlS perional supervision. BUY THIS BlUXD OP "TELMO" CANNED OOODS AND YOTJ HAVE TIIK BEST Tues-cents; BIRTH CONTROL . The National league lecture on "Birth Control" will be given Satur day night, W. O, W. hall. For adults, both sexes, married or single. Tick ets from Y. W- C. A. members- Books at Matson'H. Automobile Bargains 1916 Dodge 5-passehger touring, guaranteed in good condition, $700. Light Studebiiker "20" truck, ideal car for a gardener, $350. .U.r.l'Ql'RltqcK MOTOIl CO., Phone 77. O o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o io o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o Q o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Crystal PAY. CASH-SAVE MONEY THOXK YOCIt OILDKHS IN Sr, soLicmms. au, goois DEUVEniO). ? PHONE 624 13 Lbs. Beet Sugar, To day $1.00 Fresh Eggs, doz 25c Best 35c Pkg. White Corn Meal, Today 25c Good Breakfast 1 Bacon, ' ! lb 20c lvmpton's Daisy 1'eas, can,: ,j linpson's Primrose Peas, can ,, ,u ;KmKn's Columbine l'eus, cuu.. .11 i Kmpsou'fl String Beans, can n j Standard Corn, 3 cans jj I Standard Peas, 3 cans j j Tomatoes, 3 2-lb. cans : ,jj 1 3 caiw Salmon 5 '7 cans Kngle (Vnutenseil Milk flot ; Halter Baker's Chocolate, 1 lb., .U 1 Kcllogs'a Com Flake ui I Shredded Wheat BlaculU ) Pancake I lour, pkg ,p) Purfed i:ice 14 Puffed Wheat 11 Black-eyeil ivas, 3 Hto Old-fashioned sKvl-cut Owta. I pkg. 20c; 2 for J5 (Post Toast les , OH 3 larg-e Ihjxcw Matches 10 NEW GOODS-NEW PRICES CASH ONLY PRANK TROTTER 116 WEST GOLD Painting and Paperhanging i PHOXIJ 1817 o VANDKRSYIT & LANCASTER Theatre SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY APRIL 23-24-25 ' TWICE DAILY MATIXKKS AT 2:3n SHAKP NKilliX AT 8:15 SU.MIP Important bi: IV YOI U SKATS W1EN I'KTl'KE ST A I ITS. NINE REELS 33,000 PEOPLE 5,000 HORSES I'OltlvMOST MEN OF AM Kit IC Y APPKAIt IN THIS SPECTACLE. SHOWN EYEUYWIIEltK AT $1 OK MOUE AD.MIS.slON. PRICES HERE SPECIAL: Adults 25c Children 15c OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o Ol o o o i o o o ' S! s! o o o 0 o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o. o o o o o o o o FREE! FREE! FREE! 1 L 1 c 1 BIG BREAD, CONTEST TOMORROW AT THE "RED STAR" COOKING SCHOOL, 117 SOUTH SECOND ST. Best loaf made from "Red Star" flour wins 50-lb. sack; second best, 25-lb. sack. Bring bread in by 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon and let Miss Hewey tell you the vital points in bread-makina. If you don't use "Red Star" now, come and get a baking sample. TWO YEARS OLD Ever-Blooming Rose Plants 25c EACH $2.50 PER DOZEN Honeysuckles, Iioston and English Ivy, Dahlias, Canna", Geraniums, Betiding; Plants. Write Us for Price. List BYRON HENRY IVES, Florist Ailnuuierque. - - - ... . Phone 732 HOME entry's isgs." 33 ornts. Jaffa, .Mnlny m Hawkins. !I5 SALE PI.DI;itEn BOH TO Tl ItltlCK PI PPII.S, $20 TO MO, lis WEST LEVD. BAkKUY ITIIC BASES A TIU'CK. M. Wtrth nan Just purchased a j handsome Studcbaker parcel delivery: Trtrnble'f 'truck, owing to tha Increase of his' business belter facilities for delivery j were made necessary. He purchased ; one of the finest delivery cars on the j market, which will insure more ! prompt service than ever before. ! Sold by LET US SEND A MAN To Iteplace That Broken Window Gin ALBCQCEHOCE IXMBKU COMPANY Phone 421 423 X. First ; How About a Nice Navajo Indian Rug? YOU CAN SAVE FROM 25 TO 40 I'EIt CENT BY DEALING WTTIt OH NOTWXVS riiEAsI":, TO s,l(nv VOU WHETHER YOP Bl- The Bennett Indian Trading Co. 4th and Gold Are. Opposite tlie Postoffiee and Commercial Club. NEW STATE HOTEL Eirt-clas rooui.. niwr ST. rUOXE 4 M viitit intrri: mm sa. llair. dnetm. nisnicurlng. facial and scalp treat mem, for ludiea exdu Mvety. , St'ilclt your trnUe. Siera block, ru.hn, ii sua J7.-( k WANTED Small keep, l'hoiip 1: sot oej. i,f books to BEBBER, OPTICIAN , Citizens Bank Bldg. Or. i p. H. Conner : ifOataojath' : , Office itsrndj, I'hooM 151, III POLL TAX Tlie ionrta will Ih skid to assl.st hi i be -olle-ttO ,,f n Tax hi tlie near fat tiro. 1'hoso wl.o wish to moid the addition, al es-n of i-mrt costs sliouhl wy Uie lax prompilv. Tills Is MKiiiiily ilic la si laitice. Clerk Buant of Education PRINTING ALIiRIGUT XREHSOX LiitQcriwrB BIN D I N G Gallup Lnmp Ml m m flallnp "oW OrrUlo- Lump tlalHl 103.1 0 CerrllM FnOXE 91 . AVnTRACTTE, ALL SIZES: STEAM COAL Ceke, Mill Wood, Factor-' WotaL Cord Wood, Native Klndllnf, Wt