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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday, May 20, 1918.
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r'RFSrKNT HARDWARE CO. GEORGE shaw cook
.KLSCfc-INl MAKUWAKL W 0N CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
-ue. Hamies. House rurnHliiiiir (iooan, tuner, rooia, iron npe, n
and ruling, Plunbtngi Beating, its ami IXippet Work.
81 W. CENTRAL ui ! MCPHOHi SIB
mi no tin: man MornKWTVFj nnm on
Boss Flour
in i m -t
I If I V GET Till: BENT RESULTS
i THE ORIGINAL
NASHVILLE STUDENTS
SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT CRYSTAL TONIGHT
I Ol 111 I I (f.l i:H-oi. i
"FOUR ROSES
llll cillU-l HIIMOV IN PIIVIIY
9 J
I G1ACOMELLI A lUtos 17 North M si.
PRONE mm
BONO-CONNELL SHEEP AND WOOL COMPANY
DEALERS IN SHEEP AND WOOL
Albngnerqaa, Of dm KM Weal Gold A VMM,
I AT Y R I Cl
I -.....V M M U,jr...... .V.'
hein
TODAY-TOMORROW
Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne in
MAN AND HIS SOUL
M. 11,, I I it - - In l,- Hod.
METRO-DREW COMEDY
One lt, I Willi Mr. unit Mr- Milne) llrivv.
1 Mil: itl HHOWW1 IHI 8:80, Si90, 11:80, BtOO I BtM p, m.
BERRIES
t li' Mlil have ii 111 rt:r Ship
mini of nil Mini-.
SI I II III I I I
Itii-phrn'io-
Ml,
I Or
ru Mi li n New I I'll
i i Mexico Wen Beets, -
II), 15c-
Ni h potatoea, ii iii. Btr
llrll III Im ' l -. ."n mill L' Inl' I.V
. vv I "iiiiiliii -, 2 Ills, ilv
Bermuda Otilonn, i n- Mc
Longntoui mill Booktrretln
RMlrr, 2 Hi-. ggc
WARD'S STORt
rtOMl H li u iti. mi
:i i.i Mm til' i Itiunqs
MARKETS
Hit MM Itl I I s Itl A II W.
Si w fork. May
tomorrow will any;
Activity l ciill ih
hit in practically nil
Industrial channels,
'old ahead' typifies
buttress most lines
It In probable I Inn in
new business hag r
Alhuiueriuc I'hristian n'"'i" ' rto-J For over thirty years the Nashville
fii iy baa engaged George Shaw Cook, Student and Jubilee Minstrels bare
C. h. it., of Chicago, Illinois, ok mi i in, ti tourinif the country, They have
or tiic ui of Uotur"blp of Tha'aJwaya hen d tor the meril ol
Mother Chujrch, Tin- llrl Church of their performance i' is no sxaasr
Christ, Scientist, in Uoston, atassa-atlon t() aaaeri thai the nam Nash
I'huarttM, to deliver l free lecture Onjville students It a common houiie
Christian Science in tin- hjkIi School word to ,i per cent of Amur
Auditorium, Sunday afternoon, Mayi m
list, hi :t o'doi it.
Such lectures nre presented under
the auspices of Chrlatlan church aa
and societies from time to tune all
,,i i i ilie cl lllsed world.
At ii recent lecture in ti n innate,
England, Dr. Walter Wtkltna of
Miini'in-ter, presided, and according
to the report In the Christian Bcienta
Sentinel, used tin- following wolds In
Introducing the lecturer:
new revi int ion has come to this
iif,i . To sick and sorrowing human
itv Christian Science holds tml a
message of hope. Before accepting
t In Istlan Science, nenrly twent) veura
ot m life were client In tin study
and practice of nwdltlne, and i
-in, niii lie iorr, in acknowledge lion
frequentl; conditions of disease reach
ed a crisis when nil Hi'. tneilieal
knowledge of We human mind was
SJg In the practice "I meill
gfhan certain physical gyniinonm
arise 'i' nth i betlsvod to he Inevlta
j hie, the niedlcal gtfowltdge of the
I human mind is heJplaaa, and help can
I in found only in the understanding
(if that Mind "which was atao In Chrlt
ipeilM " lean fanllisi, The snow ih clean and i
1 Tin- marvelous healing by Chrlatlan refraahittg. The name signifies wnal
I gcience of whal tyere ofherwlaa Incur-Mey nre - intelligent n-itro collega
able egsae in my medical praeth e (if- onyH ou uin near tne oia-ttme
I teen yearn bko, made me study this I darky conKs as only the negro can
I Sclenoe, and an I read the teit-boolt, jalng thim. This time they ate head-
"SClehCS and Health with Key to the lad hy ThOtnaa llnrriy anil Bid Tnlliver,
i Scriptures" by Mrs, Kddy. I saw that; who are claimed to have made I mule
' rhristlan BoleJICS is tile truth, Knd lSUgh, besides sinttinir ami danetAg,
thai it Is the Understanding of this lilts novelty line will be headed hy
I troth which bssls, It hsals today I Coy Herndon, the world's greataal
las li healed hi the days of the Ifwter.JbOop roller, The Nashville Students
land as It nlways will heal, because It I carry a brass band that will i;ie
Ih the understanding that is a "well- .two concerts hi your city, under dl-
iirlnn Of life unto him that hath It." I rSCtlons f Professor freels, feiitur-
Since ceasing to practlas medicine fling Harry .Washington in s tronvbonb
have hail many '.cars' experience of I solo, pon't fail in see the Nashville
the healing power of this new vet old IBtudents or yen will regrel it. At the
understanding of the Christ, and have JCryetal theater tonight ami Sunday,
II manner of oweaw neaieu. Mbj 20 anil El,
Cook, who win lecture on
Uradstresf. Chrtattaa LLZZ FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN
dominant rent-1 3 o'clock, is dul cualMled ti speak
immsrclaJ and) with authority upon this subject, The
mi the phrase ) public Is cordially invited to bs
nndltlons 'ha' present,
' ' THE WOMAN IN "47
TO BE SEEN TODAY
ii is evident I cirii v at nAcnmr
UI1L I l TMO I !!!.
m
Mem
(ioins-Out-Business
SALE
I have .'i few of tlie latest
sii'iii am! sutlWhrr h;in.'S
ii'il vet di.-i sfl tf, and as
I am ani: tis to retire from
business these jjh1s can Ik
purchased today and all of
ncxl week at
COST AND LESS
THAN COST
Set- Me Don't Delaj
Mrs. S. J. Bonnall
1 i 4 South Fourth
CRYSTAL THEATER
Tonight and Tomorrow Night
CULLIGAN'S
Nashville Students and
Jubilee Minstrels
i.i. st.VH i:vn:in ii its
Concert in the Evening in
Front of Theater
Si;l 3ate Now on at Mulson'- Hook Store
Lower Floor. . .75c and 50c
Balcony 25c and 50c
Honologkg
Te .Man W,,,
About Him..
WASHlN(iTO wi.
I Kl l i s "
Musical Act
Introduetoc a y
of Musi.;, ,n.1H
strumenti
1 WSHVIUiB
STirrEXT8 vim
Ol Mill In
in the Very Latea ar
POPUlar iiriim
TOM MAitiiis
Soft Shoe and Acr
hatie Dancer.
COV BEttNDog
Hooprollsr
ii. , . , ,,
rue mil ins Ureate
v 1 omroiier
AND BEVERLY BAYNE
NOW AT THE LYRIC
TODAY
J Si v I'ea-. Ill IOC
ii e Beana, fl lbs IBc
i w Turntps, 3 boAcfaeli . ,lBe
,1 e Carrots, l bunches . i"'
11 New Beets, 2 hum lies lor
i , Tomatoes, in 20c
i Vcv Potatocn, it in-. SBe
j OraM' I roii. 10c stse, :t for SSc
1 1 sii'iiu ben ii -. bos 0c
' 1 Blackberries, box iu-
Kospbi . box IUe
1 1 I ogaiibcnics. box i m
J i berries, in. .-,
, i an ta loupes, 2 tor . . . 25c
1 iinm'- Ptneapulo, ZOe ivns ISe
I "eap. 1 lake hlte, rystai
11 While, Pearl White, 7
Unit while buyers of essential staphs!
are still eoneerneil ahmit prnhahle fu
ture supplies, the) are purchaslhgl Ons of the inojl remarkabli 1
more slowly, rust to Runni asainst ; inanias ever presented 1 ' 1 lovert
loading up ion hegvtly with stocks, the screened play is 'The Worm
ami secondly, they are (toping that j' it," which hi at the Pastims Hi
nrhes win recede. This streak of I today only, 11 tells ths story
ennsurvatlsm, running, as it does, like j young Italian girl who, to sacnpi
Stronp: Brothers
Undertakers
PVOMTT BEKVU E. PITOWH
75. ITRONa til K.. COITBR
AMI BKU Ni
LOCAL ITEMS
Or l. ftT KH EST
Cerpet 1 h.m
Adjustments
Nn expense f
Auto 1 ampany,
Qeorie G Ti
I Hi te,,
attend!
eonv rnl
tin neil
The next attraction tn the Metro
program is "Alan ami His Soul." a
pretentious feature in which Fian
i'iH X. HuHhmnii ami Beverh Bayne,
il.iinihml iiellMtv. anil il Is evident nsit V AT nAPTIMC (h ri.reii.or of sereen artists ;ir.
en In the tetlar rolea, This mar
lous Metro wonderpluy, which was
o, lin ed hy tile Quallt) Pictures eor
iration. will b shown here al I he
,iit- theater today ami tomorrow
It promlneij In he the. ,sensit ion of
1 1 season, as II Is easily the heat
oductton in ivhieii these two nota-
a thin line through an otffsrwtae e'! tyranny of a cruel uncle snd to many gtars have appeared, ami a crown
I'sptlonally live sltuaUon, is also dstlher lover, comes to America, beeomesltng achievement for .Metro, a com
10 growing discussions regarding the victim of the plolUngs ami ma- ,,.in. shleh Is setting a pace for high
prices having reached icntth point, tp lohtnatlonsof some upscrupulous men, I standards,
perslsteni talk "f peace in Europe, tdjhul finally in- happiness ami peace.) Mr. Bushman ami Miss Bayne are
the desirability of predicating further i A,llce Brady, the heroine or the place j surrounded bj an exceptionally capa
moves on crop promises, in sotrp. r-1 jM on,, 0r 1),,, mos widely ami best i hie cast, Including Helen Dunbur,
specie to ths failure of retail ir.nle 10 nown of American sen 1 11 aims. Iierj Grace Valentlpe, Edward itrcnnan.
move freely, an incident of cold, rainy i anpearsnce in "The Back!' and other I Charles 11. pfmee, John Davidson ami
ml to indications or tne un-'niin successes giving the assure nee of other notabla stage ami screen
mln on supplies of seml-fln-l, forceful, vivid handling of the ex-1 players.
I. W e, hi . btttk cleaHnga. ItrSmeln difficult rot,, which falls to
" her lot in The Women m '47." The Gootry'
scenes range from a Utile roauinn .mini. .uimj unu nasiu-.
tavern In Italy, through the squalid 1
i 1 in I 1 11 ol 111.' Italian seelion of 111 gMMi BBBMBB
irreat city, : luxuriously appointed
home, where everything that wealth
ean ask for Is ranted, a fnshlonahle 1
shop, one of New York's prominent 1
hoU'is, ami other interesting: places, to j
riu- Association of Wool Exporters to "e nnoi n ippy enmns. imm
, ....... ,11,. ..,,i 1 and her lov er are united. The Ura
ls now Officially re, ounlzed to ll
trinli di 1 i.i 1 1 111 1 -n t of the war otl'iei
whnn nnnfrmnCM ire In progress everv detail thai t flashed on
with fn hope "f getting the embargo jswreen, The complications which fot-.
on ths exports "f certain eool lifted.' low 'he repulse bj the heroine of a j
mini who attempts to assault her
m.u TOHK mum 1 MARKET. make a combination which cannot
full to hold those who see It spell- i
t vv fori May It. Meroanllle 0-l hound hy its uripplPK force. The I
pari per cent. aktultabla Is to he congratulated on 1
Bar sliver- 78 Hi Mivis noteworthy addition to it ui-!
Mexicnn dollars .'i1.., ready long list of SUCCeSSSS,
special Meats:
Uebrian Bares, Broilers, lien-,
'.iiioh-. DuckS,
Por your ptenlc hntebes we
have Omkcd Meats, Deviled ami 2
I'oiiiil Meals, minuner Hauaaic
's. Cheese, Pickles, OUvea, In
lin t, cverytldtlg reaitl to make
op an appetising ainl satbifylng
picnic ur Dutch lunch all read
in serve.
If IT'
1. 01 11 1 TO EAT WE
IIAVE IT."
204 Wee 1 central. Ptmne IM
TODAY ONLY
ALICE BRADY
The star of Man) Big ami Important screen Productions in a Vim.
derfull) Impressive Photo Drama Entitled
The Woman in 47
Teuton' of the Equitable I'rogram in Which die Temptatkav
Htruggle, ami Unai Bapfttneas ami Recovery or Her i-i t.rnunii
by a ouiitt inunlgrani ih At Shown wuii a Wealth of (tripplai
Hear) Interest.
TIME OF hllts 1. StOS'i B:10, I.U
.'U, ti:
!tl. HtSft, :I.V
VDMlssioX -M)l l,TS 10 CEXT8 CHlLDItEX CEXT8
seeeeeeeeeeesssesseeeee'!i.nettMMtttt
weather
Ini i in
it imii i wool i cnojf.
London, May l:i. - The wool market
is Strolls and uiarins, t ap. of Qood!
Hope and Natal greasy ami fine orogs
bredi arc :, to id per ceni higher lhanj
at Hi.' ulOS( of the last sales Supplies
are short and the demand Is Keen.;
:tn cents, sold by
Wedding Breakfast
Coffee
t.ivo VoUT Polks a llriak-
Vour loiks
fn-i Treat,
imStlo Interest is intense throughout.
mi compels tin- closest attention to
the
LET US SEND A MAN
To Replace Thai Broken window
ntasi
A LIU QTJERQITE LCMKKR
OOMPAXY
Phone 121 123 N. First
Your
Sunday Dinner!
Mill He Incomplete uittiout
Sonic of One Cake.
FOR Ton vv WE il E:
Sunshine Cake
Mocha take
ChooolaU ltil
Puffer aki
1 1 1 pi n ', I ream Puffs
Crista rd Cream Puffs
Raspbevrj Turnot era
tnicelfood
( hocolatc Potato ake
BREAD BOLLS PIES
PAPPFS BAKERY
222 Mouth Second. Phone u-;
Skinner's Grocery
(.' .T L( IUPES rfEAD LETTUCE
LjOGANBEItES srMMI'R SQVAiSfl
RASPBERRIES T( )M.T( H'.S
STk' AWT.KUKIKS 6REEN IWvWS
HI VCKBERRIES TELEPHONE PEAS
GOOSEBERRIES aa'Mi.Kks
New l"t of New Potatoes, 6 lbs 25e
Welch's Grape Juice Phil U5 Ouart 45r
Tr a sitk- of Colonial Bacon, per Ife 20r
M una ivh I 'reserves in l-oz. jars 25c
Bismarck Preserves in full uuurts 35c
J. A. Skinner
Phones 60 and 61 205 S. First St
urn bonds
bonds H
ia!is-Slea
cent.
trill spend i he sum -1
Boswell, St . "f :n 1 !
.i-
M v MIICU Ml r h M iRKl I
Kew York Mai lt.-Oopper BH
irolylje, nearby nominal. August u
later. $ ' It. 00 (fi 30.00.
Iron Steady and unchanged,
Metal exchange ipiotes tin qui
i muck COTTOX
New ,n k. Mav U gpO I i
del Middling uplands, 13
Sal. S, LB00 hales
Kss cm t. RAIN
laiml Compani i Ilea Papers,
ttanta Fe, May it. Incorporation
1 papers were filed hy the RooltngtOn
band oompan) of Wagon Mound, .1
W, llesselden, statutory agent, The
I capitalisation is S5000, of which
I J2.H00 Is paid up. The incorporators
and directors are; Qeorge RoallOg
inn. Albuquerque, g l.soo: ,i. i: (Jul-
liar and J. W Hesseldetl, of WtgOn
Mound, each $ 1 UP.
BUT TIMS BRAND OF
"TELMO"
OANXED liooits AND YOC
HAVE THE BEST
Painting and Paperhanging
PHONE 1817
VAXDPRSYIT LANCASTER
Automobile and Carriage I
PAINTING
MONOGRAMS
B.F. MONAHAN
North 1'iist Street. Plionn 1J
Dance), Coloasbo hull. Booster
Pree-piece Union orcbeatra. Tonight
start tt o'clock.
va. .' red. II. tot
July, $1 im
Henry hauls baggage and X
I other tings. Phone 939.
i
I'm milk, cream, or hiitti i mill.. 1
I can Htroup i 'nt ui. Phono IMI M
DoBver made before breakfast
1. Her.-, .,r Hoi
nn'1'i at Hliikiin
o'eto i, thin mor
funeral of tin- i
Cnulk.
Prank 9 .h i at
a Jooea, preside
il ., Sell, ml of Mil
querqoi lam nisi
where he h n ret
course in phs i ins
In this t) he wi
fn, damaged
cloth. - i . i .
at the home of K
oiium or Ha
lear nod ii .
tra Bn i 1
tlllKUISher litld a
Jei au.i '
.-.I Wnrn
Dr. C. H. Conner
ftatsmnath
Offh-a Htem HhIr Phones 166, 126 t
hotel'craige
B
THEATER
BKfT ie snow rr
TUB STATE
I'll I t HI s i ll tNOB
RVKSS HAY
TODAY
Snappy
Spring Shoes
dtr now lines (H i)nui and NiinmiT I " -t c.tr tut
n something more than just shoes.
Extra With llegalr Program
PLOT AND COUNTERPLOT
In Multiple Reels, Willi JANE HAIL ami MATT MOORE.
MYRTLE, THE MANICUKiST
VltarTapli I liii'i'-rci i Corned) Peatnring JcweU limit.
THE RECORD RUN
One of the Rasards ,. llcli n.
r v. -pi.
skari a
I oliiintio hull
I 1 1 ii in oechcutrs.
Convenient tor itaiimaii i. .
Rooster rirst-i in-.s Itfinms
Dwight. I ttumm M 1 1 M c, West Mher
oeooeeeeoeeoee
I .i ...,tv iri-rvi i n Kone.
BEBBF.R, OPTICIAN " T -.1711 ,k.i
, , Ol J j wj ....
v iticns oanK mug.
DIAMONDS
i 1 1 II I III llll V M I
NCRIBI Its
si it-
will make your hens lay.
Schwartzman & With.
Herboth paints signs, houses
and decorates. Phone 1495J
SPRINGER
Does the Business
WHY? J
ataai a s i. . i ii vii
, t lll l in I ' I 'is eTI'
si pi nt i; si-itiM.s
v ' ' - '"" l.i'Bies P.iMofrice a. oi. for inf-ir-
hlng Pi id hate madi their mst mmi,,,, plume . or call at U Weal
whl was "ei payable silver, r. Roimro.
, i..' if ,..i h.ivc evorlooked pav-
fir; fvrhtApntkor A Rnwpr
OHTHOPATH8.
N i Xiiiili., I -.1.1 rh. -ii.- Ti.
' w'r v nln Hi. IMS-ITS.
( t; M. Mil. I. I.N .
Tesldenl Hoard ef Wreetom Itesil MM Journal ClnMlftMl OolHMh
llll at the Asaovutn.ii
budding will he op,"
bulldlax.
until s
AUCTION SALE
AT 311 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE, THIS
EVENING AT 7:30 O'CLOCK
Consisting til ihc I m ni-inm;- tor a Plvernom Modean Rtstdenoev
mui I- In Pari, a- PoBoWs:
One 01 range, two velvet ruas !' x i j . .on. rug 8xS, Htvera small
inirx. mahotrutiy and oak chairs. I.Vuil Winaor fH mattress, hods.
sprii.;r. mattresses, hall tree f solid oak. fancy lihrarv chair,
ineillcine cabinet, wicker rm'ker, stool, chaira etc,, and man cook-
J. L. GOBER, Auctioneer
0e. yo
li W'c nffor v,, il. Lai .! i ..ii. ;,, rfliahh I
i . - . . i, , , , ' 'V - L I I I. WW I - , IIC .-I I I V ' I I . II. 1 - n
i I footweaf, Every pair has the fn. the style an. I the tvstf j
i that make od slipes,
ti jj Hi. nil .in.! low shoes of Patent Colt. Gun Metal, U" I
j n Kid, Call. Reignskiti en- Camas. The -man English lHV I
i If toe ami the more conservative styles. Spine arc made witn I
' rubbet soles and heels. Then we have the extra high l I
, I. mi- id n'liite im, grey.
j.lj VV'eatf our -hues just onqe and then you will fully alv I
Si appj Spi ng g , , , $2.50 I ?Ti.O0 j
! j) Sua pi ? Slines f i ten $1.75 l .S5.00
! Snaw S, , Shoes i B. li Girls , .f 1.25
l Snappy Spring Shoes for I 'aim - oOe in $1.50 I
It's merely a matter of price. Select the shoes at W I
j ricie you ivish i pay ami ym ivilj ct the best -h..c value
I that the price h ill buy anvwhert
JJj 3teEST CtNTRAL AVEi
nallap S"."
rlllos bo'"
oerriAo. i'.i.'mp Hahn Coal Co. c2
PRONE tl
ANTHRACITE, ALL SIZES; STEAM COAL
t'oke. nii Wood, factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Kindling.
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