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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, May 21, 1916.
Thousands of Yards of the Prettiest Wash Weaves That Have Come to Albuquerque This Season Are Out at Temptingly Low Prices for This Week-See Window Display ? t I Li n r4- I r ff -. v Fast Color Ginghams Y T Shirtings, Navy Blues, Cadet Amoskeag Staple Apron Y T ? t y ? Blues, Greys and Black with Ginghams, all size checks in - i fast colors, 27 inches wide, spe cial White Figures. Standard goods, At no tune this season have the Economist wash poods Mocks ban so complete, so varied or have thev included such an ar ray of merchandise as will be found in this event of eventson Monday and balance of the week. Miles and miles of daiutv fab rics, sheer, crisp, new, beautiful, from flimsy textures to more sturdy cloths. They ranpe in a variety of weaves and qualities that is marvelous. Every woman should take advantage of The Economist wash poods' otl'critips Monday and secure materials for all the summer creations that must be planned for. " V fast colors, at ' 6c Yard f . ; X SPECIAL NO. 1 8c Yard Consists of 27-inch figured and print $t ed Lawns and 36-inch printed Lace Voiles. Alxntt 50 pieces to choose from. t T y f a i t SPECIAL 10c YARD SPECIAL NO. 2 Consists of 30-iuch printed Dimity and 40-inch Awiiinp Striped Voiles, assorted colorings. SPECIAL 15c YARD SPECIAL NO. 6 a -i f -: r: t v,oiisiis ui ju-mui jvaiince j.nien. Co - Y ors of Ulues and rinks and H hue and Xat y ural Color Linens. These are all fast Y colors. X SPECIAL 59c YARD SPECIAL NO. 3 Consists of over 100 pieces white Dim ity, Polka Dot Silk. 40-inch printed and Lace Voile and 40 inch printed Crepe de Chine. Assorted colorings. SPECIAL 19c YARD SPECIAL NO. 4 Consists of a hip line of White Skirt ings, Gabardine. l'ique, Awninp Stripe Voile 40-inch wide, 40-inch printed Organ die and 40-inch Woven and Plaid Voiles. SPECIAL 25c YARD In putting on this sale we desire to impress the public that the goods are our regular high grade mer chandise. Nothing has been bought specially for this sale. No job lots, no seconds and no mill ends that cannot be sold in any other way or that cannot be guaranteed as to colors. We therefore urge you to buy of the goods you need as later shipments cannot be dyed with German dyes as the sup plies are used up. So we urge you to buy your Summer Wash Fabrics NOW. $ Pink Batiste Lingerie Night Gowns and Envelope Chemise at $1.29 consisting of hand smocked, hemstitched, briar stitched, tucked, batiste casing for ribbons and yokes of flowered organdies. Spe cial values for this sale $1.29 Some thing New for Child'n Barred Nainsook Union Suits, made like illustration with but tons for hose sup- Something New IJcrs. la W.i.t Unioa Suit. A11 S,XCS Nainsook Under-Alls 2 t0 12 On md Off ia . Jiffy years. Ktal Lomfort for Hut Cf Weathtr OVC ea. Rubens Vests and Diaper Pants for Infants and Children Sizes 1 to 6 years. Regular values arc 35c to 05c, accord ing to size. Special price to close, choice 25c each Women's Union Suits Just received another ship ment of women's Knit Union Suits in low necl;, sleeveless umbrella lace trimmed, or cuff knee, tape edge or lace trim med yoke. Special for this sale 39c each Women's Silk Hose A salesman's sample line of Silk Stockings, Kichelieu rib bed, also fancy boots and fancy clockings, worth in the regu lar way $1.50 a pair. While these last, choose at 98c pair SPECIAL NO. 7 Consists of 36-inch fast color Avvn- Children's Romp ers and Creepers Ages 0 months to 8 years. Made of guaranteed Amos- keag Ginghams in solid colors of pink and blues, also checks and stripes. Special 48c pair Chamoisette Gloves 36-inch Percale FAST COLORS, IN BOTH LIGHT AND DARK COLORS Special 10c Yard Mail Orders Given Prompt and Careful Attention The Best C ood x for the Price Ko Matter What the Price Free Delivery Out of Town by Insured Fa reels Post Amoskeag Dress Ginghams 32-inch Wide, Fast Colors in Solids, Checks, l'laids and Dress Styles. Special 10c Yard SPECIAL NO. 5 a Consists of imported 40-inch Chiffon Y I.isse. 36-inch F.mhroidered Crepe, 40-inch Y printed Silk Mulls and Fancy Figured V III J&M unite Mxirttngs. SPECIAL 49c YARD Y X Y ing Stripe Gahardine and Satin Stripe A Voile. All fast colors. SPECIAL 79c YARD Y Y ? Y Y j Y Y t Y Women's Chainoisette Gloves, 2-button clasps, also 16-button w lengths, colors natural and" 'lite. Kayser brand, our reg ular 50c and 75c grade, spe cial 39c pair sun FEjocitiy tpilainod at dinner on Saturday cven ink' in honor of Miss Irene Hunter, of Klverslde, Cut., a houBe guest of their dat'Khtcr, Mrs. William J, liarher. Covers wore laid for ten. Mrs. Frank E. Andrews gave a luncheon Saturday afternoon, the guests numbering fifteen. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews ami children will take ' ' i. up tneir residence In Alhuoueroiie on June l, Mr. Andrews finding Albmiuer mo a more convenient center for re forest reserve work. Misses Wienlge and Tingley on Sat urday afternoon entertained a score of their friends at the Wlentge home. A luncheon was served. -Mr. i.nd Mrs. Ievl A. Hughes were ,h . . al"nPr 10 ? nta r door Shakespeare --.(.-! uu, jeia i nt-ia n urtii-i-"Ity. Covers were laid for clfrnt and the fruests were Dr. I!. K. Jleddins, A. M. Kdwards, J. P. Adams, Samuel 11. CartwriKht, K, j. Ward and JO. A. Johnston. Asplund has lioen swinging around the Lincoln and Otero county circle the past week, making three to five j speeches each day at various schools' and at commencement exercises. Col. Hronson Cutting has pone east to visit his mother and sisters in New York and to attend the progressive convention at Chieugo. Land Commissioner and Mrs. H. P.! Krvien ha returned from a visit with their son, John Krvien, and wife in the Ztinl mountains. Pr. and Mrs. Edgar T.. Ilewett were ffiiests of honor at several dinners and other social functions in San Dlegn Thev expect to return to Belen Society COMING AND ;OIV. Chief Justice and Mrs. Clarence J. itoberts are expected to arrive soon for a visit with Mrs. Elizabeth Haft. Justice Itoberts will continue to Chi ap:o to attend the national conven tion, while Mrs. Roberts will remain hf. It is likely that Mrs. Koberts will be guest of hormr at several so lal functions. Las Vegas Optic. Mrs. Kupert F. Asplund will he in ew York next week, attending the Rient meeting of the Women's Fed erated clubs. She has Invitations to a number of social affairs at which the guests of honor will be the state presidents, of whom she Is one, beinff 'he presiding officer of the New Mex ico Federation of Women's clubs. Air. I Santa Ee early in June. I Judge and Mrs. John It. McFie will I arrive from ilallup the latter part of 'next week to remain over Memorial I day. John K. S. Walter, a Santa T-V high I school graduate, now attending college i in I.os Angeles, was one of the cast and also an usher at the great otit-of- fcstiv.il at Holly wood, Cal.. this week. Julius Caesar was rendered before an audience num bering tens of thousands. .Miss Sophie Knapp is home from ni union of several months In San I Francisco and Los Angeles. Her nier-e. i.Miss Helen Knapp, remained in Hol j lywoort, Cal. VV , ir. iluhn, ol iioiiywooo, c;n., is visiting his daughter, Mi's. F. E. Null ing, for several days. Miss Consuelo lUTgere, who has completed, a course In kindergarten work at the University of Chicago, will succeed Mrs. Koberts as kinder garten teacher at Santa Fe. Mrs. Harry F. l.ee has returned from C.alliip, where she attended the funeral of her cousin. Mrs. Fred Ward. Covernor McDonald is home from a trip to his ranch at Carrlzozo. Secretary of Slate Anionio Lucern is home from a visit to the southern part of the state. Rmulta trom Journal Want Adi. SK YOURSJ-XF why the oili er woman's head is more at tractive than yours. Is :t merelv hpr linirdrrssinf. or IS it tae v o' care she takes of it ? . MARGUERITE SOUSA Knuws how to dress your hair bc-cominp-lv. she knows more than that she KNOWS HOW TROVE IT HOW TO IT HEALTHFUL TO IM- XOLRISII IT HOW TO See her about yours, lfcre there is too little left to take care of. FOR LADIES EXCLUSIVELY Ilione 1324. Rooms 16 and 17, Stern B!dg. The leap year dance given by the ladles Wednesday night at (inbel'a theater was one of the most enjoyable affairs of the season, the leap year idea being carried out throughout the entire evening. The ladies called for their escorts, filled out their pro grams, and snw them safely home. Those who danced were Mesdainca Paul Hulled, L. C, liecker, C. U Eakcr, J. 11. Meeker, Jr.; F. A. Delgado, Ethel I.ynn, H. V'. Wetmore, C. P. Klley, Frank Fischer; Misses Frieda Pecker, (luldah Kron.te, Lucie pecker, Stella Ktihn, Elsa. Pecker, Esther l.ln denberger, Dora Finney, Jessie .Mal low and Hula Oouch, of Magdalena; Messrs. Frank Fischer. L. C. liecker, Leo Oee, Kenneth Ulley, Leader V'ell stkk. Sherman Kunkle, Wtn. liecker,, A. M. Humphrey, ,1. P. Meeker, Jr.; Milton Kigney, Hewitt Campbell, I'radley I'nrue, Carl Lelnlenberg. Wm. Warner, Earl Hansen, Fred Faulkner, Win, Ooode, Earl Brown, F. A. 1x1 gado. The recital given by the pupils 't Mrs. Frank Fischer, assisted by MIsr Evelyn Davidson, pianist, on Monday night, was a rare musical treat and greatly appreciated by the largo but select audience who heard them. Mrs. Fischer Is one of the most competent instructors of voice in the southwest and has a. beautiful lyric soprano, though slip did not appear on the pro gram other than as an accompanist, much to the disappointment of her many friends. The program was as follows: "Poses, Roses Everywhere'' (Plng-htunl- Miss Virginia Simmons. "Paby'a Poat" ((iaynor) Mrs. M. Fox. "Clo, Pretty Pose" (Marzials) Miss Henrietta Harbordt and MIkh lluth Zitgler. "Cradle Song" Kate Vannali. "(Jnod-night, Little Oirly flood night' (Maey) Mrs. Oscar Liffrieng. "Join in Please"; lrminle (Jakobow- fdii) Miss Z.iegler, .Mrs. Fox, Mr. Shir, ley Davidson, Mr. Fred Faulkner. "The Year's at the Spring" (I!. H. Pi-.ich); "The Owl" (Liza Lehman) Miss Henrietta Harbordt. "I Know That. My Pcdeenier Liveth'' (from "The Messiah," Handel) Miss Path Ziegler. "oh. Promise Me" (De Koven) Mis Simmons. "Thou Art My Peace" (Schubert Liszt) Miss Evelyn Davidson, Just A-wearyiu' for You" (Pond) Mr. l ied Faulkner. "I.a Oolondrina" fSerradoll) Miss Harbordt and Miss Simmons. 'VV'i'lmung" (Franz): "VVoodlan-l Croon Song" (Cheisjjm) Miss Zieg ler. "The P.osy Morn" (Ronald) Miss Harbordt. "The Parting Hour" (Wright) Mr. Tan Ik tier. "The WaternymphR" (Smart) The Misses Harbordt and Simmons and Mrs. Fox. The members of the Luther league enjoyed a moonlight auto ride out to the foothills Thursday night. Tho big bonfire, steaming hot coffee, sand wiches and cake made the hours pass all too yulckly. Mr .T T. P.eeker. Jr.. and little son returned Sunday from an extended! laid to sleep, Irlp through Texas. Kansas City, Trln-I idad and Ijis Vegas. Prof, and Mrs. M. Fox are spend ing a few days in the mountains, hunt-; lag and fishing. Mrs. Oscar Liffrieng entertained at dinner in her beautifully appointed j country home at Subinal Friday.! Those to enjoy (he true southern plrillty of this charming h Mesdames L. C. Pecker, P :: About Books :: Several new bookH (m municipal HVerniiient are Interesting nowadays when Ibe whole country Is becoming agitated over ways and means of i nihliine- eitii-M in rnnliiiL- In liilsInesH MCt-s weir ,, i,,tu , ,, ol Da hi I met boils, (me of the newest and best -'! 1 I'li-nl.-w i j t.lili if .i " mi rii .i, Mnnle- Frank Fischer. C. P. Riley, J. P. Peck- , .,.,,1-I.MS.-' hl ,vl',,.h H presented er. jr.: .Misses iiicse -,-,.-,, , ,.- , V(. ,.,i.vement.s in munio gmia Mmmons. i-.veiyn I n mson, n n , j ,,,,,, , ,-1 .,,-( during the twentieth .ciier, Hcnrieiui tiaioorm. r-,'',m .calory, based n,o Hie author's per .eiMI'T, J'loienic I 'ril. .Mi'.-'Mn. 1 1 flo eminent, Herman O. James; The Modern City and Jts Problums. Fred erick Howe; The City, the Hope of Democracy, Frederick Howe; Com mission ilovernment In American Cit ies, Mradl'oid; The City Manager, Toul inln; Lower Living Costs in Cltlei", King. ley Davidson, Fred Faulkner. I be party went out m autos. Miss Florence owen, o( Tucson, Ariz., is the house guest of Mrs. Frank : Fischer. Miss lleiiriette Harbordt. teacher of business and languages during the) past year In tin Helen high school, ; has accepted the position of stenog rapher wllh Senators Marlli and Ju bry, of Albuincniue. Thos' who motored to A Ibuipjerii ue Sunday and had Ihrills while cross ing lb,, difficult bridges over the "Sil very Rio eirande" were J. P. P.eeker, Sr.; Mr. and Mr. Ceo. Hoffman. Mot si e and Elmer Lndcrsb-in, in Mr. Meeker's Supci-Hlx, Mr. anil Mrs. J. It. Hooker, Jr ; Mrs. O. L. Eakcr and Mr. Lcadier Vb-lsti.-k, Masters J. P. Meeker ill. and Michael Eakcr. sonal Investlgatioiis. both In tho L'nit ed Slates and in Europe. It discusses j public u'llltlcs, public buMis and Kym- iiafiums, open air .schools, social cen I tors and milk stations; It treats also of tire prcw'iittoti, the paving und san ilalion of streets, the transforiiiatlon of municipal courts into institutions ! for the prevention of crime, the al- ti red Idea, of the duty of tho police : rind the advent of the police-woman. These, and many other new Ideas In oily government and Improvement, nro discussed In an Interesting manner, not the least of which U the commis sion government. Then there Is "The .New Oily (!ov- eriiment." by Henry Mruere, who has been a director of I lie .New York Uu-rr-au of .Municipal Research slncn ts inception, and who presents both an i illuminating discussion of the actual nliel-:lt inn .if eooilnlssiiin eovernmnnt Make Food lx.k ITctty. an(1 (l ,.m.tcal suKgeslive handbook' It is not always realized that the ,,,, n,,. (-hief iiiobb-nis of iminbdpnl way food is served has a great deal j administration. The book Is based lo do vwtli our appreciation of it, upon a imitpie field study made by tha! Color Hellenics often attract the eye m',-1'. fund of the bureau of municipal! and stimulate tho appetite for a dish j rerean.-h of ten cities Ju which com-1 ordinarily refused. One Sunday night , mission governments "have been in op-1 recently a cei tnin housewife had era lion from one to ten years, includ-i some friends for supper, and after-Cahcsjon and Peg Moines. The ward the wife of tho man who had j results of this survey provide the La - j eaten most, heartily of every dish, siH for constructive suggest Ions to- said: "Well, I have a good joke. gnrdlng health work, accounting, laid-i you, John!" Then turning to tier nos-iK,..t making, civil service, pun basing, test Hho said: "Von know ho neverlud other subjects which make up a eals codfish or beets or eggs, and he,!,,,-,. ,Nlit of the book, has eaten fill threo tonight with the 'phe .w City ilovernment" will greatest gusto.'' lit,; interesting to students of goVern- "Well, they looked so pretty Iment, suggestive to workers for effl-l couldn't help eating them," John re-cient gin eminent, and useful to offl plied. iijiils desiring o govern well. Its sag-! The codfish was just plain rreftm- K,.Mtions apply to any municipality, ed. but it was prepared In the imli-j w hetlier rnmmisslijtt governed or not. vidual ramekin dishes, and the ip-li-inf mott fif them''lt may l' said thai cutely browned top was sprinkled they constitute the essential steps In j With parsley. ihe conversion of Incompetent, mls-j Tho salad dish was bedded wllh directed, city government Into an effl - fresh, preen letltico lea'es, on which n, imeiu y of community welfare, i rr-."ted a ring of finely chopped beets. To supplant the old welfare-obstruct-j On the Inner side of this sprays n?,ii ejty government with a new ellyi the tender little inner stalk of celery irovcrn ni cut effectively p.umotlngl were placed, within this a round of the welfare of its citizens. Is one of! the most inspiring and Important t:isk1i now confronting the American peo- Homo niter. A good way to get the rain water that you use for your face quite free from grit and dirt Is as follows: Take a piece of blotting paper and fold It in hall' and then imain giiiWewitys. Draw one corner hack as far as It will go without unfolding, and the hollow formed makes an excellent home manufactured filter that cun l.o used over and over again. In Cnso of Accident. A crushed finger should be plunged Inlo water as hot as can possibly be borne. The application of hot water causes tile nail to c.viaud and isoftcn and tho blood pouring out beneath It has mole room to flow; thus tho pain is lessened. The finger should then be wrapped In a breud-and-wa-ter poultice. A jammed finger should never be liec.b-cted. as It mav lead In mortification. Help fqr Bronchial Trouble and Cough "Foley's Honey mad Tar Compound sots wurs Ilk s fool tbsa a msdlcina." Mr. Will O. Ilichmond, Inglewood, Pahf., says: "I wish to recommend Foley's Honey and Tar Compound us tt has greatly benefitted In a for bronchial trouble slid cough. It acts so ell la harmony with iiatura that It Is mora like a food than a medicine." Foley's Homey und Tar Compound haa a wonderfully quick way of noothlrif and hcillng thn raw tickling surface or tho thrcmt und bronchial tubas. It eases tho tightness ovsr th chest, raises the phlegm easily, and helps tint Muhhorn racking rough that Is eO cx hiiiiHtlng ami weakening. -" " It Is tha best tnedena you can buy. and bettor than anything you can miik, for coughs, cntda, ep.isinodlf croup,, whooping criusli, l.i grippe and bron chial :ougliH, hoarscnnsH, ttckllnsfi throat and ntuffy whee.y brealhlnw. It contains no opiates, and Is in'cepUbls to thn most sensltivo etoniueh. Every nsar la a frUnd. Sold tverywhar. -i.iu jilm. mj jjimaa ft egg yolks, also finely chopped, and in the center the whites, dolled with a few sprigs of watercress." I gly Tars. Outstanding ears are far from beau tiful and are usually the result of careless dressing In babyhood. A thoughtless nurse will put the child's bonnet on without pausing to see it the ears nro perfectly flat nmtlnst the sides of the head, and unless cars Is taken In this respect the ears get all doubled up and protrude In an ugly manner, disfigurement er. If the ears have a wayward tendency to pro trude a bandage should ba tied around the head at night not too tightly, but Just to prevent the ears from doubling over when tho little on Is pie. ol ff row hooks: Applied City How's This? Mi- rffcf On Ilundrvd IHlirt lirrtj for uny em of t ttarrb tbat caoiuit bo cured bj llall I CKtairb Curc- r. t. C1IENRY 4 CO., Toledo, 0. H, thp wndfrnlror!, bai known F. J, fkinav lb. lAii It), ar.rl kallBva him which hnromeU cjnito pmrtprt)y hon.rtti Id all UtaiocMi traimucttMat l lllf f II JUl i;'JW UHI-)lIia UilKJl'-lHIiy UI IU KUTJ uut UUllaiKJUr of a young child "t i pa,. tendency to pro- Tdo. (itio. ' Rail's Catarrh Cure la tatn-s IntrrnulK. a1!n fllrtt.-ilj siod ibf tikKsl aod na'icoua aurfac-a o( tlx tftttw r Taatlranalala ait fre. frlca 74 r-nt par bottle. Sold It all limn lata. Take Half a ttmOt PUla far conetlpatlae. The Wedding Gift For the June Bride A wt'il'linof jrii't should ho flawless -perfect. . It should he c.'UTiiiiiy ana K.'1'soiiany soiracd. Our assortment is now at its best. 1'or suggestion we name: Coffee and Tea Sets Candlesticks Fruit and Salad Bowls Bud Vases Sandwich Trays Hot Roll Baskets Salt and Pepper Sets And Many Others t.' ..i ,i.. . i . . . j.vciv fni umsvii iioiii me wpic as sortment of this store carries uitli it to tlic recipient the assurance that it is the k'st of its kind. S. T.VANN 1 Fine Art Jeweler PHONE 123. 223 WEST CENTRAL