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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, May 21, 1916.
Four Sunday Church Services I 1 WHERE TO WORSHIP TODAY CZZ I IIIM' l'HIHn-Mtn t HI lt II. silver incline iitnl Klfth street. niv hlng. 1 I a. in. und 7:4.'. p in. Ly Itev. John II Hind Hunduy si boot hi (jj a. in. Christian Kndeavor, at 4.'. p. in. Munich I program -Morning . An them, "llrciik Forth liilo Joy'" f .1 -mnsi; offertory, Agnus 1 '" Mm ill. Kvcntiig: Anthem, "IImmii In the Night." (i. It. f iron ii : Utirt mi J hoi-iia. "I Ili-nril the nl ( of .) hhm hay. J. It. Inkes: offertory il.anscrii. Mrs. L". 1.. HruUfoid, iholr director. h'f. .lOH.N'S (lll liai, llev. K. N. ItulliK-k, rector. Fourth Sunday ufter Faster. Holy ( oiiiiiiunlnn, 7 a -in. Sunday school, li.4f a. in. Morning prayer, 11 a. in. Confirmation ciuss, H.'JD p. in, , Funlng prayer, 7; 30 p. m. Friday, Utany and uddrci!t, J J'I p. in. MUST HAITI NT MIMIC 'II. C. T. Taylor, rostor. Corner llroadwuy and I, end avetiua. rniMniiuxe, 806 Kuuth Walter. I'hone lt tin. 'rhr pastor will iii'Hili ut II (i. in. mill 8 p. rn. Morning aulijoct. " lap tint llellefs in ((oil- providence." Kv enlng subject, "Jesus Lifted t'p." Special music Alornillg: "Abide with Me" (Hoffman), Mrs. McUriff; evening, "A wakening "home." Sunday school, ,V, W. licntilng, su perintendent, 9.45 a. in. Sunbeam bund, 2: ill! p. in. Junior H. Y. I'. I'., :t.o p. ni. Kenlor 11. Y. V. V., 7 p. ni. Mission Sunday mliocil. Seventh alreet uti.l 1 o ii ii rn in road, 3 p. tn. 1MM.ICVI.ATC C'ONCKITIOV t lll ltCH. J-iodullty mass, 7 a. in. i niKilctia mass, Is :,') a. in. High niuai and hi run. n, F.vculng aeivlce, J:;iu 10 a. nr. vavlh kvanmucaij i.vni- liHA.V. Silver and Sixth. Edward I. Kchuelcr, Pastor. Hour of aervke, 11 a in. and ":t!i ti. 111. Sermon theineK, "Jesus, or lc rpnlr"; cvciinia, Whul'a In a Name'.'" Sunday chml, 8: 45 a. m. Junior c, K II p. in. Senior i K., 1 p. in. MInk lilg:i Holke leads, topic, "The. HlcpHiiiKg of Pence." l VAXGKljrAl, M TIILHAN I IH IU II. P'-rvicea ar held in th I.lbrnry, corner of kdlth aiiet end Central av rniue, Cutl Kthinldt, panlor Kenldenee, to I Smith HlKh olivet. Chnno iH47. Sunday ai hool, HI a. in. ' licllllilii ervlcen, II ii. m. Htihjeet, "The ConfenKlnir ChllHtlun " i:iiKliHh Neryleip, 7:!l p. m. Snh Jcl, "What Think Ye of fhlidt?" finuliNli aeri'lceg nro eonducted ev ery fir.l nnd third Humliiv of the month In the evening:, ucrmun perv Icea evtry Sunday morning. i i h st n n r; it i :( national cm ut ii. Corner Coal and Broadway. A. Toothnkfr, tnlnlpter, Itealdence 608 Houlu Kdlth afreet. Sunday hrhool, ;3o a. in. I'rearhliiK aervler at 11 a. p. in. Sennonw hv the HuliJi ctM, Tim llrokeii llox nf t(r" and "The Muihih." in. and punter. Alabaa- Lender, Y, V, S. i i;., :4i p. m M!im Kill j Heed. I1HISTIAX MKM'K t III IU II. Christian Science services ale held In the Woman' (dub blilldinu, til 2 V'cst fiold ti eniie, every Sunday I When you buy a Cadillac Eight you cannot do better When you buy any other car you can only hope it is as good as the "Xothin" luit a Catlillac Hides like a (."atlilac" New Mexico Motor Company STATE DISTRIBUTORS X. M. CUDAHAC. Prcsi.Knt. 11. L. (DALLES. Sales Mgr. PHONE 257. 708 WEST CENTRAL ( ni'irninu at 1 1 :'i'l. I Sunday school, tl 4, n in. Wednesday cietiiiiK mi l tiiis, 0". A free rlr'rnliitinn library Including ! nil III,. works of Mary 1 Silver Kddy und' other Hi'thoriJIi',1 t.'hriMtliiti S lelire lit-j eriiluie In iiniintiiliieil In connection with the i ending room i The puhlie In cordially InMleil to t-j tend the Sunday son ices, t In' Wed-, nesdiiv eM iiiiiK nil '- tings and to i the leading room. I lilt ST MimioDI.ST EPISCOPAL i in i: ii. Corner of Lend avenue und South Third direct. Chiiile (iMcar Hirkman, pustor. Mlf IJilith tiorhy, dem ouc."n. Siilijcii of mornliit; Kerinoii. ;il 11, 'The lIoiiiionalilcnciH of the ( 'hrhit ian ! I'll H i 'Ii " ; eMIiiliK. Hllhjcit. at H, "lie lief In the Sc. (mil I'ominir of I'lll iHt. What (inference linen It Make '" A nolo by .Mis. I.i oiiuril Howard both morning and eveiuiiK. A duet by Prof. II. ! Ileuld and Dr. W. W. Dill in the inomiiiK and a. nelei tion by i the cIioi'iih choir at iilt'.bt. I Sunday school, !i:tf. it. in. Special. uiiiHle bv Prof. i;. Stiiiilcy Seder and' Mr. Kaii portcrfleld. j Kpworth LcnKiie nt 7 p. in. ci.XTHAi- a i:i r. mitiiodist.! rsevt to niph Pthool. Jtev. JoKlniii C. Jonep, paator. Sundiiy kcIiooI, !i:4'i u. in. lieorite! Itoildv, Hiipcrinti -inlenl. I Kpwnrth leiiKiie, 0:45 p. m I'l'of 15ienneiiinn, preHtdeni, ! Priver uiccline, Wednesday even- lilK. H lc rn. j Prcai diiiiK pervlcew, 11 a. in and S p. in. MornliiK niilijcrt, "Praver and Aclhllv "; evenlmt Hiilijecl, "The t!ln Of IK'Hel'lloll." SM'i lal muiie a! moriiinu. and e'en-' irn; wrvlccN. ciikisti s ii:m r. in hcii. j Service.x ale held In Die Woman' ; clill) buildintr, fi)2 Went, (iold avenue,. every Sunday mot n I hk at 1 o' Sunday hi IiooI, a: 45 a. tn. Prcuchlrff nt 11 n. in. and Topic of wriiioliH: in..rnliiK, lock. x p. in. "A Dav in the MoiiiitnhiH llli Jchi.h"; "The UoKpel of Olhel'ltnn." Junior Kndeavor. ii p. m evening, Senior i aoelety, I p. III. (looil iiiuIi , with Mr H i m ii hi I n K, choir director The church in located at lirondway. 12a smith i Till; SALVATION A It MY. j 'Oli West Silver avenue. Capi. APd Mra. i. l'.rooki, offlcura , In i h.ii'Ke. ' Henlcea Sunday iiiornniK n II: 00. MeetinkH nlhu on Tue.Hiliiy, Wedne day, Thnifday, t'rldny and Saturday niKhta, at s p. in. All cordially Invited. uttoxmv AV iiitiKTi.w t iu ncir. Prpiieliinvr at II a- m. and 8 p.m. Itandolph Cook, minister, Itepid.nce, 120 South Uroadway; plionea 1SS5 and 1 7T, 8. Sunday Fihool at 9:45 a in. Mr. riearlnk", superlnteiiid lit, YotniB People's tiieeiliiu, C.SO p. m. I AND I 1 l FOR MONDAY TUESDAY Extra value special, a good yard wide black taffeta silk, the best yet, for $1.29 yard. GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY SUMMER FURS WILL FID THIS TEH Even More Modish This Sea son Than Last; Capes 01 Pelerines of Taffeta Also Favored With Voile Frock, ' ,ew l ni K, oa,v -r i 001 i."'ii"ii8 ! Now York court conies the word that. 'Honuner f'MH will be more uiodi.sh 1 li If' year than they were met. I rie nilKe iioa of white fox held the favored tilace InM wuiniiu r, but Ihin neason the dhoprt arc oflerliiK a variety of fur for Kuniincr wear. In Hplle of the appa rent absurdity, a widir noft Ktulc of SpUHl luiincc Drepx. ! mole, mink seal or ermine often proyes a very grateful addition to the sheer Hiiinnier danco frock on seaside j port 1. or hoard walk. While the round, soft fox boa will in all probability i continue to be popular with tailored ! suits and dresses, the. lontf. wide stol" I w ill be mote used for evenini;. A pf- tleuliirly interesting stole of tailless e'liiine. shown In one of the lai'Ke fur shopH, is lined with a stanliim blaek nod lill striped taffeta, while one of moleskin has a vhld orunite llilimc. Here amain is ol'fi led (in effective way lo InU'odine the hrl".hl lilt of color so necessary to the summer costume. 'I ho 1'opiilurlty of idle. Plain, striped, checked, dotted and patterned voiles, in all colors and com bliiatioiiP, are In demand for the cord ed, ruffled, fluffy imperii? frock. Ot course there are voiles and vullea; the true voile wears anil washes well. Ih iih-cr mid dainty, quite as atlraetlve J. f .V mm Am llir iooi rxpeimive roitona. 'ihere Ik a hint lier and there of the return of hand-painted munlin for hloiiHen and dreH.ca, Probably the pleneiled hat HiUfneHiej the Idea, which 1 uaint and pretty, if not exactly practical. All aorta of clever notioim irilKht be worked out by the woman with InKe nioiiH Iniiln and flnuers, hut If the ma terial w re to lie purchased or ordered, the fad might prove rather expensive, Safhen aii( m arfa. however, will carry out the notion with voile und organdy froi kH eery effectively. n wr-Trininiel IIhK Surniner would not be Hummer with', out the flower-decked hat, but the no tion rarely last longer than Kanler. except on the lance picture hat (if Ictrhorn. (rln or hemp, which coin pletex the June bri(lpnmn id' continue, or the Miimmer lieatity'a dainty frock. Thia aeuHon, however, there is it etroim indiration tiiat floweia will play more than their ordinary role in eummel millinery. The medium brimmed, rather miff tailored hat. with its up- 1 ctaiidliiR binnitiet of vari-i olered blos- KomH, so pupular some yearn back, is belnif noticed here and there; one Keen. iiIho, a number of flower tur bans; flower crowna are favored with certain costumea, and wreaths are unite popular. The f lower-pH-w lied huts are very well liked indeed, lllh hon, too, in aniart for trlminlnP. and ostrich, in the form of frinxe and fan-: cleft, in a popular t r I in mlritf. I The Ketlilil of OhIiIcIi IKhim. j The Hauler parade, both on the Miaul walk at Atlantic City and Fifth avenue. New York, whs marked by the colored oHtrich featlier Imiuh which completed- ho effectively the dark; tailored units, donned in accordance with the weather. Marabou Is alsoH iiiile modish for neck pieces. The re vival of the feather boa will be wel comed by many, as It lends a soft, be l omiiiB touch to suit or Kown, and in its new shades, a welcome bit of con trast. These boas, as a rule, are short, I finished at the ends with tassels ot chenille or sua, unci close up ciosciy admit, the throat. j Maline ruches and smart little fan-1 clca of ideated or pinked ribbon are also modish for the tailored suit or j one-piece street frock, tjiinint buckles are oueil liseu eiiocw' ciy iiu i ii'nir, them. i The iUaint little capes, pelerines and similar fancies, of taffeta, faille, i or satin, now leln offered for sum- , mer wear, are other attractive addl- tionM to the summer frock; in all proti ' ability these will be quite an popular as the fur stole or the feather boa, or even a little more favored. They are becoming, quite In keeping with the Juniper I'rock of Taffelii. ,l,'i.u,.u .r (lie mi.inent niiiv easilv 1)0 jfushiiuied at home, and are of course i much less expensive man no. i.ui I lies, eordinus and convcnlionalix.ed tilininliifiS, (pillled, pleuled, pinked or shirred, are used to finish these eapea, ! lending Hllll another old-fashioned j touch. An olKaudy or voile frock will receive an added daintiness in one of these taffeta en pes, ot a shade cor rcspoiidliiK' to or harmoniously on IniHtiiiK' with the dominant color of the dress. Nolhiiiff is of greater Importance I linn the pretty dressing of a charm ing and well-poised head. Hair, for the moment, is neat and not distend ed. There are many smart thiiiKs to catch It up with. Some of quite the latest coiffure ornaments were seen in a very exclusive halrdressinn establish ment the other day, fashioned In clear and ordinary tortoise shell, and in cut steel and jet, and polished to great brilliancy. These are taking the place of Jewels in the evening, and, ot course, the hair has to be kept bril liant and dressed up to the mode of the moment to match them. nv Footwear. Hands and feet are always most im portant. In a certain shop window, where the plove is a cult, the softest, prettiest suede hand coverings are to tie seen. They are vxuuisitely pliable and of colors and shades that seem to purr, so comforting and contenting are they. Always a chic contrast is af forded by a tew trifles In the way of frivolous little ''liandktes" In aome wonderful, quite uncommon aha.de, and a bit of lace or two. Feet are now ho distinctly In evi dence that foot covering is . serious study, and day by day it la goinir on. On hear women aettliiiK what kind of foourear will go beat with a new spring frock. A man said the other day to a pretty ifirl, "Black, my child never put color near your feet al ways Mack, If you value shape and size. Hut best black the very best soinft"." Men are conservative crea tures for their own womankind, but. however bizarre the footeear on those f other men, they find it quite allur ing. There is a shop In Fifth avenue which la difficult to pas without a look. It Is not that there Is a great deal in the window; it la that the thuiKS are so nice, dainty little chif fon collars, the new kind, wlrrd out into polnta like the petal of a flower; dear little posies of spring flowers made ef ribbona the kind cf little ad dition to a dress that gives a woman a nood opinion of, rternelf: pretty thiiiE fashioned of bits of real luce In Ii FEMEMNE FACTS AMID FAMES the (hap of cravat a, and one or twoj I last" EXTENDED TO TOMORROW 1 Winner More interesting, more entertaining, more valuable to every up-to-date housekeeper than a lecture on domes tic science. Scores of your neighbors have seen this demonstration at our store last week and learned how to cut their kitchen work in two. , r After Today -Which Will You Do? Wm Tin wilt end less milrs prrpsM Inr a ad clearing I away after meals. I or Sit down at your work with aO sup-j plies at Angers' ends then iilaLlJ'J li'-li lil Lh,;..i ? I !.: Iveiiienilwr, there are Ifuosiers fur farms, camps fur window spaces, and cd, built-in, unclcanahle cnihuards. The Hoosier is a wonderful kitchen machine that revolutionizes kitchen work. Come, see exactly how it operates see how it excels all other cabinets made. Remember, you need buy this cabinet only once in a lifetime. So that every day wmi delay having; us deliver your 1 lousier you are making yourself do unua'cssory u'ork, waste energy, lime and steps. . j4 $28.85 to $51.00 $1.00 on Delivery $1.00 Weekly No Extra Fees No Interest Money-Back Guarantee The rniinnia-T'aoifle judges awarded the Highest Honor and (lold Medal to lloosicr because of its Superior I'on.struclion and Unrivaled Conven ience. Hooslcr' .Muiker I lour Sifter makes flour fluffy and Hniit: works faster than most sifters; avoids Ki'it or broken wire; can't wear out. Hoosier' llniilile-ActiilK Suar liin is the only bin from which stif;ar can he taken with equal case from top or bottom. It has three times 1 1n- capacity of most bins- These are only two of the many pric-winuiiivr features. Come see t he in all demonstrated at our store tomorrow. 1'leane conic in the niorn fnfv if possible for the crowd on this lust day will tax our facilities. 1 Phone 376 blouses that look as if, should you (live a pout away they would go, so ethereal and dainty are they. Some times, if you look very close, you see a juice, and you are amazed to fine1. It f ir less than you expect. Make I'ood l,ook l'miy. It is not always realized that thei way food is served has a great, deal to do with our appreciation of it. Color schemes often attract the eyp and stimulate the, appetite for a dish ordinarily refused. ( uie Sunday nlnht) recently a certain housewife had some' friends for supper,, and afterward the wife of the man who had eaten most heartily uf every dish, said: "'Weil, 1 have a good joke on you, John!" Then turning to her hostess she said: "Vou know, he never eats codfish or N'ot or eg its, and he has eaten Till three tonight with the greatest gusto." "Wi II, they looked so pretty 1 couldn t help eating them," John re plied. The codfish was just plain creamed but it ws prepared in the individual ramekin dishes, and the delicately browned top was sprinkled with pars-! ley. The salad dish w as bedded with j fresh, gnen lettuce leaves, on which: rested a ring of finely chopped beets, j '.'n the inner side (if this sprays of the tender litlle inner stalks of celery were I placed, within this a round of egg! oks, also finely chopped, and in the tenter the white, dotted with a few sprigs of watercress. Timely Tip. j M'Ti:. Nose bleed is common among Nuts are not given To the toothless children, and while It seldom iea h- to crack. , They haven't the. ability es an alarming slate, neverihol'ss Good positions go to the iiersons children are often grently frightened i qualified able ami ready ' by it. In treating this complaint ni. , , . try apply',,, a cold doth at the base R? gravitates to those of the brain. Stand back nf the . hild I , e CHrry ll' -An A- l! r- 'r"'n nd press your hands f rmlv on the ! "R wt" rit ou to carry the respon- large artertea that run along the edneg of i he chetk bones. Po not TOMORROW (Monday) is your very last chance to see the lloosicr Kitchen Cabinet (iold Medal Demonstration that attracted so much attention at the I'anama-l'acific Expo sition in San Francisco last year. Have HE W bonrs to spare each day in pleas ant pursuits- Time for music, for outdoors, for shopping, or ;tj jart mci the center u liig kitchens. Xo Thm JTnfw.t... Pn n "Hoosier Beauty" Gold Idal Sale WW Half Block Host of New V. M. C. A. stop the nostrils wltlT cloth or cotton, but allow the blood to flow until nat urally checked. Often adults are afflicted with ex cessive nose bleeding. This is often caused by a severe cold in the head or by excessive exposure. to the sun. Worry will often cause it, and in many cases, such as fever, the nose will bleed. When black blood flows from the nostrils the trouble is prob ably due to cold and congestion, and sometimes It is not best to check the flow at once. Drowsy headaches are often relieved l,y nose bleed. Hut be careful with ijhildrn and do not show that you lire alarmed. i:y being calm yourself ;,ou (an quiet the fears of the little one. who screams at the sight of blood. 1 treat lie Deeply. Kecall all the best singers you know and you will find that the majority of them are usually well developed in" tin throat and chest. Sius-in is a splen did exercise when considered in con nection with the vital necessity of deep breathing. It Is recognized hs absolutely necessary for perfect health, and even if one cannot sing, at least the effort, if rewarded with good he-.uih. Is not to be despised for its beneficial effects. "Mrs. Chatter seems to be quite a coin , rsationalist.'' "Yes. She has three cars to biai4 about and six servants to complain of." Hoston Globe. sil'llity and crack diflici It conimer- eial nuts. i DAY ClubTtrm.H JINow Time for read ing, correspond ence and fancy work- Time todiMS after meals before unex pected callers arrive. an its, io' ami little kitchens, further need lor ukl-fashion- Phone 376 Building. I R,al estate problems purehsn'S, I Hales or trade are easily soh-ed by Journal Want Ads. Bead them, use them. Do It today. FOR THE GROWING BOY with hU need of the most nourish ing and body building food, there i nothing better than plenty of eur bread. Spread with butter. Jeli.v r jam, it will be as toothsome as it is nourishing find will satisfy any hoy, no matter how finical his tas'e or voracious his appetite. Try It for a i few days and note results. Pioneer Bakery R N. BAIXING, Prop 107 Roath FTnrt Street. j '