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CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.
glove, Itamrra, Hniiae, nirnMilnif Cnod. Cutlery. T'tols, Iron I'll, Viilvea
ami Fitting, litiniMiitf, Heating, '1 in and loei- Work.
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FOl lU FEN-YEAU-OLD
THE OI.HEST WHISKEY IX CAITIVITY
K GIACf.MEI.LI v Illtos 107
BOND-CONNELL SHEEP AND WOOL COMPANY
DEALERS IN SHEEP AND WOOL
Albiuiiirrcjiir.Offlre 201 ttN Oold Awnue.
c should hate u large fchlp
iik'iiI of nil kind,
New Mexico New Peas. . . . I Or
New Mexico New Itn-ts, 2
Him I. "
New Polnloc, lie. 2,1 r
t in iimiIm iv, ,".e mid 2 for l.r
New Tniniitis-, 2 III- Xlc
llrrmudu Onions. I Mix 2.1e
longinoiti hoiI lloiililnmlo
Butter, j , .n.if
IIOMEU II. Vltl. Mitr.
313 Marble Ave. Phone 2UH-2H9
I Strong Brothers
rno.MiT sehvice. rnoxn
76. STItOXO Itl.li.. (Ol'l'Iilt
ami si;t; .i
or I ft TRUEST
Carpet rlennlnir. I'hone KB.
Ailjustments on Buaranteed tin
No expense for exproMsiiKO. Ituller
liorn jesteid.iy nim nins; t Mr, aii'l
Mrs. It. . lley, a son.
Ir. C. H Conner has Rone to
llelell oil professional business.
Mr mid Mi's I'.cninnl llfclil moved
yesterday from 1112 West tVntral tt
41 S North I'levenih street
There will be a regular
the I'Yatcrnnl I
aSK on Monday
-nt herd I Indue No.
May "!. at i .l.l Fel-
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Sabin nnd son
Fred evi.til to leave in their carl"r"1
the first of the week for Topeka,
Kan., to spi ml Hid summer.
F.rnesi 1.a idolfi, insider of the
First SavlntiH Hank nnd Trust com
pany, bit last uitfht for the east, to
be absent about six weeks. He will
visit Chicago, New York and other bl
Kllbounie House left yesterday on
uli overland trip to Ohio and Ken
tucky, lb' was accompanied by
I'unch Tharp, who recently returned
from Mexico, where he a In the
Does the Business
This Is Son's Store
as Well as Dad's
"Son'' khouM licit be can
Kime here and hu I In- mine
as Had doc- When b" w.iiils
il lleW tie. ii low hllilt. Koine
low' ii mil rw i ar or .-.oine nihil
We.irable, In- has loinid from
i-u I i. iice ! 1 .1 ! W'.iNllt.lll M
Co.'s Ii the in -t 1'l.n e in Al
buquerque to hn it.
Tin- M I. ibis spring lor
bo.es me liner t III n rii-r. Ev
en i,e m 1 1 1- :ll light up
Hitll j.ll ,!!ll'l W llell III- we.M
t h P Mp-fll'l.-l "liei-l Ions o f
SprltiS (.'"-.ile ln-ri- that h-r
been In. in.-lii I'or him.
' S,.n" li I- ' buy his I hi 111: i
at iii-b'u ' n .m : as well e
I lad does
ivrs insist on
hi i si-. tiiicv t.irr thi: best kesilts
North Mint St.
motor truck service fm- the 1'nlted
Stat'- (i I'm V.
The sheriff's office yesterday turn
ed over the horse, with stenling
whli h Lloyd Johnson Ih charged, In
u reprcsentat h e of Itlchard Pohle,
of Helen. The horse Mas Identified
as .Mr. Pohlo's.
Hlvera yesterday Htaleil in
llenl'Ke H. Craig's court Hint
nut know brass which lie
had lieen stolen from the
Santa I'e railway, lllvcra wan rimmed
with receiving stolen property. He
u fined $:;f.
The 'i. AJ'Ht-leHi her association of
the Flint ward will hold Hie annual
business meeting mid election of of
ficers Monday ufleri.oon nt 4 o'clock
In the First ward Hrlinol hnlliliflK. All
members and all interested In the
work ar(i nuked to he present.
II. It. Jalisco, fire insurance nnd
Htation Inspector for Hie Atchison, To.
peka Santa Fc railroad, with head
quarters at Topeku, Kas., was In the
city .Venterday on business connected
With his depart nient. He left, Inst
night for F,l Paso,
Frank Connolly, who was cited by
Sergeant , M, .Miller to appear In
police court to answer the charge of
riding his bicycle on a sidewalk, fail
ed to how yesterday. A policeman
Went to tin address Riven by the
boy, 417 Went Silver avenue, and
learned that ho one named Con
nolly lived there.
Mrs, Armllda Knecse entertained
Lincoln circle No. 3, I-ailii-a of the
i). A. I!., and it k friends at her home
at "Id Alliiiiiiei'qiic Wednesday. Mrs.
W. M. Clifford won the first prize at
cards and Mrs. A. Altars, the t'onso
lullon urine. Tim guessing content
prize went tu Mrs. J. M. M uggley and
unother contest prize to Mrs. K. H.
The ll Fellows will Kive a han
iiiel at their hull Friday nH;hl. A
! first -class; musical priiRram will tin
furnished by I'lof. F.. Stanley Seder
and a male quartet. Mayor Wesler
fi lil will make an address. All Odd
Fellows ami Itebekahs are cordially
Invited o b,. present, Knelt member
Is expected to briliR at IcuhI two
1 I'.hIcs, cinmeded with the Fl
I'am branch of Hie (ioodrb i Tire nnd
I'. nbber company, Akron, o,, ts In the
' V lntervl,wiiiK local tlr nlern. He
makes New Mexico towns once every
thirty days, ami is now on one of his
rcKular trips. He will leave tonight
for Santa I'e, and thence no to all the
other towns of the northern and east
ern sections, after which he will re-
The I loyal Ncljihoors will hold l
irriiiid rally and class adoption Turn
day nlKht at I. o. o. F. hall. Two
or more supreme officers will be
present. Tile siipcivl-lni; deputy of
New Mexico also will be present.
VIsltiiiK members of nelxliboi inn
rfamps are expected.
CHI OF Til VNKS.
We wish to thank our friends for
their many kindnesses and floral of
ferings at the dentil of our husband
MltS. MAItY DYE AND FAMILY.
Tile ladles of the OiuigreBntional
church will give a May tea Tuesday,
May -.lid, at '.1 o'clock, at the home
of .Mrs. William llryee. 3I1 South
Edith -tleet Everybody welcome.
ing J."n- anil
10 P ACE MAYOR
Action of Twelfth Precinct Pri
maries Interpreted by Party
Leader as a Reproof to
Failure of the democrats of the
Twelfth precinct to place .Mayor Hen
ry West fife lil on that pK'' inrt's dele
gation In the county convention wai
declared hv H doiimrintir leader to be
cliidiiiK- of Mr.
partly, tit least,
called It rv rebuke to
opinion was that tile
Westerfeld whs due
In bis failure to carry
out the party's plcdce relative to Hit
Sunday closing of salooiiR vO far. The
friction between the mayor and S'
oi'al of the aldermen mlKht have had
some Influence also, he said, point
ing to the twenty-one votes received
by lr. It. I.. Host. The niay.or drew
Here are the delegates, elected lit
the primaries last night, who will rep
resent the Twelfth and Twenty-sixth
precincts the city -and the Thir
teenththe old Albuiueriiie pre
cinct In the county convention.
Twelfth o. X. Marron, Warren
(Iraham, l. K. I!. Sellers, Tony Ortiz,
W. A. Keleher, W. W. Mowers, .John
Heaven, W. W, Mi Clcllan, Isaac
llarth, M. I'. Sawtelle, It. If. Crews,
Dennis Chaves, Fdniiind Koss, .1. T.
Tlclaney, Iir. It. 1,. Ilusl, John Slrum
illilsl, S. I,. Ii Dl iere, W. C. Heacock.
J. K. (loodcil, John Simms, It. 1.. D.
McAllister, M. S. Tierney, M. .Man
dell. Twenty-slxlhi'l. (1. Coors, Jr.; Vr.
I,, liiirton, S. K. ltoidil, A. Fleisch
er, W. M. Clayton, T. J. (luylfoil, Pitt
iloss, C. K. Hinds, Frank l'.ntt. Dr. W.
II. Ixivelacr, John Tandberif, Dr. K.
M. Clayton, II. A, Murphy, William
Kleke, IMmir llass, J. A. Montoya, T.
,f. I'assniore, Sr., J. J. Hetinr Man
uel V. Vltill, S. S. Illlliert, Clyde TlnK
ley, J. Korlier, Frank Short, A. Ml
chuel, F. I., (ioiizales,
'Thirteenth Ha fuel (lalila, Frank
S. Hall, Leonardo Huniik, Charles
Mann, Ed Mcfiulre, Fellclano .a mora,
Floreticln Zamoia, Louis o'Uannon,
Charles Le Feber, Klcardo Zamora,
Juan .ainora, Jose Maria 1'atheco,
McDonald, ItcfiiKin Madrid. Hach
delegate from the Thirteenth Is to
have one-half vote.
THE EAKIN FAMILY
WILL BE UP-TO-DATE
Tht Washington apartment build
Inns, beliiR constructed for .1. P- Ka
kln at Tenth nnd Central, under the
fiuporvlsion of J, 1.. LaDriere, urehl
tect, are fast materializiiiK, the roof
already Is lnn laid on the west huild-
i The W'estinfchoUHC electric stoves
with which the apartments will be
! equipped, have already arrived and
j the other furnishings are en route
When completed, this ill be ono
of the most up-to-date family apart
ment houses In the west, bcinu mod
eled after the California and W'nsh
iiiRton styles, Including tho built-in
features such as wall beds, chlniv
closets, rtf rlRerntoru with separate
Locker for em h set of apartments,
this latter feature bclnn original with
Hie architect, also all entertainment
room for Hie use of Kuests.
Airaiwemciits ur helntr made to
ward bcuullfyjiiR of the mounds by
puttiiiK In RruKK, trees and shrubbery,
I it belnir the Intention of the proprie
tor to milk'! the Wushlnnton un ideal
home for ltn pa'.rons.
A few days ago C. A. Pappe pur
chased the I ngle bakery, 222 South
Second speet, and assumed Immedi-
jatr charge, Yesterday he reported
j he was more than gratified with tho
business the bakery has la-en doing
! tho past week, and that he expects to
iiu reaso the patronage light along,
j Mr. Pappe Is a thorough, practical
baker there is nothing so big or
so small, or no complicated, that lift
'. cannot bake it, and he will serve the
; best to his customers, lie had charge
j of the Jaffa bakery department for
I a number of years.
. Citizens Bank Bldg.
S. T. Vann, diamond expert. TMa
monils bought and sold. Diamonds
Uvrry and aaddle boraca. Trimble' I
"Gentry's egg." no cents. Sold liy
Jaffa, Maloy and Hawkins.
Henry hauls baggage and
other 'iinqs. Phone 939.
Dr. C. H. Conner
Offlca Btem Bid. Pbonea Its. Ill
Herboth paints signs, houses
and decorates. Phone 1495J
DAILY AITO fXMt .1FAIEZ ANI
SI I.PIIl'It sPIMXt.S.
Iavett l'oxioflb-' 5 a. in. For Infor
iiialion llione 2H0 or call at 721 West
Silver. F. Itomrro.
Drs. Schwcntker & Bower
X. T. AniUjo Blilsr. Phono 717.
Want high gnxlo pmplor? r lb
hcllrr (nail if wrmn! Mak mt
lh waal nil u ma. aJ ttta Jiajraal.
Morning Journal, Sunday, May 21, 1916.
LECTURE THIS AFTERNOON
AT H. S. AUDITORIUM j
A free lecture on Cliristiim Scieiuej
Will be delivered by CiO'U'Ke SllHWI
'look, of Chicaxo, in the hiKh school
auditorium this afternoon. A!
short time iin.i Mr. Cook lectured a'l
l.nji.insi'ot t, Ind., where he was In-1
troduced by Attorney D. C. Arthur !
who said In purt: j
My attention was first called to,
Christian Science a number of earN
alio by the many tiller attacks upon:
Mrs. Fddy and her work, so prevalent
In the pulpit nnd press of that time.
Later I noticed In our law reports
that it was Retting Into the courli.
and thus some real fads were regis-1
tered which were dependable and en
liRhtenliiK. I also rend the writings ami
speei lies of such men as the on.
Clarence A, Huskirk, Judge Clifford
Smith, Senator John D. Works nnd
others of like caliber, ntnna with the
works of Mi's. Fddy herse f, and
reached the conclusion that christian
Science is a fact in the world's his
tory which cannot be ignored.
I understand also that Christian
Science teaches that the truth about
Cod and Christ is kuowable, and that
He knowledge of this truth consti
tutes the Kclenee of Christ la titty ; that
this science of Christ and Christian
ity Is at once understandable and
demonstrable, (,s are other hi lences,
and that when understood and dem
onstrated It Is Immediately practicable
In our ordinary affairs. If the claims
of Christian Science are true, or any
thing like the truth, it Is my convic
tion that Its discovery is the most im
portant world-event since the cruci
fixion. lyogansport I'liaros-Reporter.
George Shaw Cook, C. S. M., Is a
members of the Hoard of Lectureship
of The Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ Scientist, In lloston,
Massachusetts. The public is cordial
ly Invited to attend his lecture in the
High School Auditorium this
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
THE STORY OF
'A MODERN THELMA'
Sir Philip Ilrueo Frrlngton, a weal
thy English baronet, visits Norway,
whern hp falls In love with Thelma,
duughter of Olaf tluildmar. His suit
is favorably received by Thelma and
her father. Charles Dyreworthy, an
unscrupulous merchant, has long
loved Thelma, and when hp hears of
her betrothal to the Englishman his
fury knows no bounds. Awaiting n
day when father and lover ore nway
on a Hlght-Heelng trip, Dyceworthy
decoys Thelma to his home mid
Hirpiitenens her with violence if she
does not promise to marry him. His
housekeeper, Clrika, in gratitudo for
many kindnesses done her by Thelma
and her father, seeks out Sir Philip
and warns him of his sweetheart s
The English peer, after a mad dash
down the mountain side, arrives ut
DyccworthCs house in time to save
the honor of Thelma and to deal out
to the contemptible merchant well
deserved punishment. Soon after
this Thelma and Sir Philip are mar
lied and the pair leave for London.
Lady Wlnsleigh, a beautifully and so
cially powerful member of Philip's
set, Ik secretly In love with the young
nobleman. To gain her ends she en
deavors to compromise Sir Philip' in
the eyes of his bride, nnd finally, with
Ihp aid of a disreputable actress, she
succeeds in lo r scheme. Thelma, con
vinced that her husband no longer
loves her, suddenly departs for her
'old home In Norway. Sir Philip, de
caying only long enough to secure
proofs of the plot against him, follows
her and a speedy and happy recon
ciliation Is brought ahotit,
Scheduled at the Pastime theater
today and tomorrow.
I 'THE WARDROBE' READY
! TO HO YOUR CLEANING
"The Wardrobe" Is the name of a
new Institution in thy city and the
locution is III!) West (Jold avenue, it
is conducted by lleelip & Neitdick. and
they are experienced cleaners and
hatters, doing work for both ladies
and gentlemen. Every garment plac
ed under their care, to hp cleaned,
pressed or put in shape for future
use, will Is- returned to the owners in
first-class order and with promptness.
Just remember "The Wardrobe" in
1916 Dodge touring car, brand new,
antra tire, $ T "i 0 .
Hi 15 Studebaker touring car, self
starter, electric lights, $"j0.
Studebakrr delivery truck, new
Maxwell touring car, good motor,
new tires, $ rt 00.
Studebaker "2V touring car, fine
tinick "Hi" delivery truck, 2C(.
Cadillac single cylinder. J75.
ALIiCQl F.ltgrE MOTOR CO.,
Studebaker Oarage. Phone 77.
Convenient for ltnilroad Men.
Phone 5. 1I8S4 West Silver
llLrJl TODAY AND TOMORROW iLl j
Vivian Martin and Harry Millard
"A Modern Thelma"
A Modern live-reel Drama. IVntiiring Two Young Stars of I'ni-
TIME OF SHOWS I. 2:I.V S:3. 1:1.1. . Vl.1. 8::il. :,1 i. in.
ADMISSION ADI LTS 10 CENTS
SEE THE H00SIER
KITCHEN CABINETS AT
At the request of a number of
housewives, sunn- of whom reside out-
side of the city, and who were nept
away from attending the lloosicr
Kitchen Cabinet sale at the Kapplc
Furniture comiany the past two
weeks, Mr. Kapple auilotinces in to
day's Journal that the "last day" has
been extended until tomorrow, when
demonstrations of these famous
kitchen cabinets will be continued as
heretofore at the store. Hundreds
have called at the Kapple store dur
ing the past two weeks and received
many pointers on the best cabinet of
Its kind on the market, and simp then
many hac been delivered to pleased
housewives. Just think of it M on
delivery, $1 weekly, no extra, fees, no
interest, and money-back guarantee.
Don't let this opportunity pass nep
the lfoosicr at the Kapple store, just
half bloi k east or the new V. M. C. A.
Green ground bone,
every day the kind that
will make your hens lay.
Schwartzman & With.
Tor milk, crenm, or buttermilk,
call St roup I'aiin. I'lionr 15HI .
Unlivery mode In-fore hrcnUfast.
Annual Slntrnu-iit of I'nllrd Sliitr
OK l.lVIIItl'OOL. F.XC.
As of Ieviiilci' :Mst, l!MS.
.WrN ill thr I lillisl
P. F. M'CANNA,
I'or long time on liljr trad
gi-H.lna land. In answering givr
lull particulars as to waters,
carrying capacity, shelter, im
provements mid price. Will
! Thomas Hester ;
I2 Twentieth Street
sx iii:;o, - - cAur, f
P. O. BOX 164
uoi)dj. K, pun o.).i, .nil
mi ii ovrm.vxp kixahoit ix
IIUST CLASS COXDITIOX.
(iie Your 1'olk.s u Break
LET US SEND A MAN
To Replace That Broken Window
ALBCQCFKOI 15 LTJMBEU
Phone 421 423 N. First
BUY THIS BKAXD OP
CANNED GOODS AND YOU
HAVE THE BEST
Painting and Paperhanging
VANPEKSYPT & LANCASTER
Automobile and Carriage
J 3-.2 North First Street. Phone 1747
CHILDHEN 5 CENTS
To The Supply House
We Want Nothing But the Best, Regardless
of What the Cost May Be
coming mighty particular about what they
eat, drink and wear. The above instructions
are, no doubt, broad and we are liable to pay
a little more for some supplies than would
be absolutely necessary, but we prefer to do
this rather than to take a chance on the qual
SUNSHINE ICE CREAM
MADE 15 V
HKST Re HIIOW If
PICTI KKS CHANGE
i:tk with m:;i i.Ait i'whjkwi
A CATTLE QUEEN'S ROMANCE
Two-reel Western Pranin.
FROM OUT OF THE PAST
Three-reel Itagriiph Hroadway Star I 'eat lire.
TUCKS AND FRILLS
Comedy With Davy Don.
Painting and Paperhanging
Tinting and Decorating Done by
Means a Guaranteed Joh. Our large Vp-to-datc V.LXi P.VrKIt se
lection for 191(1 Is mire to please you.
Phones 639-638. Store Cor. 4th and Central
Gallup Lnmp T 1 1 Gallnp store
OrrUloa Lump JTlcHlll VOcil V0 Cerrlllon Store
AXTHHACITK. ALL SIZES; STEAM COAL
Coke, Mill Wood. Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Kindling, Mine
Cilta Wmh WAsm
One of the most delightful assortments
of colored wash materials we have ever
Some of the weaves and color comhina
tions are beautiful beyond description. The
new, the smart and authentic weaves, as well
as the everyday staple patterns are here.
New Printed Voiles in a beautiful combina
tion of colors," small, medium and large
designs on white and tinted grounds; 38
inches wide, a yard 25c
Woven Stripe Voiles fine quality, sheer
iabrics in variously spaced colored stripes
on white grounds, and the reverse; 38 ami
40 inches wide, a yard 35c and 50c
American Dress Ginghams, All Fast Colors
The assortment includes new plaids, stripes
and checks, as well as plain colors; 27 and
32 inches wide, a yard. . 12, ;c, 15c and 25c
Novelty Sport Cloth, awning stripes in a
large variety of colors, specially adapted
tor skirts, combination dresses, Russian
sport blouses, etc.; 27 and 36 inches wide,
a. vanl 25c and 50c
You can not make
";ood ice cream from
P . r material any
nioie i nan you can
make a cake from poor
flour. It is possible to
deceive some of the
people but Mr. and
Mrs. Public arc be
: fl.I.loV l!l
313-315 WEST CENTRAL