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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Wednesday, June 1916.
Six CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Km. Kan.. Unmm FiimWiliif flood Cnflcry. Tool, Iron Plpo, Valwe ami Fitting. I'lumbliuj, ileatliiit. Tin and Ooimt Hitk, It W. CENTRtL AVE. TELEPHONE Sll 1'OU ALL COOKIMi, SNOWDRIFT h)1'TI':kn-veah-oij "FOUR ROSES THE OLMXT XVIIfSKEY IX CAPTIVITY li. GIA(X)MEI.I.I IIUOS 107 Fruits and Vegetables ChcrrioH, 2 lb It) lbs. or more per lb. . !: lllMIII IfJOHII lCN('IH', :l IIW ,2.v (allfornla Poodle. 3 lb i:li'H large Plum. mt lb . Lie I'rvsli Tniniitmn In IikIii), 2 Hl. for . 25c lliMililiruilo mid Ijiiikiii'hiI lliit lor. fresh today, 2 II)-. . . fl.V CW Cnriimlicrs .V Wlille Cauliflower, mt li..l."o WVIFJIMEIONK AM CANTA lOF PES WARD'S STORE IIOMEU II. WAIU, Mgr. 31.1 Marble Ave.. Phone 2HH-2H0 J. I Strong Brothers J undertakers ; ; PROMPT fiF.lt VICE. rilONH 7. HTKONG HLK.. CUl'l'KU ' ' AM 8I.C J.ND LOCAL ITEMS or iff ST Carpet cleaning, t'hon f.B. Cotlonwood (iiove No. 2, Woodmen eliide, will meet ni 2;St o'clock IiIh ufternooH at I he I. O. II. F. ball. If. J. limner, an extenHive eiiillp ralr of Arizona, with raiiMPB near llolluooU, In in the city on tiimlnenn. The Fraternal MyMlic circle, llene flt Itnliim No. 21(13. will meet at S o'clock tonight at Hh hall, HI, 'a Hotilh Hocond Htieet. Albuipicripie JCncampinent, No. 4. I. 1 1. O. I',, w ill meet, at M o'clock to. nl:ht at I. . li. F. hall. Officers urn to lip elected. .lofeph Hwllluni, npeclal apprentice at the Pun in F nbopH, returned lur.t iiIkIiI fioni a vacultim npeiit ill Iowa, Mixxotirl anil KanaaH. John Itecher and IiIh hoii motored to the city yenlerday from ll.lcii. After traniuctinK nonie biiHineHU ticru, they returned lo Helen In the after noon. Mrn. F. A. .Martin und two children will leave thlM afternoon for Mo!nen, , where they will Unit the pnrenu or Mm. Murtln until .spplem ber 1. K. F. ijiiHlotfl, of the Firm Hrivlnnn Hank Ai Trut coinpHiiy. after a .v lull of a month with relutlve of New YorK und other cui'tcrn Htaten, lum returned to the city, Joneph ('..Taylor underwent an op ruiliit on account of appendlclllB. yewteriluy. The attack cams on Mr. rTavlor mlddenly. He was reported ' to be on the way to recovery last nlkhl. ' . MImii Fdmonia .Iuhich. of KaiiHaw CJfJ. art Mtilden UJid for evera.l year an art critic on New Turk pub llcationH, now residing In AlbiapiiTipiiv left ycKU-rday fr a brief vlfdt at i iho (Jrand Canyon. MIh JamcH re ' lentty retuinej from a init to Santa IV. ' Mi'H. F.dward liana, Koutli lOdith ctreet, haa returned lionie from a four inonlhH' VlMlt with relatives am) frieniiH In IoutslnHu. Mra. IIbkm whs ncconipauied from I '.I I'uko by her tlHUKhter. Mm. Kd Frier, and Mr. J'rlce, Mr, and Mm. Trice conttni olate makini; Alhimtiennie theli homo. UroKrande. N- M In nriler to pro vldo a trannpiiiiiitinn outlet for It Iron mine Hituatcd four mile from Hiice, N". M.. the Colorado I'll ol Iron companv l vonmiuctliiif a hrt line railway from the end of the Ororande bran I) of the i;t IMeo Soull.ewem ern lo it prop, rt . K Hw ay Akc ilu- ssetti" , In the action brought by ItiKjue. I..,iei de e'ul.iitar et al.. ititnore. by Itemabe V. Uybu. next friend, mtainst IT.dband,, 11. de U'pcz nnd IMU'e ,1. (iurule Jnd,!.. H. F. ItnynoUs yester day granted judgment. The .court, heiiiR Informed thai none of the plain tiff were in poHHPKflon of the prop ,lv hoe tille they KOUKht to uuiel at the lime of the flllntf of the u ct, on. held thai Hi'')' could not action. iiiainlain the ( air of cliiblriK. ilav fiiu mt hour, Ma. I'lioiie I 127-1 niiil niulit. 15 lrx .Ionian Henry hauls baggage and other .inas. Phone 939. Herboth paints signs, houses and decorates. Phone U95J Springer Transfer Co. BIGGER AND BETTER tiii: M iti i:n mioktkmng. Xortu firm M. phone 0o L IT 8J TODAY Graduate Class of Eight Will Receive Diplomas at St, Vincent's; Exercises to Be Held in Chapel, . ! T),t i onimeuoemcni exorcises ul HI. i Vincent's academy will be lii'lil In the (academy vhuprl beginnlnif at 8:30 o'clock thlK morning. A :litHH of eight j will receive high achoul diplomas. Tins (exercises In ho chapel will b pretty jand impressive, Tho general public j In Invltiil, h, special liu'ltntlon being eiended to friends of I hi; graduate mill of t hp institution. The program follow; Prooc.-iilonul--"Praise. Ve the Fath er, ilouhod (iniilui'ti'N and Omrul Class. Address to UrudiiutcK IU'V. A. M. Man (In lull, K. J. Crown I iik of Graduates ui-v, r. x. Di rir-tro, a j. Presentation of IHpronias Rev. A. M. Mundalati. H. J. "Farewell" Chorus . . . . OindimtPK 'vVlcgand "Hearts iiml P'lnwprM" Tohutil ! "Trnunieiie . , . Schumann Vtoltim Mltn N. Iiairenette, Ml mm K. I-ynch I'lano - Mia MaiKiirct Hoee Mi'Canna llli;h iiiiihm, father 1I lietro, relebrant Tiiu xradUat' ' aret tMlaen HckhIo llrennan, Kathryn Keleher, Frael Hailing, Mary O'l.ouKhlln, Altec Ilaru, Itiuiionclla l,una, DobuitaH tiarcta. Alumni1 Itaiiipict. Tho iiluuml l)anuet. will 'be Klven nt. the Academy dlnlllif, hall In the eveuinir, preceded by ll'ciiedictton of the Mont Mleaaed Sacrainent. Manv Kradualej, of the lilHtllulion will ul- tend. St. Vincent academy tx one ,f Die pioneer edueuttonal inmitut.lona of the at a lo. The Kradunllnir exercise today will mark the thirtieth com mencement of the academy. SMALL BOY, WHO WENT WIMMIWii PAII Tfl RETURN; SEARCH MADE Paiil TituH, 12 years obi, left his home on North Keeond street at noon yesterday, saluif he Was koIiik hWim minir. He had not returned last ulKht. His father reported his disap pearance to the police, icimbi Dunn nnnii li imtiL i iiuuiinm ACADEMY CHAPE Fun I said lie us golnu lo tho 'that tlicy are beiiig judued il1 the name American Lumber company's pond, Ajr,l,," u hoae having means to hire search was made there for him last ' help to care for their premii'i a. There nlKlit. but no i lew of the boy was fore the awarda will be- limited to lound. jthofui promises rare,! for by members At 1 o'clock tins morning nothing ;Of the household, liad been heard of tho boy, cither !' ! In nuikhiK the awards the commit the police or Hheriff's office, who toea will consider the following points, were enlisted In the search, or by hii'.';2r. per cent heiii(f allowed for each: relative. A description of the lad' ! The upkeep of the front und wua furnished the police, to aid In thc'liuck ards, fences and outhouaea. anarch throiiKh seetniOK notice, Ifj 2. Tho absence of weeds or oluiox anyono had seen t),,. hoy. Jt is us fol-Jous trash In the street und alley ad lows: 'joining. Twelve, years old; larne for bis age; j .1. The Iniprov enient in ifem.rul ap blue ej-ea, lilit liair, ulciiiler; wore pearunce of the entire premises. mown corduroy knee pants, blue sport j shirt, light striped ciip. black shoes,. siiiiuwli.il worn, black slocIiiiiKs. I FOREST AND FIELD CLERK EXAMINATION TO RE HELD JULY 22'l)rlzt 0,1 tl t,lio'f'"'i'i f the front .yard at her home, 1UU5 Forester nve- The Hulled Stales vil serie com mission again announces an examina-l foil for the posillon 'of (forest and field chrii at tl.luo to $1,200 per au uuii', In the Twelfth civil service dis trict, to be held tn this ctty July 2 postponed fiom June 21. There has been difficulty In secur ing a sufficient number of applicants for this position and therefore nil oualified persons tire urged to enter the examination. Application blanks and further in formation may local secretary lie obtained from thelklnsiui, was appointed executrix by of the board of oivUljudg,. John Huron Hurt! without bond. serviie examiners and the forest tcrv- Ice in t Ins citv: DECREE OF DIVORCE IS GRANTED TO MRS. OLD -1 " " Mis. (ienmi ild M-klerdy was eiantml a divorce from Kdwanl uhl, machinist whom she charged with I ncidectlmr to sunnort b r according to i bis means, old did not make appear ance In , ourt 1. 1 contest his w ife's miii. Mrs, old's n.alih'n name. ; -no. a l.aHreux, was restored. The 1011- weie married al l!.itou last year. DEATHS AND FUNERALS William Wardwcll. VV ill. am WmOwcll, 42 yeais old, dieJ ,il : o'cl... , last night at his home, ," Wf-t Tt.i.T.is nventie. lie was tt memo, t ,,f the Pointers' union. Three . hlldi..,,, his mother, who lives in San IP ricmlioo. Cat,, two sister and a I. rother. survive. The t'odv was fsken 1. 1 I'nil room. i ioliott un lenakius SUNDAY WILL BE A LITTLE MDJAVE Following Official Notification, Chief. Galusha Announces That Lid Will Be Clamped Tight, Next Sunday Is going lo be 'dry" In AIIii,U,tiiih, no dry t lint u desert eiSOtOl camel would perish If I" illfln'l have strength enough to am ble to I Hd Town of Harcl.'is. Next Sunday won't stand by itself In that r8pi', i, "lry" Sundays will continue. Chief J. It. lialushn, of (lie police di partinent. imnoiinced yesterday aft ernoon thai thu lid would be (lump ed ilon at one minute before inid- liiht Saturday und kept down until inldniht Hunday. Hmiduy eonHintn or twenty-four bourn and one minute lor i liu purpoNPij of the resolution adopted by the council. Chief C.aluslwi made this announce ment after hi w.ii offltlally notified by Mayor Henry YVt-Htcrfeld of the oun,irn uetion. The mayor deliv ered tli three reform renolutloim to I hi' chief late ycHteniay afternoon. They were not tdmied by Hip mayor, but the fact that he turned them over to the chief would indicate that ho did not intend to (Unapprove them. Tho mayor attached u note to tho rceolutlonn, Maying tliey were for the Inntruction and guidance! of the chbf. The chief dfirarpil that tho lid on gambling wan on riKht then. The Immedlule lid applied to all methods of flirting with wealth except punch boardn. The polled !iw owners of punch board until midnight tomor row to K't rid of them, so their ac tion woult not appear confiscatory. From then on there will be no punch hoardw, Kvcn ' thone that have not money pi l.en must o. This brief exemption was not allowed other foiniH of KamlillnK. however. The police were on the lookout for placet where "wentH" with upoitlve iriKtlnct wero likely to gather from tho Rtnrt. Chief ipilushr, H'Hleft 1ht h would .adhere, atrietly to the duty of hla of- fll t hm pointed out by the council u tho oat:i he took upon entorhiK the office compel him to. Tho chief I instructed htn force to aee that the I Sunday cIomIiik order, the nntl-Kam-jbllnn low ami the order reipilrim? the I removal of bllndw from ttie front, of aaloona on Sunday were obeyed. PRIZES TO BE GIVEN BY BETTERMENT LEAGUE FOR BEST KEPT YARDS I As an incentive to beaulifyliiK yarda, ,'ho riv,- Fe'tterment league will give each of the four wards for ' lnp Jarda HhowinK th preatest care 'the yarda Hhowintf 'an, Improvement. Two prizes are to , bo awarded in each wurd, one $5 und .the oilier $'.'. The. , league haa appointed contmltteett to Inapecl ynrda. ward The 'coininitteea will make a thorough In Hpeetion within the next few days and oecanloilully thereafter until fall w hen the awards will be made. The Inspect ionn will be made tiuiet ly. All yards will be included. Any I'ommendablo feauiCH in any yard will be rcporltd from time lo time. The league dcslrca that owners and tenanta of Mmall places 'sua II not feel 4. Where there are lawns and riower beds, the harmony in the ar rangement of the same. Tho awards In the yard photograph lie contest were announced yesterday Iby Secretary L. F. Heed. Th Judges 111 no. only one other photograph of a front yard was received. The leag-u received no photographs of back yards. Another prize rn to have been awarded in this cluss. jCOURT APPROVES WILL - ! Ap ft a r tftiiiwift.ifti Tho will of James Wilkinson was ipproved yesterday by the probate ourl. The widow, Airs. Nellie Wil The hearing on the final report of tho administrator of the estate of Vre eiliuno Uabaldon was eontiuued to next Tuesday. Thi 1..u,-in. ,l,n fi,.,, 1 ..,..Y,( of the administrator of the estate of li. Steele wns continued to August 1 The hearing on the final report ,llie admiiilstrator of tb.e estate of of eiiei ainla i. HutieiTCi! was continued until August 1 Court V' im ailjoiii ne,l until Tuesday. The I'nlted lates civil service com mission anuoimces open competitive examination as follows: July I:. Uahorntoiy Aid in seed ttesting, $t,ill( to $72. (.'nictitating' una. hlne operator. $!0a to $1.20(1. Cpou re.iiext further Information I will be furnished by H. !'. rgan. of the forest service, local secretary, or 'the distil. t secret. ny at S.in Pran'iscu. liwttj and aaddle horses. Trimble! Rtd Hmrn Vendniue Annex, first da- rooma. jriimiiiig iiit in ricn room. miu. John I'xrneito, IT, II ALBUQUERQUE COMPANY G WILL BE ADMITTED TO SERVICE SHORTLY Capt, J, H, Toulouse Leaves for Border With More Than Enough Men to Bring Or ganization Up to Mark, Company (J, First New -Mexico in fantry, will be admitted to fe.lerai sirvlco j.rohably tomorrow. With tile inlitments seeure'd her, by Capt. .( 11. Toulouse in the last few days, iuo roll of the company will exceed Hie minimum strength fixed by tin- Full ed States. Captain Toulouse left last night for Columbus, N. M., with the rociuliv. twelve of them. The company lacks only ten men of the reipiired strength, so two of the twelve may fall in thv. physical examinations and still the. Al huiUrUO company will muster euougii men for admittance to federal service. Captain Toulouse believed it unlikely that any one of the twelv would fall to pass. They stood prelim inary physical examinations here. Fopr more recruits for Company Ci will leave, here within a week, so the company's going into federal service shortly, If not as early ok tomorrow, appeurs to be certain. Prospects for octiVB en ill pit inning guv some Impe tus to recruiting, according t( Cup tain Touhmw!. Company h Need Mora Klcn. Lieut.' Itn,v Sena, Company f First Xotkr Mexico Infantry, returned to Al bu(tjerjtio from Co!umbu yesterday. Hleutenunl Siuta is in search of more iccruit. He recently gathered a aiiuad which he took to Columl us, but Iho company needs more. Adj. Ctcu. Harry T- Herring itaf hero lust night, r'lurtiliig to Colum biia from Santa. Fe. CITED FOR HAVING PASTEBOARD IN PLACE OF METAL LICENSE fJecaufie be was driving an automo bile with a pasteboard placard wherw the' state licenao ought to have been, (leorge Fenian was cited last night by Capt. Pat O'C.rady to appear in po lice court thla morning. The paste board (llil not contain tho information that a, license had been applied for but indicated that the cur was rut-, tinder a dealer's license. Fzeiuiel jaavedra was fined $r,o yes terday by ;, Police Juiige W...W. Mc liellan because ho failed to provide himself wltlf a atuto license und driv er's license. The Judge remitted $25 when Saavedra took out a driver i lloenae. Th,e police department Is carrying on a campaign against the home-made "License applied for" signs used by automobllists as a substitute for state license. , BROTHERHOODS OBTAIN WIDESPREAD PUBLICITY THROUGH A NOVEL BALL The Albuiuer(iie lodges of the foul transportation brotherhoods Heeklng the eight-hour day at tho hands of tho railroads gained widespread pub licity last night through holding tin "eight-hour ball'' at the armory, to which tlie general public was invited. Several hundred Albmiuorque.uis were present, the greater uart of them being other than railroad people, who attended .to learn of the eight-hour campaign. The ball was the first publicity af fair of tlte kind ever held in the state and Its success was evident in that most of those who attended were in terested in tho transportation men's propaganda through It. A committee of the local brother hoods managed the function and managed It in t way to excite favor able comment from those attending. RED CROSS SOCIETY TO CONTINUE WORK THROUGHOUT SUMMER P.ecauHo of the impending trouble with Mexico, the local chapter of the Red Cross yesterday abandoned Its plan of adjourning for the summer and will continue weekly meetings to manufacture hospital supplies, Although organl.ed only a short time, the nociety has manufacturede a great quantity of supplies, includ ing 2SX gauze dressings. 2 gauz;e ban dages, 7H2 gauze pads, 744 gauze wipes. 132 T-ha.ndag..'H, 360 gauze wipes of another class. All these ure wrapped, ready Tor steriUxatUm. The members are very enthusiastic about the work nnd will continue to turn out supplies at a. rapid rate. The Ked Cross ball, held recently, cleared 2.M for the society, it was shown bv reports made yesterday. GILLETTE CREATES EXACT SHERL0CKH0LMES ROLE In the physical appearance of Wil liam illctti--tall, almost gaunt lies much of his success with the charac ter of Sherlock Holm. Of course, coupled with this he stands a. a type of genius without eounl on the American stage today. Mr. Oillotte photographs unusually well and his seven-nit ''Sherlock Holmes," recent ly Issued h) Kssanay, keeps the film version true to the figure of fiction created by A. Connn Ilovle. His Sherlock Holmes U the culin and dignified thouiih eccentric figure that Hovle painted in hi books. The film already is assured uf the popu larity which met Mr. Oiliette's Inter pretations on the stage. Tnis. wonderful characterization now at Hie Crystal theater for the entire week. Gnirj iz. 8 vntu. SoW by Jaffa, Mfcloj .ud IUwWIiib. JOLLY BUILDING UP TRADE AT STATESON'S The manager of the Stateson ."Selx Itoyal Flue" store. 214 West Cen tral avenue. Is K. P. Jolly, and since assuming the management he has proved himself a live wire. The business has Increased to gratifying proportions in the past few month, and eWry day's sices since Jolly's coming show Increases. He locs not believe in loafing or showing an In clination to get tired, when business is in sight, and keeps bis stock so well displayed, while the prices ur right, that customers or those Just-looklng-nround are almost forced to buy. Mr. .lollj comes to the city from Chlcngo; is familiar wllh the shoe business and is building up a good trade at the Sateson store. GERMAN CHARGED WITH NEUTRALITY VIOLATION ! iY UOININ JOUWl. f CIM. V"D w,l j Kl Paso. Tex.. June 20. Frederick 1 Griese, a Herman banker of Mexico I (',, was under detention by agents ! of thn (li iiiirtment of Justice hero to day, charged witli violation of the Fulled States neutrality laws, (iriebi was prevented lust night from vross tng into Mcxjc". ' K. II- Stone, who is in charge of the Investigation of Oriese's alleged activ ities, held the banker Incommunicado tonight, and every effort, was made to prevent any inkling of exact allega tions against him. being made public. It was said that the investigation would bo resumed tomorrow and It j was intimated that important develop-j ments might be expected. j Max Weber, German consul In Juarez, at first denied all knowledge I of driest and his case, but later ad mitted that, lie had heard of a C. man banker in Mexico City bearing that name. Numerous reports of the activities of foreign agent in -Mexico have reached the border In recent months, but have lacked confirmation. nKTAll.S OT KNOWN IX WASHINGTON Washington, June 20. Although Frederick C.riese. tin. -Mexico City bunker arrested In Kl Paso, has been under Miirvelllance of department at" Justice agents-for several weeks, de tails of the investigation having been left to the department's agents on the border, and are unknown to of ficials here. It was said tonight that a full report, was expected tomorrow and that only the fact of Griese's ar rest has been reported thus far. WOULD CONFISCATE CHINAMEN'S STOCKS tY ttOMM'HQ JOUPNAl. C,k LtASKD Wll I Nogales, Ariz., June 20. Chinese I niercliaiitH. who transact almost the entire retail huslness of Notfules, Son oiu, were notified today that, they must load their entire stock on freight ii ars ready Ifor transportation to Magdalena and other MeNican rcfu- (gee camps tomorrow morning, A 'delegation of Chinese appealed to United States Consul Krnest Simplch, who Is living on this side, but he said he 'was unable to advise them, as he had been recalled. It lg prob able that the Chinese will permit their I stocks to be confiscated ind demand payment from the Carrauzit. govern ment. . Local bankers financing the ship ment of twenty-three curloads of a.. f.V.Ir.1. r.,.,,., ... .,(!. .1, K.VI UUIIMll., "r I HI tt I''n, ""Hi' (present about $ 1 1 0,000. were greatly! relieved tonight when a switch engine .,,.,u ,.'.r.L ....... -r. ln the na-nus or uie .viexicans snunieu eighteen cars across to this side. The Mexican bxport duty on urbanis I is $3 per bag and a, heavy lionus is i paid to have been paid to oPtain the j release of the shipment. t '25,000 TAKE PART IN . ! ! MUNICH DISTURBANCE! I I IMt MCkNINII JOURNAL FACIAL LVAAIO WOlLt I London, June 20. Twenty-five 'thousand person are reported to have taken part In demonstrations in Munich on Saturday In which consid erable damage to property wua Inflict ed. An Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Zurich says that word of this occurrence hits reached that city from Munich,, it being reported that Ihe Kathhuus was damaged and that win dows of all the neighboring house were broken. According to this tic count troops charged the crowd sever al times and large numbers of persona were wounded. Mftuy arrests are sidd to have been made. T0 PROBE DELAY OF MOBILIZATION MESSAGE tar UOANINtt JOURNAL ftPCCIAl. LKASdO VOHIJ Des Moines, Iowa, June 21. Mobi lisation of the 2,S00 members of the Iowa national guard at Camp Hodge, near here, was started today. Inves Itlgation was ordered by Covemor Clarke to fix the blame for the non delivery of the war department's tele ;grdm, which was not delivered for j tw enty-four hours after its receipt here. GOVERNOR OF YUCATAN . DENIESJVAR RUMOR New l'ork, June 20. (lovernor Al varado Obrcgon, of Yucatan, in a cablegram to Ir. Victor A. Uendon, American representative of the Yu- catan sis.il comuilsion, branded as i untrue the report that reached C.al veston ycterdav that the Yucatan, hsd declared a 'state of war" evisted be tween Mexico and the Vnited States, an, had YucHtUU, expelled all Americana from ' Hug-lie' Mic-efisor Sugiroted. Indianapolis. Ind.. June 20. A telegram urging the iipoinl ment of Frank P. Walsh, of Kansas Tity. Mo., fornur ehairma. of the industrial re lations committee, to the vacancy in the supreme court Is'nch caused by the resignation of Charles E. Hughes, was sent to President Wilson today by offi-tuls of the Cnited Mine Workers of America. The telegram was or dered sent by the international execu tive board of the miners, which i now in session here. WILLIAM In His Famous SHIR The World Renowned Figure of Fiction A 7-ael Essanay Production Presenting This Great Stae Star to Picture Patrons lor the First Time. Matinee at 2:30. Twice ADULTS 25 CTS. - CRYSTALTHEATER TODAY - - - TODAY I ; B THEATER BEST Be HHOW W TIIK KTATR I'lCTl RKS t'HANOB KVKUV DAY j THE IRON CLAW Fplwxle :l, "The Cog-nac Cask," Two Part. Pearl While. MERRY MARY Two Furls. THE HUMAN TELEGRAM Ila.ards of Helen. TANK TOWN TROUPE Hum and Hml Cometh. i X TflflAY Sl'l-X'f XI. WM. S. THE ! A Five-reel lira inn of MIFISF. tlic (.1 Tlltf or SHOWS 1. 2:15. 8::50. BEBBER, OPTICIAN Citizens Bank Bldg. Tho (Jiicnn's Dauglilcr will giw a l'iw Hundred party al the library, St. Mai',v'n hull, liniilay alien, mm at S:30, for the Ixin'fit of the Immacu late Conception Church. I'tiblii? In- (led jiuine grown r eacues ioi sair iy- t day ,lt A11 nome i;0nt r firocers. . Drs. Schwentkcr & Bower OSTFOPATHS. JT, T. Arinijo p.ldg. Plume 717. lies. Hi:t5-17!hi. Dr. C. H. Conner Osteopath Flrig. Phone 65. Office Stern IZi MM, M F.lt SWKIT Pi:S. Itcaut.ifiil. fragrant, long stock, rive colors "or per 1 00. liio (iraiule In- dnXrial Sclusil, Plume strong's book filorc. :iou I, or at HOTEL CRAIGE Convenient for I tall road Ilrst-CIjiss UooniH. Men, Phono 668. I18i West Silver.1 - I For Today i (ircen lleans, 2 lbs,. Peas, lb (.rccn Chili, Ih. . . . Cauliflower, native. Spinach. 2 lbs Fgsf Plant, lb 2c Hie 20c 25c -c 2.V . le 25c 25e lbs.. Summer Sip, ash, 2 Tomatoes, lb. . , . Watermelons, lit. ( antalouM. for And ; for Hamulus, lb lbs.. . Oranges, do. 2."c, ;Uc, :!,-, ie, and 50c. Lemons, do.eu IN aches, native, a lbs. Apricots, Ih ... . HOC . 15c With cadi 25c purchase: or the following kimhIm we will give an Old Hutch Money Bank lui.i:. (oihliu Soa ,y,. l.llae Hose Soa. glycerine. . 1(k Hex Lye, cans in,. Old Hutch Hand Soap 5c Old Hutch ( leunscr. :i cans 25c IT'S (.(Mill WF HWI' TO ; if KAT 201 Wot Central. Plume 19. Gallup Lump Orrllioti Ltuiip irJr Hahn Coal 'Co. SSS thonk j ANTHKACITE. ALL S17.ES; STEAM COAL Coke. Mill Wood, Factory Wood. Cord XVood, Natl KlndimK- GILLETTE Characterization of LOCK HOLMES at Night 7:30 and 9:15 CHILDREN 15 CTS. OMLY A'lTUAt TION HART in TODAY 1 ARYAN Nortliwost. .Mr. Hurt AI M and IlKKMK MV Is MiMirtcil by !:!.". . ",11 ft:,r 1,1 AI.Hl QI FKQVH GUN SHOP Alt MS Al AMMFMTION i:.X)M i't Itemodcling ami Hepair-lii.- I.lvlit -Machine Work, (.et Your linn Kcpairs in ISefori' Hunting Scumiii Hiib. Mall Orders Given Ironipt Attention. 110 SOI TH SF.COM STHFFT AI.HFQl Fltyi L PAPERHANGING Painting and Tinting PIIOM' 1KIT VANHFIESVPT & l.AXt'ASTI-Jl for Rent July 1st Store room now occupied hi' Strong's liooksiore. TIIF liFnl AM) HFSIKST LOCATION I TOW.X. Apply Mandell-Myer Company Wedding Breakfast Coffee Brcak- Give Your Folks fast Treat. BCY THIS BUAND "TELM0 CAXXED GOODS AM HAVE THE BFT YOU SEND A MAN Lfr us Ti Iteplace That Hroken ,Ai.ncQt r:iHji i: loibR Glass COMPANV 42X N. Fb Phone 431 The Wardrobe and Hatter Wit VI VIA. . v. w - Work Called 3.t I. for PHONE . ;tl IJi VCSBl OF I i V e '