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Albuquerque Morning: Journal, Sunday, July 9, 1916.
Three o U v id SHnonday Cents Yard 500 Yards 36-INCH BLACK (l TAFFETA, MESSALINE OR PEAUDECYNE ALL OF THE SILKS ARE WORTH $1 .50 Yard Monday we will make a FINAL DRIVE to reduce our stock of Silk before the ar rival of Fall Merchandise. Every piece of silk in our stock has been placed on sale at "Before the War" Prices. Come down and spend a few minutes in front of our win dows. It will pay you. A few of our Specials are listed below. Every Piece of Silk in This Sale Carries THE ECONOMIST GUARANTEE SILK SPECIAL NO. 1- 40-in. Crepe tie Chines. Silk and Wool Poplins and Chif fon Cloth in all i lie wanted shades, worth to qq $1.50 yard. Special, yard c70C SILK SPECIAL NO. 3- Printed 36-in. Plaid, Striped and other Fancy Taffetas and Satins, hoth street and evening; shades, t i worth to $3 yard. Special, yard p X .07 SILK SPECIAL NO. 5- 36-in. Plain and Fancy Wash Silks, in all the new Sport color combinations, worth 75c vard. q Special, yard ' Z?C SILK SPECIAL NO. 2- ..( to 40-in. Fancy Satin Stripe Crepe de Chene, Chan HK'Uso, Novelty Silk Crepes, worth to $2.L yard. Special", yard p X X J SILK SPECIAL NO. 4- 17 to 3n-in Fancy W'ai-ting- Silks, Kimona Silks ami Tnh Silks, wnrtli'tn $1.50 yard. . QCkr S t W'l I ! 1 Vl-1 . ' SILK SPECIAL NO. 6- () pieces 27-in. extra heavy Jap Silk, 75c quality. Special vard 42c ALL SPECIAL i 1 IfplSiS and WOQI REMNA M s Sale Begins at 8:30 Come Early Mail Orders Given Prompt and Careful Attention The Best Goods for the Price No Matter What the Price Fret Delivery Out of Town by Insured Parcels Post See Our Window Display YARD 1,000 Yards 36-INCH BEST COLORED TAFFETAS, ALL SHADES, 40-INCH EXTRA HEAVY CREPE DE CHENE AND CREPE DE METEORS THESE SILKS WORTH TO $3.00 yard m MM lllllWm MM SPECIAL A YARD in m -.. v -s - vc:ntt i ckiKJt i j ; I j .. ... . i Sunday Church Services WHERE TO WORSHIP TODAY i Christ In tlir Mctronolis of Alt; I rnina- 'A Heeipe fur Mcautv." There Will hi' Special IDIlKiC at liDtll I services: good choir mid a com enient, cool anil cheerful place to meet Will) our 1 nends. Matter rutin1 a n t give I 1 lie i'hutvh a square, deal. (TATHAL AVKXI'K METHODIST. in' ext. to nigh school. r.fv. Joshua C. Jones, pastor. Sunday school, !i:4.i a. m. George Tlnddy, superintendent. Sunday school. !i : 4 hi. Junior F.pworth league, 3 p. ni. Senior Fpyvnrtli league, V i. in. Tin- .n.-tor will proa' li at 1 1 n. m. f nun Uic subject, "Miir ChriMiu.n liar." At k i, n. thete wil) t, given n Pitcted concert on an Edison grn plu. phone. All lovers of "Od music will he delighted with this set vice. The ihiiir will render spc-ial music Ht looming service. I1HST 15APTIST CHL'KCll. C. T. Taylor, Pastor. Corner Broadway and Lead venue. Parsonage, 306 South Walter. PhODft li; t:5 Preaching at 11 a. 111. and S p. in. Subjects, "Comfort for Hard I'lace,'' and "Kopomani e ami !!' freshing." Sundav school. 9.4". a. m. Junior H. Y. P. 1'., P. m. Senior R Y. 1'. V., T p. "I- Mission Sunday school. Seventh fti"ei nn,i jiomitain road. !' eva x GF.r.i ca 1 1 r. r TireiUN till KCH. 'uir service? are held in the J.t-I'r.ii-v . coiner Edith street and t'enttiil HVellUP. Carl Schrnid , past or. Kesidence, tf I South 1 !iKh street. I'hmie 2047. Sunday nchool, Hi; 00 a. in. ''f'linan service. 11 a. m. loit'in? the summer months our ''C"iiing' services will he. discontinued Neu Tluirsdav the Ladies' aid wdl '"'et at tlip hoine of Hi). R. Hchn, '"' somh H'Kh. I'irst vukshytfiu an cnrRcn- siiver avenue and Filth ptreet. l'astor, Hush A. Cooper. S rnees hi II a. m. and p. tn. At the inornijtK service will hp the rei eption of new meml-er and the ob- Ttx-re ta mow fttarrti tn thti wetlen of th tountiy tuiu iul o;her drtet-! pot togttner. aiiu until the lt fsw fcr w MPIiwell 10 tH'-urabie. tot a Rrtat mnay yritr tlitor Wfliiiuivd a lo:l dl8Cs c4 preicrlDed l l r,Uit-die4. ACU Uj CUOfctaOti.' ladtfijl 10 CIU lta 'v'H trealuu-m. prviHnuceil It luiu.abw. itrlmi" Ban pn.v Catarrh to be a constitutional diseaae, aoJ tt.f..re requirea cvoatltutlooal uea'oi'Ot. Hail'a lacuna t'ure, maaufattuti'd by ' Co.. 1Wk. Ohio. Is tse otlj- CooUtu t'otai ,ur un uh market. It ta tEn lntercal.7 In !oe from 10 ikona to a teaapooiiful. It acta dt'ivtly no the bloo-l and mat-oua aJrracea it 'h initpin. Itioj ,ff..r on hundred dollars for "it oase it fails to curt. Stud tor ctrculari aiid ttiiinxaaia. AJ.trra p. J. CHENEY k CO., Toledo, ObiOa IMu be Drujtjiiita, Taaa tiaU t tauiigr Fl.la lor ouxUpatloo. sei-v.'Hf e of Ihe lands' supper. Kvep iiift theme. "Tin- J.ost Christ.- Sundav school. !l;4ri a. 111. Men's J'ellowsaip .hiss. 10 a. m. I'hitsUan Endeavor. T p. i. Special music -Solo. "Hie (ioort Shepherd.'' Van de Wat-i'. KteinhR anthem. "The ItadmiU Mum." (voii.i ward 1. Chorus choir, directed hy Mrs. K 1.. Hiadl'onl. The pill. lie is rordiiilU mviicd. I1RST MKT1IOMST CTIStll'ATi CIHIIIH. Corner of Lead avenue and SoQtn Third street. Charles Oscar RecKmsn, pastor. Miss Edith Ourhy. dearonesit. li 01 ii i n k sermon at 11 a. " "h"" lect. 'St. Caul's 1 )esci iption of an ld- al Chiistinn." Eveniiii; siiPjc'it, at S o'clock. "Christ, the Tim" Urcud. ' Sunday sdiool. 3:45 a. m. Kpworth League. 7 p. in. io!..u hy Mrs. Leonard toward at l.oih .services and selection o 'he choir at nitiit. KT. .IOIIN S J I'ISCOI'AI, (III ItCII. Corner tif Silver avenue and South Kourth Klreet. I!cv. lv X. Mullock, iiastor. Third Sunday after Trinity. Holy communion, a. 111. Sunday school, t:4." a.. 111, Morninx prayer and seniion, 11 o'clock. Jill. SVI.VATIOV Mi.MV. (ii! West Silver avenue. Captain and : r s. (!. Urooks, officer. in ohary.e. Si') vices: Sunday yfternooa at 2 p. nr. cm ni; people. Ecpulm.', n o'clock, subject, "Two Kinds of i.'hrlPI ians " Services also 011 Tuv.'-'day, dim day, Pridav and Saturday niKht at S:L" i.'cl'i.k. All invil-d to attend. rii'isisTt.w s ik( r. iirr.( n. Christian Science services are he.rt In Ihe Woman's eluh hmldmfr. (.1 West Gold avenue, every Sunday rtiorninK aL 11 :00. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Wednesilav evenini? meerincs, R:". A free circulattnar library incliidnilf all the works of .Mary Maker Eddy and other authorized ChrisMun Science lit erature is maintained in connection with the reading room. The public is cordially inched to at tend the Sundav services, the Wed nesday evenins meeting and to i.-n the reading 10, ,111. nr.ST cv);ia::no.VAlj CHI' KOI. Corner Coal and Broadway. A. Toothaker. minister. Reaidenee 60s 'south Edith street. Sunday school at 915 a. m. Sermon, 11 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E , 7:00 p. m. I'ilie organ re Hal. T:I.'. p. m. I MMACT LTF, TON ( 'I-TPTIO V C 111 1:01. Forlalitv mass. T a. m Children's mass, K:3o a. m. Late mas. 1 11 a m. Evenins service. T:3'l p. tn. nnonvv cimisTi.w oirncir. Jtandolph Cook, minister Residence, 110 South Broadway, phones and 175. Sunday School at i' 4 5 a. m., air. Dearintr. guperintendert. Sunday school. &:l'i a. m. Junior Endeavor. t p. in. Senior society. 7 p. m Preaching. 11 a. m. and ! p. -Typi'i of lormoiii: n.orning, "Jesus Deming Society Notes Min ftraip Coebel enlettjiined at a beautiful dinner Wednesday hist in IcUicr of her sister. Miss Siel.a Hot bel. Miss .Mariiitet 'ioehel Is nticniJinK 'he Kb miner normal at Silver City. Mr. and Mrs. L, 1. Tucker were hosts Monthly evening at an informal hut delightful LOitdi supper, mli-r-laining at their icsidence in Spruce street after the performance ;. t the I'linces'i ihafer. Mr. .1. M. Moran is atiendlng Ine Dental . onvention at AlbiMUerfue, leaving lust SSiinday. He -was accom panied by !r. .1. C. Stanfill of 'I'ucuni cari. who had lo-en the guest, of the. Mornn family recently. Mrs. M. A. Xoidliaos left Sunday morning for l.os Angeles to Join her mother, Mis. Km herfm d, for a so journ at Long Leach. Mr. Henry Hall is expecp,l home the early part of the onilng week from Los Ang"lc.s. wbeie she has been with Mrs. If. L Mush, a guest of !lif Hotel I'e Luxe. .tis. Homer C. Keames diid Interest ing little children left during the week for a visit to Michigan. Mis, .lossie Woodward after a de lightful sojourn at Mineial Wells. Is visiting in Maifa, Tev Attorney !'.. F. Hamilton anl H. (' Mush motored to Sierra county on a business trip Thursday ias', Mr. and Mrs. I. M J'rvor of the X.m ranch passed tfirough Homing Frtdfiv en tome to Kl Maso to spend a few lio irs with friends heie. Mr. and Mts. Prcor made the. trip over land. Mr and Mrs. .1 A. Mahoney, Miss Mnrv Mahoney and Miss Theresa ' lark motored to the Ties Heirnanas mining distri't on the I'ouith. and Bpent the dav at their roontty home at the mines. Colonel Porterfifcld of the First regl- SliVt. OF SOX4.K. tmly thy dust is heie, t Ii dust. I'.ut when 1 hill May uncloses I lei- petals a ml is .1 line. 1 feel A heat 1 lieal shake the rosea. Earth and Die sun "were wec to us, (iicen glass and brooks and laughter -- And I cannot Hunk of thee a ghost Within some strange hcieafuT. Dawn and the hi. Is were glad of us. Tossed corn and windy meadows -And I should not know (hoc as a shade, Pallid among pale idiadows. Slats and streams were friends to us, b ar skies and wintry weather And it was not wiatb and wraith with us. Ttul flesh arui blood together. (mlv the dust of thee is here - -Mut when mill.- own dav closes t Will lie down beside thee, love And mingle with thy loses, - Don .Vlaripiis in X, V. Evening Sun. ment N. M. infantry W'as here this week, calling on many friends Mi.-s Wanda lading spent 41 few days In FI Paso with friends and was the recipient of many delightful ourle- tiies While thele Swope eriteMumetl a handsome. y ap in honor of A'lj 1 Ice H.-tring, Major M . L. Kii nf man and Captain 1 1 at Dr. Samuel Saturday last pointed dinner era I Hatty T. Stern. Motor l-'ornv. The name day at noon Mayor M. L. Xordiiaiis ehlerlained the dis tinguished party at luncheon at the Han v Ilo ise Attorney Luvmond I!. Cyan of Sil ver City was a week-end gin si heie leiently and spent the time 111 ot fit- I lovably wih f 1 lends. Mrs. William ueim urn! left Mondac for a sojourn p3"ific 1 oast. Sunt. M. F. Summers of Fe was in Ibe city Friday Father J. M . Cm met spent days last week in Lordsluirc. .Mrs. .(. c. 'j'.i lor motored t horo Fr dav afternoon tor tin end. daughter ab.ng the I b Santa a few w eek- Belen Society Note Mrs. VV. A. Wiimore. of Mjrrie.la. Cab, is tiie guest of Mr. arid Mrs. Huh Wet more. Dr. .1. A. M Zcigler and Mis Uuth Zcigler motored to A Ibuu'ieniiie Thursday taking as their guests Mes dames ,laev i.mii and S. K Cotton. Mrs. L. i'. Keeker entertained tho Mridge club Monday afternoon, com plimentary to .Miss Edna Mat Kldow ne.v. Titos who played wen. Mes dames Maul Dalies. S. K. Cotton. -I It. Meckef. dr.. Ilernert Jeffersurn. L. C M(ker and Missei Lin ie My ker, Ed nt Ma V.'Idowney und Metsie F.u dcrstine. ,V dt-htriitful iced (nrse was gprvPd. Thi troop ttain linvimr on hoard the First Pennsylvania radio torn de li, lined In re lor an hour Monday eve- uiiig. They were a splendid looking lot of men and nenilv all were cob lege uraduntcH. Mr. .1. M Meeker. Jr., . . 1 veiv tlioiighllully Douglit up lino town's siipidv of be ci earn audi ln'ought it to them, ami It w as verv j much apple, ihIciI, alter the long hot ride. I Alts. Jack I. 1111, of Kansas Citv. is j the house gin-si of Mis. S. K . Cotton Mr. I Dili y Kroemg. i.r Flagstaff, An., is Ho- guest of his mother. Mrs. Flori ti.e ktoemg. Mi. Kioenig Is 0111- of tin- most piomising young arlisis of the .soul hw cr,l. and his paintings of Arizona set 111 1 v have been verv much iidiuti ed. Miss 1 'ota Morgan, of A lbiiiiierpio, was Hi" guest of her tuoilier, Mr. Le Km- Mm :4a li. this week. Ah. and VI 1 s. L. '. Meeker, Miff. Mei ki-r, Jr., :lisseH Lucie Meeker. Met sic I uiilei stine. Edna, Ma. 11 .Idowney Fred lie. I.er. Mrs. llaack. .Mis J. It. and Mr. I'tcl l aulkucr liave motored to the Wlnie Mountains in .Vti.olia, where they will he In i niup for the no.M ten davs, lifter which iliev will be the guests o Mr. Augustave Keek er, on bis ranch at. Springer. Miss F'nretii.e Owen is spending the week end Willi Mrs, C. X. Wilson, The Ladies' Aid society was enter tained by Miss Merlha Miitz Thuisday af ternofiii. owing to a numbi r of ah sinhis. thete were not veiy many out, but that did not prevent those who wet" there from 1 njovlng Miss Klltz's charming hospita lit . A delb iouw iced 1 out so was seived. Those present- were Mcsdint.es C. . Wilson, It I.. Abel, Muni Dalies. Ileverfotd, .swlt't, Viel slo h Flush r and Misses I'eiuJ lley erfoid and Lomsa h'ihl ;: About Books :: 'The Sud of the Mighteous," hy Juliet Wilbur Tompkins, is lhi strng gy of til- f ii 111 i t v of an Illustrious man, Serctio I'age, w tio gave his life lor other men's families, but neglect ed to leave anything save a. 'name' for his own Chine, the younger daugh ter, to whom her fatlor la simply an ideal, pious the saving fon-e In the moiii of unconscious parasites upon society. Most natural Is the Page rniinner of drifting, of letting otheti. do for them. Siueno I'age whs a fatu ous man and l.eiaose of his serenes to humanity ,is family gol the idea ihiit li waft llieir due ihat liumanif.v should look for them after his oYa'tt. The son, Kalstou. was put Ihiough Harvard Lv 11 family who wished to do something for the family of a great man; and the youngest ihild, t'nloe, went to Fnrope with another famllv Mcshh s this 1 lie family's whole man ner of life wok a serious of petty graft. Each was so nhsoibed In d-iifig some thttn: big that lierouldn'l bottler about any of I he sordidricss. i ' )i toe had 'be It list of lli.s taint. She i hard-working and honest, be sides being hen 111 if nl and ; live. Her loy.iitv to her mother and to the wav's of her family onuses 11 break hit ween her iiiid her cousin, Alex, who is In love with her. Inspired hy the unkind Insinuations to which she lie cm. it's more and more sensitive, Chine .slurls winking rm her living. Sim makis good and in addition to making enough lo .-uppoil heiself she Minis a hue biilanci- of the vvoilh of things which she has never known befotc In the final test. Mts. Mage proves hel'solf lis great as I lie renowned hus band and in her heroic death fulfills nil (but chine's iib-aliiiii; bus made of her. All Ihtoiich Hie storv the statue by Men no Mime, ibe famous lather, is Hie ciiu-.ihlc svmbnl of the 'rm ht eons.' When it is lorn dow n the Page chil dren becin I a lire the false uMno- hphcte in whiib Ihev have been liv iim, the shallowness of Ih'ii point or view II inn 1 lets Mile however, to the reailif what liappciis lo any one in the storv except "'bloc. She Is mi lovable and so intense, so loyal and at limes so Id. ml thai one feels evi-rv one of her MriiKKIc-c ineic is gloiy in the spb nihil ilev" Inpiiu nt she niiit"-s She he. nines Ihe fine, inti gent woman of whom as a svvecl im pulsive girl she gives piomlse. iither new hooks. 'Her Husband's Pulse," .Martin; ' 1 ltd .Indite Miicst," Cobb, "t inier Hie Countj v Skv," Mich mood; "The 1 1 ' 1 ,111111111 l.adv," I'.ati-s; "Tin- Twin Sisters," Format! : "The Hidden Woman," I'tilluni, ' Mi hold tlio Woinnii," Matte. WONDERFUL REN To or frmibl ;,i I ! Sl inn -m ( 'iitl' t t I TUl I I ' I H of I l' Si.,i,.4 li ;inil iih-'itH. AitM I'tl'.i"-fiti"H, V, 1 low- .I.njM.h" . iip. -id lit ii ir uidI ed !i4 r fiinl niiiiMiiiK ft -ni Stoiiijith 'I i"n- hlo 'jh'.uii imIh --r M.'.in;t'fi K u 1 f i ! MVi I io i r ct-tnjiii-t c D'cnuMT l.i l i vi 'm W'.iidI.t fiii , nt' tiv. ' nitlio urn- n'lb-r f"i sti'iiifif h A l! in i'ii 1 s. 1 'or fii !( I'V ' i i n I.', i n i h v i i lt i o. IL m .1-1 mm, If you only knewthc luxury of water softened with 'RAI N-WATER C RYSTALS you would never be without it.