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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, October 1, 1916.
TKres f f f V t ? V T f ? ? f ? Neu) Fai Buttons, Popular for Trimmings Yc liac :i very r mpU-t c stuck "l lnttoti. jij nalors ami mzcs. -."" to $5.00 tin- dozen. J'ur trimmings in wiiltlis tnun 1 i 4 indu's wide, mole, seal. 1 c;i er. ncutria, skunk, opossum, rnninc, 7t"0 to $7.50 yard. Silk Georgette Crepe Collars so! 7.v, i?i.-r, i.ro, ijc.oo and itwards TIu'h1 uihlrin.il'lv smart Cape and I'milail Collars arc' l'a-liioiicd of iAiuisiic silk eormuc nqH'; soiiu- arc tucked and pleated while others are clahorately hand cmhmidered. In this as-oitnicnt thcic are more than thirty -six styles and every one is an exceptional value at the price asked. visit: di i i IKY niT or TOW N 1!V lM III I) r K( i i s rosr M il, OKDI l!S .i v i :n I'KOMIT AMI (' I! 11 TTi ATI IM ION II V M7;,j I IV Advertise 11 hat IIV 5V .1Viyi'yj t'j. A Most Complete Sweater Shop on Main Floor All our Sweaters were bought six months ;ioo. thus ivinL;' l our customers a material saving. We cannot duplicate the values when our present slock is jfone. ANT. OKA SW'i'.ATI'.KS $6.50 ire of white, -ray, Copenhagen Iilue, emerald t;reen and old rose: all sizes. SII,K I'im'.R SWKATKRS $3.98 AND IT lulled V models silk lilier Sweaters, in ioiM. Copciiiiaen and old rose. y y V V V heavv Sweater t y t y y y V f y t y t y y y v y y y y f y V votir heart. When you see them you will decide that v,.u can use at least y y y V y .1 11KAYY W'OOI, SAYKATKUS .S7.50-KK) pure w.h.I red or jn'ray ; sizes 3d to 44. r.hXTKD SW'K.Vl'KRS $5.00 -Copeiiha-cn and old rose; sizes 34 to 44. SIIKTI.AXD WOOf. SW'i: ATl'.KS $10.00. WOOL SWT.ATF.RS $2.00 AND IT U to 14 years. CIIII.DRK.VS WORSTI-D SWT.ATKKS $1.50 AND IT 3 to years; red, jjray, white and colors. We have about two dozen Sample Sweaters in children's .'j;:'.c"i's. all colors and stvles, to he closed out at about Ouedialf Regular J Vices. So if in need of a sweater ask to see them. Blouses You Will Like And the Prices Are Irresislable 3 Center Tables Kull of New d'eorgctlc Crepe JUmises, flesh and white, beautifully embroidered and trimmed with line- lace. I.are collars and deep cuffs. Crepe de Chhie Blouses, flesh and white, some embroidered, others de pend on Iare double Collars and still larger tucked collars to open your hearts for them. V,iV Mouses of taffeta and -ilk serve; bright, c'aeerv color combina tions. ust to -te them will Haddeti one of each. Priced at $1.95, $2.9o, $3.95, $1.95 err If At the its and Coats Economist New Silh Petticoats Just Arrived .New PetticoaU of jersey tops with taffeta flounces. New Petticoats of all taffeta in all new fall colorings. New 1'etti-:-oats in all the new stripe- and plaids. Pretty Petticoat-, rut fled, pleated, or frilled, to wear with the new fall costumes. We have a larc collection in .all of the season's favorite ('"1- J firings in changeable and solid eolot effects at prices rauini;' from $2.95, $:j.;0, $5.00! $7.50 AND IT. y Y y y y y y y y y y y y y Cozy Winter Underwear The first touch of cool weather -cnes to remind one of the colder davs soon to follow. And our new fall Underwear is now in. Women's fleece lined Vest and Pant- at 50. 65 75f and up. Women's fleece lined liiion Suits at G()f 75, $1.00 and up. Children's fleece lined Vests and Pants at 25 and 35V Women's wool, also silk and. wool oannents in Ixith Vest and Pants, also Union Suits, made in all the latest model-, high neck loiijr, hit;1i neck cIIhiw, low neck elbow and low neck no sleeve, ankle length or knee lentil Union Suits. Come and see our hi"- line of Winter Underwear. All popular priced. i "' " 3 ' 5 iiV I MiHinery Tlu'y arc !rc(iHiUly fur-trimnu'd, and tlurc is every indication that I'nr will predominate as triininint;'. It is used very lavishly and many novel effects are gained hy means of fur cd.o'es and huttons. The New Suits $19.50, $25.00 AND UP Many of the suit jackets are "Pinter-tip." some short er, some hih waisted and some normal. The tailored Suit, in whate(r hue it is built, is cho-eu because it i individually becoming. There are rich Velours, I '.road -lotlis, Series and Poplins in the deep s, ,ft shades of the -eason midnight blue, Java brown, hunter's ureen. Pur mmdv and purple. Peel free t come in and see the-e lovely t'aniients wlu-ther you are ready to buy or not. The New Coats $15.00, $19.50 AND UP New Winter Coats in handsome assortment of colors and fabrics. Soft, warm fabrics, yet lii;ht in weight. The new collar which is so prominent in this year's Coat niav !e either of srf material or fur, or tur-trnn- med. Some models are loose, others semi-fitted; beltec in front or all around. Materials are l'.olivia Wool Ve lours, Velvet, I 'lush and Publish Mixtures. Come, try Coiled, seasonable models, atti act iv ely priced. We are aavint almost iiaiiv arrivals ot MEr0 -,w''?? aew, correct style's and hi-h- (K f r st uahty to sell at $5.00, JiMI t y iri.r .iiiu V'"'"" iuki m " t This season more than ordi nary attention has been tiven to the higher class models. Unt rimmed shapes are shown in an extraordinary variety of pleasing models and materials. Vour in.-peetion of the new lines is respectfully urfed. New Economist Silks and Woolens for Autumn Our Shimerv P.eautil'ul Silks Are Distinctly in a Class by Them selves. We Invite and Ur'i" Comparison. The collection for Autumn are now at their Ust and in clude the new and wanted kinds such as fine black and col ored dress satin, black and colored taffetas, erees, chaimeu-e, poplins, satin stripe and plaid silks, coWed and lancy Cicortctte crepes, etc. 36-ineh fine soft finish P.lack Taffetas, special at yard. 30-inch fine soft finish colored and black Taffetas, special at $1.35, $1.50 and $2.00 vard. 30 inch fine black Peau de Cyne for skirts and re-cat $1.25 an.l up. mm, 40 inch pure black Silk Crepe de Chine at l... ami $2.00 per yard. , . . 3i-inch pure silk Satin, exquisite eveumt: tuiN and co-mcli pure silk Dress Satin, street and evening shades, $1.50 and up. Specially attractive color combination and designs m 311 inch striped and plaid Dress Silks at $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 vard. f y y y y y t y y y v y y t y y y y y f y V t y v y t y y y y y y f y y y v them on. see w hat lovely Coats they are. Women's Gown Shop XP.W PAUL ('.OWNS, for alternoon and evening wear, of silk, satin, C.eorgette, metal brocade or silk net, trimmed with metal laces, fur, spangles or beads; serge gowns with chenille or wool embroidery. $19.50 AND UP Misses9 Gown Shop NTW PAIJ, SKRCP COWXS, exclusive Misses' models, of navy or black Prench seri;e or serge combined with silk or satin, al-o Scotch plaids in rich colorings. 14 to JO years. $14.50 AND UP Children's and Misses' Dancing Frocks Made of C.eorgette crepe, pleated chiffon, nets, -ilk and satins, pleated models and nt stvles in all the new evening shade-. Sizes irom 10 years to 10 years. All rri-p new frock-. Priced $10.00 PACII AND IT. New Skirts of the Latest Fashionable Materials tus-ahs and silks are siown in skirts for dressy fall wear, also lioni lant ire .eautiiul satins, tus-ahs and silks are siown m skirts to uany clever models of serge, poplin and w ml faille in plain colors, checks, stripes and ilaids, ranging in juice from $5.00 to $25.00. Dress Velvets and Plush 40 to 54-iuch Costume Velvets. Silk Velvets, Twin Cord Plush, Veloiir du Xord, etc., black and colors. Priced at $2.50 to $7.50 the yard. ' New Woolen Material for Women s Garments This year every woman will want an entirely new suit or coat and' the materials are so stiicrior to those of previous seasons. We have new P.road'cloths, Gabardine. Prcilch Sngvs, Zibiliue, Mannish Mixtures in plain colors, plaids and stripes. New Coatings We have plain and plaid coalings, Zebiline Rroadtail, Ker sey and A-trachan. Come and see the new goods and the low prices. No Trimmings Equal the Splender of These Metal Laces Our Pace Department is showing a beautiful array of these magnificent trimmings along with metal allovcrs and bands 'p,x.insite flounces in gold and silver; metal laces m gold, silver and colors. . Novelty flounces and allovcrs, beaded sequins m opalescent effect, for evening gowns. Georgette crepes, metal cloth, 36 niches wide, lull line ot colors; aPo gold, silver and steel. V y y v y v v y y y y y V f y f ? y y y y y y y y y y y y y y Santa Fe Society Notes 'at 1 bo Village of th,. i nini'H, was iitiiiish.',j in Hie iiitll.vtiml world. ! a soi'irty t:i it of iiiui-h dimiity ami Ana uithoiu no.-., inly ;iit.u.iik-i brilliancy. What tli. Cosmos elub is n..cy u..; l,i licc th it Wlfil tin- Wash to Washington from a lit.-rtirv, !-ii-n- inulim sm L j i m ll r. s.i-i-ts l tifi.', civic ami socml slaiiilpoint, that tin. national . ; i j . i t ; 1 1 , tin- .. w .Vl.xico tin- Santa Ko society is io Santa l-V. society uill I,, to the IaU; whiih it It includes th en ana women of represents. Till-" Miiiuav ,; iM ivc i 's1''"1' h'IVl' ;"'l",''1 1,1 "It must he taillier j.ot,..! thai this I!.' kin o, '" H ," VA - i "' li'crary, art ami s.anma- 1.1 U, j,., v is , , ,, . ,.( , .,, u. , ,,,, , f ., . , " ,h"U l,ul s"" "l.l'cim; .ai who I...1.I to l.ih i.h .ls ... .1u.-,!.r-,lMMmt.:, x, w M, xl(n in -iftened touch ami crumblms , iifl,. w hen t he Hocnt y I;, i-s ,os-. s- M , jllt) ,,, s, ,,, , A .,.,,.;, Ww !""-' ,. , osion of its new home, it i ! have tiie I j , j;, e(i 11: v, ...-.,t., ..... In inula-' ... ivies ci!,k- to summers slnne ,ll(lM ,lei;a.it iua,ters of any o. xan- , , f lhls ,.,, ,lth. ima su,- tl, mhens toned to amher w.m: WMUm ju x,.w h,M,,, I ',.,,; 1, ,,, ,, ,,v ,,. ,,,.;,,,,, f New UU ",rt f'1'1' "1'"' 'JUilder s Sliriner po-idcd at Thni-dav ' '- , V!, o w ah a n , n ! , h I .: 1 hr.mhiv lireidll. I,., , w.l e.! I ' , , , i 1 A , V. i.. . . , - - I h. Ili'lliiu, drill .imii , , 1 ll'll ICt ' ..11 II ''I 1 ' l 1 I ! ' e ; . : i e l e I e- ' s in neaiuy most ciiwne. TliV shattered ,.,. f softest Bray '' rallies m a ii ture of the sea, hit of sky, a wind-swept Ifu, A headland bold with white gulls fi'cp; Imp'iiiK stilt in slow decay And eloiiuent of mystery. stalely columns mcllow-hucd Ar.. reared aloft ill lordly prido, ruined dome is scattor.-il wide, vl'ray wet with life imbued, laev seem as thinss with life imbued, Where deathless beauty .still may bide. W'mfieid Lionel Scott in Boston Transcript. A ;i, i:kt. hp first incetine for the season 'l the Santa fe Sooiety of Arcliaeo- "'s.eal Institute ii i u mind -tin- rnited greater .li es J i I 'h'lie ide- and ac- spei t and ad iiiiim ! p m .f ed pi i I. I hi nil'..: hunt Stab s and i iiiiii.I;i m ; ! i e t iia n a 1 el leT e ' I I.V MS. In t li" i:s i ll . J.i I i il ev COlllie, 1 I'd Will. ,o bill lllllie; Of 1 :i i,i stale. w.. h , e I '. .' i. i d suh- Manlially ill l.he f.M.tv.-t.s of other and oh', r w e.-l e II s' a 1 1 -. Oil 111 Oils ,is ..Hiltl the p: one.' loll a:el l'"-P ! lutf r,i of an m-i I u' en f..r a- 1 1 . and e e 1 1 i 1 1 I I e i . I' r I 1 , II I i ' ' f I IMC p:n '1 a i .,.,1 ejl f on Thursday evening i AYR'S WDNDERFUL DFMcnv a m m m 1 1 r"'!l Sionn, Cancrr and Ukcn of the ' maih and Inlontlnei, Aulu-InP.xicatlnn. v , , . j Lilif imiil 1 in am Utiir. ailment, result trmn Stomach Trou. Th.iinands of Stomach Sufferer! owe felieitalh ns upon the icinao ib e s i cess of tile society alal li.at he "ileerdy sensible of I he I mior ' lieins ele, te, (he first pres. 'lent, h- ; spoke eloiiicnt ir as fo lnw s li.'fore pi'oceedinir wittl 'he pi'"-; lira in appoiiileil for this i: Ir.u'.l vo-. ; to offer a u oi d of felt, id i ion ;.,inn the, remarkable sin e, ss w hioh has tlcn'b d the establishment of t II i New Mexico! branch of the Archaeolo.acal I-slitu!" of Am. l ica The read no well win en . i. . I: .1 .i.l 1 mi if "as "" " " 1 ' i ,..-! V it rapid growth of the so let-,. .i-aH , y ( . powertully tor tiie nuie1" i"1" which animates the p. epic of ibis siaic; ;tiui n nie,io. we'. e-. i j ls name of New Mexico ammiK iidtureil communities of our nation, and of' other nations on this imlineM. than. von may i.erhaps as ot in. acme. Within less than a voir e:ir n. mber ship has reached a total of . :-;hty '" ii'"'i' ' ''' , ... ...loletli Ih.l ,he title I ol .Ml" If .'II ny in") in ' i , ,., i ... I.., of w Melt the nal'onal instilute i com- v 1,1 - .,' posed. i happ' ti to I. now son' ' lun- ''.' ' ; ' "' of the opeiatlous of the 1., , o.t of , 1 1." a, 1 1 n . , i-t , .. ope amal 1- II. l billll, ltd 'he ;.V "I .. opli S W tills.. not .en ..f siaic and na lenf, lissi al -o i on' no u'al ill liar. let -r. this ' ii.oiumiiiiIi has a t Ir.i.s far be i Hal He ordinal' , ', (,as a In ad y l . .heiinb d . i,.ii - ' ,.millv I.. I'- ' l "'lit. :rid w li... nelie ! ll's to us. 1.1.1 il HI I"!' H' etl.al !l!.. il I in iter.al w .v. are on! j I,, he p. I. ol'.e.i. ! u I', tut):.' -tal t.v. tiiir c- 'ill 1(. mp'.eta recovery to Mayr'a Wonder- medy. ITnHkfl any other for Ktomach Ai.ii.eiui. Fur tale by drugglnu evtr) where. t b it io I llislPUte lor and c..';;o. of k i a met p a. on ;i 1 1.:. I ot U.IK I I.KH.II ........ 'o. ..,i,''.i , 1 ' 1 1 1 1 hers, and far with It- "On r II 1C I. I-- I l oi o i . ' - . (i , , f i v, , . , , ... , Which nhMos has a wa. mi t '! '' ,''',.,,, " ,', O '. ' ' ' .1 .,1.11.1 in I II 1 1 OO o- 1.1 ' .1.' unisons desirnm to loin that there is no ori;.. nizai mil in mai city, aside from those of a politn a1 or social nature. In whi' h membership is more earnestly soiiuht. and none whose meetings are characterized by so ureat diKtiity and distinction, or which nttmbers ainon its membership so large a proportion of jcrsons di- f H'Oi w hat dim;. di md '.aline of cla- ploicas and .lour- - ' - t,, the coil, .' s and i.i'i". I'-H " , 11,1 winch tin- in -"i . !- " "" s,,"s- intended to coiupi te. I!-- fun tens !" pins wh.re that of the liniwi-lties ends; and Its peculiar and only pur pose is to pro.-eoiito ;, ii ,1 foster rc soaichi s of an ori-tinal rli.iriu 1. r, ami to develop by prailical ttaiiiinu in the field, from amoiiK students eoin i t i .t-c from universities and s. hools properly so caiiiii, the workeis by whojii such res- arches can be car ried on. In this t'speet the results it has to slimy constitute the host ei ih tiro ,,f wisdom of its founders, ami of the ability and fitness of its ad ministrations. It has In . ti in active nperition about i itht ycai.,; and with in that lime il. bus. by its own meth ods of traininn, developed an e.pial number of poisons competent for, .and now actually doiuii. creditable oriai nal wotk. Six of them are now in i barf;.' of important and highly re sponsible works of that character, un der the auspices of six of the greatest s.ientitic institutions and uni v ersi I iei of this ooiintiy. includinii th" Smith sonian and the Tinted Slates National, Museum. ; The Mavan I'rohlcm. "iiy cniiimon consent, the mo: t im port. nil an haooloi.'ieal problem upon the. Ameiican conl.uent i the nnrav-elim- of the mvstcry of the Mavan civ iliz.il ion m Central America- .me , whose ai hi. cm. ills m an and ariil-, te.tiire must take rank Willi those of. Die ureat am K nt nations of the' orient, and the only one in the two I Americas, so far as known, which has a written lannuanc. Some knowledne of its exlraoi dmai y remains has been brouuht on, from time to time for' mole than half a century by occa sional explon is. I'm! il remained t"t the School of Am.riean A re h a et .1 ok v'. from I's hcad'iuai ters hole in Santa l"e. to con. eive and formulate a broad plan for its patient and sv-iemaiic in vestigation, by winch alone any adc ,,n..te s.ibiii'.n of the problem , an be i xpi. t.d, and to aotualllv coinlu' m e this w oi k a! one important point 1 This was lurried on for seVi ial e.us .v the ibre. t.-r and members of the taff of the s hool. whose training f"t sin h research, s was had iiii.hr the school nvht here in New Mexico. The expense was met '"'t of resources se cured by thu school in various ways, isl oni such lion of ill tin ;in, some of the results were shown at the San I noun Imposition, to the amazement, of the American travolniK public, t,, most of whom even the ex- on this continent of structures s these was a comphte revela I'o i.roneilv study this Croat problem, according to the comprehen sive plan which had been evolved, was fiiun.l to rc.iiiro unlimited time and u ii pre.ciicn t .al financial .support. The prole. I was therefore brought, to the itleniion of the authorities of the Car-n.-ule Institution of Washington, one he wealthiest scienlilic insl it ulioiis world ' 'onvim ed of t lie sonnd- m ss or the plan, and induced by the example of what, had already been accomplished by our school, they de .Vj.le.l :.. undertake one pari of the work, and f"r that puipose appro pi iat. ,1 the largest sum of money over provided for Mich all enterprise, to extend over a period of twenty years. Practically a life vvotk for the rii;ht man And for lb it man they came strainht to the School of American Ari h icoloey at Santa Ke. New Mex ico. 'I'h. v selected from iimoiui its staff the one whose practical expe rience already gained In both the .Ww Mexican and Central American fields, fitted bun for such a. task as no other man in this country was fitted; find they committed to him the direction of this (treat work, so magnificently end.. we.l. Thus there came to this man the realization of his life's am bition, dreamed of ill his student .lays al Harvard, and (.'Jowil into a fixed an.l d. finite purpose .Inline, his years ..I tr.iiinnii and of niaturer research with the S, hool of American Aichae-olo-v. Alihoiio.li bind, red by the dis imbcd conditions prcvailion in 'hat l otion, I he m I; is now in a mico-ks-f,, o i . 1 1 1 o i n a i y stiii;.', and results are l..-,;iiinimr H appear Of these we are about to barn some! hi iik at fust hand t" n i lib I. 'It is a singularly happy eiicum- sl.llioc that the fiisl lo.lliim f.. 111" voir of the New Mexico branch oT the Alihaeolomi.il Inslitiile of Amel 1, a should ho hiKiiull.ed by n - conn I of the progress of this iiiotiu nieiiial umlerlakiiiK by th. n.-nt I.-noiii to whom I have icfeireil, at once, our colhMKHt. ami fellow citizen. 'I'he position which he has nained as a profound student and thinker; an In trepid and tireless explorer; a. pre eminent authority on .Mayan hi.ro (jlvphies, and an Instructive nn.l fas-i-i in. 1 1 tin lectiiter, uives abundant lis sui.itice of the l . 1 i (; 1 1 1 fill entertain ment which is in store for us. And thus there remains for me only the wholly unnecessary, hut none, the less pleasant, formality of iid i od u.i m; to you one who needs no nit rod in t ion to a Santa Ke audieme- Iioctor Slvunus ti. .Morley." Mil. MOITIA'S I. I t'll in:. Sylvaniis Cnsvvold Morley followed with his I. "lure: "Hiintimi IlieroKlvphics in the Cen tral Miieriean .luiinhs," an intensely lucid presentatnm or an abstruse sub Ject. ill which the element ol ttllill inn 'advciiiutes. hunioidus situations, reinai kable di.-ov 'i ics. strikinii tropi cal scenery eiilercd so as Io make the lecture the most n'o!t w.uthv heard for some time in Santa I ', The 1 ''t ure was not only profusely but also vivid !y a nd well lllustrald,. w it h a personal ton. h in t he pi. 1 arcs beca use they had been taken by the lectunr himself. 'I'he lecture blollKllt to the audience the latest ilisoivci ich and com Insions in Miijii a ri haeoloi;y, and took the hoards Irom the surf-beaten shore of Ooznniel mid Yucatan to the mias matic ium-.h-s of Honduras, and Cuate mala - snake and insect infested tropi cal f.iic-ts. 'I'he discovery of an un known Mava city after travel of in , i , ddilc hardship and the t r.'.oic death of several iiionln'i' "I the c pcdilion. were aiiiom; Ihc stalllnu; episodes described 'I'he I !i I i expe dition of the farn.'i;le Institute, of which Mr. Mm lev had .hatiic, in part . ov . rcl I he sa io. o I as t hat i it.-, by Mr. Moihv while with th School of Amen, .ni Aloha. 'olocv nt Santa I e ami bv Us other men, such an lnicclor lalnar U llewett, Jesso Nuslniu I. K. Adams, haul Morris ami Mrs W. .1. Hark. r. Mr. M"ih .V opened his lecture with a snip of cartoons, by K. M. Chapman of the Santa Ke school, which brotniht home "he point that an haeolocv is not nec essarily "dry as dust," but touches everv field of human lhou,:ht ami activ ity from art to zooloc.v , inakim; use even of animal instinct. Mr, Mor ley has been lecturing at the I niv. r sity of California, al l.eliiu.l Si.mloi.l I'l.in.nlii ot Wall lliel'o and I. "S An il .null. in-. I on I'. mo Siva BREAKS II COLD III A FEW HOURS First Dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" Relievos All Grippe Misery, Don't stav nt ttf fed -up' gull l.h.wini; and si: a I f ' ink ' A riooo r.f "I'ape's c,,!(i Cm pound'' taken every two hours until ihloe .lns are taken will "-ml grippe niK-ei'v ami break up a severe eld eiiher in I ho head, chest, body or lniil'i. It promptly epoi.v . ...i".'...Mip nos trils and air pa ss-m.-s . stops r:1-ty dis. Ivirne or no-, ru .-: i e r. I'.-va s HI K head:., he. illlllm'-s, f . vcrb-h r; s, sorr throat, snci'vinir, ,rt ncss and st if I'ness, ' P.i pc's CoM Compound" la th liii.K.st, Foiresi. relief kr.own and costs ,,niv 'J5 cents at drug stores. U mis without assistance, tastes nice, nml causes no Inconvenience. Don't Accc.pt a lubstltute.