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HI The ECONOMIST SILK' CARN of HERE YOU WILL FIND A SALE OF SILKS WITHOUT AN EQUAL. THERE ARE SILKS THAT YOU WILL WANT. NOT DRIBS OF THEM, BUT YARDS AND YARDS OF THE SEASON'S NEW EST AND MOST POPULAR KIND AND COLOR. AND THEY ARE GOING ON SALE MONDAY AT PRICES THAT WILL APPEAL TO ALL. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, October 8, 1916 1 . ?T7xJ 1VAL 26 in. Fancy Silks 26-in. Fancy Satin Stripe and Check Silks, just the thing for waist or separate skirts. si. 25 vaiuc- Special 89c 27-in. very fancy Plaid and Stripe Satin and .Taffeta Combinations in both dark and H lit shades, $1.50 value- Special 98c EXTRA SPECIAL 27-inch best $1.00 grade Messaline, all col ors, both for street and evening shades Special 69c 36 in. Taffeta and Satins 36-in. Colored Taffetas and Satins in anv Shade Desired. $2.00 .Value Special $1.45 SPECIAL 40-in. Willow Cloth in all the new street and evening shades, $2.50 value Special $1.98 98c is a price that will appeal to every woman, especially whciiiUmys the season s most popular bilks, sucn as 4U-in. erepe ae Limie, -in. Silk Poplins, 40-in. Charmeuse and Novelty Silks. yd o Also 1,000 Yards of 36-inch Black Satin, Black Messaline and Black Taffeta. Values to $1.50. SPECIAL 98c YARD SEE WINDOW DISPLAY J 36 in. Fancy Silks 36-inch Novelty Stripe Silks, $1.50 value Special 98c 36-inch Satin and Taffeta Stripe and Plaid Silks, in both evening and street color com binations, $2.50 values Special $1.59 36-inch Fancy Silks, worth to $3.00 and $3.50 yard Special $1.79 and $1.98 yd. In the assortment of 36-inch Silks you will save from 50c to $1.25 yard. EXTRA SPECIAL 40-inch Extra Heavy Crepe de Chine, $2.00 grade & Special $1.59 yd. SliK S SEE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAY OF 98c SILKS y EL V ETS 18 to 24-in. Fancy Trimming Velvets, $1.50 value, Special 98c 52-in. Solid Color Twin Cord Corduroy, $2.50 value, Special .$1.98 50-in.-Scintille Waterfall, 45-in. Kitten Far Velour and 45-in. Chiffon .Velvet, $7.50 values, Special : ;. . ... .$5.93 Velvet Extra Special 52-in. Lroa'dtail Velour and Twin Cord Novelty .Velours, $6.00 values DOORS OPEN FOR THE ECONOMIST BIG SILK CARNIVAL AT 8:30 MONDAY Special FRKE OIT OP TOWX HY IXSIIU'.I) rA!Hi:i.s POST $3.98 36-in. Black Taffetas Black Satins Black lessalines SPECIAL MONDAY 98c YARD IIK( We Sell What We "Advertise What We Sell 'Advertises Us. MUTi OltDFltS ;ivk.v I'KOMIT AND cAi:i:rirj ATTENTION SEE OUR SPECIAL WINDOW DISPLAYS mm J m 1 mi i ii ii in in in hiiimhiiit mi i fir- BELEN SOCIETY NOTES J 11 r- K. Taylor of Pueblo, Colo., has '"''l'te(l a position with A. T. & 8. V. ; -Mrs. Frank Fischer and little daugh '''!', Mania-lie, spent the week-end in jj-'i"il'UTl!i.. 'tr. C. X. CiinTiinctijiin renrespntinEr I "'J1 vi.sitini; friends here this melt, S -Mr. and Airs. A. M. Crawford, form s'' y of ('r.iwfordsvillo, lnd., now of uei ' ee. Ktinlil- Unm uv In Tin in S;?'1'" K1,'-St of l'rof. u J. Ulrica and " arm .m,s. c. Kaker. Mr, Jack Lynn of Winslow, Ariz., ""l the week-end with Mr. and rs- H. K. Cutton, returning to Wins- ;hair gray? then APPLY O BAN It Darkens Gray Hair Evenly If ymir hair is gray, streaked with '' prematurely or just turning gray " Your hair is dry, harsh, thin or ''""s. simply shampoo hair and scalp tunes w ith y-lian Hair Color Ke J'rT. ,s,,nn every sfnUid of hair Y'fiher Krav or not) hecomes evenly " soft, f,sllyi fiffyi fui ot i,fe ';1 I' liln, full and heavy and fasci mKf ?ml Pn,lre head of hair is so auTitiniy and evenly darkened no coulii s,isp0(., you la(1 apped q. " It is absolutely harmless and 'ive, lmt Q.San arts on ro,,iSi re. 'K eulor L'lllll.lM nn ii iiwinnv. ""antce, Mi,.' for a hi',' bottle iifl . inc., I rii(j Stares. Albuquerque, Out-of-town folks supplied by low Monday, accompanied by Mrs. l.ynn, who has been the guest of Mrs. Cotton for the past two months. Key. J. A. M. Zeigler, Miss F.dith Zeigler and -Mr. Thos. Arnett motored Santa Fc this week. Miss Bashford has been the- house finest of Miss Ruth Zeigler this week. The Women's club held the semi monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon in the parlor of the Commercial club. Mrs. M. Berber and daughter, Elsie, of Albuquerque have been the guests of Mrs, John Becker Sr. for the week. The ladies of the Order of Macca bees held their monthly business meet ing at the commercial club Friday afternoon. The ladies of the Methodist Aid so ciety met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. I. Lindsey. A delicious two course luncheon was served. The guests were Mesdames Keese, Sim mons, Gore, Jennings, Disbrow, Servic, llerril, McKee, Campbell, Duffy. Little Miss Sam Grace Kinney and Master John Finney Jr. entertained their kindergarten classmates Friday afternoon. The invited guests were: Amourette W'etmore Agnes Herkey, Kthlyn Wilson, Maribelle Fischer, Masters Donald Mack and C. X. Wil son Jr. The refreshments consisted of ice cream, cake and candy, ami. it goes without saying the kiddies had a good time. The ladies of the Lutheran Aid so ciety held their usual outing Thurs day, spending the day in the woods and eating the good things that were in the picnic baskets. One of the vo linger ladies suggested the Heaver dam he visited, and after climbing or rolling under innumerable wire fences, and forcing a trail through the dense undergrowth for a mile or two one of the fair Hex was heard to say as she separated' herself with a dex trous twist from a clinging vine, i don't believe there ih a d heaver in this river." The ladies and tneir guests -were Mesdames J. H. Becker Sr., Wm. D. Radcliff, S. U Wilkin son, S. K. Cotton, C. Ij. Kaker, C. N. Wilson .1 R Becker Jr.. Paul Dalies, C. W. Frasier, M. Berger, Fred Beck er, C. C. Lyon, H. W. Wetmore. W. A. Ifismukes 'and Misses Klsa Berger, I.ucie Becker. F.dna MoF.ldowney. Louisa Fiel, Metsie F.nderstine. The ladies gave a leap year dance to their husbands, sweethearts and friends Wednesday eveniti;; that was by far the nicest they have ever given. .'The floor was never better, and the music, which came from Albuquerque, was? perfect. The ladies and their I guests were: Mesdames J. B. Becker jr., ran i uaues, o. i,. j'.aiier, i.. it, Cassel, Frank Fischer, C. W. Frasier F. A. Dclgard, M. Fox, Jack Lynn, Kthel Lynn, W. A. Lee, Hall, Car ruthers, ('. C. Lyons, Hugh Wetmore, Ceo. Hoffman. Misses Lucie Becker Louisa Fiel, Lisa Becker, Frieda Beck er. lOspinosa Hutz. Lourne Scverns, Trehey Bashford. Finney, Lindenberg- er, Armstrong. Tompkins, Hoffman, Simmons, MoF.ldowney. Messrs. Frank Fischer, V. B. Dalies, J. It. Becker Jr., Leader Viclstick, U. C. Becker, 11. Kronig, 10. Taylor, Bennie Becker, Win. Becker, Adair, Moore, Brown. Dclgard, lice. Klhmiscr Si veins. Lin derberg. Kuukle, Campbell, Itigncy, Wood, Davidson, Itobinson, Buck land. Fox, Lee, Carruthers, Cunningham, F.nderstine. Tlie Rotary club of Albuquerque motored to Helen Thursday evening ami held a banquet in tho largo din ing room at the Harvey house. W. R. Walton presided as toastmaster in the absence of Dr. Shortle, president of the club. The responses were made bv John Becker Sr., W. M. Fox of Helen, ('apt. W. C. Reid, Mr. Marsh of Las Vegas and l'rof. Kirk of IT. X. M. The music was furnished by the university string orchestra, which was brought for the occasion. The club members and their guests were Mr and M''. Ward Anderson, Dr. F.. J. Alger, Kenneth Baldridge, Dr. I'. (!. Cornish, Rev. Hugh Cooper and son. Hugh, P. F. McCanna. E. A. Davis, .1. Hanniim, J. B. Ilerndon. K. A. Kisller, l'rof. and Mis. Kirk ami niece, Miss Burton of Hutchinson, Kan., W. C. Ocstrirh and Miss Bryanr: W. C. Reid. .". R. Sisk, Bert Skinner, W. It. Walton. A. K. Walker, Dr. i. S. Peterson, D. A. Ma pherson, II. Finery Davis and Miss Allele Dunkerly of Funis. Tex., J. F. Coodell and Mrs. J. A. Dudley and daughter, Florence, of Toledo, O., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, Mr. and .Mis. Marsh of Taos, X. M.. Arthur Sisk and Miss Ruth' Tompkins of Helen, John Becker Sr., Mr. and Mrs. P. Ii. Dalies, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fox, Mr. and Mrs. John Becker Jr of Helen. :: About Books :: WONDERFUL Uj Jor Lun trouble Gall StonM. Cancer n4 Ulcer of the 8tnmrh ani Tnttlnei, Auto-Intixlcathn. THlew Jaiindlr. Appcnillclll n3 thT falsi allmenti! result from St.imaeh Trou ble. ThMuam1n ef Stoma.h Suffir-r owe their complete recovery to Mayr a WenJer ful Remedy. Unlike any olher fer Stomach Ailments. For sale l druggint everywhere. Kathleen Norris is rapidly, perhaps too rapldi.v, mastering ber ait. There is danger in that, like Chambers, plie may write too quickly to write as well as she might If sho were not so anx ious to produce a best seller every year. The Heart of Rachel follows quickly on the heels of "Julia Page," and though one notes a decided Im provement both in stylo and technique one also oiiserves tlie evidences ot a most feverish baste. Rachel is a mas terpiece, but one character. Ho matter bow finely drawn, cannot make a, treat novel. Her first husband is real unpleasantly real, but the sec ond is human only in flashes. There arc times when ho seems to be flesh and blood, but too often be is merely i machine worked by an apparently overworked novelist. Having seized upon a big idea and found a woman in every way filled to express it. Mrs. Xorris simply cre ated the rest of her people as so many figurts lo fill out. the s' cnery. A lit tle more time and a little more thought and she could have discovered just the type of second husband who wohbi luiip provided the desired con trast. When it comes to the portrayal of groups of representative people, the author displays a fine knowledge of collective human nature, but In de tail she is weak, and weakness in de tail argues haste in tlie ease ot a Competent novelist. nut why emphasize the defects In what, is really ail excellent romance? There is no reason unless It be that Mrs. Xorris has incited us to the set ting of a his1' standard. Ia many I wavs the story Is the best which h" I come from her entertaining pen. Homo critics are complaining that the Now 1 York color Is not faithful, but then tl.ev live In Xew York or nearby, and Illel-e nr., lifMIII ! U K WOllllI III leCOU nize their own town If they saw It In a moving picture. Tho local sur roundings count for nothing when the render is lrivcn sllell ail absorbing DH'- sonnlitv as Rachel. Wherever nho lived she would be Interesting, and because In addition to being beautiful and Intelligent, she is lovable, anu human. Korliel wriQ brouL-ht no In Califor nia, the daughter of a characterless, though handsome Fnglisliman, and a not too enlightened country girl. Khe goes to Fiiglaiid with plenty Of money, but It docs not bring happiness. In stead she marries u. worthless man for whom she cares but little and who cares for her still less. He is a drunk ard whoso repulsivciiess Is aggravated bv the parentago of a spoiled and cat tish girl. He married Rachel because be wanted some one to look after his daughter. The wife bears up under her wearisome load with great fortl in.ie until sh comes under the spell of tno doctor who attends to her hus band In bis drunken bonis. I li re mainder of the story Is indeed won derful The nieellnir bet ween Rachel and (he pretty little actress who want liachel to give her new niiHiianii a divorce so she, Maggie, can marry him. is written most powerfully. An interesting story is told of one of Mrs. Xorris' stories, perhaps tho first which she placed with a iniiga- Deaincss Cannot Be Cured hiwcl applications, as tliey caunot rcl..b j-.. ,.. -op Th.tu In onlr (till UineBt.!!! ooi ii'mi ui iii -" ..-... . j to cure deufneim, and Hint Is by const It ul loo- 1 remedies. Deafness Is csused by sn Inflsoisd cii'llUon me mucous uum m" r.u.. Tube When this tube Is liiflsmetl jou hss rumbllne sound or Imperfect bearing, and wftet It Is entirely closed lissfness Is the result. an4 unless tlie indsmrostlon csn be tsken out sod this tube restored io Its norms 1 condition, bear ing Mil be destroj-ed foreter; nine esses out ol ten sre esused ny ( sisrrii, wmi-u to Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. Wl will Kle line pviiui J ! of la-smew (.aused be catsrrb) rhst csnuot Ix cured by Man a caiairu . ..... UrVr'' r. J. CllBNTir CO.. Toleoo'o. Bold by IrtiflM, 76c. Ta iisll f 1'sffiU? rUH Ut CO<!itleB. . ti:a, They've flowers and cakes and candle light, and chair by crowded chair. And I it i very sweet nnd kind because) I do not care, f think that I am hoping still if I am very good And talk to those around mo us u courteous lady should, Tho room will softly split across, and roll to left and right, With all Its smiling paste-board folks and colored things and light, And let mo run Into Hie Kiuss und climb a sunset bill And find three hours, one year ago, when I way living still. Margaret Wlddenier, in a story of California life which appeared In the Atlantic Monthly. The story wont to twenty-six magazines before it was printed, airs. .Noiils' husband made an alphabetical list of other magazines, and sent this story fust to the Atlantic and tlnn to Hie olher twenty-five. They all re.l (ted it. Then Mr. Norris started in again and this time the Atlantic took it. In ( onsoquenco of tills experience, no doubt, Mrs. Xorris Is a gnat believer of the persistency in the joung writ er's efforts to get his or her work be fore tho public. She considers that the desire to write generally indicates the possession of the power to write, ind that young writers are too easily il iscou t aged. The I loo knuiii. t.ovcrimr (.i.tiiLs Pardon. Santa Fc, Oct. T. (lovernor Mc Donald today pardoned Fred and John Sakafiason of Socorro count V. who were convicted of cattle stealing in January, l!lB,iind given a sontencB of one year in the pi-niteuliary mid $oiMl fine ami coHts. The district Judga who sontenovd tl'e'U l,Jl,l u " , ot 11,0 Jury recommended a pardon. CALOMEL SELDOM SOLD HEi NOW CM Hit IM'lnk lNiisoiied W'utcr. Santa Fe, Oct. 7.--l.'xam iner J. W O'Byrno of the forest service, reports that twenty-five to thirty head of cat tle have been killed bv drinking wat er water from Pino crick near Bland Into which cyanide from the Cossack mill Is supposed to have found IIs way. Tho mill dosed down some time ago. Masonic Officers .Named. Banta Ke. Oct. T. The Scottish Rite Masonic class today elected (irand Master Amos XV. Pollard of Iteming. president; Albert K. Dorlf of Santa Fe was elected secretary; Myron II. Sa bill of Albuquerque was chosen treas urer und Charles M. Barber of Albli quviyue, class tiiwtur. Nasty Drug Salivates, Makes You Sick and You Lose a Day's Work, Every druggist In town your drug gist and everybody's druggist, has no ticed a great falling off In the mil a of calomel. They ail give the same reason, Dodson's Liver Tone la tak ing Its place. "Calomel is dangerous and peopls know it, while Dodaon's Liver Tone i perfectly safe and gives better re sults," said a prominent local druggist. Dodson's Liver Tonn Is personally guaranleed bv every druggist who sells It. A largo bottle costs 61 cents, and if It falls to give easy relief in every case rf liver sluggishness and consti pation, you have only to uak for your money back. Dodson's Liver Ton Is a pleanant tasilng, purely vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake, up fedlntf fine; no biliousness, sick head ache, acid stomai h or constipated bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause in convenience all the net day like, vio lent calomel. Take a dose of calomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak, tick and nauseated. Don't lose a day's work! Take Dodson's Liver Tone Instead and feel fine, full of visor an4 ambition.