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Albuquerque Morning Journal ; Tuesday. May 18, 1920.
CRESCENT HARDWARE COMPANY STOVES, RANGES AND FCRNACES TINNING AND SHEET METAL WORK GLASS AND CHINA WARE Phone 315. 318 West Central EIGHT TOMATOES TOMATOES The best of the season, first shipments out of the Imperial Valley. A better flavor and the price is lower, pound 20c Strawberries expected today. When you buy No. 57 Coffee at 55c You get the value of any coffee packed in cans at G5c. Fresh ground just before delivery is made. WARD'S STORE I CRESCENT GROCERY VOMER H. ViBI tl( Marble Avenue Humes . . . 17J-17S-1T ROBERT JONES Coal and South Walter Phone 71 1 ILdH liSli DCDfPn vfntii inn (Lr Where Ef erjbody Goes TODAY AND TOMORROW. Connne Griffith In "Human Collateral" From the story, "The Lust Woman." Also the Kinogram Weekly News Reel and a Comedy Reel. Thursday "Pnriners of the Night," by Icroy Scojt. STRONG BROS. UNDERTAKERS Prompt Service. Plume. 75. Strong block, Coppei Mid Second. 1 nr LOCAL ITEMS When ordering mlllwood, tel. 487 There will be a regular meeting of the Woman's Benefit association Of the Maccabees this afternoon at g:30 at the Odd fellows' hall. G. E. Mullare, district superin tendent at Denver for the Armour company, Is on a tour of inspection to the Armour southwest branches. and stopped over here to see A. 11. Wilde, the manager of the local branch. From this city, Mr. Mul lare will go to El Paso, after which he will return to Denver. . Ernest Spitz has roturned to the city after a visit of six weeks in New. York city. Mrs. Spitz accom panied him east, and will remain during the summer with eastern relatives and friends. Charles Clay, of Jemes Springs, drove into the city yesterday, and expects to return to the springs Wednesday with several visitors and some neeSed table supplies. Mr. Clay says the road to the springs now is in good condition. Mrs. A. B. Stroup returned yes terday morning after a six weeks' visit in the east, where she attend ed the national woman's suffrage convention in Chicago, later Join ing a special committee appointed to in Invade Connecticut. Mrs. Stroup returned homo by water from New York to New Orleans, i Dr. J. J. De Praslln arrived In Albuquerque yesterday on his way to the, Hagen coal fields. Ii Ward Shepnrd leaves this morn ing for the Manzano forests. He Will be gone for ten days. 5 S. E. Piper, of the predatory ani mal bureau, left last night for the north where he Is strenuously pur suing the extinction of the preda tory animal. J. H. Llgon left also to return to the lion hunt in the black range. Already five linns have been shot by the hunters, among the latter is Ben Li y, the famous lion hunter. ' The regular meeting of the iferotherhood of American Yeomen will be held tonight at Odd Fel lows' hall nt 7:30. All visiting Yeo men are welcome. The Women's Missionary society of the Central Avenue Methodist church will give their regular Tnonthlv tea at the home of Mrs. P. E. Harrington, 703 West Sla'c avenue, Tuesday afternoon, from 8 to 6. A very-interesting program will be given. Everyone welcome. On the complaint of Ilumaldi Gonzales, ,Iunn Garcia, one of the water users on the Atrlsco accqnia, was arrested yesterday and taken before Justice of the Peace John W. Wilson on charges of using the water without the consent of the major domo, and with allowing the water to flood the road and sur rounding fields. : There will be a meeting of the Contractors' association in the Chamber of Commerce building ut 8 o'clock tonight. The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters will hold their regular business meeting thiB evening at 7:30 o'clock in the W. O. W. hall. Fncalled for telegrams are held nt the Western Union office for Mrs. V. J. Lowey, Mrs. i,. jv Hchnell, Hock Thornton. C. T. Rheinharold. GeoiRe Sells, L. E rrrnn. Turrich Shows. 8 A. Howell, an employe of the Panta Fe shops, who loft Wednes fur Tys Angeles to consult a specialist in regard to his eye, has written his wife that it will be nee essary to have the eye removed at ,nTh'ree armv trucks were dellv. rert to Citv Manager Gladding yes terday for use on the streets, one to be used for a second street sprinkle, another for a dump wag on and .tne mira wm y BUY THE BEST Stands the Test LET IS PROVE IT I IDEAL THEATER M theater I -g pastime s I ! Showing the World's Finest Photoplays, Presents. LAST TIME TODAY 1 - - TODAY AND TOMORROW I I I HIGHEST CLASS IN EVERY WAY 1 THOMAS H.INCE J t m, ' . ' HIS SPECIALLY SUPERVISED PRODUCTION n . ft"' 'DanoerbusHoursI .. ' lMUyfmht Wll nffmMW PICCADILLY JIM' ? 1 Vrffl1 Round the Town With the Town Rounder I I The j I! jl "BURTON HOLMES TRAVELOGUE" J r to ft ,ltimIlly r ? !,IvrntiMillP J ''li wNL MIS nrDDrNT ncwTQ " Hi r. g. wo,ui.ou. IIJIWieH Kegular fnces. a CocUn. Easy Payments If You Wish ROTHMAN'S Mush; mid Jewelry Store. 117 S. First. Phone 917-.I Mull Orders Delivered Free. I S PR I N G E R Transfer Company WHT- appreclale ymrrpatronas .-U-9J(1 .UX-ta jilease. yon,.. . turned over to the fire department to be used in emergency calls. The trucks were purchased for $500 each Two ore of the Kelly-Spring- rieia make and the other an M. F. W. Dr. H. P. Nottage, associated with Drs. Tull and Bakes, has ac- j cepted an appointment on the med-1 leal staff of the Canton Christian college at Canton, China. He and I Mrs. Nottage will sail sometime during the summer. Thomas P. (Table, state game warden, was a bUFlness visitor here yesterday. Oovernor O. A. Larrassoln was in Albuquerque yesterday, cn route Santa Fe. , li. Chavez was fined $10 In po lice court yesterday on a charge of violating a traffic ordinance. Wil liam Sullivan was fined $10 on a charge of vagrancy. An order restraining Romolo Ciiardlolo from t.iklng the child hen of his divorced wife, now Va leria (t. Clark, out of the county of Iternnllllo, was issued yesterday bv Judge lllckey. Mrs. Clark, on learning that Onardio'.o intended to take the chl'drcii out of the state, filed a complaint of which the above order is the result. Guardl olo has the custody of the children but his divorced wife is given the privilege of visiting them at inter vals. Marriage licenses were Issued yesterday to the following persons: Julianita Campos, of San Jose, and I.iberato Campos, of Albuquerque: l.ula Hi nder, of Jerome, Ariz., and George If. Foulk, of Muncie, Kans. A recent Issue of the Kansas City Star canted a photograph of Miss Hath Miller, niece of District At torney ,7. A. Miller, of this city. In regard to her graduation from high school. The report Ftates: "Miss Miller has to her credit the highest possible attainment In any course, five 'I s' In her grades, and she has been an officer in her class the last two years. For grading and excavating, or sand and gravel hauling, phone 343. PINON-M T FRESHLY SHELLED Machine Shelled, Machine Separated Packed to order In one-pound cartons, glass Jars and dainty gift packages. Fannie S. Spitz, 323 North Tenth street, phone 802. Seote KayakaVa fto c HE PEVlUT CLAIM KOBERTTON-COLS What You'll See in "The Devil's Claim" Picturesque Scenes In New York's Lafin Quarter. High .links in the "Polly Ann" Care of Greenwich Village. The Interior of nil Ancient Hindu Temple, Showing the Se cret Clmmhcr of the "Devil Worshippers." The Mystic Incantations of 'intra, the Ilisli Priestess (if the "Devil Worshippers," The I iiiquc and Gruesome Revenge of an Egyptian Sceress on a Member of an Oriental Secret Society. Gorgeous Hindu Interiors of Hindu Palaces In the Heart of Paris. A Remarkable Feat in Photography Showing the Spirit (X a Dead Man Entering the Itndy of His Murderer ami Making Him I lie Instrument of Vengeance. Hayakawa as a "Mental Vampire.'' n Man Who Draws In- spliation and Ideas from Others us Material for His Fiction. Showing a Startling nnd Dramatic Experiment In Occult ScN ence -or Metempsychosis. ADDED ATTRACTION ROSCOE ARBUCKLE in "FATTY CHASES CHICKENS" REGl LAR PRICES. CONTINI'OFS, 1 TO 11 M. GENTRY'S EGGS At Champion, Hawkins, San Josn, Skinner, Highland and Pappe Stores; 60 cents per dozen. $1.50 SUITS $1.50 Clennrd and PrMnrd. VrrtmrA, 76c. Work Guaranteed. ' Delivery. Columbia Clewline Co. Vhone SDO-W. City Electric Shoe Shop Phone 567-W. FREE CALL AND DELIVERY 209 South Second. HAY FEVER Its Alleviation and Cur. Dr. O. H. Conner Office Stern Bldg. Phones 701-J 825-W. Th) biirffeit ant! beat mo tor i jnovintr outfit . in . town. Henry - Matew.Trn8fer. Four Days, Starting Sunday. May 23rd The year's most pre tcntioiis Htm filtering, Prlscilla Dean In "The Virgin of Slam houl." See other ads for prices, hours of shows, etc. CA5H,LVRRY 5LRVL- 5LLT GRQCLRY AIRlinitrDntnr m mtv YJ Phone 60. 205 South First Street J. A. SKINNER FLOUR PRICES CONTINUE TO ADVANCE But, fortunately, we have a car on hand at the old price which we will turn to the ptiblo'at tho old prce. AVo woulid advise you to lay in a sack or two. .: 48 pounds Red Star.. ,.$3.83 21 pounds Red Star Sl.99 VI pounds Rod Star $1.01 10 pounds net Hed Star Corn Meal (line grain) eic Cactus Ilrand Creamery Hutter, made fresh from pure crpam ,....6lo Silver Dale Canned Peaches, large cans, each 32e Silver Dale Canned Pears, large cans, each ...!s5c Ltbhy'a Pure Apple Kutter, quart cans, each ........... aoo Guitard's Pure Cocoa, one pound cans, each ...54c This Item is advancing on account of sugar. Shipment Florida Grape Fruit Just arrived. . We are not afraid to name our prices to the public, because we knpw others cannot beat them. . - j . . ' Remember the axiom: Watch the pennies and the dollars will take care of . themselves. , ,.Thlg-ta old -uituff, ; hut nevertheleaa, -fcttll -true. ' . '-' ' - w" WANTED A Good Porter; None Other need apply. ELKS' CLUB A 100 Plus Comedy Also Mutt & Jeff in "The Burglar Alarm" and Fox News No. 54. REGFLAR ADMISSION. Coming MARY PICKFORD in her latest Super Production "POLLYANNA." "'T!?.- Hslliri -P.. aP Cerrlllo. Stove Anthracite, All Hlze Steam Coal I'hone l ALBUQTJERQCE, W. It. BITTNER HOUSE ROOMS aiUJa South First. Phone 221. D. M. WILLIAMS Dentist Rooms- 1 and 2, Whiting Building Phone 681 Corner Second and Gold MATTHEW MILK Phone 420. 648 Call Bert for good wall paper it ml painted wall cleaning. 648 Let Us Send a Man To replace that broken window glass. Albuquerque Lumber Co. Phone 421. 423 North First 1920 POLL TAX NOW DELINQUENT Pay $1.00 at Citizens National Bank or mall check to Tom Morrin, P. O. Box 86, City, and avoid suit and court costs. Auto Laundry & Garage C. W. WILLIAMS, Manager Painting, Washing, General Service. Guaranteed Repairing. Tel. 9IMI-.I. 421 N. Second Road Tax For 1920 IS NOW PCE. Pay $3 at 206 West Gold and avoid ault and court cost. J. II. SMITH, Collector. "THE PIPER" A Costume Play in Four 'Acts by Josephine Preston Peabody Presented by THE JUNIOR CLASS of the Albuquerque High School in the HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Friday, May 21 8:15 P. M. Reserved seats at Matson's Wednesday May 19. SPEND TONIGHT IN CABARABIA SEE CABARABIAN NIGHTS A MUSICAL ROMANZA Hear "King Solomon," "Simoon," "Atavistic Girl," and others. I. Crystal Opera House TONIGHT Malone Taxi, Phone 158. Loudon's Ice Cream Wholesale and Retail Bricks and Individual Molds a . Specialty. Positively No Saccharine Used. PHONE 2405-R1 CRYSTAL THEATER "THE MASCOT" Will be presented by the little boys of St. Anthony's Orphanage, Thursday and Friday night, May 20 and 21, at 8:30 p. m. Matinee Friday at 3:00 p. m. If you want an evening of fun, come to see us. B9 Coming to the CRYSTAL THEATRE Next Sunday Afternoon, Night and All Week The CHAS. & GERTRUDE HARRISON Company of Thirty People. Expert Catering For Parties and -Dances, -; Grimshaw's "Grtmahaw Wants to See Too" PRIVATE SALE All of my Household Effects Call between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Mrs. .Alfred .Grunsfeld ,1015 West Central The Ideal Theater Announces the Year's Most Pretentious Film Offering PROSCBULfi D in "The Virgin of Stamboul FOUR DAYS STARTING SUNDAY, MAY 23RD n Adults 50c; Children 15c Matinee, and Night. Phon 939 I