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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Tuesday, September 7, 1920. It's even a surpriseto us to be able to sell MONARCH BRAND COFFEE At 50 Cents Per Pound. But that is the price, commencing this morning. : WARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARS Sli Marble Arenue Phones , . , 179-17S-174 CRESCENTGROCERY ROBERT JONES Coal and Sooth Walter Phone . . . 7S WOHEAD AT DQMIMGO 15 RICH CIIJCAGQAN j LOCAL ITEMS j fVhen ordering mlllwood tel. 487. A. Perrlne, Ladles' Tailor, 210 West Central. Phone SS2-J. j i Amndo Romero arrived yester-' dayfrom Winslow, Aria., to visit1 his wife, who la stopping at 700, Wem New York avenue. Mrs. Rupert Huntsman, son and daughter, have returned from a visit to Bowling Green, Ky. They were accompanied home bv Mrs. Huntsman's slater, Mrs. T. W. Pat ton, who will spend several weeks here. The Security Benefit association will hold their 'Hilar meeting thia evening, September 7, In Jef ferson hall on North Third street. 7:30 sharp. It is essential that ail members be present, as the of ficers for the ensuing year will be chosen at this meeting. Mrs. pearl Walker, financier. Deputy Sheriff Fred Bancs, brother of Mrs. T. J. Arrnilo, was here yesterday with his son, Charles, and daughter. I.oja. Ills daughter will attend school at Ber nalillo this winter. A tub of tar caught fire at 13l! West TiJcas avenue yesterday morning and the department was Called out. There was no damage. Meeting of the Security Renef t association will be held at Jef ferson npll at 7:30 tonight for elec tion of officers. Losers in the membership con test of the C. K. society of the Con gregational church will entertain the winners at a picnic Saturday might. , G. Ft. Paveranee and Henry Nv land, cbnrged with passing street cars while passengers were being discharged, and S. N. Brewer, charged with sneeding, were fined tin each in jiolice court yesterday. WOmen'B Benefit Association of the Maccabees will meet at 2:30 this afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hall. , I. W. Chapman, c.alhip attorney, ho was named deputy command er of the American legion at the recent state convention in Boswfll, Is In the city attending the repub lican state cor.vention. Miss Mlldrei Tharp leaves to'lav . for Laguna, y'neie alia will teai h In the public schools, v Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Patterlee hBve returned from a visit in the east, Mr. Batterlee attended the national rlf'o matches at Camp perry, O. Frederick Ward has returnen from a alx weeks' visit with his sis ter In Carey, 111. Cornelia warn re mained to ftttend school in carcy. i Frances Fergusson, who has been spending the summer in New Mex ico, returned last niaht to New York. Gustave Baumann, Santa re artist, left last night after spend ing the week-end here. Cturk M. Carr, Miss Virginia Cnrr, Clark Carr, Jr., and Henry Stoyer. left Sunday for Boswell where Clark, Jr., and Henry Stover will enter the Itoswell Mil itary academy. . R. R. Larkln, of Las Vegas, rep sentatlve of a publishing house, U in the city on business. Miss Madge Martin left Sunday for Gallup, where she will have charge of the department of nelence and mathematics in the McKlniey county high school. Mrs. Clark M. Carr and Miss jldele Carr will leave Saturday for New York, where Mrs. Carr will ar range for passage tn Kurope for herself and Miss Virginia Parr, who will Join her in New York later. ' Mrs. A. B. McMlllen and daugh ters, Mrs. Pearce Rodey, Mrs. laurence Lee and Miss Katherinc McMillen, returned lust night from thf, Pecos. -? Mies jjouiso Nichols has returned from a vacation in Lou Angeles. Mrs. M. R. Jones and Lillian and Oeorgla Jones have returned from a visit to St. TjOt'.'s, Cnicago and otlitr Illinois points. L Peace Rodey, Richard Wood son, Dr. Henry Rolf Brown and Frank Roberts returned Sunday night from Itoswell "where they at tended the American Legion con vention. Atanasio Montoya has returned from Portales and Clovis, where he attended teachers' Institutes.' Miss Ruth Longfellow, who has been spending the summer here, left yesterday for her home In Chi cago. - Dr. and Mrs. Frank Tull have returned by auto from Los Angeles Where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart. Miss Dorothy Stewart and Miss Gladys Llndsey, a guest, all of Las Vegas, motored from Roswell for a few oays' visit here. v ' Robert Snyder, who has "been employed at the First National bank, hus left for Kansas City, where he will attend school. 1 Thomas 15. Rinde, of San Diego. Calif., is in the city for a few A , Pianos, Player Pianos, ' Columbia Grafonolas, Ten Thousand Records, Musical Instruments, Sheet Music and Supplies, Jewelry and Diamonds, Watches and Silverware. ROTHMAN'S MT6IO and JEWELRY STORE 117 8. First Phone 817-J WARNING ll kMflrif ytnr btwfltt wiuttr 6 tot bMMn Addicted to wetkuiiof imrfitlvN t airl luadras: frit try KOROLAXt Mfs, vantla, wholeram. Bait and go Urumt. Obtainable at but? druKflaU, mj Whir. KmlK U rrllaf for many tUmanti, lncludlm wms U nation, daadtahw. diny mlla, kMttftlM. iu, heartburn, loryld U. bad Irraath, nrTouawi, dyspepala, lrJIr ttaa bmisj. Natal and (Antral dslUaaa. POSTUM doesn't Tel you dam' Many coffee drinkers who have : tried the change to Postum feel ; better; and know There's a Reason 7 V 3d days, en route to Fremont, Neb., where he will enter Midland col lege to study for the Lutheran ministry. Mrs. E. L. Bradford and two sons, Ted and Allen, have return ed after spending the summer iu Providence. It. I. Miss Ruth Hill and Miss Hilile garde Erstadt, members of the high school faculty, have arrived for the fall term. Miss Zclpha Erstadt is visiting her sister here for a, few days be fore going on to Gallup, where she will teach for tho winter.., Mrs. Martha E. Costin 'and son, James Costin, of Cincinnati, Ohio, were in the city yesterday on their way to California. J."V. Conway, of Santa Fe, as sistant state superintendent of schools, 13 In Albuquerque on busi ness. Miss Katherinc Chaves, who was operated upon recently at the Presbyterian Sanitarium, is Improv ing. , Or. Tlope has moved lita office w ground floor at No. 412 West Gold avenue, two doors went of Chamber of Commerce building. Ail 'Bernalillo county tlelejratos arc requested io meet at ChiunlMT of Commerce for caucus at 0 u. in., September 7, 10:20. CHARM'S CHAHWICK, Sec. ( Moving Picture Funnies A" suppose voi . PoT0NE0FT.HEifc j Cut out the picture on all four Idea. Then carefully fold doted tin 1 Its entire length. Then dot ted Una I. and bo on. Fold each section underneath accurately. When completed turn over aid you'll find a surprising result. Bare the pictures. THEATERS TODAY J "ll" Theater Repeating for the last time today, Hobart liosworth and his all-star assistants, in "Be low the Surface," one of tho real good ocean scene films ever brought to Albuquerque; also re peating "The Adventures of Ruth," with Ruth Roland in the title role. "BELOW THE SURFACE" GAVE STAR CHANCE TO HE A REAL HERO In no profession is presence of mind a more valuable asset than in motion picture directing. Irvln illat, the same director who filmed the accidental crash of air planes in "The Grim Game," gave another exhibition of his ingenuity during the production of the Thomas H. Ince picture, "Below the Surface," In which Hobart Bos worth will appear at the "B" theater this afternoon and evening for the last time. One of the big scenes in this pic ture is the collision of a steamship with a derelict in the fog and the sinking of the steamer. AVater pours into the cabins and salons of the doomed vessel with startling realism, sweeping passengers and wreckage before it. So great was the force of the water during the filming of this episode that one of the "extras," a young girl, employ ed tn the scene, was stunned and, becoming unconscious, was hurled Into the wreckage. Several actors, including Hobart Bosworth, started to her rescue. "Let Bosworth go alone," shout ed Director' Willat, at the same time seizing the others by the arms. "Keep on grinding," he told the white-faced cameraman. So Bosworth leaped into the maelstrom and, after a struggle of a few minutes, brought the girl to safety. And every foot of It was recorded in the film. -V. . 4 Journal Want Ads bring results. Dennis McBride, the man 'ound dead on the Santa Fe switch east of Domingo, and who narrowly es caped a pauper's burial, was a man of wealth, according to in formation received yesterday , by Fred crollott, undertaker, who is noinniir the body. Efforts to locate his relatives re sulted in discovery of a son in Chi cago, Dan McBride, who has direct ed that the body be sent there at once. McBride is said to have been wealthy. Information volunteered to' the Journal was that the man had been struck In the head and that the in. dlcations were that he was a victim of robbers. This version is unlike, ly, according to Crollott, who de clares tlyU the man's neck was broken and that there were bruises on the body and the condition of the clothing indicated that he might have been struck by a train. The robbery theory was discred ited also because the man's watch had not been removed from hh body and. two full grips of clothing of good quality were found bCBide the hodv. The mysterious circumstances iirronndlnB the manner of Mc Bride's death have not been cleared up. He had been in Domingo sev oml ,iavs. but bad conf.dod his business to no one. The lindv was taken to Los Cer rillos and nlans ha,t been made to hnrv it at the comity's expense meat Knichts of Columbus of which organization the dead man. was a member, had. tne nouy m u few iIhvs until a search could be mado for relatives. Story in Journal Locates Son For Worried Parents nTnno tvini'nlnir fhe Journal .,i.ii..i,.i an Hom that the mother and father of David llritton had written the police here from Monte rey and naked tnat eiions uo muuc to find their son. Tho Journal published the ap peal of the parents who were wor vions to hear from their son, whom they had lost track Monday afternoon David Britton .,n,l nntlen xtntinn and said that he had seen the item in the Journal and had written to nis parents. WORK ON Y. W. HOTEL BEGINS; ROOM FOK EVERY POCKET BOOK The Youne Women's Christian association hotel will be ready lor occupancy October 1. The hotel is located on the third floor of tho Korber building, In the center oi Albuquerque's business district, convenient for business girls as well as transients. The hullilinir s being renovaieu. All walls are to be re-papered and the floors refinished. There will be rooms to suit an pocketbooks. For permanent girls the prices will range rrom " $20 a month; for transients from 0 cents to J1.50 a nigni. Many reservations for rooms been made. JEFFERSON CLUB TO ENTERTAIN GOV. COX Diana 4nr hfl repetition to Gov ernor Cox when he speaks here Remember 23. will be made at a meeting of the Jefferson club next week, according to announce ment of W. AV. McClellan. presi dent of Hie club. The organization of local democrats expects to co operato with the state democratic committee in entertaining the presidential candidate who will speak at the armory. AMARILL0 OFFICER TO JOIN SANTA FE FORCE TrtfrtmaHrtn wri received here Monday that Chief of Police C. M. Davis of Amarilio, has resignea nin nost with the city to enter the spe cial service department of the Santa Fe. Chief Davis has been a police officer for fourteen years and is well known in New Mex ico. SHADY NOOK RANCH Country Batter, Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese. Phone 4O0-J. Mrs. U. II. Thomaa. T.,nnn la williKIT tn ICRVC Sh.in- tung in accordance with any plan that won t require gciung om. Girls Fight Over Pictures; Case to Be Aired in Court Gertie Stafford, who lives at C1j South Arno street, was kidding Nettle Y'ork, who lives in the next block at 725. She had a picture of her cousin, a nice young fellow, and Nettie, taken on a picnic enjoyed by Nettie and the couain. Sho was teasing Nettle. Nettle was peeved because Gertie had her picture and asked for it Gertie wouldn't part with it Net tie Insisted. Gertie persisted. Then Nettle abandoned persuas ion and resorted to force. During. Ilia struggle Nettie bit Gertie. Then Nettie's mother rushed to the scene and roughly grabbed Gertie, shaking her. Outnumbered, Gertie retreated. Anyhow, tills is tho way the story was told to the police yesterday by Gertie's mother and Gertie, who appeared and mado a complaint of peace disturbance against Nettie and Nettie's mother. Nettie and Nettle's mother will give their version of the story in police court this morning. i ' FLOWERS, BEDS ASKED FOR REPUBLICANS NOW HERE FOR CONVENTION The Chamber of Commerce ts soliciting both flowers and beds, H. B. Watklns, secretary, an nounced last night. Rooms are needed badly to take care of the republican delegates who were here in numbers yester day and are expected in Mil! greater numbers today. Practical ly every hotel iu tho city was filled yesterday and it will be necessary for the homes of Albuquerque to absorb the additional delegates. Flowers are wanted to decorate the Women's club for the newly enfranchised voters. Mr. Watkins asks that the flowers be brought or sent to the Chamber of Com merce before 11 o'clock tomorrow morning. DEATHS ANDFUNERALS MONTGOMERY Mrs. Eliza beth Montgomery, '45' years old, died late Sunday night. S. Mont gomery, her husband, will accom- i,nn., tho hnrlu tt TltimvUla Pa for burial French is in charne. i ZIMMERLY Mrs. Gertrudes Torres Zimmerly, 48 years old, died yesterday at her home 313 West llazeldine avenue. She is survived by a son, two daughters and her husband. Funeral arrangements will be made today. The body was taken to Crollott's funeral parlors. LUZANAS Miss Josephine Lu zanas, 16 years old, died yesterday at her parents' residence on East street. The body was taken to Crollott's funeral parlors. Funeral arrangements have not boon made. 15a Taxi 17 CITY HI.KCTRK! HHOK SHOP l'hiine IHU-W. 3t3 Houth Kecoml. lrp (nil and Delivery. II. M. WILLIAMS. DrnllBt. Jtoonii 1 nml 2, Waiting Uuihling, Kei'oml mill t.ulil. I'hone OKI. BITTNER HOUSE ROOMS Silt 1-3 a First. Phono 2HW. It it'a hauls it. bafg-age, Henry Phone 939. GENTRY'S EGGS At Champion, Hawkins, Ban Jone, Skinner, ideal and i'appe stores: 80 cents per dozen. The biggest and best mo tor morinsr outfit in town. Henry -Mathews Transfer. Phone 939. Li - vm I A 77 Whenever youuanta particularly mod cake filling, make it as follow? Heat half a cupful of tibby's Evaporated Milk with half a cup of water, pour over the beaten yolks of 2 eggt mixed nith one table spoonful of sugar, and cook in a double toiler till smooth and thick. Remove from fire, add one tea ipoonful vanilla, one tablespoonful dissolved gelatine, a cupful of stale macaroons rolled fine and the beaten whites of the eggs. Spread immediately between layers of cake. Finely , thopped cocoanui may be used in place of the macaroons, j ' T N ' cakes,' custards," cream sauces ;' wherever your recipe demands a particularly fine quality of milk, use Libby's Evaporated Milk. It is so rich, so creamy I Economical, too there's no waste. Ask your grocer today for .Libby's Evaporated Milk the "milk from famous pasture lands." v Libby, M?Neill 4 Libby, Chicago ' 7 i I A '1 ' , ' I i MILK 7 Packed in Jlr i ' e country ft- -iS """"""""is i BBMaaaMaaMMaaBHMBwaaMan j R THEATER I LvK&r LAST TIME TODAY E I HIGHEST CLASS IN EVERY WAY 8 Cha W. Potter Distributor of DUPLEX TRUCKS 34 Wert Gold Ave. Phone 855 I. O. Box 683 FOR SALE Dodg Brothers' Roadster, early model, good mechanical con dition. KOnilKB AUTO HKPT. Let Us Send a Man To replace that broken window plaaa. Albuquerque Lumber Co. Phono 431. 43S North Firm FOR SALIC OK KXCUAXGK Just received from factory, Wayne gasoline filling pump, gallon stroke, orange finish, complete with electric light fix tures and 280 gallon tank. Fac tory guarantee. Write Box 233 or Phone 2401-J3. ANNOUNCEMENT I am now connected with J. H. Peak in Real Estate, Loans and Insurance, at 714 West Central. Houses, lots and ranches at bargains. .Come see us and get our prices. A. K. MATTHEW. 69 Taxi Phone 69 WANTED Experienced kitchen womanj at onee. MURPIIEY'S SANATORIUM Phono 491. BE A PRIVATE SECRETARY The opportunities In this field are limited only by your train ing and Initiative. We will train- you In Secretarial Methods of the highest quality and place you wnen you grad uate. We also offer superior training in the Stenographic and straight Business Courses. Better a Month In the Mont School titan three inonllis In a K'hool of inferior grade. Western School For Private Secretaries Hi West Tijeras Avenue Phono 901-.J WANTED An Experienced Stenographer. Apply at Kahn Bros. Dry Goods Company 100 North First St. FOR SALE Thrce-roont modern house, largo hlccplng porch and base ment; 50-foot lot. For quick Male, $3,H)0. 12 1 NORTH ELM ST. THE PACIFIC SHOP IS OPEN AGAIN And ready for business. Expert Swiss Watch Maker, 30 years' ex perience in Switzerland, France and U. S. , PRICES REASONABLE 100 West Central FOR SALE Peaches, lb 10c Prunes, lb 10c Pears, lb. Oc T. S. MITCHELL RANCH Sunta Fe, N. M. A GOOD INVESTMENT Apartment house with 12 rooms, 8 sleeping porches, 2 baths, 4 ranges and other furniture, on 100 foot, corner, with shade trees, for only $6,000. J. A. Hammond, Heal ; Estate, 824 East Silver. Phone 1522-H. 10 PER CENT OFF Ou HORSE-SHOE and ULACKSTON K Tires and Tubes, for this week oiny. Fourth Street Garage 401-06 North Fourth. FOR SALE One solid oak dining room suit. Only used three months. 711! Suth Edith Street. WANTED At once, second cook: state full particulars in first letter. State School or Mines, .Socorro, N. M. WANTED Delivery boy with wheel, not attending school, HRIGGS' PHARMACY WANTED Waitress. -Presbyterian Apply at Sanatorium. FOR SALE Six room furnished house, choicest residence district in lowlands. Phone 13S9-M WANTED Girl for .housework; must be competent. No laundry. Mrs. Albert T. McMlllnn. Phone 2410-K5. WANTED Delivery Boy. HIGHLAND PHARMACY IN BY AEROPLANE Santa Fe New Mexican will be delivered here by airplane each day during convention WATCH FOR IT After, delivery of papers will make round trip to Santa Fe and return and carry one passenger. Fare $50:00. Make reservations -at Sturges' Cigar Store Kven Finer and MorJ Satisfying Than Ilw worJh'H "Behind Che Door.' A rash In tho fog A few wild mo ments of terror! And the waves flotse over another ship! Frantic for his young wife a passenger the diver drops to (he bottom. Them, through a port hole, he sees 'a sight that lires, frecA'S, his blood! What? A great love story of the sea. And the most Hina.liig imiler-vtuter ad ventures ever Mined. WITH LLOYD HUGHES AND H GRACE HARMON 1). , i I Added Attractions . S "THE ADVENTURES OF RUTH" I 1 Regular Prices. POTATOES, 28 lbs .. .$1.00 11 lbs., 50c. 1 7 IbH., 25c. Sugar, per lb. .17c Itorden's Milk, large size 14c Borden's Milk, family size ,., 12c Borden's Milk, baby size ...fie Bed Cross Milk, large size i 18o Red Cross Milk, baby size Oc BROADWAY CENTRAL GROCERY Phone 138 Corner Broadway and Central. $1.50 SUITS $1.50 Cleaned and Preieed. rremed, tie. Four rrminf Ticket, S3.S0. Oolnmhla CluanJnc Co. I'hone 6UC-W I MATTHEV Phone 430. milk SALESLADIES WANTED Apply in person. KAHN'S STORE 109 North First AUCTION SALE Today, September 7, at 605 North First St. SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 2:30 P. M. - Four rooms of furniture to go to the highest bidder for cash, consisting iif part as follows: Dnesser, Beds, Springs and Mat tresses, Range, Stove, Heater, Refrigerator, Rockers, Lounge, Stand Table, Table and Chairs. ' , And many other articles not mentioned on account of space. Don't miss this opportunity. Be on haqd early. . J. 1.. GOBF.R, Auctioneer. chool Goods Values SCHOOL HOSE-- 25c values, 6 for $1.00 98c Underwear, 2 suits for $1.00 Boys' Blouses, each f . .$1.00 Boys' Shirts, each .$1.00 ( Girls' Dresses, each 98c School Supplies of All Kinds FREE TABLET OR PENCIL With Every $1.00 Worth of School Supplies. v ! "i t U U ! -..v "ri. I Gallup Lamp TJ r i 1 l Oorrllloe Store Cerrilk Lump ilflnil LjOdl VjOt, llu Stow Anthracite, All Sizes i gteain Coal - v ' Phone SI ALBpQUKRQtB, If . ML - ' One.Cent to One Dollar Stores .Albuquerque Store, 321 W. Central Ave. Second Store From Comer ' '"