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TIIE EVENING JIEItALD, ALBUQUTRQUE, N. If., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1914.
Women's Coats, Suits and Dresses
Suits in fine Wool Poplini, Bedford Cordi, Matelasse
and French Serges; all sizes, values to $35. Coats in Mole
Plush, Chinchilla and Aitrachan; values to $30 4 A A A
Dresses in Silk Poplin, Channeuse and Serge; 111 1(1
Values to $30.00 on sale all next week for .... 1 v" v v
Women's Suits in Navy and Black; Serges
Brocades and Fancy Mixtures; all sizes; values
to $18.00 on sale all next week
Women's Coats in Chinchilla, Boucles, Car
aculs and Novelty Mixtures; values to $18. On
sale all next week ... ..
STAR GETS II
Charles F. Holman, Famous
End on Carlisle Team in
1912 Gets Decree Before
Judge Bavnolds Today.
. Charles V. Hulmen. of Uulluli, an
I Ml Inn ami una time famous end on
the Csrllsle, Indian school football
a r a iti waa (ranted a divorce from
hi Hlfr by Judge liaynolde this
morning. Ilolman waa represented
l' Attorney A. T ' llannett of Oallnp
and th- decree was granted ly de
fault. Ilolman. who la one of .1
very few Instancea on record In New
rT4cxlco of an Indian divorce rase,
wna end on the Carlisle team In
103 nnd prior yeara tiorlng hla col
$3.50 RECIFE FREE FOB
Statu! Nana antl Addrae Txiy Tow
UM !! It Ye and tte
Mtrosf auif Vlcnrotta.
W nave in our possession a
prescription for nervoua debility,
luck of visor, weakened man
hood, falling memory and lama
buck, brought on by egceseeg. un
naluriU drama, or the folllea of
youth, that hue cured ao many
worn and nervoua men right In their
own home without any additional
help or medicine that wa think every
man who wishes to regain manly
ower and virility, quickly and quiet
ly, ahould have a copy. Ho we hava de
termined to aend a copy of the prea
crlptlnn free of charge. In a plain,
ordinary aealed envelope to any man
who will write for It.
Thla prescription omee from a
phyalclnn who haa made a apeclal
eiuily of men and wa ara convinced It
la the surest-acting combination for
the cure of deficient manhood a (id
vigor failure aver put together
We think wo owe It to our
fellow men to aend them a copy
In confidence ao that any man
anywhere who la weak and dia
couragrd with repeated failure-,
may atop drugging himself with
harmful patent medicines, secure
what we believe Is the quickest-acting
restorative, upbuilding. BPOT-TOUCH-INO
remedy ever devlaed. and so
aura himself at home quietly and
quickly. Just drop us a line like
till: Interstate Itemedy Co., t.il
llondyear llulldlng. Detroit. Mich.,
and we will aend you a copy of this
splendid recipe in a plain ordinary
envelope free of charge. A great
many doctors would charge I3.ua lo
oo for merely writing out a pre
acrlptlon like thla but we aend It
More s&viinig' opporMniUies for thrifty women
is our great February CasEn vale
lege course and achieved distinction
on the gridiron. Ma la now a black
smith In Gallup.
TO BE JELEGATE
Local Pastor Will Attend Child
Labor Conference at New
Orleans in Middle of March.
Father A. M. Manduturl, 8. J.. Ol
thla . Ity. pastor of the Church of the
ImtnMculiite I .otireptioii. has been
appointed by Lieut, tlovernor K. C
lf H.ica. acting governor, a delegate
to represent New Mexico at the Na
tional thlld l.ahor Conference to
le held In New Or leu lie. March It to
It. Father Mundularl Is very much
Interested In the subject to lie dis
cussed, regarding the lsue us a vital
ne In prevent economics and , haa
announced hla Intention of unending
tlji' gathering. ; , , . , .
THE WEATHEB BUBEAU
Hunln Ke. Feb. It. Fxamlnutlnns
for the position of asmatant olwrviT
In the weiil her bureau will lie held
on April 15. 1114. at the following
point In and near lu the state of
Hunt Ke and Itnewvll. New Mexico
F.I Paso, Anuirlllo and (allHa, Tex
lH-nver. Grand Junction and Pue
The entrance salary of mbmIkI ml
olnwrxera haa tieen raised to $nft per
nnniiin. and promotion to the hlher
grades la deiiendcnt Upon fidelity
and ability In the dlechiirge o. duty.
Application for Information In re
lation to the examinations, and for
ndmlHslon lo the same, should be nd
dreaned to the V. 8. Civil Service
commission. Wsxhlngtnn. I. C.
All tiersons Inoebted lo the Mrln
toah Hardware company will please
rail at the store and seltie.
j. it. anon.
1 1 Ives, et'semu. Itch or salt rheum
seta you rrwsy. Can't beur the touch
of your clothing. Itoan'e ointment la
fine for skin Itching. All druggist!
sell It. (Oo a box.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
poHITIoN wanted as housekeeper
by experienced woman In hotel or
Institution. Address It. V. Herald.
Foil i HNT Five-room modern
house, good location. f'.rst-rluas
condition. Apply 0S W. Lud av.
VA.Ti:i Information direct from
owners concerning sale, modern.
our or five room bouae. Address P.
U. Ilox in. City.
The Most Amazing Play Ever Offered
pw' bb wea' " j shim T" itrr-s
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Ladies Bargain Matinee Thursday. 50c
50c to $1.50 NOT MOVING PICTURES Seats
Finest Queen Quality and Red Cross Shoes
For Women at $1.95 a Pair
Positively the greatest shoe value ever offered; the best shoe sale of the season; a clearance sale of high grade shoes and
in ALL SIZES (not odds and ends or old style), but a wonderful good sale of smart, up-to-date models in dependable Red
Cross and Queen Quality Shoes for women. You will find Patent Kid, Vici Kid, Dull Kid, Dull and Tan
Calf leathers in Button and Lace. Values to $3.00. t 4 1.
On sale :
Site Easily Best on Grounds.
Says Former Mayor of East
San Diego, in Albuquerque
SPIBIT WILL WIN
Coast City Will Astonish the
World,., Declares Booster;
Exposition Will Begin
Promptly on Time.
Former Mayor llarey llnllemnn of
Hunt Hun Diego, who la mumming the
American tour of leon I !. the emi
nent tenor singer, is at the Alvumdo
en route tu New Turk.
This morning he received a dia
pa'.ch from Han Ulcgo slating that
word had been receHed that the the
c( ntraci for erection of I lie New Mex
ico building waa sinned yesterday.
Speaking of the Hi.n Diego exposi
tion, Mr. Hollerman said:
"JUMt before leci.lng fun Diego lu-t
week 1 lent the day ut the exposi
tion ground. With thousanda of
workers buy conatrecting the great
liulldlngK, the pioarcak is so rapid that
eery day there is aotnelliliig new to
"Having planned to slop over In
Albuoueruue, I vl.ited tile site where
the New Mexico building Is to be
built. Those responsible for select
ing that particular locution are to be
congratulated unil dem-rve the than'itl
of every cltlen of New Mrxn-o. Their
foiexglu waa wonderful, for the alle
li one of the choicest on llie groiinda.
This Is more apparent today than at
I lie time the location was selected,
lor today a doxen of the big while
buildings are nearing completion.
These emphasise !he strategic posi
tion of the New Mexico building. In
dications ate that no one who visits
the exposition can miss t lie New
Vexlco e-.tibit. The building is right
In the path of the grvuteat attractions
which means more xlsltora to your
"The only thing New k.exlcn now
needs to do is tu provide sn exhibit
lhat will adequately represent the
marvelous resources of your stale. The
li ration is one of the best, and I hear
........ !. 1 1. 1 . u it, 1. . 1 . . 1 X" ..-
1... or e,,i,'i e uir r
Mexico hue ever assembled. Thus
exerythlng is propltuius for reaping
o e MEXinn-s
Nights Beginning Toes. Feb. 17
Immense results, ami attractlnK a
great many settlers.
"Kan Diego's 11 ' expoaltion Will
npin on tl.ne. Prompi ly at 12 01
a. in., January 1. Csnnop and guns
will boom, evrrr wluvtle in the city
will blow, and thousnnils cheer when
I he galea open. The remainder of the
night will be one long to be remem
bered by every cltlucn of Han Diego
nnd Its visitors. We don't expect any
one lo sleep that night.
"Although It was recently decided
tu erect two large exhibit building
In addition to those originally plann
ed, they will b cronded. Practically
every foot of public spare la already
taken, and scarcely a day passes that
there are not a doxen or more dele
gations clamoring to be allotted space.
"Those unfamiliar with the 'mil
lion dollar spirit' of Han Diego ran
scarcely realise1 that u city of gn.non
Population could provide a ten-mil-lion
dollar exposition. For a world's
fair such as held at nuffaln, HI. Louis,
Chicago and other cities. It woud not
hate met the approval of our people,
hut everyone said 'yes. and the
money was promptly forthcoming
hen It waa decided that ruin Diego
have a fair absolutely unique, along
new lines, creating the most beautiful
and peclac-ular en-eeM.n ever Tlld
In the world, on our M"-acre nark
within five mlnutee' walk of Hsn
"Four hundred acres of Hie park
are now occupied by the exposition.
Meautirul automobile drives through
canyons and over bills absolutei- sur-
HEIRESS AS BABY
Down In IVmi UnaUa to Work,
and Witt Helped Her.
Summit Point, W. Vs. Mn. Anna
Belle tmey, of this place, uyi: "I xui
lered for li years with an awlul pain in
my right tide, cauted from womanly
trouble, and doctored Iota for it, but wuh
out success. I sulfered so very much,
that I became down in mind, and as help
less as a baby. I tans in the worst kin
ol shape. Was unable to do any work.
I beran taking Cardut, the womar-'t
Ionic and cot relief from the very first
dose.. By the time I had taken 12 boi
Ues, my health was completely restored.
I am now 48 years years old, but Icel as
good as I did when only Id.
Cardut certainty saved me Irom losing
my mind, and I feel It my duly to speak
in its lavor. I wish I had some power
over poor, uflrrinjr women, and could
make them know the good it would do
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
Try Cardut Your druggist sells tt. .
We,,. Chsttsnoosa Meatsine Cs, LaW
Amarr Dew.., itn,. Tsna.. lor ,nm.m
AufvarfMu sn rour csm a4 f 4 out Sosfc. bo.
iaiwa aj la wiwisx. Ji.O. ill
to the American Public
round the exposition site. With dox
ens of large buildings now complete,
around nnd between which landscape
architects and gurdeners have worked
wondera with two million growing
trees and plants, many of tropical na
lure, It preaenta a braullful picture
and will be acclaimed the most won
derful the world haa ever seen.
''New Mexico la lo be complimented
that It will occupy such a prominent
poMtlon In thla great project. With
Han Dleao the first I'niled H-.atea port
of csll north of the Panama canal,
lor the landing of Immlgranta, they
can see Immediately what New Mex
ico offers to settlers and you will
Police Expect to Have Man
Who Robbed Tailoring Es
tablishment This Afternoon;
Police Court Doings Chiefly
The pullce have recovered practi
cally all of the guuda stolen from the
Graham tulloring establishment lust
week will) the exception of Judge
John llnron Uurg'a Imported fur lin
ud overcoat. They expect lo hate
that valuable garment In their hundi
by night, and likewise lo have the
party who stole II. It Is believed to
day that he has been located.
Judge Craig this morning was fac
ed by eight young men. some of
whom hud been enjoying themselves
and some who hud not. One stylish
ly dressed airanoor, wearing a hand
some diamond pin In his lie and an
cnuully handsome diamond ring on
his finger, pleaded guilty to having
violated one of the city ordinances;
he said without Intent to do wrong
and the court let him off with the
Three men, J W. Kmlth. Prmik Nl
Hhlrua. u .lupunese car cleaner, nn.l
I'llarles A. Nava pleaded aullly lo
haling been drunk lust night and
were given , ten daya In Jail each,
with the option of a ten dollar fine.
Jor Williams. SI. Ilerreru, Juan
rtamlrex and Alfonso Morgan, ail
from i ld Mexico, with Ihe exception
of Williams, told the court they were
traveling through and pleaded guilty
to the vagrancy charge.
Suld the court: "I will sentence
each of you lo fifteen rays In Jail
I will suspend that sentence for Just
hair an hour. It Is a bruutlful, sun
lit day without: such u day ss to
make Indoor life Irksome, nol lo
say insufferable. if ou are found
In town after half an hour I will is
sue commitments." The resulting
procession wss prompt.
For a taxi, rail Dl Mauro Phone IT.
T'litnaji eiif jasw jp.es.
Shocking Truth of
Social Causes of
Now on Sale
Illy leased wire lo Kveulni Herald.)
Washington. Ken. II. Senator A.
O. liucon of (ieorgla died In a hospi
tal here today.
Senator Bacon's death waa an
nounced lo the senate while II . fas
in executive session and just befure
it adjourned for the day. The end
Tho Georgia arnator hud been III
from an affection of the kidneys a
little leaa than a month. The end
cuine at 1 o'clock thia afternoon. Hla
office wua advised that the Immediate
cause of death waa a blood clot on his
Senator Hacon was In his eevenly
tlfth year. He was one of the Demo
cratic lenders In Ihe aenate, chairman
of the foreign relations committee and
was In the group of senator Alio
stood fifth In point of service. He
was first elected In lVi. He wus
born In Oeorgia. became a lawyer by
profession and waa an officer In the
Confederate army. IMirlng thi last
Congress he served ss president pro
tern of the senate and presided -iver
the impeachment trlul of former
Judue Archbald. He waa the first
senator tu be elected under the new
conmltutionul amendment for the pop
ular election of senators.
The aerate immediately passed a
brief resolution and adjourned.
Heveral senators said they believed
the long session of last summer hud
conaiderable to do with sapping Sen
ator Hucon'a strength.
"Kenutor Itacon was one of the
most loveahle and capable men In
Ihe senate," Said vlce I'realdent
Marshall. "I had come la pay re
aped to hla opinions. He always
had the fuels to back up hla Judg
ment." If the llacon family approves, Ihe
funeral will tuke place In the senate
A public funeral In Ihe sennte
chamber Is an unusual tribute. In
recent years only a few euch oces-
iona have marked the passing of
dlHtlnguiahed lawmakers. Among
these were the f micro is or Benatnrs
Ishum 11 Harris and William IV
Bale, both of Tennessee, and Marcus
A. llanus of Ohio.
We, Ihe organised bodies of the
building trade department of Albu
querque, wixh In give to Ihe business
men of Albii(Ueritie the names of the
c ntraciors who employ only orgaiils
K A. tlertlg.
J. W. McQuude.
J. A. Harlsn A Hon,
A. W. Hayden.
I.yon ar Axtell.
M. I. Haw telle,
If. I'. Muhn.
IIuiuIkt f'imt rector,
Whitney Co., ,
Hanilsrv If. A I'. Co.,
J. A. Htrum.Uisl. "
funbar sV Meauchamp,
I'reacent Hardware Co.
P. H. Quler.
A. II. I hauvin,
Ftomero Ad. Co.,
htnna slaaiHt Caatra4ura,
M. Ie Tulho,
We patronise those who patronite
tmgnsdi JAM. J. VOTAW,
Hecretary KxmUtlv Board (irganisi
packiny, Trity, price-
everything u in tftvor or
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SATURDAY, FEB. 21st
. Annual Tour
In the Best of All Book
By MYRTLE REED
I Tour direction of United
xiay uo., inc.
Prices 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50
Seats on sale at Matson's
Book Store February 19
OKE fiSGHT OaLY 4Q
The sensational Comedy
Drama of New York
By Will and Burk
A play everyone should
see. Teaches a great mor
al lesson, but not offen
sive. PRICES 75c to $1.50