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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, JT. K.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1914. B9B 1 3rd and Gold Ave, One of the show placet of the city. Largest Collection of GEN VINE Indian and Mexican Handicraft. NAVAJO RUGS AND CURIOS 1 Crescent Hardware Co. 1 STOVE S AND RANGES l PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS Marsh Simplex and Advance 318 West Central Avenue BOOKBINDERS RULING, SPECIAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS. ALBRIGHT & ANDERSON PRINTERS, BINDERS, STATIONERS. t 208-210 West Gold Avenue Lemps Falslaff anA. Draught Beers are the choicest products of the brewer's art. A trial will convince you. Consolidated . -'v.',?''", P-T"f4 77.e Diamond l the ).. ir rf ull minim for adorn ment. I contribute lamely l the (nri-eaa and i njnytnint of amiul IKe. j K in) (hoiild iirlvermly overtake 11 II j willingly yliilda to the lu-i emiilic nf Ha owner, a ti p tly i n r tha men na for tilling over the lean day until prn lerlly returna. Ill AMtlVllS are uur a i In M v Vim will find our prkrx, Hone lor atmie, aa low ua anywhere III III" ('lilted Plate, lliitmolid bought of ua ure iilwuy exchangeable. CSTD." 1863 E LIABLE WATCMMARERS & JEWELERS 107 W CTNTRAL AVEJ i-'-m umi.iaaa 'iw ajiaf I Jl :w l l.l It. HI7 Wri (Ciitral Ate. DUKE CrTY CLEANERS His iletiD Kala, anen and o teu' rlotlMtitf, ruiea. lortalna. draiMirli-a. er. tin Weal rtUi. li"iie 44. Promptness Our Motto F. Crollott FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. Sll WEjeT 1JCA0. rituo. ar ur nlb. ST. FAMILY LIQUOR HOUSE V. A. 4JHAMI Prop. Sole axenla fur Han Petlm Mute and C1ia retail, f tulif-town firili-T Id-oniplly (Hied I'urnUlietJ Ituoiua by week or aumlb aa ear linn, Pltone 703, SOS N. HHOAinVAV, 11INM'AI!KT TiKiTII HI(lKlili WOHTII 9M .All Vo at IV !.lle Uiiy Iui4 imilALlslEBB CO. 307 West Central Thone 783 m - AM MJ 9 aV- -W DONT FAIL TO SEE Wright's Trading Post FOR Duplex Steam Pumps PHONE 315 - Phone 440 Liquor Company Albuquerque,, New Hex. M ill t i l. I HAIKM.H'H TUASll;it LINK Pl.ino Moving and Household ! Oida given peclu1 atlenli.iu. ! Hct etnrag houie in city. Ulrica and aaleg (table. 310 W ent C opper Ae. CALL 47 For Parcel and Oaggaga Dallvery Sunday and nliiht calls. Phone S3I Albuquerque Parcel Deliver. A. B. U"ce, PAINTIVi;. f.HMMNG PAPI-JIt II(;l.(i Katl-farllon In K.very lti.pe. JulIN IIFKHOTII The Srp'ntlflo iNiHieator. Sdl l-wla Ave. pltaine I4,VI C. T. FRENCH "VNKHAL IMHIXTOR. tMDAIIKK. lAy Aa! ant, Firili and Central. Miune !a and Nlsl.t, Ml, E. LEROY YOTT VIOI.IN INHTIUCTIO.V t Stii.llo, 5. 'Cltlieiia Itank IWilf. T ll'i. linu. I tl, IMll 111. The HERALD want Ad geti the lst result. STEIti-DLOGII'S Name Linked to Qun. A chain of confidence of Stein-Bloch's confi dence in E. L. Washburn Co. of our confidence in Stein-Bloch-and of the public's confidence in both. Stein-Bloch 1914 'lathes for Men and Young Men are ready! SUITS S18 TO S30 Mail Orders Delivered Free. LLWasliburn Company in a. seuund. us wr. oid. CRYSTAL Today nil-; nn.uv i ! s. T IM.K f i n. in" (I'mulli WtTr In I In- 4'linm-Me-. M Wk.) I ill-on lriii. " Mlll.ltO IN JIWH.H" Two-lcv Mahm lrniM. MIIU.MIll.H Mull V Pa I lie Comedy. Coming I Yliin t. Man h lit It "A (IIMIMI, l -fl." II..- I IITII ..f Hie IVI -Tl'IIKN OF K VIHI.VV Pictures Changed Every Day SPRINGER TRANSFER MOVE HOUSES. The Weather KOKKCAST Timlght fiilr. Tuea Iny (air and wiirtner in mat nr lion. AUHrgl'Kltgl'K Weaiher for llu- 24 huura endliiH al I thin morn ing: Wnimeit. i9. I'nlilent, 17. llnliKf, 42. At X. 2! Nrthent wlnda; piirtly rloudv. TIiIhum IHiii Totiiclil. Frntenuil Mynlir Cln li' meet al 3t'i Kuiilti H.m'oiiiI mi ii' I Wiiiidnien'a elrele meela 7 iiihl K.'IIiiwb hull. The Up-To-Date Chink SAII n I'hitik. yclepl Ki.n Min . Who roiild dnnie like nn oriing-ouiunn. oh! "I ilon'i play fan-Ian, l.lk re rem Chlnainun. Cut. I.ke M.lunn, 1 dunree f itl tanfo." Jiidx-. Busy Ism SIUII for ynu, oh. M-.i'. dear; or you ulone I aiRh!" 8ti'-h wiib lha burden of my 't In alngle diiya mie iiy. It tit now. ulim. I algh for niori '. To loll the (ruth In rhyme. To Ki:t the food itnd iloltHM f-.r four I i.vphur all the time! .Iitiltr . ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW TO SUBBCRiBEHS If jrou (all to set jrour avenlng 4 papar, call POSTAL TELKORAPH COMPiNT. PHONB IS. Fee" a Candy 8lore. Henutlful lu-lli(i pneuna direct from Texaa. iimrniiv A. II. M. Milieu hua Kulia to hla .tiM-k raneli near Wan Mateo, N. M., for a vlalt of aeverul dayf. Attorney J. A. .Miller of Miller AV frnJH. hua returned from n brief I.UNlneaa (rip to l Vcgua. A meetlna of Ihe Catholle order of I'.ireatera la beln held Ihla afternoon In 'Ml 'I Fellowa' hall. Horn To Mr. and Mra. 4. B. Ful rher. 110 "outh Heeond aln-el. Tuea day evenliiK. March 3, 114. a aon Mra A. W. Hanaon and children of Oallup ure vlalUira III Alliuuueniiie today. T. H lluliliell. Jr., of (Itinado. Arl . Im '.n Albuuiierqua for a vlalt lo rela- llvea and fMenda. t'ol. W. A. Fleming Jonea of Ma Crueea. waa In the city lam night on hla wny to Hanla Fa. William A. 1-amli. the popular reiri'M-ntatlve of Ihe llenilr A Ho tolph muehlner hmiKe of lxiiver, la In the city for a lew daya Tha lndun of HI. John'l guild urn being eiilertultied thin afternoon nt Ihe home of Mm Amado Cluivea, Gill North eleventh atreet. A. J. Rirayer of K Pnw. Uiatrlet repreaenlatlva of the NHtlonal I'anh HeglHter company, la In th el'y t day aeemnpanled by Mra. Hlraer. Iteneflt I '.tiling N. I03. Fralerenl Mymie Cirele. will hold a regular meeting tonight nt 7:30 nl 317 1-2 Hunt h Hi-rond atreet. . W. Beyffert of the Ke!Mn T Thominiou company of ('iiirliinni I. U In Alliii'iuernna on bia regulur tour of (he oiilhueat. W'urren Orahnm, of (Iraham (truth r. experta to b-nve tonight lor Fay a nod Hot Hprlnga lor a vlalt of two weeka or more. W. H. Hopewell and E. W. Ix.baon are api-ndlng a few daya In Hutita Fi nn bualneka rnniKX'U'd with the New Mexico Central railway. HMaallka Cump Nn. 414. Itn.viil CLE1H UP F03 SFBinO Perfect Work on Naa) Ituga and ItraiMTtca. BILL'S SHOP ( I.KAMMJ AXI mFK.SI.0 III a, StovmuI M. IIhiIi M. PASTIME Today tiiihm .ii Tin: nuKH or tmivtvi-iov Thrcc-Hccl Warner 1'celitre. (I calming . m (.aniitli-r ami Ja k Imk.l hi-: woi ii in mivii . rtc-tone (itiie.ly. Coming for Tliurxlm. Next. I lie l'lr( ,4 "UIH Ml 11 Al, .llll." Her lea. FOR A TAXI Phone 17 LYRIC THEATER TODAY'S PROGRAM uBy Radium Rays" Krolil Seal) Two-Heel lrania. A Ills loe f-tory of Kui-rlllif ami AililneliH'iH. 44The Heart of Carita" (IVIitlr) ItrnmM. "How Mosha Came Back" (( ryal) I'onHSly. onlnr tVblar Tin: I aii: iiHiHir Tlir.e-lliN-l lloreuie MwretM M-IhI. V. II. COKXCIt. St. I. T). O. (ntti-otMiililc toeetaito. I treat all curnhla dlaeiike. Office terr Uldg Phoaea (at and SIS Nilglibora of America, mei-tii In fp rial aeneion Thurmlay Hfti-ruoon at 2-30 In A. ti. (. V. hull. Heporta of eommltteeii. drill and balloting. Cottonwood Unix a No. i. Woodmen Circle, will bold a reu(tir meeting I hla evening at 7:10 nVloek In Odd Fellow a' hull. Viting memlM-ra welcome. Ilundreda of Alhuiiieriiue people own valuable w.iti hea which aoma ttnea iitM-d aome alight adjuatnient or remlrx. The fluent of wutrh work la done for n reiinonahle chargo at Himenwald'a. Frank Jnbnaon. prealdeny of the Hunk of Kin Mareiul. la III Hie city today on bimino. Mr. Johnnon uud the itlreetora of the bunk have ar ranged for Ua rc-oper.MiK In the Im mediate future. Hubert F. Wilson, for mnny yearn irxl lln'ln I ugent fiT the BanlO Fe rutlroud, who bun been in aouthern California for h henlth turlnx Ihe winter, arrived In Albunueriie thia morning for a nhort atny. Mr. Wlla.ni la on bia way tu ChUiago. Ha la ful ly reaured to health. Attorney A. H. Heneban of Rnnta Fe vai in the illy laat night nn hit way to Fl 1'ano. where h kt lo ap piur beloi-e the redamutlon aervlce bourd In conni-rtloti ulih right of nay acroaa certnln lellla valley la mli owned l.y Mr. Henehun. Tha right-of-way If di-nired for a auppla tnenlary rami under lha Kb-phunl Hulle projei t. . , 1ianilMtluin' Taldeta for t'nnstlpn linn. For eonntlpntion, - Chnmherla'n'a Tablnla ar exellent. F.aay to take, niild and gentle In effect. Give Ihrm a trial. For aula by gll drucgltta. VotJi-c of KliM-khiibl'-ra' Meeting. There will l.e a meeting nf the t( kIio'iPt of the Sii in a Fa Trail I'libliebing company on Ihe 11th day of .Marh. IHH, 7:. 10 p. m.. at 104 Ni.rih Third aireet for the purpoae of e'mtlng offirera anil Hit" Irnnaactlnn of any other linxtn that muy come before Ihe meeting T. J. Hit VAST. Hairetary. ALASKA COAL LAND BILL REPORTED (lly l.ea'd Vlie lo r"l"g HeraM.l WualiiiiKlon. March 4. Karlv ac tion on the iirtnilnbrtratlon bill for the devi Inpiiii nt of AlUKko'a vuat ion I niu.iinr waa foreeaaled today hen th hoimc publh- btnda eomiult lee aiibmiiled the niennuje with a funiulile rrpoit. A rommlllea nim-nilmetit would limit righta under prnpoMd band to imtilnK only, ra-M-rlng all lurfacn righta lo tha gov Only 35c per box IUI.IT IMIIM.: WHITIMJ mrni on touiii sniM. KM I) ( XltHH. Tli In la n fond trade of I'ranr'a 1'iipi-r with an alirartlvr Initial. lllulilaiiil l.lnen alter. Choli-e i of Cohira: Willie, CliamoU Itlue, Pink. 1 1 itc h I ii ml l.lnen la n well-known adtenlaed paper. S3o PKIl BO. SIROKG'S EQOX STOEE "Your Money Hack If Toti Want It L SOCIETY TO DISCUSS THE MAJOR CASE Example of Alleged Arsenical Poisoning; to Afford Main Topic of Doctors Meeting Tonight. The Iternalillo t ounty Medical -clety tonight at lt meeting at Ihe Comim-ntal club la to diacuaa iimen icnl polanning aa a general topic ami Ihe recent cae of that form of poia onlng In the Ma (or family nt Alumo gnribi aa a apeclt lc topic. Thla caae la one In w hich the father of a young woman wan recently tried and niiiiltted on the charge of mur dering her by the ue of uraenlc. The defenae. whli h waa aiieceraful, w.ia that tracea of araenbal poiaoiiing found In the glrl'a body -nine from tha araenlc uaed In coloring In a"me wull paper In the Major home. The cime attracted wide Intereat In the pi run utid had aeveral mole or lean emui t lonal ra imf leal iona. BUSILY BUILDING FIRE IN STORE ON NORTH FIRS1 NenrAriii Charge Again! Nallvi-i WImi Hail Keen Imbibing. June Nielo and Candii.irlo MMa were dlacovered by fifflerr A. F. I!b ler building h (ire In the rear oi Klg tried Kahn'a atore on North Fitirt atrei-t, at 2 o'clock thla morning .They were making the fire of pai-r and vata un the floor, within two feet of a vtove. ilolh mea the Millre any. had In en drinking. They explained to Milder that they were Jiint making ready to fco lo bed. Their hearing wu con tinued in the city court today in or der lo give Mr. Kuhn an opportunity In appear. I rrrarl Hearing PoaMtiuil. Venniigari FerrarL ur.imrd of hooting ut Joaeph (jinio. will lie ar ruigned for a hearing la-fore JuaHc" of the Peace Craig tomorrow morn Inj al 10 o'clock. A repreenltive of IHrtrlet Attorney Manuel V. Vlgil'a office will proaecula Ihe ruae. Fer rnrl'a heurlng waa put off today to permit the aummonlng of w-ltneaaea. MITCHELL TO TAKE HOTEL COMBS BAR J. A. Wntann. proprietor of Iho Hotel Comba bur. aetlleil the enao brought agnlnNl him by Hugh Trot ter, owner of (he hole) building, yet lerday by ngreelng lo aurrender poa newalon of the anloon April I. Mr. Trotter Inatltuted ejectment proceed- Inga- Tom Mitchell proprietor of the hot'-l. will conduct the auburn af ter Mr. Wutaon glvea It up. LAXATIVE FOR OLD PEOPLE "CASCARETS' Kulia, aWniiel and PIIU Aii nn Uver and Howi-Ih lake PiiH'r Ada In N'o-trtU Hanger. C.i t a 10-cent box now. Moat old people muat give In lha bowela gome regular help, elaa they puffer from runatlputlon. Tha condi tion la perfectly natural. It la Ju( aa natural aa it la for old people to walk alowly. For age la never an active aa youth. The m uncle are lea elaetle. And the bnwelg are muaclea. Ho all old people need Cum a ret fine might aa well refuae to aid weak eye with gluaaea a to neglm-t I hi gentle aid to weak bowela. Tha bow ela muat be kept Hctlve. Thla la im portant at nil agea, but naver ao much as at fifty. Age la not a time for harah phyalea. Youth muy occucionally whip Ihe howal Into aclivlly. Rut a lab can't be ued every day. Whal the bnwe'a of tha old need la a gentle and natural tonic. One that can be (onetantly ured without hurm. The only auch tonic la Caw a ret. and Ibey roat only l( cenla per la.g at any drug tore. They work while you Bleep. Pnrla now haa the largeel alenui turbine electric plan! in F.urope. u treet railway power atutlon produc ing ItU.OwO horat-power. DC Style and Wear at a Medium Price You can get clothes that will wear well for a me dium price, but in most caes these clothes do not keep their individuality of style. We also know of clothes that have style when new, but because they do not contain the intrinsic valuta within, the style soon dis appears. But now you can buy STYLEPLUS CLOTHES $17 which guarantee you comet style plus wear and natiifaction. This because one of the great makers has made STYLEPLUS the chief aim of his whole or ganization. As a result of the economy of specializing on one suit, all-wool fabrics, good workmanship, good linings and trimmings plus correct style can be in cluded for the low price, $17. We want you to come in and slip on a coat. Yon will then realize that clothes no better are often sold as high as $20 to $25. m (Incorporated) ALL ;01H KF.XT I TIFF. UK 1'AIU'KLM ItWiT. BRIGHT DP Ell IS Oil DISPLAY Latest Paris Fashion Fad for T Women Made First Appear . T.i Cf. TJ.e ance in Local store Toaay. The Inteal fnahion fad from Pat nini.n'. u I.. fif IntiU tilii lillrole ami emernni greenairura Aiowtuer- ..... .r,ur....n ....na .,i.... in be a topic nf ahaorhtng Intereat In lianl feminine clrclea for aome time i to come. j of i mi rue. Albuquerque tinmen hud known all a limit Iheae colored wlga from their reading of the fanhlnn remained for the F.i ononilKt atore lo produce Ihe genu. Ine article and place it on dlnpluy In their weal allow window. Tha wlv (In. ii in the Ki niii'iiiiKl wimlow la of j limtroua piirile. a beautiful mulch M, r .M h . gnoda w ho h are lla aeaaon. In ,, the p'jrple dreaa 1.. - ....... i .. . . . . . . . " " that la the main Men. of the eoloreil Wg fad - that the hair ahull aeem t., n.Ml. k Ik. ...u n an.l hi. I lOlHo re. uaritleiui of Iho brilliancy or unoaual- ueaa of the inloring. With a g.iwn,lion of the honae and the famoua uc and bat of Coprnhugen blue. Tor tn-lee In Ihe miially famoua piny, la at ii nee. there ahould be w orn a wig ; Inaun-d of a capacity audience, of parcel Copenhagen. ; " 1 It ih needle to any that the purple wig In the F.i omnium window la ul- trading a lot of attention. AIo much favorable comment la hoard upon the iiterprme of the mine maii.mcment. A dctmhable. fprmg controlled bamlle ha been Invented lo fuclll inte currying' bowling bclla and iitxu to a wont In bowling with them. Belle Springs Butter 35o Mae Larens Nippy Cheese Mao Larens Pimiento Cheese Bluehill Green Chili Cheese Monarch Cream Cheese j Roquefort Cheese Brick Cheese Fresh PoUto Chips, lb G5o Chase and Coffees Sanborn Richelieu Coffee A. J. MALOY Phone 172. MMAATmm S)B----llliaflSi Flower Seeda I I Garden Seeds Onion Sets 1 TERN MOOSE INFORMATION MAILED TODAY Secretary Thonaa Finn, .? tha Commercial club, mulled today tu C. A. MctJee, chairman of the Mmme commltiee at l-na Angelea u lengthy ,.r lha .Hi-nnliiifaHl a.f AlllU- t(iuernti na a aite for the propoaed ss.. anniiarium ( nm oni.r. I i n l om men lu l ciuu cominuie i pointed for the purpoae completed the 'atatement luat night. It Ini ludea full RnBW,ra t an me tuenona aake.i by the Mooae eommlttee In chargu of Ihe alia aelncllon. That commttn-e will recommend a alle for the aunl- lo the (Ira nil Council on i Slnrch 10. The membere of the eommlttaa who prepared the reply were: C. . Cunh man. chairman; Dr. A. U. Shortle, Pr. wniiuni T Wf.ii.,tt utiil II. II. Mern- - d ,Tri -niwni CSTT -UAVJ AiJiaHVii I? I FOR ILLINGTON i More than one hundred people, many of them buying ten tickela i ,!'"1 IhK Hmlt allowed I tied up nt to' . . . - ,. I Matgon a thla mornltig a 7 at lock. .K ...I. f..r l,.r,,r.,l II. i " "'" . .. . I'nglon a appearance ' In Klka theati r I ' "1111) nigllt Ul 'Within the 1 The advuuen rale covered a large aec i Henry a ltiant Phona J. j Although many planta i loae their leave ami flower nl Ihe approach of tain, l-itni-- (lower! open their wlil- lent at aio'h tinn-a. to mo Thera'a a lot of j difference be ' tween Toiie ' Lengea and i Flat Lengea beaidlea their aliyLt extra coat. They giv i you extra viaion and extra comfort, lltey are better looking, too. Come and ace ua about lone Lenae. LENSES We aupply the SKILLED SER 'VICE in FITTING GLASSES B; without which the most ex pensive lenses are worthless. c. ii. Barnes nPOMETIllST. 114 W. Central. rhone432. THERE'S A RUN WW on our tlread at lha preaenf time tha pub'ti! la beginning to find out lia Bupertorlty In laate, (lavor and nulrl ilva (uulltles. It la pure In all It In gredient and moil appetising In tua'a lo old and young, yet ll rem the cor aunier no more than other bramla. Wa are bent on giving aatiafucilon and wa ar going to increuae our luin-n by doing It. PIQIIEER BAKERY B0f SoaU. Va 84.