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THE EVEHTWO HERALD. ALBUQTTBQiTE. H. M., FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915.
IMPORTED
Green Chili
POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL
It MORE than jnt PURE. It it Tatty and Palatable
OF SOME IMPORTANCE TO YOU
why ttda m
tlilll
A Name That Implies
Its Own Meaning
Sometime men come in and tay: "Are you the
STYLE PI US Store T
Do you know what the wordt ttyle pint ttand for7
Ordinarily they mean ttyle pint intrintic worth, but
here they mean the talient ttyle points of a higher
pnoed garment plut excellent tailoring: pint perfect
fit for $17, became we are the exclusive headquarters
for the genuine STYLEPLUS CLOTHES $17. deaerv
edly popular everywhere.
Let ua ttart you out on a new track thia Spring. Come
here and pick out a tuit of diatinctive all-wool fabrict.
stylishly cut, well made and well trimmed, for only
$17 Thit it probably teveral dollars lett than you
have been paying. Unlets you are decidely different
from other men you will come back here afterward
and get another one of the suitt that are high grade
in every feature but price.
Simon Stern, Inc.
COMMENCEMENT
OF HIGH SCHOOLTO
OPEN SUNDAY
Baccalaureate Service at 4
' O'clock in High School Aud
itorium; Rev. Archie Toth
aker to Deliver Addiett.
'ommen.ement exen no. of the Al
tuiueru.ue high rtlol will begin Hun.
tiny afternoon when the baccalaur
eate mi -e wlil taae i -hi in hull
lm. I auditorium at 4 o'clock. The
I iiIjIIi i united. Thr program for
ihe ggreeeg fnllowe:
Prelude. "The leuTding War" Aerher
High School Ofeheetra.
iMxixatlon
Rev. Charier lenturl Iiean.
Hymn: "Uive Mvita, O Love K-
ltt) "
I '..ngregutlon.
Heading of the HiJTipturre
Hev. Hugh A. Cooper
"A Nona uf Faith'
J. Unrnnil Oull.ralh
MtM Hortenee ftwltier.
Pat celaiireale Sermon
Ilev An hi Tuothaker.
'I'athedral I'hime."
Arnold and Itrown
High Masai iirrhcutra.
I enollcicoa
Ilev Thomaa L Mllanre.
MukIi uulcr the direction il Ml.
. 1. 1 le I. Ti.tt
NOTICE
From and after IMa date a charge
,.f H n renin er line will I mad
fat bmI .lit : t . ii ! rerda i.r thank,
neanluttfrnj nf reepect, nbltuarlea. etc.
Tho. doe. not apply In notlcea ol
death time nf funeral aad almllat j
n li ea, which will lie ptihllahod a .1 1
naatter uf aewa. I'ermiiu, detdiiuit ii
pvhiieh 1 iirdi nf itmnke, ale., will I
i t. write Ihem iul niol Band ul '
tirme iliem In.
TMX KVKNISU MrclIAI.ll
Till: MO N I Mil Jul ItNAI.
Hr. I'rnvinee. eye, ear, nunc nnd ;
throat X. T. AtmuJ Hid.. Phone
CRYSTAL
Friday & Saturday. Hay 28 4 29
PRESENTS
CHARLES CHAPLIN
and MARIE DRESSLER in
HUE'S PUNCTURED ROMANCE
Ml HIIKMHI.Kit fill UTM. ON I III t 1 1 1 I N I It I : I' ll'l MIT.
1 III I I II IS I III I I i.l I Ml I I I
I In l.migli-a-if',oiMt tointlt. Mrliii-n and I'rodii. 11I U lai'k
N4.Htt. Willi a Mronu xnpp irilna lM Including Mabel Viriitainl
MATINLaS at 2 & 3 30; Admission 15c. Children 10
NIGHTS at 7:30 & 9:00; Admission 25c. Children 15
YOU ALL KNOW CHAPLIN
BRA3S KNUCKLES BRING
DOWN 60-DAY SENTENCE
On complaint of a woman that
Ma 11 in I Id. mi 11. had at nil k her anil
afterward exhibited a knife ami a
pair of bras knuckle, preeuni inlv
to cmphanlic the fut-t that he wna a
iiad. bud man. a BHtIhiiIMh went to
a h'xiae on Tijeraa avenue laat night.
II.- found Homom and W. H. tlarnrr
there. Komen had neither knife nor
hrara knuckle, but tinnier did. He
hud the knuckle. The rank aa u
deadly weapon and drew a ity-l.n
nentence for tiarner In the city court
thi mora tag. it, mem got ofi with
thlrt -day neiili nee.
GAMESTERS WHO DENIED
GUILT I IN ED HEAVILY
fi II. Rchmtdt and It. Kloek, two
il Ihe unit men caught In a raid on
a card game at a central avenue ho
I tel. pleaded jMt lam evening In the
! cl 1 mill and Aire fined SI'., t'hur
; l Mil lull and M. U Harger were
II. uml tell) after trial and lined l"
and OuOta.
Kin. k tcMtllod agrtlnut Ihe Inn who
denied xulli. and hi. tine wue remit
ted b Judge I'ralg. It) Attorney
t. M xTlfaeieea eaxeShyeted tha taga
I . Ill lull
MORTUARY.
I II. LoodrMi.
tm H 0 Irl Ii. futhar nf t'lty
I Tri iixuri W ilnodrlch, d" 'l 1"
.1 . ujo .exleiili. afternoon. Il 99t
a. .0111 74 yea rfl ..id alefl wae know-i lo
: many ptaggda In if. buMna vimih iI AI
I. ij 1 u 1 r. 1 ix- .hi iinifi iikIoiih. He
Mid h ihe iHj ireaaurer lie learit a
WfctaN in 1 I II 'ago, and another aon.
KufiiK H 0 In. li. ttannportation in-
upecio- ,,l roam linen of Ihe Ha 'lln P.
; with headnuarii m in Ikkt rMy,
VU03R PORCH SHADES
Keep the Porch Cool.
ROSENWALD'S.
THEATER!
The Albuquerque Creamery it now grading all the c.eam which it receivet, fim
the beat cream making the Sunahine Butter, and from the lower grade making the
brand of "Table Queen."
Table Queen it a tecond grade product. You will note that thit very much bet
ten the quality of the celebrated Sunshine Butter.
That you may know We are constantly aiming to better the quality of Sunshine
Butter if that it postible.
Alto note the big reduction in price. There it no market in the United Statea that
gett butter to cheaply at your Albuquerque market and vicinity.
Watch the progress of Sunshine Butter.
The Albuquerque Creamery
SPRINGER
TRANSFER
HAUL BAGGAGE
T11 Sl'UHCRlHKHH
If you fall to gat yuur evening
papar, rail
PORTAL. TKLBilKAI'H
I ' 'M I' AN V. I'll'iVK St.
ALIlfgl Kltyi i: ueather fur
the 21 hour ended ai I o't lat k
thin morning
Maximum 71.
Minimum 40.
Itunge II.
AI S o'clock at,
Went wind
1 Taar.
I Fr.uM J idae 1
' What w.i all ib in gwln"-on
at yo' realdence ate'd evenln'.
Iltudder Mooch" Sour ed like
a flghl np-twlxi 11 amp meetin'
und a catamount'''
" I tut t Aw. nhick. nab' I ml
WAV on'y lie xell'leinan film de
furniture i illmeni Mo', p'laeUM'
hia eaay piiytnentn.'
Hat you tried thai
raMi'icrrv fherbet ai
at or
Baaif haul tiaMkao Phona 931
Mr. i'. K Madbinough of flllc-ago
g in ihe illy lo lilt her "on. Jack
Mil ".nniigh
regular meeting of llarnu.ii
Lodta Nil i. I O. O. r . win in- in i
i.i I ... lock toiuahi
Attorney ileneral and lrn. Frank
W i lancy. who have been yimtina
ft,, mi- in Artaauartfao ri savaral
1 1 . fi Htm uiteri ii tor Baata Ke
.1 I! While baa been called home
i., Ti M 'i. by the aaftaua Bjakaaaa
i.l li Wluie. who l lltlng rela-
lle. III. I
Muii BaMtgla of Washington ar
rived aore 1 1 aiansai aavgaa beaa
unit li Hie Imreall of gaNl '"
the third f. .iei.1 hervlce dlairiet
ah asasgaN oi tha awiaauawiaa in.ii
u . I. . . i .A..II...I...I It, meet al lb
hiKh nil I aadilorliim lo a
v . allM o i lin k
ii i 'ui-hman. Baagtar fiai 1 1
Kltie RIOahl wen- appoliii.il hirj
. inniMglanafg ygatawlai "s .indue
ii. i aoasg
AllitliUeriUi am; V. ' W' "d
men the World will moat m raw
lar aeaal i.iubt at u'etoek Tlo i.
will oe Work in Ihe uroleellon de
gree ami ..I In i btiKlneae of imp..rl-
A lent In. line iH-illpo.l J I'
l.lKgett and Iiik wile III bad I .1 uo
. me aal night Tha orltla
of Ho aggaa la known Mr MW
Mm l.iggell were Mailed on the por' h
ahei Ho fin- broga oul within
aJgi gaaaj uw ast ' r . ig Ma, a.
,,t the ii. A I'. irt iciioHled
to meet at the home of Armllda
i ,,.. , in old lagga MluHkaJ after
icon at lo miki Meath" IS
In all. ill ljg
The ulte f n a i.ick Karage r.tut 14'
leei I. i ihe -. ..I. .ii . i agency wa
inked votci. i. ' ii .-. venib ataaai
and CaSMral avenu I'onattuction
Will be main. I nholtlj Wallaie 1 4 I
aelden han th. . oniimt
Mib fl Walllai and mm have pHSa
Plywood Mprlngi for a hirt atav
sc. raun ' i"t af he v M
A relumed ihi nfternooii from
I A lip I i'al. wluie be allemled Ihi
Ml, ,, . .. V M ' A '. Id .1
SEND IT TO BILL'S SHOP
The Rett Garment Cleaners
aiti Hattera
I'll., on iao.
31 4 ho Kf-niMl M
I ABOUT PEOPLE
j YOU KNOW
SalKrloua red
Ki 1 h 1 iindy
rid SKs. -I IT i:n m
II M llt..
II" ! 1 i'ii' 1 lo I.". Mir
Triitelliuc I " 1 1 .... '.1 M'.
m oiI ililc UimhU at tlMlN4Mllllll
iri 1-
TrunltM 1:. i..ii;..! and
f.'ViTaMMtml.
vm vi 1 ikji 1 nti k
I'T1HY
aim so. He. m an I J'lione
ASCERTAIN FACTS
THEN DO BUSINESS
ADVICE OF WATER
Attorney John Venable Sug
gests That What Albuquer
que Wants Principally Is
Cheaper Water Right Now
EMIL MANN CONDUCTS
WATER METER TEST
I
Proudly Exhibits to Council
and Citizen; A ; i Which
He Can Make Do Marathon
at Any Speed He Desires.
About the only ilelinltely new tiling
in i on ui.'i lion with the walei notka
Munition d . ciipi d in a IHoRtoUI
. - n of Ihe ill council L.i Ht ii. .1'
Ihe leauiai grater bearing aaaalon,
wan Ihe fail ih.it Basil Mann, a hui
aagg aaasai oa Oaavat avenue, inm a
water meter iii hie atoie whnh d", -i .
ii. i iielotia lo him and win. b 1
beli.ng to taw ware i .niipain , ahich I
in aseWMHl by inlerloua NMattta I
who ii in- rafaaaa to glvaata, froai a
Water oiupiiny employe never, il yearj
ago and who h he had been artfully
aaviiia up to prove to the city oaMM
ill at a Nllal momeni I lint to I xr rl
laiiiperiiia a waler meter ma
in. .de to i mi fuel or nIow .
All Maun early In the louring in
vtSat 'be 1 1 1 i nc 1 1 and auMM IwwAtl
npei tatolM to nil aVgg I" Ill ntore to
gfUaogg ho niaaiery ul bin prlvata
meter rlo .HiwillbluKe -pteil and
trooped oval lo Mann I gggca ill bum
IHan, Wllete. alter tiKtltllltf a Klin
lamp, ib- uwaag ot i in- trick aiotei
run uooat all aatloni ul aralar Ia4"
a nib. HoH.iiiei oftaiiaa " ill ink all
lb. Ratal ,i lie failed In make lua
Holer . tli. mi. Me pr..wil laat he
i ollld hpi-ed gja I be melel, alter a
cunaiarabla .man. .in adlh ' i . i -ii.
ni Meat tilt ii oi Hi.- Man i ' "in
aaai ae lo ii..w h- i nine i.i hava
in Ine 4tr.
Mr. Mi .Mill. ii. gftai the demon-1
Ml mi. oi Baked Mann if he thai i
thai the Hat i coinpun or an oi i
am ploy av had ggaa HMa4Nag ui -
n i - .it mail. i. a falaa i' hargaa atutin
Hon! he iini nut, TTat awlai Bumpi.ni
prealdaM aaltl he dhta'l aaa arhal the I
metal il, in I ration had proved ib"i
aa p i ll to Ihe dm. ii-
Neither iini i i.yoiie aftsa,
Jaagre M Rotlai atatla inn third
.'ul. In In tl ... in. II Mi lto4) '
Mlidoubtetlt; Hu m.i-i gotaMataM
aM-aker ul iba eonalderalde number
who hi.' .no reguksr aHaadaaga
ni Hi. ui'-i .eiiiinu- He if tnakina
a grralghl plea foi miitilclpiil ownei
ggdp ..I la. H.iii'i plant. lie i"
agii.nai n irHoahlat to ttja BfaaatM
walei . itmpany oi any idhet pilvitle
ram pan) and aoldt taal Ha kgat in
lagaatr H ihi u demand laa pur
atiaaa ol ihe plum Mi RodJaj age
ganad i bi thai In ualhvad 'he
pteraat -. h i coiiipaiH g making a
pr. HI and Hi.. I llo 'Hi mo "ild make
ib.. I to ..i i 'i uaj I hu- i no on
Tin Kpcaki'i clli .1 I In i ai-e of KI
I' Tegaa. ih aa aiamph " prof-
llahia municipal owwarahlp i walar
w"i- Ha read Maaiuiai -iai mint
I i In , ii . lei k ol KI I'ami lio
lag un appai cut pi iin ft para
I ...i. ol Iht M alel plum Ho ' la -
yeui oi ii.'i.oiiu. Tin etatamenl
howe on I) ilia bonde Uwnied al lime
oi purcaaee and not guhMHuoiil goad
Hi plying to quaalloaa by
o am Hoallaggtaa and uthera, Mr
b.oi not ihe talertnaiion aa la
wh) HI Paau makea a proparti i
l. i w iHi worhj purpo-- .a what
the lot a I . . rhaad aaawaae la. IH
rholea i . ' KI I'a m. aa un etamalg' "t
BfiiaMafcll inuiililpal "i"i n proved
uafefttinale, alnee ihe matanietd
aitu aaaljrirg upparenii ahowasl
CONSUMER
ENGRAVING
m I llIN. IMI I M l
nnd ol N I Ml M-
T lloMI I MM uml
IHl ITM. I'IIIH
lilt. Ill 1 i.HM'l WOIIK
and loWI -T IMIU I
loaa of attetM ol more a year inmeiol
of u pi" 1 1 1
Mr Ho.ie irgoad, iio, . i thai
iiiiinn ipul i wiieiniup had proved
proiPable etferywhara and ib n t wag
bound to prioe in ..I la ill. i" All. n-
gaeiaae. He hetti d Uan 'be prof"
It of the waler plant eauld be aged
to pu oil iladlol. newel and oth.
bond asagaa
John Veli ihle. ISM M vi ajM " ' I
took mue with Mi Rodjai .. i" ISM
aoaeaas i arantetiaM oeaeraaip kri
Hani iheie acre ininlaiil KSata4M4gl
in hu li it hint geotraa a (ell lire In
financial and eruce an He
ibougbt (hat the nail iiuegMon efore
the hoiiM- glat tfeg M-,.iile wa- NaM "I
i heai'i i gtatai fot Mtaaiaarqaa; end
i gjgamr water . tht aaa Ha .i"
not favoi furtbel dagg) He lavarad
Helling ill the Bgett b an imated I4t
agparl Innealkjf Ilea winch aroali
-lo.w filially end definitely arhelltel
..r not Ihe city i "old make mora oat
..I ihe water .k- If II could kM
favored municipal ownerahl: If M
could not he t.n"ie,i a franchkwi
whi. Ii gave the right U
Ituni. aad if tha preaeei ma
ter coagfaay would noi aaeeai eaeh
roadllliiai hv argued that ihei, graft
plenty ! nun ri4tl moioi la ''"
fulled Matag and Rome of thel.i
no Kill He did ""I believe tin- I i '
of melere ..r Ihe kiii-m of Ittadg
who hae gliet ,n. bad nun h '"
lo with iht i aw The eaeentlal. he
ilnughi. wai lieaper water for Al
goxiaerqae whin thoee now HMna
un eajay. it. He aaM Ilia Baaai
houM be aaai ot aaaertetaiwewi
The atteadaru'i at Ihe hearing laai
nlltlii wa Miialbi limn I w.ei, i".
Tin regulare er there and lew
utfegra
in i iiiiarllnn with ihe i.iim im
io Mann'i incur mafathoe. Mi m
Milieu muted thai he had had nnt
.in,,- .1 an emaSoye win. ha.i keen
nedtlaeal In reading matara. He MM
Hint employe bad beaa krl oht kh
daMad Mil lo i raee gad) i
iih a page when the coat pant
Intentlonalli mad.- an lat'i
i ham 'ir an laeui reel BieaM (aad j
hat, !
ghtsahj ihtdtta iini.
i h, .a ,1,1, no . "i i eggilatiaa ..r he :
pi nay palllJggeed by Ihe Herald yea-1
ni, i. n, wan gtieealed aad went aaar
in tha iii.xi H-i.i ai i o an. li meeting.
The ladlea i Hie Tueada) I ran
rluh ureaaated aetkUaa 'or eafort-e
no ui ,.f ihe nartea nrdlruince.
PARENTS-TEACHERS TO
JOIN NATIONAL BODY
t..r the iillllii n of Ihe I'ar-
,,i Te her aaaai UMtaa al thia atatt
nb Iht Malhtnal I'ongrean m M..lh
er .mi Parent-Tenoher aaaoclatlaa)"
HI n .. I. ken neKt Kri.l.n attt
I'm .1 mi in.n . 1 1 Philadelphia, r
lloaal i i. - .1. in and Mr nrnlle T
r i k it i aailoaal Reel rlog preeldetlt,
are I" Mop ii, Ihe n "ii ibeir vwi
eiiHI Inn, tha uggti ahd Mid to
no unit-.
Then meeting gl 1 n elaelt
in ilo aflern i ai the tVasaaa'i elh
uml a lueetlai in the evialag al ih'-
iiigh aghooi litorium. Delegatai
1 1 inn Vaala I aad athai pi N
eu ' Il d
Mr .lohn Wlleoa, .i thhi i iv. I"
mate oraaiiuii " ihe natloaal I
l.llloll
Hla. k i'al M nek ngi foi a w"
n ami i hMdien ii i io- at tad .i fai
near III aid tail colon, fTlcei inn
from IllgC up i Mn b". Mort
in Waal Caniral avenue
Grim s haw's
Corner 2nd. and Cent i !
Contectiont Lumli
Ice Cream Fancy Caket
Crescent Hardware Co.
8T0VES AND RANGES
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS
AGENTS FOR
Marth Simplex and Advance Duplex Steam Pumpa.
31S Wett Central Avenne.
ST. VINCENT ACADEMY
Will Present
EGYPTIAN
PRINCESS
AT
Crystal Theater
WEDNESDAY,
June 9th, 3:30 P. M.
TICKETS 50 CTS.
Seat Sale at Matson's.
THOS. BLAKEM0RE
i uncial Haggaag ioi i aaantaaai
I omincr. lal i Ino llulblliig,
t ipM,mi- fhaM uli. g
i nine PheMee, lit,
Itc-.tilenii' I'll, 'in- la'i.
THE
HOUSE
i it M. l N. I ii i tin mi I ol i our
I hoi, , a III ttlllMl Hag ol' buy one
lor hui -,ii ii - u pci iii gtywafa
pmiwadtam in het a mitiuMi id
I litll I M- ana the ahhenat naag
in tin- aattirgsaa ,,i ggg ajgatwaadi aye
kct iIh-iii from Ihe uctiiiil nltir
Hioro are in. kgiafaaadJhrer aeogkat)
anil gyg atggl ilo-in I,, ioii op a tcrt
-mall oiaruln. Wc an duplicate gay)
prl,,-. ami cm l aic l lie aehtad a,l
tatoaue ol our THIHT1 l HM tma
HeJaa repuinllon.
I., in- on BhkB Win. lie-, i '.i a' i lif
Sl'all'haa. nillnu silter, I'm i. la ,
etc
Megai t aadggi Hat iinii Ml taaa
I mini lla-.
E9TD I8ft3
RELIABLE
VATCHMAKI R S JEWElEM
107 W CENTRAL AVEal
..aVL
A . S -VamW
OUR SHOE PRICES PLEASE
Out prices always please when we show the splendid
Simp values we hitoh on to every puce we name.
Shoe pi n es sound very nun li alike the world over and to
IWaga ol values the Shoe .should be seen.
When our Shoes are shown and oui prices named they
never fail to please.
Wt oiler the best Shoes at any stated price that
same ininey tan buy anywhere!
Hi re is the pi oof !
Take tht Men's Shoes we sell at
$2.50. :i.oo.
Or take our Women's Shoe at
$2.00. 2i)0.
Ul out Boys' and Gills' Shoes at
$1.25. 1.50.
And match the choice bathers and splendid slioeiiiuk
iiik nt these puces we say match thfiu anywhere, If
you can.
The best Shoes fur the money are always here.
Phone 315.
V
4 .- 4J
LUMBER & BUILDERS'
Niri.it i s
Mludi-Milc ami lleiall
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
4gg .. ni. i o . ataaat
EPSOM SALTS
8 Two Ib. Socks for $' 00
Best Thing for Bail.
WILLIAMS DRUG CO.
Mi: v. l i ntral Ar.
t'of MATTHEW'S Velvet
ICE CREAM
Phone 420
f II HIM'lt, M l. It
i i- r. "j.,! I" -', . i,i
I Tritii all t uraole I
llllio' -acin IlliUt : Tel :,'. .'..-,
Drop Seat
UnionSuits for men,
the faind which never
gapes and is always
contfortable.
$2.50 i thread,
the suit.
$1.50 Cotton, pure
white, the suit.
A Gentlemen's
Garment.
Mail Oi tiers Di'livried
Free.
OTaabbtirnCo
af 3 Jet omif 4v nr txiM
Mm
.1.50. 4.00. 500
3.00. 3.50. 4.00
2.00. 2.50. 3.00

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