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The Evening Herald, Albuquerque, N. M., Monday, March 26, 1917. ! i ill !! ; ; I it i ! ;!! 5 i :! ! PAOTIDE THEATER J Today OnJy Two Extraordinary Productions I 1 T' big atifl Wbit.lit think y doln'T T' ain't finn1 sals man a aqaaro dull Wnadda yam knew about fUhU? Eta ta b? A refer, tou t irv&t Meot4 story roanl That' Jack BataaUn. to char, aoter tmpersonaMsd fry Oeorg Walsh la " MELTING MILLIONS" "HER FATHER'S STATION" With Anna Lattaor. A cramlc roi rilm Comedy la Two Farta. TTWE Or SHOWS l, 8 SO. :00. 8:30, 7:00. 8:!W and 10 P. M. SPECIAL ADMISSION ADULTS 15c, CHILDREN lOo SUSPECTED FORGER mwmm . T. Adams, Alias Ernest Ander son, Wanted in Springfield, 111., Zs Seized in Field Seven Miles South of Town, K. T. Adam, alia Ernest Anderson, who haa been wanted In Hprlnalleld. Jdason county, 1)1.. on the charge if f orrery since Fx-comber I. wa sur rounded by U. M. Uixnn, deputy eher lit of Mason county; H. O. Mrumpfer nf tho iprlnanwld police department, and Hpecial 'fficer Walter Harrison and Pablo I.in of the Albuquerque foioe, nn tlx Handy ranch, seven lullea eolith of town this morniii. Police ortlccr JUrumpfrr and lep vty rsherirT Dixon followed Adams through the mate of Texan, filially )arninK thnt the latter with hi wile located In Albuquerque. They arrived here lam Friday and ehadow d Adams until their search ended Una mornlnK. Tho Illinois authorities notified the Albuqueique police ax o.ion ua they learned that Adams wa residing here, and had nothing- 'but praise- for the local force alter the latter had assisted In tho rapture. The authorities learned that a man hy the nana of Anderson at tho Handy ranvh erae calitna for mail at the local pout cftlee. Thla waa tho clue that brought the chase to a cloae. (loveinor W. K. Llndsey honored tho requ.sitlon paper March 2i. Adams, aa authorities nay. had a system of Ilia own In foreing and tel- I Una the check cashed. Ha tlrai n ade himaelf acquainted with various clique, became a Hood fellow, and when the tlmo waa ripe, forged one of hi so-called friend' nanio to tho check and waa trusted with the money. He la said to have obtained over SI. So la thi way. Adam and hi wife have been em ployed on the Handy ranch for three week. Adam waa working In tho field when ' Ihe poaae sneaked up through tho brush from all aide. 4m. aoolng that be had no thane of escape, offered no resistance. Mra. A do ma will remain on the ranch while her husband will be aceompan panted eaat by the illinoia authorities th evening. lvoc.tii rAivrms wox with tTK.VCTOIlS IXHl MOHK PV Painter", Ieoortor and paper hatiKera of .".merican. Lxn-al an nounce the aiming of the new ID 17 BKrefment. giving them a mlao of t' centa a day and ftaturdny afternoon ho!ulu. The momoer of the union have aareed that they will not Uka coittract work or time work irom the building contractor or the general jiubllc. Fair painting concern putt, tiita their name to the agreement are: Adelard Chauvln, Chnrlea Quler. ( harlea Nonoman, F. J. Vandemypt. John Heiiiolh, tamue Garcia, Kic ardo Zamora. Kelix U Ulaaalc. fTV.omaa M. Deluhode. Hubert U Auron. Lawrence Morelll, Uuvld Ruf tin. and Ueorgc Ktrem. Henry haul taaggac and all otbrr UUrura: eomea at your roiling hat on tlarir wing. Hat motto to prampta: hi aervKe la fue: MVUrnrvrr you want hint iuat phono MXkVI IllUaC-XIXE. APWJf ATIOXH rX".t PAKOI.B .rw Mexico Hi ate I'enituiitiary, Bunta F, New Mexico. March 21, 1D1T. To All Concerned: Tho following priaonere hav mad application for parole. Action on nme will he taktn by the board nf parole at their meeting March 2. 1111: J satin Klin. Jeau Gonaalea. Don t Ana county; J. U. Ilutchmaon lta John Jonea. Lincoln county. Jon lon.Ut-la. HernHllllo count: Aiiaa. tacio V'gil. L'nion coun ,; Mmgurlto Uiitailo, ran MiKixi county. THOMAS Hl'GIIKH. euperinlendent. By Buying Our Refrigerators In a car this year we were able to save greatly on the freight so that we can offer you the famous Leonard Cleanable One-piece Porcelain Lined Refrigerators at last year's prices, if you want the best at a saving don't fail to see our stock. RA ABE L 115-117 North First St. "If it's Hardware We Have It" SORE. RHEUMATIC IXab pala away with a email bottle of nhl. poor rating -tit. Jacob' HV trial Ptnp "doalng" Rheumatism. It's pain only; not ono case In fifty require Internal troatmont. Itub aoothlng, penetrating "Pt. Jacob' Oil" right on tho "tender apot" and by tho time you aay Jack Robinson -out come tho rheumatic pain and dlstreaa. "tit. Jacob Oil" la a harmle rheuma ttam liniment which never disappoint and dooan't burn the akin. It lekua pain, aoroneoa and atlffnea from ch. Ing Joint, muaclea and bone: stop clatka. lumbago, backache and nen rail la. Limber up! net a amall trial bottle of old-time, honest "rU. JaciU Oil ' from any drug tore. and ina mo ment, you'll bo free from Vain, ache and atlffnea. Don't auffer! Hub rheumatlain away. Univeraily News l'nlcrolt Hhu. Ii4iat. The L'nlveraily ot Nrw Mexico tic ceeded In defeating the Vnl.eralty of Hedlaml laat Saturday evening In a debate held in Kedlanda, t'alifornla. Thi la a debate thl the 'varaity waa extremtily anxioua to win aa the I'nl veraity of Heillnnda haa a national reputation for debating team. 2nd tnlr victory will prove to lie quite a feather In the t'ntveratty' rap. The membcra of the team that reaponaible for the victory were !.ee W. Walker and 1 noralf Xundt. The queation . Keaolved that the I'nited tatea ahotild intervene in Mexico tor the purnuae of OHtabllnhlng a atabiu form of govwnment. The l'-al boya upheld the negative aid of the (men tion and advauced auch thoroughly convincing argument that they won the decision of the )tidgea. two to one. Meeting of Junior Cla. An important meeting of the Junior claaa waa held today at noon to decide on om of the arrangement for tho Junior Prom which la to take place on the tenth of April. Thla dunce will bo given at Colombo hall and will be given for uppercliiaainen oly. with the exception of the officer of tho under claaee. Vanity to IX-feat OiKiago Ciilw. The afternoon of Wedneaday tho twenty-eight of Man h will w itneaa the defeat of the Chicago t'ub by the baaobail team from the I'nlverilty of New Mexico. At leaat. thla I tho pre diction of the moni'MT of the 'varniiv quad. It la entirely poawlble that the various member of the Cuba may hav a different Idea of the outcome, however. I The onlv reason that there may be aome doubt aa to the fulfillment of the 'varaity' prediction ia the fa-t that the Cub are going to provide tho local team with a buttery and on ac count of thi the reault may take a different anpect. Thia name will mean a lot for the l"nlverity men a It will gixe tli'm a wonderful chance to aee a lot of the fine nointa from the Inside and the game should reault In n whole baaeball education for them. KtuWnta to ParllHuatc In National t.tianl INtnonxtration. Th student of the Cniveralty nre planning to take a prominent part in the denjiinntration that will take plno on ".he return of the New Mexico Na tional guard. The exuet lime of the arrival of the guardsmen ia not known I yet but will be announced later. Hev- mil unl'iue feature have been Planned for the reception of the bojn who have given so much of their time for the state of Xew Mexico and the government of the I'nited State. htmP-nta IX'foat Ktonograpliera. In a rather loonely planed iram the Mine twill team from the I'nlvcrMty t"ie. ceeded In lefetiii the team reiuv ventlne Ihe Alliuouerone Ullatni nK College laat faturduy afternoon by the core of ii to U The I'niversity lahnwed much bi.tt. r batting form than in the previous game wli'i the liueinenn ,iollcge. j I Mr. and Mrs. 1. Hividson of lie? ; Mumei. la., have been visiting fricndi. her the past wrek. sssassssssassassssasssjssaiasesasassssvq M AUGER WILL DEDICATE DEW Program Hu Been Prepared Which Will Extend Over the Entire Week; Members of Con gregation Proud of Structure. Bela) CarrMtMtfcdaa t Tka Ilerald. Keivn. N. M.. March X. There was ; held yeaterday tho Mist of the ser vices in connection with Ihe dedica tion of the new addition to tho First Methodiat church here A program jb.ia been prepared wrftch will extend over tho entire week. The aervlces yesterday consisted of regular Pun day schil sesalo. at :4 o'clock In the forenoon; preaching by th pas tor. Key. W. J. Walts, at 11 o'clock; Kpaorth league lit :3i in the even ing and at 7:J0 nr. II. A. U.isHclt. president of AlbUipierque college, preached, which waa the flral of the dedicatory services proper. The program for the week follow: Motutay, .Matvli 119. 4:30 p. m. Cafeteria dinner erved In the new social service room. Pre pared and aerved h the' men nf the M. K. church. MEM. Meat. Cold and Hot llrown Orary Potatoes. Mashed and otherwise Kread Freah from the oven rlalad Bid Diane and Dellcacle too Xu. meroua to Mention Homemade Pie. I Varieties Cake Angel and the Cippoaite Heat of Coffee Served Htrictiy on the Modern, Fp-to. Date Cafeteria linn Dinner .J0 p. m. and on Everybody men, women and chil drenhave a special invitation to coiue and aee what our men van give you. WoltrcssJay, March SH. T:J0 p. m Y. M. ". A. and V. W. C. A. united service. Addreaa. Miss llcrthu Itecker. e reury Y. W. C. A.. AiliuiUtriuc. Iolo laclectedj. Mra. N. W. lien niiig, Albuquerque. Address. X. W. Iteiiniim, acctetmy V. M. 7. A.. AlbunueriUe. tiptclul mualc. Addieaa, II. P. Demand. National V. W. C A. secretary for bo. Th s nieetlng wii' lie npvclally in the inter eat of the Y. M. C. A. Jiid Y. W. C. A Hlble study ..lub of He len. Hut every body la cordially In vited lu uttvnd. ' We want the pur entH in Uclen to come and see and Ileal . Ill.lny, Mureb 3D. 1:00 p. m- An evening ol music by the High School baud., under the leadership of Prof. F. K. Kills. Thi band I deserving of Ihe hearty co-operation ol every cltlsen , of Helen Hhow your appreciation of I their effort by coining out Friday evening. Sat ui-day, Mnnii 31. 7:30 p. m. A service for the Span ish people of our community (in their on language. I. Adrireaa, Itev. T. M. Harwooil, Al buquerque. Mpei lul niUh.". Addresa, Illustrated with stereopit con, llv. B. . flarcln. Albtuiuerquc. The member of tho Methodiat con gregation believe thut they no'V have one of the moat tip-to-duto churches In the country. The new addition in clude a recreation room, also a par sonage under the same roof ua the ihurch. The parsonage contulns four room In udditmn to a kitchen, the latter being ao urraniied that it can oe used when sodul or other enter tainment are given by the church, when It I necessary that cooking be done. It ia so arranged, however, that the privacy of the other four rooms will not be disturbed tit auch times. Tho seating capacity of the church haa also been conf idertbly in. creused St. Anthony orphan age extends to the Victor I American Fuel company of Gibson, N. M., its sin cerest thanks for the car load of coal donated through the kind efforts , of John S. Beaven. BEBBER, OPTICIAN Citizen's Bank Bldg. MALOY'S Texas Strawberries, 20c Vegetable Seeds. Flower Seeds, Onion Sets 80METHINO NEW! Canned Mexican Beans. 15c can. Too will like tliem. Cbas A Sanborn's Co Use 50c. tibc. toe and tTa: lb. Monov-linck. Hreiui 10c A.J.MALOY Phone 17:! ami 17U SPRINGER Transfer Co. KNOWS HOW THE WEATHX2 milECAUT Tonight general ly fair and colder; freeiing tem perature. Tuesday fair; colder southeast portion. AUIFQFFltgrH Weather 14 hours ending S a. m.i Maximum 71. , Minimum Range 45. At II a. in. 44. West Winds: clear. for The prodigal son had Just sneaked in the buck bay, be tween two days. "Owing to the greediness of the beef trust," explained the old man, "we are entirely out of calf, but here's a can-opener. Clet busy." 4 TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fall to get your trvoalng taper, call PORTAL TELKORAPct COMPANY. PHONE St. 44444444444444 MiiiiiiiiitniurrrriiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiit' Personal News Items. Auto Ro rings, ail make. Korber Co. Mr. Theodore Dixon of Suwanec. N. M.. won here yeaterday. It. II. Pollock returned Saturday night from ii trip to (in. .up, X. M. M. 1 Powell of lVnxer was in Al-tin-1 ii re . i lie istcrdiiy. .Mr i'owell for merly In ed here. tienrxe Hopkins, a i ashler for the Kama l'c ra.lway at Mugdiilena. was a visitor at the V. M. V. A. yeMcrdax. Attorney M K. Ilukiy left thi morning for funta Ke on Itk'al busi ness. .Mra Harry Dennis left etenlav for her old home at Colorado Springs. Colo. Mr. und Mrs. W. C. Ktchey nf ! gunu were visitors In the Ity yester day. Prof. J. 1-. . Hwlnney of Mountuin air wa here yesterday visiting his daughter, a student at tho Fmversitv of New Mexico. Ji II. WhitrHldesfl of the Zulu mjuntaina ul rived In Albii(iieriilc Hafiird.iy He expects to return to Httwyer. V. M., this evening. W. I.'. Howard. traveling super viaor of the Holme Supply company passeil through Albuqiierqfe atur. duv night on hi wav soutli. K. K. Kirsh. operator for the Banta Fe railroad at Itio Puerco, X. M.. ar rived in Albuquerque Huturduy even ing. Dr. James Thomas, a member of the Santa Fe ma n lir.e hsiital board lit rived in Albuquerque last week from Topeka. Ka. He will return home tonight. Mis Lillian Itoi-e. nurse at St. Joseph's hospital, haa Ju.it returned from Socorro, where she haa I n for the prist month tiiklng care of two patient. Mr and Mr. N". W. Ilcnnini: and children. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ci.rwine of Kentucky, and the Misses Maud anrl Maritaret Staab motored to Whit cuinli Springs Saturday. Mrs. W K. Hols., of Jami'stown, North fiaktda Is visit. ng friends here. Mr. and Mrs. C, K. HancocK. who spent the winter m Aimiquerqiie. ien Iuhi week lor i.ynciiourK. . capt. W. I. llimea has made nipll- c.itlon to the heudquartcr oi me outhern milltarv diatrl t at Fort Sam Houston. San Antonio. Tex., for commission In ihe infantry branch of the I'nited State reserves. Uiuls Phillips. M. I.. Alhers. and IM Swipe, AlbuquiT'lUe tfllev.itia to the. recent district convention of the I Woodim ii of the World in liiociux At.i.. returned b..ine vesierday alter- I noon. Dan philli.ia. another dele, ante, returned S..!urdi.. The next cuinention will be be:j in Santu 'Buck' Connor Is Here On Way to San Anonio To Take Examination "llll. I. ' 'olllioi'. buqiii I'que a i rive Ca';l. t m i and vv ill dus liele betoiif ill Known in Al- ed last iiikIU irom I! spend two or I 111 ee proceeding to Man while he Will til bo Alllolllo. Te)lB. tbe i .v animation tor a captuim-y In the I lilted States mkuiiI corpa. '. niors last apiienruiice in Al'iu querquc vvaa about a ear ago, when he was th.- prime mover in the cow boys' ball whnli was given here dur ing the i aMleinen'.i convention. Al ter leaving re re he enlisted in the T x m rangers. vvh te he remained un til l.nt liM Wlu-li lo. tea.gnej .H went to Calif irniu. lie whs at one Ii private eecre- t:i r to "Huftalo Hill, and is a thor "f note, being a fri quint tribuloi to Popular. Adventuic aU- Mv tint. a lot other luiuaine.-.. Connor Is a personal friend of lien er.il Hugh I.. Heott. or whom he Ui ted as acout in llll PhlliPpmea 111 IK'i'i He b Ihe support of I'o'ucrul Scou. us wi'll a" other iirmv oillcers. in Ins ambition lo land u taplainey in tile slitlill corps. SEND IT TO Bill's Shop THEY KNOW HOW Albuquerque's ment Phone 480 Successful Car Cleaners 215 8. Second 10 OUIZE BHD )fficer in Charge of Navy Re cmiting Station Is Told to Start Branch of National Organica tion Here. ilunner Mate .lumcs v.. Dnughetrv. In charge of the navy recruiting sta tion In Ihe N. T. Arm I Jo building ll'iu Just received order from J. W. Irv ing, chief executive acout of the Amer. Kan Junior Naval and Mnrine wonts, with headquarter In Xew Vork, ity. to Mart a branch nf the national or. ganisation In Albuquerque. The head officer of the Amerltim Junior Naval and Marine audit have been contemplating- on starting the organisa tion here for severul weeks, hut it was not decided until a lew- daya ui:. th:i. Dougherty would be placed in churn -. The Marine ecouts, aa the order Is generally culled, la similar to that of the boy scouts. F.vcrv boy net ween the ages of 12 and Is ia eligible, p dnean't make nny difference If the bov la tall, short, or tat. no restrictions are even mnde aa to nationality Join ing the 'oui does not mean thnt a a Albuquerque hoy will have to enter the navy In hla later year. The bov will be trained once each week In tho amall arm drills, and be given thi suine exercise a he would If he wvi going Into the navy. In short, the or ganisation might be termed a free cla'a In physical culture. The class (Irilla will probnhlt he held in the I armory. The marine scouts ia a recent or ganisation us coii,iird to that of the boy acoula. lint haa won with success ill many of the eastern and western cities. This la especially true In Kan sua City. Mo. I(ec-iiting Aoiit Dougherty intends to negotiate with the Itotary or Com mercial club lor assistance In getting the orgaiuxali.in started. When um started, unifotrtis will be ordered for the hoys, c.itnpinv; trips will be taken. and various sorts nf athletic toqrtui- mi nts will be held. i.ost: Two of our moving baskets. Any In formation regarding wlHTC-alxilils nf same will he greatly apprisiatiNl. M'ltlVt.l II TRWM IJI CO. GOING FAST! Our Mink of Dry timid-., t lotluit n ltd slus in ., uoiiiu fust. 1h Ion prior dis-w II. II-iiiciiiU r all must in' Isold. Mea'a gmat Slii. ... I Mi li s a mi slna-si . . . . 'J il.Ti . Sli oo I ami up . . X !.. . . .!). i . . . l.- ; niiil up . . . 7e . Sl.lMI ! WiHIM'll'n Sliia t..MI tl.-n's giaul Work Pauls . Metis. Kasl K'J.uo Pauls Vlni si. 2". lumi overalls Men's ".' Inw.v 1 laacrWiir Men's i as !.m lllg tut on line 4 i.uiforiers. IU-i t u lb hi, uril Ikvt qiiu I it v li-ii'iiH'. W ur.l-.. I.antcii ItakiN. mid llisv. inablN und I Iwt ssssU. t iui Itiinii'i Pirk and lu-ane.. ii. Ii I'litis lifsi i'oiiuitias. . . . lUiyiil Muc Siiu-ar Corn, 2 for. larue pkgs. paiwaki- Ik on- . 2-Mi. cull lain I'ubk ri . . I.m fat Miiekervl . . I nm v lloliunil IP riiikK. cacU. . I -H. kg. IKfll Mlsl large mil Viiertoin sanMins, I lul t-aiiM link "salmon Sweet Orilliui-si, do !. :tj lbs. line v 'ils. Il.s.1 i ieismargriua tlorniUft 4 Hjti. IH Hw. IiIkIi Paleld I bull-. Hie . . Ill" . . 2.V 1 . . ;Ca- ...fl' . . Oc . . . Tm . I.V . ! to lib' . !' Ilib' IM DOLDE'S Phone set. 10-IS So. Second St all. ;oodh pi:mt:h.f.d. m n. ohi rnit niJ.icn ritoMiTt.v ENGRAVED EASTER CARDS A dainty assortment of EN CIHAVED EASTER CARDS. Del. lcate tints and gems of sentiment mage this the most attractive line ever displayed. Prices range from be to :tbc each Easter Favors Constating of Rabbit Candy Boxes, dot. . . Chicken Candy Boxer, doi . . Almond Baskets, dug Enater Tally Cards, doz. .. Eauter Pluce Cards, doi . . . 8fiC . .aTiC . .one . . Ztc . . HiiC Table Decorations Dennlhnn'i Napkins, doz. I'aury Crepe Paper, fold . Small Rabbits, Chickens, various prices. . . . .luc ... 'Jec etc.. ut Easter Rabbits and Ducks White Plusli. Oray Plunb. Bruwn Pllisb. prices, ti5c to II.W Quacky Doodles. Ww, 1 00 and SI Tal Danny Daddies, 5dc. si. on and f 1 50 Strong's Book Store "Your Money Back If You Waut If (IS BP Crescent Hardware Co. 318 WEST CENTRAL AVE. Plumbers, Hot Water and Steam Heating Tinners WROT STEEL WARM AIR FURNACES Absolutely Guaranteed Phone 315 ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO DON'T FORGET 888 W tare you money by cleaning your wall paper and painted walls. Nothing taken out of the rooms (nn inconven ience) every article replaced (no dust) References, following ladles; A. O. Bimx, Judge Ileacork, Mrs. Klock, Louis White. Mrs. McClttrken, Qrini shaws and nuuiy other. Call for Bert, phono 8H, Kong of Cleaners. Kcdsk Finishing On Velox Paper This is the highest irrado of a paper for amateur work. We (.charge no more than others. Strong's Cook Store FRED CROLLOTT FUNERAL DIRECTOR Rhlpment arrangements to all parti of the world.. Prtrato motor am bulance. Phono Day or Nigiit 578. 418 420 So. Second Bt. Hemstitching and Picot Edging Done in the best rummer cn all kinds of m atonal at moderate prices and work Ruanuitted. SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. Phone Mi W. Central NOTICE I paper rooms for $4 00 and furnish paper. Phone 839 DUKE CIT CLEANERS I Wo clean lints, men's and women's rlolliliu-'. rugs, i-nrtnliin, drnlHsrles. I etc.. -an UiM t.obl. Phone till. I Promptness Our Motto For Sale On Type E. Rumely Oil Pull Tractor capable of pulling a 20 con load on ordinary road grades. Utes kerosene or real oil for fuel. Ideal for hauling ore. etc.. or lor plowing. Cull or write to the 8anU Te Gold k Copper Mining Mining Co. at Uan I'edio. New Mexico, tor particular. wmacm;graswumwtmstsaim ! a 4Va Matthew's Milk Phone 420 intmmrmmttmnttaaurtrmttttatmi. THOS. F. KELEHER Leather and ritidiiiK. Baddies. liar 'is. I'aiiita. Cut Sue's. Waterproof 'JUroioe Soles, bhee Stcre bunplies. OH WEST CENTRAL A GOOD BANK TO HAVE AN ACCOUNT IN The Citizen's Bank "Tbe Bank of Personal Service" POLL TAX Is now due. It is to your advantage to pny ut once. Mi.il check to Clerk of Board of Education, High School. Paints Superior Lumber & Mill Co. I Green Chili Thar' a reason why this I Ui beat 'uiimmI ciilll pa ked. ISI WATCHES JEWELRY CUT GLASS SILVERWARE Reliable Goods at Close Prices For nvor ."i0 years we luivc ro- p.iii'cd WiitcljcH und jcwi lr; Jinn p.iiis nf Ni'w Mexico .mil Aii- ARE YOU CRAZY sotliet lines V b. pa. ii In eyes lll.l t -It I ! . ! I'liu nng v isioii and lift I'U.-r.i-. ' These d iscomiorts res, ills if oiximiii. :i in t'v tittitu; . c ii l e We -u.il'.y th' i'Iii.ivi' the m.i I'K II.. rt C. H. CARNES Wis-t ( ciitral I'hotH' i:..v Theater. rt iHs.r to "If COOPER'S! CLOSED CROTCH f I Underwearl An ideal gamient for men t A' who want comfort, service and satisfaction. AU weights und ni.cg i PRICES i $1, $1.50, up to $3 t WRIGHT CLOTHING CO. The Exclusive Men's Siore X Bums 1 1 nil I mill. Send your unrk iii us hy ! puree I post. Sill isffict Kdi "Hiip. mill c I. I established: I S 8 S r0$j, yffiSjP I LIASLC ylirWATCHMAKfRS A JCWEtERS ; r ?05 W. C t N TW A L AVg.i v t 001-521 S. 1st ett Vss 4 wnis PLoue 3??