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The Evening Herald, Albuquerque, N. M. Thursday, September 20, 1917.'
pastime: theater TODAY OWLT PavlincTreocrick (Tiie L'ove.TriAT, L'iVP TOMORROW SEPT. 21 TOMORROW Repealing by Special Request MARY PICKFORD IN "THE PRIDE OF I THE CLAN" CHARTER IS GOOD BECAUSE OF ITS VERY SIMPLICITY So Say i John Simmi at the Rotary Club in Which He Tell Friend of Instrument They Concede Too Much. Aa waa to be expected tha dlecua Ion at tnday'a meeting of tha Rotary Club centered around the question f whether or not tha vlttsena of Albu querque should adopt what haa com to bo known aa "the charter." John btmm. who waa preaent aa a runt of' the club upon being Invited to "apeak on th auoject nearest hie heart." aald that ha waa preaent at the Invitation of lr. A. O. Khortl. and thought that tha courteoua thins wruld be to apeak on tl. aubject "neareat th ductor'a heart" and then proceeded to demonnlrat that R wu mm h th an ni a with hlmvelf. "The friend of the charter are con t'eiiint; too mu. h" mhI Mr. Hlmma. "The ahnpllclty of the charter la one of the bi-kt feature About It. ft la a chnrtei pwrd down to th quick. J It I a practical charter. It la a work- tible charter; there la no need to make emuee for It. Thoae of you who huve Iwfn prlviieved Id read the book en titled 'The City Manager I'lun" have notix'd that in it there are copiea of all exlant city charter together with the 11! imi I na t li'at Information that that city which hue the simples charter J the bent governed." NpeiikiiiK of the p reuniilillea that he been In Jolted in the preaent conlroverey. Mr. Hlmma apuk of the oatonivh:;ig mental alant of th citiien who could iruHt hlH fellow man In Inisln. but aeeiiied to ue afraid to tru.t hint In matter, of government. "1 am from the aouth," aald the aM-Hk-r. "and the part of th country where i formerly resided we have what are known locally aa overflow. It aeema to me th tt Albuquerque la at th preaent moment .offering from un overflow of polu al evil. You are totting on a lleinibllcan lump. let ua a), deeply rooted In Republican I'rinciplea, auriounded hy the NWIrluik' water, of the political evil, of Altitl- uutriiue. You urn anxlon. to get off and cat to abort. J ml 1 color along in a boat, r.nil int ik you lit. "You vy 'No,' your lat la leak ing.' " "I aey, 'Tea, but I have a. bucket here. anO we can ball It out.' " "You u'. No,1 that'a a green bo.it you've rot. nod I like blue boat..' 'l mltv -Well irt In anttuiuf anil we will puinl It blue when we get a.hure." ' MiiHKiiitiii'miiiMiiiMnmMiiwiimiinHMiHimiiiintiiiiin E'IIUltlllllllllllillllMUIIUIUUtUlllllllilllllllllllllllllllll :i in i.iin. h . . : ..... 1 f 1 'N The columns. that the 3 9 grocery slores of Albuquerque present their besl suggestions for Saturday's supply day buying Careful housekeepers watch for and profit from careful reading of the Friday grocery ads 1 , , 11 ,ii,aii!!M!ui!Ml!tO!!!Illil!lw AIM), VII KVKOIt PltWKSTM PAULIHE FREDERICK "THELOVE THAT LIVES" , ttaa mrrvn'n fntevjava: emo tional aiirrw In nc-w and nil Ml Mm nmrrluitUm. Tin, of Mxm-I, t:l, ::. 4 I.V t, 1:.V :JO, ff:3 p. m. Admission 15c Children 5c You ny. -No. 1 want to get aehore. alright enough, but thla la a Repiir.li- can Ptump and I am a Republican - "Over her la a fellow on a Demo- cratlo limb, a branch of a atron lJamoiTatlc tree. I pane by him, anl In It him In. "lie aaya. No thank you. I will Juki roiwt hera. until the water gna down I.uf I aav. th water la not aoln down. II la rlalng. and haa been for long tlm. you'd better mrt In th , boat. " 'X.' h replie, ! don t like the way you ar drd. you hav got on a brown tie, 1 like red tie..' "And ao It goe. They all want l'i get ahore. but will not get-Into the boat. hccatiK they do nut Ilk the'c.it of i boaiwain'a lib. "We have oflered to ua to vote up on at thiH lm a gi-nd workable char ter, and I would BdviM thorn who ure In favor of It to drop their defeunlve work and adopt offenalve lactic.. "Cannot we decide a muncipnl quea tlon along line of patrlotlem? We have a good workable charter, and the queatlnn anrroua down to whether or not w believe In the commlmlon form of government." Beveral other gueet were aleo pre.. nt. and .poke etrongly In fnvor of th charter. Noted Prohibition Orator to Speak at Auditorium Tonight After a very atipcew(ul tour of th .Uite. duriag- which he haa ajken to large und attentive audience every where, th Hun Oliver' Wayne Ftew.' urt, of Chicago, returned to Albunuer iu thla morning from Hucorru, wlx re he apoke Inat night to one of the lurgext audtenuea ever uNeiriblei In that city. Mr. Htewurt will apeak tonight at o'clock la th high achool audito rium, under the Joint au.picea of the .tat and county commltteea or the Antl-Huluon league of New Mexico. The Hon. M. K. llickey, county chuir- man of Heriialillo county, will preHlde and the local committee hav.ng the meeting in charge have provided gum inuttic and a good program la untlct pntrd. Mr. Btewart. who. with novernorl Hanly. of Indiana, la the founder of are engaervd, imoiving the niot prec the "Flying Huumlron." I one of the loua privilege which we have u InoKt llilereatiiiK apeaker of the Anie - rlcun platform: and tnte aiiperln- tendent of the untt-auloon league, who' ha been touring the Rtate with Mr.) Htewurt. uiuurea ua thut Mr. Stewart ii, methiHl of prekentiiig lhe prohibition' liwue la in un entirely new vein. Mr Ktewart make hi appeal, mil In the manner of the time worn method of the profKmlonul reformer, but in the iiiomi logical manner, uppeul to the audience, atrictly along line of eo noliilr und aoclul efficiency. 1'arty who took Stbigea bar I known, ami nave trouble. raincoat froi . Return at mire inniiuwfttiMitiiiUtu4immiuiaiHiJtiHmiiuimmum EI RID AY IS GROCERY BARGAIN DAY fc5 Herald's advertising This is the day leading markets and El iiatiwmiawiifliiwniwiiii 1 H F IT ARE ON THEIR 1Y Bernalillo County ' Second Incre ment Departed Thla Morning for Fort RUey to Begin Training ' for Soldier Duties. With b.ialiieea practically auiended until after th departur of the train. Albuquerque centered Its attention during tha arly huura of thla morn ing in Klvtnv mtliiK farewell ( ' llernalillo'a nuota if fifty-one men who departed for "ani Fun at on where they will enter training to fit ithemalve for training In the national army. Aa previously anuunced. the mei tuinllnl at Ituhinmtn park 'about J o'clurk and ahortly thereiifter I the march to the depot begun. The If...,... ...1.1....... . I.... .liu.iu.,1 future aulitier. aa they atejipe.l epriichtly down Central avenue, were led ny tha Kir.t regiment bund and followed by aever-vl hundred cltlaen on foot and In automobile.. On arriv al at the depot gnod-byi-a were nl.l. !" ""' " '"",,r 1 '" ''ullm" nrt '"ytnmg " i"",iy f,,r ln" !"". I ' nilnutea before tha train left. Altieriinp lue ungiey mounted buiiaag-a truck ami appeal to th' irowd for money to make up to bncto fund for ih departing heroes. Mr. Tlngley atateil I hut Its hurt been falwd "I th park and It wo Uealreu "h"1 " m,,l'h M'le be adde I thereto. Ilata were pawed and when in com nad oeen counted it w. lound that the fund hud been Dwelled to 1 1 14. SO. Tht wa turned over to Opialn Albert Korher who. wil:i lvlU J. Arioijo, will ho In command of the aqiuid until Fort Itiley la reach ed. In addition to money, aeverul boxea of ciKiir were given th re cruit. The (Irnnt. Luna and l'ona Ana county Increment reached her on truln No. I", oicup Inu .peclul car. Tho liernallllu county boya were uh- algti'd to a car her -mil with the dele gation from the aouth, lett on a 'pe dal train at :!! a. in. An announced in th Herald ye.tcrduy. men from Sun Miguel, Colfax urid Mora countie. will board the train at La Vega and Katon. Th train la expected to carr; 053 men when It leave th at me. Due to the threatening weathct and the fuct that many of the recruit. Ue. I red to apend their !ut few hour. In th city with their funillica an I friend.. Iiiet mght'a reception t the Y. M. C. A. wn not a lurrfely Httenit- ed ua It Hliould liu'.e been. However, thoae who were pre.viit fell repuiJ for turning- out. Th meet ma ww opened with the Hinging of Amerli, alter wlui h Hun. Me.tor Morvtuyu, the irt apeaker, waa Introduced. Thi part New Mexico had token In the war wa reviewed by Mr. Montoya. purticulur aire, being luid upon thi fact thut Kernullllo county hud done It duly by vending iRh u lurge mini ber of men to Join the color. .Man. Vulunteera were obtained tier" for the iHI'iou branch ol' t'ncie Sam' flKhl ItiK eerMce folbiwInH the declaration of wur. He said the mothtr unJ father of ull the men u ho hud re ipomled to their ounir (.ill .hould feel proud that they had an oppor tunity to delend their cuuntr. lllahop Frederick K. llowden, in hit- beech, reviewed the launi. wlibii led up to the war. Me al.o etuted th it Him u death Krapplv In which we lmcn und which e bold r.ureil Ainrroun. I lit. I lately we did not icilixe thi fact, lie .aid. We have u mine o uccuntomeil to tbe,. great priv llewe of ileiunciary and freedn' i that il i hard for u ' gra.p the tart that we are in dutiuer of huvlnft th 'ii t.uor. i.i from u. if l'i 'UMMinu.ni become doiiiinant. then tin world .4 ocr I. not kotiiK t ne wiitb livir.it ir. it i going tu be -i world in wb ch tlm re I. loot, ttcitrvion and optc m hioii. "Tliul i the iue aualnnt wbli'li oit art called upon lor M-rvice, ' l ihbop llowiten htatid to the li'trmt". "light i:naiti.i wrung, demoirui aijaiuM: iiutocrary. fieeduru ag.iniM .1 verv. p cloMni; the blhnp dee.u-il lltat .tbt' eivire the men vvouiU bi? i-altei 5 uiii.n to iierlntiii would improve their i MMlt t'lililllth'li itiul KM thi'iu i r viMnn of the ili-cp n-nliti- M 1 litt- Al Dip nnt hilon of the toMi")''" fl'tr'. HiiiK i m ten i-nt Jiihn Milnf. wild rtMi(t'i nt the nieetniK. n-Kil tht tfiillilfa to Htep forwanl ti h roiitium. wIuti' tih wjih r'Hm "t Viiih it irtitiiiture Anit iian fl i '1 he met in ft iluMed with t he inu u 'l vnteri4ti " ll w it !tnnoun ed tfilay h S- re Inrv tttfuitn th.it u let-fptitin would he It-ntlered the thirl font innent ut the V. M A. mi the e chliiK of t 1. two :i et hefi.ie the hten le,n f it Kirt IIiH v ,u f m 1 1 . r m will L' linurii-iMl liiter It s a question which is the worst condi tion Want a thing and not have it, or to have a thing and W. net Want it. I In either case the il answer is read and use the want ads. SPRINGER Transfer Ccr.?sny Trunk and Things . TO SUBSCRIBER If yovj fall to eat our vanln paper, rail POSTAL TKLKORAPH 4 COMPANY, fHONB 1. .i Diiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii:iiiiminiiimiiiuiiimc Personal News Items. illlTtlMII II Auto tprlngm, H niakoa. Korber Co. I ou.-O. Taxi Rervlc. I'non 40. John Uecker, "r.. wa here from "inn today. W. II. Chlldrr. it Kuna-ia City finan cier, wn her today on bu.lnene A. N. CuIkhp, of the Mumumo ra tloiml foie.t force. In III at hi home with rhcumatlxm. W. II. M.uir ha gone to Moitn lalniir to lti.mil the muvhlnery of . motion picture theater. Mr. and Mr. Frank Pnnrh'. of North fifth .tree!, r the parent of a daughter born yrxtcrduv. J. . rth. enltrltor of the forest dl-irlct. hue gone on a vacation. Hi .,!. c being filled by 11. 11. Clark. Rev. . ll. liven hu been enter taining Iter. 8. K AlllHon, of Uo.wcll Mr. AIIIon returned home veterda." A loo lopold, of the game aaeocta- tlon, hit returned from Wllver city, where he lectured on game protection. K. V. Fee and family moved ye lerdiiy front their home at I0 W"i-t Creil to their country place north of town. Mri Jncoh (ohr I reiMivcrln ht the I'rPHl.v tcrliin hoepitai fimi II. e effect of un operation performe.l tin. week Theodore W. Cmlv, who left here recently ufler a residence of two year. died tbl week at hi home lit I'lnttn burg. V. Y. The futhtr of Mr, tleoree . Cram. tleorge tlrove. of Kort Madl.on. l'i.. died e.terdny. Mr. Craig left for Fori Miirtt.nn I nut night. Mr. K. Muharim and her four children have gone to Cnllfortiu on " pleiiNiire trfti. They expert to rl en I the winter on the com. Ii. W. II. Iing. pWnt pflthologlit In inurni' of the government office t- the Korber building ha relurred from a trip to the Sunt a Cuialma moiin tn'n. Mik Kthel Herby arrived Inxt even ing from l lovi. She expoct to en ter the Htate univrmlty when It open, tin October 3. In the menntime ahe I acting a HUlmtlttite teacher lit the Central achool. URGE GARAGE TO BE CONSTRUCTED AT FOURTH AND TIJERAS Dr. Hope Will Put Up $10,000 Brick fiuildinj; E. A. Schick to Take Ten-year Lease and Con duct BuBinesi. I'l'in. have been completed for th conMriictlon of a flu. nun luiMlnor htiildltig at Fourth atreet und Ti)ir:i av 'iiiie by I ir. W. U. Hope. It wi I b i,cij a a iraraue Work i to t,trt at once. j. iini'iling permit liavinn loen iMiied i hi!- iiiorninK bv 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u liu-l-ci tor Furl liiivviiich. It Ik to i.c ft two-.toiv tirlcli HiriH tlie. It "ill men. lire !" feet by i leei The liulldini; will be leued f..r ti ll i'ii to F. A. Schu k He will condiii i tin. unr.iui' IniNinc. Interesting Program Will be Tendered at Woman's Club Met il'4iPr.itn lie Kiveu ;it l( lif tei n.ion .i I I' KtlhlHHttll f iimim.-O Itititit wit. WoIk.iii'm elUK l-'rhlav o'eliirk, with Mm I. t Ifmtit rntLTJt in it follow: (il ll f;i iii i ntr of I.OVI. I'lllll'HS Itonnliv i h i I n-le S;.HI I'll I ; t(oiviii, M in It. M iii thr Home. Mih. CohltiHitn S;ilei 1'irM i Kahtet ila v. the Si hool, Mrt (ui An f i (tin ( trrttii, I . I., ( h I leitfhlle. Thayi t , MIhji l.uth Thiiruian. Safety in t i 'oniniuiitt v, Mr. Win. Meiuv I .of IK (at At nuwrtltifr. '!mik W.irtiflehl Cj.ilmaii t h t Similiter fioit. Jeihe Ti. ynoi . M i mm Hon. I I.UMrh. At) ineinlKiH nf the lioanl of man .ire uik'oit td i'ttentl linnrd meet IhK t Z lt li.it pt iinporiHnl IniHineMM. lr W. V Inll ha ihuiiKeit hi it fee I.. New Armlju IiuII.Iiiik. Tint. I ami I'etitial. Hour 2 tu 4 p. ni. I'll. WC I Dance tonight, Arcade hall. Peerless orchestra. SEND IT TO Biir& Shop THEY KNOW HOW Albuquerque's Successful Gar ment Cleaners 219 S. Second Plione 480 LINDSEY GETS STATE CELEBRATION PLANS Telegram from Governor Apprise! Chamber of Commerce That Propaganda Program for Pa triotic Week Decided On. New Mexico take the Initiative again. Thla la the find .tale In the union to plan a ' ig (atrloilc week nt which the entire war orgiinlaatlon of the Mate may meet In conference fnr In.truitloti and liiplriitlon. Knrly thi afternoon the following telegram from flovernor l.indMcy wa received at the Chamber of Com merce: "John Tomb, Sci letniy Chamber of Commerce. A lbuiiieriiue, N. M. After fotiMiiltallon with the executive com mittee Htate council of ilefene It ha been decided to cooperate and put on a propouanda program i-J the patriotic week lemon.trnllon In your city. I Signed I "W. F.. l.ltuNev. "i lovernor." Till telepriuit came In repone to ll letter Hu-ned by lreldent Mux Nordhaii of the AiliuouerUe Cham ber of unimeii e Inviting the gov ernor to ho preaent during tate patri otic week and Hotting forth In detail the plan a worked out by the Chamber of Commet-i e committee in ch'irgo of the work, con.i.imi: of 'o U K. It. Heller. I'. F. .McCniinii and l 4. Mail'herott. At toduy'a meeting of the lloutre cluli John Tomb. eecrctHry of the Chaiubcr of Commerce appeared ami gave the ue'iubled Rotarinn n brief resume of thi plan and purpoNc of th Chain'it-r of the "four big dav." To lie n Itcillilotl Week. Mr. Tomb .aid in purl. "Wc plan to provide an opportu nity for the relative and friend of the Moldier bow encamped In Albu iiueruue to vi.it our bov. Reduced railroad rate will be in effect und free camping ground with wood und water f ui ill -hi ll free w ill be provided Al.o there will be K I whole.ome entertainment feature in uf f Iclent Mirlcty to occiiiiy the lelHiire hour of the viHitotH .MHiniry maneuver Mini exeri'tHe will form a goodly part of the afternoon progratii.. ami the ol dier are being invited to take Jut p. active a part in the program a they will, and we huve the iiHurnnce of the commanding officer that their rcpone in thi particular regard will leave nothing to bo ib'.lred Tex Au tin' rodeo will be on eveiv afternoon anil will outdo any pet formalli e he ha. t-v'r Kivi'n. "You will readily ic that it will be po.Hible on thi. iicciinIoii to Mir the patriotixio of lhe people attending to aimoet nn deirree. and we propose to have a aerie of convention of th1 I'lirmiH w.ir (Midi lllf ktlil. Ml:it rniUHil i (unt i diiiH tlH ruimitf iiici). fuiir wnrkiTH ilinmrh- fnr Hisf.ilH'', th1 f (Iff I'll, he' of li-l-flln', HHitur miiititf linn, th IIoiimt ifit- l.it-ettv I tu ml ;4 .!. county ntrenf uml hotne "ikhiiich ili'ioonKtratoni. a ml ttther wnrki-' il loDK HltmlHr llneH. We ;irofioe to lut on a war rxhilnt With niHihly lloovi kilehenM, anil nrh;ipH a lluiivcr I'MdiUtHnt We nre also ro in; to in(te the viu Ioiim fttfeniMH of the lieil 4 'row mn i-ty to put on w'ttrk inu exhihim. I of 0t-iliitnl HiilliliM'x. "t'nl. HelU-iH. who hax lieen up poinlt tl illtei tor of tlitH iirli ul.it' .o- t.it' of th i tiiimhi r of I iiiiirtu i ie ha.. MTiiii'i! t hi' ui of tin- il not i ti pi "it pin t If til of t )) H'1-lilenl.i I I ,if I'liiMjiiK from littutac i;or-iiinrttn. wmi hiiM iton.ilftl it a(tsilut"ly without i i,i t-e nciHinm h ;ih it in to he uel for pit t rmt li- fin i post . "We hiive the eioloi semen t of th p'livr) nor of t he hi. i tf. a in I the fit.it I roil mil of ttet iiisi ami .iir i it inir j the he. iihs of ,U war woikit oij-am-xatiote in tin slate IihIh atinK how the Ilia V t.t ke ni fl Tltafe of I lie tu' i asioti for tin luilheranie of their pal tirUlilt ntijei t-i. At thf -Mii-i)-inii nf Mr ToinhH' I e 1 1 la r k h. 1 r 1 1 S IIiini-iiu i hi aroKi n nil lie;iiti riiinineilai w!:.:t the, t h.unlet ot niniiM i ! ih .itii'inptini? in l h in il ii I ion. ami .it his mui lion M John Milnt- who wis pri M 1 1 1 jJ 1 f l lhe ahu-rn e of I r sn I i-nt I'.i'H ii ItetiinKton appMititi.i tin- fol low iiii.: I: ' it. 1 1 i.i lis to ii-..-.i-t I'ni Si-iii'i. ;'eei i l;i i ToiiiIim atol the hamher nf lilhliii'l ronitritMee tin thf Ml. if pa - I I loij. w 4-L in inn u .i po-cit.h- 1 ) M.n riiiixmi, l: W.ilton. ' ( ( 'tihhiiian Dance tonight, Arcade hall. Peerless orchestra. I'i'IIi- Siliii(.'s Itiillff, 00c Aritiiiiil's SIiitiI I'.aiMiti, in 1 Hi. i iii'liihs, 55c 1'iiiiin'il I'l'iiii.'s, ri'iuly In s,. jr,.. J .)!,. r;l,s, 20C J I'ii i' 35c N'iiiiv.' llmii'V -Cuihli mill Stliiiiinl l-'i rsli Hnki rv I IhiiiIs - I'.ii inl, ll'lllls. I'il's. I'lllil'S A.J.MALOY riiuiitt 172 uihI 173 MALOY ILflO Crescent Hardware Co. 818 WEST CENTRAL AVE. Plumberi, Hot Water and Steam Heating Tinners WROT STEEL WARM AIR FURNACES Absolutely Guaranteed Phone 315 ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO iiitiiMiiit4t4tumt ittf ttttt1 MAYOR DENIES HE WANTS TO RUN FOR Sayi Flatly at Pro-charter Meet ing Any Report to Contrary Is Unfounded ; Present System Un wieldy, Asserts Alderman. Mnor 'rt'rfltl i mil a caiiillilate tur a . m . Ipmm t -tl 1 1 iimli'i tlie i....,(il ih.irtil II.- mailt- tin- l-it n. i lit at .i irn- harl r mcvtititt hel l I net iiikIU at tin- t'entril hi liuiil. Hi- vv.i fur the -li.irt.-r. the mavni aui. lierauM- Iw v ivlir-il in ie wiiii.--I It i n u ami::iiili.-lii'il (nr tin- it irc.inl Anv I .-lx.lt flat 111' li.teli.le.l I" wi k ii t iiiiiiiiiKi.iiH i liip. lie mill, w.i-lU-l' llmleil. .Mil. rmaii Allen U Slimii. W I' Met. air ami I'eurt'e I . ll.ul.'X wi'ii "I"' n.h'-i' hii-aU.Ti. Mr. .iiiiiun hiuI the fauli uf the ir.-'tit svi-ii-m Uul tint I will tlie mayor, lull was u fuinli it.iutBl w.aktioti In th it th.-re was -m nt tale anil resp.inil'U inanuKt'tnetit "f inii:r.'inil aftatr-. The pr- -ent nvsti'tit wa tinwielilv.. .vi i simiiiH miiil even whi n there wa I m tlltelv itiioil f.lllh nil the i:irt of all the .ifiaeliiil'li t x i unini'teil with it. meetitia wil lle helrt tonlitht In the .-H-i'i.n.l ward ehnul. ami tuti'iir rnw mailt iiteMtini: vv ill lie h.'M in th.' I'.rnt anil Kmirth war.l. IliMtlli't Attnrney llelirife it is-. n ! ' fvi i.-r of the rharter I'.imnitioii.ii si nk. (.. ln.,ineii it tlie rear .if th Si. il l Ke i.lllri.llil ill-it-- at t ll linluv. Ir. i.-i.iiitn.K pel iii.s-i.i'! ii .1 .Ii ili. luer. iMiiei tritenil nt lt:il'tm -alii it wa In In- umlei at. mil that iii.uni'lits .if the '.hurt .-I were In h.ive the F:lllie il.vilK. ami that it wi- t.. I.e nn ili-ritoii.l l.i that nu tn.-eeil.-nt was ciiilihe1 fnr hnliliiiK iinlitx.il mil- llil at the shni- Dance tonight, Arcade hall. Peerless orchestra. YOUTHFUL IDEAS ON BREAD "VcJU lKE, .tt,. j.'.ttv er-r tin- -:iim.' i!i..e ... Kits- ' ' i vv : l . t ,t :r. . y..n.l. .. . tii'iy. Ii -1 . ii. . lii.l -tt.-li;;lli 'i l tl. hen- tll. V . t I'm- I..;i'..- ilial "till the dill " in i v i v 'ii 1 1 1 1 1 -. i i : r H i il i- made fimii ;iih-i ll"ii. m tlir In . --T ,-rti-"i!. t- v i!i:.li li.'itil. 'l li'l V el we -ill il .1 li V el v I . . nr. I ' Ij 1 1 I f '" I t hi I .' II . el PIONEER BAKERY S. N. BALLING, lrop. 207 S. First Street. WANTED Wa fix your aboe. Only the brut material I lined and expert wi.rk manahip.. Oiv ui a trial. Our jirlre ax tha lowest. THE ALBUQUERQUE SHOE HOSPITAL 117 N. Beconl St. FOR HOME FAIHTEBS VAIAIMIt. si nm i ixmhim. jap-a-i.ap mu HI1MTHIE, 'ITR1JTR. TIIIC I.41NU I II K ICNAMKIh AITOMfHtll.K PAINT. C. A. HTDS0K 4th and luiiew At. C. C. HEATH A COMPLETE LIMB Of Fresh Groceries, fruits and Vegetables M8 W. C'ENTttAL fUOHZ li.'ll 7e Krr'v-" Green Chili THMro'i reaon why Vauined Chill P ked. ,., i I! GIBSON-FAW :: Lumber Company I Builders' Hardware & Paint J USE Matthew's Milk Phone 420 f if ii m i mi rtTenftVI'"""" -t t BICYCLES 1 I New and Second La.id I CHAS. HEWETT J GENERAL REPAIR WORK 200 W. Gold AT.Phone 540 j DENNIS W. TOTH ' Paintintr Calclmining I PAPERHANGINO ' am ur on v rg ivr Writ fur free Wallpaper Samples Notice to Honey Users I bar purchased the apiarj of R. E. Plfflee. Mr. Tbomaa and th Allen corporation. I will be glad to retain th patron at of tha old ciutomer. Bealdene 1607 Weit Maxtl. Fnon 1327. J. S. Moore THOS. F. KELEHER Leather and F'ndlnga, Saddle. Bar tie, Falnti, Out Bnlra, Waterproof Chrome Bole. 8ho Btcre Supplies 408 WEST CENTRAL Groceries Cheaper by Mail Tho very blKhet quality and y oar com plete aatufartioa funrauteed. Bead lor catalog Bav money. CASTILIAN PRODUCTS CO. ALBOQOERtJtTB J. P. Morelli & Bro. LADIT.8' TAILORS and Habit Makers riione 5IJ 718 Weit Ttjeran BEBBER, OPTICIAN Citizens' Bank Bldg. l-'ir-l Cl.ivs; Slim' ;.'iiii iii'r' MARTIN REY Shoe Shop BuUli'a I'uuiior Liiiplnye Wuik UuamnteM and Prlieii Reiifioiittlile OHDlir.8 CALLED ICR ANIJ DELIVERED 2n:i 8 Ber o ml 8t Phone UHrt A Fine Line of Dishes CHIN AWARE. QUEEN8WARE, EN AklELW ARE The Exchange lao wt Ooui City Electric Shoe Shop PHONE M7 TREE CALL AND DELIVERY BATCH'S OLD STAND A GOOD BANK TO HAVE AN ACCOUNT IN The Citizen's Bank "The Bank of I'cmoual Bervtce" DUKE Cm CLEANSRS Vvr ih an liais, imii- anil vviiim'n' eluililiii;, runs, iiirt.ilns, ilni-rli'a. '.'.'II fs (.ui. I. 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