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mr THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910.
, DR, C. H. CONNER Physician and Surgeon OSTEOPATH All ac-ul anil chronic dikeases (rem cil. Office; Mem IlulhlltiR, corner Fourth nil Oiiirnl avenue. SEMESTER'S WORK AT UNIVERSITY . KODAKS $5.00 to $65.00 CXXXX)CXXXXXXXXXX GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY evv Mrxh-o's Pioneer Jewelers. WITCH INSPECTORS I Kit SUTA I K AMI COAST LINES. Kll WUll JtEPAllílM. A NU EM.HUING. TUB ARCH mow 15 MXX1) ST. A Saif-)OOOOOOOOOOOC ILL STARTED CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Hlote. ItmiR-. linio I'uriiMilnir íihmIk, Cutlery mid fouls, Iron Ilpe. Valves and l lninir, Plumbing, Healing, Tin mid Copper Work IS WBST CEN THAI- A KM E. PHONE 31. E. Fournelle Contractor mid Builder. Job Work Promptly Attended lo. J'lione lOfi.'i. i Thick and Fast New Goods Coming in : SWAN'S DOWN CAKE FLOUR Just arrived, the best fancy cake flour produc ed, 35c per pkfj, 3 pkys for $1.00 ' Extra Elbcrta Table Peaches. Ate at Their Best. Let us supply your Sun day Table. 10c per lb. Ward's Store Homer H. Ward, Mgr. 31 S Marble Av., Phone 20i Try a Morning Journal Want Ad 0666000 OUR MILK AND CREAM Is piodu.il mnl Il111nll.il I iider- tin- Nirulrsi SunllHiy Conditions of Modern lnifj lrK. The Matthew Dairy & Supply Co. liiunc 4UO Wholesalers CAS VEGAS CHAR L ALBUQUERQUE iwiaiiMW'ij'itiLitv TjtmqmimmmMmnwm mm nmwnm ' No Other Assemblage of fine clothes is to be found in New Mexico. We have the best products in Suits anil Overcoats from Stein Block Co., and the ! i rue of Kiippcnhcimcr. Stylish Overcoats have long and close fitting waists in neat (jray and brown ctfects, with1; wide lapels and graceful shoul- dors. The Cravenctte Coats with long loose fitting skirt is' much in vogue. SllílS $18.00 lo $35.00 Overcoats $12.50 lo $35.00 Mail Orders Promptly filled E. L WASHBURN GO. 122 South Second Street 119 V. Gold Ave. 1 St. Vincent's Academy Hoarding' mill da? school. Will iM'il lor Kllll I Kill-MU I on Scpleni. la-r Dili. Arnili'inlr laugltl. anil grammar courses MiihIi', luff, rlH iillnn mnl CIiIiim paint- Albuquerque, New Mr ho, Corner hUlh mid Nov York. HOME REALTY CO. 114 H. Hilrd Si, ' Foil HALK Km limine, W. Cutral; Dtw 7-riiom himno, N. Twelfth. Wt build luniks -u Monthly payments. ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRY and MACHINE WORKS AUHgUERQCK, NEW MEXICO. Iron ud Bras Casting. Machinery Repair. IIS LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS 110 N. 4th St. ES ILFELD CO. of Everything SANTA ROSA Strong Brothers 1 llllrl l.ik. I K llllil Klllblvlincm 1 "I "I II t hi IV ill' liny III' lllgltt. Teh-pliiuie, Xn. íá. lies , atMl. St l ong Itlk , nin r unit Second In Ih. rvrnt thRt you ahmiM not ri"'Hv y.iir iri'Mnlnn impr. li'lft- !'l o tl.n ruSIAI. TKl.tSlllt A Pit III. KHIiik your hiiin. mitt aililrea. Hurl Ihc i'íiiMT will bi dellvprpii hr Hun lul Mruwnittr. i ll. loii'i'lion. It .Ni. A III HKVV KI tin 0 Thi Hl'.ivn ii'ivarij will ti putfl f,ir llm HiirMit mnl rnnvli-tlon of tny. ,'ii iiiiiiitil mriilliiK r"iiUm of th. M'Tiihia .i.'iiiimI iii'in tli. diwir. V.. l'f 'l'!.t'l ll'ITH Jlll'llNAl, I'tiRI.IHIIINO CO. LOCSl NEWS OF INTEREST I (huilla on the vnliel luriin th" j 1. 1 er for vour t.ible. order a case sent out to your place. Phono and i H. i. It. ph.. iphi V li li I i:, i-, whs.. n pr vlll I llg inn i in iiv , lllSl lll'S. Da is III pW !'i tiilmw I't, . Ill"' I H V i-slel i,iv en Mis M.nv Phelan. i,.rineilv di'llf 'l litis lllv. II turned VI lill.-r ii ii uhselue ot a vriir A líteles. ,'U. 1. .fl !. W II II f i. is : n Kali-. I etlll'll bus Pei- "llth lli,!ll St bit S.ilunl.n ' bis 'i-- "a h i V , In 1 1- hi m i 'it v , in- ,-t lloili t ina. N. 1 spell-ling tllu -.it ni ni Mi-- r nioiilhs. Helen Vh.l'l ii .-r iliis city I .1.1.1 V tlll'l IM llg v ii, re slie vv ill .si 11, ties til I lo i II 111 I llg tilt- Willi' II- l ill he II leí!. I tor i merlin. .il-"le llel s.-rv.itoiv ii f lj.-.-lH.y i.t iilel ii -1 I th.'lll'.iMl (niiH'irow liltM!!!" i,n t.i he I..1-,- li I lie Ini da ll e liel I H mid lulled. Th will itiitiish M-i'i inn II. I ' 'l .tll'.'l till, II. Uie l.ur li. 1 1. 1,- i" vv ill in,. K.- ii 't tio- mi- I. I next Hit !l t t.itl. til.- I. t xirt '!e. v-ss M i- MaKKic Mi.ii.uiiv. si-l.-r ( j Mrs .laitlt-s H.-iiliesM-v. pit lat eve- I Ii 1 1. Ü ,.r l Springs and In-n-j v.i Ml. t a t . 1 1 r i.f r,!"?a-l' be will x-o to Tin son, Ann, and will ! i.ii a del,, .it.i.i't tin iiii.l.iif i D- em-j la-f. I h..:nl it slid i ti: tain l:eiii,,tv It- lit.- ir ..1 ts.W. i. In-. Ciioi.ra id i 1 l".ia v th- t t vim- l.'i the rrn't 1 voiiti'lainls II i r h... a. i .-n!erv . n at tto- Tost i.n- , me and tt."lig, día .h'uldi Lie tak natural I ciu-itlv li.'Si of til. dowels II 1 ( valituidp for . htl-irn atoll It w vine. .. J by 11 adults. liruRSis II yoa ur--.1 a rn rfvnlaw, trlihnD lle-selden; phone 177. Ktylisa n-res sna tuf-1r fur ltt.h.4 en shnn notice hf W I. Trim. b: Co 11 N. Second etreet pli .a. t. . SI. (HAY, The busy photographer, Why! Hint work at tight prices. 215 V. Central Finnic 5ÜU CLEAN II', SAYS INSPECTOR. Phone DfO or CIO will en II up city scavenger who will niteini promptly to nil iills for garbage, wcrda nuil liiiulints them I'rlccu reasonable. 11. WI.'IDI.NGER, Room I. . ill lit lllil. cutting- away. Notice to the Public Having reorganized our grocery business on a strictly cash basis, we are desirous of closing all ac counts opened with us under our old credit sys tem. All persons in our debt are, therefore, re quested to make prompt settlement. We are giv ing all our customers, old as well as new, the bene fit of our splendid cash system, and we ask their co-operation to the extent of closing old accounts. . f. G. PRATT & CO. OPENING AFFAIR AT .ti New Members Initiated ami Season Inaugurated Under Happy Auspices; Music Study Class Meets Tuesday, The WimiHIis' club in their array of flowers and with i Inn iIimvs in dinging gre HHpiiragus lein lust 1 rooms were guy brilliant yellon lellers and win! en draperies ot riday when the the new into I he old members 1 it it lat 1 1 iv al vv hu ll mode of entertainment lor the club Is as ell known .t fot tlulr literary attainments. It was the best of the season, lili h is siiving iinlhlng as it was first; it Here belter, perhaps, to say that it went with the vim of past like allaits Then all is said Mr. I-rank sang, in usual style, and Mrs. Hardin, who Is g.nnliig an enviable reputation as u pianisie, fin lushed the Instrument al music. And ln.-t. but not least, the social committee passed out delicacies of their own pi upai tilioli which were likew isi- i-li iov etl. Next week the club bus a flue mu sh l piogiam and a ir.-iil III store. Mr. I'diimenslieiii. a noted artist ..I Parts wlui Is spending, a short while in tli,. city, will talk to the club mem bers on "lau- in Paris." Miss llervi K.-nvvoiiliv and Mrs I'tank will ren der iniisie for the day. The .Music Stiidv i lass will meet at the I lull TtlesdilN. the 1'Utll. at Cli p. : in -stil.teel. I'reiii b music. I tin f j k.-t, In i.f the i i V'i's of 1 lerulil. I la levy, i Audi r, Spoiitiui Mini Ambrose Tilomas i l.v dilieient ineiiideis of the class. Se I leetl.iim tr.im l'rn Dlavulo t.y Mrs. j I'rauk and Mrs. Hard. ii. .Selections Mt. in Mignoii. Miss lit.msey. Scarf j dun. - l.v rii.itiniiiiili., Pauline Hor 1 ,.i,l..il.-. ' j TarenUII.- Ielaoui and Valse i'l.r-iin antupie l.v Ciodard, Martini liullnrd. Music at The Park 1 '..i,. ing i the baud vomer! pro gram tor Siindav willing at liol.lnst.ii park , Mat.h. A i liu.i ue! iti e s Pride, Shertnaii. ; api i. e, ll'.i k ell J Wmiz i i 4 S. dolled Plovk." Milita, d 'V ert lire, II. Is." Halle . Wn. A IV'.I. :. Men . M Mo. n - HsPe In ..vers Kind," " ll.'llüiii ii Ihids and the Tie H,u il.in.is Happy lini fn.in Mexico." l iid.-r tte lrsh H. I'acgiit I- V f Am- t iv a. lmpe. i j i IM for Of liarais S E iltsrnian. Misac. Ky.. says: I u.-d in l:e I s Antiseptic Salve on my j h.in Is vhih urif m.p. end fnul It) the l.st i ívrr U.d. It cured lUem 1 vetnpleit'v, j I MIS CLUB BRILLIANT Try the Journal Want ColumnsJjTry a Journal Want Ad; Results OUTLOOK SPLENDID DECLARES PRESIDENT Pinchot May Make Address to Students; Much Interest. in Series of Talks on Citizen ship in New State. "Tin- work at tin' university in now la full swing anil we arc all settled rtoM'ii to a busy term's work," said President McQueen Gray of the uni versity ut New Mexico yesterday. "The attendance, especially in the collegiate department. Is ull that we could wish und 1 expect many more new stu dents a the first semester progresses. I want to Bay again that we feel par ticularly good this year over the splen did class of students. They are all better prepared for collegiate work, more mature, more serious and more prepared to do thorough, conscient ious and aggressive work. The fresh man class is one of the largest we have ever registered and the univers ity, I am sure, is getting on a more strictly collegiate basis." MICH 1NTEKKST IN COMINO AlHlESSlS AT ASSEMBLY. Consideradle Interest has been aroused In the forthcoming series o( addresses at the university assembly on Monday mornings on "Constitution Making," by well known speakers. The first address will be delivered at 10:55 Monday muniing, tomorrow, I bv lion. II. B. Fergusson, to be lol I lowed by Mr. W. Clancy on the succeeding Monday. Everybody is ! invited. (.11 OHI PINCHOT MAY MAKE VAItslTY AHÜIII.SS. Arrangements had been uniler way to have Gilford Piuchot deliver ail address In Rodey hall on October after the Irrigation congress. Mr. ' i'incliot, however, has ud vised Prea- ident lira y that his dates will malte I this Impossible and It is now hoped I to have him here for such an address , before the opening of the irrigation ! congress on September "ti. i President Urn y plans to bring a I iniinber of prominent men here for i varsity addresses, the publi hcing in- -1 A SNAP I or Ten On.vs ship to Otherwise ( nliloi nla. Will MODEL "K" WINT0N 30-35 Horse Power I'lve-PBsM-iiger Touilni; Car, with extrn minister Ixxly in spleinliil I'onilillini: full duck top anil i lil lain". I. laws vvliul hhield. (.ahricl chlino hom, road unifier Mini snerdonictor. chH-U. etc. Orlginul lost. ;!, ItMI. Will sell for .fttjO usli, or stH'iired imcr. .Mai bine Miouhl enru fú00 l'lilr week s a rent car. Iiiiiilrc . I. K. It, Sllr4f'atl t'lild Ave. vited to all uf them. It is his aim to have eminent speakers talk to the sludenlH on the problems of the new state and on the duties of citizenship ill the budding empire of New Mexico, Ciiiverslly Notes. Mr. Hugh ISryan, who is to repre sent New Mexic,, t Oxford, left last night lor llif old university across the sea. lie Kill inane a n-w snips in crossing the states, and sail from New York early in October. Professor and Mrs. Stephau have moved Into the Stanini cottage on the mesa, south of the university. John 1!. Mcl'ie. Jr., of Santa l'e, was a visitor Friday, renewing old ac quaintances, but at the same timo preparing to take his leave lor Ann Arbor university, where he goes to lake a law course. lie ex reared a preference for remaining at the I". N. M . providing he could get a course in law. Professor Pynch and wife now oc cupy the little cottage near the uni versity to the east. Unite a commun ity of tht- varsity professors is loini lug on the bill one of tin several visitors l.'U week was Prolessot- Paul, ev o stisl i f Ule School of Mines al Socorro, who haj .lust returned i rom tiermaiiy w here he attended the International Geolog ical society. As a side trip lie look in un exclusion Into Ijiplalid. Professor Angelí, dean of the col lege of science and engineering, has been giving valuable service in get ting new equipment together tor the setene, courses, leaves this week for the rnlversity of Wisconsin, where he takes a year's leave of adseiue to do gradúate, work toward u doctor s tli'iavi. The new temporary scion, e hall Is Using rapidly mid Is almost readv for the roof. The building is a one story, but covers considerable ground space. Kurt her improvements are being made on East Central avenue to the mesa. A surface of heavy gravel is being placed upon the new road bed which, if properlv treated and cared: tor, will be a idlighl to students and travelers generally. Miss Kgy ptiades. instruí tor in vocal music, who arrived from the east last week, has enthusiastically opened the . work in this n. n and what promises to lv popular department ol the uní- I verstty training and cultige. She has. been testing individual voices and1 preparing tor a chorus and a glee j club. Miss Kirv pilados has selected! one of ttie beautiful l-arnard and ; l.indetnann plm -s. which has already j been dehveiett slid will be used tu i tonneillon wild the voice training. itesi I'.ier rii . . , K B. Heiud in. Harriscm. Idaho. Kays: 1 have used Dr. Bell s Pine-Tar-Honey ; for cough- and colds and it is the best 1 he ever tried Look lor the Bell; on the Bottle. i There will be a regular meeting ot i the Fraternal Brotherhood. Monday niKht. Septemder isth. Alter ehort I T husiness session, will have a dance! no inii'O- iiin iii,-iiio-i ".s ....... . i- ntitU ,t t" diiiig friend. Prof. i D. Mauro oí !n stra will lurnlsriinej music. l'.mma C. Whitson. president. , i Premo for film and piafe $5.00 $26.50. Brownies $1.00 to $12.00. .... Developing and printing. Sup plies of all kinds for both pro fessional and amateur. Mail cr ciers promptly filled. Strong's Book Store ITI E ALL TO PARTICIPATE IN "'" NEW MEXICO DISPLAY Pumping .Works Wonders on the Mimbres and Irrigators Everywhere Report 'Prosper ity. I l.as Cruces. Kl Paso. Deming and ! Silver City will all furnish careiuiiy sc- í 1... I...I ,l!u!.l-.,vw ,if thi.ir nrnll ili'l s at j te , ,uh .lt)(J jri iiitiou Exposition at ChictiKO. Nov. 14-Mi'C. 4, and at the I St. I .on Is land show, Dec. ti to IS. ! This Is assured as the result of the j trip to the southern counties fust 'completed by Secretary H. I!. llening i of the bureau of immigration. A. 13. : Slroup of this clly and Mr. I'pmej ; er representing the Chicago Tribune. ! The party returned yesterday morti 1 lug alter a most successful and eu ; i oiii-aglng- trip. They talked with the farmers commercial organizations and ; others at all of the southern towns and I'ound everywhere all the enthuslssm I desired over the New Mexico display ; at the eastern expositions. The peo I pi have found out that this kind ol ) advertising- pays und pays well ami j having seen the results need no urg Ing a second time. The A lbiuiueriiie men report pros perous conditions everywhere. In the .Mimbres valley near Deming they saw a. (lumping plant raising 12U0 galloiu of water u minute, irrigating twenty acres of allulla. -II acres of beans and 20 in res of kiil'l'ir corn, the beans and alfalfa íiettins lilis particular farmer J2t an acre clear velvet. Thh man boughl his land at S 1 0 tin aero end has refused offers of $1UU an acre for it. MII.O MAIZI-; CKOVtS CO! ICl'EEN IE El' liii.ll At another Mimbres valley farm, with a litMi-gallnn pumping plant, tht visitors came near gi tting lost tn n field of milo maize, planted thickly for fodder, where the stalks were as high us fourteen left and the growth so dense that a man In the midst of tlic patch found It too dark to tell time by bis watch. This, the visitors declare. Is no exaggeration whatever. This was the first year's crop on sod land. "There is much activity on the Mimbres," said Mr. llening yes terday," many new pumping plants are being installed and the spirit of optimism prevails. ' At l.as I'rtioes the land show men found a crop of fruit below the aver age on account of the shortage of wa- l ti r dtirimr-the past dry season bul the farmers in good spirits is the best sign of all, the prices of laud liulding: right up to the mark, and many people i iniiing in. Silver City and tirant county are prosperous and the land show proposition met with Instant and enthusiastic response. The I'd Pa sn ails took up the proposal with avidity and will send a representative cxlilb- SOUTHERN TOWNS RUS OVER LAND SHOW Consolidated Keg Beer Co. Phone 138. Wm. J. LEMP'S St. A Specialty, E A. MlEltA. JOSE SOMKLLARA, K. P. OTERO. President. , Treasurer. Secretary. THE CI' HA 15 EA LTV AND UVE STOCK COMPANY. CHIA, X. M. The best agricultural laud In New Mexico under irrigation ditches. Sheep, cattle and horses for sale. Correspondence rolicitcd. , EDWARD F. OTERO, Secretary. HARDWOOD LUMBERS FOR FINISH AND CABINET WORK CLEAR AND SEASONED SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. BERGER & BRACHVOGEL 114 nmt Copper Ave. Phone I. Tb STORE which gives 1 ounces to the pound alwsvs. Dealers in Fl.OCR. HAY. GRAIN' and SEEDS. All kinds of CHICKEN FEED and POCLTRT and other STOCK- REMEDIES. Awnti for the International Stock Food Company product - - : Jh Jtest .coarse Whit Bran from this year's wheat at II. T per la pounds. Red Bran at II. 5 per Impounds. Every order delivered sama lar It is raceJred. jTHE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Nobody laughs any inure for the way hi? dressed mail on the street. Hart Schaffner & Marx flirt In. They're minie in Hie right slle. and they fit rot-roll?; and any limn lio wears them looks well dressed, no matter what his business is; farmer, hunker, business mail. COME IN AND SEE THE NEW MUDEIS Suits $20 to $35. Overcoats $ 1 8 to $30. This Store is the Home of Hart, Se haUiier & Marx Clothes. SIMON STERN The Central Ave. Clothier it from the lower valley to the expo sitions. Nearly two thousand dollars was subscribed by the people of the four towns toward the expense. l'or Ese on l'aeo and Hands Dr. Hell s Antiseptic Salve is the best. It is a creamy, snow white ointment and one 25c box will last three months. ADVERTISED LETTERS Advertised list for week ending ending .September 17. 1910. Ladies' List. Hell. Mrs. J. H.; Butler, Mrs. Jean; Brown, Mrs. May; Bow, Anita; Bo neto; Miss Ch.; Black, Mrs. J. A.; Ilaea. Sophia S. ; Chaves, Juanita Di inas y; Cluuthicd, Anna- Cuneo, Mrs. John; Colbert, Mrs. Anna; Chavez, Mrs. J. .M.; Cervantes, Mrs. Lucy R. ; riircla, Tere.a de; Cutlerrez, Isabel; lernandez, Slpruna; Henderson, Lil le; Harris, Mrs. May; Kelly, Mrs. D. ii.; Lucras. Leupolda; Milled, Bertha; ,luii I.. Suntita; Montoya, Maria; Mon oya Tomacita; Montoya, Mrs. Henery; JcFarland, Mrs. P. J.; McKenzie, Mrs. ilessie li'): .McDonald, Laura; Pugh, Mrs. Alice; Stanton, Mrs. Mercedes; Suntillanes, Mrs. Felisita; Thorpe, Nellie; Taylor, Mrs. Eileen; Wiley, .urs. John; Waterhouse, Mrs. D. S.; foung, Mrs. Caudle. CentleiiK'u's List. Archuleta, Panteleon; Archuleta, A. V; Andrews, C; Bniza, Filomena; -iasiiuez, Norverto; Burgoyne, J. M.; Jaca. Ambrosio; Baca, Emilio; Baca, eellpe: Chavez. P.: -Chavea, Liberato; Candelario, Alfredo; Coffey, W. P.; Downs, James; Forstall, C. K.; Fio es. Martimano; Garcia. Feliz, Guth- ry, Doy le (2); Griego, Torlbio; Grigg, Frank li.; Gonzales, Florencio; Con tales, Adiiiph: Garcia, Pascual; Gar ia. Carlo: llawley, F.llsworth J.; l.ni-1-ihiiH l'-i-Hiii inrn: l.íindram. W. li : Larrebas Franco; .Lopez, UamonjgprJ Q npodUCt OÍ One OÍ ttlC Baca y; Meacham, J. I!. ; Marks, Sam r" s. s. s. B.; Martínez, Daniel: Mart.nez. José Martinez. P. P.; Manon. Dick; Man dragon, Max; Mírelas, Itoman; ham, L. M.; Newberry,' N. P.; Walter: Olguln, Tomas:' Padia, Ntul ott, Paul-Bey- Ita; Quinn, J. A.; lingers, D. D. na, M-: Homero, Liban.; Koybal. fil iarlo; Uigilon. J. S.: Serna, CeU-or; Slrnontoni John: Smith Firman; Su plen. Jesus: Santiago, Hiilliio; Sun ches. Fiilcmio: Sunches, Jesus M.; Sam lies. Longmo: Tanner, ft. 15.; Westphnl. o., B. : Wolhir. Juhnie; Watt. Wayne; Wren Jasper; Yanez, Jose: Zelllnger, K. W hat to IH in Case of Accident If skin is broken apply Dr. Bell's Anti-Pain at once and the wound will henl quickly and never got sore. Used Internally' and externally. Fry a Journal Want Ad: Results!?110 reluirin9 "cw curta"1! Louis Draught Beer Outside Orders Solicited, WILL SATISFY YOUR WANTS t upyrlghl Hail M btlfnet & Alan at the farmer clothes look. He's Hl lo be the lirst There's no doubt about it it he wers our Hamlet: To buy or not to buy? That is the question. Burg: If it s a City Lot $5 down anil balance monthly forsooth I say BUY! ' , . - Office 215 W. ííohl Ave. Standard Plumbing & Heating COMPANY 413 W. Central Avnue. Prompt and cnrefitl Attention to All Order. TEUBPHONTiJ t. Wallace Hesselden Ctneral Contractors. . Figures and workmanship count. We guarantee more for your moner than any other contracting firm In Albuquerque. Office at th Superior Planing Mill. Phone 77. Curtain Fabrics Wc have just received an as sortment of 25 pieces of Cur tain nets. All new Fall patterns, largest mills in the East. They come in a variety of designs in Filets, Madras and fancy nets, in white, cream and ecru. One number is particularly worthy of separate mention. It is an English net in the new leaded glass effect. You will appreci ate seeing it. This showing of nets should interest those who are building new homes, or ior one or severa rooms, iui when made up, they cost little more than a ruffled muslin j curtain, and have the appear lance of curtains that cost many times as much; and the I most serviceable curtain now in use.' They come in widths from 36 inches to 54 inches, and priced from 20c the yard to $1.00 the yard. We have also added quite a number of new designs to our already large assortment of double-faced Scrims and Eta mines. These are 35c qualities and the price is 25c the yard. FERGUSON & C0LLISTCR ALBUQUERQUE'S DRY GOODS SHOP . .j