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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910.
Receipts of Albuquerque Postoffice Have Increased Nine Per Cent in a Year Special Directory Used for Distribution of Mail Sh,ws That There Are 12,596 Live Names on the Lists of Those Who Have l.:.u ' ery Addresses: This Does Not Incudc Those Who Rse: 2 Mail at General Delivery; More Than 6.000 Forwarding Orders Filed During Past Year. ThHl tilt' AlbUPler.Ue poslui'fire is riuiintnlitln h repii'tuion n un "in f reí? iiifir.'f' ml on of thf meatl iert briil wiliest )ri cla ' !," n r thai, it tii.tii-Hlfil hy figuro recently rum j 1 1 1 rl I y Jotir(nucr if. W. Ilopkiti. widen show that 1 ti hus-lncst" nr the ofiice ill all il putt menu has lu ercmert nine per i'i'iii !r January J, J10. to September I, at mm- p;i !-l Willi iii corresponding months in l!!i. An interesting Indlcut Inn of flip in i ri'i' In population in A Uuupiei que during tin"' pfist ii r in nin shown In n rc flu "i lriin up" m the um nt'iicc directory. Aernrillng l fin itc Chinto rOlllpllfitlnn, l ln'l'c lire I2.ÍÜS penpl,. who h:ive left address curds ni i hi' ptmtnH'ii e for the delivery of ili-Mr inml. Tlii docs no l include GU JURIES WILL 610 i mail r-. t-i . I nt tin- general delivery, mu' triii 1 1 received tiy un risients nt hol-i. Xcithcr tli ion it Include mull ill ll 1 CI KClj til Slt'i Pt 1, timbers, hotels muí link boxes for permanent resi dents nf the city H'h i luiv,; failed to fl'o (.ltd" i'i'(i.i'-'M!iHK' ih' delivery of mull nt h certain ill, n e, The l-'.ül'ii ,'idili t ""i' (in nnt include i h name nt children up tu i'iulit nr icn war nlil who tin not rni'lii letters and Inr w btm address cards have led been recorded. The tint thnt there are nearly 13. fi(ii active, names mi tin" Idler list, With un dead names nt miy kind, in uní' ni' tli" bet Indication possible nf Ihr steady mid consistent urowth nf All iiiii'i'iui'. It Ik an imlli u'.inn tii;it A 1 1) i fi 1 1 ti) -j , Is M : i 1 1 1 and H'liv Iv growing. Inning the raft Mm' there have been ( i I . t al the A I'luiiiif'i'iju nfllco t on ii riinicKiK idr forwarding mall Inr 1 1 ;l n Hi ! 1 1 (H nr fnt' people who hmi" .1 Hie rily for other plm-eH. These I'm -iMinliiik' cards rcler tn riuill for war ded Hillside of A lhu.flierln- Ullil not til changes of addresses in the illy. feel as posstble and which Ik h great Improvement oyer former solution. The hiii'otiu of InimlKialton mippllfd Mr. inn'ia with foiiiteen dozen gliiKS lid in hp filled tviih the expel lni'-nt f.-irin iirndtirlH ni on t'Xliihil for the hind nhnw nt 'hi.'auo. I'rof. tiiircln hiiK I .in iir iimv refidy, filled Willi Kpei inn iiH of i .f.n hen find iipple find Mrdes ii nil penr find nlher Iruiix. nil retaining perfectly the natiiinl colors ftttd Mirfio e. Tlinne i lin hn'e ex;im lited Umm dcchu',1 them the lim-m F)ie linetiH of prcfeini-il fi'iiits ever 'i. It Is expected Hint .Mr. i;.ir..la will ship these txhiliiin In lili city in t'.vn weeks' time, ho timi tht nta' he Hhowti nt the Inert I expnidiidn before hcintf sent enft. Thernifter they will he returned m A ihnoiicr'ic and he innde ii jierniatient exliiliit nl'thc lior tienlliiial peiictlon aiiiiiiicd hy .New Mexh-o fruit mlser.. Rapid Progress Everywhere in Good Roads Movement Engineer Sullivan Supervising Improvement Work at Agricul tural College and New Highway to El Paso; Deming Wili Soon Have Through Auto Route to Mogollón; Carlsbad Commercial Club Will Contribute $1000 for Road on Plains. PLANS ACGEPTED FOR HEW HALL AT COLLEGE Building io Replace Burned Main Building Will be Stall ed at Onre; to Occupy New Site, The aond roiidn movement, started mu i cms! ii Ily untile iinniihn nuo in KernaiiiJo county, appear to la- in a torpid condition al prc-i nt. It is In ciiuti-HHt. in the Mtiivity eyerj where evident throiiKlimit the territory, I mm Katun tn Kl 'io and from (lalliiti to t'lnviw. Tn nearly everv cntittty tlie ieriitorial eiixineer is in demand, ihi'iifmiltl nf dollars are Ik-íiik cnii li il uted to Kl in ishteii and iinprnve 1 he h i u h vvii a and ti LMcat sta te ine tiiiivi-nient for lietter t Morons titares is sironsly in evidence in preparation for tile ureat cnnimercia I ilevelopmciil vtniili ii expected tn cine with state Iiiiim). filíeos AIUii(iiei'(pii- and Iterria lillo county net into the ü.hih- with dis paKti we hliall lie ieli lielnnd ill tile pi ocepslon. MONDAY PRESERVED FRUIT Pall Term Ends in Sandoval County and Judie Ira A, Ab bott TTe turns' to Begin Court in Btrnalillo County, FROM LAS MES Tint I'tilled St. Men grand and pctil jnricH ntjd the I rrimrial uruid Jury will lii'ictii work at f o clock Inlimr rn nmnillK. thlM lieiiin the pfeliin ilioly t, the c'cplellihel ti ltil of the I ' ft, t nil Mate and tcri ii i; lal i inirti'. JuilHe lui A. . Mil, nit ictnriH'd vm le'diiy inm liernalülo aíicr holithiK court hr. Hiitidxvul cnuniy for more thilll td vfel(i. 'i lie llnal tase oil the iliinin.ll dock' t was disposed of eslerday motnlii u lien the Jury in Hie llhM o, lie 'lellitolV veru ll:i mire. return' d a Mtdhi of nol liililiy Ji'imircz wan itiili, ted lor Hie muni, i (," ,lim siiiK, a I'liiiiese ri fi iaiiriiiil k''C,cr. lit I 'ctiiiiit:,,, Inst May. illl i ,,'toliel ;'4 ictnl In Salldmal cnimti 1.1 n I'nim ne mid un Hltenipt V l't li niMfe to ' l-'ean up tile ( t Í1I1- Iiiii! ami . Ivll d.a k, I. FOR THE FAIR Piofcssor Fabian Gaicia Se cures Pickling Solution Which Retains Fruit Colors Perfectly. Sprciul CorreHpiinilrnre I Mornllilr -fourniill Im ( 'riices, x. M ., Sept, Hi. The In Hi rt of rcltellls of the XeW Mexico e'tcii Itnra j collet'eat ii me, 'lint; held icierda tinall' in ccpted plans drawn up by the tirm nl 'I'rost ami Trosi, arihftectM. ol' I'd Paso, or n handsiuno new biiildinir on Hie campus, rophtc iiiK Hadlc.v hall, the old main Iniihl in desiro.M'd hy fire curly In the week. Work u ill heuin Just ,".s sooti as the contracts can he let. The new structure will he set fiirlher hack from the roadway f,,'' better arcliiteo tiiral el feet and to fit in more sull ulilv W illi the general sélleme nf build-lUKS. 'Ilie (.nod I (Unit. When he had i oin gee w l,lz! lie wan ii prin. e. Jle speiil It. Xnw lie is A huma.li (iiiime. KansiiH i 'liv .lnurnn I (.(Kill HM.IIWWS SIMiV I IKlM I. AS ( III l II I I. I'ASO spteiitl I iirrPHlHitKlrtici In Vlorninif Jolir,tl La-; cruces, X. M, Sept, 1 '. Ter ritorial lOnKliieer Vernon I.. Sullivan has been here this week in connec tion with extensive load improve ments in Hie Mesilla valley. He has hen , lirei tint; the ".iin-ral plan of iniprni cnieiits at the Agricultural col icué Ki'nunils, where a hi en in roller has been at work picparinp; tun around for (be system of macadam roadwain around Hie institution. Work lias also been started under Mr. Sullhaii'M direction in the valley road which is to connect with Hie Kl I'm so county road at Antliotiv and furnish a model hiiibwav be'ween Kits Cruces iiml the I'ass city. Automobile traffic is expected to become particularly heavy on Ibis road and the work Is llmtiiueli Hnd permanent. línaíis In ceneral, and tiie roads to the plains in particular, were dis cussed fudy. The club was informed that the ieriitorial kooiI roads com mission would undertake the construc tion "i tiie part of Hie plains road across tiie sands, pr.ivlded the busi ness men of Carisbad would con tribute one thntisaiid dnllars. tie cnuiiiy one thousand, the territory to furnish a like sum. The club decided In contribute one thousand dollars and the board of counly cnmniissinn crs have agreed In come thruiitih with one thousand dollars. This road Is absuliiu iy iifoesmi ry tn bnld the trade of the plains. it nly two or three years back the plains were the cow men's paradise ami no ruads were needed. Xnw- there is a lart;e popu le! ion of homesteaders and means of dtiimmiientioii have become neces sa r . M'.w roi'XTY i:oi ritOM I K tl Ctki 'I'll kOl TIII'WT (SiM-'fal f 't,rreniMinilenie lo frnlnir Jituraull Kim oitim, x. M . M'pt. ta. I ueH day niorniim a review inn board, com posed of Hr. K. iilney, Amador I'lllliari and Koren.,, i(dt;adn, will ko over the route of the proposed new counly road from l.as Vesas snutli east. Thf mad will eliminate tiie Jura" number of hills that have always kept travel from comini into Kas Citas. ROOEfS ROBE IS New Yolk AVorld which evidently tickled the jinlse. It is a dispatch from Porto Kieo and tells of the burial of the Judicial etmine of that tropical tetritoty as Yollows: When JudKe Jenkins of Wisconsin, recently appointed Judge nf the Cniled States district court In I'm I 1 liico. arrived in San Jiuui. he dis covered thnt if he desired to wear a lobe while nil the bench he must have one made. JudKe Holt of Kentucky, the island's first district JuiIkc did tint wear a inhe. Then came Judge McKeiina of Pittsburg, who ordered a wonderful creation. It wa.s a sort of Mother Hubbard, of finest silk, with a soft lit eo collar, lace cnl Is anil a cord and tassels at the waist. The natives looked on it with wonder, anil to them Judge McKenna was awe-;n-spirinir when (lad in his (arnicnt of aulhority. P.ut his stay was 1,1 ief. and when he returned to Pit tsluirii he lei l tiie robe hunting in a closet of the court room. Xexl came tall, humorous I'.ernard S. Itodey, who lias just been made I'nitcd States Attorney lor Alaska, but who succeeded Jiultic McKenna .m Hie Pon,, iiicati bench. Judge liofley looked a ( Hie robe. mopped his brow and said lie never cared much for Hills 'n Xcw Mexico and be miessed lie wouldn't want them in Porto Rico. Hence he sat Row nh ss. line day faithful old Mario, tin- court's black attendant, died, "lis de mise was sincerely icgretled, for everyone liked him. Judge Itodey. alter pronouncing a fitting eulogy, iiaid that Mario deserved the highest lienors the court could pay. He therefore ordered, and it is said by 'those who heard hint that his eyes twinkled, that Marin's body be garlic, 1 in the official robe of Hie iniiit as a mark of esteem. This was done and Mai in has since slept peacefully with lace at his neck and silk tassels at his waist in nlil .Morro cemetery, alter one of the most gorgeous funerals eer jo corded to one nf his lace and stalinn. That, is why JudL'e Jenkins muni buy a new gown ii he wears one in Porto liico. (Hie uf Hie must attractive feattllM nf the prodm Ik exposition at tbe Tblr Hcili lair lute next month will likely I,,' an exhibit of preserved fruits I'mni Hie .Mesilla vallej, tbe preal in t nf the expcriniMU fatm al the Agricul'.urnl j 'till-lie, prcparid by prof. Fnhlnnj ibirelfi of thai institution, i'rof. fbir cla. us a result of palnsiakinit experi ments in prest rvinii Mnlutloris. lias diH cnvcieii a r, impound which preserves. I nf the fruit as nearly per il! c .Ii You and Coffee Don't Agree? Thousand have found re lief In a change to well-made POSTUM I "There's a Reason" ih:mi(. to iwi: i:irii TO Mlllilll ll DISTRICT 'iei'lHl rnrrrtpeiMlrnca In Mornliur Ionroaf I leming. .V. M.. Sept. 1. Work under Hie supervision of the terri torial eniiinewring department has been st. in. al on a (nnneciiug link will, h will give Denting a good hard through mad tn the .Mogollón milling district of (rant coiintv. A solid roadbed is to lie built in loss the Mim bres Hals and other purls of the mute graded tip and finished and niher extensive imprnt emeiits in the highway syslcin In I. una and (Irani cnuuticK are in cnlliclliplatioll. The I pie of southern ." Mexico real ize Hull with tiie llevi Inplllent of the Irrigation and minim: di-triots good mads are an absolute necessity and every dollar spent will net good re turns on the Investment. t I! I Sit A D WD Cnl'NTY TO ItAlsK .MM l oll KOD Sif,lul ('rrripnilrne I Murninn Jmrniil Carlsbad. X. M,. Sept. 1.1. Tiie I'onnner, ial ( lub resolved itself yes terday into a good roads com mission . T ED WITH THE JANITOR Interesting Story of Disap pearance of Porto Rico Ju dicial Ei mine; Judge Has Readied Alaska, NEW YORK CLOAK AND LOAKAN SDIT COMPANY Latest Things in Ladies' Ready . to-Wear Garments at New Store Next to Western Union, Outing Suits Made to Measure For Men and Wo men Govern ment Standard Khaki F ustian Cloth Army Corduroy Uen'i Catalogue No. 27; Woman' Outing No. 23. The Wm. H. Hoegee Co. Inc. TOS AXGl'XES, CAIi. V "'"'"' ! i .ludí;.' ta-rnard S. Kodey. district aiiorney for Hie I'niied states at Xome, Alaska, who left snme months eg,, fir that place, lias evidently l'i ached his furthest nnvlll. The M un i tig .lent nal Is in receipt nf an envelope I, earing the Xome postmark. Kx.iminetion of (he interior, however, revealed no news of his safe arrival nr his impiessions of the land of the (ugKcñhelin. 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S Vi :i I ROM Til I'll It IM- I'i:xdic: doom. Tuberclecide completely eliminates l he Tuberculosis Germ from the human body. Xo hypodermics. No nostrums. Investigate our claims and begin treatment before it is too late. Treatment at home, surrounded by home comfort. Experts from all sec tions of t lio ronnlry show excellent progress in a large number of eases where thp prognosis was considered "hopeless." We invite correspond ence and will give full particulars by mail, or to all who will call at our of fices. rrnKiu r.i:ciir. company, Rooms 702 anil Til:'. Inlernalioiinl Hank, I.OS AXOÜcMÓS. C.Ui. NOT OXI.Y 1JIX1KF, ISI'T rosnivr. CI R K AT Faywood Hot Springs For l:licutiia:l-in. Kidney and other Ailments. Pleasure and Health lie sort combined. Address, T. C. McRFKMOTT. I 'aj Mood Hot Sii'lns, Xt-tv Mcvico. riNj-iT' iTTi nil fmtifti B "or t mn tajthamntm , 11 iwjMrfi crc; A V mum iwi sssa j rMuwWMüi'iMwii It GRAND The 30th Annual New Mexico Fair and Resources Exposition TATEHO D JOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXOCOCX)CXCOOCO( A Solid Week of Recreation and Amusement. High Class Harness and Running Races. Base Ball Tournament. Grand Military Display. First Annual Dog Show. 8 vi it "i ' "'T-i v :'fertfü&L -fy y fifí' i-j' í The C. W. Parker Amusement Company will Furnish the down town night attractions. Fourteen high class shows and sen sational free acts. ; ' "C'l3!Vi( xxxooonoccKxwocoo REDUCED RATES ON ALL RAILROADS Exciting Relay Races. Motorcycle Races. Mineral, Agricultural and Horticultural Exhibits. Live Stock and Poultry. Every Species of New and Instruc tive Amusement Will Be Provided. Albuquerque, ctofoei 3-4 B-T and Write the Secretary for Premium List and Other Information J. H. O'RIELLY, President ROY McDONALD, Treasurer MIKE MAN DELL, Vice President " JOHN B. McMANUS, Secretary L'"M'lt fWr'""."r"""" " , i ... i - " r " i i. .. i i . - i i mt t j jgmm,,, ,.a,i,,j pmum u mm m"'" I W, ...Jh..,tr.l, . 1. ....- - i i. r i ri i '- -J i - r