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' THE ALBUQUERQUE HORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY. JANUARY 12, 1911,
GEO.W.HICKOX COMPANY M w Mexico's rioM fit jeuelekh WATCH IXM'I CTOIIS HH SANTA l it AMI COAST I.I V 1.8 kim: mu iu.p.nui ami ialiuhmj T!IH ARCH H!0.T. Ill SOI III SECOND STHEET UXXXXXXX)OOOOCCOCX CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Sum, Hano. II'iim ruruMilng Goods, Cutlery Tool. Iron Pipe, YaJtc- ami t'iidus. Plumbing, Ilcnliug, Tin ami wr Work, SIS WEST CtlMTIt.lL AVENUE PHONE J15. Beech Nut Grape Jam made from concord grapes free from seeds, a very nice article, 20c per glass, Ward's Store Homer H. Ward, Mgr. 315 Marble Ave., Phone 206 OUR MILK AND CREAM la Produced and Handled Under the Slrlitc.t bunltary Condition of Modern Dairying. ' The Matthew Dairy & Supply Co. PHONE 420. 1700 MOUTH FOCHTH HTHEITr. CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS SANTA ROSA ALBUQUERQUE L B Pllf nm WHOLESALE GROCER ? I UlllVJ Bernalillo Holler Mill j ' lXTAHLlsEI 1H73. f'"'l M'WR " Fruit m mam m In order to make room for new goods we are selling all Boys Suits at 25 discount from our present reasonable prices. AH Boys' Suits worth $4.00 now $3.00 All Boys' Suits worth $5.00 now $3.75 All Boys' Suits worth $6.00 now $4.50 All Boys' Suits worth $7.50 now $5.65 1 1 22 South Second Street 119 W. Gold Ave. 3 Boys doting E. L 151 Wallace Hesseldcn General Contractor. Figure and workmanship count. We guarantee snore for your money than any othar contracting firm In Albuquerque, Offtra at tba Superior 1'ianinc miil rnona itt, Standard Plumbing It Heating COM P AMY IS W. Central Aran a, rroaaaa and carrfaj Attaotioa la AH Ordara. TELEPHONE 9U ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRY tnd MACHINE WORKS Iron and lira Casting. Machinery Iti-palr. ArnrorritQCK, . new Mexico LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONC Try a Journal Want Ad; Results Strong Brothers Undertaker and Etnbalmtrt. Prompt ai rvlcti day or night Telephone, No. 76. lies., tot. Wrong lllk,, tapper and Seoona la tat aa thai roa lauull aol rtt.lv jour morning P'p.r, Lla phiiu. fht PoafAI. TKl.BURAPH ((., flvlna tiur btrnt tad tdtlr.M and in. faptr will dtilrtrtd br a Htpvcltl Hhmiw. Xb Ultliaoaa la Nu. It RRWABO-I.N Tot ahov. rawiril will ft,. Mia for lb trrMt and ooaTtotloa of out c.uuhl i.lliif toplu of the ay of unwrllHir 4UUHN At, I'UBLISHINd LOCAL NEWS OF INTEREST Furei'ttnt. Washington, Jan. 1 1. Forecast: New Mexico Local ruins Thursday mill Frliluy; colder In eust portion Tuesday. Arixonu Unsettled weuthor, prob nlily haul ruin by Thursday night or Friday, not much chnngo in tem perature, Went TVs.na Fulr In south; rain anil collier in north portion Thurs day; Friday unsettled. Or. Sliadruoli: Eye. I'jir. Nose, Throat. Copying and enlarging ut Walton's. Use Moses' llmt Flour. All the BEST grocers have. It. There will bo a tegular meeting of Cottonwood Grove. No, 2, In odd Fel lows' hall this I'VcniiiK nl 7:. 10. The Ijidlra' Aid society t.f the l lirlcttan church "111 not meet this iift'-rtinoii, InciiiiBe of the revival hit vl. , S, I j. llelltl, yuperllltelltli lit t'f UK', the power on the Santa I'o eo.iMt linen, Him lure jcMeiday from ,t Anueli a. on account of the ovanKcllMlic meet Ititu 1hf. 1-ndlen' Aid poclely of Iho 1 it f lij tcrlun church will tint mod on Thurfday nf ii rnooii. Th tore T, Swift of the I'nlted Siite fi.rtst mrvlie nriived ycct'-r-ihiv from Sarcoid. Atin.. for a cnitfi-r-eii. c with offliials nl the hual Mi rvUe li cinl, t n;i rt i-rx. Hint, convocntlon of Klo Orande t'tuipt'T No. 4, It, A. M.. ll ih cviiiIuk; Inula Ititidi of olficers, ami work In the M. .M. ihnrce. Smoker mid refrohinenls. All v Mt In1," e'iuiaiiiliin are welcome, lly or d.r of the II. P. Harry Urauu, hoc-ret.irv. COAL COAL COAL Our l!MOl It. Ml (DM, conl.ilim ;.llii tii il. 1)1 MOI ktovi: CO, j smaller In hImi mii.iIIit In wlit. Viixm nun iviuitiing ninN oil liand. We tiiiir.iiitcr l ull W'clglil, A7.Tl:C IT I I, CO . DR. C H.CONNER PHYSICIAN A XI) SUIGEOX OSTEOPATH All Acvt ml Cronlf Illica- Trrtrsl Office: Mem Building, corner Fourth iurr-l and i-mral avenue. Tel. 185 Trl. I2 French fit Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs Lady Assistant COn, 6TH AMD CENTRAL, Offic Phone 5n 'Sandia Land and Improvement Co. A word of advlca to Investor: Nothing la aa aaf aa (arm land. Do you want Independence In your old age. We offer you the opportun ity of Investing your surplus and be coming co-owner In our Irrigation project. Thla offer will be open only for a ehort time. Write for prospec tus and full particulars. C. KGANZINI, Rooms IS, IS 10, Cromwell Block, W. M. GRAY THE Bt SV PHOTOGRAPHER SIS Went Cent nil Avenue Plume 822. Nelson I I-c Ornnd, expert lum berman of the United States forent cnice, urrlved yesterday from north rn Arlzonu, where he has been for the past two months on en assign ment. After remaining here a week ut the forest service headquarters, Mr. Ledriind expects to no to the Hecos and Carson forests north of Albuquerque. Mrn, Heardnley and daughter, Miss Helen rrcardsley, of Elkhart, 111., who have spent several days In the eiv, left yesterday for a short stay In El laso. They will return to the clt after a visit In the City and Belen. The monthly business meeting of the Ladles' Aid society of the Con RreRiitlonul church will be held th afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. F. Robinson, 601 South Illnh street. It la requested that all members at tend. Belated returns from Precinct No. Itareltti, show that Pnltcarplo San- dies was elected juatice of the peace with 111 votes, and Antonio Chavez was elected constable, with 119 votes. Mrs. C. 13. Chapman of McAIlater, Okla., nnd MIks Ida La Frelle of DhIImm, Texna, are In tho city, expect ing to remain aome weeks. Herbert W. Clark, HstsiKtant United States attorney for New Mexico, ar rived jcBterday from Las Vegas. R. K, Ulrd of Kl Pa.io, a frequent visitor In thla city, arrived yesterday for a few days' atay. Mrs. J. liecker, Jr., and Mloa F. Owen of Helen spent yesterday In the city. Alfred Ruiz, the attorney, of oal lup Is In the city for a ahort stay, i I). W. Snyder of Clayton. N. M., was among the arrivals yesterday. Bam Ilushmun of Gallup is a bust tuss visitor In the city. j Officers for 1911 were Installed at a largely attended meeting of Coro-! nado lodge No, 680, Fraternal Union 1 of America, held In A. O. U. W. hall last evening. Supreme Guard Emll Harnett conducted the Installation, the following officers being Installed: Fraternal muster, Ceferlno Crollott; secretary, Kudardo Blanco; treasurer, Martin Carlllo; guide, Joseph Chnvei; Justice, Nickolas A. Snnchei; mercy, Colorlta Tenorio; truth, Belumen Hliinco; sentinel. Keferlno Vigil; guard Miguel Apodaca. Trustees, Ernest Pnlladlno, Nick Franco, Cllmaco Castillo. "Pork Chops," Henry Daniela, ar rested Tuesday night on a charge of dlHturlilng the pence and starting u small Blued war on North First street, whs fined HO and costs In police court yesterday. Colonel W. 8. Honwell left la' night for Engle, Herinomi, nnd other points In the southern part of the ter ritory, to be gone several days. Civil Scrvliv FiHinintiiloii. The i-ommlfslun announces un ex amination on' February 18th, 1811, to secure eligible from which to make ccrtlllcHtioii to fill vacancies In the poult Inn of forest cl-Tk (male), at un entrance salary of IllllO or 11200 per ii it ii ii in , In the finest service. Thin examination is open to all citi zens of the Untied States who comply with the requirement. All applica tions must be tlb'd with the secre tary of the twelfth district, civil ser vico commission, at San Francisco, t'nl., prior to the (lowing of business on February Slh. 1!IU. For Information nnd application blanks call on accrdary local board at tlu. ptctoffice. V. E. PHILLIPS, Local Secretary. STOCK PR0M0TERHELD FOR MISUSE OF MAILS Boston, Mass., Jan. 11. Victor M. Well, the nilnlnit stock promoter whose offices In the Wlnthron build ing were raided by federal officers lust Week, was given a hearing before the. United States commissioner to day on a charge of uslns the nntll" to defraud. After several witnesses had testified briefly, the hearing Was continued until January Si, when Thomiui W. Uvwson, who conducted a enmpalfn against Well's stocks In the curb market, i expelled to be a witness. more beat units than any other as gixtl na lHaniond Lump, but Phone 251 Mr-it ami Ornnlto, STATEHOOD WILL BO HELP NINES OF BIG ENCOURAGEMENT FOR CAPITAL, SAYS OPERATOR Prominent Mining Man of Sierra County for the Consti tution; Company to Build Big Plant, "Statehood will be a big help to the development of the mining Inter- eate of New Mexico, and especially of sierra county,' aald Edward James of Chloride. N. M.. In thla city yester day. Mr. James, who is one of the prominent, successful, and exper ienced mining men of the Black Range district, la In charge of the operations of the United States Treas ury mine at Chloride. He and Mr. Faulkner of tha same company spent yesterday In the city and left last nigh, for the south. "Statehood will furnish the stabil ity, the permanency, that will enable capital to aee Its way clear to Invest," said Mr. James. "It will furnish a guarantee of protection to both for eign and, American capital, and we need both kinds everywhere, especial ly In my own county of Sierra. From my own experience 1 know the obstacle which the territorial form of government Is to bringing In outside capital." There la no doubt that Mr. James is an authority on the subject. He Is an old-timer In the Black Range district, which In its time has pro duced thirty millions In the precious metals, and knows mining from every side. "Our company has closed down for the present to Install a new mill," said Mr. James. "We have hereto fore been expending our energies on development work and now have enough ore In sight to Justify tho erec tion of a fifty-ton concentrator, the cyanide process being used. We con trol over three hundred ncrea of min eral ground. The contracts for the mill have been let, the machine shop Is now ready for business and grad ing has been utatted. The ore Is sil ver and gold, the richest of which will run In value as hU-h as 13000 per ton. Most of It is of the chloro bromlum character. "On our muin property we have done 1UI0 feet of development work, have a forty-horse power hoist and a five-drill Nnrwalk ulr compressor. Regarding the plant, w have decided to build It after months of thorough tests, and believe that us regards methods we arc. on tho right track and cun get an extraction of ninety por cent of the metal values of the ore. The vein In places rung thirty six feet wide, with neither hanging nor footwalla In sight, and we have a safe average width of ten feet blocked out. We operate our own sawmill and furnish the local market with lumber. Supplies are freighted In from Kngle and Magdalena, the dis tance from Engle being fifty miles, and that from Magdalena eighty-five miles, the latter road being the best fo" hauling heavy machinery. A rnll road Into the Black Range district w ill be one of the greatest things that ever happened to southern New Mex ico. Meanwhile, all the Black Range country needs la a little more Indi vidual elbow grease, moro energy, and a little more capital. It has a great mineral history, but still greater min ing possibilities remalnto bo dem onstrated. Statehood Sentiment (irows, Mr. James says that while there Is more or less opposition throughout Sierra county to tho constitution, sen timent for statehood Is growing be cause statehood . means so much t .Sierra county, when it Is considered that mining Is Ita chief Industry and In mining lies It future greatness. Chloride precinct, according to Mr. James, will vote a majority for state hood. "I find that much of the opposi tion," he said, "Is among the old timers, who don't like the constitu liuii WvatiMi koiua partlrular phrase or clause doesn't suit them, while the body of the Instrument may meet their approval. The mining men gen erally, I believe, realize what benefit stateshood will bring." Mr. Jumps' attitude on statehood Is worthy of note. He is a practical mining man and representative cltl ten who wants to aee business condi tions Improve and wants more capital to come In. Ho liellevea that the con stitution will safeguard and encour age legitimate business and will give a big Impetus to development of re sources. How's This? We offer line Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. The undersigned have known K. J. Cheney for the Inst 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In nil business trnnsnctlonn Bnd financially able to carry out any obligations made by bis firm. ' WAI.UIN'O, KINNAN St MARVIN, Wholesale 1'rugglsts, Toledo, O. Halls' Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally, acting directly upon the blood Mini mucous surfaces of the. system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. Take Hall s Family Pills for consti pation. 5 H.-P. Twin Cylinder Indian Mo torcycle! A-l condition; only run s short time; can lx hail at a bar gain, lm South Broadway. Trv the Journal Want Columns! PI ION K 7U1 IVES FLORIST Santa Fc Are. ami South 4th turret One block west of street car lino. NEW MEXICO lump I bnumh .u IKEiillEYFOR THE VALLEY COMMERCIAL CLUB TO TAKE UP PROPOSITION Secretary of Immigration Bureau Points Out Fact That Valley Has Not One Commer cial Orchard of Any Size. That commercial frult-raiMng on any barge, systematic and profitable scale has been seriously neglected In the Rio Grande valley; that It should form one of the chief wealth-sources of the farmers; and that the valley should be as famous a fruit-raising section aa the Pecos, were the Inter esting and surprising facta brought out at a meeting of the directors of the Commercial club yesterday aft ernoon. As a result of representations by Secretary H. B. Hening of the New Mexico bureau of immigration, the Commercial club will take stepg to investigate the apple-growing possi bilities of the valley and to devise ways and means for placing this In dustry on a permanent and paying commercial basis. - Following the sug gestion of the secretary, the club will seek to sicure the services of one of the foremost expert horticulturists in the country, to make a thorough investigation of the possibilities here and to report to the club. It Is believed that properly en couraged, frult-ralsing In the central Ulo Grande valley will make this sec tion more celebrated as the "home of the Big Red Apple" than cither the 1'ecog valley or the Son Juan apple country of northwestern New Mexico. Fruit men are agreed that with modern methods and precau tions and on a systematic plan, the growing of apples, peaches and pears and other small fruits in thla valley enn be developed Into a tremendous business, realizing thousands of dol lars for the farmers. Flenty of fruit In at present grown In the valley, but it Is generally grown m a haphazard manner, unscientifically and careless ly. There are, of course, exceptions, and a few model orchards, which only so to prove the truth of the general situation. "Lust summer," said the secretary of the immigration bureau yesterday. "I took a trip from Bernalillo to Belen along the valley north and south of Albuquerque to look into the fruit growing situation. While, of course, much fruit Is raised, I failed to find one commercial orchard of any size, managed scientifically and yielding the profit It should. "Little smudging is done, and the experience of tho Pecos valley orch ardlsts has shown that this protection against frost caves ihousnnds of dol lars In profits and Is one of the im portant features of the Industry. The ground In few coses la cultivated properly and trimming and spraying are neglected. "Some of the old-timers say It Is impossible to grow fruit here as suc cessfully as elsewhere because of the frosts. On the other hand, I find many who say that with proper smudging loss from frost may be greatly reduced. "Expert fruit men say that the cen tral Klo Grande valley can grow fruit Just as successfully, and profit ably as the Pecos valley or the San Juan, fruit-growing on the bench lands has never been tested and, In short, the Industry has never had a fair nnd thorough trial In this valley. With the survey of the county and the Increasing activity In valley real estate, the demonstration that fruit growing will yield large and aure profits will mean great things for this section. "A favorable report from a rec ognized authority on horticulture will not only givo a big boost to fruit Browing, but it will give the Commer cial club some of the most valuable advertising matter It has ever had." NOTICE. I now liavo plenty if Crestoil Hntto baw burner coal. JOHN S. HEAVEN. Phono 4. -;- 25 off on All Suits at the Hub. 4 Btyllih horses and buggies fur nished on short notice by W. L. Trimble A Co., Ut North Becond itreet: phone t. The best saddle horses to be had In the city are at W. L. Trimble's, Hi North Second street; phone I. 25 off on All Suits at the Hub. We board and cars (or horses The best of care guaranteed. W. U Trlmhle To 11J North Second St. The John Becker Co. Alfalfa and Native Hay Spot Shipments Bcien, li. M. T PDfll Consolidated Keg Beer Co Phone 138. .!Pi??i Wm. X LEMP'S St. Louis Draught Beer A Specialty, Outside Orders Solicited. HARDWOOD LUMBERS FOR FINISH AND CABINET WORK CLEAR AND SEASONED SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. Quickest, Simplest Cough Cure Eaallr aid Caeaplr Mada at Iloate. Savea loe tX This recipe nuke a pint of cough ayrup enough to last a family a long time. You couldn't buy as much or aa rood cough syrup for 2.60. Simple as It Is. it gives almost In stant relief and usually atopa the moat obstinate couh In 24 hours. This Is partly due to the fact that it is slightly laxative, stimulates the appetite and has an excellent tonio effect. It la pleasant to take children liks It An excellent remedy, too, for whooping cough, aore lungs, asthma, throat troubles, etc. ... Mis one pint of granulated sugar with H pint of warm water, and stir for 1 minutes. Put 2H ounces of Plnex (fifty cents' worh In a pint bottle and add the Sugar Syrup. It keeps per fectly. Take a teaspoonful every one, two or three hours. Pine is one of the oldest ana best known remedial agenta for tha throat membranes. Plnex la the most valu able concentrated compound of Nor way white pine extract, and Is rich in frulalcol and all the other natural heal n g elements. Other preparations will not work In this formula. The prompt results from thli recipe have endeared it to thousands of house wives In the United States and Canada, which explains why the plan has been Imitated often, but never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Plnea or will get It for you. If not, send tfl The Plnex Co.. IX Wayne. Ind. Aged Italian Wants $1500 as Compensation for Alleged In juries Sustained by Being Hit by Buzz Wagon, Dr. I O. Rice was made defendant In a suit In the district court yester day, when Maurice Collnmbian, through his attorney, VV. C. Heacock, filed an action asking 11,500 as com pensation for injuries alleged to have been sustained on September 15, 1909, as the result of the negligence of the defendant. Collombian is sixty years old. He alleges In the complaint filed yester day that before being hit by the buw wagon he was earning 1 49 per month at his profession, that of a scissors grinder. The old man was accidentally struck by Dr. Bice's . automobile on West Central avenue, between First and Second streets, a year and a half ago. Collombian was crossing the street and was struck by the machine be fore It could be entirely stopped. Aa the result of the accident Collombian claims ho will bo incapacitated for life. When given as soon as the croupy cough, appears Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will ward off an attack of croup and prevent all danger and cause of anxiety. Thousands of mothers use it successfully. Sold by all dealers. DEEK LEAP SIX FOOT FENCE AND MAKE HOME IX AMMUNITION PARK Stocking a game preserve has al ways been regarded as a most expen sive undertaking. Yfct an Incident that occured recently at Bridgeport, Conn., bids fair to establish an excep tion to the rule. Incidentally, too. it caBts a doubt upon the . old-time theory that game scent dunger In the smell of powder. Within the confines of a park con sisting of 370 acres of wild land Is located the powder magazines and shooting range of the Union Metallic Cartridge company. Thla ' park Is completely enclosed by a fence five miles long, which, with Its barbed wire attachment at the top, measures fully six feet high. The surrounding country, too, is more or less wild and naturally abounds with game. Whether they were attracted by the odor of the tons of powder stored In the numerous IT. M. C, vaults or simply possessed of a desire to enjoy the excluslveness that the forbidd ing fence suggested is a matter of conjecture. Yet the fact remains that one morning about a year ago, a doo wsa discover ed complacently pawing the ground on the Interior side of the If. M. C. fence. About a year later It was Join ed by a buck, and then a short time after the family was increased by the arrival of a fawn. Quite recently, tho employes of the U. M. C, factory were surprised to see that the group of Invaders had In creased to six, another fawn, doo and buck having Joined them. All ap proaches and entrances to the park being carefully guarded, the only way the deer could have possibly entered was by leaping the six foot fence. So aeellmated have they become and so absolute a disregard for the explosion of ammunition do they dis play that frequently, during the test ing of the 1000 yard range, where both targets and shooters are located on hills, It Is actually necessary to I drive tbem from within the line of (fire. It yon need a car neuter, telephone HesHitdmi; phone 877. ! 5 oft on All Hulls at the Hub. Try a Morninq Journal Want Ad SCISSORS GRINDER DAMAGES Wise Talksby the Office Boy Over In England they don't believe much la coined words, and they worry a lot when they hear an American ar rival shooting slang, because they're afraid the purity of the mother lan guage will be perverted. Yet It only goes to prove that there are excep tions to all rules, for an English wom an has written a play In which the heroine Is said to have been "sweed led" by the smooth villlan in such a way that she couldn't exactly say she was buncoed or swindled she was simply "sweedlcd." Reminds me of so many of the bargain sales you see ad vertised. Take it in footwear. The boss says I mustn't knock others stores even if our goods are better, so I won't say what I was going to but I'll . just tell you that we have nothing that you can get "sweedled" on in this style toggery. That Is, we guar antee every shoe we sell to be all leather goods and just as represented. Can you do better? You can't, be cause we give you Al stuff and take all the risk. Give us your next shoe order. And, boys, "take U from me," If you want to get some of the best bar gains you ever got you want to come in NOW wni'e our Green Tag Sale Is in progress. Wo are ulmost giving things away. ' , WILLIE, with SIMON S TERN The Central Avenue Clothier. Borne of Hart, Schaffoer & Mara Clothing. WE confine this week's announcement to a brief reference to several lines which we have made very special prices on. Hosiery CHILDREN'S "ON TOP HOSE. Thin la ono of tho best known brands, absolutely Inst black, nnd lias no equal for wear at tho price, special at 2 pair) for 25c. IJUHSOX HOSE. The only IIoso for Women that Is knit without a scam. Our regular price on this hose Is 25c a pair. We will continue them on sale this week at 3 pair for 85c Dress Goods Less With the coldest part of the winter before us. we have de cided to leave on salo tills wwk all our mannish tailored suit ings. They represent all that remains front several different fall lines of Homespuns, Mix tures, noucles, and Self-Color-ed novelties, about 20 pleeea all told, and tho early shoppers will find that It pays to make an effort to make a prompt se- igcttoanrT: i IUajUtSR33tlIaC9 U BSC I 91.75 and 92.00 value at 91.US fERGUSON ....AND.... C0LLISTER AT.m'QrEHQUKS DHY UOOOS SHOP.