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' THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1911.
GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY I NKW MEXICO'S PIONFKH JEWEI.EUS f WATCH iM'i:cnits nut swta IK AM) COST LINES I FINK W It'll HLI'AIKIXG AMI KM.RAVIXU rj THE ARCH 1 HONT. 115 SOITI1 M COM) STKEET CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Burr, Range, Ibmao Furnishing Goods, Cutlery Tools, Iron Tlpe, Valves ami I "lirltisr. Plumbing. Homing, Tin ami (npiice Work. IIS WEST CKNTIIAL AVL.ML 1'llOXE SIS. Lowney's iPremium COCOA-Fresh shipment just in WanTs Store Homer H. Ward, Mgr. 315 Marble AvePhoni 20fi OUR MILK AND CREAM la Produced aud Handled I'nilcr th Strictest Sanitary Condition! of Modern Dairying. The Matthew Dairy & Supply Co. PIION1S 420. 1100 NORTH FOCItTH KlUEICT. CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS SANTA Vi;tT.,u,!S-.',,3r:- L. B. Putney KHTAItMSIIDD 187.1. NEW GOODS Our eastern buyer has just returned from the market and we are re ceiving the latest fads in all lines bought by him. Our Semi Annual Sale Closes Feb. 1 Watch us for new ideas Exclusive distributors for Stein Block Co., makers of mens fine clothes Mallory Hals $3. and $3.SO Walk-over Shoes $3.50 and $4 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED EL II CO. 1 22 South Second Street 119 W. Gold Ave. 3 WASHBURN Wallace Hesselden General Contractor. Figures and workmanship eoant Wa guarantee snore lor your money than any otfaar contracting firm In Albuquerque. Office at the Superior riamnr liiiL Phone 177. Standard Plumbing 6 Heatlnf OOMPAXY 111 W. Central Areas, Proanal tod cajrfal AUentloa to AU Orders, TELEPHONE IX ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRY tnd MACHINE WORKI Iroa and Tintm Castings. Machinery Repairs, AMirorrnorK. NEW MEXICO LAUNDRY WHITE wagon: Try a Journal Want Ad; Results ROSA ALBUQUERQUE WHOLESALE GROCER Itcriiallllo Holler Mills Cold Storage mid Fruits Strong Brothers Undertaken and Embalmers. Prompt aorvlco day or night. Telephone, No. 78. Has., 506. Strong IUU Copper and Second In the erent tht joa ahnalt an mclM your mnmlng p.p.r. t phone the rosi'Ali TBI.kilRAPH Co,, flTlna your hum .nil addraee rm end th .iiir will t. delivered bt a Special Hhhuih, The Ul.Dhoae la "" No. II M (Set REWARD I.M - Th. abitT r.w.rd will be pal m fur the errvat end ooovlotloa of anr - nil mug lit tonltnr. onplce ol tee i U.'fnina Jnuriml friim the or- m wsyf or mibact Ititra. m JOUKNAU F0BL1IH1NO M. - LOCAL NEWS OF INTEREST I'onMist. WiiHliltiKton, Jan. 'J8. For New Mexico; I'nlr In aouih, bx'iil rulna In north portion Sunday mill Monday. For Arlmonit: Itnln Hunduy nd Monday. For Weal Texas: Generally fair Sumlay and Monday; not nuuh elianne In teniperiiture. Dr. Sliadracli: Kya. Kar. Note. Throat. Use Moses' Pest Flour. All the UKST groe.era have It. Hum. January R, 1911, to Mr. and Mm. Thomas aimhy o'f 312 South Seventh street,, u baby boy. There will be ft regular meeting of the Fraternal Ilrolherhood Monday, January ao, a Odd Fellows' hull. All no oilier requested to tio present. Ily order of l'reisldent. Frances Dye, secretary, Manillas Hlgglns, Jr., son of Dr. M, lllgglus, of Newport, Ky., will arrive Consolidated Keg Beer Co Phone 138. Wm. J. LEMP'S St. Louis Draught Beer A Specialty, Outside Orders Solicited, HAhDWOOD LUMBERS FOR FINISH AND CAIINET WORKCLEAR AND SEAS0NEI SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. COAL COAL COAL Our DIAMOND l.t'MP COM, contains more, licat tmlis titan nnjr other (isiltip cat. diamond KfOVK i'0 It, m imh1 ua DUimouil I,umn, but smaller In le alo wiimlliT In price, , WcmmI and Kindling alwnys on hand. Ol O Ef 1 We Kimruiitcc lull Weight, A 110116 mO X AlJiv l lKL CO . ...."". , lslrst aud GraulM. DR.CH. CONNER PHYSICIAX AXO SLKGEOX OSTEOPATH AH Amir ami Cmnln Disease Trtd. Office: Stern ItuiMing, corner Fourth Mftft anil Crmral avenue. Tel. 285 Tel. 12f French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady Assistant COO. 6TH AND CEXTRAlfc Offlr. l"hon 50 W. M. GRAY THE Bt'ST PIIOTOGUAPIIEIl 213 West Central Avenue Phone B2J. University Announcements Momlny, Jan. SOtli Spring Semester begin Registration Day. Rodey Hall, 11 a. m Lecture by Miss Rosa. Public; library, S p. m. Flrpt Lecture of the Free Course, "Mac both," Pr. McQueen Oray. In Albuquerque Monday evening, to join hla mother, Mrg. M. iHigglns, and sister nnd brother, of South AValter street. He will also enter the unl versify for the aecond semester. Dr. M. nigging will locate In Albuquer que at an early date. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Mm, June) Hardy Hull. Mrs. Jnne Hardy Hall, 8 years old died tit the home of her daughter, Mrs. B, H. Downs, early yesterday mornlnir. Deceased is survived by ten children, Mrs. Oeoree C. Wilding, of Perth Amboy, N. J.: Hcv. J. G. Hat!. Holtvllle, Cal.: Thomns Hall, lloltvllle, Cal., nnd Mrs. K. H. Downs and Mrs. Dnvld Htewart, of Albu qnrrque. Five other rhlldrcn are dead. Mrs. Hall resided In Albu querque for sixteen years. The fu nern! will bo held at 2:30 this after noon at the First M. K. church, of which deceased was aVfalthfui mem ber. Mrs. Hall wss born at South Shields, EnKland, In 1821. She was married In 1844 and eamo to Amerl a In 1S48 with her husband and two Utile sons. The trip across the ocean was made In a snlllnK vessel nnd was one of such hardships that Mrs. Hall was taken ill-In New York, where shn laid for weeks In a hospital, her two children dying: during; hor Illness. IteeovcrltiB; Mrs. Hall began iv l"nR trip alone by river, canal and stage enach from New York to WIipcHiik, Va., now WeHt Virginia, where she Joined her huHliand, who had Rone ahead. Mrs. Hall lived most of her life In New Haven, Wheeling hnd Syracuse, O., before com Ins; to Albu querque. Hnr many friends here and elsewhere will regret to learn of her death, nnd the surviving members of the family will have the sympathy of a largo circle of friends In their sor row. SESSION HERE Representatives of Big Grocery Houses From All Over Terri tory Here Yesterday; Many Matters Discussed, The New Mexico Wholesale Grocers' association m,et In regular session yes terday illuming and afternoon lit the Alvurudo hotel, all the big wholesale houses of the territory being; repre sented. Numerous Important matters, Including freight rates, were discuss ed, but nothing was given out for pub lication. The meetings wer0 presided over by President If. W. Kelly, M. W. Hrowno being secretary. The follow HiiT members were present: 8. O. Cartwr'ght, of Cartwrlght & l!ro.. Santa Fe; (leorge Arnut and H. W. Kelly, of Gross, Kelly & Co,, F. 1'. Jones, of Jones, Downes Mercantile Co,, Silver City; M. W. Hrowne, of llrowne, Mansunres Co., of I.us Vegas; V. Uemslicrg, of kcniHhcrg Mer. Co.. of Union; Tt. K. Tutney, of L. .11 l'utncy, Albtiqueniue. IVoniH, U lug worm. Tetter, chapped hatuls or Hps, bolls, sores and all skin disease Hre quick ly cured by tlio use of Dr. Hell's An tiseptic Halve. 25c a box at all deal ers. A creamy snow whlto ointment. WHOLESALE IN WALTON The Photographer Offers Special Valentine Photographs Studio: 3131-2 West Central Phone 923 THREEBOYSALMOST E PROMPT RESCUE WORK PREVENTS DEATH OF LADS Wilson Taylor, Six Years Old Sustains Broken Leg, Frac tured Thigh and Perhaps In ternal Injuries. While playing at the Toot of the big sHndhlll at f the. corner of Iron and Hill streets t,t 4 O'clock yesterday nf- ternoon, Wilson: Taylor,; 6 yeurs old Jefferson Welngart, aged 9, Donald Wclngart, nged 7, and Louis Har rison, aged 7, were covered with sev ersl tons of dirt, and but for prompt rescue work all the boys would have been smothered to death. As It Is, Wilson Taylor, who lg the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Taylor, of 502 South High street, lies at his home with his left leg broken, his hip fractured snd perhaps very se rious Internal juries. Young Tay lor was covered with several feet of sand and was under the pile for al most twelve minutes. When unearth ed he was unconscious and according to those who assisted In the rescue work, It was almost miraculous that e was still alive. The two Weln gart boys were not burled so deeply and they were rescued quickly, with but comparatively slight Injuries, Yonng Harrison 'fared hettev than bis threo companions) and was the first one rescued, being on the edge of the ave-ln. ' "Shorty" De Leon, of the Duke City cleaning works, who was dell v- rlng orders on South High street. was the first man to arrive on the scene after the cave-in. He was at tracted to the place by boys who fantlcnlly asked his assistance. Ie Leon Jumped from his wagon, which he left standing In the middle of the street, and rushed to the scene of the disaster. With the assistance of shovel and his hands De Leon se cured the release of Harrison and the Welngart boys within a short time. Young Taylor was covered so deeply, however, that tt was many minutes before the sand could be shoveled way from his body. When he was finnlly, uncovered It was thought he was dead. Stimulants were adminis tered, however, and ho recovered consciousness nnd wns taken to his home. A physician had been called Immediately after the accident and arrived shortly after Taylor was un earthed. Ilelng the most seriously In jured Taylor was given first aid. It was found that his left leg hnd been fractured and also his left hip and thnt he had possibly sustained serious Internal Injuries. Reports last night from the homes the other boys were to the effect that they are not seriously Injured. Ir. Hell's Pliie-Tar-Honoy. Is a house-hold word In every state In the union as well as In severnl for- Ign countries. For Grippe, Coughs. olds, Am hum nnd throat troubles it i tho best. Sold every where. Look for tho Hell on the liottlc. ULLMAN RATES .1 A ride in an Upper From Albu querque to El Paso or Deming Will Cost $1,60 Instead of $2,00, As the result of recent negotiations etween tho honorable Interstate com. merce commission and the l'ullman ompany, ralqs for tipper berths iii andard and tourist sleepers will be eere.ised approximately considerably, ffectivo .February 1. inc iocs j Paptft re ouues nave ai ndy received a supply of tho new till ma ti tickets, with the prices plain- printed on .them. The price re duction will be approximately eighty er cent, but thei minimum price for ppers will be $1.25 in standards and II tn tourist osrst - . Some of tho chr nges of Interest to Albuquerque pea pie are s follows: From Albuquerque to Chicago, standard upper, lfl.80, reduced from JS.&0; tourist, reduced from 14.25 to S.20. From Albuquerque to Kansas City, standard, upper, reduced from Ifi.OO to M ii'; tourist, upper, reduced from 3 0n to 2.40. From Albuquerque to Ki Paso or Memlntf. standard, upper, reduced from 2.fl0 to 91.60. No provisions are made in the rilONE 13 IVES FLORIST Santa iVaWe. atoA fiuntli Ith street One block west of street ear Una. SMOTHER Ml C El DOWN fi AlwOppwimfiy l WE have want to at ridiculously 20 doz. SOdoz. 1 0 doz. 1 0 doz. 1 00 p'rs. 200 Suits and these are of our heavy weights- SIMON THE CENTRAL AVENUE agreement between the commerce commission and the Pullman company for the elimination of the Pullman porter and his whisk broom. When given as soon as the croupy coukIi 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. APPRENTICES!! LEAH FAST Fifty Embyro Mechanics Now Enrolled in Santa Fe School at Albuquerque Shops and Doing Good Work. Such has been the growth of the Santa Fe apprentice sjchool at the local Santa Fc shops, that plans are now under consideration for the con struction of a new building In which to house the Institution. Since Its In auguration some three and a half yearg ano, the school has doubled In size and several times outgrown Its quarters. It Is not unlikely that the school will be. moved from Its pres ent quarters, down stairs. In the main office building to larger quarters on the second floor. Plans were drawn some time ago for a real school house or technical college, but it Is not defi nitely known at the present time when actual construction will be begun. The successful growth of the ap prentice school during the past year is due to the untiring efforts of If. Turnbull, a highly trained technical man, who Is In charge of the work, and W. K. Hlnod, special Instructor. Fifty pupils In six departments now take four hours' work each week un der Mr. Turnbull. Drafting, mechani cal drawing, mathematics, sketching? and other technical subjects are taught In the school room. The ap prentices do the work during the day nnd are paid by the company at the same rat? as If they had worked that length of time In tho shop at their trade, In the different shops, such us the machine shop, blacksmith shop, and other departments, the appren tices are looked after by Mr. Hlood. Apprentices are free at any time to ,co to Mr. lilood and obtain Informa tion regarding a job on which they are "stuck." The theory and practice Is demonstrated nnd the apprentice Is thus Informed fully us to every detail of hi nliop work. The John Becker Co. Alfalfa and Native Hay Spot Shipments Belen, N. M. just finished stock-taking and clean up some odds and ends low prices. We offer- Shirts and Underwear at (These goods are worth 65c to $1.50 per garment) Men's Tan and Black Hose at (These are 1 5c values) 4 pairs for Work and Driving Gloves at Worth 75c and $1.00 Mens Stiff and Soft Hats at Reg. price were $2, $2.50, $3 of Douglas $3.50 Shoes at (This also includes some other good makes) Overcoats at s$10,$15,$20 to clean up al all this season's makes and worth According to Mr. Turnbull, all the apprentices have taken hold of the work In a vigorous manner and have been very successful In their studies. "Many of the apprentices enrolled with u g now are quite proficient in technical studies," aald Mr. Turnbull yesterday. "When they began the studies some of them were deficient In even common text book work. They have been trained a little at a time, however, until now they have a good grounding and when they are turned out as mechanics after serving their four years apprenticeship, they will be mechanics In every sense of the word and will not bo half baked handy men." Medicines that aid nature are al ways most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature In restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thousands have, testified to Its superior excellence. ' Sold by all dealers. . There will be a special meeting of the Board of Dental Examiners at the Commercial club, Albuquerque, Jan uary 30 and 31, for the purpose of examining all applicants desiring a license to practice dentistry In New Mexico. We can save you money If you will Rl'.MKMBKIt that C. Fisher & Co. can connect your house with the new sew. er. Don't full to phono ltlHl and get our prices. . It yon need a carpenUr, telephone HasMlden: phone S77. 1 Will serve a Sunday chicken dinner at the Homo ltcstaurant. Trice 25c. Dinner from 12 to 2. Try the club breakfasts at the new Wells Cafe, 114 N. Second St., 25 cents. Nothing like It in this town. As iiHiial, we will serve a chicken dinner Sunday at tin Homo Itcxlaur ant. lrlcc, 25c. '. S II.-r. Twin Cylinder Indian MO' torcyciej A-l condition; only run snort tune; ran he hnd at bar' gnln. 1403 South llroadwar. Sl'XDAY DIXNFIt. At the new Wells Cafe, 114 North Second street. Chicken dinner from i n o p. m., ou cents, uring your family. ,. Don't forget to rut jour Sunday chicken dinner at tlio Home ltcxlnur nut. Trice, 25c, .-( KKW Alt D $50. The undersigned will pay a reward of fifty dollars for tho return of two boxes containing papers which are of no value to any one except the tin. dorslgned and no questions will he asked. This offer is mado in cmnd faith and the reward will be nromnt. ly paid to a messenger boy or any onJ alu. ...Inrnln- U - V . ..n0 iiiuiuii'i ma nones ana paper io any one giving Information which these things may ba recover a reasons uie reward will be paid. O. L. BttOOKS. 1 Try a Morning Journal Want Ad 40c 25c 50c $1.00 $1.90 $15 to $30. CLOTHIER Morning We Will Begin to Display the New Spring Styles In Silks ' - i SILKS DRESS GOODS " j , FIGURED AND WHITE WASH GOODS GINGHAMS PERCALES LACES EMBROIDERIES . :' TRIMMINGS LINGERIE ;, WAISTS ' etc; : : FERGUSON ttAND.t C0LLISTER ALBUQUETtQCE'S DBf GOODS SHOP. Monday