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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1911. .Cits
-OOOOOOCOOCOCOOOOO t GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY x t w n fxico's rio ren i ew fi.frs WATCH IN'SPFCTOHS Mm 8XTA I K AMI COAST LIVES HM- WATCH KLTAIKINU AM) IVt.ltWIVG THE AFIC1I i HONT. 113 hOLTII MCOND STREET iioorocriooooocr i CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. glover, Tlntigm, Hons FuroUlilnr ftooda. Cutlery Tools, Iron lip, Vaiir and rutin?. Plumbing, Heating, Tin ami Copper Work. II WI-ST CFJVTItAL AVIiME rilONK !. DR. C. H. CONNER; OSTEOPATH This Weather Will boost up tin- irlc of IM TTI It al tlm creamery. Inn our prl will remain lite same for a few da)K al least. Primrose Brand only 30c per lb. .In -4 In I rcli California llrail U'Uiice, Cauliflower ami Celery. Wallace Hcssclden CenaraJ Contrar-tora. rlfurea and workmanship eoinL W. (uaranlc mors for your mossy than anr otb.r contracting firm in Albuquerque. Office at tha Superior f'lanlng Mill. Phone 177. Ward's Store Homer H. Ward, Mgr. 315 Marble Ave., Phone 206 Standard Plumbing ft Hettinf OOMPAVT l W. Cantrai A ranaa. PmasH and carnal AtMello la All Orders, TELEPHONE It. ALBUQUERQUE FOUNDRYtnd MACHINE WORKS Iron and II raw Casting. Machinery Repairs. AMirorEitorr, . new Mexico LAUNDRY WHITE WAGON! MUM, ELIZABETH HANHON-BItADFOUD Teacher of VOICK CULTURE (Italian Method.) Graduate of the N. E. Conservatory or music, uoaton, Mass., 812 South waiter Street, phone 69. Cancer's Muslcales, Etc. lamngton and Ux- moii Chavez and rUT&IC'IAX A.D SCRGEOJf , Trini.lad Garcia, all of Altiuuueruue: and Joseph La Ilreton of Riwer. and All Acute and Cmnle Discs Treated. ) - Offler: Mrrn Knihllnit. oiroer I'uartbi Tne reception, whic h was to have atrrrl ami (Ynlral avenue. 'en Riven to new monitors Friday . ' -I evening by the memlxr of the Sun day school of the Lead avenue Metho dist itiun h has teen indefinitely post poned owing to the epidemic of measles and grip. There will be n regular meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps this after noon at 2:30 in A. O. V. W. hall. A liKht luncheon will be fined at the conclusion of the business session. By ord.r of the president, Geraldine Mulligan, secretary. Tel. 2HS Tel. IM French & Lowber Funeral Directors an'd Embaimers Lady Assistant COn. BTT1 AND CENTRAL, OMr Phone MI0 t IMVIKSITY OFFICIAL NOTICES nm tiii: wffk. Monday, Feb. 20. 10;EO: Assembly address by Judge I!. F. Adorns, on "Washington," at Itodcy hall. Mon day. Feb. 20, 2 o'clock and :30, at Elks' opera house: Benjamin Chapin, as Lincoln, presented by University V. W. C". A. Admission in the eve ning, ni)c, 75c and 11.00. Wednes day, Feb. 22: PuLlle holiday, Wash Ir.gton'i lilrthday. ftrewtry and Ice company, arrived yesterday from New York, and will remain here some time looking after his extensive business interests. W. A. Cammeron, traveling freight and passenger agent for the Santa Fe, Is In the city from El Paso. ' The ball given by the Gray's base ball club, In Society hall last evening, was a decided success, being attended TICKETS FOR CONCERT GIVEN OUT TODAY Re-r,r( SrnU for Eleanor Hon Trio MJU ll. Distributed to Santa Fe Employe Thurxlay Morning. Tickets for the Eleanors Olson Con cert Tlo attraction, which appears at tha Eika' theater Saturday evening. February 25. will be given out at the Santa Fe reading rooms tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. The Santa Fe employe are showing unusual Inter est In the coming of the trio and It Is quite likely that seats will be at a premium on the night of the concert. Lodge No. 89. Fraternal Union of America, will give a dance at the old Odd Fellows' hall on February 25. Gentlemen, 50 cental Ladles, free. YOUNG LADIES CUE MINSTREL am Academy Girls Score Decided Success in Black Face Work Yesterday; Patriotic Pro gram Follows, Comedy and patriotism were clov erly bbnded to the delight of th rupiU and teachers of St. Vincent's academy yesterday afternoon, a com hinution minstrel show and patriotic program being rendered which proved a brilliant success.' The patriotic part of the program, of course, was in honor of George Wshlnton, and was followed by a minstrel show. The as sembly nail at the academy was handsomely decorated for the occa sion, flags and bunting forming an ap propriate ornamentation scheme. Pictures of Washington and Lincoln were conspicuous throughout the hall, After a number of literary and pa triotic selections, the stage was given over to the girl mlnstreU, who made a big hit with -a clever presentation of black face work. Several of the. young ladies demonstrated their abll- iiy ax singers and dancers In a way that surprised . their friends. The minstrel troupe was composed of resi dent pupils at the academy and their OUR MILK AND CREAM la rmduMNl and Handled Under tlw fctrlcteat Hanltarr Condition of Modern Dairying. The Matthew Dairy & Supply Co. PnONR 20. 1700 Kor.TII fOUKTII STREET. CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS SANTA ROSA ALBUQUERQUE L- B. Putney ESTAI1I.IKHF.H 1S7S. WHOLESALE GROCER Ilenifllillii Holler Mills ( olil Morage unit Frulia Strong Brothers ITndcrtakera and Emhalmar. Proaipt aervle day or night Telephone, No. 75: Kaa., 60 Strong Ilk Onppar and Bacon (r Last Three Days of the IBIgCsisIhiSal ' Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, f cb. 23, 24, 25 Positive, final and complete clean-up of all odds and ends, broken lines, short lengths and all winter goods of every description. New Spring Suits for Boys Arc Now on Display We will make it a tea turc to show a fine line of SCHOOL SUITS with two pairs of Bloomer Trousers $3.50 to $7.50 the Suit We arc exclusive dis tributors for Stein Bloch nobby clothes for men. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED E. L. WASHBURN CO. Albuquerque, N. M. In llio evMit Ibnl "ii ahniilil nt rec.tvs your morning (inner lulc Iii.ih lliu pohl'AI, nouciillM'll I'll giv liK yiur iiiiin.v nml nMn- anil ihii pupil- will tt ilKllvi-rxil liy a imrlnl nivMeiiKer. 'I'hn t. l. . l. ,). a Hl:M Altl s oo. Tlio hii ruwunl will ho inli fr lliu iirront anil eoiii,ii.,n ,,f y. laughl hlmiIImk i-iilra i,f thn MuihiiiK jouiiim ii i. hi ih ih.i.i- K UII uf ill)'lt.- HhM'. JUI'IINAI. PUIII.ISHINO CO. FRIDAY IS REMNANT DAY- Remnants accumulating from twelve days of active selling good usable lengths in Dress Goods, Silks, Mercerized Materials, Percales, Outings, Linings, Laces, Embroideries. Ribbons and,, all sorts and kinds of Remnants gatjidrcd from all parts of the store. ; . The entire collectionthousands'' of themgo on sale FRIDAY at 10 a. m., at exactly HALF-PRICE All day Thursday, all day Friday and all day Saturday, all Ladies' and Misses' Coats, Suits, Capes Wool Dresses and Silk Dresses at exactly HALF-PRICE All Furs at exactly HALF-PRICE DURING THESE LAST THREE DAYS , OF THE SALE. New Arrivals We are now getting in our Spring Goods and have al ready placed on sale all the latest things in Knox Hats . We have the Derbies and Soft Hats in all the new shapes and colors. $3.00 and $5.00 New Line of Shirts In addition to the new Cluettand Monarch brand we show a very attractive lot of Eagle Shirts $1.25 to $3.00 Spring Suits Both Men's and Boys' are also being rapidly unpacked and placed on sale, Our prices are always reasonable. SIMON STERN AT ffi illMmiMimilH MMIHIMMMMIMMIH HARDWOOD LUMBERS FOR FINISH AND CAtlNET WORKCLEAR AND SEAS0NEB SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. IL flllMEETIO F Ml TODAY New Mexico Society to Hold Luncheon at Alvarado Pre ceding Yearly Election of Officers This Afternoon, Store Closed All Day Today, FEB. 22, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY LOCAL NEWS Of INTEREST I'OI'lH'llll, WaMliiiiKtiiii, Feb, si. Mexico and ArUonu r'ulr Wednesday and 'lliiiinilay. West Texas Kalr and warmer Wednesday anil Thursday, I II... .......... All .. 1 io rM-TMnn. hm wuii are lo lane part In the drill ro to report at the armory at K:5 p. m. first call at fid. iiHKcmhly nt 9 p. in J. Dm ru -dailo. All members i.f the O. A. It. are In- I ... ii i. mi' f.i-111111 hi llieir , hailae will admit them. K, Mi'ljiiceii (iriiy. Seoul Master; U. A. Macpher non, Hccretary, lr. Siiailiacli: Kyc, liar, Now, Throat. lf. !'. rainier of t'erillu whs a vln- ' Hue In the city exierdHy. I. W. Trell of Itliind, N. M., wm, niiiiin the arrhals .Vest 'iday. It. K. Ilynd, stre iminaKer of Ma drid, spent ycxterdiiy In the city. Myron DihikIhh, a well known press, mail. Is ill at ti lis home on Smith lliKh Ktreet. K. W. Itobrrti. Rovernment arehl. I'm t, Iiim returned from a I'iikI neip trip to Kl I'm so. J. 1'". Ilucklc, inattnK"r of the Har vey iie service, was here yesterduv , Irnni Kansas ( Mty. Sunday hours will be observed at I be piixtof flcp today, on account of Wanhlnstnn's lilrthday. J. t. HalilrlilKC baa recehed a tele, mam from the Kemper Military school In Mlnaouii announcing tha critical lllnens of bis son Kenneth llaldridiie with typhoid fever, and he left yesterday for his son's bedside. Harry itiinklii, one of the principal sliiekholders of the Kmil hw et i n The Golden Rule Offers Silks Used in Decorations at Exceedingly Low Prices The rich, beautiful Mcssalincs, fancy, Suesines, Mirror and Jacquard Silks now on exhibition in our store will be placed on sale Thursday and sold at prices that repre sent a decided loss prices that represent about half actual value. We've been so busy with the big: sale that we didn't have time to change the decorations,' hence these silks are a little, mussed and dusty. They will be sold as they now hang at these tempting figures. , r J?"inch Mcssal'ies in all the delicate, dark and medium shades at 44c yard or $5.28 for dress pattern of J 2 yards. ;:;. : 27-inch fancy Suesine, Mirror Jacquard Silks at 30c yard or $2.95 for dress pat- torn nf in vnrrlc ' r ivi ii vi iw jUIUJi ,7 Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. The annual meeting ond election of officers of the New Mexico Society, Sons of the American Revolution, will bo held at the Alvarado hotel at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Precedinc the business meeting a luncheon will be served to the members of the so ciety at the hotel. Everyone who is eligible for mcmbershln Is invited to be present, in addition to all mem bers. Following the Presentation of the flag to the Hoy Scouts, preliminary to tno ball of the latter organization at the Armory tonight, the Sons nt the Kevolutlon who will be present, have I urrunged for the reading of selected portions of Washington s farewell ad dress. In the announcement to mem bers Is the following suggestion: "Since it is felt that our society is afforded a splendid opportunity of encouraging and fosterinir the snliit of patriotism through the medium, of this organization of bovs It is ear nesdly hoped that every member will make a special effort to h.e present. It is requested that the members of the society. meet at the Armory promptly at ! o clock on the evening of Kebru ury 21'." The present officers of the New Mexico Society are John W. Elder. president; Harold H. Hurd. of Ilos well, Charles M. Edwards of Farm- ington and Pitt Ross of Albuquerque, vice presidents; George A. Campfleld, secretary; Frank w. Clancy, registrar; u. A.. Matson, treasurer: Cieorge S KiocK, historian; C. C. Huteman, of Ft. Hnyard, chaplain. -r r riPiri r-ii-r r i irnni ah r r- am i r- n 1 1 1 i unrpn. ur UMLiruniNiA wa tux Sacramento, Cal Feb. 21. Thn senate passed today a bill preventing diversion of the waters of the state into other states by canals, tuniieli p.nd like means. The bill now rocs to the governor for his signature. It la directed against an agreement mud by the department of the interior under Secretary Garfield, by which Lake Tahce was to be tapped and IU waters carried by tunnel Into Nevada. Lodge No. 89, Fraternal Union of America, will give a dance at the old Odd Fellows' hall on February 25. Gentlemen, BO cents; ladles free. : " 1 Sanitary Plumbing and Heat!n Co., Flione 919. I,hh1 Option Defeated. Columbus, O., Feb. 21. The Dean bill, giving municipalities throughout Ohio the right to vote on the saloon question, was defeated by the hous today. The senate has passed the bill. The result ends one of the bit tercst fi-ghta In the general assembly. 5 H..P. Twin Cylinder Indian' Mo. torryile; A-l condition; only rim n Hiiort time; ctm Iw had at bar gain. 1 11)3 South Itnmdvvay. Wc honrd and care for horses. The best of care guaranteed. W. T. Trimble & Co., 113 North Second St. I I . H ' i . . . . 1 1 by n large number of dancers. The affair was such a brilliant achieve ment that Manager Ian I'adllla. of the Grays may decide to give another like event in the near future. The Martha Washington tea and lioiiie cooking rale by the I'reHliyte rlun ladles will be held thin afternoon at the home if Mrs. Collins, lit ,M Walter. Gentlemen will be Welcomed, Four marriage licenses were Isooed M'Ktcrday, the prospective married couples being Frank E. Hill and llcl- The Poll Tax for 1911 is now due and payable at Maloy's Grocery Store, 214 W. Central. Grace Hermann, Clerk, Board of Education. VICTIMS OF TRAIN WRECK IN SERIOUS CONDITION FOR RENT Two front store rooms In Com menial lull building Vsrcli 1. Inquire, ol Kccretarjr, Aztec Fuel Company " FOR SALE nnnn PI FAM nAllim Crrrnm nrn Trtll irn rn;vr ami t.r. win licno, Nev., Feb. 21. The train crew on the westbound fast mall No. 9. which ai'iiv -d In Iteno seven bourn l"te. due to the w rei k of the China Japan mall at I'nihigndo last nUht teport that of the seriously Injured In the derailment, Mrs. Lillian Ilearb nar, bound for Carlln. Nev., H not ex pected to live. fche is suffeiiiig from Internal Injuries. Mrs. Josephine Needhum of Saitlnnw, Mich., H also ludly injured. Joseph Duncan of 2X50 Vino street, Denver, was unconscious for several hours nrter thn wreck and IS In a Serious eonHlllon . the passengers wero slightly Injured b.v Hying glass and splintered wood. Immediately following tile wreck, the mail car which remained on the track was converted into a tempo rary hospital, the seriously Injured being placed there until the fast mall hi'oiiKht them to Elko, where they "ere placed In the Elko hospitai. i ne seriously Injured are mill Elko. The stretch of track where the wreck occurred winds in the sha;e ef a letter "S," and is roii,uiiy known among engineers as "Shirt tail Itend." at The best saddle horses to be hud In the ntyfire at W. U Trimble a, ns North Second street; prone 3, work gave evidences of careful train Ing and faithful study of the various I arts. Those who participated in the minstrel show were: Miss Charlotte lirlxner of silver City, who was Inter locutor; Misses Grace McDermott Gibson, Ilertha Turner. Ccrrlllos, Helen Akers, Gibson, Nellie I'hllllps. Magdulenu. Goldle Sprint;, Clayton. Mary Valdcr., Springer, Florence Dunn, Albuquerque. The patriotic program rendered prior to the minstrel, follows: "A merlin'" Chorus Heading Uiureen Asselln "Star Spangled ISniiiicrr" . . . . Hy Trio Charlotte lirlxner, tenor: p.ulh simpler, soprano; Helen and chorus. Heading, delected Julia "Columbia, Gem of Ocean". I'ratlinir Mary Kathleen Kellv "Flag of the Free" Chorus Vocal solo, selected Uuth Simpler Following the program, a tooth some luncheon was served, after which the afternoon was given over 10 impromptu music and song. Al together, the entertainment was well planned and cleverly executed, glvlns a very enjoyable time to'all who attended. PROJECT EXPECTS TOPULLTHRQUGH Bluewater. Development Com pany Official Reported in East Working to Capitalize Big Enterprise Once More, Akers, Keleher -Chorus If you iiH'd a carpenter, telephone! llcsscldi ii; iione 377, Consolidated Liquor C01, (corner First and Copper) have mad ar rangements with the city council and chairman of the republican central commute to supply their family trade as usual. Goods In any quan tity delivered free. Phono 13 J. Fay your poll ta now. It was learned vestenlav Oil i.rwi.l authority that officials of the lu water Development company, who are now in the east working to se cure sufficient capital to put through their big project In the Hluewnter valley of New Mexico. have 1011ml conltlons more encouraging since the statehood matter has become so far advanced and there is reason to be lieve that the project will be ready lor construction work again this sea. on. several years ago the almost completed dam of the company which was to Impound water to Irrigate a large area of fertile land ... ed out and destroyed by a flood after a great deal of money had been ex ppnded. -' Stylish horsea and buggies fur. nlshed on short Trimble Co.. lis Knrth a - - WIVVIIU street. Phono J. WAXTED. Nurse, maid. Apniv avenue. 708 Copper Ferry's seed are tlK. world best iainioiiea free. For sale by Tlw inner company, 117 Ka.t Tljeras. Anticipate Your Wants, as Our Shop Closes Promptly at 12 o'Clock M., Today. FERGUSON ....AND (CLUSTER ALBUQUERQUE'S DRX"" GOODS SHOP.