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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911 ococcoooocjooxoocxxioooooooooooca I GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY M W MKTKXVS PIONFKR JFAVFLFRS VATCTI ISSI'I (-lOlIS Foil KAMA I K AMI IST I.IMM 11K WATCH KKPAIUI.NU AMI K.M.IUVIVfl S THE ARCH I ItOVf. IIS HOITII MXOND STTUaffr f tXXXXOOOCOCXTOCXW CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Eton, Itangea, Hons Furnishing Goods, CuUrrjr Tools, Iron Flpa, VfttTM ami Filling., limiitilng. 1 1 rat I nc. Tin ami t'oprr Work. I IB WEhTCKXTHAL AM. Mi; PHONE Sit. Is It Any Wonder we should have an un usually nice trade on our 35c Bulk Coffee It is the same blend it was before the advance cost, but we did not change our selling price. Primrose Butter ... 30c 17 lbs. Sugar.... $1.00 Every day in the week. Ward's Store Homir H. Ward, Mgr. 31 5 Marble Ave., Phone 201 OUR MILK AND CREAM ! TriHluced and Handled Tinder the Strictest Sanitary Condition! ol Modern Dairying. The Matthew Dairy & Supply Co. PHONE 420. IJOO NOItTII fOUUTU STREET. CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS SANTA ROSA ALBUQUERQUE L.B. Putney i:;NT.ni.iHiii:i ws. ,.-..-M.4W.k.'.fejjf-r.a.tA4r..lHJJ "Stcin-Bloch Nobby Spring Clothes for Men Are Now Dis played. New Ideas Everything nobby in new Spring Shirts for men are now displayed in our Second Street Window. Sec the latest direct from New York, its a natty pleated Shirt with colored collar to match $2.00 EACH Monarch Shirts . $1.25 Cluctt Shirts $1.75 to $2.50 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED E. L. WASHBURN CO. Albuquerque, N. M. Wallace Hossolden General Contractor. rirurea ana workmanship eoant We guarantee nore (or your money than any ottiar contracting firm In Albuquerque. Office at tha Superior t'lanm mul rnone 177. Standard Plumbing & Heating COMPANY 11 W. Central Arraa, rroaaya and oarrfml AH tl aa All Order. TELETHON!! U ALIUQUERQUE FOUNDRY tnd MACHINE WORKS Iron and Bras Castings. Machinery Itcpalr. Ai,nrorERomc NKW MEXICO LAUNDRY WHITE WAGJN1 MHH, ELIZABETH HANSON-BRADFORD Teacher of voick cuLTuna (Italian Method.) Graduate of the N. K. Conservatory of Music, Iloston, Mam., 813 South Walter Street. Phone 669. Concert, Musics lei, Kto. WHOLESALE GROCER tternallllo Holler Mill Cold Murage nnd Fruits Strong Brothers Undertakers and Embalmar. Prompt servlc day or night. Telephone, No. 76. Res., tot. Strong lllk,, Copper and Seconal In lh ovoid Hint you alinulil not ruiuun yiiur irit.rnlim pmn-r tnlxphou. tha I'UHTAI, TKJ.KOIIAPII t.'O. giv ing vuiir imna nnd aililr.u end lh. .iiinr will lm UHlvrrr.l by a. arwrlal uiimauiiitsr, Tha teluphuua It Ho. II. b.oo kiwakd an.oo. Tha atmva rawmnl will I., paid fur ttia arret nod conviction of any. otia caught almtlliiK rnpla f tha M'irnlhK Jnuiiuil (nun tha door way, of tuli.irllifira. JoiiitNAu rum.isiiiNa co. LOCAL NEWS OF INTEREST l orii iimI. Washington, Mutch 1, New Mex ico, West Texas, and Arlxomi Gen erally fulr Thursday ml Friday. Dr. Shadrnch: Eye. Knr. Now, Throat. J. E. I 'a vIm ot (iiillup, X, M , spent yesterday In the city, I.. S, (luxklll of Magilalcmi whm In tilt' city fur it few hours ycHlordny. Alliirncy Siiiiinii'ia llurkliiirt win In Sunlu Kc yvNtmluy on xupi i louit I'imlticss. W. It. l.a.MH' of thi' On lili iitnl tlfe limtirnnrr coinpiiny, Is In the (ty for a Miurt atny. Janic Kli'ly. nniftiT nictliunir lit l'lol, N. M., HUH HIHIIIItj iho Hill. J. V. Siha, HUpri'iiiti'iidcni of tin mtioolK In HitmlnVHl t'otinty, Hprnt yi'ftt-rdity In the rlly. V. M. Phillips of lh.. Ani.ihKi, l.liiohrl' coinpnny In Shw.vci' In a lius. nraii vlclior In th ntv. ' Miw Kilith lti'iictlilil li lt yesterday mnrnliiK !r her lioni In hiiulu Vv I niter a ylKlt in tlilx t-lly. ! "tin II inn of K:t!iitH City, tritvellim jHiulili.r of the News department, r"reii , Harvey nyMein, Id here for u few duy. I Henry llerpliide, inert hunt t lie lien, wiih In the i Ity yeMerdiiv. He ttim in i iinipanleil hy Walter l.eonanl. Mia. Noil llfelil, nivoliipiiiiled lij Mm. l.nnia lllelil, Ima one to Sonth iin t'allfm nlii to Mpeml iinie weekK. V. V", liriike, eollliei ted ith (h,. Mitiiifley I, ii m her compittiy ut HodKCH, I N". M., I upending mnerul duva In Hi" elly. 'I'he Iternallllo CoimlN Medieal a.i. j i i t liehl mi loteicftmir nieetliot ill I the t'oinnicrt lul iluli tuxl nluhl, Sev Aztec Fuel Company GALLUP STOVE COAL, $6.50 PER TON I HUM: 251 Int- I.-- . .... 1m DR. CH. CONNER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OSTEOPATH An Acnte and Cmnlo Diseases Treated. Office: Xtvrn Hutldlng. corner Foorib Hirtft and Central avenue. Tel. 2HS Tel. II French &Lowber Funeral Directors and Embaimers liady Assistant OOIl. BTH AVD CENTRAL. Office Plume Mo eral iieholarly papers were read mid extended dlMi un."lon followed the read ing of each paper. Juriice !' A. Mann has Konc to Santa Fe. where he will attend to biiKlnes before the supreme court. Mm. John Clark of 409 Went Iron iivrnu left yesterday for Santa re, N. M as delt'KHte of the local Itoyal Nt'ltihbord. There will be a called meeting of Triple Link Ividge. No. 10, frlday aft ernoon at 2:30. Business of Import aneo will he transncted. Herman Hchwelser, maniiKor of the Harvey curio department, hag re turned from a buMneim trip to Lo AliKelea and San Francisco. There will be a regular communica tion of Temple I.ndKe, No. 6, A. F. and A. M., this evening at 7:30. Hy order of the W. M., J. A. Miller, secretary Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Woodworth of AlamoM, N. M are visitors In the city. Mr. Woodworth Is a prominent mining- mun of that part of the terri tory. Owing to the accident which be- fellour Mr. A. E. Matthew, some of our customers In the HIkIiIiiihIh may have been missed and we would ask that they notify us. rhono 420. Matthew Dairy & Supply company. Charles K. DaKenelte of Denver, supervisor of employment for the In dlun service, was In the city yester day, uccompunlud by U L. Ode of Phoenix, assistant supervisor, whose territory covers New Mexico and Arizona. Suit to recover 1,28B.20 on a prom issory note, dated October 17, 1910, was (lied In the district court yester day by the Hunk of Commerce, thruuKh their attorneys, Mann & Venahle. It. I Haca and Mrs. M. H. liyrd of Sanlu Fo are the defendants. Mrs. Julia Miller, wife of John Mil ler, an engineer on the New York Central Killroad, n it Wed lust nlKht from Oswcko, N. Y and will be the Kiiest of Mrs. Mury C. Uliike of North 'ourth street for two months. Mrs. Miller was uccompanlctl by her son Ned, who will become a student nt the Central hltth school thla inornluK. Mrs. D. D. Hudson nnd daiiKhter, Miss Pauline Tressler, of Manltoii, olo who are spenditiK the winter In the southwest, arrived In the city exterdny from Santa Fe find will re main In Alliuiucriue for several weeks. Mrs. Hudson intercxled In dueatlonal work and siient it mouth hi tho Ancient City atudyiiiK condi tions there. The Woman's Missionary society of the Haptlst church will hold Its monthly missionary meeting with a missionary proKrnm of an hour, fol lowed by a social t"u at the home of Mrs. J. .1. Uunyaii, 415 South Walter ktreet, Thursday iiftcrnoon at 2:30 o'clock. The hostcKHes are Mrs. K. A. Field and Mrs. ltunyan. Ladles of the church are Invited. - Scott KiiIkIiI, AiKiioiicor. l'hone ilia. T Street Torn Up By Laying of Street Car Track Is Filled in; East Grand Avenue Graded, Street Conunii-iliiiier Martin S. Tlern",v has completed the work of filling In and grading Tljeras road from the Sanla Ke tracks to Kdlth street. The road was recently torn up when the street car track was laid. Another Improvement of note In the Highland) now being completed Is the grading ot (irand avenue from lCdKh street to High street, a distance of two blocks. The St. Joseph sani tarium and the First ward school are two- buildings which will lie much benefited by this work, both having entrances on Cnind avenue. Traffic can now move over Grand avenue from Kdlth, Walter nnd HIiHi street, tha Interstetloiis having been well H railed. The best snddle horses to be had in the city are at W. L. Trimble's, 113 North Second street; prone 3. If you need a rarncnicr, telephone IlcwMcMrn; phone 877. The Poll Tax for 1911 is now due and payable at Maloy's Grocery Store, 214 W. Central. Grace Hermann, Clerk, Board of Education. FOR RENT Two front store rooms In Com- menial Club building Vsnii 1. Inquire of Secretary. riltST AM' (illAMI'l, JERAS AVENUE IS GRADED CHICKEN BUSINESSiBOY THREATENS TO1! IS A FAILURE Two Negroes Who Began to Fill Poultry Orders on Ex tensive Scale Find It Hard and Unprofitable Work. The chicken business isn't what It Is cracked up to lie. This Is the de cision reached by It. L. Joceph and 11. It. Spikes, negroes, who are now In the county Jail after a brief ex perience in the poultry line. Joseph and Spikes were arrested Monday nlKht on a charge of stealing d"zen chickens from the New Mexico Meat company. The chickens were sold to downtown restaurants, being pur chased in good faith, it be I or- repre sented by the sellers that they were home Krown. lioth negroes are now languishing In the county jail, hav ing been sent over the road by Police Judge Craig. Joseph drew thirty days and a 20-dollar fine, which mcana fifty-five days altogether, and Spikes got thirty days. Joseph, It Is said, has no rival when It comes to lifting chickens. Spikes is merely a novice at the. business. Joseph furnished the brains und Spikes did the manual labor. The firm of Joseph & Spikes would have probably still been In existence hud it not been for the snow Monday night. While the men were lifting a few chickens from a hen housa near the city Jivil Monday night, the fowls began a clatter which attracted a po liceman. The negroes got away with the chickens, but were traced to their hiding place by the track they left in the snow. ' One of the negroes had sone to various restaurants In town. It is said, and taken orders for future delivery, evidently being firmly of the opinion that he and his pal could deliver the hens on the day promised, . F Mesdames Elder, Mills, Pope and Luna to Jaffa HI aVe COMMITTEE NAMED FOR RECEPTION 0 MRS. ROOSEVELT OharPP nf FntPllnimriPIlt nf Pronounced a fractured knee cap. w r JL . . 0TMntthow was taken to St. Joseph's vvue oi me toionei, The committee has been appointed to have charge of the arrangements for the entertainment of Mrs. Theo dore HnnBcvelt, Miss Roosevelt, and party, who will arrive in this city on the morning of March 15 from the east to join Colonel Roo.evclt here that evening. The committee Ih head ed by Mrs. John W. Elder, wife of the mayor, chairman: tho other mem bers being Ms. William J. Mills, wife of the governor; Mrs. Nathan Jaffa, wife of the territorial secretary; Mrs Solomon Luna, wife of the republican national committeeman for New Mexico; nnd Mrs. W. H. Pope, wife of the chief Justice of New Mexico. Tha function of this committee Is n rather Important one, as Mrs. Roose velt and party will spend the entire day here and every provision will be made for their comfort and entertain ment while in the city. The commit tee li splendidly chosen nnd assure the success of this part of the ar rangements on March 15. VTi:il TAX Di li AND PAY Alil.K AT OIWE Ol'' WATKIl CO., 219 V. (JOI.D. NOTED OIL EXPERT IN THE CITY John Fox, Eminent Geologist of Pennsylvania, Here to Look Into New Mexico Oil and Gas Fields, For the purpose of examining the oil and gas fields In tho vicinity of Algodones, north of Alhuueriuo. John Fox, a noted oil expert, arrived In the city yesterday and w ill remain here indefinitely. Mr. Fox ha been retained hy the Southwestern Oil & (!as company, of this city, to' look over !( holdings near Algodon'-s and lo cate wells, utilte a few years ago Mr. Fox paid a visit to Albiuiueriiue and ent over the Algodones field, making a full report of his examinations. The Southwestern company is pre paring to develop its Alogodoncs prop erties extensively and Mr. Fox will leave for the fields within a. few days to go into the situation exhaustively. Mr. Fox has been very successful In oil examinations In Pennsylvania and Is one of the best known oil men in that state. John W. Slcklesmlth, Greensboro, Pa has three children, and like most children they frequently take, cold. "We have tried several kinds of cough medicine," he says, "but have never found any yet that did them as much good in Chamberlain' Cough Rem edy." For sale by all dealers. Stylish horses and buggies fur. nlshed on short notice by W. I. Trimble Co., Ill North Second street. Phone I. WANTF-n. Nurse maid. Apply avenue. 708 Copper iAHtky Koofs Made kxmhI a new With Hurradnllc'a Paint. SCALP SISTERS Ramon Garcia Runs Amuck With a Hatchet and Does Indian Warwhoop Stunt With Great Success, With a whoop, a series of whoops, .that set the neighborhood Into a high tate of excitement, Ramon Garcia, of 1010 East street yesterday after noon ran amuck with a hatchet in his hand and threatened to scalp his two sisters, who live with htm. rinreta (chased the girls around the house sev eral times, it is said, delivering genu ine war-whoops at every step. The girls finally escaped to a neighbor'! house, from which place they tele phoned to the police station for as sistance. Policeman "Pablo Lujan rushed to the scene In the police pa trol and gathored Ramon, hatchet and all, into custody. Ramon was intoxi cated at the time of the trouble. His sisters declared they would appear against him in police court at nine o'clock this morning. Boys Throw Snow Balls and Frighten Team Which Results : in Albert E. Matthew Sus taining Broken Knee Cap, Attempting to control his team, I which had been frightened by a band of boys pelting snow-balls at the wag on, Albert E. Matthew, a milk man, was thrown from the wagon seat to the ground, at noon yesterday, and sustained a broken knee cap. The ac cident happened on the Highlands. Hoys going home from school to lunch were throwing snow balls at pedestri ans and persons driving In the streets. The milk wagon, owned by the Mat thew dairy company, hove In sight and became a target for the boys. The snow balls frightened the horses and Matthew, who is a brother of J. E. Matthew, fell to the ground lie was untune io rise ana wnen an amouiance and Burgeon arrived, the Injury was hospital. The Injury is quite a aerl ous one, nnd ono of the most painful fractures that can be sustained. Indications Are That Fair Weather Will Be Handed Out for Few Days; Sky Bright Overhead Yesterday, Hut a few1 dark clouds were to be seen In the heavens yesterday, and the sun shone brightly for the most part of the day, Indicating that the .rough weather prevalent for the past several days is ancient history. Tho rain, snow and sleet which fell during the spell of "weather" Is worth, It is said, a million dollars to the territory. And for this reason, some of the stock men and sheep growers have dubbed It the "million dollar rain." Yesterday, In all probablhty, saw the last of the snow balls and today there will remain only the "sloppy" condition of the streets and ground to remind one of the storm. Plans for Second Annual Poul try Show to be Discussed Among Other Important Mat ters at the Commercial Club, Secretary II. John Rueb announces an Important meeting of the New Mexico Poultry nnd Pet Stuck associa tion, to be held In the Commercial club building Monday night, March 14. There will be business of import ance to all chicken breeders, Includ ing the discussion of plans for the second annual poultry show in con nection with the New Mexico annual fair next fall. Among other things there will be the election of vice presl. dents of tho association In tho vari ous counties. All persons Interested In poultry and pet stock raising, In ad dition to present members of the as sociation, are urged to attend. A C.Xn IWFSTMF.XT. C. H. Klrkpntrlck, of Mogollon. N. M.. writes that he has property in thnt great gold and silver camp for sale which Is paying twenty-one per cent on the Investment. Pretty good. 5 H.-r. Twin Cylinder Indian Mo torcycle? A-l condition; run a short time; can be bad at a bar Rain. 1103 South flroadway. . We board and care for horses. The best of care guaranteed. W. I Trimble Co., 11 J North Second St. Sanitary Plumbing and Heating Co., Phone 119. DRIVER 0 DAIRY WAGON INJURED SUNSHINE BREAKS TRROUCR CLOUDS POULTRY FANCIERS MEET MARCH Our SiHinif Unco of merchandise are arriving daily and we wish to call at tention to a siKfial i"e of Kluo Serge Suits at $16.50 and $18.00 New lines of Spring Shirts, plaited and soft bosoms, (all the new effects), are Hie best ever. $125 to $2.50, in Cluctt and Eagle makes Don't forget the Sox we are selling at 2 Pairs for 25 Cents This Hue of Hosiery sells regtilurly at 25c per pair. SIMON STERN HARDWOOD LUMBERS FOR FINISH AND CAIINET WORK-CLEAR AND SEASONED SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILlTo. ENTERTAINMENT 01 DH10ANSTQNIGHT The Cleveland Conceit Com pany to Appear in Elks' Theater This Evening Under Auspices of Santa Fe Road, George A. Bellamy, lecturer; Vivl- 'an Marks, Impersonator; Frank E. Workman, baritone, and Holen Work mun, accompanist, comprising the Cleveland Concert and Entertainment company, of the state of Ohio, will en tertain the Santa Fe employes and their friends In the Elks' theater this evening. The attraction comes to Albuquer que warmly recommended hy Mr. jHusser, superintendent of Santa Fe imiuing rouins. nr. neuaniy, lie lec turer, is a man who has pulled him self up by his own boot straps; a man who, as Mr. Husser says, "has gone and done It," and knows what he Is talking about. The lecture will not be a cut and dried affair, by any manner of means, but will be bright and snappy nnd full of interesting things, with a few laughs thrown in to keep things going. Miss Marks, tne reaacr and impersonator. Is one of the best elocutionists in the coun try. Although Miss Marks will have to work hard to beat some of the Im personators who have appeared at Santa Fe attractions during the sea son, those who have heard her. say she is a real stellar light. The work mans are a happy combination, Mr. Workman being a splendid singer, and Miss Workman an accompanist of rare ability. The usual regulations will obtain tonight. The entertainment will be gin promptly at 8:30 and holders of reserved seats who are not seated by 8:25 will forfeit their rights. Attorneys Will Have Accurate Information Regarding Vari ous Law Libraries When List Is Completed, A list of the law books contained In the libraries of the law offices In Albuquerque Is being prepared under the direction of the Hernalillo County Har association, which, when com pleted, will be almost invaluable to local attorneys. There are about r,.f,L ui..i. .... . .. .v.. Kui nuuiiu'ia in Ainuqiierqiie, """i oi wnnm nave law I brarirs several of them being quite extensive. as is well known, attorneys burrnu books from each other quite exten sively. The catalogue which l wing maue up win give the title of AUCTION LAW BOOKS WILL BE CATALOGUED Thursday, March 9th, at 2 p. m. I will sell at public auction the elegant fur nishings at ltl N. High street, con sisting In part as follows: Three ele gant rugs, 9x12, Axmlnster hrussels. practically pew; Iron beds, fine rock ers, turned oak dlnlng-tabl with leather upholstered chairs to match, linen table cloths, two elegant dress ers, good range, cooking utensils, siflendld dishes, large refrigerator, practically new drop-head sewing ma chine, with many other things. Let no one miss this sale. J. M. SOLLIE, Al'CTIONEEIl, K The Central Ave. Clothier M4 all reports and text books in the city, and an attorney In need of a special work will, by consulting the cata. logue, be informed as to whether anr attorney In. town has such a book In his library. Efforts will be made In the near future to obtain complete sets of the various reports, by communicating with publishing concerns, and a- changing books of which there an duplicates in Albuquerque. When you have rheumatism in your foot or Instep apply Chamberlain'! Liniment and you will get quick relief, It coBts but a quarter. Why suffer? For sale by all dealers. Ladies' day. Gem today. Ilritlsh Admiral Drops Dead. Portsmouth, Eng., March 1. Ad miral Sir Asheton Gire Cunson-Uowi!, commander In chief at Portsmoii'h, was stricken with paralysis this morn' ing and died this evening. Pay your poll ta now. Ferry's seeds are ilie world's hdil Catalogues free. For sale by Tbe I Itlltncr company. 117 Fast Tljeras, New Wash Fabrics A special exhibit showing, the many new fabrics and colon for spring will bo on display this week In our wash goods section. There Is the on thiisiasm of spring about view ing the soft coloring In dainty fabrics. Many ci.joy looking over summer wash toods, ii"t once but tnany t linos. It help to form Ideas m to how you want your summer (IrcsNM made. For afternoon tho French Voiles Dimities, Organdies, llatlhtes, and l .g.vptian Tissues tire shown. For Tub Dresses For the Tub Dresses we nre showing colored and while linens and Mneiics, Zephyr and St(ii Ginghams, Cotton Voile" nnd Domestic Tissues. All of these fabrics are niado for hard service jet they uro appro priate for street wear. WAife Fabrics The white good show ins cm braces many lines from the soft Khcor Lingerie iniihllns t the heavier fabrics such S linens of wiilcli wo carry M extensive line from tho very finest handkerchief linen to t'' extra heavy 90 Inch linen slutt ing. FERGUSON AND.... COLLISTER ALBUQUERQUE'S DRY goods suor.