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" 1 THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, 1 911 t GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY I XEW MEXICO'S FIOXFKR JIWIXKRS I W.l.l, lnn4in I..T katlt I Hllll I Oal lillCS. Fill WSUU R. t pairing nd X the Anrn front CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Store, Ranjre, House rnrnliddiig Cood. Cutlery, ThK Iron IMpe, Valve and Fittings, Plumbing, HtaUng, Tlu and Conner Work. 118 W. CtMIUL AVE. TELEWIOXE lt. USE GOLD i; STRAWBERRIES jj i are now coming direct Z Z from the growers on this i side of Los Angeles and j J: therefore are as fresh as !l i; it is possible to get them ;: ! ' from California. Per box ' - 12 Vac .Ward's Store! HUMI.lt II. WARD, Mgr. 319 Marble Ave. Dione SOa. MATTHEW'S i Sets the standard for abiolute purity, as well as delicious flavor. la tint on being served, with Matthewi' only. J 1'IIUNIS 420. CHARLES ILF Wholesalers of Everything i-AS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA 2 i Dress Well and You Will Feel and Work Well By dressing well we mean dress like a modern American gentleman. But to do it you need not pay a fictitious price to a tailor. STEIN-B LOCH SMART CLOTHES will take care of you, and fit you. SUITS $18 to $40 Try them on at our store. A pleasure. E. L. WASHBURN CO. Albuquerque N. M. New THREADGILL Amerlean Plan. 319 W II Tit FIRST ST. Kikimw Hllll or Mil boot tin lb. by day, tveek or month, bttc, l a liny. Fiigrsvlng. I m si:oond st. j. COIN FLOUR WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractor. Figures and workmanship couat. Wt guarantee more for your money than any other contracting firm In Albu querque. Office at tha Superior Planlnr Mill. I'hone 177. Standard Plumbing & Heating COM PANT 411 West Central Avenoa. rronipt and Careful Attention to All Orders. TTCLFTHONE !. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS vo Poll Tax is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. Ilulr DrcHKlnff. Manicuring. MRS. CHAS. II. CLAY 116 8. Fourth St. Albuquerque, N. M. Combings Rludo Vp. Scalp Treatment. ICE CREAM i Strong Brothers Undertakers and Embalmers. Prompt Service Day or Night. Telephone 7C. Residence COS. Strong Ulk., Copper and Second In the avant that ymt should! not rmi.lv your innrnlni papnr tal.phuna 111. POSTAL TKI.1CUUAIMI CO. glv ln( your nam and addmaa and ilia pup.r will la dallvar.tl by a apaotal moHitngar, Tha tal.phona Is No. It. $11.00 KKVIU 5 00. Tha abova raward will ha paid fur tha arraat aud conviction of anr ona rausht aiaallnf eilaa of tha Morning Jiiurnnl from tba door ways of sutrrllrra, jouhnal ruui.iainNa ca LOCAL OF INTEREST THE WICATHFJV, For the twenty-four hours ending at fl o'clock yesterday afternoon. Maximum temperature, 69; mliil miini, 4(1; rnttRo, 23; trinperiiture Ht 8 o'clock, 62; Bouthwesterly wIihIh; 1'iirtly cloudy; prcelpltittlon, .06. ' WEATHER FORECAST. Now Mexico Showers Wednesday: except fnlr In extreme, west portion; Tlmrtdtiy fair south, "hovers north portion. West Texas showers Wednesday; Thursday generally fair Arizona Fair Wednesday, show ers and cooler nt nlht or Thursday north portion; fair ont. Dr. Schwentker, O-Kialh, Phone 717 W, p, Metialf returned from a SPRINGER TRANSFER COMPANY HANDLE PIANOS Carefully E PORCH, WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. A2tec Fuel GALLUP STOVE COAL, $6.50 PER TON rilONC Ml DR. CH. CONNER PHTSIC1AV AND SCRGCOX OSTEOPATH All Aratr and Cmnlc IMnrMM Tinted. Office: Mru Building;, corner Fomrth street and Central venae. Tel. 281 TeL 1H French &Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lsdy AaslsUnl COn. BTH AND CENTaiL Offlrw, Phone MO University of New Mexico Albuquerque, X. M. SUMMER SCHOOL, 1911. Six weeks, June Eth to July 14th. Principal subjects offered: Oenej-al History, English Lit erature, Physics. Chemistry, Zoology, Classics, Modern Lan guages. Special courses for High School Instructors. Vocal and Instrumental mu sic. Fee for the course: Five dollar (exclusive of laboratory fees). Circular of Information on application to the Registrar of the University. FOH It EXT. Attractive and artistic tent bungn lows, completely furnished for house keeping. Beautiful surroundings, healthful climate. Williamson Ranch and Htore Co., Giorluta, N, M. Week'a sojourn at his ranch at Te ireque. J. J. Hamilton, drugglat at the ror ner of Third street and Atlantic ave nue, haa purchased thrf, Tiouaes nnd four lots at the corner of Third street and Muzcldine avenue for $3,000. tr. Charles Wheelon. and wife re turned to their homo In' Santa Fe to day nfter a two dnys stay In the city In which they were the guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Conner. Wnlle here Dr. Wheelon was In attendance nt a mooting of the Hoard of Osteopathy Jn the offlce of Dr. Connor. During tho session Dr. J. T, Larnbee was granted a license to practice osteo pathy In the territory. The board will jneet next September In Santa Fe. Mrs. R. K. Hynd, of x Madrid, Is spending a few days In the city. Mrs. H. Blbo, of Who, N. M., arrived yesterday for a brief stay In Albu querque. Torey Aragon, sheep man of Mag delenn, was among tho arrivals yes terday. fare. Phil Zlmmur, wife of one of tho well known cltlrens of San Aen clo, N. M., Is a visitor In the city. C. C, Murray, receiver for the New Mexico Central railroad, arrived In this city yeslerduy from Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Pike of Denver, are In the city visiting tho brother of Mr. 1'lke, who Is manager of the lo cal branch of the Texas Oil company. C. II. Smith, C. Q. Smith and K. J. Reeve made up a party Of eastern cnpltnllsts. who arrived yesterday I Special Bargains for t Is Three Days RIG IjIXE J.!U)IXIERES.23o scri:ex DOOR SPIUXGS. 5o ! I SPRING HINGES, rAIR...10c ' grev exa.mi:m;i CtPS. Be " DOG (X)IXARS. . . . 15c and 25c ; CX).T HANGERS, cneh.... 5o ROLLER 8KATF.S, PAIR..45o COLLAR SCPIHIRTERS . . . 5 SHOE STRINGS, docrn. . . .10c t SAFICTY PIN'S, 2 dozen... . Be HOOKS AND EYES, 2 cards 5c X RONE COLLAR RITTONS doen Be THE LEADER i I 5c, 10c and 15c Store J MAIL ORDERS FIU.ED 309-311 V. tTATRAIj AVE. Company aitsT AND GRAN I M An Sale of Men's Suits We have picked out a very fine assortment of Men's Spring Suits to be placed on special sale for one week only. The sale price is con siderably lower than the original worth and the showing consists of the very latest grays, browns, etc., made in the newest styles. For one, week only, your choice. omnmM, i.iiii..li,iM.Tlf.Me V from Pittsburg and are stopping at the Alvarado tot a few days. .. . There will be & regular meeting of the Woman' Relief Corps this after-1 noon nt 2:80 In the A. O. U. W. hall. Hy order pf the president, J. Oerald lne Mulligan, secretary. R. L. Hlxelow, who has conducted the Arlington rooming house and a real estate business In hls city, has sold out and left last night for Okla homa, where he will reside. It la aked that as many of the peo ple of Albuquerque who are Interest ed In better athletics at the university attend the assembly at Rodney hall tomorrow morning at 10:55 to hear the new coach, Mr. Hutchinson, speak on "College Athletics." Every friend of the varsity ought to hear this talk, for It will be an "cnthuser." A. H. HoniU, president of the Van adium Mines company, operating the Wg oMlde plant at Cutter, N. M., ar rived here on the California limited from Pittsburg yesterduy en route to Cutter. Mr. Honltz was met here by Howard Pulllam , representing the Canadian Interests, who has spent the past several months making exhaust ive investigations of mining properties In New Mexico and Arizona. William Watson, record clerk of the superintendent's, office at San Marclal, was In the city on business yesterday. Adam Thompson general superin tendent of the Texas Wthulltic Com pany was In the city yesterday on business. The following automobile licenses have been Issued out of the office of City Clerk McManus lately: S. M. f'orterllcld number 121, and The Slmplo Oil Engine Company number 122. A. O. Ware, associate district for ester with headquarters In this city, returned yesterday from an inspec tion trip over the various forests In District 3, which has its headquarters In this city. The Knights Templar are to have tbe sermon preached to them on Has tor Sunday by the Archdeacon Warren printed in pamphlet form and distributed to every Knight Temp lar and 32 degree Mason In New Mexico. A ncpeclal meeting of tho Royal Neighbors will be held In the I. O. O. F. hall at 3 p. m. this afternoon to consider a change In the regular meeting place of the order. All Roy nl Neighbors are requested to be present. This meeting will be held In tho library room. There will be a men's meeting In the Congregational church tonight at 8 o'clock, to which all men Interest ed In the work of the Congregational church are Invited. There will be Interesting talks made and llsht re freshments served". The invitation Is extended to all to come and bring a friend. '. ln't rail tontiMl tlie Welvart Millinery Sale ,on Pattern nnd Trlnt mel llau one-llilrd and one-fourth off regular prices. m - - If yon neM ft rarproter, telephone Hemclden! plione 111. , , DE OF I Gold Avenue Landmark Brings $8,100 at Special Master's Sale; Proceeds to Satisfy Claims Against Crary Estate, Yesterday afternoon Judge Abbott, sitting In chambers, approved the re ports of the sale of real property of two special masters. The first was the report of Special Master Anastaslo Montoya, who was instructed to sell the property of the heirs of James P. Mitchell Lilly Mitchell and Lilian Mitchell, a minor to satisfy an en cubrance existing on the estate. This was done by private sale. In which certain real estate was disposed of for the sum of $510. The report requested that the court issue the necessary orders to allow of the disbursement or tha mnni.. "'UMV JO V,, the said encumbrances according to me instructions given at the time of the appointment of the special mas ter. The Instructions asked were given. The s-cond report was that of Har old B. Jamison, who was appointed a special master to sell certain property 01 iinie urunn, Urlffln and others, neirs or tne late Hattle E. Crary de ceased. in tnis case Mrs. Nancy S. Bes wick, the administratrix of tha estate Of the late Hattle E. Crary, purchased irom me special master at a private tale conducted according to law and me instructions of the court the house and property on Gold avenue mown n9 me uasa de Oro for the cum of $8100. The sale was consummated on Monday, the reuort filed nnrt a nnrnv. ed yesterday, and, the special master instructed to apply the money re ceived from the sale to the encum brances on the estate of the late Hat tie E. Crary, and to satisfy the costs of the proceeding and then to return whatever may be left of tha amount to tho heirs. RANK OF COMMERCE FILES SI IT FOR $800 XOTE The Bank of Commerce of this city, through Its attorney, A. A. Sedillo, yesterday filed suit against Carlos Aragon for $800, with interest, at torney fees and costs of suit. It la, alleged In the petition that the defendant borrowed from the plaintiff bank the sum of $800 on six months time some months back and that what haa been paid on the debt is $40 in terest on the note. That after re peated attempts to collect the note to no avail, recourse to the courts has been forced upon tho plaintiffs. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad 0t laloy's I Strawberries every morn ing, 2 boxes for 25c Phone us when you are ready to preserve berries. J Cucumbers, each 10c Extra fine Texas Green Beans, lb. 15c Florida Tomatoes, lb. 15c Club House Sweet Pota toes, 20c can, 2 for 35c They 'are really fine ready to heat and serve. Try them. Club House Okra, large can 25c For making gumbo, etc., it does as well as fresh okra and is less trouble and expense. i A. J. Maloy PHONE 72 Constipation brings many ailments In Its train and Is the primary cause of much sickness. Keep your bow els regular madam, and you will es cape many of the ailments to which women are subject Constipation la a very simple thing, but like many simple things. It may lend to serious consequences. Nature often needs a little assistance and when Chamber lain's Tablets are given at the first In dication, much distress and suffering may be avoided. Sold by all dealers. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad SOLD ORDER DISTHGT W NOTED JESDITES 10 SPEAK HERE Mission Retreat at Church of Immaculate Conception Is Marked By Presence of Able . Pulpit Orators, Closely following the announcement' and preparation for the first annual Mission retreat at the 1 Immaculate Conception church comes the query from many "What Is . a Mission?" For the benefit of those who, having never attended a mission, have but the vaguest Idea as to what it is the appended brief outline will doubtless prove of interest. It is a special sea son when holy men, who have been trained to the work by long years of study and prayer, come to the parish In order to recall the people to a bet ter sense of their relationship with God, It Is a time of especial graces. The people of the parish during the time of a mission are expected to make the consideration of the affairs of their salvation a matter of first Importance, allowing nothing to Inter fere with attendance at the exercise or with the spending of some time dally in prayer and meditation. The mission to be held here beginning with High Mass Sunday May 7 and ending Sunday evening May 21 will be conducted) by two well known Jesuit missioners both of whom have given years of their life to the work Rev. Thomas A. O'Malley S. J. and Rev. Charles Jansen S. J. are earnest men and both pulpit orators o merit. That they will attract the attention of the local public during their stay In the city is assured. It Is not to be understood that this bisslon is strictly for the benefit of the parishioners, for an open and cordial invitation fs extended the public at large, and It is hoped that -many non-Catholics will attend the services. The services the first week will be conducted under the auspices of the Married Ladies Sodal lty and the second under the direction of the Knights of Columbus, Albuqu que Council G41, Y ENTERED IN SILVER CITY With War oh the Border, Jus tice Hands Out Stiff Dose to Woulcl-Be Robbers of the National Guard, Special CorreapondMiea to Morning Journal) Silver City, N. M., April 25. The armory of Capt. 'Penny's company, New Mexico . national guard, was broken into Sunday morning. Three young men were arretted and ar raigned before Justice Newcomb. who fined one $15 and costs, one $25 and costs and the other, a member of the company, $25 and costs and thir ty days in Jail. With war on the bor der Justice Newcomb will stand no monkey business with the armory in this city. The young men are wiser, but sadder men Just now. Don't fall to attend tho Welvart Millinery Sale on Pnttoni and Trlnii jned Hats ono-thlrd and one-fourth off regular prices. The best saddle horses to he had In the city are at W. L. Trimble's, 113 North Second street; pron I, We board and care for nonet. The beat of care guaranteed. W. L. Trimble A Co., lit North Second St Leaky Roofs Blade fcood as new With Rorradnlle's Paint Notice to! the Tax Payers Road tax for the year j 1911 is now due and (jajauii, at v. n. mcudUll a Book Store. Also the delinquent tax for z the year 1910 is payable f at the treasurer's office at I the Court House. AMR NE important fact about Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes is that you're sure, when you buy them, that you get the latest and most correct styles, Come and see them SIMON STERN Tlie Central Avenuj Clot!iier The home of Hart Sch:iffn?r & Marx Clot les esetaa,. ! BE YOUR OWN I LANDLORD The Mutual Ruilding & Loan Association (A. E. Walker, Sec retary) has abundant capital to loan on Albuquerque real estate and will enable you to own your lmmo In a few years If you H pay ycur liouse rent to your self Instead of to the landlord. II BE Prominent Workers to Tour New Mexico in Summer; WiJJ Hold Meeting Here in May, Secretary P. W. Longfellow of tbi New Mexico Baptist convention, an nounces a missionary tour for tht month of May during which rallia will be held at Raton, Las Vegas, To cumcarl, Vaughn and other placet the meeting here to be held Wedne day and Thursday, after the second Sunday In May. The prominent workers to take the tour will Include Bruce Kinney of Topeka, western sec retary for the Home Mission soclcti: Joe Jacobs, secretary of the colpert- age work in the west; Dr. Clark, ani others. , SPECIAL For Three Days For Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, we will offer, as an extra special -to our numerous patrons, an assortment of 35 styles of a double printed 'curtain scrim, fuil 36 inches wide at 19c a yard SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Curtain Nets The values we offer in Curtain Nets are of prime importance to our custo mers because of the num be of designs and the reasonableness of pricei fortunate purchases en able us to offer matchless values, from 15c the yard and up a yard, Ti itosviliv ' V'aughre j "f . Roswf --LS0P. U te foS t riOUO j ...llpp-j COLt iXUVQCERQ . UOODS 0 BAPTIST RALLIES D Ion 7TFI? M I I II tTT9 " JllOP. to, to I 111 fui lis PUl .11 Mb.