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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, MAY 8, 191 1.
GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY srw MEXICO'S moi:i:k ji wiXLits Wsloh Inspectors for Saul Fe ami (nn Line. Flue Watch Re pairing awl lJipraYlng. the arcti front its s. eecoxd st. CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Store lUngeo, llae Furnishing ttnmta, Cutlery. Tools, Iron Pipe, ValTM bimI Hit I lit.'". Plumbing. Heating, 'Jin ami Oipiwr Work. SIS W. CENTIUIi AVE. TIOJLTIIOSE III. USE GOLD COIN FLOUR WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK THE BEST POTATO CHIPS we have ever been able to i find factory made. May t we send you a sample? A phone will bring it. Ward's Store i UOMKH H. WARD, Mgr. SIS Marble Ate. Hione SOU. a a MATTHEW'S ICE CREAM Si'U the atandurd for absolute purity, a well at delicious flavor. In sist un being served with Matthew' only. rilOMi 420. CHARLES ILFE Wholesalers of Everything IAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA New THREADGILL American 1 'I ii it. 3I MHTH I'lltST ST. Itoonm with or without lint Ii. Iy day, week or month, 60 7 Tic, I a ilay. If Your feet Could Talk they would demand com fort. Our low cut shoes fcr summer are cool, slylisn and comfortable. Stetson's $5 the pair, Walk-Overs and $4.50 the pair. t , IN OUR SECOND STREET WINDOWS E. L. WASHBURN CO. Albuquerque N.M. 122 S. Snd. 119 W. Gold. c WALLACE HESSELDEN ftaneral Oontrartor. Figure and workmamhlp couat Wt guarantee mora for your money than any other contracting firm In Albu querque. Offlc at th Buperlor Planlnf MUL rhone 177. Standard Plumbing & Heating COMPAN all Xfmt Cwitral Arena. Prompt and Cartful Alton tl on to All Order. TEtETIIONE t. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Poll Tax is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. $12. SO x-r ion for tlm best well ciiml nlfulfu. rv r solil In Alhuipicr. ii(. Delivered to any purl of the I'lty. K. W. l'o. l-lioim to. 212-211-216 West JThiI Avenue. If Ton nerd a rarnentnr. telcahone. Dmn phone 71. Strong Brothers Undertaker and Embalmors. Prompt Bervlce Day or Night. Telephone 76. Residence t!6. Strong ltlk., CiBar and Second la tb er.nt that yna thnuld not receive your morning paper tl. phone the PORTAL TBI.kllKAfll (XI. l In four iivm end alilra end the paper will be delivered br e eitenlal w.u.Di.r. Tae telephone le No. II. HEWARIt as.. Tbe ebu.e remerd will be paid for the arreat and enntrlullon u( any nne naught etealln eopl.e uf the Moraine Journal (rum tbe 4oor waya of Bulteerlbfre. JOUHNAL ruBLlHHlNO CO. LOCAL HEWS OF INTEREST Till' WEATIM.It. For tho twenty-four hours ending at o'clock yesterday afternoon. Maximum lenipeiututc, ''; mini- I in ii in. 52; range, 30; temperature at ti o'clock, 6!'; southerly winds; partly cloudy. I'orornM. Washington, May 7. New Mexico Fair in south; local ralus la iiuilli! Mondiiy; Tuesday fair. j Anniiiia and Went Texas I'ulr Mon-1 day and Tuesday. j lr. 8 hentkcr, Ohteiqialb, Phone 717 ; Horn In Mr. and Mis. H. i. Camp-! lu ll of West I'.oma avenue, early this1 morning, u son. .Mr. uud Mrs. F, V. Laotian, of Fort i Woith, Tikmn, imve arrived In ihin : SPRINGER TRANSFER COMPANY HANDLE PIANOS Carefully LD CO. PORCH, WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL t All Ifiwno nc irniTcniKi rno pfDrrm winm 4 nuu uiiiujui iiih i L-ti i; SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. ii e Aztec Fuel Company GALLUP STOVE COAL, $6.50 PER TON rnoM in .... .. DR. C H. CONNER OSTEOPATH T1 Acute ami Cmnlo DlMce- Tmtod. Office: burn Building, comer Fuartta street and Central arenas. Tri. 281 TeL 11 French &Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers I Ad 7 Awtntant COR. STII AVI) CENTRAL. Office) I'honf- AM "3 University of New Mexico Albuquerque, N. M. SUMMER SCHOOL, 1911. Rlx week, Jun 6th to July 14th. Principal subjects offered: General H!tory, English Lit erature, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Classic, Modern Lan guages. Special course for High School Instructors. Vocal and Instrumental mu sic. Fee for the course: Five dollars (exclusive of laboratory fees). Circular of Information on application to the Registrar of the University. city to make Albuquerque their home nnd ore occupying the Frledberg res idence at 615 W. Tijern. Mm. Frledberg will Irave In a few ilny for a throe month's stay In the east. The Brotherhood of American Yoe mon will meet tonight In regular ses sion at 8 o'clork In the A. O. IT. W. hull. All members are request . to be present as there are several ap plicants to lie Initiated. The Hernallllo liur association will meet tonlsht at 8 o'cloc k in the com mercial club, for Its leKiilar monthly meeting. Francis E. Wood will rend H paper on "ICxpert Testimony," which will bo followed by, general dis cussion of the hubjecl. Altciiilon Slirlnciv. ItPKiilar meeting of Ilallut Abyad Temple this evening at 8 p. rn. This Is the luBt meeting before the Ceremon ial Ket'slon and a full attendance In Im perative. Visiting nobles cordially welcomed. C. O. CCSHMAN. Potentate. DEATHS AND FUNERALS k uoi'Qru i im;hu Veslerdny afternoon was held the, funeral of Mr. William A. Ijittociiic, who pashtd nway Friday night. Mr. Lnltocque iittiK! here for his health more than three years ago, having lived at C'olwood, O. Ho leaves a wlfo and one daughter, aged two and nun-half years, to mourn his loss. Kirvlce were held In the chapel of French & Ifiwber, by Harmony bulge, I. O. (). V., interment being made In the Odd Fellows plot in Falrvlow cemetery. The best saddle horses to ba had In the city ara at W. U Trimble's, 111 North 8econd street; pron I. THE LEADER 5,10c and 15c Store IiiiMirld ( lilujt Sugar and t'rcHin, di-coralcd, set....30o Engraviil Talilo TiimhlerH, (bin new pattern, (I for...3."o I jicrilMcd White ami Gold Imporlil ( lilntt I'lutcs, all hli-s worth up to 7."o each, iwtra he'lal, rncli. .2.m! Tea Mraliicrt, Ilk- kind.... 5c I.ngc Colonial Glass Water I'ltcliort, 5c ones, for. . . . 15o Hack Saw and Frumo 2."io Carenl r' Sle'l CIiImcIs, nil sixes, for .1 days S.'ic AslK'htiw iNivcred Shirt Wnlsl Irons, nickel plated 35c lHniicr Set, l7 pietM-s, decor lileil, I'ompletc, for ....$0.15 Mcl.cl plated Tra. wich. . . Itk! THE LEADER 5cf 10c and 15c Store MAIL OltDFUS FILLED PKOMPTLY. 80K-S1I W. CFA'TIIAL AVE. iml. run ounLC.it unr. flltST AM tillVMTI Practical footwear For the Little folks We pride ourselves on our careful and studied selec tion of children's shoes. We know, that little feet need room to grow in; we know that little feet go through ordinary shoes in short order. We also, know that most mothers arc particular in the dressing of little feet. Hence, we have as sembled the most service able makes, the most desirable leathers and the nobbiest styles to be pro cured alls for the most reasonable' prices. 5 Wear a Flower for Mother's Sake To honor the best Mothef who ever lived your own. That It the purpos? of Mothers' Day. SUNDAY, MAY 14 A white flower for Mother's memory. A bright flower for Mothers living. We shall be prepared Saturday, May 13, and Sunday, May 14, with a large assortment of fine fresh flowers, appropriate for Mothers' day, offered at our usual moderate price. All cus tomers served promptly. Special rates to Sunday Schools, Lodges, etc. . BYRON H. IVES, Florist, Cor. Santa Fe Ave. & S. 4th. i ; fiend Mother a Bouquet on Mothers' Day. We have corres ! undents to deliver flowers fres-.h anywhere In the United State. 0 CONCERT GOMPANY PLEASES E Entertainment Last Night at Elks' Theater One of Best of Excellent Series By Santa Fe Reading Room Association, I There is much poetic hyberbole written about musical effort, but In tho cuso of the Clltbero Concert com pany, which, showed in Klks. theater t thn binuest houses of tho "ason, ' high flown pi tine Is entirely unnecessary and w.mui prove but superfluous. Seven girls of vary ing degrees of sine and age to he sure none wero.old nn,, wor young and prutty made up the per sonnel of this fcplcndid musical a(t gregatlon and by their artistic tmH vldual work formed collectively a hlch Is genuinely fine. In the vocal and instrumental work with the several Instrument ii... ..I..,., ti l mutinies ofmude melody, harmony and rhythm were uriuii, iiv voiollfled nnd to the en tire satisfaction of the large audience who manifested their entnusiasm in gorgeous fashion distributing the applause Impartially. Each of th performer was so good that It is al .,,.. i,,,...uuii,l to nick a favorite Mrs. t'lithero, the manager of the ,..,,....,. Mt rourn star nlnnUI. and a brilliant one at that, though Margaret Wood snared nonors as sne wna herself a pianist of no small ..ii iiiu. i Wood. A a iter former on the cello a splendid and EMM, II FEW TITLES OF PRESIDENTGRAY Santa Fe Paper Has Interesting Sketch of Ancestry and Achievements of Head of University, , 4i Dr. E. McQueen Gray, president of the University of Iiw i cxico, de livered his interesting lecture on "Macbeth" before a large and appre ciative audience ia Santa Fe Satur day night. The Santa Fe New Mexican has the following very interesting .Mfh of th local educator: I rtr r.nv ta noted scholar and will be well worth hearing. Born at Crof tonhlll, Lanarkshire. Scotland, July 29, 1854, he Is the member of a not .,t nnhle family. His father. Dunda McQueen, was the grandson of the twelfth Baron Gray. He was educat ed at Victoria Hall (Jersey) Upping ham school, and later attended the University of Heidelberg and the University of Jondon receiving A. B. M. A., and finally Ph. D.. In 1887. Dr. Gray ha traveled extensively In Europe, Egypt and South America, and has resided in New Mexico since 1893. He was made deacon of the Protestant Episcopal church In 1904, and was general missionary of the Pe cos valley from 1904-1907 his great learning and eloquence serving him to good purpose in the pulpit while his affability of manner made him many and warm friends. Dr. Gray was elected president of the Univer sity of New Mexico in 1909, and has served that institution with great xeal, building it up to the high standard H now enjoys. Ills Titles. Dr. Gray is a Chevalier Order Me rite .Agrlcola. France; Llbertador, Venezuela: Comoanion of tha Med- Jldle, Bth class, Egypt; Orfmanieh, 5th class, Turkey; chaplain of tne grana lodge and grand chapter of Masons of New Mexico. He is the foreign secretary of the National Irrigation congress, and his ability to read, wrlto and speak seven languages fluently make him eminently fit for this Important post. I An Author. Besides being a nobleman by birth and a "chevalier" by many decora .!,.., -on nf thn church and a president of a university. Dr. Gray 1 also an author. He has written the Oberammergau Passion Play (1880) A dictionary of continental transpor tation (1881). The Sight Translation Drawing (1888), The Sight Transla Hon series written In German "with Its clause long" and in Greek 'the ex act language" (1883. His novels are Ronald Graeme (1885), KHsa (1891), My Stewardship, The Stepsisters, 1892). He has also written pamph lets and poems, etc. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad her vlollncello effects some of the prettiest work rendered. The reader, Miss Elsie Brown, was charming, be ing absolutely natural In manner and a born expressionist. Another favor ite was Pauline Engleman. who Is a finished violinist, and who was re peatedly encored. Some little com motion was caused at her last encore by the disappearance of the accom panist who had vanished Into the audience not expecting to be recalled. Last, but not least, among the ar tists, who are members of this con cert company Is Miss Tiessle Engle man, who has a rich contralto voice, which was heard to excellent advan tage In "Fierce Flame are Flying," from II Travatore. The program rendered was as fol lows: Orchestral Trio Bohemian Girl (Italfe), Mrs. Cllthero, Misses Hester and Lois Wood. Violin Solo Mamirka (Musln), Miss Pauline Engleman. Reading Selected, . Miss Elsie Brown. , Capricloso Brlllianto Two pianos (Mendelssohn), Mrs. Cllthero and Margaret Wood. with, orchestra ac companiment, , . , . j , ' 'Cello Solo Evening Star (Wag ner), Miss Lois Wood. , Heading (with piano; Selected, Miss Elsio Brown. Contralto Solo "Fierce Flames are Flying," II Travatore (Verdi), Miss Bessie Engleman. riano Solo "Paganlnnl's Witches Dance" (Vlnlcent), Mrs. Cllthero. A Norwegian Song (two pianos), (Ole Hull). Mrs. Clithero and Miss Margaret Wood, with orchestra ac companiment. Reading (selected), Miss Hcsslc Brown. Die Judon (orchestral trio), (Hal evy), Mra. Clithero and Misses Lots and Hester Wood. Mr. Covordale .. has decided to contlnup her special millinery bar gain offerings of the lu ft three days 'or Monday, Tuesday ,-nd Wednesday. "VTOU may be among strangers a good I deal and that s all the more reason For having your clothes look right whether any one knows you or not. You'll always have that safe feeling in one of these Hart Schaffncr & Marx suits or coats. There's a lot of style and distinction in these clothes we've got ready for you this spring; Come and see what's here Suits $18 and up Overcoats $16.50 and up SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier This store la. the home of Hart Schaffncr & Marx clothes. REIDY DELEGATE PL Steps Will Likely Be Taken for Local Society to Affiliate With National at Denver Next Month, Dr .T A TteldV of this city has been appointed by the governor, a rinteimtn tn thn meeting of the Na tional association for the study and prevention or tuberculosis, wnicn holds Us convention In Denver, June 9 to 12. II la likely that other lead ers in th0 recent organization or the flnlUtolierriilOKls societv will CO to Denver and it is understood that steps will probably be taken to affil Inia lultli tho national association at this convention. The following other delegates have also been nppointcu by Governor Mills; Dr. Leroy S. Peters of Silver City, Dr. J. A. Massle and Dr. F. E. Mera nt Ronta PV- Dr. W. R. Tlnton of Las Vegas, Dr. J. I Hobbs of Baton, Dr. Charles F. Bessom of Kosweil, Dr. it. E. McBrlde of Las Cruces and Dr. S. E. Bullock of Silver City. Tinv vnnr Decoration day flowers direct from the grower. Write for prices to Armacost, tno iiortst, ucean Park. Cal. Mrs. Coverdale received yesterday two cases of new Fisk untrlmmed shapes, which will go on sale Monoay morning at iz.du. lnese are mr regular 14.60 shapes and are a great bargain. SEhUTIFUL FLIC 10 'BE Ladies of Grand Army to Be Donors of Patriotic Gift to Immaculate Conception School, Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock at the Immaculate Conception school, there will be an Impressive ceremony when the school is presented with a handbome national flag. The ag is the gift of tho members of John A. Logan Circle. Ladies of the Grand Army of the Kepuhlic and will be presented with a short speech by Mrs. Ada Muggsley, patriotic instructor of the organization. On be half of the school the flag will be accepted with a few appropriate re mark by Rev. l ather A. M. Man dalarl. Fatrlotlo songs nnd short addresses b a number of comrades of the G. A. It. wil complete a program which is bound to do" interesting ana impres slvo. ' -'' V-.' .. . . leaky Hoofs Made good as new With Uomulalle't ralnt. STATEHOOD AND BUMPER FRUIT CROP Just don't see how we can stand so much gladness all at one time. And to put the hood sheaf on the shock of good things Is that good nlrdome's new show tonight. A rural comedy with farm life mixed. If you don't want to laugh, for goodness sake get back to the sage brush, or take some thing for a dyspeptic system. Come out with the boosters; get that bad taste out of your mouth by breath ing fresh lr at the Alrdome; bring TO ANTI-WHITE AGUEAflEET PRESENTED ON TUESDAY out those children, or they will wor ry you with that old saying dad never indulged us kids In good amusements when they are grown ups. Wo are pleased to see the smart people com ing out nightly, not because you spend a little money with us, but for human ity's sake; it puts bright ideas in you little folk's head; It make them fit for their studies at school; the in structive picture and the witty say ings of the comedians puts knowledge in their heads; It adds to the mother and father wit. Did you ever know the average life of man Is thirty-seven years? We sleep half of that and we should, at least, put the other haif to good use. This may read like an advertisement, but think seriously. We are living in a great world; we can make our life nweet and worth llv. ing. Now what? ' Mrs. Coverdale has decided to continue her special millinery bar gain offerings of the lut three days for Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day. Ws board and care tor sorses. The best of care guaranteed. W. L. TrlmbU Co., Ill North Second St Try a Morning Journal Want Ad Tailored Wash Skirts After ' a long winter of wearing cloth suits and dark costumes, the neat looking smartly tailored wash skirts seem more than usually attractive. We show an interesting selection in the ' blue, white, gray, natural linen and new cedar brown in striped effects, all made after the new models. The range of prices is moder ate, from $1.25 to $5,00 each, . Undermuslins we direct attention to our comprehensive stock of undermuslins, In this section you will find our assortments arc complete, iombining styles, mater ial and workmanship which all make for value giving. Every, woman should see our display to realize the full force of .the advantages of buying new merchandise com bining completeness, reality and price, FERGUSON eeee AND .eee C0LLISTER ALBrQTJETtQtTRTS DRT GOODS SHOP.