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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 13. 191 1.
Nxw mfaioo-8 iio.mi.k ji:vn n:s Wautj lneiiors fur Mnu Fa and tai IJure. lli Watch 1U pairing nil ljigraiin. THR ATtfll FlinVT ... , - . - - . . CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Stove. Itanree, House Furnishing Good. Cutlery. Tools, Ir.in Pipe, Valve, and linings, riuiublnc, llcilng, Tin ami Coplxsr Work. 118 XV. tEMIUL AE. TLLLPHOXE SII. USE GOLD t NEW POTATOES Fresh supply of white ones best yet to arrive 5 lbs. for 25c We have due this a. m., more fresh Peas,lb 10c New Beets and new Tur nips, nice small sweet ones 3 lbs. for 25c STRAWBERRIES Fancy stock 121 -2c box. 16 lbs. Cane Sugar $1.00 every day . Ward's Store IIOMEIl II. WARD, Mgr. 113 Marble Ate. Phone SOI. MATTHEW'S Rets the standard for absolute purity, as well as delicious flavor, slit on being served with Matthews' only. I'lKIMI s20. w V V FORT BRAND r i l' .. New THREADGILL American Plan. 3111 HOITII I HINT NT. Ihinmf with iir uHliout linlli, ilny, work or month, &, J5e, t a day. t'-tau'.'. r m mm-. )- Ti-imil By Careful Workmanship By Attention to Details By spending more money on making them, STEIN BLOCH have produced the best ready - to wear clothes in the world. They fit, they arc stylish and they are right ly priced $18, $20. $22.50, $25 up to $40 the suit. HOPKINS' SPECIAL STRAW HATS for dressy gentlemen $1.75 to $4.00 ALL STYLES E. L. WASHIJUKN CO. Albiiqucrque N. M. 12 8. 2ml. ' 119 W. iM. 1 1 n, r I A 11 ft i . COIN ELOUR WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractor. Flguree and workmanship coual W Buarantra mora for your money than any other contracting firm la Albu querque. Office at the Superior rmnlni Mill. Phone 177. Standard Plumbing & Heating COM PAN V 411 West CVntral Amine. Prompt Bad Cartful Attntioa to All Order. TFXIIPIIOXE (I. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Poll Tax is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. Ij-akjr Hoofs Mada good a new With llorrailallc's Paint The bet saddle horse i to Ta had In the rlty are at W. L, Trimble's, Hi North. Second street; prone . ICE CREAM Io- V f Y V 5 IB At-U your Grocer for funned Vrgo tiililc. iind IttillM. The finest and 1 llllINt llt'lll'IOIIM Oil I he market. .Sv. 3m: Strong Brothers ITtidertakttra and Embalmers. Prompt Bervlce Day or Night. Telephone 76. Resilience 606. Strong Illk., t opper and Second In the nt thit jrou hnuld nnt rativ yrnir nmrnltie ppwr Ulpphime the I'OBVAI, TlCl.KllllAl'H (.'U. glv Ins ytiur ttaine end eddrvH end the llr will be dllvrd I'X a epanUI tiiMuer. Tbe Ulttpbon te Nu. It. is.ee k it w A it is se. The loe rwnl will t. paid fur the armt end oonvlctln of enjr in cauvltt ainellne oiils of the Murnlne Journal frum the duor. ways of autiarlbtira, jouhnau ruuumuNtt ca LGCAL fiEWS0F INTERES1 i tiik vi'..rin:. Kor th twonty-fur hours ciullnn lit 8 o'clock yrntdny aftcrnonn. Mnxlnnini tciniii ratine, SO, nilnl tmim, Sx; ratmc, it: temin'intin'c at i! o'clock, fill; southerly wliulu; partly clouily. l'nrctti-l. ; W istiliiKloii, May 12. New Mexico I ' tiM,-t t I.mI In north, fair In rnutli : portl'in s it iii Im -; Huinluy fair. Ailz.itia (lencrnlly and Sunday. West Texas Fair Hundiiv, fair Saturday Saturday and lr. Si Invcniltcr, (Mmpntb, phone 717 Sam Slu.rllc of this eltv Is expect ed tin k M mil Chicago today. lr and Mrs. Volncj P, Clu-jncy of SPRINGER TRANSFER COMPANY REASONABLE AND RELIABLE PORCH, WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. Aztec Fuel Company MILL AND NATIVE WOOD i iium: m. DR. C.H. CONNER rUTSJCIAX AND SCKGEOS OSTEOPATH III Ante and Cmnlc Iir-e Trl& uuu: bu-ro KuUdlng, corner Koartti tret and Central arcnae. Tel. Shi Tel. lit French & Lowbor Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady AnaJtUuil COJl. TII AND CENTIUX. Offlnn plione M University of New Mexico Albuquerque, N. M. SUMMER SCHOOL, 1911. Fix week June 6th to July 14th. Principal subjects offered: General History, KriKlinti Lit erature, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, Classics, Modern Lan guages. Hpc-clal courses for High School Instructors. Vocal and Instrumental mu sic. Fee for the course: rive dollars (exclusive of laboratory teen). Circular of Information on application to the Registrar of the University, Wlllnnl are visitors In the city for a few days. Thero will be a directors' meeting tif the Commercial club this afternoon at four o'clock. Kred V. Lanhnm of the Iilthullthlo I'avlng company In hack In town after a vlHlt tu Kl 1'aso. Ir. I. A. Ennel of Chloride, N. M., has Klven up the practice of medicine In that town and hu.s returned to this city, Mrs. Josephine Frledberg left yes terday on the limited for un extended stay In ChieuKo, New Vork and Wash ItiKton. I'M. Mitclu , representing the Mey er llniH.' Drutt Co. of Kt. Louis, was In the clly yestcntay making his reg ular rounds, Alliuiiieriiio lotlKo No. S9, Fraternal I'tiloil of America, will meet tonight It 7:30 In A. U. I.'. V. hall. Ida M.i soii, secretary. Kert! C, 8eare, manaKcr of the Ver tnejlo Fuel company at Kl Paso, Tex., left for Santa Fe yesterday alter KpemlliiK a day in this rlty. F.d. Zook of the Klchardson Drug company of omaha and C. Hunter of the McPiUe l)rug company of Kutixas Clly were In the city yesterday. Isidro ."nndoval of Itlo I'uerio was in the rlly yesterday on liuslm ss. Mr. Sandoval bring Information that he Is 1)7 ',4 per cent auceessful thU year with his huntiH, which 1 a wonderful record. Hpielal mertlng of Temple Midge, No. II. A. F. A A. M., this evening at 8. Work in the E. A. and F. C. de grees. All MiiMotia reiiiestcd to lit present, liy order of the V, M., J. A. Miller, secretary, Hon. Clurnnee. J. Huberts of Union, N. M assoilalo jiisllce of the su- THE LEADER 5,10c and 15c Store MAIL OHDFUS FILLED I'ltOMITLY. (ttt-811 W. CKXTItAL AVE. Hath Tub llnamrl, x r can. . 15c Gas Mantels 15c Wi'i line Det'ontled China for.2.".c Curry Combs 10c Horse HnisbeK tiluss l'orr Vu's .I.V .l.V 3rp Coatllooks 'Ocdoz. Girls' l ace Storking . . . . A (.(Mil) IU(.(,V WHIP . . 10 . . l.V Tin l'lo IMm 2 for Rc Screen :r, Pmtltrv Netting, lbixkrls. Toys, llard arc, rU'. t.UAMIL AND FIUST fm I ' eijsj J The Home of GOOD SHOES steer Yomcorasa with good judgment and every journey will have a happy ending. Steer your courso (o our atoro and you will tfet the very best ahoo values. Let us help you find foot comfort ty fitting you to THE shoe rOR MEN For lon, hard eervico, etylco that the metro politan section a are hungry for and perfect fitting, we have the goods. $3.50 to $5.00 lomnmU ttji"jiffiiti All Ye Sit1 tip and THIS DAY, " THURBER'S AT KF.COM Will lx open for jour lusH4lon. A full lino of Clcnr Ha vana ami Domestic CI mi in and Tobaccos at all Hum's. Drop In and get a ''tin roof "clgnr on I he Iioiiho. Phono your cab rails to I IN Tliut'y , THURBER'S preme court of Now Mexico und judge or the fourth judicial district, was In the city esterday for a few hours visiting with friends. Thomas Arnett of the Sunt liarbara Tie and I'ole (ompany, spent yester day in the city. Mr. Arnett is well known locally, having1 been connected with tho American Lumber company for a number of years, Oliver Heard, a brother of Manager Heard of the Alvarado laundry, Is visiting his brother. This Is the first time the brothers have been together In fifteen years, when Manager Heard left the eld home In Alabama. A. K. Streetcr, general manager of the S'lrecter-Detw Her Timber Coa- iractinir eompnny nt niiritrt, N. M ., s in the clly for a short stay. Mr furrier returned yesterday trom an extended visit nt hiold home In Pasa dena, Cal. . .Mrs. Human Meiillllvray, tho wife of a well-known sheep man of Thor eau, arrived In this rlty yesterday morning, in compunli'd by her bus band and two children. Mrs. McGillt vray, who Is 111, witq linmedlntely Ih kea to tlie rresliyterlan sanitarium fur treatment. f A number of new Improvements are being Installed In the Alvarado. The rooms are being repainted, papered in many Instances, and a telephone sys tem Is being Installed throughout the whole house. In nddltion to this ad ditional limits nro being put in each guest room. Juke Vrisarri had a narrow escape from drowning on Thursday after noon by lining thrown from his h into a pool of muddy water nlung the smith road. With some difficulty he managed to extrlento himself and reiiirnad to this rlty, . resuming his Journey to his ranch' yesterday. ' That hustling otjfit ' of I leavers has another live smoker on tonight, nt the bis Duiu, vomer of Second, and Gold. SCHOOLS OBSERVE Prominent Men Speak in Public Schools Where Pupils Hold Interesting Exercises, The schools throughout the city ob served yesterday as mothers' day, as it was the Friday preceding the offi cial dute set aside by Governor Mills to honor the mothers, as has now be come a national custom. The programs in each school were elaborate, consisting of musical and literary selections, all having the one theme mother. In the First ward school, where a particularly splendid program wns rendered. Dr. McQueen Gray and Superintendent sterling were the speakers. Dr. C. O. Heckman addressed the sixth and seventh grades at the Third ward. Colonel Edward Johnson the filth grade and Attorney H. E. Hlckey the primary grades. The programs as rendered by the pupils of the different schools reflect ed great credit on the principals and assistant teachers, as wvll as the children, who had worked hard to make the day a success. It was a general visiting day, as all parents were invited to visit the schools yes terday and enjoy the exercises. Carnations, the adopted flower, were given as favors to the attending mnt hers. , Mother'a Day at the Ilaptlst Sunday School. Beginning at the Sunday school hour Sunday morning the Sunday school will give the following program In honor of the dajr (Mother's day). The program Is as follows: Ilceitation, Amy Passmore and oth ers. Alice VanEaton. Cecil Goff. Kate Edwards. Halfh Miller. Percy Thomas. All mother's of the Sunday school are urged to be present, all others of the church and congregation are cord ially Invited. Those in attendance will receive the emblem of the day, a white flower. - New Arrivals at Ballew's. Mrs. Ballcw opened yVsterduy an other lot of those charming untrim mend shapes. They're .mostly In white straw and are elegant for midsummer wear. In the shipment were also a lot of dainty new flowers. Have you visited this shop? There are many exclusive things shown there. .J. Mr. Harry Billiard, Albuquerque's popular bass, la one of the attractions at the Eastern Star concert. This concert is under the direction of Mrs. Luther Stewart. d t Smokers Take Notice! THE 1 3th CIGAR STAND AM) CKNTIl.VL MOTHERS' DAY Wear a white flower for moth er's memory, A bright flower for mothers living. Nothing nicer than our beau tiful, fragrant white Cnpe Jas iiiIik' at 60c per dosrn,. Also a nice lot ofCarnalioiis and Sweet Pros. AUU Ql KHQl K I'LOHAL CO. There Is to be the usual spread and n few surprise features calculated to amuse. Final plans will be worked out for the big masquerade ball which the Heavers are to give next Thursday night In the Elks' ball room. Mrs. Cecelia GalhaMon died Thurs day at her home In Atrisco. For the lastsixteon years has the good woman been upon a sick bed, suffering from paralysis. Deceased was 0 years of age at the time of her death and Is survived by a husband, Trinidad Gal baldon and three daughters. The fu neral arrangements will bo announced later. . Judge Ira A. Abott of the second Judicial district, returned lHst night from Taos, N. M where he has hern holding court for Judge McKlo, dur ing the hitter's absence In AVushing ton. After remaining In this city to. day hearing a few cases In chambers here. Judge Abhott and District Clerk Maddison will on Sunday go to Gal lup to hold the regular May term of the district court for McKlnley coun ty, which opens Monday. The Mandolin club Is another pleas ing Item of the Eastern Star concert, also Mr. John Gould's ulcualnir tenor will be heard. Gift Books ssssaea There is nothing so appropriate for a graduation gift as a hand some book. We have a large assortment of the kind from which you will wish to select. Small raT-bouiHl Rooks Small 14-ather-houml books l'liddcd Kditlons of the Poets Library Kilitionx of the Poets A large assortment of Art Books especially suitable for the occasion besides a number of hand tome volumes especially for the graduates. Assortment now on display. STRONG'S BOOK STORE 25 On all Men's and Boys' Shoes and Oxfords. Just Arrived. All New , and Up-to-Date in every way, in Patent, Gunmetal and Tan, Lace and Button. Come in NOW, while you can get your size. ( Ideal Shoe Store tMMMeeeeeeeeiiiM t r Cerrillou Inniiti lllllll s f Gallup Lump HAHIN IUAL IU. Gn I hip Stove S I'ikim: hi S a, ilmmiliu u I Coke, Mill Wood, Factory f Tiro Hrlck, lire Clay. Santa Fo S Former Ranbh Employes Ar rested and Held for Hearing Here on Complaint of Well Known Attorney, Chief of Police McMillin -yesterday afternoon arrested John Driggas and Hoy Ellsworth, on complaint of A. I!. McMillen, charging them with ttea! ing cattle from McMillen's ranch In Valencia county. The men i'or.norly worlted on the ranch. When arrested the men had In their possession tickets for their destina tion in the state of Montana, and they slated It was their purpose to lake train number 2 yesterday afternoon. and their saddles had been checked as baggage. inrormntlon of the alleged crime for which they were arrested was con veyed to Mr. McMillen by wire from the foreman of the ranch. The in- frrmntion was to the effect that tin men were ruspected of having in their possession 100 received for company cattle which they had stolen. rany in the afternoon, after the wire was received the two men were In the office of Mr. McMillen and he told them of the charge, they leaving tne oince without more ado, An it tempt was made to reach tho sheriffs office by phone but this failed also. and so the chief of police was notified ami he rounded them up. job suspects are now In the eltv .mil awaiting a hearing which win likely be held this morning. Mrs. L. Bradford, a former teacher trom the New England Conservatory. ana cnoir director of the Chnnning Memorial church in Newport, It. I is one of the Interesting features of the u-astern Star musical. ir you nenl a carpenter, telephone ALBUQUERQUE MAN HAS FEDERAL ARMY RECORDS Frank Hontwrlght of this city, who was in El Paso during the battle of Juarez, returned borne yesterdny morning. Frank visited Juarez soon after tho fight, and in going along one of the streets picked up a bifndle of papers and brought them to this city. Cpon examination the papers prov ed to be a portion of the official re port of Lieutenant-Colonel Manuel I'ueblita, one of the high officers of Navarro's command, who had charge of tho rnvnlrv, together with n rosier I FOR SALE A fine grocery business, doing $3,000 per month. Fine location, small rent. Reason for selling, illness. Will stand the most rigid examination. Address Box 12, Journal. COWBOY mm FOR HUSTLING Everything Best In the art of good shoemaking is found in ilanan Shoes SIMON STERN CKXTKAL AVK. CLOTH I Ell. The home of the Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. - t - v a rfsv r- i u. d suiss, STIvVU COAL. d) Wood, Cord Wood, Xaitive Klmlllnf.', Itrlck. Common Itriek. T.lm. T of the men who were injured at a fight which occurred some woeks ago at Hacienda de San Augustine, a ranch house about thirty miles from Juarez. Lady Decirx Appendicitis Victim. London, May 12. Lady Defies, ulii before her marriage to Lord Decies, was Miss Helen Vivian Gould, under went, an operation for nnpcndicitls thl imornlng, satisfactory. The result was most Wash Fabrics The largely Increasing de mand for slyllsli wash fabrics lias stimulated every manufac turer to greater effort. The re sult or this keen competition Is reflected In our showing In the Wash Goods section. The lines are splendidly , complete In a profusion of new weaves onil color efforts In tho dainty de signs that must surely npix'iil to every woman nnd tlioy are re asonably priced, beginning nt 7!ac nnd up. Black Goods Our Illaek Goods section has built and maintained Its reputa tion of high standing by the I'lldi quality of merchandise we arry. We wish especially to direct your attention to our lino of Serges, priced from 75c to $2.00 a yard. Ribbons Kihbons are being prominent ly featured on this season's gowns for sashes, bows and "llirr trimmings. Our stock of p'aln and fancy Illblsms com prises nil tho features that will add daintiness nnd charm to the summer frock. AU widths and all prices. FERGUSON and...: COLLiSTER VLBVQCKKQrjTC'9 DRT GOODS 6MOP. Reduction :.L,t -31' .rWiiJsaV o 0 :