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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, ; SUNDAY. MAY 28,1911.
GEO. W.HICKOX COMPANY NEW MEXICO'S pionker jramia t rWixlcb Inepertor fur Santa in X THE" AROI FKOXT CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Stovee, lUngee, ITcnae Forolahjiia; Oooda, Cutlery, Tools, Iron pipe, I'afvM and Ptuinira, numbing, UeaUnj, Tin and Copper Work. Ill W. CKXTRAL AVE. TELEl'UOJCH 111. USE GOLD 4 NEW POTATOES 10 lb. for 25c ll lbs. Cane Sugar $1.00 pure Ohio Mnplo Syrup, mads this spring In the old homo, per quart... .BO Per full nation. ...... ..II. 90 We expect to have Green and Wax Beans, Fancy Fresh Toma toes, Cucumber, Blackberries, Strawberries, We have Now Mexico Brown solid head Cab bage thiil In nice, 5c per lb. Ward's Store i HOMER n. T5ARD, Mgr. Ill Marble Ave. ruone J0. MATTHEW'S ICE CREAM Bote the tiinilard for absolute purity, a well a delicious flavor. In sist on being served with Matthews' rnoxn 420. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR FORT Canned Vegetables and BRAND Fruits THE FINEST AND MOST DELICIOUS ON THE MARKET New THREADGILL American Pliui. 8IP KOI Til 1 lltST ST, Rooms Willi or without belli, by day, wwk or month, 60c, Ibo, II (lay. Did It Ever Occur to You that in order to feel just right, you must be well dressed. We have the Spring Suit for which ycu are looking-made by Stein Bloch & Co., and hand tailored throughout, j Prices range from $18 to $35 E. L. WASHBURN CO. Albuquerque N.M. 123 8. xnd. HI W, Gold. and Vmat I Jim. tlH Welch Re- IIS 8. KETOVH ST. COIN FLOUR WALLACE HESSELDEN General Oontraotor. Figure and workmanahlp const. W t uarantaa more for your money, than any other contracting firm la Albu querque. Office at the Superior flanlnc Mill. Phone 177. Standard Plumbing & Heating COMPAJfT 111 Went Centra Avenue, Prompt end Careful Attention le AO Order. "ELETUONE !. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Poll Tax is now delinquent and unless paid legal action will have to be taken for collection. Pay at Matson's. The bct treat you run give your family In MumIn-w'h ivn cri-iini, The beet aaddle norse to tie bad In the city are at W. L. Trlmble'i, lit North Becond street; prone I. - Try a Journal Want Ad, Results only. Strong Brothers Undertakers and Embalmers. Prompt Service Day or Night. Telephoae 78. Residence (( Strong Bib., Copper and Becond la lb (Tint that fan thou 1 4 got raualva jour mnrnlnt papar talaphun Ih. POSTAL Tttl-iCUKAPH CO. IT Inr jour naraa and addraaa and Iha paixr will ka dallrarad by a apaolal m.ii.ni.r. Tua talepbona la No. II. tsaeKEU aku ai.M. Tha aboT raward will ka paid tar tha arr.tt and oonvlotlno ot anr ona aauabt aiaallns aoplaa ot tha Morning Journal from tha door ; nt aubaarlbara. JOURNAL. Pl'BLIBHINO Ca LOCAL SEWS OF INTEREST THIS WEATHER. For the twenty-four hours ending t I o'clock yesterday afternoon. Maximum temperature, 78; mlnl niuni, 31; range, 44; temperature at ti o'clock, l2; easterly winds; civur. Etirvet. Washington, May 27. New Mexico Fair In south, local thunderstorms In limth portion Humbly and proha My Miimluy: cooler Hominy. Arlamia Fair Hominy and Mon day. West Texan Local tluiHilernluHvei' Hiiniluy anil probably Monday, SPRINGER TRANSFER COMPANY REASONABLE AND RELIABLE AZTEC FUEL CO. Miotic 2M (raiillo and l'lrht TV" fc iieaw 'eeeeeee44 PORCH, WINDOW & DOOR SCREENS, WE ALSO SELL ALL KINDS OF MATERIAL FOR SCREEN WORK. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. DR.CH. CONNER mSICIAX AND SCKGBOB OSTEOPATH All Acute and fronte DImmn Treated. Office: totem Dulldlwt. corner loana strrv and Central avenue. Tel. S8e Tel. 1M French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers , Lady Aeeiitaat COR. STTI AVD CENTRAL, Office Pttoiwt M Dr. Bchwentker, Osteopath, Phone 117 Miss Mary Fitch of Socorro Is In thb city for a few days. B. W. Goldsmith, a music salesman of Philadelphia, la in the city on business trip. Leo A. Douglas arrived yesterday from his home In Silver City. C. B. Town of Vaughn, was among the arrival yesterday. The Albuquerque public library will be open on memorial day from 2 to 0 p. m. Born, Saturday, May 27, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mutter of 301 Bouth Kdlth street. Duncan McOlllvary, the well known sneep man or Thoreuu, la spending few days In the city. J. W. Collier, mounted policeman of Kstancla, accompanied by J. Mayor, is In the city for a short stay. Lsen N. Oden of the government Indian service at Phoenix, spent yes terday here en route east. W. T. Keaggy and family of Tho reau, were among the out of town people who attended the funeral ser vices of Patrick Uavin here. J. F, Boutherland: railroad man of Wlnslow, attended the funeral services of Patrick Oavin In this city yester day. The ladies of the Relief Corps are requested to meet at tho home of Mrs. Strain, 312 N. Fourth street, to morrow afternoon at 1 o clock to pre pare the flowers for memorial day. Mrs, Freeman , wife of Engineer freeman of tha Santa Fe coast lines, rrlved last night from Uallup and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tharp, 320 South Kdlth street. Thore will be a regular meeting ol tho Fraternal jirotherhood Monday, May 29. After Initiations and regular loiltre work there, will be a dance and refreshments. Kach member Is allow. ed to bring a friend. Ily order of the presldoiit. Frances Dye, secretary. Attention, lloy Scouts! All Scoutu are ' reinitiated to meet at tho corner of Uroadway and Central avenue at 10.16 Huriday morning. The Scouts have bad an Invitation to go to the ('oiiKregallorml church and will at tend the memorial service In a body. .5. LOST A ring of keys somewhere be tween N. Fourth and S. Sixth. Find er return to 327 N. Fourth and receive reward. Tho flavor l lli life of the Ice crcniii. Ii In MhKIicw'k. 200,000 POUNDS OF SEED TO BE GROWN ON LAND OF BERREND0 COMPANY gpoelal CorrMpondraea to Morning Journal Iloswell, N, M., May 28. Two hun dred thouNand pounds of vegetable seed will be raised this year by the Herrendo Irrigated Farms Company for the KoHwell Heed Company. The seed will be grown largely on the demonstration farm of the Berrendo peoplo, but lunds owned by other peoplo In tho Herrendo tract will be used also, Mont of the seed will be beans, but several other seed crops will be Included, all grown under the experienced superintendence of Alex ander MiThermin, the expert from llolse, Idaho, who Is In charge of the demonstration farm. For soreness of the muscles wheth er Induced by violent exercise or In Jury. Chamberlain's ' Liniment Is ex cellent. This liniment Is also nightly esteemed for the relief It affords In cases of rheumatism. Sold by all deal, era. THE LEADER 5,10c and 15c Store MAIL ORDEH8 FILLED l'KOMITLY. 8011-811 W. CKNTKAL AVE. Special Sale Dinner Sets Fifty pleco Ulue English t'nder gluxc Decorated Dinner Set, consisting ;of 6 Cups and Saucers; 6 each Din ner Tea Ho Dread 'l Hotter Flutes, and Sauce Dishes, 2 Flatters, two Veg etable Dishes, Sugar, Cream and gravy for $.fl. 100 I'lecc Dinner Set of the above for I.. $11,20 Mis. Vrooman's Sink Strainers, 15c Hooks and Eyes, 3 curds for....,. Be Ten-Cent Needles, Gold Eye .... fo Toft Card. Albums 10c Ink Tablet IW liatli Fixtures, Nicklo Hated Soap, Tooth ltrtish or Tumbler folder and Vowel Bars 13c I.argt Hummocks $1.83 lleuvy Squat Ice Water I'ltcher . S5c Jelly Glasses, large size, doi. .... 3Sc l'lcnlf Hates, do. Re PAJARITA PROJECT FOUND FEASIBLE Governor and Engineer Guests at Tucumcari Banquet; Ce ment Stone Works to Make Sub-irrigation Tile. gpoelal Correapeadeaea t Morning Journal Tucumcari, N. M., May 27. Gover nor Mills and Territorial Engineer Charles D. Miller visited the Pajarlta dam site west of this city yesterday and Inspected It before acting on the application for water rights July 14. The visitors were taken to the site In an automobile with four other au tomobile leads of prominent Tucum cari business men. Lunch was taken along. Both the guests were pleased with the prospects for an Irrigation dam the only question as to its feasi bility being the amount cf water ob obtalnable. This question was settled by the production of affidavits from old residents of the neighborhood, stating that at times the rainfall com pletely flooded the pod back of the proposed dam. Mr. Miller believed that with the successful operation of the plant, the proposed Irrigation area of 30,000 acres could be Increased. It is consid ered that at least 1.000 families would be supported by the ditches. Fcur miles of the necessary ditch between the dam and this city might follow the bed of the creek. Mr. Miller said. The walls of the canyon nn either side were found to be entirely secure. The dam ltBelf will be 100 feet high atone end and sixty at the other. The com plete system will coBt over three- quarters of a million dollars, the funds already having been partially arrang ed for. It is said that the local rail ways will assist toward raising the necessary funds. At the banquet, at the new Voren- burg hotel, both the governor and engineer promised to assist In the plan, Mr. Miller Hinted that the only thing that would c bilge him to deny the application for water rights would be stronger testimony than had here tofore been brought out against the proposition. Hoth Were confident the plan would be a success. The banquet began at 9 c clock, and wan one of the most successful events - OUR A beaaUltol token frlmd or relative. y$ ft mfrf.Vl a-IClim lllmZO PI 5- DYiiUii iunkt iyl fTj M" ever occurring in Tucumcari. Hon. Reed Holloman acted as toastmnster and speeches were made by the gov ernor. Mr. Miller, Tv A. Muirneacl, a. D. Uoldenberg, U. 8. Devor, V. M. Moore, Henry Swan, Donald Stewart and others. An elght-ccurse dinner was served. The Winfrey Cement Stone Works onipanv of Wichita, Kansas, have written hero that they will Install a tlant In this city for the manufacture and Installation of the Wiggins sys tem of Hiib-irrigatlin, they having the rights for Quay county. They have, demonstrated the success ol heir system at Garden City, Kansas, and other prints and claim that while he cost of installing amounts to J25 to $35 an acre, It requires only from one-tenth to one-fifth the amount or water for Its operation as with surface metheds. About 700 feet of laterals per acre are required In sandy loam laying the tile sixty feet apart which aufllclent in the soli about Tucum cari. c The plant for the manufacture cf the cement tile will lie removed to this Ity In about ninety days according to he owners. Several local residents of Tuciimcaii will use the system It It makes good. A smoker has been arranged for tha Tucumcari chamber of commerce for ho sectnd day ot June, to devise ways for further increasing Its useful ness, and for the annual election ot officers. The Western Vnlon and Postal tele graph companies have agreed to es tablish offices uptown here. The N0TIC The llo.MH HIOKT.Vl U.WT will serve their Spring Open lug Dinner on ' Sunday, May 2Hlli from 5 to 7:30. DINN'F.R Prime roust of beof, spring lamb mint sauce, roast chicken with dressing, new potatoes, new peas, straw berry short cake, strawberry Ice cream and cake, lemon pie. Come and have a good feed and listen to the music. It will all happen at tho Home Resta urant for a quarter of a dollar or 25 cents. 205 West Gold Ave. Next Poor q UietFlrst Nation- nl nnu. ?tHevCMtlIMttvtHIHIIMMtmiHmiNHe(MltHNHtHtMtH CUCCESS doesn't de- scribe, what we have i had with these I maker suits from j Hart Schaffner & Marx ! This is one in the three button . model for young men especially I much comfort in these clothes that spell "good service" for every I man who wears them i Spring Suif; .or r oimon The Central Avenue Clothier This store is the home of Hart Shaffner & Marx Clothes THIS CUT SHOWS $3.00 SPRAY ol sympathy and respect to a lost Juat the right alze. Phone. We Phone 732 present offices are at the local rail way station, which Is very lnconveni ent for patrens. The chamber of commerce has agreed to furnish ' an office room for the companies. Dally mall clerk service was estab ltshed on the Tucumcari and Memphis railroad between this city and Amarll- lo, Texas, on the 21st of this month S. E. Duggins and R. P. Home have purchased the A. B. Simpson lumber ci mpany and changed the name to the Quay County Lumber Company They will continue In busine3 at the old stand. Mr. Home was a partner in the first company. Madlicu'm cream of creams Is a tempting relief for I hoe long, hoc af tt-ruooiis. STYLE TREAT FOR L Special Showing of the Fa mous Gage Hats Will Be gin at the Wclvart Millinery Tomorrow. Albuquerque ladles who know "what's what" in millinery need not be told that Cage hats mark the cli max In smartness. It will be noted with wide Interest in local feminine circles, therefore, that there will be a showing of now Gage midsummer models ot the Wclvart millinery, 312 West Central uvenuo, beginning to morrow. Mrs, Hartley, manager of the Wel vart establishment, announces that the shipment will Include somo very attractive crcutlons in lingerie and straw sailors ideal finishing touches for smart summer frocks. There will bo authoritative stylos to suit every face chle, small hats ami larrn pic ture models. These goods will be placed on display, Monday, May 2Mh. and at the suiue time some special prices, which should interest every body, will be made on trimmed hats. Got Hudson's prices on paiH'ibang l"S. If you ihhhI a carpenter, telephone Hcsscldon; phono 377. Rtylish horse ana buggies fur. nlshed on short notice by W. L. Trimble A Co., lit North Second "treat Phone I. LADIES Cerrllloe Lump HAHN ffiAi Cfi CrlUoe Stove Gallup Lump llrtllll AnL Wi Gallup Stove rilONE 1 ANTHRACITE, ALL SIZES, STEAM COAL. v. Coke, MIQ Wood, Factory tire unt'K. lire clay, bant re new Shape- 3 and Morc otern Society,,,, Continued from page 3 MAYTIME Ml'SICALE. The juvenile musicians, of whom there Is a goodly number promising grown up musicians of fully developed talent, had It all their own way Fri day at the Woman's Club. It, was the last session of the year but one, which is the closing session next Friday when business and business alone will hold the boards. To return to the juveniles of musical' Inclination and training their entertainment Friday was a howling success. Between the small pupils of Mrs. Himoe, the youthful violinists Instructed by Miss Valck and those wonderful kindergar teners of Mrs. Steward, it was an af ternoon of real enjoyment and the occasion of no small amount of pride' on the part of the Instructors, fond ; mammas and visiting friends. The! spacious rooms of the Club were pack-' ed and jammed and the kiddles were! greeted In their every venture with, enthusiastic applause. Everything was too "cute" which Is the favorite ex pression of admiration when applied to the very young. The big feature! was the Maypole dance by Mrs. Stew ard's pupils, which Included the May queen, her attendants and even a speech by the diminutive queen. The Maypole dance was executed with childish grace and abandon and was exceptionally pretty. Among the little musicians covering themselves and teachers with glory were Adelaide Hahn, Margaret Lee,, LeClalr Ca,va naugh, Burch Foraker, Lloyd Kellam, Frances Marron, Marcella Matson, Ar NOTICE! I TO THE PUBLIC On a number of occasions lately out-of-town customers have called our attention to the fact that they have been allow ed to confuse the identity ot the Alvarado Bottling Co. with that ot other bottling houses in this section. 4 We wish to announce that we are In no way connected with any other bottling house, and wo desire to protect the public against confusion which might result from any appar ent similarity of names. We would call the attention of our friends especially to the fact thut we control the mineral water In Coyote Canon and that no Coyote Uprlng Min eral water is genuine except that bottled by u. . - I Alvarado Bottling Co. 323 X. 1'lrst St, rhone 727 Wood, Cord -Wood, 'a41ve Kindling, uncle, common Prick, Lime. Jr. si 111 CopyriKht Hart Schaffner A Marx thur Gabriel, Dora Roberts, Alice Le tarte and Will King-. The Kindergar ten youngsters did a daisy chorus which was highly appreciated. The third part of the program and the de lightful conclusion to this musical af ternoon, consisted of work by young ladies well known to the local musical world. Including solos and duet num bers by Misses Lola Neher, Viola Blueher, Pauline Cartwrlght and Rose Harsh. 4- ( MRS. A. L. BALLEW .., r- 118 South Fourth street, will have on gale next week some of those white duck sailors and a nice line of white shapes at mid-summer prices. 1 Try a Morning Journal Want Ad Shirtwaists This section has an enviable reputation for the variety of Its offerings, but in addition to the great variety we carry, our trade has come to know that our waists have style and qual ity and also that they are very reasonably priced. These four things style, quality, variety and reasonable prices have given this section a reputation that has enabled it to almost double Its sales In the past year, but more than anything we can say here a visit to this section this week will make evident why we do the volume of busi ness In Bhirt waists that we do. Hosiery Our hosiery has met with splendid success this season. We knew it would because we carry the famous "Gordon Dye'' hosiery, and nlso because , our stock is replete with every de sired weight and every new shade, both for women and chil dren. We would recom mend thatyou shop in the morning during the hot weather so that you may avoid the discomforts of the later hours 'when the heat is greater and the shop busier FERGUSON ...AND... COLLISTER ALlltQUEHQCE'S DRY ... COOPS SHOP. f 3