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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1911.
Even Pure B eer : is Senitive to Lidht POSLAfcl will clear and HEAL YOUR AILING SKIN REDUCED RATES ON HAYES SLATED FOR SI JU FRUIT E PRESI DENT? MB r cr than that of any remedy inr similar their work with first application, when ALL ITCHING n lid continue unremittinKly until a complete cure has been affected and the skin resumes its normal color an d clearness. The actual accomplish ments of l'OSl.AM Include the commplete cure has been effected and ,;.ses of all IXBr.MAK. At'N'K, TKTTKH, I'M.l.S, rsOUIASIS, SWT ItllEt'M, H IMtllHS ITfH. Kit., many of years' standing. Minor troubles, such as ltKl) NOSKS, lI.Mri.l'.S, lUXntllKS, IIHll'I'-S St'Al.Y SCAM', ITtll l(i l-'LICT, 1CTC., are disposed of, wilh astonishing rapidity. Two Sizes, 50 Cents unit $2.00.' l'o-lani Is sold by Alvarado l'hui niiicv, YOU CAN TRY POSLAM' Xo one Is asked to purchase Poslam without first tbtainlim a wimple. Hy special arrangement tliis will he sent free by mail in plain wrapper to any reader of the, Al'ouiuero,ue Journal who will 1111 out this coupon and send it to T11U EMKKQKNCY-LA-IhUtATOl'IliS, 32 West Twenty-fifth St., New York City. Write I'liiinlv. , . i! Please send me a free sample of Poslam witjj. full directions I . for use. Name Address ALUMNI BANOUETfPREP EXERCISES THIS EVENING President-' of -! Leland Stanford Expected to Be. Guest - of Honor.at Brilliant University Gathering at the Alvarado. Handsomely appointed, well "toast ed" and with a goodly number added ' trr the Tankw, lh annual alumni feast of the I'niversitv or iew Mexico, to be hold this evening at 6:45 o'clock at the Alvarailo hold bids fair to eclipse all previous brilliant alumni gather ings. , Kach year the 'fradnatcs of other years gather to Welcome the new miiduatew ami renew memories anu allegiance to their AIjiiu Mater. 11 i a pretty outturn and one innlntuined with tlie proper umoiint of enthusi asm bv the 'Varsity ir: iduutes. To ll isht, JudKinK frm pa' successes, the K lendid additions to the ranks and the list of toasts, the "flood. of wit and flow of soul'' will continue unin terruptedly and to the everlasting memory of all assembled ami to the enduring fame and Kbuy of the New Mexico 'Varsity. Dr. David Starr Jordan of the Leland Stanford I'nl viTsltv. Jr., who Is to deliver an ad dress in Klks' theater tomorrow nlKht, is expected lo be miest of honor at the. alumni baimuet this evunlnw. Thomas Keleher, Jr., president of thy alumni association, will act as toast master, proposing these to ists: "The I'nlversM.v." President Dr. v McQueen (iray; "The lleuenls." At torney General or New Mexico 1'iaiik V Clancv, president of the board of rcKi-nts; .'"The tiradualliik' Mnss," A. U Seder, 1 'J 1 1 ; "Some Itenilnlscenccs of the. Past." Dean llndifln; "The fu ture," Miss Josephine Pirsons. . , Sntu IV lOnplnyi's Hen.se Take Notice. 1'c-innim; Friday mornltiK tickets Hoc Southern California Glee, club en VrtnJiimcnt.' Kills' opera house,' Hat- wSay- evening, June 3. will be ptven ""ivheads of departments to their 'i'MVs. Tiny will allow not more tliar( 'o ticl(cts to each family in or- tier turoteet hs many employes us ' posslblyi conductors and brakemen cull oil- nnal yardmaster's office; i enhie'i rx ,, firemen on master me chanic. Trti.eent seats, pai'fiilet and lirt't throe, rws balcony; ha'. nice free. W-V'f 1 .mwf-s' mi, mm I 1 I 11 APPLY POSLAM JUST ONE NIGHT im a small part of the skin af fected with i:tzi-:.M. m il, i'in'i,i:s. m.iMisins, i. 1)1 K. HKDNKSS ir any other surface skin affection and note results liy comparison with sur rounding kln. not so treated. IN THE MORNINQ This simple test will enable any one lo understand, the marvelous merit throiitth which POSLAM has been swept to a success great purposes. Its healing powers begin IS STOPPED POSLAM SOAP Medicated with l'Osr.AM. At last a thoroughly anlisep tlc soap of utmost lwneflt to the, skin prevents disease and In fection unexcelled in cleansing qualities delightful for every toilet purpose. LAKtil' CAKIC. 23 CENTS. J. II. O'ltlcllv Co. ami ull DniKuMs. 1 " - ' . - .' . . t ' . Interesting Program Arranged . at Rodey Hall at University of New Mexico for Today, The graduating exercises of the preparatory department of the uni versity of New Mexico will be held this morning at 10:30 at Itodey hall on the campus, ainf .fp elaborate musical and literary 'program bus been arranged for the oc-aslon. Conveyances for the public will leave Matson's at 8:30 and o'clock this morning. . ANOTHERlGLErCLUB AT THE ELKS' THEATER ON SATURDAY, JUNE THIRD The University of Southern Califor nia Men's Glee club will appear as the pext Santa i"e rending' room system attractions at the Klks' theater, Sit uniay evening June 3, Superintend ent liusscr's announcement say ot this drawing card: The personnel of the glee club will be given on the programs. Suffice It to say that the club consists of foui teen members all trained it the School of Music cotinoctod with the univers ity. They have several . soloists, .y monologlst of note, a chalk talker who has won many prizes and a fuar telle much in demand by locu socle tics. Jn addition 1 have added Mr. I'll irles Karwell Kdson, one of tne lenHers in musical culture In California and win. In championing an American school of music and as a character speciaUsk h) song recitals has no eiual on the lyce um stage today. I have also edded Miss Harriet Jameg of Dos Angeles as in iccomp anist, who has studied with Mr. Kd son and (Whose work has won the ad miration of many. Here then is a uni versity glep club, with all kinds of specialties and the grot Kdson to add flavor to the work of the college boys. This company will oln" tb present season on the Hinta Ke anil 1 am sure tbeir work will not fall be low any lui'e bad thin year. Al! bnil the niheisitv bo-s from l.os An rvUf'. ball the climax singers of the ' ir! THIS M IN The tactful hostess considers Blatz an essential part of her supplies. Just common-sense hospitality. She reasons that what is good for her is good for her friends. Splendid philosophy. Generations ago Blatz proved its great worth as a household beverage and tonic. Today, as in the past, it is pre-eminently the finest malt beverage brewed. Have you a case of Blatz in your home ? W holiMle IH'alcr-. Concession By Rio Grande Rail road Will Save Orchardists From Three to Four Thous and Dollars. Spvris! fermpandvar lo Maniac Martial) FarmliiKton, N. !., May 2. The following letter from tne Kuucrtl traffic manager of the I). & H. U. rail road compKiiy to the board of trade fully explains itself. It makes a re duction uu the rate on outyolun prod ucts that amount to from $12 to per car. ,tm a full fruit crop it will save our fruit growers between $3,0tlU an,( 14,1100. "The Denver & l!io Grande ltailroad Company, office of General Traf fic ManaKcr. Denver, Colo., Miy irth, 1811. Kates trem FarminKtin to Denver, etc., on fruit. ; Mr. Wlllard Itelknapt Secretary FanuiiiKton lloi'rd of Trade. FarmliiKton, N. M. Dear Sir: I Uvk to acknowledne re. ceii t of your esteemed communica tion of the 11th lust., enclosing the proceedings of the executive commit tee of the Karmlnnton board of tr ide. represent Inn the shippers of f-"an Juan county, New Mexleo.. I respectfully Invite your attention to the difference In the tranportatlon of freleht from Karmlntrton anil im mediate vicinity to that from Canon City and some points on the Western Slope, grades, difference in distance anil transfer 1eln considered. Wo feel that the rates on fruit from l'"armlnnton to Denver (ind eastern territory, as compared with the rates made from-gome of the towns refer red to, are reasonable. AVe have every desire to aid In buildins.up the fruit traffic In your country and In makin our tariffs be lieve we have been fair. While w cannot meet the views expressed by you we will, however, make the rate 5 cents per hundred pounds over the Duramto rate. Instead of 10 cents as now to points north of Alamosa and also Creede and points on the Creede branch, and will arrange to publish tariffs as soon as we can legally do so. Copies of new tariffs will be duly for warded to our agents Klvina the rates and date effective. We will also make a dlfCerentliil of 5 cents per hundred pounds over the DuraiiKO rate on business destined te points east of our line where the dif ferential Is now 10 cents. Trusting that this will be sallsfae. tory. and that you will have a prosper- ous season, 1 am, with tne nest wisnes for yourself and committee. , Yours truly. A. S. ill'GIIi:!' BOSTON WOOL MARKET , MORE ACTIVE; HEAVY FOREIGN MOVEMENT ' ririiiVtreet's says' of the i'oston wool niHikct: Following the atrrtnger market In the west, the local wool market was mote active dining' the past week, and prices, while no higher,' were nearer the asking range. Total trm-, sactions for the week were about 4, Ooo.floo pounds, including about I, "00.,, 000 pounds of foreign crossbred.. Thu movement in the latter was the fea ture, .sales Including miir? than 100, ooo pounds to go abroad. I'oth New Zen land -40s to fids at S.".b 87 cents an,l South American cros-diieds were included In tho movement, which amotintid to l cleanup for several houses. I'rlces on the South Ameri can wools ranged at about l!'.l cents for Mneolns, 3i' cents for low uuarters 32 1-2 cents for straight iiiirters and 33 1-2 fti a 4 cents for high quarters. Dnss goods mills were the principal biiyirs, this end of the ogods trade appearing to be In much better con dition. Pnles of domestic territory wools Included lots from both old and new clips, end tr insactions In floeej were largely of medium ww.I.i. Kasi. ern huycrs are competing sharply in t.ie west, anil at prices which seem vi r.v high 'compared with I he quota tions on cleaned wool in the I'i aton maiket, Tin; new clip is well cleaned up in the Triiugle and Soda Springs (Ib-trlcls, recent purchases having been at 10 ("17 cents ,or choice me dium. Interest is now centered - In Montana, where some small lots buvu brought HGi'lT cen.s, .nit giowirstire asking IS cents. In other sections the new wools are being taken rapidly. The (negon wool.i are Just being open ed, .with sales at 1815 cents for the beat. The season is progressing slow ly in Ttxas .mil Callli rnia. The Cali fornia Red liluff wools sold for 10 cents fo the best. A little buying Is reported In Texas at 1 4 fit 14 1-2 cents, for spring wools. .5. Visit the Albright studio for con firmation nnd graduation photos. A sale for 30 days. 1 112 in l'lltK Shake-Up. Caused By Loss of Kendrick May Give Auditor Place On Ripley's Staff. TipckaKan., May 30. Among the changes which it Is expected will be made when the, resignation of J. W. Kendrick, vice-president in charge of operation of the Santa Ke system, is made, it is rumored mat an official or the auditing department of the sys tem will be given a place on the presi dent's stall. This will mean the pro motion of some auditing official at Topcki, probably A. A. Hayes, audi tor of freight receipts for the Atchi son. Topeka & Sunta Ke railway. If the auditing or accounting de partment of tho system Is recognized with ft place cn the official staff, it is expected that W. K. Haih y, (.f Chi cago, general auditor for tne system, will be the man who will be made vice president in charge of account ing. To succeed Mr. Piilcy, his assist ant, J. K. Haxter. of Chicago, or A. A. Hayes, freight auditor at Topeka, may be choren. The promotions will probably follow In regular order which will place Mr. Haxter at the head of the accounting department, next the vice nresliW nt and Mr. Mayes will mceeed Mr. Haxter iis assistant general auditor. The reason given for the expected change in the rgitniwitiou of th staff, is that all the. various deart ments of the railway service are now represented en the president's staff. with Hie exception i f the accounting department. The stuff at the present time is as iollows: J. V. Kendrick. vice-president in charge of operation; W. II. Storey, Jr., vice president in charge of construe tion and 4 maintenance; George T. Nicholson, vice president In charge of passenger and freight traffic; V. Hi. JaiiGcn, vice president In charge of rucl; V. K. llodges, vice president In charge of purchasing:. J. v. Kendrick Is on leave of absence in Kg pt, and VV. B. Storey, Jr., Is in charge of the operating department in his absence. It U" expei ted that Mr. Kendrick will not return to his position and number of changes . are expected follow, among them the promotion of V. K. Bailey, gener al auditor, to vice president In charge of that tlepurt fient. GOLF EXPEirFINDS Watson Recomfnond.s Meadows r 4 Back ot Honeymoon how as Best Place'in City for Sport of flutdcrats; ' j : Those rMcsteiDI the Mport of prMdcnt, isMrolln ?'blg guns" the coir cntfuWO. "e lOoai.i wjho would like to bs golf fiends nifty now sit up and take notice, sin civ yesterday "The Meadows," that wide stretch of land ;back bf Honeymoon riff and I liming (iftstlo, was proclaimed ' by a special golf link expert us an iikal place for a course and possessing poisil.llitics of making the finest golf course In the entire west. Thus declared William Watson of Los Angeles -and Chicago, who spent yesterday lji the city as a guest of the Commercial cluh. Invited to size up the golf link possibilities. John Irf-e Clarke, as u member of the committee appointed on the propos ed golf course, met Mr. Watson on bis arrival yesterday morning and In Herbert llruoks' automobile, tho golf expert was taken over the mesa and finally out onto the stretch uf land which reaches out to thu. banks of the Klo Grande. Mr. Watnon was phased at once with the latter after thorough ex amination be waxed enthusiastic, ex pressing in unstinted, language its magnificent possibilities. As Mr. Wat son Is one of the country's experts he. la well inialifled to exoress an oidn- ' Ion. He left last night for 1'asadena where he Is laying; mil the famous Altudenii course. Ills report will be submitted al I ho next meeting of the Commercial club and It is likely linmedlile action will be taken toward the establishment of links on the ground recommended. The committee on the proposed golf course Is made up of the following prominent men of the city: A. M. Mr. Oaf fey, president; Theodore VVoolsey, Jr., j". It. o'Klelly, John Lee Clarke and Herman Srhwelzcr. UP THE COURT Taos Newspaper Hands Frag rant Bouquet of Appreciation of Business-Like Bench, IDEAL COURSE mm GINGERS (Taos V illey S'ews. 1 fclke a coolliiK lirceM ' on a sun burned day, came the. presence of JmlKe Mecheni In the court room, where the adjourned session of court for the rirst Judicial district of tip' yet territory of New Mexico was held, lieulnnlnK on .Monday morniiiK last. The gHiitlemnn from Socorro pre sented something entirely new to the people of Taos nitinty when he order ed the chauffeur, who is the sheriff, to pull the rlu. and Ret the Judicial biiKs waon In motion. Heretofore It has seemed a sort ot dreary thin- to attend court In Taos. It we.i ho slow, like. The Joints of the Justice ml1! creaked as motions for ehanne nf venue, motions for post, ponetnent wrc handed tip to thn court, to odd more business to :tn al ready ancient and over-loaded docket. The altorni ys assumed ? look of mysterious wisdom', snhterrHtiean pro fundity, shtn lioarded hy eorrni!teil brown' and sad. solemn vls.ise. Then the sild altorne.vs proceeded to lell the court whin they could try their cases, f at all and Hie annual scsslmi ot the Taos court not slowly under way. II uh difiercnt on Monday. It wis this way when the eases were helnn set for trial: ( JudKC to defendant: !'Thn ease Will ...w The direct sun on beer f:y vvNV 'Dark glass gives protection against light Schlitz is sold in dark bottles, to protect its purity from the brewery to your glass. We use the costliest materials. One of our partners selects the barley. We go to Bohemia for hops. Schlitz is aged for months before it is marketed, to prevent biliousness. It cannot ferment in your stomach. t We filter it through white wood pulp. Sterilize every bottle. We spend more money to attain purity than on any other cost in our brewing. If you knew what we know about beer, you would say, "Schlitz -Schlitz .in Brown Bottles. " : . ' l'lione 1,58 ... Consolidated Liquor Co, ' " Cor. 1 si St. anil Cojipcr Ave, Al,l)tiiticriiie y s- - 1 Thai Made Milwaukee Famous , liet set fur Ki tduy. Hnce j nu Jl 1 teirney'.'" I lit feiulant : "Ves, sir, lull tnv nl torney lives In Santa l'"e Hinl may not ha utile tn pet here." JikImc: "(Jet him If Jon cn. If nnl you'll have lu sci nri' iirnther 1 1 1 1 , 1 r m . We emmet wilt nil iitturnevH' eini venlenee here.. This iiHe Im set fur I'llihiy." It cerl.tinly hmkcil n If the JtlilK" HUH,KI'K I" le tile llll'eitlllK li'lli.'. and uh himiii .in the attorneys rccov. ere( from the shock, they not vci' . very himy. The ienult win tlmt the Inijiortant hc nf the territory vs. I'lilpps wns flnlHheil Ttiesilay cvenlm;. Judne Meehetn'H metluiiln are not overhearliiK nor ioiikIi, nor iinlair. H.1 Is cotirteoiiH. hut ioiiiit anil It Is n nleaHtiru to utteml his court, hecuiiMi I you're point; all llic time and not Juyt slttlnn there looking at the scenery, "I wind to'c hud that .Indue to pre. side here reculai'ly." Ih 11 romnum re mark heard In thin coniniunlty. It Ih a fact that JihIkc Mecheni Ih kIvItik us the lient court ever held In I h lis county. He expresses himself uh he. Inn much 1 -lenscd with Tuns and Taos certainly likes the JuiIkc. TIiIh term shriWM Ihul hin-iness of the court can he pushed If rlnlilly handled, ind th" (locket sunn cleared. Thank you, JudKP. Albuquerque V ": r - III zr- - u h w-uii - rays of the will start decay. The Beer IMT i:oi A W'yomlim cowpunclier. upon one of his inlreipieiit visits tn town, went Into a restaurant mid ordered a sta)t. When It was served he looked over the HSHorttnent 01 hottles In the cen ter of (he hiMe, and f-elcollii!,' one which was new to 1 1 ) tit, poured the , f . 1 1 f ti lllierally nvr his meat. 11.- cut off Renerotis hlte and the nhserv- ers watched Its proKi'ei to his mouth with wmiih Interct, for the hotlle had ifAiiiniiied toliHHco same. lie tried In vain to swallow the mni- men&womekX I I m C ii m (i"phrtiit iiiMHtiiniaion. M t irriitloii or alomlint i f I muooui niailriDM. J'inli. ' I I OurmiUd nut to tiiotur. 1 Z3C I ontt('oii. I ml Mold by Jrurf UU. I 1 pWPIil, OH H'" il't of 1 or thrmi bottliM, $'J (6. Circular Hat on rttquMt mm Th I ram Ch smicl (to. V UNCI -MAT0.5. I foundry & Machine Works t.lKI US Sl-l.t IWi ATTKNTIO.N (JIVKN TO HlCt'Allt WdltK, Irrigation Engineers & Contractors What docs pmr Accual Water t ost? Do you set all you m-cd of it? Do oii net It Mlicn you need it? What will Iiccihiic ut your crops when tho river Kh' Iry this sumincr? , Ho you know that our crude oil cuulnc lll pnnip wnu t In the lower valley cheaper than yon net it trom the ditches'.' We can iilso pmnp water at a paying rate on . the nicMi. t all tis up and let ih clie .ton some flcurcs that lll astonlsii joii. (lur eiiulncs are not nn cxper. We also fiirnl kiimiiI the test lor years. Iinciii: llicy haicl, ih,, pniiips, pipe, cabins ami sup. plies. ( astlnus, (.'oIuiiiiin, (aiders, sti ain Hollers, i:nsliieH, Slacks. l'ied your Inc. , nm rattle from our sanltarjr ami In. dcntruclililc iro.Tbs and stable specialties, Itrass caslliiKi, babbll nicials, l.inolpc metal. All kinds of metal oiiU and Mai tilnei'v. Winks and Offices Albuquerque, N, M. ' , , mm If: A 'l -M' ! "J sel on his time in' h'le surprise. 1 liaiiMiil (nniiKUlsh In his I. ice, Kinally ly h Jumped to Im. Ji ct 11 ml as he I'Jri ti ll the Idle violently In the flour he yelled: PROSPERITY will meet you luiir way If you re liiforie your energies nt Fay wood ' Hot Springs ft cures, and vou remain ourcd, we know, and you will If you try It. Cuniedeil the meatcst kidney water on earth. Why not visit lnywoiyl lint Hprtmi-i first, since you will event, unity ku there anyway, l.srue tn ulerii hotel. 1'erfccl ell -male, llooklet. " f. .tlclici'inolt, "The I'nywond." 1 1 aywiMal, N. .M. I OlMll Its M.VOI1MSTS M I ItN-St IIMSS X. CO., 115-117 W, 'oiier ,e.