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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 191 T.
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. llangr. IIi.iim- lund-Mng ;.hK I mli ry. Tools Irm Ilir, ali.-aul I tuing-a riuiiitnut;. Hinting, 1m ami (imt Work. Ill W. (IMItAL Ti l I lIIO.K 315. v BABIES t CLEANEST MILK j; i;o Noimi ixnimi bT. i hom; mi. CHARLES Wholesalers LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA ONE TRIAL of our Kansas I Eggs brings orders for more. 30c doz. I Ward's Store i: IIOMEH IL WAKI, MfT SI5 Murblo A I'liono Slid 0. K. Transfer Company, A general transfer buelunu conducted. I'liono 4JS. PATTY bi: iti:s, ivi. The best saddle ll.rsre to t had In llio city are at W. L. Trimble', 11 J North kim'uikI at reel, l'lionn 1. Is Albuquerque different from any oilier town? ''MJSTEIN-BLOCH te lull' lllid Inn- 1110I Hum' II' - III re, ami , hop, ve III tlllsi-Ht. 1 L, hi w lii 1, in- ( iph, N, ami lv i 1I.11 .11 p., ,, ,i, me tl,, H IM'-I. 011 v,i 1, n, n,, ,, r n, ,r .(,r I I oil I' .IIIM'll. I,. 1 1 1 .1 1 1 ',. .,',., M,,, 01 1 ti. Ml l III 4 M II mii.iii IoiIi-In l"l I .ill inel V mil l. ' 1 1 1 v mi lo III (Ml 1 1 I III 1 1 I s MS ,, Mt m I'l III 1 1 (.1 ii ill s I 's si:, III), XKi.,-,11 mnl Is en. Stetson Hats VValk-Over Shoes t. ll Wasljhunt (0. I.'. . Second st. IIU W. l.nl.l Efrpmjwwmf vp ' e.iaaM"iaM.ioi ' " ' -'"-ihti- 'nil mi' l Wn 1 1.1 aa ii'm if l-Tf illil'lwn Mid) Nil MkJ k MATTHEW HAS IT ILEELD CO. of Everything LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers Indcrlakrrs ml Km ba liner. Prompt Service Day or NiKht. Telephone "S. Residence 60S. blrmiK ink.. (M-r ami tocom!. la the event thet t- should ant raralve vour tnornlnf papar tela phone the I'OHTAI. T KIKIIRAPK lo. giving v..ur name end ail .Irate end Hie paper will be delivered bf m enecial maaeeiiier. The tele phone le No, It. K M Hewer W The elKive rawerd will be paid fur the eriaal and eunvlcllna n( anyone caught dealing eoplee of the Morning Journal from the Amu may of tulia. rUora JUUKNAl, I'UllUJiUUia CO. LOCAL HEMS OF INTEREST Weather Itcport, For tlio twenty-four hours ending at 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Maximum temperature, 7(1; mini mum, 55; rn !!, 10; temperature lit B o'clock p. in., f r. ; southwest winds; rlollily; precipitation, .IIS llli h. I 'orcenst. Washington, Hepl. 111. New Mexico Showers In north portion; fair In south portion Wednesday; Thursday lit Ir. Wi mI Texas - Fair Wednesday, ex eept showers hi Panhandle; Thursday In i r A1I.111111 Showers In north; fair In south portion Wednesday; Thursday fair. 11. M. h'l'IK iirrlvi'd yeNleiilny rrmti IiIm home In Sanlit l''e. lirorce I .1 11 1. hi. 11 1 1-ii h ,i mi ol' Motiii talnali', Ih 11 visitor In the ilty. Mm. II, f,', Sn utiili't'fl of liiii lno, j.s Kpelllllllf; a lew ll.MM 111 the lily. A. H. I 'ol li 11 K , of Halita h'e, wan len M. i'nl al Die Aluirailo vesl, nlay. Mlnllll'V 11. N. Mat'I'oll Mpellt enler. ila In Sinta f'e on lenal IiiiMiicnm. A. I-: I hw.ihl a mei'i aiillle man of t'lilia. vi.'im amour, the nnlalH ven- I'.lav. A 11 1 a 1 rlii'i In run., was ihsiii'iI .vi k leii;i tn Cil.irliiii Marin una Malta Koineio. I,y I'loha'e Clerk Walker. l!ol 111 ,. Km ke ami I 'harh Henry, two uill known re"ileiitM of U.illnii, ."il'"l vit.iirilav for a brief Muy In Hi, 1 in. I'. .1 Mi 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . a no 1. haul lai ln nl I i,i 1 n 1 11 0 1 , Iowa, I 1 Npenilim; 1 t 1 s . . in tin' 1 Ity ami In hhown Hie Me.liiM , Tmii Naylnii- 'I'liii u a mi 1 1 1111; of tin .In eolili' II l.l-il lllr.lit invlnn l.i ;in 1 I, ,.), , ,, of a on m nl Mi.' alileinon. Ihe . "Hie II will meet l iter tlihi month lit llo' eall of the mayor. Mr-. II. V. lileil, nl South Ivlith .M.'il iiliirmil M'Hlerihn Iron, ,111 eMi Ii I' il V fit III 1 1 1 1' II 1 1 II K lla II I a, HI 'la' l"ii. Ala Sli.' wan .1 i'i 1 ,1 1 1 I . , I III I h In i' Ih. r, Mi:e 1 1. II. Itl nr. Tin' I. mil. t' auxiliary or Hie , ,, I- will hol.l Ihelr reKular meetltiK tins M 1 1 I 11, ,1 111 al ; nrh.rk III Hie A. I', I'. W, hall. All hull, h ,,r lli, ol'li i in Hie , Ity are roiili.iHy Invlteil. s. Al.'ii.o llrlnht, mipei Inten lent of Melhoilist missions ,,r ihin SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Efficient Transfer Service PT!7 Tl I,. liB. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers I Jil v Asslsliint, t Kit. Ill I II AMI t INTK l trier I'lioue Mill. We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. 1 tttewt (trrllloe laimp NAHM THAI CCi CrtllMj Htoe t.allup lam p llAAllll vUAL LUi Gallup Htov riioM: ui. AMllHVt l'Ii:, AM, slFS, STI'.AM tOAI,. toke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, t'oid iid, .Vntlve Kliidllni;, riro Itrlck, I Ire ( lay, Santa l e KODAK ALL NATURE AWAITS YOUR KODAK A Kodak (i'lurr makes the ,ii' I delightful record of your trips anil of the pleasant things of Jour home life llrownle, fnim . IMI to f 12.0(1 lidding I'cx kcl Kodak II2.IHJ lo ." nil. lYciu.i ( miiht a t I 'M to $J6.5II Tlic I'retno takes a film pack. In tin mini compact mnl quite as tatlhtactory as the Kodak. I A I.K YTIIIM. IN PHOTO MPP1JKS. Strong's Book Store "YOl It loF.Y Hf K IF VOL' WANT IT." illHtrlet, Iihm returned from Colorado HprlimM w here lie wan a vlMitor at the Colorado 1 onferenie of the Methodim Kplitiopul 1 hureh. The Ktatrrnul Myetli' Clrrlc. Bene fit ItulliiK No. 210:i. will meet hi regular tiesslon thin evenliiK at S OU nVloek In their hall. 319 1-2 Sorh Beeond Htreet. Initiation of candidate. Kefrtnhmi nls will tie erved. Mr. and Mm. Hose Merrltt. and Mr. and Mr. W. 1'. Metealf returned yes terday from Ihelr summer home at Teneque. Mr. Merrltt return to take Up his duties hi assistant cashier of the Hank of Commerce, while Mr. Met ealf tnme hak to look after his po llllcal fellies. The regular monthly "Coffee" of the ladles' Aid society of the Luther an church will he held today at the home of Mrs, Julius Seel, ohm, 1 02 H Forester avenue, A Koodly lunch will he served with the social ami all are Invited lo the affair durliiK the after noon and a-vculiik'. Holier! Sherman, son of Mrs. W. V. Hherman of 705 North KlMhth street, arrived yesterday from Huston where he ha completed his similes at the MassachuHotU Institute of Teehnol- ok.v. Mr, Sherman will remain a w k In the city and no from here lo the l'lillipplne Islands. Mrs. Jaines Stewart desires to tliank the W. ( 1. V. for the prompt pa.Ninetil of her hushaml's Insurance policy with that order. The remit tance was made fifteen days after death. She also wishes to thank the mi'inhcrs Individually for their kind liess to her during her ssereavement. specially In she Kialrful to Han Phillips, stale deputy of the order, for his endeavors In her hehalf, The "New Slate Carnival" to he Klven tolilnht hy the ladles of St, John's palish at the state armory, promises, to he one of the most spce laeulur entertainments ,,f the kind ever clveii here. The ueneral admis sion fee of no cents covers the entire cost, there helnif no other charges cveept fop refrcshmciits, which will he served to those who wish, connlt Itiif of h e cream, lemonade ami home made candles. The liel'ckahs. auxiliary to the ( dd Follows, will celehrate the sixtieth 11 unUersary of their order In odd Fel lows' hall tonlKlit. Fxlonslvc prepar ations have been made for the event, the main feature of which will he m: elaborate bnmiuot. A musical pro M'ani and brief talks by l.adlliu (l,d I'ellovvs will rhnire promlncullv. Iiamiiu: will end the cvcnluK. This Is 1 onfhb'lltly expected to le one of the moat brilliant affairs 'Iveti by the le,m(bters of liehekah which Ih in order ruled, heie, for ,dly social e en!?. liieat Inteied Is manifest In the appearance of the Kitted tenor, (Jtiido 'eieottl, of the l.mnbarilj Opera eompanv of lloston, In tills city on Thursday niuhl. Tickets lor the mtl sli'sl event have koiic rapidly and the demand continues, ImlleatlnK a I'Ik crowd In St Mary's ball on that evcnlm;. That it will be an enthtisl aslle amllciiee Is a foreKotie conclusloii In nil w ho have hail the prl ilene of liemlnK Mr. Cceeottl HI1114. Ills voice Is marvelous mid he Is at his best In daisies, wbl.'h he will render at the lecllal, lie wll sIiik tenor parts from "Carmen." "Alda," "1 iloeonda," "Cmallerla Itustlcana." "l'anllacel" an, other famous operas, and his ren dition i,f these selections has been compared favorably Willi the world's 1 .11 1 1 i 11 1 singers. , Are 011 thlnkliiR of bin Inc. a pi in 1 '.' lo you want (he best In the market? Stcinwiiy, A. II. Chase, Solimer, also ilieaper Klailes, iuldrcss A. S. (loriiiall. (leneral liellvery, or phone 1 r. ; r. . Hep. leseiillnu Hie old reliable li'ni Knh.ht Campbell Music Co. Flxc-O-t ne Is the phone you want; Cull Five -it-Two when tinny. To either we respond so quick It almost make you dlzzv. BRYANT'S tulck rnriN-l lel. and Mes.senr'rii. HrlcU, Common Hrlck, I line. T DISTRICT COURT TO I Grand Jury Not Expecteu lo Make Report; Jury Trials Set For September 25; Civil Suit Decided. The expeted grind of the district court for the sc ond Judicial district will likely bcifin today, since the Fnited States court will have finish ed II lubors before noon. Whether or m the territorial grand Jury will report, however, is another matter. There la plenty of time for this body to report Its Undines as the petit Jury was summoned to appenr not earlier than September 25. The civil docket will doubtless tie taken up asaln today before JudKe Abbott, nit Una; tn open court, on non-Jury casea. Mrs, K. C. Whitson yesterday ob tained Judgment attains! W. B. Mllli- ken for $a00 together with Interest and costs at S per cent per annum from June 15, 1S07. In order to se cure the payment of thla amount Fred Hey n ws.H authorized to sell cer tain peraonsl property of the defend ant among which is a piano and stove and other household articles, and to apply the proceeds to settling; the Judgment and the cost, and the amount left over will he returned to the defendant. W. B. Milllken. II New State Pageant Expected to Bring Out Crowd Which Will Pack Armory; Dalicing Follows, Weeks of worry and preparation end tonight in the spectacular New State carnival. It expected that one of the largest crowds ever gathered In the Armory will view the pageant and join in the carnival revelries ami dancing. This Is a vastly pretentious undertaking and is to be an entire success. The full dress rehearsal was held In the Armory last night and the costuming Is exceptionally pretty and absolutely accurate. It will lie a gay scene, Indians, Spanish troiibadors, cow hoys and girls) and every other western type will be in evidence, all the characters Impersonated by well-known people of the city. The society girls are to as sist at the booths anil the beauly and social prominence of Albunuenpic will be represented. Over seventy five people, participate in the state hood hpcr-taile which ends Itl the singing of "The Star Spangled Hau lier." Dancing will commence Immedia tely after this extravagant feature of entertainment and continue the en tire evening. The best In music Is to be provided for the terpslchorean en tertainment. This feature, it Is ex pected, will be an added inducement to the amusement public. Fveryhody is urged to come and as sured of the time of their lives. If on imWI a mrm-nter, iclcplioue Hewaelilen, phone .177. CHRISTIAN CHURCH CLASS GIVES CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT FOR Y. M. C. A. J The "Searchers," a Sunday school class of the Christian church, are to give a concert In the church Friday night for the henerit of the Y. W'. l A. This is one of n relics of entertain ments which the various churches have undertake p In behalf of the Y. W. C. A. $5,000 campaign which Is under way. A dozen little girls are the partici pants In the latest benefit and are lie in p directed by their teacher, Mrs, I. J. Ml.e, Mrs. C. II. CartirH will be accompanist. The program to be rendered is as follows: I'll IgTII III. I'lano Solo Hazel Carnes Heading- -"Which Side Are You "ti?" . . . Nile Strnmiiulst I'lano solo Itentrlce Hill Ilea, ling - "A flood I'rnver" ... ... v... . . . ienia Frown Bolo an, chorim "Dolly, You Must !u to lied" Hazel Carnes and class Heading "John Jenkins Sermon" Helen I.lml Dialogue "Playing You Are Crown l"p" Frances and Carol Leeds Solo and chorus "Doan' Ye Cry. Ma Honey" Wlnlircd Williams, rte atrlee Hill, Ida Skinner and entile class. Ten-minute nildress Miss Saxc Chorus - "i !l e tn the Y. W. C. A." Class In coiineetlon with this and other cut, rlainmcnts given for the benefit of the Y. W. C. A., It speaks well fur the cause that so many of the church es have pledged a certain amount. In cluding SR from the Lead Avenue McthoiliM, $:it from the I'reshv teri ill "ohl.e.l M,.,l.,ide, Flr-t I'ap- tlft; 15 St. Johns' Episcopal; .15 mnl J:'.n in. in the Christian church. WALLACE HESSELDEN General ronlraefoi. Figures and workmanship count. We amarantea more for your money than any other contractlnn firm In Alhu nurque. Office at the Superior Plan ing Mill. I'hone S77. FORMALLY BEGIN WQHKTODA CARN OCCURS THIS EVE C Corsets Today An exceptional line of high grade Corsets, selling regularly at $1.75 to $2.00, Special today only 98c SHE-TIE ITER Agricultural Commissioner Cot trell Has Warning; "South west Trail" Gives New Mexi co Best of It. "Don'f I.'se Too Much Water," Is the advice of H. M. Cottiell, agricul tural commissioner of the Hock Is land system, ii, the leading editorial In the Si p" n hi r number of "The Southwest Trail." the Hock Island development maealne As a result of the recent exten'led trip through New Mexico by Mr. Cot trell anil" the 'editiwr of the Southwest Trail, the September number of that publication Is almost filled with splendid Illustrated articles about the rcHourics of that part of the new state reached by and tributary to the Hock Island lines. There Is a most Interesting story of iho .o,0,00(l-ucre Pn.ltirlto project near Tm umcarl; the Cltiz.ens' ditch enterprise at Santa Uosa; the Mlmbres valley pumping dbtrlct; the Alamorgordo district, "where water and electrical power development will work wonders," the "Henutlful Tularosa valley," the I'tc creek project at I.ogan, N. M.; and various other articles of eitial Inter est, all well Illustrated, about New Mexico. Don't I'se Too Much Water. The following Is Mr. Cottrcll's iloilble-leaded, black Italic, top col umn advice to New Mexico farmers. A year ago there was little Interest in Irrigation along the Hock Island lines. Today there are practical irri gation plans that will put one million acres under Irrigation In the dry farming territory or the southwest served hy the Hock Island lines, and when the work is completed this will become one of the great Irrigated sec tions of the world. The large Irri gation developments are In southwest Kansas and in eaatern New .Mexico and provide for the Irrigation of hun dreds of thousands of acres by water from streams ami hundreds of siiuire miles by water from wells many ' flowing and others from which the water has to be pumped. Important but smaller areas arc being develop- j ed in Colorado, iiKiammia and lexns. All through this territory land Is now being irrigated by men new to the work, and almost every irrigated field Is being glvi.n t,,o much water an, too little tillage, greatly to the detriment of crops and fruit. The one thing these mw irrigators will have to learn Is to use Intense I . W A NTFD Experienced sales ladies nt the F.votiomiM, Snecial Hitenlioll raid to .vervthlnir V lire hllit.llliir no a luiain.iuB l.v..i,- stnnd endeavor to please, Money sav- eu on oui-ui-iow ii oiucrs. ADVISES ROCK ISLAND IN I'os Ti ) I I It I ; l'HAUMAt'Y. riioue i:2. You won't have to stop and think about your appearance, if you wear one of these fine, new suits, made especially for us by Hart Schaffner & Marx There is something about them that makes you feel right and you don't know why; it's kind of an unconscious feel ing that you're well dressed. There's a lot of "snap" to these new English models blues, grays and browns. Better look in while there's a wide selection. Suits $20 and up; Raincoats $24 Other good suits $14 up; other good raincoats $15 up. This is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. SIMON STERN, THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER. tillage and as little water as possible. In the best potato growing irrigat ing section, this crop ia watered two to four times only during: the season. I he rows are ridged high and a small stream of water is run through the deep furrow between the rows. The water Is never allowed to get deep enough in the furrow to touch the tubers. The soil below the tubers Is naked Just enough to be thoroughly dampened. In most Irrigated soils, If the water ts allowed to touch the potatoes, disease Ktarta immediately and the vines are either killed or else produce many potatoes the size ot marbles, but none large enough to cook. I Inspected a field of potatoes In New Mexico, the first crop the grow- had trU'd under Irrigation. Water is poured on the Held until the ridges and plants were both covered and then the land was left untitled until It began to crack. Just enough water should have been run through the furrows to have thoroughly dampened the ridge and the field I should have been thoroughly culti vated us soon as dry enough. A man with a good windmill built storage tank and was Irrigating an apple orchard. The ground was cov ered with water every day and, of course, no cultivation could be given. Tlie leaves were turning yellow, mid unless the watering is stopped the trees VIII soon he dead. Once in two weeks would be ample to irrigate that orchard and each irrigation should be followed by deep cultivation At Fort Collins and (ireeley, Colo., Is one of the most skillfully irrigated and most productive areas in the I'nltod States. A 'few years ago n farmer In that section nought 160 acres and had money to buy enough water to Irrigate, but half of It. lie gave his land Intense cultivation and soon found that his eighty-acre wa ter right furnished ample water for the 160 acres. Tie cave still more in tense cultivation and four years ago sold half of his eighty-acre water right because the other half supplied all the water he needed for Hit) aces. This farmer has a reputation throughout the state for large yields. Another farmer in the same section secured unusually large yields with every crop. He worked his land twelve times before seeding, using plow, disc, harrow and levelcr and use,! water sparingly. Irrigated land needs the same thorough tillage advocated by dry farming experts, and then the least amount that will keep the plants up to their best. Kxeesslve watering lowers the yield and injures the iiuality. A New Mexico farmer last ha, a short supply of water greatly to his regret could only ply during the season a ipiantity fl' lent to cover the ground one yea r and n p- Kll I' ll, ol deep. Another farmer had plenty of water, used It to the limit and during the season applied enough to cover the land to a depth of thirty-two ieet. ,'lls crops were a failure. "While you are getting, get a plenty" does not secure success In Irrigation when plenty means too much. Land is valued for what It will produce, and nothing will cut the values of Irrigate, land along the Hock Island so ipilekly and so severe ly as the excessive watering that Is now being given. DuN'T I'SK TOO Ml'l'li W'ATFU. Cl'LTlVATK IN TFNSFLY. 11. M. COTTKKLL, Agricultural Commissioner, Hock Is land Lines. -A BIDS ASKED FOD Indian Service Advertises For' Proposals to Construct One; at San Felipe and One at Isleta Pueblo, The bureau of Indian affairs lias advertised for bids for the construc tion of two new bridges authorized i hy the government across the Rio t.rande. An appropriation of $5,500 was made by congress for this pur- pose and the two structures are to! be located at Important points, one ) at San Felipe pueblo north of this j city, and the other at Isleta. twelve j miles south. Kach bridge U to be, approximately nine hundred feet tn length and they are to be of the most modern and permanent steel con struction. It is expected that the . contracts will be let in the near fu- ture. As far as possible Indian lab- j or is to be employed in building the bridges. Results From Journal Want Ads BRIDGES If! E SATURDAY AT Town Precinct Favors Mayor Percy Wilson For District Judge; Ranchman Thrown and Hurt, Hpeelal CnrrMpnriinr tn Mnrnlea JnnrnilJ Silver City, x. sr., Sept. l'.i. i:,.. publican precinct conventions were held today to elect delegates to the Crant county convention which meets next Saturday to nominate county officers and tg Select delegates to I he state republican convention to be hel, In Las Vegas September 2 to in .mi nt ( congressional, state and judicial officers, l'he eimnly convention vvl be composed of 103 delegates and that number, it Is supposed were elected today. No returns lrom t hc country precincts have been received here. The Silver City precinct con vention Is in session tonight, and un doubtedly will elect delegates to tho judicial convention favoring Hmi. Percy Wilson, present mayor of Sil ver City, or district Judge. L. K. Shipp, a prominent and well- known cattleman nail his horse run into a wire fence Saturday. Shlpp was thrown off and over the leii'.i and one of his shoulders was so bail- ly Injured he was brought to Silver City and placed in a hospital. SEPARATE SKIRTS With five dollars to invest in a new fall Skirt you may have your pick of a num ber of particularly good styles that are up-to-date in materials and in design made especially to sell at the low price of $5.00 each MOTOR CAPS If you have not already se cured one of our smart lit tle Motor Caps that are just the thing for motor ing or street wear, look at the ones we have on dis play this week. Every body will be wearing these caps this fall, so choose now, while the assortment is complete. COLLISTER NTION SILVER CITY FERGUSON 8