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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING. JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1912
' gtMMMBBMMiMnaMMMMBM aa.-M . I 220.127.116.11 1 1 tf CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Stove, flangr-a. House KurnlNtilngr TJocMle, Cutlery, Tool, Iron 11 PC Valve ami lutings, lluinblng, Heating, Tin and Copper Work. SIS W. CKNTIIAI. AVK. TELEI'llONE SIS y Hart-Shaffner & IWarx New Spring Suits, $20 to $35 OOoOO ' J J 1 Annctioini S!ale f Styleplus Clothes, $17.00 the Suit Z Stfc. A ULtAN UAIKT lOll ITIUIUI-U T T O ; $ TELEPHONE 420 SIX. CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA J a , w JJld YOU Know that wc sell a lame pack age of PEARLINE at 2Gc It contains more Pcarlinc than there is in 7 small packages and you only J get 6 packages of the small for 25c. LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers . Undertakers and Knibulmcr. Prompt acric-n Day or Melt. T)l-li"io 75, Itcshlonc SNA, Hiroiig Itlk., (.kipper and Hefond. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST Word's Store HOMlCrt 11. W A lift, Mr. SIS Mil r bio Are. riiotie SOS Wanted Weinman, -Nurse it'l l. Apply Mix. 1. 708 West Copper. In the event tbat you should not receive your anornlng pa- per, telephone tho POSTAL 1 'IFLi.'GKAPH CO., giving your n Mir i noil address end the pa- per will be delivered by a ape- da! messenger. The telephone I tin. HO. . S5.00 Itcwanl $r.(M) Tho above reward will be icj for tho arrest and ron- vit'llon of anyone caught steal- - Iiie copies of the Morning Journal from the doorway of - subscribers. jolhnai. runuaniNa co. IvVI III It ItKI'OltT. Poll Tax Now Due Pay at John Lee Clark's First and Central. HAIRDRESSING Manicuring . llmliU Mado I'n front "Swlp hcli)isi- Comblm.'.. Miumpoi lug -Facial demising;- MRS .CLAY Opp. p. o.- -I'lmne R!l WALLACE HESSELDEN Central I imtraiiora. Figures and workmanship count. We guarantee more for your money than unv other comrrictltig firm In Al buquerque. Offloe at M ITUKHt PLAMNfl MII.U Phone 911, I' or the twenty-four houra ending at o'clock ealsrday nftcrnoon. Maslinitin Icinp.'runire, r.H; nillil tii 1 1 1 1 1 , 22; range, .17; tern petal u iv lit II o'clock. 112; iioithwcHl winds; partly cloudy, I , Hr. Conner, Osteopath, 6 Stern bldg. Wnnicu CI, tin, I'otlon rur ut the Morning Journal office. M. II. Foray the, it drug broker of I I Pa,o, h in thu city loolvlliH ul'ItT Ilia llnilc lure, J. A. 'haven, government polio of fh rr t San Felipe pueblo, una a hitst ius.i isltor here yesterday. .Mrs. I. J. Hall of 1 3 I fi North Her oin! nln el, who ban I II quite HI Willi ti iini lit IX. In reporteil better. News has been received by friends beta ol Hie serliiu Illness In Sciittlo or Andrew I'taser, formerly or thin place. lr. .mi, Mm. A. I. Pike left last iiUlit I or their homo In Hominy, Itlil., called theln by tho dentil of ttlvll. only ilaii;:hlei , Margaret. A regular meeting of the ! ratcrn.il lliolh.th I will tie Itchl Monday evc- mIim:, l ehiualy I:', lit K o'elork III Odil l'ello' hill. H- onbr of Hie preM- llelll. 1-: 1 1 i : I Wa'llllllf. Heelel II I'y. The I'hll.ilhea elaKM of the Hieh laiel MeiloMllfl ehureh Holiday hi load 1.I..H Will t-He their IIKUHl H.llUI'day ai I1M10..11 tea ;.l the looiie of Mm. Me" wr, tail Koolll Afllii mreet, ll'oiil 2 :H to a p. in. M'hi' lloioe .MiMiintniry mn'letv of lb. I X X t X t ? y v X V ? X X X x V X I X y y y x X GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Roy L. Crouch's Entire Stock Consisting of Watch and es, Lyiamonds, Fine lewelrv of every description going at auction. The chance of a life time to buy fine Jewelry at less than cost. Auction begins Thursday, Feb. IS Don't forget the date, Thursday, February 1 5 t y y y y y y y y y y y y V yi y y y y IT (Till? LAST VORI IV CIX3THIXG.) We guarantee fit and quality and you do not run any risk of hav ing to pay for something you don't want. Htop In, try on any of these Huits: see for yourself just how they fit and look and be satisfied before you part with any money, Si'f our new Stjloplii!) Blue Serjros at $17.00. Vou ran not bent tlieru for S-'O.OO any iduce. A Rood assortment of new Spring Shirts, Hats and Shoes now on display. Simon Stern CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER ROY L. CROUCH 205 West Central Avenue t y y y y y t y y y y y 5: f I t y y y I r I i. 1 1 1 1 1 1 , MethoillNt ihurh will not holjl the UHllal nientlllu Tllewlay leiiioon on uei'oiint of the Krow Will (Hit linn Hi i Inl Ten to lie (siven by Mrn. T. Scully anil Mm. .lexner at the home of the latter, from l!;:io until d. Hvery oiio Invited. Hinted oesHlon of llallut Abynd Tem ple, Monday evening at 7.!lrt o'eloels. lleHldea the remilar htiflnens thet will be M nmoki'r, lunch and a musical pro Kram lias been tirraiiKed for. All Noblea are rciiucHlcil to report at thin meetiii). the niiinher of ticket Bob) to dale, for tho hall, Ko an to enable the entertainment c,mmllt to make their arrnnnetiieitls aeeorUUiHty. I'rotn all InilleatloiiH the crowd will he Inriie and wo want to Hie that ei'ery one had a koo( time. All vlHltlnx liuldc ale Melconui. lly order of the l'otcii lale. Jlarry liraun. recorder. (iallup I'4ie Toiil, SO.r.O yr Ion. Al ice l'uel Co. riione 351. FRENCH & L0WBER runnal and I'd I Hilt I It I II otn.-e Diir rim SPRINGER; TRANSFER CO. illj.;!il:ClS, - i t.ioi Ml 4 1 N I It riione .Mia Expert Draymen Storage Warehouse Connection. 'I cm tier S Billed. An expeileticeil teacher, fatulll.ir with the HpanlHh lanuuaue, needed cotmtty neb, iot In Houthern Niw Mi xk i . A loMK I' l in and liberal al- irv oiiered. AddtiSH M. A. Midlnn, li . I field. M, M. in : jThc Best Preventive Known for I All Kinds of Diseases n e w oiooas ! ' . . . ir on- AZTEC Fuel Co.! id Sanitary this kind Prompt IS pliiioldnit In your home of work, cull or phone addition ami good re- 4 2") I J. D. DRUMMOND, 116 South Third St. I l.iri;,- BHsorilm nt of ltllirH kept 1st 1 Granite,'" Wv 1. l pi. iv a i run I't tr nlw sriviNc; direct from AI-LliT LUMP COAL C M LUt siovi: COAL ALL KINDS OF WOOD mi:thhih i; mi tc.Mj I.UK INM l!.M i: i of Milwaukee. N. I I K M I It, Manacea. Ill Ninth ltd St. lhne S74 IV" pt.lCft rn c! is-1 lint" ol hLTTS SI 1:IX- BLOCH tt-r. N. V :o.. tf Hod It s We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND Mitt CO. HISTORIC SUNNYSIDE The ONLY Place HOTEL CUISINE PERFECT SERVICE NEW THROUGHOUT GARAGE ACCOMMODATIONS STREET CARS PASS THE HOTEL. PHONE 313 .selections, and a social hour concluded the enjoyable session. The Swastika class of the Congre gational church, composed of young men of the Sunday school, held a pleasant gathering in tho church par lors, Friday evening, enjoying an hour of recreation following on the study hour. The ladles of the Lead Avenue Methodist church will give ft supper In the church parlors, Saturday, Feb ruary 17. , The Hot Hands Committee say hn tickets for the Leap Tear ball, Feb ruary 29, are going fast, 'the .n tondanee promises to be greatly aug mented by out of town Masons and their ladies who will be here to wield pencil and program at the brilliant affair. Ho, as the Shrinerg commit tee has determined to make good in every way, this, the Shriners' annual ball, will be the best thing they have ever attempted, and will long be re-l membered by all who attend. There will be' amusements for all; the club room entertainments for those who do not dance will be a special feature. Tickets can be had from Past poten tate Cushman at Washburn's store, Noble '. A. Wright of Wright's Curio store, corner Third and Gold, or from Noble Paul Teutseh, rooms 3 and 4, Grant building. Positively but one lady admitted with each ticket. lminty refreshments in courses, a la Shrine "Go as you please."- lated in a systematic manner; as It is there too much favoritism practiced in its distribution. Another thing that hurts thU valley la the dis crimination in freight rates. It costs K5 cents per 100 pounds of produce from Denver to Albuquerque, r, u'5 miles. From Albuquerque to Kl Paso, $1.25 per 100 pounds of produce, 2li miles. Carload lots from Las Crupes to Chicago, about 2,000 miles, li5 cents pp. 100 pounds. How is that? Now I would make u suggestion relating to good roads: If a law could be enacted similar to tho Call fornia wide tire law, and do aw:iy wiin xneso narrow tires that are re sponsible for chuck hides and ruts and save BO per cent of expense in keeping roads in repair, It would bu one step forward. In tile meantime, let's work for a creamery. We can raise feed in this valley for ,10,001) cows. They work every day.' Stall crops seldom fail; no .blight or luit;s to tight, and it is a source of sure mid steady income. Would also advise the planting of brown corn. Yours for success, A. M. KKUGER If you need a, w reenter, telephone Heiselden, phone S77. CREAMERY BIGGES I NEED, DECLARES HER QUICKE L AUTO COMPANY FARMER ttaaitlMMMML Feed Crops and Put Fertility Back in Soil and Put Quarter Million Yearly in Circulation in Valley. Alameda, N. M., Feb. 10. The Morning Journal: I would like to add a mite to the present farmers' hooKtinjr wave that seems to be now on and also wish to add a few truths about the farming proposition In the Kio Grande vnM.'.v that vou city farmers are not awart of and a good many valley farmers, I for that matter. The rann'TV proposition and city market is all will looK oaeK ana New Finn Will Handle Every Kind of a Buzz Wagon and Ship in Carload Lots, That the automobile business Is looking up fast in this city is again demonstrated, this time by the organ ization of a new automobile dealers' concern, to be known as the Korber Uuli kel Auto company, and consist ing ol' Jacob Korlier and Cortes S. Cjuli kel. This company has the agency for Ford and Huli k cars, and will handle torpedo, runabout, road ster, touring car and every other va riety l eiiuired, including; auto deliv ery wagons, while a complete stock will be maintained of all kinds of au tomobile accessories and parts. The company will ship in carload lots and give the buyer the benefit of the freight reduction, thus assuring lower prices than purchasers of individual cars. The companv'a headquarters will b,. in the Korber building, on North Second street. Local automobile owners will espe cially appreciate tho convenience 't being able to procure their auto pans and accessories right on the ground without waiting until they are sent find my letter you puMisbed last year about the creamery proposition, the 77TTT! Z , . , ,., ..,,.,... i,.. L .rr,i,ii ,nmv Miss (.race Caldwell who is to take Society. (Continued Iom l'a One.) in.t f..r the I.ll initial ,l... ,, M Fellows' , ,, Vedii, -.l i iitchl. I'll .ai.iti,.n the lil.i:l ale till In ., I , , i,i '''li.' I .mm ipuleil As quit. ,, I - i nt. hi Hi. ,.IHUtf of I'chlilali' ,, It' VH N i.:hlors will be Ii.,m- at i, dam no: puty In Hibl l-. ll, Mp This Is Hi.' I, li), of U series ,, ilatieei ilMI VMM l,e Ul IO M ' St III.! , . t h pri w hs cnli.yablo ,t,. , , n;,1M , t, ol I l I its IVM l I.I l. "in hitii me I bv the hositeK l).e,it at the I Mm h jlCMlll lit Piiccs Are Wry Attractive $18 to $35 HAHN COAL On Orrllloe Mote l.allup Mine miom: ti. ANTHHAtlTI". Cole. Mill Wm-1. tlart.irf Itru k. lire 1a. Santa I f Itrti k. t .miiiM.n Itrh k. I lm AI L M7.l:. STK.AM CtlAL Vnwl. WimhI, Netlie Klndlln. fir Tin Weoi.ina Catholie toder of I "I'M.!. I,, Id their inxiali.it,., i, of otlicit Tborwlay afternoon, and had j.i so. i.,1 hoar and lunc h following the . . . niom. . practii Hlb l!,, rntire I in. int., ,'itp tul li.-d out for the nrfalr inn, I the HtterniMin pa-wd pleasant ! . 1,1,1 "ultoi InstMlUtt Were H. f,,. t,.w i -ho i rnr.arr. Mr?. Ilt h n nick- ni.iii. hi -f. Mrs Mnn lulling: r r im,! i retarv. Slr. Neih,. xi,,,,. .In t'ti..h. Ixl n-fret.,r . HHtite Uo, i,.r , tt iit,-es. Mary Keleher. Ter.-ea With ,nl Anri Mnrn. P.-nlilii'l. rnl,i,n.. ir.o.l hikI Minnie Kirke. coTiH,ett,r. ' ' li. i ,i iiicr and J, ne l,iiKh- , Ml lit II ! l I n:v Clll!a5liburn(Ca;! GiIGG0 MILL AND lUMBfR COMPANY rlll !.- My Hiiiol. r th pultentx ,1 s.imtoriom. i'l i i M 1 o c l k. in r:.,m ba. t-e. n , s. i k who i m n ait Hie Pie, ":.r th 1;I.UsUhI'v ; ir, d t i j it A. II. C MtltOII.. Manarrr, Everythlrs na4 In Buiid;ni u V,- MiMifai turoe cf nnrnrr Ttilrd ad MantevtM, Conttructlon. Oui rMOIITH." rtioB s. 4' a PIHH 1 1r.SITS. V.id in meaure and fttlrj In )tur oii h Am. t I -IK K. Mil l I n. flew a IS. HIS W. M.ie. - the eilioyiible i oneerts Jncltnllng solos by Ml.s Him. IIhikcI, and Itobert He Well, and riMillngs by Hazel Cox. in addition to these numbers there will la- s h i lions bi the High school or chestra, so tlio afternoon .i .musea well in the way of musical entertainment. These informal mnsnales are grnallv enjojed by u,,. Hhut-lns, who anlh I pale each ulkilr and enjoy mry one thoroughly. An all-day quilling bee was held Thursday, at the home of Mia. J. II. Moser. when the iiicuihvrs of the I -lilies' Aid six b ty f the Central ISup iit Church, were the guests and work ers, lax h ladv brought her own lunch and with the delicious coffee nrovid, .1 . a tine spread whs en noon recree t bn hour. . work "as accomplished as a toe all-ciav session, and (he 'iigiiii.il crowd managed to have a rlbt k I tune, while being Indus trious. Mrs K. C. ISutler, onlv ni-cntlv re turned to the etty utter a years eli. seine, him r.-sn tiled her a.'tlvities a me,iilr of the Chiistlun church, .ml wan hostel, on Thursdav after noon to the entire enjresat i,,n and th. ir trii iids at a d.-lir-ht f i m-wIhu pa,t. Mrs. I.utl.r s n.w home is t - Noiih Finn str,.t. end It was io ded n efternoon with a throng of t w orkers ami aileats A XH ial hour MI), ,t,.intv r, ft. l,ni. ius rmbii thr plcaiuint an.rnoon The IVcshiL-rlan Aid s.m i, t. one of the -hi ( l.-nl , hur. h auxiliaries. 1mm, tig a Wnnhingion birth.lav t-l-el raio.n. that will he .,, -ihing like." the halKlsonie home of Aire. Harrv stror.g win W the M-ne of the oliv I .nil oUiM.tat. H a i ranged social affa r. and th llln. tfe,l. ih. Hll.rn.w.n P. br-iarv T.-niatixr plan, were le tor ih- pint mi n, . -i.i jt.i.sdav. ai .ir. H-iM s residence. The jooiiiUr. of the ri-nwniiiw are M--I.I.iti... Kr. , Canfi.id Um Hironr I 1 ' i-ntt. i;. tt 1 1 ( . M I ' VV" 'r"' M'l'gr Was ho-!,,- ; . ..ft. rf.-n. to th ,, ,.., i-tv ,.f ih- IVnETrsationKl . hur. h .s l1.,.., the earlier ut- n. I.;r rr;t :..,, in t r..irrm ler.vrvtl. di.clsiiieJ hi nrna.n at "the Kconomist,'' Is now in th" Kastern market, making selections of pert In everything I times today than then. I say creamery is worth a hundred can- .....1 ..!.. re),..., uA. starting them nil around us with less'"" ,,"- """ lavorable conditions and inakhitf a ! Hnery. Miss Caldwell, success of them. The most success ful farmers in this country today are those who teed all cropa themselves and put It back on fhn land in the shapo of manners. A creamery to supply this market with butter and cheese would put over S2.iil.liou year ly in circulation here. Another thing that would help this valley immensely, is for people who have lauds to sell to put a fair valuation on it. Present prices are entirely' out of proportion to the returns vou get as a farming proposition. Where they raise alfalfa in the east they get as much per nere In tons as here, but it's worth from J IK to 122 per ton. In California they get two and three times more hav per acre per year than here and they get more for their alfalfa. Hut the land here Is frora 2. to lift per rent higher In price. Now, as regards to-date In mil who is Hit ex pertaining to headwear nnd accessories, comes from the nilllinerv establishment of Gauc 'llrothera of pw Yorlr and ('hlenirn and Is considered one of the best In her profession. She writes that ah' is busy purchasing a beautiful as sortment of hats, shapes, etc., which will arrive shortly. Ncithv tit Santa I'c Fmploies. Tickets for Nort hw csiern l'niverilr Olee club, of Cvanston, III., F!k' opera house WVdnesday evening, Feb ruary 14th, will be banded beads of departments for distribution Tuesday morning: all miscellaneous depart ments please cnl! nt baggage oUi'''. Hons open to public at H.2.r. Mill s M I : llomc-niaile raris-t ami rugs al Hie wi-uvitx I II I S. 1 1 1 1 on car line. water for irrigation purposes. Let every farmer put In a pumping plant! The beat saddle horses to te had It nd quit usln- ditch water. In three the city are at W. L. Trlmble'e, 111 )ears the land w ould not produce the' North Second 6treet. Phone t. Heed that ie planted titilexM some form J of suitable fertilizer la used. The liioj 1. There a ltillMtfrV Tru-I Grande made this valley what It Is. I Washington. Feb. 1. To dctcrmin oil ill, ..in, -"".': .i.,.7 ! r if ther t. l.i 1 limulnM ,r,,w, the ll parunent of Justice Is Inquiring ml ' the oriraniz ition and c, iteration of th'-i rs. I The organization has branchcn or chapters in many cities. , TI If bss plant fMd which is spread on the bind every time it is Irrigated. one . Vh. :a .ha " !--.'."-' "f nm rs. if at ilfpth of twenty ferf r untr'- Tb- fift .it-fo.-a, a t aw- ia .1AV. V . will ao to It: een thei " ,.i,r .1 s,., iii.iiy lliills, I.., r. "I (exercise. Insufficient mastication food, ronstlpation, a torpid liver. wr- rv and anxiety, are the most cou in" f .(.in,., h Iriitil.teS c,,rre'"i veuelation will go to it: een riiiiimcii ctttonwot,d treet. run away: from It. If all rountry r.eipl woubi draw their wer. 5 to lia fet for ...11.IO.Ill ..T.PO. .-B .I.A. 1 1 I - - ' e . e .... ,. en .if , , v. i H-....i.a ... cause. rent more inrriv n,'i i,rl,,r ik.irlV"ur habits and take Chamberlain" tiM.lulnr.il l.v mer.il Mr. What ..I Stomach and Liver Tablet. step r.,.. "HI I want i the nt. of ditch w si on rlrncp be well again. F. en.! r Sole .ai VAlOTIcf Strong's Book Store 'Your Money Back If You Want It,'