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. ? FOUR. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL .MONDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1912. EXCELLENT CAST WEW MEXICO HAS DONATION FOR ITS RIVERS FOR UNIVERSITY COLLEGE PLAY Cladding to Appear in Stellar Role of "Brown of Harvard"; Frank Lanham to 'Direct the Production. 'ttrunn of Harvard," was I t jj f 1 hi I hn l'riiKfx theater. New York City, Willi run of eighiein months. Tlii plsy was treated by Henry Wood rui'f. who was i mt'ilmsr idol timl a ll.uvar, umn. The original oast mms pi iiti-fpaU i' !() w iiimi in ihMi iIobI professions. Tlii' piece met "itli iremeii.Jwiiii Kill I IKS In the east, hut was nifn-r brought vsi because e.f the lat'Kc oust. iimklliM II too expen sive for long tours. The lilny I true to college life ml liiiriulu) i a the many character you neitiallv t slid knew while von wrrr In college. The plav is well mUoteil I" university students be cause their cvery-day Hie In the n miKphere attempted In Ihi' !lnv. practically cvi-ry liiirm li'i- I trin and ri'rtiii(ntiV of every nnh ci-sny. Gladding lll piny the rolf created liv Mr. Woodruff In the original com pany (i nil Areii the difficult role of "Th'm-fi." Ihe stroke onr. I,emhke will be seen s a typlial rolline man ami the dlrei tor advises all patrons to keep an eye on Jay A Hen us 'Tubby Anderson." nn he w 1 1 1 la- n knoik ntil In that role. Andrews will plav tin' role of "Happy' Thurston, while Mr. lmhiiiii will mar " "Colior, the Gambler," You will have an opportunity t ...... iliiinhimLn In u tii.w role, tak- the part that .nulla hlni In real that of Comli oi trie iiurvnru crew. Thla part was taken originally by Harvard s crew coachf anil thla will Hilfl touch of rnnllty to the play. The ladles tune hern well rant with Misses I Tint, 1-cml.kw, Crlsmnn anil Howell. The play conlulna a distinct plot Interwoven with worlds of comedy an it Hhonhl he by far the heal amaleiir production yet attempted In Ihia city. lleheursals have hecn In progress fur aotne week ami there only re mains now a little policy to makefile piece well worthy of preaeiitalluii. The ulnae Bclllnua ami nil aeenlr and elertrlcal effects have hcen plae eil ln the hands of Mr. liuhoff. who haa klnd'y consented to assist the unlvcraily In tho pnnltn lion. The ni re lacl that he has agreed to iln thla assures the proper acltlna anil trowe true iiuiiiin HS obtained at Han a rd. Ing I If- SPECIFIC GRANT MADE OF 100 THOUSAND ACRES Congressman Fergusson Calls Attention lo Available Re source For Rio Grande Improvement. That New Mexico already has lwft. 0110 acrea at her disposal to ralae a fund for the Improvement of thu Mow of tho Klo irai.'de la the iniportniit fact pointed out In the followliiK h't ter Juki received from I'onKiewonun Kcrnuaaon; Kchrmiry 7, IS 12. The Alhuiieriiie MornliiK Journal, Alhuiiieriiie, New Mcxi Hlra I note the dlHcuaaton Koltm on in the newapapera of .New Mexico tiralriK an n ppropilat ion of laiidH for the heiietlt of the Klo Urn nflu. I write thla heraiiHO I think It niunt have lieen overlooked that In the hill I which hecaine n law In lxox, which I Introduced while del'Klite In con KlexH, niude InlKe donntluiia of pulillc lnnila for vurloiia puiiioHea. There waa a npecltle donation oi' Kiii.OUO inrea of land lor the Itlo tliumlc. That land hn never hecn aelertcrt wo far aa I know. Would It not lie hot ter, therefore, for the atate aiilhorltlea to have that land aelccted anil tiae II for the purpose for .which It waa do nated rafher than to try to itet an other donation now? It aeema ao to me, eapeclally, aa we are In ao much need of national aaaiatance In hullil ln; a permanent ayatem of laming roada In New Mexico, Including Xee Mexlco'a portion of the propoaed grent National hlahwny, projected from ocean to ocean. The aovernment tulKht alan he made to aoe that It would lie wall for Kov ernment purpoaea and Intcreata, auch aa fori'dt reaervea, Indian reaervatlona and Kovernment hoapltnla, like theme at Kort llaynrd and Fort Wanton, to make the donation for public road purpoaea. Heaped fully, 11. H. KKHCU'KHON', Kt. f . 1... 1 4lrMl-llllLv Hie iiii, i..niiM"iii ,,. .r. ptwdmllon, haa hlmaelf hail profen alonal tluairliul experience, havluK pluycit with Iuitln I'ariihain in the Vlrninlnn." and laler with l'uiil tlll nmre In the "Mummy and Ihe lluin nilna lilnl" mid "I'aplaln 1 a-homilr." The eiiilre piocecila from the per formance will ao to the Athletic a aoclatlon of the uiiivc rally, mid while t vi rv patron la aaamed that he will receive hla money a worth III Ihe pro duction, at the name lime a worthy i.uifo la hi Inu advanced. Thoee people of A llunUcrpie who hnve . i'ii Ihe New York productions are epo. lolly Invited to nit end thli' t.lecc and he Jimt aa (illlial as Ihey pleaae. The dale ol pi t loi iiialo e haK hci li Kit lor Monilai, Kcluuaiy l!th. MONSTER PETITION STATE WILL FORCE TO FRONT SAYS KANSAS CITIAN ASKS RETURN OF FR.CAR1L0 Two Tliot.saiui Sii.',natuies to Document to Be Laid Befoie Father Supoiior of Jesuits at Las Ver.as Today, A i uli!i!i!l!.' ..nKi-1 il'i; of Manuel II. m l.t, Aiiiciilo ilarii.i ami Alhei'lo Arii'Kn. iln i In. n h of the Sin n il 11". nl if tin. itv. l ine.i Ih. a inorii inii i,n 1,,'k Viii-. ,,,n,n li l! t-,.ll,r M.llln lllllUl Sllpel'lol 'l the fii.cl.ti i.l J. .mm, u petition imi - eil li tii llu,if.iiol i -iiloi i e U in - lor Ihe tn ni lo the f.i, i.1 II. 1 1 1 r,.i '-'i i.t l,. v. c Hi. r i .ii iii. tin I, I., I.. I . ,.f ll,l ill, II. Il II. 'lit Iv r mot el to 1 1' I Vote, loin. Thi" pel. II. in. nlm li in i ' x .1 1 t tlviilc l kli.-.l h' 2 lii t il i-ei. . I f.illll ih.i ihe pi.ii.1 .in. I ecll ocina ! II. o .itl...i I ,i. I't.lili it- OKin.i" a 1 I e I nl In. M.nlh. Illllm. il'll Irlll V ell 1 I. I1..U1I.. - ... I'.iMi. r I iil'iii I'. H eicl.'i- IhHl hi", w.-ia 11- too - iliiiit'le 10 li. OH. 1 r i 1 -1 . .1 I l .il liiiB tone 1U1. 1 111 I hi" iiioiohI w. il'-u.-lv P oi ef.llH' III. mi Hire il .lie .liul.il ' I, I ..rti ! ..!l th.ll II, IK 'lllll-h I'm u'"'ii '. 1'' '' m tlo- to al lata'" 11 ll ti, . d a lelti r '.uildllia "ml -I 1 ...i.m 1 id! I. "I a ! Her !l- I lei . 01 li' a. 'i l ' '' 'h ' i'.iiii, I.;..; a "i'i .:, i 1.1, eo. I iii.i..uo ,n. i 1 1. m of "' II i I.. I l'"t It" I oli IM.o'nh tin i,o.. o..'o,'.i,i i. ri. .1 'i n. 1 i:ie 1 , 1 ) . ..,1.. 1 1 1 ; I -i I ol I'- ' 1.1 tii 1... is l rl I-. 1 11 l . , ' 1 , . . i: lo Iln , .,..., ,. .1 . ,,f ihi 1 . ! 1. 1.. 1 11 I ut . 1.1 ' 'i. Trv a Journal Want Ad. Results President of Commercial Club and Prominent Business Man Sees Rapid Progress For New Mexico. "New Mexico Ik umiiii H loiiahly loiKh'K to tlie front," aalil J. '. Lcalcr, v h i.-prcHlih lit of the Itldeiioiir-Haki r lirocciv company of Kanaaa t'lly. In an iniii'VHMv Willi a Mornliiu: .luiuiial repm li r , yenlerilay. Mr. I.i ler haa 1 ecu ihIiiik h tew daxa hcii with It. '. Winch, flct. New Mevlco ami Arizona reprchetitntlve ol the com pa 10 . Mr. l.iHler U one ol Ihe iiinai iiroml. si. In 111 lit hiihlniae men o' tin aildlllou lo In l" Mce-prcBldi ii of II" l.iu K.iIimi" 1 'in 1 unci i n, he la pn al dent ol the UI1I1 nour-linker .Men. in tile compaiiv ol I'm hi". I'lilo . anil al in ,vi.i, in ,. Hie KanaoM t'lly I'i'lii llierclill clllh, "I'Miuri'W haa liei n more or I. a ilow in Ihe p.ixt." an Id Mr. I.cxlii. "hull :i more l ipid loi huh I ioo eineiit IH 11.. ,oHUieii, aim er iHitt.i' hose ItiiHiiiei-a m 11 an.. The Inipi o e iiieiitie i-iio e m Ihii h.il he' 11 lilont Holt l.e.l III 1i-r IV hi. h W itllhl he t'e illv III the I llllel Still lallUet li il in to he oil men! In A I Imi ol 11 i'.ir 111:0 1 11 ml of a 1 Inn -1 lllahle 10 illlv I 'M. I lll III'!-!" ; allow mi imprmi 1 w hn Il 1 moan o il MO'. I 1 11 Km of .111,1 III pi 'ollipt lie- loll; il a Kin llli-l 1 ill I tone. I an Improvement 'n mel t ha ml ihc Hol.l, ! . of payment. v hli '1 It own hIiiin hi Ihe prut Ileal. in.. 11 ol all'aira. Ki.it. -hood will ki e j New M. Men a i. iu.e ami credit iawiv li'ooi huoie who h it inold m .'i lull" ;n 11 lemloli. oil i an collnel V a IIIX.Ix look I0MI.1I.I lo ,1 ili.ohllll'r I'l j xoor poinlaiion In the ni'vl li'il years. All, I litter nil. ,IN Moltelltell Kl -. I 111. kii 'li'-l of all einplleH I cll lllo.le. tt Mi lioi w lillloVIK rl l-l - i v In i i' f..i her miiini i-i.l. a and rllv.i - I like mi. Win it,, olir pi. . I'll' in '. II the wn to li:.t In tin wlnler lino' ' lor eiitihiiic ami oicoiie w hn ihe- cn liiul il t cult ri 11 '.' ' in the four In .. w Mi l ie 111 in valle Mo-mi It H .. .f 1 - ' ' ? " K' - '" f ' ' l ie 1 , -'w k , I , J K 1 - , j . J )--' i ll' ' '-: t.tl r :.V U CUTS RELEASED CONVICT T FIGHTS ACAINS EXTRADTON Los A'lf.els to Fate Chwn.e t cf Express Roi-btMy, , H rtat iMiMl frriml Itt t'-H M wn hi fill t-i f rtii JtiiK Sum I'riMMi. N w . will n Imi k h n t .rttl titM uti i';iv i.f M't." nn rn nifn, i hi h h' m '". 'ntc I-k t- -M1 l.v h t of H-' S lni(tl.ii mith" rIU hnrlt-f K.i , Staltttt. hf nijtn r n4-J f Ih r- I in r . 1 it t u f "fta pnt.. 11. h m 9 ' -'nt m r 'fHih tt h n rii"tttn. t U-- For $1.00 per pr. HOE 2 For $1.95 per pr. FOR eand COniDdrein Another Great Sensational SHOE Si.LE 111 -. i' 1-; . 1 For Next Six Days Beginning Today 9 a. m. Greatest Values Ever Offered 1 000 PAIRS-: SHOES ON SALE 500 Pairs Ladies' high grade button shoes, in all sizes; patent leather, gun metal and vici; in values to $3.50, on sale, choice, per pair 500 Pairs Children's and Misses shoes and oxfords in black and tan, in lace only, sizes 8 to 2, values to $3.00, your choice at the low price of, per pr. 1.0O "Better Values" "For Less" THE GOLDEN RULE co: DRY GOODS PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO'FIRST APPLICATIb.l. PftYTHIBUTETO LINCOLN One Hundred and Third Birth day Anniversary of Martyred President Will Be Observed With Special Exercises Today The iiuhlle achools or Albuquerque will tiiiluy ohaerve the hlrthday an niversary of America' martyred pres ident, Abraham Lincoln, with special exercises, commemorating the life and deeds of the mivior of his country. At the hhrh school at 9 o'clock this mornins, which is the assemhly hour, former District Attorney Oeorse S. Kloi k will deliver un address to the pupils on "Ahrnhiini Llncofn." The Eighth snide pupils will list en to an address by Colonel Edward Johnsnn. civil war veteran, and u men who knew President Lincoln during his lifetime. In the ward schools the teachers of rthe various rades will talk on the ; lite and deeds of the martyred presi dent. Fines will flout from the various school huiltllnus and from public buildings, business houses and homes in Alhuiiuerque in memory ol' the dead president. Abraham Lincoln was the sixteenth presidint of the t'nlted States. He was horn February 12. 10H, making to day his lOIld anniversary. The presi dent was shot down by John Wilkes Booth, a cowardly assassin, in . Ford's theater, Washington, on the nieht of April 14, IStia. He died the follow ing day. I lo had scarcely 'begun the serving of his second term us presi dent when the tragedy occurred. Lin coln's ancestors were English Quak ers who settled in America in the Seventeenth century. Lincoln's Ufa history is known to every school boy in the land. From an humble be ginning he rose by his own perssver ance to the highest office in' the gift of his countrymen. His public serv ices gained him a place in the hearts of the American people, not second to that of Washington and in the es timation of many he was and is yet regarded as the greatest of Ameri cans. In the great civil war, Lincoln bent everv effort to save tho union, and the war resolved Itself into one to save the union, not to destroy slav ery. In this he was successful and this earned for him the title of aavlcr of his country. ROADS WILL DARKENS THE HAIR A Simple Remedy Gives Color, Strength and Beauty to the Hair. You don't have lo have ;ray hair or faded hair if you don't want to. Why look old or unattractive? If your hair is gray or faded, you can change It easilv. quickly and effectively by us ing Wyetha Sage and Sulphur Hair Kernedy. Apply a little tonight, and tn tho morning; you will be agreeably surprised at the results from a single application. Tho gray hairs will be less conspicuous, and after, a few more applications will be restored to natural color. , , Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also quickly removes dandruff, leaves the scalp clean and healthy, and pro motes the growth of the hair. It Is a clean, wholesome dressing, which may be uaed at any time with perfect safety. Get a fifty cent bottle from your druggist today, and see how quickly it will restore the youthful color and beauty of your hair and forever end the nastv dandruff, itchy scalp and falling hair. All druggists sell It un der guarantee that the money will be refunded if you are not satisfied after fair trial. BE DISCUSSED BY , THE CLUB Committee Reports Tuesday Night; Canticry, Creamery and Other Things Will Also Be Heard From, At tho regular meeting of the Com mercial club Tuesday, February 13. tomorrow night, the good roads cont ttWttee consisting of A. II. McMillen. chairman; A. It. Stroup and W. 11. tJlllenwater, will present an important report and submit the draft of a pro posed good roads bill In which every citlK'n of Albuquerque will be deeply Interested. This bill will come before Ihe meitlng in the form of a resolu tion anil it is expeeled that favorable lacllon will be taken bv the club. I The ci mmiuee on the proposed cun ncry. which has hcen meeting: with I such gratifying success in its canvasi ' for the $3.0tiu stock subscription r I quired will make a report which will be highly Interesting. The creamery uroiiopltion. now recognized as one of tht most Important before the citl xelis will ulso he 'taken up. Other ci mmltteet will have reports and rec ommendations will be made and alto gether the club will handle the most impoltiint grist of business for weeks. Including a number of the proposi tions now of most vital Interest to this city and valley. CRACK VAUDEvlLL E TEAM AT THE 0 Ei Kliardo and Juanila Millar, who open a weeks' engagement at the Or pheum, come to this city with flowery recommendations, after playing all the large cities of the northwest and the Pacific coart. They will appear In a very amusing comedy character ketch entitled. "A Daughter of lUcchiia." In addition to their comedy act. they are both artists of renown and at each performance they will uive an exhibition of their skill. They will execute two larue pa,lntlni.-s wnich will be given free to persons In the audience. . teorge Millar Is said to have been properly named by a Chl i ago newspaper Iran who. after see ing him make one of these famous imliitliiuF. called hbn the "Wizard of the IJrush." There will also be three reels of new pictures rhown daily. II will do you good to get the Orphcum habit. .y llaiien-l'iiwcO .in-t i if Kinjm-wU. Oyster Bay. X. T Feb. 11. Col onel Theodore KoosewM.' who is hull fr vi. ? president of the Hoy Seoul, of America, had as guest, at luncheon today Lieutenant Cent ral SI- w-h -rt s. Padcn-Powc!), leadi r of the Boy Scout movement In Kn Mtnd. and seterul leaders ot the move ment in this eounlr. I'Uns for en dating college nnder-grad ute as Scout masters formed the principal topic of diacustion. it was said. ADVERTISED LETTERS For the week ending February 10, 1912. ladies' List, Mrs. Esidorlta 8. tie Aragon, Mrs. Jiilinnita Anaya, Mrs. Irene Bohag, Miss Hess A. Hrody, Mrs. H. L. Ifarn well, Mrs. Clara B. liaca. Miss Maud Colimes, Ada Chavez, Isabel Drosco, Miss Anary EBtewan, Joseleinas Taf osllas, Mrs. Nora Green, Mrs. Kussle J. Grant, Miss Marie R. Goniales, Mrs. Paul Gonnas, Sophia Garcia, Miss F. W. Graham, Miss Mabel Herrlngton, Manllta ISaca de Herrera, Angela Hol Icz, Miss Elsie Jones, Mrs. Lola M de Lopez, Miss Marguerite Miller (2), Florencla L. Metigar. Miss Fabianlta Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. L. Maharcn, Miss Nan McLean (3, Mss Santita C. de Muniz, Miss Ella Poster, Mrs. Thomas Hay, Ventura Kosetter, Mrs. E. Kothgerber, Clara D. Sanchez, Miss Vitorla Sanchez. Miss Cruz Sando c.la, Jnsfeta de Homero Sandobal, Mrs. James Slaughter, Miss Doris t-hoemaker. Miss Carrie O'Kander, Mrs. Ade'uldo Sandoval, Miss Ofella Tuy ova. Mrs. G. Williams. Miss Susie Williams, Miss Marv Williams. Mrs. Llllle Walk, Mrs. Lue Wisbett, Julio O. Zavala. Men' List. P.l'lle Adhams, Fansiclo Alfirlil, Harold Iillckensdufer, Felumeno Bu eiiabenta. I). W. Bryan. Tuly Brown. O. A. Brandt, C. C. Uaskett, A. Blake, Loandro liartha. Uev. John Cross, Trinidad F. Chavez, H. II. Chame, Jesus Caransa, Charlie Day, A. F. Km burger, Jerry H. Farrls, Herberto Gutlerres, F. Guelderus. Uonxalii Grnndados, Julian (ieronimo, Merci ans Gonsales, Frank (iarcla, llerllndo Galliano, Donaclano ' (iarclu, Jesi Gcronlmo, William Harrison, Geo. I!; Harrison, E. L. Hlisglnbotham, J. W. Johnson, Claude Keller, Frank Keryte, Claude Kelper, Llberado Lo pez Soto, Santiago Luna, W. F. Lewis, Edwin McCarthy, P. S. M outer. It. L. Barnwell, Frank -Morrow, Earl Mor row, George Montoya, Prudenoiano Morez, Francleco .Meruit-, I'.incio Mclo, Epimcnlo Martinez, Churlcs Nicolas, I'edro Nabarete, Lupo Nabar etc, Manuela nrtlz. Pablo I'arez. Juan Pcrea, Hobt. B. patton. Clarkk Picket (2), J. T. tiulnn, W. H. Uibera, Acri Ucs Bibera, Luis llubalcuvn, Jesus Salcldo. Fruclsco Kalasar, Ksqulel Siiavadra, Andrew Sanson, Thos. It. S.eward, Jakob Stein (2),' Tanz' Skees. A. J. Simpler, Juun Sanchez, Tlos Starr. Ilov Sniltli. HOW DO YOU FEEL AFTER LUIMGH? Do you eat a very light lunch, and yet feel, alter entiiM the least thing, as it" you had partaken of a 'very heavy dinner? That's gas, sir, nothlnj but m stoma eh full of gas and you can readily cure this with Baalmann's Gas Ta hlets. Take two of Baalmann's Gas Tab lets at 10 a. m., two at 11a. m and two Just before your lunch and you will be surprised at your stomach, be cause gas will not and cannot form. All that heavy, logsv. drowsy feel ing you tiad before, will not come and your work will seem a pleasure In stead of an effort. And all this we oTfer with one 50 cent bottle of llaalmann's Gas Tablets. These peculiar tablets are sold for "0c a bottle by nearly every druggist. If not in etijck tell blm to get them for you from his wholesaler or send 5:c in silver, stamps or money order to J. Baalmann Co., 336 Sutter St., Ssn Francisco. Cal. INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS C F. Kanen's New Mexico Corpora tlnn Laws. Rulea and Forma, compil ed to data. A useful guide for corporation of ficers, attorney and engineers. Too need no other. It bag everything i one bonk. Post yourself. Avoid expenairej'mia takea. f All Territorial Laws on ALL laee of Corporations; Banking. BulldlnC .d Loan. Benevolent. Industrial. Ir rigation. 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