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Mi i t. M ' SIX. m. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1912. ... tfj.. j ' ''f t HI t s- r, !, 1 I I 4 CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Kioto, Itangea, lloiiue I urnMitiig Good. Outlcrj, Tool. Iron Ilpe. Volte and Fittings, Plumbing, Heating. Tin and Copiwr Work. Ill W. CKV THAI, AVli TKlJJ'llOVfS i t WOULD YOU LIKE TOO M'ZU hUMUn t CLEAN DAIRY S ?lm IllCIUIItSW 3 SEE A i TELEPHONE 420 J TSJ A LES ILfHJ) CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE ' SANTA ROSA A Rogers' Silverware Coupon in Every Sack of EMPRESS FLOUR J A Large Assortment Fresh of! CRACKERS AND CAKES 1 LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Just Arrived From Bakery. the 3 10c , ryr Packages J Strong Brothers Undertakers and Embalmer. Prompt terrioo Day or Night Telwplion T5. KesHlwio M. Strong Ulk., Copper and Heoond. 1 " m r? a i vj T ' kaJ IAKING FOlVDER Greatest aid to home baking Makes the cake, biscuits and hot-breads of superior flavor and healthlulness. Absolutely free from alum mnd other injurious subatnncea. C Ward's Store no.Mi:n n. viti, m. 315 Mm Mi' AM!. riioiiii Sun. J Pol! Tax Now Due H Pay at John Lee Clark's I First and Central.' In the event thiit you should not receive your morning pa per, telcphono the PoKTAI, TI'.UJIlltAI'll CO., giving your hums nnrl address i ml the pa per will bo delivered by a pe dal messenger. Tho telephone In No. DO. ta.no Howard $3.00 Tho above reward will be puld (or the arrest und con- vlellnn of anyone, caught steal- Ing copies of the Morning Journal from the doorways of subscribers. JOUUNAI, rUHMSHINfl CO. prune court In a case In which lie if employed an counsel. Horn February 24, 11 girl, to Mr. and Mr. Win. K. Ohlruu, XI 4 Houlh Koeond street. There will be ii renulur meeting of Cottonwood rove No. 2, Woodmen elrele, till afternoon lit 2:30 t Odd Fallow' ball. Mr. M. Htumpf, of 202 South Kdllh street, him returned from Mult Luke City, where she bus been visiting her daughter for tho past three month. C. II. Green of Denver, president of the Green Canning Company, which propose to establish n canning fac tory In thin city, nrrlved in Albuquer que lust night and will attend a meet ing of tho Commercial club tonight. New linn been received here of the death at her home nt Irvlngton-nn Hudson, New Y.ork, of Mr. Wllilan i. McAfiuo, wife of the well known New Yorker who visited this city a short time iiro. At toniicht'a meeting at the com mercbil club thin body will tnl:c up the mutter of tho aclectioii of an ex. ' iillvc omin'ftce to lay plan f,,k the JHir New Mexico mute fair. K.ir thin fr-hcun It in deHired tluit every ri.eiiil ei' (vhii cm be pr -iclil. I Hike City n Ht. Ol der of Owla, will Lo Anxele, a well known Santa V employe, and MIh Kdlth Iylo Whlt- nker, of Colorado Sprlnus, occurred in thl city on February 24. The young couple will make their home In C.ul lup, N. M., fter h Hhort honeymoon K. M Brumbui k, of the Silver City Indcpurtdent, was in the city yester uuy, reiurnuiK to riliver City from .in extended VHCHtion trip to California. The mlHtilonary nociety of the Cen tral HaptlKt church will meet fit o clock thi afternoon ttt the home .il Mr. A. I 'Aullck, .1(104 .. Forrester avenue. ' ; ; The firgt dirt wn thrown yeaterday in preparation f op the baring of the ntreeta wh,ijii the . AUnuiuijriitie GaK, Klootrlc Utht 'ml 1'ewcl Conipany biRiin the Inspection of Its saa mains on Central avenue and on Second Ktieit, a seriea of excavations being made in every block. An IntercstltiK address was given !at nUht at the Spanish-American bull In Hurelitu by Mr. Alfred 8. llroes ler, whu ha been t iindiu tiriif an edu cational cainpuign which has em traced almost every town and hnmb't In Uernalillo. Mr. llroesler is a Span ish scholar of brilliant attainments and every woril of his talk was llat med to w ith the most" profound at- hold it meeting tonlgit at 8 o'clock tn Mention, by the larije audience which A. tl. r. W. hull. All member uroMVaM Present. The , affair was tuulet reiiuetite,! to attend, a the committee ,ho ""l,l,' " "'t' Mexico civil 111! I hill riuiliia u lll n.iw.rl nil,,. ...V.1,.1, ."CTV K'B BCnOOJ. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST WKATIil II ItKIH.HT Tor th twenty-four hours ending it fi o'clock yesterday uveuliii;.: Nt ii s ii ii ii tti tunpi r.iiiire, 41 ilegrcin; ciMil ntlio 1 1 m f"'l a I U1V. 1 T, ; lalme. J!l. Teiiipcn; I uM ji t 6 p. in. .n-sti rdav, XoMhWtrtt w I m.Ik; dec r. Results Fnm Journal Want Arts HAIRDRESS1NG -llrnltU Made Cp Hanlcurlng from liiiitiliiSH. -Sullclll-ollycil Sluilllpoiililg -l'aclal CIcniiKlnir- M.vS .CLAY Opp. 1'. o.- -I'hiine Ml -444 I TIX. SN. Tl I. ia X FRENCH & LOWBER Funeial Directors and Embalmcrs, laily AoxtNtant. (Oil HI 'III AM 4 i;TIUU tiri riionp two 4444444444444 Wiiiim'.ti'ti and Ail.iiHiil ila v I a i ; not pel'a t " i -. WcM T'A.i Wt ilm vl.i'. ; v roHMWST. Fiii. ;,(i liiii'iliiy iinii'h i - F.iir ii nu t- 5T"ni'Hdn -- New Jnexlcr ami jVi i diii'K h.iii in teiii. I TiiiHilay and i retieHbiiients will be Nerved. O. U. Itebber. Kecrctiuy. Mr. mid Mrs. N. K. Wills, of 40S South S iuth Fourth street, have been Muddcnly called to New York City on iicriiuni or the Hlckuenn of Mr. Wilts' mother. They lilt last Muhl Tor I tie ciiHtorn city, the IiIikIIi of their slay IiUhk liuli Unite. F, I,. Cotbiirn, who for the putt live M ars bus comhn tul au'i nililov- int-iit im. m y In A lliiKimiiue. arrived Inline last tiluht from Illinois, where be tins lie. n for the past three lllolltllH. Mr. Ci.lliiiin plans to nl once reopen bis eiiipioyiEM iit agency. Willluin Colllsler, of the Highland file depalim, lit, yeHteriluy took unto Inms. li a luiile In tin. person of Mrri. Susie Owen. The ceremony was per- tornied by Jusllce or the Fence Ito iin to. They will make their home at 14 South KUIlh Ktreet. Tho miirriag,, of Hubert Kuiiltey, of lr. t oniii'r, (Mof.pillll, II, Stem Idilg. I m m. I lon- I. I'liollc 132. AMoini'V K. SV. txiliaoii went to antit Fe Msterilay nfternonn. i .l iv In will appear In fore where tile Hi- SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. PACK AND SHIP PIANOS. 'err r-y OWN A TOWN ! AZTEC Fuel Co. Phone 251. First and Granite. GALLUP LUMP COAL GALLUP STOVE COAL ALL KINDS OF WOOD How's This? We offiT Mm Ihintlri'il rKillirn IIcwrmI ft any m tf ( HtirU tbl i-uuiHtt be ctirnU ! flail's twiMi ru un k J. CHKNEY 4 CO., Tolrdu, O. W I lit iiiMlrHlan(il. hnYP known I'. J . -in v fur Hih Innt Mi ern, mh4 Im-ivp hltu jM'rft-4 tl.T tiotirnllt In all nliiiM tmnurlloiiit tint) nimmlxlly iiMt lo t'r'J' tmi mijr oldtKaUouu iuuib' vy b nnn. nat. dank tr niMMKUCr, ToIikJc, Olilu. IffilP"! fntnrrh rnn tn In ken Ititrmnllr. iirtltiff llhoiKv it toii tli hhnMt uml lutirtMia tturfufi f Hie h.YKli-ui. T1lttiotilnN (nl frtf. Iritt i." i-iiittt H-r liottlr, Holl lr all UriiXfiUtft. llit ll.iir i'amiljr Villa ft. iHrtUtilua. The Best Preventive Known for All Kinds of Diseases Is Good Sanitary plumbing In your home for thl kind of work, call or phon 330. 1'rompt attention and good remit. J. 0. DRUMMOND. 116 South Third St. A large MMinrarnt of flitorc krpt In Muck. You can do so if you keep up your personal appearance. Stein-Bloch Co.'s1 i Nobby Clothes for Men ! arc the best money and j brains can produce. ! We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. 'JSTvSr HAHN COAL CO.S2KJ,Kr riioxK it. ANTIIKA4 1TK, AIX. fclZKS, STKAM COAL C.ke, Mill Wrwxl. Factory Woo.l, Cord WimkI. NUve RludUng. flr Itrtck. lire limy. Kanta t llrt, k, rmmon llrk k, Lima $18 lo $40 Ihe Suit. Y7 Chief of Police Thomas AIcMilll'i Is In receipt of a Titter from. Moses X. Outllf, the fugitive Kentucky slayer who surrendei cd to 4 lie Albuquerque police about a month ago, In which tlatllf Informs liini he was released mi it bond or tl.ttuo following his re turn to Mount Vernon, and that he Is now enjoylir-r flils. liberty, pending the trial of his ease, (latllf is at the hoiiia of hlK aged mother m ar Mount Vernon. It was homesickness for hoi that pioiiiitid him to surrender uiul go biiok to l.iee trial after remaining nwily eight earn. There JII be a speelal eonclavi of I'ilgriiii I'ommiiiider No. 3, Knlghti T n.pli.r, this evening at Masonl? tcei pie for work In the orders. All visit ing Sir Knights are welcome. IP order of the K. C. Harry llrnun. For forcibly entering the Xatlonul Ouaru iirniory, John Woods, an em- pioye of a local theater, was arrested I .esierduy atternoon by officer James Muriln, on complaint of Dan Laird, janitor nt the buildlnu. It is said Woods had been Instructed by hi em ployer to n move some bencho from the L uildiiig and Instead of nun' ill.', no the Jim. lot he forced open it rjr di or. REDLIGHT MATTER TO BE TAKEN UP BY THE CLUB Committee From Gity Counci Will Present Problem to Meeting Tonight; Cannery Green Will Be Present, It Ih understood that a commute from the city council will be present! ionium hi ine1 reKuitir meeiing or ine Commercial club to formally refer to that body the matter of a petition re cently received by the council from i number of business men, asking that the (octal evil in thi city be again 4egr.'gated. When thi petition came before the council at the last meeting It was voted to refer it to the Com merctal club In order to ascertain the prevailing sentiment of the business men In the matter. Minister and others have been circulating petitions protesting against the re-etablishmcnt of a tenderloin district, and on the other hand it Is claimed by many citizens that In place of abolishing the evil, the closing of the district has only served to spread It all over the city. It Is alleged that every night sees a bunch of undesirable women going over to Old Albuquerque and that they are becoming much more In evlden-je on the principal streets of the city. The matter Is likely to have thorough threshing out at the meet)- fftg of the club tonight when numerous citizens representing both sides of the controversy will be present to air their views. It will be reported at the meeting of the club torfight that E. E. Van Horn, promised a bonuB of $500 on completion of a successful creamery lere, is ready to proceed at once with the installation of the plant at the cor ner of Mountain road and Fourth street. C. II. Green of the Green Canning orupany will also be present at the meeting tonight und the matter of the plant to be established here will be taken up. A report will be marie bv the soliciting committee which hus been securing' stock subscriptions for he canner' project, more than two- thirds of the required 3,00t) having been secured. The committee on a site for the na tional guard maneuvers proposed for this city will report thut Adjutant General Uroflkea will be here about the middle of March accompanied t a number of officers of the regular army to Inspect what Albuquerque has to offer tn this regard. oilier mutters of coiisidcruVile Im portance lo tile people will uoine up for discussion und It Is d 'sired to have as largo an attendance of citizens us possible. . ' Onion sets vegetable and flower iu-wIh, good slock. Jmiw prices. Tlio ti-Tt-rttt'H--M-ttt-l-AAt-r1-t---rtt-r 1 1 1 It I New Arrivals 'We are unpacking new lines of goods every day and placing them on sale. Our new Hart, Schaffner & flfarx Suits are-thc acme of perfection, . ' Prices $20.00 to $30.00 New Boys' Suits Some good things in Boys' School Suits are being opened up and all reasonably priced. New Furnishings and Hats All the novelties of the season in Hats, Shirts, Neckwear and Hosiery. We invite inspection, Simon Stfceriv! CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER llliliicr Co. The best saddle horse to be had. In ihe city are at W. L, Trimble', J.13 Xorlli Second street. 1'hone 1. If you need a carpenter, telephone Uesstdden, phone 17 7. GREEN DESIRES TO MEET FARMERS President of Cannery Company Arrives in City and Meeting Will Be Held at Club This Afternoon. rres'oeiil C. H. Green of the Green Cannlnu Company, which Js to start il plant hire this season, arrived III the city last niKht und wlsh-s to meet as ninny farmers hs possible at the Commercial dub at 2 ; 3n o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Green Is particularly anxious to secure- first an extensive acreage of tomato.-, strlim beans and pickles, uml desires to take up the matter of providing a product for the plant as kim.ii us possible. All farmer mid other clilnens Interested In th's new industry arc, urged to lie present at Ihe meeting. ' Gallup I xir OwL M.RO per ton. Az tec Fuel I n, riionr 251. . . Who is a "perfect picture" ol "vain nurds '" The answer is easy It is the .Mason, us he witl look wrier he finds that he is one of the few wh missi-d a really lust ever time, by not bclnir at iIip Mirlners' I-eap Year bull Most any Slirin. r has tickets and will gladly supply. GOMES ON MARCH 16 Able and Brilliant Former Ex ecutive of Kansas One of Most Successful Lecturers Now On Platform, On March 16th Albuquerque is lo have the fourth number (n the Pop ular titar i:ntertiilnment course, when cx-Oovernor lloeh of Kansas will de liver his great lecture In the IClks' opera house. There Is but little ques tion that Governor Hoi h Is one of the most brilliant and Interesting b -turers this country has ever hai. While lie may not tie so widely known locally as a lew other men who might be mentioned, his work mi the Chau tauqua platform and in general lec ture work Is the equal of any man be fore the public In recent years. To miss the utterances ol this statesman thinker and orator will be to mis umielhlliir well worth while. He has 4 lot of friends and admirers in this Ity, all of whom speak of his rec- tiiro work in the highest terms. Ihe press notices thut are gnth red from all parts of the Fnited Htntes i prove conclusively that he ranks among the greatest orators and platform speakers of this day. JUFt ' read the, partial list of his achievements," s ivs an admirer, "dur ing the term of his governorship and you will be convinced that you are lo hear a man with red blood in his veins, conviction in his mind and a winning personality buck of It all. No small man with weak views or uncer tain personality could make such a record; one that has helped to put Kansas tn the forefront of the states matters of good and popular legis lation." This city 1b Very fortunate to have Ihe opportunity to hear such a munj ho will undoubtedly bring here a great message and deliver with it some real oratory, which nearly all thinking men und women enioy. Following are a few of the things humploned by Govenor Hoch, ami rystallixed into law during his ad ministration: 1. Oil legislation which has mad" possible in three years the cstablisn- mcnt ot nineteen succcsstul indepen dent oil refineries, where only one nearly bankrupt institution existe.l before, and an annual saving of one million dollars to the consumer ol coul oil alone In Kansas. 2. An entire change of manage ment In state institutions, putting them on a civil service business basis, rojulting in wonderful increase in tliclr efficiency. .1. The enactment of a series ol railroad laws unequalled in number,' perhaps, and in fur reaching ellcc II vciiess bv the laws .of any oth r state. 4. A fine state printing plant, com plete, the cost of which (one hundred thousand dollars) has already been saved. 5. A depository law for state fund?. vleldlntr neurlv two thousand dollars per month to the state. 6. An anti pass law. 7. A drastic pure food law. 8. A radical change In assessment and taxation laws. . A Judicial parole law that will restore many adult oft'entlers to good citlzt nshio. 10. A juvenile court law that Is sav ing many incorrigible beys and girls from Juli stains und criminal careers. 11. Two cent railroad tare. J 2. A state wide primary election law. 13. 'Valuable amendnitnts to bunk ing laws. And other reform measures. In deed, every platform promise has been redeemed and every pledge made tn people fulfilled. The New Premoette, Jr. is Just in. Size of 2 1-4x3 1-4. picture. $5.00 Most compuet machine made In America 1. 1-4x2 1-4x4 1-4 Inche-t when closed weigh only 11 ounces. PRICE Strong's Book Store Money ISack if you W ant It,' 'Your t Sl'lltfcXI.A OOltSKTS. Made to ituasur, and fitted ' In your own homy Kf.siu it. Am.v'ii. I'lono 313. til-i V. Slate, RAILROADS DEFEND RATE TO INTERIOR TERRITORY If ifeJ 1 AARROW Kdtch COLLAR Katt to put ob aad lo toko o!l and tu lla a lis lo. Cl..n, Pebod, tr Cm-.anr. tl.krn, Tm, N. T. Washington, Feb. 20. Tho rail- roads had their Inning today in the argument before Hie supreme court over the validity of the "intcrmoiin tain rate" orders nt' the interstate commerce cimini.sslon. Tho railroad side was presented by F. C. Hillurd, of Texas. ' He argued that the roods should bo permitted to charge more for the short haul from the east to interiiiountain cities than to Pacific coast cities, because of wa ter competition to the coast ports. Solicitor r'arrcll. of tho interstate commerce commission, advocated op provel of the orders limiting the amount by which the Interiiiountain rates might exceed Ihu raclfic coast rates. WALLACE HESSELDEN General C'oniriiilors. Figures and Workmanship count. We guarantee more for your money than any other contracting firm In Al buquerque. Office at fcli'UUOH rWMVG MUX, I'boiic S77. GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE, Abstracts, Fire Insurance, Civ il Knt'ineerlnif, ,Jiii-cty Honda, i.enl Kstate an I T.eans. Phone 13S. Itoonis 2 & 3 Stern TUdg. This Will Stop Your Cough in a Hurry nmr fa hjr Maklaf Tkli Syrap at Home. a Coach Agency tor the KNOX HAT. Wail 0rd:rs Promptly Filled. n I I I r llll I I IIN I litit war m m m-. . UUUUjU MILL AW LUMDN. LUMP ANY t 4 It WWII l I )ing man to tclicil ainl l-llcr pnni-rM-. lt ln r-IM-rh-iM-,! anal know I be t-lll. Good vtavo In a liu-ili-r. A'H Mating -xrliHv, in, this olflcv. A. 11. CAUUOIJ, Mauager. M .ii'i'a. t.irrf i f Krythln u4 In Hutlding Motto. -It!t. CI MMiS, t-MAlX I'KOIITS." CuTiM-r 1 tut J ana MartjiKHlA. Construction, Out Pbooe t. 41 M'QUADE GETS CONTRACT FOR NEW BUILDING ON WEST CENTRAL AVENUE .V- ..s.t C-.''J GROSS, KELLY & CO. (Inc ) V. . j ii. Crocrr i.J Iioi'. rn In Wool, Hides, Pelts ,and Goat Skins V M Trlnldatl, t4. I. I M. it, . , ll'tunerr. X. M.. 1 tt.-um.-arl, , lorixia. M. J. U "t. On i do has iwvn awiird.-i1 jtln c.'iirot tor the oullding of thi j ,'- . ic r rt- iipninttiiw l-U k iitii lluid uml Fourth streets ot !'ie;ri, .n. nn.-. The plans ir w. (r h t .vii-story miHlern preoaed lirick rd Ii. .. and the buildlna throushnu. 'l i.p-l-date. Th Mcintosh li..ili company will oocupv thi entire lower thxir. whllr the upatairt tit ! fiiittl up for o '. This recipe make a c!nt of bettor cough syrup tliau you could buy ready niaue iur z.oJ. A lew dose usually conquer tha niot obstinate oougli top rwn whooping cough quickly, .sim- pie a it i. no better remedy caa be bad at any price. Mix one pint of prnnulatou siijrjr with t-i pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minute. Put 2 'a ounce of Pinex (tiftr cents' worth ) in a pint bottle; then adil the Sugar Syrup. It low a pleasant lRta and last a funiily a long time. Take a traiuoiiful every one, two or throe hours. You can feel this take hold" of a cough In a wy that mean biiMties. Us a gixd tonic effect, brace up tli appetite, and is slightly laxative, too, winch is hclpfuL A bandy rens-dy for hoarse nens. cregp, bronchitis, astlima and all throat arid lung trouble. Ihe effect of cine n ll iuJ,r.iu l. well known, l'lnex is ilm mo-t vlu alikj concentrated compouiiil of N'.irwe gi.m white pine extract, and is rich in guaiacol and ail the natural heatine fane element. Otlu-r Preparations will not work in thi formula. Thi Pine and Siurar Svrup recipe !i attaine1 great popularitr throngliout the l nited State and Canada. It ha often been imitated, though never iirrefiillv. A gvarantvof alwilute satisfaction, or nmner pmmptlr refunded, pie with this recipe. our dnigrrt ha Pinex, or will F't it for von. If not rod to 'lh ie to, Yu Wavne, Ini. Y our Sp Suit V4444)4 ring should emphasize your individuality and enhance your natural claim of figure, "American or Ideal made" Suits accomplish this and we are agents for both. Hand tailored Suits in the newest styles of imported fabrics and only one Suit to a pattern, insuring exclu siveness. We guarantee a perfect fit, too. Pnone 283 307 W. Central.