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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1912.
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CORSETS
THIS WEEK ONLY
'A cleaning up of our Corset stock affords
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
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A beautiful assortment of ladies' silk
dresses, consisting of messalines and
taffetas, in stripes, checks and figured
1 pongees, stylishly made and trimmed
according to the season's latest mod
els, values to $1 5.00.
Your Choice $5.95
: this; wonderful underpricing of various
lines of Corsets for a limited time only.
LOT 1 -Corsets worth to $1.50,
one week special. . . 89c
LOT 2-Corsets worth to $3.00,
one week special $ 1 .49
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HENDERSON
Fashion Form
Corsets
LOT 3-Corsets worth $5.00 and $6.00,
one week special $2.95
LOT 4-Corsets worth $ 1 0.00, $ 1 2.50 and $ 1 5.00,
one week special $4.98
Wash Suits and Wash
Dresses, made of serviceable
Gingham and Chambray,
worth to $1.50,
One Week Special
99.
Specials in Household Goods
, Table Linens, worth 75c yard
49c
Bath Mats, Large Size, worth to $1 .00
49c
Good Specials in Muslin Underwear,
Skirts, Drawers, Gowns, etc. The real
dollar kind.
One Week Special
75c
French Ivory Fans hand painted for festive occasions 75c and up
Men's Shirts
Extra good line in popular
patterns, made of g o o d
wash able materials, and
worth $1.25. .
One Week Special
9Sc
Ansco Cameras, Ansco Films and Cyco
Paper. We rent Cameras and develop
your pictures.
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Crushed Rose gStZ
tie of toilet water, special value . .
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CUPID KEEPS GRIT
IT
SET Oil FRIDAY
TERNQON
Eight More Devotees of Blind
God Yield to Subtle Spell of
June and Leap Year and Ap-
' ply for Licenses to Wed,
T)an Cupid is a busy boy around
Alhuo.uero.uo these days. Friday hn
font four couples to th court house
f"r marrlugo licenses, all in a bunch,
find yesterday lie raw to it that four
more applied for and obtained tho
necessary legal sanction between 1
.o'clock and closing time.
The business In marriage licenses
hns run along In a very humdrum sort
ot way lately, but yesterday and the
day before were exceptions, and went
to balance -'tip the dull seasons. The
clerks in tho office of the county clerk,
frnin whom tho licenses must lie re
tained, attribute the sudden Incrense
in liu.slnesa to the advent of June, the
' bride's own month, but the cynical
street car men, who see three out of
every four' couples who go to the court
home for the documents, call it "leap
Jear."'
Anyway, the couples are going, and
tv preachers and justices are reaping
the benefit:
The four who yesterday obtained
the necessary permission to marry
J ere Perry Kearney and Josephine
Elihal, of this city; Juan F. Juarez and
Francises. Garcia, of Barelas; Ed. S.
Jiode-rs and Teresa Mae Heaven, both
"f Albuquerque, and Julia Elisabeth
M.iyock and Paul Kesch. The former
s a teacher In the local public
y hools. the latter beingr ft resident of
EASTERN PART OF
STATE IN FINE
SHAPE NOW
C. Barnes, Assistant Chief
of Grazing, Returns from
Wichita National Forest with
Optimistic Report,
That the enstcrn portion of New
Mexico is in fine shape was the state
ment made last Blent by Will C.
Harnes, assistant chief of Brazing for
the forest service, who returned t-at-
urilav from a vsit to the Wichita na
tionai forest in OUuhoma. n bis
way back, Mr. iMirnus crossed the en
tire eastern section of New Mexico
He declared last nlsht that he had
never seen so much grass nor Buch
excellent prospects for stock re.ising
and farming as were evident an over
the state this year.
"The grass Is One," he said, "and
the dry larmern are doing splendidly
with the moisture of last winter.
Many places which had all the mark:
of abandonment for several years
have been opened up again and you
can see the ranchers at work. Pros
perity seems to be beaming on that
section of the country, cfpeciullj
along the Helen cut-off."
Mr. Karnes gave a glowing account
of the beauties of the Wichita forest,
which he had never before visited.
This forest is one of hardwood, and
is ono of the smal!ett of the national
reservations. Uecause of the excel
lent gracing It affords, many buffalo,
elk and deer are kept upon It, as a
game preserve.
Local forest service officers are
optimistic about securing the passng"
The Morning Journal
flag Distribution
COUPON
JUNE 2, 1912.
Cut five of these coupons from consecutive issues
of The Morning Journal, and bring or mail them to the of
fice with 73 cents and secure the 48-star, 4x6 feet United
States Flag. Out of town readers, send 13 cents addi
tional for mailing. ; j .
of an amendment to the forest service
laws and regulations which will muki
it possible to give tho stiites in which
national forests are located an addi
tional 25 per cent of the gross Income
from their forests for purposes of
building and maintaining good roads.
An amendment which .will do this
has already been passed by the senate,
and is now before the huuse. He-g-arding
the matter, a local official
said yesterday: "The addition of 'ib
per cent of the forests' gross income
to the road funds of tho different
states may be easily secured if the
different commercial organizations
will go after the matter hard, ana
push through the amendment now be
fore congress. This would amount t:
a considerable sum in New Mexico,
where there are many large forests,
which are bein;r more and more thor
oughly put to Uf'.e by the people. ThU
use brings revenue which will grow
in time to a large amount. Could
the state secure a quarter of it. In
addition to the quarter it already gets,
great benetltu might be obtained."
BIQGRAPH TROUPE
IN PICTURE NOW
L
ON AT CRISTA
The fire season may be expected to
Inst until early in July, when the
summer rains begin through this section.
POSITIONS THAT PAY
OPEN TO LIVE
fJI
YOUNG MEN
Opportunity is Knocking at the
Door of Young Men with Am
bition Here in Albuquerque
Now,
Ambitious young men. the kind of
younj men who want to start their
business lives under the most ad
vantageous circumstances, will be
particular V- Interested rn-ths an
nouncement of the opening on Mon
day next of the regular summer term
at the Albuquerque Business College,
New clauses will be startel In prac
tically all the commercial branches.
Including bookkeeping and stenog
raphy, and young men who desire to
enroll are urged to do so on Monday
in order that they niay miss none of
the Important prcllilnHry , Instruc
tion. The excellence of. the teaching
staff of the local business college and
the cxperjnesa of the instruction
gien are too well known to ne:t)
mmmtnt here. It's all up to the
young men themselves to decide
whether they wsnt to qualify for
worth while positions.
ONE LONESOME SUIT
IS FILED YESTERDAY
A single, lonw sir legal action i
filed yexterday efternoon in the o'f'ce
of the district court. The suit wss
one for Judgment for a balance al
leged to be due by Pablo Montoya tc
the Consolidated Liquor Company,
and amounted to $1I.Z. with cost
and Interest.
"The Old Actor" is Title ol
Latest Film Which Was Act
ed by Members of Company
Now in Albuquerque.
"The Old Actor" is the title of "
film announced f r todiiy and tomor
row at the Crystal. The film should
be of more tliini ordinary Interest tc
local photoplay pn Irons because it
was acted by the name, troupe cf Tiio
graph people who ure nv In Albu
querque gtatinn series of dramas,
comic rods ond historical pictures.
"The Old Actor'' Is ; heurt-lhrob-blng
drumu In which the members o(
the troupe now hern appear to splen
did advantage, ft was st.iscd In Cali
fornia end Is pronounced one of the
best the liloRrapli Company hus re
cently turned out.
fifteFfires in
first 10 weeks
of last month
Total of Almost Hundred Acres
of Forest Land Denuded by
Flames Within,. Fortnight;
Blazes on Six Forests.
As the Bpr.'nu showrrs drain from
the ground, thn dnnecr from fire tn
the national forests increases snd the
season known as the 'Tire season"
Wins. This year the fire season
throughout the southwest was very
late In opening, xnif because of the
rreat dampness of last winter, will
likely ixt on of brief duration and
little loss.
However, reports made from all the
forests In the stat.s of New Mexico
and Arisnns. from whose supervisors
reports are now required every fort
night, show that In the earlier two
weeks of Mav. hen the fire seiison
really began this year. th-e were fif
teen fires, spread over six forests in
the two states "
Owing to th.- lr measures taken
for protecting the nstlonJt resources
from fire, and the dampness of the
season, less than ! acres were
burned In sfl these fire.
SANTA FE HANDLING
THROUGH ERIE CAR
TO COAST DAILY
An Instance of the rapidly growing
traffic to the coast Is shown by the
fact that No. 7 every night carries an
Brie express car, filled with through
exprera for , California points. This
has been going on for some time past.
The cars are deadheaded back east on
No. S and are often seen In the local
vards between trains. '
GENERAL MANAGER FRED
C. FOX HERE YESTERDAY
AFTER STAY AT SELDEN
General Manager Fred C. Pox, of
tha Santa Fe, was nere yesterday aft
ernoon on his way from the recent
washout at Kelden to his headquarters
at Amarlllo. He stated that the line
was now clear at Kelden, and that
trains wero again being run through
without detourlng by way of Klncon
nd Iteming to Kl Paso.
Mr. Fox said that thn Hanta Fe old
not anticipate any further trouble
from the flood waters of the Rio
Grande. Jlo was much Interested In
local conditions, end declared that It
was n peculiarity of the Htn Grande
that it ate away more bank, etc., when
falling than when rliilnir,
. '
'ATTENTION INDIAN PATKOU
Ity order of the potentate, all mem
bers of the Bailut Abyad Temple.
Indian Patrol, are hereby requeted
to be present at the temple at S
o'clock thl afternoon. By order if
Iteuben I'orry, secretary-treusurer. .
Now to the How to select your fish
ing tsokle. Harry T. Johneon ha s full
line of files, rod, lines and recto.
Will U. M. or n. W. Williams, hold
er of ticket 105, the winning number
at the Catholic baxaar on the hand
some cut glass choese and cracker
bowl, make known his address or call
for his property.
FUNNYISMS
IT -OUGHT TO.
Town-I'm going to call my drams
the "Vacuum Cleaner. "
llrowne That ought to hare some
drawing power.
NO DOUBT.
CONCISELY STATED.
"Reggy wife has sued him for s 41- w)th ,Kgyr
" . . , "Bort ol dull thud.-
"Will shs marry sgsJa or go back to '
the stassT"
Tes."
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HAD A REASOX
Belle-t understand )ou bought s (old
brtifcf
Harrr-H to. It wss the oalf wsf
I eul4 set uif nun In print.
CHUELTT.
Myrtle Did you kcar how that
NO DOUBT ABOUT IT. fully sarcaatta Miss Bancs got vt
"Ars you surs your chauffeur ca bo with Bttlo Arthur Jocost
trusted T" Wsrtoo No.
-y.. dr. Wo belong to tho samo col- Myrtlo-Bho got up and fvs hltn Bo)
legs frstornMy.'' seat lo tho street r.
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