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Today and Friday and Tomorrow Last Two Days pf t jj Saturday ii 1 Introduction Sale I ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, APRIL 211916. Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits $22.90 Over 400 to pick frun, in the latest spring styles of fancy weaves, nifty stripes and blue serges. Your choice of our entire stock., values up to $30.00. for Fri.lay and Sat urdav, only $2212 Easter Sale on Shoes Kntire stock of High Shoos and Oxfords in the IJanan and Douglas brands, on spe cial sale at 10 Reduction Classy Easter Neckwear 0p If you admire pretty patterns in Neckwear, you .will surely find our showing unexcelled. 25c Washable Kour-in-1 lands ISf 50c All silk Neckwear 30 "5c values. n sale 534 $1.25 High-grade Ties 05V Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases We show a very careful, selected line of Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases and our prices are marked in plain figures, very reasonable. 1 tit for today and tomorrow we offer 20 IT'.K CKNT RKDIATIOX' OX THI-: KXTIKIC STOCK. $17.00 and $20.00 Spring Suits for $14.95 300 Men's and Young Men's Suit', all sizes, in the latest stales of blue serge and fancy cheviots and worsteds. Value up to $20.lX all to go on sale AT Till' cvsn ruicis OF $11.95 Under New Management IMON TO ID) N9 EMGo W. It. Wright, President 31 HI COUNTY 1 MILLING WHEAT NDUSTRY GHQwS WINIFRED WORTH Crochet mid Tatting Designs , Be Suro md Sa?e These Etduvlve Patterns As They Arc PublinbM From Tirae to Tim; STATE MUSEUM NOTES Co-operation of Farmers and Business Men, With Expert Direction, Resulting in Standardizing of Seed. IP1CIAI. COff.l.PONOINC. TO MORNlNS JURNALJ Hilton, X. M., April 20. That Col f.ix county will soon load ull other counties in the state of New Mexico in the production of milling- wheat Is evidenced by the great interest shown by both thp farmers and tho business men in the. improvement of wheat grown. Through co-operation of farmers and other business men County Agri culturist Murtineu reports that a sys tematic plan hits been developed which will result in the standardizing of wheat production In a very short time, In thp spring of 1913 a number of farmers co-operated with Mr. Mar tineau in tenting Marquis spring wheat us to Us adaptability to Colfax county conditions. Two thousand pounds of this variety was planted at that time nd most of the farmers obtained ex cellent results. All of the seed pro duced Van reserved for tliln year' Planting which amounted to about Mo bushels, in addition to this 13(1 bushels were shipped Into the comity from Colorado. It is estimated ttiat at least 750 "cius have been sown to Marquis wheat this spring and that about 14, JHiO bushels will be harvested this fall. Thia win be sufficient to seed nil land 'wn to spring wheat next year and there will be several thousand bushels "( seed available for udjoining coun ties. Marquis wheat Is recognized as he best milling wheat feeing produced '""1 It is hoped that all farmers who plant spring wheat will use it. Winter wheat Is much more im portant than spring wheat In Colfax '""my and an effort is also being mad,, to standardize its production. A carload of high grade Turkey Ited wheat has been ordered from Cluda l'ieh will be distributed among '.he furniem at actual cost in time for all Planting this year. The Canadian field pea is another "P which will no doubt prove to he tt,.ll ,,.1 . . r "uapiea to Colfax county con- "s and shows great promise of coining a very important crop. varieties, the San I.uls valley :lnt the llangalia pea will be given a p'y thorough test this year. Eigh 'pn pounds pf this seed has been s,nbutl'd among the farmers in the i. Li t L wmm Itibbon Ilulder. EVERY woman always tiag a wealth of ribbon oddi and ends and usually the great problem Is finding a place to put thm. This dainty aud useful ribbon holder is the solution. Will make "an ideal gift. DetailUse ring lncb in diameter, 60 dc. Into ring. Ch. 8, 2 t. In 2 dc. ch. 3, sic. 3 dc. "3 t iu next 3 do., repeat around ring. 2nd Row Cb. 3, 1 1. in oouter of 2 t In 1st row. Cb. 3. 3 t. in first space, ch. 3, 1 t in center of 3 t repeat around ring. 3rd Row Same as 2nd row. tth Kow Ch. 3, 1 t. ch. 3, 8 t. in 1st space. Ch. 3, 1 1. in center of 3 t, ch. 3, 1 t in top of t, cb. 3, 1 t In center of 3 t, ch. 3, 3 t. in space. Repeat around ring. Ctli Row Make row of double treble with 3 ch. between. t a Row 1 dc. in 3 ch. 5 t to same ch. 1 do. 7tk Row Ch. 3, p. in 1st t of scal lop, p. to each scallop. Run 1 inch In spaces made by double treble, loop at top to hang by. Put the narrow ribbon through the ring. This makes a tery neat little gift. ditio FRECKLES ''"n't Hide Thm With a Veil: He mine Them With tlte Otlilne I'MNoriptlon. Tins prescription tor .th removal iL 1 w"s bitten by a promi "nt Physician and is usually so sii' " ,,n removing freikles and glv It i ''i i r' ,,paut't"l complexion that i n sold by any drugpist under puur- "" refund the money if it fails. ,.... "n I bi,le your freckles under u " set an ounce of othine and re .;'W them. Kven the first few ap ,,,, n" nhould show a wonderful r' 'f"v''ment. sme of the lighter . laiilsh nir enlirnlv. Be sold ure to ask the druggist for the irength othine: it is this that on the money-back guarantee. irrigated, the mountain and mesa and plain districts. The results of the test will be published for the benefit of Colfax county farmers next fall af ter the crop is harvested. Dining the next two weeks Miss Call Ritchie, who is In charge of home economics extension work in New Mexico, will conduct a s-ries of meet ings for housewives and girls in vari ous parts of Coll'ax county. Arrangements have been made to give lectures and practical demonstra tions in several localities of 'the coun ty on the following (latest French, in town, the 20th. French country school, 21. Miami, 24 and 25, Pprinuer, 23 and 27, and Kiota Valley, 29. Meetings were held in Cimar ron on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day of this week. Tile purpose of these meetings Is to demonstrate practical and useful methods rotating t" home manage-ni'-nt and health. The subjects which Miss Ritchie will discuss are as follows: .Meats find meat substitution, bread-making, cake-making, salads and salad-mnk-ing, vegetable cookery, food values, table service, canning fruKsl vgetrt bles and meats feoM pack process. The lectures to be given nt these meetings are free to nil ladles living in these communities and also to girls who are members of the Toys' and JirN' club. CUT UIIS OUT IT IS WORTH MOXEY. DON'T MlSrf THIS. Cut out this slit), enclose with ftc and mail it to Folev & Co.. Chicago, III., writing vonr name and address clearly. Tou will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tur Compound, for bronchial coughs, colds and croup: Foley Kidney I'ills. for lame back, weak kidneys, rheum atism. Madder troubles, and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome end thoroughly cleansing cathartic, for i constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. Sold everywhere. BURSUM ENDORSED FOR GOVERNOR BY SOCORRO COUNTY REPUBLICANS PffCtAL COmtllFONDINCl TO MORNINa JOURNAL) Socorro, X. M., April 20. The re publican convention of Socorro coun ty met here Tuesday and elected the following delegates to the state con vention which is to meet In Albuquer que April 2-5 to choose delegates to the national convention In Chicago: J. S. MacTuvlsh, Jose Aragon and If, A. Carter, of Magdalena; John Mc Donald, of Kelly; .1. K.Totres, J. A. Torres, M. C. Spicer, K. K. Sweet, II. U. Rursum, V. J, Eaton and A. C. Abeyta. of Pocorro; Powell Stack house and JlCduardo Jaramillo, of San AntoniO; V. If, ,7VlcT)"Ugal, of Car thage, and I.eandro l!,ica, nf Qnenado. Tho committee on resolutions, composed of M. C. Spicer, J. A. Tor res, Wlillani McDoiiSul, J. fi. Mae Tavlsh and C, Miera, reported a plat form commending republican policies and warmly endorsing the candidacy of H. . Ilursuni for the republican nomination for governor. WANT I 'A I I, TO fiO TO X VriON U, 0XVE.TIOX Las Cruces. X. M April 20. The republican county convention which met here Tuesday elected th fol lowing delegates to the state conven tion which met here yesterday elect- l ed the follow ing delegates to the state convention to be held In Albu ! querqiie next week: Major W. II. II. IJewellyn, I). V. Peucik, T. Roualt, Jr. Frank T. French, Jose (lonsales, Thomas Uranlgan, II. Ii. Holt, R. V. May. W. R. Reber, S. O. Kilgors. Resolutions were adopted recom mending the election by the state convention of Senator A. P. Fall as a delegate to the national republican convention In Chicago. PICtAL COHRKaPONOtNCt TO MOHNIN& JOURNAL) Santa Fe, April 20. ruilge and Mrs. Loriii n. ColliHs in"' J,r- antl Mrs- Levi A. Muuhes today lucame charter members of the Santa Fe Society of the Arclmcoloulcul Insti tute, increasing the charter member ship to seventy. Royal II. Milleson, the famous Chi cago artist, who exhibited In the palace last year l.is superb pictures of the Hermits I'cak and ibillimis canon country, near I.as Vegas, writes from Chicago; "Together Willi William F. Tempel, nt Chicago, I greatly admire the s.oonic features of the southwest and h ive an abiding faith In its future. We believe that with Its historical and traditionary charms, . its Indians and Spanish Amcricans, together With Its varied topographical aspects, it is the one spot left In the Cnited states where we may look and hope for a leiinls saneo of poetry aud romance to off set some of the less desirable ten dencies of the times," The Woman's Museum society yes terday In annual meeting re-elected Miss Massie president and elected Mrs. 1. H. Rapp, Secre tary, and '.Miss Manderfleld, treasurer. Ha nil Examine? Wint"rs, if Kan sas City, yesterday afternoon visited tho museum and admired lis mani fold treasures. Other who reuix tered were: A. 1-:. Venning, Coff'-y-ville, Kans.; .1- N. Zlnwner, Kvuns, Colo.; ii. K. Sells, rueblo, Ccdo.; iv C. Ilenson, Miss Ruth Howard und Rube Itayburn, Albtiyip-riiue; .1. 1. Sweeney, Amarillo, Texas; H- W. Cook. C.lorietii; W. Hare, ( nnyon clto, X. M.; idyn 1 1. .IJemining aud Mr. and Mrs. Robert R l'.rownll", Colorado Springs, Colo.; Chas. S Karlcksuii, I'ecos, X. M.; Hoy I .'avis, i'ueblo, Colo.; H. Wells and A. ,1. I.nnib, Muskocee, tikla.: !eo. vv' Summers, iKiner. Colo., and C. .M. Wlnstead, Ras Vegas, X. M. age has been sown to (hb grain. It is expected that a ready market foi j the flour will be found up and ilown the Cibi and In the mining camps of' sold hwc stein Xew Mexico. j ROSE PLANTS Two-year-old stock, $2.50 per dozen. Albuquerque Greenhouses. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. There will be u spcebU meeting at the Salvation Army hail, 2ilii West Silver avenue, this evening til S o'clock. Subject: 'What Is the Mu (.1 Seed and the I.eaen of Mat thew," Captuin Rrooka will conduct the services. Another old landmark disappeared yesterday whin the sign of tirahnm Ill-others was taken off their former place of business at IIS West Cen tral avenue. Graham Rrot her sold the place about a year v.o In , U11 .amnio & Co. Rrevlous to the transfer (Jraham Hnjlhcrs wire in business there for fifteen years. Tim O'I.eary, superintendent of the Santa Fe railway's special pol itic, was hero yesterday on the wn.V from Honing to his headumiriors nt La Jnntu, Colo. I I I I i SroremeBrealcfasi: 1 1 4kS FORMER GOVERNOR OF MEXICAN STATE BUYS MINE IN J3RANT COUNTY (HCIAL CORRHPONOINCt TO MORSISO JOURNAL1 Silver City, X, M., April 20. An other big mining deal h is just been concluded her-, vvher.'by l'rugodis de la Rena, former governor of iho slate of Saltlilo, Mi'X., and ii reputed mil lionaire, has taken over a conlrollln-: interest in the once . famous Silver Cell mine in the Finos Altos district, nine miles north of Silver City. The consideration is given as J.ft,nrt0. The balance, of the stock of the company Is owned by associates of I'ena, nanoi y, Hilarlo I.ooya, Antonio Zublri" and .1. A. Zozoya, sll of Ri I'flsn, Tex. The Silver Cell mhi-- In its halcyon days, when silver brought over J! an ounce, was one of the heaviest pro ducers of the white m'e-t il In tin1 country, und several millions In Mil -virwe$e taken out twenty years ago. Recent extensive development work has been done on the propoit.v and thousands nf tons of oie are hloeked out. U l said the ore will be Immediately mined and shipped to take advantage of the piesenl high price of silver. i F.levnUir for Silver llv. Silver oiy, X. M , April 20. i?r.-it j county Is to have a srnln elevator! und flour mill. It will be located nt j Cliff In the fertile Cjiln vjley. John j Clark is behind the project and plans the inenrpor-itlon of n couipniiy com-! posed of forno-rs or the tillu vaiu. Machinery for a flour mill 1ms al ready been contracted for and' the elevator and mill will tie ready for business by July 1. at the time the harvesting of this year's wr,eaf crop begins. Wheat has teen successfully raised for many years on the upper Cila and this year a very large a' re- ySr EasierMoinin You'll say "That was a treat" when you push back your chair after eating Morris Supreme Ham and Kggs for your Easter breakfast. Supreme Ham is just full of all the fine flavor and fine quality that you can imagine. Supreme Eggs arc strictly fresh. You'll be cer tain of tho best when you buy DPBBMB FoodPuoduof 9 . Supreme Boiled Ham and Supreme I'acon arc dainty and delicious. You can't find the like of Supreme Huttcr and Cheese, or Poultry. Supreme Canned Meats are in a class by themselves. You'll be prepared for any emergency w ith a stock of Supreme Food Products in your pantry. 7f' alwayi tafe to say Supreme Morris & Company mi- -T .'"IT;."