Albuquerque Morning Journal Newspaper Archives Mar 31 1926, Page 4

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Albuquerque Morning Journal (Newspaper) - March 31, 1926, Albuquerque, New Mexico January i 1926 Albuquerque morning journal put three difficulties of Corn increase for the year is put at 536,000,000 bushels ii. In. School for be less in m rom missioner believes the Outlook for settlers on irrigation projects in the new year is Bright Washington dec. Sign pm Vav lessening of Tho difficulties that mule 1925 Quot abnormal and perplexing Quot in the administration of the reclamation Bureau was forecast by Elwood Mead reclamation commissioner in a new years statement. The hearings of the Board of Survey and adjustments had an unsettling effect in i b a re he stated As did the changing the i Isis of payment to a percentage of Gross value of crops. Quot these difficulties will be less prominent next year Quot declared or. Mild. Quot the re. Ort of the Hoard of Survey and adjustments his been completed and two Hills for a simplified payment plan hive been introduced i ii Congress. Quot the fact that seven projects Are in the Bine ribbon class financially either paying nil payments ii i or approaching it has had a reassure. Effect on Public Opin Ion throughout the country if an equal number of other projects or Fttie meet All payments during the year to come it will do More than All other influences combined to restore popular support for the reclamation policy. A a tile signing by the. State of m a shirt set on and the department f a contract providing flt a financial Aid and direction of settlement of the Kittitas project Marks u new a in settlement and agricultural development of the pro Quot the need for Aid and direction is now so generally a it go a i As to Lead to confident by inf that in Iii Deil on at of nil m w areas still have to he furnished from same source. Among our duties in tilt in w year my in improving agricultural pram in and in building up morale claim first place i ii so Arnut led to St dire i nip payments. Future accumulation a if arrears must. If possible by Praise by Foy Twenty per cent More com was produced in 1925 than in 1924, according to the Corn Survey of Hie Sears Roebuck agricultural foundation. An increased production of 536,000,000 bushels brings the 1925 figure to 3,013,000,000 bushels. Ibis plus the carry Over of 1924 makes the general marketable 1925 a n crop of 8,074,000,000 bushels the largest in five years. While Tho Corn crop was nearly a failure in of in Arhus a High or stand the Southwest and the average yield was Low in almost the entire it cd s y Cotton Belt the Corn balt itself in practically All sections North of the Dan Excel we a vim i aug Vav u Vav Rny i _ Ohio and Potomac Rivers prod ded an excellent crop of Fine Quality the Large excess production however and the fact that there is fewer live Stock on the farms and some curtailment in feeding operations have in Aile Corn plentiful and Low in Price. Receipts have not been heavy at the terminal markets and in fact have decreased substantially beginning with March 1924. Farmers Are storing heavily in cribs with Tho Hope that some of the commodity May be sold for Export abroad which will improve Domestic prices considerably. There has been a steady crop in prices from the top Price in january of $1.32 to �s2 cents in november in Chicago. Receipts have fluctuated violently with an up turn Grade beginning in october. The United states is the Corn nation of the world producing 70 per cent of the entire crop. New uses for Corn promises to increase consumption of this Grain appreciably. Particularly significant is Tho manufacture of Corn sugar which is increasing in i importance. Ard of sanitation than any other so far inspected he reports correctional Eye treatment is Given whenever necessary. A pupils Are vaccinated for smallpox typhoid and diphtheria end All employees about the school Are required to take smallpox vaccination. Eighty three students or a total of 116 persons including the a aft tame in under the health inspection. The state department requests that hereafter before a new person is employed particularly those handling food a physical examination be required. This is to guard particularly against typhoid and diphtheria infections being started among the Blind children the new dormitory for which the legislature granted $60,000, is to to built soon. Trost and Trost of Al paso Are drawing plans and specifications and bids will be called for in the near future. To Kotecz Yoch �,1111.0-8 dealt through thoughtlessness tin slight cough or cold of a child often neglected and becomes sort Ous. A few doses of Foley. Honey and Tah com hound at Small Cost taken at the Onse of the cold brings speedy Relief. B. Prepared have a bottle of this Safe reliable cough remedy on hand and give promptly when a cough or cold is detected. Equally it feet the for older persons. Demand Foley a Honey and Tah. Sold every where. Had v. Heaters today i on fifth Avenue new there a your opening Alamogordo n. Doc. 31 a j under a ruling that All state in Quot dilutions be inspected by the state j Bureau of Public health a Survey of the new Mexico school for the Blind was made recently by or. Fox of Santa. Be. According to a communication from or. Duckett head of the health department tills j school made a very Good showing Quot taken says or. Duckett Quot your institution Reacher a higher Standard of sanitation than any other in state so far the Survey covered character my condition of grounds Ami buildings sanitation facilities appearance and nutrition of the pupils. Ventilation lighting and heating and water and sewer systems. Tile physical condition of Tho children and Tho medical attention which they receive was Given particular attention in the report. The children Are under the care of a local physician and Are Given regular inspection yearly by or. Gray Eye specialist from Al paso. Ground of Street traffic pedestrians and hurrying bustling activity. Many famous Dublin land-1 Narks Are shown including Nelsons pillar Hie of Connel statue the Bank of Ireland Trinity col lege Etc. Another sequence shows a race track scene at Phoenix Park. Hie actual running of several races tin betting rings Etc. Then comes Beautiful Blarney Arith its lakes antique castles am picturesque Countryside. Hare the major scene of the notion Are Laid. Sci Ghana a big scones with Douglas. Tho villain and ills band of conspirators occur in picturesque Queen s cottage Blarney once the summer residence of Queen Victoria. Still another scene shows the tar kissing the Blarney Totie. A close up shown How this is done wishing you a Happy new year we gratefully announce that the new Standard full paid business of the new Mexico and Arizona agents of the Mutual life of new York during the past year has been prosperous beyond our expectations. The company is again increased its dividends to policyholders surpassing last years scale the highest dividend schedule to policyholders in a generation. This is the sixth consecutive annual increase of policyholders dividends. Many improvements in policy contracts have been made and some new forms have been issued. Payroll deduction life insurance has been authorized whereby a corporation partnership or individual having Twenty five or More employees May on agreement of the employees Pac premiums monthly to the company on life insurance payable to beneficiaries of the employees. J. H. Coons manager for new Mexico and Arizona 207 first National Bank building Albuquerque new Mexico with full appreciation of the Many courtesies new Mexico firms have favored us with during the past twelve months we extend our Best wishes for a Happy and prosperous new year. Valliant printing company 208 West Gold Avenue phone 440 Rind out inc a in for their generous patronage during the past year we extend to the residents of Albuquerque and Vicinity our Hearty thanks. For a continued patronage we intend to strive As Ever to Supply the choicest of everything in House furnishings at consistently close prices. We wish you All a prosperous new year. A Caver whips Quality la a is i8 a Gold avg. Urn i users i i Gocr Tham pics a u in thu deck of the s i offers a picturesque a to iffy flow it Leviathan background for action shots in mid Ocean. Iii Dublin cameras were set up in Loar of Hie City arum an entire sequence Nhot against a Buckie you Are i Ideal tilt utter baby Peggy ii a big attraction at to s theater. I hit Lead i Fig Atrul in Quot Jack and k Hatton anti his two nun my use a Beverly Quot and Quot Star Quot be principal characters m the pastime theater v i Devil is to Ater of r tonight Only. Tit til to a he t a nations tilt a will be in end i it to by Tjw a. A i it a Wei. Lay n Gib Quot and tilt i t f tin i i iut wet it Brady Riddle id is in a if Quot Bitt i f ii re in of Tai movie la a rho Bra Hob a a but reel j reduction Seiw Dolne tin ant the in m or a w Ytit i Tarrant it the a n Wilton ii n i an ail or a Irish Duck Quot a Paramount Pierre. But a meter of ret Mart Tiro. May Prosperity s Horn of plenty be tipped your Way during 1926, is the wish of Albuquerque motor co. Oldsmobile distributors fourth Street and Copper Avenue rating 49c 89c values 36 inches wide a Good selection of colors. Kid gloves $2.49 values to $5.00, broken sizes a assorted colors. Frill i lbs sir if i que Quot a Lush you a Happy prosperous la new year a a Ila _ there is no the ii and nothing so i it k o a i ii a Mir a i l. A 1 11 11 of to Hee f Riend s p the in. We desire to in lint in fair j nut a i Cooper a a 11 in v 11 i von Nir the act y de and i1 Happy prosperous new year Albuquerque National Bankin our u w Loc at Ion can Kal a Lisle at second january clearance Aale Broadcloth $1.95 $3.95 value 50 inches wide in Navy and Midnight Wool sponge $1.95 51-Inch Wool sponge $3.50 value in Navy and Velv onit $2.95 a Good fabric for Spring Coats 51 inches wide in Brown Beaver with Brown a a a a Iii it i or a Welt ii Fin Stripe. $ 4 76 value. Wool crepe $2.95 $4.95 Wool crepe Brown Only 54 inches wide. Wool plaids $2.95 54-Inch Novelty plaids on grounds of Black Blue and Brown. $1,95 value. Zebrine coating $1.95 54-Inch choline coating $3.75 value Black Only. _ Chapelone coating $3.95 51 inches wide in shades of Brown beader. Navy an it old Blue $0.25 value. Arabian cloth $2.95 $5.95 value 54 int it s wide a Spring port coat fabric in Navy and Tan pattern. Beginning saturday january 2nd Here Are values that afford the customer an Opportunity to effect great savings on wanted merchandise. Many items Are less than Cost. A Ford goods Zzz Giol Beacon robing 79c 36-Inch Beacon robing $1,00 value Good patterns on Tan Brown Grey Copen and Navy grounds. Corduroy 79c, 98c Corduroy 36 inches wide in shades of Grey White purple Brown an i Blue. Brocade silk $2.95 40-Inch Corticelli silk $4.95 value in shades of Coral Black and Tan. Moon glow Satin $2.95 $3.95 Moon glow Satin 40 inches wide in shades of Brown White and Navy. Silk Radium $1.95 $2.75 Radium 40 inches wide in shades of Orchid peach and flesh. Canton $1.95 $3.50 silk and Wool Canton in rust Navy and Black 40 inches wide. Spiral crepe $1.89 40-1nch spiral crepe in Toast and Black $2.95 value. Silk brocade $1.95 two tone brocaded silk 36 inches wide $2.95 value shades of blues and tans. Novelty crepes $3.95 Odds and ends in Novelty crepes values up to $9.25, Novelty patterns on grounds of Tan Grey and Oyster White. Many extra silk values on the $1.95 blankets $7.95 $8.95 $10.95i he Well known a a Vogt Tern Sheepshead All Wool blankets sizes 66 by 80 and 70 by 80, the original prices were $9 95, $10.95 and $12.95. In a Ltd Black Blue Grey Pink and Tan plaids. Big Cotton blankets $1.95 Fin 70 by 80, Long Nap Cotton blankets in White Grey and Tan Pink and Blue Borders regular $3.50 Odds and ends of silk underwear half Price children a sweaters half Price All ladies sweaters half Price All blouses and skirts half Price Outing gowns 49c Childr eng owns sizes 4 to to made from a Good aped patterns regular 75c reductions on Coats and dresses while our big coat and frock Sale Bas been under Way for the past week we still have a number of very Good values worthy of your consideration. Fink and Wool dresses for business and afternoon Price $8.50 to $39.75late models in the newest ii and Wool fabrics Are featured in the season s choicest shades evening dresses one third less $37.35 to $43.35 colourful evening frocks in crepes Chiffon velvet one third less $13.00 to $83.35 stylish models luxuriously fur trimmed developed in pile sad suede like fabrics

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