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lunch-ion. In Aspin-wall tinnl-versary. Fen-; Fen-; j I , j , . ' '. i u mum nam iwm-' iwm-' iwm-' " H- H- r ' ' - " - ' V "! ': ... , - ' " . ' 1 Heald Hall, Rio Grande Industrial School To Be Dedicated Today lira SCHOOL L NOT QUITE ONE YEAR OLD Dedication of Handsome Hcald Hall at-Congregational at-Congregational at-Congregational Institution Institution South of City This Afternoon, Afternoon, Tho formal dedication of the new and handsome $r,,fli)0 j -: -: ; I . I hall at lite 1'io Grands Industrial school el 3 o'clock this afternoon will ennui near to celebrating tho first birthday of one of the most suci essful instil n-limi.s n-limi.s n-limi.s maintained by l he Com. relational relational church in the wchI. The ceremonies ceremonies which will be held at the hall Jusl south of the city will be very Interesting, Interesting, (ho program Including music music and addresses by J. If. I fenld,' field superintendent of missions for the church; Itev. W. J, Marsh, pastor of the First Congregational chiir h, and probably .fudge Ira Abbott of Ihc district district court. NEW PROCESS PROVIDES ALCOHOL PURE AND CHEAP Chicago, Sept. 4. A liroeess has been discovered by Which pure alcohol alcohol can be made from sawdust for seven renin a gallon, according to n story will appear In the ltee-ord-llerald ltee-ord-llerald ltee-ord-llerald ltee-ord-llerald ltee-ord-llerald tomorrow. After five years of experimenting process for making an alcohol said In be pure as that obtained from grain Is claimed to have been discovered by Malcolm F. Kwen and George II. Tomllnson of this city. ...... ; , , , , heellon .Men Craned In Death. ripiiiiKfli .!, IHk Sepl. 4.-- 4.-- 4.-- Five section hands were crushed to death today by the wheels of a btix cur tinder tinder which they hnd taken shelter from rain. A freight burked Into Ungear. JULIAN J. VIOLIN Studio - - - 309 Tlie new builditiK Is a Iiiikc and commodious one made of brii k coaled with cement, 4i by 411 feet, two stories stories .and baHcnient rontainiiiu; school rooms, priiiciial's a pari incut, boys' dormitory, and an cssories. The Cio iraniie lndiisirial School, started October I, l!MiS, with twenty pupils, a ll.fiini buildliiK'. K'lis' dormitory dormitory and culinary department presents presents the first instance In this territory territory of the application of industrial methods to day schools and its great success has demonstrated the wisdom it the plan. The nt tendance has groivn rapidly, it has been neccssary to increase the tachlnjf force under Uev. A. C Heyman. the principal; and the buildintf to he dedicated today today became a necessity. -The -The first money used in securing the site for the school was raised In the north by .Miss Honora De Husk and. Mies Olive fl. OibKOti, the latter. formerly a teacher at Heboyela ,now bring pre. eeptrcsB. Miss Louise LudwlK is matron and Industrial teacher for the (this. nd Uev. S. L. Hernandez Is rendering valuable service In the boys' department. department. He Is assisted by Mr. John Jacobsoii. Mr. Heyman is a graduate of the ChlcaBo Theological seminary, has had practical farming an Industrial Industrial experience and has shown ex ecutive ability of a hiaii order. The site of the school is on n rioKrjj commanding a fine view of the valley ami covers )!0 acres. Twenty iicresj are under irrigation while a pMinoln plant will supply water to much more land. There Is an orchard of Hcvc'iiy-! Hcvc'iiy-! Hcvc'iiy-! five trees and twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five vlnex; an I apiary of twenty hives of bees; u , A thi is In all ing a joy row and a bit; t o It dairy of six Jersey ham eostinir t""- t""- There ar pumping plans run by Kasoline. oip-to oip-to oip-to furnish water for the building and one mr Irrigation. Two wells, and windmills have hern Improved nt cost of 1 1. Tien. There ere horses, mules, vehicles and toolx which have cost over ll.lal. Simps for traiuinK In carpentry work and blacksmithini,' are anionic tlie other improvements to be made this year. Tin- Tin- ork of the school anionic tin- tin- native boyg and eirls will have re-, re-, re-, mils of Incalculable value In makinjj them better ritigens and better men und the dedication of the lean- lean- ,1 ..... ... .,!;.., .,! I.,. I 9 niui new mjo ioo.ij in im "v' but the first step 1n an era of remarkable remarkable growth in us, fulness from U'JW oil. : : man's handiwork S there is nothing more tiful than hand-painted hand-painted hand-painted china, combining the genius with the wonderful work and material that is wonderful itself; both useful and always giving Pickard Hand-Painted Hand-Painted Hand-Painted China is absolutely at the We have a large line; in our windows and step the store, and while observing its excellence, note prices, as low as it can bought anywhere. Within reach of pocketbook. : S. Vann The Up-tO'Date Up-tO'Date 205 South Albuquerque,

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  1. Albuquerque Journal,
  2. 05 Sep 1909, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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