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'ALBUQTJKTJQtTE EVENING CmZOL
PAGE rtVK. Z
Books, Stati nery, .
Toys, Pictures, -Leather
The Entire Stock is Being Sacrificed From 25 Percent to 75 Percent
Newcomer's Old Stand E. J. STRONG Next to the Postoffice
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Clob House Goods will
H suit yotf exactly. Yoti
M iff fl A tU if. k.rt
w Will tiuu iuiui iu west
House customers never
H Fresh Dairy Butter twice a week
p from Matthew's jersey farm.
E A. J. MALOY 3
214 Central A venue
and TOMATO SOY
with your meals
at the ..
Motel ' .
J. R. Field is in the Picture
Framing Business at 515
South First Street. AU Kinds
of Mat Cutting, and Picture
Frames Made to Order.
he best , . 4
. M. Part
Read It: "
ng at S17 Sou''
lerque, N. M"
V Pills are en-
praise i can
but I can
secretions stopptu altoget.
V to have a physician draw
i mat, time i was employeu
" 'ffineer and had t give
. th Jar of the . ;ine
., ' :4 'ack beyonu en-
.1 ... '' pt ln across
The Home Restaurant
207 West Gold Avenue;
Large, Well Lighted Room
Prompt, Courteous Service
Music While You Eat
Patronized by the Best People
Number One Meals
Hreakfast - - . 25c
Dinner and Supper 35c
Special Kates by the
week or mont'..
MRS. M. F. MYERS, Proprietress
Keep Watch of Our Seven Show Windows
Keeping stop with the mot progressive Drug Houses of the
Country, mo are carrying complete lino of goods mill able for
Holiday, Wedding, and AnnlwrMiiry Gifts. Brilliant Cut Glass,
Dainty Hand Puinted China, Hieh Leather (.oods. Painty Per
fumes In Cut Glass liottles, Toilet Sets, Shnvlng Sets, Toilet Waters,
ISmshes, Mirrors and Toilet Articles in single pieces or sots. Handl
ing these goods In lurge quantities we arc able to meet any competition.
It. Our Prescription and lmg Departments always In charge
of expert registered plutrmacJsts.
J, H. O'RIELLY CO.
The Busiest Drug House Between Denver and Los Angeles
WOOLEN MILLS TO BE
Stockholder Will Own
More Than $50 Worth
The Farmers' Educational and Co
operative union is a young organi
zation of farmers, started in Texas
only six years ago, they now report
a membership of 2,000,000. They
certainly are not organized for a mu
tual admiration socity, but upon the
other hand they are organized for
mutual protection and benefit. Then
there had to be a real cause for
organization one that vitally affect
ed them one and all. That cause
was that after a year's hard work
by the farmers whole family they
found that the sale of their cotton
in the bale barely supplied them
with their simple necessities that
they themselves did not produce, one
of which was cotton goods, made
from the-very cotton that they them
selves were the producers of. So it
was their necessity for relief that
drove thenv Into their union and to
become students ; of -co-operation. -
You may ask how does this affect
the citizens of Albuquerque and of
New Mexico In general T
I."'Will tell you how. We' are the
producers of about 35.000.000 nounds
of wool in the grease, that now costs
the wool growers of New Mexico 25
per cent of what he now gets on I
an average which Is about 15c, a loss i
of 11,4,50,000 to the territory provid
ed that a more economical means of
reaching this true market can be
found (that market Is the man and
woman that wear the goods). This
farmer organization say they are
prevented from getting a fair return
from their produce largely from the
trust control of . the machines
through which their raw materials
Then at the trust conference In
Chicago to which I was a delegate
where the trust was cussed and dis
cussed ft was shown that the cause
of the consumers troubles, high
prices, adulterated, shoddy stuff, was
posstfele only from the fact of the
trust ownership of -the machine
through which their necessities must
come' In the connection the presi-
of the chamber of commerce
- also the president of Tufts
Sw . teiegaies to tne con-
seve.e a . ?
about a we ' , ' ''
Mrs. Fred .L,.
to my ad
five party at her
avenue this afternoo
largely attended by t y
Mrs. John Wreenwald i
for being the best player. Miss ue,
Harris won the consolation prize.
V,C, Vffy' manager of the a
Bell., . iLj " - ,
r" -chines that have bet..
n pay TOLA, and It's fur t
Mexico, a fc. .
Is home to v .
her mother, Mr.
The Kastern . "
"leetlng o, '
- - 6 to 9
12 to 2
5:30 to 7:30
Y GOODS I
reason that we have devoted so much
time and money In showing them the
advantages of owning the woolen
mills right here at Albuquerque and
of using New Mexico wools, 25,000,
OflO pounds of our wool In grease
will yield about 12,000,000 of clean
wool ready for use, which Is not suf
ficient to supply these people with
their wool suitings and knit goods.
All of this should convince you
"booster" residents of Albuquerque
that this is the real market that will
add to New Mexico's wealth the
million and a half of dollars that is
now lost but that Is not all It would
firing nn Investment of over one mil
lion in building oud machinery it
Mould rntiNo to lie paid out to labor
used . In manufacturing this wool in
to their wants, $,0u0,000 annually
it Mould add 50,000 huppy persons
iu our population (because they
would be well paid and because they
uuiu De co-operative or Joint own
ers of these mills and freed from the
competition HEU, that they are now
The lllo Grande Woolen mills have
me inuorsemeni oi mis great or
ganization. 1 have met them in na
tional and state conventions. They
have Fent their business agents here
to Investigate, their only surprise Is
that every man and woman of Albu
querque are not members of our
company. There are reasons why
this is so, principal of which is that
we have had the usual dilticulties to
overcome that confront new efforts
In a new place, we are happy, how
ever to now invite you one and all
to call at Huppe's drug store, who
has so kindly allowed us space that
la centrally colated and convenient
for you to see the kind of men and
women's suiting we are making as
well as blankets.
If we jould say to the Farmers'
union, members and others that 2.
000 citizens of- Albuqueraue had in
a few days become members of our
company by buying a suit of clothes
each, we believe that enthusiasm
would reach them more effectively
than all the other arguments we
could use, and we invite you to do
this (even 5.000 or more of vou to
do it)." We do not ask for donations
as for you to Just help us, but to
help yourselves. We want to con
vince you that we are not attempt
ing something not practical or that
could be called Utopian in any sense.
We want to convince you of the
fact that for you to co-operatively
own these machines and make your
own woolen goods pure and good
will be , of iM-rsoiuil benefit to you,
that done we know of no reason why
the other fellow will not be convinc
ed. Your doing this at this time of
fin-uncial dilticulties will be of great
help In establishing for a certainty
an Industry second to none in the
United States and of laying the foun
dation for a great Industrial center
right here, where the natural advan
tages are all so great. You make the
selection after looking at goods on
display at Kuppe's, leave name and
address In book provided, put down
style number found on pin ticket at
tached to siutings, leave $5.00 and
"i expert at taking measurements
"M and take your measure, the
, hen be made and your
.., , vou subject to your
"t of $16.75
f stock In
m tO per cent
red to those
These . by union la
bor only the . ind trimmings
are In proportion h goods.
This display win oe aiscontinued
after Saturday evening as will our
efforts, to secure yjur co-operation
In securing this market for one o:
- MeiW most Important pro
ave spent the results of
work to the present time
now how much will you
1XNY H. BKiAKUUP
of Rio Grande Woolen
CRYSTAL IS BEST
With the new and original moving
picture, "Jack the Kisser," Cutler
and Elwood's beuutlful high class
singing act and Harry De Voy's
genuine Dutchman It must be said
that the Crystal Is offering a better
show the latter part of this week
than it did the first part.
yulte a satisfactory crowd attend
ed the mid-week change there last
night and all left the theatre pleas
ed over what they had seen ai.1
heard. The favorite illustrated song
singer, Joe R. Scottl, was heard to
good advantage In another good
song. "Won't You Re My Honey."
l'olk and Marlella's laughable
knock-about act Is as brisk as ever
and brings down the house every
time. The new moving picture, call
ed "Jack, the Kisser," Ls the best
funny one yet and it as greeted by
scream after scream of laughter.
The vaudeville . show this week
will richly repay a visit.
We are giving free $7.60 worth
of ware at our Btore next week. Sea
advertisement in this paper for par
ticulars. Wagner Hardware Ca.
TO HOLD RALLY
ElK's Opera House Has Bene
Engaged for the
The fourth Sunday in November
of each year has been designated
"World's Sunday School Temperance
The highest ecclesiastical bodies
give recognition to this day. The
appointment Is also made by the In
ternational Sunday School conven
tion through the Internalonal Les
son committee, and provision Is made
for a World's Sunday School Tem
perance Lesson, November 24.
Title: World' Temperance Sun
day. Lesson text: Rom. 12:12-23.
Golden text: Judge this rather,
that no man put a stumbling block
or an occasion to fall in his- brother's
way. Rom. 13:13.
The drink curse la world wide,
and young, people In particular
should be taught that It is a crime
against the nation and a sin against
God. It is fitting, therefore, that the
subject be presented from both na
tional and personal points of view.
We therefore call upon all pastors,
Sunday school superintendents and
teachers, all W. C. T. U. workers In
the Sunday schools and all friends
of temperance teaching In the Sun
day school to make the observance
of World's Sunday School Temper
ance Sunday a notable occasion.
Let it be the great annual temper
ance field day for the Sunday schools
of the world.
MRS. WILBUR F CRAFTS,
Superintendent Sunday School Dept.,
World's W. C. T. U.
MRS. STiJLLA . IRVINE,
Superintendent Sunday School Dept.;
National W. C. T. U.
Ixk-hI W. C. T. U, Responds.
In compliance with the -above call,
the local Woman's Christian Tem
perance union will observe World's
Temperance Sunday by;, holding a
Sunday school temperance rally at
Elks' opera house, Sunday, Nov. 24,
at 2:30 p. m. All Sunday schools
of the city are requested to take
part In ' the ' program? 1 Everybody
come and bring the children. See
MRS. C. K. VAUGHN.
Territorial Supt. 8. S. Dept., of New
Mexico W. C. T. U.
WHAT MARKET AFFORDS
Turkeys Remain Steady at
25 Cents a Pound-Cranberries
2 qts. for 25.
The produce market In Albuouer-
que . remained practically unchanged
last week. The turkey and Its ad
juncts for the usual Sunday and
Thanksgiving dinner have :iven no
indications of the approaching feast
day by a skyward leap In prices.
Turkeys remain at 24c and cranber
ries at two quarts for 25c.
Dealers have all arranged for
their Thanksgiving supply of turkeys
and they expect to be more than
able to fill the demand. iHrawber-
ries are now selling for 20c a box
straight where last week they sold
two boxes for 35 cents. Sweet po
tatoes have gone up to three pounds
beets, 6c; carrots, 6c: : Turnips, 60;
Celery, 60 up; Hubbard squash,
5c; pumpkins, 5c; potatoes, 10 lbs
for 26c; sweet potatoes. $ lbs for
25c; spinach, Siic; cabbage, 6c-
dry onions, 6c; green onions, 2
Duncnes 6c; caulfllower, 15c; par
Bananas, 40c; apples, 10c; lemons,
3tc and up; pears, 15c; strawberries,
20e; cranberries, 2 qU. for 25e;
cocoanuts, 10 arid 15c; oranges, 30
to uc a dni.; grapes, 15c a lb and
Sea bass, lRc; catfish. 20c; rock
cod. lbc; fiounuVr, lit'; oysters, 35c
a pint; suntlsh. 15c; Salmon, 25c;
Reef, g to 20c; pork, 15 to 20c;
veal, 15 to 20c; mutton, 10 to 20c;
spring lamb, 12'i to 20c; ham. 15
to le; sausage, 2 lbs for 25c; spring
chicken, 18c; geese, ISc; hamburger,
2 lbs for 25c; " hens. 18c; squabs,
17 He; ducks. 20c; turkeys, 24c.
Watch for our announcement on
Thanksgiving Duy. innham's Indians.
You can save half the time vou
spend In darning Mocking by buying
ine ceieurHted iilack t'at brand of
hosiery. The bei-t on the market for
wear, looks and fit. All sizes for
men, women and thildern. Prices run
from 121 to 60c. For sale at C. May's
shoe store, 314 West Central avenue.
Watch for our announcement on
Thanksgiving Day. lienham's Indians.
Third entertainment of the Midland
lecture course in the Congregational
rnurcn 'i uesiiay evening Nov. 2. Il
lustrated lecture by J. Ixirenzo Zwlc
key. Admission 60 cent".
DeWitt's Kidney and. Bladder Pills
relieve backache, weak kidneys, and
Inflammation of th bladder. Sold
by J H. 0P.!ti:y. ,
DEAD IN BED AT
Bottle of Laudanum Points to
Under circumstances which first
led the police to believe it a case
of sulfide, J. E. netldrs, aired 63 a
mining engineer, was found dead in
his bed at the Aiinnenpolis house
tiuout mi o clock tnu morning by J
H. DeVore. the proprietor, and M
i'fL,eon, wno naa called to see Ged
A vial, partly filled with Inudlum
was found In the room nmt thi it.H
the officers to believe Unit Geddes
nan laKen nis own life. Dr. H. li
vaunmnn atter an examination of
me Doay said death was from natur
al causes, probably apoplexy, there
oeing no signs of laudenum poison
DeLeon, a hat cleaner of West
uoia avenue, was well acquainted
wun ueoues, and nis ftatement of
ronversMiion u-itH riaii.Ua n s
days before strengthened the belief
in tne suicide theory. "Geddes often
came around to my place," ald De
Leon. "I knew he was without mon
ey and loaned him some from day to
day. He snld his daughter who lives
in Jewell, Kan., was to spnd him
some money, but e he could not get it
out of the bank on account of the
money stringency. -
Hud Notion to End It AH.
"Three days ago he came around
to my place and told me his monev
had not come yet. 'l'v got a big
notion to end- It all.' he said to me
as ne lert."
jeddes had Just taken a contract
to do some work for the Alvarado
Mining company In Coyote canvon
and was to have left thl morning 'for
lue mine. u. u. KosenQeld, the own
er of the mine, had drawn up and
signed the contract with Geddes a
few days before. Geddes seemed
pieaea witn tne contract and was
anxious to get on the work as. soon
as the -weather would permit.
Rosenneld met DeLeon on the
street this morning and knowing he
was acquainted with Geddes a.ked
about him. DeLeon- told him he was
going to the Minneapolis to see Gci
dess then, and a few minutes latei
Rosenfleld, learned of Geddes' sud
The mining engineer lived the life
of a bachelor at the Minneapolis, do
ing all his housework, including the
oooklng, so when he did not appear
this morning at the usual- hour it
afousedi no comment.' When the body
was found Chief McMlllIn and Jus
tice Craig were called. The body was
taken to Borders mordue.
"Death was due to natural cause--.
said Dr. H. H. KaulTman. "It was
not poisoning; no indications point
to poisoning. It was probably apo
Came I'Yoni Kansas.
A search through papers found In
Geddes' room resulted In learning the
address of a son and daughter, Char
les Geddes and Mrs. A. It Hob bins,
or Jewett, Kan., who have been no
tided of his death. Geddes came to
Albuquerque over a month ago from
Raton. He was a civil war veteran
and a pensioner.
MINES ARE CLOSING
Gold, Sliver and Lead Pros'
pectors Continue Work
Dr. K. A. Jones, the mining expert,
who returned to the city this morn
ing from the southern part of the
teirltory, says that a large number
of the mines of the country have
been shut down as a result of the
luie money stringency. Nearly ull of
the copper propositions have discon
tinued work. Only the silver, gold
and lead mines are working.
Dr. Jones made a thorough exam
ination of the Granite Gapp mine, a
property owned by the United states
and Mexico Development company,
and located In the i'elonclllo moun
tains, southern Grant county. The
mine Is a lead and silver proposition
and a valuable property. It is the
producer of the finest lead ore in the
southwest. The ore ls the self-fluxing
kind and the smelter pays a premium
The mines at Lord.burg are shut
down, excepting the Eighty-Five
mine, a gold, silver and copper prop
osition. Dr. Jones visited the property of
the Kansas City Firemen's Mining
and Sini-lting company, whh'h Is lo
cated about ten miles north of Dem
Ing. The company has spent about
$10,000 and has nothing but a hole In
the ground to show for Its work. The
doctor says that there is little pros
pect for a mine where the company
is working now. The company ls
composd ot men belonging to the Are
departments of Kansas City, Mo.
The Demlng smelter is still run
ning and seems to have plenty of ore
In Its bins. Considerable rain hs
fallen In the southern part of the ter
ritory the past week and a little snow
Is to be seen on the more lofty of
Dr. Jones says that the train,
which arrived in Silver City last
night and load with laborers carry
ing grips and- apparently leaving the
I sj r ... 1 - in --r,--,r.-TT55S3
JI ' j(
s$ Should be the most cheer--3
ful and attractive room in
the house. Good cheer needs as a fitting accompan
iment comfortable furniture and snow white linen
We can supply the furniture in latest patterns and
most artistic designs.
We ore showing new styles In Buffets, Extension Tables, China
Closet, Chairs and Rugs. Oar prices are the lowest.
ALBERT FABER 308-310 Central Ave.
We want everybody In Albuquer-
que to help us reduce our stock to
make room for our holiday good.
Come today and savs big money on
clothing, shoes, dry goods, under
wear, sweaters, etc.
Groceries at Cut Prices.
Large Can Colton Tomatoes 10c.
CASH BUYERS' UNION
122 North Second
ALL WOMEN WILL
VOTE THIS FALL
that we are making the most ap
petlz'ng, delicious and nourishing
breadstufTs that It ls possible to
make from the choicest flour and
skill of the bakers art. Good bread
In the home Is the "staff of life,"
and we give you a staff worth lean
ing on. Our bread, cakes and pastry
an't b; beaten by anyone.
207 South Fir. t St
lLs Jlj Laf
Loose Leaf Ledger
Are you going to install one for
next year's business?
Better get in line.
AU sizes and kinds made by
H. S. L1THGOW
SHOE STORE AND REPAIRS
105 North First Street
One Week Longer.
Bid before Nov. 23 on the book
accounts and notes belonging to the
nankrupt estate or H. J. Haver
kampf. Notes and accounts amount
ing to over 112,000.00 at a big profit-making
discount to wind up the
For schedule and Information see
or address, J. A. Miller, Trustee, Al
buquerque, N. M.
GIVE US A CHANCE
To' figure on that bill of lumber.
Our lumber comes from our own
mills located In the best body of
timber In New Mexico.
A largo stock of dry spruco
dimension on hand. Why not buy
the best when It Is Just as cheap?
It will pay you to look Into this.
RiO GRANDE lUMBtH CO.
Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette ,
If Your Eyes Trouble Yea
Dr. C. H. Carnes
The Central Avenue Optician.
Every pair of Eye Glasses and Spec
taj'lcs fitted Guaranteed
Absolutely Correct. '
AT YANOWS. 114 W. CENTRAIi
Phono 453 for Appointnienta.
AMERICAN MOCK. -
CLEAN GAS COKE.
FOR CASH ONLY.
V.H.HAIIN & CO,
C. F. Allen
Galvanized Cornices, Ski
305 West Gold
Consult a Reliable Dentist
(VII Set of Teetb 4. A
Gold nillng .....$1.60 up U" fl
Gold Crowns .$ mf iS
rainless Kxtracting. . .Mc Vr "
ALL WORK ARSOLCTlXy GUAR
ANTEED. DRS. COPP and PETTO"
ROOM 12. N. T. ARM I JO 151. 1X1.