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AL1UQVXXQVE IVfiKIMO X
The Most ApprtpriaU, Substantial and
Beautiful of All Gifts.
Rcmhhuc plain, common-seme BUSINESS REASONS
WHY we CAN and DO undersell alt competitors:
lei. We li'mn Muik)' on Illamouil.
2imI. We ItO .MtT wp will any oilier mndnran concern
limn full NliolrNilu nlno tin n plcrtt of pemrlly.
mi. TlifM' pinker, when unredeemed, MUST 111? SOLD, nml
lu'l li ltM4fl (OHHwm arnno Hint Wo ('fin HULL to YOU for MH
limit tlio rrgtitar dealer CAN I5IY AT WIIOLIXtLlv nnd rcaMta
Juxt profit? .Imt lUgcst thin nml
BUY WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES FARTHEST
114 W. Central
MAGNUS BROWN HAS
President of Wool Growers
Co-Operative Xillhif Co.
Arrive from Worth Where
Hm Been for Some Time.
Magnus Ilrown, president of llio
"Wool Growers" Co-Operntlvo Milling
company, which some tuny ago pur
chased and. renovated the old woolen
mill In tills city, arrived toljiy from
Minnesota nml Wisconsin, whuru ho
lmii been on business for sovcral
months, llrown will bo remembered
because of his newspaper altercation
with William M. Wood, president of
tho wool trust, last February.
Mr Drown Is quite pessimistic
about ienltift tho local mills. Ho
nnld that support we lacking nnd tht
northern capital, winch it bud been
hoped to draw Into the enterprise,
wnij of tho oplnloln that tito niachiu
ory here wna not fitted for turning;
out Rood good. Mr. Drown ald:
"( personally bcllevo that tho local
mills aro plenty good enough to mill
blankets, flannels nnd ollior standard
woolen goods, but thero does not
twin to bo much use In trying to put
tho schema through here. Wto aro
thinking very seriously about making
our Inltlnl experiment clsowhoro. You
know, pur plait Is to pay what tho
wool bt north, to mill It well, iwylns
what tho tabor Is worth and then to
sell tho ftoodft to th cansumor nt u
lnlr prlcx Wo may not be able to
do that horc, on account of tho op
position cither passive or active,
which wo nro encountering.
"The lack of supjKirl wo nro re
ceiving Is not till Albuquorquo's fault,
hut nt nny rntc, wo must havo fnvor
nblo conditions for our experiment Is
paying tho wool grower what bin wool
In worth. Tlio local mill offers a good
upporl unity for doing this, t do not
IkIIkvo that It offers any other op
portunity except a apoculatlvo ono.
and wo nro not trying lo spwHtltilo.
"It seema to mu that wool Is bound
to go up In pilco noon, becauso con
ilHliuis cverywlu.ro nro bullish. Al
though thero nro reports that tho
woolen mills nro not running full tlmo
yet I know thai many or them nro
running doiililo abuts. Thero Is n
grimier dotasmd for wools than it
Hcums nt present pealb!o to supply
tit current prices. This Is especially
Into in wools of tho quarter-blood
type. It skeins to mo that an Increase,
of live cents a pound In raw wool la
Itegular mceltit; of Woodmen's Clr.
cle. Odd 1'ellnws ball, Tuesday ufler
noon at 2:30. ,
1MMM (HtllKIl IS 0 TO 14 IIAVR
Vour druggist will refund money If
VK'.a OINTMENT falls to cure nny
'c of Itching, llllnd, Wording or
Grounding I'ilrs In 9 tn 14 days, 60c.
Tvr tli best saddle horses In tho
city call phone No. 3, W. L. Trimble,
113 North Second street.
RAMBLER PARTY IS
IN THE CITY
After Trip from Cleveland, 0.
to This City, Members Are
Delighted at Performance
of the Car.
After being on tho rood sinco Oc
tober 10. with a stopover of two weeks
in Denver. Ixmta N. Weber nnd James
II. Cleland arrived hero this morning
In a big Rambler car. They wcro
ncrompnuled from Denver by Chesney
l Weiicr. n son of tho other Mr.
Weber. Mr. Clolnnd li n son ln-lnw.
Tho party aro delighted with their
car. which they say has given them
no trottlilo except n brokon gear on
Hatott pass. They nro going to I'hoo
nlx. and will tnko tho southern route
from hero by way of Carthago, Mag-
(laloim nnd so on. The party Is well
equipped for rough country work, and
say they have encountered a llttlo
hardship, hut not much.
When tbey wero apprised of the
rough country west Into tho Mogollons
Mr. Wfouor, senior, said, "Well neith
er of these two boys was raised In a
hothouso nnd what tboy can stand, I
can," They rarry an aliimlum cook-
lug and eating outfit with them and
win outfit here for tho trip.
Mi ATTEMPT TO
i, MONDAY, 'HOT!
W. B. Atwater, Aviater for
Queens Aeroplane Company,
Passes Through City on
Way to Loi Angeles.
WILL IE THE FIRST
MONOPLANE TO TRY IT
W II Atwnlcr. mi nvlnlor for tho
Queens Monoplane company, passed
through the rlty this morning on tho
California Limited, on his wny to
I .on Angeles, from which point ho
will stmt in tho first nttempt to fly
across tho continent In n monoplane,
nnd nloo In the first nttempt lo carry
a pnsNenger tho entire distance.
Atwater Is comparatively now in
the aviation business, but baa nlreudy
marie a nnino for hlinself as n daring
et careful aviator (In will lake
turns on tho trip with I. Lucas, an
other aviator, who will alternate with
him in tho role of driver and passon
Ror. Thu machine to be used will bo a
largo monoplane, and It Is expected
that the entire trip, with good luck,
will take less than four weeks, as
tho machlno Is very speedy. Atwnlor
sayn bo expects to spend' about ISO
hours In Uic air lie also said that
wbllo ho was not quite sure of tho
routo, be believed It would follow
Westgard's routo across tho contin
ent nnd tn that case would of course
lnss through Albuquerque Tho
flight will start early In April,
TRADE WON BY
Splendid Holiday Stook of
Learnard - Lindemahn Co.
Wins Favor of the Music
Among thu local stores that aro
Tomorrow night at the Ontrul '"nkliiK early bollilny buying a gen
school Inillilliig meeting will bo u no. Pleasure Is that of tho Learnard.
held for tho purposo of arousing In- Wndcmnnn company, where there l
Ureal In nn nntl-tuberculosla emu- ,,,nB the largest and most at-
palgn In this city. It Is belleve.l that rnctlVo lino of mimical goods ever
proper bcnlth regulations for Altiu- ""nitited In New Mexico,
otteruue could result In a Breaterl, ''Mcrs who visit the Learnard
measure of safety for the residents Wndemnnn cttabllfhrnent seem to Iw
oml a deereustMl danger of infor.lloii Pipumriy iinpressvu wun uie
on the part of ovuryono living In tho ' ' itoihb. rccuKinseu
0lty. tho worlds best talking machines,
11 will ho tho object of tho meet- anA mnn' express pleased surprise nt
Intt to stir up pitbllo sentlmeiil In low l"-1" ' nttraetlve pajment
favor of health rtiKUlatl.ins. and to i enn" nnotcrt on these splendid gift
that end iiddrcsses will ho delivered Bods.
by Dr. Ituticrt Hiiiurt. a well known t l'ri"n "'I "ver the territory also tho
local bacteriologist, and Ilev. it. a I larnaril-Llndemniin company Is re-
Tnrri whn im xnvprni iimi. ink..n ceivitig uuiuirieH concerning musical
an nctlvo jmrt In campaigns for the goods for the holidays. All Inquiries
prevention of djsense. cjinnicier nre nuiiuieu wwi
Th meettllK will beslii at S n'eluok 'o utmost pnimptness and no effort
and It Is hoped that a largo number spared to furnish the most aceur-
r local people will iittoml. There is ,uu ami irunmrny '""'uu.. iu
no admission fee and any Interested wnro- ,h famous "square deal','
persons nro curdlally invited to bo P,,IB ' t1'1' has becomo u
nrmrnt. 1 most valuable asset. Out-of-town
, people have lenrned from experience
In itiimn. nhlllv wrnthnr Ihem la nt. that they got u big moneyi worth In
way n large demand for IIALI.AHD'H ! muslcnl goods for every penny they
HNOW LINIMENT because many poo- wna win tno eariianj.i-inacmBnn
IiIm wlifl linnw liu nrnrtrlAni... Il umnl i Clltlipaliy,
rellDVlnsr nnwer In rhpunniilx nebes should ho remembered, too, that
and jmlni. prepare to apply it at tho i"" s"" t the order makes no dlf
nrst twinge. Price 26e. too and $1.00 i Iho Ircnlmwit It reee ves
oi. i.ni uni,i i. ,.n ,i i,! A nittiest for sheet inuslo or a violin
per bottle. Hold by all druiigUts.
For tho best saddlo horses In the
cHy call pliwio No. 3, W 1 Trimble,
113 North Second street.
string will be met us promptly and
carefully ns an order for the most
famous make of piano.
SESSION WILL BE
A BUSY ONE
Many Commit Report axi
ConsiieraWirf 3hsIhmi of
Importa4tli Come Jefere
Tomorrow nfisU tho Commercial
club of Albuquerque will hold a ses
sion which proMhe lo bo ono of the
busiest which ltJM held for n kiK
llmo. Thero will bo rcorta prcet
ed from tho committee on endorsing
tho national highway bill Introduced
In the sctmto by vnator Cullow, k
report from tho eeinmltteo which
went in Hnnta Fa to sccilro tho edu
cational association', mceltag for Al
hnqucrquo In 1012,, a-nd sovernl oilier
mattors. Tho matter of securing bet.
tor telegraph service for Albuquerque
will also comu up,,,
OwlnR to tho IHaesj of ono of tho
members of tho rammlttca appointed
by tho city council, to work with thent
on tho commission plan for Altmquor
que there win ho ho report on that
at this time. Oh account of tho Im
portance of tho mectlnu. n full attend-
nnco la desired.
On tho ground tha tho receipt of
a fee fur his services had not beon
shown against Charles F. Aycock,
Jiidno Ira A. Abbott Saturday ordered
a dlsmlfsal of the case against him
for practicing medicine wlthuut a li
cense. li. Uuppo Saturday filed suit
against W, J. Johnson, as trustee, to
causo him to turn over to tho plain
tiff ISO shares of stock In tho Albu
qucrquo Ilrlck company, valued at
15,000, which It Is claimed were put
Into the hnnds of .the defendant as a
trust, and the complaint alleges that
now the trust la completed the trustee
refutes to return the stock to Mr.
Tho petit Jury has beon excused,
subject to call, nnd the district court
recessed,' to meet nt, tho call of Judge
Charles Kuarcnschlld ot Uleta
a visitor In tho city today.
"eW y.Kir rmuii.iii ui.w
hCrlc of 3 entertainments) prlit
or HtHftlo ticket, 81.(101 heiicltt
thofiy HMHltarlHin. On Mile ut Ihihi-II
j DrHK Co,
A SPECIAL SALE- OF FANCY RIBBONS
llejflnnlng IbU morning nnd contlnulng'throughout the week,
we will place on sale wide, wide, warp printed gibbon lit floral,
plaid, Persian and striped rn,tternr, especially adopted to fancy
work. , , j
For convenience In selling, tho assortment will bo priced i
At 35c., viliiM to
At 50c , viuc to
At 65c, values to $1.00
The Holidays will bring your iheughts nearer to oiir Leather
OnotJ Department that we have specially featured, showing a
wide rnngu ot novelty and practical bags In plush, velvet, leather,
etc.. In shapes Innumerable, modrrately priced, beginning at $1.00
Ftr g uson 4 Collister
Tonight the Orpheum chorus will
open for an Indefinite engagement,
in addition to thu big vuudevlllo at
tractions. Master Leon and Little
Virginia wilt lead the thorns l
pleasing nongs and dances, Ithynata
will do some .clairvoyant mind read
ing In connection with his glass case
trunk act. And there will be new
LOCAL FIOPLX WILL
SFEAX AT O0XO1RT
Durlne tho Intcriutsale t the '
eilt concert to bo he.W Nvl)r 29.
for Ht. Anthony's eeU9e sltsrluin,
J udo B4ward A' V ."I1"'
Dr. Mondol Wrfcr MM Mrs. n nay
of ike MoMusaHii lwsvoeni so-
Vlely wilt e4i sVsttver etNHt talks, not
eatcefiWtNf wssiisira w sskiii.
, MHiasof m lmipio nro in
terested In the' eestcsrt and will lend
their aid iayw tmYiwt, It a success
Mrs. Mi rrmmmm, iiruno
iMmMsmmmi. 'M-ra. Kay Hortiir. Charles
O, Aiep others will partlcl-ri?-
TW wsswsai numuers win incmno
asiverai f the eompcslHons or Charley
WmmM Cadmsn, who spent last
winter In tho city
Vr rfc asiMle horses la tk
allay call iiaoae o. 3, " h, TrteW,
Ut North leeoBd Street.
Jack Harris, a well known local
man, Is again able to bo out after an
Illness ot soveral days.
liny jour tkkei Hoir for tlio enter,
laln'meiit .Vovewfcer1 , len for tlio
lanteAt of Antlwitiy CHttagn Naetltar
linn. Single tickets, 81.00 at Powell
BIG AUTO DEALER
W. J. Carlor of Iever, president
ot tho Overland Auto company, ana
ono of tho most successful automobllo
men In tho ntlddlo west, has been In
Albuqiierquo for tho past days
on business concerning the big branch
establishment ot his eomRy en N.
First at. lio says hci Ra Jound bust
ncs conditions meet aatUfaetory
throughout Colorado and Now Mox
Ico nnd looks forward to n bhjf spring
trisdo in evory lino.
Jhirlng Mr. Carlcr'a stay hero Ihere
were place.1 on tho floor or the Over
land company's local gnraga a car
load of now anion, iMkttllng latest
model or tho popular KleselKar Of
spcclsl Interest hero ! tho new Kte-
The roal abilities of a well built
"Thirty" aro Hilly ndenuate for any
toitrtng demand. Tho sews grade ma
terkki, the same woritsaiifHshlp aa4
finish go Into tho KkMHslKar "Thirty"
as go into tho KUsefKs "Fifty" r
"Sixty." Tho "Thlrtr" M a llaMer
car, projiortloRatcly Isehtur towered,
but by no means cheaysnijit in mato
rials or workmansblii'. It u declilvc
ly wiser tor the ptirclnfter in the mar
ket for a modcrnto jirleetl iwtimobHo
to select a cor of thUt eianwanl rather
tha n car that sells Hr reason of Its
low price. Not only, wM a car of this
nigh grado consimcHsw eosi leee In
malaienanco and ftttaK .Mk rerlor
eo.-nfort and dopenrMMty eeeeotlat
to the jilcnsuro of metertne;. Imt when
future needs tnny renehw a Wner ear,
a high grade "TMrtjr" eewntiMMss
such a higher pried i rnecttew to
original price than (4m ehe ears,
I bus It is unwlso to nifssio anything
m ua .quiiiiiy and
The KisselKar "Thirty
ffcwt sate for ln-wsfc .Jtsiliwiir Ot4
HMK KwiHarhim at jNmI Hvttc O.
lleketa, Jl.Wt; "Mertsw of est
rertaltiiHeHtH, e.Sft, .,
- i i
Irregular towel itjeusmissls )4
cnroaie conttipatiin mm a sMMtieateg
habit flits tho system. -isMi imparities,
iti;UiNn is a grea Imhs4 ritlatr.
It purlaVj (He systoiwV Wg'sWsse Mm
utooa and ,putm tatjpslMv .
In fins vlimrotM conilTlsa. lriss 9e.
Bold bf aN it M4s . t
W M .VscCoj of
havlHir arriY4 last ':
P,;tisM Hi I ha
fa a pssce of,
tb aSMt of estia.
rirst Katibltt nevsV sftr so maay
men with guns. 1 jihlif wfc-t thr
are up ioT
Mttmti nnbMX. Itint' 1aW am
trying to make genie m mrhmtt
This car h ne ef the mott nowerf 1 ears oh record today ts We xH
Jst tke a ldk at it: it is the strongest built ear on mar teday MrWjially
adapted te aaad 1h rengk rads and will staad as many bard kneeks as axy etkir
ear in. tke werld.
The price of the ear fully equipped F. 0. 1., Altoqutniit, flTOO.
iSpecifications msslkmr ''Thirly"
l()TOK t-cyllntler, 30 II. P. Ilore,
i 1-L Htroke, 4 1-L
HODV Flvo passenger. ForcDoor.
I'llA.M K Double Drop! extf'a heavy
pressed tttcol, reinforced, narrowed
AXLIK Front I ltenm Drop Forging;
Hear, Full Floating type.
UIIAKIIK Internal and Internal; H
xS Inch drums.
HI'UINtiK Hcml.rlllpllc Froni. Three.
quarter elliptic near.
WlitfHIH 14 Inch; qulek detachable
TlltiX 3txt, Front and hear.
WlilitHi HAHIJ 11 Inches.
KJNITIO.V ?J"l'ortcd Mca or UuecK
TltANHMIWOV (Elective type:
threo iqieeds forward and reverse's
r. ft H. Annular Rail Hearings.
ltKAHINirH Thnkwl MHer beaHHC
throughout, except transmlsston.
COLOKKleset Kar ,gray with ,trr.
rt ripen; ether colors options),
Kqilll'MKXT Mohair or tsfltM4e,
top and cover. Gas La mis btolc
enameled and Hrass, ami FreM'O
Lite Tank, Solar black enamefeA1
and brass' dash and tall IrfimiM".
Horn, Jack, Pump, Kit ef Teets and
Tlr Ketialr OutW.
tHKg'wiTII HlIMi HQtllPMMKT,
tim r. . K ALmryuHittJK.
All we ask you to do is U look at the ear i let us five yen a iemeattratien.
You will then agree with ua that there is ho other ear equal te it, The mtxitrial is
of the best that caw be made. We will guarantee any defeat abeut it far e year
from date of sale. The factory stands behind us en this guarantee. We are a reefwur
sible company and able to stand behind our guarantee but twe guarantee should
be better than one.
Don't fail to see our line of Kissel Kars. We have a 30, 40 and 10 in ur skew
room. Don't fail to examine thee oars before you purokase any ether ear. .
1 The Overlaiid Auto Co.
Phone 750. 401-403 N. Fint Strett
No Wearisome Stairs for tke
Ladiee to Climb at Hand
some Gray Establishment;
Albuquerque people who appreciate
high class photographlo work will bo
l -tirekted in the announcement that
thi new Uray studio an West Central
a cnuo Is nearing completion and will I
likely bo opch for business tills week.
Although thero will be no formal
opening, Mr. dray Intimated this
morning that thero would ts a veiy
pretty Inducement offered m connec
tion with thq Invitation to taepect his
new establishment, and It Is suggest
Cd that future announcements be
"We had planned a big opening
day," Mr- Urny uild this mornlttg,
"but we have been so delayed, sM
the holWays aro so uloee Upon He that
wo shall have to forego fernMlMks."
Mr. Uray will be prepared for nkeht
sittings In tho new ctudlo a4 htm ail
ded a let of Improved aparattM fer
that purpose. Another attractive fs
lure will be the rest rom. It wMI
b prettily furntsherf ami vqulpfie4
with all toilet reqttMies. A lady at
tendant will be In charge, ami natreM
will not oven bo akcd to look at
photographs, Mr. (Jrny has plHnA
(his room as a publlo convenience and
will inulutaln It a sueh.
The Oray sluft has been wereet
und can, If necessary, have mqre thut
ISO dotcit pholngraphs ready for tie.
livery by ChrlslmM.
Wt will hare a limited ntuiv
bar el Mctm ektiat live kawt
rie4 Yuristys at fttfe a paund.
Wt will hKf a Una line (
OaWenlia VruMa and Yaejt
tablei far Tlmkisfiyiiif.
PECULATION IS THE
Week in Stack Market Opens
With Attempt ta Pare
Prices Upward; ?ret Tak
ing Has No Effect.
(Hy Rrtrtasr Hcrala A. P. Ieeeg Wire)
New York, Nov". !7. An Increase
of speculative Interest ehracteris4
tho beginning of the week In the
Mock market and with a tarker de
mand for long aecwnt prtees were
fereeil up generally. The market
ahewed some sign f wavering w
tag to the effects of profit tattm
when the aijvanee waa well under
way, but sen d em own r ted Its amter
lyla st re wet h by rallying. Higher
prices In the Lwn market and
more cheerful sentiment abroad In
flHcnced trading1 'JaveraWy. Par
eliase by Amalgamated Cefper of
ether prenevH helped the epfr
1 The market wftvanctd w m a
mH-e moderate faaMfmaHer the re
hcIIbh. Untied HtMctt Mix! aMUHted
ia leadership or the Het and teach
ed S ,7. Re, Much f the baying ef
this stock was based on remried bet
tr tmtHUm in the rtrad,, asitte
from the tteisat spocHfairye aeeriM4eSM
in the shares. W. Paul rM4 frem
lot i'l to tit 3.4 m tatm as Mw
preseure ceases). The Itarftmaai
roHp and Lchlfftt VaHey faUed t
mi tek to their lilgst kse of the
first hour, but tho gneet Urn, of.
the market was stadysMt there was
a cotmunt dlversiesi Vt sfecutatlvo
Interest In new qwiteee.
lo a as wero firm. -
Btoche were dkdrlVated est Us
forenoon advance and wheel th H
-arefeswionate thowcht they hstd
lected the win res wf asJstac Uetr ef-
feted the prlnclail Iseskaa setter re;
kt rallied In sympathy with er.
May started l-tWl-4 dewe at iii-t
and reeavwrcd to 4s S-le. .
A deeltfta at the yards tended t
carry previslens teaer and dsmaalili
was extreme stow, inlHal
Were! unchMgiid m tt dewn
MayMlvery tlt.SXH fr perk;
fer lard and If .78 far ribs.
t. Louis, Kev. 37. Lead htgher,
II.87H; reHir higher, $.!.
If antslTI eTidW T J MsMlMilr
mssen nf sansiwiske
Kansas City, Nov. 37. Cattle re
crlHs 13,960, Including ! h";
cms: market steady to strfinc. XMe
steers, )S.3SfP8,7S; seMthern else si,
i4,nos,09; xmlliem cswa attd hef
era, J.O04.J: mMVo cw and hetf.
ers, t3,76ts.S0: Mkrs and feedtsd.
J.o5.75; bulls, t3.33W4.7f; calyei,
t3.BCV7.3Si western ateeea, 4.W
l.tl; western cews, 3.MfI.M.
stead' to to law'er. stalk ef eehHf,
$(.Sf.4e; heavy, te.3rs.4sr Mca
ttn and butcher. 8.45; HthW.
t4,7tff.3s; pigs, t4.eni.M '.
Sheep Ueeelpta t,M8 ;mark)t
steady Mutton. 3,7Sff'3.(B; tambi
il.Mf I.SI! range wethers and
Hags. ?3.ea94.S9i range ewes, S3.4
As J ft AL&Y
ly. Union Faclflc, Readeisg. Cawsttaei
,5Pip sad United Wwtea Steel mM
IHrfnt below tK Xwsd. LefcsgH
vawey feaets seeur
day's MM, TMd aveilMe tWM
3 's-4,' Um kw 'An m m-
i iculallen wf d4t daring t aft
efftooM and the eeeee. wssa weatt.
7, Wssead' asseasae
Weak tr wwlatf
Oeinsssj prhsss we ta to' mm,
Me.irtest Sd tldS-l
etesMlled aewead II.MM.
wm hedvr w(Mt' May-ad l,eet l.H
l.t, a Met deetke mt -?.
Kt traderebesssMir sends Wn tsssa.
My ed a sfeade wsfar to a (Ms
sHiMtml up nt UUU tm 34 3 sgst
roe, to 14 M-ee)MH, The eleee wa
eaey, mrfaeewd by wheaf wita Mar
f-4fft.se desrii at I4e.
Two jMlitef H 4 A Has nt tkf
eupueeM t M wn ar a weet teng
eiuHd that eereal et tret, but the mar,.
ft. fin4e Wwd. , J
W. XhW, Nov. 17. Wel steed:
terrltery and west era. medium, 17,'
36e; fine mediums, tcllc; fliie, lift
Chleage, Xev. 37. Cattle reeelsa
17,668; market tower., Beeves, C.
.0; wclrR steers, f4.47M; TeaV
feeders, !!. M efw' lU .hetf
era, ll.95.t erv, .! 4.34. ,
Wm Keee4M 4,et marbet t'M
iewer. Light, ).II.M: isias1,
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