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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 11,1911.
GEO.V.HICKOX COMPANY mav Mi:itts riM f:n JL una watch i-:i.-i"p.s ion t. wt.i 1 1; ami coast us is mm: watch rlpairlm. ami i m.rvi THE ARCH 1.T. US hOCTU hfcCOXD KTRl'ET xxooooooocxxxocoocox)OC)OOorry CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Stow, Ranj;r, 1Inae runiWiing fioods, Coth-ry Tools, Iron Pipe, VhJm-o ntxl I'lnlnr. llnmNue. Heating. Tlfi ami Copper Work. SIS WT-VTCLTUAL AVL.Mfc KHOXE 115. Who Makes the Price? Asanillustration-Postum Cereal, our price has al ways been 20c per pack age. Arnold's Best Flour-il we knew of a better flour we would buy it by the carload and make the price right. Large sacks $1.65 Small sacks C5c Ward's Store Homer H. Yard, Mgr. 315 Marble Ave Phone 206 OUR MILK AND CREAM I Fro!wed and llatt.ll it tniler Hie Mrhtet Sanitary Conditions of Modern lulr)luj. The Matthew Dairy & Supply Co. I'Uom:i20. noo mhtu iwitTii hTiiurr. CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS SANTA ROSA ALBUQUERQUE L. B. Putney ist.iimshi:i mx i s on Monarch and Wilson Bros. Fine Shirts are going at Worlh$l and $1.25 Cluelt Shirts The best made arc walking cut at Big Sale 80c $1.20 A I 1 1 . A t r AU'I o Doming., lust night Always sold at Ip 1 . !)Uj ' : m m.. .- , . . . lr. V. S fhiyn.y. Hi and Mail Orders Promptly Filled E. I. WASHBURN CO. 122 South .Second Street 119 W. Gold Ave. L 1 Wallace Hesselden Central Goatrsrtonu Figures and workmanship count W. guarantee nor tor your none than any other ccotracttnf firm ta Albuquerque. Office at ths Superior Plantas si til phone 177. Standard Plumbing k Heating COMPA-NT Ik W. CmmI kvrnnmm. tram and earrfsJ Atsntloa I Orders TELEFHOXE tt. All AL8UQUERUUE FOUNDRY tn1 MACHINE WORKS Iron and Brass Casting. Maciiiuery lie pair. Ai.iu orrnorF, . xew Mexico LAUNDRY WHITE wagon: Try a Journal Want Ad: Results WHOLESALE GROCER lU rimliUrt Holler Mltla Colli htoraKO and 1 rulia Strong Brothers TJndariakera and Cmbalmara. Prompt aervlc. day or night. Telephone, No. 7t. R , 10. Etrotig Ulk C)r and Sacnnd In th i.st that yoa kmla' Bat . r' . yoar nnrn'if j.p.r, t.l Bh' (h. roar a i- tci.kohaph Jo, sivlns f.ur Him n4 44rMS . sn4 tn rcr will b. o.ll.rl fcr a v -. riKi MmMiir. Tt. ui.natiaa ta - ho. II llf.UaUIMIH t m K. (M fv.r4 will fc. ia mm for I h. rrit anil ei9ttetloa of o,- m on. raiifht airallac eplM .1 iba a- Morniiif Jnurnal rrim Iks Im. . wars tf tMK.vrib.ra JOUMNAL PUBU1RINO M. e LOCAL NEWS OF 1HTEREST INim.tbt. Nw Mxio ntiil Arixoiiii, ruin r mow in north, rain in mnilli portions Wcilni BiUiy uml Thursday, colili r. Wert Ttxiia, unat-ttlrd leather, niiirh lotdt-r In norlh portion Wnlri.n iluy; Tliui'day rain hihI udder. lr. Stimlrai'li: t'.y. l'r. Xuae. Throat Cnpyinic and enlnridnn nt Walton's Vne Mn-ea Jl.-Ft Flour. All the I'. l.riT grori-ra hiiv. It. Sieplu-n faiiiivan, ; 1 o-rntnr of Ciillup, arrived t;Uriluy for a lulif slay. V, A. CaniTon, fn-lKlit and p;is- Iningir tiKi'Ut of tho uiiM i-o, In'! ) ext ril.iy. t'luirli M IN Inkfii. hiiHlni'sa nmimifcr for tin:- r.fi Kit store In 1 t-H n, wns B hsif ! in rif vlhllor i f ti i ll iy. A m.irriiiiii- llirim wus IfntU'd yi-a-liriiy to t'i.tudo I..rloii i.uil KUilI Mn.l.ili', In. i!i of Wnus, X. M. K ii t it n Ih ii r, of the tl urn! lim. lu r ! paniiH r.t of the Simla IV, nr riwd .vi '.ti iiluy for a nliort piny. Mrs. II. J. I'litli'H, forriH-rly rmt iluit of 111" t Ity, but Into of (i.ikliind, fill., le UmUuk f ri.n.lrt in the i liy. rimtii H Ci.ilr i f the K-uit.i ltar hurh Tif and l'olii cir.i'ii ny. nnitn- I lomingo lii't nixlit (( r a ' V- ish sUhcr and W. C IVtUI w, r" a p .ny of prom inent Wiil.ud mi n w Im arrived lerii.'iy f..r the Coiiiini ri in! club mt i t 1!ig last n!ht. The ton to be given this afternoon by SI. Johns Guild at the J. E. Saint r'tiib if '. )0'i W. si TIJi-ras, promise t, l. largely attended, and one of the most smief-hil of the nianv litf.itin COAL COAL COAL Our bllMDMi ll'MP COM, contain more lust mills than any other Gallup i-ual. PI.IOM STOVE COM, as good as Diamond Lump, but Kiiiul'er In alMj smaller In price. WimhI ami kindling sluay on lis ml. We guarantee lull Weight. AZTEC I I I I, CO . DR. C H.CONNER FHVSH'IAX AND jaRCEOX OSTEOPATH .... ,Jt i - almct and fOLral n nw. Tel. Shi Trt. 1I French &Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Ab-UBt COIL TH AND C KNTKAL. Offloo Mmw i0 Sandia Land and Improvement Co. word of advice to Investors: Nothing la aa aafe aa farm land. Do yoa want Independence Id your old ace. W offer yoy the opportun Ity of Investing your acrplua and be coming co-owner In ojr irrigation project Tb!a offer will open only for a abort time. Writs for pivrjxc tua and full particular C. KGAXZIXI. Room 15, II l, Cromwell Mock, AllnniiUfiitK1, V M W. M. GRAY THC Bl'SY rHOTOGItArilKR 2 IS Wrt Central Aenae rlxnw 552. held und-r the auspice of the ladies of the Kpiiwopalun churih. The ssmi occaslonal lea and hometo.kin ssle is tisualiy held la one of the hand iw.me wmt end hm and Is always palronlMd ly the ladit of the city. MlfS i-'iilnt will be asl.ft-d by the la diva of the church who are members of h't. Margaret's aoiety. Mr 11 I-f-Mitar will hava charge of the home tooklng department. The pleasant affair will last durinsr the entire aft -r-noon and a cordial Invitation la e l. tiiled to all thi who wish to al l. nd. Ir. Ada M. Chcvallitr. of AUu-fiui-niue, was trnintod a license t prai in c medicine ky the Territorial Board of Medical Kxaminera on Jan uary . Pr. Chevallicr has had many years of experl nee as physltlan In the t'niled tatea and Canada. Whll In lirillsh and iipanish Honduras. Dr. Chesalller was lrc president at lurte of the Medico-la Kil aw lallon of New YorSs and rendered valuable atr viee to humanity by makir.g exhaust ive stuilli if yellow fever. Duke City Neat, Order of Owls. In stalled hew officer at a well at tended mei ting In the A. O. I'. W. hall tast evening. The installation ceremo nies were conducted by Tart Presi dent O. O. Hebbtr. William Kieke is the new president of the nest. A lunch and aortal session followed the Installation and business meeting. Miss I (anna Moore ha returned from Osnetto, N. Y., where she was called by the serious lllnetis of her mother, Mrs. John Moore. Mra. Moore died on Dec. 17, threo day after Miss Moore reached Oswego. Mlsa Moore'a numerous friends In Albu querque will sympathise with her In ihe loss of her mother. Peter C. Uarcla, a leading cltixen of AlMmedu, waa In town yesterday on liuslneta. Mr. Garcia says that the people of Alameda are strong Tor statehood and will return a hand some majority for tho act on elec tion day. A rPKular meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps will held this after noon at the A. O. U. W. hall at 2:30 sharp. Hy order 'A the president, J. 0. Mulligan, secretary. The young people of Kt. John's church will give their "tacky party" tomorrow evening and not on Uatur- lay as was f.rst announced. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. strain tinnoume the marriage of their daughter. Miss floillila to Mr. Klirnr K. Kl liar at their home, Feb. 20, 1311. James Wllkersort of tho Wool Scouring mills lias returned from lis Angeles, Cat., where tie mi spent Iho punt several weeks. W. l. Gallagher Jr, :H in the ly yeneuiny from Hell Canyon where he is Inti rested in the Swasti ka mining properties. Horn. Jan. 10, 1911. to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ixe, of Klcvenlh and Mountain ltoad, a son, at 5:30 p. m. W. E. llrown, general manager of the Victor and American Fuel tnm- irimes. passed through the city In a prhati? car last night en route to Gib "ii. near Gallup, where both com- panlia have extensive properties. Adjutant General A. 8. ltrookm, of the New Mexico Natlonul Guard, lais eij through the city lam nUht in route to Ijii t'ruees, where lie will Inspect the local company of guinli men. l)r. F. F. T"nepp of Carlsbad, and Dr. W. 1-. DcmorcHt of lK-mlng, were lit the cliy for aeveral hours last nlg'it en route to their home returning from iVinta I'e where they altendeil REWARD Lost Gold Mesh Purse Set With Diamonds. Owner's Full Name Set in Frame. RETURN TO THIS OFFICE I Phone 251 unmmmnmmm laiy B MrH and Granlu rcrz lrs- Jin M K. lri ani Mj ?'t K.ta cf Fe. trt Vi.i.rs in Aivi- El a Sc.h G.iNert of 11 West Tifraa. Srft Wl e!ii"c i r MaRCs Sera. wfctr aiie w'.ll vj.t fcr acverai ! It ta rei-ied that aj the Vor '. Si-ouu meet Kytlsht in Use Futnejr reho-if. aa isn rt nt businew traasat f.a are ta t Sct'Sw4. By ord' r of CMBiUBdrr Jihmj Trainer. Tr. EL K. JicXeii of La Mt-so. D-na jAna county. u a ri;Ur in the city i jwcrajy, ta rosne ir'm v to ht heme. Whiie tn lacia re it. McNeil waa graded a liceiiae to prac tice mejKiae by the temtoriat ooara f m-! jcal examiners. Dr. McNeil recenUv came to New Mexico from wert Tetneiee. hdpeMlexpecis 0 Veteran Democratic Cam paigner Says Santa Fe Coun ty Will Poll Handsome Vote fcr Constitution. That Santa Fe county will give a majority of S9 or more votes for the constitution, is the statement made lal night by Colonel W. 8. Hopewell, ho returned last night from the cap ital city after a business visit of sev eral days. Colonel Hopewell while In Santa Fe, had opportunity to go over the situation thoroughly with demo cratic and republican leaders and be lieves that his estimate of 800 Is a conservative one. "The voters In Santa Fe e..u?try ara enthusiastically in favor of the con irtltutson." said Colonel Hopewell last night. "The enthusiasm In favor of the ratification of the act grows great er as tjie election approaches and Sarta Fe will be one of the banner countl" when the majorities, county by county, are tabulated." DEATHS AND FUNERALS Mrs. V. I). Xrtrcomh. Mrs. Newcomb, wife of W. P. New- comb, clerk of the seventh jumnai listrict, of Socorro, died at the St Joseph's sanitarium yesterday morn ing, follow Ing a severe Illness with in- K-rnnl trouble. Mr Newcomb was broucht to Albuquerque from Socor ro Monday, In the hope that her life would be aaved by operation. Many friends In Kocorro and other cities In New Mexico will be very much grieved to learn of her untimely death, and Mr. Newcomb will have the s month v of a wide circle of friends and acquaintance In his sor row. The body will be sent today to the family home at Huntington, Ind where Interment will be made, ac companied by Mr. Newcomb. Mrs. W. K. Martin and Mr. H. O. Bursum, sistera-in-law of Mra. Newcomb. were In the city yesterday and present when death came. They will return to Socorro today. . nterment will be made, accompanied by Mr. Newcomb and Mr. W. E. Mar tin, a sister-in-law. Funeral of Mra. Wnn. The funeral of Mrs. Anna Margaret Fllnn. who died suddenly Sunday night, will be held from ft. Jonn i episcopal church at J. 30 o clocg this afternoon. The funeral procession will leave the residence of James U Hell. 602 South Third street, at 2:15 Mrs. F. O. Douglas, ft sister of Mrs. Fllnn, arrived yesterday from Trinl- day to attend the funeral. Mrs. rlinn whs n member of the Eastern star ot Wlnslnw and the Albuquerque mem tiers of that order will attend the fu neral this afternoon. Mr. Olhe 1. SpanMing. Mrs. olive II. Spnuilling. forty-one years old. for several months a resi dent of this city, died this morning at ih fainllv home. 82 4 South Edith sired. Mrs. Sp.nildlns is survived by a husband, u smi, and other relatives. The body will be sent to Michigan for Interment. Mr. . V. I'uMcr. Mrs. It. W. Pulver, about 40 years old. died yesterday after a protracted Illness from consumption. She left a husband and two children. The Fulvers came here two months ago from their home In Lincoln, Neb. The body will be taken to lacrosse. Wis.. for burial. Mr. Pulver Is a locomo tive engineer and a member of the H. of U . XOTICI I now have plenty of nice CreMoil llutti' lai-H burner rol. JOHN S. IIL.WK.X. Phono I. 4 The ladies of St. John's Guild will bold a tea on Wednesday, January 11. at the home of M Its, Irene faint. 809 W. Tijcriis. Everyone cordially invited. X;:.e .a -.rrt!.i. dc.tn nnr! sweet; J.vnii iht ton '"an iaii.sas anil la tter feed. K. W. l'w. Stylish horses and buggies fur nished on short notice hy w. u Trimble Co., U North Second street: phone t. The beet saduie horses to he had In the city are at W. L. Trimble's. HI North Second treet: phon t. I - I w board end cars lor horse The best of care guaranteed. W. U Trimble A Co., Hi North Second Bt 5 H.-P. Twin CylltwJor Indian Mo torcyilrj A-J condition; only rim short time; can be had at a bar gain. HOS South llroadway. I'HOXE 7SS IVES FLORIST Santa Te Ave, nd South strwt One block wc-f of street car line MftJORITY SDIHFKDiyiSIWED nun HER HUSBAND Mrs. Ella J. Graham Alleges Hugh Graham Abandoned Her in 1905; Now Resides in i!!i ncis. " Ailerics a band or. merit. Mr. Eila J. Graham, throush her attorney. Mil ler and Craiff. tiled a auit In the dis trict court yesterday, asking a di vorce from her husband, Hugh J. Graham. Mrs. Graham claims that Graham abandoned her in Albuquer que in 190. and la now a rwident of Oakwood. IH. The couple mar ried in Glenarm. Ills., in ISsS. and have three children R-rt, ed IJ: Ethel, aged IS, arid !?, " The plaintiff aika the custody of the two minora and auch othur relief as the court may deem proper to frrant. ELECTIONS CLOSE IN II cipr - Candidates Tie Up in Atrisco San nSfinnd niP.rCfiSSiOnlont-of.or.ler stomachs, because it pre t n . r of County Commissioners niJ May De ASked. Reports from the country precinct-i yesterday Indicated that tlie elections for Justice of the peace and con stable Monday were hotly contested and that a very large vote was got ten out in nearly every bailiwick. The race for Justice of the peace In Atrisco and Pan Joso wase very ex citing and ended In both casi'S In a ti? vote. It was not decided yester day whether the matter will be threshed 0'it In the courts on charges of illegal balloting, or whether it will be put up to the county commission ers, who may be asked to order a new election In the two precincts. IxHik for tho Hoc Hive. On the package when you buy Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs anil colds. None genuine without the lieo Hive. Remember the name, Foley's Honey and Tar and reject any substitute. J. II. O'KieMy Co. Hunters May Now Secure Per mit to Slaughter Big Game and Birds at Stipulated Sea sons of Year, Probate Clerk A. E. Walker. In the county court house, has received a supply of hunting license for the year 1911. and hunters may secure them at the regular prices. Licenses for blir game and birds will cost 11.50 each. Licenses for big game only, or for shooting birds only, will cost $1 each. For either acute or chronic kidney disorders , for annoying and pain ful urinary Irregularities take Foley Kidney Pills. An honest and effec tive medicine for kidney and bladder disorders. J. II. O Rielly Co. MISSJESSifSLEYSTER IS BRIDE OF ANGELENO Much interest and sur.'.rle Is manl fest in ( ial circles of the city over announcement cards received hcru yesterday of the marriage In Port land. Ore., of Miss Jessie Hieyeter. Miss Sleyster is the daughter of Ber nard A Slcvster, for y;ars one of the prominent business men of the city. who nu.ved to Portland with his fam lly during the past yertr. She has scores of friends who will be much surprised to learn of her marriage, since she ia extremely youthful. Mips SleyMer was wedded January x in Portland to Harold D. Warnock of Los Angeles, Cat., and will be at home In the California city after March 1. , I'oley's Kidney Itemed An Ap. ircclatlon I. McConnell. Catherine fit., Elmlra, N. Y writes: "I wish to express my sppreclnllon of the great good I de rived from Foley's Kidney Remedy, which I used for a bad esse of kidney trouble. Five bottle did the work most effectively and proved to me beyond doubt it Is the most reliable kidney medicine I have ever taken. J II 'p'RIellv fo The John Becker Co. I sfi.ii j ii. i:,,. u, Ailai,a aiiu iiutiiv ttaj m Spot Shipments 1 Belen, N. M. LICENSES HAVE ARRIVED Consolidated Keg Beer Co Phone 138. Wm. . LEMP'S St. Louis Draught Beer A Specialty. Outside Orders Solicited. W www 9 w m v HAhDWOOD LUMBERS FOR FINISH AND CABINET WORK CLEAR AND SEASONED SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMHW STDMKCH HD urai Cmes Gas, Heartburn, - Dys pepsia or Headache Five Min utes After Taking a Little Diapepsin. If you had some rispep'n handy and would take a little now your stomach distress or Indigestion would vanish in five minutes and you would feel fine. This harmless preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a our. out-of-order stomach before you realise It Jf your meals don't tempt you. or what little you do eat seems to fill you. or lays like a lump of lead In your stomach, or If you have heart burn, that Is a sign of Indigestion- Ask Tour nharmacist for a 50-cent case, of Pape's Diapepsin and take a little just as soon a yoa can. There will be no sour rising no belching of undigested gas or heartburn, full ness or heavy feeling in the stomach. Nausea. Debilitating Headaches, Dizzi ness or Intestinal griping. This will all go. and. besides there w-ill be no undigested good left over In the stom ach to poison your breath with nause ous odors. Pape's Diapepsin Is certain cure tor vents fermentation ani ibkcs noiu ui your f.w a digest u just the same as If your stomach wasn t there. Relief in five minutes from all stom. ach misery is ai any arug aiuru wan ing for you. These large 60-cent cases contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any case of Dyspepsia, In digestion or any other stomach Qi' turbance. 4 VARSITY Hi HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY Bad Luck to Be Doled Out to Two Basketball Teams at Armory; Interesting Game Expected, Fridav. January 1J. Is a rather doubtful day for the superstitious, but neither the high school nor the uni versity took superstition Into consid eration when they chose that date for a basketball game. But It is certainty that one of the two teams will find the thirteenth an unlucky day. In any event, the game will be an exciting one, and should be wit nessed by all lovers of real classy bafketbal!.' It Is scheduled to hap nen at the armory, and a dance wit! follow aje game. For LaGrlpisn Coughs and Stuff J Colds Take Foley's Honey and Tar. It give quick relief and expels cold from your system. It contains no onlates. ia safe and sure. J. IL O'Reilly Co. NINETEEN EXTRA ilERJHREE'S Big Business Slated for the Santa Fe This Month; Many Special Trains and Private Cars. Travel from the east to the west uiM l,e unusually heavy over the Santa Fe railroad during this month, According to the advance schedul received bv local railroad men. there will be nineteen extra number three during Janunry. Ihe extra limited trains, which will be used exclusive Iv for high class travel, will conais of Raymond and Whltcomb specials and extra sections of the regular lim ited to accommodate the heavy traf lie. In addition to the special trains, traffic is already heavy on the regu lr westbound passenger trains and Is exiM f ted to continue so during th next thirty days or more. A number of private cars are booked to pass throiich the citv hooked on to th various passenger trains. The war scare In Old Mexico th! venr has diverted many travelers the Pacific const, most of whom will go to the California resorts. Peopl in the east are naturally desirous of going to a milder climate at this time of the year. Florida and the south of course, attract many, but the claims of California as a winter re sort are being pressed harder thl year tliun ever before, and the num erous publicity campaigns are bring Ing big results. If yoa newwl a carpenter, tWrpbone Ilaasiilden: phone S.7. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad T Vise Talksby the Office Boy A young man who Is particular about his washing, the other day wrote a note to his laundry and one to ni? sweetheart, anti by a strange fa il .Ity, put the wtony address on each nvelope and sent them off. The oung lady read, "If you tumble up my shirt bosom any more, as you did last time, I will go somewhere else." peaking of shirts, we'd like to tum ble up our winter patterns a little showing you through. Gee; but we have the sure swell shirts this season. Our head shirt man has certainly come through with the swellest bunch of shirts that ever came over the mountain When we sell you shirts at retail they never nave 10 oe re tailed again, for they are cut long, full and roomy. We have put In a good many years at the business and know about all there Is to know about shirts. We have provided for the fat man who wears a 19 and the tall, slim chap, who wears a 17 sleeve. We've also provided for the Tellow with a short arm. It Is awfully sat isfactory to buy a garment like a shirt from a man who knows, a man who will measure you and give you the correct sleeve length, etc. Try us for shirts. . Our green tag sale Is still on, an I the feast of bargains is as great as the day it started. WILUE,with SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier. Home of Hart, Schsifner Han Clothing. w E confine this week's announcement to a brief reference to several lines which we have made' very special prices on. Hosiery CHILDREN'S "OX TOP'' HOSE. This is one' of tho best known brands, absolutely fast black, and has no equal for wear at tho price, special at S pairs for 25c. BrUSOX HOSE. The only lln&e for Women that Is Vnlt without a scam. Our regular price on this liose Is 25c a pair. We villi contlnuo litem on sale this week at 3 pair for 33c Dress Goods Less With tho coldest part of tho winter before us, tie linvo de cided to leave on sale Uils week all our ntannUh tailored suit ings. Tliey represent all tliat remains from several different fall lines of Homespuns, Mix tures, Ikmclcs, and Self-Colored novelties, about 20 idcccs all told, and the early shoppers will find that It pays to ntako an effort to make a prompt a; leellon. $1.23 and $1.35 values at 98c $1.75 and $i.00 values ai $1.35 FERGUSON ....AND a COLLISTER ALnrormorE's DKY GOODS SHOP.