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4 CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. fttott. IUBt. Un mreW.to V.JW. ud rutin I-UmUi IIS VT. CENTRAL AVE. ir vor are not already fmxq MATTHEW'S MILK let rs serve ror. a CHARLES ILFEL Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA The best Col fee i Values in town today. WARD'S DELIGHT at 30c. per pound. 1 Ward's Store nomat il ward, - II Mrbl AtL PUimt I0 i PHONES 501-502 BRYANT'S Qule Parcel DeL and MnaaengrT. The baat (addle tinrlet to te had In I ha city art at W. L. Trimble' Ill North Second atraat Fhona 1. WALLACE HESSELDEN General CXintrarftsv. Figures and workmanship count, ffi guarantee mora for your money than any othar contracting firm In Albu quraue. Office at tha luparlor Plao Hif Mill Phona I7T. r THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholoatla sd ratal) dnalera In Freab and Malt Maata Hkub specialty fur rattl and hens tha blucaat markat prtrtia art paid. We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND Mill CO. t.rnll.Mi Im, HAI1N THAI rn t1Uo Htow .ilui '.a.nr I lAII II Wi Uallap Stoa PIIOXK Bt. ANIIIltAC'ITK, Aid. HTi:.M COAU a i'f mil wimki, rniiur; nwiii, 4 Hrlck., Fire ( lay, Kama Fe t E. L WASHBURN CO. Outfitters For Men and Boys X ... : ... -i.-: TT-T-im !, l There are Things About Our Store and Our Fall Clothes That We Cannot Explain to You on Paper hut we en n kiihW m, and once hovrn nu will see how you run e the money tlrnt Iim h. r. i,,f,,. ,, ., w Uh U,i0 iu(,t to ; on. We fit II Show ou ST KIN 111 . Ki SMART Ci.OTMKS, thon which none better m- 1 V lo.in.l In n. ,.iltitnit w.n l.l choose thrm h.hI W K KM.w i'l,oHli.. No iH ii. r i.H k in breadth ami nlu c.i IH' foiiinl III the Klate. Cone .in I look ut them. Conic :,n. pilrr lliem, I ry tliclll oil. Suits $15, $16.50 and $18 Stein Bloch Suits $20, $22.50, $25 & $30 Boys' Suits, Bloomer Trousers, $5, $5.50, $6, $7.50 up to $10 the Suit l Mail Orders t u i " "7. ! I'll hi hi 11 mi LIIIIL.HIL mini mill i ii l ini &. Ortirrj. Tool. Ir,.. Pipe, H - Unfc TUl 1" "1!. . TELEPHON E UK PHONE 420 I LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers Cudertaki-r and Embalmer. Prompt Servlca Day or Night TvlFDhona 75. Residence fit. Mrong llllu Copper and mmxmmI. J la tk mat that r akwalt an rni. roar morsla- papw Ui- p stauM 111. POSTAL TBUKJRAi'M Co, (inns four hm sad Ulna - ad in. iu a 4.11 rwa a a mei elaJ MMin, xaa lata ho la Ma. ta. Tha ako naara iu aa pal t'tr tka amat ua oarteUna of aaroaa aaucbl aiMllM aoplM id. Moraing Jwrul trvai Uta aourway, 'f nlwrrlbra. - joummal rukUHna an. LOCAL HEMS OF INTEREST Wrallter Report, Fur tha twenty-four houra ending at ( o'cloclt yesterday afternoon: ' Maximum temperature. 8s: mini mum, 28; range, 30; temperature at o'clock p. m., 60; aoutli winds, dear. FOHl;TAST. Washington, Nov. . N'ew Mexico. West Texas, Arizona Generally fair Tuesday and Wednesday; not much change In temperature. Platinum photograph's at Walton's, Dr. Conner. osteopath, I Btern Oik. 8ee Wolfe for Xma portraits. Fur the ttrst lime In a week the easthound Kantu Fe trains were on time yestedny. Horn To Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Crumley of till) North Wixtli street, a son, Saturday, Noveinlmr 4, Tli'-re will In" a rcmiltir meeting "f Alttmo Hlvf, No. 1, 1,. o. T. M., this Hftt rnoon at 2 . in o'clock iti 1. . t ). I-', hall. tHiin AriKcll nddreMfrl the students SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. For Extra Well Rotted Manure For Lawns and Things i uni ooi, nanve viiuiiing, irire llrlck, t'omiiiou llrick. Mine. i Promptly filled f DCO. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL TUESDAY, t I rrnr iiirn1 inninr mil Hill I ill r III i OFFICE i SUPPLIES Everrthlnf for the bisift sr.d profMaional efric. t Shaw-Walker Filing Cabinets Flic fluldes I'ardt KoMcrs Trancfer Fll'-s Uox Kilfs 'tp JKpor Baskets niank Ho.,k SttOine Machines NumUnrtK Ht hincs ..alit. Ktc. Just everything you netd. i t Strong's Book Store "Your Money Bark If Yoa Want IL" i srntiu, tniiM-n. Mad to measure and fitted In your own houie. l.l-MK It MII.I.KIt. I1un 313. ITU 1 1 tit St. of the t'nlversity of New Mexico yes terday at tha aanembly hour on "The New Bclence of Physlca." The regular monthly meetlns: of the non-sectarian Btnevolent Kcl ety will be held in Hie of rice of V. W. Clancy today at 10 o'clock. Mrs. John Fisher, wife of the pop ular Santa ft passenger conductor. It In Alhuriueque to spend the winter, after vlaltlng frlenda In California and Kansas. A marriage license was Issued yes terday to Jacobo J. YrMarrl and Miss Alberta Htateson, both of this city. Vote for i L C. (Bennic) Bcnnct Republican Nominee , for - Treasurer, Bernalillo County fA44 VKIal Moiitoyu mid Amelia Imran tie lw (fiantfcd a lutnse to ed rHtedny, Mi thodiut church at Santa Fe and a former student of the University of New Mexico, arrived last night from Fiinta Fe In order to vote. Vp to within (wo weeks aco .Mr. .Shimcr's residi me. wan in Alluuiuerquu, he tlierciore votea here. Arthur 1'helan. the cliiHsy little llitrd IniMiimn who played for Alhu-iuei-(u,, diirlnif the lair Imseball lour luiment, left lust evening for his home ill Lincoln, HI. Third Itsseman I'ho bin has been signed by Cincinnati for next year, u n tl will iiiorc thiiii likely cnr the "Reds" uniform nil yenr. l-it year he lead the Southern league In stolen buses aild bntud well to the fore, besides fielding among the lend ers. During the tournament here I'liehiii win the leading slugger, mid bnsestealer .He is clean-up man with ii vengciincp and nearlv. always hits for extra bases. PHYSICIAN ADMINISTERED TO INJURED ENGINEER The railroad men of the Sant.i Fe Court lines ar planning tonne meth od of expressing their appreciation to Or .N. I.. MacLaiighlln of Flndley. O.. tor his yeoman service In behalf o Engineer Crystal In the Santa Fe w rci k at Navajo lust week. Dr Min l.nugiihn happened to he trae) Inn on eastliound train No. 4 hen the limited ciune up to ttii seen,, of the wreck. Hearing that t trainman had been Injured he Im mediately hit his berth In the car, went to him, and administered to his tiijinie,, Not only this, but he stay ed Hh him on the relief train until the train reached Albuquerque. ll continued eart on the limited on Pun day. Many of the railroad men In I ills city yesterday expressed them selves In generous terms of the kind lv work of Dr, Mel .niiKhlm. CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WM. F. OHXKAl', Mauastt. t Manufacturers of Kverything used In Building Construction. Our MuUo ' Um Jluslmisa, Small rionla." Corner Third and Mai-qneltft. , . , .'s- t ,llKoe 8. . ih nr hi VliI id UL Mirk iilLL liLu T I UWWIlWIfc. Ik.wi ID AUTO FIRE I Aldermen Refer Matter to Com mittee for Examination and Report: Will Take Act:on on Thursday Nli After opening and Trid.ng the bids of seven concerns fur tiw propostd motor truck vomliu.i::oQ fir engine and hone wagon, the tity council last night referred the jnatttr to the fire committee or the eouri"ll with in atructlona to associate themselves with a competent mechanic to inform them upon the specific elemetils of the engine. The council then ad journed to meet on Thursday night, to receive the report of the fire com mittee. A full board of aldermen was present last night when Mayor El der called the council to order. Ow ing to the fact that it was the night before election and 'he councllmen were anxious to get away as soon as possible, the reading of the min utes waa dispensed with, and the matter of tha opening of the motor truck blda waa made the only busi ness of the session. F.ach bid was accompanied by a certified check for $100. The fol lowing were the blilst Victor Motor Truck Co.. of Buffa lo, N. Y.. six cylinder 100 horse power combination enitine. 7.2v0, f. o. b. Buffalo. Graham Motor Co.. of Los Ange les, Cat., 911.250, f. o. b. Albuquer qua. W'alaroua Engine Works Co, of St. Paul, Minn., 101 horse power com bination engine and hose wagon, 18.775 f. o. b. Albuquerque. Hoblnson Flra Apparatus Co., St. I.ouis, ,Mo,, 120 horse power, ).000, second bid 80 horse power 'combina tion wagon, $7,475, f. o. b. Albuquer que. Amerlcan-LaFrnnce Fire Engine Co., 95 horse power, ($.000, f. o. b. Albuquerque. Each company agreed to send an expert with the engine and to In struct the fire company in Its use. The delivery of the machine wns also guaranteed In ninety days from the time oT the receipt of the order. Immediately upon the close of the reading of the bids Alderman Wroth moved to refer the whole question for Investigation to tlie fire commit tee, with Instructions for them to get an expert, and that a report be made on Thursday night. The meeting then adjourned. In Addition to the city officials present, U. H, Rennett, of Denver, agent of the Vleinr Motor Truck com pany, of liuffulo. N. Y.; 1). S. Hoh tiiHon, of the Itnhlnson I'lre apiiarnt us company. of lHt. Ixiuls; Julius Pearse of ljenver, general sales agent of the Waturous Engine company of St. Paul. Minn., and E. D. Thomas, general sales anent of the American ljiFrance company, with headquar ters In Denver, were on hand. The agenta will stay In Albuquerque un til the matter Is settled. POLITICAL NOTICE. I,. C. (Ilcnnlc) lli-niiott. candidate for titiiurr on the republican tick et, twne Imtc from New York onn ten yearn ago, piactli ally Hnrtiitz his hiislne nn-er with tiros Kelly ii Co. Ily strict attention to business and ciuTKCtlc work lie lose rnpiill In tin ciMd grace of Ills employers and after cli;ht years In tliclr employ lie left tlieni to g Into bulnss with the Springer Transfer Co. Mr. lU'iiucit. or "Hetinlc," an lie Is commonly known to a host of Ills friends, luis ever' held the esteem and rcopci-t of Ms 'assfH'lates, and when all In aid and dime' all must admit lib. entire IiiisIihsh iraliilng niakev liim eiceplUmaily well quali fied for the office lie k seeking and his friends predict that lie will carry the clt ly at least 500. PURE FOOD ORDER SET BACK TO ORANGE GROWERS Han Bernardino, Cal., Nov, j Be cause tho artificial coloring oi oranges Is no longer permitted by order of the Bureau of Food and Drug Inspection, eastern tables this Thanksgiving will be without oranges as far as southern California la con cerned. According to prominent orange ahlppers, tnts season s crop will be from two to four weeks late because of the order, alleretofore by use of the coloring device the first of the crop usually has been In New York and intermediate points for the country's annual feast day. This year It Is expected the first car will be shipped early in December. 'I am pleased to recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as the best thing I know of and safest rem edy for coughs, colds .nd bronchial trouble," writes Mrs. L, B. Arnold of Denver, Colo. "We have used It re peatedly and It has never failed to give relief." For aala by all dealers. Those New Hats. If there's anything more pathetic than a bald-headed man wearing one of these new fuasy Willie hats that leak whiskers all over themselves, we don't want to see It. We have trou bles of our o n and no tears to spare. Boston Globe. Full KENT luu4 Forester avenue. room brick house, with largh steeping porch, partly furnished Inoolve Fdwird Frank 'phone I37.T RUCK NOVEMBER 7,1911. DRAW IHE S Heavy Seat Sale for First Per formance Tomorrow Night; Second Sale for Thursday ; Goes on Today. The seat sale for the first Bight's production of "Inside Inn' to be glv- en at Elks theater tomorrow and Thursday night was rile tor the second performance s'arting at Matson's this morning at o'clock is expected to be still larger. Record-breaking crowds are ex pected both nights. The show is to be well worth the money. This Is the fourth show which Joe Bren has put on In Albuquerque and If previous aucresses count for anything the rol IUklnK musical comedy to be staged In Elks opera house tomorrow and Thursday nights of this week will be a winner. Though the "Inside Inn" has been presented in this city before under the aurplces of the Elks it has been entirely revised for the Knights of Columbus presentation and with new aongs and new specialities is Just as good aa new if not better, since It has been tried out and not found want ing in any of the essentials which go to make UP successful play. Probably the feature of the show, askle from the appearance of Mrs. Bren. a great local favorlta. In new songs and new dances will be that of Charles Sapp of Kansas City, who came with Mr. Bren to take a leading part In the rhow. Mr. Sapp has a magnlflclent voice and will be heard In several selections. His only other public appearance In this city was at the Alvarado Sunday night where he san ir several times to the unconceal ed delight of the Sunday diners and guests of the hotel. He is sure to make a tremendous hit In the show. The cast as a whole is excellently selected, and is truly an all-star cast. The chorus Is doing fine work this year. Mr. Bren has brought along speclnl scenery and elaborate costumes and the play will be professional In every detail. KaakING AN INSPECTION OF THE HARW00D SCHOOL Mrs. Anna Kent, of East Orange, N". J., secretary of the Methodist bur eau in churge of Industrial schools for girls, supported by th. church, and her assistant, Mrs. Ward Piatt, of Philadelphia, arrived in Albuquer que yesterday and are guests at the Harwood home. The two ladies came here from Wichita. Kan., where they had been attending the annual meet lnK wi the bonrd. They nre herft for the purpose of making an official visit to the local school. A reception will be given the ladles on tomorrow af ternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock. OFFENDERS ARE FINED IN THE POLICE COURT ' The "satiated sextette" rendered ee leitloiis from 'the opera bouffe "llno zia de Hassomore,'' In the city police court yesterday morning for the edi fication of the polic e Jude and the patrolmen. Each of the performers were assessed five iron men for the privilege of buHtimi the city ordinance wide open. Antonio Torleta. Thomas Russell, Luciano Pvce. Kd Morris. Manuel Tor res and M. Ortiz, composed the, sex tette. M. Ortiz sanir so well he was returned to Jail until the evening ses sion, when he was fined the regula tion hniount and sentence suspended. Antonio S. Klosseaus and Jose l'e ned.i were set back ten times for their delinooency. Antonio pleaded guilty to vagrancy, whilo Jottc forfeited a 110 coat bond. ABRAN ABEYTA HAS Gl Stand-Patter From Boss Bur- sum's Bailiwick Concedes Ex- Pen Superintendent's County to Democrats Abran Abcyta, of Socorro, a Bur- sum leader, who was In the elty yes terday, told a prominent democrat that he conceded Hoeorro county to McDonald. When Mr. Abran Abey- to gives up Socorro county to the democrats you may look for a land slide. All reports fron the home county of the ex-penltentlury superin tendent, where he has spent thou sands of dollars In a vain effort to stem the tide. Indicate that the vote will be either very close or a bl victory for McDonald. r - The Albuquerque Carriage com pany la now giving National Trading Stamps with all purchase! and re pairing. v PROBATE COURT TO CONVENE NEXT WEEK owing to the nearness of the elec tion, Judge Fllomena Mora decided rn 1 to hold probate court yesterday and so notified Probate Clerk A. E. Walker. Instead of waiting until the first of December to call the next term. Judge Mora has decided to open the November term on Thurs day morning next. In his office In the court house In Old Albuquerque at 10 o'clock. It Is understood that there Is a large amount of business to he transacted at this term of the court. When yon buy CrrHo coal you get your money's worth. Uahn Coal coniiany sell it. Phone SI. WANTED. FilHTlenecl Saleswoman (no other need apply.) Apply Tbe Economist. HE El VENUPSOCORRQ MEXICO 10 BE REPRESENTED UT Five Official Delegates Asked From Here For First Annual Road Congress November 20-23. . The following correspondence ex plains itself; Cclorsdo r.uililinp, Washington. D. C, Oct. 20. 111. RICHMOND large and the!.Mr- B- Schwentker, Chairman, Albuquerque, New Mexico. My Dear Sir: On behalf of the di rectors of the American Association for Highway Improvement I have the honor to extend to you an invitation to be present and participate in the First Annual Road Concress of the association and its affiliated organ irations at Richmond. Va., Novem ber 10-23. ltl. President Taft will address the congrefs on the openine day and many other distinguished men will be present. I sincerely hope that you will be among the number. I have the honor to further request that you name five official delegates to represent the Good Roads commit tee. As this will be a most profit able r.nd interesting meeting, I would urge you to take such action as may be practicable In order that your as sociation be represented. I would especially call your attention, to the fourth day. "Association Day." of the congress, when a meeting of all the. representatives of the various organ izations throughout the country, gen erally interested In road Improve ment, will be held. Exchange of Ideas between the different organiz ations and counsel from the Ameri can association on difficult local road problems, will be the principal activities on mat day. In this way It Is hoped that the representatives of the varloua organizations will profit greatly from each other's ex perience. Hoping to receive a prompt reply with the names of delegates and their addresses, that we may send them of ficial invitation, 1 am, 1 Very respectfully, L W. PAGE, President. Albuquerque. N. M.. Nov. 4, 1911. Mr. U W. Page. President, American Association for Hihgway Improvement, Washington, D. C. My Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your letter of October 'Oth .extend ing Invitation to the First Annual Road Congress, to be held at Rich mond, Va., November 20-23, 1911. I sincerely regret that It will be im possible for me to attend, but will endeavor to secure representation from this community. We are very much. Interested In the matter of good roads; and just now. we are straining every ef.ort to secure a transcontinental automobile highway through this city. Will advise you promptly the names of any .delegates we may arrange to send. Vtrv truly yours, " F. B. SCHWENTKER. Khlpwreck Be Luxe. "Tel." said Mrs. Van Mlllyun, "we were on this desert island for months and months." "Yet you were right In the path of traffic." , . . "But returning tourists make travel heavy at this time of year, and it wsb some time before a liner came along that could give us a first cabin. Baltimore American 'Ir It you need a carpenter, telephone Hesaelden, phone 877. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results EJWA- 'i-UJisi-J- MRS. CLAY. 11 8. Fourth 6t., Opp. Postoffice, M.JficrRixa Combings made up. Attractive Toilet Parlors. Tel. 521. 0. K. Transier Company, A general transfei business conducted. PCons 411. PATTY BECRES, Prop. R. S. Dunbar, Phone 468 W. M. Beauchamp, Phone 685 DUNBAR AND BEAUCHAMP PIAMIJERS. The cold weather Is coming on and now Is the time to have your work done right. 9rt Kn. 3rd St.. Office Phone US. TFXi 285. TEL. 116. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady Assistant. COR. FIFTH AND CENTRAL. Office Phone 580. AZTEC FUEL COMPANY COAL . and WOOD 1 Phone 251 First and Granite Cf yrifbl H.rt ScUSmt & Mars YOU'LL see A more Nor- folks worn from now on than ever before; it's a very smart style; young men especially like it: and as Hart Schaffner & Marx make it, there's no won der it's popular. We'll show you the Norfolk in a variety of weaves; and at the same time will be glad to have you look at the new English Sacks, the Shape-maker, the Var sity; and the new styles in Overcoats. Suits, $20 anil up. Overcoats. 918 and up. Simon Stern The Central Avenue Clothier Scotch Plaids for Children's Wear. From the land of tlic lieatlier come some new 45-incli plaids, plaids of the elans of Scotland. They are unexcelled Ixuli for tlM-ir wearing qimlltlo, and ier feet liarinony of colors, have both sides alike, are made of the finest wool yarn and are washable. Wo buy tlieni direct from Wm. Anderson lYiccd at $1.00 and $1.25 a yard. Curtain Material We show the most cxtensl.r Moek of curtain materials In the rlty. An assortment of as many lis SO imitcrns, in curtain neta nlone, besides a large as Mortment in each of the follow ing. lines: Si Tims, Figured Plain Hohlnettes in White, Fcru and Arabian, Madras and I '.t am mo. All of which aro of ex clusive design anil aro excep tional values at the prices we ask. Forest Mills Knit Union Suits Many favored styles of V men's Vnioh Hulls are available' right now in complete size ranges Forest Mills' products, sill so rapidly that It ia diffi cult for uh to keep the sizes In tact. Wo carry, them In the i'lcccc IJiicil Cotton, the Part Wool, .Ml-Wool and .Silk anil Wool. Priced from 3c to ?3.""' the suit. IGOLLISTER SO 8 I r.WIMMMMTHHWWi