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THE HBUOUERCUE MORNING JOURWL FFIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1 911.
EIGHT CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Sinw, Hge, ll"U PwrnLMn 1hK, Cutlery, Tools. Iron If, Vftli. am! I1ttlnr fan'Muf. Menitrqt, Tin anil Copper Work, lit . tTHL AVE. TEXrPHONE tit. ir Tor Aisr not ai i;kit i mo MATTHEW'S LET I S i: Vlr. M1LIC PHONE 420 Burn Wood Hurn with the iVvre to put your own personality ir.tc tur r'ft then bum !t CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Union World Tobacco Mb. Glass Jars 50c Each Also 5c and 10c Packages Ward's Store HOMER IL WAHD, Un til Marble A to. Phone SO ! LAUNDRY We have nient of mill la- ti .j.l.nJ.J n-ort-j-ubjects from a Vjue to a center nin we have the tool to do the work with from $1.50 lo $.0O. Strong's Book Store "Torn Moxrrv back ip roc WANT IT." WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers rmlrrUkert ami Embalracn. Prompt Brvl Day or Night. Talephon 75. Itealdenca 116. Strong lilk. Copper and Mvund. - X taai fua .kuall a.rt ) aieraiaa mm. t.i- -ht,aa th POSTAL Ttl.ulliPH fi.lDf ruur iui ana ad.Lra ma lb iwiwr will b. u.r4 y a aiwaial m.Mng.r. Ta. lata. aanaa U No. I. H tUwara M i . mai ana auarietiaa of ar"B. rauibt aiaalinf al uf ih. M-.rninf J'.Urnl from la 4'rai ut ul,, rit.r journal Finunuiwa ia support thta church movement for th (1 penlng of the spiritual life of the rllv ami the quickening of the Christian fellowship of the churches. The general public la cordially Invited to attend th" various churches and to bring their friends with them. W. It. Pulley, agent of the Bert Levy theatriml circuit la In the city conferring with Manager Joe Scolli of the Crystal. Secretary Nathan Jaffa of the ter ritory m New Mexico, passed throiiKh the city yesterday en route to Santa Ke arter having been to hia home In lioswcll tu vote. J. i. Chavea, one of the veteran claim agent of the Santa Ke ayatein, who now resides at l.os I. una and la a pensioner of the Santa re com pany, waa In the city yesterday. A temporary change in the per. oral of the clerical force In the A I varado has been made owing to the temporary absence of Iniy t'lerk A. S. (iooJ In Kl Paso. In consequence Jefferson Iiavia, manager of the lunch room, has lien placed behind the ilenk In the day time. LOCAL HEMS OF INTEREST PHONES 501-502 BRYANT'S Quiet hnl IM. and Mnmmgtr, Tha beat aaddia horte to ba had Id th city ara at W. L. Trlmbla'a, 111 North Btrond afreet Thona 1. WALLACE HESSELDEN (imwwI rontraAitov, rbritrea and workmamhlp count VTa cuarant mora for your money than any other rontrarttnf flno It Albu qurqua Offtca at tha uparior plan tfl Kill Thone 177. THE WM. FARR COMPANY holaaalv Mid retail ilealera In Kreal and Salt Mmm Sauangea a apM-lHlt' rr rattle anil hota the blfnt marka lirtcoa ar paid. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. For Extra Wei! Rotted Manure Tor Lawns and Things MRS. CLAY. II B. fourth HI., Opp. Pimtofflc. MASKI'IIIXO omhiniiH tnnde up. Attractive Toilet I'arlor. Tel. 511, 0. K. Trans.cr Company, A (eneral ratnret tiualneaa eonducted. ri.ona 411 -vrrt m mix crll Wrathc-r ItcHrt I'OltlX'AST. It. S. Imiinar, rimn. . M. lli nin huini, 1'ln ne K5 DUNBAR AND BEAUCHAMP I'l l Mill Its The cold Meat her In eomlriK on and .. the tlnie In hue vnr work 'ie -Mitlt. ioa mi, ;inl St.. tmi,,. n.oim h.l. BhhlnKlon, Nov. 9. New Mexico and Arizona Fair In aotith: rain or riuw In north portion Friday night or Saturday. West TexaaFolr Friday and Hat urday, except probably rain or anow" and colder Saturday In the 1'unhandlo. Ir. Conner, oteiath, Btern Blk. See Wolfe for Xuiaa portraita. A rnarrlK llcenae waa laaued yea-t'-rdiiy to MarKariU Uarda mid 1'ua t'Ual DomliiKUeg. All committee appointed Tor th December art al .f the WomHii'a club will meet thin afternoon tit I o'i lock ul the Wonian'a club The niendiera or the Colored l!e piihtlcHii rhib are reui-Hted to meet thla eveiilnc in their purlora, 2H North Fourth St. linmnrxi of im portance, t, m. Mnii, rhulrman. The l.nlic of the Hold avenue ai d Ilroadway (hnn h will hold a I n'on praver meetinK today nt the home of Mr. S.hrit, iMO So. Arno SI. The lailica of the Lowlandx mid 1 1 it; ti litn.1.4 will unite. The meeting will be held i 2 3a Hi in nriernnon. Jimea 'rvtal. one of the benl Hhhii eriirineir on the Santa l e avatetM nii'l a veteran in th" nrvice of thin nad i. io!i nleelv ut t'u I II"" lio'pil il In thla cltv and bis ultimate reioxcry In expected. Kniriin -r i'i (l.il wan severely iimr.'l a week nun In a re, ,i weHt ;if Wina liiw, Aril. Kt(i.et Inten. lent of Public limtr.ic tlen .lamed V. '!,irk of Santa IV, win In AlhiitiucMtip lat iilu-ht in lil.i nv lo Helen, where lie will Inspect th" F. hooln Mr. Clark will endeavor to Vldll moMt of the couhtled iiefori l lri tetiremenl (rom ofllce and will urne Hie te hern throiiiihout Now M evict to nice 1,1s hui i eiornr the am n ll. ilencn anil co-operutlon wh'ci they have given him. I. If. Walker, material aupervlBor oT 111" Simla Fe In Alluiiuer.Ue, In ticltllK ille elated dlirltlir the lasl lew bi. Mr. Walker I the on of Mnsor S 11. Walker of Altooiia. l'a and dnrtiiB the heat of the campaign lure in Alhiiiiieriiie fur the election of the flu! Hale officer", he him had to think continually of the fight hlH father wan making for re-election In hU home town. Me ban received In formation that his father wan re. elected mayor of liln city by a hniul Bume maoril. Thin In the act mid mM Mayor Walker ban been re-elected in Albania. A united ,iTort for the spiritual upbuiiiiiiii: oi A llniiiier.iie la being iniiOc li 'II the Fvangelb al iburchc. cl the clt th II HI I lea ol filllllllt.l in ens Heli,eK which will be held in the vaiioim .Imit 1 1 of the cliv, bcnin "is Sunday. November U. This date will In- religiously observed tin l NS 'onil coliilltieliB lletlialld a i hanue. The oi i: inixi 1's of Ihe tin', t H'i:v h-p" Ihnt 'he public will tuliv 4 i i t We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot Ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. II E RATIFICAT 101 MQNDAYNIGH T Governor-Elect McDonald, Ex Govemor Hager man and Oth ers to Deliver Addresses at Elks Theater, A huge ratification meeting In cele bration of the overwhelming victory of the democratic-progressive republi can 'candidates at the election un Tuesday will be held In A lhuiUeriiue Monday night. This was decided oil yesterday mid a committee on ar rangements consisting of 1). A. Mai pherson, M. Mamlell, Ivan Cruns Icld, J. Korhor and John H. Heaven was appointed tu prepare the program and arrange details of the big rally. The plans have progressed far enough to predict that the ratification meeting will be the most enthusiastic and largest ever held In .New Mexico. ll.indreds of visitor are expected from Sun In Fe. laas Vegas, Helen, Ueming. Vaughn, Clovls, I.as Cruces and Itoswell which, with the several thousand from Alhuqneniue, who will In in the celebration, will make It a loindiirf affair. The big doings will open with n torchlight procession und automobile parade. In which half a hundred tun- r cars will take part, together with tlw hundred mounted men and hun dreds nn foot There will be lots of re, fire and fireworks. Two bands will furnish music during the proces xion and these later will p!av at the Kll theater, where Ihe speaking will take place. Arnimg those scheduled to deliver ihIiIi'cims are tiovernor-elect Mclhm ald, former Oovertior Herbert J. llag ennan, former Cuncniur Miguel A. H' l'ii. Colonel George W. Prichard. A. A. Jones, chairman of the democratic (date central committee; N. It. Ijiugh Ian, secretary of the slate central com mittee, and others. F.w-ry man on the successful state, cohgri uHloiial and legislative tickets. as well as those on the Kernallllo county tiiket, will participate In the rally. The meeting will not be exclusively for (hose who were elected and for the ones who made their victory pos sible by voting for them, but will be a tally In which everybody Is Invited to partii ipale. tii.M na,a,aaa .. A A. A ...... . - . . . . : ,r.7 mann coal co. ssxz - rilONK tit. X r. , "r'lTIi; AIX MIS, STKAM (X)AU - iT W . ' r''"'r'r ""M, r"r' s.d, Native Klmlllnf, . .re,,ay. Mtuta le llrbk. Omnium Itrtck. Lime. -V a. - - - - - - t rtiirf ttm lire DENNIS CHAVES WEDS MISS IMELDA ESPIN0SA I ten nl Chav es, u member of the engineering corps of the city of Al I'U'iiicrqiie anil a prominent young ilcnioi rullc pnllili Ian, surprised his friends yesterday morning by cele brating the victory of ihe democratic ti ket in .t,w Mexico by gdtlng mar ried He chose as his mate Miss Inielda i:.iptiioa, the charming sis ter of In. Aiitello M. K.iplnosa, pn iiKs.ir of Spanish al the Cnlverslty of Cslllortiia. and formerly professor of SpsniNh at the I'nlversitv ,.f New M.vlto. The jming couple were married In the presence of a few friends yester day morning by Hey. Fa I lo r A. M. M.ihilalarla, and left immediately af terwards f..r lcncr to spend their h. .m i moon. ATler a trip of several weeks the young couple will return to Albii.nicr.jiie where they will make their home. COMPANY CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER WM. I. OIIMttr. Manager. n,!VnM"ul,rrrV0,l!-vrn",h,n, u"" ,1"I'"''K Tonatructlon. "ur Moll,,. t,i(t Husiliesh, Mi.ull plolits." Corner Tl lrd nod Maniciie. Plume 8. Zapata Ih-cparcs to Surrender, Cuautla, Mcx., Nov. . An order was sent today by the rebilllous Kmlllaiio Zapata to his chiefs to per mit the repair of railroads and tele kfapli and telephone lines In the tr rilory they dominate and to refrain from further mobsling them. This Is looked upon aa a preliminary to the surrender of Zapata as forecasted l'" 'd' r,- orior to his InaiiLMiriition SPIHFI.I.A CHI5SITS. Made to measure and fitted In your own house ' I IMF. It, M1I4 HU. II til St. i Pliono 3t:i :. V V V f z I z z z z z Z z V z z t y y y y Y f y y y y y y y y z t y y y y y y y y y y z z z from Pi if.'e t Kiihih street. i 'l.i rf old aen,:e The ri pi-rt via li.p- tett ; !l I Cie it. -ter Co!l",MNy ct'I-rt l i 'i-j lav h. nam. I l.i;, H 'A-re er,!. r. J I U. e-1 al th- T 1 f I A j ir.t-rw li.-n . f r.icifo- avei.,t.. and I I I J I j sei oi d -lrc t and t 1-eAis avenue iisr rvGCPivecl -c- ., ,r. I tiUl X VVVVI V V-XN-e. yjlaps. wslSlviluuH.ullbvth.vMlll,,:! J .a'of & rescluiicr. directir.r th-wt tho cif.- A Beautiful Line of Chafing Dishes Percolators Casseroles and Chafing Dish Ac cessories in Cop per, Brass and Nickel Plate We would ask you to view this as sortment while it is yet complete and make your reservations for Christmas. Jewelry Department (First Floor) y y y V f y y y y V t y y y y y y y ti y y ? y y y y y y y y y y y y X t y y y y y y y y reei- c n;rr..;ie.. v.r.i h hi teen in veJi.rur;.' ti -. .r.-u? uru.j c t n. rril;;.vi. .v'. rr.u.t at m il an imo.e d.atv r. peit. v. h.. h report the cure.i '..ill icliM.h r at a ?. ial iruelim-'. Anions; several petitions presented and referred to the proper committee, was one akiti: permission to estab lish and mairtiin a wnn-lery south of the citv on land extending from Broad- Iwav east tit the foothills. It is under 'stood that if the petition, which as re ! ferrej to the board of health for ex j animation and report. U granted, that a cemetery to oe niaue in time a oeau tiftil burial ground, will be establish ed by the petitioners and others who will form a corporation to maintain and operate Raid burial cemetery. Monthly reports of the city clerk, city marshal, city chemist, chief of the tire department, building, plumbing and electrical inspector, and treasurer were presented and referred. CHOPS THIS YEAR MI Em PRICES Farmer is Shortage Compensated For in Production By CtTrtjM Hut SctuAur St Mux Higher Quotations; Flax Only if lt VOU'LL see Grain That is Cheaper, I than XI'.W Aitmt xi.k T ni 1 1 v mii.i.im:hy Some handsome new Finall shapes ir Walking Hats. Heavers and Velvets have Just arrived. )ur line of Wil low Plumes is attracting much at tention because of the complete assortment. WAXTKD. rixnerlcnced Katonoman (no other nrHd aiiply.) Apply The i:tmomist. If you need a carpenter, teiepnone Hesaelden, phone S77. When joii buy 'Ccrrlllos cnul you get your money's worth, lliilm Coal coniaiiy ta ll It. Phone HI. UP TO DATE HOTDH B. Mnrnlog Journnl Speelal Leased Wire. Washington, Nov. 9. The decreas ed production in crops this year s compared w ith last year is being com pensated to the farmer of the country by the larger prices they are receiv ing as shown by figures given out to day by tho department of agriculture. The aggregate production of crops in 1911, It Is estimated is approximate ly 7.90 percent less than the crops of j 1910, and above four-tenths of one- percent less than the average produc- j Hon of the preceding five years. i P.... ..-...U 1 t 1 ........ M i-i'iii una niiun ceoia IllOle pel I bushel on November 1 than on the . glad tO same aaie last year; wneat, one cent; oats, S.9 cents; barley, 29.6 cents; rye, 11.5 cents; buckwheat, 7.1 cents, and potatoes, 20.3 cents, while the value of hay was 2.66 cents a ton greater. Flaxseed, the only grain In which un increase was reported this year, is 19 cents cheaper this year than last. 10 more ior- worn from now on 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 cf weaves; and at the same time will be have you look at .1 r- l-l r 1 tne new tngusn oacks, the Shape-maker, the Var sity; and the new styles in Overcoats. Suits, $20 ami up. Overcoats, $18 and up. 01 GOOD ALBUQUERQUE A Modern Fall Clothes Department That Shows You Everything The chillies tlH'UUM'lves ready to In. taken down and tried on, to be felt and examined. Ilroad mirrors lluit slanv you from head lo foot. Insdmr rooms well lighted. Intelli gent tciNoiml xerv Ice. And STl;i-t.(K IPS tallming laln'l In each suit and over coat. This inettiiH STVI.i:, WOH KM A X S II I I . I he clothes nr. They give iNUJ.Ai; poll IK)II.K V API I'. Suits $20 to $40 Overcoats $16.50 to $30 Kneipp Linen Mesh Un derwear, union or 2 piece, $6.00 the Suit Wasljlumt (Co. 123 8. Second ht. lit W. Gold City Council Votes to Buy Com bination Apparatus of Very Latest Model to Reinforce the Present Equipment, Albuquerque is to have the latest and finest fire fishting equipment that money can buy a triple combi nation motor fire engine. This was decided on at an adjourn ed meeting of the city council held last night, when that body adopted the report of the engineers to whom was referred the bids submitted by the several companies submitting propos als of motor fire enulnes. The engi neer's report gave the council much Information as to the technical ad vantages of the equipment to be pur chased and was signed by Arno Hun ing and J. N. Gladding. The council, after due consideration voted to give the contract for the ap paratus to the American Lu France Kngine company, the price to be 19.0(10, F. O. H.. Albuquirque. The fulfillment of the contract is made contingent on the compliance of the company with certain specifications and recommendations made in the en gineer's report, Previous to taking action on this Important piece of business, the coun cil at the meeting lasl night transact ed considerable other business, Mayor Klder presiding and Aldermen Wroth, Auge, Conroy, Isherwuod, Coen and Clark being present. The report of the police committee relative to a public hitching grounds, w as adopted. The report provides for the leasing of a piece of ground rum piising the o- ailed Albuqurrque Kastern railway terminals, a block long and one hundred and fifty feet deep, for the sum of tl a month, from Colonel W. S. Hopewell. The grounds arc to be equipped with suitable hitch ing posts and placed under the super vision of the police department. The grounds are to be put In shape for use Imthediately. Several standing committees of the council presented reports. The sewer committee, which had under consider ation the question of a contract to be entered Into with the electric light company for furnishing power for the operation of sewer pumps, recom mended that if the council made nne contract for power that It accept the proposition for a service charge with a scale rale as the most economical. The council adopted the committee s report, and authorized the city clerk to sign the contract with the light company. The sewer committee also presented a report on the cost of disposing of storm waters within the district at present belnj considered with a view to paving. The plan recommended for adoption, contemplates the utilisa tion of the Fourth street sewer with the necessary pumping of such storm water. The plan Is not to be carried out. however, uulesa the tiavlne t imh CITY During October Fifteen Hun dred People Were Addressed at Open Air Meetings; Income Exceeded Expenditures, The Salvation Army report for the month of October shows a commend able amount of work done by that corps under tho direction of Captain Wendel. There were thirty-five open air meetings held, with an estimated attendance of 1,500. Forty meetings were held In the hall with an attend ance of 150. The Sunday school show sixty in attendance, and four meet ings were held in the Jail. Three hundred and twenty-five garments and shoes were distributed to the needy, while sixty meals and lodging were dispensed. Sixty-five loaves of bread were given to the needy. The War Cry, the official or gan of the Salvation Army, was well circulated during the month, 750 be ing sold, an average weekly sale of 150; while sixty Spanish and Italian War Crys were circulated, and 100 copies of the Young Soldier. Sixty papers were given away in the Jail?. The income of the corps was $128.12, and the expenditures $112.76, 'leaving a small balance on hand. The number of professed conversions is given as nine. Captain 'Wendell wishes to express ils gratitude to the people of Albu querque for the assistance he receiv ed during the month. Simon Stern The Central Avenue Clothier Results From Journal Want Ads f Wool Dress Goods water cyujinjttee recommended TJie in its rf pin-rtnat thO water coniDanv lay a main from Pacific avenue to liell avenue on William street, and TKL S85. TCI 12. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady Assistant. COR. F1FTU AND CENTBAA, Office Phone MO. AZTEC FUEL COMPANY COAL and WOOD Ftai 251 First mil (mile ai jga Wv Jf li?S'W 4"tH-4'rr I Gloves N Tho Glove Section has to of fer all Uk season's bet and licwi-st style of (.lines 1 hoth wrist and dhow lengths. These Gloves lutve more than "surface Indication" of quality, they have the quality, the cut and the workmanship. An excellent Glove of good wearing quality, wrist length and In all shades, is the one wo offer for $1.25 a pair. The demand and sale of Wool Press Goods this season is phe nomenal. In keeping with our reputa tion for having the most com prehensive) and largest Hue of Woolen Fabrics In the city. c offer a wide choice for your se lection. We are specialists hi these goods and take great pleasure In calling jour atten tion to them. We bImiw com pletoi lines in albatross, nuns veiling, batiste, mohair, poplins, I'annnias, serge, brotulcloths, slM'phcrd's cheeks, plnhK fancy worsteds ami Scotch mixtures, in a full raiijte of col ors Priced from 50c to $2 50 a yard. FERGUSON 3 ICDLLISTER