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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911.
SIX CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Slnu, Rang.., lloiio lurm-hing (kkmIi, Cnth-r, Tool. Iron rip, lahe mxl tilting. 1'luinblng, Heating, Tin imI Coppi-r Wiak 3IH W. ClATKAL WV. Tl I.KPIIOM: 315 It 1111 ."NOT AI.I.I.1'1 MATTHEW'S M1LIC IJLT 18 st;nK YOl'. CHARLES Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA f """""'"""""J Cranberries are high fur the fancy kind, hut we lontriicul fur our 'lliniik-gliing 1 1 1 1 1 1 which are lion In, mill oii-librlng IIm I'ri'xnl niHi'kf'l are making the vrrj low prlii- of 2 lbs for 25c. .Order now mill make nnr I railherT)" MUIM Mini M't II Hllll It ImplnM. Willi HKI'. Ward's Store 1 lltlMir.R n. WARD. Mgt.. lit llarblo An. Plume SOU PHONES 501-502 BRYANT'S Quick l'nsl Ii'l. ami Mtswenir. Tli liet anditl Tinrt to t hai In tha city km at W. L. Trlmbla'i, 111 North Henn(l trtpt Phnim I WALLACE HESSELOEN tnerat l onlrxlm, r"lguret Mid workmHnshlp count W fuurantoa mora for your munr than any lhr coniractlng firm la Albu qurqua. Offlca at tha lupurlor Plan ing Mill Pbona 117. THE WM. FARR COMPANY W)io1hri anil retail ileniem In Frh anil Salt Uul HituKiigra a rpaclnltf Cor l alllr and h."g Dm blggmt markal prloef ar paid. Oilier Clothing Stores Have Come to Albu querque, Opened and . i men gone away again; n . r r out wurs Remains WHY? Because we Know Clothes. A big thing, that, in the cloth ing business. We have been told that our stock is more com plete, for the size of our store, than many a metropolitan cen ter can show. Do You Realize that here, in Albuquerque, you can examine and try on as wide a line of STEIN-BLOCH Smart Clothes as any in the state ? Full Drc5s Suits $45.00 to $50.00. Prince Albert coats $27.50. Tuxedo Coats and Vests $35.00. Business Suits $20.00 and upwards. Silk Hats $6 and $8. Opera Hats $8. IM.U PHONE 420 LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers riideriakcr ami Embalmer. Prompt Harvlra Dmr or Night Telephone 75. Residence (8f. htrniig Itlk. Copper ami hMrul, la tb crtat that y.. koal art rc,i rur ni'iraiiis ipr phe tb POHTAt- TBlKtia AFU Co.. ilvioc rnur mm, and addMa and lh, eapr Kill t 4,li'r, bj a rnwltl HMii(ar Tk tala Bkuaa Nu. II , M It M Til, Ihm fumti i i put fr tli, arcut and ciuflnllno ut anrmi rsuirht lltnf anplMi nf 111, Murium Journal frc.m ta dourvaya uf uliKirllmr JUUHNAL PUatUHHtNII M lm m mmi Wfallier ltcMirt, For tltu twenty-four hours endlm? nl 8 o'clock yemerdiiy iifternoon. Minlmtini teinpernture, fi6; niliil niiini. 16; inline, 411, Tempenitiiri' ;it 11 o'clock p. in., 41; north winds, part ly cloudy , roiu ;c.st. WiiMhlnitloii, Nov. irt. New Mexico Kiilr Monday; colder, with n cold wave In miiilherr. portion; Tnendav fair. Arizona I'nlr Monday and Tiiea (lav. Went Tex.iM Fair und colder Mon day: eold whvo III noi"th and cenll'iil liortloim; Tucmliiy fair. lr, Conner, osttHipntli. Klern New anil dainty portrait nib. fur I'hrlKlniiiii nt Wolff'. I rs, ScliMcnlkcr .V Hay, (Mi'oiuilliM, 5, Arml.lo liMjr. Phono 717. II. M. the city 1 loiiHhi rty i f Sni-orm wan In j cnti rduy. Hev. tain I'l. JiIIIhoii will lenvn till eveiilim for Homvi'll on tiiifdiK-MS. JildKi' Merrill ('. Mechem, accom imnled hy Mm. Meclieni, cuinu tip I l oin Socorro yesterday, - Cap!. I' red I'Nu'iiot'f of Hie New MeV- Ini Monnleil I'ollee, was In Alhiutu llle Iiimi ni-lil on official IiiikIiichh, W. 11. Iit'own, general li Mcneral frelhl and piiH'M il'cr ii(.iclit of tile l-'iinhi l-'e at l;l I'ano, was in the city jeslcrdny nil lai.slln-H;!. A 1 1 u t !i ; 1 1 I ! i -1 n r n 1 A. S. Ilionkefi, of the New .Mexico National tiuarcl. svan in the city lioin Santa Ke chl tilay, on IiIm v m' to l;os ell. Joe Itnlliell, !llt tin coll ll eel Ion of the nciilal proi'riotor in' Ihe White i:h'diant. as ai'ii'Mied early Sunday inoi'iiliiK for heitiK ill link and dls ordel'ly. Ilev. Civile t 'iiiuilii'll. who has hcen iihNitlntt Ilev. Mr. Allison for the past week durlnir the HliiuiHaiieous clinreli 1 1 n et I ii um, h it M Mtci ilas lor his home in l.ns Crnccs. There will he all impoll, lilt llleet- lliir this even I n it of Ihe A I Ixiij iieti 1 1 u 1 . 1 1 1 1 of lit avers. Alter Ihe hiisines heiislon id the Indue. t'elrihlilllelils will he li rved. The iitleiidnnce of all tiiemiiels Ih desired. t'harles l I'olhy. and MIms Corn K. Kllloit ere ipiletly nuirried nl ! ;!n Walton for Chi'Minns riinlo. KHilis. l'boiio wn. W, Central it i a . Mr. ILFELDCO". we sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. trrtll.MiI amy NAHM THAI CC OrUloa Btotn t.allup Lump llilltl vUML W Glla Btov imiomc t. AVTIIHACITK. Al l, M18. STKAM X)Ali. Onae, Mill WimhI, lU'tory WixkI, Cord WimmI. Nal.v Kliulllnic, Hr llrlca, tlr Clay, Kama Itrlek. Oinimon Hrkk. lime. CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WM. ! OllLllAC, Mmmifer, Manufacturer of i:prMhln- used In HulkUntr Conatruetlon. Our MotUi "Iliif Uuulriesa, Snmll I'rollta." Corner Tblrd and Mnriinctto. of a f,w f the First th,irti. o. The young i"l At- will make -their h. i-.. ri.iro. IXf.uiv Sheriff K.in.i.ri p,., San li.H 't1. V.i!-ni i.i oittntv. in the i Itv I. -t night haittu today Fr.m ;.i 1 ! iris, why n llMl r.f a I I IV J in ciis i barged I', ralt.l r. r , It:. with a tuit on a h ,use in prei i'H ( I i- H i n roil!,. i h re the I.. i. .-oie limiii.i r h'.iriii4 Hi be t .11 t I . . The puniU of tlm i t v schools will iiiK - llit-tr eh mini T h.ihksi v nil? do nations lor 1 1 : I'oi r liniot ro.s mrn- itit'. Tin- lioo.utauis wt; p,, turned over to tin- N'oii-S-i Lilian it'Ti" iU tit So ciety for d i.t ribm ion us in former v.-ar.. An unusually luge number of donation are louokrd lor this year : ri ' I eviri donation, no m.ittiT how noa II, ill h- h ; ir.- iaud. Former Hnurniir Joseph YV. Folk of Missouri. considered by msnv to Missouri's favorite sou tor the nomination next year for president of lllH (luted States on the ilt'inorr.itlr tli k 1 1, will 'ii mi through tli- rity this iiMiihiinr on Siinla Ki- tr.iin No. 11 n tiiniinw irom a h-rturc lour in W ck! Ti lk, Konthi-rn New Jlnu u and Arlotia. I'm If Sam in In nofd of In ip to run hlw tiiixtoffii'i il nartno nt. thr Kri nt- I'Ht I.U."ltll M l olK'l tri ill till' I tlltl'd Slut-, lit- In In imrlii nhir ti"i d of KDiv loam to curry the mall and dork for work In the immnricr ot the country. He him therefore order ed another civil xervice examination for clerk und carrier at the Alhu iiieriiie ioxlofflc I ti 1 ) t n r on Juliu arv 1. rroi-'pectiv e a il i nnt. should cormiilt or nddremi lianlel E. I'hlllliis. necretiiry of the local eain Ininkt ho;ird. for further Information oncernliiK th cximilniitloti. All tlioM' Hlslilnii M'nMiii tickets for tli' l,ts'turi t'niirw this winter, oh 1 1 up It. It. To!Imt(, I'Iioiio uj:. . nt oiii-c, mi as to ni t ri'Ni'rvutloiis. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. . I, .linn's. Alex I. .lont'H, ho had lieen a resi dent of Alliiit:er(iie for Home time, eomlni; here III start h of health, died yesteriluv noon at a local sanitarium lit the Hue of Hx years. Ho had been sick a lonu time, lie in survived by a brother, liriimmoiiii Jotiew, tnaniiKer of the (,'oininonweiillh Seed company of SI. Louis, who has ordered the hndv prepared for burial nml shipped lo SI. Louis. The den use.) la mtrvlved also hy h wife, who resides on south Kdlth street, In this city. , C.YIID t)r" THANKS. We wish to express our thanks fn all friends and sympathlzera for Ihe kindness shown during the recent Ill lies and death of our beloved father, Joseph riillllps, and for the beauti ful Moral tribute, paid to his mem ory. M ACTK A N I I.1I.I.1K VIIIU.IPS, MH, and M11H. C. A. M A KS1 1 ALL, Hit. and MKH. C. A. MUZLKV. SERIOUS Six Believed to Already Have Perished Near Santa Monica; Hundreds Fleeing Before the -Fanned Flames, IIt Mornlnc Jiiiirniil Hprilal l.rnurd Vir l Sun la Monica, Cal., Nov. 'Jti.r-Joe Anchor, h ratu her. his wife and four children, are believed to havti perish ed and many beautiful summer homes w ill he destroy cd, In ll lol'est lire In Topaniro canyon. Several hundred persons are mil It -ItiK their way throuuli the almost ItupitsHuble trails nml are snflerltiK liieatlv on the thlriy-nille trek over Cnbibasii peak lo the San Fernando valley. Wild animals are beltiK driv en to the seashore hy tile tinmen, liuinv of them severely inil'iied. Deer no loiiKer shun men but seek their protection from the lire. l ot ll i liti s i;i: it.ii M"it oxwitn (lxnard. Cal . Nov. '.'. With a Winn of the Malilm lite blown Into this section 1iy a stiiT wind, anntheT lire In the Canejn si'itlon, a third liliilnif up the X'cutiira hills, a fourth BaiiiliiK In Noi'dhivff district, Oxnard tonlnhi Is surrounded by hill tires and a heavy cloud of smoke Is luinititiK over ihe city. Kiincliers oikhiiIssciI a band and are endeavollllK to keep the Hume from their Iioiiii'h and the Scarab oil llehls. In (lie Ventura district the blaze Is l onllned to htiiss In the hills so far. .J. WANT! I. Fxporlcticcil Sale womnn (no other neixl applf.) Apply Tlx lUimomlst SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. For Extra Well Rotted Manure For Lawns and Things riione 8. I ltit night in the pr I frit niN ! th piirnonag i Met hi'iliri h 1 1 r. h, ;n 11. k:un .!' I 'tine. FIRES SWEEPING PROGRAM AT CALIFORNIA ; GEM anaMa REVIVAL MEETINGS!MEW STATE SPECIAL CLOSE ATTHREE Additions Shi u,'-.. As Result of Series of ;cuus Services Will Tola Men: Close to Two Hundred In Hc . rs 1 or the chnrebe the Rim tiltaneo !.. .-eri'ie.-s lib h have hi en In proKf - i" Ailiiiiiiieniue for the lust two ,-. ksrl'Knl last niuht. The total add !H us to all the churches as a result of lh" meetings will be cb.se to two hundred, iff these the largest numher lo tar is divided between the First Christ Uii church and the Fitst Methodist Ki'iscopal church. The HlKhlanl .Methodist church und the CoiiKr.-n lie n al .i hutch have also re ceived iiuiie a number into their eonitrenaiens. The hi T' ice at the First Methodist church closul last nlitht, the jiastor. Kev. ("bail's i Heckman. preachiiiK the closin; sermon. Thirty-nine new inemla is were received on confession of faith and hy transfer durinif the ineetiriK, and forty-two professed con version. The Christian church figure are not quite complete u that denomi nation exini ls to continue Its meet- Inir up to and Including next Wed nesday ninht. when Hev. Mark Wayne Williams, brother of the pastor, Her miin I. Williams, will leave lor bis home In Milwaukee. The Highland Methodist se'vices closed last tilKht, as did also the Con Kretrntlonal church meeting;. The Presbyterian church, which ha been JolnlnK with the others In the con duct of meetings, will also close. Hev. V.. II. M iciillouKh of Santa Fe, has been preaching at the Presby terian church, and Hev. Clyde Camp bell of Las Cruces, ut the Highland Methodist. From Ihe standpoint of the up building nl the churches the meetings have been us productive of results as those generally conducted ua union efforts under the leadership of an outside evangelist, und have not been anything like us expensive. Considering Hint no man of na tional prominence ha occupied the pulpit of the churches during the Inst two weeks, the aUeiulunca has been good, the Interest will mani fested am'. Iho results above the ex pectations. If ynu need a carpenter, telephone Hesselden, plio.ie 377. An entire chain."!' of program will be mail.! at the Cent Mils iifternoon and tonight, when Jim Cihson and his big company will appear in that In tlinltahle 'iiiree, "My l ucle from Ire land, liihson will himself appear as "The Cncle". Mis Hazel Heese will sing her new song, "lied Hose Reg gie." Ilon't fall to sec Ibis show. Remember your turkey for Thanks giving. CARELESS ABOUT APPEN DICITIS IN ALBUQUERQUE Many .Mbititieriue people have stomach or bowel trouble which Is likely to turn Into appendicitis. if you have constipation, sour stomach, or g:is n the stomach, try simple buck thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as com pounded in Adb r-l-kii, the new Ger man appendicitis remedy. The J. 11. (i llielly llrujr Co.. states that A SIN-GI.I-: 1)1 ISIQ of this simple remedy re lieves bowel or stomach trouble almost INSTANTLY, Re-ilntilng tonight ihe Orpheum ninnngctnent will Inaugurate an inno vation hy sibling a strong chorus of good looking girls to their already splendid program. Master leon and Little Virginia will appear with the chorus In songs and dances, lthynatii will change his entire act except hi muster glusa case-trunk illusion. He will answer any questions scaled In envelopes while in u clairvoyant state. Write your messages at home and bring them sealed to the theater. In this line of work lthynatii Is conceded to be the best man before the public. New pictures. Admission always ten cents. TRAVELING SALESMAN CONTINUOUS LAUGH The fact that the managers of "The Traveling Salesman" company guarantee one thousand laughs dur ing Ihe course of the evening's en tertainment may sound to some peo ple like superlative boasting, but no body can actually figure the separate laughs that emanate from the audi ence as there is no cessation, except ing during the Intermissions and even thi n chuckling and giggling are tn teriulitently Indulged In. The fact re mains, however, that If one thousand separate laughs cannot be counted by a sintisiiclan that the audience In dulti's in one long continuous each Ituitorv revel from the first to the last act. No greater laugh producer than "The Traveling Salesman" hits ever been presented on the American stage and if .fame Forbes, the author, rested on his laurels iihd never wrote another line this one play would cer tainly place him high up among the foremost humorist of America, "The Traveling Salesman'" comes to the F.Ik' theater on Saturday night, De cember 21. and the Indication are that the engagement here will be ns ! succcKKful us the New York and Chi jcago runs, where this entertaining I comedy w as played for moro than one CHURCHE FOREST ENTIRE CHANGE UF BEAUTY CHORUS UT THE ORPREUi TO I CONGRESS IS ABANDONED Mary Delegates Desired to Ti aul By Various Routes and Necessary 100 Passengers Cculd Not Be Secured. BIG REPRESENTATION ASSURED NEVERTHELESS Every Irrigated District in New Mexico Will Be Represented and Commonwealth Will Take Active Part in Big Meet. The proposed New State Special train to the National Irrigation con gress, to be held In Chicago, Decem ber 5 to 9. has been abandoned. This announcement was made yesterday by Secretary H. H Ht-ntng of the Bureau following the return . Hopewell, members board of governors, of Immigration, of Colonel W. of the national George Arnot and others, from El Paso and southern New Mexico points where they went in the hope of se curing the thirty or more additional passengers needed to make up the special train party. In this they were unsuccessful and as Saturday was the final date one which arrangements for the train could be concluded, the project wus reluctuntly ubundoned by the committee. One hundred passengers were re quired In order to secure the train und while this number might have been secured at the last minute, they could not be signed up in time to allow for making arrangements for the train. The committee has therefore an nounced that the New Mexico dele gates will proceed to Chicago as best suits their Individual convenience. The rates will be exactly the same as those made for the special train, viz., $!i(i.30 round trip, points between Kl Paso ami Albuquerque; $50,40 round trip, points between Las Vegas und Raton, with the rute In proportion from Pecos valley and other points. The eonxress will open December B at 10 a. in., In the Auditorium the ater, where the registration head quarters will also be found. Itecausc of the convenience of delegates the New Mexico headquarter will be In Ihe Auditorium hotel, on Michigan avenue, and Colonel Hopewell will fa in charge. All New Mexico delegates are requested to coinmunicitle with Colonel Hopewell Immediately upon their iirrhal In Chicago anil to en roll nt New Mexico headquarters with out delay. ' "Kverythlng possible, bus been done lo Insure a large delegation from New Mexico at the Chicago congress," said Colonel Hopewell yesterday. "The members of the New Mexico advisory committee and the Hureuu of Immi gration have worked Indefutlgably ii nil Willi a li'tl" more time ut our dis posal there is no doubt that we could have made a go of the special train. It was utterlv Impossible to take the matter up during the state election, the minds of the people being oc cupied with other matters, and after the election the time was so short that success was problematical from the first. It was necessary to deter mine one way or the other about the train by Saturday and it was there fore necessary to abandon the plan. "M.mv of the delegates desire to take different routes to Chicago and to stnrt on different dates. 1 found a number who are r-oing from southern New Mexico, but only a few of them expect to leave on the same date. Wt have, therefore, abandoned the at tempt to bring thi' ih legates together before leaving New Mexico, permit ting them to make their trip as bCHt suits their Individual convenience. "It is to be hoped that none of those, expecting to attend the congress will fall to do so been use of the Im possibility of running Ihe special train. The rates will be Just the same to the Individual passenger and the Im portance of this congress to New Mex ico i such that every delegate who can do so should make an effort to uttond. I feel sure we will have not less than fifty delegates on the floor and we hope this number may be con siderably Increased. New Mexico need the Irrigation congress and Its Influ ence anil the present session Is un doubtedly the must Important In its history. New Mexico must take it full part In the proceedings. "I received a letter today from the congress headquarters, announcing that the sessions will be held in the Auditorium theater. The registration headquarters will also be there. For this reason, nnd as more convenient for the members of our delegation. New Mexico headquarter will be ?s tablished In the Auditorium hotel, adjacent to the theater. It Is hoped that all New Mexico delegates will communicate with or rail at the hend quarters on their arrival In Chicago." "It s this way,"" snld Nick Chechis, proprietor of the Albuquerque Candy Kitchen, "the people of Albuquerque have not been accustomed to buying good candies at the prices we offer, so, f,f course. It is nurd for them to believe we can 'make good' our offer of pure candle at 10 and 15 cents a pound. We have been doing this, however, every Saturday since we opened our store here last month, end we are going to continue to do It. Re sides we guarantee all our candies up In the standard required by Dr. Wiley' Pure Fooj Law. "It s easy enough to do this when you know how ami are satisfied with a fair profit on labor and Invest ment. We make all our own candle by band In our own clean kitchen, buy supplies chuaply nnd save labor cost. That's all there Is to It. Yon will find us right here ,ut the New Crystal Theater entrance, every day giving the people or this town' more good, pure cindv for their monev than tiny uir tot btl'ulc." ' GOOD ENOUGH FOR DR. WILE! BOB WHITE OOAIL RECEIVED 0 Gillie Warden Gable, Who Se cured Consignment ofTeath eicd Game, Sends Batch to Deputy Raymond Stamm. Deputy Game Warden Flaymond II. Station has received from Game Warden Thomas P. Gable at Santa Fe :i shipment of two iloieii P.oU White quail, a consignment of which has lately been received from .New York. It is the Intention of the game of ficials in New Mexico to attempt to establish the Hob White quail in New Mexico, and in order to do this the game warden has gone to consider able trouble ami expense to get them. He has traded native New Mexico quail for them, and they will shortly be turned loose to shift for them selves. The game laws of New Mexico are smh as to throw complete protection around the Hob White. It is unlawful to hunt them at uny time during the year. It is thought with this protection the quail will multiply to such an ex tent as to make hunting them in the course of a few years an enjoyable sport in New Mexico. Deputy Warden Stamm has the two dozen in charge and will keep them some time before he turns them loosn. During that time the hunter of Al buquerque are extended a cordial In vitation to visit the Stamm Fruit com pany store and get acquainted with the little feathered birds so that should they be hunting the Hob White quail spring up before them, they will not make themselves liable hy shoot ing them. Although the birds have come fill the way from New York, they are in excellent condition, well grown und very active. J. K. Parker. 2 1 -' I No. 10th st., Ft. Smith, Ark., says that he had taken many kinds of kidney medlo'ne. but did not get better until be took Foley Kidney Pills. No matter how lung you have had kidney trouble, you will find quick and permanent benefit by the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start taking them now. J. II. O'Rielly. When you liny Ccrrlllos coal yon get your moni-jV worth. Hahn Coal ooinonnv cell It Phono W1 AT PRIVATE SALE Contents of a well furnished, ten-room house, Apply at Mrs. A. Rosenwaid 713 W. Copper Avenue. At liomo Mil the .Mornings TI'X 8 TIX. 1M, French & Lowbor Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady Assistant. COIi. FIFTH AMI CKKTBAL, Office Phono 6flO. E 1UXGAIOW 1 f 1'or Sale or Kent. J i Ixig bungalow, opposite High- J ! land park; ten rooms, three 1 fifty-foot lots, barn with ser- J vant's quarters and garage.. Sale price $7,000; cash 'or part cash T and easy payments; furnished with stoves; $50 per month; J completely furnished, $75 per 4 month. No leases for less than I one year. Apply T. S. Woolsey, Jr., Albuquerque, N. M. I 'f".i 0. K. Transier Company, A tneral transfei butlnwui sonductad. rtona 4 SI. PATTT A BECltES, Prop.. A Special Sale of V ? y Beginning this mornintf and will place on sale wide, warp we siun and striped patterns, especially t For convenience In selling, in three Kiotii s. At 35c., values to 50c. At 50c, values to 75c. At 65c, values to $1.00 t ? ? ? f HAND BAGS The Holidays will bring your thoughts' nearer to our Loathe- 1 Goods Department, a department that we have specially feature!, , showing a wide range of novelty and practical bugs in plush, vcIm'" leather, etc., In shapes Innumerable, moderately priced, beginning $1.00 and up. t t Ferguson 7 Copyright Hun Schirtnrr fc Mux Lots of your engagements of the informal kind, where j dont want full dress, and you want something dress than a business suit. Hart Schaffner & MaiC Tuxedo, with a full dress s to match, gives you a comp! dress outfit for all even functions. Better get yours in shape for the coming sq son's social festivities. Full Dress Suits S35 ami Tuieihi Cunt to match . . S'J." anil Ihisincss Suits Siu null Overcoats Sis ami This store Is the homo or Hart Sri; hit and Marx Clothe. SIMON STER Central Avncuc GothJ MRS. CLAY. lid s. roiniii st.. opp. iwofii MAMCl HlVti. ComblMKs nmde up. Marliiello Toilet Articles sold here. Gallup Lump Co Gallup Stove Coal All kinds of Woo Phone 251 First and Brar R. S. Dunbar, phone 468 W. M. Beauchamp, Phone 6S5 DUNBAR AND BEAUCHAMP rr.rMHrcns. The cold weather la coming on tr now is the time to have your wor done right. SiW So. Srd KL. Offlci Phone M- FOR RENT Corner store room, 25x14:! feet, up-to-date front, best location in city fof general merchandise. Posses sion Jan. 1st. or Feb. 1st., 1912. Address P. O. Box 574. Fancy Ribbons I continuing throughout the week. j printed ribbons in floral, plalO. ivr- adopted to fancy work. I the assortment offered w 111 be priced f. & Collistet felJ C0MPAN J !(W