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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1911.
EIGHT t CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Mor. lUngc. llc I urnl-hliijf ..mK Mtlf. TxK Inm lfw. tthniml llliiiii. Iluinblng. Heating, Tlu ami '"T Work. sin w. o:imi, aw- ti i.u iiom; ju I ir vot Mti: mit tu:r.iY I J MATTHEW'S MILK J li ti ssi.uvi: vor PHONE 420 CHARLB slFCld COj Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA : 1 If YOU WILL . Ill II iul you a iinil iir m nf Bryant's Delicious I Chocolate Candy along with tin' otlH-r lliing ur ham )nu t III nitdciMaiid K nli; i' iKi m h a large rawly Only 40c per pound lore closed ail li r Tluink. lilting lj. I" Jam I Ward's Store i ? HOMFIt II. Wltl. Mgr. 31.1 Marble Ave. 11min 2 T PHONES 501-502 BRYANT'S ;ii'cU I'arii'l ivIUerjr ami SIcwu-nRcM The hel saddle hor- to he had In he city are at W. t ,N'..rlh Merunil Street . Trimble' , 113 I'll. .lie S. WALLACE HESSELDEN fii-ni ral fonlrui tor Fleoi'is stid i.rkriiiiniili count, i uuuranti'e more lor our money t li; n unv oilier contrn lin firm In Al- boiUi'rlle. I 'filer ill M I'l ItK 'It I'l.AMMJ Mll.K 1'lu iu- ;IT.. THE WM. FARR COMPANY MHlniile and rein II dealers In l' ! ch mill Halt MeutN -SaiisKes A I ;i-i iHy. For ciillle and Ihmh the Mil- . ! nmrl.t't prices me paid. Other Clothing Stores Have Come to Albu qi rrque, Opened and then gone away again; But Ours 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 r le'c, tor the size of our store, than many a metropolitan cen ter can show. Do You Realize that here, in Albuquerque, you can examine j and try on as wide a line of j , cttim di nru c.-i 01-11 1 o 1 LI 11 'DLuvn OIIIUIl UUUICSI rs any in the state ? j lull Drefs Suits $45.00 to $50.00. Prince Albeit coats $27.50. Tuxedo Coats and Vests $35.00. Durness Suits $20.00 and upwards. Silk; Hats $6 and $8. Opera Hats $8. liHUasliluirnCo. sl; w LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers . I nil. Makers ami IjiiltMlincrM. rnuiiii service) Day or Mgbl. T.-tcplioiie 75. ItoliliiKv 8HO. strong I ilk.. i.iht ami .sii,ml. In the event (hut ou should iiui recrite your moriiiiitf p- per, telephone the I'liSTAL. TrXKi illAI'IC IM Klv In your name ami address and the pa-p-r will be delivered by a spe cial iiiisxenirer. The telephone is No. 2. $.",00 ItcHsnl S5.IKI The aUive reward will le paid for the arrest and con- viction of anyone cauitht steal- In cotp of the .Morning Journal from the doorways ol -sul.se riders. Jul'H.NAl. ITIU-ISHINU CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST Weather KeKrt. For th twenty-four houra endlnc at o'clock yesterday afternoon. Maximum temperature, 24: mini mum, 1H, raiiKe. K; tmperature ut 6 o'clm k p, in , 2S: north wliobt; part ly cloudy. FOKrx'AST. Washington. Nov. 28. New MeiUo, Arleonn an, I West Texas Futr and ris Imk t. inperuture Wednesday and Thursda) . II r. Conner, osteopath, Bieru Bill New and dainty portraits for Christmas at Wolfe's. Urs. KcliwciilkcT ft Hay, Osteoiiatlm, S, Arm I Jo bldtf. I'lione 717. , 1.. T. CavmiaiiRh of llolbroolt. ..rli!., was In the city yesterday. Dr. J. M Ku r. tt of IV Kalb. Ill , In a InmliieHs visitor in AHnniUcruue. V. F. (Jlephensoii cf Kl Pnso. ws iimoiig the arrivals In the city last niKht. Special officer It. J. Hnowd.n of the Santa Fe, Is a visitor lo the city this week. W. It. Utnd. the well-known Clay ton banker, arrived here lust night from Simla Fe. Stni. Senator-elect (IreRory rak ( liiilliip arrived In Albuiuerjtie last liluht trum the west. Mr. and I. A. Dye left yesterday tor Fort Worth. Tex, where thev will spend simm al weeks vtsltlnit friends. lialph i'. Klv of heiiilnu ns in the ellv yesterday, returning to his home In li.'iiilim I rum a trip to Santa Fe, W. A. Cameron, ir.iveilnit freight and passetiHer aiient a ,f the Santa Fe, was In the city H'om HI 1'asu yeslet day. Cot. Italph Fmerson Twitchell of I is Vet as, airUeil in the clly last luiflit and will transait nillrmid I.Kil biixiness lure tdday, J. W. Cook of lais V.r.is, returned to hia Inline esletday, after belntl llaliv l'liotucniplw at lllto', I'lione 2S. 3 IS'l XV. Central Ave. We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. Cerrltlo. Lamp HAHM THAI PA Cerllloa Slot tiallup l.amp llrtllU WrtL IU. CMla Rlort ruoMj it. A.MIlllACITE, AU, SI.ICS, STEAM CX.I C.k Mill Wood, lactorj Wtxal, C'tmt WcmmI, Nature Klndllne. Flra Brtck. Fire Clay, Santa Fe tlrlck, Oonimoo Hrtok, lime. CHICAGO HILL AND UMBER COMPANY WM. 1 OHl.KAC, MannirtY. ' Mintifaeturer of Everything used In Nulldlng Construction. (iur Motto "lllg Uueinesa. Small Fronts." Corner Third and Marquette, H last Dav of Special Sale on Silverware and Cut Glass IHiit take advantage of it. I'tcrv thing In silverware, Cut (.lav, tarvliig etc., one. tl.ird i Imt ilian rii(iilar prut-. THIS THE LAST In the city for s..me time under treat merit of I ir. W. i. Shadrach. t iiptain W. C. Held, fcrnurlv nt- totney ueliiral of .Ww Mexico, re turned last evening to his home In lioswell after a visit of five da tn this see I lull. '!. and Mrs. H. S. Van Slyck of Trinidad, Tolo.. arrived last evening to spend Th.ir.ksi;ivint w ith friends In the city. Col. Vnn slyck Is tt.neral live stock attent of the Sjinta Fe. K. K. Iiavis, rei.resentinn William Ihivis V Son of WheelliiK, West. "a producers of petroleum, stopped over In Alliu.iieri(ue last nlitht on hia way easts from California. Mr. Ihtvis is interested In mining in New Mexico. Marriage licenses were yesterday is ud at the of rite of the prohaU clerk as follows: I.lmrau Montova and Fred Sena: Anita do llaca and Arthur linker: I'tedad Sena and F.iu lo Car. la: Maria C.enrudis Lucero and Jose Maria Torres. E. A. tiood. day clerk of the Al varado, returned yesterday from Kl Paso where he relieved the cashier of the Harvey house. His return has Ulan caused the return of Jefferson Iavls to the managership of the lum h room at the Aharado. John S. Clark, senator-elect from San Mmuel county, was in Albuquer que yesterday from bis home at Iii Veitas, transJK tini Insurance business. Mr. Clark was president ol the terri torial council live vcars ucu and later served nn coal oil lnspci tor. John U Kttiersn, democratic can didate for commissioner ot the public lands, at the reter.t stale election, was In the clly yestirdiy. returning frum Smt:i Fe to his home in Kddy county, after looking after hia Inter ests. He tin accompanied by 11. It. llarkey of Carlsbad, and Judge S. J. Grantham, also f Carlsbad, his at torney. C Arthur I'.ruce, formerly a prom inent sheep mm of western New Mex lin, w here he was In partnership with K. Z. Vo((t of San Mateo, Is in the city lo spend Thanksgiving. Mr. Hruce is now a resident of Str.ator. III., where he Is general manager of the Streator Motor company, makers of the llalll day car. Since leaving Albuquerque he has been engaged in the automobile business almost exi lusively. For some time he was counsel for the A. t). Smith Auto company of Milwaukee. W. H. llahn of this city, has sold and delivered in Iais Vegas two big Cadillac touring ens. One of these machines was sold to lunlel Stem, and the oilier to Herman Ilfild. The mm hint s are 112 foredoor tour lug cars of 4(t-horse-power. They ore equipped lth patent seli'-start-Ing devices, .lectrlc lights, automatic tile pumps, wind shields, speedomet er and a guagc for registering the amount of gasoline in the tank. The cars are finished In nickel and black niul have a wheel base of 116 Inches. The Indies of the Cold and Proad vvny Christian church will hold two prayer meetings tomorrow afternoon. Mne will be In the Highland at the home of Mrs. Ktch.ird Archer, 611 South Waller street, under the leader ship ,,f Mrs. Caldwell. The other will lake place In the lowlands at the resi dence of Mrs F.dward Sackett. R"5 North Kleviiith street, and will be conducted by Mrs. Hartley, The sub ject will be "Cotisei ration." These SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. For Extra Wei! Rotted Manure For Lawns and Things Plaine 8. DAY. ; 0HKwt JEWCIER3 ! I HMit 111 A HARVEST OF BARGAINS i J Await ) a I i! Co verdale Clearance I Sale of The a on Mir al -ortm.iit Is Mill Urge, HALF PRICE THI MFAS: KrTT Pattern Hal Kverv TVimmed ilai Every I mriiiiiiKil Hat Every tea titer. Wins anil Kihtmn in tlic- t.tore. COVERDALE'S UIMM t.KC'IAL. met-ting :irr the culmination or a ser ies hieh have been held fur the past three weeks ut the homes of the lad les of this i hurt h. In connection w ith the rcent revival services at the var ious ihuribes in the city. Palace Harber shop charges cents for shave Thanksgiving day. 15 ' old of lluhaiid's m-atli. Baltimore, Md.. Nov. 2S. Mrs. lrv-in- It. Dinliey. widow of the Amerliaii ambassailor ; liraz'l, who died at a hospltaT h'-re jegterday, was notl iied today of her husband s death. She Is a patient in the hospital where her husband died. Thought shocked, she bore up well and It Is not expect ed that anv serious turn In her von union will result. Tl KKKYs: TI KKKVS! I will he al spot Cash store (.slay with a craic of extra fine corn litl turkeys. IlKUT IllLU (Ipliiiii iiM'ii4iri(M Haldol. Toledo. .. Nov. SS Internal reve nue officers and fnlted States depu' ty marshals tonlcht visited three Chinese Mores, arrested two China men charging them with manufac turing opium for smoking purposes. and confiscated 11.000 worth of me drug. The officers say other arrests here will l-e made. 444'r YES- Vour table will Ih rioliln spread Willi Turkey, Flo and IVrrlos Hed, lidding. iKiughnulK, Applet Svuit, and cvcrjthln that's giaal to rat, BUT- Tlicr.0 one Important Item yet. tin- mitcrpleev; now don't forget, but iiwnc a nm ud Thanksgiving lay nml liny of Ivc a nice bouquet. IVES, THE FLORIST Phone 732 Fourth and Santa Fc Ave. 44.4i44--vv LOVE "FEAST WILUREARRESTED S s Rev. Mark Wayne Williams to Deliver Final Sermon of Pro tracted Meetings at This Church Tonight. The series of meeting that have een tonducted at the First Christian church In connection with the simul taneous efforts of the other protest -ant non-conformist churches will close tonight with a love feast, an ex perience nieetiiiu conducted especial ly for the benetit of the new con vens. anil a farewell reception to Her. Mark Wayne Williams, who has been dolnr mwt of the preaching during the protracted ef"""t. The net result to the Christian church of the three weeks' meeting ts fifty additions to the membership of the church. Ilev. Mark Williams will leave tomorrow for his old horn in Milwaukee. Last night Mr. Williams delivered another of his. well-known lectures of travel, this time taking for his snU Jeet ' Indon," where he lived and labored for seven years. In discussing the subject, Mr. Will lams took his hearers to not only the IahkI.iii that Is famous tor Its ele gance anil riches, Its art. Its refine ment and its scientific pre-eminence, but also to the slums, the "l"rkest I,onilon," tit which Ueneral itooth has r.o vividly, written in hit book. The pathos and eloquence of his descrip tion of this section was such as to move many of his hearers to tears. At the service tonight Mr. Williams will give his parting exhortation to the new and old members of the First Christian church oi Albuquerque. BODY OF ENGINEER MALONE GOES EAST ON-MORNING TRAIN The body of Virgil P. MaUnie, the .iinlne. r of the light engine who was injure,) In the S. holle wreck on No vember 2i. will he shipped to his old home t Princeton, III., this morning. An es.s.rt consisting of A. J. Kcin.r anil Karl Fouch. members of the t'lmis l,odtCe f the Hrollierhoi.il ol Locomotive Firemen and F.nglnemen, Mi'lvnt last night to escort the body to their last resting plui-e. The railroad men oi Helen, where deceased lived for a number of years, tank up a subscript ion and obtained i large number of beautiful flowers ti. l e sint with the casket. The firm of John Hrrker and company of tie Itn loinrlbuted i of Ihe amount, . CLOSE WW SERVICES Millinery fico lial ami iilei-e of goods I 1 1.1 11 Bl.lKi. MlnM.Ts Only on Jury. Chicago, Nov. 18. County Judge Owen injected variety into the inno vation of "minor insanity juries'' to day when. Instead of busin ss men who have passed judgment on insan ity cases for the last month, he di rected a jury to be made up of the leading clergymen of the city. Itactcria on Human Htxly. Ftnston. Nov. . 2S. Three thousand million bacteria was the net yield giv en by washing a smooth skinned "clean" man. while a hairy individual lost fourteen thousand million. J. W. M. Hunker. Instructor In sanitary en gineering at Harvard, said In an ad dress la-fore the Hoston Scientific So ciety tonight. He '.vas telling of experi ments carried on in England. He recommended disinfection of water in swimming pools, which he an id may transmit infectious diseases. 4'alilell Would He Governor. Springfield, III. .Nov. 2S. Former Congressman l'en F. Caldwell of Sangamon county, today announced himself ns a candidate for tho demo cratic nomination for governor ut tho primary to be held next April. Mr. Caldwell was elected to congress in 1S9S, serving four terms. 'Jarher shops will be closed at 11 o'clock on Thursday. Xovember Si'th, Thanksgiving day. F. W. Pnnnenfel- er. sei-returv. AFTER RELEASE Special Statute Passed in Case of Montana Man Works to His Disadvantace When Put to Use. I Br Morning Jonrnsl special Leaned Wire 1 Helena, Mont.. Nov. 2S. The trnuhjes of Samuel W. Langhorne, Jr., former clerk of the state board of stock commissioners, were not emfed when he returned to his home today after serving a year's sentence in the peni tentiary for forging an endorsement on a 111) check. i The legislature. Importuned by stock men, looked into the Longhorne case and passed a special statute for the benefit of or the disadvantage of Langhorne. and those who might have shared his guilt. I'nder this r.ee Hurd was hired to devote his time to an investigation nf the stock hoard's condition. A one re sult of his investigation he had a warrant waiting for Ianghorne when the latter stepped from the train. The young man's father furnished bull and uained temporary liberty for his son. The charge is the same as that upon which Langhorne was formerly sent enced forgery. Mr. Hurd gave out the statement to day that In li9 and 1910, 325 fraudu lent checks against the est ray fund were drawn. They represent 1 19,500. Checks returned from the bank In 1907 and 1 S0 had been destroyed and there Is no way of verifying the ac counts of the stock board for these years. Facts discovered by Mr. Hurd led him to believe that Langhorne got on ly a part of the stolen money and his purpse Is to proceed against the yttuii. Uuik's associates. If you need a car penter, telephone Hesselden, pho.ie - ' Ortiiier KeaHi Honolulu. Honolulu, Nov. The Pacific cruiser . fleet which sailed from San FYandseo November 21, arrived here tonight. The fleet is composed of the cruis ers South Dakota, West Virginia, Maryland, Colorado and Califrnhi. The vessels are In command of I'.ear Admiral Thomas. All Quiet in San Doinlngn. Sun Domingo, Nov. The coun try continues quiet. The I'nited Status cruiser North Carolina and the gunboat Wheeling are in port. MRS. CLAY. II a IVunh St., llpp. Postoffice MAMCflUNG. r Combings made up. , . Mulncllo Toilet Article sold nvv. DON FROM PRISON EXFELLED BROTHERHOOD FORMALLY REINSTATED! 1 Atlanta. a.. Nov. I. In accord- j a nee with tb resolution adopted by I the American Federation of Labor, j the building trades department today ! leinstaieu me Cnited Brotherhood of i Carpenters and Joiners. wiii.h was j suspended a year ago There were no ' representatives of the carpenter present, but the opinion prevails in labor circle that the union will go back into the department. The department also concurred in the anion of the Federation declar ing for amalgamation of the steam fitters and plumbers' unions. The application of the boilermak- ers union lor memoersnip in me us- ilMHiuriii . .1.. i.v.. . .... - ! . i. i.. ; . .n makers nave a niciiiucrriup w Out). It was announced by Secretary Morrison of the Federation that or ganisation work In the south will be pushed to the utmost during the com ing year in the hope of increasing the membership of the federation to 2, 000.000 in a short time. Indiana Himiiiw Maisliall. Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 28. Gov ernor Thomas K. Marshall was indors ed for the presidential nomination today by the democratic state commit tee and other leaders of the part.v. The ouestion of a presidential piei- erence primary was not taken up for action. All Umw wishlug sciiMin tickets for the lecture Course tills winter, cull up II. H. TollH-rt, llione, 1235 W. Bt once, mi as to get reservations. To Oix'ii I .a toilette Campaign. Minot, X. D.. Nov. 28. Senator Mileg Poindexter of Washington, will open the La Follette campaign In this part of the state tomorrow night. Sen ators Clupp. Hume, Cummins, Hrls tow and La Follette, are also schedul ed to speak here during the winter. . When yon buy Ccrr ilos coal yon iret four monoy'a worm, iiann coai coiniany sell It. l'hone It. Results From Journal Want Ads Ai.itt yt t;in,i: r.MUT.L ax h(.;(.i: in:n i:itv PHONE 47 Satisfaction Guaranteed. Kaba & Quinn, Successors to E. Kellv. AT PRIVATE SALE Contents of a well furnished, ten-room house. Apply at Mrs. A. Rosenwa.d 71S W. CopMr Avenue. At Home In the Morning's. TFL 885. TEL. III. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Iidy Assistant. tj:i FIFTH AND CENTRA! Office I'lione 560. j nvxGAixnv For Sale or Kent. Log bungalow, opposite High land park; ten rooms, three 50-foot lots, barn with servants', qunrttrs and garage. Sule price IT.uiiO; cash or part cash and easy payments; unfurnished $-10 per month; with stoves, carpets, curtains, beds, chairs, etc.. $55 per month. Xo leases for less than one year. Apply T. S. Woolsey, Jr., Albuquerque, X. M. Y 0. K. Transitr Company, A fsneral transfei bulla onducted. Fton 4tt. - PATTY A KECKKS, Prop. Anticipate your wants. We will be closed all day tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day T" mm mw W m m VI j mm mm. mm few1 The Festal Bird May be u Thanksgiving r Christinas sacrifice; he fits both ,. caslons well. The fesWl partak of him ought to be sure of fitting well; and if , you're In any don about yourself just drop n n', today and let us show how we c. make you ready. Hart Schaffner & Mar clothes; the best In the word; t j greatest values, the truest econoiiJ In prices. Suits $'i0 and up Overcoats $18.50 and up Christmas gifts for all men; llt; things, big things; dress clothes u i accessories. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes SIMON STfRI Central Avneue Cfothic Jr.f Gallup Lump Co J Gallup Stove Co All kinds of Woo Phone 251 First and Brani' R. S. Dunbar. Phone 468 W M Tteniichainn. Phone 886 DUNBAR AND BEAUCHAMF PLVMBEftS. The cold weather Is coming on a: now Is the time to have your wor done right. 80S So. 3rd St- Office Tlione 83. FOR RENTCorner Btore room, 25x142 feet, up-to-dat front, best location In city fol general merchandise. Posses sion Jan. 1st. or Feb. 1st., 1912. Address P. O. Box 574. A7TF a? COMPAN mum s r.fli i isiffi