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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1911.
EIGHT I CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Gift T. : Mote Ran,: ltu-e I unwnwg Vale n.l lutings. Ilurobinjr. SIS V. t I NTH VI. All" - ... ik wc are rr aikeadv imm. MATTHEW'S MILK I FT I S Mlt K(H' -JTTTTTTTT TT TTTT T . " ft lAlXA.lAllXAliAlA.'J CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA j Pleased to I Announce Heinz Mustard Ketchup again in slock, 35c Per Bottle Ward's Store HOMLR IL WARD, Mgr. SIS Marble Am Phone 20 f?fffTTT?fTTTTfTTTTTTTTTT' PHONES 501-502 BRYANT'S OulcW Tarn I Delivery and Mt-NM-ngiTi. WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractors, Figure ami worKmunshlp count. We gutHHiilin more dtr your iiionry than any other contracting firm In Al biinuiriiue. office ni hll'MtlOK l'l,AM(i MILL. I'Ik. lie 373. 111. J.JJ. .J.'." . '.' . l.l"."Jm 111 THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and retail dealers In Fresh and Rill Meats Sausages ft specialty. For tattle iiml honx tho big K ht market price uru paid, Trv a Journal Want Ad. Results 3 Make Somebody Happy with a Smoking Jacket Bath Robe Handkerchief Case Tie Rack Silk Muffler Silk Hat Opera Hat SET-Hose, Tie and Handker chief SET-Tic and Handkerchief Earl and Wilson Shirt Fancy Vest NECKWEAR in an endless va-i ricty, pure silks 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 up to $2.50 each SHOP EARLY WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Ul'illasliluirnCo.' iooo-, hihtj, ieN i 'i-r. Ilt-ailn, Tin ami 'Tr Work. IILMIHMI. il PHONE 420 J LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers . I"nderukor anil I ibalmcra. Prompt mtv lew If j or Night. Telephone 75. Reside (St. Kirung lllk.. Copper aud fcecoml. In the event that you should not receive your morning pa- per, tslephnne th POSTAL TELEGRAPH CO.. giving your ' name and address and tha pa- pr will be delivered by ft spe cial messenger. The telephone la No. 36. 5.00 I toward 13.00 The above reward will lie paid for the srrest and con vlrtlon of anyone caught steal Inir copies of the Morning Journal from the doorway of subscrlhers. JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. I LOCAL ITEMSJF INTEREST Weather IU'port. For the twenty-four houri ending at 9 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mitximuiti temperature, 42; mini mum. 22; range, 20; temperature at 0 o'clock p. lit., 19. Mouth winds; cloudy. ITIRECAST. Washington, l'cc. 10 .Vot Mpi leu, Arisoim mill West 'J i Fair Monday ami Tu'liy. Dr. Conner. ntoitU. Pieru Niw and dilnty purtrulta lllk for rhiimnma at Wolff's. Ih-h. Scliuciitki r K H'ty. C)4lopallui, 5, Aiinljn Mil. I'lionc 717. I.iooruo II Van Slono 'f I'l-liilii 1 1. mi' iluwii (ruin Santa 'v labt nlltlit. W. ('. (liHllirll, .li-lil'lll nf tlii lliniii' B.iinl ninl I.hhii (iniimny, li ft la-t niht fur i:i 1'imn. Mrs M.irv l:nMT of IMKnli. Oliio. iirrlvfil In ttio i lly liiwl nlKht In npi iul j the 1 1? tor with lur mm, J. r. llnw yt r of 2 nil Sunt l Ai nu alrn-t. t'. ll ('llU'l.lllil, of I.O Vl'BIIH. out' nf tlu Hllorin'.vt for tho ilrlimi ratli liarlv on ilnlv brfurr tho mnvaxalim Imaril nl Simla Kc, nirlit Suiiilay In Allniiiiit(iif . John It. Mi '.Manna, flty I'hTk, rami' down yi-Miii'ilay from Snnla Kt, wh.rc lw In the ilrmoi ralli' walrlu'r nl tin n'Hiloni of tin- fliTtlmi ninvHhlnif Imaril. I Tlio Fll'o do lai'liui'iit iviiit calleil mil I In hi i-vonlnit Month- lufiiro 8 o rim k to cvlhiHinsh is liliino In the rear m , Hie Kiinplo Furniture Hlofii on Wist I'eiilr.il. A utmntlly of ruhlilnh In the Mini liiirk of I he IiiiIIiIIiik liei'.ime it nlleil. The hliiKe m biiuii put Willi Kraret'ly any dnilioiie. Shrrlff Jpmw lioim ru viy leave fur Simla I'l I Inn luorulnu nllh Alii.iu Molina anil Kiiilllanii Ulillii:".' In liaiKe The two men ntc under m n l.me In the lerrlturliil penlteiillai'v, Molina, for laiieny of a elieek for Horn one In lo .Mam, ami liilleKo" 1 ruin I w o lo I hi ee j earn, fur stenlliiK u mare Mollmi n hi nleiu e was KUHiienil eil at I lie la-t linn of court, hut he I Walton. I'hotogrnplier, riione 2:i. Studio 3l3!i V. t cniiul Ave, We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. Orrllloa hump iallup I snif HAHN COAL CO. flK.NK II. ANTHRACITE. AM. MZFS. 8TF.AM COAL. Cke, Mill ttoud, Factori Wo.nl. Cord WinkI, Natite Kl.nliliig, flrt Brick, lire Clay, Santa Fe Hrlck, Common Rrb-k, l ime. CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WM. r. OULKAr, Hanag.. Wn n u fnc Hirers of Kverything used In Uulldlng Construction. Our Motto "Big Business, t-mall Broflu." CorniT Tldnl anl M.-qnetts X y y y y y y y y y y y y y x y y y y y x t y y y y y y y Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets, Slippers, Neck wear, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Silk Hose, Hat or Glove Orders, Etc. Come In and Look Around. y y y y y y y V a NOTICE tteUitinlllK tnila- we li.tve In our Kortiik department, an cpeti on K'oiliik and Photos, xpliv from The taslniiin Kml ik l om piMiy, Mr, Hp.rrv Me Avon-, of CIiIvmko, who known the Kulak Hiid uhal K wl'l ihi frfi n A to .. ('nine ninl brlnn your Ko'i.ik tcoiililefi. lie will set you straight and Ihern will he mi eharx". Theri" Ik uothlnn nicer lo jslvo than ii Kmlals for H Chritmae prurtil. Vuu rsn Kc a Kodnk Hint will make a Komi ph titrc for HI no or for KI..-.H. Jij.nu. ;l.oo. il (Ml. (5.1)0. H.un, 9lii.no, 9l2.no, 115.00 20.uo. 9 jr. (Ml or $05.00 i,kt rs Miovv vr. Strong's Book Store "Vour Sloiu-y Hack It You Want It." broke his promise lo the court and bis Heiilchi e was at once made effective, .a UNION TRADING COMPANY APPLIES FOR RECEIVER I'uelilo, Cel.. lie. 10. Ailmllllni? that they are unable to secure money lo meet (ilihcjH Ions, the uffleers of the I'lilon Trading company, having lour loon .nIoivm in Colorado, have ilrcltlcl lo ask lor m red.hei for the com pany. According to I'lesldeiit 8. 7.. Sehenck Ihe liahlllUes of Ihe roinpany are lln,- 010, an,l m miimi iisitets ahout $120,- 0011, , baiikkiuptcy petition was re icntly filed. If ynu need a carpenter, telephone Hesselden, phone S77. The beit saddle horses to tie had In the clly are at V. I.. Trimble's, 113 North Second Sir1"!. Flume S, SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. For Extra Well Rotted Manure For Lawns and Things aa4AA4AAAA4 llfrtUoa 8l'rfi 2 riiono I. for ATA.ATArAATATajTA T!i A A A A IITEIESTEO'll Corporation with Million Dollar Capital Perfects Organiza tion By Eleciiug Officers and Directors, . (j The linal (letaHsU.f tin' organisa tion of the New Mexico Oil and llefin- ing company, a minion cloiiiir corpor allon, has been formed for the pur pose of developing the Heven Lakes oil field, wer completed at a meeting held in Ihe parlors of the Commerci al club Saturday night. The officers and directors of the new company are among the must prominent business and professional men in New Mexico and Artzons. and the company starts out with every prospect of succes. The stockkhohiers already own a numbers of ai res of land In the heart of the new field, and with an outfit now on the ground will at once begin drilling fur i ll. The officers elected last nlfM were O. II. 1'ievrr.. of the Kaglnaw Lum ber company of Williams, Ariz., Pres ident; W. II. liurney of Albuquerque, vice president; K. It. Vaughn of this clly, Kecrehiry, and H. F. .Stephens of Santa Fe, treasurer. The l,oniil of directors Is composed of It. II. Manila of Hanta Fe; I ir. A. U. ItouiiM Hie, of Williams; W. It. Tcniing of mis city, A. I!, laiken alKO of A lluuiu iiiiie; Fail Nurdvke. to gether wiiii the president ami secre tary of the iiiinpany. The ciinii ,'inv Is capitalized at $1, 000,000. ITft FE LIMITED TO RUN TWICE EiEmom Ciack California Service of Ripley System Will Have Busy Winter Handling Tourists to Pacific Coast. la . Kinniiic on Jutiuary 1. the S iniii Fe mil 'put on n unexcelled hmiiect linn senile Horn Chicago lo Cali fornia. Ai cording to (he traffic officials of the company, this winter is to fee Ihe greatest rush of wealthy tonrlnts in southern Calii'ornlii In the history nt the railroad. Fvcrv d.iy Iwo limited, traiim will leaw I lllciuo. m null Tue.s(iy the Simla Fe dc I.u.- will ,Uiait from Chicago, nn every day except Tuesday the Call f nni.t Limited m leave Chicago ir. two Sections. Kim liner the California Limit ed ran In two sections four days a week. This year it will run In two section SV ,i;,ys a week and the re maining day ,)( Luxe Will run. An extra section of the Limited will arrive from Chicago (oflay and two or three others will leave the east lurin the remainder of thte month. The big rush, however, will not start until after Christmas. The additional Limited ervtce will ALBUQUERQUE IN m mm S Y; '4- ?! Men f ? y y y y y y x ? y y y y y Hundreds of Practical Suggestions for the Men Folks. X y y y y y y t V Ik be 111 effect during the months of I January. Fehruary and March. ThOfe three months will see bunv tinien' on Santit Ft's traiim cntuiental route, - i 1XH TIIHFF. IYS tM,Y. Sixt iul Sulo on ihhmt whilo Nnr oisMis ill bloom nt 7i: i InmiK nine llm al o I'luinc Kill. Ladles imrclisslni 1o the am'Mint of $1.50 or ovrr will bo Riven an rmi brolilcrv Imok for tUU, nt Mrs. 11 wm's, SOS V. lit-ad, .. . ur Store is So j Crowded Afternoons thai we are offering special Inducements to morning shoppers. Call and do your shopping and you will be agreeably surprised. Diamond Rings, - - $6.50 to $500.00 Good Watches, - - $4.50 to $100.00 Cut Glass. .China, Silverware, Toilet Shaving Sets, Steins and Pendants, ftluiiH. Bracelets, in the Jewelry line. 1 I. I n I mi mi hi i or 1 1 ari r i I LKwATr.H MAKERS & JEWCLLR3 'UV"uu r 107 W. CENTRAL AVE. f ii Ji.w.j.i.iii'k i rv. rm WOMEN'S I Sflj NECKWEAR The many pretty new styles we have recently added to our assortment should prove of great interest to intending purchasers. There are many dainty styles in Jabots of fine embroidered lawns effectively trimmed; smart styles in accordion plaited combinations and also many others. They range in price from 35c to $1 .00. KISTLER. (MISTER 8 CO, I ASS ft! II CARRIZOZQ tJch"n E. Bell Elected President; Object Is to Promote Closer Business Relations. (Sprrfcil ( M-rmpu wlnu- ! Muraini Joaraall Carrizono. X. M.. Dtc. . A meet ing of the business men of Carrixor.o was called to order in the public reading room Thursday eveninc, and W. F. Hammond, secretary of the National and State Retailers and Business Men's 'association organized the Carriioxo Retailers" association. The meeting was culled to order oy John E. Hell, who was elected tenf porary president. Dr. F. S. Handles was elected temporary secretary. Or ganization was perfected by the fol lowing business men Joining the as sociation: A. J. Holland, Frank J. Safer. Albert Ziegler, S. W. Perry, A. K. Kelly, John A. Haley. John F.. W and A. E. Illalne. Constitution and by-laws were adopted and offi cers elected. A. J. Rollund nas ! elected president. John E.- Bell, vice-prei klent and Albert Ziegler, treasurer. The object of the association is to promote closer business relations with the outside towns and sur rounding country and also with the wholesale and Johblng centers. The association will also assist in pro moting legitimate business enterprises uir Carrizoz and the surrounding country and will also endeavor to get In more outside capital w ith which to develop the undeveloped resources of the county. One of the first matters to be taken up will be the building of an electric light plant to be op erated In connection with the light plant. Steal .March on Friend. Miss Elisabeth DeNisson and W. V. Wagoner wero quietly married on Wednesday last at Santa Fe. The bride Is one of Lincoln county's charming young society girls and has been teaching school the present year at Nogul. The groom Is assist ant postmaster at Carrizozo, having come to this county several years ago from Tennessee and formerly lived at Xogal. The happy coupie after an extended wedding tour will make their home at Carrizozo. W ALVKM AT NIGHT. That strikes tc-ror to tho entire house hold is the bind, hoarse, and metallic cough of rroup. No mistaking It. nd fortunate then the lucky parents who keep Folev's Honey anil Tar Com pound on hand. II. W. fasselman, Canton, N. V.. saya: "K Is worth Its wolht in gold. Our little children nre troubled wilh croup and hoarse ness, and all we cive them is Foley s Jlonev and Tar compound. I always have a bottle of it in the house.'' J. II. O'Klolly. Sets, Jewel Cases, Lavalier. Everything RELIABLE A7CHMAKERS 5 JEWELERS 107 W. CENTRAL AVF.i . 4 r-M ; ,mmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmm CopyiifM Hut feciuuiuct tit M For Christmas Gifts that have use as well as beauty: for things men want, and wear, and keep a long time t his Is the place to come. Hart-Schaffner & Marx clothes make a fine Christmas gift; practical, serviceable, and durable, SI ITS $20 ana up OVERCOATS $1S.50 nnil up But you'll find plenty of things here that cost less than a suit or overcoat; they're thins that men need: just drop In here and look over the things we have for iUft purposes. We'll help you pick out tho right thing. Simon Stern The Central Ave. Clothier W. M. Beauchamp, Phona 186 . R. 8. Dunbar, Phone 468 DUNBAR AND BEAUCHAMP riXMBEHS. The cold weather Is coming on and now is the time to have your work done right. 208 So. .trd St.. Office Phone 83. A 7TCi '.Va It B 111 FUEL Wm COMPANY Gallup Lump Coal Gallup Stove Coal All kinds of Wood Phone 251 First and Sranlte MRS. CLAY. 110 S. Fourth St., Opp. rostorfice. MAXICl'ltlNU. Combings made up. Marlncllo Toilet Articles sold here. 0. K. Transfer Company, A general transfei builneaa ionducted. Ptone 411. PATTY A 8ECRES, Frope. TEL S8i. TEU lit. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers 11 7 Assistant. COB. MFTH AND CENTRAL, Office Prion 5H0. ALJil-Qri-UQl'i; PARCEL AND n.VGtiAGE Dl.MVmtY . PHONE 47 Satisfaction tiuaranteed. Kaba, Si Qulnii, Successors to K. Kcl'v FOR RENT Corner atoro room, 25x142 feet, up-to-date front, best location in city fof general merchandise. Fosses- tttitn Tun 1 1....U 1 IQ19 Address P. O. Box E74. b rtsults From Journal Want A I