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THE ALBUQUERQUE MOVING JOURNAL, TUESOAY, DECEMBER 12. 1911.
EIGHT CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Mins Ilaiiso, llnus Eurol-dtlng "od. Toili-ry, Tm-K Iron 11H Yalie mi l ntiliit. Humbiug, Heating. Tin mid opper Work. 31ft v. (i:IKl. Al JiK vol not ai.ki:aiy IXT ts sekve vou CHARLES ILFELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Months Ago we began placing our or ders with various factor ies for specialties in CANDY to arrive for Hol iday trade. We now have thousands of pounds of pure candies that are be ing placed on sale at prices that will give you t the satisfied feeling. Ward's Store J IIOMEIl II. WARD. Mr. SIS MnrliWi Ave Plume 206 T PHONES 501-502 BRYANT'S f.'ltti'k I'mi-o'I Ihllvory iiii'l Mi'MM'tim-lw WALLACE HESSELDEN Oenciiil t'oiiti'iioiorx. Figures iiml workiniinidilp count. W guarantee more fur your money limn uny other coiitiiirllnif 111 ill III Al- IftHtHTMK". I'tllcc Hi MTIJtlolt I'MMMl MIIJj. riion( tivA. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale nml reliill dealers In Vfi-rh and Halt Meats -hrtusafios a P" lulty. For rattle nml hows Urn I'lu-(.-est market prices are puttl. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results Make Somebody Happy with a Smoking Jacket Bath Robe Handkerchief Case Tie Rack Silk Muffler Silk Hat Opera Hat SET-Hosc, Tie and Handker chief SET--Tie and Handkcrdvcf Earl and Wilson Shirt Fancy Vest NECKWEAR in an endless va riety, pure silks 50c, 75c, $1X0, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 uplo $2.50 each THOP EARLY WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED A'tcwt.V 5 tv Cofd Ti l l PHONE 315 imnu PHONE 420 LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers . I'ndcrtakcr ami K-iuhalnit-ra. Iruit service Dnjr or Mijhl. Telephone 75. KHlilt'iM' etiA. Ktroug lllk., t upper and hovonil. In the event that you should not receive your morning pa per, telephone tha POSTAL TELEGHAI'H CO., giving your name and address and the pa per will b delivered by a spe rial messenger. The telephone, Is No. 3t. $5.00 i toward $5.00 The above reward will te paid (or the arrest and con viction of anyone cuusht steal 1 ri ar copies of tho MorntnK Jiiurniil from the doorwayi of subscribers. Jul'K.N Al, ruIILISUINO CO. LOCAL ITEMSOF INTEREST Weather ltcHrt. for the twenty-four hour endlni; at (I o'clock yesterday afternoon. Maximum temperature, 31; mini, mum, l; range. 12; leinpcriitnro nt fi o'clock p. in., i! H : niirtheiiNt wlmlii; clear. lti:EsT. VV'iisIiIiimIoii. -Tuesday full', iic. II. New Moxlrn sltKliliy wanner; Wed- ncsdiiy flr. Arlxouii Fair Tuosdny ii rcl Wed- iicsdiiy. West Texas' Tuesday fi 1 1 f. preceded 1 1 ' snow III (he I'.inhiindlo; Wo'lneS. iiny fiilr. Ir. Connor, osteopath. Stem Itlk New and dnlniy portrait for fTirlsrmns at Wolfe'a, lrn. fceliwenikcr Uny. OHtoorMilIui, 5, Annlli) Mile Phono 717. Mrs. H. I,. "Wood In (it HI. Joseph's Nil ill ( t'1 n i n. It. It. I.inkln of I ,n m Venus wiin In Hie city ynti iiliiy on ImimIiickh. MIhk I'.IkIc 1 i .i 1 1 n. r li lt ImnI iiIkIiI for lienver, whole nhi will vl((lt. II. K. HoldliHoli of Hie I a 1 1 1 1(1 r rccln llintloil service, left ycHlenllly lillilll 1 ti K for mil. H'-Mutar inictinit of the order of OwIh toiilclit lii oilil fi'lhiUH old hall III K o ( lock p. HI. II. II. Meiilim, b. i ii lai v nf the New Mexico llnreiiii of liiimli;riiloll, l In SiiiiIii l'' mi IhihIiicsm. J. MiiKdie I'.rimn of lleniiniout, Texan, In li nil I ii 111 Hie elly litter nc . dill Weeks' iili.-ieiiee III Ti'MiH on hiinl. Ill'H" Kdwln l', I liinilllon of (he fn-et Hcivlce, el( 1 ii it t evclilliK lor SI. I.oti l Philadelphia, WmhIiIiikIoii mid New York. Ilev. Ill VJ. M. I 'lie pinaii of Tin niii. All., Id vIkIIIiik IiIh daimliter, Mis. .loscpli Krletlliei'jt of .Ninth SimIi .-tlcel. Horn to Mr, and Mrs. It. K llnl- I IlillSOII III S ,) I INI1 1 ill H III H 1 1 11 1 . llr, eiulier 11. I ;i I I , at 4,i p. n., n d.iucliti i'. Walton, Photographer. Phone Studio 313 'i W, t culnil Ave. We sell everything for a 1 Ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. (Vrrlll.Hi Uni, NAHM CViW CCi Cerlll.-J 8l (.kllup Lamp lltllll LVrtL IU. tlt.lliy tm I'll! MC B. ANIimACITK, Al.I, M'KSi felKAM fOAl tXike, Mill WmhI, I actor, WtKnl, l ord Wo.nl, Native Kindling, Fire ( Irlck, lire ( lay, Sauia le CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WM. P. OHI It W, Hsonger. Manufartureia of Kverythlng used In llutldlng Construction, Our Mottu -Big Ituslnesa. Small Frollu." (ornrr Hdril au1 Marqtirtte. , riioue S. Christaas V If y v V r v v r ? v ? 14 ID), IT V V V Gft Visit our Toilet Goods De- partment for fumery put up packages. Only the best V y y y t t y y y y y y y y f y y y y y y known makes are handled here, such as Richard Hudnut's, Van Tine s Oriental, etc. The Van Tine Perfumery is a new importation with us, representing all the sweet, delicate and aromatic odors of the Orient. TOII.I T (iM)l)S SliC'llON, MAIN Fl.OOK. Or. and Mrs, Volney ,S. t'liciuiy of Willard are In the city fur u lew days. .lllilKC-elecl K. I.. Medler of. l.ns 'rules arrived In the city hint nlnhf tn intend the Installation ceremonies of the HhrllierH, Itegular meeting of Triple I.lnk ItebrkHh lodge, No. 10, this evening Ml 7::i(. Klmtlon of olTicera. lly order of the noldo grand. John It. McKle. Jr., son of Judne Mcl'le of Hanbi Kc, left fur IiIh home yesterday, lifter spending a few days In the city visiting friends. Sheriff Jchiim Honiero. and Uimlv '. A. Murphy returned last n Ik lit Iroin Santa Fi where they took two prisoners to the penitentiary. Tho regular mooting of the Wood men circle will he held this afternoon at Odd Fellows' hall nt Z sharp. Klectlon of officers Will occur. Kxcelslor lodge No. I, llcuree of Honor, will meet In regular session tills afternoon at 2 o'clock In Mvstlc Circle hall, ill i-t South Second St. The ('oi!Kieiitlonn1 Missionary o clelv will meet at the liniiic of Mrs. Mi-Caskey HiIk iiltcrnoon at n o'clock. All members aru requesteil to at tend. U. I'. Voakiiin, vice-president of the cjiiHtiah. Alius and I'acltlo rall rond, left list evening for the west after spending the day In Albuquer que on business. John .Marshall and family, who have for some months past tieen llv I It u In A IliUqiici que. h it last night In return to Michigan. Their home while here was tit fill". South Kdlth Street. Kcv. J. ,f. Shlmcr, pastor of the Milhodlst Kpi.m iqia I church at San ta I'C in rivcil In the city lost night mi a trip which will extend over New Mexico and West Texas. He expects lo he on the road nlmul four weeks, during which time he will visit nil i lie churches from l.as Veuas to Ml I'aso. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. DRAYMEN OF RENOWN HAUL ANYTHING home from the cement for foot- H.I..4..1.. 4 m Itrlck, (Diuuiou Ilrl. k, l ime. 1 1 t y y y v y y y y y y y y y y y y y Y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y high - class Per in Christmas Y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y x A. 1.1, MrHJaffcy pc.turucii from Host well on hint night's Cut-off train. l!cn Williams, chief sikVImT officer of tho Hantu Fiv returned last night from a bushiefs ttl:i to clevis. Unlph llnllnrun of I'.orklcy, f'al., who formerly mud his home In this city, Is visiting his duurhtcr. Mrs. o. N. Marron. The safety derailing device at the crossing of the street car and railway tracks on Tljeras uvetiuc, w.it: eom plcted yesterdny. Mrs. M. A. Stoliehlll of I'lilcugo, who had been visiting her sisters, Mesditmes Alfred and Ivan Oriins feld, hit last night In return to her home., Puni'd Scruggs, who used to ni.iki' Albuquerque Ills headquarters, but who liar horn In Soiitii American for the Inst kIx years, is In the city for 11 brief visit. All the trains coining from the east jesterdny wore plastered with snow and ice. Travelers from Santa Kc reported seven inches of snow In that section v cstct'day. Ilrother Cyprian, who has been In charge of the St. Nicholas school and the la Salle ranch nt liernnllllo, has been trnusfered by the Christian brothers to lake charge of St. John's Indian school at the liray Horse agency in uMahnniu. If you need a carpenter, telephone Ilcssclden, plume 37 7. T;idlo purchasing to the amount of tl..K or over will bo given n oni hrolderv hook for 1912, at -Mrs. Wil son's, 20H W, Ijrnd. FLOURNOY--WELVART A wedding which will be of great Interest by reason of the prominence of the contracting- parties was that hint evening of Mr. M. W. Klournoy. vice iircsiiletit of Hie First National bunk, and Mrs. Jeannelte Wolvart. the ceremony being performed at the Klournoy homo at the corner of Vast Central avenue and South Arno street by the liev. s. K. Allison, pastor ol the Highland Methodist church south The wedding, which oc. urred at 5 oVlock, was a private affair, the wit nesses IicIiik only Mr. Mdward Davis, brother of the bride, and Mr. J. C. Klournoy, brother of tho (room. Mi ami Mrs. Kloiirnuy will leave the first of the year for an extended trip shroud and meanwhile will receive the eongraliiluitoiis of ninny friends In this nu. The Lest saddle horses to he had In the elly hip at W. I,. Trimble's, 113 North Second sire.. Phone 3. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. '.on Noliuvter. New was received here jesterdav of the death in I.oS Angeles Sunday nlirhl, licceiuher 10, of lien Schuster, the cause heiiiir cancer of the stom ni h. Mr. Schuster was well known in the southwest, hiivhiif formerly liv ed In St. John's, Aril, lie was broth, cr of A. Schuster and Max Schuster, formerly, of this city, now of l.os An- geles. l"ilii' nf llti-r O.Hs l'i. St, l.ouls. Iiee, 11. The price of beer was raise j H barrel by a large nrewing eonmiiny toiLiy. Another concern had advanced the price sixty cents n barrel lieeember I. The pall trade Is affected most by the advauv. M"8JP flLLU President of Southwestern Oil and Development Company Confident of Rich Strike in Near Future. H. C Ftalcomb, prtcident of tho l Southweetern CHI and Revelopmelit ctiinpany of tills city, which Is operat ing In the Algodoiies district, will leave fur the scene of the cou.niny's operations today, ufter lieinK i.ctaiiud here ten days hy a severe colJ. When neen hy u Mornins Journil i lepresentative yesterday Mr. I;al- (oinh expresne.l himself a grcatlv pleased with the Work of the com pany thus far. "Some time aRii,'" he xuid, "I told you of the artesian water Ki.ike at the well. We have cased this off and are Luring still deeper Into the ri.. k In the hope of striking oil in paying quantities. Kvery prospect i,f HtO work looks well, and 1 see nu reason why a rich strike should not Lc riad in that ret-llon. "In addition to this we are openinu; up two new veins of coal. We me shipping coal already, being able to din out a great .leal more than wo want for uiir own use. "The Aluodoiies oil field Is In A olrect line with the fields of Wyom ing and Colorado, and the pliysica' formation of the land Is almVist ix uctly like that of those two fields." Another company has been organis ed In Albuquerque during the l ist ten days to operate In the Algodones reg ion. It Is known as the Hauer Oil company. It has shipped a standard rig to the field and Is now ready to hegln drilling a Short distance from tho well of the Southwestern -company. This makes three outfiis In the field, the Southwestern, the n.r.ur, und the Texas Oil company. All parties Interested in that sec tion are jubilant over tho prospn-ta an, predict that Algodonea wi'l b- a valuable oil field in the near litturo. fspiii:i.i-. risr,TS. Made to measure and fitted In your own house. I'Xsik it. MiM.rcn. Ilmne N Htli St. fVv'A'..;.V. X -Sv timate knowledge of diamonds enables us to buy cheaper and to sell cheaper than any other firm in the city. We have real diamond rings at $6.50 and up to $500.00. At the present time we are showing a very attractive dia mond ring suitable for any young lady at a special price of $20.00. Call and see them. We invite comparison. See us also for best Watches, Silverware, Cut Glass, etc. Mail orders solicited. EVER3TT An Attractive Hand 81 practical and popular materials, velvet, satin, cordu roy, leather and German silver mesh. They range in price from $1.25 to $15.00. We also have a few others we are closing out at half regular price. KISTLER, COLLISTER 8 CO, siflD PAINTE C GLASS Samples 25 to 33 Discount lleic is a saving of nearly one-half. The discount is given on the regular Mastern price. We bought them F. O. II. Albuquerque. and freight is a big item on such goods. Many elegant pieces left. Strong's Book Store "Your Money Back If You Want It" Tickets On Sale Wednesday at Matson's For Excellent Con cert to Be Given at Elks The ater, Tickets will Ko on sale lit Matson's at S o'clock tomorrow morning for the conceit to lie xiven Friday night at the Elks' theater by the Whitney brothers' quartette. This is heralded as on(. of the finest and most sue Ccssrul musical organizations of its kind In the country and tho demand for seats is expected to bo large. A Diamond Ring IS Always a welcome Xmas present. You will find a large and splendid assortment at our store. As to prices, we know that our very large busi ness, our large ex perience and our in The Diamond Palace Central Ave, Albuquerque. Collection of Bags WHITNEYBRDTHEHS FR1DAYNIGHT We have given considerable thought to this collection and have spent much time in getting it together for Christmas busi ness. Each one has style and character and will make a most acceptable gift. These Bags arc the new shapes, are made up in al! the f I , For Christmas Gifts that have use as well as beauty; for things men want, and wear, and keep a long time tjhia is the place to come. Hart-Schaffner & Marx clothes make a fine Christmas gift; practical, serviceable, and durable. SHTS $20 and up OVKISCOATS $18.50 and up Hut you'll find plenty of things here that cost loss than a suit or overcoat; they're things that men need; just drop In hero und look over the tilings we have for gift purposes. We'll hell) yuu pick out the right thing. Simon Stern The Central Ave. Clothier W. M. Beauchamp. I'hone 685 R. S. Dunbar, Phone 468 DUNBAR AND BEAUCHAMP I'LUMHFJiS. The cold weather la coming on and now Is the time to have your work done right. 208 So. Srd St.. Office I'liono 83. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results l3 & I I 1 f 1JL. Mm V PUEL COMPANY Gallup Lump Coal Gallup Stove Coal JiAll kinds of Wood I Phone 251 First and Granite MRS. CLAY. 118 S. Fourth St., Opp. 1'ostoffKc MAMCl K1U. Combings made up. Manlnullo Toilet Articles wild liure. 0. K. Transier Company, A general transfer bnilneM conducted. Ptone 411. PATTY A SECRK8, Prop. TEL 8S. TICLu 12. French fit Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lady AsHlstant. CJOK, k-'tKl'II AND CENTRA! Office Plionn 60. AI.1U QI i:kqi E PAKC'EL ANU n.(;(;.(iE peliveky PHONE 47 Satisfaction Guaranteed. Kuha & Qulnn, Successors to K. Kelly. FOR RENT Corner tore rooni, SuxH2 feet, up-to-date front, best location In city for general merchandise. Posei slon Jan. 1st. or Feb. 1st., 1912. Addreea P. O. Uox 674. ii r: 4 f'?,r"-' Ik 1'