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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY.DECEMBER 23. 1911.
EIGHT t CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. Stove. Kanfc, llou. riirtiKhlui; Vlic ainl lifting. Plumbing, S1S V. 11 TKI. AVI, REMEMBER HARLB Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Today j we are unloading a car of t ARNOLD'S BEST FLOUR Car also contained FRESH GRAHAM FLOUR RYE FLOUR WHITE AND YELLOW CORN-MEAL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Ward's Store IKtMUt II. WAItll, Mpr. m Muri.u. Av. piu.n an HA, HA, HA, IjI 'mi come. brUinm Purccls, Mr"fiia'r nml Knggi,ge, Itii-li 'i in! tCtts.lt 'i! Kn-di Vint BRYANT'S QUICK DELIVERY Will li till Phones 501-502 WALLACE HESSELDEN (initial Cond actors. Figure nml workmanship ronnt. Rtiaraiitco more tor your iiinin-v than any other i nntrui ting fit in In Al- Inmtll'l'mil, llfflee lit M 1 1 uiiii: li.wiMi mm u rii, ,n,. :i73. THE WM. FARR COMPANY V hol.'ha lr ii tnl I'iMh II 1it ler In l'r( Alt Hiil Stilt MtMtm - SitiiNfiH1' n ialty. Kor ullln aul hotcs the Mk i I m h i k ! prh i n n i 1 MRS. CLAY. Il K. runiili SI, i. I'dNliirfli v M AMI I lilMJ. i iiiI'iiimm iii.nlr u 1 1. Miirliii'lln Tilb-I tllrlr w,ld lu riv H'jW Are You Fixed For Evening Clothes ? (.,!!) you fiii'o a ball ukjiii f'i n diitinT n;nlv aiii; fivl ii. yiiur dit'ac. suit is . . ... i . .i.i 'tu a:., any man s mere i0 epeak to yciii v. iic about it. We can fit vou in a Stein-Bloch Full Dress Suit that decs fit. The -rice is fair, and P.' ,T -yT"'. "" I. , ji.',i .it . I Mr. i jtafciijiYmMiiM hl Dress Suits $50 Tuxedo Coal and Vest $35 ')fj.tl)nsli(uini(&x ? i Sec M:J5t it h Ood 4! Coods, Cutlery. Tool, Iron 111, Healing. Tin ami CniMT W ork. Tl i.i tiiom: sis f that your ba bies need the purest milk obtainable. It's MATTHEW'S, Phone 420 ILFELD CO LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers . 1 ndcrUikcru and Kuihalmor. Prompt errWce liny or Night Tiirih'ni 7.1. Iliwlileiiop 6H6. Klron lllk., topper auil hoiond. In the event that yuu should nut rot'lvn jour morning pa per, telephone the POSTAL THI.FUItAl'II CO., Hiving your mime and hiI.Iichh and Ilia pa per will hp delivered by a i pe dal messenger. The telephone la No. 3. oo Uewuril tVnfl I'lin above reward will be I tit 1 1 fur tin. arrcal anil rnn vii tnui of iinymiM eiiughl stoul I n k coden of I hn MurnliiH JimriiHl from the doorways of mihHcrthcra. JlU.ltNAl, I'UHI.ISllINU CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST Wcntlirr ICi-port. For thti twitny-fiiiir hmua I'IhIHik at tl o'tiork yiBtiTilay iifiernooti Miixlmiim tiiiipiriitiiii", 80; nilnl innm. ! Im Iiuv ziih; ri n. , 3!; li in pi'i ii t m i' nl Ti o'i Im k p. in., I'O. KiiNt IihIh, clriir. I ' lit I ( AST. WualiliiKloii, I ii'i'. '!. Ni'.w do Fuir 'I'll iiiHilii y ; l'ihla In Mm ll'HM- ami ItiK i IhiiiIIiiit.h. probably numv vv.i t in, I In Dul l h pot t Intl. A i lHiiii - Kiilr 'J'liin-H'l.iy, mmw li Ik tl I or !" I I n III ti'H til pulilnn, I 'miHlllK I lollllltll'Mlt III SHIM 1 ) . III lll- lr. Cinorr. oMcoiialli. Hirn lllk Drs. Si liHi nikrr Ji liny, ( )s('nuillm, 5. Annljii (.lit-. I'liuno 717. X. V. I". 1,1 nl M.iKil.ili'ini, In In tin' i ll V I'll llllHilM'SM. ii i i; i:. IM, lll l IV l', III 'I'rt III llll' I I III I.MS l.lhl Illnbl , . II llm li:i..., n 'i nl WitlNlou , Ai i., Ill the ills. miltniil banli Muiit y i wtrt i: I II, I Ii , i 'i' i:m I. it ..mi to Mr. .Son I Ii Mi. Ii.' II, i fli, . l, ii i; : I. I" Mill, nl Vi'Slli IV an, I ii, ,,i 1 1' il In IiiikIih 'm trip. hi u Hbort . A. ilauiihli r Tipli M is: m! I'anl.i Anna Tipl III lb., i lly his la Ii i I 'it v , N. I'll IIIHpl Sbi iiil,, n. ti l l 1 1 ' r 1 a 1 , was III tile ell) yes oil. i Fe on linsint'-. II I da iioi , will Im a 'IM .ding s at ibe nb. i :.':. "f llu ml mill v i iius" F m. In. c. id'. in -'tenia ilolo '. da), I lei K. phvsbian lol ll this dlstiii I . l u.' iness I rip I, llle led l ,1,1,. f "I- on I,. sale tin at Mats, t "Butterflies" at Odd Fellows Hall i;inn i i:im;, me. jk. Al l. si M s, li up. P4-4'4-4-f'4"r-l'-l"f-l-l--f4"r-r We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. . miiiHii,.,,,, hahw thai rn inu. mo l..llll. Ulll IIMIIIX V-UrtL IU. bllBB KWT i ih.m: i A.MIlli.U'UK. Al,l, M.I m, hTK.AM 1XAI.. ok. Mil) U'ihhI, lector) VhI, Cord Wood. alivt K balling. HiM Hrb k. rtr t lay, Kama l- e llrlck. Common Hriek. lime CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY VM. V. 1)111. HM', aiming. t. MiiiuifMiiureiH of Fvcrih.lng umJ In HutldiuK Conat ruction. our iloti,. hit Hiibin rii, all profits." CoriiiT Third and Mariimito. You Need a Sec-tion-elte Svclll Is Im' hi Ii wr,. Join in lli i"tini;iluii Tir -i b lilllir iiihii lii nii nt. Sluil ill Ho rn iv i'iir hy llm I ii a 1 1 ii Jt H n I p. Your it I d - I lr in I u a I r m linn nml iii'ivi-. lluii' I'lrrj- ibni nt ur IniKir lips, it uill pay. I rt lis slioiv n. liiotio I III I. Strong's Book Store "Your money I Im k ir You Wiint It." Allan S. .S,lvi y of the I' red Harvey cinio room at the A h a raibi. retiirneil Lint 1 1 1 1; 1 1 1 from Topi k i where be .- pen! t 'lit ihimaM. haild Siitmnii'q "I I iinn:l,is, Ati.., In xiHltim; with I'. II. and Mrs. Si hweiit ker. Mr. SiimmeiN Im ii hiollnr of Mrx. Mi hwentlnr. John I'Imui. a liadiiiite of Carlinle Indian H' bi'iil. nmv lieiitetiiint Kovern o of the Cinilltl pueblo, WHS bete vi'Mliiilay on laislnef'H. j. o. the I'ii family M'ciiil i 111 oh II, Die ,i I'M I d I la rvi y s stem, M'SbillaV for short vacation. r aiidlto led with 'Im ago Jack It. Citsai k and Louis Arhms, Willi the .Special ItiSolineii edilloll ol the Morning Journal, bit yesterday for Santa Ft ou business. Mnrcim P. Kelly of the ParUie Mu tual Idle Insurance company, has re turned from a trip through Texas In lb" Interest of the company. T. Ii. l.oiigworth, engine' r of the forest servii e, ban ri lurried after n Hip of survey and estimate In the Sili;ieaves and Tallin national I'olesls. The Itnyal Neighbors, Swastika Inilce. will n Iv i' a dance tonight In I 1 1, ii, F. hall. The I 'a ana ugh - I'ulir niojer orihesli'a will furnish tin music. Thomas It, 1 1 iiodwiii, . men lor Collellili Ir. on f the traveling sa uiik. I la Ik i Hruns- .in pa u v. I'M Paso i hi d A 1 1 1 m nc r night. plC I ''Ml Tin l a. lies Aid Koclety of the First Melhoilisi I : , inc. 'i !. I church will hold a regular business meeting Ibis alter iiiimii at .' oiioi k at the home of .Mrs. Weed. L'Ki West Silver ,'lMilUe. C. II. SHolim, Htipetilileiideiit of liiinspMiialli'U of the Santa Fe, WHS In re ) c'tiiilii) on a tour of Inspec tion Alter si bug the day In Allui- ,ini'iui', Mr. Stiohiti bit tor Helen. Kalph Hum of F.I Paso. soli ol Col, no I Charles F. II nut of that i lly, and ii tinnier sberilf nt Hcrnalillo i mini), spent Christmas in Allni'iucr ma and loll yesterday niornlng for his borne, ii. F, Swell, assistant In President Mndgo of the Kook Island, passed through Hi" eit est. r. lav in bis pri- ate i :ir n route tor Chicago. Mr. Mini was returning lioni his annual Ci'rKt mas visit to Socorro, his old liome, A r.gula etini! of the Koyal i ighbors uill be bold tins evening In I. (i. (I. F. hall al Til" sharp. All in. mini ale reiin sted to be present ,,n lime on aecotinl of the dance which Will tolh'W. Jessie Clifford, IT- r. . F. Ki S rial hler. Jr. 1 1 siiiirci 1 1 mi 1. ii , of tin s edlliol I tinted staff of of Hie , . stent. i) I IK i:i .ll Pi, .so and I 'i initio w here SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. DRAYMEN OF RENOWN HAUL ANYTHING riione I. I .......1 T a - L.in . , . , . - II., I A , - , . 1 I -' "j . r - r' Mi I r ti iat - iewjaf f M I Jaffna at i ' l u w- "" a "nd Vhrls! n.;;. iii 'rnlrn f..r l' il! ' ii ml ; t'aptain H. M. Spiv,' -ran Traiin'r ti'ket S:mt;i Ff, r turned ' 1" k,!, Wh. l he Hht I ii ,i v Mh l;is fiiti.il) . S!.,t' thilt the I. Ill i that tar i ast. p'.pnlar ; lit "I the; I .lay fr.'Tii To- : spend Christ- i '. . i ! . in pi y -(,. I iliil not , ,i .1 Unit tin ; ,1 - . Xi ..e'linl) ! -. ,s,,ri "t the . alb M.'l nr. n T"" ka . llbi'ill the -I'll, u. I ). w. iv, ina tin 'Mien ft K slenl.n- ; hall the li-iin, i lief ifttrii" arinu.i nieinl,, net. , !kp, I' ,' Mieetllli; O'I i ; i I'll ll .,, in th A. O. I hi ke ilnitiei s only. The boSt'SS'. ::i"'e, .Min'm, ! and I'nttuim. s expel I' nc- f. htr'.e'l t" foil. .Willi; l.l'liei Mi niilliie s, hi 11. it. Isherwiod. II ' A most enjoyable tini' rd by nil. IT. P. Ilolilnsnii, pmii I inteiident ol the Indian ieeliimai "ii n.-rvlrp. Ii-U last t-yeninn in i iuiipii i.n-il by Ida wife and d.uiKbter. and Mis. Whlsnunt, Mrs. KiitiiiiKonH intninr, lor I'boenix, Ariz. Tbev will spend the winter in the Arizona eapital. biiiK at the liiKlimde (iiib. Mr. Kolnnson will re turn to A ll'iiiiieriUe ilnrmK Ibe yvin ter in older to look alter the busi ness of bis I'ffie hi (''. lr. and Mrs. William 1'. Wood arc house kuisIh lor the Christmas sea son tit the liotm i,l Mrs, Wood's mother and father, .Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Maitei'. Mrs. Janus F. Max will reeelve informally, assisted by Mis. W. 1'. Wood and M"s Untie Ma Kir, ( 'biistmiiH nfterii'ion and evening as ii farewell to Mrs. K ail WhIIuii' lirei'tii', who leaves Tuesilny lor San ta Fe X. M., iUiitc she will Join Mr. K. W. lireen, tin. ri'iiitly appointei; ei retary of the state demoi ratio eommittee. Mrs. (Ire.iie, ni'iompan ied by her small Hon. I'ra ni ls, and her sister, Miss Fottle M iK'. e will no first to West Point, where they will be the bou.'ie Kiiests of I.leiiieimnt and Mrs. H. K. C.reene, for the CtiiistmaH fes tMlies, after which Mrs. C.reene and her son will k" I"" Hati ly to New Mi-xlc,, in i. rder to In' l hero In lime lor the the ball ill honor of the -a iik n in t ion of Cioveiiior M.iclnmild Washington Post. . DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Miss Minnie Poller. Miss Minnie Porter, one of the prominent yoittm ebnnb workers ol the city, died yesterday afternoon in a local sanitarium of a complication of disiases. The young woman was well known In Albiniiicniue where she bad lived for Haven years. She is survived by a lMt her lif Wyoming and an uncle in Michigan, who were wired lull dclailH ol her death last night. No funeral arrang-cments will be made pcndiui; advices front th brother. Mi-s lilltlt Hollblnv. Mb- Kdith llolllday died a I a local after some t ihio, sanitarium yesterday ill tcrnoon, a residence In Alliiniuerue of I months. Her relatives reside in nml were notilied. Th" body was pre pared for shipment to Hie old home this afternoon. 1 'BUTTERFLIES' POT Patients at Piesbyterian Insti tution Enjoy First Rendition of Clever Amateur Comedy. The patients at the Pi esbyl i t in n satutiirium, were entertained yester day afternoon, bv the performance of "Hutterflli the comedy to be giv en tomorrow evening' in Odd Fellows' ball for Hie benefit of the Anthony Cottage Sanitarium, Those who were privileged to witness the entertain ment, agree that It Is a most amusing playlet containing many brilliant lines, eleietly rendered and well cast. The players, who are all well known amateurs, have been diligently re hearsing lor some time past, and the performance as shown tomorrow eve ning, will be in every respect a finish ed one. The object to which the proceeds are to be applied, Is most Worthv of support, and it is expected that the demand lor seals will bu large. The plans lor the sanitarium, which It Is proposed to erect with the pro i ecds of the series ol entot taininenls, of whlib this is the second, may he soon in Matson s w indow. ll Is iciv probable that the play will shortly be seen in Helen, Clo Is and A inn i Stiff Sentences Meted Out to Hold-Up Men By Canadian Court; Tiied to Kill Their Vic tim Was Charged, ll.r Morning J.uirnul Sisiiit I eilKfil Wire Winnipeg, lee. 27. Twenty-four j lashes on the bare bnek and twelve j yearn cae), In the penitentiary com- ' prised th,. sentences given today to I.ulgl I . iitmaeiito. Joseph Frontlno! and Nick Hotteiro, convicted of rob- . bcry with intent to kill. The victim of the aita, k w hich was made Decem ber 11, whs Com go Karsus. i;inai ' Kin. Usui and N.irmati Ciirlleld also j an Id to b,. members of tb hold-up ; i.n.y ..... .. ..I. .... ......... ...i .,.,..1. Ii, I ' l-m-n nil'! t,..,io , i. ,,i I 111 Y AM MM X. ' and so, on. b b ind cloihoa ahoi-H ami furniture; also rent drt'ss auiu. lilone tiO.'. 40i S. First at. A 'lit t' fi ..-. this Will.it d on OH AT SANITARIUM TWO "DOZEN LASHES 1 gm Ai PRISON mm I fi UK FOB DIVORCE mm Juctee Abbott Incl Application of led to Mis. Grant Susie Owens; News Ccurt, of the District The divoriv case oY Susie Owens aKuinst lien lwns was heard 1 Jvulne Abbott yesterday, although u decree was not handed down. The defendant in the case defaulted and the it-rtilicate of such default was .si(jiie(i by Clerk Madtbson and intro duced into court. The court indicated be would t, ra nt the application. The claims for the separation were jiuiile upon the mound of desertion and abandonment, the suit beiiiK filed on .November In. The couple were married in tiutlirie, Pkia,, on New Years day. IsOD. I Im hailed lYom r.anKiiiptcv. A discharKe in bankruptcy was or dered in behalf of Ueorne S. I.eaining. Mr. I.eamiiiK wa.s ad.iiiilKed a bank rupt on March "4, 1H0H, and from that time on Complied with all the lawn rclatihK to bankrupts. It was shown, however, in court that he ne glected to obtain a discharge from the court at the time the same was due, so Judge Abbott ordered the in -.ten 'Tien I dated back to March fi. (la Im lor i mi in i -i' hi Honied. An order was issued by the district court yesterday In Hie case of Marion Maine against Walter Cook, a suit to obtain commissions alleged to be duo on the sale nl' some ruining properti in Sin uii ii county. The i our' found In favor of the deli mlanl and ordered the cost taxed anainst him. WRECK ABLE TO TRAVEL Engineer Napsiiiger, Frightful ly Injiued in Head-On Colli sion, On High Road to Re covery. Fngitnef C. II. Napsiiiger, who was friRlitfuily binned and otherwise In jured in lb" bead-oii collision be tween two Santa ! e trains Hear Scholle, N. M from his i 1 1 .i i SO 1 .If to be recoveveii aide to lr,,.. All.- J." eph-tl ll. 1 i'n illlllleip ll Mt. Xan.-ilii,. mas d i) 1 1 . i wilh his pal he will spoil, in on'- r I,, ' lie, Mi l i i) s'X weeks in SI. v. here he was lak i 1 ii iw i i : x the w roc k. I ' .. as discharged Christ ie!! sti'tday mor.'.lng its for Phoenix, where the next several wei'Un 'C'.plctiiy regain bis health. I h ,,iil" the I. i -tible nat lire of his. il'.iuri'S o, il) a few seals will serve to remind the engineer of his tragic o:; perb 'ii e. iii the nine men who were Inland in the wreok only two, Mr. Xapxiiger and another, remain alive. DELUXE TRAIN ANNULLED DURING HOLIDAY LULL There was no do Luxe tr'ain over the Santa Fe enstbound last night nml there will be none for the west this morning, the two trains having been aunuled during the Christmas Week owing to the general light travel. The trains will, however, be resum ed next week, the first from the west reaching Albu.uiefiiue on Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock, it on time, and Ibe one from the cast getting In at S : H o the follow inn morning. Second-hand fireless Iiiii hIcis. liotb large and small. I '.. . I ce. Phone 1(1. IlCIlm OP SCHQLLE .'M' ' T l.ia Hit , These Blankets are All Wool, full size and a very good value for the money. Size 62x78 in. price - - - - $5.50 Size 70x82 in. price - - - $6.50 KM, CQLLiSTER 8 CO, COLD WEATHER GOODS We have plenty of goods on hand for tuis weather. WINTER SUITS, OVERCOATS, SWEATERS, GLOVES, Underwear and Shirts. At attractive prices( SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier HEDLIGHT rap 10 Case of Women Charged With Conducting Disorderly House to Come Up Today; Male Companion Fined $15. The case of the two women, Minnie 'a mill and ollie Kboades, charged with conducting- a disorderly house, which was to have been disposed of by Police Judge Craig yesterday af ternoon, was again postponed and this afternoon was the hour set for the trial. A male companion of the two wom en, who gave his name as Kiohard Uoe, pleaded guilty yesterday and a fine of $15 or the same number of days in Jail was assessed against him. Ho paid the IS. The two women were arrested Sat urday morning and released on bond. It Is understood that they intend to fight the charge against them, taking the position that, an they have I n I licensed by the city and state au thorities) to conduct a retail liquor dis pensary,' their place is no more dis orderly than uny other saloon in the city, in fact the Carroll woman was hoard to declare yesterday In court I hat her place was more order!,)- thar. many of the South First street re sorts which have seldom boon Inter fered with hy the police. CURRENT NEWS NOTES FROM THE TOWN OF WILLARD iKpi'i'lal ( iirrfaponilriiir to Morning .lonrnnlf Willard, N. Al., Dec. I'ti. A baby 1 oy was born to Mr. and Mrs. John M. Harwell Christmas night. The child lived but a few hours. The lltirwolls art, newcomers here and only a couple of weeks ago assumed the management of the 'Record.'' The .Santa. Fe will start the new year here with an entirely new lot in charge of the cutoff station. 1. A. Y eager, wis promoted to the Carls bad office, and Operators Inglcmcn and Clegorn, were sent to Schnellc. Mr. and M's. Hunt have come here (rum Mount, ilnair to assume the posi tions of agent and lirst trick operator. l.iHll.-is lirumond gets the third triek. Manager Hen S. Jackson will sever l.is cocii"'iioii with the Willard .Mer cantile company, the first of the year. Mr. Jic kson bus a much better posi tion in view. His successor has not yet been selected. The loss of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson as Willard residents will bo severely felt. Mr. Jackson has been at the head of the Merean ti!c company since it was established hero four years ago. Mrs. Jackson has don,' so much in a social way for the limit, that her place will be hard to (ill. JUST RECEIVED I Another Shipment of Black and White Wool Plaid BLANKETS HEIDI If CREDITORS ASKED TO SEND Ifj THEIR BILLS Commissioners Anxious to Set tle All Accounts Before First of Year; Meeting Friday Morning, Th" board of very anxious ounty coiiur, ist .toners that all bills against in e count , sh uld be in the hands of the clerk I fore tin meeting; of the is to he held on Friday 10 o'clock. This will be board w motiiit: the last at neet im? of the year and it i3 to have all accounts cleaned the i lan up and disposed of to the end that the New Y. books. ;;r may start with clean o a c Al.li A 111 A I! I) FOU HK.l.FN! Sl'NI) AY. lH'.t FdHKIt HIST. AT S:20 A. M. On account of tin- Now Year's Eve liiiortainment and dance, to be given nt Helen, by ihe Alhu tueriiie Lodge of the Herman order of Hani ;ari, a special rate for the round trip has be n ar ranged for, with the Santa Fe railroad. All those wishing to take advantage of this opportun ity, will please leave their names at Westertield's Ci'gar Store, HOT West Central avenue, not later than Saturday noon, December "ditli. Train will leave on Sunday, December o 1 St., at S:L'0 a. in. The best saddle horses to be had In the city nre nt W. L. Trimble's, 113 North Second Street. Phone 3. If you need a carpenter, telephone Hesselden, phone 377. TOT. ilNa TEL. IM. French & Lowber Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lad; AaslstauL COK. ttl'lU AX1) ClONTRAIi, Offhf Phono 6(). FOR RENT Corner etore room, 25x142 feet, up-to-date front, best location In city (of Kenernl merchandise. Posses sion Jan. 1st. or Feb. 1st., 1812. Address P. O. Liox 674. mi COMPANY Gallup Lump Coat Gallup Stove Coal All kinds of Wood Phone 251 First and Granite Ami k iwucix and HAGGAliK DKLlYKItY PHONE 47 Satisfaction Guaranteed. Kaba & Qulnn, Successor to E. Kelly. W. M. Beaurhamp, Phone 85 R. S. Dunbar, Phone 468 DUNBAR AND BEAUCHAMP PLUMULES. The cold weather Is coming on and now Is the time to have your work done right. 208 So. 3rd St., Office Phone 83 AZTEC