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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1912.
J . " CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. toTt, fUnges, Howae Famlablnc Goods, Cutlery. Tool, Iroa Pip VaJtee and Fitting, numbing, lleaiing, Tim and Copper Work. "Better Values for Leas" Haft-Schaf f nCf & M a fX I THE GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS COMPANY New Spring Suits, $20 to $35 If W. CETTTRAIi AYE. TELEPHONE til At t s?E7SS?? Visit Matthew's 9 Si Styleplus Clothes, $17.00 the Suit EIGHT. ? f t TELEPHONE 420 CHARLES ILf ELD CO. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA I Mrs. Iter's Own Blend COFFEE 40c per pound LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS fresh Supply t c 3 Ward's Store i IIOMKR H. WARD, Mr. Ilk Marble Are. pilot tO 2 1 Strong Brothers . Undertaker Hd Prompt awe-rloa Iter Vtght Tetcpbona T5. HosldVanoe MA. Strung UUu, Copper and aeooad. Poll Tax Now Due I Pay at John Lee Clark's I I First and Central.' I In the event that jrou ehooid not receive your morning pe pr, telephone the POSTAL TELEGRAPH CO.. giving your nam and add rasa and the pa- per will b delivered by a ipa clal messenger. Toe telephone la No. If. IS 00 Keward 5.00 The above reward will be ' paid for the arrest and oon- 1 vlctlon of anyone caught ilea I- In eoples of tha Morning Journal from the doorway of subscribers. JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST wkatiikr iikport. For the twenty-four houra ending at o'clock yesterday evening.: Maximum temperature fi degrees; minimum temperature It; range 40; temperature at t p. m.. yesterday, S3. Ho in K mut wind; clear. FORIXAST. Trv a Journal Want Ad. Results HAIRDRESSING Manlcuring- llrnlila Made Cp from Combings. -glu-liralcd eiliam pool tig -Facial Cleanxlng- MRS .CLAY Ol'P. P. o.- -flume 511 Washington, Feb. 11 New Mexico Mostly I'lnuily and unsettled Mon day and Tuesday; colder Tueadny. Arl no i ncriilly fair Monday and Tuesday; colder Monday. Went Ttxas Increasing cloudiness, becoming unsettled by Monday night or Tuesday; colder Tuesday v. ? Y T 7 T ? Attend Our Clearance Sale Special Values for Today 9:00 a. m. Cash 50 dozen Pillow Cases, size 45x36, plain and hem stitched, on sale for, each 50 pieces good Apron Gingham, assorted blue checks, extra quality for price, choice, yard X ' ?:: 7c ! (THE LST WORD I. aOTHlXO.) w , , We guarantee fit end quality and you do not run any risk of having- to pay for something you don't want. Stop in, try on any of these Suits; see for yourself just how thsy fit end look and be satisfied before you part with any money. See our new Styleplus Bine Serges at $17.00. You cannot beat them for 920.00 any place. A good assortment of new Spring Shirts, Hats and Shoes now ua display. Simom Stfcern CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER ? t t 100 pieces new Percales, 36 inch wide, in Q 4 a I II III 1 1 Ulll IUUULU I II I U U II Ul I mini and dark patterns, extra quality, on sale, choice, yd. 1 00 on sa The Big Special for 2:30 p. m. pieces new Cotton Challies, Persian patterns, le, yard 4c Don't Forget Our Great Silk Sale e Tuesday, February 13, at 9:00 a. m. 2000 yards Plain and Fancy. Seco Silks on sale; 11 (D)f values to 50c yard, choice, yard... . O'flw t 3. TO T liHNLut 0 IN San Francisco Police Chief Threatens to Place Cordon Around District If Peace Pact is Not Signed Today. 4Kb I Pr. Conner, OateupaUi, Ntern bids. Wanted Clean, cotton rags at the Morning Journal office. W. H. Fullertun of Hocorro, la In the fit v. WALLACE HESSELDEN (ineral Cintrattrs. FlKuree and worknianahlp count. We guarantee more for your money than any other contracting firm In Al 'uturriu. offloe at ki'i'Kiunu n.AMNtj mux I'hoiie 7J. I Tl I.. HJ Tr:L I'JR FRENCH & LOWBER Funeral Directors and Embalmers. ? R 1. Cooper, of the Hants Ke of- II ea In Topeka. Khii., la a bualneaa via-! A Krnent Meyera. of the Meyers com pany li lt liiat nlKht for a trip to l.oa AnK'le. T ? Entire stock of Ready-to-wear Gartjxents X to be on sale at nearly half price some at Half Price and other garments at LESS THAN HALF PRICE. Itor to AllitiqueriUe. I.. A. Kinney, wife and child arrlv- They are ', lint nialit from ChVHKo. Kuents at the Alvarado. IIuho Heulierg, a prominent rltiten f Hilton, whm nmoiiH l"t nlKhl'a ar rivula In the city and will be here over today. WillHim llurpir. a ratth-nian of VrK'i", WHS In the I'tly lust nlRht coll la.lv I in ii tnrii-r AoalMlailt. t I Mil I in me iuii tu. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Expert Draymen Storage Warehouse in Connection. v n 1 i N.A - i i.iii i in. in. i. JfjT Irfec: iNew m 1 Pone 251 Lioods lAZTEC Fuel Co. 1st L Granite GALLUP LUMP COAL GALLUP STOVE COAL ALL KINDS OF WOOD between tralna on Ma way to El I'a ao. J. H. MiDuffee, of Denver, a rep renentatlve of the Chalmers Motor Cjr compnny, is In Albuquerque on bualnesH. C. A. Hlack of Detroit, s director of the American Lumber company, la here to attend the unnuH meeting of that concern. 1. K. Cook and John Clreenwald prominent democrats of Hocorro, ar rived In the city lunt evening and will attend lodtiy'a meeting of the atati The Best Preventive Known for All Kinds of Diseases is Good Sanitary plumbing In your home for this kind of work, call or phone 130. Prompt sttentlon and good re sults. J. D. DRUMMOND, 116 South Third St. A Urge aNwirtmrnt of flstnrra kept In slock. NonniwEwrF.njf mcttaij mfb I8l IIANCK CO. of MUeassOree. H. r. I.E SCKH, Maauscer. Ill SuaUt Ut KC PtMMie T1 placed complete SPRING i c have I lay a NEW direct from BLOCH CO tcr. N. Y. on dis line of SUITS STEIN- of Roches- We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO. Prices Are Very Attractive $18 to $35 II (Vrrtlioe laianp tiallup Lump HAHN COAL OO.SSSS-, t.allup rilOXK tl. AVTHRACITK, AIX HT.EH. bTKAM COAL rrnrf Wood, Cord Wood. Kadva Klmlltr, Brh-fc, Uaa Ctoke, Mill Wnud, Brk-h. lire CU,. Haata I t nrtrk. C IUInslilutrnCo. II .1ArxwJ rf Gokf CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBFR COMPANY A. II. CAIIUOIJ, Maaagrr. aianararturw of aTrerrtMng aaed ta Balldlng Motta: -IUQ tlIMM. KM ALL rKOITTm.- 1 Coastractioa. Oat central committee of this party. Clark M. Curr and his mother have gone to Kaywond Hot Splint" for a thort stay, Mr. and Mrs, V. P. Metcalf are en Joylng a aojourn ut Kaywood Hot SpriiiKs. The Rlaht Ilev! Bishop Cameron Mann and Mrs. Mann are in Silver City, where yesterday KiRhop Mann celehrated the right of confirmation to a la rue class. Karl Greene, of Santa Fe, as sistant secretary of the democrstlc central committee, came down with the Santa Ke delegation Inat night to attend today's meeting of the com mittee. Mr. and Mrs. Ilerthold Kpits re turned yesterday from a five weeks' eaatern trip, having spent moat of the time In New York, where Mr. Spit purchased the spring alock for the llfeld-Splts company. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tuber Martin, w ho were married in Albuquerque last week, left lust niuht for Hresoott, Arts., where they will spend the win ter. Mrs. Martin In the daughter of Wlill.im O. MoAdon, of New York, of HudHon river tunnel fame. Iwrence Ie Oolven, of Chicago: I. I- Webb of Warren. O.. and II. V. Adams of Dubuque, la., arrived in the city laat night. They are direc tors ot the American Lumber com pany and will attend today'a annual mcetiiiK of the corporation. A. H. Hilton of 8n Antonio, Hob ert Martin of Cuchlllo, County Sur veyor King, S. ltonem and Crank Ji hnaon of San Marclal comprised s party of Socorro county men who left traterdav morning for home after a vleit to Santa Fe to talk over, good nim witn iiovrrner aicimnaia. Mrs. J. K. O'Harrow, proprietress of the (Iraystone hotel, returned laat night from Pltturg, where ahe ac companied the body of her lale hus band. While In the east Mra. O Har rom suffered another bereavement In the d,.th of her brother, Mr. C. Kaiifmann at Omahu. C. A. Oils snd W. O. Otis, of Cleve land, arrived In the i lly laai niaht snd I will liniav attend the annual meellna "f the directorate. lioth gentlemrn are niemlera of the bonrd of direc tors They came to Albuquerque from Koa ell. where they attended a meeting ot the director of Cle lloewrll Uaa and K1e trie lKht company. Tre 1 1 I'.nkin c stubb. o i j bet. t. Jacobson and U C. Hacker ' form a party of Helen boomers in the ctt. They will preeant the claims e i the ut-ff town as a desirable meetina place for tne Oemocratic elate convention, the time and place for ha h will be fined today by the demo, riatic state central committee. A merlin ( of the Hernalilln County Bar aworlalloa will be held this e nins al p. m. at the Commercial club. There will be a general discussion of Bfiiii law a snd amendments lu pree- m lew which It ! desired In pre- ul Sir Ut evening Irgisiatura. A tiaper on the common law by Judge Julius Stanb will be one of the fea tures of the meeting. Mr. Marlon U Fox will again be the speaker this motnlng at the assembly hour at Hodey hall, I'nlverslty of New Mexico, the subject of his art- Uriss being "Hawaii and the Hawaii ans, ' personal impressions of the islands and their people. Mr. Fox'a prevlr us talk on "Japan and the Japanere" proved go Interesting that hv unanimous request he speaks to the students again today. Mr. and Mrs. Ixiu Mandell of Hong Kong, China, were In Albuquerque for a short time laat evening, en route from their oriental heme to Chicago, .New York and Koaton on a visit to relatives. Mr. Mandell la a brother of Mrs. M. Mandell of this city and was a resident of Albuquerque In the early daya. He is now a merchant in Hong Kong where he hns lived for re vera 1 years. Mr. and Mrs. Man dell were met at the train here by a number of Albuquerque relatives and friend. It is announced that th partner ship of Kraemer and I'ryor. who have hertofore been associated In the management of the C. and A. Coffee company, is dissolved, Mr. Pryor re tiring, and Mr. Kraemer asaumlng the sole proprietorship, and taking lull charge of the accounts of the company. Teacher Wanted. An experienced teacher, familiar with the Spanish language, ta needed for a country school In southern New Mexico, a long term and liberal aai sry offered. Address M. A. Molina, Garfield. N. XX. If yo need Heeseldea. ebon carpenter, telephone ITT. FOR b I.K Home-made carpets no. rsura at trie wearer. 1 114 K. rrilta on tar line. The beet saddle tonnes to had ta ihe city are et W. L, Trimbis'B. Ill North Second S'r-et. Phone I. BEVERIDGE TO BE GUEST OF DENVER REPUBLICANS nenver, Feb. 11 The republican siaie central committee will meet n ienver tomorrow afternoon to fix a time and place for a state convention to select delegates to the national con vention at Chicago in June and to harmonise hv Its sction. If possible, th stand-patters and progressives. A banquet tomorrow ntght addressed by former Senator Albert J. Heveridge of Indiana, is psrt of the program. f'amoa Surgical IxTerrr rtead. London. Feb. tl Joseph Lister' wno waa made famous by his discov ery of an sntttepttc system of treat- Br Morning Journal gpeclal Leased M'ire. nun rrancisco, Kcu. ii. ntlrred to action by the reported arrival of six Hip Sing tong gunmen from Sacra mento. Chief of Police White sum moned to his office today the two Chi nese supposed to exert the most powerful Influence among their coun trymen In the Iochi Chinese quarter. They are Consul General LI Gunir Yew and Wong Sam. secretary of the Six companies. Th chief told them that unless the four warring tongs had signed a truce within twenty-four hours he would throw a cordon of nohcemeni around Chinatown rn tvam uli wiiit-ol visitors that they entered the quarter at the peril cf their lives. This course, It was admitted by the Chi nese, would cause heavy losses to the merchants of the quarter and stir them to their best efforts to bring hostilities to a close. The envoys pointed out that the tong war had been brought about by the gamblers, who cared little or nothing about the prosperity of the merchants and were not likely to accept their peaceful offices. While promising- the chief that they would bring all possible pressure to bear on the leaders of the tongs they said also that it would be difficult to locate the leaders In the short time given bv Chief White as they Imd gone Into hiding placea known to but few of their followera. Chief White told the Chinese that unless the truce was signed he would a'low no fireworks during the Chinese new year celebration. Another LUplowion Victim Die. Fort Frances, Ont., Feb. 11. An other death occurred tonight as the result of Friday's explosion In a con struction ramp near this city, making the total fatalities fourteen. Five bodies are burled beneath tons of rock which cannot be removed without the use of dynamite and this the authorities refuse to nermit. 1 It will take three months to re move the rock by shoveling. MUnUtKhU BY CONVICT Deputy Warden Stabbed Dur ing Church Services at Ne braska Penitentiary; Four Hundred Witness Attack, Br Morning Journal Npeclal Leasrd Win.) Lincoln, Neh.. Feb. 11. Just as th chaplain was about to prenounce the Deneaictlon at the close of the morn, lng chapel service at the state penlten. tlary this morning, Albert Prince, i negro under sentence for assault with intent to kill, attacked and stahM F. D. Davis, deputy warden. D1t received six wounds. Davis died Istt tonight. The four hundred convicts wer standing in the assembly hall, havltif just finished singing a hymn, when Frlnce attacked Davis. The deputy warden managed to walk to the gate after the assault. Nearby convlcti seised Prinoe and prevented him from purrung Davis as the latter backed te- ward the door. Prince secured thi knife from the broom factory laii night. He says that he had no par ticular grievance asralnst Davis, but that he objected having been deprived of certain liberties. He was under t twenty-year sentence. ILL HEALTH DRIVES MOTHER TO SUICIDE New York, Feb. 11. Mrs. Mar Golden dressed her two small children In their best clothes this afternoon and sent them out with five cents each to buy candy telling them not to hurry back as she "was going to heaven." The two little tots were found to niht locked In each others arms fas asleep in front of the door of ta Golden apartment, nobody having re sponded to their continued calls to at let In. The cause of the silence was reveal ed when the door was forced open aai the mother was found lying dead ot the kitchen floor, a tube connect with the gas range In her mouth. Sh' had been depressed for two inomi' because of 111 health. Gallop Kgg Coal, 96.50 per ton. al loc Fuel Co. rhnne 251. VA1EN Strong's Book Store 'Your Money Back If You Want It," 3 Our White Goods Sale Begins This Morning Special For Today Only Imperial Long Cloth, in 2-yd. length?, worth $1.50 We cannot accept phone orders for this article. Phone 283. 307 W. Central. i 1IMIIMIMMSII """i sm-arery. acl tooay. lie was aora ta in..