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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912.
EIGHT. W4 f TTrttT4MHHI I M I I t I IH ti f MIMMMI 4MM4M HMMMmMIIIMMI Herd's fine Stationery 4 CRESCENT HARDWARE CO. SHOE SALE Hart-Schaffner & Marx ,1 I I t Btonm, flatter. nea Faretahing Good. Cutlery, Tool, iron F1pV T X Vsl'ra and Fitting. riamUac lie tine Tin and Copper Work. X New Spring Suits, $20 to $35 t 111 W. CKKTBAli AVE. TIXtPIIOSE 111 T )$ t : j 4, 1 i . , , 4 I M 1 1 1 rLADcYLEUANUKoEA,J?? TELEPHONE 420 t CHARLES Wholesalers LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE own ! Home-ranch Eggs, 35c pcf dozen. We want to sell them as fast as they come in. Phone your or ders or stop our wagons. C 3 Ward's Store IIOMKB It WAi:n, lfr. IIS Marbla Ate. rbona lot Poll Tax Now Due Pay at John Lee Clark's First and Central. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results HAIRDRESSING Minlcurlnt llraids Made Vp from Itc-licsD je-cl Com lliiK, MlUIIIMMllllg -I aclal Clcanslmr- MRS .CLAY ciip. r. o.- -Hinnc A2I WALLACE HESSELDEN (elvers) ( ontraiiorg. Mr urn and wor I" marishlp count W eererile more for your money thsn an, other centrm-tliif firm In Al bugueri'l. Offlue at at I'I lilt lit I I.AMM1 MIIJ. i'Imiih- a 7. 2 Ti t. S'a 11 1, l.'fl t Z FRENCH & LOWDER i FU Ml IVc t 1 1 ; niiU t !Ii!m i,('i: I i.H ft III Oil, . -i -11 Ull II I ft ill i I vi i e xi, .".lid 04444 it1f -, vm ttt" V4 t 4a,'akai', U .1 33 Mm , sieison Hats Knox ats have no equals for stvle, durability and colorings. $4.00 and $5.00 New Spring stvles now on sale. Stcin-Bioch nobby clothes are now displayed. ?:J.llla-3l)lniruo. Down ! H Visit Matthew's h- HfHD CO. of Everything SANTA ROSA I LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers (mlcrtakert and Embalm I'rompt nilisc Dai or Mrbt Tnblnn0 75. Ilell-n.-e sua, troii- Ulli-, loix and Brcond. In tha avent that you should not receive your norolnn pa- per, telephone tb POSTAL TELEUHAFH CO fln your ' bam and addresa and tha pa per will ba delivered by spa clal messenger, Tba tslspbone la No. I. 5 nil Ite-ward $S.OO Tha above reward will ba 1 paid (or Hi arrest and ton- vletlon of anyone caught ataal- lu copies of tha Morning Journal from tba doorways or ultsi rllwr. JOURNAL PUBLISHINa CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST WKATIII H IlKI'OHT. f:,r th twenty-four lit 6 o'clock yesterday hour ending tivening.; FORECAST. Washington, Feb. '14. New Mexico, Went Texas mid Aflwimi Uotierally Ifnlr Thursday and Friday. Dr. Conner, Osteopath, Blent Mil. Wanted Clean, rotton rag-a t tha Morning Journal offica. John 11. (till, of YVtixhlnKton, In h KUi'ft t li( AltMriulu, It M llnwnid. ii '-H htii'Wii IH n nf I -ii ttisr. l ll!"r to Alliu- lUH 1UI'. A. KUIiwhIiI, n incriliiini nf Culifro. arriviil In ht 'Hy '""l nlahl "fid will Mttfiid to liuMlm-aa hrr tuiliiy. Mm. M. II. Hiililn ha nn ! I 'hurl. ..loii. V. V',. rtillt d there li.v Ihu i l'lllitil illli.KH of H nlntrr. I J. J. Hi huniMiifi, m ri-llriit luiMliiowa limn of Hutilti rrlv-i liint nlliiit mil will If hiTr ovi-r tniluy on liiwl j in , It. II. Hi t it. r'tclvir of tho I nlleil H dim In i nliW f in I.iik I'mri-it, win mi in rn nl .ii imi hiiIiih'h I'il 1'nim Hum. a r, r.i in, ni. inidi.it nl nf tin- Vim. Hiiin M Hi. h i miii'""v. I lBimm I Imihii. i ..ii' Hum lila hi'iiii I" 'lirn Hunt.'. I ml Mii .l..lin Htfwart ri'l uriu il v-li r iliiv I" ii.ilMi, ntl.r mi njnvnlilo vls II In .Mr. itii.l Mm I VI I MiHiirl o ;..':! squill Ivhth Kiri-il. Mm. I' Int. 1111 ! Jiiiinunn 11. vinil- IIK II til.- 1 II. til- . Ill l 111 M IK. II IL I r .n Am. Mir 1 Alii'i III III Li' lull It'll SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. PACK AND SHIP PIANOS.) AZTEC Fuel Co. Phone 251. First and Granite. CALI UI LUMP COAL CALLUI STOVE COAL ALL KINDS OF WOOD We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot ing to the varnish at the finish. SUPERIOR LUMBER AND Mltl CO. 4'errtlhx I ump t.allnp I umi HAHN fin riUE tl. ATIIUITK, All HtnS. STF.AM CTL na, l actiK-y Wwl, 4 V,1, stl Rinalllnc 4.ke, MHI Itrtah lire (la I. Saaia l CHICAGO MILL AND A. II r.nitoi4 Msniifarlnree of Fvery-thlaa. t iiiim. -r.m LiMMe, smix f orarv TtOrd mm Mara aril. A line r stationery fine cnoiifch to suit Um fincl taste. UOXKIl IMI'KKH With Initial. In f'olorn, l-nrijc Kit'. Acknow lulled Sl TMiii(li iii- cars in Imii or liulk. STRONG'S BOOK STOREi Your Mowy Hack If You Want It"! day. Bin? Ik on ht-r way to California from h-r hom in MlKaouri. ! The Woman's Home und Korfixn- MleKionary to(jet' ol lh I'rfHti.v- trrliin hiircli will iiu-. t in Iht? i hnn h imrlorM llii atcrnoon promptly at 2 .t o't loi k. Mrs. Vauahn and Mix. Krankiin mill be. the U-mlirs. K. A. VuiiKhi'V, siiii!rlltfndunt of lllo HKcnilis of the oci-lilifiilal M!' InMiirMtn'e rompany, Ion ri'ltiriiird from a three weeks' visit to Wichita, Kan , where he opt m il offices and In stalled 11 Kcncriil ageril for southwest- . rn KaiiHus. ' The 1 1crn.'ilillo (Tounty Colored Ite- puhllciin iluli rcHpcclfully Invites each arid -v-ry voter to n I with Its members tonltcht at JUd Men's hall, lis West tlolij avenue. The Invita tion Ik entcndi-il ly J. 1). l-ott, presi dent of the club, und J. V, JtodgerK, the secretary. Hoy liennett, cashier of the firm of liirijamlli A Welller, will h mur rled Kchruary 23 to MIhk Hi rlha Pear son of t.'olorado Junction, Colo. Mr. luiiiiill will leave Monday nluht for the t'olnrsdo town and followltiK the ceremony the couple will return to Alt)ii.iiertiie, where they will make their home. Mrs. John Clark, of 409 West Mult inK avenue, entertainer) the Indies of Ihe Hoy 11 1 Nciiihlairs of America, at ter home yesterday Mflernooti. There was a larxe uttend'tnee of the 111. ni hers of the popular order, which Is the ladles' auxiliary- of the Modern Wi oilmen, und a dttllRhtful afternoon wits spent. It. t. (Irmsliep. who has acted as city auditor for some time past and also held a position as bookkeeper In the Mate National bank, has none lo Hiirila Fe, where he will become chief clerk of the suite penitentiary under Warden John li. Mi Mini im. His place In the Mate National has been luken by Jose 1 I'erea. P. r. Webb, nf Wiirren. Ohio: C. A. ISIack, of Detroit, and Ijiwrence la.llolver of I 'lib hmo. members of I Ilk American 1. umber I'nmtuiiiy director ate, left yesterday to visit the tirand Otiivon, niter utlcniliriK the meet line of the directors here. II. K. Daiiaher. of I o l 1 nit. 1 IihIi imiim of the board, is exiacteil to leave for the cast today. The Trl-Alpha fraternity of the uni versity of New Mexico Knve u Val entine parly yesterday afternoon In nmior or .Miss Marv McHe. of Mania l"e, who Is a hoiiac uuest ol Miss 1.11 HlHI I lef-s.'lllell. I.lint h Was served and 11I1011I thlrly kiichIh were present, IncluilInK sororilv members. .Mr. Hml Mrs. I'rank linhaiii acted as chap erons. NEW VAUDEVILLE "lam lleaslo's I :u'. ' a Vaiik.-e rube coiiiiiiv, ttitroiliicinii ir;iiihi.u - i lu v ..i!lilllu:, Ibe latest art li'Aelty 'l.ulv From the Sea." I rum llcli lil li K lul'lll ureal play. "Amumli il S.'i.re. row,'' soiiihern il.ukv loon.ly. "War 'rime Puis." ii.iliinrv ilriima, ' I i Hubil ul I tolls ." ll.'li'l I 'll.. I lx 1m:iiiiU oil p.lllll- Imitm will be t-lvi-ti away I lee lonlalil. (The Best Preventive Known for All Kinds of Diseases is tiood Sanitary pliiuibliiK In your home for this kliiil of work, call or phone 2 Hi'. I'lompt attention and good ra- soils. J. D. DRUMMOND, 116 South Third St. A larte aMrtmcn of future kept In Mock. XOUTIIW ICSTITIIN HrTFAIi LIFE lM ItANCK to., u Milwaukee. N. V. LK Sl F.lt. Manacer. Ill Hoalli 4th St. I'Immi S7I A I fin C.-erlll, Kto,a wsi.allnp Itrl. k. Csnmon Brk k. lima IUMBFR COMPANY J Mat-,,. la ItulldiBf ritom - conatruetio. o J , p. . 1 Hi PICTURES AT 1 Here Is mlehty good chant e to et some mihty Itootj Shoes at nilnhly low prices. It is an End-of-lhe-Seaaon Sale an opportunity you .-fiould not overlook. The reason for this Kale is. we want to clean out ail our Winter Mioea before Sprms Shoes arrive. Carry Shoes over until next Win ter?, Not us. our Oramlfaiher did that, but not the axsresaive Shoe Iealer of today. Don't Fail to Take Advan tage of This Sale There In no mictake about our reduction. No jtifc'g'ins with prices. The lepiitation ol this Shoe Store precl udea that and insures sat isfaction. We will cheerfully excha-nste anything or refund your money if for smiih.- reason you are not satisfied with your purchase. Men s Sho.-K. Women's Shots. 1'oy.;' Shoes, Misses' and Children's Shoesall mcM K: m4,.Jjs.i. i..-.a: Every Shoe Price CUT! CUT!! CUT!!! lion't stop to look into your purse you'll not need much money to participate In this Sale, 1 Shoes t'.."0 14.50 t (Ml S.t .fltl (I T TO Shoes For Women 14.50 :t . 60 14.00 $3.20 CI T TO Shoes For Boys and Girls 13.00 12.50 i Hi $2.00 t t T TO 510,000 STOCK OFIHARRY F0UTSMEET5 COODS GOES ON SALE TODAY Culminating Sensation of Gold en Rule Events Begins This Afternoon at Two O'clock Sharp. If you have been r.ailin ih tlolden Hole Dry luod Company inl vertlsrnietils in this newsp-ipt i'i 1 every wniiuin In the city renin litem every inorninir you di iml in c-l to Im reiiilml'-il thai the culmination o. the tioltlcli Utile's liii; luirvnin e nln tomes this afternoon nl l o'tlutk.! Ho In nienili us . vent if lhi the blK tor will have to all thl.i no ruiiiK to pn pni. Is lllllt'Ceinry lo say that doors opt ii at I w o o'clock, open to admit the lai'itest I li i lll- c.l M l j I,.,- It. I t Ii.'ii til- i lluv IMi Illlllil'l.C j ever Kaliiini! a! tins popular where tli" cut the price m U-l IcMfly. The lloloei Utile, at you have ini'i In the mh l lls. lilt-tils, has jiot re i:i'lve, a l.ii thousand dollar hi. a k ol iiooils, pun b is, il by their New York l.iiy.r, from ,h.. I'nltt't Mail unlet lions.- of N.'w York City, oil l iti' I mlu and brt'ken lines til pplcnilid m t lerl.il mi 1 work iiiannhlp. ivirylhiiu; wiMiieii'a and hildreli a v, tar, in ail txt, aiul puked up by tins shrewd buyer Ml ii telils on the dollar. The AlblliU,r.ll.- shoppers are to Kcl the bent lit ol this lucky piirch tse ami the prices, e .oh .-rlped. will In alwi. lutely the lowcHt ev r oif. re.l in At- blliUertlle. The sale last fle lla'f. and It will be the busiest lue da ever st n at the SoMm Hole. Kverv iluna is ci.b. only, no koimIs i Iiii sent on approval. An entire ,,ck ol reatly -to-w , ar Kites ul marly hall price. Il Ik tiully the chant., of a IlletlltlC. Ir.etd, ntalh. den't forset that 2it0 met 's kuIih and overcoat', worth up to $23 50. (ii at $I4.& p'-r each an. I l.ovs' school suits, values up to $".n. will In- Hoi. I ut $1.1111 the suit. Women's Outing Gowns for 29c 25 dozen Women's Out ing Gowns in pink and blue stripe, genuine 50c value, on sale for 29c each. Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. JOHNC. LEWIS GRANTED TEMPORARY LICENSE TO PRACTICE JiiiIki- ChmioIiIs et,r.lev io.-. :., John f. I., Kt. ,-i newcomer from l,-,i-e r. a t. n. polity IP ne lo pii,te law in . w leico. The lie, c boi.ty 3 t I 11,11' trie ttent llleetltiu o th s-Bie In., r.l f bar i-mrinii Thi pc, nie v i iwot-t on the re. . -e, non I siloii of Jioiii, !:. Mann, atid on m- thllnaol a ! f Its Mr. ti..v - tins ii- h ,. praetti eti in the rlisttl. t jSnrt :,pr. n,,. iourts ! l olota.l.i. m j well i t itir state of North jri.iii.i Nainsook Petticoats $1.49 - 6 dozen Women's dainty lace and embroidered trimmed white Petticoats, worth $2.75. on sale for $1.49. Golden Rule For Men 14.00 13.50 13.00 fi .J,t S;l 2" $2 80 VJ ID S3 (W $3.r. 13.00 12.50 12.00 S2.HO Hi. 10 82.00 SI .60 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $1 .00 $1.60 $1.20 SI. 00 S .HO j Former Albuquerque Man Loses Portion of Foot Under Car Wheels at Winslow; Taken to Los Angeles Hospital, Mrs. Klissubcth Fonts, of 722 V. j Tijetas avenue, i.s In receipt of tJIs j IreHlnw iii-vts rearilinir an accident which liai'pi iieil lo her Pon, Harry J. j Fouls, at Wno'luM, Ariz., last Satur lilny iifterunon. The newr Is to the ef ! fi ct lh.it Mr. Fouls, while at temptins; to board .1 slock train, slipped and fi ll anil one wheel of a mot ln car .I o.if his fool, t.ikluu off all lo. m. Th. Injured man was hur- rii il I., the iiiuipaiiv hoKpliul at Wins low, u In re, iu oi'iler lo wave tlio rc mii i mli r ol lit" tool, an oi. ration was Pel lot id tl. l'or sonic time after the aei lib-til Mr. Fouls wan very low, so that Ihe alteiitlliit; rtiraoon would itl low none but lite Iirmcdiale laiuily al his htilHiic. OuinK to the tlevclopmeiit of helirl tveakne.s It was considered iii-cesKary to remove Mr. Fonts to a lower altl tutle ami he is now n-Htiim eomfort ablv in Ihe Sanlu Fe hospital at Iin t ielerf. I'utll four years iiro Mr. Fouls was Ihe lo'hmni,' ticket .tRent at the Al bllipjcruue depot. After I'ett'ivltlR several proiiiotluiis he was, last May, Hint to itolhrook. Ariz., as iiKt-nl, and in the follow Int: October, was trans ferred to W'lnslou, one of the most Important division points on the coast lines, ill the smile capacity. Tile uutoriiimite utficiitl has manv friends In Albuiueriiie who will wish hlin sptttly recovery from a most Mcrlous mlsforluiie. COLLEGE GLEE CLUB PACKS ELKS' T Boys Ftom Northwestern Uni versity Put on Show That Brings Cheers Ffrom Multi tude Last Night. til the tiler I'lulia that oimr sn.i e oii.br suspi.'4-s ,-f th Sants F UeadiiiK lloom ssti-m. iione Iihvi j IM-ell belter 111 if, ihat ..r the North-j . stern I'nie.rsitt of Kxanston. whi.h ai-peered In Klks' theater last, nisht Ninii' Ihe 01 iA II tl t 11,- H:l,::: tt'i . has e lH-en mI'I.- to , lied pi our . III. but had a ImIht lot holeer sebi tion , I liT iill, I hf , h,. vc. tin l.Mtt..i .ilee Hunl etatlons. i.t A lllaloi.ilill t tub. liie e more divelsl imne of Hi. in have ..f smseri, nor f coll, -Re aoneiv 'in. iiimtlters there s- siiiu, r hs liiere were ei .ronr,u be cannot I., m-n- WTH ACCIDENT HEATER ,loeot . OS,,, a ..od render and a chalk ttit who pr,o,.l..l an lnt-r- tit in.iili-r of an h.o.r with his .l.e.r abilities t ij.ii. k balk work. Tit otiartwie nuii;1w r were es icMlly rnjo.,l. hi,.) in t ii. i . h iit-tnlM-r r- , i .1 Its jli. i.- of .i p. pMowe. f.lhs lt, t. r was pa. ked and tinned for the exent. ,.n of (he 'U'I it.m.ll ceer liathils-il In the thnairr. fillinz every Kent an. I mrr- ' iet Ih,- capo in limit of th. pin houe. Styleplus Clothes, $17.00 the Suit " f TIIE LAST V011I IX C1X)TIIIXG.) We guarantee fit and quality and you do not run any risk of hay. ins to pay for something you don't want Stop In, try on any of these Suits; see for yourself Just how they fit and look and be satisfied b:-fore you part with any money. Sec our new Styleplus Blue Scrjres at $17.00. You cannot beat tlicm for $20.00 any place. A good' assortment of new Siwing Shirts lints and Shoes now on display. Simon Stern.; CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER SAYS WIFEY TOOK Married Three Months, Couple Wedded in Albuquerque Want Separation; Alienation Charge of Husband, is AlleginK that his wife a'-cepled presents from other men. allowed her affections to l diverted from him and that she deserted him, Theodo.i E. Macken hus filed suit in the dis trict court at Littleton, Colo., for di vorce. The couple were married In Alluijuoique on November 19. 1911, by the Rev. C. o. I'.ecknuui, pastor of the I,etl Avenue Methodist church, the husband heim 32 years of ae ami the wife 30. A man named Wilson 's made en-respondent and a suit ha been filed against him by Miicl.cn for alienating his wife's affections. The Denver News some time since had the following - "Throufth tir.ttn 1. Hudson, formei county JiitlKc, Theodore K. M icki n filed suit for divorce from Anna .M. Miicken in the tlislrli t court in l.'l tleton Wednesdiiy. namiiiK Arthur 11. Wilson of Denver as co-respondent. "The Mackens were married in Al buqueroue, New Mexico, Novembei 19, 1911, and on January 19, 1912. they separated. "Macken nllesres in his complaint that his wife has associated w ith other men than Wilson and that from them she has accepttd presents. She Is 2; years old and Wilson Is said to l, iiO years. WJIson lives at 1622 Madi son street und hus a restaurant at sil Fifteenth street. Mac-ken lives Just outside the city and county of D li ver in Arapahoe county. He is a con sumptive and one of his uiieitatiom attains! his wife is that sue neai mm ao severely at one time that he hai hvuiui t iiase. ;- l-.rothtr Mason: Will the Hot Pantls c'oimi'lttei- see your face amid ihe biK hunch of Masons ut the J-hriii-ei-K- Unp Year Hall? Thev lath-r think they will, for it looka tlloiiKll t ii'l) .Mason ill town, .i lit"" let ar(. lot tied hard and last, will sun to I rip up the Meps of the Masonic Temple on (he cc ol Itti- i t in y 2!" I h. Special ctiiiiplim ciliary liiot h I hur- il.iv t ti tling from 8 to II al the him niMiilc Inn. Yon rc- Itnilcil. Cnlluft VJts Col. $6.0 prr ton. Al tec t mi Co. I'lHtne 251. Wanted Nurse gill. Apply Mrs. D. Wi Ionian. T0H West Copper. If you need a carpenter, telephone I IcKseldeli. phone 377. Results From Journal Want Adsi Values to 1 5c PRESENTS Oil OTHER MEN t - ym 4 s : a - ' i$4' Corset Cover Lengths, worth to 75c Lonsdale & Berkeley Cambric 1.1c per yard 4 WELL KHOWM YOUNG PEOPLE BECOME LIFE PARTNERS Host of Friends Witness Cere mony That Unites Rosendo Salazar and Miss Elfides Apodaca Yesterday Morning, At the' Church of the Sacred Heart, yesterday morninfr. at S c'clo. !i. Mht Flfides Apodaca. daughter i f M , an 1 Mrs. Fidel Apod iC.t, was wv.lde.l to Mr. Rosendo Knlitz.ir, sou ,1 Mr. ai d Mrs. Jose I. .Salazar. Father I. 'oii -, f-. J., celebnuiiiif the nuptial mast. A host of frientls of the youn? eon pin 'vfitnesst d the (impressive cere mony, and attended the reee,,'.Iin oeiil during the day, at Ihe home if bride in liiver Road. The brlaV'8 kov.ii of cereiuony i f white brocaded silk, entrain, warn with a eii and wr-uli oiaiiue blossoms. Mrs. Ilumero. tn.' was 11. vl ol llo; matron of honor, was also luin.lsoni-.-lc uowned in white. The jirooni tve-, M lertled by Frank Romero. 'I n ' rc lonl party enjoyed it weddUtK hreaki'as: t 1 lie AP'tlaca itnitii. imiiie'luMe;..' t,' lowim; the maniai;.- .serve-, en i reliestra playinK durlnji the " V fust hour and dtiriiiK ih-.- i ,-tt i'i 'hp altetnoon, A ilun.e In the evenim; ..inciinl' 1 the wedditiH festivities. Mr. Salazar is an empi vt l th Sanla Fe and is n well 1 n.evn toc-il basebnll player.. His bride i:t it hea.i tiful and charmitiK sirl, cniiviu; il friendshlu of hundreds, as it -r l'.-im!!v Is one cf the mi st promlT nt lanv. families. The yoiina o i'ii v. i: mak" the'r htmic in this , i v. The best aaodia hor lo n had Hi he c:t are at W, Triti.i,ie- til Sorth Keeonrt Btr Ph.... ITR SAI.F. Owner li ne llii; city will fell marly new Imnuahm, viv riKinix. hnrduooct tloor-.. mii M-rc-n strchi-v ! term. ISIakc Frank, (in. 12:J lori-stcr. Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.00 Suits Pressed 50 cents Ijidics' Work Neatly Done. I'HONi: 9K7. THE LINCOLN HOUSE ins s. si:tx).i eTr.i:irr. Specials in Embroideries 5c per yard J i : : : 35c c H4I6 Phone 283 307 W. Central. 4WDry Goods Co.