THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1912.
CRESCENT HARDWARE CO.
Stoves, Rsnpcs, Ilotuw Furnishing Goods, Cutlery, Tool, Iron ripe,
Tatrea and Fitting, Plumbing, Mcatlng, Tin and Copper Work.
IS W. CKXTIIAL AVE. TELEPHONE !
sTaVKS?? Visit Matthew's
CHARLES IUTLD CO.
Wholesalers of Everything
LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA
I Ward's Store I
I A Pleasure
TO US AND, WE TRUST,
to have you call at our
and let the demonstrator
i H. J, Heinz Co.
give you a taste ol their
good things and explain
why their goods are the
purest, cleanest and fin
est goods put up.
. Undertaker and Embalm,
Prompt aervloe Day or Night
Tel.i-Ii"no T5. Residence 8.
Ktrong Mk Coper and Second.
Here ore some of the things to
consider when you buy a filing cab
, , PRICK
The Shaw-Walker la really no
higher In price tlian many of the In
Every feature In durability and
Rood construction , la observed In
making the Hhaw-Walker cabinets.
The Khaw-Walker Is hand polliih
ed and treated with elastic varnish
thot prevents scratching. One experi
enced run pick out a Hhaw. Walker In
the dark on account of superior work
We want to show you,
STRONG'S BOOK STORE
"Your Money Hack If You Want It."
ITOMER UL WAItJ), Mr.
SIS ftUrtil Ave. rh.e ant
I LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST
Poll Tax Now Due
Pay at John Lee Clark's
First and Central.
In the event t hut you should
- nut receive your morning pa-
- per, telephone t he POSTAL
- TKi.K'i ItA I'M Co., giving your
- name mi. address and the pa-
per will be delivered by a spe-
rlnl messenger. The telephone
Iff No, 30. ,
S3.no I toward a.l.lNl
T lie above reward will b
pHlrt for the arrest end eon
vlctlun of Hnyone caiirfht steal
ing copies of the Morning
Jnurnnt from the doorways of
JoritXAL, Ft'HI.ISHl.VO CO.
expecting to be absent for at leant n
Attorney llalph Ely, of Demlng,
pent yesterday In the city.
J.oula llield, the well known wool
and hid,, dealer. Iim returned from an
extended (business trln to the east.
H. B. I)uscr, superintendent of the
Santa Fa's reading room entertaln-
tulnment 'course, wua in Albuiuuritie
yesterday, leaving last night for the
Vincent Jones, civil eriKlrieer of Las
Vegas, errlved In tlie cltv last night.
He la a aon of Hon. A. A. Jones, dem
ocratic national committeeman for
For the twenty-four hours ending
at u o clock yesterday evening.:
Maximum temperature 62 degrees;
minimum temperature 17; range 4 Ti
Tempera turn at 6 p. m. yesterday 13
Northwest winds; partly cloudy.
Results From Journal Want Ads
Manicuring Hralila Made Vp
-Swllclirl)fd . , Shampooing
opp. r. o..
j WALLACE HESSELDEN
, (.ciii i-hI Contractor.
Figures and win hiusnahlp count.
c bujruntee mur lor tmr tttoncv
than any otb.-r com i acting firm in Al
L. ',ii. r.ii. oltue nl
m i i .iioit ii nivii milk
il "' ' i
t TIL. -H.1 Tl 1, 12,1 t
FRENCH & LOWBER
COIt FII IH AMI I ATltAI.
Oilier I'lioiie Mm
Washington, Fib, 15. New Mexico
mil Arlxomi Fair Saturday and Sun
day; not much change in temperature.
Wot Texas Fair Haturduy lillii
Sunday ; cooler Saturday,
lr. Conner, Osteopath, Stern bhlg.
Wanted 'lean, cotton raft at the
Morulhg Journal office.
W. (1. I .von stid W. A. IjiksiII of Iaim
I. unas. ere visitor to the city.
It. W. D. Had. Ilffi-, of Helen, was
,in arriv al In A lbiiiiieiiue last lit In.
It. W. Itusnell and W. A, Hums are
here from iMiiKdnlena to transact bim
Iiicsh. Dowel) Jones, a Hanta Ve employe,
i l Topt ka. it visitor to Alliiniiier-
The lmllei of the (irand Army of
the llpublli will meet this ev.nlna In
reaulur si-sslun at A. 1). I'. W. hall it
I; put'llcin Nntlomil Ciiiiiiiiltti'i iiiiin
Mul. .loon I, unit hiuI Mrs. I. una eiime
up last nlKbl tnm thrir 'oiinlry boni"
at I.iih I, Unas and lire attests at tlie
lirtaorv Mollis, formt-rlv of tVrrll
Ioh, Inn for some tune pits! a resident
of this i 1 1 , t t l ist nlKltt for Kl I'aso
and points 111 southern New Mexico,
WANTKI? To buy well drilling outfit
capabln of drilling f00 to 700 feet.
Must be in aood condition. Telepho'ne
or lotepraph full description and price.
New 8tute Ueulty Co., suite ft, N. T.
Frank T. Kirother, foremun of the
Journal job department, who has been
on the sink list for the past ten days,
Is ronvalweinn nicely, and expects to
rtturn to Ills work today; In any event
not later man .Monday.
W, II. Webster, of Monte Vista, Col
orailo, an extensive sheep feeder of
that state, accompanied by Charles
Chin) wic k, expects to leave this morn
Inn In tin lutter's motor car, for Ka
taiicla. where thev will superintendent
the loud In ir of a Innro number ul
shoe p purchased bv Mr. Webster.
The hunuuet next Tuesday evenliiK
at the Alvurudo in honor of William
J. Itrynn ,wlll be "A Dollar IHnner.
This featare of the Nebraskan's en
tertalnment during; his visit here will
be In cliurae of benator Isaac Furth
Tickets will be limited to 1 GO. which
Is the capacity of the Alvarado dim
ina room.) No tickets will lie sold ut
ter tomorrow evening, it Is announced.
The banouet promises to be one of tin
luraent and most sticcesful of its kind
ever given in this city.
(Governor W. C. McDonald lias been
Invited to visit Albuuueruue on
Monday und speak at the Lin
coln and Washington celebration
to bo held In tlie city on that
dav by (1. K. Warren post No. 6. Grand
Armv of the Kenuhlie. Ilesldes the
Kovernor, Mayor John W. Klder, Htuta
Treasurer ). N. Marron ami other
prominent men bHve been naked In
make speeches. The celebration will
be held either In the assembly room
of tlie Central school or at F.lka the
If you need a curpenter, telephone
Hesaelden, phone 377.
Go To The
TRE SANTA FE
Hart-Schaf fner & Marx
I New Spring Suits, $20 to $35
j Styleplus Clothes, $1 7.00 the Suit
Young Men and Women of
Choral Clubs to Tour System
under the Reading Room
Auspices," , (
WIN HONOR OUT OF SOME
Boys to Go as Far. as Chicago:
On Tryout While Girls Wil
Take Trip to San Francisco.
PACK AND SHIP PIANOS.
L. i j ..ntitni ,-.tltf.. .nm.Mi.sJ ly
Phone 251. First and Granite.
GALLUP LUMP COAL
G ALLUP STOVE COAL
ALL KINDS OF WOOD
Ilurkt Chairman I'ro Teiu.
Washington, Feb, 16. Formal an
nouncement was made tonlKht that
Hepreesntatlve Charles 11. Murke of
South Dakota would act as chairman
pro tempore of the republican con
gressional committee while Chairman
Mi Kin lev Is cnaased as director of the
national Tafl bureau.
The best saddle horses to be had In
the city are at W. I Trimble's, 113
North ISecond street, l'lione 3.
tinlliip Ik (xuil, ll..M mt ton. Ai-
! I in I to. l'lione 2.M.
At 9 a. m.
Wanted Nurse alrl. Apply Mrs. I.
Weinman, "US West Copper.
The Best Preventive Known for
All Kinds of Diseases Is
(nod Sanitary plumbing In your borne
for this kind of work, call or phone
330. I'rompt attention and good re
sults. J. D. DRUMMOND,
116 South Third St.
A lariie assortment uf fUtnrra kepi
tiimilTratN MCTCAI. LIFE
INst ILWCK IH of Milwaukee
N. F. I.K M Kit, Manajrer.
Ill R"ii U) Ru I 'bona TI
We sell everything for a home from the cement for foot
ing to the varnish at the finish.
SUPERIOR LUMBER AND MILL CO.
Because the students of the Univer
sity of New Mexico "hove the goods,"
and because Mr. 8. K. Bunaer, super
intendent of the Hanta Fe reading
rooms. Is an enthusiastic booster for
M1 Mexico, the latter hus consented
to put the youna men and women of
tne varsity on the reading room cir
cuit, und is confident they will make
koou.. ints is an honor not llvshlly to
be regarded and one of thn host
tnniKH that has happened to the Uni
versity for years. What It means Is
evident when Mr. liiifwer says that
ne has on lile nearly 1.500 annlira
tlons from college Klee clubs and
similar organizations to no on the
ron a under the Heading Jtoom As
"ThVough the courtesy of Mr. Bus
ier," said President McQueen Oray,
of the University last nldrht, "1 am
most gratified to announce that
the twenty-four youm? ladies of
the Choral Club and the mem
bers of the youmr men's oranl
xatlon to be known as the "U.
.V. M. Kntertalners, will be given an
oioriiiiiii.y io snow wnat they can
do In the cities along the Santa Fe
system. The University is ouite con
fident and I am sure Mr. llusser is
alio, that the students will make good
in every sense or the word. In two or
thn j weeks the youn-if ladies will
start out on a tour of several
weeks us far west as San Francisco,
while the young men will go east to
Chicago for a two weeks' trip. The
understanding is that if the voungl
people maKe good they are to go on
for a long tour next summer. 1 tun
not express too strongly the Univer
sity's ueep appreciation of the co
operation and enthusiasm of Mr. Bus
ser und the Hanta Fe people, and It
goes without suylng thut this is a
sidendld opportunity, of which the
University students will muke the
Mr. Bu.'er was shown some of the
original topical songs prepared for
the Knteruilners," chiefly bv Dr.
dray himself, and any hesitation he
may have felt, turned instantly into
leniliusiusm. ."If tne young people
handle those songs riKht.'' said he.
'they can muke a thousand dollars a
week clear on the road next sum
mer.'' The superintendent thereuoon
promptly put down the Varsity boys
inn etris on bis list and thev will be
n ady to start out whenever he aava
the word. The superintendent's ac
tloii is ouite In line with his well
known Interest In the welfare of the
University und the city, and the im
mense advertising value to the school
of such a tour as this is fully aoiueci-
ated. Tlie annua, some of which have
been already published in the M nrn-
liitf Journal, will be chiefly pertaining
io current events, partlcularlv the na
tional political situation, und there
Is one ronjr with a rousing chorus
which It Is believed will lake the west
bv storm when once it gets started.
Tne Bona are being copyrighted.
There will he some special acts and
other stunts, u line of programs will
be completed which will make the
west sit up and listen, and Mr.
Charlts Andrews, the well known
tenor and musical director is meet
ing with splendid success in his dally
rehearsals of the students.
It is needless to state that there
is considerable exultation among the
stuot nts at the University and on the
part of Dr. tiray, who has been hard
it work for some weeks past in the
effort to bring the proposition to the
ui'ifKniui cuiiiiiiuuion wnun came
DEATHS AND FUNERALS.
l uiicrnl of .Initio. O'tVniior.
The funeral of James O'Connor,
AlhuiiieriUe pioneer, was held yester
day morning, reoulem high mass be
ing celebrated In the Immaculate
Conception church by llev. A. M
MandalHi-l. s. J. Iturlal took place In
Manta liar Oar a cemetery.
Funeral of Mr. Carolina Kerr.
The tuneral of the late Mrs. Caro
lina Kerr, a well known resident of
this city who died Wednesday, was
held jestcr.lav afternoon. The funeral
cortege proceeded from Crollott
Raters undertaking parlors to the
San Felipe de Nerl church, where
private services Were held, follow int.
which the body was consigned In its
last resting place in Santa Itarhnra
.e mriw.t f. i .-; . r
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BUY THE BEST.
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Exclusive Agents for
lie .'...), m the Hi.r.il.
t -mlt lump
HAHN COAL CO.
ANTHH At ITK. AI.I. SIIIX STEAM CXVtb
". factory Wood. Cord Wood. Kau KIsmIUbc rtra
Itrfc. lies tta, lsu I r llrt,. ( ,ssua.m Brh-k. Usa
CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBfR COMPANY t
A. II. CAKItOIX Mtam.
WsBofactar if KvsrytBlBK Ue4 la Rmklinff
Motto: IIIU UhlMx HM.UX, rUOITm."
Oimsrr TW4 mm4 Maras.
Want Duly on lead Itetalncd.
Spokane, Wash., Feb. 1 A reso
lution protcstniir to congress again'.
any reduction In the dulv on lead an 1
xine was adopted by the Northwest
Miners' convention today. A protest
was telegraphed to the senate com
mittee now considering the metal
Results From Journal Want Adj
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
Iadlr' Work XeaUy DoasN
THE LINCOLN HOUSE
l K. tXXl 5THKKT.
' - (THE LAST WORD IN CLOTHING.) ' . - "
We guarantee fit and quality and you do not run any risk of hav
ing 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 before you part with any money.
See our new Styleplus Blue Serges at $17.00. You cannot beat ttieni
for $20.00 any place.
A good assortment of new Spring Shirts, Hats and Shoes now on
CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER
the Indiana grocery
Have you feen our new Sanitary Pickle Jura? None in the city
can compare with them.
Bulk Olives, per pint
Sweet Pickles, per pint
Sour Pickles, per pint
Dill Pickles, 3 f.r
Mince Meat, per pint
Heinz Sweet Relish, per pint
PRICES REASONABLE. DELIVERIES PROMPT.
612 North Fifth Street. R. R. BORUFF, Prop.
There is a glorious opportunity to save money. It
is the time of the year when we hold our Semi-Annual
Clearance Sale and Shoes are actually forced right out
of our store by the cut prices we place on them on this
occasion, If the saving of a nice little sum of Shoe
money is an object to you, come right to this Shoe Sale
and save it!
Never mind how many Shoes you have Shoes are
Shoes always and there is plenty of weather ahead for
the kind of Shoes we are selling, and another pair or two
at present prices will be a good investment.
OUR SHOES MUST GO!
$3.00 $4.50 tt-00 $3..r,0 $3.00 i2.a
C UT TO SI. 00 $:l.60 $:l.20 i.H Si. iO S2.20
12. Ml 2.00 (1.75 tl.f.0 SI . 25 $1.00
(IT TO S2.00 ll.lll, $1.10 81.20 $1.00 $ .HO
Specials in the
TABLE LINEN All linen and full width, value 90c,
Pf'ced at 75c per yd.
HEMMED NAPKINS Dice Pattern, size 17x17, value
$1.35, priced at $1.10 per doz.
HUCK TOWELS Regular size and good weight, value
$1 .35, priced at $ 1 . 1 0 per doz.
aLZ ft ni
307 W. Central.
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