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7 1 EIGHT Crescent Hardware Company Stoves. Mange. 11one Furnishing- Ciood. Outcry, Tool. Iron ripe, Yalvc and Fitting. I'liimblng, IImiUhc. Tin and '"?'Vpk- . Sl W. CKXTKAU AY V.. TKI.l 1'JIONK 31.1 Try Matthew's Absolutely Pure TT-w-w-T T r T : : A Rogers' Silverwa x Coupon in Every Sack of EMPRESS FLOUR A. Do You Know Von inn buy from n liny lime, loo iim Kiihk crackers ami cukes, assorted or straight kinds, three Kickiigis. fr I!-"'. VmuU' IWiiikI Milk, t-V. Ijiriti, mil chiii of Milk, Hk'. frciim of Wheat mill linl slon's t:, Hulled Outs, Hie. Wr Iiiiw nut niiv ( ullfoi nlii binil lettuce lite: three for 8-"h t alirorula gns'ii airgtis, hm. i liil IimIh v only I ""1 K'r mhhiiI. Mop Irish IoiiihIooh, 20c or HIUI. KTi.itrjutir.M Mr ulll bum Just as mmiii as Ibrjf arc really good. Ward's Store HOMEn n. wAiin, Mgr. 1S Marbl. Are. 1'bone tt0. HAIR Manicuring DRESSING Ili-alda Made Cp Ootnliliia;, hluun pfiolng- from -ltoliolyod- -Facial Cleansl ng - MRS .CLAY Opp. P. O.- -I'bnue Ml If vyou need a carpenter, telephone tluarelden, phone S 77. fZ Everybody's Doing It... (cttinc int" tlicir new sprint You'll fm.l the ltt carinff !vossoil men Stein Block Company's ..!.!v Suit-. I,ria-sari-$J()o$.5 lr,- X II'. Shirt in - .Si lr. ,: ,'tson's r.ikish .jwi cntr:i- I'riA.'i . i f.'iir-iit-Jiiini '(t.f. nil shim) , '. l !", jJi'.' It I:, .wiry in f MAIL OiDr.KS SOI.kTI'I'.I) O!nsliluirn(0.i Velvet Ice Cream Phone 420 iiniintlltlttH tt-f - T - -- -- -- W I LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers Ciiileiiakors mill lOnibalmer. I't'oiiipl Service I lily or Night. Toil-idiom" J.V Hesldoiioo H. Strong I II U .. Copper mill Second. In th event that' you ahould not receive your morning pa per, telephone tha I'OHTAl, TKI.EU HAI'll CO., giving your name and addrcas and the pa per will be delivered by a spe cial meaaenger. Tba telephone la No. IS. is.no Howard $5.00 The above reward will be paid for the arrat and con rlollon of anyone caught steal Inir copies of the Morning Journal from the doorway of uhacribera. JUUltNAL FUDLISIIINO CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST wf.atiifk hki-out. For tbo twenty-four hottra ending al IS o'clock yesterday evening. Maximum temperature, t. uegrora, minimum temperature, HI; ratine, !!. Temperature nt li p. in. yeslor diiy. 34, aouthvveHl winds; pnrlly cloudy. lX)Ki:CAST. WaxliliiKloii. April 12. Ni'W Mfxlro Snow north; fulr aoiub iioribm Hut urdny; oiiolor xoulliriint; Huudiiy full-. W'lwt Ti'XiiH Kiilr mid rolib;r Hutni' day; Hiiml-ty llr. Ai lif inn I'nir mid anmi-w but warm er Hiiltiiday; Hornln y wmiiiut. Ir. Connnr, Oioi.th, 6, Storn hlilf. Ivm, HorlMt. Mionn 733. Ir. Koliwoiilkor, Otoopiith. Tol. 717. Wanted flran i-nmni rn. Jour nai office. 2V4 coma a pound. SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. IF ViF IIWi: l ltl K.MT tt)MIti MITII V is. KO Till' It I '.ST. SPECIAL SALE. Two-yi'ur Itnao riunlM, 25c 12. iO pi r ilimi'it. l i s. i i.oi:isr. I'bono tXi. each : r&Jht'Xj I 7 T C f Fuel Co. Phone 251. First and Granite. GALLUP LUMP COAL GALLUP STOVE COAL ALL KINDS OF WOOD ill f ' ': .ill 3 SUN PORCHES. SCREENED PORCHES AND ALL KINDS OF PORCH AND SCREEN WORK AT THE SUPERIOR PLANING MILL . Vrrllhm I limp .all ip I iinip HAHIMCOALCO. l-IIOM HI. I Mil I I I , Al.l Ml . M l M IMI . Coke. Mill I .1..r ir.l W.hI. Nailtr Kliolltiic, llro k. I lor la. S.mia I o llib k. oiiinton Itrk k. I lino Gross, Kelly V ii..lei.el,' i',r. t in Wool, Hides, Pelts K Im- t,ta V M . liiiMii-riM. N. I'l-,,. . M 1 Charles Ilfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA THE ALBUQUERQUE rssxz The Best Books for SOc Hook tlml were wild recently fur Sl.no. Homo of tho 1Kb-?.: S Older No. II X iuii i iii in ! alia in Cable 'Iho Masipierniler Hie llarrli-r Tho lira I tow I a ,vls KiiiiiI Tlml lYIrrtrr of l'ib-11'i The I air ixl Tin' Weaver 'I In- Message, mill others. Over lino 'lit Send for IM. STRONG'S Book Store "Vmir Money Mack If Von WuiH II." V. S. Ml-rn, of Cuba, In KnndltiK u lfv diiyH In llH' rlty on luniiu-N. M. :iiIIIiim nuno down Insat iiiMbl frinii Imh Vi-kiih on a brlrf busliu'ss trip. Itohcrt Murtln, of Ctuhlllo, Ih i prndiiiK a few days liuro on IiiimI nfMi. Till TO Will bo It Kpoollll llllI'llllK of the Wooilimn or l bo World toniKht ut H o'rloik. MrH. J. K. I)illart has rotnrnod from K.ninaa Clly, whoro kIio hml Iioiii for I ho piiat kIx wei.li on o vIhII. cbcHtiT Frani is Hi-IiIh r. u hoii of Mr. find Mm. ( . ;. Hobbor. li ft last nlKht for Hun Dli-co, Cul., wIiito In-ROf-a for a vImII of a month or two. W. M. MCoy, Htati- Hi'iiator from TorratMV county, iind his wile, woro hi-rn yoKlirdny on Uk-Ii- way homo from Hanta Fo to Mounlalnulr to re main oVit Sunday. 11. M. Muhmoro, dlvl.sion foro miin ' for tin? Sunta Fo, with boHd iliiartciH nt Hi-Ion, arrlvod biHt. nlKht lor u brli-f titay lure on railroad lillKilll'HH. C. V. llanlon, of Moiinlainnir, n nii'Milicr of tho tie iind Ilmbor m-r-vlio of tho Kanta l-'o, artivi-d horo lant night. K. A. (Jonlon'anil n parly of frloiida nrrlvod IiimI nlKht from lloston. and will Hpi'iid the day hi-ic. Tlu-y an iruvolinK In Iho Pullman private cur, Muyllovvcr. I.. A. Miilti'iiioif, niimtor mi ctianlc for the Santa Fo here, re turned last ulnht from a trip over the noulhnrn illvlnlon, which Is under bin JtnlMdlcilon. W. D. Shea, triivcliiiK freight mid pHHKOtiKer agenl for Hie l)ener it Klii (!randi) nystem, Ih n buslniHK vlHltor in tlu- illy today, having ar rived ia.st ii I k lit. I,. II, ItiKlee, general purchasing agent of the American Lumber (.'inn puny, returned Thursday from a IniHliieSH trip to tho company's plant in Iho Zuiil niounlalns. (!-licral Manager I'rcd C. Fox, of the western linos of tho Simla Fo, paused through tbo city last night on his way homo to Amarlilo, Tex., alter n visit In Santa l-'e. The moinhcta of tho Ijulios Abl society of tho First Mi tliodlm church are reitiicsted l() attend Iho funeral of M I'm, H, 11 Ives Sunday niorulng al I I o i lock in the c linn li. W. M. Shacklcford. a former resi dent of this oily, but who Is noiv making his homo In Denur, returned to Hie Colorado metropolis last night ufli-r a brief business visit hero, W. A. Cameron, traveling; freight and passcUKer ugent lor the Santa Fe. was in Iho i It v last night between , trains, after h trip over Iho cut-off. He iiiutinued l' Kl I 'a so on No. 809. I liailroaii officials nay that the ' C. N. M, Hills (ilo,. cluh, which has I been loui iiiK the coast lines, under the auspices of the Santa Fo leading mom K.vMcin. will likely return April l.-.th. I .1. M'. .'ih nc . r, rcires. nting the lioss rrlntins I'ress Company, with he.nliiiarters in I'blc.igo. Is hi the city li day. 'le will coiillnuo west to I .os Angeles on today's Califoinl:' Hooted. iMIn I'.erp.f and party, who ThoiMlay piloted the l.os Angeles pa Hit inili-r cur lo Santa Fo. returned home yistelil.ll. The Hip goll)f and eoiniii .is mudc m rei oi il time and M Itllollt misliiip. Mis .1 V. Clark ami daughter. Miw l.-lilli Clark, family of rrofessor l,.ik. pttiicipai of Hie Third ward i liool, Hiv ni niiiKiiiK lor an oxtond- IVrrllbw (.allup Mtoif & Co. (Inc.) and IVslrr in and Goat Skins M . TiionnH-ai I. . TriiildaJ, toli ororui. V M. MORNING'JOURNAL. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1912. ed trip to the old fnmily home at Londonderry, Ireland. Sheriff Rmll James, of Sooorro county, arrived last night from Sunta Fe. where he hail gone to com mit aeveral prisoners to the penilen I tiary. He will continue smiih to bis ! home this morning. I W. C. Keodall, aheriff of Sierra county, arrived from Santa Fe last night, where he had been to take a party of prisoner to the penitentiary, mid will ooiitlntio in his home at Millsboro thla morning. All Knights of Columbus who can ilfl so fire asked to atli nil tbu funeral in.sK for our lat brother, Kdwurd i. rob, which will be held iii the church of the Iminaonlale Conception at H o'clock this mornint!. J. W. I'ristel, grand knighl. Mr. and Mra. rcdwanl Koeliler, of Adraln, Mich, have arrived in Albu iieripii! and may decide to locate bore permanently. They have been 111 .New Mexico aeveral months, speiuiitiK most of their time at Sil ver City. They are personal friends of Ceoige I. Learnanl. Member of the Woman's Home Missionary society of the Lead Ave nue Methodist church, and the Woninn'a Christian Temperance I'nlon are requested to attend the funeral of Mrs. II. II, Ives tomorrow morning and (he funeral of Itcv. Ira C. Carl wrlght tomorrow afternoon. MemliiTH of the two ortraniziilions an- asked to be present at the church fifteen minutes before services begin for each funeral, Mrs, John Struniqtiis went to (in Hup yesterday morning on the California limited, noirm there to meet MIhs Paulino Cartwright ami break the news to hi r of the death of her lather, the P.ev. Ira ('. Cart wright. Miss Cartwri'ht is on her return from a trip pver Hie oonsst lines with tbu (Jill's clonal club of tho university. Accompanied by Mrs. Strmnouist she N expected to anive homo this morning on Santa Fe train No. 1 . According to advices iho Seven Lakes oil fi let In tho past two v drilling of u total of the field. Tho Tlnteio received from Id have been eeks for the l.'H wells in Oil Company of this city, recenlly lot a contract for a well which Is to be put down 2.000 feet, fir until oil In commercial quantities Is struck. This well Is al ready down ,11m feit, operations being temporarily d' layi d by the non-arrival of cas,inr which Is now on the way from McKoosporl. Pa. William II. King, for some year general foreman of tin- bl'c manufacturing- plant of tho Am -clean Lumber Company, yesterday was ad vanced lo the position of general superintendent, working under the personal direction "President and (ieneral Manager I ll. Koch. The position of general .superintendent had been A-acant .for some time, or ever since the death of Klmer L". Kvans. Mr. King's promotion is a reward for long and faithful work in the Interest of the corporation. M. C. (larcla, of this city. Is in re ceipt of a copy of a proclamation Is sued by Oeneral l-'aacual ( iroxeo, leader of the Mexican liberals, hi which he appeals lo the regular uimv of Mexico and all citizens who de sire a republican form of govern ment to rally to bin cause and help overthrow President M.uleid, v limn he (Orozco) helped to plaiv In ol'lioe i lu ".iu.JUJjai j .ju-j . .rrr I JOHN DEERE VEIilQtS AND IMPLEMENTS Harrows Plows Cultivators Garden Tools Albuquerque Carriage ( "UNIVERSAL" Model I 1 ' I 'HE "Happy Medium" in Semi-fr.'r-toed sh(Ks. I 'Extremely co;j i tahh; while lieinir up-to-the- I illt'Ul 111 UllP. i.VjiiVe)riun, m Its line, ca.sj-i7i(j(iua!ities are due, in kiifre mea.sure, to the skillful "rocker" convex curve of sole, with concave ' curve of upper. I o fin.: . i... : I. .... I ' I that will not wrinkle (throusii iT3 ( I excessive slackening of leather) ' 1 when forepart of shoe is bent in fy nl I I I walking. -l&v$ . I o I SPECIF1CATI0NS' A - I I -Black Smooth Calf Si H 'jfc ''v J I 1 1 Mine I 1 io.. .u . . . i f !bjt:V. M'i".. rV -x- J I it I I -Vulo ' '",, J S Iii ! ( "stock noS; ; iw 1 ' aWI I 7491-9187 I lio i j i : I WEST CtrTTRAL AVE?vJ) j 600CH I Groc ry Specials i for Saturday. With each grocery order .today: 15 Us. C-iiaiiilatodVPHSl!i'.,a5l.M) S bars Lenox Soap- .,,.,' . ,25 3 cans Sliced Tclitio Peaclu-a ..'.... 1.00 1 thre.'-poiind can Aspara- giis 2. I'.anan.'iH, per loz. 20 tiatnieal, parkngo 10 Hi-lnx Chow Chow, pint .. .15 Heinz Pickle Lilly .15 Speckled Trout Cigars, to day only, for OS We have a choice line of frnlta and vegetables. We miarantea our oods lo be as good as any In town and wo sell them for less. We would like to have your grocery order today, and we. will please you or refund your mon . f J. M. Gooch 211 AVot r ill Ave, I'hono 01 when M.idero wan flghtlnK to down the government of Porfirio I'Jiaz. The communication is printed in Spanish and goes inlo detail rettuj-il inj; tl a uses of the pi'esallt revolu tion and what the people may evpePl if ornxoo triumphs. Tin danci on F Snyder orchestra will give a tonight at Iho odd Fellows' hall Ulll Second street for the benefit tlm 1,1'tH, .relic all I tl a. cuts; Kvor.v body ladies free. illVitell. Wanted Rxperleneed saleswomen. Apply at The Economist. The best saddle horses to be had la the city are at W. L. Trimble'a, 113 North Second street. Phone 3. Ask or iho Col'li'i us about ";i.C" Whole Dry Milk 2lllh ( en! nr. v .Milkman. C. A A. Co., 2IS S. Kcf'tind street. Pat ty holding baggage of L. O. Par low communicate with Mrs. 1,. O. Parlow, Hetliama, Forsyth Co., North Carolina. The svvellust turnouts and cabs in tho city are at Trimble's, 113 North Second street. Phono 3. Ilsal fashion. Pungalow millinery shop. Take ear norlh on 2d to 12th & Mt. rd. I will ho t; rat clu I to loo (htmiii who borrowed Iho Nth Volumo of Consti tutions mid ( bailers if he will re t in ii it to my olViec. HI VMi V. ( 1.AXCV. i Harness Saddles Buggies Wagons Company, (oiixfi: l'liisr AMI TIJF.HAS CHILD LABOR BILL IS BEFORE ARIZONA SOLONS Phoenix. Ariz., April 12. The child labor law Introduced In the Arizona senate by President M. Cunlffe, gained aupportera today and the legislators freely predicted ita passage. The bill would prohibit any child under 16 engaging In any hazardous or unhealthftil employ ment. Tile principal objection to this clause came from the' mining dis tricts. Tho bill flxeg the minimum ega limit at 14 years. ,fc Senator Woisiey a compulsory education bill was recommended U Ini hs by the senate today silting as e committee of the whole, j ' The house passed a bill providing a line of Jf.'iOO or six months Imprison. ; incut as a penalty lor any one c: iip'ting money from a working mai i as the prii of oblalnfng or holding employment, I Tlnnfi- lfbirtlU ri"k1fvl'f.fl 11 lirit'tdr fit the Santa Fe depot, was yesterday 1 -"H io bv r locil magistrate f Insulting; a lady. Rogers la said to ic.ic spoken ui terms of high uisre spoct to a white woman. Police of ficials say he has made himself ob noxious several times .J. before. The Queen Esther club of the First Lai, list church will conduct a homo- ! cooking sale Saturday, April 13th, I uftirnoon and evening, nt M'ulny'a giocery. Come and buy your Sunri iy dinner. ' Dusors' Silver to be obtained with MI'nKSS coupons Is a delight to own the moat fastidious taste. A cou pon In every sack. If Interested in teas nnd coffees of superior finality, en 11 at Hugh J. Trot ler'a today, where tho merits of Hour's Quality Coffees and Koyal Harden Teas will lie demonstrated nna explained. If interested in teas and coffees of superior quality, call at Hugh J. Trot ter's today, where the merits of Mom's Quality Coffees and Koyal f!ard--n Teas will be demonstrated and explained. Notice to Taxpayers. Plouso oiill lit I In assessor's of fice ut the court house, and make your retell ii on real anil personal iroM'i-tv. If said i-ctui-ii Is not iniiilo on ir before Hie .'till 1 1 day of April, tbo asse-Mir will make ret in n of your proporlv anil All A I'K.X.V LTY OF T HXTVIM F PI . II ( KM', AS KKUI IUI-.II V LAW. fim:i n. IIFYX, Assessor. AUCTION TOIMY, April llllli, at 2 p. m sharp, in front of Frank's Auction. House, 1 will sell at public auction, for account of whom it may concern, one REO (2-seated) RUNABOUT This car Is in perfect running con dition, is fully equipped, can be in spected at Hudson's garage, at f. 1 3 West Central up to day of sale. Terms l can be arranged. FRANK, the Auctioneer. lis Noinii si:com ST., (Near Central Avenue.) WAHEHHl lRE FOR PENT. John street on sidetrack. Inquire Haldridge Lumber Co. i ! I WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractor. Figures and workmanship count We guarantee mora for your money than any other contracting firm In Al buquerque. Office at SCI'DUOrt FLAXRt'O MTLIa. I'hone S77. GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE Abstract!, Fire Insurance, Civil Engineering-, Surety Bond ileal Estate an I Ixnni. Phona US. Rooms I A I Stern Bide, j Saturday Special: Handkerchiefs Trinity women will reviire no urgine; to purchase heavily at thi sale daintiness and durability arc sel dom to lie obtained at so small a cost. How ab mt fuliirr needs if you arc plentifully sup plied at present ? P.a renins like the-e surely merit your attention : All Linen (, f,,r j;c Linen ami I-'aney .1 f,r 25c All Linen J f,,r 25c PHONE 283. Ctjrrlht Hurt Ikhrfner St Mn YOU needn't be afraid to be seen anywhere wearing Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; they'll be a credit to you wherever you go. We're glad to have men whom we clothe travel around some; it's good advertising for the town. All clothes dont doit; but these do, New Spring Suits nnd Over coats in the latest models and fabrics. Suits $20.00 ami up. Simon Stern The Central Avenue IVLIIIVI This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. AUCTION ! T(IY, April l:!lh, promptly al 2:l!0 p. in., al I HANK'S Al ( TK iioisi:, i ig ( it i ii si.((ii sr.. will sell at public auction, without limit or reserve, a house full of furni ture, etc., consisting in part as fol lows: ilirdseye maple bedroom set. complete; Early English dining table, buffet and chairs lo mulch; ranges, carpets, refrigerators, leather rockers, oak rockers, iron beds, sewing ma chine, kitchen utensils, 11 brand new kitchen tallies, music box, a new porch swings with -chains, oomph-lc; several new Navajo rugs, sent In by an out-of-town concern. Anyone wishing to dispose of furni ture (one piece or more) can send same to be sold at this sale. l!e J member, this Pat unlay, and every Sat urday, a house full, at auction at your own price. Frank's Auction House 118 XOKTII SIK'OXn ST. (Near Central Avenue.) Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. A, H. Carroll, Mgr. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette, Phone 8. 307 West Central.