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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, KAY 10, 1912.
EIGHT ' HIMIMIIHt ' If i Crescent Hardware Company verve. ICnfFt, I1M FtraMiig Good. Cilery, Toole, Item Pip. alr and Fitting.. PloabUig. Healing. Tla J22K JJit. . . IS VV f HJfTK.U. AVE. TELfcPHO&IS ! i n 1 1 1 ii i n i ttrt ft Eat the Popular Ice Cream. Matthew's TELEPHONE A Rogers' Silverware Coupon in Every Sack of EMPRESS FLOUR t IMHIIII Charles Ilfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA PRIMROSE I BUTTER 1 The kind that has stood the test months in and months out, year after year. 35c Per Pound WARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. f 315 Marble Ave. I'ltone ZO. J I itM ana HWMtMIMHIIIMII J GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE Abstracts, Fir Inauranca, Civil Enf lnarin, 8ur.tr Bond Real Estate and Loan. Prion 111. Room a I fc'tera Bide. HAIR DRESSING MANICURING Ilrakla snade) ap fmta Coeabtngs. fcwltrboa Dyed. Kbaanpoolnf, rarial Claan. MRS. CLAY. Oppoalta Poatofrkie, Telephoaa III Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. A, H. Carrol!, Mgr. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8, . WALLACE HESSELDEN Omt-raJ Coatranora. Pla-nrM and workmanahlp eoaat ft cuarantaa mora for your giM lha any oihrr rrn(raotD( Urn la aJ luguarua Off Ira at bCTEKinil Pl.t TIX a HTXL Pboee 171 E. LEROY Y0TT, Craduala of tha Normal Depart itiftil of tha American Conaarvatorj of Wualc, Chlcaaa, 111. Tnachtr of VIOI.IS. IIAltMd.W and COCJTTEW- IMINT. t'l.jdlo l n.rn.u At Btudlo by Apolntmrnt Only. IIK7J. P. O. Ilol 107. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results The Best Place to Eat THE HOME RESTAURANT SO& Uh i.... - N. t to llr-t Nj.iimnl Hank SUN PORCHES, SCREENED PORCHES AND ALL KINDS . OF PORCH AND SCREEN WORK AT THE SUPERIOR PLANING MILL l crrUI.Hi Lump t.allup I boi HAHNCOALCO. nioxr t. ANTIlll (T7T, AIX KlXlJi. r-TF-AM fx) U .ke Mill I .'nr, V.id. 'd W Natlie Kladltac Plra ItrlrlL, lire I'tay. Kanta I e Hrk-k, t imma llrirk, liaae Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.) Wholesale Gruoer. and Dealer la Wool. Hides, Pelts and Goat Skins 1 U Vtfae, K. M, Albaaaerawa. K. M, T.raaar.rl. . M, TrtnMad, (van, toM. S. M, lruaa, M. M, At All Leading Fountains. Velvet Cream ORDERS, , ' LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS a. 1 Strong Brothers rndertaknra and Knbalm. Prompt fcmlrt Day or .V Igbt Trte-pbooe 11. HrUimrf M. Ktrong 111k, Copper and fseoondl to in ta.i you aaoui. uui receive rou morale pa ir. telephone lb. POiTAL I'Kl.KtiftAFH CU. sivins foul n kiic tin) dr and ihe pa per ail) be delivered by a .po rtal mrwiit 11a tei.pbon i No. II tt.OO lb-wart W.M The above reward will be paid (or th arrest and con rtction of enon e jht steel in n.pL u( the Morula. Journal Iron, 'h l-rwaira nl iCI.'H.VAI. Pt BLJS'lHNK . . kuunk iibitiw vi iiiikiikui WE.THKU IU.TORT. For ihm iwenty-fuur buura andiaa at I o'clock yeatcrday venkna alailmum temperaiur, 71 avre: minimum temiwratura. It dcrreoa: rnf, l rra. Temprratura at t p. m. )Mtrdr-. tt drroea. Waat wlnda; partly cloudy; liht .ho era. WEATHKR XRECAST. Waahlncton, May I. Naw Mk1co Fair In auuth. ahowara In north por tion Friday, cooler In aoutheail por tion; Saturday fair, warmer. Wrat T'axaa Fair In waat; ahowari and coo lor In eaat and north por tions Friday; Saturday fair, warmer In weat portion. Arizona Generally fair Friday, warmer In eat and central portion, aalurday fair. Dr. Oaaaar. Oatenpatb. a. Pan Mda. Plow era for Motlirr'a Day. It re Iturtat. Dr. Krbweotkrr. Oateopath. Tet f IT. Wan ltd Clean cotton rasa. Jour na office, t H canta a pound W. n. flurch. .f Loa Cerrllloa, U a vlaiior ht-re. C. C. rior. of Fort Humner. 1 h-r for a ft-w d' vl.lt. K. II. Mukfonl. of Ixmln. i here ftrily un lulnaa. f. H. Klolaey, of Ziml. la spending a f w il. hrre on Itu.lnraa. I'.ollln Hitter, a r il-nl of black ro.lt, U hrrr f tr a Iflif vi.lt. I. It. Iixvl. of Iatil. la vl.ltlr. AH unm r'iu- for a dHy or two. II. J. ir'-n l InTr for a few da" 1 uln'. nit In ici hi. home at iun 1'eil r. I. K. K'Ml.n. of Ij. Junta, a rail ro.d of'i.Kil, I. a l'U-.lnea vlaltor In AlhuiiieriiUt toilay. r,nliin IlLinrro la In the rtty on a from hi. rioma at Ix SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. i Tor nirr mnr.irt rtiuivn U.mn - rn r ix the rit TRY US tvmn Mue I ..I i p Mo LATE BoOKS H a bar a complete Bne of the Mnt and awost popular Book paMtaiMd. They " U wort rending Through the Postera Gale, Bar The Ma of (fa father, DUoa. Japoocir. Chamber. Jofca Raws, Hough. The Mover Maoa. tan. Ilia Ma to Power, Miller. The llarroater. Porter. Tb Winning of Barbara Worta, Wrlgbt. Tha Iron Woanaa, DelaUftd. The Ne'er Do Well. Beacb. A Weaver of Dreajna, Reed. Tb Case of Richard MyoeO. Ward. The Ctoaunoa Law, CauuBbera. Mary M Idthorne, McCatctoeoo. STRONG'S Book Store Tour Money Back if To) Waal IL" SPIRELLA CORSETS. Wad t meaaur and fitted la our ova home. ELSIE R. MILLER, Pbooa 1174 421 W. Harqaett Vera. He la a manufactuiina' drug - Hush Chalmera, pr'-nldent of tb Chalmera Motor Car Company, waa a paaaenger on No. 4 for the eaat Uat nlaht. P. i, Moraa. of thla city, and Will lam A. Oolden, of Ienver, postoffice lnnpectora, are here for a few day I on ouineaa- a Carl H. Lfebke, traveling- a-ent fori th New York Central llnea. tpenljj yeaterday here looking after tune.T J IT if daughter T I'edro to T ir uia iviu. Mr, llafnea Oiidley and d arriTta ia.i r.ii(iii irom MD rturo A Join Mr. Gridiey. who came to tbe'X c;ty Welneday. Bom to Mr. and Mm J. B. McOulp- T nea yesterday morning, a 11-pound J 1 lo'. The new arrival la a f randaon of a Attorney E.frgo Lsaca. Sam Bushman and A. T. Herman. atiorn) of Gallup, were here e (rdiiy to preaent certain legal mat ter. bf rt Judge ItaynoidM, W. M. Linton, a K nta Fe offki.il. and an authority on livr-tck, 1. a o ji'int-sa visitor here, havioa: arrived yerlerday evenii.e. He I from Am- Fai Valverde, candidate for con trrHmm on the t-mocratio lirlf lat yar. errivel laat night and will rend a day or two here. He - U ttuin Clayton. There wi;i be a regular meeting- of Harmony Idge No. 1, I. O. O. F. to n thl at odd Fellowa' hall There will be Initiation and other Important bulr.n transacted. Gov. William C. McDonald, accom- j panied by Mr. McDonald, came down Uat night from Hanta Fe to attend the banquet of the New Mexico He tail Merchant. aMocUitlon. The Champ Clark club will meet to night at I o'clock In the atore room t 111 Weat Oold. Preparation for booeting Clark at the county and atate convention will be made. Mr. William Todd, wnoee bunband died March 24th, wlhea to acknowl edge the prompt payment made by the Modern Woodmen of America on an Insurance certificate carried by him In thl order. A complaint mi yeaterday Hied by Fuaan France Hendmon agaimt W. W. Henderaon. Orleana H-nct-rnn Florence Henderaon and Mn A. J I Clavan, to quiet title to certain real wale in tha city. Deputy Sheriff A. C. Burtlea. will tak Dan Glllan. aelf -confeaaed horse thief, to Santa Fe thia morning to be gin serving the eighteen month' aen tenr Impoaeri on him by Judge Herbert F, Haynolda. Ilyron Harvey and Mr. and Mr. J. F. .Huckel, the two men being prom inently connected with the Harvey eyatem, paraed through here Ut nlKht on No. I on their way home after a trip to the co'.. Mr.. . II. (ileward will entertain the l'(n Circle ladies of the Grand Army literary and aewlng aocb-ty at tha home of her daughter, Mr, il 11 Chamberlain. l:i We-t Central ave nue, at 2.0 p. ni. A full attendance desired. There wilj be .rvliea at Temple Albert at '.ii tonight. In the ab ni of Ir. Mendel hilber. lr. Kd ward McQueen Gray, prer-irtent of the unltersli, will occupy the pulpit. His auhjeit will be "The Moth.-ra o! Israel " It. L. Wooiton returned lact night from a brief trip north on busmen. C. Iianslgrr and wife are visitor In the city Irom their home at I-a Vegas, having arrived la't tiuxht. Mr. fnhiiKtr i a men hunt of the Meadow City. All member, of Albuquerque coun cil. Knight of Columbus. are re quested to meet at Borders' chapel thl afternoon t a 1 to -rort the h'xiy of the late Mi hael A. O'Neill to the t.illon. Hy order of 1. W. Preatel. grsnd kmght- Tha 11. V. P. I . will meet for buAine. anil social -,ion thl even- r.g at 1 uilmk at the home of Mr. and Mr. l-in. ;i H.oth ;rodway A .rdm InvH.tn n la eterd-d to all tit-He interested In th- It. Y. P. V. to 4't-rd the r-itherinff. llr. at.d Mrs. J. .ih F-amett hav a. th-lr gu.-ts Mr. snd Mr. Frank Kv y, prii-irent p.-opl trom rn Francis, n. Mr. at.d Mr. I'arreM. C:tHrle4 by the vl-ltor.. Will leav. . ! on Hie lirtiite.t Vaturd. v afternoon f" N- Y..r, frem hH h city the party j, HI Mil tr Kun.pe. They will b ilh- ri i-rol'fl iy the .mire summ.r on .-.ii'ii.lay n.orturg. May IUU. at t I s bnui tfu.i:r chiirch Ah ! n Auirre will be united lr. Ii-.-!- ve to Mi. J..f.t. Cu.tlllo. I;. . r.xh.r. of ly-a I en... will t-er- f-r-n the creniotiv. The bride-to-be l the dniichter i f Kmllianci Castillo a . known cltis-n of lv Lunaa. a bile Mr. ACUlrre I the aon of I'lUr iguirre, a prominent ranthmaa of Inte This evet.lrc at the Salvation Arm? barracks. II Weat Oold avenua, M lr Frank Wane, aetretarv of tha ng peoples aulliarr of the KaI vation Army of the l;.M-kv Mount. lr .tea, will conduct atieclal eervlcea There will be no admiaaioa and the general public la cordially Jnvlted to hear M)oe Walte. a he far enter taining talker. Aak a aa.u -Jt-O- iraola Dr Mob ar taa tttt OnaXary Mllkaaaa C. at A. t'vetea Oa, XWg a, ccud M ! MlUrifr i vviini f f vau Italics a Good FAST jT L B. P. OR MEX-ZONA COFFEES The House of Putney x Offers tg the trade the very best val ues obtainable in n- COFFEES No pains have been spared to procure the very finest ar ticles for the money Quality is Guaranteed Try a Package Per l.h. LB. P. - - -40c Mcx-Zona - - 35c Putney's Spc'l 30c BRftK for sale by all Retail Grocers PUTNEY HAS IT ! I A NE important advantage which you .gain in buying your clothes ready-made, as against having them it v z tailor-made, is the saving Naturally any man who would just as soon wait a thing to be gamed by it it There isn't; we'll fit fit th2n most tailors can give you; at less money. They re Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; all-wool, perfectly finished. Simon Stern THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER GREAT STRIKE BE CALLED BY Federation of Federations Or ders. Vote to Determine Whether or Not 300,000 Laborers Shall Walk Out. Br Mernntg Joaraal Special Leued Wlea I Kanea City, May J. Strike ballots; have been sent to the 200,000 members ( of the Federation of Federation to determine wht-ther the shopmen on forty-seven railroads west and south of Chicago shall strike in sympathy with the men now out on the Harrl rrtan line, according lu announcement made here tonight by J. A. Franklin, one of the committee of twelve inter national presidents. The trike vote is i einit taken in view of a resolution adopted by the Federation of Federa tion to take such action unles inter vention In the trouble of the triklnt Harriman shopmen was not forth coming by federal authorise. Then the federation officials an nounced unless an answer was re ceived from the president a strike vote would be taken, not In sympathy with the strikers, but because they would believe that all requests for mediation In future disputes between employe and the railroads would be treated in the same manner. Beautiful hats, reasonable price. Bungalow Millinery Shop for sale. If you need a carpenter, telephone Heaseldrn. pbone 171. a SPECIAL SALE BEPDINO GERANIUMS, IN X BCD AND BLOOM. i 10c Each IVES, Florist. X Phone 711. Fourth and Santa Fe. MAY SHOPMEN Attractive Business Wagons. Do you get th full benefit of the money Invested In your Delivery Wagcn? I It a fine, attractive, useful advertising medium which keeps running th. year round, advertising your business T If you want a business wagon that will properly repreeent you, and on that win give year of service and want It at a reasonable price, call on u. W hav It. Albuquerque Carriage Co., HIGH-GRADE VEHICLES. Children's Wash Dresses A mother remarked the other day, "It doesn't pay me to make up dresses for the children as long as I can get such good wearing garments as you sell for so little money." 1 Certainly nobody could ever make any better fitting or better looking ones than the maker of whom we buy. We know the cloth is wear-resisting and the work manship of the sturdiest and we kept this in mind when we placed our order. They range in size all the way from 2 to 14 years, made of Gingham, Chambray and Percale in plain and fancy colors and are priced from 35c to $2.25. cC3 PHONE 233. of time. cares about his clothes couple of weeks it there s any- i you in an hour, or less; better I Our boys department te full 01 good things. See our school suit, also washable suits for the little fel lows. AU moderately priced. Simon Stern. - Th beat saddle borsea to be bad li th city are at W. L. Trimble's, 11 : North Second street. Phone I. ' Tb gwellaet turnouts and cab In the city ar at Trimble's, 111 Nortb Second street. Phone I. L TODAY One thousand boxes of Strawberries 3 for 25c One 3-lb. can of i 6 O'clock Coffee Steel Cut $1.00 I 1 x IGooclh 211 W. Central. CORNER FIRST AND TTJERAS 307 West CentraL SPECiA E I he GoUen Me Dry Co. Announces I Special Sale of ALL LADIES' SUITS Final Clearance Sale Prices to Prevail. Buy Now! See Window Display Lot No. 1 Plain and Diagonal Serges , and Fancy Mixtures in Navy, Tan, Brown, Grey and White, worth to $18.50, on sale now fori $1 0.75 Lot No. 2 Consists of High Class Suits in Whipcords, Diag onal and French Serges, Changeable Chiffon Taf fetas and English Worst eds, all leading shades, also white, values to $23.50, on sale now for $1 4.75 Lot No. 3 All our Highest Class Suits, select styles in Two Tone Whipcords and other Novelty Suits, worth up to $30.00, on iale I now for $1 8.75 Goods SPRING