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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1912.
. ( if ' . Crescent Hardware Company , fUngr, lions mrnlshlnc Or, Ontlery, Tnola, lrnm Pips, Valve and Fiitlnir. Flumbtaf. Heatlu, Tm aji J tJopi- Work. It W. CKNTnAL A VII. TKIJCPHOfilD tU it al Matthew's Milk and Cream Phone 420 Charles Ilfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.) Wholesale) Oroters nnd Dealers In Wool, Hides, Pelts and Goat Skins E. h VitMi N. M. Almnjtiorrine, N. M.; Ttirtimrnri, w. M. jniiiaoa. M. Cilo.; Pet-os, M. M.; Corona. M. M. I We Can't Stop the sale of those Fancy Yellow Poaches at 75c Per Box Our sales have now doubled our first expectations. VARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. IB JMarlilo Ave. 'rhono 2)fl. UK LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers Undertakers and Em balnxr. Prompt service ly or Night. Telephone Til. Krsideiioe int. Strong lilk., Copper ana Meooatf. In the event that you annum not receive your morning paper, telephone MUTANT'S MK8- BENGKRS, glvlnn your nama and address and thn paper wilt ba delivered by it apodal tuaa- aanger. l'hon6 601 or 602. 5.00 Reward $5.00. ' The above reward will ba paid for the arrpBt and conviction of anyone caught stealing- coplea of the Morning Journal from tba doorways of subscribers. JOURNAL PUUUMHINO CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST AVi:vnii:n iiwoht. Life has many problems Your ' plmlngraplili! one en n 1m solved I'V Walton, 111" photo grapher. Slll'j W. Cdilrul Ave. Phono, ii,!. Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8. Fur llio twenty-four hours ending at II uVIik k yesterday evening.' .M;llllllllll tempera I IMC, degrees; iiiliiiiiiiini I1 ii i ('fin l n I c, yn, rtdige, !- Tc-iii iifi'ii I urn ul il p. in. v rHlrnlity, I. Southwest winds, clear. l'OKFCAST. Washington, Sept- -' Kali- Tuesday himI pri ilny, cooler Wednesday , -New Mii i) ihably Wcdncs- arrlvcd IiinI night In spend scv tlnj h looking after local Interests. lHHirli t Forester A. '. Itlngland re turned yesterday from tin- Apache nu tlntinl forest, when- hp has linn lor veral day on service business. 1. II. Korh, president of the Airn rl mi Lumber Company, lift yesterday on mi Inspection trip to 111"' company's logging ciii'ipN In the Jdunl mountains. John J. K i lly, grand master of the Masonic grand lodge of New Mexico, was In y 1 1 u f i -" 1 1 yesterday from his home ul (Silver City. IihIhc (Iimiiki- It. I'rulK iiliirniMl Sundiiy nlulit from n hiouth'x vlxil In lowii uiul llllnolx. Ho min inroiii pnn In! liy Mrn. CrulK- Iir. .1. Al. Ilnitlli y, of Kl. l.ouls, nlop- I it 'i I miT lirif yi Btrriliiy, on hln wsiy 'froiii CiilHni'iilii to hlM lionic, I" vl"lt lr. M, Iv. Wyldi r, 11 fliiHUiuili' of IiIh I lit t'Olll'UI1. Mm. Kihviiril I.. Mi'dli't' n luriifil lust nlKht from ii vIkIi, lo (h,. runt and Ii vlwilliiK ri latlvt M hiTi'. Shf will ho on to In r honif ut l.un I'nn i k in few dnyH. Tlu-re will lif n iiii'ftlnK of I'olton wooil (it'ovt' No. 2, WooiIiiihu'h Circle, IIiIn iifternooii ut !:V In Odd KelloWH' hull. All mi iiihirH of the drill teiiin lire especlully reijiieHted o lie sent. Misd Itom- I In ruth rt'turiitil Monday from Colorudi', where (the hud hern on a tnori Ill's v ii' iilliiii, and Ik .ikiuii hi work In Ho- dIMlrlcl law offi''e ul the forent Hci vlee, I iMl'H. (). .1. peek mill Imliy, niter In- Inn I'oiiflni'il to (he Woiiiiin'H hoitpltiil for three week.H, left tliere yeHlerday iiiornlnis for her luinic In Md Allm 1 1 1 1 fit I u . 11, ('. t'ulp I'el iirned yi-Hlerday aller noon from u lirlef trip wchI to look over (tome Hlieep. Mr. ful l In a inelii lier or thu nheep deallliK firm of t-'ulp lllothelH, of lloeky 1'oril, Colo. It. .. Hrmsoce, forilierly a rcldelil of IhiM t lly, lull now iiHidstniil lo the miierliit" iident of the peiilleniliiry, rt turni'd to thn riipltal lanl iiImIiI nlur Hpendliitf u few ilay here vIsillnK I'rlellllK. -' lli'Kiilnr nieetliiK of Triple Link Ite litkah I.tidge No, til tmiiKliI at X oYloeli In ( Hid I'VIIowk' hall. Vlsillnn lii'lieka Iih are welcome, liy order of the Noble !rnnd, Coral Imel, hcitc tary. Krank KoraHcr, u m iilit u' of former t'nltt'd Slalett .MiiiMhal C. M. Foraker, has arrhed In Alliuipicniiio from New York, for n visit In New Mexico. Me In n well known nliorhey of New York Cily. A. ISoi'det'ei, the iiiideliaker. who Went to California Hovcrnl weekn ii(,'ii for a Mojonrn with IiIk wife and ilaiKihtciM, who are iiiiiMiik an exleiid cd May on the l'licllic coast, returned home Iiin) nlKlil. I'at I'ower.t. forilierly In Hie employ of the Hnnta Ke at thin city, lint for many years holdliiK nil Important ine t'lianleiil iolstion on the Santa Fe at Kl Piihii, wiis here yestenluy on rail road uiatlers. lie reliirnetl lo the I'iihm City lnat nlHlit. All nielli Iiitm of Cottonwood drove No. U, Wooilmen's Circle, are rciincxt ed lo ullclid the funeral this moi n ln of Mrs. iMcCroiN, of San Marcial. The fiilienil will he held at the church of Hie Immaculate Concept Inn at !l o'clock. Iti'K'lliir llleetillK of tliu lii rinatl i ir (U r of llnr. 11:1111 this eveiiiiiK H KlihllitH of I'ylhiits hall, lull West Gold avenue. All ineiiiliers are urued to lie prefi'lil, while vIhIIIiik liiein In ih are also Invited. Joseph Fried In !',', secretary. A horse ; 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 to a dellviry va 1111 lielonliiK to tln 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 liule Ur.v (loods Coiiipuny, run away yesterday niornliiK on Nortli Sixth street, while a local musician, 'ii I i I Hi'ti In to spend left WALLACE HESSELDEN tient ral Coiilrnetora. FI(?urta iid workinittialilp count. W nuiitHiiife nioro for your nunitty than any tither contracting firm In Al bumifrtiott, office Rt MClltlOlt Pl.AMNO MII.fi flioiif X77 HAIRDRESSING Uliinlt iirlnir, Mliclifa Minle anil I)ycl. MAIMM 1 .1,(1 i iii:ams AMI lt ll ltS. MRS. CLAY, Opposite I'tistoffli'tt. Result? from Journal Want Ads Clyde lioMS, last iiIkIiI for 1 eral iiiniillis. The Mlcrtoles (lull Will meet with y is. M -1 1 u 1 1 1 , on Norlh Twelltli street, on tomorrow .ificrnooii. K. II. Paul, of Santa Fe, auditor of Hie New Mexico Central, Is in Hie t ll.v lor a lirlef slny on business. V, II. Andrews, former ileleKalc In 1 oiiiiiess mini New Mexico, came dim 11 yesterday from Santa Fe to : l t ml tod. i hei c. MiSM Pauline I loi r.ula He. ilauuliler of Cilnntl and Mis. John I lorrada He. hai Kone to I. ns Amieles to alleiul mcIii'oI diiiinu ilic winter moiillis. Matthew Ho" ell of l.ollK Ileal ll. who uas foiuierl.i In liuslness Ini , Ituuion (iiitlerri"., the driver, was d. -llv ritin u liuntlle. The wanou win, re duced to kindling wodd. IttportH hot nlKhl were to tile ef fect thai the condition of AliiKdaleno Canilelarlo, (Unbind nineteen llmcH Sultirday ulnht by Juan Sedlllo, was In practically tin' same condition as he Wiia yeHttftlay. lie lias a very slight (iiance 10 recover. The ladles of the various Kiillds ami other ladles of St. John's parish me Invited to meet at the rc( toty, 5 in West Tljorus, Wednesday afternoon from .1 to 5 for a Hocial hour and mat ters of intercut to Hie parish. The date of tills meeting is chunked from Thursday to Wednesday. I'nlteil HIuU-h Senator Tliomii II. I 'nt ron whm In the city yesterday from IiIh hoiiu. ut .Simla Fe. Senator Ca tron docIurcH that sentiment Is nid ually turnliiK In lawir of the rt-elee-llon of 1'resitlent Tall and that the Noveinhcr election will see u HweepinK I'fpuhlleaii victory throughout thu country. Senator Catron left last nlnht fur Santa llosu, golnw their to attend court. AlliuiiieriUP people who read In yesterday morning's Journal of lb'' murder of AIImm Lucille May, a lT-ycur old Ingenue with an npera company at Vlncennes, lnd-. reenllcd that Miss May played herp tibout six ,cars ago as Utile Lord Faunlleroy. at the opening of the f.'iisiuo theater at Trac tion park. Miss May was shot by a Jealous suitor, 'Thomas H. Davis. Major A. W. Kimball, of Fort D. A. Jtussell, Wyo., Is In AlhiuiicriUc for a short visit to his daughter, who Is visiting Colonel John liorr.ulalle and family and also to 1'trl'eelo Armijo, his luther-ln-law. Major Kimball ex pects to attend the Inula Ana county fair at Fail Cruees this week, alter which he will return to this city and lake In 'he New Mexico state lair. Major Kimball al one time was a resi lient of this city. What promises to ln one of tin most delifhtfiil social events of the fall season will be the dance tomorrow ;ht tit Odd Fellows' hall, at which iiueniue Council No. 1141, Knights of Columbus, will be the host. The affair Is not -tin Invitational one, all knights of the local council as well as visiting ones, being wi lci inc. '1 he af fair promises to be as enjoyable us have been previous social Junction' given by; the K. i.'.'k. . Dancing will start at promplly !l o'clock. N. T. (iardner, of this city, a mem ber of Ho; iHXiom iitanuliicUirinu firm of (Inrdnt'r 'firothi'is, has invented a patent device by which the head of a broom mny lie clamped to the handle. The patent will permit of the ship ment of brooms minus the handle, milking them much easier to trans port. It is. expected that the Invention will meet with the approval of broom manufacturing concerns throughout the country. As a result of a squabble al "(Ml'.i West Central, where they live, M'ss Alice Harvey was yesterday order V lo put till u bond of $1011 to keep Ilic pence, after ft" charge of assault had 1 n placed against her, In Judge Hi - Chilan's court.. Misw Harvey said that Miss Mantle linker, a nurse, had dragged her about her room and that In Hiif-ibi'eiise she had drawn a re volver and ordered her to leave the room. The'ipian'ii Is supposed lo have begun In an argument over Ilic making ol ,sonie dresses. llavo a SI'lUFI.LA eoUSFT tilted by n competent corsellelo of eight yours' experience. In the east. Mrs. M. T. Kavamigli, American hotel. I'lbme 30 1. nlgl Fil ,M. (ilero and wife fame up last night I ro m their home at I .oh I.iiiuih, nnd ,. II- Item-hull and A. M. Hcr gere eaiiie down from Santa Fe yes terday on business connected with the estate of the laic Solomon Luna. New pletiins. l'astllile and Crystal, "liy Vlcovuro," Italian s'iidi. 1'nK tlnie.' , Saddle horse, Trimble. 113 N. 2nd. If yon nrt'il a ar-iiirr, tcloplion1 lloMMCldcit, phone " J. . Phone GH-5nz tor light hauling, pnruela. mwnenirern. Prompt aervlce. Ilti not full to ntliiitl Ihe inii-iihig display of Women's Millinery mid Itriiily-K.-N car tiiii m'iils lit the I'con- Ollllsl. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Krntst llrinln stool, of Wilislow, a daughli-r. Sep tember ll'th. at the hoipe of Mrs. ntiiilnstool's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. l yrd, North Second i,-,.,i Mrs. r.rininsionl is the wife of u popular coast lines conductor for the Santa !. "GETS-IT" Will Get Any Corn, Sure1 Almost Like Magic (iiiaraiilt-ctl Triple Link llebekali lodge dance, f. o. o. F. hall. September 'jHlh. Music by Hoostei- oitiH-Kfcia. Admission, couple, fill ceuls. , SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Move Houses GIERKE, OGLE & DOANE ! Abstracts, Flr Inaurnnce, Civil Fiiglneerlng. Surety Honda, Ural Kslato nnd Loans. Phono 13. Rooma 2 & 3. Stern Bldg. Arrow Shiits $1.50 William Brcs. Shirts $1.00 Busy Men Are Our Best Friends Thej tome lo ns Mauling sl.v It- nnd fit null f ! i i- in I'n. -ir i ' it lies', and tht; vv.int tin :u tiiiic!.. 'ur i.Trioit show tbioi ell llii-.c plus stvb- In a ST FIX -I'.l.oi'll 'ul'. and the M.l s vtcll ilre--il us Ihe hc-i ill. s-. , ii nil (.u i no think of. Wb.il a blessing STF I X-l .l.oi 'I I e .1','. s . re to 111" model r. ni.li- Fall Felts and Velours Have Arrived. Inspect Them Today. We Have Them In. Grays, Blues and Browns These Felts and Velours have the stamp of au thentic fall style. They are ' priced moderately, FERN C. KING Commercial Club inery, You'll (pill Kvervtlillitf l.lsf fur "(. h I S-l I . Anv c"in insl leves I " Is- em "l uca--"'-'1-Inn Us nil -hlv I'diKli "ii y'"i I'liisi.'is (tail MiiOtH ii -tiu II v itittc nwiiy m'ihb tif llai tec null Hii'in. anil Iciive Ha.' ("in ei Ji.nir- ""rh.- new earn cine "C.KTS IT" in iierfcctlv hid llllcKS I" I lie Id lllhy rit'Sll, but it (bleu ad f.ii- n ((nil, ImiiiIiiii. i-i 1 1 mi "i- wioi rl lit orr Hi" i"'i. The (-"in hIiiikI.s ii way from I lie IikiIHiv fl'-sll mi'l ar,,,. ,.l r. V"n 'nn mp!y "CI"! S-I'l' " la Iwo weontlii 1 tr Infill, its W..1 It l brill "I f. lictlv a ...ii ynu'll ro'Ki-l iu fvt-l- li.lil i-'iilia or hillil'ins , "i i lOTS- IT" 8"!U ;il nil ib initri-ds t ct'lllH II In. Hie. "I' SO I "II receipt "f pi id-' 'i .. 1 : I I'llce ,V le.. lillcili.'". Si, lil III .V llMinncl'ioic I'V Alvaniiln I'hnr ni e v. .1 II. ti'ltlcllv In ni! ".. Hlntil.inil I'lini nun y. Willi.-iniK In-iig '".. Owl In'lltf Ch.. It. ltiipiic ln-n .s'l-n-e. You've Heard from Us i a number of times about our young men's styles; bettor atu them; look ut tills new model two-button sack. and seo if you don't want It. Grays, browns, Inns, mixtures, blues, $20.00 and up. iS Hart Schaft her & Marx clothes here; slylos lliut ure very ad vanced; best quality In mutcrlula and tailoring; and fit' .guaranteed. You may deride to pick your fall overcoat now. Some lively things for u. ... - Suits $20.00 and up Overcoats $18.00 and up Simon Stern j THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER. f i t - . ,- : III' So CojyritM Unit fch.lftier It y.ut t Aztec Fuel Co. ! O'AL PYankee & Gallup eSf a i i inirii ALL N.11NL0 if of wood; j t Phone 125 Auction Sale! ti i;siy, si:i"n:.Miii:u 21th, at TIKI SOl'TIl I :il'I II. 1 will sell at auc tion a lot of up-to-date, and practi cally new furniture, This will be a flue opportunity to buy, such as brass j beds, dressers, leather upholstered I rockers, elegant dining table with ! leather upholstered chairs lo mutch, j beautiful buffet, Singer sewing ma i chine, kitchen furniture, etc. Is.u.i: will isi:;i at ilou v. m. First Showing of Dress Hats T oday, September 24th, From 2 io 6. and 7 to 9 o'clock FERGUSON 109 South Fourth t t t J. M. Sollie Auctioneer C,s.,;r HAH N COAL CO. f'errlllos Stove (iallnp Stove PIIOXK IM. ANTMKACITK, AMi SIZIOS, ST RAM f'OAIi. Coke, Mill Wootl. I nctory Wotitl. Cortl Wood, Xativc Klndllnit. Fire Itrlck, lire Hay, Santa I'c Itrlek, Cc)'"nitui Hrlok. Lime. rvvO X RICHELIEU GASH GROCERY WE SAVE YOU 15 Ask the delivery man for a $5. 00 Book of Cash Coupons. They save the pennies. White Potatoes, 15 lbs. - 25c Peaches, box, - 65c and 80c Buy Keystone Flour Nothing Better. One-half Car National Bis cuit Pkg Goods, 3 for 25c Fresh Raisins, three 16-oz. packages, - - 25c All .Mi in ItreaUf.i-t Food. Shipment, pkg i 6 Pais Fairy Soap It! bars Sunny Monday Soap. T bar Pearl White Soap... Comb llon.v, U for Strained Honey, pint It.ilston Wheat Food, two for Fresh . .2.V . .2V' . -JV-. .2 "m . . i.v Have a ko'c and a try-on-to-day Overcoats $15 to $30 Suits.... $15 to $30 E7 I XAschlii in Cc M l iv i: WIN !. ; Tall can Puinh Lirand Condenaed j Milk. 4 for 2" I California Hipe olive, plntt l Quart tlallon Sugar, 15 lbs $l.(h. Lard .. ..3s !'; 6s I.V: Ills, $1.43 Cottoleiio ..medium, fide; large, Jl.l." LeHchnut Peanut Lultcr. small ... I IX Medium. IHV: large, 2.-c. Kingsford's Silver Gloss and Corn Starch. 1 lb i Pink Salmon, tall cans 1 7 bars Crystal White Soap 2.1c C tuns Potted Hain S.S.V 6 lbs. Mexican lleans S.'x- Largo size Post Toastles 13 Vic Van Canip'a Hominy. 8-lb. can... Ilic Maker's Chocolate SSc ITeina linked Heani Tomato Sauce lie Helm Hakenl Beans, large eane..2;c Wedding Kieikfast Coffee 50c Kuner'i Pork and Beana. a Iba 1IK Airship Standard Corn 8 l-Sc Shredded Wheat Biscuits lie Swift Premium P.acon, per lb. . .2He Swift Premium Ham. per Hi lt Calif. Sylman Olive Oil. 'i pinta 2H-: pints. .Vic: quarts. .V. Maraschino Cherries, pint 45 Peechnal C.uon. J-2 lb. .lar....lsk Ueechnut Sliced Heef. medium .... lc Chipped P.eef. pound class .... i!5c HI ue Label Catsup, plnta SSc Salad Ul. pints S.V Sweater Coats and Caps X f V r-'VJ KK IL PS it Is as hard to secure 1 WJm prttty. serviecable sweaters for HJff Ihe children as it is to get theui the right things In other lines. Hut this ib en not apply to our line. Take a look al these coals shown here art n't they sensible types for school wear? Clever styles, service able cnrnients and low prices are hap pily combined in these coats. S IP "i Wl B also carry a full line of swent I crs, mufflers and cups for 1 Women, Misses and . Chldren. Y( it'll find It difficult' to im prove on them at any price. It might be well t.i pick out the one you are going to need this winter; .it wouldn't feel bad in the morning iii;ht new. t t Phone 283. 33-315 West Central. -.,-L-,..,1 IV. 1 till S.V ttru,u ZL .... - - 1 1 1 4 West Gold Ave- Phone 23S ' (