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Crescent Hardware Company
fltuvta, Kmc". ! Pornlahlng rJtxtda, Ontlwy, Toot, lr Ply,
TfcUw and F1itlii. flnaUit llMUn, 11a Md CVipp Work.
1 W. ( K.N I It AI AVK. TKI.tPHOHB III
Matthew's Milk and Cream
Phone 420
MM M HMMmMIMIMMtMr
Charles Ilfeld Co.
Wholesalers of Everything
LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE IANTA ROSA
Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.)
Wholesale Ororrrf itnd Dealer! In
Wool. Hides, Pelts and Goat Skins
K. Ul Vectu, N. M.I Albuquero. M.i Tucumemrl, If. M. rrtaldaJ,
Colo. J ', N. M.; Corona, H, M,
New
Evaporated
Fruits Now in
Fancy Apricots
Fancy Peaches
Fancy Prunes
Fancy Dried Apples
Package Dates
Package Figs
Special Today
3 Packages California
Figs for 25c
WARD'S STORE
HOMER H. WARD, Mgr.
SIS Marble, Ave.
I'hono !HHi.
Chicago Mill & Lumber Co.
General Planing Mill.
3d and Marquette. Phone 8.
Christmas
It la nut too pally to innkit
nil n;,ilntmfnt lor nnr
I'hrlMtiiioH I'liotoKru iIim. Wiil
lon, :t:i.j West Central.
You Are Not
Hard to Fit
Possibly you have been
told you were so oddly
built that you could not
wear ready - to - wear
clothes. In 58 years of
tailoring STEIN-BLUCH
have learned to take
good care of you. With
possibly a slight alter
ation or two by our ex
pert tailors---STEIN-BLOCH
READY-TO-WEAR
CLOTHES
wiil fit you perfectly.
You can wear them out
of the store if you wish.
Fall Models Ready
Conic in and Tiy on Today
Suits, $18 to $30
Overcoats,
$15 to $30
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
tJlUnsliluirnCo.
Miunnn
LAUNDRY
f Strong Brothers f
t iKlrrlakcr and Kmbalmera.
Prompt Kervlce Duj or Night.
Ti'li'iilionu 75. Kcslilcnce, 86.
tilronjr lllk., ( oppi r ami Second.
In tha event that you should
not racelv your morning paper,
telephone Hit YANT'H M K8
BKNOEK8. giving your name
and a rtil rue and the paper will
ba delivered by a epuclal mes
senger, l'hon. (01 or HI.
M.OO Reward U.M.
The above rewvd will be paid
for Ina airnei anC conviction of
anyone laiiKht dealing ooplea
of the Morning" Journal from
the doorway of anhacrlhera.
JOURNAL PUUMfctUINQ CO.
LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST
vi;atiii:k hki-okt.
For the twenty-four hour ending
at 6 o'clock yeyturday evening:
Maximum temperature Ml iIckiccs;
minimum temperature Hi; run tit' 43.
Tempera I m e lit ft i. in., yesterday 4K.
Northwest winds; clear.
FOHIICA&T.
Wnsliliiulon, Nov. 15. New Mexico
-I 'air Mnturila.v; snow or ruin in
north; ruin tnul cohlcr in sntilh por
tions i nlnlit or Humbly. ,
1 1, h'. Arthur, of Santa I'V, Im here
lor a few days ol business.
The ladies of the i!. A. I! w.ll meet
In icKiilar session nl A. !, 1'. W. hall
this cVciiIhk al 7 o'clock.
VV thirdhcr. ,, Santa I'V eniloye
from Suti Hci nardino, Is here nil rail
road I ntOi iitja.
V. ( '. ie llaea ami Vcnccslniln Moii
loyii, of Culm, are visitors In Ihe city
for a few (lajH.
Ii. K. Monk, a runner on the Mini
mum forest, ni'i'lM'il in ihe city hiMt
tiiKht to spend a iluy or two un detail
at the offlceH of thai I hi.
V. 1 1. Tucker, ii local ilriiftKist, 1h III
ill SI. J iimc ph ' sanitarium. Ills all
inetit i s i hissed ii h it nchcr.il break
down due in overwork.
Superintendent K. K, Summers, of
the Ho tilallde it I I H I , 1 1 nf the Santa
IV. Ih lao k fiont a trip over hiH Juils
ilictmii. Ml. I.. I-:. l.udeH mid Hon. Kdwtird,
who were at Mcl'heriton, Kan.. vlsitniu
Hi,. par.iits ot Mrs. l.udeH, have rc-
tul licit In I he city.
MM It V llichesler left venter-
duv. tor Santa l-'i'. where Bhe will act
UK Sopr.ilin soloist at till' itedlialloll ol
the ne Scottish Kite lalheiiriil.
t'. M. 1'hklc a l til fl Ihk salesman,
IH .1 iiatlellt at St. Josephs hospital,
threatened Willi all attack ol Uphold.
Mr. I'ii kle vvus taken ill lu re several
ililVli llIii
Mr 11 Spit., accompanied hy lo r
Illi , e, Mi-m Carol Sclllltat, and nephew,
Arthur Sihutf, has returned t,i the
i ii tiooi a ihii in IM ruso. Mr. And
Mims s hut will make their home In ir
in the future.
Mis. lieelK-' I'. Alhlitht has Iff I
SPRINGER
TRANSFER CO.
Notify us wlirii ymi lu.vt frHtflit
IMIIIlIll, V lo I lit
Aztec fuel Co.
BUY and BURN
Gallup
Coal
It Lasts Longer
tMHl l.M.
WALLACE HESSELDEN
ticucraJ (VmtrxHora.
Flgurea and workmanahlp count.
We guarantee more fur your money
than any other contracting firm In AJ
b'lquerue. (.'fflce at
fclTKJUOH I'UMNQ MUX.
1'hoM (II.
-THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY,
PhOtO Supplies
For Both Professional
and Amateur.
(riil Acetic o. K 2H mt ii iiI :
Ih . .1
Ai-lil ccllc No. H 2H M-r cent
5 IbH
olil I'mo rystaK: I o. run..
Acid I'tro I'miiIn; l-l Ih. cull
.9(1
.211
..Ml
.till
1.25
2.00
.15
.HO
.25
1.00
.15
.25
.NO
1.15
.55
1.75
.20
iiil I'jro 4'rialt: l-'i ll. can.
olil l'ro (ry-lal-: t.'l III. hot He
Ai ltl I'nii rv-inl-: I III. Ixrttli'
M 1 1 in. Cowili riil ; I III
Muni, Powdered; 5 Him
liroinc Minn; I III
liroinc Minn;
.1 IIm
I .
1-1 Ih
1-2 Hi
I III
II vdriH'hliiollc:
lldl'(M'liiiionc:
II yilriM'liliMHM':
Myilrixliliioiic;
Itliodol (Melol) ;
1 oz
KImhIoI (Mctol); l-l Ih
olll-wluni I crrli yanlilc; I o.. .
I'oIhshIiiiii llronildc; I o.
.10
.25
.H5
SoiIIiiiii lirhonlltc ; I Ih
SihIIiiiii lirhoiiiilc: 5 lm
SoiIIiiiii Sulphite Anhydrous.
Ill
..10
SihIIiiiii Siilphlle Anhydrous, ."
HlH.
1.00
"5
.:I5
.50
.10
Sodium Sulphide:
l-l Ih.
1-2 Ih.
SihIIiiiii Sulphide;
SihIIiiiii Sulphide
I Ih. . .
Hypo; I Hi
Hypo: :l Hih
Hypo: 10 IIm. . . .
Hypo: 100 Mm. . .
.110
.50
Strong's Book Store
"Your Monry Hack If You
Want It."
or an exlende,! Nojourn on the l'aelfic
count. While ipluv Hhe will vinlt her
Hon, Klwood M. Albright at San IHrRo,
t'lil., and later nhe will Ko to I'ul'tlalid,
Die., to visit her diiimhter and non-ln-law,
Mr. and MrH. Ward Anderson.
An automobile party, coinponcd of
Frank A. Htortz, inanaKcr of the 10 Ike
theater. Col. M. I.. Stern, Herbert (1.
Hrooka and K. H. I'rewH, left yeHter
day In the motor ear of Mr. Stnl'tit
for Itoxwdl. They will return Mon
day. Tuiniis (lalban, a crippled native,
uiim arrenteil I'ihI nlwhi at 71(1 HnrehiN
road on coiiiplalnt of the family llviuK
there that he wuh l lnt ii r litttjf the
peace. Ilnlhan baa been In police
court before on nlmllur chaiK''.
Fred H. Sundernian, reireHentliiM
the I'roctor-t 'ontiell flxh concern of
St. I.oiiIh, l here for Meveral daya on
hulncBs. Mr. Siinderimin in known
a a the 'Flan KlnK," bccaiiHt; be Heldoiii
IhlnkH of a Hiualler amount of Ihu
finny food than a iiirload.
CharlcM I), Miller, former Mate
Klneer. arrived laat nlKht from
en-
home ut State ( ollene, and will attenu
Ihe football name today between his
alma maler and the I'tilverally of
New Mexico at AaHoclatlon park. He
la on IiIh way to Santa Ft; to attend
Hit. scottiHli lllte reunion.
Fellp Valda. an (xtenalve slteep
ralacr of t'oroiia, la vlaiting Albuiiuer-(til-.
Mr. VnldeM, while here thla
week, made Hale of IiIh clip at twenty
one centH Htid hIho Hold u lai'Kc flock
of laniliH at the top market figure.
The niiIch were conducted thi'otiKh
the I'hadwhk corniniMMlon firm.
When K. A. Ihnke, prcHlilent of the
School of MlncH at Socorro, not oil
jNo, til (1 biHt nlBbt. he met a coiialn
whom he had not aeen for thirty
vcalH. The coiihIh wh I'. S. Scott,
couiinlHHlonef for the I'anama-l'acllii'
expoHltlon, who hast been here for Hev
rrl UavH. The two held a reunion,
Mr. Scott delaylitK a trip to Santa Fe
to vlalt with his relative.
The ladles of the (!. A. It., l.oKan
Circle will ciitcrtaln Albiiiiici'(iieanH
thU c'veiiltiK in the old odd Fellows'
hall. A bii7.ii. ir is the feature and
the particular drawing cards are
home, made candles, a fine lunch
nerved all cvciiiiiK. all kinds of fancy
work and a Mourl lime for all. Kvcry
iin.i Is cordially Invited and a Jolly
lime in assured those altcndmti.
A. Ii. Smith. C. S. Smith and It.
Smith, of the A. O. Smith Company,:
of Milwaukee: K. 1.- Kruce ami C Ar
thur llruce. el the Kansas City Hard
wood FloorliiK i 'oinpuny ; Clark M.
Carr and F. .. Vont ictiirmd y ester
day from Mr. Vont's ranch near l'.lue
water. Messrs. Cal l' ami VokI whipped
their annual lamb crup I rout CranU.
yesterday to Heed Troiitnian. ot
Colorado.
FIREMEN CATCH A
"LOST" CANINE
AFTER STRUGGLE
A fireman veslerdav niorning told
other members of the department that
a neighbor. I'. F. Mi lit. tin! North
Fourth street, bad lost a dog. l ive
dollars reward was offered to the
fnider, he said.
S....H afierward. while the nrc
fighters were pitching horse shoes on
the site or the tut lire city hall, u dog
sauntered up. glanced over his
shoulder at the game, ami started to
saunter on when someone yelled:
"That's htm "
.1. W. Itiiniett made a flyliur tackle.
He put the dog tt the ground with a
halt Nelson ami a body hold In the
llrst second, That was where Hiinutt
made a mistake, lb- should have em
ployed a strangle hold. The dug bit
him iii u the hands before he
could shift. .!. M Chavez put another
loi k on bis pupshlp and the two held
him to the ground, while another
Pieman telephone the glad news to
the Unit home.
The inform. mt learned that the lost
dog had been recovered some time
ti e iously.
If you neel carpenter, telephone
llcMMcldcn. phone 377.
TRIAL OF PETTY
CASE OCCUPIES THREE
HOURS IN COURT
The hearing ot Antonio Jose San
chejt, cbariced with assault and hat
ttrv, yesterday morning took three
hours in Justice Oeorge II. Craig Sj
court SaTl'hoE Was dlsllVtS.cd
Will Pn kliison. ii lo. said San-I
i lli I lie.il him. toil other witnesses j
averred the bov fell from u horse j
while miiiilnn aav from the nun.
They had not e, n him strike the hoy .
Hoy said.
Phone (0I-6AJ for light hauling,
parrels, niMnr. Trompt ervic
New York's latest f.nt. "The I'lue
Itltd" pin. CI. iike s Curio Store.
TURPENTINE GRANT
MAY MADE BY
E
Seeks to Brine New Industry
to This District; Western
Product Very Similar to Tint
of Southeast.
The forest mrvlcc
tiirpeuline IndiiKlry
nits to start a
this district,
i the Coinmcr-
ci nrdillK to u letter
cla I chili,
It is planned to b
lease tin' rlubt to
nil western yellow
Coconino national
lilace 1 oii.uho cups
due trees In the
forest. This plan
practically is ex-
pcrinicnta I, atid if
It prov
successful
the Iiidustrv inav be enlarged, 1 lie
service baa conducted experiments In
turpentlnliiK yellow pine In this dis
trict and, iiccordinK o I he report,
they showed a yield of resin lour
fil'liiH as treat hh that obtained from
similar operations In the southeast,
although Ihe season of dipping is
shorter here. Analysis of Ihe crude
oleoresln of the western trees shows
a (dose similarity to that obtained
trom the loni? leaf pine of the south
east. The service probably will advertise
for bidders for the privileKe in the
Coconino forest, but first It wanls
nuotatloiiH on Ihe turpentine and resin
rnarkfta to ascertain the amount it
should ehurKu for the privlleKP.
The, Hervlee believes that the Immi
nent exhaustion of Ihe Ioiik leaf pine
forests of the southeast will tniikii
transfer to the west appear utl motive
to eastern operators.
HUTCHINSON ONE OF
STAR QUARTERBACKS
OF FOOTBALL HISTORY
It will be of Interest to Albii(uer
ipie football enthusiasts to know that
Coach It. F. Hutchinson, of the I'nl
verslty of Xew .Mexico eleven, and
athletic director of the university. I:'
conceded by football experts to have
born one of the greatest iiiarlcr
backs the game has ever known.
Vincent Stevenson, of I'eniislvaiila ;
Clint Wyekoff and Joe Heeehman. of
Cornell; liuly, Rockwell and Hutchin
son in their time were marvelous play
ers at rtinnini? their teams and whi n
all Is said and done, says an eastern
expert, Ralph Hutchinson, of 1'rince
ton, was as good a iiiurtcrbuck :im
was ever developed.
New Pictures. I'lixtlme and Crystal.
FOREST SERVIC
TWO DAY SALE
Saturday and Monday
TRIMMED HATS
From $1.50 to $5.00
Included in the assortment are many that are worth $10.
We have too many trimmed hats and are content fo get
back their cost.
MRS. A. L. BALLEW
Milliner 1 1 8 South Fourth
An Announcement to Users of
Anthracite Coal
I now have the Victor Mght llciisc Waslinl Coke, prepared especially
for hn-e-hui llers and furnaces. This: inke Is burned IH bolus anil
compares In hardness anil last ng ipininios to auiiirncue coin.
t) i l.l kl'.ltS, SOOT, OAS OK SMOKK to contend with.
handle the ("rested Itutte Anthracite Coal.
JOHN BEAVEN
Cerrllloe I.unil U A U W f " A I f f r,r,llo 8toT
Uallup Limp HAHiM S KJ A L. VsU .Gallup Stove
PHONE 91.
ANTIIRACITR, ALIi MUSKS, STEAM COAK
Coke, Mill Wood. Kiulory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Kindling, Fire
llrlck, Ure Ctajr, Santa Vt Brick. Common llrlok, IJmo.
Auction! Auction!
Retiring From Business
The Entire Stock of Unredeemed Pledges, Consisting of
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELERY, GUNS, PISTOLS,
ETC., Belonging to P. WEDEEN, Pawnbroker,
HSVj West Central Avenue
Will be Sold at Public Auction.
Sale Begins Friday, Nov. 15
at 2:30 and T ?.() p. in.
And will continue daily until entire stock is sold. Inge Safe and
Fixtures for Sale.
J. M. SOLLIE,
NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
Dr. Schwentker
OSTKOP.VTIIK' I'HY.SIll.W.
Special attention (fiveii to dif
ficult and Ioiik slaiidll1 casi-H of
kidney and liver trouble, consti
pation, rheumatism and nervous
diseases nf women.
Examination Free
Suite 5, X. T. Ainiijo HiilMlng.
rhniie 7 1 7.
CROPS ARE FIMEST
EVER, SAYS MXOY
flatP Senator V. M. Ale uy, of Tor
rance county, who arrived last nlcht
irom his home at Mount, linair, de
clared that crops and business condi
tions generally throiish (hat section
w ei c the best in y ea rs.
"We certainly hud u banner year
this year," he ' said. "There was
pl'-i.t.v of ruin, and that made condi
tions wood everywhere. Ihisiness is
fine also."
HAIRDRESSIMG
Manicuring, Switches Made ami Dyt'il.
M UMM'XI.O HKAMS
ami row Hl ltS.
MRS. CLAY,
Opposite Fostollicc.
L. B. Putney
Wholesale
Grocer
Albuquerque, N. M.
LET US SEND A MAN
To replace that broken window
glass
ai.i'.i griwo K M M 1,1 H
OMI'WY
Rhone 121 12.1 . First
Buy Vincent's
Colorado Beet Sugar Syrup
100 I'er Out Pure Hoot Sujrar and
Maple Syriii 1-4 jhI., SRe; 1-2 gal.,
il."c; 1 gal., $1.25; at all retailers.
CHAKf.l'.S II.FKI.D CO.,
Wholesale DlHlrllnitors.
'
1 nlst.
i
i
Auctioneer
CONTRACTORS NOW
FIGURING ON THE NEW
EVERITT. BUILDING
Contractors now are flKiirltiK on the
Plans and specifications for the new
Kverltt biiildiiiK, which is to be con
structed at ll!l West Central avenue.
The plana were drawn by Architect
K. 11. Crisby, who also closijfiied the
HiiKh Trotter building, now In course
of construction. The Kveritt builiUnK
will conform to the Trotter structure
in architect tire.
Mr. Kvcritt experts to bo ready ti
let the contract durinu the coining
week, after which the work of erect
ing the htiihliiiK will be begun and
rushed to completion.
The new bnlldliiK will be two
stories, twenty-five by one hundred
forty-two feel. It will be of brick and
steel, Willi a buff brick front and the.
latest plate glass display windows for
the ground floor, which the Kvcritt
diamond palace will occupy as a store,
room. The second story will be fitted
up as a rooming house, with rooms In
suite and private baths, steam heat,
electric lights and all modern conven
iences. When completed the Trotter and
Kvcritt biiildingH will be among the
finest business blocks on Central ave
nue and w ill greatly enhance the ap
pearance of that part of the down
town district.
TWO HORSES AND RIGS
' STOLEN LAST NIGHT
A horse and buggy, evidently stolen,
were found last night by officer .Me
dio in front of H. H. Ives' place. The
animal and rig will be held by the
police until the owner claims theln.
Cliff Nolan reported last night that
a horse and buggy had been stolen
from him. The horse and vehicle
louml by officer McCue ure not his.
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
ATTENTION
Having given to ' automobile owners
ample time in which to procure one
state license each, for bis machine,
even after the time had expired, I
will tmw proceed to enforce the law
by bringing suits, at Santa Fo, for the
collection of said license tax, aaginst
all those who have failed to comply
with the law.
ANTONIO l.fCRRO,
Secretary of State.
Knight's Auction
A stable full of fine Middle horse,
uitli saddles, will be sold ul public
auction, Saturday aftcriiisui, Novem
ber llith, nl 2 o'clock .sharp, at (be O.
K. 'Transfer Stables, West Silver
avenue. None of these animals , oyer
7 years old, and all are thoroughly
broken anil senile. The saddles ire
practii ally new mid cost from $20 to
$:15 each. Inspect any 'lay before the
sale. Owner of these horses Is going;
out of the business, hence this sale.
He on hand and gel a big barg'iiii.
Nothing .sold privately.
Scott Knight,
Auctioneer
NEW BEAVERS
BLACK AND WHITE
At Half Price for Saturday
Selling
Something Entirely New in Flowers and
Feathers Moderately Priced
FERN
COMMERCIAL
A PETTICOAT SPECIAL
For Today Only
An unusual opportunity to purchase Petticoats at a sav
ing. They're made of the best quaiity messaline silk in
a variety of colors and ate really a $3.00 value; to be
placed on sale for TODAY ONLY at
$2.69 Each
Muffs for the Football Games
Made of leather with university colors and patterned
to resemble a football; on sale at
25c
1 THOME 233
1 tfttmtttttttllltlttltttlUMMMUMIMtr
II x v
Copjrrltht Han tkbiffner It Mara
Vou'll find that the men who have
the best looking" clothes take the best
care of thctn.
VOU'LL be de-
I lighted with the new
styles we offer for young
men in our showing of
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Varsity models for Fall
Smartest, liveliest, snappiest
lot of new clothes you ever saw.
They're ready - to - wear; n n d
they fit and make you "look fit."
Suits S22.50 ami up
Overcoats $20.00 and up
SIMON STEM!
The Central Avenue Clothier.
This store Is the home of Hart Schaff
ner & .Marx ( lollies.
Wise,
The Learned Lawyer you under
stand the situation? It wiil cost you
$500 to retain me.
The Cautious Client In that case
T think I shall retain my $"U0.
C. KING
CLUB MILLINERY
Each
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