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SCOOP, the Cub Reporter.
FINAL DEGREES 0 F masonry hre- .,.rnnr CONFERRED Beautiful and Impressive Cere mofies Mark Official Ses sions of Scottish Rite Re union at Santa Fe. ISrrlut Cnrrei.nniiili.nee to Morning JiMirnull Santa Fe, N. .M., Nov. 2(1. Jn thun dering tones I ho great organ at the Scottish Kite cathedral announced t h is morning the "beginning of the end" of the series of eereinonles con nected with the conferring of decrees at the dedication reunion of the An cient and Accepted Scottish Kite Valley of .Santn Fe, Orient of New Mexico. At 10 o'clock, the class of sixty four candidates received the thirtieth degree, "Knight of Kadosh," and at 2 this afternoon the class advanced one more degree, to the thirty-first. At X tonight the final degree, the thirty second was conferred, admitting the Mason to the mastery of the royal secret. The ceremonies today were de clared brilliant and beautiful, every detail adding to the dignity of the rite having been supplied. Before midnight the class of sixty four had become "Master Masons," and for ull time will have the privi lege of wearing the ring symbolic of the high degree. Feature Hlograph drama. Pastime. STEEL TRUST PRICE TABLES QUESTIONED Washington. Nov. 20. The fact that price tables used as the basis for the bureau of corporation reports und now offered in evidence at the ex aminer's hearings in the government's suit for the dissolution of the Unit ed States Steel corporation were com piled from a trade journal, was made the gist of cross examination today of Ir. Francis Walker, deputy commis sioner of corporations, before Ex aminer Henry P, Brown. Dr. Walker testified that it would have been'a stupendous task to have collated the prices fro mfigures sent to the bureau by manufacturers lie cause of variation in the specification of products sold. He said that where his tables showed prices were con stant and, therefore, in his judge ment a lack of competition among manufacturers existed, the real prices were not "absolutely" consunt. Early In the day, J. M. Dickinson, of counsel for the government, suc ceeded in getting into the record tes timony objected to yesterday to the effect that prices of steel products before the date of the organization of the steel corporation were lower than they had been from that time down to 1!M)!I. "I am pleased to recommend Cham berlain's Cough Remedy as the best thing I know of and safest remedy for coughs, colds and bronohial trou ble," writes Mrs. L. B. Arnold, of Den ver, Colo. "We have used It repeated ly and it has never failed to give re lief." For sale by all druggist. IISBAND DECLINES TO r3E LEGALLY DEAD Independence, Kan., Nov. 20. Mrs. Kvelyn Stalnaker, suing the Modern Woodmen lodge of Independence for the payment of a $2,000 policy on her husband's life, was confronted by Stal naker in the district court here this evening, she at first denied the iden tity of the man, but later admitted he was her husband, and the case was dismissed. Mrs. Stalnaker earlier on the stand related that in 1904, Stal naker was working as a contractor when his workmen threatened to mob him. He fled and she believed they "put him out of the way." WICKERSHAM REFUSES PERSONAL CONFERENCE Washington, Nov. 20. Officials of the department of justice today de clined to grant a further personal conference to W. H. Cray, an attor ney of Houston, Tex., to urge the im mediate arrest of John D. Archbold. H. C. Folger, Jr., and W. C. Tengle. "f the Standard OH Company, on their Indictments at Dallas, Tex., for al leged violation of -the Sherman law. e was requested to present In writ- "II evidence in his possession in connection with the case. mmm1111111'111 I The JouiirnaE Wsumft Coluinnras I IF YOU HAVE A WANT TELL IT THROUGH THE JOURNAL I 1 P. F. McCanna 112 N. Second St. Plume 643. Insurance FOR SALE. 6 - room cement block house, North Fourth St. 5-room house, hot water heat, hard wood floors, W. Gold. 7- room house, West Copper Ave. ,'1 lots corner of Central Ave. 5-room modern brick on South Kdith. 5-room brick. 222 N. Walter; $2,000. Good store building, 901 So. Kdith, $1 Down and 91 per Week. RAYNOLDS ADDITION Tots 930.00 to 1350.00 Loans, Rentals, Investments Ground Floor, State Nat'l Itank Bldif. A Good Investment Six-room modern frame house, furnished; now rented for $30 per month; a bargain for $1,800. J. II. PEAK, HO S. 3rd. Vhorie :!!I8. MANAGER OF FUEL , COMPANY VICTIM OF AP0PLETIC STROKE Srhil f'Drmnanflrnre to Morning Journal I Tucumcari, N. M., Nov. 20. (in Monday night at 10 o'clock George Morse died suddenly of apoplexy at the home of his sister, Mrs. .1. 1). Mc Murtrie, 605 'South Second street. Mr. Morse had been in Tucumcari only about three weeks and had been In charge of the business of the Tucum cari and Dawson Fuel Company. He came from Dundee, 111., where he was born in 1SB8. He hud eaten a hearty supper find been jorking with the family just a few minutes before his death. He went to the bathroom and was un dressing when the stroke came. Dr. Herring was sent for, but Mr. Morse was dead before the doctor. ar rived. He leaves a wife and one son. His wife, who was notified by tele graph, arrived Tuesday night, His Hon is in the mercantile busi ness in Oklahoma City. The remains were shipped to Klgin, funeral services will from there they will Dundee for burial, III., where the be held, and lie taken to New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. Cruel. Wife Be sure to advertise for Flclo in the morning papers. Next day the wife read as follows in the newspapers: "Lost A mangy lapdog, with one eye and no tall. Too fat to walk. An swers to the name of Fldo. If re turned stuffed $15 reward." Tit-Bits. New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. ALLEGED EMBEZZLER OF $173,000 BEING TRIED Chlongn, Nov. 20. Testimony waf given today by several government witnesses in Federal Judge Carpen ter's court against George W. Fitz gerald, charged with having embez zled $173,000 of sub-treasury money, February 20, 1907. Thomas H. I.edden testified to a shortage of $900, discovered in No vember, 190fi. Fitzgerald said he in tended to build a home. "Are you going to do it on that $900 shortage?" I asked. "Say, when I get the government, I am going to get it good and hard," Fitzgerald replied, according to the witness. . h Chamberlain's Stomach and LIver( Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may be taken with perfect safety byj the most delicate woman or the youngest child. The old and feeble will also find them a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened digestion and for reg ulating the bowels. For gale by all druggists. WANTED Hair Work. HAIR WORK Mrs. H. E. Rutherford Is again doing all kinds of hair work. 517 3. Broadway. Phone 1543J. Out of town orders promptly attend ed to. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL THURSDAY, WSF0R yTf o ? FOR SALE. $2300 6-rooin brick, modern, coiner, good shade and outbuildings; 4th ward; terms. $4000 tAiiim brick, modern, hot water heal, well built, good porches; $1400 cash, balance A per cent. $2000 5-room frame, modern, well built, lot G0xl42. 4th ward; easy terms. $2700 3V4 acres of good land, close In, good 6-room house, large barn. $1300 6-room udohe, lot 150x142, city water, good outbuildings, near University; terms. $1260 3-rooni frame and bath, elec tric lights; Highlands; terms. $2650 8 room, I itory frame dwell ing, modem, corner lot, on car line, Fourth ward. MONET TO LOAM. FITtK INSURANCE. A. Fleischer 111 South Fourth Street, riione 074. Next to Postofflco. PERSONAL. Tile Meal Institute has moved to 21i West Stover, phone 321. TO EXCHANGE iu niA.CH AN G la Good lou-acre farm, level and fenced, near good town, for property near Albuquerque. Address Owner, box R8. city. WANTED Krrand buys. Apply at the Kconomlst. WANTF.D Carpenters. Apply Sash a"d Door Company. City WE BUY gents' second hand clothing. Ill W. Silver. Phone 4.9S. KMM.OVMF.Vr AGF.Xt V. 210 VV. Silver. Phone 3,YI. WANTF.D Teamsters und laborers, $1.75, $2 and $2.25 day; carpenters; housekeeper; extra gang foreman. WANTKD Machinist. A Ibnqueniuc Foundry & Machine Works. AN Ol'l'i UtTrNITY for a live man selling our guaranteed Yakima valley grown nursery stock; exclusive territory; outfit free; cash weekly; "hustle," not experience, required. Toppenish Nursery Co., Toppenlsh, Wash. WANTF.D Meat cutter with general store experience. Write, gMnK co pies of testimonials, age, salary want ed, etc. Carthage Mercantile Co., Car thage, N. M. WANTED For United Stales army, able bodied unmarried men be tween ages of 18 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write the English language. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, Barnett bldg., Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED Experienced saleswomen, Apply at the Economist. WANTED Girl for nursemaid and help on second floor work. Apply Mrs. IX WHnman, 708 W. Copper. WANTED Two young ladies for all the year round traveling position throughout the southwest. Education and refinement necessary. Address Box 5 4, Morning Journal. WANTED Housekeeper and cook; no laundry work. Call at 718 s. Third street, In the mornings. WANTED Competent white woman for general house work. No wash ing. References given and required. Call at once, 237 N. Walter. WANTED Elderly housekeeper on farm near city. Permanent. Three people. Address "Farm." care Journal. WANTED Assistant lady bookkeep er; must speak Spanish and En glish. Apply 109 North First street. WANTED Competent woman for general housework. 1122 West Tl jeros avenue. WANTED Positions. WANTED Position, stenographic or clerical work. Four years experi ence. A-l references. Address M., care Journal. DA D Y COOK desires position, dress A. M. D., Past lira, N. M Ad- WANTED Position us wagon driver for grocery or such work by young man. Address W. H.. cure JniirnH. YOl'NO MAN Railway accountant an other clerical experience wants position with Albuquerque, firm. Al references as to character and ability: not sick. Address "F. W. C" Journal. WANTED Physicians with extensive eastern hospital and surgical ex perience wants position with corpora tion or mining company. Address R., care Journal. THE WATER IS COLD IN NOVEMBER HERE IS A SNAP Six-room house, no-font lot, shade and fruit tri'es. This is sure some bur gain for $1,400. Easy terms, Porterficld Go. FIRE INSURANCE and LOANS 216 West Gold. A SNAP? Well We Should Say. Two choice, east front, corner lots, near end of car line In Highlands. For the two, only $400: $10 cash and $10 a month. That's all. Thaxton & Co. 21 1 West Gold. Phone AR7. ALFALFA RANCH At a Sacrifice. 250 Acres 90 Acres Cultivated. Best Soil in Rio Grande. Valley. No Alkali. No Low Ground. All Level. At Head of Two Big Ditches. Adjoins Ijirge. open Range With Fine Grass. Ideal for Stock. OM.V $10,01)0.011. Worth $15,000.00. Terms. NF.W STATE RKALTV COMP.W'V. Suite S, N. T. Armljo Bldg., Phone 717. WANTED Miscellaneous. WANTED horse power electric motor In good repair: state price. Address W. 1 1. II., care Journal. WANTED P.y experienced seam stress, sewing in private family 309 W. Pacific. Phone 1 323. WANTED Stove repairing. W. A. Guff, phone 5C8. 205 E Central. WANTED House building and Job carpentry. Harton Keller, 723 No. 8th St. Phone 1292W. J55JRT Dwellines FOR RENT 3-room, furnished house 9 16 N. Eighth. FOR RENT x-room, modern house, furnished. Close In. Porterficld Co., 216 W. Oold. FOR RENT Five room furnished houses; modern. Inquire Tompkins, 608 W. Silver. FOR RENT Three-room furnished cottage; sleeping porch. 1210 South Edith. FOR RENT Two-room house, fur nished or unfurnished. W. S. V. Fu trelle. Phone 492 or 1579W. FOR RENT A -room bouse, close In, furnace heat, electric lights, buth and gas; hansomely furnished throughout. Including bed and table linens, china ware and piano. Apply to room 5, Whiting block, or phone 67J. FOR RENT 8 -room I close In; large yard Strortg Hros. Phono 7 lodern house on car line FOR RENT Hungalow, six rooms, completely furnished to the small est detail. Modern In all Its appoint ment. Finest location. Rent $75.00 monthly. Address X. Y. X., this office. Ii:sir Am i: iiorsi'.s imii ri:t. 8 rooms, Highlands $4 5.00 rooms, Highlands n an rooms, Highlands 25 00 rooms, Highlands 2O.O0 rooms. Fourth ward Ilil.oo rooms, Fourth waril 25. no rooms, rooms, rooms, rooms. Fourth ward 2.,."" Fourth ward 2".oo Fourth ward 12 00 Third ward 2.00 J. M. MOORE REALTY CO., Phone 10. FOR RENT S-room modern house. Highlands, close in; furnished or unfurnished, or will sell furniture on terms; good proposition for roomers or boarders. M. liiglmn & Dexter. .'io . nolo. Results from Journal Want Ads. NOVEMBER 21, 1912. FOR RENT Rooms. FOR RENT Nieelv furnished I In private family; steam heal, all conveniences; gentlemen. i,l S. Walter FOR RENT Modern furnished r ns for housekeeping; large sleeping porches, with or without hoard, 422 N. Sixth. FOR RENT .1 furnished honsekeep lug rooms with sleeping porc h. $12. 1507 Marble Ave., 3 blocks from car line, FO ft 1 ! EN T Threw unfurnls bed looms in modern brick house. Hath. I.atge porches and yard. To be va cant next Tuesday. May furnish for desirable tenant. Address F., care Journal office. FOR RENT Furnished bed room In private family; modern, 320 South Edith. FOR RENT FurniHhed room in Inod ern house, private family, 310 West Iron. Foil RENT Furnished room, 4 Hi S. Third street. Phone 1 257. FOR RENT Six rooms. $10. W. P. Metcalf, 321 1 18 S. Third. W. Oold. Foil RENT Niie light housekeeping rooms; east front; also furnished rooms. 507 S. second. Foil RENT One furnished room with hot water heat and running water In room. 702 E, Centra. FOR RENT Furnished rooms ior sleeping. 413 '4. liroudway. FOR RENT If desired. FoTT'RENT -Furnlslu d rooms; bourd 422 VV. Marquette. Furnished rooms, mod- ern, 218 South Wulter street. Foil RENT Nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 724 S. 2nd. Kult KENT Furnished rooms; mod ern; no sick. Applv r,08W. VV.Crntral Foit RENT Two furnisned rooms for light housekeeping. Porch. On cur line, t',25 S. Edith. FOR RENT Ijirgu sunny room, nicely furnished, private family, modern house. 512 N. Fourth street. AMERICAN HOTEL Modern furnished and housekeeping rooms. M2'j W, Central. FOR RENT Apartment! FOR RENT Modern furnished and housekeeping rooms, week or month. Westminster. Phone 1073. FOR RENT Storerooms. FOR RENT Storeroom and ware house, 601 N. First street. Inquire Albuquerque Lumber Co, FOR-it ENT Part of a well located storeroom on W. Central avenue. Suilable for a first-class barber shop. See A. Fleischer, 1 I I S. Fourth si reel. jojujon FOR RENT 23-acre ranch. Small house. Eight ucres under cultiva tion. $120 per year. Porterficld Co., 21 IS W. Oold. FOR RENT Pasture. month. A. W. Dallman, Alameda. LOST. LOST Headed purse, between ti I ') W. Conner and llunlngs. Ill old town. Contained some money. Finder return purse only to 610 W, Copper. I.oST Strawberry roan mate on mesa south of Albuquerque. Weighs about 700 pounds. Rranded Mt. on left shoulder anil left hip. Had rope tied to neck. Reward for informa tion leading to recovery of the animal. Address M. M. Dutcher, Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED Agents. AOENTS We want one good live agent in each city and town to sell wonderful household necessity. iood Income assured, also valuable prem iums. Free samples. Previous exper ience not necessary. Write nt once for particulars. Oiluiiof Company, Itos well, X. M. THE REST trees in the state of .New Mexico! And you can make that statement In the presence of youl conscience. If you are selling Wash ington Nursery Co., fruit and shade trees, fine man's commissions last week. $2.".C If you can walk, talk and write an order, ask us tor teiritory to iImv. Washington Nursery Co., T isb. Wash. PJ-i7 x Bvthmsq- sor this vaanthrJ ( "r' J AtO fAvOl THE. USVA NHXT JA STORAGE. WANTED Pianos, household goods, etc., stored safely at rensonable rates. Advances made, phone 540, The Security Warehouse A Improve ment Co. I ifflces: Rooms 3 and 4. (Irant block, Third street ami Central avenue. FOR SALE Miscellaneous. F ) It ; rey. A 1 ,10 --Saddles, ponies anil slit I 1 l! W. Hold avenue. Foil SALE Set of single buggy harness. J. 10, Matthew. Phone 420. FOR SALE- Cash or time. Drop head Ringer sewing machine. Room 4, Orant building. FOR SALE Millinery und hair goods at money-saving prices. Hats made and trimmed. Mrs. R. L. Hanks, 1023 Forreste;- A ve. FOR HALE High grade new piano Inquire at room 4, Harnett building FOR SALE Furniture. FTmSALTo Tm tillure: also good rug nml various i dh er ib-ces. 9 It ojThl ril FOR 'SALE Two new double beds. Willi springs and mattresses, one Single bed. gas plate with oven, gas healer, dining set, kitchen chairs and utensils. 3 1 1 W. Roma. FOR SALE Cheap: two new double la ds, while enameled,, and one sin gle bed. 31 l West Roma. FOR SALE Houses FoTrSALTTTiTil Fairest er; modern bungalow, nearly new; six rooms, two screened porches. Easy terms. J. o. Scth. Phono 2H7. FOR SAI.F, At a sacrifice, a modern seven-room residence, close In, hot water heat, large lot, good outbuildings; must be sold quickly. For particulars address I' O. Rox No. 4 35, City. A CLASSY HOME ONH THAI WII.Ii SI' IT YOU. Shingle Ilungalow. In a fine residence section, block from Central avenue, In High hi t.ds. $500 Cash, Ilalancc, Terms. It Is new, only occupied a one the months. In architecture am! finish, this home is strictly original, cliissy. artistic and exclusive. Contains four rooms, bath room, side sleeping porch and fro.it porch across the entire front; large pantry, china and clothes closets. The interior Is finished In white enamel und English oak, with bath and lighting fixtures to match. Ibis Is strictly u pretty home at a price that will sell it quick. SWAN REALTY X)., 211 West Oold Ave. FOR SALE Improved farm of lilly acres under ditch. A bargain. Oscar Lllfrelng, Hernurdo, N. M. FoTtffALK R i' I IAD E-2 00 acres, good bouse and other Improve ments; lots of free government land adjoining, with fine feed for slink. Address Owner, Journal office. BARGAINS. We have two modern houses ale nt prices that will Interest .iiu that wishes to buy a home. Sec I s at Once Met I I (.11 X DEVI I R, 2IO V. (.old. FOR SALE Livestock, Poultry. rnli SALE Homer pigeons, all col- ors. 1201 KdlUl. FOR SALE Fresh eggs, chickens and cockerels. 413 S. Uroa iwuy. F( iR-SALE Fresh ranch eggs. Win. liletz, 413 W. Atlantic, phone 1483W. Foil's ALE Eggs, chickens, pigeons, rabbits. 100 1 W. .Mount, iln road. THEY lay, tney win, they pay. Won four firsts, one second, at state fair. 1911; six firsts, Vwo seconds, 1912. R. C. R. I. Reds. Mottled An conas and S. C. White Orpingtons. Eggs and "hlcka for sale. L. E. Thomas, i O. Box 111, 717 East Hawldine. BUSINESS CHANCES. .25 PER WORD Inserting classified ads in 36 leading papers in the IT. h. Send for list. The Hake Adver tising Agency, 413 Main St.. Los An reles. or 12 Oearv St.. Ssn Francisco try a Journal Want Ad. Results SEVhN " Dm unp " PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. R. W. I). BRYAN Attorney-at-Law Office In First National Hank Build ing, Albuquerque, N, M. WILSON 1.FAYIS Atornfya-at-Lw. Rooms H-17-10 Cromwell Buildlag, Res. Phone H22VV; Office Phone 1172. A. II. ROIIFRTSON Lawyer. Stern niM'k, Phone 1144, DENTISTS. llt, J. E. KRAFT Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2-3. Harnett HUlg. Phone 744. Appointments Made by Mall, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. A. O. SIIOUTLB, M. 1. Practice Limited to Tuberculoids. Hours: 10 to 12. Fhoue 1177. 224 y, W. Central Ave. Albuquerque Sanitarium. Phone 14$. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Practice Limited to Genito Urinary Diseases antf Diseases of the Skin. The Wasiermann and Noguchl Teat Salvarsan "60S" Administered. Citizens' Rank Rulldlnf. Albuquerque, New Mexico. DR. O. II. CONNER, Osteopath. Rootne k-f. stern Block. Phone 55-2&. JOSEPH S. ( IPIOS, M. . Tuberculosis. Suite 1-3, Whiting Kldg. Hours 9-11 a. m. Phones: Office 1119; Sanitarium 87. RRS. TILL A HAKES, Speclallata Eye, Ear, Nose, Throta State National Rank Bldg. Phone SAW. SOLOMON L. BURTON, M. U. Physician and Surgeon. Phone 617. Harnett Bld. WOMAN'S HOSPITAL. Obstretrics and t!ynecol(.gy. Dr. Patterson, Mgr.. 723 N. 2nd St. REST COTTAUK 715 East Silver Avenue. Tubercular Cases Only. I HOST HOME , 222 S. High. Medical and Obstetrical Cases Only MISS L. S. AL4H0R, Nurse In Charge. Phono I27H A. Ill'.KlA, Professional Chef, offers his services In take charge of receptions, wedding parties, large or small. Address 924 Luna boulevard. Phone 14t!9V. Mrs. E. L. Bradford VOICE Cl'LTimB. M W. (iold. Phono mV. WANTED'lo loan Jl.fiiio to $1,MU on improved real estate. Address C. 1 1., care Morning Journal. To LOAN $1,000 for 1, 2 or 3 yearn on good close-In city property. Ad dress ( . I)., care Journal. iMicu ripen io tepair. Richard. Ill W. Central. TYPEWRITERS UNDERVVliKK Tll'liUlllTKM CO., 123 South Fourth Street. Phone 174. e THE KTACiK FOR THE HOT SPKINOS OF JEM EZ, N. I-eaves Albuquerque postoffloe e dally except Sunday at I a. m. Can carry three passenger at time. First cornea, first served. For ticket apply to (iAVINO OARCIA, Prop. 1401 S. Knuwlwat. Phone 1U. Trunk. Suit ( 'ases and Hand Rags made, repair ed and ex changed. Al hu q u C W que Trunk I'ao lor, 209 S. 2d SL Phone 423.