Newspaper Page Text
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
EIGHT ' "I'"' '' 'tj --' .-... .,. Crescent Hardware Company tnvN tUngfw, Hobm rarnliOiInf fiood. Caller?, Tnota, Inm Pip. ValfM and FUllinr. I'lamblaf, HUng, Via and Oopper Work. iii . ckntiiai, aik. tklki'Houk in Matthew's Milk and Cream Phone 420 Charles Ilfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA Gross, Kelly Wholesale Oroiri Wool, Hides, Pelts K. Vfa, N. M.J Albuqncraa. N. 0olo. I'dwa, N. M.; 1 ONCE AGAIN ! IN STOCK 6 Bars for 25c WARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. 315 Mnilile Ave. Phones 2IW, 2WI1 Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8. Christmas It In hot tan rally tu maku Bti .1 ; 1 1 i i , 1 1 it tin your I'h l ml ni.ii photo:;riipliii. ill toil, ::t:i'j est Central. I'll. ,n.' II The New Things in CARL & WILSON Full Dress Shirts ,K'I'. v i AY ' I MSI'l. iii':'!-, ;'Hji i is Tin; l. r I T I ! i I l ' , i Kk 1 .'.I -1 t'- Sl 7 J., o.v'.-.'.v v'Min.y.r; ' ' 1 1 , ME TO SOAP & Co. (Inc.) and Pealnrt Id and Goat Skins M ; Ttionmoart, H. If. frlalda, Corona, N. M. his i , LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS I Strong Brothers I'nili-rlnkiTH niul ICinhalmera. Prompt Service Day or Night. Telephone 75. JtcHldeiice 8. Ktroiiic lllk., Copper and Second. a4 In th. av.ot that you annuld not raoolva your morning papar, telnphnria BKYANTB MKH KKNHI';nn, giving your name and addreaa and the papar will ba delivered by a apodal mm anr. I-hou. 601 or 111. I.OO Reward III. Tha utu,v rewird will ba paid for tha aireal and conviction of anyona chukIU atflallrig oople of th Morning Journal trout tba doorwaya of auhaciibara. JOURNAL PUBLlHHlIvti OO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST U I VI III K 1(1 I'OltT. For tli twenty-four houra ending ht 6 o'clock yeHlerday evening: -M i x 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tcmperal lire, Ui drKi'ees; iiiliilniiiin temperature, IN; rauKc, Temperature at li p. in, yesterday 42, Southwest winds; ni'lly cloudy. FOItliX'AST. Washington, Nov. ill). New Mexico - Hnhi or snow In north, ruin und colder In Month portions, Th 1 1 rHiliiy or Th in wilny iiIhIiI. l 't l tin y fair. It, -v. .liiioi'H M Shinier, of Simla Ke, bi speiidl iih it tiny or So here, Ml II. W. ltu;i',tilH niul little Hon, llm h, nil' vlaltiim in Ihr oily from their llollO' ,l WIIISloW, Ailz. 1 i liiown. mi auditor in ihr t-iii -ploy ol Ihr H.n . l.-iii. ni rivol lo-i o Iiii'l ii ik IM A I I li nr Si'limmiiii, Intnier mayor of Santa l''c. Hill hole hiHt lilKhl ,m ,i hllMllli'MN iKll, I'll, III, H Mllllll, of t 111- I'l, IIK0lill.lt,., I l.,iioi' t 'oinpuny. loft lit nt iiIkIiI for I loin i t on u I usiness trip, V I!. Wllllo, t I'll IIN M II I ;l I loll III- spi-ctor lor the Sunlit .v coast Mill's, Ih t-( i i i i 1 1 i i l.'. several days lion, on rail I'outl mailers. l'i of. -,.i .1, li. Tlnslcy. agricultural Vnit lor Hi,. Santa .v, lift bint Mulil tor a business trip over tin- I III -off. A. W 1 1 tl i ,11. of Si, ii Maroial. I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 I , l I,, r Hi,, l;o liialldo ,li- I-hoi of tli,. s. ml. i I'o, Hpi iit yi Ktoi -,I,m li,-,,. ,in IntshirMN. .lohll .1, Ihiffi, fisrii) iu;i'til for tlllH ilinrli-i of Hi. f,.,vM s, r i. ,., 1,-fi lust nii'ht I,, i s.iu I 'i ,', in In,-o mi a IhimI- lli'l-v p .Iii.Ii.,- Cll-uoith innaliH. of At, 'lil soii, kin., i fi,,-, i,, 1 1 , , 1 1 ii , i i laitnH nl l.'llii i, iil ii , ,,l l.ist nithl It'oin his li.oio in ... ii. 1 ,l,, or o horr. i'li ..rni!., i Hull tho slorK li ft nn uihl ml l-.i. l.oy at llio hoiiu- SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. Notify li lifii j, in liuvc trilht I'oiiiliic. 4Vr il,i tin- nt.1. Aztec FuefCo. BUY and BURN Gallup Coal It Lasts Longer Ikh 161. WALLACE HESSELDEN Gnu-raj ( N n tnw-t ura. TlKurM and worknianahlD count ' ruarantM- more f..r your monf nan anr ntnrr -optmrttng firm lu Al- atl'aJtloit n.WINU MUX. I 'bona Hi. NEWEST FCTON C'i impli'lc sluik now mi IimiuI 'if all tin- ll('s ones Strong's Book Store "Your Moiit-y HiuU If Yon Want It." of Mr. ami Mr. Julian .1. SteyKKal, ,'US Wfct lluzi'ldiiii' nvcliiiii. Si th Simmons, anil family und his I'lirontH, Mr. and Mm. IC.ra SIiiiiiioiih, of Tipton. Mli h.. atrlvvil hi-ro last li I K 1 t to visit Mr. anil Mm. l.-oti All' n anil MImh Hi'itha 'liiylor. Tin- Wiiiiiiiii'h Hoclitv "f tho Coti kii tfiilloiiiil i hiin h will mci t this alti-rnoon n't o'clnok lit t hi' hoiiu- of Mm c -si t-1 Ilopplnn, r,H South Ariin Hlni t. S. M. Kallmarsh, an offitial of t hi Santa Ki- si ori' ih part im iit, who was formerly a residilit of tills city, nr rlviil Inst iiiKht Iroin Los AiiU'-lis to spotnl si'Vcral ilay hi ri'. Snpi i liiti'inli nt F. K. Suiiiiiicrs, of tin- Siiiila Kf's lilo tirnmlp illvlshm ni.MHiil ihroiiuh hiri' la.it nlKht on his way lioiiii' to San Marcial nlti r a trip to Topi-ka. K. Mil'iirly, of iialliii, traln-iniiMi-r for the Alliinpnriiii' illvisiori of the Haiitii l roust lini-s, ntrivi-il Iiim1 tilKhl In HlK'tnl ii 'his or so with his family hi re. It. p. Voakiinu I'rothir of I'nsi- ilrhl I!. V. Yoakum, of the Frlsro lines, and himself ronnerted with those lines, arrived last nlKht from his home at Koswell for a visit here. (', I). Miller, former Mute, engineer, arrived Inst nlnht on his way home to Ijis Cruees after ii visit to Sun In Fe, where he nt tended the Sroltlsh Kite reunion. KoKiilnr communication of Temple l.odK''. No. II, A. !' A M.. this evcnlnn al 7::i0 o'clock. All visiting hlelhren are wel ne. By order of the V. M. Hurry Hninn, secrelnry. The KnUhls of (nhinilius will he hoslM at an enjoynhle Hocial dunce I h ih evenlDK at (Mil Fellows' hall. The dance Is for all knlKhtu, vlHitltiK lirolhers and their ladles. licpnly I'liitcil States Marshnl Henry Sena left Inst nlKht for Tiicnm carl on InislnesH coiinecteil wllh the charites iiKiiinst Max CedilcH, who Is .illened to lie ti white sla er. JamcH I!. Aihims, assistant forester in the office of operation, left last nlkht for Uenver after 11 Rtny of nl- inosl a week hero. Mr. Adams Is maklliK a lour of the district forest service offices of the country. The sewer In the hnlldlliK occupied hy the fire department hernine cIiIkkciI yesterday mornlliK. Fire Chief Klein, not waiting for IhP n.-wer Inspeclor, set the flreineii to work with a hose and cleared the drain. A. O. Smith, president of an unto part ma niifact urliiK compnny of Mil waukee, li lt Inst hIkIU for llranls. bc c panic, 1 hy K. Z. 'ont. to spend the winter on Mi 'oKl has been a since Friday Vi'kTs rntich. Mr. visitor In tin- city An unknown niiin reported to Santa Fe officials last nlnht that his Klip had been stolen by a fellow pas sciiKcr 011 No. s while that train stopped here lor supper. When an investigation was Iickiiii It was found that tun only were mi p and passen ger Hone. I. lit the owner of Ihe Imik Itaue as well. All persons holdlnu season tickets and others who rxpi-.n to hear the lecture of JinlKe Ceotue 1 . Allen will take notice lluit the date for his ap pearance In A 1 1 1 1 1, 1 u 1 1 . 1 1 ,- has been rh.'ini'd from Monday, oenihrr S.MIi. In TucHdaj, November L'lllh. Word has been received from Hoover to the effect that this season's tour of JuiIkc Allien Is the most successful he ever ban made, and A lbiiipiei iueans Iherelore tire nssured of a literary treat on next Tuesday riinht. FREIGHT TRAIN OFF TRACK DELAYS NO. 3 FOR SEVEN HOURS A derailed fielnht train at French, south of lliitnn, yesterday morniuK delayed S.inta Fe passenger train No. :i nunc than seven hours. The lim ited did not reach here until ti o'clock yesterday eveiiinu, but other west bound passenuer trains kept up to Ihe s. hedole. No one was Injllltd ill ihe l i i ii 1 1 1 1 , , 1 1 . it u.is said. WOODMEN OF WORLD CONTEMPLATE A BIG SMOKER FOR MEMBERS The lu-ws yesterday I'l cain,. public 111. it Hi. local lodKe of Woodmen ol the Wi t Id is cont.-iiiplntlnj; tin. hold iuk "f a I -IK sni.'h. r in Hecember. This e,nt will be for member onjy nd 'll! be some class. ilccolditlK to the st. ,i, mciils of ihiK,, in charge. The e.o t date w ill be fli ,1 later. MUCH INTEREST IS TAKEN IN OLD TOWN JUSTICE ELECTION Mn.h liitei.st is hemic taken in the cl.elion fol lu.-tl.e of the pearc which Is t., lake pi ,, . 1 1 1 i.l.l Alhu.iiieriiuc -n it Loot a tnonih The progressives, ill I lousllli; IKeetilli! Monday IIIKht. ii"ii.inntoi I'aiital. oii .Marline!', as their , tndi.biU-, i'ft.-r nai, h dissension. 'Ihe l, liiorr.its. it is ulltlrrstood, are likeb to ii, , mill. ii,. on of ihe .amoriis r.,-e,,,iKe ,,f Mi,- ent ll iisiasm displayed it Ih.- . on wn e iioiiuii.it, iii; nieet irn, it is Hi,.,, tin th,. democrats will make nil unusually strong hhowillt;. SEVENTEENMILLIQN POUNDS OF COPPER MINED IT HU T People Fail to Realize Magni tude of Chino Company's Op erations, Says General Man ager D, C, Jackling, That the people of Ihr slate failed to reall.e tin lunKbltiide of the oper ations, of the Chino Copper Company nt Hurley, and that that concern va shortly to declare dividend, were the main leatul'CH of statements made here yesterday by a party of officials o t rin t company while here between (rains on their way to Salt Ijike City. I'tah, after an Inspection of the Hur ley properties. The party Included 1'rcsidenlt C. M. MacNell, (ieneral Manauer 1 1. C. .lacU llnu. Will litis, of (Mis lluiik-h. Col orado Springs brokers, and J. H. Watirs, of the Florence & ("ripple Creek railroad. The men who are not officials of the Chino Company in-' stockholders and represented clicnti on the Inspection. Mr. JacklltiM declared that the cop per profluelloii or Ihe past nine months had heen nearly 1S.II00.UUU poundH and that the profits net, had I n about l,i;i;i!,iOHl. "(Mir aveniKO dally production nl present Is 11,0(10 tolls of ore," he said, "the monthly nveraMc beine; 4N,tmi) tons. There Is plenty ol copper In slKhl lit Hurley to outlast the present Koneriitlon. The properties owned by l his company )ff prodiieinn more than a third of the copper mined In this country. The Chino Itself is a model property and we are much pleased with the shuyviiiK it Has made. I 'ii i t costs have decreased with the ad dition of thd latter units of the plant, until now the costs are below what they were estimated. The fifth see. Hon of the mill has heen completed, and we now have practically censed construction at 1 1 urley. "We have plenty of water for all our property at Hurley." .Mr. JacklinK declared that sixteen steam shovels and seven locomotives were at work at Hurley every day und that everythinn was koIiik forward Minoothly. Jt was unofficially announced by this party that a dividend would shortly be declared by the company. . Public invited to Woman's Club Art Sale next Friday, 205 West Central. MUSICAL QUINTET MIXES STRAUSS AND -RAGTIME' )N STREETS i ."iv,. musicians, who claim t be from I'lltsburKh, last niKht played u number of selections, on the streets und at different hotels :uil restau rants about tow ti. ; Tile music they dispensed was Hood, better than is oftetf heard. ItaK-time was much in evidence, but the classics Were not neiilected. They played at Hi'Veral points aloni' South First street, crossed the street to the Alvalailo. ami set every Iniiulsitive ear alert to dis cover who they wore and whence they came. They played "lleautlful Hull" for a starter, then the violins wailed and the bass throbbed In the strains of Strauss' "Blue Danube." Traveling men who had none out on the veranda to listen danced fancy little waltz steps and thought of home. I.ove-lorn lull hops wrlKKled on their S'liiare stools. The telephone Klrl missed two calls. Hitch ami clear the violins sounded, soft and sweet the cornet blared, while everyone tra-d at once to find out the town from which the quintet hailed and who they were, that they dared to play raK-time and Strauss alternately and both yvlth imii notes. Phone fi 0 1 -r. 0 2 for light hauling, IMireels, messengers. I'rompt servbv. POLICE JUDGE TO GO ON HUNTING TRIP UP RIVER Police .Indue Ceorge K. Craig. .1. A Miller, his law partner: Sam sieons and Fred II, Hon will leave Ibis morning alter police court on a hunting- trip. Thev will go along the Klo (Iramle north of Iternalillo. They ex pect to he gone until Friday night. In the ahseii, ,. of Judge Craii;, Jus tice W. W. MeClellan will occupy his bench. If you need a carpenter, telephone llesselden, phone :i?7. PALMIST SAYS BOY ASSAULTED HIM; BOTH ARE ARRESTED Joseph lliuihey. an apparently frail youth, and Harry Dow lis. a palmist of ample figure, were arrested yes terday afternoon The man said the ho had assaulted him and the youth was anxious to prefer charges against Ihepalm reader, so warrants against both were issued. They were released under !." bond each. Their eases are set for trial this morning in po lice court. SAFE FOR SALE SnerifLf I'rii If Nnhl Tislav. P. P. McCanna Mine Null. mil I Hunk DnlMing. Dr. Schwentker OSTEOPATHIC niYJsK'lAX. Special attention Kivon to dif ficult and lonj; slandinif cases of kidney and liver trouble, consti pation. I heiiniatlsni and nervoua dlHeasrB of women. Examination Free K li lie 5, N. T. Arinljo lliillilini;. 1'liono 717. SENTENCED TO JAIL Her Spouse "Bewitches" the Lock-Up When Chief of Po lice Refuses to Release Wife; His Address Now "City Jail," That I'oliee .Illdiic (!eore It. CraiK is no more lenient yvith husband beat ers than with wile iiim n l was evi dent yesterday liiorniiiK when he sen tenced Mrs. Maude Munsey, who beaticd her hubby with a whisky hot tie, to serve thirty days in jail. S. C. .Munsey, who says he Is u painter, pleaded with Chief of l'ollce Thomas M.Millln to release his spouse, and when the chief refused he thi'eaictiril to '"bewitch" tho Jail. The chief was unchanued nnd Mun sey west icu la! i d and muttered ill his beard. Minis. ". spent last niicht In the "be witched" jail. He probably will he illsehal'Ked this niornlriK. New York's latest fad, "Tho Blue Hird" pin. Clarke's Curio Store. JOE BBEN ARRIVES T Coach of Former Successful Events Put on by Elks to Take Charge of Rehearsals at Once, On No. !l tonight there will arrive the most famous coach of amateur theatrical events who has oyer staged a production In Alluuiueniue. This is Joe Ilien, who has put on half a dozen events here for the Flks and the Knights of Columbus. All of them were successes, but Hren has said in a letter to the local commit tee (hat this show is Ihe best of them all. II is a minstrel show with a new feature end ladies as well as end men. There are eight ladies and twenty-one men In the cast and se lections are being made for talent to fill these positions. It Is likuly that the cast will not be completed until Itren's arrival. With Hren are .Mrs. Hren and the baby, who Is said to have one of the cutest bits of Ihe whole show. Hren will assume active charge of the rehearsals tomorrow night and will begin smoothing out the produc tion at once. The show will be staged at the lilks' theater on Thanksgiving eve and Thanksgiving night. Handsome lithographs are already out for the show ami advertising will he carried on in a strenuous campaign until j after the minstrel. ' Rip-p-p-p-p! Out Come Thousands - of Dres Shields! No More I vci-s-ly e and I iiiiatural Xlin-I'il IVcplrulloil or Odor. a box of ri-'.RsPl-XO right ayyay la free povyder pad in each I'oxi and the surpria of your life. It means good-hye to that ex cessiyc and unnatural pel spirmlnn, y herever it may be. that makes you feel miserable, good-bye to stained, failed, stiffened, ruined dresses anil waists. l'KKSl'l -N' i keeps the arm pits Just as flesh, natural and dry as the back of your hand No more rolling up of dr,jss shields like ropes under the arms. It means ilie age of dross shields is tone. As remover of perspiration odors and a body svyeetcticr. there is noth ing like it. Not a sticky. greasy cream: it's a ponder, t'se it in sum mer when it's hot. or in winter when your clothing is heavy. It's a marvel. lKKSl'l-.o. sol.l al druc and de li. r t iie-m stores. ;.". a box. or sent on ie. i apt ,.f pi le- by The l'crspo Co., Chiiauo. 111. For sale snd reiimimemled by liw. II Drug t'o. HUSBAND BEATER IS FOR flAYS HIS EVENING TO STAGE SHOW I let ADOLPHUSBUSn BE HERE TODAY Special Train is Carrying St, Louis Multi-Millionaire to His Winter Home at Pasadena, Family Accompanying, Sometime this afternoon or this eveiiitis", Ailolphim Ilusch, the fU. l.oulJ multi-millionaire brewer, will pass through here on his way to his winter home at l'asadena. Mr. Husch was recently seriously ill In (lei'many, but now has recovered to a larne exteri' and It is believed a winter spent in the balmy air of the Sunset slate will complete his recovery. Mr. Husch yvas at one lime expected to end his days at the Cierman resort where he spent u portion of Ihe sum mer, but friends were gratified late !n October by the receipt of the news that he was better and would soon he aide to return to this country. He sailed Irom Furope October L" 2 1 . and after a lew days' rest in New York, continued to his home in fH. Houis. Mr. Husch was seventy years old July lOlh, of this year. The trip west will necessarily be somewhat wen ring, hut it is hoped to make It ns brief as possible, without any extra fast running, hy eliminatinu many un necessary stops. For many years Mr. I'.nseh lias been accustomed to go to l'asadena lo spend the winter and his passage through Alluuiueniue has been an an nual event, This year he is traveling on a special train, composed of hag-gage-car. dining car. Pullman sleeper, and his luxurious private car, Adol nhus. He left Kansas City, at .r o'clock yesterday morning, following I No. ;i. the California limited. He is accompanied by a party of intimate friends as well as his immediate family. Saddle horses. Trimble. 112 N. 2nd. Home Cooking Table at Wo man's Club Sale next Friday, 205 West Central. HAIRDRESSING Manlourlns, Switches Made and Dyed. . MA KIN I OI.I.O f'KKAMS AND I'OWDKKS. MRS. CLAY, Opposite I'ostofflce. Buy Vincent's Colorado Beet Sugar Syrup 100 lVr Cent I'ure Beet Siig-ur and Maple Syrup 1-4 gal., 35c; 1-2 gal., 05c; 1 gul., $1.25; at all Vein Hers. CHAHI.i:s Ii.FIXD CO., Wholesale Distributors. Auction! Monday, December (Mb, at 2::t0 p. in., lit 3-21 South Kdilh Street. 1 will sell at public auction a large and beautiful residence and lot; 8-r,ioin house, norih and south sleeping porches, both In closed Willi glass: corner lot, Mix 142, with room lor another house; on car line, modern, close in. Call, yvrite or phone J. M. Sollie, at 21'3 S. Second si root, phone 42'2. J. M. SOLLIE, .Auctioneer. J ON WAY WEST An Announcement to Users of Anthracite Coal I now liuvc the Victor Light Ho se Washed Coke, prepared cspcclMlly for liase-bui-nci's and furnaces. This coke Is huriiiil 48 hours and compares In lia illness ami lastl c; qualities to anthracite coal. NO CMNKKltK. SOOT, ti.VS OH SMOKF to contend with. I also handle the Crested Itutte Anthracite Coal. JOHN BEAVEN KrHAHN COALCO. PHONE !. ANTHRACITE, ALIi SIKKS, STEAM COAIj. Coke, Mill Wood. Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Klndllrur, fir Hrlclt. Fire Clay, Santa Fe Brick, Common Brick. Lime. Our Thanksgiving t Li men is Proving a Big Success Our linen sale-: are always welcome because of their li. ma-fide character. This sale has created widespread interest, fur the prices are positively the lowest, at which you can buy equal qualit c'v o matter what price yon wish to pay fur your table linen you can make a selection from this stock and be a-ured of a su'istantial saving. All of our fine cloths with napkins to match are included in this sale. Als Towels. I luck Toweling by the yard, and lied Spreads. V.vcry Wanted Sort of 1. incus at '.v.vr.' Price S-iiigf. THOJSE. 283 Copyright Hart Sthslmer 5f Mux YOU'LL like this overcoat ;is well as ymi like tlic looks of it in this illustration; the l'olleil shawl-collar is a new feat ure; very stylisJi. Hart Schaffner & Marx make many good new things in overcoats; and we've got a lot of them to show yu now. Overcoats $'0.00 and up Suits $22.50 and up MO The Central Avenue Clothier. This store Is the home of Hurt Schaff ner & .Marx Clot I ie. L. B. Putney Wholesale Grocer Albuquerque, N. M. LET US SEND A MAN To replace that broken window glass AMU'Ql'KIMJl'K M'MllKlt COMPANY Phono 421 423 S. First ' CerrllliHi 8tov Gallup Stova 4 Sal 313.313 W. CEITHAl-