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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1912.
ET6HT 1 I 1 1 1 s Crescent Hardware Company ItoiM Hangm, HdiM Famishing Good. Cattery. Toota Iron Ply, Valve and Linings. I'lwkUi, Healing, fin m4 Ouppar Work. It W. CkATIIAI. AVK TELEPBOMB ! ; " 1 1 Illllll II II IIMI Mill Matthew's Milk and Cream Phone 420 f M t Charles llfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE IANTA ROSA Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.) Wholesale QfOOarg and Dealers In Wool, Hides, Pelts and Goat Skins E. La Vega. N. at.; Albuqnnrase, N. M ; Tin umcart, N. at.l rrtaldad, Colo.; Peooa, Ti. M ; Corona, N. at. t everything - ...IN THE. . Grocery WARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARD. Mgr. Ill IterbtB Ave. Phone HM.1M Chicago Mill It Lumber Co. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8. Christmas it Is not too early to make sn appointment for w,ur Christinas photographs, W I - I Phon 1 1 :t ' i Ml W est I'll! I Hi. Gloves The cues you saw advertised in the Saturday Evening Post are shown by us. M0CHA---WARRANTED NEVER TO RIP $1.50 KID--WARRANTED NEVER TO RIP $1.50 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED tCU)a5liluirn(Qi Mai 5 -Vc ait-J Ook Line fancy and Staple LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS I Strong Brothers I'liriiTtakera and Kmbaimcrs. Prompt .Service Italy or .Night. Telephone 7ft. Hllcno BUS. Strong IHk.. Copper ami Kooond. "oaaaaaaMt In the event that yoo sheuld not racelv. your morning paper, telephone BRTANT'H ME8- 8ENHKHH, giving your name and ad'lress and the paper will b. delivered by a spsclsl mea- a- Sanger. Phon, 601 or kl. Ii no steward II H. Tbs abov. reward will b. paid for th. si rest am: conviction of anyone raught stealing copies of the Morning Journal fross the doorways of subscriber JOURNAL PHHI.IHHIMJ CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTERES1 rollliX'AST. Waahlngten, Mom, U n f in iTriday nod Mtturd W MeXICO tfarvellng had been roue, left Ma if !' prominent arrived 11 so here. impanled by fht for u l,lk of a- t night from 01 HO In the dent IliMllt to ProfeM Mrs Do iberi w Bull, visitors in the nil m a . w 1 1 ii.ii. nmasiei lor the Sunt. i .'e at San Mar. iul, was a visitor hole last hlght. lie Will Itkelv rellltli lo lus Ilea. I, pi. I I ters this uiol nlllk. I I II. R, Slnnol. assistant' .ashler at the Santa Ke freight dP0t, Is 10 be made . ashler, c p Bora, the pta . ut c.iNhlci. will gu to . iillfoi inn Bant I . 1 1 alii No. V Was del.ive.l for,,- minute in arriving last uiht because of engine troui.ir ami tarn extra cars were carried to ac-oiuino-dats the h.-.ivv traffic stvaid. Mi ami Mr, ii i' Hayden, .,t New for City, have ,.1'tlvctl In .Mhn.tioT end win make their home here III futtir, Mr Hayden Is Associated Pre opera tot for the Mornlnn .lotir l A. Mopbeisoii and M. I, I'm wiii lea,, this morning for Ijis v- K is. where th go to appear In ..iis,.i ,,, ,,u Indictment, charging them with the offense of criminal n- I, I ' it 1. 1 1. ,i , i . r, Tneri degree c llv . i.ili. All KnlKhls of I 'oliiuibiis arc re nueeted to attend the funeral tins II, .11,, lit of Mis M.irc.le, S'ke.s wil, f KtiiiiN M a. sk, i Th,. ftinernl Will be held ,,l the III, ma, lllate Con- ceptlnn , inn, n n I o'clock ltv order K 1 1 Captain Christian Bralnd, former i quartermaster ,t Coei p,,b.. Ayia., paseed through 'ore last night n bis v,av t,. Washlagten, where he has been called on a detail to the of ti.,. i.r the 14 uarter in aster genera! H was ar, ompnniej b. Ins fainjlj . r. ll. Haunt. ..f i...s Angel, eu p. rim. nil, nt ,.l tlo western division ,, ilo W'esi. rn Cnhun T l.-raph coW Vui in ins private rar, i:i. . n I. , SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. VoCtf a- iilioi i,,ii liave fr,'lglil i esnavlag 4V,- .i, geg a. WALLACE HESSELBEN i. en. ral 4'onlraa-stiro. flours and workmanship cunt A gaeiaata mors for your monev bsn not other eeutmctlng firm In aJ leiqusruf,. , -rr. . at blPaitlolt I'lAMVU Btll.l. I II..... T1 HIS nt bin NV Voik Itcgiihir services will be held at i Hi - im iiiiik t Templs Albert. l)r Mendel Slier, rabbi In chare. dellv . Mnuotl on "Gratitude," ( text with tpecial refeiaac i in Thanksgiving HiMWili All IlirllHTB of the omul '(cation and ""- piihWc af cordially Invited IB attend the r i. aa, it T Hdakloa, raetilaf or th Raa Miguel National hunk hi Imk Vegas, with hli eon, Leonard, and daughter, l I mm avaruiiia re ham in mit nil th. a-acn-end aim hi and Mra. ,,i-. loach. Mi i.i.ki h wiim formerly Miss riorehc! H.-MkiiiH. Mr and mm I ";;:,e";;;i:,::;;K:r v."' Z:,,:1 lown in his auto by way ..f th. cap ! SI'IIIKI.l.t OOK8ET, Fitted by a competent cornet lere. Mra. 11 .1. KavaiiiiKb. Postal or phone. American hotel. llfeft Weat Central avenue, , f NEW THEATER WILL BE LOCATED NEAR THE CRYSTAL i r . . . i . Ml . Of. Knrilf't! m h ro.r.t nrtum House on Lots North of rarr IVIdlKUl UN OOUUI OKLUIIll Street. TUv ;ujfMun fiiit tit vcMtirdiiy by ''"" I1" Hlllll lf M'-IM II'IIII IIJ IN", i rystui and riistiMn- ptCtUT6 nOUAeV nn tli-1 IfftfMkjM ut' lh' Aiiilitm, itiukfM that s' ntlenuin the theatrical magnate of this clly. AV'lth four picture houses on hia ttrlnp, all operating lie will have become a large factor In die city's theatrical business. Mi. Harnett. It Is authoritatively an nounced, will build the new theater on the plot of ground purchased by him Nome time hl;o, on South Second street, between the rarr market and I, etwee,, silver and lioldl :.'..,. This spue v. , 11 he amtih' foi the erection ol a commodious play is,, and such he intends th new structure t he Architect J L. Drier Ii already at wo,k upon the plan. The new theater will be Unite close to the Crystal theater, al- readji held bj Mr. Ilarhett, but is to be la a very desirable section and will afford local theater-goarg a Chance to attend UP-todate motion pictures without taking a long walk, as Ii will be strict lv In the business center of the pity. The new hOUM Is to be of' poured conctele and w ill luu e many steel see- Hons, It will be tire-proof ;n every sense or the word and will be the last word in modern theater construction. TI L ELECTION Books Close Last Ni Much own. Numerous ; to See If Voters Teleph They Weie Li 10(1 It.'Kiatiatlnti for the oomtni led bond el . I, liiiin, th worth of Hot th prop' Whose result Will I a nee oi siiui.miu whose proceeds will go to erection of ii new h1i;h sob. ids th I build Ing, u,in cloned last nighi As lOOtl as the lists have heel i, lei, si il, will be Hosted in the dlt- fsrenl wards and whoever finds hlal nanie missing mny a it inserted upon ,i pplu a t ion to the board of iva-l lion ti istrntlon for thai w III be posted (or I. The lists! lays. Much interest is being manifested III the election Yesterday the tele phones at several of the re,: 1st rat loll plaOe vv ere kept busy by Voters fh wanted t know whether they should come down ami Rig the books, or whether the) were alread) registered, The lists of the last election. When in, in. led with the personal signatures made in the books, as required by law. will bring the total feglstratlOB in the city t,i a large figure, POOR AND NEEDY WELL CARED FOR BY WOMAN'S CLUB As .i result of the ftCtlVil local Woman' Chtb and the ,f th. :ener.,sl-1 lv ... llliiiiin,,,,,,,, , ,n,.,., inn, ih.ii i,ii, , s ,.,.i i,.sk..,s filled wlib attai hed 1 1 1 train No REGISTRATION ALL OVER ON SC 00 every thing needed for good Thanks-' fr- ib.ni. It was at thtS time that thefmbnilng ,t the CfhUrch of the Im g.vi.iK dinner Were distributed to the collie apparently found a choice m.T- "'" UV 1 '"" eptloti. l ather Matnl i- wurths p. at "f the . ltv this ear. As ael of sausage. The collie was valued it result there w,re no hungr) fsmllleaat MD0 and wag one of the finest in the fltty on the day when every j of its breed in the city. -l,.,,.l.l f. . ! - ,i,si,..l ..,11, ,),.. nr..- Th.. I,,, 11,1.... . i, ,inid dead mi ntH IfneaL is assumed b his oi tnclp.il ! Tluv I , suit w as made possible I,v popular sui.s, iipu us t.ik. ,i bv the Womaa'i Club. f account of the stienuouMiess ,.f the chantv work tile r. suUi in, , tiim ,,f i h. lub this alter- noon ma i.,.i held 4 BUTTERMILK FOR SALE The police are eager to discover .'wiiik t,, the tool weather, the Sun-j the poisoner, out so far he has not aba . reamet ,s now la .. easMhnallafl an dee to his t.lentit.v. a lo furnish bin lei milk at 10 cent 'scarab through the fISLf' regis- Ka loi I-, ,-i i, who will ...II at thcjiers of druggists .r,Labi wfll be n Siery for it Those who wish Ihe made barn U rs..nt pur- buttermilk ! ilviicr. bM will baj n., '. lUantlttes nt ft,,!,, live t.r ten :,!hIH.T i delivers d t r II .. ins ., THANKSGIVING CELEBRATED IN USUAL STYLE umier rarties, raniny neurr . . ions, Church bervices, an other Exercises combine t fti r . r- 'in MnLri Wrvliria,, I'lMiv v I VIIVIM J I Albuquerque celebrated Thank j tBI da) In lier usual -1 1 'I I war many dinner parties and f. 'reunion indifferent parts of the and. thanks t j the kindly offlo I th. Woman's clnl. .mil th hi ( children of the city, there was n i family that wus without at least S0m I semblance of the traditional Thanks I giving iay dinner Many famine I were also supplied with needed am Ion ,,t clothing, I Tile prlKonem at j hi re treated to a Sheriff JoHu Itonieii I they were provhh il I fn.in oyster aoup to The city prisoners ! ally fed by Jailer On provided roaHt duck ' "flxln'e" for thi in he county jail ii. dinner by who saw that Ith cvertiiiiiK hone llavanas. e no lean roy ii Watson, who ind attendant BerVlCea were held he Ktilscopal 1 . . ... . :rur. u ami n iimun noteniani iervi P Mgrga gl held at the Kirst Methodist' Uhur A apecial service was held at the Immaculate Conception church, j the junior choir -InKini' viany employes 01 prosperous em pio. s , , I en i ill K' s o men ")..luu..'a" m.A .11 ,,..- th.. ,l.,u mm - """' ' one of thanks and appreciation for the hlexsiriKS of the pejHl leu AiimiHK ,1, min who gave their employes turkey were k. k. Van Horn, of the Sunshine I'rouiociv, and Wallace rTesseMen, a contractor and planinn mill owner. Hunk and business houses were closed and ev-r,rne enjoed a day of Heeded lest. If you Deed a carpenter, telephone Heaselden, phone vv. v 1 flMF FWRINP Pill I S r TWO TRAINS INTO I ' . ' '" buI,1,n" ",;"ls whi,'h i noes . lin cttiai ' ' ," , , T''y " ,f, ,"MSt:""t maintain with proper care Is. the GALLUP STATION"'""- "' ;laref sh" 06 ln leading statement of a special article Angeles for Christmas. ,y l.ogan Waller Page, director of the I , ,M! M1" ifi """ ,,or,n the office of public rads, which appear anta Ft pftaaeftger trains No. and 4 .veaterdiiv jn-uuim entered i ,ai - lup under the s(, a4 of on,- cim no. The, engine in i i , train N.J. 2 I broke ttowH aboul tfitirttt miles west' of Oallun. The iiu.ite.i overtook It. coupled Its cats behind N and With the engine ube.nl. in d th. stalled train into tlllllup, No. 2 s disabled engine was replae- ''ii w ith another uL i.allup and II nime to A IbU'tmi iii,- under its own a"ain. An hour and fifteen minutes! I hvte. it reached heae at 6;0 o'clock, lenlay aft.ii n. The I. tinted wa on time V borses. Trimble. 1 1 : n. ind. CANINE POISONER Pieces of Sausage Filled With Strychnine Scattered in the Street; Police Seek rerpe trator of Outrage. has clod - Ihe canine poisoner, who has clod - ; cd the poll. I vv as at Wot I 1 follow: r months yesterday iggin. owned by i a Ritter, I'ox p'trier ...... u . l. , i. s:..'....i i i i... u.. ia..ln Kenned) 30d West "Stiver aeenuev 1.1.., Bulldog, owner unknown Mongrel dog. owner unknown, AGAIN AT WORK FOUR VICTIMS Mongrel dog, owner unknown. I tertalnments. I have ii better array The first intimation that the poison- "f talehl from which to make my av er was at work came yesterday tn..rn-j lections than I have ever had before, ink when .Mr. Rltter, a e .ipeiiter, hnd I exp. i t to sen. I some really high notified the police that one of bis,' hiss attraction "V,r the line this dogs hud di. ,1. evidently lr,,m poison- "'ar. ig. I Applications lor trips over the sys- oon afterward tifficcr Pablo Lilian Item are many, and b the lime 1 get h. 1m i,,,..ii.... a, ,, in,, nnlann. l...a If I... .,,.1 canine blui blood cours.ng in htb veins, the officer CObld not tell by outward appearanoea in a death Struggle at Third street and Copper avenue. The most common of the species had just finished his Thank gtelhg breakfast, and part of it still lav In th. street. It was a piece ol MMiaage, officer i.uJan ekamlned it. I, l,:, I I,. . .. sl.1,1 u-llh k.,11. 1111,1 ,1, the m , white is .1. ntly strj . hnlne. The ii.xt fatality was Mrs. Ren reed's colli.. "Hiuce." Mrs. Kennedy usually keeps Ihe ! tied in her var.l. but e.niv in the moralnas she ..llowe.i , , brief free ii, rb.d of t North Kiulitii street Of itv Jail, I , tlr. cn Walson. The o n r of canine ft.c h grabbers .hose well the tmrs t,.r his, work ,st, i, lay morning, wh.tb.-r he did n bv ,1, si., ,,r x.'cidcnt. Th. I,lt aa sacaltor. ,1 Third sir... i labile (.Hi., Pablo Lilian, the only . Officer downtown at that time, was patrolling Central iwnn, . pastsi f Wn. hnias ; Phone r.nl-f.0: for light hauling. Iji.ii cis. ii,-ss. ngers. Prompt service. Dr. Schwentker oMK ipatiiic PHVijPCSAM. Ipaclal attention given to dif floull and long atanolnaj cie of kidnei and Ueer trouble, consti pation, rhi-tiiiiut lni ami nervous disease of women. Examination free Suite ". . T. rinljo liulldlng. Office Plume, 71 Residence Phono, 1035 SOCIOLOGIST HERE TO THE COAST Mrs, Clara Mitchell, 102 Days Out From New York, Arrives in City Yesterday After Mrs. Clara Mitchell, toctologurt, ar-j fed here yesterday afternoon from! lata !' on ii uiilki:. tour from' ,, BU..,r e..,.i in Mrs Miteheil Is maklna this trio to i .. ., , , .,,,, ,... .., I I ! ..,,. hl. -. her evoerl. n, es f h ; , ,. ,.,, . n.m. I ii'iiii ri; fur it hid. Jic iw ivintl ililltins. M,s Nhl, .u ,., , CW. ik !olorado ant has so ff,, , I , ij pent two days In New Mexico. ill leave for the coast this morn ini;. after spending last night here. Mrs. Mitchell arrived at 4 o'clock yesterday, having made the fin down from Bernalillo in one day. This is n shorter than overage day's walk tor her, as she tlSUall) avcraKes twenty to thirty miiis a day, Prom Denver to Santa f, she fol lowed the Denver & Rio Qronde tuit ion, I, over the Sangre de Crlsto range ami through some of the finest scene ry nul of doors, Prom Santa Ke, she ''" "he ' '"'"" "V i " " 11 ON WALKING TOUR Ij"ira pan o, .-noes sue nun oomuilt -The .Nations Business' for No- "" ' -m" c . uuui nnother pair here, sent lo re by ex- I'l ess. Owing 10 th, fact that Khe in so much tilone on haf trio, Mm. mhell latiiys vv 'th pnv te families stop.'-, ag she in the I t'owns wnere sue stop.1, as sue jireicrs h 'I n,l ... .,,.! .. na,..n,1 more caufluaity, as at hotelH. -Mrs. .Mil, lu ll is engaged in phi- -" " ... h." lanuii pi. ...... aniw, wora ln W I " her home. '' T II T I 1 1 1 H fl 1 1 TP ENTERTAINMENTS Tn nrnin 1 1 1 nun L n II k K I II I 111 llll ! nl I S I III I II n Illllll II I II lOMINIWU I I Superintendent Si Ei Busser of! ' . r- n . n : Sailta FO Keadlllg ROOmS, I rwim-nc Coocnr. iAill Do I ucinu co me vjcttoyii inn Well Under Way By Jan, 1 , J J Bupel ii, ml. ut E. litis it the Sant reading room system, ah-j bounced yesterday afternoon before! j leaving ,ir Topeka that the eerie of I entertainments annually Staged by. 'that company would begin ill about ; mi i coiupanv nruum segjin in annul I nto a'eeas ami ,na, me season wouiu; WEEKS OR Th, dead dogaM'e well under way by the tirst of the," ". I year. some of the energy and enthusiasm I i win be able to tell the whole; Istnrv when I km back Horn this trill I to Q'oncka and Cfllmso." he said, I "but right now 1 can promise youl'l""n V,IV aTeatlyi tor at present the that mere will be some splendid en- thst th.i I tertalnments. i have better nrmy of talent from which to make my sc- hack U ablv in ten davs thev will much m..ri- so. Then 1 win'com - pl.t,, the s. he. iul, ,, , i.tei la i urn ell ts." Mi Huss, . left on 'o I for the cast. Ii was accompanied by Mrs. Busser. Thev spent only about twenty-four hours here, coming all the way from Chicago to attend to ne o" ssiiv details at the neaoquarters . of the system lure. A DEATHS AND FUNERALS Ihe I uncial of Mis. sk.T-. r-unfrtrt services ro jfra. .wargsrei "aees, wno dn.t vv eonesna; .ui.-r- noon, will In held at ! ...lock this, "ri win oiitcwte. .m,, ourwi win nc : 'n Santa liar barn cemetery. Mrs. Pofil ;''' ter ..f Mrs Skees. arrived here j Wednesdaj night Horn Toledo. ", t" , att. n,t l h. funeral. Vial l. I le ikes. Mls" Mrrte m. Kakes. 4 rear "in. .tied v esveroa) momiog ai in n.m , m i p .reins. mi ami Mrs. I l i ed W Bakes, .it Los I'l.ndei.irias funeral arnin be noun, e,l lat, L. B. Putney Wholesale Grocer Albuquerque. N. M. ol'.VC MEN . -I .1 Y iiresseti vvitnoui ueing cnmiic tii"mu cite comment, arc the fellows who want oar special Hart Schaffner & Marx int and overcoats Hon in these mnl other clnthcs, Better cc Suits $20 and uri sfOre U Han Schaffner SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier - JX MAINTENANCE REAL E Director of Highways Office1 Declares Nation is Outrun ning Itself Building What is. Not Kept Up, NEED OF ROADS SAYS Word has been received here from notion is outrunning u- vemoer. ine article l a touow s: The extensive automobile traffic! Mr. Spivey is located at 140 East during the last few year has served I Thlrt'-f OUrth street, and all Atbu to call forceful attention to the need 1 tiuerque people are invited t make of maintenance of our roads, what- ''is store their headquarter when in ver iv he the forn en the state f construction. which have lequate main- i ., . ' learned the need of tenanCe have done so only at CI nsld- leruble e,,st. The smaller civil div isions. I guch OS counties or jltricte however ntlll continue as Miave offenders ir h matter. The number of eoitntles 1 1 s,i,! '-"'': bonds or levy- ,ves to build new roads, without ' provision vvh.itevei I llltell- .nice, is really astonishing. Not only do they make no BiOQ for maintenance, but the; insult to injury bj building th. with money raised from the It bonds which In many instnnc for a period of more than vi the probable life of the rood, fo issue r.ri- year bonds, payable only at maturity,! In order to raise money to build a type of road w hich cannot in the na- ture of things last over twenty-live - vw"s' poterity, t ay t he least. The term of t he bond shoii Id should never egceed the probable life "f ,h" r,M, ,,",,'ss iuon exceptional I cases as where there is much per- 1 nmno"t ",,rk- ,uch," hevv Fa','n or it 1 1 1 1 1 r iiii iii-w rii it nf wnv tvnnti h term may be Juatly eatended, Thla and fairness. If we ask posterity to pay our debts, we Should ntak sin-.-that we are giving fair return in the value of the improvements we leave them. , "j winch is now directed solely toward 'n nsiiu.uou .u new loads, we would brighten the present toad situ- "' " " " ' ' "' '" "r " " " mointencnee. ""i "m ""ist we improve inir present s stem of maintenance, such as we have, but we must also work out better methods, especially in sec tions where labor is high. The main tenance uf trunk lines by the system I of section men or cantonnlera will no "',llbt prove prohibitive. Some fori. doubt prove prohlbltlv "' self-propelled Vehicle , train of . ' 1 " " " ' - 'is an ine maieriaiaiiu I men, and capable of passing over a ! cousin, irauw icnmn eacn day. will la uoiioi soon be loiind lo be more sat isfactory and economical than our present system! in many regtooe. Self-propell.d sweepers and tar or 1 oil distributers will also no doubt I soon find their proper place in this country as ihe, have abroad. The plain fact with regard to road main- tenanc, in the United States is simplv i this: Wat, we give too little attention to road maintenance: second, what road maintenance we are doing I tint.' i Cetrtllo) I.uin (allup Lamp HAHNCOALCO. PHOVE PI. ANTllltACITE. ALL SfltEK, STEM COA1V Coke, IM Woad, Factory Wo,al. Cord Wood, Native Ivindllng. Fir. Itrtek. lire CTay, Santa Er Brick. rnDHn.ni Hrlck, lisle. An Announcement to Users of Anthracite Coal i now have Ihe Victor Ugad Howie Wa-he,i Onfee, ireiareii eng.ee InMy for ba -burlier and furna. es. Till coke is burnisl IK ,,,iirs and eW POSes In hardn. -s and lasting iiinlilie to anlluacMe ornl. NO 4 1 INK1 Its 0(T. l., olt SMOKE to cooled isfsjaj I aisa handle the I rcstcd llolle Anllira, He Cwgl JOHN BEAVEN ifha like to kk MflWny .rl, in .vl flierc s a dignity that isn't to be Itstinc- u .illicit, it. Overcoat ;M the home tit & Marx clothes 1 iih far to,, the good much, r.ct those who have roads luterast really at heart unite in bringing this (jtieNiion before every community until Kene rul .systematic maintenance becomei the custom and not the exception. Our roads will then cost u Ich. in I direct outlay and yield us far nlgier returns in both pleasure gnu prollt. To stun Up the pfesent road Sltua-' Hon is on- sentence, I would Bny: "(', instruction, progressive, nil vuneliik about an fast as is expedient; main tenance, lagging! ilefirlcnt hn both amount and quality." 4. FORMER LOCAL MAN IN CURIO BUSINESS IN NEW YORK CITY Albert s. spivey. who uas forineth at the head of the local Harvey curio room that he has engaged m the ourlo business in New York City. Mr. Spivey left here several months ago because the altitude affected his health. II has now ri mined his nor- in -I condition. Nevv York. New York's latest fad. "The Ulna Bird" pin. Clarke's Curio Store. Auction! Monday, December nth. ut 2:80 p. in., at 334 South Kditli Street, 1 will sell at public auction t. large and beautiful residence and lot; 7 -rpom house. north and south sleeping porches, both In closed with Klass; corner lot, COS 142, with room lor another tionse: on car line, modern, close in. Call, vvr.tc ,,r phone J. M. (jolHo, ut 22.1 S. Second street, phone 421,'. J. M. SOLLIE, Auctioneer. Buy Vincent's Colorado Beet Sugar Syrup 100 Per Cent Pure licet Sugar and Maple Syrui 1-1 gal., 3rc; 1-2 gal., 65c; 1 gal., $1.25: at all retailer. CHARLES ILFEL.D CO., Wholedale Distributors. LET US SEND A MAN To replace that broken window glaaa AI.Hl'Ql Kligt i: LUMBER. COMPANY Vhone 421 423 N. First FRANK AUCTION CO. AUCTIONEERS Furniture wanted for cash, anv quantity, or will sell on commis sion, M W; I Ith. Phone 57 WATCH sm.E Until January i, tit, I am making spenal cash prices on El gin, Waltham, Hampden, Illinois Rockford and Beth Thomas men's IX size and ladies' K size watche in 20-year gold filled cases. Ex press charge prepaid. 7 jewels. $1.10; Ii jewels, Jia.00; 17 jewels. Ill ,S0 Men's li; size and 12 size as above. $3.00 more. All of above in nickle case, J4.00 less. Satis faction guaranteed or money re I undid. Address E. I DODGE, Albuquerque. X. M. Orrlllos buive i.allup sto