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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL', SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1912. Crescent Hardware Company Stove, llangea, House Kurolatilng Oooda, f'ullrrj. Tool. Iron Pip, Valve mul lining. I'lumbliig, Heating, Tio and Copper Work. t V. l VlltM, Ai:. TKI.KPIIONK HI Do You Know Whsra Your Milk Comes From? Phono MATTHEW'S 420 Charles Meld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA i Sugar & Iteflhllig Co., a California . concern. He Hopped In Albuquerque to vlMit Mra. Sheehun. who I an mint, while on hi way to uxntird front loullana, whcrf hi- hail been for two month engaged lii construction work. Today In Hal) Hernurdlno, Cal.. Miss j A it n I'M Hansen will become Hip Initio I of (lli'ii H.nedlit, an Albuquerque boy, who for Home tlino has res.ded la southern California. Thu trunni to , be la a aon or Mr. I .a urn Hcncdlct flould, of thlH city. Tho newly weds I will vlali Albuquerque on their honey j moon. The bridesmaid at the wed ding will he Miss l.ulu Benedict, of uaKiuna, fill., who bIno will accom pany Mr. a lid Mm. Hencdict to thin city, remaining here to live after a rcslilemv of two yearn In Oakland. Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.) Wholesale arocem and Dealers In Wool, Hides, Pelts and Goat Skins K. IjM VrgM, JV. M.j Albuquerque, , M.j Tucnmcarl, N, M.J Trinidad. lolo. reeo, x. M.J Corona, 2V. M. The Daughters of tho American devolution meet thla afternoon at I lie home of Mr. J. V. Hull, 010 North Kl rut street. BUSINESS IfJ 1912 IS BRICK PLANT SOLD BETTER THAW THE YEAR BEFORE Half Dozen Merchants in Var ied Lines Declare That They Have Done Bigger Volume; Christmas Trade Heavy, ON OLD JUDGMENT NO MOR E FOR PRISONERS HUNT'S QUALITY FRUITS Deserve Their Reputation. The Finest Packed. We Have Sold Them Several Years. for Three Grades 25c, 30c and 35c. Buy Them in Assorted Cases at Case Prices. WARD'S STORE HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. lU Marble Aye, Phone 208, m EE LAUNDRY WHITE WAGONS Strong Brothers f Undertaker and Knibalmers, 11-omnt Kcrvlco Day or Night, Telephone 73, Itealdence CM. Strong lllk., Cupper and (second. See PUTNEY If I on Want n Studebaker BuggyCheap We Are the Agent. I.Hik At Our Slock. 1,000 HENS Illy Gentry' i:lra Oiiiillty Kgg. These vuuh are hocd mul scaled at the ranch ninth of town, ami noIiI lij .In f la, Muloy anil IIiikIi Trotter. In the event that you ahould not receive your morning paper, telephone BRYANT'S MK3 HKNaKKH, giving your name and addresa and the paper will tie delivered by a apeclal mea aengor. phone 601 or COS, $5.00 Itcwanl (5.00 The above reword will be paid for the arrest and conviction of anyone caught stealing copies of the Morning Journal from the doorwuya of subscriber. JOUHNAL. FUULlHHINfl CO. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTERES1 WKATIIIOIl KI J-OHT. For the twenty-four hour ending Ht II o'clock yesterday evening: Maximum temperature, 43 degree; n 1 1 ii I tnij in tcmperutiire it; range, 40. lempcruliire t 6 p. m yesterday, 31. SiiuthweMi wind; clear. ItUtlXVST. Washington, Dec. 27. New Mexico: Fair Saliiiiluy anil prohubly Sunday, Men's 1 ZZ3 Overcoats Wc still have a repre sentative line cf good Overcoats left. Prices range from $15 up wards. BROWN IS THE STY LISH COLOR DENT'S GLOVES AND $2.25 $2 T. A. WllllaiiiH, a Santa Fu employe, arrived lam night from Lus Wgua to spend a day or ho hefe. K. lliundjeaii, merchant of 8an Murcliil, and 1). II, Sorello and It. J. While, uIno of that city, were vlHltors here yesterday. Mrn. V. a. llldcnhau. of Clovla ar rived IiimI night on the rut-olf train. She I the wile or n well known ,Hur ey ayatem offlclul. Kdwuid M. otoro, manager of the raiicheH owned by the l.lllla estate, in a vlallor ttoni hiH home ut Los Lit ni'H today, having arrived lust night. U. I.. Hhch, of Santa Fe, returned lt night from l.a Joy, w hero he M'ent the day showing the 1-u Joya Kraut (l Mia. t J. Wainlioldt. a land iniyer. I'ltigenlu Itnmcro, a prominent fig ure in republican politic, at l ived IhmI nlKltt from IUh Ii.itiu' In Imh Vegua. Mr. liiiim io l treasurer of San Miguel county. J. Sain llUNtiih. former owner .if the Oeiu and the Airdoine, imd author or "J. Sum' llliick fat" and other potilar Hltigan, urrlved yelerday from ICI I'iino tu lunk nr IiIh old Htamplug ground here. A nicchanlc'a lien wuh yeHterday filed on tho (len tlienter, a motion pic line pluyhouae which recently hun pemled operatioiia lifter a Hcvcru! week' run. The amount Involved I $"iiio, which I claimed by Contractor I'M. Kournelle mid M. Nash. T. Sidney White, vice president anil coiiHUltniK engineer of the l'enn Hrlilge I'ompanj; apent ycHtertlay here K- iiiiiH ui iiuniiueii w ith the local com miaNionei-n and lookinu. aroiuid fe pruBpei tUe atcel work Jobs. Mr. White wa on hiH way home from California to Heaver FuIIh, Pa. N T Road Board Plans to Improve Opportunity for Cheap Labor Afforded by Men in Bernalillo Bastile. lilli'lii'KH Ih hi inn to be ti thlnn of the punt for the primmer of the ller nallllu coupty Jail. The county road board' two remaining member held an informal meeting yeHterday und decided that the men who are being maintained ut county cxpciiHC mlalit a h well earn HomethiiiK while they re main in ciiRtody and will ahk the coni miHHioner to put the men to work on the road iih Moon a poHHlble. The chiiiiKe I expected to be bene- llelal to the primmer, a well a to the road, a work in the open air will keep them In better health than merely Idling away their time In jail. It will iiIhii act a n deterrent to the He vein 1 men who Heem to tlllnli that a ventencn to jail mean merely a meal ticket for h iiiuiiv month. Tho board did not bold a formal meetlnu hccaiiHc of the lack of a chairman, canned by the death of Fe lix II. Renter, ami will not hold n for mal meeting until tin- new third mem ber of the board, John S. Heaven, take up hi dutle. The preHent mem ber, A. Zamora and H. C Hutlcr, lo not euro to elect a chairman fit preHent. The board held a lengthy HetiHlon at the court houne and heard aeveral complaint regarding the roiidH of the county, particularly north from old AlbiiiUei'(Ue to I,o llurane, where the convict have been working. .Al though a conHlderable Hection of till highway ha been graded north of HurancH, there I a aeetlon Junt mmth of that place where kiiildlng. bought by the county, Htlll project Into the rlght-or-way. Thene, It I planned to remove and then the road will he flniMhed a far a Punine. After that, what will le done depend more or leH upon what the Htate highway comniiHHlon will do. Until the work I f I ii IhIi oil . the convict gang emplo.v- d there for mime time pant will re main at work. 1'art of the dleUHHlon yeHterday was relative to the crowning of the road by several acuiiiH, but the board nettled the.se dlfflcultlCH to the KiitlHfaetlon of all concerned. ALBUQUERQUE MAY TlualneH for 1912, a evidenced by Htatemeiit trom half a dozen or ho merchunt of AlbiiiiicriUe, ha been far better than that of IHII. While they htm naturally chary of giving out aetuul figure, all agree that proHpcr- Ity hu anrely vinlti-d the local pub lic thl year or thero would have been a much Hinallir volume of tranHiic tlon. The ChriHtma trade ha been ipilte henvy, uIho. The two week preceding ChriHtma brought a big volume of cuHh Into the coffer of the local retailer, and of coiirxe, the wholcfcalci'H got their proportion of thl Indirectly. The following statement are typi cal of the feeling manlfcHted by local hiiHlncM men: "The biiHincK we have done In 1 1 1 2 ha been far belter than that of 1911," Mil jil C. O. Cunhmun lat night. "The Wanhburn company Ihih Hold more good and to more people, thl year than any year of our hia tory. The ChriHtma trade was all that could be finked, far Hurpiilng that of laHt year." . "We had a fair Christmas trade," Hald (!. II. Kapple, of the Kapple Furniture Com puny, "but then you know wp are not exactly In the line where mont of the Chrlnlmn buying I done. Our bunlnen for the year ha been very Hiitinfactory and hu been considerably larger than It wan Ml 1911." "The ChriHtnifi trade we had this year bought rather earlier than In 1911," wild A. II. Loki-n, of the Hub, "but it wiih of a satlHfactory volume. Larger than last year'H. The busi ness for the year hu been much (inn er thun last year'." "Thl year Is the IichI In our his tory," Huid J. A. Woinmun, of the tlolden Hule Dry Hoods Company. He was enthusiastic over the business of 1912. "Sales at the (lolden Hule were bigger Christmas week than ever be fore for the same period. There was no drop today. We have been as busy today a we were any day last week." J. C. Neud, of the Mcintosh Hard ware Company, aid biiHineau for 1912 wiiK good. "It wfia better than the record for last year," he hu Id. "The Christinas trade was unusual." HuslncsH was nil right," declared D. S. Kosenwald, of the ltoscnwald Hrothei'H, "It atirpusMcd 191 l'a rec ord. The holiday trade was heavy." 'Our ChrlstmaH bnslnens was fine," asserted K. H. Cow per, of the Klst- lcr-ColllstiT Company, "fur better, even, than we had hoped for. Our business for 1912 has been very good, also, but a we will not complete our fiscal year for some months yet, T cannot speak so definitely about it, Hut it ha been good." Seymour I.ewiiison, of the Econo mist said: "I wuh well satisfied with our ChriHtma business. The first two weeka of December were rather quiet, but after that things picked up wonderfully. We had five or six daya that were enormous. The yearly busi nens has gained a good deal, more than we hud any reason to expect." TO OUTSIDER A, E, Rouiller. of San Marcial, Bids in Property at $7,000 Through Local Attorney Yes terday Mo rnir,;?,' The Allaiiiu riie brick plant, lo cated In Sun June near the railroad IrackH, wioi sold at a sheriff's sale yeH terday morning. The purchaser was A. K. itoulller, of Sun Marelul, who made the deal through a local attor ney. The sale was made on an old Judg ment, in fuvor of a man named Wheeler, in Trinidad, Wheeler Is trim tee for Hubert Trice. The amount of the Judgment was IS, 200. itoulller went security for the Judgment short ly after It wa obtained, In April, 1911. WhceleY will now turn the plant over to him. The price it brought when sold by rndersheriff Dick Lewis yeH terday morning, wa J7.000. The Albuquerque Tressed Ilrick & Tile Co., which built the plant and operated it for some time ;n.st, was organized about six years ago. It tin derwent many vicissitudes and change culminating In the sale of the prop erly yeHterday. lis original purpose was to manufacture shale brick from ma terial found at .Mgiulones. !uter it abanib ned the bleu of making build ing brick ami mttnufiic lured only lire brick, of which II Is mhiiI to huve made un exceptional quality. OWEN GATLIN BEST GIRL IMPERSONATOR Owen Outlln won first prize at the muHqiicrade carnival at the skating rink bint night for the best imperso nation of a girl. Will Mctsilngcr, who has appeared in feminine guise at other curnlvaln, won the second place. The Judge were I.oui Newman. Italpll WhlteHiile und 1.. Ilooth. ATTENTION FARMERS DAIRYMEN AND If yon are u farmer, we will ei; yon high grade llulntcin dairy cows un the eHy payment plan, If you will ship the cream to the Sunshine Creimery. If you lire n dnlrymun, we will sell you good, fresh cow with which to furnish your milk supply, the 'cowe to be Hold on time for bankable note. These cows are the highest grude Holsteins ever brought to the auulle west. Call or address, Sunshine Creamery Albuquerque, N. M. Huddle horses. Trimble. 112 N. 2nd. I Stylish Warm Shoes i We have a splendid assortment of fashionable Shoes made specially for cold weather. They are just heavy enough to make your feet comfortable without any unnecessary leather to make them look clumsy. We hdve all sizes to fit you perfectly and to guarantee you foot ease right from the start. Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Calf, Suede, Velvet, Nubuck or Felt; Lace, Blucher and Button Styles. For Men, from .$2.25 to $5.00 For Womsn, from. $1.50 to $4.50 For Boys and Girls, from $1.00 to $3.00 f f .... , Copyright Hart cti....av c Mtr Young men who are particular in dress ought to be particular to see that they wear these Hart Schaffner & Marx s clothes; they're made for par ticular men; every detail of materials, tailoring, style, fit, exactly right. s Suits $22 and up Overcoats $20 and up SIMON STERN The Central Avenue Clothier. This store is the home of Hart Schiili ner & Marx Clothes. BEMAD E DF Tl ROUTES People Both South and North of City Interested in Projects for Rural Free Delivery Through Valley. AUTO GLOVES $2.50 AND UP MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Friends of Mr. and Mis. Clarence Severn, of CM .North Twelfth street, will be gratified to learn that their lifilc daughter, 'Fllen, who aome weeks ago bad an eye seriously In jured by u thing piece of atone, hu almost completely recovered und will nut lose th sight of the Injured eye as was at firsl feared. Mr. J. J ShechHii bn a her guest for a tew da. Maurice llartnett. a former Albuquerque boy. Mr. Hartnett is now conucitcd with ihe oxnaril .Mlel Yt I ILJ I Within a comparatively short time Albuquerque may be made the center of two rural free delivery routes. Sev eral months ago 1'ostmaHtcr XI. W. Hopkins was approached by men liv ing south of the city, across the riv- w ho w ished to have i delivery route established theie und not long ago he was also approached by a res ident of the district north of the city. The plan for the southern project Is to have the carrier go south on the west bank of the river, reaching Hu Jarlto, Ati Isco, llanchos de At risen, l'udillas and other places, re-cross the river at lsletu und return to Al buquerque on the east bunk of the stream, reaching people ut Hair, Abajo, San Jose and other settle ments on his way. The plan for the northern roiite Is to have the currier go from here through Duranes and on to Alameilu through the thickly Settled portions .f the lower valley and return 1 y the road along the foothills. A petition for this route has been In circulation for several days past and last night had more than the requisite 1U0 sign ers. Considerable progres has been made on the petition for the southern rout,.. Call and examine the 1913 Spring Frame Indian Motor Cycle. . Finest! thing out. 321 S. Second street. F. S. j Hopping. . HOICK I.IVK Tl T.KF.Y.S. Choice live turkeys at 20 cents per pound. For sale at the Hee Hive, 315 S, Second street. Phone (JOO and 4 48. Orrtllo Gallup Letup Lnoi II M g Ml f m f Orrillos Stove If I I 111 WVMIaVVi' '.ailup Htove PHONB 1. ' ANTHRACITE, ALL SIJ5K8, STEAM COAL. Ooke, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Kindling, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Santa, Fe Brink, Common Brick, IJiue. FURNITURE. AND HOUSE HOLD FURNISHINGS WANTED FOR CASH Or Sold ut Auction 'on Commission. Frank Auction Co 314 X. Eleventh. Phone S79 Results from Journal Want Ads, GIRLS' DORMITORY AT INDIAN SCHOOL WILL BE ENLARGED Superintendent Heuben Perry, of the Albuquerque Indian school yesterday mailed to Washington, contracts for the construction of a $10,000 udili tlon to the girls' dormitory. K. 10. Lembke was n warded the con tract for the brick work and the Whit ney Company the plumbing contract. When the addition is completed liie school will accommodate 400 students. A $25,000 boys' dormitory wns com pleted recently. Phone 601-502 for light hauling, parcel, messengers. Prompt aervlce. - If you need a carpenter, telephone Hesaelden, phone 177, Ci-iule Oil Pnjwe One IKillar Murk. Heiiumont, Tex., Dec. 27. Crude oil passed the $1 murk today for the first time in the history of the gulf coast, when tho production of nine Hutson producers aggregating 1,000 barrels a day was sold at $1.07 7-8 per barrel. LET US SEND A MAN To replace that broken window glasa AUICQCKUQl'E LUMBER COMPANY Phone 491 42S N. First WALLACE HESSELDEN l (iencral C'ontrattora. Figures and workmanshio count. I W guarantee mora for your money than any other contracting firm In Al-I buuuerque. Office at nu sij: t iii..p. No. I S.i lulu l-d jiaw Mill attachments. 2i II. p. Case Traction gine. All In good condition, further particular address I. Ijis Vegas. N. M. and En- Buy Vincent's Colorado Beet Sugar Syrup IOO IVr Cent ltire Bevt Sugar and .Maple )rup 1-4 gill, 35o; 1-2 gal. 65c; 1 gal., 91.25; at all retailer. CIIAIU.KS II I'l l l CO., WlatlCMSle lUHrlbutors, For llOJt Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. General Planing Mill. 3d and Marquette. Phone 8 t ? ? T r f ? ? ? ? ? t I f t T ? ? t ? ? ? t J r x r OUR FIRST Ready-to-Wear And Fur Sale IS PROVING A BIG SUCCESS . Our customers and friends seem to appreciate the fact that these garments that we have placed on sale are all this season's goods and bargains in every way. More than half of them have been sold in the last three days, which we think is ample proof that they are well worth the money. There are still a number of bargains left in Suits, Coats and Furs, and if you are thinking of purchasing any of these this winter it will be to your advantage to visit our store and see the values we have to offer. ZZ7 t ? ? t T t J f t ? Y f X y y Phone 283 313 and 315 W. Central V V fclPLJUOIt 1'I.AMXU MILL t'buue til.