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r EIGHT THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1913. Tilt Ofl JOUR IX A. W, T. ION 1 M t IVM..N of ton, A Tin and ) tlnnll take of all .It In 'the t. I eeiifi thai. J.lM I I.O ""I ' I Ni l kept. w Ml II lt til kit" l'urit runt (he I It li.i Tin to 1 1 utri'tij 1 1 in 1 inllti Hi. y nll f , ir tiiR I in til iioxlo w ho ::s f.r ttiillH, sour l'urit Til ow n ii lit ts lu lllf J, .nil! vt hii'l d. '1 111 iiinl .. fn .'H Kv duty cm r il.c V ,1 s Nl'- )(! VK, fit l , ' V! Tear If ) to t. J'fli' rt V n h..v, I ' ' I 1 1 Th 'i' Kt' .aiiC t;Mil grow iel.,y WI i- u, lucre vertii ' i" has t 1h ln $ it. t Crescent Hardware Company Stove, Haw, limine Puriitntilng fioods, Cutlery, Tool, Iron Pipe, time nml ntiltiiri, plumbing, lloullng, Tin ami Copper Work. TI- IM'HOMl IS w. i i:m mi, a r. Do You Know Whera Your Milk Comes From? Phone MATTHEW'S 420 Charles Ilfeld Co. Wholesalers of Everything LAS VEGAS ALBUQUERQUE SANTA ROSA OFFICE SUPPLIES WE WANT YOU TO GET THEM HERE I, IN I HIT liny Ilook t itsli Hooks Hill Hooks j I'll a I llnlnm-o Ihniks Itis-ord ' Mt'llHII'MIHllllll IttMlk hle), I Viverj -Uc of Iiom' Loaf 1j-(jith mul Ti-iin-fT (ms, OutrilN from I 5.im uji to Ilium. I AM n .j, of I, l Ikikc Leal Mi-nior-milium luniks, any rulliut. I Lot 11 -i supply jour Ink, lens, PaMr ,-lllul Pencils, Oct the Velvet Pencil. The host 5 ill a"nell made. T)M-iitor KIIiImiiih for every ma- tllllKV (All irn a &! n ! L FIIE HUNDRED ANDIBUOUEROUE WILL JV10RE INCREASE ! OBSERVE TODAY IN BERNALILLO AS Gross, Kelly & Co. (Inc.) Wholrsale (Jroieri and Deiltri In Wool, Hides, Pelt3 and Goat Skins E. Vr(M, H, M.J Colo. Alhmiiicriii V. M.J Tuciimcarl, N. M.J Trinidad, IItom, .N, M.J Corona, H. M. I linn urjin 1; TO ALL I LAUNDRY Strong s Book Store "Your Money Hiuk If You Uunt H." WHHE WAGONS Ticket No. 373 drew the Parker Big Cake. Bring in Ticket. I! WAR O'S SIORE HOMER H. WARD, Mgr. IlIM '' a 1I. ....... nau Strong Brothers I nil.'ilukci ami rjiiiminuir. Ii-ompt ,s.rvlie Imy or night, Tt oiliom. 75, lt'lih'iice 68. MionK ink., oiH r mul tMxxiiHl. in tlm event I hut you hould nut rct t lvo your morning jiapnr, ii'ii plume JJItTANT'S JWK8- fciKNt! KKS, Klvlnif your bum. ami loliirtKii unit the iifr will h tli-ll vr-J by a prriil nie- ' m-UKir. l'huii tul or 002. . is.otl lttiiii $5.09 Tim almve rewnrd will lis pnld for th mrcHt and toiivli tion of unyoiin ruiiHhl ulcalini; cophi of the Morning Journal from the (loorwiiyn ut mitmcrlhera. JOUKNAl. 1"IHL1.S1IINU CO. If y.-t i .-i,p Inr, lt.:ph in SPRINGER TRANSFER CO. MOVE PIANOS WALLACE HESSELDEN (iftifral ( oniiio tor. F!gnrt' an,l woi ItnmiiHhip count. lv B"ui on tf mote for your tnouey I him any oilier roiitraciing firm lo ,M liuiiu.igue. otflfe at fetTUIUOIt TLANINO MILL I'li.wm til. LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST wi: tiii it i;i i'okt. For tiu twoiity-roiir hours endlna ut 8 o'cltifk yi'Hicrdiy ovcnitiK : M a Hiimiiii t fin iiru I uii', fill ilfgri'i'ii: i ii ii 1 1 1 1 1 u iiiiii-ro t n in, z. i'hiiki r'iiipi r,ituii, ,K 5 p. pi., -! fi tin v ."i'Mii Iiw.'hi km; flour. F. I'rhftt, lioih of AImi(iiit'iii-; to (Vci-liu T'iplu iind John I,n J'uhh. l oth of A I iii ui-ri) m ; mid to l,i o poldo linn la and Ui lfinii Crrnpln, lioth of Han Antonio. U. Hloi k, of CuliiTt., a iiiitc hsint who In wi ll known In n-, In a Ihimiiichn vMior In thf city. V. H. FhIIii ton, a will known Ktoi-kimiii of liiitll, unhid In llif litv I .i Hi IllKht to npi nd a tiny or mi, Father ( 'liiniiif Wooilinnn, of I.os Aiiki'Ii-h, Im wmIUhk stuti' Tri-iiHiiri'r n. j . M.ii ron ami otln r frii-nila lien . Jiiilno V. c. Ihnfoik, who 1h ut- J tl llllillK l olllt nt AkIit, will lint ti- tm ii to i ho t ily lifforo Jiiiniiiry fith. Horn, lioiniil.oi 31, 19li, to Mr. and Shu. F. W. (iiiiham, of :kii Norlh Ktllih utiooi. mi ll-ponnd hiihy Klrl. Alla-rt-VohM and Hornmn Witlli- j' mii, iiioioiiiiimh in ii,. i rut II i In. riimo idown I.ikI nlulit in wntoh i ho Vow Yflir'N foHlhitilK. Two tr.'iriK-ioiitlnoiital auto part oh ariivod yoHt.rilay from tho o.ihi ,. from .MlniioapiiliN, Minn,, nml ,,no foi in Indi'tii mli in o, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Non llii Id, who upon) Cliiisdniiot with i:i aso frloiiilH, aro at homo, to roiiiiiln Indcfinitoly, Tiny navr u.iVoli'd oxtoiiMlvoly th J'oar. Mm. Nathan F.l.wnia nn. of lloKton, will hi I Ho today on the ( 'aliforiiki llmltod tor a iH to i,( r inothor. Mix. Alhort UrunHfo'd. KI Wrnt foppor nvoniio. School Population Has Gone U With Leaps and Bounds Sir :el Last Year, Albuquerque Pie-' cincts Growing Most, t'orroelfd fimiroH on tin- Imol i rfliMUH of llornallllo roiinty for l!H2 "how that tin' inoli'Hhi In holiool pop ulation In tills no, linn vvaH far jiii .itof l.t ut yonr than It wan mippoxod to havi' hooii. Tin- oxaol liioroaso lor tlio w hoU- foiiuty wan UlS. Soiiio of tin' noallir dimrli'tH rlmiv a uliulit 0-oi'i'HM-, I i . t IhlH k iimri' than offm t hy thf larni" luo ri'iiaoa olsowhoi'o, 'I'lio city of A I tuiii iM'i'i i in-, rrooliu tH 1 1 and :ii, f-liowa a laiK'T Inoroasi' than any olliir soho'd ili.nrirl. In I '.I I - tho hi hool population Ioim Loi n iiHi orialiioil l. 4.iiM ho in 1 :i I I il wiih II, 7 3D, Thin makoH an iurn iisr of for tho your, ipiilo , aatiHlar- tory nddilinn. Hid A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 hit. 1 1 1 HhowH an Iiiitc.iko of lolly-nlno, 1!I h tolal hoiny I, I. 'ill nod IllU'H I, ins. Ilurohm hIiowh an lrn tou-c f f iKhl.v-Hoion or almoKt ilouhlo that of Did AlhniuiTi,Uf. 'J'ho todal for 1 !i 1 I fur tlilx iliHlilct nan Jiia an. I that lor ill -j was 3!Mi. li.in. h"M ilo A I liii'i ai r. no had an IlK'i'i'.oK' of llil-ly-lhiof, tho timum lor lull hfhiK .iliioti -ono ami lli.'M lor 1-.HS h.'iliu U'l. j to uw i'iip.1. A Milin fotintiiln hiiH hfi'n in tine ut the (.Vntr.il whool nlnt- tin- hoMnniiiK of the toriti. It wan In ula lit il an an rxporlmout, and ltn muc fo.iH lod to tho Installation of the fountains in tho othor Nchooln. The Kflioola will ri'opcn January 6th. Tho la. t that Now Yoar'M Is in tho mldillo of tho Hook Klvoa the i hll ilioii a fow more mention days than (hoy usually ha e. Banks ai d Federal Offices to Close; May Stores Give C!e:ks Day of Rest; Postof fice Maintains Sunday Hours MR. BURKHART DENIES STATEMENT IN HERALD ' Hon. Summer isurkh.irt denies a st.'ilemonl appeal-Inn In the F.wnlnn llfiitld i f ytMoidny, ri latlvo to notion taken hy the tloiunoratio state oxoou tivo oouimitioo, whioh ini-t here .Mon day. .Mr. lhirkhart, in a eonimunica- tlon to the M"ininn Journal whirh si-H'-oxplanalory, says: AllMi(Uoriiie, N. M Doe. 31st Kditor Journal: The Herald this i.'VellinK stalos thai .Mr. Hihispein. (loilrninn of the stale eommittee. and their example and kle their em-i 1 were endorsed at yesiorday'H meet ploves a day of iioeiloil rest. The ero. I mi! or ino ilomoeMtu- oxooullve t-oni- cerloH In Reneral will rloso, itltlimiah i """it''1-, for the I'nltod Slates marshal ..iihin nml illwli'l.'t t. tt.,.'M,..uhl ... i .1 1 1 . soimo of I ho tn u I to in a ri noon ha r ' ........ v ...... ,.v Mnki wi; wish Yoi' A l'HOH'i r.ors i; v i:it. II !. llllllloiKoiiio lly llIU Bryant's Parcel Delivery and Messenger Service I'liono .MM-oil. Today hein i MHO Will lllll'l'lf tho lialllis villi I. and many of Hi iv Year's. Alhuiner a leal holiday, All main finned all l:t stored will follow MARSHAL'S OFFICE If ES TO SANTA lively, ami ihat tlm plan adopted lor rooomuiondatloiis tor appointment to oldie wna worked out hy M. .. Fox, editor of the Journal. The Herald was misinformed and w ill no doubt i orreet its error w hen Us attention Is failed lo the Lots. willed lire as staled in thin molniiiK s Journal. Neither my name, nor that of Mr. iiHudspeth, were mentioned 111 fonuec- I in n with these or any other olTiecs ;and no iiamea whatever for loeal ap j pointmont wore mentioned or ooiisid lelod; and the plan adopted which was jKimnesiod hy me ami not hy Mr. Fox, precluded any recommendations fur such ol f ices at thin time. Mr. Jones .was endorsed for sicrotary of the in jterlor, and Mr, Martinez "lor amhaH I sudor to Mexico, and the plan set (forth hy toe Journal for recommend. i i lions tu office was adopted. t nis was u my nusiness of any kind Ir.uixni tod. I have communicat ed with Mr. Hudspelh ut Santa l"e. until ti o'clock. All friends and land he has authorized me to make 111 his In-half, as well a day. The court house office will not he opened loilay arid the offices of the Various li'doral officials ami em ployes in the city will lod I poned. The fniost hi-i i h e, Indian Irrigation superintendent's office, I'nili if Slates commissiuiii'i '.i office, and others will he amoiiu those to remain closed to day. The poslolfioe will ol sorvp a holi day, except that the general delivery window w 11 he upon ft- i t III lo II o'clock ino! the farriers will make one delivery this mornlnif. The stamp, money order and recistry windows will ho closed all day. WOM.W'S ( 1. 1 C TO ' hoi ii ori: iiot siv I The Alhniiieiiue Woman's cluh will I In iii I open house this afternoon from I immigrat:..:. bureau to distribute seeds Coniiressmun Goorne Curr- has tu tlfiod the hiiroau of iiiiininratlon' tlu t he has in. ill. -.1 .ll,uituoriii,. sevei-il thousand packages of voKotahlo m',,1 I lower seeds. The seeds will li.k uiv-, 'o n one upon applii atioi, the hureau'H office. CoiiKi-essman furry als,i inl'.,nm.,i tin- hiirean that the department ,.,, colton seeds for free distrihnti,,',, These seeds are dlst rlhuted 0 it . i t ly hy the ili-partmtni of iiKili-ulture ami any olio who wlrhes them should write to CotiKrossman Curry at W'-h iiiMton. . " ill TWO MEN ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT UPON CARMEL TURRIETA Churned with having assaulted Cur. me Tiirriota at a ilam-e in Atris.n Sunday niKht, Freilorico Mvers and Zenon Sam hi'Z were yesterday arrest ed hy deputies of the sheriffs office. Tho two nae homl in the sum of $l!.'i0 each for appearance he fore .lii--tice of, tlio I'oaie lieorm. , crai-' Friday. It Is allei;od tliov In-al nM Turriei.i with a lo.-iih-d ipiirt. past Mrs. Harry tirum, who was fm meriy suss Constance Sellers, of this city, arrived last iiIkIi) from Chicago to visit her iiareiils. Mnvor and li K. It, Sellers. FE TODAY liienihi'ts of the or ma n Iza tii hi are In vlieil lo attend. Ther,. will he a musi cal program hy the CavaiiatiKh-l-'uhr-liieior oi'heslrn and lit."ht refresh mi ills will he served. The latter will he in chaiKc of Mrs. II. A. linker. A lonimiltee on reception will see thai all who attend have a pood time, The entire alfulr will hot Informal. COM M I II 'I l Cl.riHTO Federal Officer Changes lload-j i-m-mitain i iiiimk , , O f r ' ' 'oniiuei elal cluh will hohl open CllOl"terS tO edit Ot LOUlli house today just as ll .llii Chrislc -is. Ilnlnr IAIi In.ierltlU., Ui AH I'1 'lends : nd nu-inliors of the lusti- unuui iiudi; jui lO'iitUUli HUi, Must Woik, this statonieni as my own. SI 'MM Kits r.l'UKIIAKT. rOR RENT-Front rooms in the N. T. Armijo Building, corner Second and Central Ave., $25.00 and up. tin Ion Mini e il'illie are Invited IhehiM'h i s as oes hie. to call around and Just as much at Itofrc.-hments will I he served. Foitl t ST. Islington, I' if i : in ra ill 'I'hlll Hilai , I lee. fair 3 I.--New V dnosda i ti .'IS. I II. j John K. Ilim en, the new ly appoint. I ed ini-iiiher of the lloriialillo county ! road hoard, who succeeds (lie lale Felix II. Lester, yesterday received ins oiiieiai coniniisslon from Santa IV. M ex it ml h.iuio Colombo hall. I'hcstra, Tonniht. I'hiii, in Mr. and Mrs. I I S i-j North Arn.i street S 111 ho, of iltanls. Iioosior or- i nlnn In spi lid a (It v. All. el i . Clancy, oil last nlulit to li.-ititiii hen-. Man lai;i dnv Frank Aull. , a Kill. arrived of so In last the a Santa Ft, r i lid Severn I dais tenia Hi eiises wer Issued yen- to Martha Sli-rnhi-ck and II. f v v V V V Y V V V V ? V Y Y Y Y Y Y v t Y Y Y Y f Y f Y v v We Wish You a Very Happy and Prosperous ... New Year H ilph Hunt, of Hi llMt, joined hls wifo lore yoHteida.i, and hoth lire Kiiests of Mr, and .Mrs. V. Y. Wal ton, pali iits of Mr. Hunt. The Hunts formerly resided here ami mans friends nre plcimciU. tn have them hole dtirlnir the holidavs. They will it-main several dais yet in-fore re turiiliiM to I-: pa no. Masses will he iclehisled todav in the chuicli of the Immaculate Con ception as on Sunday. There will he main at 7 o'clock, children's at K::tO, and hluh mass at 10 Father Clarence Woodman Herkeley. Ca 1 . o'clock mass ami early uiaHH o'clock a I'aulist priest of will slnit at the HI DON'T FORGET OUR 1 1 1 1 i i-i- hi Y v i Company Y Y Y Y Y Y Y I .New Year's Sermon W, !'. Cohh, (he expert shot who icpiTHents the lliuilncton Arms In this section of the eonn- , try. left last nlulit r Klyhport, jConn., whole he will intend the nn itntal convention of Ki aiinct.m reprc ineiitatlves. This Is an affair ,.. ittetided hi all the men who llemliiKton laisiiios.s in la l ly handle country. Tlio Tovev Pel.a, Kan., wan In When the office of 1'niled Stutcn Marshal Sefiintlinu !:r,:r., ro . I.O..-.I its doors here J,i.-t niKht, It closed them fur the last lime. The office moves today to Santa Ke. This step has heeri anticipated for n lonn lime, hut It was only a mailer of time until the change hud to come. While the Mate was tinder terri torial Movernment. there was a fede ral court lii A lhuiueiiiue and It wan rltht and proper that the ma rslia I'n office should remain here. Now that statehood has come, Ihe only federal court III the state has its seat at the capital. Th.' marshal Is reiUired hy law to t n -i I ill ;t in his office at the seat of tin- court which has jurisdiction over his dlsrrli t. j Mr. Komori) said yesterday that he regretted H(f move I ell much hut j thai he was helpless under the law j and had to mmo his heaihiu.i Iters. Ilei will upon Ills oftli-e In Santa -'e tori business at the usual hour Thursday morning. j lie has secured tli'oo looms in tin federal hiiiidimt In Simla l-'o for his new Ivniliiunrleis. nnly patioin anil records will he taken from Hit office, office furniture and parapher nalia icmainhiK here. Mr. Ilomero ami several deputies will return from Ihe tupltal fm- the term of court which opens January 7th. A term of the federal court hii'i hot II called to meet In (be court room In the toiler. ll huildlhtr here January 7th, hy Federal JiiiIkc W. II. I'ope, oV Santa l-'o. Tills Is In response to the reiuesi of a number of local altor ne.is. This Hernr of Jt-ourt w ill pi indirlly eonslilfr inalior.s in th,. Imnils of local attorneys, but will i,. upon for the transaction of any business that may properly oiiine, hel'nre it. ' Notice of the term has been post ed in the liostol't'ioe for Home Week pas-i. CE R1H m r in 111 LLLLLHN RENOMINATED M ;l AOCLAITON COMMISSIONS FOR DEPUTY SHERIFFS ISSUED YESTERDAY Commissions were yesterday issued by I'ndershoriff Ijiek Lewis for twenty-four deputies In various parts of Ihe county. Some of them went lo Santa 1-V of fleers and live were lor members of the city polio,;, force. The commissions replaced those which ex pired at midnight last niKht. Democratic Voters of Precinct 12 Hold Pilmary and Choose I Candidates for Justice of the Peace and Constable, Mr ha vo time, tend the o ami M -s, Francis Cavot. who I eon vii tliin lo re for some have Kim to l.as Yeu.ns to al to affairs in connection with state of .Mr. Cayot's lather. FURNITURE AND HOUSE HOLD FURNISHINGS WANTED FOR CASH Or Sold nl Am lloii on Commission, Frank Auction Co 311 N. llli'veiilli. Phone 579 Buy Vincent's Colorado Beet Sugar Syrup 100 lvr Cent inro lloid Siiiir and Maple Sjrii Ui pil., ;',.-)('; t-i gal., 05c; 1 Kill., $1.25; nt nil retailers. ci iti.r.s ir.nxn to., hahsalo lllsd iliuloi s. Frank Cayot. who timated at 7.1.(100. oomph-tod this and to their home in they will return to Alb make their home. left a fortune rs When they have paid a short Isit j Atchison. Kan., Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. General Planing Mill. ... 3d and Marquette. Phone 8 i-.i " mm !-illi- to j Buddie horses. Trimble. 112 N. 2nd M At a primary held last nlnht at s store, corner Ihoadwav and local i Tijeras aveiitie. Jud;;e W. W. Merid ian was renominated as the democra tic candidate of this precinct for Jus tice of the peace, while . II. Ford was named lor constahlu. The nomi nation of JuiIko McClell.in was unani mous, there I.eiiiH no candidates in oppoitiun to him. 'Ihe primaiy was largely attended, theie being about I3il democratic vot ers present. Considerable enthusiasm was manifested at the nalherlnK. II. II. Anne presided over the prl mary as chairman, while John S. Ilea, von noted as secretary. The election Is to he held Monday, January 1 1! 1 1 1. T. hers. 1 the 'libs', ausplci room " of the cnii-t't.iin- Big Clearance Sale Conceit Company, of liuniberlnir six mem. Alblliuieioilc veslolilav '"ii the nay from It,. Ion. where the eompaiiy iippcu-cd Monday iilhl to !a Hup, whore a conceit will be Kven . . liUIIHIll. ic company lolll-iliL- th" A SS stem ,( V ! s '"la Fo i . mi-lit coins, JL, 1 -ei ; ,lu 'oni;ioKaiion of the First Hap ,;" ' ""icu win hold its annual roll ! J I'lll and coionant illcetlnu this even- i Tj,ibK in the auditorium of the church. L , , mi niombi'is and triends of the ' ,0Cl 0 ,11 V 0 II . SH. k .1 ER0FAS10 POPCORN ICON TD COME HERE hurt-It will bo irlm of th, rciri-shmetii W. 1. Iliwkli -. . .... .n o in aneiiil. There npoits subinlttod fro,,, ,, nis of church work. The la- ci. nut OKatinn will serve ON x !llie j " I-. i law Kins, who for fiV(, years A1";"1' ".ember of the t'.roco.y'fir,,, j j.'f l,,i,r llawkin-, and who wcit .t" Portland, . He., on bcK houuht -o bv Mr. Trotter, mil ,-eturn the t !'"""'' "r hl week und assume tt iii'td.iKi- an nr t n...... .. " - 1 1 oi ii -lore here, that nenlleinan havinc "men mat ne would take "i several months' i... ... 'i oner, iKho has I -ici.il nay pawl "mi around yesterd.iir Have the house eoine. JANUARY 6th E. L. WASHBURN CO. Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X a duration. ''in unite III was a hlo to b, but win 'r several thn l-ost Mr. for uti not i to A I'l'ltUS o'clock was lift-in. yesterday to fall out Ulass fir,. l . p,ls,, oh ino Kainobls addition en siltlleleiitly lutein,,,,,, li(lli( 4 -couu h,rcct fire department. "c "ik aiuo truck to Ihe place, bin ;,n I Ii.. .;.. . . if was not near ,,m houses and - ..in unit; buildings made a fast run it was found thai set era I i nlTOnl to old like th, away from the ,i,.r.,. it was left t ii.,,. if L... hours afterward the wind ''I'.i'Kii HinoKo from the Albu.iioii,iie t n,.,,, , w hole town was o fir. Com mercial Club Makes Inquiiios of I,, B, Honing About the Local Consumption, Hoes A lbuqileriiie want a $1,500 popcorn wauon? The secretary of the Tulsa, Okla., Conimi-relal cliilt wants in know. H. It, Heulns, set re lary .f tho Commercial t lut), received a letter from him yesterday. The Tulsa secretary Inquired what license tlio city reipilred of popeor'l venders ami whither the popcorn business was profitable here. Just why Tulsa is W'o'.iuK to Rive up a It,."ift0 popcorn wagon. Secretary Hiuilntt does not know. ,Ht wrolo t the Tulsa secretary to send lb,, pop I'crn salesman on. I'oicorn soil peuniit merchants here pay t'0 annual city license. There ate five wnvons here now. I WILL M IL MY I'lLucn-Aituovv, i;k; li-t'VI.IM). AITO MOIilLi:. IV rixT 'oinio. AITI.Y IS. I). i-it. m;y's sroiti:. See PUTNEY If You Want a Studebaker BuggyCheap V Are tho Audits. Look At Our Stock. 1,000 HENS Iny Oeiilry's Kxlni (Quality I0gs. Thcso ckus nro lioxcil ami scaled ut the iiiiicli north of town, and sold hy Jaffa, Muloj and Hugh Trotter. ATTENTION FARMERS DAIRYMEN AND LET US SEND A MAN To replace that broken window glasa ALIU'QI' K HQr K I. V.M HLR COMPANY rhonc 431 423 N. First -v. DENVER BAKER PLANS TO OPEN NEW SHOP HERE If you are n farmer, wo will sen you hlsh Krade Holsicln dairy cowg on the easy payment plan, if you will ihlp the cream to the Sunshine Cremery. If you are n dnlrymifn, we will sell vim noud, fresh cows with which to furnish your milk supply, the cows lo be sold on imio for hankabln noti". These cows urn the highest Ktade llolnlelns ov,,,. broiiKld tu the iiouth tvest. Cull or add ream. Sunshine Creamery. Albuquerque, N. M. R 0 A D S 0 pW WEST " AND SNOW CAUSING NO SERIOUS DELAYS A letter was yesterday received hy Mayor l. K. 11. Sellers from nr. j Frank Ftlesen, who recently passed through here in a big Franklin ear. lr. Krlcscn n-ports Kood roads all the way lo Spi iimen illc, w ith some snow makit it a Utile difficult to find the road in spots, hut says that from Slirincerville parties should Ro via llolhrook and not tip over the mountains direct to Olobe as lie went. He says that In this he noted aitalnst the adi ice of tins lieekor, of SprinKer Mlle. and that hi- has !,. .a, ,n ever since. He was five days Kfttlnit fi'i.in Albii,nior,ne to lilobe whii-li Is not bad time considering the season of the year. CVrrllM Lnni Gallop Lamp HAHIM COALCO. ("crrtllon Stov Gallup feto PHOM3 tl. ' Brkk, l ire Clay, 8anta ye Brick. Common Brk k. LUna. DRINKING FOUNTAINS INSTALLED IN SCHOOLS .1. w. place i open smell I hole. w.vTri: tax uii: and pay- M.i.i. a i in- kick OF W TFP -1 4 w . ooi.n. CO., inerc l'.i nit- Hhlrediie, of bakery and F.hlredue was lub yesterday. Denver, inn) coiifei tlom ry at the Coin He said he hen- tu i-aru whether another Oakery and confectionery ill this city miKht prove priu"itable. He has hot let decided whether lie wil remain llelu. Since the laninninu of the mid winter vacation, December 20, the city schools have been cleaned. Seruhliors washed ull the woodwork, and new ilrinkluK fountains hitvie, beru inn in all school huildlUKs. The new fountains were devised by Suiierintciuleiit John Milne. The wa ter hubbb-n upward from a pipe, in a bnsiu, s,, the children do not tiave We Wish You a Very Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR r1 Phone 283 i 3 ! 3 and 3 1 5 Vj . Central I aWf07,.,V''TIT",'' I..' ?