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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOUSMAL. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1914. Crescent Hardware Co. low. Range, llmis t "uriillilng GinnK Cutlery, Tool-, Iron I'll, Valre and lilting. PIiihiMmb. Healing, 11m ami Copper Work. Cl VI RAL AU; TI.LI.FIIONK III. Ill W. When You Want the Best Butter Insist on PEERLESS BRAND NOW WE HAVE IT SANTA Ft HAS JO II I. IV, Ml fTl!l I'llc I'lut. Mhll.S KICK QPJBUSIfJESS filing Cabinet Sale ALL SHAW'WALKER SECTIONULS A X I) -- H ; III IN. SUI I T 111 I IMI 2M' I'llH I i:l Ml i : llotil.li r uihi I'.ullrr Hi "ill II. C, I xtl ! fn'li cgg Hi 1 1 V I'll' llii II. 17 li. Miliar I.1MI. WARD'S STORE 313 Mm Mi' All'. 1'hoiift -.'HH-liHtt HOMI It II. VICI, Mgr. WW MEXICO Strong Brothers Undertakers PltOMPT KKVTCK. lllOf C TL KIHOMJ CXPI'fcK AND MCOXO. LOCAL ITEMS Or tfTEHBST Ileibolh, palntii.g, pupi-ring. KuTiJ. Xr. fkhwotitker, osteopath. Ph, T 1 7. i.-l ill'- OhL, Fashion Llcolhc Drops Ill I 'l (' Cllllll still ( Mm, K. II. lirjunf Huh ri'lui ncd llHIHP fll'lll !lllllll, Wlll-IM Hllll has been Visiting, There will In' ii regular nifftliiK 'f the W. P.. O. ill ;':,IH i.. Iim k thin nf I'Tiu.on in I. u. I'. K tiull. Tin re In- a regular meeting of Allnriui nun, I,ihIh II I'. . K. In llh- bulge titiiiii t iii K I) t Ht S o'clock. The Women Catholic otili-r of Knit icr w ill hulil memorial services tomorrow morning itt 7 o'clock ill Hip "b un:h of the Immaculate Conecp. llmi. General Manager Fred C, Fox! Says Conditions Arc Good inj This Slate for Railway, Company, ' llllxlllI'MI COtl.litll.lin ill lillltT putts of tin1 country arc tint r r -( 1 1 n f lln ' S.mta Fe rnilwnv In New Mtxi.o. The coinpiinyn hunlncH In this luto hn been good, Ccncral Manager Fred ('. I'l IX Stilted lllllll IiIn niilvul here Inn! Light from Amnrillii, Tex. A f ' w tin y m of slackening nt.nk shlpim nln have hccll r'l(ll tell. Tliln, Ihiwwt, has been due iii thp (pnitun j tin1 In the Chlcugo stocky.trda uml tho ; flro III thp Kaunas City tdockyards, these cannon showing plainly thi tem porary nature of the fulling off. Mr. Fox unlit Unit the Kuntn Fe ! would hrtve disinfected nil Hit hIiji k J cam In New Mexico wit 111 it n few diiyn. ' I III Hit IiimI III,, il.ila initio Hum K ft t " i urn hute been denned ir puratory to ilinlnffclli.il, All dim In th" AH.ii I iiu riii(. arln I,, hp l.i i n leaned uml I Hi" arrival of .napei-torn in awaited f..r - (i;nlrif(tliin. While tin. fumlKiiiliin of rum In the j i IiIiiiko UiHiil-t inter than Novrnil.ir S only in r-iulril hy the gincrninent, the Hillltil Ke ll lIlHillfeillllg nil III I i l.l. None of Ihi.Me i Ii iiiiimJ In Hif j liixt two ilnyM tin vp hern III the Chl ji iiK.i ililiii Mime Unit dutr. Air. Vox told of the litllii of I hit I " iilnii t for the WHlervMii kH for the I new nIioih lu re uml of thp coniiai t for tin. ni, Hlorehmifie, to font he livn II 15,0111) uml I 25.000. (inly .urt of the wiilerwoikH Ih Iik IihIiiI in IJm rontriirt. The hunlii' Ke 1m to do liirt of Hie work IlKflf. Thu .1hiiI will he extended Inter. At pn Kent well me o he drilled mid the pump unit rnutiiiK plant InHtitllod. Work on thi ehopn will (to Hliudily "loud no mutter wiiut eonilltiotm are, Air. tin mid, ulni'n provision for the I roimtrin tlon ulreinly hnn l.een nuiile. Not tlm reiiioteHt i lmnee exlrla (hut Hie l.iiililliKf will he luilted. Mr, fox iirrlved here in hit. prlvHto No. MI. Hp will leuve ALL MACEY CABINETS 25 DISCOUNT MIIII.K 'III! V LAST llillir l.ii) Iiom hIiIIo tin prlre In ih.ttii. t'llliiK Cttli Ini'lt me M'ldoin wild ut a riilm lion. Strong's Book Store "loin mom:y hack If vou WANT IT." WOULD' HALT CATTLE 4 DISEASE BEFORE IT ENTERS NEW MEXICO To 'l -Mm t)(. uprnid of ihn foot ;md molilh dl'.,iii' to Nc Mexleo thr euttle mioit.iry hoiird him IhhimiI ihi order ri.hil,ltiiiK the nhilmient of ni'th' Into the nlule nnliH the run ar dlHiiifieted. Thfl diHeuKf, ulihouKh pieValent in fourteen Mate, hnn not yet appeared in New Mexico, mid the (utile mili tary hoiird wI enforce lt.i reciiliitli.tn rlnldly In tho erfort lo keep It out. Thi order follown: Whereim, It h.m l.eeti detel milled thai foot n ml month dlneuKc exnU In .1 wre.it ninny dlwtricti In tho e(itern uml ii ntrul ituteM: And whereHK, The prem-nee of (IiIp tiiHeuw Im a meiim e to Uiohp dlMtrict l;ol now Infected or under quurnii t.ne l.y poi-filile coiiveMim e of heuHhy cattle In unclean cum, the euttlp Mun Itary hould of New Mexico hill iN.med livo wloek rur dlHlnfoctiint order No. I, Htriclly prolill.llinn; the fhlpmcnt of nil entile ii nd other ruMilnanlH Into New Mexico unleiM all nto k cum eon vejInK Mil id fhlpni'litM of lite dtock me itlioroiiKhly dlxinfecteil Innnedi ntely prior to uhlpiiient Into the Mute ntid iiIho Hint ( Ii n."e of the ,(lllifeet liiK of ui'l run, Miuned l.v duly uu- BANKERS FIIJISH ,ME I E MOST SUCCESSFUL STATE MEETING j. IT T IB ADVANC F E SALE IS thonxcil riinntv, Mtale or fcdcml vet crlnurlan. uccoinp.inli m mild Khip- il.Cllt, Thin 'ordiT In initde effective Mid coiiilniiiK In force from thin dute u:i- til the lifllnK of (itiiil'iintilie hy federal government for the nforesaid I tinned dlKi aMe, or until hiicIi it iim nil danger of coutJiKioii these ciiiihcii lire ninliifeit. Thin ordei execulid thin Htli duy of Noveml.er, I SI I I'ATTI.K HANITAUY HUAltO. W. J. Lluwood, Secretary. D. Hcrndon of State Na tional Bank Made President and Roswell Chosen as Place of Meeting Next Year, After whnl In generally conceded to hut'e been the inext ucceKiful meet ing ever held hy Uu memherHlili, the New .Mexico 1'nnkern' nKHochiUon yew terduy afternoon ndJourttr.il and the out-i.f-town inemhcrM of the aHhodu tion lugnn leaving for their hnmea in different purtu of the Mtatc. Among the litMt l.iisinei. trunHurted hy the (onvrntlon im the election of J. 11. Ilirndon, liriFldent of the Stale Na tional hunk of HiIm clly, aa prcMidcnt l the UHKoriullon, nnd the cectlon of KoHwell iim the convention city In EAT EVERYTHING CRYSTAL TODAY P iV I'or I Knmv a MuuiiM lv-M.sa Tallin Will lilgi'si Any ,Mci, Al Any Tlnie. llew ttfln d-i . 9ft men uho ciu n,l nit am) hew efim ilo n limr oilier men l,.,.ilmir nf their Hblilile tu ml. Tli niit "t nil henlth In ilix..ll,,n The Beirut of (IliZPMlion In thn Juli-e huh nrt supiillfl hy iim t.mly tn f.,iHrui,, tlie ho reilln,l ii, .1,(1 fn.ru thM Dial !0 ef uu use tu Hie rtvHli-ni. I 2il Soiitlt SiM'ond St. UK. II t'LASS noisi; lilt. II t iiAss i'irn ii;.s IIK.lt (LASS ML. SIC I Vt M, T 'Hi.t An" lliinicl I'roliniiiii I'rcM'iiis "THE SPITFIRE" A Four-reel I'umoui I'lujer IVaturc From the I'lim miiiiiit I'loyrnm With the Krniiient Ac tor. ii r I v I o I'.lill kHCll. Matinee ut :: uml 3:30; Last Slmw lit Mailt Itcglnt Ht 0:15 NO KALSIJ IX l'llltlX ONTUISIB Brisk Demand for Bud Fisher's Comedy to Be Here Thurs day Is in Prospect, Seats lo Inimitable from vIouh Ute i uii' u ys ttn HIGH SCHOOL GYM FULLY EQUIPPED NOW WITH NEW APPARATUS Illy Journal' High School IteporteiH I The high rtchool Ry innuHhini h.iH teen fully eiiilpied with Rppurutti. The eiiulpiiiPnt reiiched here only re cenlly nnd ratting It up has Ju."t hecn flnlKli' d. The IiImIi K hoo gyrnnardu'ii Is one of the het in New Mexico. 11'IS, The convention thin year brought out 'the largeMt attendance that the uMMoclntion liim ever had at tiny of its r.i etlngn, urn! it wiim generally admit- men-i'"' "i" ,h, Interest nnd enlhuiiiHin time "niiwn iifflo fxceeiieu Hint ut any pre- Katherlng. Tho ptogrum mi udmiruble one and the pupfra read were in the hlxheat degrco inntructlvp .and entertaining. Well Make Notable Address. The paper read by (ieorge T. Wells, of Denver, chief clerk und outside nmn of the Denver Nutionul bank and MccretMry of the ngriculttirul coimnit tee of the Colorado State Hankera' u aoelation. waa the feature of yester duy'a aehalon and wan in every way a notable addresn. The IV Llml-I "1 mir Hiiplie me. Vu rut like a slant clolli." The lli.llinl.t-' II.Hrve me. I IiihI) hnl It trIU me lo lii nlirlhrr It tin nililiilnlit ur neon ol.ey niM-tlli nuil thru I eul n Munrl . !- priMi Tablet." I lliKUHlM alie in' II. uml HIHH.VN When n liruvy mi ni Inn Ijrrn raien the entire hmly la ealle.l li,,n in furnl,h tllo ; ille.-f.Hf.. ei-Killill Willi furies to Ink rarn "f It. Tim mi. rr the .Irani the neukir k- ' eomr thr feretn In tuko ciirr ef the next , meal a. uetl. J A Hi oh i r l)v.iepU Tahlet iiM Nature , In -Vnlure. own ny. These lllll tnlileli re filled with Hie very Inxreilleni. nnd e- aenroa .o nee.lful lo every normal anil per- firct ntollmeh. im. quality or tnrrpflltriit ef a Htunrt'a 1 P)peila till, let will diae.t l.ln.l) time. II. weinht In fooil. Think If y.m can what a li help thl. nieuna ta a ileiiieieil illx' .il'.n. ' Other liiKieiliuiii. mil In l.utliiltia up the ill- j K.-.tlte .juiee. ami l.ioe.. The stomaeh arid Intestine, hat a their dutlr. IlKlitene'l ntid j thu. Itritailnn, ...retie.. and ru linltit; are permitted to he cured hy the .y.tein i naturally, quickly, hnrmleeely. j Thou.and. uf dv.rtirR and .t"inn,:li : .ufferrra would b (lad lo tell JT"U what COMING: Th,. 1t,.nuUM ,...i .1.. L' . . etuarl a l.oetiIN lat.lel. nave done tri The Hunker and the turiner, wu , lhMn Ti, ,.' .hat n,.k , ,:li,iet. the "iih.lei t of Mr Welln' paper, Which j ...Id In every drun atore in thl. country, I vun In the atrlcterd aenae of the word lp"' !'' cent.. lh. .,.t..r . .,. .. ,.e ... , t. I To anyone wi.hlnir a free trial of them the utterance of an expert.' tor a uM,, y A htuart o... 1 number of yearn Mr. Welln hua made u ntuart uulg.. Mar.hall. Mi.-b.. anl j u nprclul aludy of tho relalionn be- '"1"11 namuia paoaaxe tween Hie agricultural and the finun FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOV. 13 AND 14 "One Wonderful . Night" FOLK HKF.LS I'enliiring IVinuiln Husli nmo, Winner of the Contest In Uie Ijollcs' World by Over HIID.OOI) Majority Out ul I Oilier The Winner to Star In Thin Picture. Admission 10 Cents Children. 5 Cents will ha mulled fro. ndent It. II. Tulllo cutne yea iiflcinoon from Wiimlow, I W. II SitiipMi.n, general udvertlnilitf I iigetil. for Hie Santa I'e r tllwnv, wan u I car on ttnln parwcosi r Mmidui niitiil oil tiulu No. (bin morning for ;i I'uso. tienrrnl I, en route from Chicago to l.on An- .superintendent C. II. llrlHtol and Dlvl K' len. j nlon Kupei liilciident F. M. Himunein If. II. Ilaiiiiiii.inl. of (he forest a. r- j m rived ill their earn oil train No. vice, left )i'ler, uianilng for Arl-lniH lnsl night and lilvlnion Ku- aonu. Ho will atop ul Silver Clly on , i.erlnt. tlie return trip, lie will be gone twollerilay weckn, J, Melniliglilin, ellltlliei-r Ml the Fie i-h.uit Untie dam, Im In the clly on lil j way to tirand Junction, Colo,, where. In- will do Home expert work for the I government. ' Iir. IS W. Ilanna and F. A. lieurth, who were hunting dm kn on the potnln I and awarnps m ar Sun A aclo, Socorro eotiuty, for the hint few (layn, have ! Ii tin ned to the clly. They weln Very j niicci ntul 111 bunging iltiekH. Jr. ' Waiiiiu u.bhd In hln rcpulatinii by! nhin.tluii Into it flock of mud Iii-iih and killhiK eleven, i'l. in Hiiitl tu have tho unlit thai (hi y were diulm. DEATH OF MURRY NOT DUE TO TUBERCULOSIS BUT RUPTURE OF AORTA An niilopny on the body of James Miiiry, ivilo iliud anddeuly Monday night after hln return from Hie bin V. M. C. A. hiiioiiii't ul thu Masonic t. tuple, wan held lust night by lr W aller ll. Hope and dim losed the far' Hint Mtu ry'a dentil w an due tu I he t upturn of an um-iuism In the ie h. eliding aorta, the largest blood en act In the body, und not, an wan ut filhl niipponett. to tuberculosis of to pulmonary heiiiori Iiiikp. 1i. Hope slated that un examina tion of the Iuiirs nhowed no nlun of lobet-etiloKiK. hlid it wiin Blaled yrnter tiny thnl Alurry had not tiilnned ft day Iiom It ih work on ucrount of lllnens im eittlit jeiirn. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Mm. t.incii Viinln. Mrs. liineii Vaula, 2 jcurn old, died at 11:111 o'clock yeaterdny morning ut her home, 2H North Heennil atrect. Her husband and a small daughter nui he. The hotly wun shipped hint nlrhl 011 Sunlit Ke train No. 8 hy (. T. French, undertaker, to Iniwnon, Minn , iiccoinpitnled by tin- hiisbaiul and daughter, Mi I. au la. Alls. .loKcl'ina Lopi i, (iarcia, wife "I Manuel (iaicla, died ul l'.T. o'clock .tester, lay afternoon 1,1 l,,..- r.lH Wi-rt Alar'Hulie nveninv was tho daliKhl.r of Isblro ,o now dead. Il.r hosliund In uiiiiiager of K Monitor. A iilllv I home. i She ; n z 'Hie ilitiu:hler uml the hiihl.anil survive. i.Mi'a. Hanlu hud been 111 for a hunt tune, Funeral sort Icen w ill be held hit S o'clock this uioining ut the Su icrcd lle.irt church. Iliuial will be (in Santa llalblira cemetery. tirand opera wan suicenlid bj comic opera und comic oj. ia by mu alciil comedy. Legitimate ilumn ik'ate way to fane cume.lt. Iratnuti. melotlrumatic, travel und educational motion pictures lire falling ,n y to tho ravtige.n of c ly plcturen. The miMwir! The people want to laugh, lirst, last and ull Uu- time. This has been the 'nucleus nf Hun Mill's SUc cesn. lie hnn iihwiys aimed lo make people InuKh, therefore it In not to be wondered ut thnl "Mutt and Jeff" holds tho undisputed record of rinuri cliil nnd popular miicccmh of recent thcutrl.ul lilslory. Lauglitcr In the most jiopular sensntioti on earth, "Mull and Jeff uan conceived for phllunthrr.pic puipo.s; to cheer mankind and to make, i Iiom forget their real or Imaginary troubles, in which iiient these two eccentric "near human" churni-lcra have been eini iieully sm-cci-sful. Then- ale no n--niricllonn an to class or creed, all na tion und till Clausen of soi l, ty the iliaynian, the hunker and the children--look for their Morning Amer ican to see what ".Mall mid Jeff" are up to today. Hun Hill lias selected a company of fifty onnuhln perform- (in to nupport the two comediann, j in. Hie osino iiiteo to depict una I'IhIiitk own ideas, nnd bus mad.. "Alutl nnd .lelf in Mexico" one of Hie hiKKest und most Important mush-ill comedy produclionn of the current neanon. Fverj thing In of fered that will afford lest to tin weary, buninesn-tli ed brain of men und women. "'Mult und Jiff 111 Mexico" ooinca to tin1 Film' theater next Thiittiday for mutinee und nlKlit perfoitnance. Ilo nnd we Iheto! Ceit.tlnly the thovv in nous. -usical, so are Hie eiir tootiy, but you've luiiMiod lit them lor four yearn and you'll continue, to ilo s... i!"l scuts cuily, then you inn lie sure they'll be 0.001! ones. The iii!aiici sale for "Mutt und Jeff" will begin this morning at .Malnoti's book stoic, dikly sctttn for the night performance will be put on sale, an thcru will be 110 reserved acuta for the mntlnee performance. 1 clal Intercnln nf the country and han 0 voted un immense amount of labor to bringing about a doner cn-operu-llon between those interentn, especially in the west. I'lln work with the Colo- i j rudn Hunkern' association hitH been i I directed tnuinly along this line, and; The high nchool'n V. M. C. A. corn mil tee, made up of Hugh Cooper, Wiley Skinner, Herbert Mickey, Ly mtin Putney, C.eorge l.ioollttle, yester day presented to the n iiool the flow era aw irded them by the general com- .-.04..., I .... .,, iiu ..e fl.u . 111, ont ,f (loll. ac.lptlona for the association building J.s.eiouy were especially -hbluincd bv them. They were placed "'"furtive un showing the good rt 1.. in., .in.ii. hull aultn that can be ucoompllsheil by a All afternoon clusscn were ened jent'Tday no the ntudetttn attend the V Al. Al. I.-l'. N. M. foot bull game. better underMlunillng between the abort- hanker and tho farmer, might 1 "The farmer could live a thousand 1 yearn without the city," declared Air. Welln, "and continue indefinitely without any connection Willi it; but I clly can exist or prosper without ' the farm." The chief trouble with I I he farmer, said the speaker, in thut j he ban not been funning, but hits been j "mining." the soil leaving It unpro- ( diictive for many of the necessities of! I farm life. He discusMed various phus- j jen of the furm problem, and gave it ns ' 11 ft.iw .'fi.iitin nun ine cnier reason ivny UANi'K TON I (JUT AT COLO.IHOo many fanrtera full In thut they do i MALI.. FooSTFit OUCHKSTliA. j nt appreciate lite value of the crops! "TELIV30" BVT THIS IJRAXDof CASSYD GOODS AND TOC IL4VKTIUD IlFAT I),N('F. ToNIC.'rr AT CHLOMIiO. HALL. IIOOSTEK OliCilF-STltA. I .neon SKOFLFK rAKI'KNTtll AMI III ll.lle.lt. And All hloila of Job Work. Shop ill Meat hilver Avenue. TrlepUona C-u. Saddle horar. Trlmhie'a Ile Ham. I'Olt SAI.i: Oil "HFT W illi or without luriillitre, the H. r nard lllclil roideinv. JUI.'i Went Tijcins. All modern Improw ineuls 2 batlis, sleeping Hirch uml garage. Hot water luitt. The father of Minn inch.-n In still In j no a critical condition. Alius Inche will . return to the a. html un noon an pos sible. A cul'eterlu luncheon will be nerved by tho junior girls tomorrow. The proceeds will be used toward furn ishli'g the r at room. M. tieorge waiiln everybody to tele phone him ho that he can cull nod allow bin fine new stock of fancy goods, embrolderlcn, etc., suitable for Xiiinn presents. Phone 1U.8W today, us he will be here this week only. Don't forget thin an hn hnn some good butgalns. No trouble to show Roods. thut they raise. WAKMNO! PFWAIti: OF I'ltAl'US! A. H. DAPMICIl In purchuser nnd sole owner of all book accounln for merly due cnbite. "Hub Clothing coin puny," nnd nil of nald account, are payable to him. See order und decree of district court. Partlca collecting or endeavoring to collect any of ubovo uciounu unless uuthorlned by under rlgned are Fraud, and will lie prnno cutcd ua btich. A. .S. DAUA1FU. Wlieri' the Itaiikcr (omen In. In thin respect, said Air. Wells, the ! banker can be, and under proper con jditiona in, of the greatest ussistaiiec j to the farmer. No farmer, he de Iclarcd, need lack for credit ut the j hank ho long un he pursues Intelligent j funning methods, und it in tho func j lion of the progressive banker lo guth ier 11 lid collate. Information which will he of value to the farmer in enabling j him 'to follow the course that w ill i strengthen his bunk credit. . JEWELRY! SALE AUCTION 2:30 P. M. AND 7:30 P. M. Dodd & Denhof I. I mm th Auction Sale "Hvery "Osteopathy" In ft kcIciico based on anatomy and physiology. Do not contuse. It with medicated vnpor baths, Inhalation, osone or oloctrlelty, which were never tnught by tho founder. A. T. 81111. C. 11. COVNFU, M.H.. II. o. Osteopntlilo SM'clnllst treat all curable, discuses, office Stern Uiildlng. Plionea 6G5 and 325. Picture Frames. We have a beautiful line of picture fr.itias in nil sUrs tu offer at it price tiit.1 will sutpise you, I'ome and see them. PFItSFLi, s l'l lli. ir 1 H W. Cenlral. I'AM'K 'l'i I.MH.IT AT ' il.t iM IK HAIL MiH.STFi: OUCH FSTKA. GET WISE Jewelry, w,.t,-be, silverware, Carefully returned. Will lean wutth for II, Atalurpringa t, work B'.rietiy gun rw. need or money reiut i. r.xpert wntcn and a, ms homo on North 1 jewelry rcpuirmg, iuul atotis "tllng W. h. .!; er Jtmt Iar South Crystal Theater A. I!. Douglas. A. I), Dnuglitn, i'H years old, died M'Mcnlny moinlng from typhoid fever. Ills if,, w is here ut the time of ileatli and hln parent, Air. and Mm. Flunk DiiugluH, arrived lust -night on Santa Fe train No. 1 from j Aludrid. Mr, Doughtn Was brtiuuht i here u short time ago from Hidden, N. AL. fur treatment. Funeral nerv- , icea Will be held ut ; o'clock thin aft- I oriioon ut C. T. Freiicli'a chapel. Th, Itev. Archie Toulhaker will offic lute ! Mm. l:iiulMlh Dchhrlth. Mm LllHubeth Delchiich, year; j old, died .Monday night ul her hotu.-j iitl Smith Kdith street. She hud been j j bete only a short time. H.-r husband, i j mother and un infant daughter, who! were here at the time of her ileiilh.j niii vive. Funeral neivlccn were held! jestciday morning ut Strong Urns.'! chapel, the iiev. Hugh Cooper ol'li-j taling. The body wan shipped Id Ui t ' I'o I le, 1 nil . i jour W. II. Hioniu-. I Allj W. II. Thomun, a business man of' yottri Peafsbttrg, Vii., died .Moti.liiy night I ! He I for hud been h six niouthn. uith sired. resident of litis city The body Is to bu Henry's Delivery and Mes sengers. Phone 939. I'Olt SLi: Six bear lildcn. Him U cinoamon and brown; shoo intlj.lio i. Chain In. Ill Souili "llilrd Mret. shipped to i'eurslnirg thin imaning on i Santa Fe train No. Id. SPRINGER TRANSFER i Competent and Reasonable j I Thai lie had not fully decided I whether to contest th election of ti ; lad HnrclH to the state legislature j front thin county, wu the nlutement j yetrday of .Modesto C. drilx. Orlix ' was In Santa Fe Monday III confer ' dice with officii! la. For Christmas. A full li;ie of albums for amateur photon and other pretty thing to In terest the kodakvr. PCUSfl.L STl'DlO, ill W. Central. i i i i v I s 1 I I bunker in interested in I farming," aid Air. Wells, "the rutin- i try banker I ecatwe of his Immediate' connection and locution: the city ! bunker because of bin relations Willi i the country banker, und beeutiso he 1 in expected to and (locn extend cttcdit ! to the country banker ut certain aea-j soiin of tho year, and because each j and every banker necessarily feels the; influence of successful and unnuecess- ful farming conditioim." The banker, i he said, should study the condition of the farmer und allow him that ho 'taken intercut not only from him but j in him." The necessity of adopting I better business method should be Imprcsned upon the fanner by the banker, and the farmer should be ! given to understand Hint it In to bin I own interest to conduct his business j j on a scientific basin. Mr. Wella was given the closest at-i tendon throughout his uddress, nnd it I wo," cvtuent mat lie had made a de cided Impression upon his hearers. Tho following officers were elected 'yesterday afternoon: President, J. B. Hcrndon, Albu querque. Vice President, John Corbett, Denting. Secretary, J. C. Chrintensen, Jtaton. I Treasurer, Jackson A gee, Silver ' City. The next meeting in to he held ltoswell. AT WITH'S RANCH t It 4 ONE BLOCK EAST OF THE END OF THE CAR LINE AT THE SAW MILL - This sale hegiun promptly ut. 10 a. in., Sal ut day. November 1Kb, and con tin uea until the entire, lot of tint following goods are sold to tiic highent bidder without reserve: Iron Feds, Springs, Mat tresses. Range, Heating Stove, Dining Jloom Set, Chiffonb rn. Chairs, K..rkers, and in fact everything required fur the homo. All goods are sanitary and in good -condition. AND 11 Pigs, 8 weeks old, 3 Krood Sown, 75 young Uabbils, i5 docs, ,'. Hutches, 5 nuns, 5 Tent Houses in fine condition ranging in ' sizes from 8x10 to 14x14 feet. Note. These tent houses have never been occupied by silk. 1 barrel of genuine Apple Vinegar. A DAINTY FREE LFNCH WILL. BE SERVED AT THE NOON' HOrrt. COME WITH THE CROWD AND RNJOT A DAY'S OCT-tNfi. J. L. GOBER, Auctioneer I at B. M. WILLIAMS Dent 1st Rooma 1 and 3. Whiting Rulldlng. Corner Second and Gold. Phone No. 684. oui.p Lump HAH23COALCO'i"!,,,p Orrtlloa Lump .,x r- . C'crrllloH fctove F1IONL 01. AXT1IKACITE, ALL 617.KS, STICAM COAL Coke?, Mill Wood, Factory Wood, Cord Wood, Native Kindling, Limn T HOT DRINKS rF ALL KINDS GRIMSHAW'S Second and Central "Sanitation Our Special Delight." AUCTION SALE THIS A1TFHNOOX AT a O'CIXM K. AT 118 X. AKXO I will sell ut auction the following furniture: Conk Stove, WUnh stands. Rockers, Rugs, Reds, Springs, Alutl reuses. Heating Sloven, Table, Chairs and many other articles. All goods are sanitary. This la a rare opportunity to get your extra needs in furniture at your own price. J. L. GOBER, Auctioneer T ! LET US SEND A MAN To HcpUce that Broken Window Llass. AJJEH7QCEROCK LUMBER COMPANY Phone 421 423 N. First "Mult and Jeff NijftiL WALLACE HESSELDEN General Contractors. Figure and workmanship count. We guarantee more for your money than any other contracting firm in Albu querque. Office at BCPFJtlOK FLAXTIX-G MUX Phono S71. The Murpiiey Sanatorium for Tuberculosis ALBl'QFF.llQl K, XFW SI FX ICO A thoroughly euip!od Institution for tho sclentlHc treatment of tu berculosis. I Special feu l u re in thp liome-llke care ami iiullvliloal treatment. Two hospital buildings. Rooms with nleeping ivorchos. One-room ;ltagen. tirudtiuio nurses. Excellent IjmkI. RATKS: $15.00 per wet-It. Xo extra. City Office: 313 t-i West Central Ave. W. T. MLKPHFV, M. 1., Physician in Charge.