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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1911.
Crescent Hardware Co.
Ctotra, lUnfr, Uonm Furnlnlilnf Gotuls, C11I.M7. Tools, Iron Pip, Yalaf
and fltllnf, PluiuWnf, II eating, Ho lUMl Oof-pet Work.
Ill W. CENTRAL AVK. TELETHON 111.
Hate anitotl Mimll anil
lurae, nice t.lmK'H. Tin) will
be miIiI hi our uuhI low
prlcf. lbn your clntloii
now. lluo them ricllw-ml
Ull) lllU! h lfi ll.
111 Marble Ave. Phones !$
HOMER II. WAUI), Mgr.
I Strong Brothers
PROMPT MUUCE. PHONE
. STRONG Itl.K., COPPER
Fee's candy Mime. Ni'W shelled pe
cuu. "Dlre.it from Ti-u."
County Clerk W'ulkyr ) cHlcrduy I
uetf a Hi ctihii to iimrry to Aniccto
Montoya unit Juanlta Moiiloyu, l;olti
of Albuquorinie. '
W It, Orel Il y, BHHocluii funster,
Willi llllH llfl'll III til I III district lll'llU-
quarters fur several tluy left lust
niKht fur Denver.
A regular meeting of Harmony
Uiilge No. t, I. o. o. P., will tin lirlil
ut J:30 ' loi It tniil((lit. All member
iirn urged In he present. ' Villlng
brother are welcome.
The King' DmiKhtt r of the Pres
byterian church willl meet ut 8 o'clock
thin evening with Mm. Hugh Cooper,
11 u South Walter Htrect. Tim young
women of tin; congregation urn invit
ed to attend.
Oil. D. K. 11. Heller yesterday tx
lill Itvd a bruise on (ho bridge of HIm
noe. 111k explanation IN that he left
u hammer cut top of hi stcpladdor
ofler doing some work ul IiIh home
and forgetting the hammer, started
to inuve the bidder, The colonel wm
looking upward when th hammer
Hd off the toll!
A. Skees, mummer of Hie Albu
querque l iiiriiiK" company for six
ytur and one of the moNt capable
and thorough hnrdwuie salesmen hi
thn southwest, him accepted a position
with the Charles Ilfeld Co. lie la a
ulslunt to Charles S. llrown, manager
of the hardware, department of thn
MYSTIC CIRCLE GIVES
The 'thirtieth ujinhcritury of ,the
rraternul MyHllc Linin waa celelnut
cd Wednea"iiy evcrilTiR by u ibilien In
Hid ball ut 321' Kuiltli Second Htreet.
About thirty coiiil(i wore hi utteiid
iinee and the nffttlr proved to be one
of the niiiMt enjoyable uffali'N of the
aeuantl. iJelkioiiN n f I enhnienlM were
nerved nt thn cIohu of the evenlim',
Thu committee in ehurue y' Hit en
lei tuliimeiil coliwlmed of Mra. A.
Crulg, 51 r. J. J. V'otnw. htr. Hliuf
flcjiarger and Mm. tJ. Ii. Wlekhum.
DEATHS AND TijNERALS.
In in ru I of Mr. Ilciijiimlii.
I'liniral ad vices for Mr, Caroline
I eiijumln were held ycatcnluy after
li in ti at the home of her aoii-ln-lnw,
Jiillua Mandell, on North Twelfth
direct. In. Molai. Hei'Kman of th
Ti mpl Albert, conducted the aer
viiea and biiial waa In H'Nnl 1 till li
ctntcry, Many ftineda utlrnded.
l uiicriil of (Mar llolllnu.
Funeral aervieea for (iNcar Holt Iiik
will be held nt 1U o'clock thin moiii
lii(f jit Ktrohtf Ilrothera' chapel, the
Hi v. i:. I', Wi holer offiiintlim. Two
will be in Citirview cemeler)'. Two
brother urn here, one eomliiK from
Cleveland und tho other from Fresno,
I'linitul of Mrt. Kclway.
Funeral acrvlrc for Mr. Helway
will be held at 11 o'clock thl morn
liif ttt Ktronif Itriitlicra' chupel. Mi.
Helwuy, who waa on the way hern
from Lincoln, Neb., when hi wife
died, arrived yeatcrday. The body
will be ahlpped tu Kenoaha, Vla to
tiuy. Mr. Ktlwy will accompany it
With each milt order for balance
of ncuMon, will Blvo free one pair of
Ili nt. A, 1!. Iikcn, :ii S. Second.
Jraiit ' June ha opened meat
market at Fourth and Mountain loud,
where choice frenh meat can be ob
tained, lie desire patronage.
If. Hryant'8 deilvwry ha added for
vuick tervtea two auto truck, two
WOKOI1S and five meaaemser boy.
M EftCH ANTS W will do your
delivery for lent than your feed bill
and driver' pay. I'hone 7 for ratea
Activity of Albuquerque School
Children in Selling Stamps
Gives Hope That City
Make Good Record,
1'iNUiixn f 1 1 1 Impetus I luil till
pupils of I Ik grade iiml high schools
l of Albuipioriiie have given In till) will'
jof Kid t'ros stamps, llii' official of
jtlio N w Mexico Society fur Hip Study
I and I'rt'Wiitlon of Tuberculosis ex
(pros tin' belief Dim this city will have
u chuncc In olitiilti tin' national prlc
in her i'Iiihn for tin wil of the great"
eat number of stump per capita.
Thero are aexen prl.e to hit uwarded
(. it la In ua many cIiihnch, tho i liiMKlfl
cnlliiu lielnit luiHi'il iipou population.
A Wtii) iht-iii In III the cluM of cltleN
from idKlit to tweiily-flve thotiaunil
population on tlui lumla of the laat
The aiitl-tulieri'iiloHlH work Iiuh heen
taken up hy the pupllH of the hi IihdIm
Kith ii riut niiioiiiit of eiiKeiiieHH und
eiithiiaiuNin. Their Inlereat la Mhown
by thn fuel Hint they lire aludyliin the
tubcriiiloHlN ptolih ma wherever they
inn procure knowledge of them, and
llii.on who have entiled the CBany con
teat and who will write for orlm-H re
Biii'dlnir the inline, in event lull and
Cure of tulierciilimlM are iiuiklnK Hiom
'aelvea fnmlllar with the iiuetitlona they
have been linked to allNW'cr.
Ill iniinil la .rolnx.
Alreiuly it, (Hill lied ('roan atitmpa
liiivo lii'i n ilbili United to tho hcIiuiiI
children und the deuiund la kiowIiik
each day. Tina la a number euuul to
tho totul wile expecteU in Albuqtieriite
by the .New IUxl(0 aoelety and the
Woman' club. It la now believed
that the total nule hole will rcitch 40,-
If AliMHiueriuo can win Hie nation
ul pil.e In her elana It will meun a
Kreat amount of thn beat unit of ad
vertising, ua thn wire will curry tho
numea of Hie winners all over tin;
1 tilted HUlcii Kven with the nhow
Iiik that Iiiih already been mude, thla
city ami New Mexico will bo mention
ed by tint Ited t'roaa new HturtcB ua
havlnn the liUKeat percentiiRii of In
ciiMf in the hale of any other Iocu.ll
tlen. Tho wire atoiy for tho u of tho
nutlonal body which W'aa teleKrailied
out of AlhuiiiierqiU' yeaterday give nil
tho credit of I be allow Iiik made, to the
Ktiita Kederatlon of Womun'B cluba
unit Pa varlona af flllatlona, toKether
with the actiuol idilhlren of the Htute.
BY NATIONAL BUREAU
tine of the hl.;li'Ht compliment
ever paid to the county achoola of
llernallllii county, which, tinder Hti.
pcrliitendeiit Atuiumio Montova, hnvu
leuched their hlnheHl Btute of efticl
ency, I contained In a bulletin lust
laMiiml by the Ignited Wales Mureail of
lUlucatlon on the aubjeit of rural
MChool luniKe und Krimlida.
The bulletin ii prepared by
Fletcher It. lireaalar, of the I'eubody
collei! for tcuchera, of Nuahvllle,
Tenii.'. and la accompanied by a let
ter of trunainlttiil by Coinmlnslotier
1. I', Cliixtnn. It deal with the ne
ceaalty for the Improvement of con
dltloiiM In tho bulldiiiua und groiind
of rural achool und nhuwa the PioK
re Hint hua been made In thla direc
tion In vuiioiia pari of the country,
Thn uppcutllK to the bulletin con
tain.") it number of photoKraphi of
rural aehoola, which are pointed out
ua model of thu bcBt In achool con
Ktrui'tton In thn country, und iiiuuiik
tho tnoKt ntlructlvn of theae ll-jtru-tioiiN
h that of l.i'M 1 'ml 1 1 In Kiiuidl
In thla county. A thla la only one of
Heverul model n, up-to-dalo school
bulldiUK" that have been erected un
der the udinlnlHtratlon of Superinten
dent Miintn.vu, It will be een that It
I indeed a KrallfyliK tribute that ha
been paid to Mr, .Muntoyu.
GRANT COUNTY PRIZE
WINNERS IN ESSAY
The firnt return from the educa
tional cumiy context put on 111 the
public i hoola of the atnte Tueaday,
were received jeatei'day by the New
Mexico Society for the Study and I're
ventlon of Tubercnloaia, From liranl.
New Mexico. Iliuel Wolfe, the teach
er in the fourth (trade write that the
flrat three prl.ea for writing the beat
esanys ncardlna; the caiie, cure and
prevention of tuberculoala Ifil tu Helen
IiHunebiium, Nicola lialleu-o and
Arnold U'c, reapectlvely.
'rle In the form of ribbon awards
will bo Klven thee children and
their CBwiy will be acnt to the miper
Intendeiit of their county where they
will have an opportunity to also lie
county winner of ribbon and atate
w Inncra. of Bold, silver and bronne
BOY BURGLAR JAILED
FOR FURTHER HEARING
OR FINAL DISCHARGE
Will Coin Ion. the boy chartjed with
burKlnry, wa committed to thn coun
ty jail yeaterday by JuiIrb Mctiellun
to await further hearing- or final dl
ch.irtro. Tho boy admitted to the po
lice that he took jewelry from hi own
home und that of tieorne Ltoch.
Just what yoj wnnt for Christina.
Fancy food, cmbrolderlea from all
part of the world, all kindp, all
prices. New a cods Just arrived. It
- you nothing to !ok them over
Call in up, phone Hi'SW. W. M.
1C1CE TO WIN
t FIRST PRIZE III
RED CROSS SALE
DIES AT HOI III
Lived in Bernalillo County
Since 1889 When He Came
From East to Invest in Rio
Puerco Land Co,
Oniric A. HottKir dbd ul Ji
o'clock yifterdiiv afternoon nt hi
home In Hid AlbUipierqiiii, uxed 4
Mr. Hunger had been u reeliletit of
llcrnallllo county alnce 1 1. He
cumn here from Itiitherford, N, J.,
to Invent In the li lit liierco l.und
eiiinpany, liked New Mexico und de
cided to remain here.
Mr. Itotluer had been 111 two year
and although hi condition n known
to lie erloii recently, death wu
tntally unexpected at the time, 1'hy
Hlclati had udvlKcd that 111 HlncNx
could have but one termination und
that would be the end. However, his
family und fiiemlH did not know that
the end predicted, wa o mar and
the death wa tta much of H ahock
to them a If he had not been ill at
I uncial Arrangement loiter.
The earlier par! of Mr. ItotlKcr'
life wa apent In Itutherford. He wa
n Herman exlnictlon, both hi father
and mother being Herman. He own
ed properly In Rutherford a well a
In Albutieniue nnd Old Town. Ill
eHldeliee, which I adjacent to Hie
court ho uc, I one of Hie llncat In the
town. It Miind on the ulte of what I
rommniily known u the "Hherldan
hnmeatead, beratiHe of the fact Hint
the wife of the civil War cavalry
leader I mtld to have been born
The widow und two iliiiiglitin aur
Uvc. Tho latter nre .liiliu, 12 year,
and Iiorolhy, 10 year. A tep-
diHiKhter, Mr. Frank Yon, live at
Stockton, Calif. She wu notified by
teleKfum IiihI it Im lit and replied thut
hhe would atart at once.
The body wa taken to Fred f'rol
lott' undertiiklnK room. Funeral ur
ruiikeiiieut will not lie fully decided
upon before the arrival of Mm. Vott.
Meliuda A tie Arinljo yexlerday
wa directed by JiiilK" Kaynold of
the illHtrb t court to mortKiiico proper
ty they Inherited to provide meun to
support the minor, rrnnk Armijo,
Mart-iiiitn Armijo, Murlunlto Armijo
and KriK'Hlo M. Armijo,
Mr. Armijo I their Kuurdlan und
ahe wn appointed apeclal itiuater with
fluthorlty to mortxatte the proiarty.
Sho 1 to Ket 11,1'liU upon lot 8 and V,
block U, Fruniiaco Armijo y tilero ud
dltlon. .Miirlailiy 'iculs.
M. T. Moiiaiity, defeudunt In the
ciino of Kd Fourmile uKitlnt Charle
lli'iindo and M. T. Moiiurlly, yeaterdity
wu Kiunted an appeal. Fouruello rc
ccntly wu Klven Judgment hkhIiimi
Morlaiity for alterinu; a buildlna; own
ed by the latter and occupied by
Urnndo In accordance with a contract
entered Into by him and (Irunde,
One of the exception to tho Jud
ment, aiated by Morlaiity, I Hint the
Judgment could not be taken by de-
fuul lit Hie prcBeine of a demurrer
made by lilm. Another la that the
plulntlff la mil entitled to JudKiiieut
UKaliiHt him until he obtain Judgment
(lllllllJCHII ClIV llhNICll Of.
H. II. Cornell field hi report u
rt culver and apeiial muHter In thecae
of K. Cli'.indji an and Koy Mcl'onld,
titmice, uKulnat Cclia JohiiHon and
V. J. JoluiNon and Jennie Koulller,
executrix, of the entiite of A. F.. lloull
Icr. Ill" collected $108.25 cent, thu
receiver' report allowed, A apeclal
mtitr, he reported tins auln of prop
erly Involved to A. Singer i,,r (,ll,
W. J. Johnaon, one of thu defeud
unt. withdrew a. motion to iacnto
Judgment tiKiilnat him. He nlleued In
niiikniK motion thut he hud not been
properly Helved. i'Io then confeaaed
JudKinent and uKl'eed that the JudK
meiit entered July IK (diould be blnd
inir upon him to the extent that it
would if lie hud been duly served.
Otero 1 Unjoined.
Fimil JudKinent wa taken In the
cnao of the Fernandez Co. UKulnat V.
Otero. The defendant wa perma
nently enjoined from puMtuiintr hi
xlterp on tint Fernando! Co' land.
'1 ho Fernandos Co. waived duniases,
but Otero I to pay the cowta.
PUBLIC INVITED TO
WOMAN'S CLUB TODAY
, TO HELP ON BIG TREE
Today I an open day ut the Wom
an's club, and tho Kencral public I
cordially Invited. Work: on the alock
iiiK for tho hl,B municipal Christmas
tree will be a feature of tho afternoon,
and everybody i tinted to lyinK
darning-needle, thimble und bcInhoi
and K'o whole-heartedly into the work.
Tills i the first opportunity thut the
member have had to ahow their in-lei-eat
In the unity work which was ho
NtroiiKly M reused by MIhs L.utle
Stearn In her recent lecture here,
and It I believed that the movement
will meet with great aucceaa.
There will be a bualnea lueetina; at
2;3li o'clock, preceding the general
meeting, which will begin at 3:00
o'clock, light refreshment will be
nerved by the ociul committee.
On Monday, the 14th day of De
cember, 1914, In front ot the city Jail,
on North Second street, I will aell one
gray home about 12 year old; will
weigh about 700 pound: blind in left
eye; branded on right thigh and Kit
O. H. CONNER, M. T.. I. O.
trt all curable disease. Office Ctra
Building. I'hone, til and S!S.
Wheal SI.M per hundred. t Jlcrur
tlinclll, t08 N. iftcMiili -rM-t,
LOTS TO SUPPORT
TREE WILL BE
Plans for Big Christmas Cele
bration Changed; Travelers
Through City Will See What
we Are uoin
The inoxt importuiit development In
tho municipal Chrlatma Ire move
ih"i)t yenterduy wn the detcrniliiutioil
ut the meeting held In the hltjli rchool
auditorium In the afternoon to erect
the tree In the big vueant lot on Cen
tral uvenue oppoaite the Alvurado ho
tel iti'tead of In ltobliiHon purk u wa
flrnt plunned. OfflelulH of the Santa
Fe railroad tendered the uae of the
lot for that purpoae, and tho offer
waa promptly uceepted.
Several eonfldorullon Influenced
the committee In making thl change.
In the flrat pluce, Itnhlnaon park '
rather far out, and would bo Incon
venient to the large number of peo
ple who Hvo In the highland, while
the Alvurado lot I the nioM centrally
located of nny lte In Albmiueriiue.
and I equally ucceio'ilile to n aldent
of all part of the city. Then again,
the park ia already ao chock full "(
treott that even a great big, r'aily
truly Chrlrtma tree of the nor I that 1
going to be erected would not make
much of u allowing. The late autumn
bus iniido the tree alow in ahedding
their leave, und the glory of the my
riad light that are to bedeck the mu
nicipal tree would be obscured und
you wouldn't know there wa any
thing going on until you got right up
on It. In the new location, on tho
other hand, the tree can be aeen for
block uwity, and everybody will know
what la doing.
IliKiHt for tho Town.
AIo, It wa considered that to erect
the tree on thl lot, which is adjacent
to the railroad track, would be the
best posalblc boost for Albuquerque.
I'asnenger on nil train going through
the city will aee It they Just can't
help doing o nnd they will kn'iw
without being told that Albuquerque
I the blggeat little city In the world
nnd that he I ullve to tho plrlt of
Chtlstma and to the march of pro
gress A a piece of municipal ndver
tlina, nothing could be better for the
city thun the erection of tho tree ut
thla local Ion.
The meeting yesterday uflernoon
wa one of the most enthusiastic ever
held In Albuquerque. The vurlou
;ub-i"immlttee reported progres, und
the determination to make the move
ment the biggest success ever pulled
off In the city wu very much In evi
dence. A feuture of the meeting Illustrat
ing the iniectiuu enthusiasm that ha
taken ponelon of all connected with
the movement wu the contribution of
five dollars to the Chrlstma tree fund
by a Chicago woman who lg stopping
temporarily In Albuquerque und-who
had read of the plans for the tree
and wanted to help, Hequesting that
her name be not published, thl lady
yesterday Bought out Mr. Neill li.
Field, tho chairman of the gener.il
committee, und, asked to b allowed to
Colonel Seller lit the (iumc.
Former Mayor 1). K. II. Sellers, thn
bos booster end the llvest wire of
them 'all, ha been prosd Into sei'
vli e and will be In charge of the dis
tribution of the vaiiuu urticle con
tributed for needy fumllic. Also, Col
onel Seller will contribute some vulu.
able Idea, as well as all of hi aplen
dkl energy and enthusiasm to making
u big business of the tree.
ItcKlnnlng thl morning, two auto
mobile will stmt out to make a tour
of the city. In one of the cur will
be Hie ladle of the. ollcltlng commit
tee, who will tnulie a houe-to-hou-ie
cunvuMs for donation of food, cloth
lug und other article required to re
lieve the distress of the needy fumlllej
of Albuquerque, Following thl nuto.
mobile will be another Into which will
be loaded the varlou article that nre
donated. This cur will bear a bin
streamer on which will be the word:
"Municipal Christinas Tree Auto." it
la expected that thl cur will be taxed
to It capacity to carry the domi -.
lion of tho big-hearted people of Al
buquerque. Colin AfTyss With Your Cur.
The people all the people of Al
buquerque are expected to help in thl
matter, nnd owner of automobile ore
requested,' one each day, to place a
car nt tho disposal of tho committee.
Cull Mr. Neill 11. Field early this
morning nnd find out from her where
to send your car for the work to be
done today nt tomorrow or the next
duy or the day after.
Lots of folk In Albuquerque have
Chrlstmusitree ornament left over
from last year thut will not be need
ed thl year.. These ornaments will
help out enormously on the tree. Turn
them over to the committee w hen they
call around, or, what I better Rtill,
send them to the residence of Miss
I.ou I.ee, 80S West Copper avenue.
Hemember that every little bit helps
nnd that this Is everybody' tree.
Also, when you puss tlrlmshaw'
corner, nt Second and Central, you
will see a. red barrel ultached to the
telegraph port. Don't pus that bar
rel without stopping. l'ause long
enough to drop something In the slot
tho more the better. Whutever you
put In the barrel will help to maki
Koine kid happy Christmas day, Vould
your money be better pent?
INVENTORY OF N. M. C. '
EQUIPMENT WILL BE
CONTINUED AT HAGAN
A representative of the New Mexico
Central railroad and Col. D. K. U. Sel
lers will go to Hugan today to con
tinue the inventory of equipment
along the coal field spur owned by
several compunlcs, including the Do
minion Co., Fergusson Co.. New Mexi
co Central, Pennsylvania Development
Co., New .Mexico Fuel & Iron Co., and
the Albuquerque Kastern.
The equipment is being stolen nnd
is deteriorating. When the Inventory
ia completed the receiver probably
will order It stored for protection.
THIS AND FIVE CKNTS!
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this
Blip, enclose five cent to Foley & Co.,
Chicago, III., writing your name and
address clearly. You will receive in
return a free trial package contain
ing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
for cough, cold and croup: Foley
Kidney rills, for pain In side and
back, rheumatism, backache, kidney
and bladder ailments; and Foley Ca
thartic Tablets, a wholesome and thor
oughly cleansing cathartic, especially
comforting to 'etout person. For sale
In your town by Butt's, lac.
WILL BE MODELED
Ernest Thompson Seton, Fa
mous Author and Artist, Is
in State to Study Architec
ture for That Purpose;
Kinest Thompson Seton. best
known a the author of stories of anl
rnil interest. I in New Mexico to
study pueblo architecture. He will
utiii.e the knowledge he gulnrt within
the next week or two In modeling a
group of collcue building to be erect
ed li the east at a point he Is not yet
ut liberty to disclose.
Mr. Seton arrived here yesteVday
morning on the Oiliforulu limited und
spent the duy here and ut Old Town,
taking photograph of building that
struck his fancy. District Forester A.
it. HiiiKhtud, a friend, took him to
Hie liilvt'tslly of New Mexico. Mr.
Itiimliinil will tuke him to Santa Fc
ulter he return from Actinia. He left
lor Acomu last night.
Discussing the school in the Inter
est of which he la In the state, Mr.
Seton said that It wlnild be larger
thun the liilversity of New Mexico.
It will be a private Institution.
Mr. Seton Is an iidmlrer of the pu
eblo style. One of Us chief beauties
in hi opinion, I taut it I purely
American, showing no foreign Influ
ence whatever. Thl style can ba
made very beuutiful and it I Inex
pensive, he commented.
250 PERSONS SERVED
AT CAFETERIA GIVEN'
BY SENIOR GIRLS
(ISy High School Iteporter.)'
The senior girl' cafeteria lunch
served ut noon yesterday ut the high
school was u great kucchmh. The menu
consisted of sandwiches, pickle, ( pie,
cuKe, iiougnniit una curree.- j no
girls served Silo person. Other thun
students patronized them.
At tho Athletic association meeting
yesierduy ufternoon ufter school sev
eral committee were; appointed and
important business wlis attended to.
Superintendent Milne nddressed tho
association concerning the advisabil
ity of wevcrul amendments to the con
stitution. A committee of Mr. Milne,
Mr. Cliltner, Mrs. I.ultar, Thoma Cal
kins, iMugh Cooper, Krncst Hammond,
and Kvolyn Long wa appointed to
consider the revision.
THREE MORE WITNESSES
IN THE WHITEHILL CASE
The Whitehill case wu unfinished
when the I'nited Statu district court
adjourned lust night. Three more
witnesses were still to be examined,
it wa said. Mr. WhiUhll), the plain
tiff, ask $20,01)0 damages from the
Chino Copper C.. and John M. Sully
because of Injuries she alleces she re
ceived in fulUiig Into a ditch at Hur
ley. 1K. II. W. IIANN A,
Craduuto and l'ost (.raduate American
School of Osteoputliy.
riione 610. Suite 1, W.O.W. IHlg.
B. M. WIMJAMS '
Rooms 1 and t. Whiting Pulldlng.
Corner Second and Gold.
Pknna No. 6S4.
S13',i V. Central, Upstairs
Figures and workmanship count. Ws
guarantee more for your money than
any other, contracting' firm In AJbu
juerque. Office at
siTJPKIUOK rLAVTNG MILL
Crystal Theatre Today
221 South Second Street.
UioxrupU Two-reel Feature
Vltugntpli Drama With Myrtle
tion.ales and Murgarct
Matinee at 2:30 anil 3:30.
Last Show at Night
Hcj;lna at 9:43
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS 8
In accordance with a rulj
ing of the Attorney Gen
eraFs office at Santa Fe,
no penalty or interest
will be charged on taxe ?
paid prior to and including
the 15th day of Decemi
ber, M. MANDELL, (
Treas. and Colli
The l,e,l Mlcct.il lol of
kct today. A f.' f ''
Hi ri.iui r.naril und
Miockers. Si.7S. t '
iin-oiioIc nun dui kers
The I'liniinia Canal. "3c.
Hiilllcilorc mill Sinilllc
I'lng I'mili. 2..
llig llalllc t.anic. 2.0
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Dtul-tiii Dimkcy. :3c
DIAMOND ltltiKs; all regular cut atone
t. i.., ii-.,,..iw. f.i-,.-v nnn iriiuriineed
. Illll'l', ...ll.tvc, .v... .....
DIAMOND Hroochcs; the newest designs: ull prices.
Hent's Wat(hc:i: fold filled and solid gold to l.0
DIAMOND Scarf Pln, beautiful good; moderute l"-11'-
Ladies' Watches, gold filled and solid gold ...7..0 to lotl
DIAMOND Sleeve link. Tie Fnstcners, Shirt Studs; all prb-e
Uni. elcts for the baby, the young nils or for my lady . .HI. oil ip
DIAMOND Duvalllerea "' "P
Hold Filled Ivtvalllere " ' l'P
Also Vanities, Mesh Jink', Itosurleg, Toilet and Manii.uro b'lu
Military IlruBh Sets,, Fountain Fens, Sterling Silver und Hawks' Cut
trlass, t; ()jn )iylng Jewilry you are absolutely dependent
upon the good faith of the Jeweler. .Solid gold Rood that wear ii
lifetime und good merely plated with gold that wont wear a month
look exactly alike. H is wisdom to buy ruch thing of a merchant
who will be here to make good or to exchange any article that may
not suit. .... .
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V,. ,ilYer no bait, no catch 9!h
Jewelry at the lowest possible pri
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MAH CAMIV lltXKS. Have one laid
awuy fur you. I'rleei reawnnilile. A ur
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"Hunltotion Our Special Delight."
LET US SEND A MAN
Tt lleplace that Broken Window
Phono 411 4tS N. First
l'liouo 23 for Taxi und Auto day
or iiIkIiI. Any part city.
A. H. UACA.
i AYS THJi ( IIH1STMAS.
.realist Holiday Ilitrgtiin
In 1'holo nt Miss Pierson'-j Studio,
1 13 South Second Street, Phono 211 1.
Henry's Delivery and Mes
sengers. Phone 939.
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n ii. .. . aaaii 1 1 a
Cole, Mill Weal, Factory Wood,
Majestic Stock Co.
TONIGHT-" IN MISSOURI"
NAT GOODWIN S FAMOl'S 1LAY
Tliis 1 a Live Company Not a Picture.
,r- Vfle Will SiuS -mar Obi Girl"
tX).MPLIJTE CHAXtilJ OF SHOW EVERY NIGHT
Prices 10c and 20c
fcpeoial Maunee for Children Saturday at 8:30 p. m, lriec 10c
HtMilcs o" Hie Amcfjcun inur.
The Wide V Hid. 1 .33..
t onilcal Anliunl Ten
Tho Ailvnmv tiiiard, (13c,
The Mexican War. $1.25.
,l;u k St run-'. 2.V
liotnliiois, J.V, 20c, :t.V,
MiccM'is. 13c. Si'i.'' 33c,
$3.30 to $300
.$2.30 to Si 3
lir.iw'. .to r..tnr
price, but honest, dependable
The Diamond Palace
Why Not Get Best Work
for the Least Money
I'l H.SKM. S Si'l DIO
Has a prize winning pho
tographer from one of Chi
cago's best known studio.
You will only have to see
his work to bo convinced.
PRICES ? ? ? ?
They will cost no more
than inferior work maybe
Send photographs for
Chrlstmiui presents. You
can find nothing more ac
ceptable. PursdVs Studio
219 W. t out nil Phono 022
BUY THIS BRAND of CANNED
GOODS ANT) YOU HAVE THIS
Saddle Horses. Trimble's Hed Darn.
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