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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, December 17, 1916.
Two REMOVAL SALE Only a Few Left . nrniinTnnrr I p 1 p ? ULiii'JGiunrniow I01AI1 AS Kilts ju-4 received Links. Slick in Irv, Sweet ( ii as Jewelry, Laval iold and Silver Work baskets and Cold ms, See uni(iie Christmas xlierc. Jroochcs, Kins, Cuff . . i li tPice ewe rv. Aavaio ewe hundreds of other curios. Don't fail to ;ct one of the new Fancy Xavajo Rus and Chini ayo l'.lankctsjust received from reservation. WRIGHT'S TRADING POST CORNER OF THIRD AND GOLD OPEN EVENINGS j&MSlNESSg COLLEGE ITEMS -J in I iiml i Ariionmi ment of the opcidm; "i , Ihf Mil wiMt-r linn mi 'I'm m.I.iV, Jan DBty 2, 1'1'X hrouKht " number of I"- j .o.irlcs. mill will' II"1 Ii a'lv bill'.' t - I tendance the cupm 1 1 V of III'' M'l will li reached rally III January. ,,,.,1,1 r,f enrollment, ntte uhim e Clllls for flllllllllt"'", the hi hool Is now cnJoylnK Hie '"Ht M''ccs:-ful " linn rvcr had. The hai-krt ) II teams are now or (nnixlnir iiml "HI "tart practice next week. Claude Miller, who Ml r.cently rcept a position with (lie Arizona lumber iiml Timber company, HHK(iif, report that lie likes tin place ami l K-tltifC nlonK nicely with Mm wotk. I'.obt. Korh iiml J. M Me f'Uary. both former A. M, C students, mo with the mime firm. MIrr Alum Krlede Inn accepted temporary portion with Attorney H. II. Jamison. I I,. Rhlrlds linn recently been ndd. erl to HUH KiiFliicer Frenrh'ii office force, ht Piinttt Fo. The IJter.uy Boclety hm prepared pei Inl ( 'hi 1st lna prnKruin t0 '"' rendered Wednesday nf ternoon, mill friends of the mhool are Invlleil to attend. Much Intercut Ih being ohown In these ineetliiKM unil A fine proKiaui In a mured for this week. Frank Armstrong paKred through Alhiiiieriie a few cvciiIokn iitfo en route to Aluniononlii, N. M., where lie his ncceptcil a fine pomilon with the ttHcramento Dumber company, lrank finished nrhool IiihI summer mid In niBkliiK n itooil nturt In the business world. Minn Kbde Kenipcim h mid Mil'" Gertrude Urodell, both farmer A. I! C. BtiideiitH, have been n Icrtcil hy County Clerk -elect Nestor Mnntova for positions In the county cliik's f,ttc Kfler Jiiniuiry 1. Walter Kuwuliikl Ih the Intent nd ,i, ,,fir. f,,r,. ,,f ()(. I'.itU- er Vn'biMiUi citiiipnny. r-p, n,..i . iilo, ,..-. ft.,--,. i-H - . '" liH fmini i A. 14, C i. iiH, ,tie iihwi with thlH firm. (ilin Iieiirlnft. 'Jp. wum n office luwi r tflL ti, :l of lli Wee' . (ilcll Is now with the MunlliK t'niiiiell Co.. J.os Luna (inil recently received m Jmndsome IncreiiBc In wiUuy. Allhuiicli only nineteen, (lien Ih holding n very lexpontillile ponltlon anil 1m dniWin! u very li!in,lHi,nic milniy. Tlie employini iit Imiii;ui linn heeii receiving ciiIIm for office hilp nenly fvery duy, ntid koiucI Iiiich two or mrc calls a day, hut owinK to lack of u nif flelent nninhcr ,of riidnateN to fill these placen him l.ad to allow iiianv tdncea to fco imfilleil. . In a f cicc Mnn of the pi'VioI'n patronB lould pot iiudily hu miipllcd, hut epe- r if. "IH 41 If '1 i , t r i ff. t :,r,t ' -; h' f ,i; 1 i.yj' i4 t, 4 t it ;, r"- ti rr n til i- . V V.,ii.4' 'A S .-A ( Cue III iM-emlicr u:t, llll-llic-l liiil-llnliul i ,' n the TjMnl Hut f; licaler, SiKiirdiM , "Jl va A- u rytwir ( lul cfforlH are exerleti lo In !p t li The employment hiui'iiu In coudueteil for the hen, 111 ,,f I n i 1 1 n m I'l.inw, pro fc.l;iolinl Imn, find M-ii"i!M, and loi' the A. IX e. ifliiili ills, ,iiid for nilieiH Who me foiitnl eiiinpelent ; It In free to luilh cmphivcr ami employer, ahso Inlely nn eoinpeiiMuUun helm,' accrpteil In any e ie. T7nroiiiueiiM..iii 4Ti mi i cuponfli nro rteparlinetil hiu n heeii eunimtr In Vci y rapldIV reti-iilH. TTin. tiRi:tlier with the heavy rot I "O'oliih'iirc, Ihim kept the Nhnh nt: In (lie office training lc pili I nienl cry hu.y. WOULD ADJUS T IL 0 WIFE LEARNING TO DRIVE KILLS HUSBAND tPV M BNINO JOMMNAL IPfCtAL IVAIIfU WIRI, I'hoenlx, ArU., Iiec. Hi - Williuni S ain, ai;ed llll, w.im killed lli afler IH'iill thilliell mllcM West ,f llllM city when Inn n 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 was iliiven over Hie aide i.f a hi Mice in russ the lli'anil eanal iitnl Inr I turlle. Ilin wife, who W:im h.iniini! to iliive, loat ciin- Irul of the mai lilne. Spain's lieek hmken. Mim Spain wan Iflully nut lal.illv m ini , il. W till YEAR'S Executives Who Conferred With Wilson Meet Informal ly With Biotherhood Representatives. t ' 1 Vv - Jk -V r wf J- iwii5 THE ROYAL DRUG CO. on-r.h's , ; srcciisrioxs v macticai. AXD Xll" V CHRISTMAS I'lA'.sr.XTS J)R MUX, iruMHX AXD CUU.DKliX '.MI'S 1 niiH'Mic ;iip! inijH irU'il, ill IH ii'l', IKT liolllc, fl'i'lll SIvTS-Ol I ri'KI'l MA NIC I c;u!i, in m WkiTlxc, i- fii'in Xcw rri.i.M ax fl'nlll lru.M.w si.ii'i'i pair rCH'Kl'.T KX1NI.S ii'sciil SCIIAI' I'I i.K S S! Tlie lic-t in,,i!i', i J'llKSIA.X IVORY ainl of f cry i!cm i ipi'a n M1MTAUV IIAIIv I'.ui'S ainl In iiiijlii ii r the In ,'ii CAXDII'.S-llnn.lrc.U ,,f , (.'anilii' in plaui aihl I'.n In f i c nitmiK c.n'h, at TOYS A XI) DOLI.S -Wl.i the jat two vi'ik;( we select from. i'im;hi i r-, MT.U- In iiu'iy Kie York, the ln, innn. . . !'U()XS am! n KS 111 !,!!! i. tillllllll.S li in f.nu'v Imxes, lan.t;'- to $10 leather ainl inlaid. $iS to $10 jip-t reeeieJ ilireet' HTC to J)0o I'nilel (.'.ix'.s, each, $i.ro t . $:i.ro I'laek; anv .si.'e; per "...,$i.ir me; all suit.il 1 o lnr 'IT MOMNINU JtHINNAU IIPtt lAL llIIO WIRII 'tin aim. I ice. If,.- Hale lliihliill, prcMtleiit of the 'hirai;i, linihnkiloli I ami i.,iiiinc y rallloail. v. liu waii the j i 1 1 a irnia n of the com mil I ee of railroad executives vvlmli met I'lciii'lil Wll- wasjsoil anil the li ot In 1 'hood officials III lull I V .e.iiim-'.loli laid Minimi r when a rail- l,,i, sIllKc Was I III ealelieil, eolllllllleil today that informal conferences have I i li In I, I hv null oad 1 1 pi csi iilativei "llll hlolhel hood officials i oll.'i III illH a y-x 1 1 lenient out of court of the con troM r.iv la (ween the railroads and their eiiiilovc:-. W. (!. I.i e, incident of Ihe Mrolh- jerlioo.l of Cailwav Trainincn, also annonn 1 al l-A a m. ille, hid., last nichl, thai nei'ot la I ions are under Way l.ctvtccti leaders of the four I hi ol In i hoods and operalinic oflletalM I m,-i-., railroads hxikinu Id a sel- tiiiioiil of the enlire , onl i o ei;y he fore ,laniiai I, when the Adamson law i-, to mlo cflei-t. lioth Mr. I.ee .U',1 Mr llolilen said, however, that the discus. I,, ns had Hot progressed far enon::h ecn in sm;i;est a hasis for a perma in id i-cl I Iciin nl. "I don'l fci I I liat I cm say miii'li more than thai the eoiifen-es inivn teen held 1, 1 i - ii the hi ot herliond 1 men and I he raili oad ot I tela Is, Mr. Hidden .-aid, 'Tin' meetings have . necii of a pur ! inlornial iiaiere aim !to dale theie has Pcen no siik iiest ioll Jlel'.'in idlini.ile adjiist nient." T i. :;! I ! I ' ' ! ' I 1 1 . , i I 1 :i.i' i'i .uh, i'r, Ti III. I .I.IXi Ml ... , T Mi an.l ii;s i s. i:n I ta'' It H'XTAIX $2.ro i, U'l.l-.S The ri'.xs - . $12.00 ei v nil e-4 pi H e Im Ml! I wiiile U!)i 1.1, :ain e w til! il pi !.:ur a e . , i;e s 'Ilt.llUl niii I'm Toll 'in one urn in o,l as. . intent lo WHKN' TIKh'.D l'h'OM SIK il'I'IXC, ISlT Ol U SODA w.VJ'Kk and i.rxc'iii'.rTi: i i".ivktm i-:n :t 't'Xthi III Pi Li lu ll's Sell the Inst of li THE ROYAL DRUG CO. PHONE 121. 115 SOl'Tli i:CONl ST. I WRIGHT WILL BUILD ! AN INDIAN PUEBLO ! FOR TRADING POST Pa llia ne Pie I h , he eh Ihe A, .'opted use 'I am ,-. main Wiu'.ht Tiadinn I'osl will have l iiniipic store m Alluiqiierque. aichllectnre will he followed in the hnildinn. I'ealincH of .una and Taos pin hlo.s will he an I an eslufa. a circular room hy Indians for relicioiis ol'sorv . ill slai'd in one coi ner of the Iniililim.'.. i', A. Wright. iroirlelor of the tiadinv po.-,l. yesier.hiy hoiieht the land for the lai lid nu:. The land con-;-ls of two lots, at fourth street and Hot, I avenue, vvllh a frotitawe of fifty feet on (odd aveiuie and 142 feet on Fourth street, facing the Commercial i lull. The purchase was made from the l'ir-t Nail. in. il hank. The . onsld . i .item vv as not sta led. Mr. i It: h I said that const ruction ul,t I,. in at oin c if mo.teratety VMHin weather prevailed. Tlie walls ne to l.e lanit of .oneiete. Ileneo the hiiihh-r it i li -1 clioose favorahle wenth- i w. II. ut-aile wall will he k I on a tan-h similar to that of the losloftiec lui!,!in. The huihlim; will he thiee -toi l, s hiuli. ' Mr Wii. lu has made a model of the More, lie has placed it in the win dow of his tiadini; post on (iold avenue. Hal Mian, problem purrhft. or lm,i i vaiiir -lv 1 br J airnl nl Htati llitia. U lb Ma. Liu It tod. TO U. S. ATT1T German Ambassador Pays Visit to Secretary Lansing j and Has Informal Talk Re garding Peace Proposals, IBV MOKNINa JOURNAL BPICIAL tIAtIO WIMVI WaKhlimton, Iec, 1G. -I'ount von Iiernstorff, the derrnnn amlnssador. conferred with Secretary Lansing to day, Necking Information of the atti tude of the I'nlt.'d States toward the pence proposals of the central pow ers, lo discuss the kieneial suhject of peaco from thin nuvcrnmeiit's view point and t() nivc any Information Mr. I.nnsmK mirlit desire on tlie attitude of the (..'rmaii irovenimonl. Amhas Kador r.einstorff syld aftei a teli mlnute visil with Secretary I.ansinu: ''We did not discuss peace terms in any way. I have not received any formal terms nnil the American gov ernment knows ofileially Unit no for mal terms have heen proposed. All I lerniany has mittyoHlril is that the hcllh'yrentii v.- toKether and talk. If that proposal Is ncei pled definite terms naturally will he discussed hut till then it will not he proper to men tion them. My visit to Ihe secretary was inirelv for Kenera) discussion.' The amhasfciilor Indicated that the j echini place for the lioldiiiK of a con ference and Ihe question of whether it should he hy direct negotiation or through Intermediaries, were (picn iioiis entirely detiendei.? on the wlll- InL'tiess of the entente allies to discuss j Ihe situation lit u II. He indicated also that he had not discussed the Ameri- j can action in Kelidlni? on the Tciilnnii j poles w ithout comment, as that wa purely a matter for this country to decide for itself. Secretaiy LanslliK caid early today the peace notes prohahly would Ko forward before nlKht. "no uniform Amerlcin t riinshi t Ion will he sent to all the (fovei ninents W here the t'nlled St at cm represents t he centi al nl lies nn,l the original text will he forwarded later, prohahly hy mail. 'Ihe notes were transmitted In a uniform American translation and j the original texts will ff- sent forward later, prohahly iy mail. j Tin: notes were nunc, ompaniei! hy any expression from the I'nlled i States, althoii!!h as has previously! leen explained, President Wilson has' losorvod the opportunity to add a word for peace In some way In the fiituro. The poles went, forward hy ciihle and are expected to reach the entente i capita Is within tlie next forty-elnht j hours. ' The nolo lo (Ircal Hrtlain will he j in IxMidon la fore Tuesday, flic time, j I.loyd-' leoi o is expected lo speak he- ! foro the house of commons. . 1 REALTY TRANSFERS. iw-eil. .lose M. (irtepa to Thomas N. Wll kerson, War., liecemher 4, lots HI, Z'i, block .14, T'erea Add., t. t'elipe J. (liirule and wife to liosa It, l.ovalo, War., December 4, N. 2 a feet of lots 21, 22, 2:1 umi 24, block "T," A. and IV Add., $1, Ada M. Netherw'oo.l and liushaiid to Mrs. Condor Henry. War., Ieccmher S, lot 13, block 1X, N'etherwood l'ark j second fillnp, $1. W. C. Thaxlon and wife to John K. Moody iiml wife. War., Peitemher T, lots 11 and 12, block 12, I'aris Add., $10. Harlolo TruJillo et al. to Ih K. Mc Donald, War., December t, piece of land in Bernalillo county, $1. Unfits U. Willey lo Warren J. San ders, War., December !, an undivided one-lialf Inlerest in S. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4 and lot. 6, Set Hon 1, T. 8 N., It. 7. K., i. Donaciano (liirule and wife to Juan Antonio tiiirule, War,, December 5, 5 acres In Itan.'lios He Alitseo, $i. Chloe S. IluhliR and luisbatul to Susie I'. Hryan, War., December !i. N". 57 feet of lots 1, 2, 3. 4, blo k ,r,7, j original Toxvnslte. , Ada M. Nethet vvood and husband to Luis Homel'o, A'ai'., December fi, lot j 7, block 15, Nelherwood Turk second! fillnir, $1. ! ('oniniissioner.s of Chilili (Iraiit lo I'ailiituio Oiitierrez, deed. December (i, piece of land In I'hilili (.rant. T.enlnna Mora de Suli to same ct nl , j War., Deciiinber fi, land in Chilili. S ! 0. i (oiniuissiotiers of Chilili Grant to' rnni;lrt 1oll V'i,e ll,e(,iol,.r C. I piece of land In Chilili Crant. Same to Cellpe (julicrrcz. War.. De eetnber ti, piece of land in Chilili Grant. Same to Donaciano Gutierrez, War., December fi, piece of land in Chili el rant. Jesus Gutierrez to Uomolo Gutier ro7.., War., December C, same as above, $25. 1'niversily lleiRhls Development Co. to liobert 1.. I'rutcher, War., Decem ber . lot 7, block 17, I'niversity Heights Add.. $lsi). Myrn. M. laiands.ui and husband to J., I. Seder, War., December li. lot 7, lot 1, block 27, Kustern Add., $1. K. H. Kent an.J wife to James I.. Hell. War., December C, lots 7. S. H. block fi, Ibownewell and Tail Add., $1. Commissioners of Chilili Grant to Ctespin Toll, deed, December fi. piece of land In Chilili Grant. Same to Manuel Gallei;o, deed, De cember fi, piece of land in Cihlill (rant. Same to same, deed, December fi, piece of land In Chilili Grant. l.lhrado Armcnt.i id al. to Anaslaeio Gutierrez, deed. December fi. piece of land In Chilili Grant. JUS. 3,1. City of Albtuiuenpie to Mrs. Minn e Miller, deed. December 7. lot 9, bloi k 32. II. H. Add. T. It. Catron to V N Pannevik. War , December 4x0 acre in lr nalillo and Torran.e counties. f'.'.lfiO Florence Poyas Johnston to M; thihle Cardoner, "War., December, 7, lots 1. 2. 3, block 2. II. II. Add., $4 000. 1'hoebe H. Howell to same. War.. December 7. K. 47 1-3 feet of lots in. 11. 12. block 44, Hi H. Add.. Jl. Thta Josephine Clcunou and hu?- The Ideal Christmas Gift Get ThatlCamera Today m&mimw Mil b4il Owing to thel strong demand, we have had for Cameras since ihe close of our recent campaign we have ordered an additional supply which we will give away with each $5.00 Account Opened Before January 1, 1917. Present Your Child With a Camera and a Savings Account in - The First Savings Bank Trust Company Albuquerque, New Mexico. He- hand lo Joseph ocuiher S. lots Brow newel! and feel of lot 4, bh Mrs. Minnie Miller and hiisl David Stuart, War., December 9. block .'12, II. II. Add.. $1. Ada M. Net hcrw ood an,! husband tn I.l.zio Dicier, War, .December !i, lot Glcnnon, War. i and s, block " l-nil Add., ami N. nr. ick D-, F.asterti Add., ml to II, lot ; 4 2. block filing', $1. 15, Xcl rvvood Park second jeans on this side said tliey were bnn iilils. The ialrols said the men rode ' ' "li and down the banks of the river I hut dijl not try to cross. Si'c Itaudits l lose to llonlcr. i':i I'aso, Tex., Dec Hi. -Americai outposts at Falicns, a town on Hie Kio Grande about thirty mile:- southeast of here, rcpurlcil today seeing a law fori o of armed Mexicans on the op- Want a tilirh Rra.le empleye? Or the better (,'raile ef MervaiilK? Make Ubu of tlie waul ..uiuiiuis f thu Juurnul. po.'ite side of the boundary. Mexi- V,"i mi:;:-.- many i ,ji ,r t unities iljlly if " ,, 1i,.t r.ad .luuriKil wunt ails. The Holiday Pastry Christmas wil . 1 .' i ' - - A 4 1 1-1 tiiMiiiciiN c noiuiav soon be here Christmas with its own delicacies its pies and cakes, its candies and nuts, its spirit of Yulctide cheer. , How aiioiit iluit Oiri.-tnias cake? A tlie last one y.m made? Then try this: follow (lircclioiis exactly; jvt All m iu-r jut it it is not one of tin- leM von cer ni:nle re tiii (lisroma'jvd with the resulln Iiml some 'ooil. staiblard rcciiK.1, .Millintr .Star "48" ! loin and and sec lor ih lv 'ol see. Allii(iiei'i)iie Milling 1. i is Mended from it wheat flour. right consistency and weight. pics io ('ii'aihle cakes aik'V inpany Siar '4S" flour is made especial! the last Xeu .Mexico hanl wheat and I his mixture will jj-ive yuur dough exact- Albuquerque Milling Co. Phone 509 D. HOCH, Proprietor 'Use Albuquerque Milling Company Star "48" Flour Help the Rio Graide Valley Grow" ind