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ALBUQUERQUE gVEKIHG KBRALD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1S11.
Use Kirk's Hake White Soap Cheapest and Best Soap on the Market Today ? Mf Crescent Hardware Co. STOVES AKD RAHGES PRACTICAL PLUMBERS AND TINNERS AGENTS FOR Marsh Simplex aRd Advance Duplex Steam Fimpi 318 West Central Avenne. I Charles Ilfeld Company i; Wholesalers of Las Vrg8, Albuqutrqut, Santa Rosa t Imported German Steins Beer Steins Wo lwo Jinl mi'ltNl h largo Impor tation of (K'niiHii I hit Kleins nl price (mm 3u to 1 1 0.0(1 ( Ki ll. Wo linvo mho ery elegant Stein) lietter rail, ntnl m-o Until. Wo fl'ull place !( ill nit HPIX'IAIj 8AI.H Sfllur. lay, IKociiilxr ami, lit wlioleMiIrt n.t, ono-Uilnl IT nctiler price. If you Mitnt n KUHn nt lint prlju It mils m to Import litem, rail mi Ktidinlnj, Do cumber U, eaTD." iat3 RELIABLE MATCHMAKERS ft JtWELEM fc 107 W. CENTRAL AVEI f Our Personal Service in the f Clothes , I Themselves Not only in the reception I you get when you come 1 in, and the appointments and conveniences that are on every hand, but I 1 iH THE CLOTHES l THEMSELVES do you '' get this SERVICE from :: XAXL k WILSON FINE SKIETS S1.7S, S.50, 3 Mi 3.50. Newest creations in Naekwear direct from Niw YorkSOe, 7Sc, ?1, Sl.Si f te SS.SO. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY TILLED --aw- u Skene 315 t a. Everything REPUBLICAN WHIP 5E GOES TO CAPITAL John W. Dwight Passes Through Albuquerque En route to Washington for Susy Session of Congress. John W. invlKlit, Uopubllran whip or llio house in congress peut u abort time lifo lust night between train ctt route from southern California wncro lie upon! tliu early purl of tho winter, to Washington where on Monday a busy seauilou nt congress will open. A culnclilnt of Mr. Dwlghl'a brlat nlop hero was his ttiuotlng with Krank J. Wilson ot tho Western Meat Market, un old tlmu friend. Mr. Dwlglit urn) Mr. Wilson uttond til tho mniii choo tn Now lluvcn Just 32 years ago unil had not scon each other since. They spent n plcniunt half hour together recalling old limes and talking over condition In New" Mux I co In which Mr. Uwlght Ic great ly Interested. Tim Itepuhtlcan whip Mild that wuro It not for the tact that ho must bt In Washington furly next week, ho would remain In Now Mexico for a visit nnd meet morn of tho people hre. Ho has u number of trlenda In Now Mexico uut none uf thorn except Mr. Wilson know that he won coming through lust night. K. C. S'ndo. Jr., ot U Cruces, wnit n visitor In the city IiihI night he tweun trnlnv, on his wn.v homo after n trip to Sunta He ATTENTION ELK8I Tomorrow, Sunday, Dee. 3rd, Atbu. querquo Lodge No. 461, B. P. O. E., will hold IU annuel MEMORIAL SER VICES In honor of It departed broth ers. All member ol this lodge and visiting brothers will meet In the lodge room promptly at 2 o'clock to morrow afternoon whence they will march In a body to the services In the Elks' opera house. Full regalia of silk hat and frock coat will be worn whenever possible but every brother Is expected to at tend. Break Away PHOM THU OLD MHTHOD8 UKCHN THU NIJW VfiAIt WITH A Modem Loose Leaf System OP ACCOUNTING. CAM OW UBPHK8UNTATIVI! KOIl UHT1IBH INKOHMAT10N AND HUOUKHTIONH, III "MOPJ PMOKM Ml. DTJXI CITY CLEANER! Wt ( lMt, mm' mmi NsiMat, mm, turtMM, wnfit, M, tn if mi PIhhm U, Psaausidsjuui Omj jHaLa.- OU MONDAY ONLY mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Ladies' H'dkerchiefs Hand embroidered Handkerchiefs of good quality Special, Monday Only $1.00 Box of 3 wwwwWMwww WWW www WHERE QUALITY MEETS PRICE Crollott & Waters FUNKKAL MHBOTORS ANB mmxusmwiMir Aaeutent. Ill Wert Lm4 Thtm, NlftM ee Day, 8TB. Springer TRANSFER i COMPANY roil HXTItA WKLTj IIOTTHD MANtmU FOll LAWN8 ANT TIIIN'OB. LOCAL AND PERSONAL THU WIUTIlKlt. TohIkIh mill Kunilny nilrj not iniuli t'llnlIKO 111 l'llXTHt!IM Uobbor Co., Opticians. .I'lion 409. I'orri'Kt rnttlson or Illinium Is In Albutiueniun for u brief visit. T. J. Hcott, u .Sunta Ko offlolaj ut Iib Veitne. In n visitor hero tudny. A- A. l'ollock nnd M. L. Dorr of Hiuilu Ft- uro vUltorn In Albuquerque today nn bufliipnn nffnlru. It. O. Kullen of Itottwcu arrived on tho Culllornlu Limited today trum Santa Fe. (loVernitrilect W. C. McDoinild of t;urrUoo npont ycatcrilay In tho city, lenvliiK taut ulieht fur Huutu Ko. Duvld Oarrln. u well knomn rrtl dent of Sun Itafuel, Is a vlnltor here today on bunltu-ia uffnirs. There will be it regulur meeting or tho city i-oiincll Monday iniint, that bulni? the tlrst Monday In tho month. Mr. J. II. Habhltt and children are In the city today from llii'lr homo nt AlgOllOfH'Mv W. Dane, a woll known Haiitu Ke inectuinlcHl ilopartmi'iit official, In lu tho city today on railroad InmlncM. Men. Ii. I- Kviiiih of U'timlow In vls ltlnc' ln Albuiiueruuo for a few days. ; lui Itifi urrlvi d iimt niKiit. Kcllx Iliiun, n local utlornty. left thin morning fur Huntu Ko on IckiiI buKinoiM. 'i N. K. Hhurmiiu Is MpoiidlnK (hu day In Iirrnullllii on buxlni'M. havliiK left fur that point on No. 10 this morning. United Stuto Ik'imly Martiliiil W It. I'orbcn ruturned yoKtonUy Irotu 'Alaniosonlci, wheru ho had been on business. P. J. Matldo of Rnn Murclal, train iniiMtor for tho Santa Fe, arrived tn Alliiiquorquo this morning for n short visit. Dr. Itobert Bmart loft today on the California Muiilcil lor Bali Dlcgo. wlioru ho will nuiko Ms homo In tho future. W. J. I'ulals uml W. V. Hporry of Hilver City urruxii on tho'CaiuorMu Limited today from Smith Fe, on their ,vny hoiiie. A, J. Frank left thin morning for AlKodone Ui remain mime time. Mr Frank li Intorrated In a brlok com tnny tUrrt. . It. W. D. Itrvnn left tbht morning for Wins ow. Arlx.. where he will de liver the memorial address beforo the I;lks tomorrow, ut their annual mem lirlitl sorvlres. M, Weber hnd wife of 'Wlnsluw are here fur a day or two, Mr. Weber Is master mechanic uf the Albiuiur quo dlvlKlon, and has u nun, Charles Weber, ut tho UHlvemty. Word Iim fen received by local friends ttwt tke efHwiitlon of Mrs. Hoy lienodlet H rsMt Kieiinionii, Cal., who h4 iMMHt aerkmsly III, Is much IrihvcJ, Mrs. Henedlct win forniflr. ly .Dw (JattriMfl IlopplnR of thla city Max Paul Kemponich, a well 'kftowH HtercHsnt uf I'lriilui, returned this mofHlBc to hts home In the Va lencM euunty town, after spcndliiic jYwtHNHiy n 4ibuiufriue on buM t' Th Altitmueriiue Hnrlnl nmla io win meet lnl at a u'elock in the A. M. V., i bur' n lor thu election Wf officers for the nnuinn year. Kl Ar jr. II. liyim, preoldent, t, M, Mt, Box of 3 Genuine Mexican Hand Work Ideal present and easily mailed. You want to see our large assortment now on display. Strong's Book Store "YOUlt MDXHV HACK It' YOU WANT IT." i kecrotary. IjObnto Loiiu.nnd Alieloano a kiii bol, natives of Old Mexico, were Klvcn ten day or dollar sentences In pollci rourt this uiorHititt un churitcs ot va Rrnucy. Anuen Wlmion wan itlven a sontenco of 'r and coots or 10 days In ...I, m .1 .... , . . 1 jail iur iiKiuius. Miss .MttrKiierllo Schuster and her mothor, Mrs. Mux Schuster, left this niornliiK un the Callfornln Unitted tor Los Angeles to spend the winter- They have been visiting hero for some time, uoth are former resiuonts or Albu querque W. ft. Kwnn and J. I. Hlcele tutvo formed n nnrlRorshln, known nn tho Swan Heiiliy company, o' n-'ilch Mr. Hnn will bo the active member. Mr. -teel contliiulax his nrtlvltles hulldlnc, ulumblRK nnd ekctricnl n spector Tho couipRtiy has offices at 211 West Cold. There will' be a regular meeting; of O. K. Warren'osf No. 6, a. A. 11. nt A. o, r. v. hail aturla evenliiR, Deremiier Sd ut 7 o'clock All mem bers reuuentiM) to-be preient. VIsltliiR conirudon inOrtat. Annual election of otllccrs. 11 orders of M. Cutters, 1 C. ,J U i aldwell, ndjulnnt. ALBUQUERQUE MAN IS N STOCKTON Glenn Beam?, Well Remem bored in ilii City, Painful ly Hurt. Vty Gasoline Ex plosion. Word has been roculved n Albn quurqiie or tho . serious Injury In Stockton, cal et?OIn lloarrup, for merly 11 rtnidettt oi I hl city and son of tho former iireiltlont of tho Klo (irumlo Voole MIH. John Hearrun. Mr lleurrup, -who U for some tlmo past conducted eleilH bhi dyeing establish mnt n tt CaHfornla city, was bsdlv uunml ht n ga soli no explo sion whlc ) oeettrred at tils placo el business Bo,,Wmt was tho exp& sion that ho mm thrown for QUKe illstnnco tlirtHHsk tN doorway of tM building where K teok place, and tor u tlmo It wad mi liolloved thet 1m could recover turn W Injuries. Alter a few days In mm KMiiiial, however, Mr liearrun vm wenetinced out of danger, and J wmmy frlda In this city win be kni m learn no sue lalned no permiwewl f iiMKcHrlng In Jutles. h' Ho:h Mr Vmnw. big wire, who was Mteau ftwwe Neker of thle city, uro weM ieniriered tn Atbu querqite, and less mmy Irlends will regret to lo&nr lte lInfut accl- The Udlea' y ot the 1 .11 (Koran ch.li motilhly mm MM Ha rcfcuter w church next Wednesday wiwrnomer Kwfer will m (it. NJ ED ' Afcl ft MEMORIAL SERVICES OF ELKS WILL BE RELD TOMORROW Beautiful Exercises in Mem ory of Departed Members of Albuquerque Lodge No. 481 at Opera ouse. Tomorrow afternoon nt the Klfc opera house, tliu Albuquerque lodfto ot Klks, No, itll, wltl carry out ono of uio most oeatitirui customs of aay Iraturnlty, that of holding services to keen green In their memory their de parted brothers, The memorial ad. dress will bo delivered upon this oc casion by Archdeacon W. B. Worrcn of tho Bplscopal church. There will bo several suitable or chestra, eelectlons. vornl solos by Charles (.. Andrews, Mrs. B. L. Ilraii- ford nnd .Mrs, Vcrnlo OeorKo. There wni also bo n violin roio by liruno Dlccktnann. Tho services are In charge of a committee composed uf Dyron II. ives, Thomas F. Kulcher, Jr.. John U. McMnnua, iouis J. Uinjumln, John Leu Clarke. 11. O. Jaffa. Herbert As- selln, L. C. lletitiett and Hall Dun bar. Memorial Day with its attendant services In honor of the departed Klks is nn event to ho remembered by ail Klks, with Its Imnrcssivo exorcises. On this day, all Klks, good fellows mat thoy are, set ntide for a tlmo the jovlat good-fellowship nnd social Uhaso of their oruor. ami dlsnUiv the unuoriyintf nnu deep-seated reeling ot brotherhood of which they all nro com bcIouh but which In many cases tho public falls to recognlto. Hlnco the last Memorial serviced. several of tho local lodge have gne to join tho silent host, and these will bo mourned especially In the service tomorrow. Tho urogram Is the most einuornte, from n musical standpoint Hint the Klks have ever held. It Is ns follows: Ovcrture"8oiiH to Kvinluc Star" Wasner orchestra. Funorul March (Clka cnterlBgl... Ilcethovcn Orchestra. Violin 80I0 "Frnycr" .....Schubert Kruno K. Dtcckmann .Mgs. Mnbcl StovcrfS-lttmoo, Accom panist. Calling Iloll of Deceased (Irothcrs. "Nearer My Ood to hco" lly I)dxe und Audience. Solo "The Day Is Kniled" J. C. iiartiett Mrs. K. U Uradford. Henpoiues by OfRcora. Charge by Kxalted Killer. Slxii of Orlef by Lodge (standing). Opening Ode Tunc "Auld ltng Hyno' Kntiro uxiae am Audience Music by Orcnestr&. Oteut Kulcr ot tho Unlverso, All seolng and bunion, Look down upon and bletn our work And bo all glory Thine! Oh! hear our prayers for tho honored dead, Whllo bearlne tn our minds, Tho metnorlus graven on each heart KOr "Auid Lang yne." Invocation by Chaplain. Solo "Lot Us Have Peace" Mrs. Vernle (Jeorge. Addreiis Her. W. K. Warren Solo "Kyo Hnth Not 8cn" A. It. Oaul Mr. Chariea Androwa Closing by Kxalted Huler. Doxology (Lodge and Audience). Ilenodlctlon, "IVIesta Wnrch from Athalla".,.. Mendelssohn Orchestra. Tho audience Is renuostcd to recuiiu seated during thu retirement of the ledge aftor tho services. The following are tho members or Albuquerquo Iidgo No, 461 whose pas sage into the great uooud win ue mourned: Ferdinand Levi, Kdwln I). Harper. M. S. Otero, I. rreudenburg, CtMrles F. Mvors. A. W. CavanaugH. A. V. Te- ncr, A. D. Coleman, II. J. I'owell, Ueo. 11. Itecon, James McCorrlston, w, p.. lletts, W .1. Oepford. J. A. McClure, V K. Hlurses. VV. II. A very t. D. J. Abe). Thomas Htittbw. A. KeMUKinlch, .1 F Cook, Carl A. Ditllea, W. II. ChlMors. W. 0. Tight. .1. K. OeodlanH. or. J. V. Key. Charles O. Goodman, J. L. Klmnii J H. HtliiKK1. Isaac uer, ChtirleK P. Mmisard, T. H, llubbell James Khglehart. KISS OF JUDAS AT THE ORPHEUM The Kiss of Judas, a great Illbltcat story picture, will be nhuwn Munday iimtlnio and night. You have nil rend the Dlblo story of the betrayal. Coma nnd see It portrayed in life motion nlaturea at the beautiful Or- Pheuin theater tn connection with the classic program row prevailing, F. P. Woy, until a few days a3 manager of thu local electric Hat company, will leave tonight fef Tri. tdad, whero he will &ccet a better position with the same company which owns the local ptant. He will be succeeded In (he msnqflilB here by K. 0, Duller, who lorwerly iHn- 4K(1 Iho local plant. Mr. Woy IhhI jitet brekoti ground for a new hew when he received the offer la Trlnl ttal. anl Mid ttxtav that e regretted iireeUty leaving AltMHttterirHe, on sg- eeMHt i ki many inn nere as well M becAttw he want( t live nere. MORTUARY." Mrs. M. 6. Tat-ter. Word Mm h reeetved Iter et tke Oeeth In ii Awtetna ef Mrs. M. C, Taylor, mmr rett w A1b queffljtM). Urn. K5'r. w, Jo m( a (rMr tftfai nt tte CriieH( Ol! ef4SHwn.r.aW M mm. ti here. M M4 TWJiimlv-in vla. SIMON STERN CENTRAL AVJCNUE CLOTHIER Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. Imported and DoneMe ose. Seeleitf nf I.nem pre OHve OH. Wholesale niMi HttaU IWjwr. Agent tar Sua Antmtle Usee, Always Freeh. Prlee Wgei. OaH, rtmt at tmi tot haHetttx. Ttmm GOKSGLIOATEO LIQUOR & KES BEER COMPANY Offices Cor. First and Copper Everything ia Qarliiw. Write for IllustratHl Catalef X LEMP'S EIO BEER A SV1CI<Y PkoHlJ ' ?. 0. Bex 31S . W. H. HAHK Ym tlte Heet ih CXftRILLOS LUMP. GALLUP LUMP ftALLUp ma NEW COAL YARD The New State Coal Yard f CHAf. W. I We are now prepared to d X aers. we fuaraniee gooa, PROMPT DELIVERY S000 pounds tithe Tom 1 YARD-Fruit Avenue and PHONE 3 5 AZTEC FUEL GO. COAL AND WOOD Fhtat Ml Ifrtt Orawite KiraSm compahy aA at jinn fcli faftfaAttatjeJ et-t eTaW Pl 'PTIW awane WtaMkuala fUMik HbsSMBa' VSafti?!. laBladMtWJLei sMI T fTpafll MnVIVeVJV arTrWPfaj r Nil I pwfWTaB iBrwfl Try (hi 'Jftw ji, WtM te wMff leNt Ml r M. We TVTTTftTtff "TfTffTfTf fTV7TVTfTVVff KT EW IDEAS in 1 N elothes. Yeti'll find them here this fall in I this line of Hart Schaffner I 4c Marx nulla ami , "tcniiHlK. hoinn Dngllsh modota that wilt lli-use you men who uro par ticular iibnut style, and tip-to-datc-tirMi lu clothes. Tho UiirIIMi models nro a new dveIopmt'nl In making it sack aulti tho coat has tin padding: Jut shaped to the figure without building up or X lllllng out, except as thu x wearer tills It. We hevo many other good thing to show oui u tot new X wenvei nnd colors. Overcoats $18 and up, t suits fmi RHU sp. This store Is the home of X Hart Hcluttner A Marx f clothes. COMPAITT xAtei of AH KimU. A NTH I H AC IT K. ALL SIZ1M KINbLINO AND MILL WOOD BRICK AND PLA8T8RINO LIMH a ant a rn nmcic PH03TE SI. KUNZ, Prop. hHsintw awl solicit yoar or nftnascreeaeu coal. A. T. & S. F. Tracks. XOOM AND HOAMH $.e PKK WMHL XOXE 3AXRRY 111 Vawrlt VtM imm ewTivwB A A arv ainvvv A lfONM M. f Far okMtr milk awl Iwt- tr rViM pke MATTMRW 490. Si Fay Ir Civil Sertkc The HP tk werk eee M, n4 KNtetten rAeM hi the tf.'B. ovll itorvtee, if jm are AmeH mn men er wewM vk It yew f llttW (er My mtmi eeetMeo It you jmww tkt civN Ilarrlee Maaasl. tk. Te Item kew yK et tM.t Ify la ymr siwr tlwtv, wM fr ewr free Civil ienlee keeklet, M. CUf H Keffehead, reereeetatettse e U m urn, kmymytth wt, nu Trr a, KeraM Wat Ai. lTy .Will Bffke JUwik, v