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ALlUQtrXIQITX EVENING HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1011.
METHODISTS PLAN TO DELIVER MAIL BIG CHRISTMAS SERVICES SUNDAY AND ON CHRISTMAS i t:' i nltoulit Ik wlmlcnoino ami ilcllclow. Wo tinto miuit-riMM "guotllc" iu (cm lit JIIH tltll. MINCK VIVA, lYult Oaken, liebtlrs, Cuke Willi fnwy IHmk nml cw'rjtldiig n wuW tltdro tl HIM to II Mi OirlHllMfl friiHt. Dflllltl WfM ntttj parity combine lu uicryoiK) or our prtMKHis. rioxicnn iiakrhy iter KdiiiIi T'lmt W. ELKS' THEATER Christmas Matinee and Night, MiENRYaMARRIi PRESENTS 1 1 1 IJ author or!' pmciis Mm i net) r,uc, 7.v, ami Miftit 7.V. Lou, nml $t.5( Kent tu MnlMMi'H, MIKE-ROBES They're contagious! You'll want to take them with you, when you see them. And no doubt you will. The latest novelties of r the Season in fine bath wrobes! Heavy robes! Brilliant patterns In gray, brown, blue and red effects, with hoods or without. Lighter weigltt Turk ish crash robes! $3,00 to $5.00. Solid Comfort! lounging robes and smoking jackets of finest quality in exclusive pat terns. By the way have yon theagkt how nice these would' be for presents? He weald appreciate them. Chances are HE wouldn't buy one himself Ken's Mits are all wool. 0o are their ovt &mtt. , The winter aUekc are geing fait. M. MANDELL 1 Elaborate Program Announc ed by ead Avenue Church for Saturday and Sunday Service. , Tito First Methodist church will observe tli Christmas (lino Saturday and flundn) Tho chulr has been working for somo time to give their special anthWiH- and. wl"' tho nddl tlon of Dr.jV. K. Hcddlng ns bass nnd Mm. Oteo Collar Holtowny to those who regularly sing, tho an litems will bo well rendered. Tlio inurnlnR unilicati is n beautiful one entitled "(Jlory to Clod." by Dungan, nnd tlio nlto Io by Mr, llollowny. 'Tho lflrtlfduy of a King." by Ncld lliiKtr, fctlt bo well worth hearing. Tho choir will .render n splendid so leetlon In tho evening servlre, which service I given by tho Hunday school of this church, entitled "Culm on tho Listening Har" (Aahford). nnd Mrs, Hollowuy will sing nt thl hour nn other selection from NoldlitiKur, "Tho Cradle Stnnger." Tho pastor, Charles Oscar lleckinaii, will preach In tho mornlnR hour ot 11 on n theme In keeping with tho day, his RUbJect b.Ung 'Tho Hobo or Bethlehem's Mniigcr." T1n primary department of the Ktindny Rchool will lmvo their enter tnlninent, consisting of a Christum tree. songs, recitation, He, with presents from the teacher and treat from tho school at 3 o'clock Haturday nftcrnoon. The decorations for the main Reboot In tho auditorium of tho Rchool, will bo a tree nnd evergreens, etc. Tho decoration will bo done by 13, I. Johnson's class of boya and Mr. K. T. Weed' clan of lrl. It I expected tho Hunday school orchestra under tho leadership ot V V., Dearth will usslst In tho Hunday evening erlce nt 7:30. Tho treat from the school will bo given Sunday j evening nt tho ctoso of tlio program, only tho main Rchool will bo present ed with tho treat at this hour and only Sunday Rchool gift given. Program for evening service at 7,30 Hunday; Voluntary. Hymn, "Joy to tho World." 1'rayer by tho pastor. Addremi of welcowo from tho pri mary,, "I Wish You n Merry Cltrlst tiiC Oernldlno Sheppcrd. Homr. "My Hons: Hbnll llo of Jesus," Sirs. tJ. 'f. Caspar's class of Hpunlsh girls, students In the llnrwood In diMtrlnl Hchol for Cllrlf. .UiisponHVu reading, TOWruVV 'The Manger Htory,"' Mr. II. 1'. Mohn'a cIiikn. Holo, "Tho Mnnner Cradle" Ncld llniscr), Mrrf Cleo Uollur ltolloway. Addrew, of wolcomn from thu muln Rchool, Harry IiikIco. lloeltutlon, "Tito SotiK and tho Child.'' Oall Heckman. Hymn. "Tho Hlltnt NlBht." KxerelRO. "Tho OlftR of tho Kind." Mr. IV lliileomb'R elan. Homr. "flratltudo utid l'ralio," Mrs. H. I. Weed' claim. it.n.li.iilim. Mlliid Chavex. 8ol.. "Tito Old Htory." Orlando Hlwi. Modem In tho llnrwood echool fttr boy. It-, nation, llernlco Calkltm. t'lmrti. "neilemptlon'ti Hmry," by the wltonl, lloeltutlon, "My Wlh," Klola Moittoyu. ntlieni, "Rnlm on the I.UlenliiB Kar" (Adhford), choir. Itreilntlort, "Hunta mid the Mouac," l'lnri-nee Vork, "'litsInK cnrolj 'Tlio Cltrint la ll..rn," RCJtool. . Distribution of tho Inmt. litncdlctlun. A SIX YEAR OLD IS little Girl Traveling From El Paso to Denver for the Hol idays Passes Through Al buquerque Alone. Knntn Ko offlclatat and spectntor nt the depot wero much Ittterented thli nturnliiK In llttlo lUycar-old Amelia liiirr, who woh utuklnsr her way from Ki 'o to Denver. Uttle Mis Iiarr uirrkd her ow n tluket and tramtact- MAKING LONG TRIP ed U the nccHRary bURncM of her,''"'. TX'T 1 1 1 U, I,. n Kin ' , ,,, . v., sin 1 lion, iiu oii loiuu euuiiiBiaiMu r- In X PuHimm ntl!P'n ' lrncllrnlly every city ot Reveral hM wUln,Bn' U,u Un,i" mnl"t "T1,u ,r, i, Htave f the flally" 1h n proMuctlttn tbiH tnnrnltic I uftur Rliutldlltil T V, ,n i I,... ..I,, in tho mvo m uie uuiuiy in n proiiuciiiin ,;.,,1CV Tt lnCt ,r',, U,0rdlnarlly re..ulrl..R an Itoitr for pre- Amelia did not seem tho least mi, :;""'"; ;.:,:. l'5D.n,5 X" . fXt. llf " "1 neR It. in nil It rich perfection ..f - ....... . adnlnl Win litlf liurnliUA nr thu ftvpnl with her BrundparontB. Amelia carled u R.nall wtchol and huved herelf lit all renpecta llko a Iiohav Rctwoned truvelor. Tltla lu Iter nrt trip alone, rullman offlolnl looked after her whllo on tho train, nnd wltllo Itcro Depot Malr Sinclair w that Rhe wa not tnoleatvd and that ho sot on the right train. Lame book may come from over work, cold Kettled In tho mutclM ot tho back or from iou. in mo two row . in in. u ?SSv, L iTu fl,'nl court decision for- AHD8 'WBNT. '" blddl; tho transporting llnuor Into , rubbed 1B tawo tglily over tho af- (ho CQHfMt of ,ho o)( m)an Tcrrl feeted part, ths relief will be prompt lor. (s hnt , ryi tho rftllroM ami satlsfatsswy. Price :sc. JOo an4, ,, t.Xjir08g cotitpnnlcs of this city. 11.00 per tiottle. MA by All DrtMt- The storflRo depo. aro plied hbth tsts. with packngen marked glass, filled wllh liquid holiday rneor, but nono Kvcry family has ee4 of a eo!( of them aro hulnir dell vet ed. A tlo rellablo liniment, Var sprains, bruls-'cUloit of tho courts it awaited as to m, gwfencss of the musclea and rheu-'tho (Hm)Kltloti of this liquor, but It ins Ha Ffdns thero is nnnn bolter thH n0t como until nflor ChrlstMM CtMMH(Hrktt4t'. f?oM by ail Aks. hM tho cpgnna flonsnu, Postmaster K, W. Hopkins Announces That Carriers Will Cover Routes Once Each of These Says. Ilocotiso of tho extraordinarily heavy rush ot tnnll during tho present holldny smtsoti nnd becauso ClirUtiuns comes on Monday this year, thus making two days on which there would ordinarily bo no dollvery of mall, Postmaster It. W Hopkins has ordered ft delivery ot inntl on Sunday nnd ono on Monday. Carrier will covor their routes onco on each tiny. Tho proforenco will bo clven to let (org nnd Cltrlst.nns pnckntfOH, which nro rvKlstetetl, hut an effort to pot nil tlio mall out will bu ntnde. It Is hardly expected, however. that this will bo successful. Ocncrnl delivery nnd money order windows will bo open In tho pomot Deo SQVornl hours. Sunday nnd .Mon day mornings, tho oxnet 1 1 mo of odcii- Iiir nnd closing will be announced to morrow. HoKardlitcr tho nhroscntlon of tho Sunday working rule, Mr. Hopkins nam, "vo nro now nblo to work car riers and clerks on Sunday when tlio press of work requires It, without any chntiKO In rttlos, such as I sou Is ntt- nouncod from Washington. Tho do- parnncnt does not llko Sunday work, hut when thero Is so much .nail as to domntid It, wo can work thou. As n mntter of fact, wo work ovory Hun day hero nnyway. Tho carriers sort nnd routo thtilr mall thou and do pre liminary work for Monday, nnd tho cclrks perform their usttnl duties. Ot courso, thoy do not work nil day." NVESTIGA1N IS ON TODAY AT THE MAIN OFFIC Superintendent Summers and Master Mechanic Matti more Presiding at Iuquiry Into Cause of Wreck. Tho .Santa Ko official Investigation Into tho cniiso of tlio wreck Wednes day night at lulota Is bclnfi held hero today. Huperlnlendcnl P. K. Stim'tiiors cniuu up from Han Mnrclul Inst nlKltt to attend It. tho operator nt Islutn and tho oimltteer of No. Si I wero no tilled to n t tend mid are kIvIiik their Hta'.emonts. nnd MitRtcr Mechanic U A. Mnttetnoro was here nlrcaily. Wiint thu uutcoiuo will 1k la dottbtfut, but It Is snld to have win owed down to n tlcteritilnittlon of whethor thu blanio should rest on tho oixirntor for nn Improperly sot lRtinl or whether tho oiiKlneur canto Into tho stntlnn too fitsi, or hub careless In road Ins tho sliiitnl. A SLAVE OF THE ALLEYS" ATTRE PASTIME Nationally Famous Produc tion by the Jossclyns to be Feature of Hew Vaudeville Bill Tonight. That Krowlng host or patrotiit of the popular I'oxtlmo theater will bo Interested In Hie imnounremeiU that. bexlunltiK lonlHht, Mauauer Hhurmau will prexdnl, ac the vauilnvlllit feat uiv of hi proKrnm, tho nutlonully fa ttionii Jiiimtilyns In their magnificent Ihtrrproiutluit of "Tho Hluve of the Clnlleyx." The elnborafo upparntuit ncceKanry for tho proper prracutntloi) of thin Hplendldly dramiillo story ItOR been patented by tho Jnolyns lhemtlve, " ........ '"-' detail, In twenty minute. Tho new P ZZrl mZW eeoC "'Bt are ulno notably ciccellent. Henrtburn Is n itymplom of I n discs tlon. Take a doao of HKntllNK In such cases. Tho pnltt dlnapponrs In stantly. Tho bowcU eperato speedily and ou feel Mho, vigorous and cheer ful. Prlci) COc Hold by nil druggists. LAW TIE UP THEIR EQQNOQ. Chloknsha, Ok., Doc. 22.-VJiat to do . , , ..,.... rwc.vud i T t T t T ? T ? ? T t t t ? T t T t f ? ? t f TRAIN HERE Cars to Be Fitted With Pipes for Steam Heating, and Ar ranged to Receive Heavy Display for Trip Through State. The cars which ar; to bo used In the big Hiittta Vo domumitrntluii train whleh will begin a tour ot thu new state January 11. nro hero In Albu tuurUo now, ami nro being flttod with pipes for heating, nnd other nrrange mciitH for the display, "We will heat tho train 'ust u a puxeengor train Is heated," suld Hoc retary II. It. Honing of thu bureau of ImuilRrntlon tnls morning, who la tuk. itic tin active part In the preparation ir tho train, "except the flat car. Wo will not try In heat that. Thu entire train U right hero now, nnd tho curs i.ru ooltijr Itttod With shelving, etc., fur thu trip. "Uus'otlne lamps will bo provided fur lighting tin- entlro string of cars at night meetings, and Knsollno torchon will be prowded to furulitli tlio light nt outdoor meeting at night. Wher ever there i n night meeting tho train will bo amply lighted, u that tlio furmet can eo the different displays. "livery hero that tho train hna been scheduled to stop, tho chambers of commcrco and Commercial clubs huvo advertised tlio meeting among tue farmers uf their neighborhood, ami a good reception for tho train Is twsttnd. This demonstration I a mighty big thing, and people re wak ing up to the fact that It In going to do a r nt deal for the community " The demontrat!on train will carry dlspluys of everything raised in New Mexico, and a great many things whoRv culture tho sgrlculturl author Itic of tho Santa Fo and of the Ag ricultural college, which If In charge of the train, think can bo raised hero profitably. There will be a corps of lecturers with tho train, who will muk addres sea to tho farmers ot every section, tolling them of tha possibilities of their land, of their difficulties and how to overcome them, of tree or crop diseases, nnd of all tho best things scientific farming can offer. LIBRARY WILL MOT BE OPEN CHRISTMAS HhMh ItnoittM WHI llo CPwrt Huh lay AftcrutKin at 8 O'hK'k, h4 Will ltf.t)K-n Twmhiy MornlHjc. Tho ltnynolds Ptthllo library will close Hunday evening at o'clock and will remain rlosed over Chrlstmns, re. opening Tuesday morning nt tho usual hour T'lose who deslro books to read should get them Ksttirday, Thl nn HOttncemont was mad today by Miss Nell M. Welter, the librarian, The library clnes but a few days each year, nnd ChrlstrnM la ono ot them, EUIPMENT DEMONSTRATION THE OCCIDENTAL IIFE INSURANCE COM PANY is just closing what it considers the most satisfactory and profitable year in its existence, and takes pride in stating that it has been in busi ness for five years and has never contested a-claim or had a law suit during that time. It is the purpose of the Management to malce a strong campaign in its life insurance department for 1012 and we invite all life insurance agents and other bright men who are looking forward to improving their position in life to see us and be come acquainted with the terms and inducements that wc intend to offer next year before making any other connection. For full particulars sec or write J. H. 0'Rieliy Scorctary and General Manager, Albuquerque, New Mexico. ELABORATE PLANS FOR CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION lly far tho best yonr In 'Its ItiBlory l this Sunday school Is juflt closing. Olllcors anil teachers nt) srell us nil tho scholars lmvo boon sIiowJjik splen did Interest nil tho year, una utn en tlro enrollment now exceeds 150. As usual u delightful Chrlstmns aorvlcu will bo Riven by tho Sunday echool noxt Sunday evening ttt 7:30. All hnvo boon practicing for soniotlma and will again moot for rehearsal on Saturday uftcrnoon. Tho tit lo of the program is "Tho Angelic Chorus" nnd Is fur nished by tho board of education ot tho Lutheran church. An offering will bo taken during tho availing as a Christmas gin to this board for tho, great cniifio of education. Klnlxrato plans nro already on tho1 way for appropriate decorations for tho church and tho hearts of tho young pcoplo nro already full of happy thoughts ftlmiit tho coming event. A splondld treat la being prepared for tho entlro school nnd this Is tho onu timo of nil tho year whero hearty good oheor Is to abound. H vary body Is Invited to como nnd wo know nil tho parents will bring their children to this nhid meeting on Christmas uvo. Don't forgot tho I line, 7:30 Sunday owning, nt St Paul's HiirIIhIi Liith ornn church, corner West Sliver nnd Sixth street TO EXPERIENCE FOR DAY SENSATION OF BEING RICH IliiiiiorUt Will KiH'ttil SU.ooo on Kliort Trip to Nt'w Ytrlj Will Tnko In Town. Wllkesbnrro, Dec. S3. Delrlng for once to experience tho sensation of being rich. John J. McDcvltt. a humor. tt, who .'ecently made $2000 by with drawing ax Democratic candidate for county treasurer after being un expectedly nominated at the primar ies, today urratiged to engage u spn clal train to New York for one day's experience MoPevItt said: "Vou sec, I havo no particular rea son fur goln to Now York. Hut 1 feel that na It Is welt to tako trips to the metropolis. It Ic up to me tu get In tho swim. I will tako a speitul train from hero during tho holiday scanon. Tho train will havo threo coaches and n full equipment. It will go right on to New York, Tltfro I will have n taxlcab waiting. I will go to tho Waldorf-Astoria for litnelt and then tnko In ono of tho popular shows. Then I will return homo and feel tnnt 1 have dono my duty to the town, tno people and mysolf." HILTON REVISES POEM ; MAXES IT CLASSIC Col. A II. Hilton, poet lnureto ot New Mi'Xleo, ha taken from tho "Arl xonit Historian,'' a tew lines of poetry; changed the ruymo nnd meter slightly and finished by proponing as called for In the original lines, a tont to Colonel Katun Tho poem, enlliled, rfl'o tho Pioneer reviled by Colonel Hilton, whose homo Is in Han An tonkjt follows: ThGiirall of old nr wagon ronds, Anil whero lh park mule grunted, and humped nlong with soars and loads, yen will se( a llttlo stunted dome cyclone called aniowltUs. And jHHVlt the, gasoline, right whro tho pine knots used to ns and boll the army Wn, And where th schooner ued to stnek their ten mule team and cuss, You will ico n string of railroad earn and hear the engines fuss, Tito Concord coach Is a strango sight, on street cars now wo ride. No ntoro a portion asks for u sixty day leave, to go to tho sea side. They dam the Hlo grando and thu 'gViMrnirieftt wlll"i(oTiit"clia'rini)l It, mi that Judge Kelly, Comrades Meek, Ilinttwcll and Hmnrt can drink of It, and keep their glories still. Tho hauling of dry farmers in, to grow prlxo pigs and corn, on old Hyort'M form, on land wo ttned to call too poor to ralno tho devil on. Alas, the good old days uru gone, grand old-timers few, Hut us long as thero Is loft a cor poral's guard to drink thu Socorro Mountain dow, Kill up the gluasea to thu brim, stand up toust and greet hlin. Tha britvvst soldier, miner pioneer and scout, lioru is to you, Colonel Kuton. FOUR DEATH SENTENCES IN THE LAST 10 YEARS Cnpltat PuiiHiinriit aa Ilci-a .Mi-UnI HpniliiKly In Uio nmrtli District; Two Paltl lixtrviiic Pciialty, Ua Vegit, N. St., Dec. 22. In tho preparation of litformatluti requested by tloverr.or OtwcId Went of Oregon, William II. Htapp, clerk of the court for thu fourth Jtidlclul dUtrlct, has made tho discovery that tho suutenco of dentil litis been puiufd but four times In thin district 1,1 Past ten years. In Colfax county threo mur derers have been sontenerd to death and In Union county one capital pen alty hint boon Imposed, whllo thero have been 10 convictions tu murder cases thero havo in on no deatn sen tences imposed.' truring tho regime of DIMrlct Attor. noy Charles WfllO. Ward ho has so cured IS convictions for murdar In II cases tried. That tin re(i wero not such n to deniMt the death penalty Is considered afcrcdlt to tli- two coun ties, Sir. Ward's1 reran! certainly is ono of cltlclcncy. To of the four men sentenced to death were- bunged whllo tlio other two were given com muted sentences. Ourrnur West ask ed for tho Information in order to compile nutlonal statistic of crime- DEATH OF GIRL IS DESCRIBED BY WITNESS New York. Dec. 22 The prosocu. tlon In tho enao of Harris & lllanck. proprietors of tho Trlanglo Waist company, charged with manslaughter In connection with tho death of Mar garet tichwartz, one of tho 117 victims of tho fire In their factory, rested today. ICnto Altcrnitin, nn employe, tostlHcd today as to tho locked door on tho ninth floor and how sho snw Margaret tugirfug nt tho door In vain. "My find Iho door Is locked and ! am lost!" tho witness said sho heart) Margaret exclaim. "Tho lost 1 saw ot her sho was on her knees nnd her hair and dress woro burning," said tho witness, Tho defonso claims Iho koy was lit the door and that It could havo been easily opened, Blckly children need WHITR'fl CltRAM VHllMIKUaU, It not only destroys the worms, If Ihero be but It acts s a MrengthsnlRR tonic I the stomach snd bowels. Prlci. 250 per bottle, flota by All Druggists. I f i a A. a When you havo a cold get a bottle of Chsmberlain'n Cough Itemedy. It will soon fix you up oil right and wilt ward off any tendency toward pneumonia. This remedy contain no opium or otlier r.stcotlc and way bb given as confidently to a baby M to an adult Hold U alt dealers. FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER Artichokes Green Beans Wax Beans Cauliflower Green Peas Fancy Head Lettuce Celery Young Radishes Tomatoes Strawberries Persimmons Bananas r Oranges Tangerines Grapes Apples Cranberries Mince Meat Xmas Candies Nuts Fanoy Table Raisins Faoy Box Candies Holly Mistletoe Wreaths Bells A. J. MAUN Phones 172 and 178. 216 West Central Avon MALOVS .iJsU-. S .1 !(,.