Newspaper Page Text
II WAS ONLY A DREAM.
, WINSOK, M'CAY. ma WISH I WA4 ma K1D AHB Hip A D mlSSAK " THE SHOPJOF THE INDIAN MORSE CllXTltAIj AVIS. mtffl fflE WANT, A POSTAL AVINO ELEN Preparations Being Made for New Department; Believed Institution Will Be Liberal, ly Patronised. Itclem N. St., Dec. 11. Rolen 1 coon to have a poslut saving bunk, according to Instructions received nt An HUN 6 Ml I II I I I I T1 S- B IHBK fBT S-S-SMSS-ISSeSS-l BANK Ihu local offlco from pnstofflco head quarters In Washington some time ngvi. A number of offices In New Mexico have been designated by the postmaster general for the expert ment. which Ii being tried In many Ma I ok Unci which Ii meeting with suc cors almost everywhere that It has ,.. been Initialled. Preparation are new riirl)i'lntr tuu do t .tie Vel ofHee in Mk care of (hi now department, and soon Mi It In opened It l thought that thi'ro will be n goad patronage, owing to tlio naturo ol the. employ ment of many peruana In and around Helen. The depository hero should meet with as great success propor tionately at at any other place In the HDUlltWMt. The On nil no Heal, which when completed will be thi Interstate high leading from Polorndo through iu ni. urandu valky thrauith New, Moxico to Tt-xss, will undoubtedly be completed. A company of surveyors in now at work in tha southern por tion of Valencia county, lmvlg"re- cently completed the aiirvey that far from Hocorro. The movement hi meellnx with considerable enthwilaawi In thla quarter, aa the etAbllehmcnt of tlio road Is expected to tie much for tho further dbVelopment of tnt aectlun of the Itlu arande vall Hen lleckor. who has been attend lng Hchool at Highland lrh, III., la tit homo for tho holiday, Dr J, W. lienrdiloy waa a bual- I The Bank of Commerce Albuqirqut CpHl mi fortius $20$,mM FilthMiii 199 t ' I, Wt solicit th accounts af firms, corporation and tndtoidndls :: aWwaoK Ia, Iriiiisint W. MMMiMMiinefttim -fi-. eds4.iar' HCRE'i A Wt TIC ! sir! UM, Hi IS FLiRTlN ;-PCAcn!rf: rlWITH ME! Ht I 'iiiljg.I'Lj i ' I r- CLARKE'S CHRISTMAS PRESENT STORE ! OUR BIG SALE AD SEES MORE PEOPLE ne caller In I.oa Lunaa on TueaJay afternoon, Mr a. John Decker, Jr., and on John left Wednecday evening for a abort visit In Albuquerque. The Iadie' Aid aodoty of the Methodlat church of Helen held II hnnual Imiar and aupper In Com mercial hall on Monday evening, and In epltn of tho Inclemency of tho weather enjoyed a very good potron age. A largo number partook of tho excellent supper which was eerved, nnd many articles which the ladle had made during the year brought good prices. The hall was tastily decorated In tho holiday colore of green and crimson, the color scheme being carried out In tho booths. The booths conelsted of a fancy work booth, dolt and baby booth And can dy and flower booth. The ladles ro fillced a very satisfactory sum, which will bo turned Into repairs and Im provements on the church building. On Tuesdnv evening the Helen Commercial club gave Its annual hol iday dance, and the event waa very largely r Mended, The hall was dec orated In green and ted, and waa .very attractive. Tho rnuato was fur alfthed by CAratMugtrs orchestra if Atbuquerquo and nil who wero pres ent enjoyed a most pleasant evening, IPJ10UIE HOLDS CONFER- XKCE WITH E. S. RIPLEY ftantit I'n and outtt?m Pacific Prrwt 0HlH Hold iWt IHoiMifloii of Mat- twni Coimnon to Jitlt. - Swi Froticlsco, Calif., noc. 22.Tlio Hrtft con.erouco stnto Vflllla3 Spraulo nssHMued the offlco of iirealdMt of the Southern Pacific was hold today with PmMeiit H. P. Ripley of the Santa Ko at which pl for tho eowpletlon or tho Nortlicm Pacific nllrod were tfjecuiced ad tw swall railroads were forinaMy cxehaiiged. Tho conferettee wae held In tht win ter homo t iMy hi ItaaU Ilarbara. and waa an Important one for many rwwons, chiefly hecuwse It was the first opportunity the two railway chiefs ham Had of tmctteelnK Intereets common to both the Santa Fo and Houtliern PaclAc alnce Sprouts assuai- Nw Mxlo m I, itrkklf, Tto-frtiiiiit: - rff'' 11l a. X. iiifr fyt fim Y6S. I'M stf nlLQ In! KlSMT TIDES a AWAVl YW.WfrHT IUMCHeS f. WVt 10 WeRKl ANt Wbt, fCT ctl the preeldencr of ife Marrlman company. Tho two railroads which Rlnlny and Sproulo oxchanged are south of hero. Ono Id tho lino operatise; between Mo Javo nnd Xcedloit, and tho other runs from Hcnson, Ariz., to Oiwymas, Mex ico. Tho Mojare Hue wan owned by tlio Southern Pacific, but was Icnaod for a Iodu period of tlmo nlnoty-nlno years to tno old aimmih ftfta racinc. WTiun tho latter wont Into tho hands of a receiver and wae taken over by tho Santa Fe, the BMtt&.re aetiulred tho loaso of tho MoJve-Kedlea line, which Is of ran Iftipomsee to Its valley service. AUheuHk the Santa Ko hod n long lease on the property, nip ley was particularly anxious to obtain undisputed posseMlea of It. And eo wtien no looted about and found tht tho Southern 1'aclflo was anxious to obtain poestfwlon of the lieaWjn Ouay- niM branch the proposition to swap wu made and accepted. This was some tlaso ago, hut the formal ex- ottamte could not be mnde until vari ous bonds and bond holders had been looked after. Mtwh of lhi work Ml ot the lot of HerrlH, and thW was one of the tmiohs wHy hhi PHMesea yes terday at the conference 'botweeHt.he two railroad preoMente woe desired Tho Northwestern Pacific, now In process of eoastructiee. la owned Jointly by the Stanta Po ami gntithern ractsc nw uewre eowpieted will in voire Mk 'expeadkure of may nil- neas. Knw:i. mile in. lewth, al together, mil there lit still approxi mately lit mites to ho completed. The uncompleted por tlott of (he road Is tho most oxpeaetvc, also Including a 10C mllo np bstween BJilvcly nud Wllllts that has called for unusually carful cKlceriB werk. AlthotMch the road Is expected to be com Held in 1915, Sproulo and Illpley art) both desirous of seeing; it ia operation beforo that time. At yesterday's cosfereaco the rail toad chiefs discussed means of. expe diting the eeoatntetleH work and It is expected that the reeult of the con ference will materialise la the award Ing of sereral bter'eeatracts early In tuts, comraetors are now -werKiiHf from both Shlrety aa Willltd toward each other, hut work will he author lied from YVI1IK toward Itareka -with-In a fow month. Another lmnortaat torrfo nf dlseva- f'loa botweeH the railroad efclefa Md one in whtelt Herrls -raa eafieclally Interested was tin future pelley of the Southern PaeiHo und Saata re toward the State Hallway commtseton. Up to ten days ago both eeapaates had Hiibptltted to the rutlnaf of the com in I set on without, n murmur, but te board's whnloaAlo teductlons in com auxllty rates lHtweon San Pedro and uw Angeloa ramiltod in the soulhem FAOinc umii'Uilnc lo the UiiIUhI atea circuit court. It nan tho tlrut appeal taken (fotrf tho commission's rullasje. In vldw of tho fact tnut the coni mtselou, lit niino:iiiL'lnB tho tcducUoaJ, wttt so rar hi to say mat It had H:K very lealently with the Soutstera Pa cific the appeal caused ao lhtlo ac toalshment atWMsj the coiumlMlottera. White both the Santa Fo and Souttxm pactno, aecertfHtg to their efnceua, want to bow to' the' law. thev are net going to bow- to the coatmhtsloa a' weakly aa In the pact. Their ratraet In regard to (he eonimlseton swa'fea tual and both railroad win s4a4 Mefe to liack when neeeesaty. " 1M thts restard asiaer aid s sis m eeUi raUread took forward si a pc- aeelaloa, wale exbseeaftB aMar on ttt surface M futttr gum before on) cowiosiawoa, mwmr tfcws of iJaiKirtaaee leHowtssr tke ressdt of the ajfcl (o the federal Meuaal." MOTOfi CARi HAVTt Xmhi CHr. iss),. Bee. 22. Motor fsurs helosurisur tA Vsnluiu aa WML miy-mi: trst Terrace.; aast or. R. u ffaUoa, m Corbiu Terfaea, oetMded yesterday afternoon at a Mar row point la Use WeraaU road near MrtMU PMcdc, Ho e waa iaJarod. TWuijM SUHjMta mk uicu v' itaml . Med. With Mr. XeaUett were Mr. and jba. .. Jfauita. M, Charts Jtsi oseat ami mmUfim . ,fh mmm, w m v whmmc ta stewweas, Try a XoraU Wt fl Mliw'tAlfN A-, ft?-, TKTSosS) fStRt- I AM) -(WHERE IS- THG R-W-rr Mrii'rANb I AWirfM woNt ItT me! BUT I f didn't w -ton coohhh? tm ffwniel (gp IS STILL IN ONE DAY THAN YOU CAN SEE FIFTY FOUR HOURS CELEBRATING THE PASSING OF THE OLD YEAR Kinging Out the Past and in the New Will Be Given Par ticular Attention in City of Spokane, MEN'S CHlSlIAN ASSOCIATION PLAN II Spokane, Wash., Dec. 22. Fitly four houra" continuous celebration, bo. ginning at 8 o'clock? thii night ot De cember 30, Is planned by the Spokane Voung- Men's Christian association to ring out the old year and welcomo 1913 In no way. deurgo A. Forbes, general secretary ot the organisation, said today that arrangements are be lug made to entertain 76,004 men, women and children. Including mem bers of all the church socletlia In this city. "This Is an, open competition with the thtaters, restaurants, cafes and uther pulillo resurta," Mr. Forbvs said, la outlining tho plan, "and 1 think we can hold the crowds. Wo have en gaged several bands of music and live male and mixed quartets, und In ad dition there will be pianists rtild plhy et on other Instruments, Four floors of our building, Illuminated with-1,000 Incandescent globes and hundreds ot fancy lanterns, will be thrown open to the public," The association lias 2 00' boxes 6f prlxo winning fruit from tho fourth National Apple shew and'thhi will be made Into swout cider, In addition to which thu "drinking 111'' la to include chocolate, top, coffee, punch and lem onade, also alt kinds of paitty ahtt sAndwlches. Thvro will be programs ot gymnastic acts and an aquatic car nival throughout the eelcbratton per iod. The committee, la charge, hcadod by C. H. Weeks, alee premises plenty rt f nniut PreprUtora of tho principal hotoU and reetaurnntn are continuing Mielr! -iMr4sjvi' arraftawwents for the woet pteleiUloiw OHPMP FOR CASH A pcHut tjoast" celebration In tho hletory of tho clty.'er and pop cora mschlao. For fur Rvery orchestra and professional so- ther infer watloa apply to W. J,. Mains, lelat has been ongagud..aMd chatts aru: fHUlap, X, M. tt now being made of the dining rooms, whore tables may be encaged ln ad - vence. As the state and olty laws for-1 Md liquor selling on Sunday, the chief ceteorauon win iaae ptece tne even'm w. uver, :tp ln of December 29 and continue om Now Year's day. OLD POLKS PXX1D PI XTTlAMtAef 1T,AX 1 :r '- " arcoloy, Cok., Dee. 22.-Dectarlns ' ttmt her son was tee wtuifel to seek' a wife and that she wao IorsMhr for tho compaay of a. mijj.Ui.u. I Mrs. Jatui Paul. A Mumibw at iba Herman neighborhoed near isvaHS, went ceurtliiir for heir son; SM'so- lected tae buxom ll-yr-oM dauctt ttr of Jehn Kelts ae smmt sea's heM. The to young fetke were nesMtsd tha,t It would please their fiuei It Hie aMgVlago uus arrtiaaed al taettjrM iM prospecetve' )irle asesl ldfjrsswi were scarcely acqualaWd, nr were noi avrne io incir ne eMta pts. Orcnt 'prrWe s-w now Bjetag on for the mwrhna eefe Wietlem, which will dehe pieee ta Jaei ur. The families, weli-te-de fftHHta peeeie, havo decided to Mfrke the Wktsjatjkg festivities tae eafeet e( any asisjrBnricd out, In steiet aeordeiaee ' ed. world ousts, sMdjiriN ea Hie tW ivuik. TtA Jtrmri mla.-. jet Evans hest.Wen snsjsps te i.i. . ....la 't.i.. i VCSV wwi-jrr, , GOING PO SALE. TO SALE. A genulho buslnesa bargain. An apartment house; four apartments ot threo rooms each. Two ot these are furnished and renting for 115.00 each; The other two enn bo rcntrd, furnish ed, for $12.00. Alt modern nnd well located, with bath rooms, gas range and electric lights. This will py 10 per :tnt net on 15,000 Investment. Can bo bought for J3500. Part cash, balance s per cent, can run, or will consider trade for a smaller place. ixu iu&vt. $25.00 7-room modern. .Highlands. tSS.00 i-rooni, modern brick, 4th ward. I1S.00 4-room cottage. West Cen tral; good condition. JOHN M. MOpillJ ItllATrV CO. rillB INSUJWXCIw It ISA f ISKTATIi IiOAN8 AXI) Aim itACTS, 341 West JoW Ave. llmne 10. WAliTSn, WANTED Uarpct Cleaning. W. A, Guff, Sufi East Ccutrul. Phono 60S. WANTED Cleaning and pressing. Jim Bonner, the reliable cluuner, moved from 4th street to 40t W. Tljsras. l-l.-u WANTED Cltaa eottes rags, at the Herald eMtee. WANTED Agents. AGRNT8 everywhere can make money spare Hate, distributing post, eards advertlttBK eur eaewlug guw. No cua VojtslogH Uhera) u-rtus, yearly con tract. Weekly settlements. Send seven two-seat statape tor supply poet cards. ItMtrdcttefis and contract. Spearmint Compaay, 1777 1) roadway, Department i0, New York. lOOMf EOE KENT. FOll KENT Two nicety furnished rooms with slumping porch with prlrllece ot. cooklug. 612 8. Arno. P01 SALlMillaNMa8 i FOU ALE Olt T.ltADE 4 good smalt mules and twenty mures and I geldings. Urannls Hiding Hchool, ' 'OR BALK Kxtra. street-, extra long wagon Seleadld for delivery wag on or farm wagon. Inquire 107 E. Grand. Telephone 12.3 W. tf T&ft SALHStracted Hoaey, 9-lbk ."LkLVl t?$t w v At ' "?,J?iijl v J i t f taaaaewase, n. m. sin. .. - m. jim, n AUUU TXAQjULUr wwAwUwwwivww) ' MRS. RAaVPM Mi MWHBIttWWf, Teeeher at .Vtelta. tit W. Stiver Ave. JPlteae 171 0EEBIT COMPANIM r. o. ox 677. rm n AliH t'Q I ' KUQ I) E atKMta? CO. K. W. Weldlela, Meaatfer. MetvltaiM' PrnteeHull. 1 IfMkkMd St., AHhm td weekly recdrae. Individual OeHectlons. Ill SeuW veurta Afauauerque. N. M. HlrtOFODlST. J. H.' WOOD4K)N, Foot Spec latest, 4rWle9asWiiMitofls, tnurowlty- eatls athl ali iil Mssaeats. Phono 113. Is a. m, to. Tin. m. Ofilctf. 213 Tljoraa ON 1011 SALE. As.ssnssSessstses Here It Is A fine nVe-room modern bri'k, large sleeping porch, good location, A very deMrablo home. Price only $2050, nut nwmjuNCM P0RTE1JTELD CO. Sli WMt Gilti soTjiErroiTtwrr. FOX KJCN'T Two to flTtrreeai Masea laralefeM or usfuraMked. w. v, FaUelle, 114 W. Ceal. K FOR aENT Seventeen unfurnished roome ok seeoad floor ot Xertfer building. Steam heat and ether con venlunces, Ideal proposition for high class rooming house Apply J. Kor bor St Co. U TYPEWRITE. ALU KINDS, bath new and second hand, bautffet. sold, rented and re paired. AtbttejHcrQUe Typtwriter lex change. Pheae til. 204 West detd. FOR SALS Kemlagtoa typewriter; ood order, tit. 20t Wset Qetd avenue. " DENTISTS. llenlot Swgery, Rooms 2 and 3, Harnett Illdg, Over 0'nilly'anrug Store. , (Appointments mado by mall.) Phfrne 744. DRUGGISTS WIM.tAMS I)R04Jl"COMPANy. inline lTeaerlpttotM Our SXTlalty. i9 iv.., iCVuli "in,,. r.-.Adi 117 West Central.' NOTICE Of AXNUAIj siuiaiNa. Notice Is herebyetrcu that the hn nual meeting of tho loi khohters ot tha Hank ot Commerce of Aluuuuer que, N. M., will be held at its bank. Ins offlco on Monday, January 1, If 12, nt the hour' of 10-30 n. ni.. for tlio purpose of life 'ejection of direct ors for tho cnsulii year and for tho transaction ot such other business as may property come beforo tho meet ing. O. V. 8AFF011D, Cashier. For the tet' saddle horses m tha city atl peeae m. 3. W. U TfWMe, 113 North Second street. f OJmattt JssMlsBSSBXPstie! cms Special Bargains Every Day Until C HRJSTMAS WATCH THIS SPACES IN A MONTH PO SALE. FOR SALE lltQO lirssM tirlek antt flvn rosii frame, both on lot 60x141, Highlands, close la: i.se caM, eaiaBce I ir cent. 2R09 5-room brick, modtrn, good location. Highlands, clore Ifl. 12080 I-room brick, bath Mnctrtn lights, lot 7BxH2, shade; easy terms. IWrM 7-rooat, 2 story reetdeiiee, hardweed floor, oak Ralsh, turaaee. sjara'ge; easy terms. ' ' $1299 t-room frame. 63 feet let, eity water; North Eighth Street. M99 eash. J1.800 -room modern ungalew North 12th Street. JtBOU 7-room cement finish mod ern residence, hot water heat; larga lot, good outbuilding;" els In. MONKY TO LOAN rirUS lNSVICANCs. A. Fleischer Next to New PeeteaW PUmne tit. PXTSIOIANS. A. O. SHOUTI.E. M. 1. ITseUeo IJ hi I ted te TwbettmlesU. Office Hours. 9 te 11 a. m. Telephone 1177. Rooms, 32tH West Central, ever Walton'a Drug Btoro. SOLOMON K. HUHTON, M. 1). Ret4dee)ee 919 South Walter Street Phone 1020. OMtce 9, Barneit BUg.. Phune 1249W. W. X SXEJtlDAN, M. D. Practice TJlmlted to GEN1TO.UK1.YAKY IlISKASeM. Tho Wn'81'nusiiii ami tfetwettl TeW, Salvarsan "04" AdmlnhHered. State National 2tak ihitlelM. Albuquerque, New Mexico. OJiTlK PATHV.'" 1H. O. II. CONNHR. Uceeaetl to Practice OeHmaathy, Mi-tHelna wr Hwexmyst My BBeclttl werk la mriuvi ah run I a diseases. Officii In the new Stern hullillHa-. corner Fourth ami Central avenue. Telephone for appelatment .S or SANTA E TltfE TABLE. Effectlva NovemerJ2. 1911: WcstboUh'd ' ' "" Arrives. Depart. No. 1, Cat Ex.,,.. 7t20 p s;10p No. 2, Cul Llm 10:E5a lli2S No. 7, Mex & Cat Ex 10:10 p 11:08 p No, 9, Cat Fast Mall HiSO'p 12145a Eastbound No. 2, Tour Kg.,.. 3:55 p 4;20p No. 4, tmt...,,, 5:25 p 6:95 p No. . KwrtK.... 6:65 p 7:36 p No. 10, Overfand Ex 2:00 tt 2:15 a El Paso Trains No. 39, mk Ex... 12180 a) No. 915, St rue Ex StlOa) No. 110, X C A Chi i00 a NP. 9,1.6, K C Chi 6(29 p Iloswett, Clovbi and Afnarlllo No, 211, Pecof Kc, 7)15 Not 312, Alhtnj Ex.. tils p P. J. JONNfON, Aftat, NEAL TNKKKHAr fUlfiC We Imrrte the teeet thri1-'fVeM- JlftHJp JPeltt esvBaWjgeMlosffMi 9L -gesefJUesa gtatULaasaaegLsa aa W1' rTVW1 "JsV (TvPetW Netl Institute SM It I