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, ------ r i , . EES DEMONSTRATION TIN WILL BE IN ALBUQUERQUE ON JANUARY 13 sJhihhI be wlidomfl ami OcHciotM. Wo Itavn MHtterewi "geiKHen" to tempt you .tvlUi. ' M1XCKPIIC8. 1'rnft iffc, Jfetntai, Cnkrs with faney Icing nmt everything jiih cmiW desire lo wM l IIki ClirlwutMM feast. Italtitl bvw, jMnt pHHfjr ciimUiio in ovcryimo If (tWt-'UflHctM, ' PKRRK ItAKKRV IM7 BohHi Fir to. ILXS' THJSATRJt Christmas Matinee and Night. 'jHEJinyaHARRlS VUICNS Matinee B(c. 75t and 81.00 Night I. 75e. $1.00, nml Sl7a j Scats at Station's. MIKE -ROBES They're contagious! You'll want to take them with you, when you them. And no doubt you will. The latest novelties of th 'Season in fine bath rowel Heavy robest Brilliant patterns in' fray, brown, bine and red effects, with hoods or without. Lighter weight Turk ik crash robee! $1.00 to 16.00. felid Comfort! Ltnging rem and smjbkinfvjaeket ef finest quality in ejtelusive.pnt kras. ly the way have yen thtnght how nite tksee weyld be for preetnts? jfe weald appreciate thigm, 03Uuae are XX wettldn't buy ene himself Ibrn's suit are all wl. So ate their tvar- Tki u winter steaks are gafegfaet, p. MvjjANDELL i , i The New Mexico agricultural dem onstration (rain, now being fitted out tfor nn cxtenstva trip UtroiiKh tho Miitp, will arrive In AltiutirrUo on Hnturday, January 13, nt 7-.30 p. in., unit remain hero over Sunday, leaving for tho north on Monday nt 7 11. m.. According to tho schedule recently mndd public by tho rallruml coin pnny. Ah previously announced, tho train U to bo sent over, tho Bantu Fo linen In New Mexico for tho purpose of nsxlstlng farmers and for tho fd li eu (lb n or those who hro considering taking up or purchasing land In tho now state. The N'iw Mexico Agricul tural rnllcKo nnd experiment station will furnish tho majority of tho dem onstrators who are tu travel on tho train. Tho train will consist of slic cars, three carrylnic dairy and beef cattle, hogs, poultry and dairy equip incnt, with ncccwiary provisions (or exhibition purpose. A fourth car Will contain comillcto exhibit enulu- went far demonstrating agricultural work, soils nnd the treatment neces sary for tho production of successful crom. There will be a dozen or moro afcpsrts: with tho train. Knch nmn Hill be -a bureau of Information and visitors to the various car nro urged to ask Without hcsltatlqn any que Hon which occur to them regarding New Mexico land nnd products. Following l tho schcdulo which tho train will maintain throughout tho state! . A je. ' 'TliiMSf. Jan. II. JTuShH.h.jh1!. 8!00 ft" 9:00,' a Vndo 9:30 a 10:30 n Mc.llln l'ark 11:10 n 1:10 P I.11H Crucr 1:28 p 3:25 p Dona Ana 4:00 p 6:00 p Hatch 7100 n 8:00 p lYUlay, Jan. 13. V Arrive. Leave. Doming 9:00 a 12:00 111 Ulncoii . 3:00 p 3:00 p Han Marclal ' 7:00 P ...... KatHnUy, Jan. 13, Arrive. Leave. Ban Antonio ...... 8:00 u 0:1& n Bocorro 9:D0 a 11:30 a Alauilllu 13:00 ni 1:30 p ttablnal 3MB P 3:4S p Ilokn 4 ilS p 5:20 p I.cs Lunas ET45p :30 p Albuqucniue 7:30 p Monday, Jan. 1A. Arrive. Leave. Alanioda 8:00 a 9:00 a Ilernalllto 9:30 a 10:30 n Atgodonca 11:30 a 12:00 n 50 CIETY Maova l'c Elwt t)ft4T. The Ladles of the Maccnbof. Alamo hive 2(o. 1, met In buslnem and socla) ftfjyNftn Ifiat Tucfday nfterrloon and vJfKli'd to fotlowliiK alltcoa to rve tho lilvo during 1912. Lady commander, Jennie Qulor; lieutenant commander, Mr. ;. V. Kuni; record keeper, Mrs. Mlnnlo Uepford; chaplain, Mrs. Hall; finance auditor, Kato FUhcrj sargent, Mrs. Orundmnn; lady-at-arms, Mary Hhafer: plckett, Mrs, Ishcrwood. The nppolntlvo oltlcera wilt be named by tho new corps of officers after the In stullntlon ceremonies to take placu the ecotui meeting in January. A dctoc table luncheon concluded tho session. Mu-lo I tfixl WtHlucMday Mailt. At last thu long expected concert event is nt hand. Thu lltustrlou Qui. sepp Knbrlnl will favor Albmiurrnuc jnns v. Ilh tho oholco musical Intorpro itr.tlons that liav won for him world I wide fa mo. For this event u!on0 the holiday trstlvltlea of 1911 will llvo jhniK In the memories of Fabrlnl'x au dlotm. Tho fact that M4m Kayplludcs, I musical director of thtU; N. M. wan formerly 11 student In the conservatory I at Naples' where Fabrlnt taught has enabled her to bring about tho con cert engagement In Albuquerque. That the proceeds will nccruo to tho Unl- verslty Is another incentive- to draw Citizens to tho opera house en masse next Wcdnendny night. Herewith Isl given Fnbrlnl'a program: "Finale" from "Dlnorah". , .Meyerbeer riano numbers- ( Iiallade A flat., Chopin (b) Nocturne F aharp.,.,..,. Chopin (c) 1'oiuunlse A flat.... Chopin Signor nuUcppI Fabrlnl Three tmrt Ladlea' chorus: n) dong at lnwk"...Anlce Terhune (b) "Maldena' Wish" Chopin iJ. K. M. Choral Club, l'lann numbers: (a) Itomanto Hchumann (b) chrrxo ,. Martcuccl (0) Cumpcnella LtMt Bignor aulseppt Fabrlnl HeHaViy Jey FtM.' UoalUlnc thMfealrth Is or llearen'a making," tlwwwiibcra of tho (laid and llroadway church mean to enjoy a canon of heavenly mirth next Thurs day evening at tho church, Tho now commuulcnnt anil Mrs. B, c. Ilutlcr aro to bo tioaor kucsIh oh thla occas ion nnd every ftin-lovor In or In touch with tho coogreaallcnt le Invited to bo present. It is wntepored that the 4tcons wilt be requested to do fancy needlework. JuVtnlles Play tanta Otaus. "Tho gomtwt Chrhttmas" oi all their iutiR liven has been llveil by the llttto tuU of the vJCllabth , llarrlsou Klttdorgarten." illreeted by Mien Crj-s tlo Ayers. Tho Joy of alvlng. ha been experienced end baa, awakened bouy ant ofltliuslasm in the hr&ut of th hlHdergnrton wh Thursday tuornlnff vMted Rnd eewowed with CbrletHitM thee, Borne fifty children not of the klBderirarten, hut of their owa M Slid ambitions, Th eetntwity mada the start from the Wonwn'a elub In iilfMl ride, distributed the noodles and toys bouht with thek own Ihsjs, amentd wHk ewfectleiM rr lhghlfHl ride, distributed the goodie the parental fttnds. The fIUwlHEki iuiw ,,f ttuuw vuuuj, luiu. mMrn4 it CHtWwm cAtertalnment MhI tre WM HrovMatt for tku uara&t '" t chlWrea and In seiwi, UrlWs ami 0:00 p Leave. 10:00 r 11:30 11 1:30 p 4:00 p Leave. 10:115 u 1:00 p Leave, 9:30 n lOtno 13:30 9:30 Leave. 10:30 a l:.io p 3:15 p 5:45 P Leave. 9:00 a 10:40 a 13:40 p 3:15 p 4:45 p Leave. 9:00 a 10:60 13:20 1:50 3:30 6:00 Lchvo. 10:15 a 13:00 m 3:30 p 3:45 p 6:30 p Lcavo. 9:00 a 10:00 11:15 13:60 3:40 6:00 6:15 Lcavo. 9:00 a 10:30 a Malaga 9:30 a Kamett tho pupils expressed their Christmas happiness. The treo was laden with gilts for the parents, most of them being tbo handiwork of tho pupils over -which thoy had Indus, trloiisly labored for" three or four weeks. Parlor Recital. Another or tho musical treats of Inst week was the plana recital Thursday evening at tho home of tho teacher, Miss Lousle Nichols, Many friends and pnrcuts of the pupils were pres ent and enjoyed an edifying program, pleasingly rendered by amateur and seml-proroeslonal planlstes. Tho or der of the entertainment wns: A Wee Story Orth Vera Selway, In tho Swing , Thompson Francis Korguison Boycr No. ft Adelfno Clifford Under the Trees ' ..Harding Uossle Cox. Swing Sony Orth Theima Sawyer Ueyer No. Si and 88 Rtflla Cnnlanii Allegro from tfouatina In C ICnckhousen Allee Uerndon. Good NlgSt Cramai Lillian Hammond Around tho Mayiwle Donneo ueurah Ilownmn Cradle Song Heller Pauline Uhuelder Gipsy Sons nolnhold Juliet Fleischer 8eg of the Reepor, Tho Wild Hlder ., Schumann Wlnlfrd Williams Santa Ctaus Is Coming Hitler Fay Soaring. Tho Secrot Fontnlno Mildred Thorp. Ilen Jour Hits "Dorothy Cox Love Smg , Nevln Mrs. 8. U. Mtllor SptnnlHg Wheel Schmoll Kleanor Hyde Narcissus Nevln Mr. Miso Butterfly Lavalee Dorothy Drown Jueclory .. Oedsrd Rose Maheram Klmtsrtarten CtdWren atisy. Tho bttsy bees ot Mies Philhrlek's two kinderfHtrtemt combined tho Highland and lowland chUMea Frldav wwimltHc In tho chws reotvt e South Fourth street. In lieu of k Christmas tree, the teacher IniulMd tho chll ken with Chrletmas steriee, Miss Mc Xamara ii!aye4. the Diana for tho VtttHwes and drlWs ax the handiwork M the tots that has been accumulated the t weeks was jrtven to them to take homo to their parents for Christmas H-sta. That even tho ls4 ot Umnm Is Imbued with the Hrlt o islvkft the beet to tho needy wis (SMHsr44Ht by ofe of tho Jtive Riles, nhe em running home, prottd ly dlaelaylns; a tiny chair about two laches hhsh eleverlv made of natw. ftoUrhmpiy." said tho fond mother, t'a slv that to auntie for Christ "Ne." reeled the bulMer r Lkasmt -rumttura. "It's too nice, wtv-KSi? to iHtrprlso tho inwr nrlth It L ,04, to lvo it to some p 1 I itAor thin wroe a conadentlal letter to m.... ..lu i.tu 1. uiu ralMbftak an atelie " came the fianta Fe ..... ... 4:00 p Tftlay, Jan, 16, . Arrive, Wntcou StttO a Hhoctnakar . ...... 10:30 a Tipton . ......... ,lj;00tn JVVnKou Mound .... 3:10 p Sprlnajer . , 7:00 p VldnNtay, Jhh. 17, Arrive. Trench n't 30 a Maxwell, . ., 11:1S a ltaton . 3:30 p TlHirwlfly, JaJt. 1H. Arrive. Cotmor . 8:30 a Nolan 1. .......... 0:S0 a Levy i. 11:30 a Laa VViaa 4:00 P , Hat unlay, Jan, 94). Arrive. Mountabiatr . ..... 8:30 a Wlllnrd 11:30 a Lucy 1MB p lincltio 4:15 p Vauifhn 7:00 p Monday, Jan, 341. Arrive. nuchanan 8:00 a Ycco 1 9:40 a ltlcnrdo . 11:40 a I'ort Sumner ...... l:l& p Im Iriindu ........ 3:46 p Tulbuu 5:25 p Tucaday, Jmi. 3d. Arrive Tolar 8:00 u Ciintara 9:&0 a Atelmsci 11:30 a St, Vrnln is:S0 p Hlacktower . , 2:30 p Texlco 4:30 p Clovla 7:00 p Wwlncwlay, Jan. 31. Arrive. llirtalca atoo a Delphox . .........11:011 a Hilda 12:80 p Kennit 3:10 p niklrm 4:45 p Itoswoll . ........ 7:00 p Tliurwtay, Jam 23, Arrive. Dexter 8:00 a Greenfield . ...... 0:16 a Maserman . 10:30 a Lnkn Arthur 11:50 a Artesla , 1:40 p Dayton Silo p Lnkewood . , 4:30 p Carlsbad 7:00 p Friday, Jan. 341. Arrive. Ixivlnc . ......... 8:00 a 4 I cblmnoy to her house Is awful wide." Ilojal Neighbor' Dance. The third ot a rle of dances given during tho season by tho Itoyat Neigh, bora of Amerlea will tako place In 1. O. O. F. hall Thursday uvcnlng, December 28, During tho Intermis sions refreshments wilt be served, Woman's Club Reception. The honored custom of keeping open bouse on New Year's day will bo ob served by the Woman's club January first and a glad welcome .will bo ac corded to every one in tbo city who will partako ot tho club hospitality. t'Strangeru within the gates" are par ticularly invited to attend this recep tion nnd bo greeted, entertained and refreshed. A musical program, is to be tho chief feature of tho entertain meat that will be In charge of Mrs. Htmoe and Mrs. Harden. Mrs. Cams chairman of tho social committee, Is ta arrange for the New Year's refresh meat menu, and the decorations for (bid event are In tho bands of Mrs. Harry Strong and a corps of assist ants. NOTED SUHGIOK SUBMITS TO KNIFE Dr. Cliartai Horaea Mayo Operated oh for Append let He, IHowliig Sudden Atlnrlc of Disease. New York, Doc fc5. Thero is a touch of tho grimmest sort of hume. In tho fact that, tlmugh ho hod often operated upon others for appondl cllln. Dr. Chnrlea Horace Mayo has had to submit to a tdmltar operation himself. Dr. Mayo, who ivlth his brother, William James Mayo,, has attained a fame in surgery which has WrKMd from their hospital In the little town of llocheeter, Minn., until it has reached every part of the world, was suddenly stricken with Big Live Stock Auction Sale Thursday, December 88, 1911, ot 1:30 p, in., t the Orannle Riding tichuol, opposlto the 8tamm Fruit Company's store. Silver avenue, be tween First and Second street, I will sell at pnblli auctien twenty hcai of good, broken horses, mare and mutea. Tho animals will positively go to the highest hlddor for, cash. They he Hunt H parties who have shlppod them here and must dlseees ef them. In spect Wednesday before sale. Scott Knight JsjwsBBBBJBSBi THE OCOIBXMTAL IIF22 INSUKAX0E G0X PAXY is jnst clearing what it considers the most satisfactory and profitable year in its existence; and takes pride in statins; that it has been in busl neee for five years and has never contested a claim er had a law suit during' that time. It is the purpose ef the Management to make a strong oampaign in its life insurance department for 1912 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 we intend to offer next year before making any other connection. Por full particulars see or write J. H. OHielly, Seoretary and' General Manager, Albuquerque, Jfew Mexioo. , appendicitis while on a visit to this city yesterday. Ha was operated on last night by Dr. Joseph A. Blake at tho Presbyterian liuspltnl. According to a statement issued at tho hospital lato tonight tho opera tion was successful and Dr. Mayo's condition was reported to bo satis factory. The attack- of 'appendicitis In DK Mayo's case was unusually sudden and acute. Ho had come to New York, returning to Minnesota from Washington, where ho had been at tending last week's meeting of the Southern Surgical association. Mrs. Mayo was with her husband, and was at the hospital when the operation was performed. It was apparent from tho time the first symptoms were noticed that it would be necessary to operate und to operate as soon as possible. Dr. Charles Mayo Is the younger of tho two Mayo brothers hy four yearn. Tho elder. Dr. William Mayo, Is 60 years old. Their fame has come early In life, and has issued from an otherwlso inconspicuous farming vil lage in a flat, unattractive part ot Minnesota. This village now has within Us boundaries tho greatest surgical hospital In tho world. STANDARD OIL GIVES TO TELEGRAPH LINES Cleveland, O., Dec. 2C Tho dream of Imitpondont telophono companies p a uay own a long uieiunco cor .w.utlon which would bo able to com pete with the Dell companies Is gone forever, with tho relinquishment by tiiu standard Oil company of Its tel ephone and telegraph lino system. Carrying out the dissolution order of the United Statea supreme court. the Standard Oil company ot New Jency, through Its Ohio ottlces, Is bus Hy engaged In solving tho problem ot disposing of lie vast tolegraph sys tem, In breaking up this system, which had terminals In New York. Ftttsburg, Chicago, Ban Francisco and oil oentorH, dream of a gigantic tolo Phono system Is ended. Two years ago a report originated in tho 1'onn sylvunla oil fields that, by cooperat ing with the Standard Oil company, the Independent telephono companies expected to successfully compete with the Hell system In long-distance traf fic. It was then the plan to use the Standard's telegraph lines for tho son Ice. Now, however, with the Standard planning to sever nil telegraphic con nection botweon Its subsidiaries and the parent company, such an arrange. ment Is Impossible. Tho Standard's terminal oftlces In Chicago, Pittsburg and other cities will be abolished December 31. In stead of using Its own lines, tho Stand ard will uxn commercial wires for Its Interstate business. Each subsidiary company may retain the private, lines within Its own territory, but no branoh company will bo permitted to use or connect with tho lines of another. The quicker a cotd Is gotten rid ot the leas the danger from pneumonia anst other serious diseases. Mr, B. W, U Hail of Waverly. Va., says: "1 firmly believe Chamberlain's CouirR Xemady to be absolutely the beet praafthn on the market for eetds. I have recommended It to my frleaHi tm they alt agree with me." Ker sals by all dealers. Try Merald Want Ads They Bring Remits. ANOTHER NECKLACE FOR NEW YORKER t n 4 Third Half-Million Dollar Pearl String Is Purchased as Gift for Bride of Colonel Astor. New York. N. Y.. Virllv. Hi rlDn of pearls Is coming. A third half million dollar airing of them Is to bo left In the sloe well, in the proper repository of Mrs. John Jacob As tor, tho formor two goln. to ladles high In the social whirl. New York Jowelers havo searched ine 0111 wona ror theio porrectly grad. uatod pearls that aro now In the pos session of three prominent young so ciety matrons Mm. Astor, Mrs. Frank aould and Mrs. K. II. aary although one gift, that to Mrs. Oary, in denied. And It now seems highly probable that tho rarest collections of pearls In tho entire world may be soon worn In New York. Tho beautiful bride of Colonel Astor first displayed this wonderful necklace When aha nnncarfrrf tutilifn n wt at tho opera. Worn with the famoiM collection or 1110 Astor romlly Jewels In their fascinating untlqun settings, this modern 1 necklace appeared prom. Incnt In Its contrast, Frlcndjg eagerly questioned tho girl wlfo or Mr. Astor about thl latest acquisition to tho famous collection, hut she naively avoided any statement of Its value. Today, from on Intimate friend, It wa learned that the price was fixed at u trlflo over 3600,000 by a Fifth nvenuo Jeweler who knew tha gems, If, Indeed, ha did not assemble them and urrnrmn the ulc. Mrs. Marshall Ormo Wilson, for merly nn Caroline Astor, In said to have discovered this beautiful nock lace for her brother, the colonel. Sho was entranced by the attractive collect, tton nnd at once communclatod with Mr. Astor, who she knew was search ing for Just such a gift for his young bride. It in said that Mrs. Wilson escorted Colonel Astor to tho Jeweler's upon a trill Of Insoectlon. nml thul. mnflrm. Ing her Judgment, he bought the gema n ma spot. Tho store Is In upper Fifth avenue and the pearls havo been eagerly In spected by another prominent society matron of the older set, who hod ex pressed a tonglns to add them to her collection. Ilut as she neglected to rxerctsu an option on the necklace, It fell Into tho possession of tho Astors to form a prominent featuro of the collection of heirlooms that Mr, Astor owns. Mrs. Astor'fl pearls, acknowledged in tho same week .that two other nnta. bit tlf.eklAf(.M h4'knn .Atin.tA.I ..(,.. chased for American millionaires' wives intimates a liattlo of pearls In the "400." Judge Oary, head of the steel trust, wlthlll till, l.l.l tnur lnv was reputed to have paid 3500.000 for a necklace of pearls to he given his wlfo for a Christmas present; but when It was mention,! Uv Trills tl. Mramlnla n u cause for social unrest, the steel mngnaie uenicciv tne'gin. Within twenty-four hours of that denial it was untimineeil Hint VrniaV nouid had presented to his show.glrlj wife formerly Kdlth Kelly a rope of pearls also valued at half a million dollars. Now there Is wonder and eager 'an ticipation In society to lecrn what wedding Jewelry Alfred VandorMIt has presented to his famous brMe, the former Mrs. Smith Hollls Mo Kim. Will Mrs. Vandcrnllt return to stait' 11 'new fad In ;ems or -wilt aho appear adorned with a more startling and almost priceless collection of pearls, Is the wondorlng query. FATHER WANTED THING DONE RISHT "You may say what you ptoaso aboVt the wild and -woolly southwest," saht a traveling man, "but I know sotmo of the people there have Ideas nhout tho usages in society, t was at n ho tel table in Texas, not long; ago, whbre most of the guests wore of tho rough, drinking type. An old fellow and his son were sitting together, and all at ;onee aomeuody caned tne eon a tar. rauii unn i nuun no ;usi urnuucu 111s table knife and started for his detrac tor. Well, air, In less than a minute his father grabbed him by tho collar and forced him back Into his chair. '"Ain't you (tot no tnannersr ho hissed Into the ear of tha angry youth. 'What have I taught yo - '"He called me a liar!' liowleiCUio boy, brandishing; his weapon. " 'S'pos'n he Old, sonny T' went on tho father. 'Ain't you got no tablu manners Put down'that there knltu an' use yer fork!' "They know how to teaelt children etlquetto in tho southwest and dont you forget it." Cleveland Plalu Dealer, aTAHHII CANNOT BR (WitHI! With LOCAk APPLICATIONS, hs they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh Is ft blood or con stitutional disease, and In order; to euro It you must take Internal rem edies. Halt's Catarrh Cure Ic iak.en Internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces. I tali's Catarrh Curo is not a quack medi cine. It was prescribed by on ot tho best physicians In this country for years and Is a regular prescrip tion. It Is composed of tho best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on tlm mucous surfaces. Tho perfect com bination of the two Ingredients Is what produces such wonderful rcsuJts In curing catarrh. Send for testi monials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. Bold by druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills lor con stipation. For the best s44le horses Is tho clUy eall phone No. 3, Y It. TrttaMo, 113 North seeoftd Street. The salaries naldihr Uncle Sam to Civil Service em pJn? ea.ua1 and exceed thoso paid In any branch t private commercial Mfe. Thouaanda ot e,p petntmsnta are mde annually, Qualify at home to pass any Civil ftervioo Kxsminstlon. Write today for frea Civil Service Rook, JhImtii a t loiiftl CJ&WMsjj prmwrni eg (rtTRrnn Or writs sHils EaT iiialntaas iH JWt .sTOvBnarnsnisjl New Messe. ' UNCLE SAM PAYS WELL