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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1905.
GRAND JURY REPORT
ALI1UQUEKQUE EVENING. &T1ZEN.
Advocates "Lid On" at Gal
lup and Many Other
ELECTION LAWS TO BE ENFORCED
l.wi covering tn Issuance of script J
na coercion 01 employes, lor tne rea
son that no evidence thereof baa been
presented to our bod v.
(Signed) C.US MULHOLLAND,
(Continued from page 2.)
and other charitable societies, asso
ciations, institutions and accncles. and
securing their co-operation In the work
nn! ol jncu of this association.
5 Thp Audltlnd Committee shall
Territory of New Mexico, County of . ?"'"tTtho amn,nl9 ,of Secretary
Bernalillo ss- I 8 "J Trs'"-er yearly., or at any time
Uciuamio, ss. . n required by the board ol I-
To the Hon. Ira A. Abbott. .Tudee of, rector8 ai)(1 gunJ arr.onts at
BIG DOINGS IN
Gun Toter Cot Sixty Days.
More Victims of Monday
PUSH PAVED STREETS
IMMINENT NEED SHOULD ASSIST
MOVEMENT STARTED BY RESI
DENTS OF NORTH SECOND AND
Court of McKinley'
Sir We. the grand jurors of Mc
Kinley county, empanelled at the No
vember term, 10O5, bog leave to sub
mit this, our final report:
We have been In session for less
than three days, during which time
I each meeting.
I Sec. 3. Each committee shall r eti
, late Its own business ami report from
line to time to the Hoard of ll
I AltTICI R VI.
' There shall be a centra! office, or
headquarters of the Association,
we nave had tinder investigation rour - unit-mi uuamras oi me ab-
sDeclfic cases and a number of other seia: ion shall be transacted, and
matters, which did not take the form '"here records shall be kept of all, Bai(1 wag lnailt,
of definite charges against any one. oi akh'ii ion.
We have examined twenty-four wit
nesses, the evidence of many of whom
The paving of the streets wus never
more imminent in Albii(iueriiie than
now, since the rain which lias fallen
the past t wenty-four hours almost
ecus; iiit'v nii.i ft is n LTiifnl ilmu f,t
I MISTOOK WINDOW STICK FOR LILLY ' ; "' "' rv-i w
; to work. The residents of North See-
, ' I 'nd and North Fourth streets have al
A .second detachment ol l!i tight-,
rs who attended the dance held at
Jones' hall on Monday night in cele-1
bra; inn of a wedding, were up before.
Judge Crawford aL the morning ses
sion (f police court, Miguel ( naves
: ;Z 4 SEfJSATIOHAL SALE
PLAN OF WORK.
was nulla lenethv. We have been
able to present to the court only one. The Central Registration
Indictment, and In the other cases. In 1 There shall be a system of re
which th evidence was not. anfflclont . Istrat Ion. for recording at n centra!
to lustlfv Indictments, we have maoo "nice. Information In regard to all
nn nresentments to the court, because persons aided, and the assistance
the persons Investigated were neither lven a'l public and private charl
In custody nor under bond. In such,t,cs. and, as far as possible, by indl
caseg It wouUl seem unjust to put , virtual.
upon the record of the court anything: 2 The Information thus obtained
which would show that a nerson had 1 Khall be communicated to other per-
been accused or even suspected of a ons. b"t only for the benefit of the
rrlme persons registered, and to aid In de-
Some complaint has been made be- tectlng the undeserving,
fore us of violations of section 2355! 3 The record thus obtained shall
of the CdMpiled Laws of 1897. which jbe nial and kept b- the Secretary,
makes It a criminal offense for any. its contents shall be seen only In
corporation, firm or individual en-! hl nia clerks, except as provided
gaged in operating mines or In general or "Kl'T the Constitution or By
mercantlle business, to Issue in pay-.'-aws-
ment of wages or of advance on) P'an of Registration.
wages, anv script or other paper pay-: 1 Registration forms shall be dis
able otherwise than at it face value trlbuted semiannually to Individuals
In money, and also as to violations and monthly to charities, the more
of section 2356. which makes It an of-.nctive charities being constantly sup
fense for any employer to compel his plied with these forms and urged to
employes to purchase goods or sup- report daily.
plies from any particular person, firm! 2 These forms shall be collected
or company. ns soon thereafter s.s possible, after
We are of the opinion that these being left, and shall be immediately
statutes, like all others on the statute
lawk, ought to be respected and en
forced, but in the limited time at our
disposal, we are unable to make a sat
isfactory Investigation on which to
base Indictments at this time, but we
recommend to the district attorney
that he make efforts to collect evi
dence before the next term of the
court as to such offenses, so as to
lay it before the grand jury when it
meets and give opportunity for proper
and effective action.
The Instructions of the court call
ed our Intention particularly to what
Is known as the Sunday Law, and we
taken to the central office,
Caaea of Worthy Relief.
The Association shall, as far as
i possible, classify all cases as they
1 Orphans with no parents, or only
one parent, unable to support them.
2 Aged persons who are unable to
3 Incurable sick, crippled or de
1 Temporary illness or accident,
where relief may carry a family over
have to report that it is forced upon I ere niav carry a yr
our attention as a matter of general f ,nard tlme; Prevent their falling
juiu ijauiicri lam.
Cases Needing Work.
public notoriety, that this law Is ha-
bitually and openly violated in this
county, and especially in the towu
The most flagrant and offensive vio
lations of the law have been by re-
tall liauor dealers, but we regret to
1 Persons out of work, but able
and willing. If It can be found.
2 Persons with insufficient work,
able and willing to do more.
3 Widows with young children.
say that this deregard has not been ready to do any kind of work con
confined to this Class or people. mmcm wiui mum; cares.
We have not considered it wise, or 4 The ehiltless, who are disposed
perhaps quite fair, at the present to shirk work, but who may be In
time to find indictments against the duced by patle'nt persuasion and Influ-
offenders. For years no attempt has ce tr visitor to become industrious;
been made to punish or restrain them,! the improvident, who may be taught
until they have come to believe that thrift and foresight by the same
the law is a dead letter. We feel that j means; and the intemperate, who
while they may not be entitled to it re not yet hopelessly so, and may be
as a matter of legal right, yet Iney j reformed by earnest and devoted en
ought, before being prosecuted and t deavor, and a hope of work contln-
punlshed, to have some warning, such gem on gooa ,conauci
as we now seek to Rive them.
Moreover, we believe that the law
can be practically enforced without
resorting to wholesale prosecutions
In the district court, and the conse
quent imprisonment in the county
jan. If the sheriff of the county and
his deputies, including the town mar-o work, and who Bteadily refuse
skai or uanup ana nis policemen, when offered.
cause it to be understood that any 4 The Improvident, who squander
person discovered violating ine bun- their means, earning good wages In ;
day law will be Immediately, arrest-! smno months and willing to beg inl
ed and vigorously prosecuted, we be- other months, and who are persistent'
lleve there be few who will dery.j refusing to improve.
the law, and they should be so dealt' 5 The vicious, who drink or gara-l
with as to convince them that no idle ble away their means and who are
threat has been made. I found hopelessly bad after attempts!
We have been informed that there t0 reform,
are few, if any towns of the size of( 6 Confirmed paupers, who prefer i
(iallup, In New .Mexico, where the to live tn alms. !
Sunday. law Is not strictly enforced,! 7 Tramps, living worthless lives,!
and we feel that we ought not to fall and too otten thieves. j
Cases Unworthy of Relief.
1 Those who have property.
2 Families with able-bodied par
ents, able to support them, or with
adult able-bodied children able to
3 The shiftless, who are too Idle
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ready recognized the need oi paved
M rents ami have petitioned the city
council to lake some action in the
matter, but there are many other dis
tricts f the ciiy as much if not more"
'i nc-,! of pnved hi reels than nie
Rtrneta m.1,,1 i...i -ri... i. .n
vaj ill.. ..1. ,;- 1. - -.-..w .inuiumtu, t lie uimilirs
- ............ ..1 a c.-.:. nim xiim lrlrtSi ln,)r(. ,.spi rally. Along the
uua.lah.pe Montano and Ksq,p,,lo ,lM(, of . strtl,.t ,.1Ir tl(.1s, ,
M,n n.-inni ,aMh" uI'1,",,l',y-"I1Vl "larl- is r"'vl "''''' l oM be
the Plaintiff had the evidence on his of great advantage to the street rail
face ami head, his left eye was .as way company In the way of keeping
black as a Idueheny, and a bandage, j i he tracks clean, and It would be of
saturated with blood, vncircled bis' ines, iml,i, value to people using re
head, covering a wound when he hlcl u VL
with a stone in the in the citv !., ih i. . .
hands of Narvais. Several , itnesses 1 nnrt ..m C . 7 .'""'J "T
testified on both sides of the case, but walks, and It seems expedient that
he court took cognizance of the tes-, prompt action he taken toward this
tiniony of the plaintiff. Montano was ! end. " aia inis
reprimanded and discharged. Nar-1 .
Vals was Selltelu-ert to ntnuti-
the county tail. i .NG.-J NY COVERED
. i niivirviiNG BUTTONS. ETC.. SILS.
Narvais retained Attorney Modesto BY, SAN DIEGO CAL.
Ortiz immediately after the trial, audi ' p
notice was given of an appeal from
the decision of the justice court.
Took Rossi Case to Old Town.
In the case of Frank Hossi against
Jacobo Oomez, wherein the defendant
is charged with assault with Intent to
kill, which was also the result of
the Monday nlcht dance at Jones'
hall, has been taken from the court
of precinct No. U to the court of old
town. The plaintiff appeared before
Judge CrawoM yesterday afternoon
and paid the costs so far Incurred In
the case, and intimated that the case
would be dismissed. Hut instead of
dismissing the case, Gomez went to
Old Albuquerque and swore out. an
other warrant against Rossi. The de-!
fenrlnnf n.-aa thon nut unnr a CnO '
bond, and the prospects are that this
will be another case and expense for
the Rrand Jury.
Gomez charges Rossi with assault
ing him was an ax. The evidence in
the case. ,so far as can be gleaned
from conversation with the prospect
ive witnesses, is very weak.
Another Gun "Toter."
Police Judge Crawford was called
upon this, morning to publish another
gun "toter." This makes the third
one this month, and the month is only
two-thirds gone. Teter Rezquera is
the latest victim. He told the police
that he had been employed at. the
American Lumber company's mills,
but he could give no plausible reason
for carrying a gun, and was sentenced
to serve sixty days in the county Jail.
At the time of his arrest, Basquera
had In his possession a new red bi
cycle, which the police think he may
Booze and "Billies."
The police court was called upon
this morning to' Investigate a dis
turbance which took place at the Min
neapolis rooming house yesterday Just
arter J the noon hour. Otw Charles
Bach,' an employe of the Santa Fe
shops, charged J. S. Savely, proprie
tor of the Minneapolis house, with as
saulting him with a "black jack," or
"blllle." Savely testified that Bach
and an associate, named Smith, cre
ated a disturbance at his house, and
that he struck Bach with a piece of
window curtain stick. He also testified
that Bach and Smith had been drink
ing. The case was dismissed. J
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Over (100) One Hundred Tailored made Suits will be sold at prices that
will surprise you. For quick selling we have divi'ded them' in two lots.
Wednesday, f A L
November... L J I II
THE STIRRING DRAMA,
Auspice of Mineral Lodge
No. 4, Knights of Pythias.
Under direction of Prof. J. H. Crum.
MAGNIFICENT - SCENIC EFFKCTS.
General Admission 50c
Reserved Seats 75c and $1
Reserved seats at Matson's Monday,
0. W. Strong's Sons
Liquors, wines and cordials the
finest line in the city. All goods deliv
ered free. Ernest Meyers & Co., 116
West Silver avenue.
Superintendents Falrylew and
Santa Barbara Cemeteries.
201 211 N. Second St., Both Phones.
Two Big Enameled Ware Specials-Saturday Only
A Triple coated, Hlue and White Outside. White Line,! Pnnmoio
10-qnart Water I'ait or 14 quart Dish Pan, like cut.
a friend should Q
4C. to relievp nn-iSi
behind. If the aw does not please For the first class,
the people, they can nave It repealed, be iound for ea:h case, to relieve no-
bnt while It remains on the statute cessiilcs and provide suitable assM-i??
book, it ought to be enforced, and If ance. (J
inoroiigniy eniorceu, ine pcopie win
soon learn whoihcr t:uy want it orj
While no direct evidence on the sub-
ji'rt has been . presented to us, yet It Closing quotations received i y T. J.
ba.s been puiiKienily reported for a Uraf & Co., coriespon-ient for Lo
"long time, that illegal vol ins has beeu , WiU & Bryan, Iiarnelt building,
permitted and even promoted by xome
citizens at elections in Ihis county. j Amalgamated Copper .
It is said that numerous foreigners, ! American Sugar
who have not been in the United Atchison, common ....
States for inore than tix months, who Atchison, pfd .'. .
cannot speak, read or write the Kng-' Baltimore & Ohio
lihh language, and who are destitute Brooklyn Rapid Transit
of any knowledge of our institutions Canadian Pacific
or government, have been taken to 'Colorado Fuel & Iron .
F. r. TROTER, 113-120 S. Second St.
the polls anil voted by Interested per- Chicago, Great Western, com... 2 P. 4
sons. A majority of the grand Jury c. & O ,ri4
believe there is good foundation for Erie, common 49',4
these reports. Erie, first 2Pj
We earnestly urge upon the district Louisville & Nashville Vi'2U
attorney that he take steps to ascer- Missouri Taciflc 1P6
tain the fai ls, and to iii ing net essury Metropolitan 11S
witneses liefoio the next grand jury Mexican Central 23'i
with a view of prosecuting the 01- New York Central ll:t
fenders and thus deterring them from Norfolk
a repetition of one of the most serl-1 Reading, common L17-
oils crimes against our government, i Pennsylvania HOTg
It should be added that a portion Itock Island, common I'.K
uf our liumbtr vigorously dissent Rock Island, pfd 70
from this s'atemeni and recoinmeiida- Ke'p, Iron & art-el. common 2b
lion. I Hep. Iron & Steel, pld I'm
We respectfully call the attention Southern Pacific ;&
tit .11.. . ... ...... Jill , i:, in,.i . ,
i lc (UUlllll aU'iHivj iu rnunu iin',. jrt'ii , 1S'
of the Compiled Laws of 1SH7, as to, Southern Railway :!&,
the collection of an occupation tax, 1 ennessee Coal & Iron
provided for in aforesaid section, and Texas Pacific
that ho take such necessary action as Union Pacific, common 137
An Open Letter
To Our Patrons I and Friends
he may see Hi to enforce the law.
Having completed our labors, we
now respectfully uk to be discharged Wabash, common
for the term
(Signed) GLS MULHOI.LAND.
Territory of New Mexico, County of
To the lion. Ira A. Abbott, Judge of
the District Court of
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Kansas City Live Stock. j
Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 23. Cattle
McKinley Receipts, fi.OoO, Including 300 south-'
ems; marKet steady to strone: na-M
We have entered into a contract with Mr. George VV.
llickox, agreeing to seil to him our Jewelry Business, In
cluding stock, fixtures, and good wLl, January 1, 1906.
(t.e stroLg feature of our agreement with Mr. Hlckox Is
that we promise to reduce our very large and complete
"ocli to the lowest possible point before that date and
with this end in view, we will begin, Saturday, November
4, a SPECIAL CLOSING OUT SALE to continue until
December 31, at which time we positively retire from the
Jewelry Husintss, having arranged to go Into the man
ufacturing lumber business In British Columbia.
Our business in Albuquerque has increased steadily
year by year, and grateful for this, we propose for the
next two months, to cut out the bljj end of our profits
and to give you such a genuine bargain tale of really
Fine, Hiph Grade Goods, as has never been offered In
We invite you to make your selections now and avoid
the ruth of the December trade. We have ample vault
room and will gladly lay aside the goods you select, until
you are ready for them.
We have been in the Jewelry Business 2C years, ana
have never yet advertised a fake sale. In this Bale we
will offer you tare bargains in Dlawouds and Fine
Watches. Kvery sa e will be backed by my personal
guarantee. Mall orders solicited and sat i-factlon assured.
L,,t 1 . C
Consists of desirable Suits for Women in Black, Hrown and Navy, nearly all si'
bold up $30.00, your choice of this lot for
Lot 2.-Consists of neat and stylish Suits for Women and Misses. Assorted sues in Navy.
Brown, Green and Taney Mixtures. Sold up to $18.50. choice of this lot for
P See Window Display p
The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES
O. F. O.
Bottled In Bond.
MELINI & EAKIN
Albuquerque, N. M.
Automatic Phone, 199.
And mall It to the address
I am a renter, and I would
like to know how I can buy
home by paying out each month
the same as I now pay rent.
1IOW. Gold Ave.
o o. o o o o o o Vo O
are showing for the Fall
and Winter season, new de
I Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Linoleum,
Curtains, Portieres and Draperies
And also a full line ot
Blankets, Comforts and Pillows
Our prices are the lowesL 1
Albert Faber. 305 Railroad Ann
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O O O OOOOOOOOOO
V Auto Dhone. 316. Bell nhone. 115. Itealdnnra A
Am DORDERS, runert Director end Kmbmlmer
ff vr fB.w uommerciu ciub Bnudlng.
The Sotrthwestern Electric & Construction Co.. Inc.
ing plant. dyn-
! - nnwdr
c electrical suppllea..
-4 House wlrtnz.
X thorlzed agents tot
m Crocker, Wheeler
m Co. Agents for th
g General Electric- C.
2 Induction motor,
rj Largest stock o
electrical fixtures U
z the southwest. Ar
3i members of the N- ,
m tlonal Electrical
elation. We fir .
tickets for the ph I
Auto, 'phone, 46.
While I have signed the report of : live t-teers. $3 i!fl(6: southern steers. i
the grand jury as foreman because it'$2.4oH; southern cows, $1.7jfiJ;0
appeared to be my duty to do so, yet native cows, $1.50fi 4.85; stockers and , 9
1 also feel It my duty to say In be- feeders, 2.4oft 4.25: bulls. $2(fl325:IY
half of myself and a minority of the calves, $2.25fi6; western steers, $'.75'T
grand jury, that they do not concur in 4 50; western cows, I4.25Q3. ji -w j- m T1X'X'"
the statement as to the illegal voting Sheep Receipts, 2,000; market A l h M l 1 X.
In the county of McKinley. nor as to strong; muttons, $4.256.50; lambsji ' J- VV.s
supposed offenses against section 2SS5 I5&7 25; range wethers, I4.50Q 6.25: lo
and section 2356 of the Complied fed ewes, 3.254.85. C04C0004C'400s
Offer to supply you with anything In
our line, at prices that are fair and
square, and we are now making
On the Following
I2 Refrigerators 19
$8.75 Blue Flame Oil Stoves (6.75
$3 China Tea Sets (6
40c China Salad Bowls 25c
Decorated Haviland China, at 20
per cent discount.
75c Glass Berry Sets 25c
35c Glass Water Pitchers 20c
$1.75 Decorated Lamps $1.25
$4.50 Decorated Lamps 13.25
SI Steam Cereal Cookers 65c
50c Steam Egg Poachers 40c
112.50 Buggy Harness $1050
FOURTH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE.
000OS0 02rS-Nr S10 mT-.-t-MMMm1m..mmAJ-Mm
. J UAA W CdUlCI T
Suggests HAVE YOU A TELE- t
I'HONE IN YOUR HOME? Enables 2
you to order groceries; call the physl- O
clan; perform social duties, etc. Rates t
from five cents per day up. Let us
tell you about it. O
The Colorado Telephone Co.
Room 18 N. T. Armijo Building.
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O. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE
Room 5, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone, 174.
Mill Wood, Factory Wood
"""" mT 1 tit
rr v-ord Wood
Robert Mclntyre Is recognized as
America's foremost descriptive orator.
Is daily adding new customer to our More. Cur prescription work
must and does M Kit IT the approval of phslclan and patleut. In
fact, everything we tell mutt have MERIT, or we won't sell It.
B. H. BRIQQS A CO.
First St. and Gold Are. Props. Alvarado Pharmacy. Both Phone.