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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908.
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On Dome-tic Coal. Best
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quality and quantity. Test weights and be con
JOHN S. BEAVEN
THE MOST POPULAR
IN THE CITY.
Lady Audley's Secret
The Messenger's Mistake.
Peck's Bad Boy.
OMV ONE MOVING
TURE PER FORMAN! E
GINNING AT 8:30.
Lady Jane's Flight
Levitzski's Insurance Policy
AT TEN CENTS
ANYWHERE IN THE HOUSE
E V E
107 Central Ae., Alnuuuerque.
Stoves, Tinware, Enameled Ironware; Iron Pipe, Pumps,
Valves, ratings, Belting, Mine, and Mill Supplies, etc.
WAGONS, IMPLtMENTS AND FARM MaimíNERY.
Mail orders solicited. Albuquerque, N. M.
Oflce Strong lilock. Second
Telephones: Office 7S.
Fairy lew and
Galtnp r.gg. $r,.oo per
We guarantee you
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LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST
In th rvrnt that you RhnuM not
rrt t (v VOW mornlni? paper Ifclfpfcnwt
th. POSTAL TBLBOkAFH '. trlv
iiiu your name and ndrtrvM anl th
jiHp-r will c delivered 1 a npeuiul
iti .enger. The telephone Is N . 3t.
Insure in th" Occidental Life.
Prank J, Wright i In the city from
Bllvor City for a visit of several days.
a fresh shipment of wild ducks at
the Ban Jose mark, i.
Mr. l i. Lennon, nam the Esc ra
mi run v.ill y, of California, is annum'
the Irrigation congress visitors.
p. Walah, of Chicago, general bat
gage agent of the Santa We system, Is
among tin Bants Pa men in the city
.Mr. an I Mr-. B. T. Vann have re
turned from Denver, where Mr. Vanfl
ns a delegate to the grand lodge of
Vefnon L Sullivan, territorial irri
gation engine, r. arrived yesterday
from Santa Fe. to remain until after
Have your cards printed by The
Journal Publishing company. I'nsur
passed facilities, all styles, prompt de
livery. Dr. Thomas A. McCarthy, of the
,..'..-:.! ..-. of 'iimii Industry. Is
In the city from Santa Fe to remain
lor leynai Uh: s.
j, f, Primm, assistant cashier of
the Amerlosn National bank f ki
Paso. Is a member .if the 11 Paso
hunch of boosters
A. G, rti. -y. a delegat from Rhode
Uland, ami temporsrlly a resident of
Phoenix, arrived With Ul Arizona
W. H. Jack, of Silver City, Noble of
the Myotic BhrlAe and pioneer Of New
Mexico, i in the city for a week, ac
companied . by Mrs. Jack.
Van C Wilson, representing N. K.
Fairbanks & CO., in El I'aso, is among
the Pass City crowd now making n
loud noise in Albuquerque.
Mr and Mrs. R. V Hoyt and Mis
i. ill Chestunwood, of Las Vajnm, urc
im. CONNER. OSTEOPATH.
Suite 3 and I. N. T. Armljo.
212 S. Second St.
R I T T
THE DIAMOND PALACE
Watch KMfaMtflf Santa Fe It. It
First and Tijeras
the guest of Mr. and Mr. F. J. Hav
janay, of North High Ftrcet.
Don't miss seeing the exhibit of
Munger Hrothers Co.. Phoenix, Ari
zona. Olive oil and olives. Product of
Arizona soli and sunshine.
W. C. Keim, of Phoenix, secretary
of the Southwestern Underwriters' as
sociation, and wife, arc guests at the
horn, of J. H. O'RIelly this week.
H. H. Holt, president of the Water
I'sers" association of the Mesilla val
ley, arrived yesterday from Las Cru
ces to attend the irrigation congress.
Mark n. Thompson, district attor
ne yof Dona Ana county, Is in the city
from Las Crbces to attend the con
gress and to attend to other business.
George II. Browne, manager of the
Ranch Supply store at Magdalena, ar
rived in the city yesterday to attend
the Shrlners' doings and also to visit
KI ND THE ILLCSTRATED MORN-i
INt; JOURNAL TO YOUR ITU ENDS. '
PIT Til EM ON OUR MAI LI NO LIST.
FIITV CENTS WILL DO IT.
Miss Marguerite Combs, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
Combs, has returned after spending
two months with relatives in Leaven
; ri e r:i 1 P. J. Viljocn, who rendered I
distinguished service in South Africa1
throughout th. Boer war, is in the!
city from Las Cruces ns a delegate to I
the congress. I
President Rrcnt, of the Fidelity
Trust company, of Kansas City, is a
guest at tire Alvarado, and will be an
Interested spectator at the irrigation
Mr. and Mrs. Falrweather, of Free-1
no, aro among the delegates to the i
Irrigation congress. Mrs. Fairweath
er is the first woman to be appointed
B delegate to the congress.
M. J. Costello, of Seattle, Wash., a
slstant traffic manager of the (ireat j
Northern railway," Is among the prom
Inent men arriving with the delega- !
tlons from the gnat northwest,
Tim O'l.eary, under sheriff of Pueb-1
In county, is In the city from Pueblo, j
Cok)., to remain until after the fair.
Mr. O'Lesry was formerly connected!
with the Santa Fe secret service.
Ex-Governor L. Bradford Prince,
accompanied hy Mrs. Prince, arrived!
terday from Santa Fe. Mr. prince
Is scheduled to deliver an address be
fore the Irrigation congress.
Louis C Hill, of Phoenix, supervis
ing i nginccr of the reclamation ser
vice, is among the prominent men of
this department of the government in
tin- city to attend the congress.
Dr. C. F. Hellwlg, of Washington, j
i D. C. un old friend of J H. O'RIelly,
whom he has not seen to. twenty
years, has arrived In the city to take
examinations before the dental board.
Mr. Max Bass, general immigration
agent of the Northern Pacific railway,
with headquarters in Chicago, Is one
of the Great Northern's' staff of rep
resentatives at the Irrigation con
C. W. MOOrehOUSe, who was agent
for the Santa Fe railway here twenty;
years ago, Is In the city from Denver, i
Mr. Moorehousc is now connected j
with a Colorado road In an executive!
Colonel Tom Gable, of Santa Fe, '
commander-in-chief of the New Mex
ico standing army of colonels, and the
best colonel of them all. is showing
his smiling face at frequent intervals
among the delegates.
Lovers of olive oil should he sure
and visit the exhibit of Munger Broth
ers Co., In Hie Arizona section under
the charts f Secretary Oowglll, who
will gladly furnish any Information
Hon. Robert P. Brveln, land eom-
Rll blotter Of NSW Mexico, arrived
from Santa Fe last night and will re
main here until the cliff of the expo
sition. Mr. Krvlcn is a delegate at
large from New Mexico.
Pr, Audi .Manin, brother-in-law of
Will C. llamen, and a ir.miti tit jdiy
dcli)n of I'hoenix, Ariz.. Ih in the city
for the gongfSSS, and v. Ill ISSVS hero
fur a trip to the City ( Mcxieo. He
In aceornianied by his gifi,
Charlas R. kiint, on of m
Mrs. t'. W. KUBS. of 00 North Fourth
Ktre.t, arrived with the Nw ifsilco
Ullltary Institute , adi ts from ltns
well .t. rday. Mr. Kuiiü Is a mem
ber or the fai ulty of the Iti'tltute.
K. M. OlllsttS, anent fur the Sonta
Fe comrany at OgllUPi arrived yes
terday to nltind the Hiririers' cere
monlal ami bamiuct and also to re
new old aoajualatanosa. Mr. cniette
was formerly agent for the eoniiany
at Wlnslow arid also it Ash Kork.
Hoy II. Hannon, fornurly with the
Dordors iinduriakiiiK parlors, but Mrs
soanoctsd s Ith Iks
f in, lian returned
Harvey eating sys -
from Las Vegas.
he was day clerk at the Cs t' -
nada, and has accepted
lion with the Alvarado
Mi. Manuel rt. otero, accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. S. C. Nolsnd.
has returned from Kanms City, w in re
Mr. olaud unrtrrwint a difficult
Hgrgtcal operation In St. Margaret's
hospital. As a result of the operation
Mrs. No land Is much improved In
If law Marie Wlneheck, of Kansas
i'lty. formerly a resident of this city.
Is here lulling Mrs. Charles lioodman,
of 9AC Wert f.'opper avenue. MIsb
Wiiii beck is a daughter of Mr. and j
Mr. Charles Wlneheck. Mr. Win-1
check was for nome time general fore
man In the Santa Fc shops ! re.
W. II. PntMl, Industrial agent . r
the Rauta Ke ut lh Angslsg, la in the
("Hy to attend the eongrers. Mr. Unum
was for some time a dispatcher In the
local Santa Fe ofti and later agfnt
for the company at llojbrook. lr.
Daum Is accompanied by J. II. II. iv
d. n. who Is Industrial agent for the
Manta Ko with head.iuarters In Siri
Captain and Mrs. K. P. Dnjac, of
i .ulHbail, have arrived In the cliy to
attend the eongreox. Cnptnln Ihijae Is
i vi i, ran of the Uocr wnr ann emi-i
State National Bank
This Bank values the business it receives from its
customers and takes every opportunity of telling
them so. Our customers on the other hand appre
ciate the fact that the service extended to them is
coupled with security. Any business arrangement to
lie permanent must be mutually satisfactory and
profitable. Therefore, in the selecting of
your bank, have permanency in view
and establish yourself for your
present and future well
I being with a good
We Carry a Full Line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries
E. F. SCHEELE
Loudon's Jersey Farm
For PURE ICE CREAM
grated to tills country nfter the cloaííl
of that event. He it now located in
the valley near Carlsbad, with a num
ber of other South Africans, who havp i
SSsIs tod materially in the development!
of that part of N'etv .Mexico.
Captain ivcd Pornoff, of tire Now
Mexico mounted police, accompanied
by Hangers Heal. Lls, Myers and
Territorial Clame Warden (hit tin, ar
rived in the city yesterday from work
in the field, and mounted police camp
has been established on the Foraker
ranch north of the city. It Is under
stood this is not for the protection of
the United States marshal, but merely
that the captain and his men will be
sure of quarters during the exposition.
They will remain for ten days or two
Col. H. D. Loveland, railroad com
missioner of the state of California,
and Frank J. Sims, president of the
Merchants' exehanne of San Francis
co, arrived yesterday from the Oolden
Gate city and will remain here
throughout the congress. Both gentle
men are delegates to the congress.
They arc also members of the execu
tive eommitttee of the Trans-Missls-slppl
congress, which convenes next
week In San Francisco and expect to
meet a number of prominent eastern (
men in Albuquerque who are dele
gates to the lu Francisco meet and
(accompany them to the coast
With so many events musical and
otherwise, oiug on In the city during
Irrigation emigres. week, any attrac
tion must come uri to a high Ktundarc
j of excellence to Insure liberal (ratron
nnd The Woman's club Is to be con
gratulated on offering such an attrac
tion In the form of the Bruno lilock -
ntana concert Thursday night, Octo
ber 1. In the Klks' theater. The pro
gram is inn- of rare artistic excellence
and no visitor in the city should miss
the event. Those who will appear lire
Mr. nieckmann, perfect master of
"j the violin; Mrs. C. A. Frank, the glit-
! ed soprano, and Miss Lillian KIwoiki.
i contralto, both artists of great talent
Mrs. Mabel Stevens HImoe. the w ell
I known pianist, as accompanist, rounds
out a program of unusual merit.
'Tickets are on sale at Mntson's for
, II. AO and . ". cents.
fin' Fulrcllo rnrnlliirc Co. luio had
all Ihc huslnesH tlicy .tnild attend to
for i be (Mist two weeks and lias put
ON four extra men and will liavc two
more na tanaca (cointnenelng Mon -
dajr) i and we liopc to lie able lo
handle all the husinewi that comes Uh ,
waj . . i all or telephone In your or
ders. Our price are always reus. .li
able. sh or payments.
OUR POLICY H JVKI BALKS
AND SMALL PROFITS. LET US
SHOW YOU THAT WE CAN SAW
VOU MONEY ON YOUR GROCER
1KH. F. G. PRATT CO., SH f
EVERY ONE IS TALKTNC Alio I T
H H FLAT WORK. IF YOU HAVE
OT GIVEN US YOURS, DO SO
NOW. nfPRRTAL LAUNDRY. HACK
Hitching posts have been ar
ranged Just outside the expo
sillón groaiMls. near the Mouth
rmtft corner, for the convenience)
of per on driving private team.
No míe need lie afraid in drive
on i sh u rr liable man will lake
rare to irrvcnt ietty pilfering.
1024 North Fourth Street.
EL PASO HERE
SEVENTY STRONG COMES !
THE EL PASO CITY BUNCH1
. i . , r r, Si
Long LlSt Of Prominent Meil
Who Are Letting People
Know They Are Here,
Seventy strong, the ESI Paso delega
tion to the Irrigation congress, arrived
In Albuquerque yesterday morning on
a special train oí three Pullmans, one
tourist and a dln
With their yell
T)nm Dam Oam
What dam? Tin; Englc Dam
Who soya so? I'd Paso
they soon took the town by storm
paraded the principal streets of
Slty, headed hv a thirty piece
Following a blh' streamer carried by
three men with the one word "HI
Paso" on It In big letters, the Texans
1 marched t
the Elks' club, w here (hey
have hoadcjuaru ra during tholr stay in
the city. They soon made their pres.
rice fell ami El Paso badges wvrr
everywhere in evidence.
The El Pasoans are not after the
next congress, but they arc deeply In
terested in seeing the Elephant Butte
dam completed at Hngli . X. M and
they want to show their Interest in
l Irrigation matters generally. Bl Paso
entertained the Irrigation congress :
( few years ago and KI I'asoans have
i had a warm snot In their hearts for
It since that time and always attend
its sessions In large numbers and with
plenty of music. They also have sev
eral other things this time besides ;
music and those they are distributing!
from the headquarters. "Shorty" '
(Jerome, the "prize hnrbiT of HI
Paso" and the original enndy boy por
ter on nil F.I Paso e.iamber f com- ,
merce excursions, Is chief dispenser
of the good cheer.
The El Pnso d.lrgntlon represents
the chamber of commerce of that city
but the members have prnxje.. from
Varal Oitley in Texan and nil are,
delegate to the convention. Mayor'
Pwoeney, for Instance, represents .
Urenham, Texas, although he had thr ,
appointment of ten delega 1. 1: hlmuelf. 1
He named El Pasoans as his dele
gates and accepted the honors from
another mayor. O. A. Martin, who ls
acting as secretary of the El Paso del
egation during the temporary illoese
of Secretary Chas. A. Klnue, of the
El Pai". Chamber of Commerce. Is a'
delegate from Pig Springs. Tc:;as.
Many other EI
Pajadas luv beeni,,ot t'" r'"1 away.
likewise h inured so that
Hon has plenty of vote
and repre -
a sent every section of the Lone Star
átate. I ne young newspaper man lifted the
The El pas., an..: win remain n fallen lad from the oar tracks, sat him
their own train while they are lntheldown he"l1' the passing car and
city nnd will not return home tut
Saturday night J. A Harper, a di-
rector of the Chamber of Commerce, j
is In charge of the KI Paso delegation.
He did most of the rustling of mem- j
bers of the trip and to him is due a I
good deal of credit for the large crowd
In attendance. Felix Martinez, a for-'
mor KoW Mexico citizens, is floor lead- j
er for the Kl Pasoans. J. A Smith, j
who Is postmaster at HI Paso between
the times lie runs the republican par
ty, the EI Paso dairy and a few other j
things, and an irrisatlonist in practice
as well as theory, for he lias a farm
below El Paso t.hnt rivals even tie
Carden of ffiden, according to his own
story, Is one of the "biff ones" with
The others In the El PogO party are'
A. COUrchesne, a capitalist and exti n
idve property owner; Mayor Joseph I!
Sweeney, County Judge A. S. J. Eylui
president of the Chamber of Com
City Collector Louis H. Hehr, District
Judge James R, Harper, Ed. Moye,
president ot tne unamner ot uom
merce; E. E. Xeff, V. M. Payne and
8. J. Larkln, directora In the Chamber
of Commerce; Will E. Hace, assistant
manager El Paso water company;
John H. McCUtOhCOn, El Paso News;
T. H. Springer, furniture dealer and
ex-alderman ; Dr. S. T. Turner, presi
dan! nio Grand Valley Bank and
Trust company; O. H. Hnssett, bunker
and extensive property owner; V&n C.
Wilson, merchandise broker; J. F.
Prlmm, American National bank; W.
ft. Martin, superintendent union de
pot; H. AnStln, real estate dealer; tí.
H. Stevens, real estate; V. W. liose,
capitalist; C. W. Moss, traveling man;
ft. L. Derorandt, real estáte; w. .
Tooley, cashier National Hank of
Commerce; H. S Potter, general su
perintendent El Pa.so street car and
electric light company; A. N. rtrown.
general freight agent, E. p. a S. W.
railroad; V. H. Stiles, general passen
ger agent, and Osrnett King, general
agent, same road; Charles LeAVSIl,
! real cstat; Z. T. White, capitalist; Y,
M. Reed, district engineer, united
states reclamation service; C. F.
Herna, general agent Mexican Central
railroad; J. M. Nealon, aaatstant dis
trict attorney; Ben F. Jenkins, city
sealer of welglita and measures; J. A.
Dick, wholesale grocer; Royal Jack
man, farmer; O. A. Trost. architect;
W. H. Winter, attorney; George H.
Clements, country circulator 1.1 Paso
Heruld; W P. Machstle. traveling
agent, Santn Fe railroad! J. Frank
j Coles, real estate; A. R. Coleman, rep
I resenting County Treasurer C. H. Kel-
!ly; F. Aiderete, luperintendenl of san-
j Itatlon, city of El Paso; .V M. Wal
kr, HI Puo Herald; A. I.. Sharp",
ind collector of CUStORM at El Paso; ('. A.
th,. Martin, news edllor HI I'aso lleiall;
W, Freeman, representing Texas
company (Oil); M. C. K.I wan',::. i,al
estate; c. F.. Kellogg, fanner: J. J.
Smith, farmer and county commis
sioner; Joe Drlscoll, assistant distil t
Clark; w. U Kohlberg, cigar manu
facturer; Claiborne Adams, manager
Rosenbaum grain elevator; William
Moelli r, real estate; W. F. Payne, real
estate; R, f. iturges, former city
attorney; j, ii. Coons, life Insurance;
Col. c. F. Hunt, stockman; w. p, !
Hrown, general agent. Santa Fe rail
rood; Quy Murthu, J. A. Burdook, J. '
w. Beckwlth, F. U, NfoJta, c v
Saunders, O. W. Orayson, It. A. Whit
lock. Chas. E. Michael, T B. Gallagh
er, tea Burdlcki V. H. Ware, p ,,'
Oraftcarold and H. A. Kimball
The El Pawn delegation has selected
J. A, Smith for the committee on ere.
dentiala; w. B, Austin for the com
mittee hi order of business, and R,
F. Ilurgcs for the committee on rego
Hi It. Holt, of Lat t'rucis, will rep-j
resent New .Mexico oa the sommfttee
KL PAso M MAKES
A DARING RESCUE
Norman M. Walker, of the pgao
Herald i-taff. who attending the con
vention, rescued a Mexican lad from
certain death beneath an enstbound
West Central avenue car at tho corner
of Third htrect yesterday morning.
The bad "'as following the dalega.
Hon from El Pnso as It marched down
West (Mitral avenue to the Klks" club,
and as a car came up from the west,
the El pasoans divided to let It pans.
Tho boy was In the center and be
cogging confused, started to run llrst
to iho north and th' ii to Ihs south,
tripping and frilling whin the car was
IW 'n marching with the El
1 1 asoans and Happened to be beside
the hoy n. he fell. Peaching down.
warned "i us ir reacumi hoy was tin
regular order of buslnes with him.
SHOULD BE SHOftT ON
This week, let us supply you
Eagle Brand, 15e can.
Hawkeye, large cans, 10c.
Carnation, large cans, 10c.
Note these prices, you arc
likely paying more.
FRESH Aunt Jemima ' Pan
2 pkgs. for 25c.
HOMER H. WARD, Mgr.
315 Mnrbta Ave.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
Rogue Tricks. Under False Colors,
a soldiers- pream, a Veiled Reouty,
San Francisco Earthquake.
"Some Day When Dreams Come
True," "Down Where iho Suwaneo
River FlAs." "Rlggest and Best
show. Continuous Show from 2 lo 5
p. in.: 7 to !0:M p. in.
tlubbs Laundry Co.
"Our Work is Best"
WOLKING & SON
Aermotor WimlniilK Pumps, Tanks,
and SabStruCtnTeS, Well Driving and
Repairing, Drilling n Speclialty.
Albuquerque, New Mexicu.
TEL. 1485 70V N. EIGHTH
He was cheered by the El Pasoans
and other spectators, but merely turn
ed u bright pink In the face and walk
EPES It AMlOI.I'll AMI PARTY
RERE FOR THE tOM.HKKS
Epes Randolph, president of nil the
Harrl rajan hues in Ariaong nnd Mex
ico, came in yesterday morning In his
private ear, the Otsego, from Tuo-on,
He was accompanied by w. R, Mar
tin, superintendent of the union depot
at El Paso and r malned here during
the day meeting the del, gates and en
loylng the busy scenes on tho streets
WILL INTEREST MANY
Every person should know that good
health Is impoiislbln If the kidneys are
dnranged Foley Kidney Remedy will
cure kidney and bladder disease In
every form, nnd will build up nnd
strengthen these organs so they will
perform their functions properly. No
danger of Bright's disease or diabe
tes If Foley's Kidney Remedy Is tsk
en In time. J. H. O'RIelly Co.
Window humos, St.TB. ITbuqurrque
OI R CI.F.STS NEVER GRUMRLE.
Till: FASHION CAFE.
nctrn oood ick cream, and
ICE CREAM SODA. WJUKMT
A FINE MEAL
money, un: i