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FOR THE CITY
ic It. Bontright Pioneer Mer
chant to Head the Ticket as
Candidate for Mayor of Al
buquerque VOM HUUIILS UNAMMUUS
CHOICE FOR CLERK
Al Goodrich Nominee for City
Treasurer. Large Attend
mice at Convention in Elks
Theatre Last Night
W ii;il In nilmilii illy one of I ho
Uoiif ! n k l i lii' Hi pul.lii tin . n 1 1
las .1 : -J in ii 1 1 in i ti ii 1 1 in a i"?
.,ii,,n in A I ,,ii, i ui i , mi' In r ti t
jriiM win t liimi-n ill Klks' theater IiihI
I,, Kin. with i. II Hoatiighl. well
At n i . a ri pioiiea-r ini'irhniii, a Ihr inn
alitliiii' fur in v r Mr. Houtrixht w.is
ln,n, in, id ! l II S. klthgow uf ihu
fin u nil it rat delegation, While Judge
K. A. Mann of Ilia fourth ward dcl-
airatlon placed f'nl. John I Ii i( r i ! ii i ! In
lHiiiiiii.iin.il. The remit was 4 4 for
Mr. Ilium luht to 16 votes for "nlnii-.-l
liorroil.iilc, Thf latter I Inn moved to
tuike I In' niitnliintlun unanimous.
T hoiiiun Hughes, unc uf thf belt
V in," li young ini'll In AlljuiiirriUe.
was unanimously nominated fur clc.-k
iiinl Al W. iloodrlch. uf thii Simon
Klein I'lothlng company, waft named
lor i ny ti c.iaurcr liy n, Ismalinn.
(".iii.liil.ii. for the rlty ruunrll rr
Miii, ill hy the several ward anil r I -1iil
hy Hip amvent Inn as follows
Plrat ward (Jean go I. Hammond.
M , unil ward C. il. Iihrniii.
Third ward T. P ll.maon.
Fourth ward W. H. Harney.
Mr. Hammond and Mr. (iil.snn nre
in l i iilrr". Iiolh well Know n In their
wards. Mr. Ilanaon In one of thai vet-
arii ii employe of thf Sunlit Fe ahnpa,
while Mr. Harney la one of the oldest
i.f thf rutin, ail conductors running out
Atlairncy John W. Wilson, who win
h i n , ta'niporary chairman and laler
., ininiii tit chairman, madf the key-liul-
and In fmt the only speech of
the convention. Mr. Wllsain laid stress
II thai rnl IlKht Issue whlah tie sal t
dm tint chief laaue In this campaign
, mul Minuilly pledged thai convention
a. ml tln lanilldalca to Immediate rllm
liiuiion of a segregated district. Thin
nuoi. no..-..., ..... .....M.jr .,.,,. rn). r ,h)lt nuy C(ima lo
iii I lie pariy pui'iurm. anoineu isier,
tun only reference in nnun io tne'ter, greater and
rnl I ii' In ii-" in- was: "We are opposvd ' Albiiaiueriiue.
to the bran hel." j.' We believe that the question of nn
Tins was ri giirded by a majority of uileiiuule water supily at more fa
tboHe pi e sent us about as fur from tho voruble cost to the consumer than is
Mi ml Mr. WIlNon had forerasied In hl'riow in effect, hi an Important factor
Mice, Ii as was poaiM0 for the plat- In the uplnilldihg of our city, and in
Inrm to met. oci-ord with this position we nlcdire
The Hticiidanrai was l.-irge, filling the
lower lloor mid a large part of the
C.ilbrlis, many of the same faces as
Tirii at the icmocratir convention
III,. niKht iieforo being iiotb enble.
The ronventlon was marked by har
II, oh)- tbrolifthout.
TIh- iinvciitliin In I, lull.
Tin- coiivi,,iiion una culled to Ar
tier ut I '.. by I'hairman M. 1"
II,'Ki . of the llepul llean a lly ai .ill -Initti
e Th'- a-all w aa reud by Jir.
'. A Klla-r, the wi n lary.
Mr. Mickey reud tun petitions from
onie folly lailna of lli "iiveriom
i rs club" of the First .Mcl hmlixt
aliui.li. ami by aeventy seven la, lien
ni i In- Iiinl fti ab via nn n a bun h.
I, 1.1,, nil for the nomination of clean.
Ii.-ihh nun, who would cotidui.-t a
I I, in a ,t v govrniiietil.
Mr. Iliil.iy tip-n called for the
b itioii ol ,i temporary i liuirmuii.
AHnriii) John W. Wilson wus chos
ti n l, a, i 1. nn. Up. ii, us was It. I,.
II. ii nut" i lin to be temporary
geeratiiy. A. V. Walker. A. I
M it tin mil lii'i.tia- l:. I'ralK con
ii,,. I, , I llic lenipotury off: ets tu the
Mr ilnon. In his opening uildrear.
f ii ll.laleil the l:epublleuils on the
I.. i I Hint thin whs the firm conven
ti. ' inn, e the llepublieuns had put
I.,.. their ilif fa-rein es and uppfarffd
,p a uiiileil p. ui. Mr. Wilson spoke
in Every I!
Comfort snai Safety AtsureaJ Boiara)
tb .Arrival of lha Stork.
The eld sating I..I 1. Ime,. itb,.n I . ' " ' ""
...th.-r-sl.uuio) add Miilnrs Fried- M' r,,h f"r ,l,y "'rrr
la !t...uaiida of America h.-n. .hlMr- U"lnh'a nomination also was
l a hoitie ..f tnls stuenilid snd r.in.in. rem-
r,lv list tnaa aided msi. r a waeian ttirirri
Ilia- trvn.g airiti-sl. sava-d her frsu suffering
and lulu kept It. r In holm of ailiel sad
l-.ilj in simiice of bsLy's eoailfaT sail lout
m neM w..iiilerfiit ItirtiH-fi, la aWf-ii.t.ing 4
Jos Ml,.. ..vl UIoSlli. a la llir a. 1.1 lil.
Tl i re Is i.o antler rctnailv so truly help
1i nature as Mother's l-ii- nii. It n il. c
1tif pa iu seal dlicajifart asaaM-d hy ths
errilu na the ligsinints. Uiskes plissl tons
!'.- and inii-is shi.-ti itsture Is etpaud
tcr ai.d siMitliaw tlao luflaoiuastJua uf era-sat
N..ili.-r'i Friend Is as eiternsl nnn-ala,
gota quicki) and D"l uuly l.aiil-l.ea all dis
tress lu adsue, bat snanirea a stH-aly saaj
r aupleiv r,.-irry f..r lbs Biotlur II, us
L. t,.-,4t,es a bialil.y wisnsa wlih all le-r
SlrHistfa prrarret lu tburiausiila fejof the
srii.g ..f l,er il.lliL Marther a f'rl.nii rsa
I' laal st suy drug store al II " bsiie,
Sil.4 la relly mir of ,g grealeait lilivalDc
er dlMuere4 t'9 eiM-eisat BB.ili--r.
V. ill- l.i lira. M. Id Usnlsii In. I -'at
I tiur I'lili, Allan us. a. , t their free
MrlLt lUeilsJf. it, la iaVSel UaSUlKU) )
M i ..nai.ti ml.li lenxih. nminilnriiif
t "ith (he I rnoi rats, h fid rmM'
l't !" imii' riint end w rohyilo
j It 1 ti speaker jtlcnl ly Maa
j primed with ii .Ni h whbh he o:
j III i.f bm oiali, leu (.Jul, ii, I,, ,e
i-xn-iil i.f 4 mnul's. in il,i' good i, hi
j I. mill.. to , way ( ,he gland u
I l'ty of l.iniuln. irri-ll ntul Te.ldv
jlmoacvelt inrrj. Toward the fin-
i"h th arc va some restlessness
! a Mi
ng thf delegates and audience
Thf in.Hit, i i Ic.
tint ns l,i i ) s
thai Mifiidiiia ihr l ia moi rut ii
riinon Hif ii. Kill lia-forf. and not halt
So enthusiastic In applause. ..
1'iniifii mail), lii fait,
thf same fares.
I. Ilfrnnaln a Fourth ward
( lla li gMlc, hinVfd thf M,M,tlMf III of
committees, bringing thf spanker In
somewhat alirupt a lose.
Chairman Wll..n nppolnlfd thf
'Mini it - na follov,:
I'liili'llthlU Th.. iiii.ai 11, i
M..nto,. j. Js. n,.ia,,r
and II H.
I. ii riKi.tA .
ra-rmnnfiil i iru'inimii I.,
Hopa A V. Miivil.'ii l),.
and Chna Chudvi li k.
Itfuolutloiii - .; A Mann.
Wilkcraoii, V. 1 1 riiHliiii.in a ii,
leiili mul ir,lr J lioain'
V. Walkir. (Jfo Hliiipni.il mid J
Thf I'onvinilon took rinn
t''n liilniili'i tu allow Ihf foiiiinlttffa
to nii-fl. which la-tiRthi'iifd Hito thai
li mi I half mi In, til l.i.loir luinliifla
iin ri nuini d
I atmiiilllaT lt('Hiria.
Thf lui-a a i.ininlttf finf( the or
1it i'iillin for the ri ili'iili.il i i.oi.
inltiff rfporl. whlih found no mil.
I fat and a adoplfd uiiimiinoiiHly,
Hilar thai raaillliK of inn naiP.
Tin- pi-riiiiimni orKniuiiition t-oin-miii.-f
proponfd i ha I the lemporarv
aiif alilmilion , a. madf pariimiif in
hli h nua riirrlfd.
iii'oiiiiioiiH mHiUf i,iKlt.
AllhoiiKh prui'lliHlly thf whole of
Mr. Wllaiina kfyiiote aperi h nun de
Mit"d to i.iiiK how the IU iul,lii ani
proioHf to wipe nut proatltulion In
All,uiii..r,iii. ih,. ra-aoluiiona (arifui
ly dcilKid the red light laaue Willi
Iho alinpla- and cry lion-ininmliiil
Miaifiru nt, "We are oppim d to hroih
ina text of the feaolutlona.
an i.y juugo k. A. Munn, la as
"The flelf (ralfn. in ronventlon aa
afmlilid, m the He publican city con
vriitlon. hold at Alhu(iieriue. N. M ,
en the 27th day of March. 1I4. hfre
ty ranaw thfir plcdae of faith ana
fealty to the principle of the Ite
publl. an purty, and hereby make the
following atatrinrnt a to the poal
tlon of the party to be put-surd and
adopted aa the platform for the
coming- rlty election on which the
nomineea of the convention are to
ak the nupport of the voter.
"We till-due our notnlnfea. If elect
ed, to air In economy In the adminis
tration of the clty'g buainesa; to
publicity In all council rnoetlniia. es
pecially in the expenditure uf the
taxpayers' money; the rncouraae-
irieni rn an leifitiiimin m
city, and to the promotion of
amr unulti ruble upposltiun to tho
Si Hers policy to bond the city In the
magniria-ent sum of seven hundred
and fifty thousand dollars wltn
which lo purchase the old water
works system, thereby doubling the
burden upon the tuxpuya-ra of the
ally; that we arc unequivocally op.
posa-d to the extension of any frun-ihisa-s
now exlstlna- in the city, or
the granting of new franchises, or
the rurther bonding of the c-lty wllh
a.ut fust submltllng the proposition
to the taxpayers.
j "We are opposed to the brothel.
I "We believe tbut the prosperity of
Albii,jui-riiie Ih securely founded
upon the superior advantages of Its
locution and the worthy crmrucier of
Its citlxa-iis, and the Idea that our
vigorous growth continuing through
the past aeveral ya-urs has been In
duced by a superheated atmosphere
generated by the present hfud of the
city iidininisiratiun, la unworthy of
reasoning beings, and a slander upon
the sturdy c-ltisenship that has all
ninng baa-n addressing Itself to the
Uemuiids aif progress.
I "T. N. WII.KEUSii.V,
! ('. . tTHIIMAN.
I ' l. A rKTKKFIEI.n.
I I 'KI'WAIlU A. MANN."
I The nominations being called for,
II 8 Llibgow made a very effective
"maiden apeiH h'' In placing V. II.
ii.ioirignt in nomination for mayor.
The nomination was seconded by 11.
leuppe for the first wurd.
Jiolve Mann, In his usual clever
platform iii.iiun i, iionilnuted Col.
The vote, taken I.y iSslInt, tfsult
ed In 44 volfi for Mr. Itoat right nnd
1 votes for t'ol. Hurrodalle. The
nomination was then made unani
mous. Judge Mann muVfd to elect a dog
In the rem of tin hall, which had
been rtithuftiustii ally applaud. ng the
proa-ee dihga. lie than
Thomas Hughes for city clerk, who
waa givin an ovation, and was unan
imously ehoea-n for the place.
The nominations of the various
wards for aldermen were made and
approved by the convention as fol
lows: I'liat Ward CJeo. D. Hammond,
nominated by Ths. N Wilkerson.
Second Ward-C It. till, son, nomi
nated I.y l. A. l'oit' l In Id.
Third Ward T. V. Hanson, noml
llMled by (leai. It. Craig.
Fourth Ward W. H. Barney,
nomliiuied by Judge Alann.
Ila-publlcall I 11 t aimiiUllee.
The Ite publican city i-ommitlee
was then tinmen by the ward dele
gates as follows:
Filst Ward J P. Rulser, Hlg
Second Ward John W. Wilson.
Third Ward Geo. II. Craig, A. H
Fourth Ward A. D. ogle, C. A.
THE EVENING HERALD,-
t'. I. Iternilon niiinl.ar l larsi-4'oiiinillta-e
The llepiililii an city cuiiliinlli .
flfi i-d lit Isat iiiiilil's roiivrntloii, hrld
a inea-l.ng early thia aftfrtioon In the
nllliaj aif I'harln t'hadwi, k at thl, n
the aomnilttee was oixunlied for Ih.'
Hii,,aisn. If Is the put pour of the
innimitlee to rundui't an aitlve rstn
pulsn brainninsj at oik.
HEAVY BTTRINO TUT.
fKlirailon whs heuy dnrliin iho
'bona hniira of the open hooka In
i uarda la-t nishl. aa-M-ral hiitidreil
miiiifv Im-iiik uilili-il In the rolls after
Ii It'rlol k
Tin- attorney general yeatirduy at
Knnta I'e aae out an opinion on I he
tealalrailon law which la of general
inlereat lie nc:
"Com ply I na with your oral re-fUi-at
for thf opinion of thia offh-o
ua to Mhether an unra-giatered per
Bon may vote ui the i-lea-tlon to bf
held In the city of Hanin Fe, on
April 7, Hll, I rexpna tfully call
you alti-ntion to aertlon 2443 of the
compiled laws of 1117, whlih pro-viila-a
at great laliglli f,.r the regis
tration of voters ut a city election.
Jiid then ilei lures that "no person
whose nmiie la not ra-gisia-rad fluill.
i.N ANV Al't'i iITNT. be permitted to
vole at auth elect Inn
"A perusal of this law Rhos
alearly and iinmistukiibly that II was
the llili-m ion of the learned lawmak
ers of New Mexico In rfuulre the
ri-giatrutlon of all thof- who Intend
ed to vole at a city a lection, and to
aliHoiuii'ly prohibit the voting of un-
i DEMOCRATIC CTTY
A meeting of the recently elected
I lemoa-rullc rile committee will be
held this afternoon nt 5 o'clock nt
the office nf I'ity Attorney John C.
Lewis, who. It Is expected, will be
a hosi-ii chairman of the committee
The committee, under authority of
the convention of Thursday night,
will elect seven members of nn ex
acuilie committee nnd a rhalrmnn.
The iitnlli.ies wiil meet with the
FULL CnY TICKEI
Following their usuul custom the
Socialists of Alhu(urue have nom
inated a full ticket for the coming
city elea-tlon, ns follows:
For Muyor Alcnta tileson.
For fity Clerk T. II. Hangs.
For Treasurer W. 8. Kandnn.
For Councilman, First Ward -Hay
l-'or Councilman, Second Ward i.
For Councilman, Third Ward II.
For ' Councilman, Fourth Ward
W. V. Metealf.
State of Ohio, )
City of Toledo, ) as.
I.iuns County. )
Frank J. Cheney makes onth thnt
he Is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney at Co., doing business In
the City of Toledo, County and Htate
afureaaid, and that aald Arm will pay
the sum of (INK HLNl'lt KD DDL
t.ARH for each and every case of
Catarrh thnt cannot be cured by tho
use of IIALIY CATAUHH CCItR.
FRANK II. C1IF.NEY.
Sworn to before me snd subscribed
In my presence, this (th day of De
cember, a. u. mi.
(Seal) A.W. OLRARON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally and acta directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Kcnd for testimonials, free.
V. J. CIIKNEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Hold by all Druggists. 71c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. CHASE TOR ANOTHER
ESSAY ON ROAST PIG
If Charles I -a nib had happened lo
wander back u-roes the Htyx In the
ulgnborl I of i;2l South Third
street Inst night he might have been
moved to write another rseuy au
loast ng. Three plump pairka'rs
were burned to death when a shed in
the rear of Ambrnsio Banchel's
dwelling went up in flames.
The fire company from the Cen
tral station k'-pt the fire from
threading to other sheds neatby. Till
cause of the firs has not been de
REPAIR WORK ON THE
RIO GRANDE DYKES
County (Surveyor Pitt ltoa report- j
cat to the county commissioners at
meeting In the court house today
that a waste gate Is tiei-ili d near the
lia-ad of the Chamiaal dllch beiause
the Intakes above Alumedu are out
an far that I bay catch too much wa
ter when the river runs high, caus-
damage ftoin Hood.
the mutter was referred to the
ml i ut attorney for his opinion as,
I iu whether or not the ditch com-
, mlasioncrs are required to construct
I a waste gate under the clrcumstun-'aa-s
in forae. Mr. I toss ra pulled that
jbe hail found II neaessary to order
. emergi ncy work done am ths wing
uam above Itarelas bridge, at a cost
i f 1150. The . work was made
necessary by the action of ths water
in a a using the dam to settle. The
surveyors uclion was approved
HeiMlr work ordered on lha dikes, '
Air. I loss reported, was nearly com- 1
Only one bid waa received for the
contract tu extend the wing dam. It.
J. Sunehil was the bidder. Thai
commissioners look the bid under
advisement until next Friday morn-I
ing at 111 ai'clock. when uiiuilier
meeting will lie held.
The bond of Diego N. Ham-hex.
fonstable nf Precinct No. . was
approved. So was tho bond of
,pe Castillo, but. her. The fa-port of
County Treasurer Mike Muinlcll for
iM-a-ember, January and February
ALBUQUERQUE, I?. K., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1914.
linFORU FROM TO PA! MORE TIltfCIRCUS
wiru US TO
Eusinesi Man Writes Chief
McMillin that Missing Man
ha. Record as "Beat" and
Scouts Suicide Theory.
Information that sheds some Ugh!
on the disnppesrance of William
I'li-rce. who vanished from his board
ing house on Went Hilver avenue on
Monday night, leaving hla ten-year-old
daughter, was received by Chief
of police McMIKln today from a bus-
lna-ss man in Window. Arlx. Tho
latter wrote thnt Pierce, whose
name, he snvs. is properly spelled
I'earse, told the truth when he said
here that he had come from Wins
low. but hadn't glen quite the right
idea of his standing In that town.
The letter writer says I'earse left
a record behind him in Winslow ns n
"da-ad beat." lie said to hnve slip.
pad away from that town owing
more than fluu. He is aald to have
worked as n mechanic in the roll
toa I shops at Winslow for four air
The writer of thf letter scouts the
Idea ml winced by those who met
I'earse here thnt he had gone nway
to end bis lile am account of money
and other troubles. The Winslow
man is sure I'a-arse skipped to nvoki
paying his debia and left the little
girl behi"d because he had come to
the conclusion that she hindered his
activities. The writer urges the po
lice here to run I'farse down, nnd
promlsa-s abundant testimony fntTn
Winslow In tho event of his arrest
Mrs. Horatio Hdey arrived In the
a It y at noon today from her home lit
Pine Hlurr, Ark., and is visiting her
sister, Mrs. ileo. Champion t 311
Careless or indifferent work In
Jewelry repairing or engraving la
costly at any price. Hnv the ex
pert at Hoaa-nwald'a Jewelry depart
ment do It properly. The nrli-fs are
Accompanied by his wife. Attor
ney ll. B. Jamison, if the firm of
Vigil tk Jamison, went to Hnnta Fe
yesterday In his cur. I-egal business
called Mr. Jamlsi n
City. He and Mrs.
to the Ana-lent
to return lo this city
boy" at thi
la proving pop-
ulnr with the public.
He is nn the
Jol, every minute and hustles when
an order lor drug-x comes In
V. M. Myers, division superintend
ent of the Hiititu Ve, with headquar
ters at l.as Vegas. Is in town with his
family to "take In" the circus. Miss
ttreenberger. of l.as Vegus, made
the trip with them.
M:V TIIIX.K r'OK M'HINf.
AT TIIF. ART MIOP
Visitors nt the Art Hh.-p on West
Central avenue this Wfek will he In
terested In the new spring things
whlah are being shown. The new
gloves are very pretty, as are the
new ruchinga and veils. New waists.
silk petticoats, silk hose, corsets.
hand bags, drensea. suits nnd coats,
are among the things proving must
attractive tu the women.
TOO T.ATT Til CLASSIFY
HA NT A KK That Montexuma Hotel
American plan; service first class.
electric I ghts, ala-urr. hvut, telephone
in every room. Special attention
S'lilt SAI.i: - Tvv o very cholie lots
on f!ilvtr uvetiue; close to ll-gh-
land purk: u big bargain. M. P.
rTAM M, Aga-nt.
Foil HALF. Furniture, almost new
Apply 4IS Ronth Third. Phone 170
THE SEARCH FOR
How Can I Get Well
Too many useful lives Ml an un
timely grave. Many who suffer from
tubeiiulosls In s.,mi one of its var
ions forms ome long distances to
ava.l Ihemselva-s uf this parliaulur
climate. Iielp-v ing us they t!o that all
they need is good food,, rest and
pla-nly of ftfsli air to kill the germs
that are slowly sapping their life
away. Vet aai veiy many are labair
Ing under u sad oelusion.
The leieni ,nl,lii utloc in theae
columns of the death rule of con
eumpftva-a who coma here for the
benefit of Ibis climate is certainly
appalling and a iiumu coiiv I living ar
xumciil that ctlmute alone Is not suf
ficient In many niaes to destroy the
germs of Ibis most dreaded disease.
It was thia fact that led Dr.
rk-hweiiiisf r to instull Iho most elab
orate i "luipmeiit known to medical
faience for the special treatment of
The wonderful Inhiilatoilum, where
highly medicated vapur under a
ateam pressure of from Ii to 25
pounds Is inlaled and forced directly
into the diseased parts of the lungs
snd sir pasaages. producing an imme
diate effect, killing tho millions ol
polnaitioua germs thst feed upon the
delicate tissues, thereby assist h.g all
other beneficial agencies In restoring
I the patient to health,
If you sre a sufferer the doctor In
vites ou to rail. e will carefully
, examine you frae of charge and will
then Huvise you the best course to
pursue to get Wa.ll. . ,
41 filar Kulle ft. Arm I Jo llblst. Hours,
lit At p. an.
I litoiefl )fta, TIT. HottfS), loai.
OB 'S VERDICT
Santa Fe will Settle Sheep
Caw with Senator Barth
jurymen Charged Senator
Twice for Freight
More money than the Jury award
ed is to be paid by the Hantn Fe rail
way company to Senator Isnne Unrth
whose suit against the company In
the district court ended yeaterdny It
wns admitted, the senator anld to
day, thut he was entitled to more,
mid the rnmpany has agreed to set
tle on a enllsfaa tnry basts.
Hennlor Ilarth Instituted suit
I.2U0U claimed as recompense
loss In weight on n shipment of sheep
over the Hnnta Fe from Oallup to
this city. At the same time '.he com
pany filed suit for freight on the
shipment. The two cases were tried
It was uilniltted by the senator that
the freight was due, and Judge P.ay
nobis Instructed the lury Thursday
to return a verdict of $719 for tho
railroad. The Unrth case went to
the Jury after the Instructed verdict
i or i ne ran man
was handed In. Yes
terday, the verdict, which hnd been
rena hed the night before, was handed
in. II awarded the Senator $404.
Benntor Unrth got n shuck "when
he heard It. It is said that the Jury,
forgetting about the instructed ver
illct. which had already given the
railroad Judgment for tho freight
laim.-d, hud deducted the amount
of tiie freigtit bill from the damage
Henutor llurth wns getting ready
to seek a new trial of the rase when
the railroad iigreed to terms of set
tlement. The sum named In the sa t
tlinient has not been made public,
but It is said to be substantially
what the plaintiff sought.
Judue liaynobls yesterday grantei,
.i divorce to tsliloro Ioffmeyer from
Salome riurille loffineyer, on the
kio a ml of abandonment. Tho couple
wa-re married in Santa Fe in Febru
ery, They have no children.
M. C. urtix was the plaintiff's law
yer. In the cae of ths- Whitney com
pany of this i'ity against Noswald
Milling company. Judge Itaynolds
g.ive Judgment tor ffr2. the nmoun'.
due on an unsettled account. The
offense made no appearance in the
1 Mst r let Attorney Manuel IT. Vigil
went Into court yestarlay to move the
dismissal of the case against Trini
dad l.i, pen, a linnchos de AIIiHiif r-
Hie youth, who was bound over to
I )he grand Jury yt-sierduy by Justice
of the Peace Sandoval The boy
was found wandering about l:ancha
Aibuquf raiue. II waa properly a var
rancy, nnd not a grand Jury matter,
and. Inasmuch as the boy's relatives
were prepared to lalte charge of
him, the district attorney hud him
brought Into ca.url and freed.
The court signed un order permit
ting the substitution of I. I.. Chaves
for J. t.nrenxo llubba-ll ns guardian
for Thomas H. Ilubbell. Jr . in th"
case of Thomas P Ilubbell, Jr., by I.
I.renso Ilubbell, his guardian,
against Sofia A. Ilubbell, adminis
tratrix of the estate of Thomas S
f.Aitnru) to m-rrriiv
urn ji w imNT iiF.Mtivfi
James n. Clarfield, former secre
tary of the interior, who was In thl
city recently In connection with the
legal battle for thf control of the -Northwestern
Colonization and Im- W.TT
provement company, will return to WALL STREET ENDS
Albuaiueniue next week. Hearing '-n I TTi"P TjrPT"Tar TTTTW ft
tho U. warranto proceedings Instl-j S'S'ft. . ie-nae.
luted by Mr. linrf.eld. District Attor-STEADY MARKET
ney Vigil and their associates in the
compuny Is to be held before Judge (n. s,, Wlrf( , K,enn Herald 1
Haynolds in the district court April Xew yrki MP n ij.-ji niarkel
S. and Mr. tlarfield Is expected to rOM(t eady. Traders sold more
come here April II to attend It. I freely today. Further news of the
Trial la On. i fur-reuchlng economic. In force by-
Trial of the suit of Francisco ,he railrouds and of sluggish trade
l.ucero y Montoya against tho Itoyal condltlnna made the bulls timid and
Insurance compuny for 15.00, which j they bought only when the full In
was begun yesterday, was still on at
the dlstria't court today, with no
prospect of enc' ,slnn unda-r twai or
three days. The plaintiff has siim-
moneii loiirieen witnesses ana tnis
afternoon a.nly the fourth hud been j
called so far. Marmn aft Wood are
conducting the a-ase for the plaintiff. I
and Iliirkhanlt at Coors and for- ,
mir Judge P.alward A. Mann are
the luwyets for the ili-frndutit.
ON SAN FRANCISCO
Herman Hchwelxer of the Harve
system returned home this afternoa.n
front Hun I .ego and Han Francisco,
h here he has been for several days
on business. Mr. Sch waller was in
San Francisco during the conferena-o
f western passenger traffic offl-
cl.ils to fix rates fo the Panama- Pa
cific exposition snd Joined the party
cf traffic men In a special train and
automobile tour of tho exposition
"The progress made at the exposi
tion In the wsy of const ruction since
my lust visit, is simply wonderful,"
Id Air. Si hw eixer. "Ths exposition
rlty Is going- up like magic. ft win
lie undoubtedly the moat Wonderful
of all world expositions.''
flironha MaMiuaaii Trouble Cureal.
There Is nothing mors discnuraxing
than a chronic disorder of the stom
ach. Is It not surpiising that many
suffer lor years with am h an ailment
when a permanent cure Is wlinin their
reach and may be had for a trifle?
"About one year sxo." says P. II.
V.cck. of Wakelee. Mich., 'I bought a
package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and
since using them I have felt peifcct
Iv well. I had previously used any
number of different medicines, but
none of them ware of any lasting ben
etlt." For sale by al' druggists.
The HERALD Want Ads get
the best results.
OVER DIRTR OF
"Princess Alice" Mother of
Healthy Youngster who is
Promptly Christened "Tarn
Bon." SECOND ELEPHANT TO
BE BORN IN CAPTIVITY
There was much Joy at the 8H-Floto-llufTalo
HIM circus grounds In
Hopewell park shortly before Ibe
for j doors opened for this afternun's tit-r-for
. formance. Orneral Manager F. H
Hutchinson .Hid hla army of ticket
selien and a ui,i.,yers were waiting for
the word "!o." when a messenger boy
arrived with . ti l.-xr.iui whlih rend as
Mr. F. It. Hutchison,
General Manager Sells-Floto Cirrus
and llufTalo Hill Himself,
Albuquerque, N. M.
At ten minutes of eleven male ele-
I nhani was born
Prlin-pHs Alla-e be
Mayor, half a
' haved spli tnlnlly
! dorm doctors and all newspapers
; were represented. F.vcrything i-nrio
i easy, no excitement. Hy general con
sent It was ahristene l "Tambon "
, Will wire you tonight how It Is gel-
, ting a'ong.
Tetl Allspiiw nnd all good folks down
our way li s a nillllon-dnllur baby.
, H. H. TAMMKV."
The bnby derives Its nnme "Tam
bon" from Mcsrs. H. H Tammen ami
P. O. Ilonllls, associate owners of the
, Sells-Floto' circus nnd llufTalo Hill
Himself ns well as the Denver Post.
i The circus folk have baen on the im
vhi ever since Its arrival n Alhtifiier.
isie for the new arrival has been ex
pected dally and II was only Last
evening lh::t Fred Allspuw, In char-'
of the menagerie returned to the cir
aus. having remained In Denver to
make the necessary preparations for
the care and comfort of the Milll .n
Dollar lla hy." No estimated value i
iciin be placed upon the new arrival ns
It Is the spi nnd baby elephant ever)
, born In captlv ity the first being born
In Salinas. California in the samel
mother, "Princesn Alice" In II2 and'
was later killed In a wreck at Pen
The circus had fully expe.-ted to
bring Alice with them to Alhitnuern'M
for the opening date and preparations
had already been made for a notable
christening of the baby hy Colonel
Cody llufTalo Hill Himself). How
ever at the last minute It was found,
neaessary to leave her In the winter
'Hiarieis. owing to her excited con
ditions due to the shifting of tho
numerous animals from tha4r commo.
I db.us winter homes to the nnlmil
a ages used nn the road. The mother
and bni.y will he shipped to the cir
cus wiihln the nexl few days and Ari
snna will have the opportunity of gee-
, Ing the first baby elephant ever born
to live In captivity.
Try HERALD Want Ads, they
Today Market Reports
certain slocks threatened tu unsettle
the whole list.
The iron and steel grn'ip bore tho
brunt of the selling, the sharp decline
n I'nlted Stules Steel resulting In
haininerlng of stocks of Independent
companies. Prices hardened toward
the close under the Influence of the
customury week end covering. The
bonds were easy,
Closing prices on the more Import
Heading, loi .
Southern Pacific. 93 .
I ninli Pacitic, loa1.
Steel pre lulled lift
New York, Manh 2. Cull money
nominal; no loans.
Time loans weak; (0 days, ti
1 per cent; (0 days, 2 4 1 per
cent, six months, ItiJW per cent.
Mercantile paper, tlr4 per
Commercliil bills, 14.114.
Har silver. & s c . a
Mexican dollars, 4 51,jc.
Lead and Spelter
Louis, March J . Lead
spelter nominal, tu.UMj.
The Metal Markets.
New York, Aluuh 21. The metal
markela were quiet and nominal.
laike copier, 1 15. Oil; electrolytic,
II2V; tasting. 114. 17.
New York, March In. Cotton spot,
tjutet; middling, 11310. gulf, II1.7A.
CHICAGO GRAIN AND
Chicago, March 21. Wheal
WW III 4S lw VIUWlVI
r r t .
oj nonor at
Buffalo Bill to Spend Tomor
row with His Old Comrade
and Friend, General Hngh
L. Scott at El Paso.
As soon as Col. William F. Codv
iHuffalu Hill) finishes with his act
st the 8ells-Flolo-Uuflslo Kill show
tonight, he will hurry away to park
his things and travel ahead of the
company lo F.I Paso. He Is going lo
spend tomorrow nt Fort Illlss, on ths
outskirts of the Pass city, as a guest
of his old comrade and friend, lien.
Hugh I.. Droit, commander of the
troops ut the fort.
When Oen. Hcott heard that Ms
old comrade Was to visit F.I Pnsat
with the big show and that he mlghl
be able to get there In time to spend
a day ut the fort, the general Ins',
no time in writmg Kuffalo Kill to
urge him to cume to Illlss on a visit.
The famous old scout will be a
guest of honor at the fort every min
ute he stuys there. Of course, he
and the general wUI r -rnll the old
duys. when the ha.stllfg were roam
ing the plains nnd both were helping
to win the great western empire.
one of the sights tfiat Cody will
see will be tho prison camp in which
K.tiiiu Mexican soldiers, the remnant
of lluerla'a once splendid srmy of
the north, who fled to the t'nited
States fur refuge when Panchn Villa's
victorious rebels swept upon them at
iJlnagH, are confined. The old
saaiut has seen many sights In the
a-ourse of his varied life, but h''
probably never saw anything quite
like that Internment camp.
ON COTTON POOLING
Washington. Man h 2. After
striking out thf Riiiendment legalising
pooling, thf senate today lecommend
ed the pnss.ige of the bill to regulate
trailing m cotton futures.
The pooling iimetidment legalised
the poling of cotton and the making
of a stipulation not to sell on an ex
change dealing In cotton futures.
The bill ag passed yesterday with a
ptovlsion to legalise the pooling of
cotton to ralae prices wag reconsid
ered on motion of Henutor Smith nf
South Carolina, its author, because of
objections. It waa at first proposed
to let the bill stand with assurances
that he house wuld srike u heealn
that the house would strike out the
provision, but that plan was finally
renator Kenyon dec-tared the pro
vision. In his opinion, legalised what
the supreme court condemned as
violation of the Sherman law In the
case against James A. Patten and
others who were -charged with agree
ing to pool cotton and withholding it
from the New York cotton exchange
in 1I0. with a view of reaping f 10.
OOu.Ofit). Senator Kenyon, as an of
tidal of the department of Justice
then, had (hurge of the Indictments
against Patten and others.
F. Q. Murphy,
airuggist aif I .aa Vegas,
'at the Alvarudo.
off today on account of general rains
In the Southwest. Opening prices
were c to Ac lower, and a
slight uddltlonsl setback ensued be
fore the nurket began to harden.
In corn thete wns a fair amount of
buymg orders, chiefly from out of
town. Prices started unchanged tu
c higher, reacted somewhat and
then rallied again. The close was
unsettled at a ahads oft to c up
compared with lust night.
The close was steady, Sc under
thus held steady and offerings wers
First sab-s of provisions ranrjed
from iic ip, and there was a
subsequent further advance
Wheal May, 3Vc; July, II He.
Corn Mny, "4c; July, tc.
ats May, SVc; July, 40c.
Pork -Mny, 121. ot; July, $21.10.
Lard May. 110.12',,; July, ttOIO.
Itibs May, 11.!5; July, tU.40.
LITZ i!3CK MARKETS
lilcago lrliia It.
rhla-ago, March 2 Hogs He
reipts i.uttO; market strong to Oc
shove yesterday's sverage; bulk, II 10
i light, x.lu 1.70; mixed.
7 35 j s.70; heavy. IK 20 0 1.70;
ruugh. IX.20trs.SB; pigs, l7.1iU0.
Cattle Iteeeipts 200; market
steady; beeves 17.00 411.10. Texas
steers, f7.2i4ik,JO; western steers,
I7.0etri.20; slwkers and feeders.
... I ; cows and heifers, II 701
l.fi'i; calves. Id ntii ou.
Sheep Iteeeipts 4.ti"t market
steady; native. .1.1tit; western,
l&.2S70: yearlings, 14. lit 7.H;
native lambs, ti.iwul.li; western
lambs. 17. 10 If 1. 2i.
Kansas tlly Uveaim k,
Kansas c ity, March 21. Hogs
Iteiolits 400; market steady; bulk,
11 it 1.614; heavy, l60fl.Ci&;
packers and butchers, S 4b ti k.&2 4 ;
lights tl0tfl.4&; pigs. 7.0f 1.15.
Cattle Iteeeipts 100; market
steady; prims fed steers, II.SOtM.IS;
d I rased beef steers. 1 7. 40 fa I. AO. west
ern steers. I7.40UI.50; southern
steers, A.50r 1.00: cows, H.IOffT.fO;
heifers, 14.75 W 1.75; staxkers and
feeders, 14. Htm 00: bulls. It.TAO
7.2i. calves. f.i0tl&0.
Sheep Itecelptg none; market
ateady; lambs. t7.IStil.lt; yearlings,
4.6U47I5; wethers, tt.00Ut.A0: