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SATURDAY, MAY'S, 1906. 'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PLEA OF PRISONERS BEFORE THE BAR Judge Abbot Hands Out Justice to the Guilty With Gratuity. CRAY MAKES PLAINTIVE APPEAL Tho first, prisoner to be sentenced this morning wa3 J. I. Farmer, who over a year ago assaulted a man by tho name of Stitztr, a carpenter, with a saw, breaking a rib and otherwise disfiguring his side. Stitzcr was not doing sumo work according to the re fined taste of Farmer, and tho quar rel en-med. "Did you ever get. into any diffi culty 1 i It this before?" was Judge Ab. bntt's llr.-r. (luesticn to the prisoner. "No. fir," was the answer. . "Hiv.- miic'i of a family have you?" was the next question of the court. "Two children, sir; one 10 and. one 12 years old." came the answer. "Well, wo had bettr make it I2i Bind c;;sts." "I object, if the court please." said Attorney Burkhart, appearing for the prisoner. "This prisoner pleaded guilty, with tho understanding that ho would be extended clemency. Ten dollars would be a heavy fine for him. I'm In favor of withdrawing the plea of guilty." "All right," said t"ie Judge. "We'll allow it, but I couldn't think of re ducing the fine. Ton dollars is insig nificant. I wouldn't have It go out to the public at that." The prisoner was consulted by his attorney, and the pleas of guilty was not withdrawn. The order was made no that tho commitment will not be Issued by sixty days, thus allowing the prisoner two months in which, to ay up. Eduardo Apodaca $50 and Fifty Days. According to District Attorney Clancy, Apodaca struck a. citizen of Duranes on th,?i head with a geo logical specimen Just what kind, lie did not know. The wound Inflicted, though of little consequence, was one that might in tome cases prove fatal. The prisoner had pleaded guilty to assault, and battery, and had thus thrown (himself on fhe mercy of the court. Apodaca is the same, who at this term of .court, had been acquit ted on tho charge of rape. In both eases it was plainly evident that drink had really been the disturbing cle ment, and was tire, primary cause of Apoilr.ca's downfall. N "What did you strike that man for?" queried the court. "An old score," was the answer. "Had J'OU been dnr.King?" , "Yes, sir," "I wonder If von realize that you 'nave rotten in serious trouble hy too mur'i drink. Are you married?" "N'r, sir." "What do vou do fr a living?" "Labor." i Oil ii;-ommenila.ticn of the district blarney, the light sentence of a fine of tzo and fifty days and costs, was given Apodaca., the Jail sentence to h Misnended pending good behavior. District Attorney-- Clancy suggested (that probably the only way Apodaca would have of ipaylng his fine would he by some one hiring him and ad vancing him tho money, following out some of the old customs of the coun try. , Frank Jon4s $50 and Costs. Fran. Jones, the young man wbo took a, pistol from a w'.iow case at the Whitney company's store, while a clerk was watching him, pleaded guilty to larceny of a shop and was sentenced to pay a fine of $30 and costs. Jones was also given some food for thought by the court: "How long have you lcen in Jail?" "Two months, sir," was the plain tive answer. "How dues it. happen that jou didn't tell us the truth about having worked in Dis-bee? We wrote to the address you pavie us there, and the firm says that they never had the name of Frank Jones on their books. What have you to say for yourself?" "Well, Judge, you wo, I waS in the h"'.v business that's how I happen to have two names." "Yes, you are evidently a young man going around drinking and throw ing yourself away, and I suppose you aro going to do it in the quickest pos sible time," said Judge Abbott. "When you get out: of this trouble, you ougbt to conclude that you have been on tho wrong road, and take tho oppo site one." With that. Judge Abbott called for another prisoner. S. L. Cray Is Released. It was a touohing scene that pre sented itself in the court room, when Gray, t.he confidence man, was called to tho bar. in it stood a young man with a newspaiu.T education. Every contour of his countenance bore the imprint of good breeding. Intelli gence, gotten only by application and education, wa.s stamped on ewry feature. His clothes fit, and they were clean, despite tho wear of four months in the county jail. "How long have you been In jlil?" tho judgu inquired of the prisoner. It ws with si.nie efTort that the prisoner answered: "Since January, jUili-'O." Then Depu-y Shi rift Hvyn was called ution as to dray's behavior. while in jail. "He's been a mo. 11 pr.soner. your honor," said the deputy. "He did a pood deal of work around the Jail, su n as paint lug." "He didn't paint it red, did be?" queried the court. "Yes, sir, the paint was red," was the. answer. Thm Attorney T. X. WilWerson made an appeal for ( leniency for his client. "I don't want t soul him to the pen," responded the court. "Do you think that the punishment, you have received is well so.iked in, so it won't wash off th.. first rain?" This last, quest ion of the court was direct to the prisoner, and the answer was: "I think it has, judge." "Where is this girl thav you have been depriving of your coniinanv?" "She's in Washington. Judge." Th-u faltering answi r was about a girl, who should have h' come Mrs. O ray last March. "My mother doesn't Vlimw why I'm hero. I toll them ibat I was U'ing jn-l.i n witness in another case. 1 expect to go up ill Wisconsin as soon as I'm r leased, and to work. 1 didn't get a cent of the money secured by Morris and I in Albuquerque. Af ter I got in jail, Morris went to tin hotel and got the envelope left in the safe thre and . took all the money. Mr. Wilkerson is fighting my case for nothing," was tho prisoner's plaintive appeal. "We'll make the penalty $25 and cost nnl suspend execution for three months, during which time we hope to h (ir fuun you. Xow, be & good ci.tlr.en." Thee were Julgo Abbott's closing renin rks. "I thank yon, Judge," was the pris oner's grateful reply. It will be remembered that Gray swindled a numlwr of merchants on a scheme which he and a man named Morris worked, by representing them selves as representatives of the N&- llrmul Cnmnii.rc Inl Trn w-lrra' njmopiA- tion, souring mimvs n a petition to' be presented to the Western Tassen- for hearing, but one, arrested for be ger association, favoring the inter- i,ls intoxicated, had not sufficiently changeable mileage books. O. N. sobered up to allow of a hearing anil Marron, of the Southwestern Brewery his case went over until tomorrow and Ice company, was the prosecuting morning. w itness against Gray. The latter (j ji jamfM w.,0 conducts a res galned leniency from the court by no tatirant on South First street, was tusing to. accept his freedom when arraigned In police court this mom Horselhief llaca broke Jail a few I1R on complaint of Mrs. W. H. Tny weeks ugo. lor, employed heretofore, in the Jones' UNIVERSITY BOYS MFT DPFFAT ,1LLI ULl all of whom corrobrated Mrs. Taylor's 'statement after which Jones was call- AT HANDS OF HUSKY FARMERS ed to the stand. OF MESILLA PARK WHO WIN ; He made a strenuous endeavor to BY A SCORE OF 82 TO 26 IN reach the witness stand without fall- POINTS. ! ing, and Just succeeded. i .n.i! "Jones, you're drunk," exclaimed Yesterday on the conquerors field. j,oip(, Judg(J Crawfordi the University of New Mexico track, ..NozZPr yor ,,onor. Just drlnkln, team went down to defeat before the a1 .. onslaughts of their enemies, the. -Veli; what have vou got to sav for "farmers" of the Agricultural and yoltrBelf ln rPforence to Mrs. Tavlor's Mechanical college, at Mesilla . Park, charges against vou," asked' his in the dual spring meet, by the de- . honor. cTsive score of 82 to 26. "Xu'sshin' 'tall." responded Jones, Alvord and Allen of the University thlckly "you asker questions an' I'll did good work, landing firsts in the anRher- whassher wanter know?" pole vault and 220-yard hurdle race, ..j want tJ know lf yo.ve got $15 and 880 yard run, but in every other to pay vour flne refortPj ,iie Judge, event the husky farmers walked away ; highly "incensed, "because if you uuui mc fuiwioiijr w a ""&" i thev were tied Allen, In tho 88n-yard run, which he made in 2 minutes, 14 seconds, low ered the territorial record for this distance, ronowing ure me eveuLa, . with winners, records, etc: I (Xote Agricultural and Mechanical college designated as (A), University of Xew Mexico as (U.) ! 100 yard dash Patterson (A.), 1st; Miller (A.), second; Alieu tu;, -sa. T me. 10 3-5 seconds. I High Jumn Graham (A.), 1st; i Stoneking (A), 2d; Redding (A), 3d. rl(linK off two wheels from ln front of Record, 5 feet, 4 Inches. different stores cu Railroad avenue. Pole Vault Alvord (U). 1st; Alle-jj,, poC(? cfmrt this morning he was man (A.), 2nd; Elllcott, (A.), 3d. fin0(1 yt for bpnR drunk, no charge 6f Height, 9 feet, 3 inches. larceny being filed against him. 220 yard dash Miller (A.), 1st; Indalesio ' Viilalobos, the "village Mata (A.) 2d; Sullivan (A), 3d.:wolr.. was takcn ,nto cust0liy yes Time, 23 2-5. Iterday on complaint of two Italians 12-pound hammer Redding (A.), w!lo stateii thnt. Viilalobos, a watch 1st; Kearney (A.), 2d; Bouts (A), ,n;litr in old Albuquerque, had taken 3d. Record. 123 feet, 4 iaches. : from each of them a watch to repair 220- yard hurdles Allen (U), 1st; an(1 that u,,(m them asking for their Heald (U.. 2nd; Stoneking (A.), 3d. ; wa(f,lu,8 BOIUO dayi) atl,r jie informed Time, 28 4-5 seconds. I them that ho had lost the watches. Discus Kearney (A.), 1st; Redding This seep.s to be a favorable method 2d; AUcu (U.), 3d. Record, '()f VilKiobos' for acquiring time 96 feet, 9 inches, 120 yard hurdles Graham (A.), 1st; Allen (U.) 2d; A. Graham (A.), 3d. Time 19 1-5 seconds. 12 pound shot Redding (A.), 1st; Kearney (A.). 2d; Heald (U.), 3d. Distance, 40 feet, 1 inch. 440 yard dash Miller I (A. 1st; i Mata (A.), 2d; Sullivarf (A.), 3d. Time, 61 1-3 Blonds. Ktiiinmtf tjniad jump tsoms tfl.;, 1st; Alvord (U.), 2d; K. Graham lAj, 3d. Distance, 19 ffet, 8 inches. 8S0 yard run Allen (U.), 1st; Mata (A.), 2d; Gillman (A.), 3d. Time, 2 minutes, 14 seconds. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION WILL NOT MEET IN SAN FRANCISCO JULY 9 TO 13. THIS YEAR, AS PREVI OUSLY ARRANGED. Prof. J. E. Clark, superintendent of the public schools of this city, has re ceived the following important cir cular letter: Executive Committee, In Session, Au ditorium Hotel. Chicago, 111., April 28, 19U6. To tho Hoard of Directors and the Active Members of the. National Educational Association: In view of the appalling calamity which has visited San Francisco, it is impossible for the National Educa tional association to hold its meeting this year in that city. After fully con sidering all the letters and telegrams which have been received from all parts of the United States, and after carefully weighing what is due the people of San Francisco, the exe cutive committee, under the authority conferred upolt by the board of di rectors at its last meeting the board of trustees, now in session, concur ring decides to postpone the annual convention of the National Educa tional association for one year, to a place yet to be determined. They Join in the hope that the association may meet in San Francisco as soon as feasible. Trusting that, you will acquiesce ln this conclusion which has been reached after mature consideration, we are. Very respectfully yours. NATHAN C. SCH AEFFER. President N. E. A. IRWIN SHEPARD, Secretary N. E. A. REMAINS OF SUICIDE SHIPPED TO DENVER TONIGHT. THE FATHER, McGINTY, ARRIVING JOHN FROM TO AC- MANUELITO ON NO. 8 COMPANY REMAINS. The remains of James P. McGinty, locomotive fireman who suicided yes terday in a room at the Elite hotel by Ukint; an overdos of morphine, will be shipped to Denver tonight on No. 8, his lather, John McGinty. of Man uelito, i;aviuK wireu tuai ne womu in ui n.viL u.ii auu the i'ouy of his son to Denver where the deceased formerly lived, beins a' member of Arapahoe Lodge, No. 380, II. of L. F., of Denver, and havlui? a brother there connected with the Denver fire denartment. It is understood that the dead man canted J 1.5UO life insurance In the lodge to which he belonged. Mem- Kentucky, an 1 experts his family here hers of the Albuquerque lodge of Ixi- "Miiorrow night from Kana City, (oiuotlve Firemen will accompany the where they have hern visiting rela bodv from liorders' undertaking par- and friends. All will remain lois tr the depot. . bero until Tuesday, when they will I take the limi:sl train for Winslow. YOURS FOR THE TAKING and spend a few davs wljh Mr. and FREE LUNCH AT THE WHITE EL-'.Mrs. 1'. A. Itoss, relatives. lYom EPH ANT. , Win-.-low Mr. Osborne and family will o ' )ix)eeed to Sjii Francisco and otlu r Mcintosh Urowns vs. Itarelas, Sun-'ixiints In California. They will be day at Traction, Park. Winning team j to receive entire gate receipts. JOTTINGS FROM POLICE CIRCLES Restaurant Keeper James Goes to Jail For Insult ing a Woman. WATCHMAKER GETS SIXTY DAYS When police court convened this morning three victims wci-n lirmknil restaurant, who stated to tho court that Jones hail early this morning abused her with the vilest of Ian- Kuage. Several witnesses were heard, haven t you go to Jail for fifteen days." Jones became highly indignant, stated that he appealed from the judge's decision, became so noisy and boisterous that It took the combined efforts of two policemen to remove nlm fronl the Cullrt room to the clty dungeon, where he still languishes, sobering up. Carculano Contrazes. with n pen chant for whiskey and bicycles, was taken Into onstoiiv Inst nlirht nflep ileces. as several other complaints ,have been tnnde acalnst him iu the )aKt- Hi3 defense was that he really had lost the watches and that ho ha,d no lnoney to make good tor thomi but a9 he has "lost" o many in the past judge Crawford could not see it that way and Rnve him sixty days in the county jail. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Mr. and Mrs. Anna Anderson and two children, coloticd people, who were in tho Oakland earthquake, ar rived in tho city last night, accom panied by their relative, Mrs. Tybltha Watson, who went after them. Mrs. Anderson is a neice of Sam Watson. County S.iperinteiuleni of Schools St roup yesterday Issued a proclama tion fixin?; tho e lection day for the se lecting of school directors in each school district in Bernalillo county as June 4. One school director will be.tleeted In each district, and one appointment will le made by the county superintendent. According to the territorial law, every person pay ing jkiII tax has a right to vote at this election. C. N. Bl-ackwell, cashier of the First National liank of Raton, and president of thi.'i New Mexico Bank ers' association, Is still In tho city, but will return to Raton this evening. Mr. Blackwell is a Shriner, and took in the doings here yesterday. In speaking of Raton, Mr. Blackwell stated that "Raton is growing .nicely wiithout. any loom, and Is on of the solid, substantial towns of the terri tory." Tho soldier trains expected last night did not. arrive until la-e this mcrning. The first carried Troops G and H, First United States cavalry' and the second carried troops E and F, of tho same regiment. The First regiment Is leing transferred from Fort S.im Houston to tho Presidio, at S;in Francisco, Cat. Eieh; troops of the same regiment, which have been stationed at Foil Clarke, have also bieu ordered to San Francisco. If tomorrow opens without Indica tions of a wind storm, a large num ber cf city iop!o wiil picnic ra the canyons of t.he Sandia mountains, lf, however, the day shows that a wind storm will prevail, such indications will deter some of the more sensible from vi-iting the mountains, but oth ers will make the trip, regardless of conditions. Just to be out of the ity one day, and to gamli 1 among the rocks and barren wastes of our near by summer outing resorts. Henry Ohlmeyer, manager of amiL- mi nts at the Coronado Tent City, Cal., is spending the day ln the city, while en route east to arraine for his land, which will arrive in Al buquerque on May 27, leaving Chi cago in a private car on May 5. The hand will remain here three days, (practicing on the 27th, and giving i public ro'ic-rts on the 2Sth and Franz Helle, Soiisa's great Iluegel i,oru H,loi.st, accompanies the cr- i Hnizat ion ' ' '" V',J'. Os',orn,' wh" ls a K''"' - tucky legator, represent in the civhty-sixih district of that s'a'o, ls 1,1 ,:,v ar"' wa ,hw n"'"'-B n ;troduce.l to several IocjI K iitueki- '2ns l,v 1 ,'(n,'i a. a. irimuie. .nr. I Osl.onie is li.mi Robertson county , I absent from the Hlue Grass state a month or tlx weeks. FIRST HOLY COM MUNION TOMORROW n A'.ll, t M U l I U tlUtrV, n. Jlit H lilt Church of Immaculate Conception. ; o'clock in the Woman's Club rooms, inrc ri nr c note urn r ini c i C,,1,111orclal clnl building, corner of LAKlit ILAlJ Or DOT) AU lllKLX I Fourth street and G. Id avenue. Sun- day school at 9;4". O Tomorrow inorninK a veiv pn-tty ' Hclden Mission ( Baptist) Moun itnd devotional ceremony will be held j taln road and Seventh street. Sun aA the church of the Immaculate Om.!'-'y "f1"1 t 3 P. m. l'rea.hlng by cept Ion. fdnxa of twentv-fonr chll.," dr r.n, boys and girls about 12 years 1 f age, will receive for the first time ! Holv Communion, from t'.ie hands of Rev. A M. Mandalarla. S. .1.. in the presence of their parents, relatives, friends and a large congregation. In deed, the church will be too small to accommoda'e even standing, all those who wish to see the prettiest func tion of the year. The music of the high mass, which will lectin at 7 o'clock, will lie furnished by the Im maculate Conception choir. Father Mundalarl will be celebrant, assisted by tho Sanctuary Boy's so ciety. After tho -holy communion, mid at the end of mass, the happy little children will repair to St. Mary's hall, where they will be treated to a breakfast, prepared by their moth ers, who will even wait on them. With this, tho morning ceremony will tiobc. In the afternoon at 3 o'clock, the ftanie children 'and the congregation will assemble again In the church for tho renewal of their baptismal vows. Aft'.r the renovation of vows, a sol emn benediction will bring to a close tho happiest day of this year's first communicants'. Following is the list of mimes: Boys Frank Hubbell, Louis Hes selden, Nestor Montoya, John O liughlln, Richml Hrennan. Walter Wihlte, Richard Lchrman and Ray mond Espinosa. Girls Agnes Hogan. Lucy Baca, LucllLo Truswell, Josie Trosello, Georgia Luntz, Julia Keleher, Mar garet Schmltt, Sofle Yrlsarri, Ijorraine Ass?lln. Vlona M. Morris, Ruth Sim pler, May lAwler. Alma Miers. May Plot, Mary A. Spring, Florence Dunn. GRAND BANQUET LAST EVENING WITH DANCING, WOUND UP BAL LUT ABYAD TEMPLE SPRING CEREMONIAL SESSION. The spring ceremonials of the Bal lull Abyad temple, Albuquerque Mys tic Shrlners, came to an end last Right with a banquet, which for ele gance aivl elaborateness of appotni metv's, surpai-sed anything in this line that the Shrlmcrs have hereto fore undertaken, after which dancing was Indulged in until the early hours of mom. Althoitch tho Shriners were disap pointed in their proposed trip to Ls Angilo3, they madir. up ror it ny nav ing the time of their lives last even ing. Preceding the banquet, a court ot Isis was lipid, the Daughters of Isis initiating sixteen ladies into ths mys teries of tihe order. Next Month. Juno 14, the Koswen lodge of Shriners will also hold a ceremonial session, but it. is doubt less if anv territorial meeting ! can corns up to the success of yesterday's ceremonies by the local and visiting Shriners. Most of the visiting Shrbiers, who were here from nil over the territory, returned to their respective homes during the (ley, all declaring' with one accord, before de; irting. that this spring's ceremonial p ssioo, wtMch was to have ix-en merely a prelude to the trip to l.;s Angeles, that Albil querquear.u and Albuquerque S'hrin ers were capital entertainers. EXERCISES HELD IN FOURTH WARD SCHOOL The following program was render ed by Miss Vaughn's pupils in the Fourth ward school at the May Day exercises: Song "The Woods" School Crowning the May Queen. Address of Welcome by the Queen who then conducts the remainder of the program. Song The Month of May School Dialogue '"GiiltheriiiK Flowers' ...... Four Boys Recitation "Edith's Secret" Irene Starr Song "The .Musician" School Recitation "The Illueliell" Marie Williams Solo "Tho Four Leaf Clover" Josephine Walker Recitation "May" ..Veronica Martin Song "Little Nov Hlue" School Memory (Jems Six llnys and Girls Recitation "A Little liird Tells".. Oiive llardlnc Song "The Shell" School Riddles About Hirds Eight Hoys Recitation "Somebody's Knocking" Winifred Morse Oriole Nest Song Six Girls Drama of the National FIowcm. . . . Harold Wickham, 1..-. r Ufeld, How ard Gilbert, Edward Kennebeck, Olive Harding. Columbia: Win ifred Morse, Ennbiiid: Jose phone Walker. Ireland; Vjln.i l.,tto.Mii.. I'r.'tnre -' l ....... THE REGULAR FIFTY CENT DIN- GOOD SUNDAY DINNER. PATRON NER AT THE ZEICER RESTAU-1 IZE THE REGULAR FIFTY-CENT RANT TOMORROW, FROM 12 TO 3 SUNDAY DINNER AT ZEIGER'S P.M. THE BEST IN THE CITY. RESTAURANT TOMORROW. VAUDEVILLE 2:30 P.M. At the Casino, SUNDAY, May 6th, '06 After each perf without extra char-'' i iiiee the chairs will ! PAUL SHONE ixdng Hand Stands ': 'I allies. Chairs, etc., Youngest Cb:! ! d'dng this kind of an Act. MADELYN SHONE. As Rag Time Liz. Also introducing "My N"ne is Mor- gan. Hut It A'in' .I I'. (Published hy P. J. Ilawley. 4! -vl St.. N. Y. WILLIAM SCHOENE. In Feats of Streng'1: n the Roman Rings. ADMISSION. Adult BASE BALL Mclntos Browns vs. Barelas. Game called at 2:30 at Trac tion Park. Entire gate receipts go to winning team, so that insures a red hot game. Admission 25; grandstand free. QhurchS Christian Church Located on tho northeast corner of Gold avenue and linu.tway. Rev. i;. Crawford, pastor. Services tomorrow morning, only. Christian Science Services at 11 - 'v - l- ell at .i:30 p. 111. Woman's circle at 3 ',la'- Prayer meeting p. in. ednes at 7:4." n. in. "arwaj. Sewing schK)l at 3 p. m. Saturday, St. John's Episcopal Church Cor ner bf Fourth street and Silver ave nue. Holy communion at 7:30 n. m. Sunday school at 10 . in. Hixly com munion and sermon at 11 a. in. Ev en, ng prayer, (n account or tho !ac calaureate), at 4 p. in. All s ats free. A. G. Harrison, rector. 0 First Presbyterian Church (Elks' opera house.) Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. ni. Rev. Ruip, jiastor of Grace Reformed church, Northamp ton, Pa., will preach ln the morning. In the evening there will be a union sen-ice, at which the Rv. Barron will deliver tho baccalaureate ad dress to the students of die Univer sity of New M.xlco. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Christian .Endeavor at 7 p. in. Stranger welcome. Rev. Hugh A. Cooper, minister. O Highland Methodist Church Locat ed B 312 South Arno street. J. M. Sollie. pastor. Sunday school a 9:4.) a. in. J. 1). Emmons, sitiierin'er. U vt. lYe.iching at 11 a. in., by the I'.-'V. W. S. Huggvlt, of Gillup. .S' .a ment. cf tho Lord's Supper ad..'' is tered at 2:30 p. m. Love fcas' t ducted by the Rev. W. IV Claytc ... A missionary rally will be held in t ie tCiurch at 8 p. m., In the service of which many will bo expected to :"? tart. Strangers made welcome. Baptist Church Sunday school at 9:50 a. m. Organ prelude. Introduc tion ti Mendelssohn's Oratorio of St. Paul, "Holy, Holy, Lord, God," by the congregation. Invocation, hymn, scripture reading and prayer. Solo, "One Sweetly, Solemn Thought," by Mr. B. H. Colllster. Organ offertory, from Stahat Mattr. Anthem by the choir, "Oh, for a Closer Walk Wlui God." Sermon at 11a. in., by George H. Givans, delegate to the Methodist district conference. Organ postlude, "March." Mrs. Rosa Futrelle-Gldoon Is organist end T. Y. Maynard, chor ister. There will be no evening serv ices, all Joining In the University services at Elks' hall. o Congregational Church Located on Broadway lit the east: end of tho viaduct. Rev. J. W. Barron, paslor. Sunday school at 11 o'clock. Prof. Hodgin. superintendent. Lesson, "The Parable of the Tares." Morn ing service at 9:45 o'clock. Topic of a brltf address, "The Communion Feast, Its Meaning for Us." Anthem, "Jubilate Deo," (Dudley Buck), quar tet. Y. P. S. C. E. will meet at 7 o'clock. Topic, "Among the Wi.ieat or the Tares; Where Am I?" No ev ening service. Th'o congregat Ion will unite wCth the churches of the city at 8 p. m. for the baccalaureate serv ice of the university sermon to be preaiiied by Rev. J. W. Barron. First MethodistEplr.copal Church Rev. J. C. Rollins, 1). I)., pis tor. Sun day school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. The pastor will preach tho annual educational ser mon on, Virtue ana Kiiowieugo. There will bo special music. The Bp- worth .League meets at 7 p. m., and the them.". Is, "Our Oall tn Service." The pastor will lead this service. There will be no evening service, as the congregation will participate in the university baccalaureate services at the otiora house at H o'clock. Strangers, and those having no r- manent church home, are cordially invited to all services. The church is loca-ed iat the comer of Ijiad avenue and South Third street. SMITH-BfcCKER NtPIALS - John Decker, Jr., son of John Deck er, the big general merchant at He len, was married at Trinidad early In the week to Miss Stella Smith, one of the society favorites of the Colorado city. Tho wedding took place in the Episcopal church nt 7:30 o'clock In the evening. Tho affair was marked by the extravagance with which (lowers had been bestowed aliout the pulpit of the church, :vid by the large number of people who wit nessed it. Mrs. Hecker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Smith, who are among the oldest and most respected resi dents of Trinidad. The bride and groom arc at present .jotirning in "Denver pri.ir to going' to their new home at Helen. IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD SUNDAY DINNER, PATRON IZE THE REGULAR v FIFTY-CENT SUNDAY DINNER AT ZEIGER'S RESTAURANT TOMORROW. BUY FURNITURE WITH NEWS PAPERS. ASK J. D. EMMONS, THE FURNITURE MAN. i . . . . ,.,&,- -r rkl iau IF YUU WMmi I J t-i'JU T n 8:30 P.M. I and you may dance Madelyn Fred SHONE &. SHONE. ;l c.iuniv Dutch Sketch entitled "Tl". Nr,v Conk." will ( 'oi.rlu.ie wuh a Farce Comedy entitled "DOMESTIC TROUBLES." Mr Drown, a business man ..William Schoeiie Mrs. liniwii, iln boss of the house. .... Madelyn Shone Juk the Fred Shone 15C Children 5c Go-Carts and Carriages Mlbert k 308-310 Railroad Ave., TO xx- rr T u01100 ann to "ash aml lron- Send your airt,MaJsts and Uhlte Presses to us. We will laundry them cor rectlv and will deliver them to you in, a nice hex they will not be crushed or wrinkled. Domestic or gloss finish. Back of Postofflce. Call the Red Wagons. Auto., 319; Colo., Red 148. Your Prescriptions, If Entrusted The Williams Drug Co. will receive the personal care of one of the flraf both of whom are druggists of many ' years' experience. No. 117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Pxcp'r. j J 2 0 West Ratfr oad yiiis Souvenirs OLD ALBUQUERQUE CATHEDRAL ALVARADO H 6 T E L COMMERCIAL CLUB BUILDING. AUSTRIAN CHINA Furniture and Crockery BORRADAILE & A SERVANT THAT NEVER TIRES THE TELEPHONE IS EVER READY TO TAKE YOUR COMMANDS. LET IT DO YOUR WORK. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. oooooo Other results are: Hlurrlng of print when reading nervousness; cloudy vision; eye 'pains; eyes watering; feeling as of sand la tho eyes, and many reflex -ymitoiriH, such as indigestion, constipation, female disor ders, etc. WE EXAMINE YOUR EYES FREE. And tell you whether or not glasses will btlp you. Absolutely correct fit guaranteed. No guets work and no grafliug. Tho ability of our optician, DR. C. H. CARNS, Is second to none. We will bo pleased to servo you. 114 Railroad Avenue. H. YANOW. For the youthful heir, In original and novel designs, are among the lately arrived goods. We have them ..Prettily Upholstered., with all modern Improvements, rubber tired and patent back ad justing device. OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. Fa her Albuquerque, N. M. LA DIBS: Imperial Laundry Go. 100 PER CENT SATISFACTION Is locked up In every box of White Elly cigars until you pry open the Ud Accldent? Just happened? Streak bl luck? Nay, nay. And say it three times and you'll tell the truth thrice! We have studied to make the White IJly the best cigar for five cents you can buy and it Is. By tho box? Fifty for $2. Got the. name? A. J. RICHARDS 113'a WEST RAILROAD AVCNUi. Wines, Brandies. Etc. ? SAMPLE AND 0 CLUB ROOMS Avenue )ooooooooooooc THE FIRST LESSON IN BREAD MAKING. Is the most Important of all; that Is the selection of proper floor. There ls no difficulty about this lf Empress flour la chosen. It la bo good land makes such sweet, whit and nutritious bread as to be un surpassed by any milled. The best bread makers use It for that Terr reason. M. BERGER, Wholesale Agent, 114 West Copper Ave. CO., 117 Gold Avenue THE TELEPHONE WILL RUN YOUR ERRANDS, DO YOUR SHOPPING AND KEEP YOU INFORMED OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS. HOW ARE YOUR EYES? Do you Vnow that more headaches are duo U t-ye strain than to any other ono cause?