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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1906.
PACE FIVE. RG E INITIATION HO KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Tomorrow at the Elks Opera House Lodge Room-Banquet in the Evening-Messrs. Crowley and Lynch, of Chicago, in Attendance. Sunday, October 21. is to lie one been tho order of the day, an t every of thuse memorable days in the exist- effort has been made to make the oc enee of the strong local council of the I caslon a marked success. The prowth Knight of Columbus which will be i of the Albuquerque council has been EASTERN STAR MEET INGS CLOSE TODAY Newly Chosen Officers In stalled This Morning at Masonic Temple. THE CO.MPLETE KOSTEK j Albuquerque Lady Establishes Xew Chapters Airs. Warren's Luncheon at the Alvarado. remembered with Joy and enthusiasm by b:;h the many regular members and tb.' large class of candidates about to be initialed. The three de- remarkable. It is true that the whole order has spread with rapidity over the United States and Can id a, so that there are now sortie 1 ;i.0Mj Knignis, nut when we consider the Brees of the order wiil be exempli- , size of Albuquerque and the youth fled in the Elks' lodge room. At K:43 jf the local council i will appear cer a. in. fill the members of the AHm- j talnly very much to the credit of the querquo council No. 641 and also all I officers that tin re is au assured the candidates, will assemble In bt. membership of nearly 2oo Mary's school building, from whence they will uroeeed to the Immaculate Conception church, where they will receive holy communion In u body at high mass at 7 o'clock. The Immac ulate Conception choir will render the music during the Holcmn service. The initiation ceremonies will com mence at. 1 p. nt., ail the member! and candidates being specially re quested to be there promptly on time in order that the exercises may be facilitated in their regular procedure as much as possible. The members of the local council appointed to demostrate the first nnd second de crees are: T. B. Garuan, G. K.; .1. U. McManus. 1). G. K.;'J. H. Obphant, The principles mum which tho an- clety is. based are noble-nn,l inspir ing; the ceremonies employed in the installation of members are whole some and impressive, nnd the efforts which this association has already made for the good of society and of the church have distinctly recom mended it to the attention of all members of the Catholic relipion. The society is distinctly a fraternal organization, and being cemented In Its membership bv noble ideals both as to country and religion, it is worthy of the attention of all Catho lic young men. It la also a militant society. On account of the social and religious exigencies of the times this C: R. J. Archer, W.; H. U. Wallen-i trait of the organization will likelv horat, I. G.; and I T. Delaney, F. S. develop into one of Its most marked The mnsical accompaniment to the characteristics, and in this way it ceremonies will be given by the will prove Itself of the most eminent Knights of Columbus choir under the benefit to society. Its efforts In this leadership of M. P. Kelly. The ex emplification of the second degree will take place at 3 p. m., and that of the third at 6 p. m. District direction so far have been confined principally to the furtherance of Catholic education, the encourage ment or t athollc ideals, the spread Deputy J. J. Crowley anil suite of . or good literature, the defense of Chicago will exemplify the major de- j Catholic rights and principles and sree. denunciation of the present moral A large number of candidates have evils afflicting society, it is afflll taken advantage of this opportunity I ated with the American Federation of Mo seek admission into this progress-j Catholic Societies. The splendid ive society. It has been deemed ad- j growth and social activity of the vlsable to limit the number to fifty i Knights has also brought it to the and it Is practically assured that fully attention of non-Catholics, and as it that number of qualified applicants , Is distinctly non-antagonistic in its will be initiated. Among those who principles nnd action towards those of have qualified for membership are other faiths, their criticism must nat the following names: William Iieau- ; urally be somewhat favorable. While champ, Frank Kruske, George P. Pat- there is much indifference in matters, rinse, r. j. aicsnane. jos. 11. Asseim, j ot religion .nowadays, yet there is Karl Wilson. Thos. I.abarge, Herman j that in all human beings w hich in (Jlosetter, Emil Glosetter, Pat. M. Ma- j wardly encourages and admires the loney, W. T. Doherty, P. O'Grady, C. men who are courageous enough to F. McDermott, C. F. lterger, . I. Peters, frankly manifest, the faith in which A. S. Tessler. J. J. Kelly. V. Chls- they conscientiously and 'firmly be- noim, uwen a. Kane, tiornian Hei- i neve. l tils mny be done either by lnap, J. Fogarty, J. S, Brangle, M. J. j attention to duty, by action, influence The brand order of Hie Eastern Slfir convened this morning ut Ma sonic temple lo Install the new ofli cers elected at the meeting yesterday afternoon. The appointive, officers were named this morning by Mrs. Lena Ikilton of Carlsbad, the newly elected grand matron of tho order. They were installed this morning with the elective officers. The com pute roster of new officers follows: ii and matron, Mrs. Lena Bolton, Carlsbad, N. M. Grand, patron, John K. Griffith. So corro. Associate grand matron, Mrs. Mae lirowne, Ias Vegas. Associate grand patron, C. D. Ste vens, Ilaton. Grand secretary, Mrs. Minnie Mil ler, Albuquerque. Grand treasurer, .Mrs. Kate Moir, Demiug. , Grand conductress, Mis. Mary Dun can, Denting. Associate giand conductress, Mrs. Minerva Reed. Las Vegas. Grand chaplain, Air. Thomas F. 'De Shon, Gallup. Grand marshal, Ernest Kingsley, Albuquerque. Grand Adah, Miss Edith Kverltt, Albuquerque. Grand Ruth, Mrs. Maud Snook, Ra ton. Grand Esther, Mrs. Rok". Snidon, Raton. Grand Martha. Mrs. Alice Chandler, Albuquerque. Grand Electa, Mrs. Marion Stevens, Raton. Grand warder, Mrs. Susie Hart, Gallup. Grand sentinel, John Holt on, Carls bad. The grand order will hold its next an nun I meeting at Carlsbad, N. M., after the meetings of the Masonic lodges In October. 1907. Last night the annual banquet of tho Eastern Star was held at the Ma sonic temple and there was a large attendance from all over the territory. Diversion features at the banquet were selections by Mrs. De Wolf, a harpist, a mandolin club and contrib uted musical numbers by several of those present. The adjournment of the meeting this morning marked the passing of the most successful annual meeting of the grand order in New Mexico .since its inception. The reportg of 1 Where I Worship I 5 Tomorrow Mews Christian Science at 11 'o'clock Sun day warning at the Woman's club rooms, corner of Fourth street and Gold neniie, In the Commercial Club building. First BaptistCChurch Broadway and Lend avenue. Sunday School at 0:50 a. m., J. A. Hammond superintendent. Public Worship at 11 a. nt. ami 7:30 p. m., with sermons by the pastor, J. W T. McNiel. Voting People's meeting at 0:43 P. m. f Male quartet will sin;; nt the even ing service. Christian Church Corner of Gobi and Broadway. The minister, E. E. Crawford, has returned to the city and will preach Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock. Sunday School" at 10 a. nt. All are cordially Invited. Congregational Church On Broad way, at the east end of tho viaduct. Itev. J. W. Barron pastor. Morning Bervlce at It o'clock. Topic of sermon, "The World For Christ." Special musical selections at this ser- ' vice. Sundav School nt 9:43 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. nt f.:30 p. m. twening service ,at 7:;b. The pas tor will deliver a lecture to mercnants and business men on the Important topic of "Christianity and Commercial ism." Every business man in tho city 1 is cordially Invited to be present. Immaculate Conception Church ' Early mass nt 7 a, m. At 6:4. all Knights of Columbus and candidates will assemble in tho St. Mary's ball. At 7 o'clock they will march to tho church to assist at mass and receive holy communion In a j body. Musical selections by the choir ! during mass. j Sermon by the pastor at 9:30. iow mass. Evening service at 7:30. Rt. Rev. J. n, Pltuval, D.D., Auxill ary Bishop of this diocese, will ad i minister tho sacrament of confirma tion in the Immaculate Conception church Sunday, November 24. All 1 persons wishing to be confirmed I should apply .it once to Rev. A. M. Mandalari. S. J., to be enlisted In the i confirmation class. Jfaaaaaamai aMaMnaMsBMafainnam....,' GEOGRAPHER DOUGLAS GUFFY ARRESTED FOR III ALBUQUERQUE i ALLEGED CRIME AT SELEN WJi!fim Zenz, A. Chauvin, Robert j tho moral stamina to unhold it in O'Heron, Thomas Millet, Bernard , speech and conduct Is a sham and a O'Laughlin,- L. McDongald, J. Hllde faint-hearted craven. To stand in brand, Martin Klopf, Philip Giraldi, , the full light as manly Catholics nn T. M. Dannhy, T. A. O'Brien, J. II. dor all circumstances Is the para Arm! jo, Edw. F. Ryan, M. J. Dtinni- mount aim of the Knights of Colum gan, Ambrosio Candalarlo. J. R. Cook, bus as an organization, and while M. P. Gorman and Joseph Bollegos. . ! members of other Christian bodies A sumptuous banquet compliment- may 'differ from tnem In belief they ary to ill the knights nnd candidates will j:t have their earnest approval will take place in the Elks' banquet j for tit" attitude which they them hall at 8 p. m. The festal hall will ; selves feel Is essential to the propa be beautifully pud appropriate- dec-! gat Ion of any worthy cause, orated. A ! val orchestra will dis- The Albuquerque council has mem course sweet music while the knights , hers in Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Gallup, are being bountifully regaled . by a : Winslow and other smaller places. It capable staff of colored waiters. The is one of the pioneer couticils of the banquet committee consists ot j southwest, being formed previous to Messrs. J. A. Johnson, .1. W. Prestel, the El Paso and Bisbee councils of M. S. Tierney. J. S. Heaven. V. Co- ; the order. meau and T. F Blnkert Past festiv- j Its present flourishing condition is itles of the local council have been due to the Individual activity and en noted for their excellence, both as to j thuslasm of members, who In their service and condiments, and the ap- 1 turn have inherited their enthusiasm proachtng banquet will not be Hllowed . from the inspiration of the aires and to take a second place to any of its I ceremonies of 4he association. The predecessors. j present initiation is but one of the Thorough and diligent preparation j special occasions manifesting their for this year's initiation exercises has ; onward progress. POLITICAL POINTERS so far failed to register, that the time for registration is passed. This is a mistake; hand In your nahies during next week at the registration places, or, lietter still, give them to some good republican, and he will see that they are properly entered upon t he-books. A political dance will be given in the old town society hall, under the auspices of the Ramirez orcehstra tonight. There will be no admission charge. Hon. E. A. Miera of Sanduval coun- Next Tuesday evening, in this city, i ty, who was here yesterday, left Inst at the Elks' theater. Candidate I. ar- night for Santa Fe. Mr. Miera was razolo. of the democratic party, will ! named by a majority of the delegates address the people. Ho appears In old i from Santa Fe and Sandoval counties, town Monday night and in Bernalillo j who attended the Las Vegas eonven Mondsjr afternoon. " tion, as the republican party's candl- j date for territorial council for the dts W. G. Sargent, the territorial and I trict composed of the counties of San- itor for the past four years, has been ' ta Fe and Sandoval, under the reap nominated by the republicans of Kio portionntent proclamation, and be Arriba and San Juan counties as the says he is in the race, regardless of candidates for territorial council, lie I the report that T. B. Catron ii claim ant b elected by a big majority. : ing that he is the candidate for coun- ' cil. Hon. A. A. Jones, chairman of the1 democratic territorial central com mittee, was a passenger last niglit for ltaton. where today the democrats of Colfax county are holding their coun ty convention. He will make a speech at Baton tonight, and return O. X. Marruu, ilie big single-handed boss of the democratic party of this city anil county, together with Can didates Sigfrled Grunsfeld. Jesus Ro mero and Perfecto Armijo. of the peoples party, have returned to the to Albuquerque tomorrow nigli', meet- city after an electioneering trio to lag ('audi. bit,. Laiiazulo here Monday ! the mountain precincts. "1 am ami Tuesday of next week. i afraid." said Sigfrled. "that my trip to the mountains made votes for my Hon. G. w. Pr chard oi l.ii:' -olu , opponent, but it is too late now to county, wlio was at Santa Fe jester- i ma ke amends. 'Boss' M.'inni ought day, ane in last night an I accom- i to have kept me at home, but be in panied IVIega-" Andrews and Hon. H. sisted and 1 went to ke--; their cotn . Marstim W, l.as Cruc.-s. The re- i pauy and to do the talking. 1 must publicans of Dona Ana e: iiutv are I be elected, because this constant of hobling their convention today nt Las! flee seeking Is trying on tny nerves, ('races, and the three gent lemen and I fear I will collapse if the voters named will address the convention lo- ' ivtuse to make me the eoiin y asses night. They will return to Albuqiier- j sor." que Monday morning. Col. Borradaile. of the registration board of Precinct JH, is today point ing with pt'ide to a small sig.i in one of the front windows of bis store, an INSPECTOR O'LEARY CAPTURFS A SYRIAN Michael Burket, a Syrian, who m August of this year attempted to en ter the t'nited States from old Mex- part today tneir nonies. Mrs. Minnie Miller, the retiring grand matron, has established new chaptera at Tucumearl, Gallup, Ha german,' Artesla and Santa Fe. She was chosen grand secretary yester day afternoon for the current year. A feature of the close of the meet ings was a noon luncheon "at the Al varado today given by , Mrs. O. S. Warren of Silver City In honor of Mrs. Lena Bolton, the newly elected grand matron, and Mrs. Minnie Mill er, the retiring officer. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS T. C. De Shou arrived here from Gallup yesterday. There was a parlor meeting of the W. C. T. U. this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Harwood home. The Catholic Indies' Aid society will give their tea at the residence of Mrs. U A. Tessler, 10B North Edith street, Tuesday, from 2:30 to 6:00 p. ni. Every one cordially invited. Richard Powers, who visited his brothers at El Paso, returned to the city this morning. Accompanied by Mrs. Powers he will leave one day next week for his home in Washing ton, D. C, w here he holds a good po sition In the government printing of fice. Jerome J. Crowley and Henry J. Lynch, of Chicago, prominent mem ber of the order of Knights of Co lumbus, arrived in the city on the limited today and will take part in the local Knights of Columbus doings at Elks' theater tomorrow. The gen tlemen were introduced to The Even ing Citizen represent at ivo this morn ing by O. N. Marron, a prominent member of the local lodge. Mr. Crow ley is the district deputy. MIfs Iy. sister of Mrs. W. B. Chil ders und Mrs. J. E. Elder, left this morning for her home at Richmond, Va. Miss lay had been here visiting the past few months. The management of the electric light company, who have been at their wits' end for the last few days In an effort to supply the city with light and power, are hoping that the present conditions will end with Mon day. Yesterday the serious inconven ience continued. The Tract ion com pany cars were tied up for several hours and the various power urig concerns were greatly crippled. At the office of The Evening Citizen the circuit carying the motor which runs the big presses was cut o.it jus; at the hour of going to press and re mained off for several hours, and dur ing the evening the limited supply for the lightiig circuit caused a total suspension of night work ;tt this of fice. The light company is facing c serious condition of affairs as a re sult of the accident at their power house, und the hoped-for relief of Monday will be a welcome one If It nint'i;a!izes. . E. M. Douglas, geographer in charge of the western division of to pography of the United States geo logical survey, arrived at the Alvara' do last night and will leave tomorrow morning for one of the scenes of his present operation at. Galllnas, N. M. Mr. Douglas came In from Flngstaff last night after having traveled con stantly in California and Arizona since last July. "We have several matters of importance on hand in this vicinity at present," Bnld he, to a Cit izen reporter today. "Those nearest here are the surveying and mapping of one thousand square miles of ter ritory In the vicinity of the proposed forest reserve near Galllnas and Cuba, and the gaining of control over the country as far west as Farming ton and as far north as Durango, Colo. This latter work is for the purpose of developing the coal possibilities of the territory. We have thr-e separate parties at present in the field, one of which Is in charge of H.; JV Baldwin, who In tho late fall or early winter will come to Albuquerque for the purpose of establishing here a merid ian mark." Last year Mr. Douglas was Iff charge of the mapping of the Salton sink country, as a result of which the government Is now in possession of its most reliable chart of thi.t locality. Though he registers from Washlng- ton, D. C, he is a native of New York state and hopes about th.10th of next month to so arrange his affairs that he may Join the Thanksgiving party In the homeland. Dan Guffy, a former r .1 ' imitn in the Santa Fe yards lierv .:s arrest ed this morning following ti.e receipt of a telegram from Bole,: which al leges he is wanted there for obtain ing goods under false pretenses from the John Becker company of Belen. Guffy was lodged In the city Jail pend ing the arrival here of Sheriff Baca of Valencia county, or a deputy, with a warrant for him. USERS OF Our Lights Ak for JAFFA'S KRACK KREAM BREAD and taka no other. A big line of unredeemed overcoats for sale cheap at Roeenfleld's, 118 West Railroad avenue. f Gave us the Glad Hand TODAY Ivjany Users of ELECTRIC LIGHTS RICKED GET ON THE SAFE SIDE and see ' MITCHNER 212 South Second St. J. F- RALMER Hay, Grain, Groceries and Fresh Meats, PRUSSIAN POULTRY AND STOCK FOODS, FRUITS AND VEGE TABLES. ORDERS TAKEN AND DELIVERED. 601 North First Street.. Both Phones. Pl uounclng the place as the scene of ico through Kl Paso, and who upon registration, ami also to a cnaiK sign, examination there was fouod to be a so different from that indistinct li'nek sufferer from trachoma, and who was sign of a few days agf.. on Hi.- s de- theiefoie deported, made a second walk, announcing the same li.cts. In attempt to enfr the country, this the interest of the voters The t-'veii- time surreptitiously. The attempt, ing Citizen finally brought forth these however, proved unsuccessful, owing signs. to Hie Ogilance of lniu-d States In spector J. J. O'I.eary. who this morn Tbe registration books f Preeiticts ing discovered the smuggler on train 1-' and iti, the two city precincts, No. 2' from Kl Paso. Utilise! us a were opened this morning at the re- consequence is now lodged In the u1at ration places Kuppe'g store on county jail, where he awaits the ac Hailroad avenue and Borradaile'b tiun of the I'nited States authorities store on Gold avenue. There is some : having such matters tinder their apprehension, among those who have charge. r Ji 7 Unprecedented (Q 3 BARGAINS Saturday Night, 7 to 9 rr.:JV.r-' nj i If ON B.'5tern.pr Exclusive Designs, Finest Workmanship, Durable Fin ishes, Beautiful Woods for BED ROOMS, DINING ROOMS, PARLORS, HALLS, LIBRARIES and DENS AT REASONABLE PRICES OUR RJQ DEPARTMENT i a revelation to those who visit It, because of the great variety of Domestic Rug from the beet ljom. E$2RLS2g52gZA ALBERT FABER 308-310 Railroad Avenue . . . . Staab Building 1 1 JO ottsehold Goo OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Cp3 FURNITURE, CROCKERY STOVES AND RANGES BORRADAILE & GO. 117 Gold Avenue Don't Dispute with a Woman, ' Especially, if he tells you to ordr a ck of EMPRESS FLOUR. Make no excuta, (it you should te get the order), that you could , a4 nod It, for every flrst-claaa rroeo handles EMPRESS. .Ton ttUI Jwmre And good bread, good blaculta, coo paeiry and most Important ot aJi good cheer to greet you when yva come home for your dinner. Try It EMPRESS FLOUR la the Empreee at all others. 1VL BERGER, ' Wholesale Agent. Albuquerque, N. M. 0C0JK0Oe0 FRENCH BAKERY 213 WE3T RAILROAD AVE. STEVENS & BOWYER, Proprietors) 1JUTTKR NUT FINE LINE OF BREAD CAKES Better Than Home-Made. Alwaya on Hand. ' ' AH City and Outside Orders Promptly Attended to .) o ocoaooeox O---0- Convenience - Comfort - Security The telephone makes tha duties lighter, tha earea less, and tha worries fewer. Ths telephone preserves your health, prolongs your life and protecta your home. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. .1 4. r- -"r-i! ''''Ii 4., , Two Hours of Profitable Buying at the Store that Never Disappoints. 14 Money Saving Opportunities Gunt Them NEW LAND OFFICE CLERK. Guy Turley has entered upon his duties us a clerk at the federal hind office in Santa Ke. His apKin incut as assistant vra received t the cap ital yesterday, but it dates back to October 1(, the time cf bis appoint ment. Mr. Turley U mi extra clerk in the la. ni office, the increase in the force being inuie llece.-S'.iiy ev the additional biisine-. TOO LATE FOR CLAC- IPTATION. WANTED A good k!''1 f:r general housework. Mrs. Su'iim1 Neustadt, tl'i West Copper. For Ladies I-;ue or embroidered hand kerchiefs, ti for.: Hemnants of Silk and Satin Kibbons all colors, worth up to 23c yard; special. Jj White Canvas Handbags, silvered frame, worth 4oc - UOo White Canvas Handbags, cloth covered frame, $!. values 50 Children's He:iikln Caps, ll.oo and $l--! values, siixhtly soiled each 2," I. alies' patent leather vamp kid top Shoes, a regular '-' shoe, for ) Uir a, i, ofic Novelty Mesh Veilings; s:ieeial ' 25 For Men linen finish, hemmed handkerchiefs, 3 for.... 25 Fleeced and elustic kni. Cnderwear, 7.r.e and $1. grades 0O Stiff bosom colored laiir- di red SMi ts, a $1 vain ,"0 It, pillar :'.i-cent fancy I! iery. the pair liC Fleet e. I rUtiuelt'lte Ni; Hobes, ll.tiii fpiality. "fC $:t o i and !.'.u call Shi countess style, with t i hi- pair Li J)S (io.id. sllolin, dependable, t last ie Suspenders, pair I Flaming Grocery arid Cafe 1 REGULAR DINNER 25 CENTS Short Orders and Lunches Served from 6 a. m. to 12 Midnight Irish Stew and Chili Concarne Always Ready to Servo Topham's Celebrated Soda Water On Ice 31 1 SOUTH FIRST STREET U Vet Rooming Bouse is Connection, 113 West Lcid Avenue J. H. O'RIELLY & CO. qa--' LEADING DRUGGISTS ik Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received. BOTH PHONES ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. oaooao The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r. 1 i 20 West Railroad Avenue 00000Orj Finest Whiskies ; Wines, Brandies. Etc. J SAMRLtC AND CLUB ROOMS aaooaKa)CCCK0 C o v v e c t Commeroi P v i ii 1 i i - T h e CITIZEN JOB Room Lmttmr Hmmdm aTnveopa Net H0md Rrogrmma I Vtatton .... St; : In othm, (.wi. w tmrm . vryt ttlmg o prlntmr kmow daw to d .... ,,5'- 0 tc t cc t occo?l