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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MoM.AY. M Y l. I no?. PAOR BACCALAUREATE THE RIO GRANDE SERMON GIVEN SUNDAY Class of 1907 Listens to Ad dress by Rev. Hugh A. Cooper. Surrounded by an audience which completely filled the first floor of the Elk' opera houe, the faculty anil rtudents of the University of New Mexico began their week's program of commencement exercises by listening to a baccalaureate sermon delivered by Rev. Hugh, A. Cooper, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. The vent was screeluled to begin nt 3 p m., but Ions before than hour the In terest of the people of Albuquerqu? In the institution which Is their pride was evidenced In the long lines of people who were seen making their way toward the place of meeting. Once inside the building the visitors were taken In hand by members of the student body, detailed for the pur pose and promptly seated, space near the front being reserved for members of the faculty and of the class of 1S07. The following students acted as -ushers: Kalph Tascher, Kirk Kryan. Krrett Van Cleave, Allan Kellar. Hugh Bryan and Charles Lenibke. Clad In mortarboard and gown, the sombre habiliments of the collegian. their presence lent that dignity and charm to the occasion which from time Im memorial has surrounded the closing scenes of each succeeding year of unl vemity life. Shortly After the appointed hour President W. G. Tight, accompanied by Rev. Hugh A. Cooper, appeared upon the platform and occupied seats to the right of the audience, and the members of the Presbyterian choir entering from the left, occupied seats provided for them directly opposite Soon afterward Organist F. W Pchwentker, also of the Presbyterian church, assumed his place at the piano and the exercises began with the singing toy the choir of the anthem, "Kyrie," by Mozart. This was followed with a prayer by Rev. Cooper, and the reading John I. Ij 28, and Luke vil. 24-36 by President Tight. Mrs. H. C. Collins followed the scripture lesson with a most beau tiful solo, entitled, "Callest Thou Thus. O. Master." by Mletzke. Too much cannot be said of this feature of the programa, which was rendered In Mrs. Collins' most Impressive man ner and which was greatly enjoyed by all present. The theme of the sermon, which immediately succeeded Mrs. Collins' solo, was "A Type of True Greatness." and the text chosen- was Luke 1, la the words of which are: "He shall be great In the sight of the Lord Throughout the discourse the speaker held up the character of John the Baptist as a true type of greatness He dwelt upon the Importance of an early selection of a proper standard of character for those who were abou to go forth Into the activities of life and maintained that without this choice the career must of necessity by a failure In the sight of God, whether Its success In material lines should meet the world standard or ' not. He plead for the adoption of the simple combined with the strenuous life on the part of his hearers, and cited many examples as illustrations f the kind of success that was really worth while. On the whole Mr Cooper's sermon was a most able as it was a most useful address, and it ! not too much to say that It will long be remembered not only for Its many trite phases, but also for the sound advice It contained. The exercises closed with the singing of the "L'nl versity Hymn" by the audience, and the benediction. During the service the graduating class occupied seats In the parquet Immediately In front of the platform They are as follows: Officers Isobel O. Xiven, president; Kate Cunningham, vice president; Rose Harsch. secretary and treasurer Class roll. Isobel O. Xiven. Rose M Harsch, Katherlne C. Cunningham, Vida Pinney, Iola Stowell, Nellie Nash, Anita M. Jasper, Margaret Kel eher, Olive Zelner. In order to make the front park of the Alvarado hotel appear more at tractive, Manager Pellow had the electric fountain repaired and put In first class condition last week, and Saturday night. Just before the Shrln era' banquet opened, the fountain wa playlng a musical tune of siiatterinit watter beautifully. The fountain to be kept going all summer, and It is possible that lights will be put around the fountain In the court. Manager Pellow said Sunday that several hun dred gold fish were to be placed in the pool formed about the court fountain. My Ilet Friend. Alexander Benton who lives Rural Route J, Fort Edward. N. says: "Dr. King's New Discovery i my best earthly friend. It cured :ne of asthma six years ago. It has al-o performed a wonderful cure of in cipient consumption for my son's wife. The first bottle ended the ter rible cough, and this accomplished, the other symptoms left one by one, until she was perfectly well. Dr. King's Ntw Discovery power over coughs and colds is simply marvel ous.'' No other remedy has ever quailed it. Fully guaranteed by all druggists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bot tle free. we oo u rignt. uoiUII DRY. Ira- TV kfe r, : - .' Jf Vws, If -V Frpp Phonographs T?r ft 118 feouth 7 IS RESTLESS A Rose Two Feet Yesterday- Barelas Bridge Disabled Dykes Going Up. The Rio Grande Is restless again. A boat Is needed to traverse the IlHrelas bridge road. Yesterday the water In the stream had risen two feet, but this morning It went down eight inches. one post In the Harehis bridge was washed away, but the bridge as a whole Is In no special danger at preS' ent. The bridge Is being repaired. Said Alfred Grunsfeld, chairman of the county commissioners, when In tervlewed on the subject: "Naturally there is some anxiety felt regarding the Rio Grande ut this time of the year, but as far as I know the people nave nothing to fear. It Is not likely that there will be much of an over flow this year. We have a force of men making what repairs are neces sary i ri the dykes and Pitt Ross, the county surveyor, is himself at Ala meda superintending some construc tion work there. Kverything possible will be done to safeguard the city." H. J. Collins, the assistant of Pitt Floss and deputy county surveyor of Sandoval county, said In effect that a number of dams were being con structed a mile anil a half above Ala meda under the direction of Pitt Ross vho was on the spot. These dams are to turn the water from channels which were originally acequlas. With the main channel of the river stralghened at this point the water can be confined more readily to Its natural course and the danger of a damaging floods averted. The dykes In this vicinity are also being re-en forced and made higher. One thous- and and seventy-three feet of new dam work Is under construction. This work comprises four different sec tions. Several wing dams are also being built fallen trees, wired to the bank to prevent floating objects knocking against the banks and weakening them. Wired brush Is used in the construction and the dykes. The dams will all be reared to high water mark. A few years ago the water broke through the dykes and In addition to doing some damage to farming lands, undermined the tracks of the Santa Fe road. For tiflcatlons again a recurrence of this are now being made. At present there Is sufficient money appropriated to take care of the dykes, but should any new Unfleul ties arise, there Is apt to be a short age, and another special levy may then be necessary. The recent heavy snows in the mountains to the north and the fre quent rains of late have caused the tributaries of the Rio Grande to empty large amounts of water Into the river. This and the warm weath er which Is sure to come In the near future and melt the mountain snows have combined to put the valley peo ple on the uneasy seat. An unusual rise may be expected at any time and too great preparation cannot be made for a flood. JUDGE CRAIG GIVES TWO HOBOS 30 DAYS IN EIVE MINUTES "You're charged with being va grants; how do you plead, guilty or not guilty." announced Police Judge Craig this morning to Robert Thomp son and John Wood, two men ar retted last night by Special officer Eaton, who found them loating around me sanlu he freight yards. "Well, I don't know; 1 guess I'm guilty, stid '1 hoinpson. $15 or fifteen days," answered the court. "I'm guilty, if he Is," spoke up wood, who Kept his head down on his breast, shamefacedly. "You gt the same dose," contin ued the court. "Take 'em away. Joe." spoke up Chief McMillin to officer Salazar, who acts as court officer. This was what happened to two ho bos in police court this morning in Just live minutes. AT THE LAST NIGHT For something l ew ill the moving picture line flit- Diorama ut tile Casino K will worth seeing. Last night an enthusiastic audience viewed the ex hibition afforded by Professor Brad shaw with his modern moving pic ture aparatus. The "Trip around the world'' representing a detective chas ing a criminal from country to coun try held the spectators in a state of excited curiosity and also gave glimpses of unfamiliar scenes the world over. The pictures are the most excelk-nt of their kind and the program proceeds without a hitch. The professor is here from a tour of the republic of Mexico and will ex hibit his novelties every evening for the remainder or the week. The il I lustrated Kings also are admirably sung ami e:.i;v-nc-'i iy colored rto : ure. M.hribc for J lie Citizen unci get J iid Mrfel fc'A9 fr-7? 6i-'tJ. LAS CRUCES IS ALE HOSTESS Albuquerque Knlghtsof Colum bus Returned This Morning With Joyful Tidings. The thirty-two members of the local Knights of Columbus lodge, who went to Las Cruces early Sunday morning to assist In the Institution of the Rishop Granjon council. No. 1226, of Las Cruces, returned home this morning with the exception of a few, who remained In Las Cruces to visit friends or went to El Paso. Said P. F. McCanna of the local council: "We arrived In Las Cruces at o'clock yesterday morning and were met at the train by a concourse of Las Cruces people and 105 mem bers of the order from Kl Paso. The Las Cruces band was nt the station and gave us a welcome also. Then the entire body proceeded to the Catholic church and attended a pon tlflclal high mass celebrated by Hishop Granjon, after whom the new- council Is named. Monseignor Fow ler, of Sioux City, preached an elevat Ing sermon, which we all enjoyed. Iater In the clay the new council was Instituted. The degree work lasted until 8 o'clock In the evening. After that a splendid banquet was served by the ladies of the Las Cruces at the convent. This banquet called forth the praise of all attending and the ladles of Ias Cruces are to be highly complimented upon their excellent taste both In the matter of the menu and the table and dining room deco rations. In fact, the most pleasing feature of the banquet was the ladies themselves the wives and daughters of the new council members for the most part. The grace and attractive ness of the service and -the genial air of hospitality added greatly to the enjoyment of the occasion. MEM'. Bullion Olives Pickles Turkey Mashed Potatoes Green Peas Chicken Salad Cake Wine Jelly Whipped Cream Coffee Cigars The menu card was an artistic novelty. It had light leather covers with a burnt leather design on the front. Toast Master, M. C. O'Hara. Address of Welcome Mark B Thompson. Response J. M. Nealon. grand knight of the El Paso council. "Knighthood and Citizenship," O, N. Marron, of Albuquerque, territor ial deputy of New Mexico. "The Knight and the Church,' Juda F. Buchanan. "Influence and Development of New Councils," E. V. Perrien, past term orial deputy, east Texas. ItrlcN by the Knlulis. The new council at Las Oruef starts with forty-eight charter mem bers. The Albuquerque Knights of Co lumbus, who attended the institution services at Las Cruces are: O. N. Marron. E. G. Seheele. M. P. Kelly T. F. Keleher, Jr., Warden R. Arch er, Will Beaven, Wallenhorst ; I. F. Met anna, Martin Ryan. J. W. Prestel, Roy Hnnnon. H. S.- Knight, P. O. Grady. P. MoShane, J. W. Skees. Tom Millet, R. P. Hall. Bernard o'Laugh- lin. L. T. Oelaney. Mr. Binchert. R W. Asland. George Partridge, Joe Brennan,. Sam Powers. Jas. Boyce Thomas Springer, Chas. Fink, P. J. Ward. J. Powers. I). A. Sulller. Burton Donnelly, F. Geraldl and J. L. Law- ler. "The officers and members of the El Paso council, headed by J. M Nealon," continued Mr. McCanna, "rendered every assistance to the de gree team of this city and the knights returned feeling under obligation to the El Paso council. "The Albuquerque council will at tend the initiation to be held In El Paso next Sunday, May 12th. After the services on that clay will be held the meeting of the Texas state coun cil. It Is expected that representa tives from every council in Texas will be present. El I'aso is making great preparations for the event." ISLETAS ARE HOT AFTER THE COIN GOT 0l It LOOKING INTO MIR ICOIIH 'I W KN TV MvllS AGO ON E ON THE TEN ll It I M T. s A Santa Fe passenger. evl- A dently trom the far east, during the time the train stopped at Albuquerque today, strolled up and down the station platform viewing with superior curiosity the sivhts within range id' his eye glasses. He paused before one of the l-leta squaw vendors of Indian curios and palnstak- ingly inspected her stoc k. By the expression on his face it would seem that lie was com- paring the crude pottery of the Indians with the delicate crerf- tions of Dresden or the match- less ware of Sevres. However, 4 that may be he picked up one piece and inquiic-d the cost. "Twenty-five cents.'' meekly t answered the representative of the fast disappearing noble red race. 4 "Twenty-live cents for that worthless object!)" t.i-ix-i the stranger, "How ridiculous: '1 hereupon he once more paced 4 back and forth u.--n th.- plat- form. Suddenly a light appear- d to dawn upon linn. He took from his pocket a small round mirror, such as is often given away us an adiertisi-ment, and again appi oac-lo-d Hi.- Indian unman, "See thN' See this pretty glass. I will give you this for your little misshapen bowl! Will you do it';" The squaw grinned and be-all talking in her native tongtn: to several others of her race near at hand. The easterner was Ig- nored, but not non-pulsed. "Don't you undvi staricl" he persisted, "I will give you this pretty looking 1 1 ii .-s for your c rude dNh." The Indian woman called to an Indian youth of about six- teen year of age wik was near and spoke to him. The youth turned to the easterner and said in faultle. s English, such as they teach ut Carlisle, "My dear sir, we got over that m.u of thing c cun now . "Automobiles are usually built to haul people about, not for people, to push them," mused a man on a street car Saturday afternoon. What caus ed him to mutter the above remark was the picture of live men puuhing a large Lulling car up Wet Railroad avenue. After ju-hi;ig the car som distance it was able to run of its own accord, and the pushers climbed aboard and in a second they were lacing out the avenue. " ME Boys and Girls of Immaculate Conception Church Re ceived First Communion. SERVICES SIMPLE BUT PRETTY AND IMPRESSIVE The Church of the Immaculate Conception was filled with proud par ents and Interested friends yesterday morning at 7 o'clock mass, when the pastor. Rev. Father A. M. Mandalarl, administered the sacrament of first holy communion to a large class of children. It was a pretty and an impressive sight. The girls wore white dresses. with veils and flowers of white. The boys were dressed scrupulously in neat Mack sult.s, with white collars The pews In w hich the little first com municants were seated had been re served for them In the fore part of the church Hiid they were designated by streamers of white ribbons The communion rail was also draped In white, caught up here and there with sprays of flowers and greens. The high altar and the sldd altars were also plainly but effectively decorated, white flowers being the predominating feHture. Promptly at 1 o'clock the children entered the church, marching two by two, while the choir sang "Come, Jesus, Come to Me. The sodalities followed the children and with members of the congrega tion occupied the seats back of th? little communicants. They also re ceived communion with the parents and rrlends or the children. Before taking their pews, the chil dren placed lighted candles upon the side altars. The celebration of solemn high mass then began, Rev. Father Mandalarl officiating. Following the gospel, the reverend father delivered a short sermon sole ly to the children about to receive fo,- the first time the most sacred sacra ment of their faith, it was a beauti fully worded exhortation and every sentence was filled with deep feel ing. The children then approached the communion rail, with folded hands and downcast eyes and made the first communion of their lives. Following the mass a reception to the children was held In SL Mary's hall, followed by a breakfast. The following are the children who jnade their first communion: Sister Natalia, moderator; Sister Reglna, choir mistress. Boys Louis Armtjo, Henry Auge Chaster Bebber, Charles Boatrlght Andrew Bruno, Charles Bruno. Arthur LaDriere. Joseph Lehrrnan, William Kieke, Henry Loebs. Ray Lobs, Roy Iebs, James McCaffrey, Patrick Me Caffrey, Joseph McCanna, Italo Morelll. Joseph O'Reilly, Arley Perce- tleld, Michael Perea, Philip Sarracino, Joseph Schwartzman, Louis Schwartz man. Richard White. Earl Wleneke. Girls Sofie Baca, Margaret Beck Madge Calvert. Virginia Carr, Mary Coleman, Elizabeth Colllster, Char lotte Cowies, Agnes Donohue. Rosa Una Ksplnosa, Lorette Fortenbaoher Mary Goodln, Barbara Harris, Eliza belh Johnston. Mamie Kelly. Ethe Kleke, Henrietta Loebs. Marv Mana han, Frances Murphy, Berenice Nead Mary Nicely. Emma Ruppe, Antonla Sandoval, Marie Sandoval. Bertha Thlrlon. Rosalie With A most pleasing feature of the serv ice was the music by the full choir assisted by an orchestra. The mass and the hymns were well rendered the solos being especially good. The choir chose parts for several of th most beautiful masses. The musical program at the morning service wa as follows: "Come. Jesus. Come to Me", .('iiinlr First Communion Class. Kyrle Lejeal Gloria IJeal Credo Iejeal Offertory Lamhilloiu- Sanctus Iieleal Benedicius Weber Agnus Del Weber "Thou For Whom I Have Been Iong Sighing" First Communion Cla Organist Mrs. D. Beauchamp. Directress Mrs. Th. J. Shlnlck. First Violin Prof. Dl Mauro. Second Violin Miss B. Loebs. Flute Mr. J. Evans. Clarinet Mr. A. Cox. In the afternoon the communicants again assembled at the church forthi renewal of the baptismal vows. The afternoon services were as impressive as those of the morning, the following being the program: Hymn First Communion Class Renewal of baptismal vows. Investments with the brown scapu lar. Admission to the prayer. Hymn May Devotions Hymn " Salutaris Hostla'' Choir "Tantum Ergo" . . . . apostleshlp of . . Congregation . . . . Instruction . . Congregation ... Iambllloue Rossi Choir. Benediction of the most blessed sac rament. "God of Might" Congregation CLAY irailGIll I KliS SHU) PKI.I' IN HOPING OVIIT IN .11 AKI'Z YliNTI.It lV COM M MIIV or TWO l i:i:it CON IT T TOY. clay Mi i loimlgill. dinner of many prizes in roping contests, added an other to his, collection of awards h!i lie captured the first prize of Jl'i'i in Saturday's contest at Cow boy's paik In Juarez. M-i ionuitlll tied his steer in 'i? 1-5 seconds. The second prize of t'" was won by Louis Barksdale. whose time was 40 sec onds. A special prize of $10 for the loudest shirt worn at the park was awarded to Jot? Gar. leer. The crowd yesterday was Gardner, 1 T,6 'a ; Dn k Redder, no time; Kelly Phillips, no time.; B.-n pruett. no lime; A. D. Duncan, no time; John Garvin. 1:12 3-1; J W. Mulh-n, no time; Clay Me c Pm nin . !l, 6 1-; 11 i t Parker, no time; J,-.- ejarni-r, 1:30; West Phillips, no lime; I. on Berks dale. 1:4.1 1-2; I.ojls Bark-dale, 4a 1-2; Mike Gre.r. t o time. Today vclll conclude the two steer contest, and the pri s of JOuil and $2 cash and a saddle, will be .iwardiil. Clay Mce ionulgill and liai ksdale are c lo-e in the contest for the first prize In addition to today's loping, bronco busting and steer rid ing will be liiclud-d in the program. The Internationals and White Sox will i. lay this looming at the park at la o'clock. Our ROrGII HUT worn con's havo to be ufcshed over. Imperial Laun dry C-. , Buffalo Punch at Vwin i new fountain. T KERN RACE TO REACH LA JUNTA Secret of Special Train Could Not Be Learned-Designated as "Business." On account of having Important business in Ijt Junta, Colo., which ne cessitated his presence there this af ternoon. Superintendent Kern of the New Mexico division of the Santa Fe, secured a special train this morning and when regular train No. 2 arrived at 10 o'clock, he was forty miles ahead, superintendent Kern, accom panied by Mrs. Kern, came to Albu querque Saturday afternoon to visit friends over Sunday. While standing on the vestibule of his private car, No. 60S, this morn ing, Superintendent Kerns was in formed that No. 2 was several hours late. He exclaimed: "Its Imperative that I am In Ia Junta before dusk. Make up a spe cial train, and I will make the trip ahead of No. 2. A report was received here shortly after train No. 2 left for the east at 10:30 o'clock that the special had passed Lamy literally "eating up the track at a speed estimated at sixty miles an hour. The Kerns special makes the sec ond special train that has been made up in Albuquerque. Several days ago, Judge Chytraus of Chicago, chartered a special train from Gen eral Agent Purely to carry him to his dying wife at Los Angeles. The Chy traus special started from Gallup and even after being detoured over the Southern Pacific at Mojave, it ar rived In lxs Angeles, seven hours ahead of the California Limited. Judge chytraus raced against death and he beat it. Superintendent Kerns is racing for the interests of the rail road and at the speed he traveled from here to Lamy, he should arrive in 1-a Junta, a good five hours ahead of train No. 2. Special rubber tired folding goenrts $2.50 and up. Futrelle Furnitures Co. o ITE'S GOOD. COLO ROOT BEEf AT WALTON'S Dltt'G STORE. v Vann's new fountain for real cold drinks. If you want results in kdTertlslni trr en Evening Cltlien want kd Highland Livery Saddle horses a specialty. Best drivers In the city. Proprietor of "Sadie," the picnic wagon. RAMRROOK BROS. Phone 506. t!2 John Street C. F". Alien Galvanized Iron Cornier, Tin Roof ing, Sliccp-dip Tanks, (ialvnnlzcl Water Tanks, lie and Repair Work. 208 1-2 West Gold Waste Land Wanted In large tracts. Title must be perfect. Addrets, Box ZM, No. Zaklma. Wash. V. S. A 10 per cent. Dividends in the other fellow's pocket on the rent you are paying. A small cash payment and $20.00 a month will buy a 5 room house, with bath. CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO., J. E. ELDER. Armljo Building. The Albuquerque Hatters Hals Cleaned and Blocked In any Stylo Panamax a Sie lialty Clothing steam Cleaned and I'rVMNed. Ex 1 1 rem Orders Attended to Promptly. Corner 3rd St. & Gold Ave. Phone 580. e--ijw----aj-V,yy'",B''vr vrv vfc I X L GROCERY AND- Meat Market 901 South Edith --Phone 40 EVERY WOMAN who keeps house will appre ciate the ejuality and freshness ol the Groceries we are selling to our custo mer More than that, we are making tin' prices the very lowest consistent with honest goods and prompt service. Its a pleasure for us to show our stock and cjuote prices at all times. Fresh Kansas City meats at all times at moderate prices. "Ths Most Comfortable PUc in th House." Vudor PORCH SHADES ALBERT 308-310 Railroad Avenue N". H. ANDRUS The Old Reliable Watchmaker and Jeweler Bring me your watches, clocks and Jewelry for repairs. Watch Inspector A. T. & S. F. R. R. 1 10 West Gold Ave. A Checking Account Puts System Into Your Business WHEN you pay all bills by check, your bufclnetc n recorded accurately. Each Item shows for Itself. There is a cor rect record of all receipts and expenditures in your bank book. For every bill you pay, you get a receipt. Tou have posltlys proof that you paid each obligation. We give the same careful attention to both large and small accounts. YiA? nZVZZZZ:Z3 The Bank of Commerce Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000 OSXDOSX000000000i F. Tomei & Brothers w. r. r. Albuquerque's Leading Tailor.. Choice Line of New Spring Goods on Hand. 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