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page eight. THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL GEO. W. HICKOX & CO. JVdt M ejctco's Leading Jttuelerj (Successors to Mr. H. E. Fox) Having repurchased the stock and good will of Mr. H. E. Fox in the above business we respectfully solicit your patronage. We shall offer for sale, for delivery Feb. 1st, turo Black Walnut Wall Cases and some up-to-date Show Cases to make room for our new furnishings. Call at the StOK and inspect them. The Arch Front South Second Street We Are Shouutn Jfetv Fall Styles I IHs I Carpets, Rugs LOCAL ITEMS OF INTEREST TIIF WEATHER. For the twenty-four hours ending at f o'clock yesterday afternoon: Maximum temperature, SO; mini mum, 25. Forecast. Washington. Jan. 10. New Mexico and Arisona Fair Thursday. Friday rain. Jesus M. Sandoval was In Albuquer- ' ciue on business yesterday. J. H. Moore, of Crystal. N. M . came In on the limited last night. J. O. Sutherland left last night for Callup on u business trip. Coal Oil Inspector Kugeiiio Homero is In the city from Las Vegas. Mr. and Mrs. Will Armatrong have returned to Albuquerque from Uis Ve gas. Mrs. A. B. Dockery I In the city from Fort Wlngate on a visit to friends. M. I. Kelly is .it Winslow and points on business and III I"' away for the r.jgt of the week. Attorney W B. Hunker was hare yesterday from LAI Vegas and will laeve for home this morning. Mrs. F B. Bturge has returned to the city from a few weks' visit with her son U V.. SUirges, who is attend ing college In Loa Angeles Charlea K. Dagenette and v. Miller were Initiated Into the mysteries of Blkdom, at a meeting of that lodge held In this city last night The Ladles of the Eastern Star win hold a social at the resident f Charles Mauaard, Friday evening, Jan uary 1;'. Everybody Invited. Dr. F. C. Simon, of St. I.ouls. a for mer class mate t.f Dr. M. K Wylder. of Albuquerque, was in tin- city last night a short time on his way to Cali fornia. Colonel W M. Qreer and wife left last night for Apache Tejo, when they will visit the cattle ranches of the Vic toria Land and Cattle company. They expect to be away for about t n days ftOflk aland trains No. 4:i and r.t will make the detour over the Santa Fe to HI Paso, owing to another tie up on their lilies near Epris. They will arrive in the city during this af ternoon. The Woman's circle of the Baptist church will give their regular month ly missionary tea this afternoon at I O'clock at the home of Mrs. Alger. ' 124 South Walter street. Stranger welcome. A burning coal car down In the lower yards last evening called out the Santa Ke shops tire department. The lire was extinguished after tic car had been almost entirely de- Htroyed. Charles R. Dagenette. outing agent for the Indian department, left last night for Carlsbad, where he will place a large number of Pueblo and ) other Indians on government irriga tion projects. X. Q. Martin of Km porta, K is., ar rived In the cltf last night and will ) make his home In this city in the fu- ture. Mr. Mat (in Is a clothing siles man and has accepted a position with the K. L. Washburn company. Uegulur convocation of Rio Orando, chapter, No, t. Royal Arch Masons. Thursday evening, January llth at 7:1 JO p. m. Work In the Mark and I'ast Master's degree !v ,,r,l i "1 lie High Priest .! C, Ferger, secretary. Henry Connolly left Albuquerque yesterday morning for Denver where he Is to be Joined In the hidy bonds of wedlock to a Miss Hnndgras of that city Mr. Connolly is a clerk In the Hank of Commerce of this city A. A. Cargan, of Denver, superin tendent of the Western Union Tele graph company, was here last even ing for a few hours' visit with his brother, T. A Oargan.who is manager of the local office nf the Western I n lon company J. E. Haint. of Albuquerque, spent yesterday In the city visiting his fam ily and left last night for the east. Mr. Haint Is Interested In n big copper property at Ulobe. Arlx and went east last night to Duluth and Chicago tn consult other members of the com pany. Albuquerque Lodge No. 570, Brnth erhood of Hallway Trainmen, will give their fourth annual hall at Ho Klks' ballroom In the Opera house building, on the night of Thursday February 22, 19o6 The proceed! of the affair will go to the aid of sick nnd disabled members of the Brother-hood. Miss Jean Hernard has resigned her position as training teacher In the Mil waukee Htate Normal to take charge of the entire prim it', department of the big establishment of Olnn and company In Chicago, publishers of i school books This i Ho largest school book house In the t'nlted Htnt and Miss Bernard'! position Is quite u responsible one. Jack Akers, Of Sunt a Fe, was her last night and left for Hu rango, Mex ico, where he Is interested with a number of others of Hants Fe and New Mexico In a mining enterprise The company I putting In a stamp mill and cyanide plant and xpectx to produce a large nmount of ore during the coming year. Mr. Akers w.nk line S. i.tch collie with him oh his trip Supremo Court. The supreme court continued lis session In Santa Fe yesterday morn ing, convening at 10 o'clock In the chambers In the capítol building. Caee No. 101. entitled the Terri tory of New Mexico. Appellant, vs. Ig nacio Gutierres, appellee, submitted on briefs. Clancy A Prltchard. attor neys for appellant, ami Chaves ft lltirkhart. attorneys for appellee Cese No. ÍG7 to l5. entitled the At las ssurance company et al . plain tiffs In error, vs. the Santa V Met. candle company, defendant In errori Motion to BUbsUtute defendants ror ''y T B. Catron and A. B. ban. assignees. C.ranteU. Court 'hen adjourned until tnornlng at 10 o'clock. ism Bfrr FAILS TO EXONERATE LAS VEGAM NIGHT MARSH l , c iion. However, Will Be Taken m Result f Shooting, Special Lo the Morning Journal. Lis Vegas. N. If., Jan. 10. David V. Davia, the colored newspaper man who was shot yesterday by Officer B n die While resisting arrest, died this : morning An Imiuost was held which failed entirely to exonerate? Cole, though i,t did not lix any blame. It II nol believed that any action will be tak. ii against him, though Ouvls III well connected foe negro, wat ele president of the American Negro t'oi onlsatlon association, correspondent for Hie New York World and the St Louis Post Dispatch, and has wealthy r latlves, Including a wife in St. Louis The World wires that Davis was in its employ. Burglar! at Work. (Prank Oswald'! etdM was entered 1 by burglars last night and revolvers. sratShea, chains and other article: amounting In value to sevi nil hutulrei' dollar! w ere stolen. j 1L , & V i rvi f i- . Art Squares Matting. Linoleum Curtains, Portieres evnd Draperies Also a complete line of BLANKETS PILLOWS COMFORTERS e Our Trices Are the Lotvest ALBERT FABER. GRANT BUILDING. e DOSENT WANT "KNIFE STUCK INTO THE SANTA FE COMPANY" W aido l'i otitis ynins More I axes al Meeting of Equalization Board. Special to the Morning Journal. Santa fe, N. M., Jun. 10. At to day's meeting of the territorial boan ! of equalisation the matter Of an entire change uf the basis of the taxation of j the Santa Ke Hailroad company In New Mexico was again discussed at 1 length, but no action was taken. Judge j Waldo, representing the Ban ta Pi company, is attending the meeting I protest a gains I any raise , or as he ex presses It, having a knife stuck into the company." Those preeén I were: President J, S. Duncan. Las Vegas; secretary. Ven ceslao Jaranillto, Bl Rito; hoani mem -1m s. j a kfahoney, Dentins! J. V Hinkle, Roawell; Alejandro Sandoval, Albuquerque; Martin Lohman, Lak Cruces, ami Robert P, Ervlen, clay ton. Traveling Auditor Charles V. Saf ford. was also in attendance. The Hock Island Hallway Company ; representad by Attorney w, A H wktns, of Ki Paso. Jutfge Waldo said In substance that in- believed lo n uniform a system of railroad taxation as It was possible to make, bul thai the portion of the San ta Ke railway line in New Mexico, south of Albuquerque, could not be considered part of the main line and should not be s,i held. There wore al In ions ito the assessment of other rot is in southern New Mexico, whose main lines ran through that part o the territory and Which roads, in MM parison, have lasa of a tax burden ! th in have the Santa Ke system branches south of Isleta. CARLOAD of NEW FURNITURE JUST IN Alert Steel Ranges STAR FURNITURE CO. 214 Gold Avenue Ramsay's Typewritorium.. Cor. Fourth & Railroad Av With the Woman's Exchange. All kinds of Second-hand Type writers bought, sold, exchanged, rented and repaired, Agents for the Underwood Visible Typewriters.,,. Typewriter Rlbbonl ami Supplies always on hand. : ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE CO l FOURTH STREET AND RAILROAD AVENUE I I The " Universal ' I I Coffee Percolator Makes Perfect Coffee free from the Skss4saa tar A BP FINE CHINA bitter ta,,e cau5ed b? boiling and PLATED WAKt retaining all the delicious aromatic s i 1 fragrance of the Coffee Bean a health- ! SALAD HOWLS íhL'Tn'o ' ed" " CHAFFING DISHES ; CIIOOOCLATK SETS though n, eg,, arc n.ed. FTVE O'CLOCK TEAS CAKE PLATES COFFEEPOTS I BUEAD& HOTTER Xk CHUMB TRAYS I PLATES GWt3 NT CRACKS & PICKS ? SÜOAR8 :f , SLTQARS & CREAMS 1 i r, ,SfH,s'KllS iPf TFAsVoNS I (.BEAMS V f;.,( TABLE. SPOONS OATMEAL DMliJSB ttv -jy M KNIVES & XJH.S ST L-iI-t . CUT OLA88 TEAPOTS kind o( Stove. Xxf-gX Wo nre agents for the P. ,r Umloimm ,K. ywst American Cut CELERY TRAYS Rt. . QUset Many beautiful artí- OLIVE DISHES JÍZt. S3- very reasonable prices WO To taste Coffee made in the "Univer- Ll I sal" and know for the first time what , i Perfect Coffee is like is worth living A N D for. Any one can make Perfect Coffee in the "UNIVERSAL." COAL Üüüüll!! I Al RIIOIIFROIIE HARDWARE CO I I FOURTH STREET AND RAILROAD AVENUE Jj 9. , :. - - " 305 RAILROAD AVENUE ee JOHNS. BEAVEN BOTH PHONES If you phasing examine are Interested In pur 1 typewriter, rail ami our stock. ecn SLas S. RAMSAY, MANAGER Where to Dine Weil SantaFe Restaurant Pudor BaVoy Hotel, cor. First and Sil ver ave., opp. Santa Fe depot. Mea la nt nil Hours. Open Day 'and Xlftlit. Private Dining Rooms, First class Service. Oysters Received Dnlly. Gnuie and Elsh when In season. Bar in Connection. CHARLES E. SVNTAAGG, PROP Gross,Kelly&Co WHOLESALE MERCHANTS Wool. Hides & Pelts 11 Specialty Pedro The news 1 nlRhl th.it Hon iai Inanranec ci Perea Critically ill. ime to Albuquerque int Pedro Perea, terrltor rntnlsloti'T and well id own politician who iniH been con hi to his homo nt Bernalillo by lt1 in for some time past is in orttloal condition. His son. Abel B. Perea, ar rived hurriedly from Santa Fe yester dnv. summoned iy an urK'-nt tele-tram. COAL Cerrillos American Rlock,Gallup .9(1.00 a ton $11.00 11 ton COKE 15.70 ton SAT iRMED in CHURCH. Insane Assassin Radiances , Shots with Pursuers and 1- Wounded, Paris, Jan. 10. The capture of the In ins iHsassin. Le Cleaeh, who has Instituted a new "Fort Chnbrol" In ih" vllUura of Psnmarch, in Brittany, Is 1 xpected to t:ike jilnce very soon. He attended mass on Sunday, sit t in r . 'nit from the rest of the con- tregatton, and armed with his ruh and hati hnt. Later In the day he fired on .1 party of gendarmes, wound! nt on. man sIlKhtly in the hand utld . ' li'u. and was himself shot, presuma bly ly one of the villagers from he hind. He ile, hires that a calf, recently horn In Ma farmyard, is his wife, come down from heaven to comfort Mm under the present persecution. . - . Ralhenj Hate Organisation. Wichita, Kan., Jan. la. A perman ent erKanlzatlon was perfected today I for the punióse of pushitiK allway rate legislation Resolutions wen 1 ail ipted urttliiK congress In give the i railway rate commission power to con trol railroad rates. It was also decid ed to perfect the organization in SVI rv county in the state anil to follow In the footsteps of Wisconsin In securing a slate hill to control corporations, j The meeting was strictly non-partisan find u.is attended hy six hundred dele gales from over the state. Addresses' re made hy S. It Van Sunt, gover nor of Minnesota, I. I. Henroot. Speak- I er of the Wisconsin house of represen tntlves nnd candidate for governor to sttci I L.i Follette: (lovernor Hnch. of Kansas, and J. I Itrlstow, e fi urth assistant postmaster general. A Texas I mu 1 1111:: Houston. Tex., Jan. 10 H. F. H.n -I lis. 11 negro charger) with the ass is-- nntlon of Orao Polk, at Berlnafi mill. Monday nlKht ami who was taken fiom officers last night at La Salle hy a moh. was lynchfd early today at Moscow. Texas. The negro as asked i why he killed Polk, and said at llrst It was an accident. Ijiter he said In 1 killed folk "for fun." McSpadden. the exchange man. 300 rank Itmedwsy. Iced lour hens line cut alfalfa. Vox u HI get more eggs ami nc grain I . W. Ice. nt S. Second. ifi WOOD MUI P.lg Load $2 2.- and $2 "R W.H.HA1&C0 Phones: ld BUtek 2K0 The Power of Cash is (FULL? pWMON- STÍIATRH HY T1IK PRICES AT WHICH YJ V CAN l?l!Y THE BUST THINJIS TO AT AT TIIF. Albuquerque Cash Grocery Company ALIH'QI'ERQI'E LAS VFÍJAS .W.STRONG'S SNS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Whlto and Black Hearse MONUMENTS 201 211 North Second Street The Birdsell Wagon "TIIE WORLD'S BEST" The Big North Rnd store 315 Y. Marhlc At, phones I Colo. Hlk 271. Auto. (123 r-, Betterbeonthe SafeSlde and see us when you want a Plumber,. . 122 W. Slitter AnJe. J. L. Belt Co. The "Prompt Vlumber fFaJttsasmÉigaáMaAÍÉÍM!? Whitney Company Wholesale Distributers for New Mexico and Arizona Write for Wholesale Prices on Plows and Other Farm Implements The Largest Stock West of Kansas City 113 115-117 South First Street 401-403 North First Street ALBUQUERQUE", NEW MEXICO Xe eds .edededeededededede.eeB i LUMBE R. i GREEN TAG SALE Sash, Doors Gla.ss, Cement AMI tlKX PlilTTKOTK H(K)I'1N(3. AlBVQVERQVE LUMBER CO j First Street ZL M&rquette Avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico iSededededessoas.oed tettettttMl If jim need li'uelden a cnnentcr, telcplinnr DIAMONDS When bought right ore n g'Kl Investment. .Our prices are HH. III'. We Invite you to call nml ess mine the benutlful (llarnnnd r I we are offering. Also Watches, Jewelry, Hllvi.rware, etc. Mali orilerx receive prompt attention. CVPDFTT THE LEADING JEWELER L T L.lai-' Railroad Avenue Natsh Electrical Supply Co. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Wiring OÍ all kinds ami repairs on anything electrical promptly ami perfedh 'I'11-'' 1' ixtnrcs of all kinds in stock. Trices riii: and work the bett. Afetttl for Westinghousc ElectriCSl Machines. Give us ti cham e to figure an your work. Office and Store: 506 West Railroad Avenue Automatic Phone 401 OF SUITS AND OVERCOATS Two Vital Reasons Force Us to Make Unequalled Price Reduc tionsCongested Stock and Changes in our Clothing Department TMIK ONLY RF.ASON we can klve for helng over-Blocked Ib the fact that we over-bought for we have had an excellent trade. We Htlll have as complete Btoek of Suits, Overcoats and Trousers as many a store can Bhow at trie DeginiuiiR oi me season goon sizes nun some unes almost unbroken surely a good enough reason for desiring, to get clear of these goods, even al the ridiculously low prices we quote. The other reason we give Is also a weighty on we are going to make Home sweeping changes in our Clothing Department next season. We are not ready Just now to state exactly what we Intend todo, but con Bay that It will be a rather agreeable surprise to the public, and Will result In In creased satisfaction with the service this store vlll give to all tin se who appreciate good Clothing Titer. Tore, K VERY WINTER BU1T ON OHH TAHLRS M I "ST UK SOLI) NOW. We do not propose to be hampered when the time comes to make these changes and a dollar on a suit now is no more to us than I Sims at any other time. So Its to be a wonderful siile of suits. A Sale that stands unequullcd unchallenged In Its supremacy of low prices and unquestioned quality of merchandise. Suits worth up to $12.50 Oreen -Tagged at $ H.I1H Suits worth up to $18.50 (reen-Tngged at $11.00 Suits worth. up to $22.00 On en-Tagged at VI 1.00 Overcnnts worth up to $15.00 Orccn-Tagged al $11.7.-. Overcoats worth up lo 20.(Hi Ore. ii-Tagged at $11.75 Overcoats worth tip to $27.50 Oree n -Tagged at $18.75 SIMOff STEHW, me R. A-Ve. Clothier A